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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, MAY 22, 18DG.
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You will And ono coupon
InMcIo ciu'h two omico ha?
and twocouponslusldo each
four ounce uaKoflllackw oil's
Durham. Buy u bag of tills
celebrated tobacco uml read
tlio coupon which Rives n
J ll&t of vuluablo presents and
how to gut them.
Mrs. J. Graves and Minn Msggio
Barrett woro visiting frictiids iti Kcd
Cloud ono dii) lust wci k.
At u meeting hrlil at Mt. Hojtcj
Mnv 11. to make HMiimi-iuptits for
Decoration Day tlio following arrange
iiiontH weie modi:
Committee on arrangements V. 11.
Bcrivner. 1 S. Fair und R C. Wilson.
Conunitli-c of Indies on music, Mrs.
Corbeti, Mrs. L. Hnrrett and Miss
M ria D.ivis
Committee on hand music Win.
Barrelt, A. Oillis, Dan Grcwell, C. W.
Mr. Sarivncr was elected marslial of
Committee on fixing eats Clin".
Barron, Albert Sonvuor. Sni Mount
ford. Clan Pair and W Francis.
Voted to inert Fridiy morning to
fix tlio uround", and at 10 o'clock
Saturday to decorate.
j! r t t rlT Zibbbbi SLLLLssssB
Who flrt beholds the light of day
In epring'u sweet gentlo May,
And woiirs nn EMERALD all her
Shall bo a lovod und happy wife,
15 Years Practical Experience
In FlttiuK Spectacles. Come in whou needing glosses my atock la
full and comploto of ull kinds. Will guarantee- you u fit and save
you uionoy. Your
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing
soliciloil . I gu;irnntio ull work, any defect In same made good FREE
of cuujge. Ditllcult lloo watch work a i c i pi .i i . . . ;
Watch Exumim-r for II. & M. R. R. THOS. PENMAN.
l0 Kewaril, 9 1 00.
Tho rendurs of this paper will bo
plrafcd (o It am that there Ih at lenst onu
(lreaduil illHiiirfft that eeieticu Iiiih beou
able to cure In all its Htntfe and that is
catarrh. Hull's (Jatarrh Cure is the only
poiltiVM ouru now known to tho medloal
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitution
al diBeno rHjuiro a eoiiHtitutional tern
edy. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, aotinR directly upon the blood and
mucous snrfacos of tho system, theroby
destroying tho foundation of tho disease
and idvlui: tho patient strength by build
ing np the constitntion and assiating na
ture in doing its work. 'I he proprietors
have bo mnoh faith in Its curative power's
that they offer one hundred dollars for
any case thet it fails to cure. Bend for
list of testimonials. Addrass,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
CSTSold by druggists, 76o.
THE - ORLEANS - COLLEGE
Summer School Chautauqua.
amom; out TACl 1l'Y.
Wm. IIAWJiKY SMITH,
Author ol" "Evolution of lodd,"
and who a-MHlid Bill Njo one soa
SM'T. W. H. SKINNKK,
FiSlVeuitnl Nebraska St.tc Teach
cars' A-Koe. itiou.
MRS. E. V. TI'CKKU,
The great Primary and
ton T. achcr.
PKOP. J I'. MlMiKK.
Editor i ''x Nnrthvcs!rrn Journal
of Edni .,1.1'
T.'nOR.I V 1I0S(
XifltMtriJt iri Mdmt of thu V. T. S.
VK nnd i'it (Jrudiuto of the
'PYicajio 1 i.iv
AMONG OUlt LECTURERS.
REV. T DEWTTT TALMAGE,
Over :illO,00() newspapers publish
his sermon every week, reaching
DAVID C COOK,
The editor and publisher of Sunday
School Litorature, and founder of
tho 1. A. II. Circle.
DR. .KHKI'U T. HEK11Y,
Editor i the Epworth Herald, nnd
the greatest Leaguer in Ainorica
DR M. M PAllKHlinST,
The Knur, nt Cliau'iauquan and Un
1 t' 1. . 1 1... T!!l,l
tSll). riVaiC'i i puuuuui ui niv jiu.u.
AMONG OUR MUSICIANS.
MISSLOl'FK M. LINNEIJARGER, of Chieige, tho finest solo cornctiBt
N of sacred song In tho wr.t.
