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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1896)
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Jn whnt give), IIooiI'h Hnrsnparllla Its great
ponuUuly, Its constantly Increasing
tHUt, and enHlilcs It to accomplish its
wonderful and unequalled cures. Tlio
combination, proportion nnil process
iiHud In preparing Hood's HnrHspurlllii
tiro unknown to other medicines, and
mako Hood's Snrunpnrllln
Peculiar to Itself
It curci a wldo rango of diseases hecauso
of Hammer as n blood purlllcr. it nets
directly nnd poHltlvely upon the Idood,
mid llio lilood reaches every nook nnd
r.rwrnf tlio liiininn ByHlcin. Thus nil
I ho nerves, muscles, hones and tissues
eoiiio under tlio benellcent liillueneo of
TL Olio True lilood I'nriricr. $1 per bottle.
7. i. t-.i"i cure Liver lllv, r;ny to
HOOU S PlIlS take,i'asyl()onTiiti'.ssc.
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Tlir benrdlem brigadiers who presume
to wield tin- f) Kt-fmill ut
tlio otlior end lit il.o city elmir exceed
ingly umler tlit imIIh-- because oilier
city papers time uhI: tlio suporvi'orN to
publish Hut proceedings in their pupeip.
Tin: Ciinr tliil ti"t Inil for tlio worlt,
anil for tho punt two eiirs ban published
the. pruectdiiigs without pity, yet tlio
board i in duty bound to pny ono third
thu legal into for KUch publication. It
the hoard ilehirutl lo pny Tor the pro
cooiliiio,s, it should Imvo contracted with
Tin; Oiiu.i no that they might have
beo.i generally pot used by tint public at
largo. IT tlmy desired to givo thu pup
juipur mi abvoluto sinecure, well ami
good, they ueeoniplished their purpose.
The cult ltfiil pair, however, lilco niOHt
pop editors, tlreaui ami tlroaiu, and linul
ly their tlreaniH turn into a horriblo
uiffhtiuiiri, ami thoir imnuimtlinriH ac
cumulate until their nightuiaru becomes
H wicked halliiuiiiation, aiul in deep
iigony they noo peoplo robbing them of
thoir j'lHt rights ami committing overt
acts. Thoy follow tlio delusion until
thoir minds bet onto no warped that all
jieoplo am fraud except the-so who wear
tho pop garb. Ye oilp, what a horriblo
condition to bo in !
Tlio populmtH and democrats of the
Fifth district, aro very much at sea now,
ovur thw tuiuHtiouuf a congressional can
didate. It Ib early yet and no doubt
tho right man will bo found at tho right
timo. 1 ho Democrat, Iciiowb of some
gontleuiPii whoso measures aro being
taken for tho placo. If by any oiroum
etanco thoy should bo nominated, tho
parson wouldn't leave a grease spot of
them. Adams County Domocrat.
IVorli Tor Andrews.
Tho chairman of tho eouunittoo on
invalid pensions, of winch ConL'reBsmiin
Andrews is a member, Monday made as
signments of niembeia to territory. To
Mr. Andrews wiih ntpignrd tho territory
of NobrHskn, Colorado, Wjominc, Idaho
nnd California. All bills relating to tho
slides w ill bo referred to him for exami
natian nnd uction before boing roported
to tho houso. Tho great iiumber of
invalid pension bills already introduced
in this congrefs will make tho ropro
Bontntivo from tho Fifth NobrnBka dis
trict n very busy man during tho com
ing six months. Mr. AndrowB was also
in ttdo chairman of a Felcct committee of
the privat" land claims committee to
c oiihider the bill introduced by Mr.
M oyer of Louisiana, involving u tract of
land in that state, a claim that has boon
ponding settlement since 17S1. Adams
Geo. HiiUmThoT7u. T.McN'itL A. 11. Gray
nnd Jut). TomliiiFou wero in Grantl Is
land this week attending tho Nebraska
State Firemen's Association as represen
tatives of tho Ked Cluud department,
"I Imvo ku It i red a grtnt denl from hu
veru attauks of heiuhioho. I procured a
bottle of HootlV Sur-inpiirllhi, nud when
I hnd tnkeu two bottlis I was well, nnd
hnve not been trouliltd with htmduohc
luoe." Miss Isa Culkinc, lloopur, Neb.
