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Old People. It Gives Them
New Blood and Life.
tho remedy which will keep their systems young, by purifying the blood,
VltorOUgniy removing nil wuuui uuuuuiumnuiiB, mra iuiin-
ing new strength and life to tho wholo body. It increases
tho appetite, builds up tho energies, and sends now life
giving blood throughout tho entire system
Mrs. Sarah Pike, 477 Hroadway, South Boston, writes :
" I am seventy years old, and had not enjoyed good health
for twenty rears. I was sick in dlfToront ways, and in
uddition, had Eczema terribly on ouo of my legs Tho
doctor said that on account of my ago, I would never bo
well nsiain. I took a dozen Ixittles of S. S. S. and it cured mo
pV completely, and I am happy to wiy that
"Jk I feel ns well as I over did in my life."
Mr. J. W. Loving, of Colquitt, Ga., says: "For eight
een years I suffered tortures from a ilery eruption on
my skin. I tried almost every known remedy, but they
failed ono by ono, nnd I was told that my age, which is
sixty-six. was against me. and thut I could novor hope
to be well again. I Anally took S. S. S., and it cleansed
my blood thoroughly, and now I am in perfect health."
S. S. 8. FOR THE BLOOD
Is tho only remedy which can build up and strengthen
Id people, because it is the only one which is guaranteed
tree from poiaan, mercury, arsenic nnu umer uauwBtg
minerals. It is made from roots and herbs, and has no chemicals whatever
t it. 8 8 B. cures the worst cases of Scrofula, Cancer, Eczema. Rheumatism,
etter, Open Sores. Chronic Ulcers, Boils, or any other disease of tho blood.
Books on these diseases will be sent free by Swift Speciflo Co., Atlanta. Ga. -
SanFBflciseo Poultry Gar
will be near tho B. &. M. depot
Thursday Forenoon, June 8th
Bring in your poultry to this car and got tho following
prices in cash.
Hens 07c per pound.
Rooosters $1.75 per dozen.
Ducks and Geese x ... . .040 per pound.
Hen Turkeys . . .-. .08c per pound.
Tom Turkeys v;$ ,07c Per Pouncl-
Do not forget tho date, as car willjbo on tho track only
The essential pointi in a Separator arc capacity, thoroughness of
separation, and simplicity and durability of construction. Ou. each of
these points the Nlchoh-Shopnrd Scpurotor has great advantage over all
other threshing machines. Any one of the nine sUei will
thresh more and save note grain than the corresponding
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feebleness and ill health, and
ncarlr all of tho sickness among
ing their blood puro thev can fortify themselves
bo as to cBciipo three-fourths of tho ailments
from which thov Buffer so generally. S. S. S. is
other separator. The Nichols-Shcpard
Separator is ni strongly, sim
ply, yet perfectly made as a
separator can he, The
uorlc of separation is
done without the aid
of pickers, raddles, forks,
or other complicated parts
that in other uiachtnescatise
continual bother and expense
by breaking or wearing out.
Write for largo free catalogue
that pictures and explains every
part ot tho Nlchob-Sliepard Scpn
rntor and the Nichols-Shcpard
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KANSAS CITY. MISSOURI,
wltb fall (ucU of iinclilu il nxlrn.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, MAY 2G, 181)9,
The Class of '99.
On next Friday, Juno 2d, 1600, at
8:80 p.m. at tho opera houso will occur
tho tenth annual oommoncemont of tho
Red Cloud high school, at which time
twelve pupils, ton girls and two boys
will receive diplomas as token? of their
long hours of study within tho school
room. Thero are twolvo graduates of
the regular course of study, and four
that will complete all tho work except
the Latin. The nanos of tho graduates
aro Misses Clara Abel, Jessica Gather,
EllaB. Cook, Floronco E. Cottlng, Gor
trudo Coon, Junnio J. Durkeo, Sophia
M. Latham. Uraco O. McClelland, Susio
E. McCord, Luollo M. Putnam and
Stacy E. Morhart nnd Paul C. Popo.
Dr. Eugeno May of Washington, D.
C, will -deliver tho class address. Dr.
May comes well recommended and wo
fool confident that tho pooplo of Red
Cloud may expect a good address, as
ho is a notjd traveler and lecturer.
