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Protnoted im-cliix til Y. K. ehtttih
C. C. JLioreii is fiulntiuf his Iiuuec. If
you wnnt a lirat-ciui-B job in that line,
givo hint a call.
Tlic wolf hunt tliis week was a failure;
"CO men anil not a singlo wolf in tho
Tho members of tho Amboy Chnrgo
hail a donation and good social time luwt
Wednosday at Rev. Smith's.
Tho joung pooplo of our vicinity en
joyed a social at Mr. Crawford's Monday
Tho members of tho Try society will
havo a social and supper at tho M. E.
parBonngo to-day. A good timo is ox
pected, and don't forgot to bring your
dimes to help tho ladies.
O. A. Harris, formerly of this place, is
with us again for an unlimited timo.
There will bo appropriate exercises for
Easter at tho M. B. church.
Miss Campbell is homo and will soon
be in our city again, giving music les
sons. Wo aro assured sho will havo a
larger class than before.
Cold weather for tho boys and girls to
spoil, but District 48 still holds tho
championship as spollcis.
Tho spelling school held in District 51
was well nttondod but they failed to win
Sloigh riding did not last long but
enough for tho couplo who upsot in tho
Nothing moro about tho wolf hunt but
do not run six miles after a dog and thon
say jou wero after a Rocky Mountain
Chip-monk, ain't that so Billy.
Eans Hanson narrowly escaped shoot
ing himsolf a short timo since, ho was
placing with a shot gun and it was dis
charged tearing away his coat under his
Hunting is tho ordor of tho day. thoy
shoot anything from a snow bird to a
jack rabbit and then tell how many
quails thoy got.
Tho joung mun who wont hunting
last Saturday and was found at 12 A. M.
playing cardB with his sweothcart said
ho only found one dear, and was making
arrangements to bring it home.
Oscar' Lingron was tho champion
spoiler of tho spoiling school hold in
District 51 lust Saturday. Siva.
Dint. No. 1 1.
Everything quiot ot this writing.
Wo aro listening for tho wedding bells.
Thoy will ring in tho sweot by and by.
"Ihoiiglit you would like to boar from
Wo have had a beautiful winter.
Tho young nnd old pooplo havo had a
Bplcndid timo sleighing.
Tho snow is melting and it is all going
in tho grouud and tho prospects never
looked better for a crop. Tho ground
will bo in good Bhapo for spring work.
Farmers never felt better than thoy do
now for spring work.
Tho Nation wants the cream of tho
nows from district No. ll, but has to be
satisfied with tho buttermilk. Tho
Great Family Woekly has had tho
cream for a long timo nnd makes no
boast of it. If jou don't boliovo it and
don't tako it send for a sample copy and
If wo nro not wrongly informed Borne
peoplo will go into a printing olllco and
pick up a paper and rond it and nover
think of subscribing for it. Wo consider
when wo go iuto n printing ofllca and
havo to wait a while on business, it is
all right to pick up a public paper with
out tho editor remarking whethor we
tako it or not. Wo think if it was not
right, tho printer's dovil would soon
havo put his foot dowh, for ho is wittior
than fcomo editors.
It looks as though spring was near.
Wo see winter whoat come shooting up
green in places.
Damu Humor says prospects are good
for land buyers around this spring. No
braska must bo coming to 'tho front or
sho must bo there already, for wo never
saw so many peoplo around hunting
land with tho prospect of buying.
District 41 is to havo a spelling match
the 2d of March. A good timo is expect
ed. Wo hope tho young pooplo wont
let tho little boys spoil thorn down ns
thoy did in tho other district.
Mr. Kel&ey moves on tho Jim Camp
bell placo. Jim is going to tho strip.
Dist. No. 11 is settling up fust. Mr.
Kelso moves oil Uliarloy Potors placo for
two brothers to move- on, who havo
bought it. Tho old district is Bottling
up fast now and coming to Ilia front.
If things aro tariiod out tho way thoy
ought to bo thoro will bo a big change
Wo undoistand tho quarter oast of tho
Harvey boys is bought now but wo havo
not learned tho person's namo. Tho
Harvoy boys aro cut oil from a rango
now. Thoy aro going to fence halt a
Tho overseer of tho town board will
havo to got a move on them It they ac
complish all that is butoio thorn. Sec
tion lines must bo opened, for land is
gutting too valuable hero to huvo a road
uu.os.-i every man's farm. Wo say thu
sooner tho butter and thon peoplo wiU
know which way to truvol.