Ilooti' l'ills euro iudtgeatiou, billoui-
Card or Tliauks.
We deeiro to return our hoartfelt
thanks to the ninny friouds who ussiatod
ub during tho sickness of our dear sou,
Alfred. Their many kindnosnoB wo can
M. Jonii WF.nNr.n and Wife.
H&d Ayer'n Alinanno, which yoor drag
gist will gladly hnud you, nud note tho
wonflorfol ares of rheumatism, catarrh,
oorofilo, dyspepsia, eczema, debility,
hamore, nud sores, by tho use of Ayer's
Saraapurilln, thu only Bnrsaparilla admit
ted at tho world's fulr.
Children Cry for
(Pitcher's Cat torla.
ODDS AM liXIKH.
C. S rotter is in tho city this week,
lloyd Muiifcell returned this week
l'rof. Cnfltor whs in tho city tho first
of tho woolc.
.John Story of CowIcb was in tho city
Alex Crary of Gtiido Hock wan in tho
city on Tuosday.
Cliarloy fiiirnoy went to Kansas City
this week with cattle.
Miss Myrtle Joihm whb vlsitiiifs friomlB
in this city this week.
Mr. J. Meliordof Guide Iloelc wiw a
pleasant caller thin week.
A complete now lino of wall pnpor at
Taylor'a at bottom priced.
From thin tini on you can f,'nt lifty
loaves of bread for 51 00. W S lloaso
K. t. Aljea was in Lincoln thin week
attending tho ntnto board of iiricuUiiro.
Mrs. V. V. Hadley, dremi maker. Ies
idonco. three blocka wet of Minor's
lid Cook, who has been railroading on
tlio Union I'acillc Tor bohib nioutliB, m in
tho city thin week.
Percy MulJride of Lohanon, Kan., was
NhovviiiK lilinHjlf to hid many lied Cloud
friends one day thu week.
Mrc, 15. Iloby received a uorious
rail on tlio cidowalk the other day and
received a very eeriouu injury.
When jmi want a nice Hiiinuth olmvo
or hair-cut, uivo Geo. F-mtresH a call
Ono (loorhouth of tho Hon 'J'on IJakory
Mr. GeHtriiii; of Koeiiniut wan a pleas
ant caller this week while tloinn busi
ness in this eity. Ho was accompanied
by two friends.
Wonder why tho city authorities don't
have tho sidewalltB in front of tho old
rink pmporty ll.wd up? They aro ab
solutely dangerous to life and limb.
In order to clear out, old stock, I wil,
sell all Koodh pu relumed of U M. Vatieo
at unfitly redueed prices. C'omo and
pri.'o thorn.--K. Nowhomo.
I'ho folliiwim; price uill rule at tho
city livery stable hereafter: Terms to
hay, 10c. V.m. ISii'Iiaimixon.
Today wo are payiiit; I'10 following
'I'iiiUcnh per Ib 07
Quiek in elTeei, heals nnil hmuw no
m'ui, lliiriiitiu', Hcaly, nkin eniptiiiim
iiiit-Ulj eured l.y I)i Witt's Witeh llncl
Salve. Applied to IjnriiH, hi'iiIiN, old sores
it is utimieiil in elJVi:t. Alwuysunre-i piles.
O li County.
SAVED HIS LIFE
So says Mr. T. M. Rood, a highly
rospoctod Merchant of Mld-
dlotown, III., of a Young
Man who was supposed
to bo In Consumption.
"Ono of my customers, somn oi
years ago, had a son who had all
the H.vnuitouis of consumption.
Tho usual medicines atrordi'il him
no relief, and ho steadily failed
until ho was unable to leave his
bed. His mother applied to mo
for sonio remedy and 1 recom
mended Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Tho young man took it according
to directions, and soon began to
imnrove until ho becaniu well
and strong."-'!'. M. J!u:i, Mid- 2
illctowu, 111. o
"Some tiino ago, T caught a
severe coin, niv tnroai ami lungs o:
wero liadlv intlamed. and I bad :i o
terrible cough. It was.suppo.sed S
mat i was a victim oi consump
tion, and my friends had little
lioitoof recoverv. Hut 1 bought a
foottlo of Ayer's Cherry 1'ectoral,
took it, and was entirely cured.
No doubt, it Bitved my life."
l. ,Toni:s, Etnerts Cove, Tenn.