His subject will probably bo "From
Cork to Causeway." As will bo no
ticed by tho program there will bo no
salutatory address by a member of tho
class. This is duo to tho fact that tho
school board mado a ruling requiring
two nttendnnco yoars at tho school
for pupils holding cither tho places of
salutatorinn and valedictorian, nnd as
tho party untitled to it has been to
school horo but ouo year she is crowded
out. nnd tho next on tho list refusing
to tnko any honors to which sho is not
untitled, leaves this important part of
tho program uutillud. Tho opera
houso will bo annromiatclv and tusto
fully decorated and flower bedecked
for tho occasion, nnd tho admission
will be fifteen conts with no extra
charge for reserved seats. Seats will
bo placed on sale Tuesday morning,
May 80th, at 0 o'clock, at Grice's drug
store. Following is the program and
list of orations:
Voul Solo, "Do What Mother has Taught You."
MI11 Myra Griffith.
InTofatlon. . .. ,. t ---
Iter. I. w. Bdion.
Whittling Solo.. .... ......8elected
Mn. P. A. Wellt.
Dr. Eugene May of Washington, D. C.
Violin Solo, piano accompnlmenU...8elcetcJ
MIsjcb Margaret and Mary Miner,
Mlii Florence E. Cottlng.
Vocal Solo, violin obbllgtto, "Angel's Serenade"
Mlai Lillian Smith, Thad MoNltt.
Presentation of Diplomas . ...
Prof. Geo. I. Kellcy.
Quartet . "Good Dye, C'laissmatcs, Good Bye."
Albrlgnt, Cottlng, Fulton, Albright.
Itev. I.. A. Iluaiong.
LIST OK ORATIONS.
"Tho Strength of the Coble Lies In Its
tsttnuds.".. ... cinralll. Abel
"Cap and Hells" Juaslca Cather
"Prospect and Hetrospoct".. -Ella II. Coolt
"Thelntliiencoof Environment," .....
- .Florence K. Cottlng
"Pato Will Miow tho Way," Oertnulo Coon
--Historical uiuBuines, ......... ...leiimo J, uurico
"Tho Key to the Orient,".. hoplila M, Latham
'National Defenses."..,, btacoy E. Morhart
'Dliiruonds," GracoO. McClellainl
"Marcus Tulllub Cicero," suslo E. McCord
"The Spirit of Unrest."...... PaulC. I'opo
"Columbia In llio-Kingdom of tho YoIIott
Kobo," ... - Lucllo M. Putnam
"Tho American Navy," Gullclma M. Itced
Decoration Day Program.
Tho following Is tho program which
will bo observed in this city on Deco
ration Day, May 30th:
Tho mombors of tho G. A. R., soldiers
of tho civil and Spanlsh-Atnoricnn
wnrs, mombors of the V. 11. (J., sons
nud dnughtetsnf votorans, will meet at
tho G. A. It. hall promptly at 1 o'clock
Schoolchildren of tho Second ward
will meet at their school houso, form
procession nnd march down Wobster
street to tho G. A. R. hall
School children of tho lirst ward
will join tlio procession at tho First
wnnl school house.
Procession will movo from G.A. R.
hall promptly at 130 p.tu in tho fol
. G. A. R and boldiors of oivll and
Sons of Votorans
Daughters of Veteran.
Lino of mnrch, west on Fourth avo
11110 to Walnut street, thenco south on
Walnut street to tho lomutoiv.
Alter 1 no usual exetflses at tno eoni
etery tho procession will leform nnd
march to the court houso square whore
tho following oxurcispt) will complutti
Song by qiiitriot.
Rending of orders by iidjutuut.
Song by (itiartnt.
Addross by Roy. Etlson.
All who can furnish llowors aro re
quested to bring them to tho G, A. R.
hall before ono o'clock p.m.
Tho committee tequests tho mayor
to issue n proclamation calling upon
tho citizens to give duo revorenco to
the occasion, and urgn that the shops
and business houses clodo from 12
o'elnok noon to ft o'clock p.m and that
all lines bo displayed at half mast.
J W WARIH'V,
do (i lllHKi;,
J. A, TULLEYH,
D, L. GltOAT.
