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After Six Years of Intense
Suffering, Promptly Cured
Du Q Q C entiro circulation is
D? Oi Oi Oi nre n sovoro drain
stantly sapping away tho vitality. In ovory case tho prison must
bo eliminated fr m tho blood, and no amount of external treatment
can have any effect.
Thero isno uncertainty about tho merits of 5. S. S. ; ovory claim
muuo ior ic is uacKeu up strongly oy convincing
testimony of thoso who have l)een cured by it
and know of its virtues by experience.
Mr. L. J. Clark, of Orango Courthouse, Va.. writes:
" For six years I had nn obstinate, running ulcer on my
ankle, which at times caused mo intenso Buttering. I was
bo disabled for n long while- that I was wholly unlit for
businoss. One of tho best doctors treated me constantly,
but did me no good. I then tried various blood remedies,
without the least benefit. 9. S. S. was so highly recom
mended that I concluded to try it, and the effect was
wonderful. It seemed to get right at tho scat of the
disease and force tho poison out, and I was soon com
pletely cured." Swift's Specific
8. 8. 8. FOR THE BLOOD
drives out every trace of impurity in tho blood, and in this way
cures permanently the most obstinate, deep-seated sore or ulcer. It
is the only blood remedy guaranteed purely vegetable, and con
tains not a particle of potash, mercury, or other minoral. S. S. S.
cures Contagious Blood Poison, Scrofula, Cancer, Catarrh, Eczema,
Rheumatism, Soros, Ulcers, Boils, or any other blood trouble. Insist
upon S. S. S. ; nothing can take its place.
Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Go.
The Greater American Exposition.
Which will open at Omaha, Nebras
ka, July 1st and close November 1st,
1899, will bo tho most uniquo as well as
tho most successful exposition that has
ever boon hold in tho United States.
Tho opportunity for special features
r ltlnV ninnt nntKinnofa ItnTfn rrliTftn Mm
management, will bo utilized to the
fullest extent. In addition to tho reg
ular features, such ns exhibits of all
tho industrial intorcsts of tho country,
agriculture, miniug 'and arts, thero
will bo a most completo collection of
war rolics, direct from tho scat of war
which will bo of groat iutorcst to all.
An exhibit that will especially appeal
to tho pooplo in gonoral, will bo tho
colonial oxhibits from tho Philippines
from Cuba and from Hawaii. Not only
tho roprcsontativo pooplo from theso
islands will be at tho exposition, but
they will bo placed before you in their
A Thresher Feeder
that has every advantage of efficiency, convenience and economy
over all other feeders is the Nlchols-Shepard Self-feeder. It
feeds either bound or loose grain evenly and steadily, without
waste or litter, and completely regulates itself to the speed of
the separator. The feeding apron stops and starts automatically
and the feeder can be stopped whilerthe separator is in full
motion. It is held rigidly in place -when attached to the
separator frame and its adjustable supports keep it always per
fectly level. This Self-feeder is designed for the
KANSAS CITY, MO.
with lull tUck el
Obstinate soros find ulcers which
rofuso to heal under ordinnry treat
ment soon become chronic and deop
seatod, and aro a suro sicrn that tho
in n depraved condition. Thoy
unon tho system, and nro con
own habitations, just such as thoy live
in in their own countries; surrounded
by tropical plants and troos, such as
you would find wero you to visit theso
faraway islands. Even more excellent
musical talont has been secured than
last year, among thorn boing London's
Card of Thanks. .
Wo tako this method of thauking our
many kind frionds aud neighbors for
thoir untiring help and sympathy dur
ing tho sickness and death of our dar
ling; Mil. AND MltS. C. D. llOMNSOX.
To Whom it May Concern.
Tula is to cortify that I will not bo
responsible for any dobts or bills con
tracted by my wlfo Cora L. Wisocarvor.
W. H. Wisecarveii.
The CniEF and Chicago Inter-Ocean
ono year for 81 .25.
Large illustrated catalogue
that tells all about the
Nichols Shepard Sepa
rator and its im
michlnu and titni.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, MAY 10, 1890,
Decoration Day Program.
Tho following is tho program which
will bo observed in this city on Deco
ration Day, May 80th:
Tho members of tho G. A. R., soldiers
of tho civil and Spanish-American
wars, members of tho W. R. C, sons
and daughters of veterans, will meet at
tho G. A. R. hall promptly at 1 o'clock
Schoolchildren of tho Socond ward
will meet at their school houso, form
procession and march down Wobster
street to tho G. A. R. hall.
