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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, EllLDAY, OCT. 2, 1890.
KEEPS IT ON HAND
rvxcisz' ih 'jwrsaw
Krcdmiln. N. V.,
tht able nrul iiocomilMied Mllltnry
Commander ifutlicr-lii-liiw of Urn Into
Commander Win. II. Cu-dilntf, V. S. N., who
gained world-Hide renown for Ids crowning
font of blowing tip tho linn rind Alheintirl
In 1M3) writes Dr. IVnticr:
"For many years I have kept on hand
your Mood and I.iver Remedy and
Nerve Tonic for Immediate use when
ever I have
A bilious attack or nervous prostra
tion or feel run down. It always jjives
tpeedy relief so much so that I have
come to rely on it with the same certain
ty that I do on the law of gravitation."
DOINQ THINQS QUIETLY.
Ktm Whan the Old Mnn Wit Killing
ltr He Didn't Wniit Any NoIik.
From tho San Francisco Call:
"Bear" nald Mr. OttliiRcr. "Hoar?
why, I helped kill a 1,140-pound Kflttly
ust a week ago at Wawuona. Old Jim
Duncan, tho Hlayor of ninety-four bears,
and I, went out on horsoliack about ton
miles from town after grouse. Wo
Walked flvo or alx tnllai In tho hottest
weathor, nnd nfter gettlnjc six ktouro
and a hundred mosquitoes wo thought
of turning back. Hut I was no thirsty
that I said: 'Walt here, in tho clearing,
Jim, till I go down tho canon to got
a drink. I wont down about 200 foot
and had to lay sprawling over noino
rocks to got a drink. I only took ono
swallow when two gunshots rang out
Startled at the Bound I roso up and rnn
as well as my weight would let mo, back
to tho clearing. Pulling and blowing I
leaned up against it tree and witnessed
tho strangs-bt night I ever saw. A big
pllo of fur lay In a heap on the ground,
And the old hunter was Just about to
atoop over It to Jab his Ilowlo-knlfo
Into It when tho bundlo ro3o up like a
flash and let out a blow that nont Jlm'a
auskot spinning .fifty foot In tho air.
With that there was the most exciting
Hint I ever saw.
"The bear reared up again and Dun
can barely dodged Its claws. But Drutn
caught his clothes at the neck and
ripped them down to his boots. I still
leaned against the tree, to' weary from
my run and too surprised to go up and
boot the bear. I could see Duncan slip
around and his feet got tangled In his
torn clothrn. He fell lighting with tho
tear atop; but tho bear's throat was cut
from ear to ear. The old nisn extri
cated hlinsolt and sliding on the carcass
called to mo through his nose: 'Wall,
my time hasn't como yet. Young man,
I glvo you credit for a great deal of
coolness for a greenhorn. I'm glad you
didn't open jour mouth In this fracas,
so many of thr.so fellows think they
have to talk when I'm killing a b'ar.' "
VittiLititn llmiltm irkvri In Olit llnnki.
It Is told of Xavler Marmier that ho
one day discovered a niio-thousand
franc note between tho leaves of n
book which he had picked up for a few
sous at a street stall. A slmil.ir, but
much more marvelous, adventure has
happened to a young doctor In Turin.
While turning over the loaves of a book
which had beon bequeathed along with
others to tho medical faculty of Turin
by a certain Dr. Glordanl ho was aston
ished to And between the pages no less
than forty bank notes, amounting to
the handsome sum of 40,000 lire. This
Incident will no doubt give rise to a
most Interesting enso In tho Turin
eourts. Although Dr. Olord.int un
doubtedly bequeathed his books to tho
library of tho fuculty, his other heirs
will hardly bo dlsposod to admit that
he Intended to lsavo It his monetary
savings as well. PosBlbly, however,
the library trustees are quite prepared
to prove that tho deceased doctor was
In the habit of utilizing his thousand
Uro bank notos as bookmarkers.
Shoot the Best
GET theTgAME !
