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Barsaparllla ns a blood purifier and build
ing tip tncdlclno Icadu everything over
produced. It Id positively tlio best. Otheri
may make Ilia samo claim. 15 ut there's
this dlffcniicc: W'cpravoit. Not by an
tiquity, bat by Merit. Not by what
wo day, -gjw but by
What 3? Hood's
dooH. J M "it lino
a rec- " " ord of
Cures unequalled in medical history.
It positively, icrfcctly and permanently
cures when all otlrjr medicines fail.
That tlio keen discrimination of
tho peoplo recognises Un merit and
tho cures by Hood's Barsaparllla, Is
shown by tlio (act
that they -fa -ffla buy Hood's
Baranpn- UJSI rMnlnpref
eacnrv nnd AglC to tlio ex
elusion of all others.
Hood's Bnrsnpnrllla has a larger ealu than
11 other Mood purifiers. It wins con
fidence everywhere because- tho state
ment In IU advertising and testimonials
arp verified by all who tnko It. No other
medicine lifts ever received such praise, or
o ninny voluntary testimonials of won
derful cures. No other medicine ponseascs
the peculiar combination, proportion and
process used in preparing Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, and which glvo It merit peculiar to
Itself. This is tho secret of its wonderful
power, of ItH wonderful sales, of its won
derful hold upon tho confidence of tho
people. This is why it cures Scrofula,
8a.lt lthcuui, Catarrh, Rheumatism, all
Humors, Kidney and Liver troubles, Dys
pepsin, That Tired Feeling, builds up tho
Bcrvcs, crcatcsanappetltoand strengthens
tho whole system. Its merit, its sales, its
Mako Hood's Sarsaparlila tho One True
Blood Purifier. Sold by all druggists, f 1.
Prepared only liy C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Mnnri'c DSlIc ' ,,,l fmlly Mtlwrtlo
IllHJU S fills ni llrer Mlmulant. Kaiy
to Uko, cmjt tu operate. All tlruRgUU. S3 cent).
6iiltcrlilloii, - $l Per Annum
liiviirluMr III Advance
Entered ut the Pout Olllro In Hint Cloud, Neb.
ii mull iimtti'rof Ihi'Hrcoiid class
. Himmkh, Killtor.
I.Altuv Tait. Aswt luteal Killtor.
SVTOaiT CIRCULATION 1,300.
llATI'n OF AliVKIlTIMKf
Trot. i'ihiN, 1 Inch or If si per year $0 00
Bl ntlis :i no
Tluif immihi 2 m
I'll Inch ui'UM'ur $1 M
!'-r iix'li iUx iiwntlii :i iio
Per imli tliri'e inmitlii a III
Hkm'IrI tn't'cpi per Hue or lino spare, llrst
Tiiitisloiit Hpi'dals, payalilo Invariably In ad
vance, pi'rllnu Id cents.
All i ratlins nntlivs In tin1 n.itiiieo? advvrtlso
UH'iitf or putts, t ci'Ms per line.
I.tutil i oilers nt IitiiI tali's, lr.i Turn iunre
i ifii Iik s of Nnniiait'll ni loss,) tlrst inihlle.tilon
t '): fur twli BiiWipieut pulilU'.itliill, oei
M "piriviii'd pnitlnn" contractu made
All nniii'i in iiimiih linblliviilini must hi ro
ei'iW'l nl tills nfllcu unt later Hutu ViIiioJ.ii
AittoiilsiMiiiMiii cannot lm nrili'iril m.t for
Hi' iii'icni Mvck liitt'i than 'lhii'siia.
For CongroHrt 5th District,
W. K. ANDRRWS ot Hastings.
It cow looltB liko Goo. D. Moiklejohn
would ho tho nominee for governor,
Capt. Adams ot Superior is making a
client campaign for tho gubernatorial
ollhco, v.ith fair tiroqpects Iio thinks,
Tiik Ouiutiu exposition bill hue pitsecd
through CongrcsB unJ has ben signed
by the president and now the Omnhogs
Hon ,1. A. I'ipki; will get tho nomina
tion tor secretary of stuto on llrst bullet.