School children of tho first ward
will join tho procession at tho First
ward school house,
Procession will move from G.A. It.
hall promptly at 1:30 p.m. iu tho fol
G. A. R. and soldiers of civil and
w. it. a.
Sons of Veterans,
Daughters of Veterans.
Lino of march, west o Fourth avo
nuo to Walnut street, thence south on
Walnut street to tho comotery.
After tho usual exercises at tho cem
etery tho procession will reform and
march to the court houso square whoro
the following exercises will completo
Song by quartet.
Prayer by Rev. Hussong.
Reading of orders by adjutant.
Song by quartet.
Address by Rov. Edson.
Song by quartet.
All who can furnish flowers are re
quested to bring them to tho G. A. R.
hall before ono o'clock p.m.
Tho committee requests tho mayor
to issuo a proclamation calling upon
thu citizens to give duo reverenco to
tho occasion, and urgo that tho shops
and business houses close from 12
o'clock noon to 5 o'clock p.m. and that
all Hags bo displayed at half mast.
J. W. Wahuen,
J. S. White,
J. A. TUIJ.EYS,
D. L. Giioat,
School Board Meeting.
An adjourned meeting of tho school
board mot at tho oflico of tho clerk
with T. C. flacker, chairman, and C.
B. Crono, F. G. Turnuro, Houry Cook.
S. Beckwith and L. H. Fort presont.
Minutes of last mooting read and ap
proved. Tho following claims wero allowed
and clerk ordered to draw warrants
L. H. Rust, trees 825 00
D. L. Groat, labor on trees 3 25
V. H. Foam, labor on trees 2 25
W. R. Parker, pump and etc. 1st
ward school 20 25
Tho superintendent and secretary
woro givon full chargo of tho printing
oi tno commoncemont programs.
ivo dollars was allowed thosonior
class to bo used in decorating tho hall
for commencement exorcises.
A motion was mado that W. R. Par
ker bo secured to soo to tho lighting
and furnishlug of things at tho hall
and that an allowance of $3 bo mado
for his sorvices,
Tho following teachers wero named
for tho sovcral rooms in high school
and kimlorgarton: Miss Marker, Oth
room; Miss Mablo Day, 411) room; Miss
Gortio Llndloy, 3d room; Miss Boms
borg 2d room; Miss Carrie Ilummol,
1st room or klndergnrten.
Tho teachers for lirst ward school
woro elected as follows: Ross Cathor,
principal;! Mrs. Baum 3d room; Ada
Skjolvor 2d room; Susio Konady 1st
Motion was mado and carried that
Nellio Kaley, Mablo Howard, Pearl
Ludlow and Vanco Foe bo elected as
Motion mode and carried that same
salaries bo paid for tho coining jear
as wero paid during thu past year.
Board then adjourned.
No-To-tUc for Fifty CiaU.
aiwranud tobicco habit cure, makM WMk
wsatrosff, blood pare. Mc.M. All Ornwfu
J Bryant is foncing a hog lot this
L. L. DoHart sold a load of hogs this
R. J. Skeou is plowing up part of his
Chnrloy Wolf killed llvo wolves tho
N. B, Wagonorwas running two list
ors last week.
Wm. Amcj has built a barn on tho
old Wilson farm.
Walter Applegato killed ono of his
pots one day last week.
N. P. Campbell hns broko out part
of his pasture this year.
Charloy Campbell is putting out 120
norcs of corn this spring.
We do not sco as thoy havo got tho
Wagoner school houso moved yet.
Jap Smith Is breaking pralrio for
Kittio Wngonor at $1 per acre.
Thero will bo a lot of wild fruit if wo
don't get a late frost this year.
Wm. Lippincott is going to do Undo
Billie Roberts farming this year.
T. J. Dow broko his auvil ono day
last week while sharpening his listor.
Judo Whito took somo moro stook to
W. W. Applogato to pasture for tho
James McNutt was sowing somo
cano seed for Wm. Roberts ono day
We saw J. Bryant hauling out a load
of lumbor on Saturday. Now wo woo-,
dor what's up,
Moso Campbell says it is not ho who
writes for The Chief. No Moso, we
know it is not you.
John Coon lost one of his fat steers
by lightning last week, in tho thundor
storm of Tuesday night.
Wo don't seo why tho brethren don't
have preaching every Sunday, now
that they havo a church.
