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l'HK RED 0LOUJ (JHIJUb1, KK1I)A , JLY 9. 18JJ7.
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'Child Sufferod for Three Years
Without Relief -Terrible Itching
nd iurnlng Skin Sltease.
"When three months old our boy was
poisoned with ivy. He Buffered tor three
yee.ni without getting relief. I saw
oae of the advertisement o Mood's Har
sepsrlUa, consisting of a twaltnoulal
where a child wee cured ctf Ivy poisoning.
My faith wee very week at iret, but I
told my husband I would like to try a
bottle of Hood's Haraaperllle. Doctor's
aaedMae had felled to help him la the
' least. We concluded to buy five bottles
of HooeYs flersapatllla and the child be.
fan taking It. Before be had finished all
that .we had purchased he was cured. I
have ale been cured of skin disease by
Hood' Hartaperllla. I was la such a
condition that 1 coold hardly endure ttto
Itohjng and burning. I felt that I must
give Hood's etersaparllla a fair trial, which
I did. I took four bottles and It curen
bis." Christina Gbebk, Oanastota, 8. D.
Hood's UaMaparllla la sold by all drug
gists. fl;slxforfo. Be sore to get Hood's.
W. I.. MoMlLLAN.
PUMilSllKB RVKRT FKTOAT
BaMrca si tko poit offlco at Ho J Cloud, Nob.aa
Tlio responsibility for tlio ftUluro of
tliu Hctinto to pass the turilT bill lust
wook baking to thu republican uan
tors. Hiul teiey been nblu to ugreo on
several proioiiuil nuieiidinmita to the
bill, thu inuiiHiiru would todny Itavo
boon returnee" to tlio hoiwo neoordlng
to uapouttitlons. Tlio republican semi
tots aaruotl ut tlio last minute to press
nil nmemliuunt giving i bounty to boot
sugar, but its soou na it wna brought
before tlw sonaiu, Senators Joees, of
Ark., imil Teller of Colo., Informed
tlioia tluit tlio senate wuuiil remain in
mission nil tlio Humnu.T buforo Hint
uiaendineut would be allowed to pas,
tiuil tfco republicans woe compelled to
withdraw It, but it wns tlitui rounwed
by Senator Alleti mul is still ponding.
Nothing now Simula in tlio way of tlio
llnal vet-j on tlio bill, but na agreement
among tiio republicans, nail that will
probably bo reached witliln two or
Judging from expressions lu Wash
ington, tlio trllT uinoniltnont tuxlug
traaslers of stock utnd bonds promises
to be a popular ono with ftho people.
It will bo paid by the speculators who
ileal la stocks nml bonds, who, as a
rule, do not pity theirsfinroof luxation.
A member of tlio administration says
that Pcosldout McKinloy has almost
deoided to sonil a spocial message to
ooogrosa, asking that legislation an
thoriilog n curroaov commission bo
passod. It was supposed that roprosou
tatlou made to the president by satin,
tors had caused him to drop this idett,
because of thu Impossibility of gotklug
suuh legislation to n vote, ovoti sup.
(losing that n qitorttm could lie kept in
Washington nfter the tariff bill is out
of the way ami thnt u nialmltv could
bo depended upou;bulothvr influences
have beau working to bring about the
sonduigof the messagii to votigress, re
gardless of the probability of its beiug
aoted Upon ut this session. This wns
not known until the president's de
parture for Canton, and nssoan ns bo
get., Imek Vo Washington, tomorrow,
bo will hear from the senators of Ihs
party who wUli the eurruuey iiiestion
left nlono for thr proton!.
Tlieru Is moteiylesi growling itinoiig
republican sunators bevause a catieiib
turned (Uwii die autl.triist ainondmcnl
to the tarllT bill, propnrud by Senators
Thurston, Davis mid Spoouer, upon
Hues suggested by Senator Nelson, mul
the nmeudinuiit has been introduced as
a bill by Senator Thurston. The ulll
make every person engaged in eon
ihiotiug n uombinu or trust guilty ol
misdemeanor, d provides for their
pttnlshmeiit, u oonvlcMon, by buih
Hue and iniprisoniuant at hard lalK'.
Altliough it wns stated by the op.
ponuiita of this auieadmont in the on il
eus that It was not tlio mutter itself
they opposed, but incorporating it in
the tariff bill, nobody lias any Idea Hint
the tuattor will bo allowed to got
through the seunto as an independent
Senator Wellington, of Maryland, is
going through what appears to unin
terested folk to be a case of biting his
owu nose off to spite his face, and his
face isn't protty even at its best, He
seems to have made the mistake of ac
cepting as literally truo, the fiction
that souators in sympathy with the ml
miulstration, are allowed to dictato all
the federal patrouage giveu to citieet's
of their states, and to have been led as
a consequence, to give a foolish imita
tion of Ajax defying Hie lightning, on
the floor of tlio senate, which amused
mote men than It frightened, Mr.