Sunday School Convention,
yrho tenth annual convention of tho
Wobstor county Union Sunday school
association met in tho Methodist
church in this city on May 23d at 11
a.m. according to program. Tho re
cent rains tonded to kcop down tho
dust nnd to warrant a cool atmosphero
so that no ono was hindered by thoso
convention terrors (dust aud extremo
boat) from coming. Good delegations
carao from every direction, nnd tho
vlsitois from far and near swelled tho
attendance up into tho hundreds. Tho
work of tho program committee was a
difficult ono but tho nrrangomont of
tho paper; and discussions which woro
both strong and up to date, mot tho
approval of tho convention. Tho con
vention opened on tinio nnd tho work
was accomplished with nlacrity. Tho
choir waB lillod with about forty voices
and again tho convention, as of old,
was fairly lifted onwnrd nnd upward
by tho forco of enthusiastic song. Tho
homes of Red Cloud wero thrown wldo
open, so to sponk, to tho largo number
of this Sunday school host, nnd tho
hospitality of n christian community
was uustlntiutily shared. Some impor
tant parts of tho couvontlon woro tho
sunrise prayer meeting on Wednesday
morning; tho recommendation of a
committee, of which L A. Ilussong
was chairman, that thn now and uni
form constitution nud bylaws for coun
ty work in tho stuto bo adopted, which
was necordinclv done, rolegating tho
old to tho history only of our Sunday
school work; tho Question Box which
was conducted by Rov. Edsou, aud tho
ablo address by Stato Socrotary Pol
look on Wednesday evening. Tho
election of officers was held Thursday
morning and resulted in tho choice of
Mrs. E.J. McClaren of Blue Hill, pros
ident; L. P. Albright, Rod Cloud, vice
president; Mrs. Una Logan, Blue Hill,
secretary; Mrs. Alice Popo, Red Clond,
treasurer. L. P. Albright. C. B. Crone,
and Mrs. L. S. C. Brakeflold were
chosen as delegates, and Mrs, E. B.
Knight, Mrs. A. J. Hayes, and Mrs.
Lina Logan were chosen as alternates
to the Stato Sunday Sohool Convention
to bo hold at Holdrege, Juno 18th.
14th and 10th. The convontlon closed
nt 12:30 on Thursday, with tho bene
diction by Rer. L. A. HuBsong. By
tho request of many oitizons of Bluo
Hill tho next annual convention will
be bold at that town somo timo during
tho summer mouths.
To the Patrons of the Public Schoob.
Next Tuesday will bo Docoration
day and although wo hnvu not been in
vited to participate in thu oxorciscs,
nevertheless wo shall endeavor to form
a procession of children and pay our
tribute 01 rcspcci 10 inu uoparioa
heroes. Thoto Is no other opportunity
so well calculated to Instill into chil
dren's hearts a puro and unsoliish pat
riotism as strowing llowors upon 1110
touts of sod that contain thu nation's
dead. But wo teachers hnvu 110 moans
of compelling children to march in a
procession. I wish to remind paronts
that they have a duty to perforin in
this matter. If parents will start each
of tlioif children to Jho school houso
and givo each of them a Hag and a
buncli of llowors to carry, wo can
mnko a crcdltnblo showing iu a pro
cession. Wo do not want children to
march in tho procession unwillingly;
wo do want them to go cheerfully,
patriotically and with a fuilsuiisoof
duty wo owe to the men that sacriliced
their lives fot our eoimUi. Thu day
Is a legal holiday, schools aro not iu
session, nnd wo cannot gotchildron to
join tho procession if parents will not
co-opoiato witli us. Let us hnvu a
procession of school children that will
show thu votorans that wo honor them
while thoy are living, and dock their
graves with flowers whon thoy aro
dead. Gr.o I. Kellry
State Weather and Crop Report.
