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Oil, WIFE 1 CHILDREN MI WELL
PIE'S CELERY CHND.
HRpftSi LBft't bbiiiiiiiWv stfaLaawW
Tho pre-ominenee of Paine's celery condition of the nerves and blood
eoapound over all other remedies D- Pin' oolery compound, as in
conld not be better illustrated than in thc caB0 ' Mr8 Turney and her fam
ine case of the Turney family of 8t. -'y. will make them well again.
Aithony, Iowa. Rheumatism and neuralgia too,
Mrs. Turney had recovered her Brow m0t6 dangerous and moro pain
U.ltl. th.. !.. ....! nt D.Ino'o n1...n fill with cold weather.
uVfMVU VJ iau uahu V A MtHW o uvivif
J She had Buffered from a varioty of creased activity of theso disorders,
ills, all duo to a nervous system im- There is positive danger in allowing
propt'rly nourished. tno system to meet ihn perils of win
As frequently happens the entire tur handicapped by rheumatism and
family, overcome prlupa by anxiety neuralgia, er any dieoaro that comes
and eire, begun 10 fil "run down" from poor blood and bud noives.
and to suffer with the hardest disease
'in tho world to diagnosis the trouble
they havo when they say: "Dootor,
I don't fell well."
Tho advice of their physicians to
use Paine's colery compound, the ono
knowB remedy that restores lust ner
vous encrgv, creates aa appetite, purc
f es the blood and builds up the
F strength of the entire system, was
followed. Mrs. Turney, ia' a letter to
Wells & Richardson Co., who prepare
the remedy, soon wrote as fallows:
My husband and three children
were as greatly benefited by the
of Paine's celery oompound as I
after an unusually hard siege of the
" strip, with variations of the disease
We reorard the oomnound as a most
As the winter comes on many pco-
pie will begin to suffer from debility,
aid laok of rallying powers after a
light chill or cold.
Their real trouble is a run-down
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. I ia I 10 IOIIOW your inwubiium in legaru vj oioi
,5tHr3 and to use
Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm.
It s a grand medicine. I used three bottles, and, thanks be to God, am a
well man again. You are at liberty to publish this If you desire, as I would
be clad to be theneans of (railing the attention of victims of diabetes to a
remedy that will give them a blessed relief. LOUIS PHILLIPS,
u the onto Dositivc Rcnerly kiowa to the Medical Profusion for
. tnrtai Remlfet, PHttifrtm, Pttriufc, IcitfWt. Urn Ml
KMiey Diseases. A Positive
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FOR MALE BY
This increased pain points to in-
There is tho samo cer'ainty of get
ting rid of those two diseases that
thcro is of a complete recovery .from
sleeplessness, nervous weakness, bys
terin, or any othor rosult of impover
ished norves and blood. Physicians
today get rid of rheumatism and neu
ralgia as they do sleeplebsnoss, melan
cholia and nervous dyspepsia by build
ing up the system and supporting its
delioato nerve parts with Paine's cel
Paine's oelery compound restores
vitality to tired nerves; it feeds every
tissue of the body when unusual waste
has reduoed the weight and strength
of the body, as i frequently tho case
at the close of the heated season.. It
gives new appetite, and keeps every
'part of tire body, nerves and blood so
well nourished that the nervous, ex
haustod, tired, "run down" feoling
from worry aud hard work soen dis
appears. Try it.
March 14th, IB95.
Tho Dr. J. H. McLtan Mtdklno Co.,
St, Loul$, Mo.
Gentlemen : I desire to express my heartfelt
thanks to you for my marvelous restoration to
health. I was sick for many years with a bad
case of diabetes which made mo very thin and
weak. I also suffered much loss of sleep, having
UMU dlV KlUUk UIIMWIWIIHW tWIT Hllt VIU ?!
would not satisfy. A few months ago I began
nut I wUrt ttriitln nwrilin
cure enectM n iron o to is otys.
V. L. COTTING.
Woddlng bell ring all tho time.
Election is ovor nnd evorybody is
joicing oBpoclully it their party boat.
School touchers are having a vacation
now and aro putting in tho timo visiting
other schools and their frlonds.
Mr. Toland had a runaway last Mon
day. No ono wua hurt and no daruago
done, excopt tho smashing f two or
three fences. Tho team wbb caught in
Mrs. Arrants is sponding this week
with her daughter Mrs. Stidkloy.
Quito a crowd from North Branch at
tended tho foot washing at tho Dunkard
church in Burr Oak last Saturday night.