MRS. II. K. ESTHKBROOK, who as u Pianist stands Imperial Leader from
Omaha In Denver.
I'KOF. T. MARTIN TO WNE, whoso musical compositions aro sung and
i.pprcuiated by tho English spu-iking world.
Ono It. 11. laru for round trip; ono half fare lor children under 12 years
of ago. Fine grove; uood water. Tents to ront at low prices. Splendid
paBturo for horses for thoso who drive over. Prcparu for an outing on tho
Republican mer. Combined plcasuro with profit.
RHMEMRER THE DATE!
Opens June 1; - Closes June 27.
Detail' d Cat 1ogiu
will soon bo rend. Kor further information
J. L McBRlEN, Dean, Orleans, Nob.
Everrott Bean had a nieo steer
killed by lightening reoently.
Mr. Stoughton of Campbell put a
well down for Mr. Hansen last weok.
S. S. Bailey of Red Cloud was in
this ritinity looking after his farm
interest Ifnday last.
A wolf killed Heven pig for Mr
Crabill so ho tracked her to hor don
and by a littlo digging ho found sovon
joung wolves. An oven exchango iB
Mrs, Bretthaner and son PmiI woro
visiting at Mr. Eppors near Itivorton
Bon Reed and family from near
Ioavale were visitors at Wm. Crabill's
ono dav this weok
Ely Sorgenson nnd family woro
peasant callers nt Rev. Beau's Mon
day. C. M. Wilon of Otto was in this
neigliboihood latter part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Graves received the
sad intelligence Saturday of tho death
of one of their daughters, whn was
living in Iowa. Stiinnku.
All instantaneous cough cures eontnin
opiates and nro liable to dry np tho
phlegm nnd mnens In the bronehlal tubes
and lungs, tlmreby causing cnugustinn.
Wo itUHrnnteo I)ei:K' Clmrry Cough
Slyrup against this danger. C IjCottin;;.
Mr ltibinson is very sick,
0, R Pitnnv nnd family were visit
ing at J. 0 Wilson'..
Tho Now Virginia nunuay-scliool is
preparing for Children's dv.
Peter Nelson and A. N, Wilson
traded horses Saturday.
A, Erickion had a younc; borne
drop dead while working it Monday,
It is said that Johnuio Marker was
heard singing "She is my Aunio nnd
I'm her Beau," all day Monday.
Johnnie Phillips was over on Indian
orcok tranBaoting business Sunday.
John Sorgonson who has beou in
Minnosota for several weeks looking
up a location has returned.
0. V, Kelly and family from near
Itivorton and Johnson Wisccarver
woro guests at 0. II. Wilson of Otto
Who is kicking about the rain ?
ltains have been booked every
twenty-four hours for Nebraska.
Druggist Hicks is lenovatiug his
ZolT, Anderson, and Haller shipped
a oar of hogs to Omaha Tuesday.
J. E. Yost was somewhat indispos
ed nn Tuesday.
W. Haiiis has found emplojment
on the section.
Miss Day returned to her home la-d
Saturday after successfully teaching
a nino months term of school.
Miss Emma KaulTman spent a few
days tho lore part of this week with
Mrs. J, It. Horn.
Mrs. Watkins of Blue Hill was em
ployed by Mrs. B Leo this week.
Miss Minnie Reed wns visiting nt
Red Cloud lat week.
While playing ball ono day last
week 0. Wheelau could not maku n
baso hit but instead got an ojo hit,
consequently ho has only ono pooper.
His eye and face wero badly swollen
but he is gradually regaining his
School clastd Friday with cxcroiscB
in Miss Day's room. Quite u number
of parents nttended tho excroisos and
seemed to bo wl! pleased. Miss Day
seems to have porfect control of hor
pupils and knows how to handlo them.
Tbtir recitations and dialogues woro
well rendered whioh shows thai thoy
have had good thorough training
while under her ohargo.
Every farmer is anxious to got his
corn planted for fear it might happen
te rain ono of these dajs.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Report
AntlMiy. and cultivation has begun in the
Mis Doll Auxicr is vibiting hor eastern, central and southern ooun-
prents ut Cowles ties. Some replanting of corn will bo
George Prase was visiting nt Am-, noeessary on account of washing by
A. II. Carpenter and family and
Joo Saladen and family wcro visiting
nt Amboy Sunday.