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It nor only rolitives; it does more, it
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uurt'9, Wi) reier io uno minute juiuu
f1 Cure. Suitable for nil ngo, nil conditio!!:),
at all Units. C. L. Cutting.
;Wt' Cure. Suitable for nil iigou, nil condition,
THE TIED CLOUD
Say, has ppring coniof
Hartmnn and Burden are gotting in
their now goods.
The Snyder and wifo drove over to
Ultio Hill Tut adny.
The implement stock of H. M. Mo
Clme will mrivo this week.
Spruce, Hartiiian nnd Burden received
a carload of Hour this week.
Jacob Shuuk, one of Hluo Hill's busi
ness men was in town Tuesday.
Rev. Shuinnn of Blue Hill spent sov
oral evenings at tho lncotings this week.
Orent good is being wrought by Evan
gelists Billings and Dyresut their meet
ings. F. W. McLaughlin, accompanied by
Mies Addio Snow, drovo to lied Cloud
Tho youthful minds nro busy strug
gling with examinations of tho school
Bo v. Ely of Red Cloud Bpont a fow
days in town attending tho mootings at
tho Congregationnl church.
Evnngolists Billings nnd Byres nro
drawing big crowds to their meetings
hold this weok at tho Congregaional
Rev. Ball, minister nt tho Harmony
school houeo, has boon attending tho
mootings at tho Congregational church
A wedding took place at tho residonco
ot Mr. John McCullum last Thursday
evening, tho brido being his eldest
daughter, Mary. Further particulars
wo could not loam.
Mr. Bibbins with his family moved to
York the foro pnrt ot tho weok. Wo aro
eorry to boo them leave but as they
could not llnd n houso thoy wero
obliged to go. What is our loss is Biirely
Somo of tho young girls who protend
to bo young Indies do not act in a vory
lndyliko manner in their out door sports
on tho school ground. Now we hopo a
word without a prod to tho wiso will bo
Houses are in domand und not to be
had. It would bo n good investment for
boiuo one to build two or three cottages;
thoy could tind good steady ronters.
Who will be tho first to build a hou6 in
Bladen this year.
Tho businoss mon agreed to closo their
etores ot Bovon o'clock Tuosday, Wed
nesday, Thursday and Friday of this
week, on account of tho meetings. This
is a generous act nnd wo hopo they will
be rowarded by tho blessing of God.
We aro glad to learn through Messrs.
Grandstaff and' Franco, that comrade
James Snow, who hnd a surgical oper
ation performed on the eido of his neck
at the hospital in Lincoln, was doing
well and that ho oxpoctcd to bo back in
about two weeks.
Tho idea of a renter gotting pos
session of n piece of land and holding
it year after year and defying thoownors
to got possession wns clearly demon
strated this week that it cannot be dono
in tho Buitof II. C. Hobbs by V. S. Hall
vs. Ira D. Wilburn and othors. Mr.
Hobbs gets tho placo and Mr. Wilburn
R. McCallum returned the lnttor part
of last week from Donison, Iown. whoro
ho hnd gone to purchaso for I. Cowley,
from tho celebrated McIIonry hord of
Polled Angus cnttle, a fourteon months
old bull calf for which he paid 8150. Ho
is a duisy, Mr. Cowley boliovos it pays
to feed good stock as thoy eat no moro
Rev. Huminell hus commenced a
sorics of meetings at Ploasant Daio. A
Steve Cozad was in Lino one day this
John Marsdon went to Inavale ono
day last weok.
Mrs. Joo Jleauchamp was visiting her
friends in Guriiold ono duy lust week,
The prayer mooting at Tuf Eaton's
was largely uttonded.
Nelson and Libby VanDyke aro on
the sick list this weok.
Ernest Boauohamp was on thesick list
ono day this weok.
Mrs. Alma Fogle wub visiting hor
frionds in Gnrflold ono dny last week.
Undo Carl Kuohn is improving after
a sovoro attack ot tho grip.
The farmers aro busy preparing for
Mr. Kont ot Innvalo was tho guest of
Mr. Bcauchump ono duy last weok.
Thoro was a dance at Mr. Holiday's
Mr. and Mrs. Tonnant woro visiting
with Mr. Fogs Monday.