Next Saturday and Sunday is quarter
ly mooting at the Friend's church at
N. J. Custer has moved onto his farm
one milo and a quarter north of North
The Wcslyian Methodist minister, Mr,
Brimbraum, has moved into North
O. V, Barkor Bold a hog last wook.
John Saladon is shucking corn for Ed
There was a big rabbit ohoso out hero
Wo understand thero is going to be
anothor Webster county mill between
Fitz and Corbett's baby brother. Ihey
nro preparing for it.
Several littlo Indian boye disturbed
tho quiet nt Amboy last Saturday night.
Misses Susie and Alta Baker were in
Red Cloud Saturday.
Willie Smith, Anthony Green and
Clarence Cox attended the dacce at Mr,
Johnsons last Saturday night.
Ed Rassor is hauling bis .corn away
that he sold last fall.
Misa Jennlo Carpenter was the guest
of Ida Baker lust Sunday.
O. W. Baker finished shucking his
big crop of corn last week. ,
Mr. Charloy Frisbio was visiting with
Mr. James Cox last Sunday.
Ed Ilinos is thinking some of starting
a tan yard hb he understands tho busi
How to Prevent Croup.
Somo reading that will prove interest
ing to young mothers, How to guard
against the diseate.
Oronp is a terror to young mothers and
to post them ooneerning the caose, first
symptoms and treatment ia the object of
this item. The origin of croup is a com
mon cold.' Children who are subject to
it take oold very easily and oronp is al
most inre to follow. The first symptom
ia hoarseness; this is soon followed by a
peculiar xough cough, which is easily rec
ognized and will never be forgotten by
one who has heard it. Tho time to aot is
when the child first becomes hoarse. If
Chamberlain's Coagh Remedy is freely
given all tendency to oronp will soon dis
appear. Evory after the oroupy cough
has developed it will prevent the attaok.
There is no danger in giving this remedy
lor it contains notning injurious,
sale by Deyo & Grioe.
Al Dooker is moving into the house
vacated by Lew Hummol, and Mr. An
derson ia moving on his farm.
The young folks gathorod at Mr. An
derson's Friday evening and had a party
and oyster Buppor. It being Miss Myrtle's
Tho Penny Crook Sabbath-school was
obangod from 10 o'clock a. m. to threo
o'clock p. m. everybody come.
Rev. Wolla and family oxpoots to
movo in the houso vacated by Mr. An
dorBon. Miss Molvina VanDyke epont Satur.
day and Sunday noar Quido Rock visit
ing hor eistor Mrs. Foutz.'
Isaac Growoll contemplates going to
Charlie Anderson and John Aubushon
spent Sunday on Walnut creek.
Sovoral of the neighbors cf Mrs. I.
Growoll gathered at her placo last Wed
nesday and' opont tho day quilting and
all had a nico time.
Mr. Shepperd of Red Cloud waa
a pleasant caller on Mr. Grewoll'a Sun
Mr. BUllngton is working for Mr.
8bannoo. Tom Tbum.
Children Cry for
Quito a nutnbor of our farmers aro
through gatheriug corn for this year.
Election is ovor and tho pops carried
ovorythlng from roud ovorseer up.
Mr. S. Potior lost two hoad of cattlo
by turning them into tho stalks.
Mr. George Bcnrdsly and family wero
visiting nt Mr. Mountford's lust Sunday.
Tho United Brethron hold their quar
terly meeting nt Womer lust Saturday
Row Humrich will movo to Jewell
Goo. Evens is giving.good satisfaction
in district 78.
Our school dad got married woek be
foro last. That's ull right Cash.
C. W. Barrett nnd S. Mountford nro
eholllngcorn for Mr. Kersoy this wook.
Mrs. Laura Bussott is eomo hotter.
ftlOO Ituwnrtl, 9100.
Tho tender of thin paper will be plencod
to htnrn Mutt there in at lenst one dronilod
disease that soleuce haft.bt-oti aula to euro
in all its stages, and that Is Catarrh.
Hall's Oatarrh Cure i tho only poAitlvn
core known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh bolng a constitutional atae,
requires a aonstltntional remedy. Uall'e
Catarrh Care is takea Internally acting
dlreotly on tho blood i nd mnoous ur !
faces ot tho system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the diseae and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution nnd assisting nature in doing
He work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its ourativo power, that they
offer one hundred dollars for any oase
that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
timonial. Addrosp, F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O
CJTSold by Druggiats, 7Go. .