Tho weekly crop bulletin issued nt
Lincoln snvs of tho stnto in guneral,
that tho past week hns linen cold,
cloudy aud wot. tho avctat'o dally
temporutmo deficiency has been about
!i degrees. iignt frosts ocuiiitmi in
the northern counties but uo dumtigo
was done. J Uo rainfall has been nor
mal or above in all district"? In tlio
wt-storn counties tho rnlniall was
slightly morn than half an inch, which
is about unuual. Heavy tains fell in
the eastern countic-.s on b'rlday nnd Sat
urday, tho total weekly amount vary
ing from ouo to more than live im-hes,
and exceeding tlneu inches In aeon
siderablo area in the southern portion
of tlio stato. Tho rains of the week
have removed nil drought condition,
and havo been vory benellcial to oats,
wheat and grass, Heavy showers
havo washed out corn slightly, nud
corn planting has boon delayed some
what by the wpt weather. Howovor,
most of tho corn is now planted Tho
low temporntiiro has boon unfavorable
for gci munition and growth of corn,
but tho early planted Is coming up
nicely, with a good taud, and cultiva
tion Ihih eommem id in lh southern
lomilii's Small j;i 4111 nnd gitts.n
hu (pi-ivn Hell.
If you want 11 dilvo well made 1 c.tu
do it for you.iu lirst class stylo. Jauks
A clean, vigorous shampoo, with an abundant
lather of Ivory Soap, is delightful and refreshing.'
It cleanses the scalp, removes dandruff and' leaves!
the hair glossy and clean.
'IVORY SO A.P 99J& PER CENT. PURE;
ikrTrtsM. 1 m, v, n.
Little Stuff Which Almost Escaped the Pub
lic EyeThrough Carelestneu.
Tho Kingmnn (Kansas) Loader says
that n suokor is born ovory minute.
This truthful assertion was brought
out on n write-up of tho pooplo who
swallowed tho bait of a long-haired In
dian corn doctor who worked that
placo. Tho Suporior Journal states
that tho old sildicrs' reunion hold
at that place is no longer a crowd
drawor nnd is advocating a street fair.
-An exchange truthfully remarks,
When a man disputes with a fool tho
fool Is doing tho same thing." About
seron days yet remain until thu night
tor tlio commoncomout exercises, ana
nothing has been done in regard to
fixing up tho" roar entrance to tho
opera house. Somo pooplo think that
whon a nowspaper advocates tho car
rying out of somo ordinnnco or law
that it has "got it in" for tho party or
parties 'against whom tho ordinance
will work. This may sometimes bo tho
case, but it is not so in this instauco.
Puplia sontimout nnd duty has mado
this call and it is nnthincr more than
right that tho safety of thu patrons of
this public hall should bo looked after.
Tho sentiment grow from tlio torribto
tho and fatalities which occurred at
tho Patterson block hnll nt Omaha.
An ordinnnco was drafted to oovor
to close our,
Entire Line, of 50c SAILORS at 30o,
four colors. SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL SAILORS AND
WALKItja HATS. Another Invoico of
Slimmer Pattern Hats at $3.00 to $6.50
JUST PLACED ON SALE.
Trimmed Hats from 75c to $6.50' '
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
J Special Trimmed
Largest Stoek Ever Shoioti in Red Gload,
NEW (iOODS ARRIVING DAILY
S PRICES - WITHIN - THE - REACH - OF - ALL,
Im a mv ci
cases of this kind, and being in tho or
dinance book should bo onforcod. On
tho night of the commencement exor
cises this hall will bo crawdod. How
will tho city authorities and tho own
ers of tho hall fool if something hap
pens thnt night nnd pooplo aro maimed
or killed through their negligoncot
Our former mayor nt tho solicitation
of residonts becrnn tho irood work.
Tho question is lias our prosont mayor
got tno norvo to oniorco tiioouiinnncos
of tho city found in thu ordinnnco
book? Mako overyono who has a
sinirway which is unsafo Ux- itup.
Condemn tho rookory nnd Noah's ark
on our main struct and havn-tliem
torn down. Will our now mayor do
this and save our city from looking ns
if it had go no to sood? There urq a
fow 70 ung Indies in tills eltywh'otn w,o
undorUnnd aro vory, very, naughty .
Thoy wilfully persist in gotbpr with
"follow" whom thoir "niam'tnns" say
aro "not fit to go with," Just nt pres
ent wo tiro unable to decide who has
tho best of it, but 110 elopomonts aro
expected, "Mammas" should not ho
too snvorc with thoir daughter's "fol
lows" for if thero is anything a man
hales it is a cranky niothor-in-iaw.
To Whom ft May Concern.
This is to certify thnt I will not l
responsible for any dobts or,bills con
tracted by my wlfo Cora L. Wls'ccurver.
W- II. WlHKCAKVKlt.
Hats from $7.50 up.
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