Mr. Cutter and Rev Atwator wero in
our viciuity Tuesday.
Thoro wus a party at Mr. Gurnoy'8
On tho strongth ot tho incroaso in his
family Mr. Donno has purchased him u
Mr. nnd Mrs. Coplen colobrnted thoir
linon wedding on tho 28lh. Quito n num
ber of their friends und neighbors wero
'present and thoy received many nlco
School in district 27, taught by Miss
Mamio Houhoholdur, closed Friday, Feb
ruaiy ii'l,with exercises which woro vory
good. MihS Hoiisoholdcr is an excellent
teacher and is highly roconionded in her
CHIEF, RED CLOUD,
Wo aro having lino woathor again.
Thero was pteaching at pleiu-antgrovo
lust Sunday by the (JuakiMP,
Mis Can in Kldred spent Sunday
with her folks on the White Rock.
Wo enjoyed a pleasant entertainment
nt tho school houte lust Wediiebduy
Miss Lir.it and Millie Slaby aro visit
ing with fi lends thin weok.
Tho llnest thing wcmiw at tho enter
taltiineiit the other nluht was when Tom
went to sleep and foil olT the bonch.
Tho wolf hunt last Friday was a grand
success. Thoy caught throo wolves and
lots of Jack rabbits.
Tho ono last Wednesday was well ut
tonded. No wolves woro in tho ring, but
thoro wero u good many rabbitB and
ovorybody had lots of fun.
Somo of the inembore of tho Amboy
class took dinner with Rev. Smith Thurs
day. All report a good time.
Wo hnvo now neighbors on tho
John Morton farm, but don't know tho
Will Mnnia is building a house on his
land, that's right first tho cngo and then
Mrs. Sarah Blaino will soon move to
Mt. Claro and occupy pnrt of hor own
Allen Vanco and Miss Unn woro tak
ing in tho sights at Rod Cloud, Saturday.
Jas Richardson of Dubois, PnwneoCo.
was visiting his mothor and relatives in
theso pnrtH lust weok.
Ed. Coble ovored loud his gun the dny
ot tho wolf hunt and it kicked breaking
tho stock knocking him down and giving
him a sore lip.
Geo. Barnes went to punch n loaded
sholloutof his gun which struck tho
hammer and oxplodod, nnd blow tho
hammor oil" and Goo. let looso of the ram
rod right quick.
Miss Anna Cockrall closod nnother
vory Biiccossf ul term of school in District
50 luit Friday, bIio has taught a number
ot tonus in that Drstrict and tho longer
sho toadies tho hotter sho is liked,
Tho wolf hunt lust Friday called out
a big crowd, thoy mado two round-ups
killing ono wolf in tho forenoon nnd two
in the afternoon, Sam Brunor had the
honor ot killing tho ono in tho forenoon,
Will Hagan and Will Ogllve tho other
onos in the afteroon.
Jako Moniu had n Bad accident while
propuring to go hunting, ho was trying
to deenp a bruss shell whon it explod
ed und struck him on tho forohoad
knocking him down, ho has been con
lined to his bod over since, tho doctor
bus his scull is cracked,but it is thought
he will Boon be able to get around again.
C. Hunter shipped a car load of hogs
Tho Walker Bros, shipped two cars of
cattlo from hero last Sunday.
Wultor and Al Gurnor returned last
Friduy from thoir trip to KunsaB whero
thoy havo boon for tho past threo weeks.
G. W. Knight und wife roturnod from
Lincoln Friduy night.
Walter and All Gurnor roturned isst
Friday from thoir trip to Kansas whero
thoy havo been for tho past threo wooks.
Nintio Gnrnor was visiting in Red
Cloud Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Ayors nnd wifo wore viciting at
S. E. Wolcott Sunday.
A. A. Holdridgo 1b ublo to be around
Mr. Mussor and family took tho truin
for Oxford whero ho hus churgo of a
largo ranch ubout ton iiiileB from thoro.
Mr. Kont sturtes for Oklukorau in
ubout ten days to get him a piece of
land down thoro.
Thoy had the Hug ilonting ovor tho
school huuso on tho 22nd.
Mr. Cross of Gonova was on our streets
last Saturday. Rubtlek,
Tom Andorson was doing business in
Albort Sorgonsen was vitsiting near
Biudon tho tlrst ot tho weok.