G. W. Baker, wife and daughter
Ida Iclt biinday over Innu to llemlloy
for a two wcok's visit.
Z. Barnes and G. W. Baker wcro
calling in Inarnlo last weok.
E. A. Tcrrill was n caller hero one
day this week.
I. Frisbio was in tho wost visiting
Mrs. Young loaves this weok for
a visit in Kansas.
May 10 tho Christinn Y, P. S. C.E.
of Red Cloud enmo out nnd held a
mooting with our society and May 17
tho Congregational Y. P. S. C. E.
came and joined with us. Very
pleasant meetings wcro hold and en
joyed by all. Wo regret that thoy do
not came oftcner.
How to Treat n Wire.
(From Paoillo Tfeatth Journal.)
First, get a wife; sooond, bo patient.
You may have great trials and porplexl
ties in your holiness, bat do not, there
fore, onrry to yoor homo a cloudy or con
tracted brow. Your wifo may havo trials
which, though of less magnitude, may be
bard for her to bear. A kind word, a
tender look, will do wonder in chasing
from her brow all clouds of gloom. T
tills wo would mid, always keep a" bottle
of Chumberlnln's Cough Hemedy In tho
hoosB. It Is tho btst nnd is sure to bo
iintdud sooner or later. Your wife will
then know that you renlly care for her
and wish to protect her health. For salo
by 11. i:. Grioe.
.St III wnler.
nro growing very fast
Oats nro growing very fast nnd
wheat is immonfco nnd corn planting
is about finished.
Lulu Orr bus rolurnod from Blue
Hill where tho has bocu for several
Efiio Isom, who lias been working
near Mt. Clare, has returned homo.
Roy Wells of Lawrence is working
for G. A. Wells.
Arch Loin is laid up with a sore
Geo. nnd Al. Purker from across
tho river woru visiting at Dave Fish
ols last Sunday,
Tho Epwortli Loaguo gave a very
good entertainment at tho ohuroh on
Sunday ovo. A largo orowJ was pres
ent. John Knigg hns more pnsturo than
ho Knows what to do with and would
like to tako in stook to pasture
FAITH CVIIC A GOOD THING
In Soho Discuses, But II Is a
Failure In Stomach Trouble
Mere faith will not digest your
food for you, will not giro you an ap
potlto, will not inorcaso your flesh
and atrongthon your nerves and heart,
but Stuart's Dyspepsia Tabids will do
theso things, becauao thoy aro com
posed of tho elements of digestion,
thoy contain tho juices, acid and pep
tones nooossary to tho digestion and
assimilation of all wholesomo food.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will di
gest food if placed in n jar or bottlo
in water heated to 98 degrees, and
they will do it niuuh moro cfTcctivoly
when tnken into tho stomnoh nftor
nicnls, whothcr you hnvo faith that
thoy will or not.
They invigorato the stomach, mako
pure blood and ttrong norvrs, in tho
only way that naturo can do it, and
that is. from plenty of wholesomo
food well digested. It is not what wo
eat, but what wo digost thut docs us
Stuart's Dvnonsia Tablets arc sold
bs neatly all druggists at fiO cunts for
lull si'-u package, or by mail from
the Stuart Co., MarsKnll. Mioh.
Send lor book on Stomach DisoaseB.
Dr. Price's Cream Unking Powder
A Pure (Iraec Cream ol Tartar Powder.
KOSS & UIFE,
Young mothers dread tho Stinnnor
racuths on account of the great mortality
nircrg ohildron eaaeod by bowo! troubles,
ruftU i.itoty may he nsaured thotu who
livtp ti. usi.il HoWlttM Collo Si Cholera
crri nr il n m"e -i ter it promptly. Tor
-ramp I It uh rr ' e Ivscntery, nnd ilinr
rhx:i it irlct.'H iMiu' uilt-f. O. L. Cot-ting.
Children Cry for
ctl In it Day.
Morton 1u Hill, of Lolmuon, lml., says:
"My wifo hnd Inflammatory Hhenmatism
In every muscle Hiid Joint, her milferins
wr.s turriblo and her hody nnd fucu wero
swollen almost beyond recognition; had
In en In bed for six weeks and hud eight
nlnsioinus but reeeUed no benefit nntil
Bho tried the MYSTIC CUUK FOIt
RIIKUMATlBM. It gave immtdlato re
lief und she was able to walk nboufc in
time days. I am sure It unveil her life."
