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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1R96.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
A.O. Hohmkii, Killtor.
I.aiioyTait. Aist hnojil lwllor.
THE HON TON'S J
iii:, 'OPrEC. J
Reduction in repair
ing on shoes sold from
our stock only, others
Nuiiing mens' half soled !")0
I.n.llnn' lllllf RIlll'H . . '"'
BoyB lmir Bolon
Misses and outliB hult boIcb
ChildroriB' halt fcolos
See regular add , . e.
Cincinnati Hoot uud Shoo Store
A H. Kuloy, Pro
C. W. Kuloy wuh in Lincoln tluB woek.
Mrs. Jus. Burden wub in Woden this
Win. Ludlow is reported quite sick
Chris Fussier C llluo Hill was in tho
city this week.
Vint. Soliduy oC McCook who in Red
Cloud thia week.
W. II. Auntin of Franklin w.ib on our
Tom Penman huo put in boiuo elegant
now display cases.
P. A. C. ytovons of Lawrence, Kun.,
wob iu the city thin week.
Mrs. Jhb Harden will start a millinery
store in thu Moon hlock soon.
Chns. Schnlinlt is homo from Tosus,
looking as fresh as an oruugo.
Potcy MolJridu and K. P. Hutchison
wore over from Lebanon this weok.
Miss Hutlio Ilobs, from Noligh, Nob.,
is tho guust of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ivoss.
Mrs. J. S. Hmigh and Mrs. Thos. Pen
man wore visiting in Cowlos thlB week.
Isabel, tho Httlo daughter of L. M.
Vauco uud wife, died in Kearney tlilo
Tho district convention of Knightn
of Pythias tukru place, on tho 10th iu
Tho revivals at tho M. 13. church aio
progressing nicely. Kov. Hummel is a
power as a revivalist.
P. C. UuEchow or Blue Hill wan in
Red Cloud this week on business, no
made this olllco a pleasant visit.
All kinds of job work done nt this
oQlco in llrstchiss stylo, and at prices
that are in keeping with tho times.
Rev. E. A. Kussell of Ord, Nob., will
preach at tho Baptist church Sunday,
March 15. A corditd invitation extend.
Otio Miller of Kosomont was bo very
unfortunate it fow days ago as to lose
five head of horses, barn, grain, etc., by
Hro. Loss, orer $1000.
O. E. Adams of Suporior was in the
city this wook, presumably to ilx up his
gubernatorial fences; he did not call on
the Great Family Weekly, howovor.
J. Fred Peterson held ono of tho
largest public sales ovor held here
abouts. Ovor 80 teams wero prosout
and ovorythmg sold woll. Col. Winfrey
was the auctioneer.
Tho oditor of this Groat Family
Weekly visited tho hustling young city
of Cowleu on Tuesday lust, and found
tho merchants of thut place fooling good
and doing business.
Charley Arnold, Elm6r Schomorhorn,
I. Schomorhorn and A. II. Hans, of
Roaemont, wero pleasant callers tliiB
weok. In the futuro thoy will road the
Croat Family Wookly.
Androw Soderlin now languishes be
hind prison bare, whoroho was placed by
ordor of Judgo Porter's court. Sodor
lin was arrostod for bastnrdy, tho victim
being his stop-daughter. Both parties
hail from noar Cowlos. Ho wub bound
OTor to tho district court, having failod
to give bond. The cuso has created con
siderable comment at Cowlos, and iB u
choico bit of Bean. mag.
Highest Honors World' Fa.
MOST PERFECT MADE
A oure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. FrM
torn Ammonia, Alum or any other rdultcraat
4 YEARS THE STANDARD
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Fred Goblo came homo this weok.
Dick Gray was iu Suporior Tuesday.
Attorney Pottor now graces it now
Mel Sherman whb in Lincoln
Mro. D. J. J ml so n is Improving
Bernard MoNony wns in Lincoln
Thco Ponsor ha gono to Cripplo
Charley Iloiglo is in Hebron, visiting
Mrs, C. C. Cowden has been quite ill
11. I). Bedford roturned from Omaha
Richard Teunnnl returned to Iowa
J. W. Kiofer of Bostwick was in tho
W. J. Whitten was down from Ditto
Mrs. Ira Suvopor of Omaha wub in tho
city thlo weok.
Joe Kubick of McCook was in Red
Cloud this week.