Antono Scdiiok is hauling whoat to
Red Cloud this week.
On Monday a horso fell on Ottu Con
Bon iujurlng him quito soveroly.
Frank Sodllok has purchusod u now
road curt. Nothing liko it is thoro Frank.
Butcher Boan ot Cowlos was doing
somo butchering in our locality Friday.
A. Akors has givon up the idea ot
going to Illinois and will stay whoro ho
Dug Cather of Red Cloud staid ovor
Sunday with Wm Androws.
Win Crabill and A. Akors wero trans
acting biislneBj noar Biudon Tuesday
Orrin Tabor and Evcrrott Bean woro
on tho creek doing butincBB Friday.
Otto Geiibon and family woro visitors
of A. Erickson Sunday.
Harry Michaels Iiub roturnod from near
Minden whero he has beon doing somo
Flavo Grico ot Rod Cloud and Con
Wilson of Otto woro tho guests of Frank
Thu spoiling school last Friduy night
at District (!5 wus well attended, ns thero
wro several districts represented, umong
thorn was Fronchtown Bchool which
caiuu down to carry away tho laurels.
But alas! thoy woro not in it. The pro
gram which Miss Spnuoglo had tuken
much pnins in preparing was vory good.
I. O. You.
NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, MARCIt',2. 1894.
The plcupant weather lias been quite a
profit to tho fanners in this ieinity. If
tho winter had been hard a great many
of tho fanners would have run out of
roughness, but at it is they will huo
plenty of feed for their stoolc during tho
Mr Walter Cov is visiting with his
parontHAMr.ee. Cov, and the young
people aro glad to tee him homo again.
Ho oxpectB to go back to railroading
again to McCook.
Mr. Roo Boner has taken possession of
his new mansion on the hill, and feels
content which is known only to thoeo
who owns n houeo and farm of their
Mr. William Fruzer is going to attend
school nt Red Cloud commencing the
tlrst of March.
Mr. Harvy Cov has been engaged to
teach tho spring term of school nt
Tho Cowlos young peoplo have been
holding skating parties nt tho picnic
gnrdens. Tho ico is poor present und
bus Been hotter dujs, Mr. Ralph Real did
not heed tho old proverb of, "look before
you leap," nnd skated oir of tho Ico into
tho water nnd recioved u cool ducking,
nf tor which ho departed for homo,
Mr. Fred Html wns around visiting
the neighbor boys Sunday.
Mr. John Wilder has hired out to work
for Lotehworth Adiunson thin souson.
Tho art ot duck hunting bcoiiih to bo
in fuBhion now, and tho hunters nro not
few who roam tho wild woods along that
boautiful stream Elm Creek. Tho fann
ers say that all tho art thoro is in it is,
'Thou art in tho way."
Tho dunce at Mr. HollidayB last Fri
duy ovening wub u grand success, as a
largo crowd was present and all enjoyed
n good timo.
Picnic Garden has supplied Cowlos
with ico for tho coining season and
from tho amount that hns been hauled
Cowled should keep cool this Buminor.
Tho family of G. A. L.itta expects to
move back on tho farm the last of
Millard Nelson oxpoctH to attend tho
spring tormot school ut Franklin Acad
emy. Every body is holding their breath,
waiting for the big storm Foster has pre
dicted. For Foster's sake wo hopo thoy
will come, but for our sako wo hopo that
they will como to high for tho poople of
this country to rccoivo a share, us thero
maybo more profit than Iojj.
Mr, Anthony Greon and Mr. Collnhnn
wero in this viciuity last Friday ovoning
thoro home iu noar Bluo Hill,
Our peoplo attended tho lycoum at
Amboy und pronounced it good so much
for littlo Amboy.
From ull probabilities thoro will bo
twonty flvo ncrcs of onions plnntod in
picnic gnrdon und vicinity this yenr, tho
uverago yield of onions for 18911 in this
vicinity wns about 100 bu. to tho acre,
Tho varieties ruisod woro rod woathor
fields red globo;yollowl)enver Early rods
silver skins und sovornl other variotios
of less consequonccs, tho oarly rods rod
globo and rod wenthorflolds provo to bo
tho best. Onion ground is in tho host
poisiblo condition nt presont nnd u good
crop is Iookod for iu 1804. Mr. G. A.