He has tuado an excollont olllcer and
should bu renominated.
"orewpry'wero blown down. The Hum
mer high school, at Eleventh and
Spruce; MeDennot's saloon, Eleventh
nnd Chcsnut; the central emigrant hta
tlon on the opposite conn r, and Jero
Shulinu's livery stable, Kltncnti. --
It coate Wotwtor couuty $21 00 per
day for the supervisors to sit in Boeelon
and wart for the Oak Creek asBoenor to
come in with his books, but ho nevor
came until he was sont tor.
Nkxt wook, in all probability, wo oh a I
be ublo to unfurl our banner with Ihe
oames of Willitun McKinley for preei
deut und Thos, H. Reed for vico.prcsi
dent. A team that could not bo beaten.
CoN(ii3F.ss has adjourned. Now it
Clevelacd could adjourn all would be
well. When ho pasBes out of the white
house, dawn tho step, his Jlght will go
out und dio will be left ia the dank,
whero ha will remaiu, unlaced und ooe
tleiued by friend and foe ulrko.
Thk free silver republican delegates of
the St Louis convention talk ut bolting
4bo convention, eayo thu State Journal,
it the freeailver tieatinn is not fully
reco,-nizod. Wo hardly think it. Moat
republicans feel thnt there is much
aioro iu the turilT qiuntioii then there is
in the fry) siiver ngltnlion.
Buy 1 Oreo. ulmt fix j cars old, weight
l.C.)'. Cm it cm 1 1 o titiuo iy callinj:
tu C. W, BujuEc, Rid u'.uni).
Following id thu progrum of tlio
Fourth of July celobrutiou to bo held in
I ted Cloud:
One hundred and twenty guns ut nun
rise. At ton o'clock, procession forma nl
flrctnen'ti hnll and mnruhoa to Hint street;
tlnnco bouUi to Fourth uvenuo;. thenco
west to Seward street; tliooco south to
Socond uvonue; thonco oast to Webster
streot; thence north to Sixth avenue;
thenco west to court Iioubo grovo, hoad
Muyor and City Council.
Kcd Cloud S. of V. Hand,
Spenkor and Hscorto,
Master of Corenionlen,
Itod Cloud Fire Department,
UIcjbIo Urigrade, undor command of
F. W. Cowdon,
HuHlnPBS Man's Display,
Representation ot States by Young
CilizoiiR in CarrriBgoi",
Delegations from country,
Uncle Sam in Costume,
Arriving at tho court-houao park,
there will bo
Music by S of V. Hand,
Cull to order by Randolph McNitt,
Muster of Ceremoniep,
Prayer by Rev. J. K. Maxtleld,
Singing by Oluo Club,
Orntion by dipt. W. C. Henry of Fair
mont, Music by S. of V. Hand.
Music by S. of V. Hand
Ten mlnuto toasts by
K. T. Potter, "General Topics;"
J. S. Oilham, "Our United Country;"
Hon. C. W. Kaley, "Our Kducutlonal
Q. R. Chancy, "Our Rising Genera
tion;" J. M. Chullln, "National and Individ
Music by 8. ot V. Band.
Bicycle RaceB ut Bicycle Track.
Hoso llaco, opoti to any company.
FtrBt prize, Silver Trumpot valued at
$27; second prizo, Fino Silk Fironiuna's
Banner valued at $15 00,
Coupling contoBt, llretprlzo i2, socond
Fat Man's Race must woigh 200
pounds nnd be .'ft years of ago prize,
Fut Boy's Race from 15 to 21 years
of Hgo, not less than one hundreds yards
llrst prizo, M.O0; socond prize, $200.