Everrott Bean und family were visit
ing ut his father's on Sunday.
Several ot the young peoplo attonded
Free Methodist mooting at North Star
Wm. Brotthnuer got thoond ot ono of
bis fingers cut off in a corn fihollor.
Row Boan attonded quarterly meeting
at Inavulo Saturday.
Loyd Crabill and wife attended moot
ing nt 33 Sunday.
Bishop Hott preached to a large con.
gregatlon last Sunday at the Crabill
A tired stomaoh is very much like a
sprained ankle. If yon suffer from any
of the symptoms of dyspepsia, yonr
stomaoh is tired. It needs a oruteb, We
mnat relieve it of all work for a time, or
nntll it is restored to its natural strength
To do this successfully, we mnat nse a
food whloh is already digested outside of
the body, and which will aid the digestion
of other foods that may be takea with It.
Such a product ia the Shaker Digestive
Cordial. The Shakers have utilized the
digestive prinoiples present in plants for
the mannfactnre of this article, and its
success has been truly phenomenal. Yon
ean try it for the nominal sum of 10 eonts
as sample bottles are sold by all drug
gists at this prioe.
LA.XOL is the best medicine for child
ren! Doctors reoommend it in place of
Wfcea Baby was slclc, we gave her Castorla.
When she was a Child, site cried for Contort.
When she became HIsi, aha clung; to Cattoria.
When she bad Children, she gave them Castorla.
undtty Nchool Rally.
Thoro will bo a Sunday-school rally at
Ouldo Rock Sundny, Nov. 17, 1895, at 11
a. m. and again at 2 p. m. Everybody,
the old as woll as tho youug and middle
aged; church members and non church
member ot all denominations and beliefs
are most cordially invited to attend this
rally, if you rtro tributary to tho town
of Guide Rock. Now that you huvo
been so cordially invited to attend a
feast it will not bo nice for you to refuse
So come everybody and bolp sing.
Learn what the Webstor county Union
Sunday-school Association is and what
it wnnta you to do. The Orphean quar
tet ot Red Cloud havo kindly consented
to assist in the rally with sovoral soul
stirring selections. TheEckley quartet
from district 50, backed by a goodly
number from their Sunday-school, will
be on band to assist in there usual en
thusiaatic manner. A goodly number
of Red Cloud musical people will be on
band to do their part and the Quid
Bosk Hopla will bo tuned for tka oeoa
ak. Dr. Price's Creasa Baking Powder
A Pare Iras Crtasa Tartar. Pewatr.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
wm sV mmStSm
Ovor tho River.
Now thnt election is ovor and things
aro once moro Bottled down, I suppose
you want tho news. But however It Is a
soarco article Tho election over hore
wns a vory warm affair for a while and
looked as it thero might be blood Hying.
Hnwover, nil's well thut ondn well and
there woro enough republicans to knock
all tho Biiote oil the pops and thut settled
it. Tho pops in this neighborhood hnvo
got a new war ory now that can bo hoard
semi occasionally which is: "Bepubll.
cans, republicans, what buvo we done,
thut you don't liko our 10 to 1,'' aud it
Hounds vory puthntlc, especially slnco
tho returns phuwod thoir entire ticket
Thero nro somo things tho pops can't
understand yet and that is where tho
majorities of Bailoy uud Funk und Nor-
ria went to.
F. A. Kuohn has boon surveying in
tbo east ond ot tho county this week,
Geo. Oeckor has moved on tho pluce
south ot tho rivor bridge, which lias jubI
boon vacated by Low Hummel.
Uncle Potor McNitt bits gonn to Ar
kansas to clutivato rockp, u that is
about all thero is thoro. Wo expoot he
will bo coming back in a yoar or so, and
bo convinced like tho rest of ua that
thoro is no place liko Nebraska.
A land agent of Smith Bros, was in
this section this woek looking attor rent
corn, but found very littlo. Tho farmers
who rented hnvo a new way ot husking.
Thoy turn their cattlo in tho Hold and
in throo or four weoks tho corn is all
husked nnd the rent corn Ib used noxt
spring for fertilizing.
Why don't tboso Red Cloud follows
with grey-bounds corao ovor nnd havo a
wolf hunt. It thoy woro out hero some;
morning about daylight they could have
plonty ot wolf hunt for all tho Jogs
This woek will finish up corn husking
in this "neck of the woods" and then the
farmers can have more time to come to
town and tell "whoppers" about what
Speaking about "raising" this is a
good section for raising. Several of the
fanners last fall had nice pumpkins and
squash patches but when they come to
pick them they had all been raised.