Lntta and W, V. Bonl aro the principal
ouion mon. Onion ground should be
plnntod tho first ot March in rowBUinch
os apart. It is tho best for tho ground
to bo fertilized und plowod tho full bo
foro plunting, tho ground should bo
einoth and not wooded. Ittakos from2?.i
to i pounds ot soed to tho acre, tho onion
ground nhould bo kopt cleun of weeds
from the time ot planting until tho
onions havo matured keep tho ground
Most of tho inhabitants ot this vicinity
attondod tiie oyster supper at Ploasant
Hill last Saturday ovoning, thero was no
lack of music und 1 every ono got to hoar
tho different tones of tho now organ
with ull tho different variations of old
and new pieces, tho sweotest tones otthe
violin intermingled with tho rich tones
ot tho organ. Among tho promlnont
muBicans weroBrubakor Bros. Cox Bros.
Mr. Dot. Saladon, Miss Graco Godwin,
Miss Bcul, and Cliurlio Adamson. Miss
Anna Cockrall had quite a flourishing
trado in hor confectionary stall, there
were many presont who no doubt plajed
tho gumo ituoks for the first und Inst
timo. Somothing over twolvo dollars
was reckoned as the profit of thoovoning.
Every body Beomed to enjoy thombolves
and ull depurted happy. Foouivt.
Every body is enjoying this tine win
Mr. Rutclifl's folks aro all much bettor
than at this timo last week.
Rev. Ball closod his mootings atMaplo
Grove Sunday night und went to Bladen
Mr. (i, Hanson who is vory sick with
tho mumpB is thought to bo some bettor
at this writing.
John An ants has moved on his farm
which ho purchased in this vicinity
early in tho winter.
Mr. Fishburn's mother, who has boon
visiting hoio this wintor, is vory sick.
Mr. Fishburu is also on tho sick list.
D. H. Dillon is having a sovoro timo
with tho mumps.
Mr. Tolandhas beon huullng corn this
Tried nnd Tnio is tho erdloi of peoplo
who tulio Hood's Harfi'ipnrillii. The good
efleotit of thin mediciiib nro oou felt iu
iitrvu Htruugth restored, appetite created
sud henlth given.
Hocd'tt Filla do not weaken, but aid
digestion and tone the Blonuch. Try
Mr. und Mrs. Lew Hummel wns visit
ing Mr. Throckmorton's last Friday.
Mr. Carl (lust Hold his hogs Monday.
I Veil Johnson in to bo seen in tlicno
Tho (lanco at Bill Keuhn's last Tues
day night wns woll attended and nil to
port a good timo.
Tho widow Williamson and O. McCall
ran a race on their road homo from town
hist Saturday. McCall got beat as bad
us thu pop's did last fall. Ai.i'iniinuA
As Mr. Fred Dalton, Is walking behind
the counters in A. J. Hayes store, ho re
quests each und every lady to givo him it
Tho bnll L'iven at tho liiur'n hall Mon.
day evening led by Clark's Orchestra
was u brilliant ntluir.
Mr. J. Moniu north of town whilo pre
paring for hunting, was accidently shot
about. tho heud.iullicting, wounds; which
uiuy piovo fntul.
Tho long anticipated party givon In
honor of Howard Wirt at James Rich's.
last Saturday evening "proved to bo
lino a woBtni lailuro .
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bill aro to leavo for
Oiuahu, to look up n location.
Forty gentleman aro nroimrimr to
glvo mi elaborate reception, to their
ladies, March seventh.
Rev. Seymoro uccompunied by his
mothor, brother and sister, is expected
Mr. Viers, is ugain out, uftor u serious
A fow vacant houses aro airnin seen
ub tho furniorn hnvo roturnod to furms
for spring work.
Mr. Gurbor, wifo und sister in-luw
woro iu uttoudnnco at tho ball Monday
Beautiful woathor is visiting us again,
after tho many snow storms; blockadiug
tho roads, otc. A fow enjoyed a ride iu
This vicinity has boon on tho sick list
but all aro improving.
Born A littlo boomor hns arrived to
cheor the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Karl.
Tommy sajs ho is pupa's boy. This
makes a nice family of nix boys.
Miss Mary Boudroau has returned
homo after an absence of flvo months.
Julia Brule, nged seven, daughter it
Churloy Brule, is quito ill at this writ
ing. Dro. James Elliott called on Mrs. R.G.