Johnniu Wolf is quite eick with what
uppeurs to bo paraljsis.
Spring poetry is expected in large
quantities in a few days.
A comploto new lino of wall papor nt
Tu)lor'ti ut bottom prices.
Rev. E. L. Ely will preach in tho Con
gregational church Sunday.
Mrs. P. L. JelTorsof Idaho was visit
ing friends in tho city this weok.
J. A. Tulloys is homo thifl week, und
leaves Monday for Grand Island.
Anyono having n buggy for sulo will
do well to leave word at this olllco.
Mrs. Julia Merriman, who hns beon
visiting near Otto, has returnod to tho
Tho aged futhor and mothor of Wm.
Athorton wero visiting in tho city this
Wm. Ingalls' inothor-in-liiw has re
turned to her homo id Sterling, this
Geese are beginning to lly northward,
and by this wo muy bo Biire of un early
Ed Motcalf and wife returnod from
Lobunon, Kansas, on Friday last, uf tor n
Mrs. Thos. Wilson und littlo son, nyrl,
of Bentrice, have beon visiting in the
city for n week or two.
Rannoy McNitt hits boon eeloctod as
ono of tho judges ut tho oratorical con
tost at Croto on the 20th.
Grant Usher has gone on an oxtendod
trip oaot, west, and north, in the intorost
of the D. J. Myors real estate agency.
Noah Perry is quite sick und is con
lined to his bed yot. Ho ib troublod
with tho disease common to tho old sol
diers. Tho car of newspaper mon that passed
through hore bo mo two weeks ago, to
Cripplo Creek, returned homo on No. 10,
It would not bo a bad idoa for the old
Boldiers to look after D. J. Judson who
is strclling around the stroots looking
uf ter forage.
Tho friends of Goo. Hendricks in this
city will probably bo plasod to loam thnt
ho Iiub been converted into a bonodict.
Wo wish him happiness.
My big millinery stock will be hore on
Monday noxt, nnd will be opon for tho
inspection of the ladios of Rod Cloud.
Mrs. E. I. Bicknkll, Tho Milliner.
Rey. Goo. W. Hummel was called to
Bladen this woek to preach tho funeral
of Mrs. Abrnm Shoupo, who died thero
on the 0th. Sho wub the mothor of
Julian Supp received a letter from U.
S. Commissioner Yuncy of Tahlequuh,
Ind. 'I1., asking in rogard to Chester
Wade Pullor, who is insane at that
pluco and Bays that ho lived in Red
It Booms almost impossible for eome
persons to conduct thomsolves with
proper decorum when present nt public
meetings. The othor night, while nn
entertninmont was in progress at the
school building, somo large boys and u
fow youngor ones uehuvou outragoously.
An example will have to be mado of
somo uf these fellows somo day.
Last Monday ovo found a morry party
of our Red Cloud young ladios nt the
homo of tho Misses Minor, worthily ob
serving lont, not in Buck-oloth und ashes,
but ongaged in making somo protty,
serviceable, und much-needed garments
for a needy, but worthy family, tho ma
toriul having beon bought with tho re
mainder of the "proceeds'1 from tho
Loap Your ball, so, it tho lodieo have
but ono chnnco in four, they can prove
theniBolvps succoBsful llnunuiors in man
aging a purty, paying ull their bills, nnd
thon having somo left for charity. Now1
boys, whut do you propose doing in that
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Hhjheat Award. ,
ODIKS Xl FA'IKS.
Calvin Kenady was in the city this
E. P. Bolton was on our strcota this
D. L. Bishop nnd wifo of Franklin
woro In the city Monday.
Frank Richardson and wifo left Sun
day for Rochester, Ind,, wnoro they will
make tkoir futuro home.
An mutuary nntico ot ino uoiitu or
Isaac Cowleyof Bladon was unavoidably
crowded out this weok, but will appear
in our next issuo.
The fabulous stories told of Cripplo
Creek lire leading many pooplo to leave
this section. It will only tuko timo to
prove to them that all Is not gold that
Impoverished blood iiurb thnt tired
feeling. Hood's Snrsaparllln purities, eu
rlchuB and vltnlizea the blood, giving new
life nnd increased rigor nnd vitality,
Hood's pill are easy to take, easy to
operate. Care indigestion, biliousness,
It Crept up III Itui'k.