Bold by II. Ii. Grlce druggist, Ueil Cloud.
Hlpiuiu T-ib il - nrc nnuson.
nipimaT.ibuIi'8: it di iiggi.au.
Itipnns I abules i ore ill..lni'B3.
Jtipnnh 'J nbiilee ctno lieailnchc.
Ulpiina T.ihulos euro ll.itulonce.
HIpniiH Tabules i lire ilyspophlu.
Itipnns Tnliules nsslat digestion.
Itipnns TnhulrB cm o bad brtntli.
Dr. Price's Crenm Baking Powder
World's Fair Highest Award,
Tho week hns been cool and cloudy,
tho temporaturo avoraging about
tbroo degrcos below tho normal.
FroBt s wero general the latter part of
tho w cek, but wcro moBtly light and
did no damago except in a fow nor
Tho rainfall has been vory hoavy
ovor tho oastoin third of tho stato,
amounting to upwards of six inohes
ovor a considerable area. In tho
wo titcrn part of tho Btato light rains
have fallen generally,
But littlo progress has been rando
in larm work in the enstern part of
tho stntn, owing to the nearly constant
rains, nnd tho wet condition of tlio
soil. There remains .omo corn still
to plant, in tho southern counties. In
the central part of the slate consider
able piogrcss has been mado during
tlio weok, yet thuro is much planting
to be dono and come ground to bo
plowed for corn. Tho eaily planted
coin over mo stato genorauy is up
heavy nun, and by ronson of the wet
condition of the soil
Sm ill giain has generally mado
good growth, nnd in tho eastern part
of tlio statu is jtiite rank. K)C is
over) it here lic.iiliug out, niid in tho
southern eouulios wheat is beginning
to head. Chinch bugi, whioh wero
beginning to do homo damage, havo
mostly besn destroyed by tho heavy
rains Grass ahd nllnlf'n have grown
vigorously, and in some places are
large enough to out for hay.
Fruit Iiiih MiHored somo damage
from tho high winds and warm
weather of tho early part of tho week.
Adams Too much rain; spring
wheat and oats look bad in tho nor
thern part of tho county on account
of tho wet weather, Wlntor wheat
looks fine. Planting mnoh retarded.
Potato bugs plenty. Fruit blighting
Cbaso Gold and dry; too oold for
eern and small grain doing extra well.
Corn two thirds or moro planted.
Frost on the 19th but no damage
Dundy Dry, cold woek. Wheat
and ots doing well. Corn planting
mostly done, Slight frost on 14tk
but no damago.
Frontier Rather cold for corn, but
tho showers havo helped tho small
grain. Prospects for fruit good.
Furnas 3ploudtd weok for small
grain and grass. Itathor cool for
corn. Farmers cutting alfalfa. Plant
ing nearly completed; somu up and
being cultivated; a good stand. Po
tatoes doing unusually well.
Harlan Wheat nnd oats looking
fine. Alfalfa tho biggest wo over had.
Corn nearly nil planted nnd coming
up nicely. Potatoes good, Somo
unmngo iroin nan,
Hiichcook Col and cloudy. Veg
etation growing rapidly. Wheat and
oats lino but ryo suffering from lack
of rain. Corn coming up nicoly and
soiiii- being cultivated.
Kuurncy Corn mostly planted and
coming up well. Pastures, gr.iin Hnd
gardens far in advance of the nver
nge. Fruit bettor than average.
Lincoln Wheat and com ihal aro
up and also wild grass doing nicely.
Light frost on tho 1 Uli but no dam
Phelps Cold and cloudy. Somo
com up nnd looking well. Small
grain is doing finely. Heavy rains
with somo hail injurod gardens some
what. Red Willow Corn about all plant
od und inuoh of it up. Ciops of ull
kinds doing well.
WnbRtcr Cool and wet. Wiutcr
wheat and rye heading. Alfalfa, oats
and spring wheat looking fino. Crops
not advanoing munh o x n o P IhmU.
Shortoiu'.iiinr lr us pain.
both mother ami ilillil ami lum i; r la i'
tlou moro iiivoralilo to v,HrS
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