Lowiu one dny last week.
A brother ot Rudolph Stroita iu visit
ing him this week.
Mrs. Grubb und Bon Howard wero
transacting business in Rod Cloud last
Miss Tinhle Marker who has boon
vory sick is recovering slowly under tho
skillful caro ot Dr. Dnmcroll of Rod
Mr. Isaac Cowloy ono of tho most en
torprising fnrmois, has shipped in last
weokacnlf fourteen months old, from
lowu, which cost him ubout $175, Mr.
Cowloy boliovos in lino stock.
Mr. E. M. F. Grubb wus mnrk'oting
hogs in Inavalo last Tuosday.
The citizoiiB of our city nro taking
grout interest in tho gentleman who had
his foot frozen recently.
ltobt. Banks, proprietor of tho Banks
house, reports business picking up, and
thinks timos nro to bo bettor from this
on. His registor shows u vast amount
of commercial trado ut present.
B. Banks hue traded his running horso
to Frank Fullor, who will take him to
Smith Centre, Kan. Ho hus proved
himself u vuluublo horse to Mr. Bunks.
Mr3. Win. Schultz'sgrandmothor died
very Bvddenly Sunday ovoning. Funor
nl wus hold ut the houso Monday utter
noon, and the remains will bo tranoforrcd
to Weston, hor old home, for burial. Wo
extend our honrt-folt sympathy.
Our editor, C A. Daggot, was nrrcst
od Monday afternoon for embezzlomont
und tuken to Bloomington for triul.
Olio Burns und Elmer Clotnonts wero
mnrriod in the parlor ot tho Holland
houso ut Rod Cloud Saturday ovening,
Mr Jas Wilson has sailed for parts un
known. Thoro will bo u dunco at tho Hunks
hull noxt Friduy ovoning. MubIc to bo
furnished by tho Witts string bund.
Thu lurgeot chicken in tho country is
owned by L O Tliorno of Franklin. It
weighs 17 pounds in its stocking feet.
J Shcphordaon hu3 just hod a now
roof put on his mill.
w v nun oi ino bingor uo, accom
panied by V W Walters, spout Monday
night in our city. Things have to move
when they uro in town.
, Oi.n Know NoTiiiNd.
Kurly Hlserfl, L'nrly lllsors, Early ltlsirs
thu fa mo ui lit t lu pilU for coiiHtip.iMon,
sick liondnuliu, dypepi.mud nervousness
C. L. Cotting.
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Sierra moans u taw, and its application
to a range of pointed mountinu peuks is
very apt and poetical.
If yon have never kept Dr. Sawyer's
Family Cure in your family you aro not
doing your duty to your family. You will
find it very useful. Deyo A Gricu.
Sinco tho David City Nows becamo tho
only republican yapor ut tho hub it bus
had a big boom.
Dr. Sawyer'n Family Cure enfoly nnd
thouroughly cures all dilllcultUs of the
Stomach, Kidneys and Uowels. Deyo &
.Jbu..--, . .yrMsryw. itate-agatowaivMuum: teanBto., .!- .M-xataTJ
O. W. 0. Ilnrdmnn, Shorlff of Tyler Co.,
W. Vn., nppricintes a good thing and dots
not hciitnte to sny so. llo was almost
'prostrate with n cold when he procured a
lioltlo of Chnmberlaiu's Congh Remedy.
He any: ''It gnre me prompt relief. I
find it to be an lnvnlnnhlu remedy for
coughs and oolds." For snle by Deyo &
Tho dlscovory of a rich petroleum Hold
is reported in tl.o Acsam district, British
Mrs. K. M. Let Up, of till plnoe, had
been troubled with rheumntinm In tho arm
to badly thnt she could not use her arm
nt nil. Onehnlf of a GO cent bottle ot
Clinmberlnln'n I'nin Unhu effected a oore.
II. J. Nkavkm, druggist, Wnvarly, N. Y
Tliis Is nn nrtlele of great worth and
merit, nnd in becoming famous for its
cant of rhoumntlsm. One application
relieve! tho pain. For snlo by Deyo and
An African belief iu that angols spend
their timo pulling off tho bills of mos
quitoes. W. I.CImroh.of Btnnnton Tost, O. A.H.,
sajs: "I hnvu tried nenrly every cough
remedy but found nothing tocopare with
l'nrks' Cough Hyrup. I have suffered
ever rIiioo my discharge from the army
nnd l'rrks' C'outfh Hyrup in the only rem
edy that hus ever helped mo."