Alu.o mj . 'ir
ikI A i cii ml i'. MrmiK itiul ( lenn
flt-liil'oiwil llinlht(llullt))l liiiuliit "I'll Xlng'i
Shi 1 Irltir
.lll'llllllll IT 11 111 I, nillllHI'll'H.
HIGHEST VELOCITY, LOW PRESSURE.
BEAUTIFUL PATTERN. CLEAN, SMOKELESS,
PETERS METALLIC CARTRIDGES
Tui Hot Mun-iiNll 1 lit-in. Ui'Munn to mi
'Iriut nr Cuiiil-iiiiiilun
THE PETERS CARTRID6E CO,, CINCINNATI,!),
For Thin People
Are You Thin?
I'li'.h made with Thlnncura TntiletH hy n hcIi-h
llllc proce The) cri'iito perfect ai.iillHtl..ii
of every form of food. hiciciIiik ilu uluuP.i
part and ulM'nrdliiK tlio worthlec. The iimVo
thin fm c. plump ami round out the tlKuie
They iiru tin
for U'litiiu'i-. I'oiilultntin no iirtonlc. and nbo
I'flre, prepaid. ?1 iit h i; for f.'i
I'amidilcl, "IKiW TO UKT KAT " free.
iiitdwu', New Vork
Mr. and Mrs. I. V. Crury and
(Jlureneu returned from Connecticut
Tliiiiwluy evening. They hud n
riplotidid visit mid wen; grentljr pleaied
with their trip. They left Karl in
M'liooltluMc, tilMiTTidli.ilMIud with his
sin TouiiillngH Tim nelitiol, by the way,
I tlie Niitiiii tlmt Mr. Urary attuiuletl
nime than twoiitylive year ago
Kinest iIoiium expects to iturt next
wt'i'k for Lincoln trlieru he will enter
the state university for a cHir.su of In
Mi uetlon. This lias been liu amliition
for sonic tunc and ho will doubtless
niukctlio must nf iliiMippm i inity
Mr. Win. HaMn has ictiirneil from his
trip to California II" says them is no
place on earth like Nflii-uoku. (Stiiilu
IS IT A TRIFLE!5
That Common Trouble. AcidUya
pcpsla or Sour Scom jh,
Now Recognized as a Cause of Serious
Acid dyspepsia, coninwiii'y called
heailhiirn or sour stomach, fs it form
of indigestion resulting from fermenta
tion of thu food, Tlie .stomach being
too weak to promptly digest it,
the food remains until fermentation
begins, lilling tho stomach with gas,
and u hitter, sour, burning taste in thu
mouth is often present. This condi
tion soon becomes chronic tin tl hying
an uvery ilnj occurrence is given but
little attention. Hecatiso dyspepsia is
not immediately fatal, many people do
nothing for the trouble.
Within a reeunt period n remedy has
been discovered prepared solely to cure
dyspepsia and stomach troubles. It is
known as Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
ami is now becoming- rapidly used and
prescribed as ti radical cum for every
form of dyspepsia.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have been
placed before the public and are sold
by druggists everywhere at 50 cents
per package. It is prepared by the
Stuart Chemical Co , Marshall, Mieh,.
nud while it promptly mid clTetttmlly
restores a vigorous, digestion, at the
same time is peifeetly liarinlchs and
will not injure Hid most dclieatu
stomach, but on the contrary by giving
perfect digestion strengthens thu
stomach, improves the appetite and
makes life worth living.
Send for free book on Stomach Dis
eases. Croup Quiokly Cured.
Mountain Oi.kn, Ark. Our child
ren were suffering with croup whon
we received n bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Keineily. It affords almost in
stant relief. F. A. Tiioiinton. This
celebrated remedy for sale by 11. K.
(Ji ice, druggist.
Notico to Toachora.
Notice is hereby given that I wi'.l ex
amine all persons who may desire to
oiler themselves 11.1 candidates for
teachers of the public schools of this
county, at lied Cloud on tun third Sat
urday of each mouth.
Special examinations will bo held on
Hie lriday preceediiig the Sid Saturday
of each month.
