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We liavo pcnoM -coming ia Jure
every day witk so-called Stradiraros
violin1 said a maker of Tjolins is tb
Bowcrv ,,3,hcy are common German
violins wttfe x cojiy of the Stradivarius
I label printel .or patitcd on the inside.
rrcity mn?n every yioiiu, no inaucr oy
whom it ih made. has some such label,
so that Mnsh nowadays do not count
for anything Inexperienced persons
may be fooled by lhcm, but anyone kIio
ku6w anything about violins pays bo
aitention to then).
'I suppoKo, makers pot the label on
because some people like to pretend
they have a valuable violin. A Strad
ivanu violin :. worth anywhere from
$;'.,OJU to 13,000, anil they are not very
plenty. They e-.uu b; told by iheir
shape and by (he kind of varnish on
4lt is unsafe to pay a big price for a
violin until it is passed upon by experts.
I. have known a label to be taken off a
genuine Stradivari;!. and inserted in au
imitation one, for the reason that otic
could be sold on its merit, while the
other needed the label." X. Y. Sun.
A Nyack oorrcspondent writin
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the sitiw Yorx bun says: Ihrec yean
ago Emil Coblens came to this conutry
from Prague and bought a farm in New
Jersey just over the Rockland county
boundary line. A j'car later he sent
across the ocean for a buxom young
country woman in whom his affections
long had centered, met her at Castle
Garden, and married her. His wedding
tour ended at the farm, and he and his
Barbara have since tilled the soil and
sowed and reaped with good profit.
Barbara diUn't seem to enjoy life on
the farm very much, but became more
cheerful three months ago, when she
made the acquaintance of Michael Din
widdie, who owns a fine dairy farm a
few miles west of Coblens1 place. Din
widdie called often on Mis. Coblens.
On Thursday afternoon Coblens went
to the country store to dicker for a
plow, and there met Dinwiddic, who
was just completing a settlement of hi
butter account Coblens says that this
" 'I say, Mr. Dinwiddie, this has
been very bad weather. He said, 'yes;'
and then 'we talked somo more. He
naked me about my wife. I said, 'My
Barbara is well.1 Then he sa'd, sudden
like: 'Emil, Til give you an ox for
Barbara.' I asked him what would Bar
bara do with an ox, and he said: 'I
don't mean that I mean that 3011 give
me Barbara, anil I'll give 'ou an ox. I
laughed and said: Til think about.it1
Then he said: -All right, Mr. Coblens.1 "
Coblens says he looked at the plow
again, and when he had finished the
examination Dinwiddic had gone. He
reached his farm about dusk, and pro
ceeded to his stables, where he noticed
a line brindlc ox contentedly munching
an evening meal. Closer inspection
made it apparent that it was from Din
widdle's dairy farm. One of its horns
was thrust through a paper bag from
the country store. Coblens thought this
strange, and removed the bag, suppos
ing that Dinwiddic was in tho house.
. His surprise was great when ht read on
the paper bag this message written in
Emil, you keep the ox. I) Aim uix.
After recovering from his temporary
daze Coblens hurried to the house. But
it was now deserted by all except the t
cat Coblens jumped into his buggy
and drove to the daily-farm. There
the colored woman who acted as house
keeper for Dinwiddio told him that Din
widdie had not been home since morn
ing. He went back to his farm. Bar
bara's best clothing, some cash, and all
her valuables were gone. It was a clear
case qf elopement or exchange, or both.
"When asked Iwhat ho intended to do,
"Well, Barbara was not much good
and oxen arc. Barbara would not
work and oxen will. It Is a good ox,
and I think 1 keep him anyhow."
It is thought that Dinwiddic and Bar
bara walked to cither the West Shore or
New Jersey and New York railroad,
and that the cars assisted them in their
Dinwiddio's farm yielded him a hand
some income. Ho is a good-looking
?oung native of County Y icklow, Ire
and, and is about 35 years old. Two
men and a boy are with him on the
farm, but he left with them no word as
to his departure.
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The Rev. J. L. Scudder of Minneapolla
k in error when, in trying to prove that
women are more fond of dancing than
men, ke says: "Women will dance with
ach other by the hour, but men never
dance except with women." We hava
seen In a daucing hall in Rome men
dancing with each other by the dozens
of couples in preference to the partner
ship of young women who danced
equally well. This was undoubtedly
evidence of the most undiluted love of
dancing for its action and the rhythm
alone; but we take it that the lovo in
grained in' the human heart for this his
torio exorcise is the same whether ia
or woman. N. Y. Sun.
