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be a display of peculiar skill. There
is deceit in some soaps, but there is
none in Ivory Soap; it is a display of pecu
liar skill. It will stand any test and can be
relied upon to do all that is claimed for it.
IVORY SOAP IS 99 MU PER CENT. PURE.
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Butered at the pout offlco t Hod Cloud, Neti.M
ocoud clan mll matter.
' Local ndrcrtlnltiK 6 ccntn ur Hue cr Issue.
Local Advertising tat uiitcrtnliiiusiits, con
r.crtH, hdcIrIb, etc., given uy clmrclics, clinrliHtilo
joclcilcs, etc., whero nit moneys raised there
from arc ued wholly for cliureli or cbnrltnlilo
societies, llrat ten lines free nnd all ovr ten
lines accents per line per Issue, C3I
Local advertising of entertainments, concerts,
recitals, etc., whero per cent Is given to pro
motors, f cents per line per Issue.
One column ymt month t" u
One half column per month - 3 Ml
One fourth column per month 1 .5
General display advertising S'i cents per
l, II. UKITltlCII,
Of Atlami County.
For Secretary of Slate,
0. V MAltSll,
Of Itlchardiou County.
For Stale Treasurer,
Of C'ummliiK County.
For Slate Auditor,
Of Sheridan County.
For Attorney Ocnural,
V. N. I'ROUT,
Of flagc County.
Fir CommUiloncr l'utdlc Lnnd",
(1KO. D KOLLMKU,
Of Nuckolls County.
For Stipcrlutendeut;rulillc Instruction,
W. K. FOWLKH,
Of Wm-liliiKton County.
'" Congressional Ticket.
Tor Oougri-i'Hiinn, Mh Dl.trlct,
V, S, MOItl.AN,
Of Itcd Willow County,
For Mate Iteprc.rutntlve,
CIIAS 1'.. HICKS,
For County Attornc).
I". U OVWtMAN.
The Chineio goverment is either
throwing olT tho mask nnd defying the
powers or is making a gigantic hlulT.
Its notice to the powers that tho for
eign ministers at Pekin would not bo
allowed to sond or receive cipher mes
sages is an acknowledgement -hat the
ministers nro prisoner., held as hos
tages, and instead of resulting in stop
ping tho march of tho allied army to
Pekin, is likely to hiitry It, if anything
can conquer tho international Jeal
ousies and bickerings stttllclently to
hurrv it Tho war department now
Knows that the press dispatches an
nouncing tho starting of tho army for
Pekin wero prcmaturo. It also know.
consider ably more about thu situation
at Taku and atTslu Sion, ns it has re-
uoived two long messages from Gen.
Ctiafloe, which it was deemed inad
visable to make public.
Director Merrlam, of tho Census
Bureau, could safely ottur a valuable
prizo to tho city that is satisfied with
tbo oonsus returns of ltd population
with li.tlo danger of having to awaid
it. If thcro is such a city, it hasn't
boon heard from, while tho dUsalUlied
onos aro hoard from hourly by mail,
by wlro and by word of mouth, and
the hearing i not pleasant fm Direc
tor Mcrriam and his immediato sub
ordinates. Tho burden of all tho com
plaint Is tho satno. Tho overlooking
of thousands that should have been
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A OAMfttt CO. CINCINNATI
counted. Of course, on Ruucrnl priu
ci)0S, till) CUII9US ollleials deny tlmt
nnybody wits overlooked by tliu unit
morators, but they tiro nevertheless
:i littlu ttnuusy on account of tho
threats of business men in several
cities to hnvn a now census taken at
their own expense, just to show the
carelessness and worthlessuess of that
uinilo by the U. S. Prominent citizons
of Cincinnati .insist Out at least
10,000 names were omittecd in taking
th'i census of that city.
In view of the strong and nRRronslvo
attitude this government has taken In
demanding its treaty rights in China,
it becomes important for everybody
to surely know just what thoso
rights are. First and foremost, of
course comes the obligation of the
signatory powers to protect the person
of each other's ministers, diplomatic
and consular agents. This all the
world now knows, notwithstanding
many cotitlicting statements, the Chi.
uese government failed to do and there
is grave doubts as to whether it even
made the attempt to do until after it
imagined it heard the ttamp of the
allied army oji its way to Pekin. Next
in importance is that section of the
treaty dealing with citizens of either
country residing in tho other. That
promised tho broadest protection, in
tho exact words of the treatv, promis
ing to assure to citizens of the U. S.
in China and to Chineso in tho U. S.
entire liberty of conscience and exemp
tion from disability or persecution on
account of their religious faith or
worship in cither country.