Wellington ought to kuoty that even
such iulluoutlal parly luuders as Sena
tors Piatt, of N Y., nml Culloin, of
One Minute Cough Cure, cures.
That U what it was audt fori
Ills., IniM' been iiiiiptiiil to content
liKiiselves with uuilorsing inei'i tor
'OMiilotis after the piesiilent hail lc
iilcd, without consulting theseiiatois
:i appoint them. In this particular
ease, Senator Wellington endorsed a
man for one consulate mid is objecting
to f s nomination living conllrmed for
a consulate of lesser Importance. Un
dor nil thn olrcomatmiocs, It is not sur
prising thnt Mr. Wellingtonshoiild bo
chargod with having endorsed a man
for a position which he though from
it iiiiporlnooe to bo entirely out of his
There is nothing now officially con
earning the Cuban question, but the
ordering of Consul General Lee to
Washington to confer with Minister
Woodford, nml tlio intimation given to
the (wo officer who have been chosen
ns military and navnl nttAches, re
spective!), of the U. 8. legation at Mad
rid, not to entry thoir families with
them, has fui;tilslied grist far the
gossips, who r-ay that tlio Inst, makes it
elenr that the administration regnrds
m-oubto Willi Spain over its Cubnti
policy nml hu likely that It doesn't
wish tlionttnuhes of tlio legation to be
hmnpetcil by mn preseueo of their
fiiiiiiHu-. at Math ,1.
This fiibtom of the fair sex hits some
tbiugk in Its f'lvor. The omplexion is
proteettil nu"iiut. thu simi and wind,
whU'li ti i'nr Im' hies nml Inn. Also
t n o ronrso
ed out of the
i i r that is
bro at hod.
Hut there are
u Is o, the
loss of freo
oireulaliiig air. The same air is
brent lied over and over again. Womon
ought, always to Iwoatho pure air.
Good vunt4lation, open air, outdoor
exercise, are what most women are
suffering for. Some women are in
valids, ami are necessarily deprived of
these blussings. Snob women should
write l)r Ilarlmau. (!olunibus. Ohio.
lWu-na is thn greatest remedy
known for the Ills of women. Mrs. A.
T. Lewis, of Taimiidge, Ala., says;
"I'e.ru-na is the best medinino I over
used for pains. I rei-oiiiuiond it to
All lliose who dcHt'o lr. lliu'tnian's
latest book on this Interesting subject
can obtain one for a short tlnxi free
by addtvksiiig The IVru-na Drug
Maniifaetaring Coihpany, Coltimlms,
Sorry for Him.
An exchange truthfully remarks that
simply because you don't seo an adver
tisement of a clothing store in tlio paper
is no sign thnt there is none In the
town or that people don't wenrolotheti;
because vou don't see a dry coods storn
advertisement is no sign there is notiol
and the women don't wear dresses,
etc., or because you see no advertise
ment of a bakery is ho sign there is
none and that the peoplo live on bay
or fresb air and prairie landscape, but
that the merchants running these
places of business do not believe in ad
vertising or have more business than
they ami attend to without advertising
We sell beer at wholesale mid you
can get atiyrpimitity from one kwg up,
at the South Side Sample Uoom. John
0! the Face.
Mrs. Laura E. Mime, ofDawsoc, Ga.,
savsr. "A small pimple of a strawberry
color appeared on my cheek; it soon
began to grow rapidly, notwkhstand-
ing an caocts to cbedt H. My
eye becsaae tenibly
inflamed, and was so
swollen that for quite
a wliilc I oonld not
sea. The doctors
said I bad Caacer of
the most malignant
type, and after ex
hausting their efiortb
without doing mac
aav eood. tbev save
up the case as hopeless. When in
formed that my father had died from
the same disease, they said I must die,
ucrcuuary (.oncer was incurabia.
"At this crisis. I was advised to tnr
S.S.S., and in a short while the Cancer
began to discharge and continued to do
so for three mouths, then it began to
heal. I continued the medicine a while
loager until the Cancer disappeared en
tirely. This was several yeara ago and
than haa been no return of the disease."
A Real Blood Remedy
wancer is a uioou (mease, ana only a
blood remedy will cure it. S. S. S.
guaranteed purely vegetable) is a real
blood remedy, and never fails to per
manently cure Cancer, Scre-f ula, Eczema,
Rheumatism or any other disease of the
blood. Send for our books
oa Cancer and Blood Diseases,
mailed free to
Co. Atlanta, Ga,
Tb tub Editor : I have an absolute
ramceV for Consumption. , By Hs timely xt
Ibousandt of hopelesa'cases have beet already
peratansntly cared. So proof-positive am I
of Mi powar that I comMer ft mjr duty to
sffrf Mil fm to these ef your readers
who have Conwmptlon.Throat, Bronchial or
Luag Trouble, If they wM waHe me theV
express uA aottofllce aderess. Sincerely,
The Battertal aa4 BaHeii Mmiwiii ol
Morning service at 10:80.