Catching Groused Pig catcher gets
Climbing Groused Polo $2.50 ou pole.
To the largest delegation from mi)
one township will be prosontod an ule
gunt tlfteen foot United States Hag.
Grand display of Fireworku In the
oveuing at 8 p. in.
The workiniti often eats his lunch on
the Bntno bench where ho does his work'
The ollieo man tnrns his dusk into a din
iug.tablo. Neither gets thu oat of doors
exorcise ho need', neither take) the tlmu
for oatlng. It is small wonder that (ho
digestion of both gets Out of order. In
nnoh eases Dr. I'lorot's Pellets come to
their nsidstnuuu by aiding nutnro iu tak
ing cure of tho food, Tho cause of nine
tenths of tno sickness of the wotld is con
stipation. From thirt otto canse come in
Utgesitoii; disorders oi tne stonincu, liver,
and kidney; billiousuess, headaches, II it
ult'iicc, himrtuurti, Impurity of tbe lilooil
anil tho serious complications that follow,
To begin with, constipation is it little
thine, and a little thing will curtt it. 'the
"Pleasant Pellets" are tiny, sngar-coatKil
granule. They will perfectly euro the
worst cafe of constipation nnd indigestion
If tlio druggist tries to sell you somo
other pill that pays him greater profit,
ust think of what, will bfst pay jou.
Tho following letter was recontly ro
contly by u Princeton, III., denier, from
a Kansas man.
dear sir I live on my furm nenr ham
lin, kansBB, as ime ,r)7 yoars old unJuc u
little sporty my nef.iV.ack"!h Injiany bot
.'MSSS'.' n bi,B.iCKol an ho sont his old one
by frato und wo hail a pilo ot fun but
my blBickel jolts consyderabl. u feller
',oa'cnine a Jong yeertordny with a bisickol
thnt hud u hollor injy rubbor tiros Btulf-
ed with wind, ho let mo tri hizzon un
mi it run liko u sjuiehon. ho tole tno
thnt you sell injy rubber juet tho buiiio
how much will it bo to the mlno like
thnt feller mine hus nil iron wheel do
you punch the holler holo through tho
injy rubber or do I have to do it tnjbclf
do you soil it by the yard or tho pence
an now do you stick the onda together
after you get done if your injy rubber is
awl reudy hollor will it cum any cheaper
empty i.eun get awl tho wind out hear
in kansas un welcomo i will pay cash.
P. S. how much do you charge for
tho doodad you stulT thu wind into tho
Injy rubbor un wunro uo you atart.
If it required nn annual outlay of f 1X)
to insure a family against any aerUus
oonsoquenoo from an atUolf of bowel
complaint daring the year there are
many who would feel it their doty to pay
it; that thoy could uot afford to risk
their lives, aad those of their frmily for
suoh au amount. Any one can get this
insurance for 26 uunfa, that being tho
Srio ot a bottle of Otiainberlain's Colio,
hoUra and IMarrhova Rttnedy. In 'al
most ovary neighborhood some one has'
died from an attaok oX bowel complaint
before medioine could be prooured or a
phyaiolan summoned. Oue or two doseB
of this remedy will euro uuy ordinary
cane, It never falls. Cau yuu aitord to
take the risk for so small nu ntuoutit?
For sale by II, E. Qrice.
Children Cry fo!
HJ3D CLOUD OJLLIUJF, FRIDAY, JUNE
Epilepsy 20 Years.
Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine.
A few yenrs tiiro, Mr. h. V. Oallnhcr, wai
nn extensive, successful expert tniiiiu
fncttirer of lumber products. Attacked wltli
epilepsy, ho was tibllsed to give up his busi
ness. Tlio attacks came upon him mortt In
opportunely. Oho tlmo fallliiR from a carri
age, at utiot her down stairs, and often In tlio
Blrei t. Onco ho fell down a shaft In tho
mill, his Injuries nearly proving fatal. Mr.
