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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MARCH t, 1897.
I he Chicago Storeggg
HERE AND TIIEItE.
Wish to announce that owing to failure jfj.
of the completion of our new store in the Miller-
$ (Dotting Block that they will not be able to open jij
M up before March 10th, when they will show you a $1
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Valises,
That will be strictly up to .date in style and quality. $
Under date in price. We propose to be leaders "in
Remember our Merchant Tailor Department.
Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Eor Cash, One Price, No Monkey Business.
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Tho Missouri legislature bml a bill
presented to send a committee to Car
son to sco how tho prize fight was
worked. Tho Nebraska legislature
havo sluggers of their own to givo a
fistic exhibition and therefore will not
need to go to Carson.
They are so small thnt tho most sensi
tive persons take them, thoy are so
effective that tho most'obstinato cases
of constipation, headache and torpid
liver yield to them. That is why De
Witt's Littlo Early Risers arc known
us the famous little pills. C. L. Cot
ting. An exchange says: "What do jnu
think of an artist who painted cobwebs
on the ceiling so truthfully that the
hired girl woro herself into an attack
of nervous prostration trying to sweep
hem down?" There might have been
such an artist, put there never was
such a hired girl.
Mr. Baillle the photographer took u
picture of Chris. Koneack's houso just
east of town, yesterday. He got out
in time to catch the 10:26 express, and
it all shows up in the picture. He also
took a photograph of tho Signal build
ing, also the residencoof N. M. Ooudua
and we boliere some other places.
Guide Rock Signal.
There is a bill beforo the Kansas leg-
iilature to compel street car companies
to use vestibule cefs for tho protection
of the motormen. This is a move in
the right direction, and tho principle
ought to bo extended to compel far
mers to erect awnings over their riding
plows and harvesters to protect tho
hard worked farm hands. Beaver Val-
Ik You Wish to purify your blood
you .should take a medicine which
cures blood diseases. No other modi
cino has such a record of cures as
pulp, when he feeds it to the hens, and
ho claims .hat it adds greatly to their
egg producing qualities. Tho news
paper is gradually extending its field
of usefulness. From food for thought,
it has expanded until within its sphere
is nlroady iucludcd food for goats and
easy to operate,
are easy to take,
A Iliawutlm pastor recently called
nit oue of his flock and found her en
tertaining her friends tit whist. Tho
good sister apologized but nearly fell
dead when the pastor admitted that be
was fond of whist and even played bil
liards. Then ho sat down with the
women and won the royal pri.o. That
kind of a minister will always be pop
ular. Hiawatha World.
E. H. Overman, near Otego, lost two
horses with a strange disease last Tues
day. One of thorn appears to have Ret
out to knock down all the fences in
that neighborhood. It sloshed about
homo for awhile, got down to Eli Ren
ner's, tore down tho paling fence in a
couple of places, knooked over a bee
hive, ran against tho houso, continued
Its course in a general northeast course
and after going through eighteen fen
ces finally fetched up in the creek not
far from Noah- Rcnner'8, where Char-
loy Overman finally ended the horse's
lifo with a blow from an ax. As soon
as the other horse commenced to show
fool symptoms, it was dispatched by
shooting. Burr Oak Herald,
good wife came to town with a
load of turkeys last week forwhich she
received 1100. This is a fact. Last
gprlngwhon she was busy caring for
the littlo turks, sho wanted soma help
to fix the coops and was told by hor
good man that ho had no time to fuss
with turkeys, that ho must hustle atid
get bis corn planted that raising poul
try wm a woman's aud not a man's
business. This is imagination. And
yet (this is a fact) the old man would
havo had to haul into town twenty
loads, pr 1,000 bushels of corn, to have
put i$i$ jeans pockets as much money
us his good wife received for tho tur
keys which he thought too small a busi
ness for him to caro for last spring.
We are pleased to make note of the
marriage of Mr. Osoar Monia and Miss
Grace R. West, at the residence of tho
bride's parents near Guide Rock, on
Wednesday of this weok. The newly
wedded pair aro two of the most popu
lar young people of this.vicinitj Tho
bride is the amiable and attractive
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cha. Wo.t,
and tho groom is a prosperous young
farmer of Heaver Creek. Tho cere
mony was performed by Rev. A. W.
Shamnl in the presence of tho homo
circle and near relatives, at 10 a. in.
after which an elegant dinner was serv
ed. The young peoplo are well known
and highly respected in tho community
and have a bright future before them.
Guide Rock Signal.
SUFFER NO MORE NOW T
Paine's Celery Compound is Working fir
aeles in Goring Disease.
Monday, March 8th.
Come and See the
Bargains We are
Offering. It will
A story is going the rounds about a
farmer who went into a drugstore and
saw for the first time a phonograph.
He was told to drop a nicklo into the
slot and hear the music. The farmer,
doubting, dropped in a niekloand put
the tubes to his ears; then suddenly
dropping them lie rushed to the door
exclaiming, "gosh all fish hooks! here
comes a brass band, and I left my
mules unhitched." Stolen.
At the regular meeting of the Red
Cleud fire department last Monday eve
ning the following officers were elected
for the ensuing year.
Chief Jno. W. Runcbey.
Asst. Chief H. E. Fond.
Seoretary R. P. Hutchinson.
Treasurer J. O. Butler.
Trustees Geo. Hutchinson, Henry
Deidrick, J. E. Kesler.
Foreman Hose No. 1 H. T. Stroup.
Foreman Hose No 2 Henry Deid
rick. Foreman Hook and Ladder. Ge-Hutchinson.