Aver's Cherry Pectoral S
Received Highest Awards o
AT THE WORLD'S FAIRS
1 IMUamW 1MMM1WMHMMM M !
.VolU'u lo 'I'eaflierh.
Notice is horoby given that I will
examine all persons who may desiro
to ofTor theufiolvcs as candidates for
teachers eftho publio schools of this
county, at Red Cloud on tho third
Baturdny of each month.
Special examinations will bo hold
on tho Friday proceeding tho 3d Sat
urday of each month.
The standing desired for 2d and
3d grado certificates is tho eamo no
grado below 70 por cent., average 80
per eeut; for first grade oortificato
no grado bolow 80 por cent., average
00 por oont. in all branohos required
1). M IlnNTiit, County Supt.
A 'ool Farm for Sule.
Four miles north-west of Rod Cloud,
containing 1G0 acroa. Tonus reasonable.
Apply to Mrs. Jus. Kirkwood, Fairfax,
AtcblBoa county, Mo, 15-Om
RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JAN 24, 1890.
On Wednesday evening at tho resi
dence of tho bride's parents occurred
tho wedding of Mr. David II. Knloy, ono
of Hod Cloud'a beat known and most
popular )oung men, to Miss Dora Hen
derion, the accomplished daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Ilendorson of this
city, tho Ilov. Geo. O. Yoieor saying tho
mjstio wotdB that inado tho two loving
hearts ono, tho coremony taking placo in
tho prcBonco or a very few relatives and
intimate friends of tho high contracting
At 3 o'clock Miss Ueatrix Mizor boan
playing Mendelshon'B wedding march,
and a fow seconds later an adjoining
door swung on itH hinges, and tho bridal
pair, accompanied by Mies Ldna Hen?
derson, the bride's sister, nnd Mr. V.
W. Cowden, took their places in tho
parlor, when Hov. Yeiser in his
usual pleasant way pronounced tlio
ceremony that sealed tho lives of two of
Ked Cloud's prominent joung society
people, and pointed out their destiny.
The groom, Mr. David II. Kaloy, has
lived in lld Cloud for a great many
j ears, almost from childhood, and Ib
known as a thorough business man,
and one of those good natured mon who
it is a pleasure to meet and convereo
with, while his bride, Miss Dora Hen
dirson Ib 8 well known, though not re
siding here iib long. She is highly ac
complished and cultivated, and in ad
niiralily suited to be tho consort of hor
esteemed husband, and together Tin:
Cnii.r believes, wi'l enjoy thoir now re
lations, and will travel life's journey
happily in conjugal felicity and wo, along
witli their numorous friends, take
great pleasure in extending to tlioin a
long and happy life, free fiom the caies
usually incident in tlio turmoils of life.
Immediately after tho ceremony and
congratulations a delicious wedding
supper was partaken of, after which tho
company and fi lends enjoyed tho hoipi
talitiesof tho family until a rcasonablo
Tho bride was liandt-omely arraved in
cream silk with pearl oriiamentH and
Tlio bride's maid, Miss Kdnu Ilendor
son, was dressed in cream henriotta and
Mrs. K. Skeen of Omaha, wore black
satin and jets.
Mrs. C. W. Kaloy wib dressed in groon
idlmtriPH with silver trimmings.
Mrs. J. L. Kaloy, Omaha, blue silk.
Mis. F. S. Heiiderton, black brocade.
Miss Jessie Henderson, white mull
nnil pink roses.
Miss Hay Letson wore a white Ions
dale, red roses.
Miss Nellie Kaley wore a whito hen-
rietta nnd luce.
Trix Mizer, black satin.
Miss Grace Hodino wore crepe diiBhiuo
and piuk carnations.
Mollio Ferrifl, beautiful lavender silk,
Mies P. D. Yeiser, elegant black silk
Tho groom wore a hnndtonio suit of
Mr. F. W. Cowden, acted as best man
a ud was drcwed in conventional black.
Tho company was received by the
bride's aunt, M rs. O. A. Skeen, of Omaha.
Tho young couplo wero tho recipients
of many ubeful ami handsome presents.
If suffering with piles, it will interest
you to know that DeWltt's Witch Hazel
Salvo will euro them. This medieino is
a specillo for all complaints of this char
acter, and if instrustions (which aro sim
ple) aro carried out, a cure, will result.