Ed Forn und fnmily Btarted out Sun
day to drive ncross tho rivor. Ho lighted
his Kentucky "niero shuin" nnd "licked
up" his steeds, and wub Hying rapidly
southward. Iu somo mysteriouB man
ner, tiro from his pipo lodged in somo
quilts iu tho vohicle, and. as ho speeded
along, tho south wind fanned the lire
into it blno. which Blowly but surely
crept up lid's coat-tail, which was Hap
ping in tho breeze, und, following along
tho Btilnul column, soon ronchod his hir
sute appendage, and when it did bo, ho
jumpou up into tuo nir about -U root,
nnd oxclutmod: "Gosh, my hair's on
Urol" Jim Poterson saw the wagon go
ing down thostreot, and it lookod to him
like nn ongino running to a tiro. Ho
quickly whipped up his pacer and
ronchod the scone in timo to be ot good
use, ulong with others. Mrs. Fern's,
clothes woro on tiro, nnd, hud it not boon
for an all-wool cloak, sho would havo
boon badly burned; ns it was, sho had
quito a lot of clothing damaged. It wub
it peculiar incident, and quito it wonder
ful escapo for the lady.
Quick in effect, heals and leaves no
senr. Hurtling, scaly, skin eruptions
quickly cured by DuWitt's Witoh Hazel
Halve. Applied to burns, scnldn, old sores
it is magical in effect. Always cures piles.
U Li Cottiug.
If the weather is fnvoriiblo to morrow
(Saturday) afternoon tho S. of V. band
will give ono of its splendid opon air
concerts on Main streot ut 3 o'clock.
Following is tho program:
March Royal Arcanum Hull
Ovorturo Brunswick Rollinson
Valso Brillianto Viola Curio Mora
March University of Pennsylvania
Russian Mazurku La Czarino. . .Gunne
Polka Fitter Putter Brooke
Murch Naval Roview Jennings
Sclutic RbcuuinllMin Cured.
L. Wagner, Wholesale Drnggist, Itloh
mond, Vs., says: "I hnd a fearful attack
of Scintio IUieumatism, was laid up al
most (wo months, wns fortunate onongh
to got MYSTIC CURE FOR RHEUMA
TISM. This cwred mo after doctor's pre
scriptions had failed to hnvo nny effect.
Sold by 11. E. Urico druggist, Red Clond.
ICdltress,;Mlss Mninlo Wi-lilcman.
litporitrs j Mary Haines.
Tho entertainment Friday evoning nt
tho school houso was a grand success.
Mr. Winters was u culler Wodnosday
We aro sorry to mention that ono ot
the 10th grado boys, Johnny Wolf, is
Tho book Miss McClelland is roadlng
is bocoming very interesting.
Mr. Elmor Kuloy was a cullor Tuesday
Thero will be anentortainmont givon
soon by tho pupils ot the high school for
tho purpose ot securing books for tho
In tho last weok's items wo stated
that Prof. Wilson had whippod throo
boys. This was a mistake.
From the proceeds duo to school from
the entertainment Friday ovoning, seven
now books woro purchased and placod
in tho high school library.
Honry Richmond was a caller Friday.
The floniors aro busy working on their
Tho examinations will tako placo next
weok, and the noxt woek wo will have
Tho geometry class will soon finish
geometry and will tako up trigonoraotry
Tho juniors finish goology this week.
Tho seniors have one of their num
bers, Mlau Jennie Bell, a surprise party
on Mondoy evening. A very pleasant
evening wub spent.
Two of tho senior girls had a small ac
cidont with an alcohol lamp Thursday
a. m. They wero trying to put it out
and ns tho oork was loose tho alcohol
caught fire, Alcohol flames were Boon
seen scattering ovor tho floor, but thoy
wero soon extinguished by pouring a
bucket ot water on them.
ed In 3 Duyi.
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind., says:
"My wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism
in every ransclo und joint, her suffering
wi.h turrible nnd hur body and luce wero
swollen almost beyond recognition; hnd
beon in bed for six weeks and hud eight
physicians but rooolved no boneflt until
she tried tho MYSTIC CURE FOR
RHEUMATISM. It gnve immedlnto ro
lief and she was nble to wnlk nbont in
three days. I am sure it saved hur life."
Hold by H. E. Grioo druggist, Red Cloud.
' I !
A Good Farm lor Sale.
Four milos north-west of Rod Cloud,
containing ICOuoros. TormB reasonable.