Qallnhcr writes from Milwaukee, Feb. 10, '05.
"Thcro nro nono moro inlM'rablo than epi
leptics. l'orUOyt'ais I suffered with epilep
tic fits, having as hl;;h as II vo In onu night. I
tried nny number of physicians, paying to
ono alone, a feo of J.VjO.OO and h.ivo dime
llttlo for years but i.earch for sonicthltiK to
liclp me, and havu taken all tho lending
remedies, but received nobeueflt. Ayearngo
my son, ('has. S. (Jallaher, druggist ut 191
Ileed St., .Milwaukee, gave mo Dr. Miles'
Itestoriillvu Nervltiu. and 1 tried It with
gratifying results. Ilavo had but two fits
hlnco I began taking It. I am bettor now iu
every way than I havu been ln20 years."
Dr. Miles' Uemedlusaru sold by druggists
on a K)sltIvo guarantee that tho first bottle
will betiellt or price refunded. Hook ou tho
Heart and Nerves, free. Address,
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Hilcs' Remedies Restore Health.
Dr. Miles' iin fJ'faro guaranteed to flf op
'fi'iitliichnln'M inluiltiis. "Orin cent 'IiwiJI
The Union Junior Endeavor will hnvo
nn nfternoon picnic in Paul's grove,
Juno IS. Kvorjbody invited.
John Blaine has resolved not to got
mnrried until tho republicans are again
Supt. Hunter held examinations ut
Cowlos liibt Thursday for country pupils
desiring to enter the high schools ot tho
Miss Mizor nnd Mr. Auld ot Red
Cloud wore guests of Davo Kaloy'a Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Dcihl nnd danghtor and
Mrs. Ilnm ot Hdgar wore visiting rolu
tivos nnd friends in this vicinity last
The latest fad among Cowlos poopio is
pickiug gooseberries. Representatives
ot six families were engaged in that oc
cupation hiBt Friday.
Hitler Motter, n studontnt tho Fair
Held college preached at the Christian
church Sunday uttornoon.
Tho ludiea of tho Congregational
church gavo nn ice cream and struwborry
social at tho church Tuesday evening.
Fred Good'H baby is quite sick at
Quito extensive preparations nro being
in.ulu for the obaurvution of Children's
Day. The exercUos will bo at thu Con
gregational church ut tho regular Sun-
day cchool hour,at thu Methodist church
i 111 tllO OV0111I1L'.
1. otii -a Mulick is sponding vacation
at her uncluV, Peter Hill's
lict-Hio Uarpnnter went to Franklin
Tuefdiiy to tpLnd it few weeks.
Hood's Cor l)ftH'ilu.
Humboldt, Nub., May 'J, lS'JIi. I have
taken Hood's Sarsitpurilla tor dyspepsia
and it has douw mo a giuat deal of good.
Mrs. M. i:. llaynes.
Mood's Pills euro all liver ills.
The weatliur is nico for corn und smull
We loarn that thoro was u cjcj.oiio
northwest of bore.
Thero wiib preacb4iS(;t aiatriut 11 on
Juno I, "Vat thero will bo prouching
thoro overy two weeks by Rev. Horton
ot Red Cloud, There will bo Sunday
school at throo o'clock every Sunday.
Thlrty-threo has changed their hour
for Sunday-school, It will be at ton
Tho I.oaguo at Now Virginia ia doing
Charlio Kolso went up to Hivorton
Mr. Robinson is very poorly ut prosent
but wo hope h muy soon recovor.
Miss Lillian Ramoy will return on the
tenth ot this month from her sohool.
Her many friends will be glnd to Bee her
Thero will bo preaching ut North Stur
nn tho 14th.
' Petor Nolson wout north last week
but got homo before tho storm,
A. h. Woostor, a prominent citizen of
Osseo, Mich., after suffering exoruoiatiug
ly from plica for twenty years, waa cured
in a short time by using DoWitt's Witch
lintel Halve, nn abtolnte cure tor all akin
disenaea. More ot this preparation is
used than all othura combined. O, L.
