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THE EEDJDLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, APR1IA20, 1894.
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HE COUNTRY NEWS
ANY INTERESTINO ITEM8 OF NEW8.
'rnlkhrd ht Our AbU Cra ol
dniintrr Correspondent", Kepec
Ullr forlllie Hditri of TH Chief.
Tht weather hi been raiay for th
ml few d j 8.
; William Forgay's wife haibien vary
ick for the past week.
t Mr. Charles Bcardilee and Perrit
Ilearslcc, Fred Breohbuhl aid Mrs.
Vittwor marketed a fine lot of fat
tile last week.
i $ Mr. Stir preached at Pleasant Qrore
A good Sunday-school was organic
d last Sunday at Pleasant Grove
Vith Mr. Merrill as superintendent.
I In district 11 Sunday-iehool was or
Noanlzed April 15th. Mr. Mikcls sup-
I I Every one enjoyed the rain and arc
Nj Reeling good over it. Wheat lioki
was well attended
On the night or tho 12th there
. . ..i tit: i
.was a oiruiaay pariy ai Aimur mi-
aon's in honor of Willi Halmcs. six-
P gtocn icraons wcro prcsont, at 12 o'clock
the guests wero inviica to pn.c u
a bounteous supper. As it was rain
ing they were forecd to remain all
night which thoy spent in playing
games and about 7 o'clock in tho
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Aj ,' morning they all departing rejoicing.
)t W. Akcr is plowing for corn ho siys
I fold Nebraska is good enough for him.
". i Peter Hansen says it is not so celd
C to go to Red Cloud theso nights
but tho nights arc shorter.
Wo had a nioo rain last Thursday
night, it is making ovorything look
green like spring.
Mr, Conovor has tho lumber on tho
ground ready to rebuild his houso
which was burned down about two
Mr. Qoldsworth it a happy man, his
wife prcsontcd him with a pair of
twins, a boy and a girl.
Quite a number of the citireni of
Logan township wero attending court
in Smith Center last week.
Some farmers have oommonccd
J. Fruit and J. M. Brown aro break
Ilia birthday danco at C. W. Bar
ret's wbb a success,
Mr. Wover intcads to etart to Rook's
eounty, Kansas his future home, his
aos, Clay Wover, will farm tho place
thoy now live on,
Mr, Graves will fonce 40 aercs hog
tight. Ho thinks there is more money
in hogs then anything else.
llcv. G. W. Hummel will preach at
Mt. Hope next Sunday at 11 o'clook.
All aro invited to attend. Sid.
Farmers are fcoling better sinco the
Ewl Tcnnant and his mother were
in Blue Hill last Thursday.
Mr. McPartland ono of our thrifty
farm or s was setting out quito a num
ber of fruit trees loBt week. Mo be
lieves Nebraska is just the plaee,
Mr. Kd. Hcihcr has fenoed tho
land ho recently bought ol C. Bennct.
LiBt week Mr. 1). F. Tcnnant re
ceived a letter from G. W. Carter, one
of his old tent mites in tho army,
whom ho had not scon or heard from
for 2S years. Mr. Carter is at Dike,
Hitohcock county where he has lived
for tho past niuo years.
Mrs. Delia Tonnnut was visiting at
Mr. Winton's Thursday.
Innard Smith attended tho Endeavor
convention at Hastings last week.
Peddlers and agents are numerous
John Hoval purchased a lot of
household goods lust week,
Bert Tcnnant and wife wcro visiting
thoir parents Fndiy.
Wo understand that Mr. Crouo is
going to build a houso on his farm
north of Mr, Wallins.
Mr, Carpantcr is going to nioyo on
to Mr. Davis' farm, bolter known as
the Howard farm.
Erl Toouant was in Inavalo Mon
On April 11 tho wedding bolls rang
and Mr. John Hoval and Miss Mary
Kudona wero united, in marriogo by
Judgo Duffy. Both aro highly ro
spootod in this neighborhood and havo
our ucst wibiicb tor a long ana nappy
married lire, inoywiii iivo on
1 Smith place in (ho future.
Tho much looked for and prophished
rain has come and livened up the
small grain and grass, and put the
ground in good condition for eorn.
Nearly evory farmer in this part is
having somo prairio broken up this
The lino between sectien 16 and 21
which has been fenoed ip is now be
ing opened for travel.