Thero is not tho acreago of corn
planted this year on the crook as here
tofore, on account of so much small
Wo soo. a lot of gypsies in town ono
day last wuok ami Low King was among
them. Is it possible Lew is running off
with tho gypsies.
J. J. Smith is making extensive im
provements in tho way cf setting out a
975 orchard and live tr nisand hodgo
plants on the farm that ho bought from
Wo understand that Judo White -is
going to start a blacksmith shop and
Joe Smith a carpenter shop and J.
Bryant a printing oflico atAmboy it
wo get a bridgo thero.
Another wedding soon.
Geo. Morhart is in town this week.
Graduating exorcises next Thursday
Horace Hill is down from Norton,
A third ef an inch of rain Thursday
night at this placo.
O. F. Evans arrived with his moving
Another jowolor in town Wednesday
looking for a location.
Harry Androws is gotting ovor his
hurt as fast as possiblo.
C. E. Vaughn is getting along nicely
with his wounded hund.
Two of Ed, Hagan's childron aro
quite sick with tho mooslcs.
C. E. Vaughn was in town Wednes
day, tho lirst time since ho got hurt.
Mr. Morrow, tho new Methodist min
ister at this place arrived Wednesday.
Jacob Kiudschor started for Kuropo
Thursday, expecting tft ho gouo six
Wm. Watson and A. N. Godwin from
tho vicinity of Cowles woro in town
Ed Garbor cut his wrist quite sovoro
ly with a kuifo while trimming a
Tho Red Cloud marblo mon woro
putting up somo work in tho Guido
Rook cemetery Tuesday.
Jttinei Varrell, 8i, living north of
MiWL $3 JPr
To get thiTbost Jesuits" you must use the best
You need expect only poor laundering with poor
soap, but you will find dainty articles that have been
washed 'with Ivory Soap restored to their original
freshness with unchanged colors.
Nothing that will stand the application of plain
waterjwill be jniured by Ivory Soap.
IVORY SOAP IS 99o PER CENT. PURE fffffti?
coyiiioht im ivtwi HttOTtn 4 oxmu oo. omemum '2 ."" '
town, was vor'y siok Sunday night
with a sovoro attack of heart disoaso.
A romnnstranco against tho building
of a bridgo at Aniboy, or Lester as it is
called, is boing circulated for signa
tures. Chas. Murphy lost n horso Saturday
night with a dlscnso aupposod to bo
spinal moningiiis or blind staggors,
andou Sunday ho lost another vith
thu samu disease.
F. Caldwell and II, McCormal havo
each lost a horso and tlioro aro sovoral
others siok, roportod to bo tho firunu or
similarly affected as those 0, Murphy
Anothor nico rain Tuesday night.
Farmers aro most all dono planting
W. Kent was out Wcdnosday buyln g
J . D. Campbell sold a load of hogs
S. B. Fordyco was a caller on B ud
DoHart last Sunday.
N. B. Waggoner preached at tho Mill
TO CLOSE OUT,
Entire Line of 50c SAILORS at 30c,
four colors. SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL SAILOUS AND
WALKING HATS. Another invoice of
Summer Pattern Hats at $3.00 to $6.50
JUST PLACED ON SALE.
Trimmed Hats from 75c to $6.50
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
Special Trimmed Hats from $7.50 up.
TRIMMED TO ORDEIt.
Itafgest Stoek Evef
NEW GOODS AKltlVINO DAILY.
WITHIN - THE - REACH
school houso last Sunday.
Rov Fit, preached at tho Brethron
church on Ash crnok last Sunday.
Onia Brown was homo from hor
work, on a visit to hor paronts Sunday.
Ed Mohlor and family woro visiting
with Joe Smith and family last Sun
day. What mado that hoy tako his girl
homo with his hounds instead of a bug
gy last Sunday.
N. P. Caiupboll sold his fat cattle
and ho oxpeottf to deliver thorn in Rod
Cloud the 22d.
J. Bryant 'was called away from
church last Sunday on account of sick
ness in bis family.
Docs Coffee Agree With You.
If not, drink Graln-O mado from
nuro trrains. A ladv writes: "Tho
lirst tlmo I mado Grain-O I did not liko
It, but after using it for ono week noth
ing would induce mo to go back to
coffoo." It nourishes ami foods tho
systom. Tho children can drink it free
ly with great bonoilt. It is tho
strengthening substanco of puro grains.
Get a packago today from your grocer,
15c and 25c.
Shown in fled Cloud,
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