The standing desired for ,'d and Sid
giade ecrtilicatcis the same no grade
below 70 pur cent., acr:igc SO per cent;
for Hint grade certilicate no grade he-
low SO per cent., average DO per cent in
all branches rcipiircd by law.
I). M. Huntkii, County Supt.
Suro to Win.
Tho peoplu recognize and appreciate
real merit. That is why Hood's Salsa
parilla has the largest sales in thu
world. Merit in medicine means the
power to cure. Hoed's Sarsaparilla
cures absolutely, permanently cures.
It is the One Ti tie lllood Put iiier. Its
supeiior merit is an established fact,
mid merit wins.
Hook's Pii.lh aro easy to take, easy
to operate. Cure indigestion, head
ache. Moro Sour Grapes.
The State Journal broke the record
last week ami actually had a dispatch
from Itcd Cloud. Argus.
Roast the State .Journal mid Its cor
respondent. Don't give the eorrespon-
jdcut miy credit for mi item lie did not
send in regaul to certain dealings of
the Argus editor which would not look
I nice in pi int. He siipresscd the item,
llo.isi him for it.
1 lXurrlii'u mul Dynviitury
jure daueroua, and jou nhould not bo
iiiiiuii a nottle of Hkkh' Ularrlica
llulintn iu the limine at thin aensou of
tho year, as it relieve at once. No bHd
rihidtn follnw. Sold by O. L. Cottlng.
Tetter, Snlt-Ithetuu and Eczema.
Tho Intense Itching and Btnartlnir inci
dent to theno dUeiiBes is IiiHtantly allayed
hv iintilying Chainherlalii'a Eyo nnd
Hldn Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured bv it. Jt
is equnllv efficient for itching plica nnd
it fuvorito remedy for oro nipples;
(hupped hnmls, chilblains, frobt bites
and chronic soro eyes. 23 eta. per box.
Dr. Cnily'H Coudillon Tou tiers, nro
just what a horso needs when in bnd
condition. Tonic, blood jmrlfler and
n rmifuge. Thoy aro not food but
Heine nnd the best in uso to pnt n
1' '".ko in primo condition. Piieo 21
rt.j p.if pacltago
Or. Price's Cream liaising I'owtier
V I'utc tlratfc Cream of Tartar Powder.
A GREAT REMEDY
For Sufferers From Piles.
Dr. Redmond, n specialist in the
study and tieatmeut of Piles and rec
tal diseases, recently stated that the
Pyramid Pile Cure, the new dNcovory
for the cure of pile, was tho most ie
markable icmeily hu had met' seen or
tried in ono respect; and that wa, the
instant relief experienced in nil cases,
no matter how severe, Irom the
moment thu remedy wns applied; tills
was the more surpriking to him, be
eiuise hw had carefully analyzed the
piuparaiion ;uut no trace of opium,
cocaine or similar poison could be de
tected. Physicians look with great favor
upon the Pyramid Pile. Cine, because it
is rapidly taking the place of surgical
operations mid because it is so simple,
so easily applied mul contains no
mineral oi other poisons so commonly
used in pile cures
Dr. Kstci brook report" that the
Pyramid Pile Cure not only cures the
various forms of piles, but never fails to
give immuiutc lelief on the lirst ap
plication, no matter how severe the
pain or discomfort may bo.
People who have suffered from piles
for years are often astonished at the
instant relief experienced from the
lirst application. Another important
advantage is the fact, that nnyone can
use tho remedy without detention from
business or interference withdailv oc
cupation. Sold by druggists at 50 cents
Send for free book on cause and cure
. The crime of 1804, the Wilson-Gor-man,
many times exceeds in its ruinous
effects upon the farmer the .so-called
crime of 18!k Owen County (Ind.)
IKIifiiiiinlloin Cured In it Day.
"MYSTIC CUHir1 for Rlieiiiuiitt-m
mid Neuralgia radically ourea in 1 to .1
days. Its action upon the pystt-iu ix re
mark, bio and mjHterioiiN, it remove
at ouuo the eausi. nud the disca-t immed
iately dlpuppt'iir. Thw llr-t di'se greatlj
liunellN. l" cento. Sold by H, R. Urici
druggist, Red Cloud.