Farmers und others who desire to aub
scrilw for tho Nebraska and Kansas
Farmer should do so before July 1st, na
ut that da to the low ruto expires. Re
member that this paper is j uat what you
wanton tbe farm, and also remember
that: you cannot often get a 10 page pa
per at 10 cents for one year. Send in
your nanin and money at once. Agents
should mako great ellorts to get their
names iu by the 'Joth, so thnt wo can
tell promptly who receive the premiums
which woro ottering.
Tun Faiimkh Co.,
Rod Cloud, Neb.
Dr. Price's Cream Unking Powder
WorlJ'J Pair Highest Medal end Diploma.
Mr. Scott of Cowles was iu Lester
Muy and Lizzio Trunkey (-pent Si n
dny ut J. W. Saladons.
Miss Delln Auxier wan the guest of
Miss Alta linker the foropnit of lh
Hnrvey Cos relutricd home Tltiiretliiy.
Antheny Qroea was iu Red Cloud
Sylvestor rUbio ttendod a wedding
ut Inuvnle laetwtek.
Mr. Cullnhn pent Saturday and Sun
day in Blue Hill.
Mr. McKinneyof Hildreth, Nebr, is
visiting his nob.
WultorCox wturnfd to Republican
City hiBt wtxiK, irftrr n Cohort visit with
Thero will bo church dt Lo tr at
8 o'clock in tJbft evening Suntlity.
John SsliKlcji wbb in Red Cloud Sun
day. Mrs. I?. !)nttg, Middiebnrg, Iu.
writp: I luiue mtii Onu MIiihIh tjongh
Cure for sit Ws both fvr niy.elf and
ohlldren, blO J OViusider it the quickest
noting nnd awfratl.-faetory Cotnjh Cure
I have evor ofod. O L Cot ling. J "
riruro-ffcyifenofiU In Iceland.
Wo notlae the Drltlsh agricultural
papers are rtMnrdlnfi an outbreak of
plctiro-piHijfeanf among the nativo
cattlo In trib Snny oi Basex, England.
Two cows ttift Jrafl ben nick for a long
tlmo died, fo(f ikoir lungs wcro sent
to tho vctijJMiay department of tho
board of mpfftitUlro tor examination.
The exnmuftfttfeui stowed that ono had
died from the cr9rasc above mentioned,
and tho othar torn tuberculosis. We
nro told thnt tho herd in which the
former cow was found is to bo slaugh
tered, but fears are expressed that tho
dlseaso has been widely spread on ac
count of tho long time required for tho
disease to reach tho state shown by tho
At tho samo tlmo the British papore
nro fighting for a law to prohibit for
ever tho admission of American cattle,
except such ns nro slaughtered nt the
ports of entry. Tho reason given for
this prohibition Is not thnt tho English
stock growers uro to bo protected
against foreign meats, but thnt they
fear tho terrlblo pleuro-pneumonla
that they declaro exists in tlio United
Americans hear nothing of the dis
ease In their own country, where it has
been olllclally pronounced ns stamped
out. They can therefore only think
that tho outcry raised in England Is
for tlio purposo of getting a protective
law tinder another name.
Cattlo Exported Via New Orleans.
Thl3 season quite a number of cattle aro
being sent direct to Liverpool by tho
way'of New Orleans. A steamship re
cently took over a cargo of 400 beeves
In addition to n large amount of other
products. Only six beeves died on the
voyage. Other steamers are falling Into
line. Tho cattle are being supplied
largely from TcxnB.
The Sea'B Treasures. It Is computed
that thero Is 800,000,000 pounds sterl
'r.a: worth In gold nnd Jewels nt tho
Imttoni of the sea on tho route between
'!:.:;laud nnd India.