We hayo tested this in numerous eases,
and always with like results. It never
fails. C Ij Cotting.
Hon Ton lOcIrfuul.
Steak, Uroad and llutter, Cotreo and
Steak, Lgg, Hrond, Butter, Collee, and
third of ton inch pie.
The Hon Ton nlso soIIb two loaves of
bread for f conts, four for 10 conts,
twolvo for 2." conts, twonty-tivo for fiU
cents, nud fifty for 81.00, and guarantee
to give you llrst-class bread in overy ro
spoct, and I mako It out of tho High
Patent Hour from Ilivcrton, also High
Patent of Amboy. 1 camo to Red Cloud
to 6tay and will always givo tho peoplo
plonty for tholr money, and guurantoo
to compote with any opposition in my
business, Thanking ono and all for
their past patronage and hoping to con
tinue, 1 remain,
W. S. Hr.NKK.
Propriotor Hon Ton llakory.
If aBked the question, "Havo yon got a
ntomnohi" It would bo safe, on general
principles, to answer "Yes." Rat, If you
aro sure of It; that is, if you ever fool
nny distress after eating, or nny pains of
whatever description in tho region of the
stomnoh, yon have got something more
than au ordinary stomaoh; in other
words, you luve'got a diseased stomach.
The stomaoh is a powerful muscle, and
tho proptr remedy for a tired muscle is
rost. Try the Shaker Digestive Cordial,
for this cordial not only contains digest
ed food, which will nourish the system
without liny work on the part of tho di
seased organs, but it aids tho digestion of
other foods as well, Yon ean test its
vsIhb in ynr case for the trifling earn of
in iAtit. Mainnle bottles at this Mrioo
raro carried by all druggists.
LAXOLIs the best uiedloine for ohild
rn. Doctors recommend it in plaoo of
From this date I will sell for caBh
only. J. O. Cutler.
rr. Prlrp's Cream Uaklntr Powder
World's Pair Highest Medal and Diploma.
hi. i:. oti;s.
Hov. llummol itttendod tho funeral of
Mr. Leigh on Saturday last.
There is somo dilTorenco between u
debating club und a Sunday-school.
J. S. White is about iib young us any
of tho EpworthiaiiH conducting tho do
Tho new choir is to bo commended
for promptness and music.
D. H. Spanoglo makes a Urst-cliiES jan
itor and has our thanks.
Tho meetings nt tho Chapel aro to be
continued this week.
Tho mayor of our city giveB u bolping
hand by nttonding church.
Ellis Uriah (Julliford was baptised by
tho M. li. pastor.
I'ho I'ipworth llorald recoived lfiOO
Bubficribors ono dav last week.
MifB Clara Kellogg, ono of our faith
ful Kpworthians, attends school in
Mrs. Iiiiuin is winning hor way in S.S.
work by song.
Though sovoral of our workers havo
gone from among ub, others como in and
tho work movoB on.
All who enjoy good preaching should
hoar Hov. W. H. Alexander at tho second
quarterly mooting Fobrtiary !)t and 10th.
Miss McClelland reviewed tho S. S.
lesson to good advantago last .Sabbath.
Mrs. Wilson has regained hor hoalth
Biilllciontly to tako chargo of her girls
Thoro aro two or three Sunday-school
teachers who should bo present. Secure
a substitute or resign.
The faithfulness and regularity of
most of tho S. S. touchers is noted witli
Miss Mabel Saundorp, president of the
League, was called homo Sabbath even
ing on account of sickness.
The young men's class is doing good
worlc under the instruction of Professor
Tho "jots nnd dots" called out several
Smiles last Kpworth sorvico by thoir
many good points.
Tho time is coming when tho Kpworth
Leaguo and Sunday-school will bo the
two greatest institutions in any live
All our lied Cloud peoplo who beliovo
in preaching should aid in tho support
of tho ono church who keeps tho living
pastor on the ground these hard times.
Maine Woidman and Susie Rife pro
poso to bring tho Junior League to tlio
Vanco Foe presides at tho organ at
tho Chapel in tho evening meetings.
The young people at tho Chapel are
very much interested in tho meetings,
and uio in every way giving a helping
Subject of sermon next Sabbath
morning, "Christ's way of Soul-winning."