Now Don Carlos in Spain threatens to
take the throne and sail in ami lick the
United States, lly this time next year
Major Melviiiley and the standing army
may have their hands full Wichita
Uckkn' Gtirmiin Salve.
The Perfeot Ointment. Cores where
all otherB fall. Its extraordinary cura
tive power has been proved in the thous
ands of eases of piles, for which wo hold
testimonials, Yonr puputar druggist C.
L.Cotting sells It.
Republican Senatorial Convention.
The republican senatorial conven
tion of tiio '..'tith senatorial district,
composed of the counties of Franklin,
Webster and Nuckolls, is hereby called
to meet at Superior, on Saturday,
October 10th, 189(5, at one o'clock p.m ,
for the purpose of nominating a candi
date for senator from said district, and
the transaction of such other business
as may come before it. Franklin
county will ho entitled to il delegates,
Webster county l'J delegates and
Nuckolls county HI delegate-, in said
J. Waiiiimn Km i in Jit ,
(Sko. J. Waukisn, Chairman
The Little Cilnuts Are Here
and come to stay. C. L. Cottiug, your
popular druggist, has jnst rma-ivud a now
supply. Thoy are the only guaranteed
ptll on the market. I3t sure you gut
Ui-ggs little Utants, Ai-k for sample.
The New York World's arithmetic
man has reckoned it up, and finds that,
allowing half a minute as the time con
sumed in writing "Dear Sir" and
"Yours truly" inside and "Mr." or
"Ksq." outside all letters that are
written in this country in a year, no
less than 8,333 years of time is wasted
every year in flummery. All the same
there is n popular impression that it
pays to bo civil nnd polite, even tit the
expense of a little valuable timo
Kchillt! lllieiiuuillNin Cured.
1. WiiKuer, Wholestde Drpgist, Rich,
mo ml, Vn i"Uh: "I hnd n fenrfnl attack
of Scintiu Itheiiuiatinni, wna Inid up id
nuiHt two nioniln, wrin forttnmto uiiouh
to u-et MVS'I IC UUHK FOH RTIUU.M.V
'I ISM. This onrnd me nfter dootor's pre-
HuriptimiH hnd railed to have any effect.
Sold by 11. i:. Uricb drtiKKiit, Red Clond.
Comfort to California.
Every Tiiur.itlay morning, a tourist
sleeping ear for Salt Lake City, San
Francisco ami Los Angoles leaves
Omaha and Lincoln via the llurliugton
Route. Ills carpeted; upholstered in
rattan; has spring seats and backs and
is provided with curtains, bedding,
towels, soap, etc. An experienced ex
cursion conductor and uniformed Pull
man portor accompany it through to
tho pacific coast. While neither as ex
pensively tlnished nor as flue to look at
as a palace sleeper, it is just as good to
ride in. Second class tickets are
honored and the price of a hurth, wido
enough and big enough for two, is only
15. For it folder giving full particu
lars, call at the nearest 11. & M.H. 11,
ticket office. Or, write to J Francis,
(jcucrul l'nsM'iijji'r Agent, llttriiimton
Koiitf, Oiiiiihn, Neb
Or. Price's Crenm Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
TALK THE "JARGON.'
BIIipiI Tnngnp that !ermitnnaf do-To
IUIi IminlurniiU Hptalc.
"He talks the jargon" is n remark
often made by a despairing interpreter
when he attempts to translate the lan
guage of nn cast side witness, says tho
Philadelphia Press. "The jargon" Is u
recognized term for a dialect so com
mon that it is distinguished by the
definite article from nil tho other
numerous jargons known In tho city.
It Is poken by Hebrews from Poland
anil Russia. It consists malnlv of an
imperfect derma ti. with occasional
Hebrew or Polish words. Thou who .
have studied its history say that those
who spi-iik It irc descended frn He
brews who formerly lived In (icrmnny,
and spoke the (Senium tongue. .