All Instantaneous congh cures contain
opiates mid nm liable to dry up iho
plilugu. and mucus iu ihe bronchial tulii'S
and lungs, thereby cmiintr U'liig'tiou,
Wo gtlhralitee Urgif Clwrrv ("inigli
Syrup agaiiMt this danger. O LCottiu,'.
Hull mill Cyclones
May overtako you any day. Oct your
properly protectod ntroducod rates, ot
II. H. PlI.NII.
For a lino liair tonic. m on Hutchin
boo & lliatt. thilhirboiri.
0! the Knife.
Mr. Lincoln Nelson, of Marshfiehl, Mo
writes: "For six years I have heen a
sufferer from n scrofulous affection ol
the glands of my neck, and all efforts
of physicians iu Washington, D. C,
Springfield, 111., and St. Louis failed to
reduce thu enlargement. After sis
months' constant treatment here, my
physician urged me to submit to a re
moval of the gland. At this critical tno.
meut a friend recommended S.S.S.,
and laying aside a deep-rooted preju
dice against all patent medicines, 1 be
irnn its use. Before I had used one bot
tle the enlargement began to disappear,
and now it is entirely gone, though lam
not through with my second bottle yet.
Had I only used your S.S.S. long ago,
I would have escaped years of misery
and saved over fiso."
This experience is like that of all who
suffer with deep-seated blood troubles.
The doctors can do uo good, and even
their resorts to the knife prove either
fruitless or fatal. S.S.S. is the only
real blood remedv; it gets at the root ol
the disease and forces it out perma
nently. , ,
S.S.S. (guaranteed purely vegetable)
A Real Blood Remedy
is a blood remedy for real blood troubles;
it cures tbe most obstinate cases of
Scrofula. Eczema. Cancer. Rheumatism,
etc., which other so-called blood reme
dies fail to touch. S.S.S. gets at the
root of the disease nnd forces it out per
manently. Valuable books will
be sent free
to any address Jl flP
by the Swift x v
Specific Co., At- TN P
lautn,C. K&i1 $
CLEARING SALE Ob
FOll LADIES, GENTS'
Clearing Sales Given Every
Have just a fine lot of
Ladies' Tan Lace Shoes,
Men's and Boys' Bicycle Shoes.
Come everybody and et bargains.
OF NOVEMBER3 ARE ALREADY WELL UNDER WAY. A NEW
President of the XTnited States
IS TO BE ELECTED, AND THE
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AMONG OUH FACULTY.
Wm. IIAWLHY SMITH,
Author of "Evolution of Dodd,"
sud who assisted Bill Nye one bco
8UPT. W. II. SKINNER,
Ex-President Nebraska State Teach
MRS. E. F. TUCKER,
Tlis great Primary and Kindergar
PROF. J. II. MILLER.
Editor of tha Northwestern Journal
PROF. J. F. HOSIC,
Dintritt President of the Y. P. S.
C. E. and Post Graduate ef Ihe
AMONG OUR MUSICIANS.
MISS LOUISE M. LINNEBARGER, of Chioago, tho finest solo eornetist
of saarcd song in tho west.
MRS, H. R. ESTERBROOK, who as a Pianist stands Imperial Leader fron
Omaha to Denver.
PROF. T. MARTIN TOWNE, whose musical compositions aro sung and
appreciated by tho English speaking world.
Ona R. II. tare for round trip; one half fara for children under 12 yean
of age. Fine grave; good water. Tenia to rent at low priocs. Splendid
pasture for horsos for those who drive over. Proparo for an outing on tha
Republioaa river. Combined plcasuro with profit.
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Detailed Catalogue will soon bo ready. For further information
Address J. L McBRIEN, Dean, Orleans, Neb.
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DAVID C. COOK,
Tho editor and publisher of Sunday
School Literature, nnd founder of
tho I. A. II. Circle.
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the grcatrj.'. Leaguer in America
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