Subject for evening sermon, "The Al
phabet of Prayer."
Hov. J. W. Calfe of Aurora, Hov. Mux
Hold's old charge, writes he is enjoying a
Hov. Alexander writes thut tho work
in Hastings district is doing well, but is
short on thu money question.
When Baby was sick, wo (javo her Castorta.
Wlien slio vtiia u ClilUl, sho crk-d for Castorta.
When tlio liccnmo Jtlti, blio cIiuir lo Castorln.
When fcho had Chlllreu, bliu gave them Custorlo.
of srrrr.it i'c; fkom ih,i:s.
ICvmiirkiihlu Cure or l'opulur
Miijor Demi, orCuliiinliiiN,
People who sufFcr from that annoy
ing and obstinato di.seaso will bo grat
ified to loam that science has discov
ered a safe, convenient and simple
euro for every form of pilos, as tiio
experience of the popular Dean of
Columbus, Ohio, amply attests. Tho
Major says: I would like to add my
name to the thousands who havo been
cured by the Pyramid l'ilo Curo. I
know from experience that it is the
only remedy on earth that will effect
ually curo piles; plonty of remedies
givo relief for a time, but as for a
lasting curo I hnd tried nil tho Halves,
lotions, etc., without success. Six
boxes ol tho Pyramid Pilo Curo en
tirely removed all traces of a caso of
piles ot torty years standing.
You may rest assured tltat tlio Pyr
amid Pilo Curo has no staunohcr ad
vocate than nivsclf.
I fool that it is my duty to allow
you to use my naino in any way vou
may sco fit, in order that othor suffer
ors'inay thus bo directed to what I
fcol certain will bo a speedy roliof
The Pyramid Pilo Curo gives in
stant relief and a permanent curo in
all kinds of blind, bleeding, itching
It is is absolutely free from opiatos,
cocaUo and similar ptisons, so com
mon in pile oures.
Tho Pyramid Pilo Curo is sold by
druggists at at 50o and $1.
A book on oauso and oure of piles
will bo sent frao by addrossiug tho
Pyramid Co., Albion, Mioh.
The World's Fair Tests
" showed do baking powder
so pure or sogrcot In tc&v
ealng power as tho RoyaL
NOW 99 YEARS OUL
Mit. ati.M:ix iti:ins m:it vigorous om acse to
I'AIM'S C'Rlii:RY CMMiPOUXD.
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G lt?'s an uncommon thing to learn
ol persons reaching the age of Mrs.
Kmvle Hilo Griunull, and years of
good health such as hers conn) only
to those who mako use ol tlio vary
best means of keeping well.
No one will wonder that tho bright-
eyed old lad, uhose mind today is as
alert and cicxr as ever, should be mix
ions for other to try Paino's celery
Mrs. Kinylo Hyde Cirinnoll was
born in TJeiinington, Art., July fi,
1790, and i today living witli her
urandilaughter, tke wife of Martin
Fowler of Colcheter, Va., a beautiful
town near Fort Kthnn Allen. Her
Fat hor was a farmer and hotel keeper,
nnd sho lived upon the farm until her
marriage. Mr-. Grintiell has none of
the infirmities of old age. She ris-es
at daylight, works about tho house,
and when tlio weather will permit
walks outdoors. Hrr eyesight is o
good that hlic threads a needle and
many hours crocheting and do-
ing fancy work.
Sl. l-n,.ra nl,r,.na of
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the times, and is remarkably well in-jt roum, ,1( ., ,.,;, of raj)id and
formed upon many subjectp. She dc-1 hi-ting c m-s that embraces every city
clarcs that she does not fcol any older ! mid to-tn in the wide sweep of tho
than she has for yean, and if people ' 1'nited S-a-e
, lr , i .. i , It' leuiarnitbli1 power ovt r disease
half her ago enjoyed such good1.. . . ' , . ..
h J J b lie- in us siutivo repl'ieiiig ot worn-
health as she, thoy would consitlcr j MIt ,IIls l.y ..w, lusnlilit nsf and in
themselves fortunate. Sho has seven ' it hi'sling and pirifying action
children, four boys and thrco girls ' 'i"nng tl'o nnst minute tissues of the
two of whom aro living today. Mrs. ' b"'b'. h seareh. out the weik parts
. i at onoe, and sets lo work to build
Gnnncll writes: Ml,. ,u up. The .nd ho,)v feels tho
Coi.ciIESTKii, t., Oct. 11, ISO.). sireiig'li. ting ff.-eu of Panic's ccl
"Paipe's jolery compound has been ' ery eouipnnnd fnrhwith.
niv henlili nresoiver durinir tlio last.
few years. W heuevcr I have an ache
or a pain a few doses of this medicine
gives mo relief and strength. Ktw
A. O. IJ. V. ItlWOBlT.
Of Hod Cloud Lodgo No. 00, for the
i,i'.m:ieai. I'f.ND ur.ir.irrs
From Por Capita Tax....