Australia is tho only country in tho
world in which no native pipeshnvobeen
Danish lighthouses are supplied with
oil to pump on tho waves during a storm.
It you hare sudored from Stomach
trouble, llllliouenena or Dowel dlffloolly
uno Dr. Unwyer's Family Cure. Deyo &.
Tho diamond mines of Brazil havo
yielded over 15,000,000 cnrnteotstonoH.
My family mo Dr. Sawyer's Family
Cure for Indigestion.
My family tue Dr. 8awycr'n Family
Ouro for Uitliousncsf. Deyo k. Grice.
My Family use Dr. tinwyer'a Family
Cure for Constipation.
In Australia many horseihooB aro now
made of cowhide instead of iron.
A child of Mrs. Win. KolHey,of Wnverly
N. Y., hnd contrnctcd n sovore cold. Mrs
Kelsoy procured a bottle of Chamberlain'
Cough Houiody which she gave as direct
ed, with the best results. Bhe anya: "I be
lieve It to be the beet I hnvo ever used."
Thero in no dnugor in giving this remedy
to children na it contains nothing injur
ious. Then it oan always be depended
upon for colds, croup nud whooping cough,
which makes it a great favorite with
mothers for their children. For aalo by
Doyo it Grice.
Randolph in preparing for a big build
ing boom in tho spring.
It'a just ns out) to try One Minute
Cough Cure a any thing else. It's easier
to ouro n sovoro cold or cough with it.
Let your noxt purohnso for n cough be
One Minute Cough Cure. Uottor medi
cine; bettor rteult; better trylt. C. L.
Ralph W. Strow has sold tho Stella
Press to J. W. Chonoy.
No belter aid to digestion,
No hotter enre for dyspepsia,
Nothing moro rolinble for billiousnsss
nnd oonntipation than DeWitt's Little
Etrly IMiors, tno fnmoun little pills. C.
Scotia is planning tor a big building
boom in tho spring.
DeWitt's Witch Iinzel Salve oleansea
purifies and heals, It was made for that
purpose. Use it for burns, outs, bruises,
chapped hands, sores of all descriptions
and if you have piles ase it for them. 0.
Tho Sohuylor Herald is printed on
liurns aro absolutely painless when Da
Witt's Witch Iinzel Salve is promptly ap
plied. This statement is true, A perfect
remedy for skin diseases, chapped hands
nnd lips, nnd never fails to euro piles. C
Monroo has an amateur dramatio club.
a m m i i i
It's all the snmo, a slight cold, congeal
cd lungs or suvero cough, One Minute
Cough Curo banlaht a thorn. C.L. Cotting.
Tho development ot col logo sports is
indicutod by tho fact that Harvard now
his u salaried manager.
Not one minute olnpaen between the
talcing nf On Minute Cough Cure and re
liur. Why shouldn't peoito tako One
Miuuto Cough Cure? 'iliy should. They
do. 0. Ij. Cottiinr.
Mnny countries in tho etnto aro thor
oughly Bick ot township organization.
Mrs. K. Mcyet't-, the Ganetiee county
treasurer of tho W. C. T. U. and a very
influential worker iu Hie iwit or woratn
Hnjn: "I havo used l'nrkvs' Ttia nnd llud it
is tho beat remedy I have ever trlrd fur
oouvtfpntfnu. It requires smaller doses
nud is more thorough.' I'sluill use noth
ing else In future"
Wutater County j" ,
In (lie Countv court.
In til inntlrrol Hie estate of rtiitiaHadlleck:
umU'k t lu'U-uy Ktvt-ii to u pernons bavlDR
el.ilins ninl di'iiiHiuls aimlnst Anna Sadlleck
lnir ur WeliHter county deceased, tliat the time
Itxfil for IIUui; claims HjjnlnU said estate M six
iiimitliH firiin tlio vd iluy oi March 1831.
i II mull persons mo required it prestat
their cl.uim wlili tlie vouchers io the couuty
JutlK" of s.ilit county at tils oMce therein on or
licfoietno :ui dav of September isw, and all
clilnisso lllol will bo 1 1 mini before tbe said
.liitiLEHDii the 4tli day ot September at two
o'clock p, in.
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