When they migrated to Polan 1 they .
preserved among themselves, as far in '
possible, the (iermaii language. It be- i
eamc somewhat eon iijiteil. but in tho
main was tin- language spoken by
those who originally left (Scummy, j
Tho language of (Scrmany itself be- i
came changed in time, ami now there j
Is considerable dllferenee between the
words sunken bv the Polish ilesceml- '
nuts of the CSeriiian Hebrew and those I
spoken by educated (SermaiH. I
Tho dltTerence is said to be slight
when it few corruptions of thu original
tongue, uro known. Rdticated (St"--innns,
however, cannot understand ut
first the peculiar Polish-Hebrew style.
It Is now very common In ninny parts
of the great east side, and shopkeep
ers theru have to learn, not only tier
man, but also "thu jargon" of the Im
migrants from Poland and Russia,
FIRST OF HOOFED ANIMALS.
Hiipimipd Id Have I.IypcI on Western I'rul
rim AOO.OOD Yrurs Ago.
In the rooms of Prof. K. 1). Cope, at
Philadelphia, the person fortunate
enough to gain admission, says the St.
I.ouls Republic, may see the creature
which all naturalists are unanimous in
pronouncing the first representative
of the hoofed-animal species. Thu an
imal is not alive, neither Is It entire so
far as ilcsh and blood are concerned,
but to the paleontologist, who cares
only for the fosslled bones, the speci
men Is perfect. It Is not larger than
a yearling calf, nnd not nearly so tall,
and was found in the ind river coun
try in Wyoming. Prof. Cope mimed It
Thciiaeodiis priinawus when it was
first discovered, giving it us his opin
ion that it was akin to a specimen
which was found several years ago in
France (the pnlcothcrlum), and which
guve Cuvicr and the other naturalists
so much trouble to clusslfy. At thu
time of the discovery of the French
specimen thesavantsof Europe decided
that it was tho ancestor of "hoofed
critters," but tho Wind river fossil,
which Is easily distinguished as being
a type of the same, is believed to be
much more ancient. Cope's curiosity
was found in rocks belonging to the
eocene period and tho timo when it
grazed on tho western prairies has been
placed as far back as live hundred
thousand ycurs. Every bone is perfect
and in place, and the specimen could
not be purchased for ten thousand dol
lars. Ileuu' Diarrlieti IIiiIniiim
positively has no fqiinl in dlnrrhn. dys
entery and ititlamation of the howulrt. It
relieres quickly, and heinut imrely veye
table, no had ronUs follow. You einuot
afford to tip withont it lit tliii km it-on of
the ynr. .Sold by C I. Cottin.
Itt yus' TropUul Oil
'I ho only liniment on thu market to
day that hitH n positive mmnind'o to do
all tho label calls for. Its reat Hireliytli
and wondtirful cutiitivf powers urt piitti
etilarly noticcnble in dtep seftttd dis
cin'ii, sticli ii. Kht-iiiimtiHii, Ncurrtlt,'ln,
etc. :'. L. C'ottiiii; kifuiw It.
Tom called Sewall a wart, hut
Sewall, who is u very witty cuss, jjot.s
even hy speakine; of his twin as Mr.
Wartson. Minneapolis Journal.
cil In :i Utt).
Morton L. Hill, of Lobnuon, Ind,, Rays:
"My wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism
iu every tnnscle and joint, her Buffering
wr.i terrible nnd her body and face wero
Hwollcn nlmoHt beyond recognition; had
been in bed for six weeks and had eight
pbygloiimg but received no benetit nutil
Bhe tried the MYSTIC CURE FOR
I.I1EUMATI8M. It gave imroedintn re.
lief nud Bhe was able to walk about in
three diiye. I hid Rare it Bnved her life."
Sold by H. E. Grice drnggist, Red Cloud.