Jott What They All Say.
Hon. D. D. Haynie, of Salem, III.
says he uses Dr. Bosanko'H cough and
lung syrup in his family with the most
satisfactory results, in all cases of
coughs, colds and croup, and recom
mend it in particular txc the htte ones
Sample bo t'es 5 cents at Henry Cock's
and J. H. Kellogg & Co's,
ActiTa, PuabiDjr and Reliable.
Henry Cook can always be relied
upon to carry in stock the purest and
beat goods, and sastaiu the reputation
of being active, pushing and reliable,
by recommending articles with well es:
tablished merit and such ae are popu
lar. Having tlie agency for the cele
brated Dr. Kiogs new discovery for
contnmption, cohk and coughs, will
ell it Co positive gurante. It will
earely cure any and every affectum of
thitxi, lnags e chest, ahdia order, to
prove oar etas wejMkyou to call and
get a trial bottle free. .
tea JiaiiMH. of Kbit. G
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' Use DfGtroiif imn&red. liver- nilfe
for iwllnw. cons piexi 'n,nimpi.cij: the
fac,Knd bhiousneifr. Xever sickens or
gripes. Only -one for xt dose. Sample
free st-Hetirv Cook -f.iJMl J. H. Jvel-
Cure For Pile -
'ii.iv ar; freqemh pTeceeded by a
ee of weight in :!. liak, loins 'and
lov.'t-r nwrt of tl e a1Mlo:Jen, causing the
patiftit tosupi4bthi' ha aircction of
the kidnejrs or nBij-lihoring organs, At
times, symptom f iiidigesrion arc
pesent. llatolent-y. uneasiness of the
stoma ;):e, esf X nu iyturdike presp
iration, producing a vry disagreeable
itehinir, after pjtuju: w.i fm, is a com
mon attendant. lHi:( bleeding and
itching piles yea.: t once to -the ao
plicjition of Dr.Bo-anko'sPile Kemedy,
which jicts dircotJy upon the parts af
fectcd, alxorbiiib'tlif lermors. allying
the intense itchn:. d eflecting a per
mr.ucut cure. I'ri -c 5 cents. Address
the ,'DiiB sniiko Medicine Co., FiquaO
Sold by Henrv Cook and J. ii. Kellogg
Take No" Chance 8.
when you buy Chamberlain'?Lholic,
Choera" and Daarrhoea .Remedv. It is
positively guaranteed to do all that is
claimed for it. An attack o: bowel
complaint and uriying pains are so
often sudden and danerous that no
one can afford to be without a prompt
and certain remedy. Ask your druggist-
for Chmbfirlian Colic, Cholra
and Diarrhoea Remedy. Manufactured
at Dcs Moines, Iowa, and be sure you
get it. Three sizes. 25 eta., SOcts. and
$1.00 bottles, sold by druggists.
And take Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy. It cures
paih in the stomach almost instantly,
get a 25 cent bottle, take nothing else.
You will need notping else to cure the
worst case of diarhoea, choera mor
bus or bowel domplaint. This medi
cine is made for bowel complaint only,
and has been in constant u?o in the
west for nearly fifteen years. Its suc
cess has been unbounded and its name
become a household word in thousands
of homes. Try it. Sold by druggists.
Bucklen'e Arnica Salve.
, The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, feyer
sore?, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
coruti, and all skin eruptions, and
positively cures piles or no pay re
quired. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Tho Excitement Not over."
The rush at Ferguson fc Co's drug
store still continues on account of per
sons nfllicud with coughs, colds,
asthma, bronchitis, and consumption
to procure a botle of Kemp's Balsam
or tho throat and lungs which is sold
on a guarantee and is giving entire
satisfaction. It is a standard family
remedy. Trice 50c and $1. Trial size
The Impending Danger.
The rescent statistics of the number
of deaths show that a la.ge majority
die with con3umption. This disease
may commence with an appearantly
harmless cough which can be cured
instantly By Kemp's Balsam for the
throat and lungs, which is guaranteed
to cure and relieve all cases. Price 50
cents and $1.00 Trial size free. For
sale bv Ferguson & Co.
Rfjd Clond ud Smith Gs&isr SUge
Line oarries the United State
' mails between Red Cloud
and Smith Center.
GOOD RIG 8
accommodations f r
Philip Barkley, Prop.
We have just burned a kiln
of No, 1 Brick, which is
FOR DELIVERY !