Apply to Mrs. Jas. Klrkwood, Fuirfax,
Atchison county, Mo, 45-0m
A high liver with a torpid liver will not
be a long liver. Correct the liver with
DoWitt's Littlo Early Risers, little pills
oure dyspepsia and constipation. U L
FARRIERS' INSTITUTE WORK
A Ileiieflclnl Gathering on
Tuesday, at Cowleu,
On Last Tuesdoy, March 10th, tho
Wobstor County Farmors' Institute hold
un ttdjnurnod mooting in tho Congrega
tional church nt Cowlos, at which timo
und plnco n fair sized crowd wub proa
Presidont Alyon called the mooting to
ordor, nnd Socrotury Myers rend tho
constitution and rules adopted at a pre
Tho program was carriod out, with
I. B. Hampton of Guido Rock read a
very interesting paper on "alfalfa and
kafllr corn," which wub listened to with
marked nttontlon. Ho produced somo
lino Bpocimons of alfalfa, which woro
grown on bottom und up-lnnd. Both
wero thrifty and hud beon sown nbout
one yenr ago. Ho thought alfalfa could
be grown on high laud un woll as
on tho bottoms; ho would not use press
drill, ho Btiid, but would sow broadcast
ho thought proas drill wns it disadvan
tage; ho hud known it to bo winter
killed, but only iu instances whore goph
ors hnd worked iu it; if hogs wero
turned upon it in winter, they should
havo their noses cut oo thoy could not
root, ns that also injured the plant; ho
also bellovcd that sowing too Into was
injurious; nlno, sowing ovor 15 pounds
of Bood operated against its growth.
Ho said that Kallir corn should bo
planted nbout tho saino time as Indian
corn. Thoro was no second growth to
Kallir corn; It should bo ground to feed.
It wub a splendid feed, uud tho foddor
Mr. Gnrrot Ohmstedo of Guido Rock
spoko briofly nnd to tho point on sub
Boiling. Tho speaker said that iu Ger
many, his nntivo country, they nubsoilod
dilTerently, going down eevon or eight
foot, and doing it with spades; in this
country thoy only wont from 18 to 20
inchos. Ho talked tt fow minutes on
irrigation; said that ho had put 2000
barrels of wator on a quarter ot an acre,
nnd nould not tell whero tho wntor went
to; he used it windmill and u 100 barrel
tunic. Tho quarter of an acre wub buIi
soiled. Hurry Hopkins of Cowles had sub
Boiled it garden spot, but what was vory
queor to him wub to find that tho water
would not go into tho boiI. Ho investi
gated and found that a crust Roeiuud to
havo formed undcrnouth tho ourfaco
that kopt tho wator from soaking into
Honry Gilliam hud tried subsoil irri
gation; hnd mado it bod i!xl rods and
hud pumpod water by windmill Into the
dead furrow, but could Hot fill it. On
investigation, ho found thnt tho wuter
had entered tho soil overywnero
u. '. xrunuoy ttiougiii unit wo wero
going too fast; tho timo to Bubsoil wub
in tho fall. If dono in spring, und thoro
was a dotlcient rainfall, subsoiling was u
disadvantage. You must not expect re
sults at once, but would got It tho fol
lowing year. Tho ground that ho had
subsoilod last season was in lino shapo
this spring. Tho idoit of Btibuoiling wub
to crouto u rosorvoir enpucity. Tho
spoakor said that in 1891 lie plowod
furrowH through u patch of ground und
irrigated it plenty; this your, whon ho
wub digging post-holes for it garden
fonco, ho could go down onsily, but whon
he BtoppodBixteenfoetdiBtant.it took ull
his cITort to dig oightoon inchos.
Tho discussion on subsoiling and irri
gation was most interesting, und brought
out n great many facta that wero not
Mr. Alva Piorco was noxt on the pro
gram and road an oxcollont urticle on
poultry. Ho believed thnt Iioiib woro
ono of the main stays of tho farm homo;
thoy should bo cured for and fed well.
His fuvorite was White Leghorns; ho
also likod Black Spanish; both woro
good layers and wore splendid for tho
O. E. Putnam discussod the hog ques
tion in a manner thnt showod that ho
had made a carotul study ot the ques
tion; ht thought that full blood stock
was bettor than grades; they woro hard
lor and fattened much quicker. His
favorite was tho Borkshiro. Thoso
proeont took up tho subjoct and die
cussod It pro and con, somo boliovihg
thnt tho Poland China was the best.