It is fortunate that thu end of thu
campaign is but a few weeks off, other
wise all the voters lu the country
would vi-it Canton anil tender Major
McKlnley their support. Pittsburg
KIDNEIt LIVERS egl
LumluiKO, pnln in Joints or Iwck, brick dust In
urine, frcnuent culls, Irritation, inllutnmiitlon,
ravel, ulccrution or citarrli of the bladder.
nillnusiictt, licndiiclic, IndiKCStloii or Kout.
SWA.ill'-HOOT InvlKiirntw, cures kidney
diulculties, IlilKht' disciue, urinary troubles.
Pcrnftilii. .fliiliirla.fenenil wcnUness or debility.
I htvuiitp'K""! biilldmip ipiloUly n run down
coust it ut Urn mid miiUcs t ho w ctik fit rmiif.
At I)rut:ll. jO coiiih aitU $1,00 Size.
'iDMilldj1 UuJJu to lUnllU" trx- Cvncultatloa ttvc
lilU UlUir.ll ii CO.. 111NUUU.MTON.N. V
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slmilatiiiglhcTouddtKlKciilii ling Hie Stomachs mulDowels of
ncss mul Rcsl.Conlains neither
OpiutrT.Morphinc nor Mineral.
Not NAuc otic.
ftirm Jet J '
(7W7W Sugar .
A pafccl Remedy for Constipa
tion , Sour Slomach.Diorrhoca,
Worms .Convulsions , Fcverish
ucss and Loss of Sleep.
TflcStmilo Signature of
EXACT COPV OF WRAPPER.
NolK c is lien uj KiM'H Hint nnikr mul I.) r
tiie of nn (inln ut "ulu i mumI from I In i-IIu'i of
.Initio lliit.lm I Url of Die DIMilt 1 1 onri of tin
Tenth .Imllcliil District, ullliln unit for WuI.Mit
count!.. Nehrnskii iimiii n ilcrri'f In nn ut'tioti
)ii'iiillimllicii'lii.liori'lti rtuiciilx Mutant Life In
MHrtnci' i oiiiiniiiy. n iiirnoraiinii iiiiuiitiu mihi
r.lljnh K Miillu'ii IViitII Itoi-i-r.Mrs ivti-rll
Itoocr. Iilh lfo. Ilrnt iniiuu nnkiioun, William
It llniiilltou mnl .lolin lino. leal tiiitin.' unknown,
(lofunilnuth. I hltiill nllVr for mile nl inilillcu'n
due to the lilKliet lilihlcrfor ciisli In IihiuI, at
thei'Hol door of the rourt Iioiim) In Iteil t'lnml,
Ni'hrahkii, (Unit hvlliK the IiiiIIiIIiik wliorcln thu
luM term of khIiI court whs holitpn) an tlie '.'1st
ihiy of Septi'inher A. 1). iHWl. lit 'J o'clock I'. M.
of mid ihty the following decrlhed property, to
North half of thu Kiiuthcntt iitmrtcr of section
thirty-one (31.) lowntdilp three ('!) north. rniiKu
twelve (li.) Hi'M of the lith P.M. In WcbMcr
(liven under my hand this iilstduy of August,
A. 11. ISViO.
.1. W. Iti'NciiicT, sheriff.
Tiiihkti Ilnoi, Moner t- Vkiiiiih,
Notice lit hereby kIvcii, that under and by vlr
tue of nn order of Mile lioui-d from thu olllcc of
InniPH lliirden Clerk of the district court of the
lUtli .liiilU-liil dlMilct. within mul for Wi-liMcr
county, Nehnit-ka, upon n decree In an aclh u
peudlim therein, uhorelu Carletou K. .Mann In
plalutilt'nud lualnst llpnry ( . cutter, i ora Mh
Cutter liln wife. The McKlnley l.iinului! I.onu .V
Tnifl Co. C Koehler. trin-teeaiul .lohn Doe, real
inline unknown to pliitiillll', defeiidaut. I chnll
etier for vile at puMIc eiiduc. to tho hluhes-l
didder tor i-uh 111 IihiuI at the ent door of the
coutl liuuse. ill lied Cloud In nald WeliMur
i-ouuly. Nelirnkit (that helm; the IiuIMIiil
wherein thu liu-t term ofnli court mi- holdeiii
on lhi'!ist day of septi'inhcr. A II. lv,.l. at two
ii clock p in ot -aid di' the following di't'rlhcd
priiin-rl. In wli
"I'lie norihwi-l iii,irtcr ot mm-iIhii i'IkIO (s
luwti'lilp four (I.) nut Hi. raiiKC nine (") ui'Mof
the lllh 1' M. In Welcter county Nebraska.
