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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, NOV. IV), 1S97.
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$ Jj io yards Black and White
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inccly Irininioil in tiotit :unl
back with hiiiiri, the vi'iy
latt 'tile, 'inly
Blue and gioyinixuil goods
trimmed in military braid,
very nice for Minscs, priiMi
Bit nK'iiili, line black nt
bill' Iliiu-k l.iU'it cut, i
I.uri' liiittoiiv, 'xi fionr.
fi'rt, uu I'M-eptioiiiu valui',
(iictiu, blown and kh
. mixed guod-i, voiy nice,
n god 8 to 12 vent, pi ice,
in all styles and mate rials
pi ices ranging fr im
$1.50 to $10.
lloucle clolli, hi ick s.uln
llht Dame facing, military
In aid trimming haulc ft out
and sleiivos, lly front, ex
Keel and black niived gnoiln
fin .lilMicn, nice vuluo
Ladies Piush cape
Bead and iiHtiachun trim
'4 $M Pins,
Table Oil Cloth,
Solid shield safety pins,
3 sizes, per card
(juiitiino Buttermilk Soap, per box 22
leais Utisccnted Snap 12c
:J hais l.atubs Wool soap 10c
Palm, Elder and Glyccriuo soap 3
Lnbcllo toilet, 3 bars for Ho
In this dupartmont you will
tlnd a vry ooinplcte. lino.
Muu'd Lined gloves 17c
Men's Working gloveH 17o
Men's Working gloves 25o
Men's Lined Mitts. 80c and 23u
(iood values in Hngskins, Buckskins,
aud sheopskins. The best sheepskin
fleece hack, calf skin face mittens, JWc
In this department we are of
fering the best values in the city.
Con and (J loss starch
12 Bono, parlor matches
Magic Baking Powder
Standard Lemon or Vanilla extract
10 bars Laundry Soap
O S Smoking Tobacco
Morsbuum smoking tobacco Ullc
Sttfr or Horso Slinu chewing !18
2 boxes toothpicks Oc
1 pail Jolly GOc
1 pail Syrup 55c
Men's fleece lined shirts q
and drawers worth soc
Remnants in Dress Goods
at one-half price.
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WHITE WOOD FOLDING
Chairs Redeemable in coupons at $3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6. do, $7.00, $8.00 and $10.00.
finsst line of prizes in the city. All prizes of the best quality.
Patent Hooks anil 'lives
shiring, per yard,
Velveteen Dress Binding
best quality, per yard
L L Unbleached Muslin
JTaymen's thanksgiving. I
1 HV "NKMO."
Wo thank Time, who art power un
measured, that though perished nnd
forgotton goneratious have sought to
know Thee w Thou art, vet- th 'l'hv
form and Thy dwelling-place remains
as ever unknown and undescribed.
Thus gratefully do wo see that each
...moi-ntinn niimwiri Mir for life aud fuel
ing after light is prompted anew to
reverential seeking, because Thou art
still hidden among countless things
that proclaim Thy handiwork and hint
at Thy mighty power. And wo thank
Thee that the secret of the Almighty is
least known by the forward who seek
Thee flippantly, not being impelled by
their soul'b hunger.
llllt tllUII Will) llllltt elllllCbh M'Rtf,
Ami art by lilKlictit hosts adored,
I.ono uu bowc IlKlit, Tlijtclf to truce
Lent wonliould loko Tliee, Lord.
Creator of all things, and Pet milter
of evil, wo thank Thoe for the world as
it is, with Us wrongs that need lighting
and its pu"Ki "lllt crv out forsoothlng
Wo thank Thee that things aro not as
they ought to lie, for theieiu do we
Jlml jiistitioation for our existence and
stimulus to elloit. Cioatcd toboiloeis
of tleods, aud that we are still called to
ho oo-workors with all who in all ages
have oombatted evil, and worked,
hlludlv sometimes, to give tiuth's light
to the world.
Hut Thou who nccKt o ery ln,
Aifl rhenthett mill the Htriig4iiR Kworil
l-l not lliu wlckuil IwinwIil,
lc trood grow wcory, Lord.
Thou trycrof men, from the depths
of hearts distressed, we thank Thee for
sorrows. Though smitten and dis
appointed in hopes that seem purest,
we yet can raise a quavering note of
praise to Thee, who st'.st the precious
metal within where no human eye can
trace il, and who increases t alllictions
that no dross may remain. In suiter
ing we progicss, and in feeling mm low
wo learn siiipnthy. Wu thank Thee
that we ale deemed woithy of kiiihhip
with Thy gieatest ones, mohlers of
thought and saviors of nations who
have been led upward to usefulness
ihiougli preat tribulation.
Hut '1 hull u ho MJiiduxt pala uud oaru
Am) doHt t'Hth iniktliiK high record.
(lfo in- not moro lima wo ran tionr,
l.i'kt our fallh fuller. I.onl.