Their foed was touched upon and L. II.
Rust thought thut corn, outs and bran,
soaked was the food; Mr.Putnum thought
that mill food was the best.
Mr. Ohmstedo bolteved that vory little
crn nnd more boots was what a hog
noedod as food, and, if thut waB done,
thoro would bo less sickness among
hogs. He had fed hogs 10 years and
hud lost but n vory smull por cent, and
rocoivod bettor results than thoso who
fed all corn. I. B. Hampton said ho fed
his hogs cano and found that it was a
very fine foed; Wm. Engols said that ho
had dono tho enme thing with good re
sults; Harry Hopkins thought thnt su
gar beets wero about tho right BtufT for
Tho program wns completed at this
point, nnd, on motion, the next meeting
was set for Guido Rock, March 18, 1890,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
Permanent vice-presidents woro then
elected for Pleasant Hill and Elm Creek
townships, ns follows:
PluuBant Hill, H. L. Hopkins.
Elm Creek, O. E. Putnum.
Mr. Job. Gurber thought thut two
critics should bo appointed to tuke up
subjects after discussion.
Tho prsaidont unnouncod that Prof.
Cniiinboll, oditor of "Soil Culture" ot
Sioux City, Iowa, would uddrets the
people of Guide Rock at thoir meeting
on tho 18th. Thisgontloman hassovoral
experiment stations, nnd is experiment
ing on "sub-surface packing, demon
strating his theory by practical methods
The U. & Gov't Reports
shour Royal Baking Powder
.Mfirfor to all oUunu
lhat heritage of rich and poor, has saved
many a life. For Throat and Lung affections
It is invaluable. It never fails to cure Cough,
Cold, Croup and Whooping-Cough. DR. BULL'S
COUQHSYRUPjs the best. Jicej cents.
CkM LANCE'S PLUGS. U Great Tokieee itMN,tOc. DmIwi or MM.A-C.Mefw ACo.,Bit.,Ma,
AVu have, just received a large assortment of Little Giant
School Shoes for little men and women.
Kemeinber we are sole agents.
CINCINNATI BOOT 10 IE Wl
Wau is Probable
nut anoint r narcrnm
blocks for Less Than
We only havo a few and imi the are go'ir 30U can
gut. no more for ihu -anie prine. So get a hargnin
uhile u can. If mi don't until a elect, gel it watch
lliey ar jiiKt ns cheap, in
Newiiousk liuos., Jewelers nnd Opticians.
In V. Nnwlinuse'H Dry (lnnt1n Hturo.
that it in tho way to bu sure of a crop iu
this country in nearly every ciibc.
l'ifoniiAM nut d.ini: hock.
SubSurfano Packing, Prof. Campbell.
Dairying, G. W. FranoiH.
JlogH, O. Ohinetede, N. Petors.
Horticulture, Oeo. llngan.
Poultry, J. II. Severne.
Tiio object of those ineetlngn will be
to secure good BpouUcrH, and to obtain
an interchange of idonn, nuch ub will
tiunelit the fanning couiuiunitiuB. Farm
era ehould make it it point to be ut nil
of theBo meetings; it ia the only way to
hoIvu tho probleniH that aro now upon
ub, viz: "How to improve farming iu
Nebraska and Kiiupuh, and what crops
nre tho bent to put Into the ground."
Such dlHCUBnionn aro for the uolobeno
lit of the farming community, and
should be largely attended.
"I have uevor had a day's n!oknoan In
my life," said a iniddlo-ngud man the
other day. "What a comfort it would be,"
Highs Rome poor invalid, "to be in bin
phtoo for a year or two." Yet half of the
invulid wo hoo might bo junt no healthy
as he, if thoy would only tako proper caro
of thouiBplvts, eat proper food and di
It's bo atrango that such simplo things
nre overlooked by thosn who want hoalth.
Food makes health.
It makes strength and health wards
off sickness. Tho man who had nevor
keen sick was strontr because he always
digated his food, and yon ootid become
the same by helping your stomaoh to
work as well as his.
It will make yon strong and healthy by
making tho foed you eat make you fat.
Druggists noil it. Trial bottle 10 cent.