(Im'ii under my hand this ','IM iluj of Aukic-i.
A. I). s'.,.
I. W. Ill miii.v. sjieilir
Timii.T-lliti). Muiii.v a rruiiiH.
Sll MUFF'S SAl.F.
Notice l iiereli pleii that under and by vlr
tue of mi order of mle Usiteil from theotlueof
James lliirden Clerk of die UlMrlct Court of the
Hull .IihIIcIiiI District, within unit for Wchxtcr
county Vclra.kti. upon an action pcudliu;
theielu whi'ielM.loM'ph T Murtah N phiiuilil.
nnd ukhIiim iMllon (liiKliuii. (iaKlioii. IiU
wife, ilri-t name unknown, Hunk of Campbell,
McKlnley l.auidiiK I.onu A Tnn-t t'o.,.lohu Doe.
real name uiikiiowii, defcmlanti.. I hliall oiler
for Mile at piihlle endiio to the hlKheKlhlddcr
fnmn'li 1" lifiil ill the pt.1 door of the court
Ii. .il-e Hi lied I loud, ill "aid Wfliidcr county.
Nebrmhi 'thu' l'pni;thn htilhllui; wherein the
hut it rui ol said coil I wax holdeii)oii the'.'lkt
day of ?eituiiiU.r, ,. 1). lsW, at 3 u'clock p in. of
aid day llm followliiK decrlhcd property to.
The Miuthtti'M quarter. w ) of H-ctlon
(wciity-i.ceii C.'T.) lonihlii (-1) north, ritnite
lwele(l'.' wen of the Dili P.M In Webster
coum;'. el tnlta.
lilvi" under my lint d this Slt day of i.
A K ".J
l. W. IIi'miim hcrlir
Iii-n T- Ilintx Mnni.v I'niiu.
on Mommy PAYMENTS
WE WILL SELL YOU fEW
MACHINES LISTED AT
$60, $75, $85, $100
ON TERMS to SUIT
a9t VOU A LAMP, INIUKI VOUN whccl
AQUINST THCPT, HUP THE MACHINI
IN HCMin WITHOUT CHARSC
Send lor Catalogue. Correspondence Invited
204 35th ST., CHICAGO, ILL.
IS ON THE
Castorla li pnt op la ono-s! tottles only. It
Is sot Bold la balk. Don't allow anyon to ult
yen anything clso on the pita or promlio that It
la "just as good" and "will answer every par-
4-Bco that yoa get O-A-S-T.O.R.I.A.
Phetographtd actutl ilrc,
tUt.tor PETERS .93 thoit
R. F. Smokeltn Cutildgti,
flrtd rapidly by E. M. Gordon,
Eiq., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Thj ,! ,1, -
Excol In If
SURE FIRE M
8halla and v
tK YOUR DIALIH FOR THKM.
THE PETERS CARTRID6E CO., ClBClMltl.il
v PAHKER'8 OINCERTOMIO
latitt Iaos Troublu, ptbUlty. dlKmitnc itomtcH and
frmaltlllt, and la nolra lor mulc( rare whn illoUur
trrunwnt till, xnrr nxiiher tnd Innlid ihoakl htri It.
ICIpvut tnd tmaUAM th htb
irromotM ft Imnrttnl crawlh.
iMorer rail to BMtora Orayj
wuru icttip diMMi bair il
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MuU 1 0.fiiM r ti mount Sumt faper
If II ! llltlll'l I 1 IL. Muiltnii MflilHI ..
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The modern stand
ard Family Medi
cine : Cures the
ills of humanity.
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