51 r. ikitchisen, ef Cora, succeeded
in boring a good well for Mr. Steffin
at his new store, after it had been
given up by other parties.
Goorge llagsdale flnhhed his school
at the Lono Star and gavo an enter
tainment to n crowded house. The
program was well carried out and every
ono wont homo happy.
Mrs. Hitchcock has hor new house
II. Brown is painting his barn the
rogular populist color.
Bcv. Deaks preached his last ser
mon for the year on April 1st, We
expoot a now minister soon,
Corn planting has begun in earnest.
Tho Green boys of Walnut ereek
shollcdcorn for rV. P. Miner last w)k.
Miss Camron is teaching tho school
in tho Womer distriot and is giving
On last Sunday some one set fire
on itr. Zion's farm, the wind drovo it
south to tho road burning several
A petition has been circulated ask
ing tho rost Master ocnoral to appoint
tt appoint F. M. Blaylock postmaster
Mrs. II. Jones has boon very sick
the last week.
Grant Shurtlcff, who at one time
worked iu InaAale and moro reocntly
of Smith Center, Kansas, who was
arrested for pausing counterfeit monoy,
plead guilty and was sentenced to
oloven months in the Kansas peniten
Mr. Marsh, the blacksmith, has all
tho work he can do to keep our plows
and listers sharp. 'Jay Hawkkr
Will Jackson is breaking prairio
for Mr. EiBeg.
Mr. Conyno has gono to Iowa to
mako his homo with his brother.
J. Lacy, B. Adamson, T. G. Wilder
aid A. C. Bon all have new garden
Mr. Bon Bruncr's relatives from
north of tho Blue wero visiting with
Ben and family last wcok.
Mr. Ksseg has bought nlr. Conyno's
Mrs. Noiris has over a hundred
young ohiokens, Mrs. Bon forty and
Mrs. Bruner thirty.
Mr. Carpenter is farming his own
and Will Brubarker's old ptaoo.
Mr. Cuttor and wife wero on tho
the oroek last week.
Will Brubaker owns a hen that
laid aa Easter egg i-ty inolies long.
Beat that if you can. A. C. Bon owns
a hon tjliat laid 24 eggs less on an
average than one inch long and a half
an inch thick.
Henry Brubaker is finishing Mr,
Mr. Samuol Brunorand Mr. Conyne
sottled a little dispute by law last
wcok, Mr. Conyne came out slightly
Well tho i:i and 14 wo got a good
rain that did ono million dollars worth
of good in this vicinity alono.
A. C. Bon and wifo aro both on tho
A largo crowd gathered at tho school
house last Sunday to hear Mrs. Stan
nenry uruuaiicr is putting up
Mr. Adamson and wiTo. Jake Lacy
and wifo and T. 0. Wilder all went to
Bed Cloud tho Kith, to attend tho A.
0. U. W. meeting. Mamtoiia.
Quito a sevcro hail-storm passed
oerour vicinity last Tuesday.
Mr. Bushoe has purchased tho rcsi-
ucncu no now rcsiucs in ana will, in
tho near future, build a fino residence
Mr. John Crary's building is being
N. V. Copclaud is now aoting as
Miss Thoda VicrH is convalescent
after a scriouB illnccs,
Lew Teachworth has improved his
place, by erecting a fino barn.
Hush! bo still as any mouso,
Thcro's n bnhy m Freddie's houso.
Not a doll', not a toy,
But a bounoing thirteen pound bny,
And now Frod Watt is grinding out
clears instead of sausage, co as it was
looking liko rain wo took n cigar and
Tho wind doth blow.
Work has begun in tho brick yard.
Small grain is looking fino since tho
W. E. Thorn Jr. rides a now 1150
V. S. Hall is enclosing his yard in
a now fonoe.
B. Loo is now proprietor of tho feed
mill and exohango store.
Hcmembcr the supper at tho G. A,
B. hall this Friday evening.
Mr. Gray of Bed Cloud was in
town several dajs this we)k.
Mrs. Orr of Campbell was thoguett
of Mrs. Snow last Wednesday,
J. K. Martin of Blue. Fl ill was doing
business in Hub village Tuesday.