Whnl About Ut
Editok Chief: Somo few weeks ago
Borne sixty or sevonty dollars wero con
tributed by tho citizens ot this place for
an afllictod family of thifl city. They
have rocoivod twelve or liftoon dollars
only of this amount; tho family is vory
mucu in noeu 01 tins monoy. win you
kindly ask tho question in your noxt
iesue, what has becomo of this monoy
ni.d why it has not beon paid to them ?
Tho pop stood on tho burning sand
His foot woro badly blistered,
Ho hold the "Nation'' in his hand
And tho wind blow through his
Thero will bo a hot iubboI for tho may
oralty to-night at the court-house. Wo
understand that thoro are sovoral candi
dates for tho olllco, Tho naraos ot O.
V. Dow, M. H. Buntley, and severnl
others havo boon montionod. What
Red Cloud wants Is rigid economy, nnd
either one ot tho gentlemon mentionod
would mako acceptable ofllcers, as far as
we aro concornod, Tho ollicors who are
nomlnatod to-night should pledgo them
selves that thoir ealarioa will bo donated
to the city's uso for tho coming yeur.
Tho last council hao made a good show
ing, nnd tho now morulms must do
equally ub woll.
For about 75 head ot horses. Write
mo your tortus, amount of pasturage etc.
Thouah E. Kelly,
Latest Style !
Best Leather !
Only iiiie quality, nnd that tho best.
Satisfaction guaranteed on each nnd
The greatest wearing Children's ShoeB
on earth. '
Congo Onlf Patent Tip.
Congo Cull' Solar Tip.
Misses' ICil, Mutton, whito
si itch, razor toe.
Misses1 Kid, I'ul., sipiaru toe.
Tans iu all Mixes.
ll)n' R.iK"r Toe, to fi; Hoys' Opora
Tims llojs' Square Too,
A. il KALliY. Prop,
of fen nu in c
, miihIi:)-m'Iioo1 Convention.
One or two of the pchools havo eloct
od iih their delegatcH hoiiiii of tho presont
oIlicerH. Wu want 11 large representa
tion from each and every school. Dear
hi iiiiml that the oIIIc'th ut nur schools
lire delegated b) virtue of their nfllcoa
and in addition to them ou are entitled
to aunt her tlelegatn for every twenty
inetubeirt or fiaclii'iial part thereof of
your enrollment. Siiuh mii iihUh what
will Iim the priib.iblo cost f tho delo
gates at the coiivcntiimY Vnur board
und ImUiiii; will not cunt )oii one cent.
Who ia 1'iitiilml t thin uiitrrtniumont?
Ail minim. !', all Sunday ich ml olllcera
mid delegates, all whoso unities urn on
tho iiO;rain, and nil Sunday school
A few of the Sunday Mihools have not
pent hi thnir annual rnpi.riH yet. Pieaso
do ho at once, aa vw want them in time
to mako up tho county leport beforo
tliit convention. If jour bc1im1 iaciuaed
for the winter, let the old nniceresee to
it that your report is Hindu up uud Rent
In. Wo aimed to mail blank reports to
overy nohnul in tho county. Porhupa
wo havo overlooked you or you bay
mislaid it. Do not lot anything uuswev
for an excuse, but Bond ub word und wa
will ui.o that you aro supplied.
Somo of tho Sunday school secretaries
aro asking what kind of u historical
skotch of thoir Sunday school is expect"
od of them ut tho convention. Allow
mo to RUggest thnt you got tho date,
names ot olllcers, and number ot charter
momhers ot Drat organization it possible.
Then follow it up very briefly to date,
making mention as to whether it has
ru n alorg continuously or (.nly at inter
valo. Whut is tho condition now. You
cun mako thin onoof tho interesting foa
turoa of our convention.
L. P. A i.iuiioiir, Proaident.
la never done, and It la especially wuariug
and wcarlaomo to those whose mImiI to
lmpuro and unfit properly to toue, sus
tain, and renow the wastlnp et nerve,
musclo and tissue. It is more because 01
this condition oi the blood that women
aro run down,
. Tired, Weak, Norvout),
Than bccauBO of tho work ltsolf. Jdvery
physician says so, and that tho only rem
edy is In building up by taking u good
ncrvo tonlo, blood purifier and vltallzcr
likonood'sSnrsaparllla. For tho troubles
Peculiar to Women at cbanga of season,
cllmato or llfo, or rcsultlnt; from hard
work, norvousnees, and impure blood,
thousands havo found relief and cure in
The One True Wood Purifier. II Ir bottle,
Prepared only by O. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Maw.j
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