TI1011 giver of will, thou fashioner of
individualily, wo thank Then for
standanls of moials, vatjing with ua
(ions yet existent eveiywheio us a
boiindlcss gulf between uurnulvc- aud
the hrutns. We thank Then for tho
double iiatute within us, wairingiiu-
eensiugly the lower against the higher.
We thank Taeo that our lower natures
aro Blroig and insistent, causlag us
ever to be watchful warriors within
the cilidels of our own hearts, and
above all wo thank Thee for every soul
that limns the secret of victory ovor
self and thus gains power to help tho
weaker fight his weary buttle.
Hut Thou who tccNt right and uroim,
I.lknda) Had nlnht, In clear dlncord,
Mold nut tho ttvlllKhl over Ioiik,
l.cit we inlklako tlicm, Lord.
Thou Unimaginable One, wlioso
brealli is the life of our noslills, since
wu can dieam of noiliiug higher wu
call Thee, Lovk. For liuiiiau love and
lovodhiuc, we thank Thee. Borne by
the soft liioviugs of the wings of af
fection wo rise fuilhei- and further
flout the discoid and scllisluiess of thu
tlaik places of the eaith, into tho calm
of the hea veil", whuie peace lolguuth
ami the vluw U broad like Thine. For
thu heaveii-on-eaith that, human love
can bring, and for the gloi ions earth
in heaven which om love-enlightened
fancied picture, we thank Thou, Giver
lint TI1011, Ytliutv lihjIieHt auiiifltt"I,oo,"
Who KHcut It as our returd.
l'l It roino oer front ahovo.
I.pH It iUKritdc uh, Lord.
Thou judge of the people wIiomi
vast hand is bet lightly burdened with
out teeming millions, we thauk Thee
for our nation, reetlesj, impulsive,
hopeful. For ils faith in itself us set
apart arid destined for a great testing
in self-government; for its develop
ment, remote from threatening neigh
bor, su that backward steps can be
blamed only upon ourselves; for the
national spirit (irmly holding to the be
lief Hint beneath thu tossing waves on
tho surface of our federated life, there
still moves forward a mighty, on
rullled current sweeping toward ulti
mate national gloiy and righteousness.
For those with loud voice we thank
Hut uhohaut upon our land,
A lluod of liberty outpoured,
Let us Hi llmltH unilcmtniid,
I.op-i llroiiMi ilourlkh, Lord,
Fur our human naturo that is never
content with things attained, but must
over forward to nuw Ileitis of actions;
for our uiiquiiing minds in an enquir
ing ago; for tho progress of Intellecl
until wo weigh thu stars and trace
them in their wondrous courses until
wo wrench seciots from nature, hidden
through all the ages; for tho conquest
of eaith by diminutive man, 10 that the
rocks aro 1 out and rivers our turned to
suit our needs as inoniirchs of matter;
for the material tecoiih of our lacial
piogic-i; for all them thing wo thank
Tbee, Thou giver of dominion.
But Thou wboglrOHtto the race,
A walth of garnered wlidon). Mored,
Let ot win too high place
Leal pride IicbcI ua, Lord,
For the growing undemanding of
heredity, that "a little child" now lead
us into new educational tields; for tho
nniou of men and women ou increas
ingly equal terms in the thought of
those lniter days, directing us by
guutler paths into more peaceful life
than when men uncurbed, ravaged the
world; for,' these we thank Thee. For
our enforced sojourning hero, and the
convictions that life's oxpeiiences
mutt perish at death, for .1 being lower
than tho angels in that we can grow In
grace and light the good light, wo thank
Thee, Thou Cod of battles
I. old of life and of death, of earth
and of heaven, of novcr-umlLg ages
and of our own little fleeting moment,
WIS THANK TllKK THAT Vf K AHKl I
Dave Klllott has a very sick child.
Kd. Anderson of I'leasant Dale had
u Hold of oats that averaged 45 bushels
to ho acre.
Miss Kcld of the Center is teaching a
successful term of school at tho Hope
Bov. Finch preached another one of
his excellent sermons at Mt. Hope last
Miss Liziio Cury the popular teacher
of Mt. Hope went to her botno in Smith
Old gentleman Frauds is hiving
quite a serious time since he got his
Miss Hattio Moler has boon real sick
but Is some better at this wi iting. Dr.
Dykes of Lehnnon is attending her.
Wlille tho weather is warm overyono
is nt work gathering corn. One man
on our creek is neaily done as ho com
menced real early.
Since the late niins, what little wheat
was sown is looking very well and
wliile Kiirope was short 2i!5,000,000
bushels of wheat this year and wu
could only furnish l'J5,0UU,(M)() It hoems
as though we ought to have sown more
this fall and tiled to have raised them
tho other 100,000,000 that they aro
Married, Miss Kilith Scrivnor to
.Samuel Mountford lust Wednesday,
Hov. Ceo. Hummel olllciatiug. She
was formerly 11 very successful teacher
In Liuu and Curllold townships and
Mountford is a very successful young
fainter and lutchelor of this crook.
Several of the lulatlves and other
neighbors it tended tho supper given at
tho homo of her fathor.
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