Tho M. W. A, took in sovcal mem
bers at their mooting Tuesday evening,
S. S. Wells and Chas. Spooner of
Hartwell spent scvoral days in town
the latter part of tho wcok.
Don't miss tho lcoturo at tho Con
gregational church Monday evening,
April 23d. Admission free.
Rev. Snow and F. W. McLaughlin
attended to business in Bed Cloud
Monday and took in tho A. 0. U. W.
banquot in (ho evening.
Tho Sunday-sohool coneurt at tho
Congregational ohuroh was well at
tended. Miss Burt of Campbell was tho
guest of Addio Snow tho latter part
of tho wcok.
Mrs. Teagarden of Campbell visited
with her mother, Mrs. J. H, Horn, on
II. Parks returned ono day last
week from a (rip to Chase county,
whero L. D. Mouser has interested
him in land.
Mrs. J. M. Snow went to Lincoln
last Wednesday to sco her husband
who has been thero for several months
boing treated for a oancor.
Farmer and everybody clso is feel
ing good over tho rain which oamo
last Friday in timo to savo the winter
wheat and help along tho grain that
was sown this spring.
Mr. and Mrs. Snow, Mrs. Hicks and
daughter, Miss Addio Snow, F. W.
McLaughlin, Henry Korby, Earlo and
Linn McKelvey attended tho concert
at Campbell Saturday evening.
Ohuroh Howo camo as announced
last Friday hut as tho ovoning was
stormy thoro was a small crowd at tho
oampfire. Ho ns well as tho pcoplo
of this vicinity were glad to have it
rain. For an hour and a half ho en
tertained thoso that oamo out to hear
him. Ho roiBtcd Grovcr and his pen
sion oflioors and urged tho G. A, B
boys to stand unitod for their interest
Everybody onjoyed tho rain Friday
Somo of tho Friends ministers wcro
over to Mt. Ho'po last Sunday.
All tho farmers aro plowing for
Mr. Fishburn is breaking a lot of
prairio this spring.
A. A. Davis sold some fat hogs
Geo. Turner has sot some ever
green trees in his yard. Gcorgo is a
rustler without a doubt.
J. C. Foutz and II. D. Fishburn
sold thoir fat cattlo last week.
W A. Vandyke who has just returned
homo and Mr. Foutz wero plcasai.t
callers on Mr, Toland and fumily ono
evening last week.
Miss Kinney had tho mumps so br.d
last week that 8b o could not teach,
but sho was at hor post Monday
Last Thursday whilo Alva Stanton
was burning a field tho firo got away
from him and was golting a very good
start to do a largo amount of damago
but somo of tho noighbor men came
and helped him put it'out.
, Iiinvule. 4.
Wo had a nico rain hero last Friday
r. Irons and wifo attended church
in Bed Cloud 1 1st Suud .y.
Mr, lloldrogo and wifo spent Satur
day and Sunday in Cowlcs visiting
Mr. Storoy and family.
Mr.Sawycr has plantcdjfuur acres of
G. W. Knight and wifo wcut to
lied Cloud Tuesday.
Mr. Windorman is quito sick this
The Garner boys havo traded for u
new thrcHhing machines and thoy aro
going to run it themselves.
Tho band boys aro going to give a
supper next weoV.
A largo crowd of iho A. 0. U W.
folks wont to lied Cloud Mnuda)
night to hear J. 0, Tato speak,
Good growing weather.
Small grain is looking fino.
Farmers havo commenced listing in
Harvoy Merrill and family were tho
guests of Win. Van Djko ono day lajt
Albert VanDyko is homo on a rest
Mr, Guill is fenoing in a two bun
hundred acre pasturo on srotion 33.
Tho Sunday school at Bono crock
was largely attended and much inter
est was manifcit.
Albort VanDyko and his sistor arc
visiting friends at Guido Book this
John Marsden and Ned Sutcr trad
ed horses one day last.
Boy. G. W. Huinracll has changed
his appointment from Plcaaant Dale
to Mt. Hopo. Kansai. Tho young
folks meet at Mr. Heed's every Tues
day to practicw singing.
John Tate is going to plant forty
acres of broom corn this seaaon.
L. A. HaBkins says ho will havo no
moro broom corn in his. Ho got the
worst ot it last year.
Old Mr. Sodcrlin is on the sick list
this week, Attended by Dr. Dam
crell. 0. S.