A man reiiding iu the eastern part of
the state has found a new use for the
newspaper. An exchange says: "The
latest and most novel use for old news
papers that has comet our notice, oc
curred yesterday when a gentleman
stepped into this office and purchased
100 or more to feed his liens, He tears
the paper into shreds and soaks in sour
milk until the whole mass becomes a
Tho Nebraska India relief commiss
ion appointed by Gov. Holcomb has
issued a request for donations of corn
to be shipped to the starving thousands
in India. Great destitution prevails in
that country and the inhabitants aro
dying for tho want f food. The U. S.
government has furnished a steamship
tobeloadedatSan Francisco. Arran
gaments have been made with the var
ious railroads for tho frco transporta
tion of such to the seaboard. Thecom
mitteo desires somo one in towns where
one or more cars of corn can be secur
ed to take chargeof thesolicltingjoad
ing and shipping of the same, persons
who will undertake this task are re
quested to communicate with, thosscc-
rclary of tho commission, Mr. M. D.
Welsh, Lincoln, Nebr. aud receive from
him instructions as to tho quality of
corn desired, kind of cars to load and
instructions for billing.
I I !
The Shakers havo made a great hit.
Their Digestive Cordial Is said to be the
most successful remedy for stomach
troubles ever introduced. It inniedi
ately relioves all pain and distress after
eating, builds up the leebie system and
makes the weak Strang.
The fact is, foods properly digested
are better than so-called tonics. The
Cordial not only contains foed already
digested, butisadigesterof other foods.
Food that is not digested does more
harm than geod. People that use the
Cordial insure the digestion of what
food they eat and in this way get the
benefit of it aud grow strong.
The little pamphlets which the Shak
ers havo sent druggists for free distri-
Paine's eolery compound is working
miracles iu the cure of disease!
So says n recent arliole by tho fore
most medical essayist.
"Nothing shows more conclusively,"
ho adds, "the astonishing capability of
Paine's celery compound than the
thoughtful, open-minded class of peo
plo who use il and recommend it, both
iu public- and among their closest and
dearest friends anil relatives. Among
us (physicians) there is no longer any
hesitancy in recommending this great
est remedy without stint of praise."
About the samo time tho above
article was published there appeared
in the Huston Journal, the following
letter from David K. Cliassor of 4WJ
Windsor St., Cambridgeport, a suburb
"I take great pleasure in testifying
to tlio extraordinary merits of Paine's
celery compound. For some time past
I havo beon under the treatment of
two well-known local doctors, but
their combined efforts proved of no
avail. I havo been for years n harsh
skepliuin regard te advertised medi
cines, but having suffered excruciating
paint! in the head, which the doctors
informed mo were dun to neuralgic
symptoms, I determined to try Paine's
celery compound, on the advice of a
"To my surpriso I found an ontiro
change going on after taking a little
over three bottles ami I began to feel
like a new man. I have for the past
10 or 12 years suffered from pains In
the hack and other symptoms of de
rangement of tho kidneys and bladder,
and havo spent many sleepless nights
in consequence, but now I sleep sound,
thanks to the common sense which in
duced me to try Paine's celery com
pound. 1 will ever praise tho marve
lous potency of this valuable medicifie,
and at any time will ho glad to give
personal testimony at my address,
should any sufferer care to call, as I
consider it selfish to keep such a bless
ing housed up, and think tho proprie
tors of Paine's celery compound de
serving of more thanks than I can con
vey in words, for making me a new
A word to other sufferers: ,
Go to your druggist for a bottlo of.
Paine's celery compound, and allow
him to sell you nothing else!
dution, contain much interesting infer
mation en the aubjeotof dyspepsia.
UeWitt's Colic & Cholera Cure.
Quickly cure. Dysentery and Ularrhaa. ,
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World' Flr Hls'icst Alcdaland Diploma.
Laxul is nut a mixture of drugs. It
is nothing but Castor Oil palatable.
A preacher once said: "You editors
dare not tell the truth. If you over did
you could not live. Your newspaper
would lie a failure." The editor repli
ed: "You are right; and the minister
who will at all times tell the bare truth
about his members, alive or
would not occupy tho pulpit more
than oue Sunday aad lie will find it
uecesBary to leave town in a hurry,
Tho press and pulpit go haad in baud
with white-wash brushes and kind
words, magnifying little virtues Into
big ones. Tho pulpit, press and grave
touearethe great saint making til
umvirate." And the great minister
went away looking very thoughtful,
while the editor turned to his work,
telling about the surpassing beauty of
the bride, when, in fact sho was ugly
as a mud fence. Ex.
Tho most intensly interesting people
of the world just at this moment are
the millions of famine and plague
stricken India. Hut little is known of
OeWitt's Little Early Risers,
Tbe famous Utile pllU.
WS- I : 1.
this region by the people of the United
States. Such reports as come to us are
the things seeu', through British'glusses.
What has been tbe effect of British rule
in Iudiat Why these terrible famines?
Why plagues! Julian Hawthorne bus
been sent by The Cosmopolitan Mag
azine to India to obtain answers to',
these questions nt first hand and depict
the situation as it appears to an Amer
ican. The March Cosmopolitan con
tains the first of whattis nrobablv th
dead mogt important series of articles aver
presented in this magazine. Nothing
has been published which gives an ade
quate idea of the largor operations of
business at I4ust nothing by the class
of Mten filled for such work by thorough
familiarity with the subjects of' which
they write. The article, in the Mai;oh
Cosmopolitan on "Tho. Methods of
Banking." by the President of one of
tho largest banks of New York a man
of witlest business experience form J?
Postmoster-Genern! James is ouh
which every person, however humble
his clerkship or high his place iu the
financial world, will find interesting
and instructive. This series wi con
stitute a vory complete course of busi
slness training, nnd every young man
just entering business life and every
old man will alike Hud it of Immense
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