You can kill a hog and let it hang out
at night and in the morning it will have
"riz," even a whole beef has been known
to bo elovated, and potatoes and feed,
well the crows are so thick that they
carry that off. Ob, verily friend George
this is a great country for raising,
John Fox ia able to be up and around
again aftor a severe tussle with the ty
Rumor has it that thoro will be a wed
ding in this vicinity in tho near future,
but it is not credited.
Dr. Julius Wobbermaa gavo a social
dance at his palatial residence last Sat
urday and those who wero Inclined to
trip the light fantastic enjoyed them
Bolvea until tho "woe sma" hours put in
Ono ot ourcltizoDB was given a chance
to stuff tho ballot box at tho recent oloo
tiou horo. Ho requested ono ot tho
judges (a pop) to give him a ticket
whloh wua givon him, thon ho asked for
nnothor and anothor and Anally quit
asking after he had rocoived four tickets.
What a glorlouo chanco, but the voter
roturned thorn all but the ono which he
A goyornment officer was in this vi
cinity this wook looking for a man, aud
scared your correspondent so that ho
kept hid all day for fear it was him he
Geo, Wolf has moved onto the Peter
MoNitt place and will be found there
tilling the soil for the next year at least.
W. H. ISKEY.
Th9 U. & Qav't RwporiM
" Mhow R9yml Bmklmg Pwr
mipfhr to all tturt.
James Burden drovo to tho county
Slnco tho returns of tho election C. O.
Stout Iiiih tnkon to the eornllcld. '
John Hundley of Hod Cloud was tran
suding litidiiifBa in this vicinity Tuesday.
L. E Sponco tried his bund ut husk
ing corn Tuesday.
Mr. Wheelun ot Ilosoland moved into
Mr. BoYdfl house. He has purchased
tho pump business of W, M. Grannia
which ho will carry on at this place.
O. C. Tool ot Kel Cloud was in this
oily Friday morning tHlklng with his
brother paps ovor tho defout on election
V. S. Hull drovo to Blue Hill Tuesday.
F. W. McLaughlin and B. Lee were
doing business at Hastings Friday.
Messrs Popo and Shunk, two ot Blue
Hill's business men, weto in town Mon
Itobcrt MuCnllum Hhipped u car ot tat
hogs to Kansas' City tho hitler part of
lHt week. 11m Hcuoiupaiiifd the car.
Mr. Seura ot Ashland an old suhool
mato uud friend ot L. B. Tlioru'a is ia
the city the guest of L. B.
Saturday evening about eight o'clock
H ilro broke out in the implemout house,
of H. M. McClure and was burned to
tho ground. About halt of the imple
ments woro saved. It was a narrow es
cape for J. C.IIartman's building which
stood but a little way to tho south. It
wub lucky for the town that thero .waa
no wind, had thero been it few palls of
water handy tho ilro could have been
put out, but there Wan tlm trouble no
water to be hud. TIiIh Hid should be a
timely warning and sut tho buslnesa
men ot the town to doviHW m.niw ineasJa
ot tiro protection, as boiiiu day the whole
town will be sept awuy. U la reported '
that McClure's loss ia uoyered by insur
ance, The rain Tuesday night kopt quite a
number of M. W. A. members iuti.o hall
Such a rain as we had Tuesday night
brightens the face of every one and
makes tbo farmer who put in fall wheat
feel that he is not laboring in vain. ,
Headache Destroys Health
lesultlag la poor memory, Irritability, her
Toaaaeas and latellectaal exhaustion. It
Induces other forms ot disease, such as eat ,
leaay, heart disease, apoplexy, Insanity, eto.
Dr. Miles' Nervine Cure.'
Mrs. Chaa. A. Myers, 901 Hanna Bt., Fort
Wayne, Ind., writes Oct. 7, 18Mi "I suffered
terribly with aoiere headaches, dlsrJuixu,
backache and nervousness, gradually grow
lag worse until my "Ufa wua despaired of.
and try what we would, I found no relief
until I con roenced using Dr. Miles' Nervine.
I havo taken five bottles and beltqvo I am a
well woman, and I huvo taken great com
fort in recommending all ot my friends to
aae Nerrlae. You may publish this letter
if you wish, aad I hopo It may be tbo aaeaaa
of saving some other alck mother's life, aa H
Oa sale bf all draggtata. Book on Heart '
aad Nerves seat fUO. Dr. Miles Medtaal
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