It ruinid at last.
Clarence Becd was among
Preaching at New Virginia at eleven
o'clock next Sunday.
Harry Mitclincl has eroded a new
fenco on his farm.
llcv. Hancock of Inavale was in
our community Tuesday.
Miss Maude Orchard was tho guest
of Mrs. Gcnscn Wednesday evening.
Evert Bean has sold his farm to Mr.
Hunter of Inavale.
Mr. Phillips has put up a barn on J.
B, Wisooarvor's farm.
Ooe of Julius Nelson's liltlo boys
broko his thumb.
Joo Holcoiub and another voune
man of Bed Cloud wcro in our com
munity last week,
J. Nelson smiles over tho arrival of
a girl at their home.
Thoso who attended tho exhibition
at Catherton Tuesday evening from
these parts report that it was grand.
Sunday school was organized in dis
trict 41 last Sunday, Sunday school
ivory Sunday at ten a. in., preaching
every four weeks by Bev. Bean.
It Cares blood nnd skin disorders. It
docs this quiokly nnd permanently. Is
there any good reason why you should not
use DoWltt'fl Sarsnpnnllar It recommeud
itself. C. L. Cotting.
When does a dentist do the moet work?
Who ho oxtraots sovornl acres (achera).
Lot us remind you that now is tho time
to tnko DeWitt'H Sareaparilla, it will do
you good. It recommends itself. C. L.
Whon did Goorgo Washington first
take a carriage? When he took a hack
at the cherry troo.
Create health, creates strength, creates
vigor; DoWltt'fl Sarsaparilla. It recom
mends itself C. L. 0 lUin,'.
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A now (louring mill is to bo put in at
.!. t a iii-
Para blood moans good health. Re
inforco it with DeWitt'a Sarsaparilla. It
purities the blood, cures Eruptions, Kczo-
ma, Scrofula and all ttiaenses arising from
imnuru blood. It recommends itsilt. 0.
The liconse ticket wua elected in Te-
Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles used iu time will
euro any case of Female Weakness. Get
n f reo sample package from tho following
named druggist. Hold by Doyo & Urice,
Ilellectcd virtuo is no virtue
robe may cover 11 corrupt heart.
Small boy (aside) "Gee whU,,' but thoso
Llttlo Giant Pills tnko tho enko. Sold
and warranted by Doyo & Grlce.
Tho sin you look nt will noon mako
you pick it up and curry it.
Dr. Sawyer's Family Curo is tho result
of experience, skill nnd honesty. It is n
posltivo curo for nil Stomach, Livor nnd
Kidney Troubles. Sold by Doyo & Grlce
Joo Holcomb tho liveryman, north
of tho Holland house has purchased a
Gillotto Power Clipping maohine
tviiich works peifeoily nnd rapidly, can
clip horses in ono fourth of tho time
employed by hand clipping machines.
Bring 111 your horscH and havo them
olippod and get rid of having tho horso
hair Hying about fur four or Iivo wcoks.
They will do bolter, staud a drive hot.
tcruiid aro easier taken caro of.
Children Cry for
REUNION AT SUPERIOR
AUGUST 6 TO 12, WILL BE THE DATES
ti. V Attains Elected Commander
Tho Proceedings in Fall. ThHe
llel Cori Alio InSaaalon nndlilcct
Neiv oniccrs The ircatc.
Tho opera houso was pretty well
filled up with old soldiors thii after
noon, who camo hero to attend tho
annual G. A. 11., cnoampment.
Commander Adams was in the chair
but after calling tho meeting to order
ho had Col. Shuler tako his place, as
ho is suffering to-day from an aggro
vatcd ense of ear ache.
A committeo on credentials was
first appointed, Their report was lat
er accepted and showed about 75 del
egates from posts all over the distriot
Mr. Adams appointed delegates to
fill three vacanolep on tho oounoil of
administration, and thoy at once pro
ceeded to examine bids for the rcun
iou of 1894. Only one was received
and that was from Superior. The
council turned it in to the adjutant
with tho earnest recommendation that
bo acted upon favoiably. A resolu
tion to that effect was passed, and
Superior is to havo the reunion this
voar. Tho timo was left to tht dis
cretion of tin commander, and Mr.