Sunday School at 11:80 a. in.
Junior Union at 4:00 p. in.
Young 1'eoplo's Soeiety at 7 p. m.
Evening service nt 8 o'clock. 'I'liin
will be a farewell service as it Is tint
last service of my present pastorate.
The etiurch has already taken steps to
secure another minister, mid it Is more
than possiblu that before many weeks
pass the church will have a settled
pastor for nil time sm vine.
I wish hi take this occasion to ex
press to the editor of Hie CittiK my ap
preciation of courtesies shown ami for
bis rendiness and willingness to print
items relating to church services and
C. It. Wra.iiKN, Pastor.
Preaehiug Sunday iiinruing at 10;1)
also Sunday evening at 8:15,
Sunday sciiool nt 11 A9.
.hlaler league at 4 p.m.
Senior leigue at 7:00,
Chapel Suudny school at HM.
Prayer and Prai.so service on
nosdny evening at 8 o'clock.
At 10:3 inatnt baptism win
At 8:1.1 p. ui. sermon to the Fire
A welcome is extended to all.
ltr.v. J. M ,Daiiiiv, Pastor.
On Lord's eluy, July 11th, the regular
sorviees will he followed. At 10:30
a.m.. a talk about the "Convention."
Evangelistic sermoa 8 a.m. Theme,
"Aiuplias," Afternoon sermon at the
Aiuack school house.
Good music. Scots free and a very
cordial weloomo extended to all, es
peeinlly the county"" reachers of the
L. A. ni;ssoNi, Pastor.
C. II. Heaver of Wisner, Nob., will
preach la the Congregational Church
next Sabbath morning and eveniug.
Sunday School at 11:15.
Junior Society nt. 4 p. ut.
n "They don't make much fuss about."
We are sneaking of DeWitfs Little
Barly Risers, tlio faaious Utile pills for
constipation, biliousness, and all
stomach and liver troublos. They
C. L. Coining.
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You may hunt the world over and
you will not tinii naoiher tnedloiuo
equal to Chamborlaiu'ri Colio, Cholera
and Dianhoea Remedy for bowel com
plaints. It is pleasant, safe nml re
liable. For sale by II. E. Grice, Drug
gist. Half Rate to Crete Chautauqua.
Juno ,'!0 to July. Go. via Burlington
Route. Brilliant program lectures,
band concerts, Slayton's "Tonties
seeaus", Edison's moving pictures.
J uly 5, Burlington trains 'J and il will
stop at all stations Hastings t Crete,
enabling residents of townsulong main
Hue to spend irrncticnlly the whole day
nt Crete, reaching honioatasetisonab'e
hour same evening.
For inforiHtiMoii about special iraln
Servian, seo lUls. For tickets, call at
nearest B. iV M. R. R. ticket olllco
Biirolng.itchiiig skin disease Instant
ly relieved by DoWitt's Witch Hasiel
Solve, uueqalled for outs, bruines,
burns It heals without leaving a scar.
C L. Cottlng.
One hnrtdred and sixty acres of an
improved land, foar miles northwest
of Rod CloiHt,Nebr. Terms cash. Ap
ply to, Mutt. Jamm Kikkwoou, Fair
Vim, vigor and victory : those arc
the characteristics of DoWitt's Little
Early Rlsors, tlio famous littlo pills
for constipation, biliousness nnd all
stomach and liver troubles. C. L. Cot
It heals everything except a broken
heart, may be said of DoWitt's Witch
Uazel Salve, Piles and rectal diseases,
cuts burns, bruises, tetter, eczema atid
all skin troubles may be cured by it
quickly and permanently. O. L. Cot-
There is a Class of People
Wtio are Injured by the ute of tattet, JUcentljr
there hat been placed In all the grocery ttoret a
now preparation otlle.l (UIAINO, made of pure
gralnx. that takct (lie placa of eoffee. The
mottdellc&teatomuch rccolvcs It without ds
lres, and but few can tell tt from coffee. It
does not cot river one-fourth a much. Chll
Iron msy drink It with went benetit. 15o and
25o per packai,'o Try II. Mk forOUAlNO.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powdor
WorU'i Pair Highest Award.
WotJoo to Tonohera
Notice N hereby given tUat 1 will ex
.inline nil poisons who may ilcsiru to
oiler tli'insolves as candidates for
teachers of the pablle schools of this
comity, at lied Oloud on the Uilrd Hai
ti rd ay of each month.
Special examinations will be held on
the Friday preeeedleg the 3d slatarday
of eaeh mooth.