To parties desiring the same. Will
Reasoable Prices !
And also sand at reduced rates. Par
ties desiring to contract will do well
to call on cs before purchasing
as we guarantoe aatisfacto
W. H. Ludlow & Son'
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THE ONLY AUTHORIZED
LIVE STOCK JNgUR-
IN THE STATE.
Insures horses at the age of from .3
to 11 years; mules from 3 to 17 years,
Stallions and Jacks from 3 to 8 years;
and cattle from 2 to 11 against loss
caused by Dhease, Injury Accident, fire,
Lightning or Theft, for riot less than one
or more than two years excepting
steers which are being fatted for the
market, which can be insured for six
Special attention is called to our Fire
and Lightning Insurance, which is
good anywhete in thostafe of Nebras
ka, whereas the liability of loss by
Fire and Lightning ot Fire" Insurance
companies is limited to the premises
of the assured and perhaps a small
radius beyond.' The advantages and
benefits which this company oilers to
farmers ami owners of stock generally
are so plain and apparent that it is
hardly necessary to eall attention to
Reason: Why insure.
Because it is the only Live Stock In
surance companv authorized by tho
laws of this state to do business in this
Because it is a Home Company, or
ganized with home capital; the money
naitl to the company is kept in the
state, and is paid out fur losses to the
citizens ot the state; it all remains in
Because it is a reliable institution,
whose stockholders, directovs and offi
cers, are among the wealthiest and
most prominent business men in the
Because its manner of adjusting and
paying losses are always in harmony
with ttie principals of strict justice
Because you cannot afford to bo
without insurance on your live stock
any more than on your house and barn.
If you are well off you can loose
nothing by insuring if you arc poor
and cannot afford to loose any of your
stock, it would be criminal negligence
not to insure.
Because should vou wish to borrow
rmoney and offer as security your stock
the security will be more ample, and
you can obtain- money more readily,
and at a lower interest, if that stock is
covered by a policy of insurance in
Because we insure stock against death
bv accident, disease or thefl.
Because we insure stock against loss
by tire or lightning.
Because no other insurance com
pany can give you tho same kind of
Because a paid up capital ol $100000
and a constantly increasing surplus
fund renders it safe and solid against
any emergency that may arise.
Because its popularity among farm
ers and stock owners is attested by the
fact that there are now written and in
force over 15,000 policies.
Applications will be received by,
A. J.Tomlinson, Agent.
Red Cloud. Neb.
I THIS PAIL-
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C, Schenck !
Cowles, Webster Co., Neb.
arms and unimproved lands
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DRUGS AND BOOK
School Bo(Dks.andc-School .Sumji-:s, A
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Artists goods, Wall paper, Notions and
Line of Chemicals.
City bakery andRestaur
A. LAUTERBACH PROP.
RED CLOUD, - NEBRA
Ceeva constantly on hand fresh bread, cakes, cigars, tobaccos
TrurcB, conieowoDery, eio. sreac
w ana auiu uum uioaxs oorvea
CLOTHS, CASS1MERES, MELTON, &j
Custom work neatlv
a specialty, prices reasonable.
. New Stand East Side Webster Street.
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In and around Red Clout
THE GATE CI
Of the exeat Republican vallv. "Bni
. homes whfle property is clieap
farm Loans Negotiated. Offloe
Geo. O. Feiser & Co.,
Bed Cloud -
30 OOO acres Land for'. Sale. Improved Farms, unimproved !
(. C. Case.
Case & McNeny,
TTORXKYSAND COUNSELORS AT JJIW
Will practice in all courts ot this state
Collect kMis as well as litij
y ami cfllclentlv atteiule
tea business carcful-
to. Abstracts furnish-
ni on ai-'plicatlua.
OmrK. Over First National
Insurance and real estate bro
ker, Red Cloud, Neb,
Will cry sales in Webster and ad
joining counties. Best reference piven
if required. Also all classes of Jtisks
written in solid corupxnies at lowest
rates. Correspondence solicited.
QEO. 0. AND R. D. YKI5EB,
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Wiktff butj Ibinct Ua.
BED CLOUD. 5EB.
Complete and only set of abstract
books In Webster county.-Graatio? and
farming lands and city property for
Omcx ou JHib Webster Street -
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Fine Office Work, a tipeci a
pas always on ham!. Ofilce
Cloud National is ::!
finest lino ol
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D. B. SPAN
Estate and Insutanco
over Firaf. National Ban!
Mouses, Residences, anc
D v. Kaley.
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