Adams explained that August 6th to
12th inclusive would probably be the
datoB. It was placed in that week
ho said, in order to bo ono week prior
to the National Guards encampmont,
the stato reunion, tho atato fair and
other cven.ts which havo been an
nounced tor the month of August.
A cemmitteo from tho W. B. C,
then appeared with greetings from the
interstate encampment of that order
which is also being held in tho city,
Tho report was greeted with applauB
and Hon, Lowis llanback of Kansas,
Gen. Dilworth and Past Commander
Colo of Bod Cloud wcro appointed to
do the honors for the Grand Army.
Later, Messrs. Hunback and Dilworth
returned and gave a humorous acoount
of their visit.
Tho election of officers was pro
ceeded to, C E. Adams was elected
by acclamation as oommander, as was
Col. Tlios. Shuler for tho office of Son
ior vice commander. A. A. Burk of
Courtland, Kansas was elected junior
vice; Dr. J. W. Mitchell, camp sur-
geen; M. M. Nelion of Mankato, Kan
sas, officer of tho day; II. S. Hcisler,
of Mankato, chaplain. At 3:10 the
counoil of administration was being
IlELIEF CORPS FROCEKDINQS.
The Womon'i Belief Corps is in
session hero to-day in tho K. of P.,
hall, Tho following is a list of dele
gates who are present:
Kansas Mesdamcs Maggie Wood,
Mary Jordcn, Mary Varney and M.
E. llichardson, Burr Oak. Mesdamcs
Nanay Heisler, Belle Saunders and E.
Hollingshad, Mankato. Mesdamcs C.
J. Savage, Jennie Biilingsloy and Cor
vina Yalo, Bcllville.
Nebraska Mesdamcs Clara Jelli
son, Adda Day and Lorinda Nelison,
Chester. Mesdamcs Ncllio M. Bio
harts, and M. Dell Wilson, Hubboll.
Mesdamcs C. Welch and II. E. Wy
mere, Hardy. Mcsdamos Kato Jud
son and Kato Pond, Bed Cloud.
Officers wcro elected for tho ensu
ing year as follows: Mrs, Clara Jclli
son, president; Mrs. Phillips, senior
vice; Mrs. Savage, treasurer; Mrs.
Wood, ohaplain; Mrs. 11 ekcrts, con
ductor; Mrs. llichardson, guard.
Among the interesting events of
the afternoon was a paper by Mrs.
Clara Jollison of Chester, which was
read boforo the meeting. Superior
"Orango Blossom" is a painless curo
for all diseases poouliar to women. Sold
frosh by C. L. Cotting.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
mind tho bost content'
Two Lives dtivcd.
Mrs. Phoobo Thomas, of Junction City,
III, was told by hor dooters she had con
sumption and that there was no hopo for
her, but two bottles of Dr. King's New
Discovery completely cured her and she
says it saved her life. Mr. Thos. Eggors,
1,'1'J Florida St. Han Francisco, suffered
from a dreadful cold, approaching con
sumption, tried without result everything
olso then bought one bottle of Dr. King's
Now Discovery and in two weeks was
cured. IIo is naturally thankful. It is
suoh results, of which these aro sampled,
that prove the wonderful eflloaoy of this
medlciuo in ooughs and culds. Free trial
bottles nt C. L. Cotting' Drngstora. Reg.
ular size COo, and f 1.00,
Afraid of Pneumonia.
Mrs. Cnthorin llliiolt, of LtRoy. K. T.
took n sver cold. Tlin phynllisan four
d 1'nonmonla. K!i took on liottU o
Parka, Couh Ryrnp nud nyn: "It acted
Ilk mnjlc, Stopped hit coutfh nnd I nm
perfectly wall now. t rtcomond it to
overyon for Throat mid Lung Tronble
m I belUvid it laved tny life." Hold by
O. h. Cottlng.
The test of tho progress ot mankind
will be in tho Hpplicntion of tho char
acter of Washington.
Whnt mnkes n houso a home? Tho
tnothir well, the children rony. the fathor
in good health nnd Rood humor. All
brought about by tho uso of DoWltt'fl
Banapnrilln. It rooininuds itsolf. 0,
Which inimical instrumint is tho most
moral? An upright piano.