The standing desired for i& and 3d
Srade certilieate is the same no grade
low 70 per cent., average 80 per centt
for first grade cortllicato no grade be
low 80 per cent., average W per coot in
all branches required bylaw.
I). M. HUKTKH, County Supt.
"I crave but ue Minute," sold the
public speaker in a husky voice; and
then he took n doso of Ono Minute
Cough Cure, and proceeded with his
oratory. One Minute Cough Cure is
unequalled for throat and lung
troubles. C. L. dotting.
A.S. Murray and Wife
Restored to Health by Or. Mlloa
It. MUItltAV, utiKlnew f()r Kcot &
KouHtroo Jlorcntilllo Co., Spring
HIil, Mo., write: "I suffered from
dytcla, was unnblo t. eat ntiyttrintt with
out suvere dUtrcss. Treated Iy scvernl
physicians without tienctit, I hecuuio almont
a iihysloal wreck and nii.i'ilo to attend t
my work. I took Dr. M lies' Restorative
Nervine and In oix wcekt; I vrtts well. My
wtfuhait a iert) at
tni'K of l.a Hrlppe
which bidugit on
trol les penllnr to
hi'rai'X. Tlio lle.itor
atlve Nervine Is tins
ouly tklus tliut luit.
biljicil liar. We Ixiili
lwipe you will uso this
in a way to Iwlp others as wo hnvu Ihjwi."
Dr. Miles' Itcuiadlcf ate boH by aHilriis-
gists amler a posttlvo Knaraiiiec, llrt bottlo
benefits or money rofunilcd. Heok on
Heart ami Nerves sout f r.eo to all ::pjllant8.
DK. MILGHMBDIUAIiCO., Llkhart, Ind.
' little ef
The popping of a
cork from a bottle of
Hires is a signal of
srood health and plea
sure. A sound the
old folks like to hear
the children can't
ts composed of the
very liiKredlenta the
yatom require. Aldtas
the nerves, purifying
the blood. A temper
nnvH drink for temper-
A pukin uIh 6 (iltati.
val with pains
la the head,
hips aad limbs.
But they need
These paint are aysaptoau of
daageroua derangements that
caa be corrected. The taea
atrual fnactioa should operate
makes uehstruatioa pslaless,
aad regular. It pata the deli
cate menstrual organs la condi
tion to do their work properly.
Aad that atopa all this pala.
Why will any womaa eufer
month after month whea Wiae
of CarduiwlU relieve her? It
coats f i.oo at the drag store.
Why don't you get a bottle
For advice, in cases requiring
special directions, address, giv
ing symptoms, "The Ladies'
Advisory Department," The
Chattanooga Medicine Co.,
Mrs. RfZENA UWII,
. ot onaIKs, Tsiss, tayst
" I was trausUS at nsntkly IMarval
H terrible palm In eiy hits and back,
bet have aasa entirely raltavae by wins
Bnv Dr. '?0m
W Mile A
K Nervine 3
m- Restores 5i
hUlVlBER and COAL
Duliainie Material, Bto.
RED OLOUD, - - NEBRASKA.
Nets ! Nets ! ! Nets ! 1 !
Special - Sale - on -Nets.
FROM JUNE 19 to JUNE 26.
We will a spocial inducement for all to get fly nots at :t low price. We have
a large and elegant line to select front.
ALSO SPECIAL 8ALK OF OTHEK GOODS IN THR HARNESS LME.
Repairing and ti homing done neaUy on short notice.
J. O. BCTI BM, Prop.
eity Dray and
ROSS St RIFE, PROS.
Goods Delivered to any part of the.
Charges as low as the Lowfcst.
G1TY AGENTS FOR!ADAmS EXPRESS CO.
The Latest and Neatest
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'1 V JfisSf j
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS OF ALL KINDS IN REASON.
arming;- Impleme nts
OUR SPBCIALITES FOR '97
McCormlok - axxcl - ttiolc05r3
JUCOVbEBHtS RNO B1ND9RS,
BAQLE LISTERS and
FAMOUS OHIO Sulky or
COMPLETE LIN6 OP LEHDINC GOODS.
m During the Month M
I will sell everything at r
Ti Many artioli'R :it ooat
thnt I menu
Q. A. Harris,
'M Tub Kalby Shoe Co.
Successors to A.H. KALBY.
See Our Ox Blood
Oxfords and Shoes.
We have a Bargain In Black
or Tan Oxfords at $1.00.
Butter and Eggs taken in exchange for Shoes.
All kinds of repairing neatly done.
Cincinnati Cash Shoe Store.
SHIRT WAIST SETS,
nntl many other uoftil articles. Coma
and see our stock before purchasing
W.o do the bi'st repairing
Ill - liulow cost,
Ciiiiui in tiud .soo
what 1 -iy
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