From Initiation Fees....
From Hills Hocolvod
From Othor Sources
!i:i no '
Total c020 To
To Amt. Paid Huceivor SSD1 ?r
Halanco on hand S'M CO
linMll'It'IAllV I'USIl UKC'I'.ll'TS. I
From 11 Assessments c-JOS n0
Paid Hecoi vor during year D."j 00 ,
Halanco on hand 3 -I 00
nn.i.s, lti.cr.iVAiii.i:, L.Ncoi.i.r.trrKii.
On Grain Notes S'JIo CO'
On AssosBinout Notes CO 'JO ,
Total 1205 20,
.T. A. Hal-.m. Fin. I
li'rom Noyombor ii7, 1805, to Decomber
ill. as follows:
nnnaivo.i fm.n Plum. RnlmiTnit
Nov. '11, 180.r $ GO 8.T
Roc'd from Nov. 27 to Deo..'U... 181 70
Total recoipts 1233 Kl
From Nov. 2G to Dec. 31 39 75
... . ....... ,.
Uiuance on nanu )iyu is
iiENKriRiAitv ruNii RKUEiPTH.
Rocoivod of CluiB. SchutTnit Nov.
07 1895 110 00
Rocoivod from Nov. 27 to Doc.31, 305 00
Total racoipts ?321 00
1)1811 0 HSK.MF.NTS.
Nov. AsseBsmont No 10 103 00
Halnnco on band vJ'XI 00
II. B. Pond. Uoceiver.
Children Cry fOl
,. . , .
women, even though much younger
than I, enjoy a3 good health, for my
appetite is natural, my sleep icf resil
ing, and I can walk quite a distance
without feeling tired. IVop'c arc
surprised at my vigorous appearance
and activity, ulii.-h, 1 blivi, is the
rcMilt of my using P.iir.o's celery
compound. It lies eurnl in of con
stipation, and ii of gical. help to mc
win n nver-iiri'd.
Mits K.myi.i: IlYiir (Ihinxkm..
P.i: lie'-, cebry ouipound i espe
cially valuable fur recruiiing the
trength aiul .-pent energies of men
and women tidvaiK'i d in 'i.irs It is
tho one preparation consult r d worthy
the name of a true nerve f d and
blood lenicdy bv id.y-ice' through1
out the country. It is inscribed by
them in every stm,. m the union to
tone up llio stfcti'tii, tfgiilate the
liiivcs a Mil re.store health and
Nothing in the pi.t l.ii" oyer ap.
proi'ched it in i iiwer of bu'liling up
tvt itken 1 nervi iis-uih 'ii'd giving
strength to the it'-'l lm.lv Tn severe
(,''H "f pcrsi.ten h-a.la.die, dyspep-
!,,i'- Uflli .. ' L'.t itnu !ie..M,-sl..s!.) uuu
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hi iinrt'inic fw (i1tiihi Piinit'ti itilnrw
Give the ilm ve. a ohanne to reoov-
cr, and the entire body will regain its
health and strength. Tako Paino's
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t'o'igh ('urn and yoa havo Immediate re-
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invention Guaranteed most Sclcn-
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Electricity te applied directly to the
u-nr oi tnc Kumure causniL' n t-oiuruva i
llonandatrcngtltcnliiH of tliose ports,
i xsoucienuon irom uuuncssorwarc. io
those who are Ruptured, it will pay to
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curable. We warrant that the Elec
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tion. Call at our office. No charge fbc
consultation. Our " Treat Uo OM
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We have been before the Public tnanf
years, nnd our Electrical appliances bay ,
uecomc a rccognizeu stauaaru oi raw
A"e largescswunbUtacat ot ita Jtinui
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