If dull, spiritless nnd Btupld; If yonr
blood is thick nnd sluggirih; It your ap
petite is capricious nnd uncurtain. V'ou
need n Sarsapnrllla. For bent results
tnko DeWitt'H. II reoonmirnds itsolf. 0.
What is bettor than to givo crodit to
whom it 1b duo? (iivo tho cash.
Borne thing wrong whtn you tiro too
easily. Somo thing wrong when tho skin
is not clear nnd smooth. Somo thing
wrong when tho blood is impure Every
thing right when yon tako DoWltt's Sar
nnparilla. It rocomtnonda itself. C. L.
What composor is most noted of mod
ern times? Chloroform.
S. I). Das ford of Carthugo, S. D., I was
taken sick in Bioux City. IIo procured
two bottles of Parks' Suro Curo for (he
Liver nnd Kidi.eyH. IIo says: "I boliova
Parks' Suro Cure excels nil other medicine
for Rheumatism and Urinary disorders."
Sold by C. Ij. Cutting.
What did the inullln suy to tho toast
ing forkf You're to pointed.
Dr. Sawyor's Family Curo--It not only
relieve; it euro. It is suitable to all
ages nud evory Inembor of tho family
Try a free sample. Sold by Doyo lk Grlce
Why do girls ltisu onoh other nnd men
not? Bccauso girls havo nothing bottor
to kiss and men Imvo.
Hciitlui'liu and Indigestion
Can bo cured. If you don't beliove it try
Begg's Little Ginnt Pills. Scld nnd war
ranted by Deyo .t Grlce.
Why is tho moon liko u mnrriugo con
tract? Uocauso it governs tho tide.
Dr. Sawyer's Fntnily Curo cureB Stom
ach trouble. Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure
cures Liver complaints, cures Kidney
difficulty. Bold by Deyo & Grico.
Whnt is tho difforonco between a dog'a
tail aid a rich man? One keeps a wagg
ing and tho other u carriage
Try n bottle of Dr. Sawyer's Family
"uroandyou will bo convinced that it
will curo nil Stomach, Liver, Kidney and
Bowel difficulties. -
Why does n man's hair gonornlly turn
gray sooner than hid mustache? Bo
cause it is nbotit twonty-ono years oldor.
Exporlenco and money cannot improve
Dr. Sawyer's Family Cure, beoauso it
radically cures Dynpepsla, Liver com
plaint and Kidney difficulty. Sold by
Doyo & Grico.
Ml 1MIM1 I II
Whon is it no misfortuno for a yonng
lady to lose her good nume? When a
yeung man gives her u better ono.
Diseases unfriendly to women are posi
tively cured by Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles.
Ask your druggist for a free sample puck
ago, it heals and curve. Sold by Doyo &
Wo always give crodit for tho good and
attribute tho bad to for tunc,
Ladies Dr. Sawyer's Pastilles nre ef
fectual for feraalu weakuoss, pain on top
of the head aud lowor part of tho back.
It strengthens nud euros. For sale by
Deyo & Grico.
Benovoleuco without lovp has no
moro heart in it tlmn an auction block
Improper nud dellcUut caro of the
scnlp will cause grnyness of the hair nnd
baldness, loapo both by tho use of that
reliable spooillo Hall's Hair Rouowor.
Keep in a good humor with thofuturo
it never did you any harm.
Teach your oh'ldreu how to save Jnst
think, ono penny a week for a year will
buy nlnigo bottle of Hnller's Suro Cure
Cough Syrup and euro coughs for tho
wholo family. lor salo by Deyo G Grlce.
You will scon beuomo poor in earnest
if you try to keep nil you got.
DoWitt's Snrsapanlln is prepared for
cleansing tho blood from impurities nnd
disonse. It does this and moro. It builds
op and strengthens constitutions impair
ed by dlsense. It rocommenda itself. C,
Tho best lilting clothing on earth go
to the Chicago Storoj olegnnt stock of
square cut contn, pndded ehouldors, vesta
stiff brcnstB, correot in ovory particular.
fto ono oxuupt us can show you Buch
goods. Chicago Storo.
1 1 .
Common lonso nnd true roligioii nlj
Irregularities and all thoso pains nnd
distressing dlftnses peculiar to women
aro cured lv Dr. .Siwjui'n i'uhiI les. Mid
yjtn 1 oworful healer. Sild by Dayo &
Children Cry for
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