It is not denied that American citizens
have been butchered by Chinese, for
no other causo thau their practice nnd
preacuing oi. nrisimnuy. That is
another count that China must settle
satisfactorily with this government.
To what extent our commercial treaty
rights have been violated is not yet
definitely known; but every dollar of
damago done will have to bo paid by
China, with interest Revenge is not
dielaling the policy of this govern'
At the door from a happy, hcalthv wile,
is something which the husluud looks
forward to all through the days l.ibor
He may be tired, but his step lightens
and his face brightens ns he quicken his
pace to recetve the smiling welcome of
ui woe. w uat a
difference in the
the man wlioie
wife is nervoys
and gloomy, hav
ing neither heart
nor strength to be
glnd Many such
a husband, has
worked n trans
lormntion in his
h o ui e I i f e b y
learning of the
by Dr Pierce s
tion It cures
diseases of the
builds up the
the sickly woman
into the happy
There is no al
cohol in "Favorite Prescription '" and it
is absolutely free from opium, cocaine,
and all other narcotics,
"My wife wa sick forover eight year, "write
Allien II l'ulte. V.i . of Altnmont, Utnmly Co ,
Ttruu "She had uterine dleoc nnd ua.tre.iled
t) two phjilciau., hm Rot nu relief Al Ian I
read in otic of our Memorandum Hook, aljcut
Ur I'ltrce'k m;iictue.,nnU'We decided to tr hi.
' I'avorile l're.cilptl in.' I ent to the drug tore
ar.d R.totie bottle, ami the firrt doe gate ea.e
and ilecp. tehe hid not slept any for three
tiluliU. UeltiR ute thu It would cure h?r I
ent for five more bottle, ami wiitn .he hid
liken (he tixth b ttte theuat nciuii and well.
We now have n fiue boy ut uur home,"
FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION "
MAKES WEAK Wo'mBN STRONU
AND SICK WOflCN WCLLf
'" " . .
. i.nmininraiMWWWinitwnir -"-- - ,m
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tnptit, which is asking no tnoro ai.d
will triko no less than what belongs
to It under Its treaties wlth.China
1 N Campbell has commenced work
on his now house.
Mr. Kchler was mound with a pho
tographing otittit tho lirst of the week.
Tho meeting of the King's Daughters
at tho house of James McCartney was
well attended lust Thursday. All re
port having a line time. "
The orgauizitiou of Rough Riders of
(fin Held appears to bean assured sue-
Missjituma Smith returned from Ayr
last Wednesday whero sho has been
visiting Rev. A. (. illaekwell and fam-
Mrs. May and Miss (JorMe Coon re
turned last Thursday from a lengthy
Wlt with relatives and friends in the
far east. They report having had an
Frank Dattgheity was home during
the week. Ho has been nt work in
day county and expects to teturn
Jumper Smith shelled and mark tod
corn one dny the lirst of tho week.
Tho brldgo across Hicks creek on
section 10 is in n dangerous condition
and badly n lined of repairs.
I. Y. Crary is excavating a cellar
prepaititory to building a largo resi
dence. Albert Horn and II. F. Cobbs liavo
Ceo. 11 trrU has rented a farm north
of town for next year.
Mrs. Jennio Colvin was visiting at
A Mr. Hrugh of Kansas was here
looking for a location tho lirst of tho
Grandma Sawyer is very sick.
That proverbial donkey still sings at
I. B. Colviu'd barn. I. B. has purchas
ed him and will contintto in tho stock
A largo number of people from hero
attended tho circus nt Superior Mon
day. A nice shower Wednesday.
Joseph Uehcrs, of Jowoll, Kansas,
was in town Wednesday on business.
A merry-go-round located in Obcr
heid's grove Wednesday and tho boys
are looking for their best girls.
An agent was tnking subscriptions
for the Omaha Reo Tuesday.
Leo Detour wont to Burr Oak, Kan.,
Wednesday. Wo are informed his
cousin was killed on tho railroad.
Commissioner Vance is attending a
session of the county board this veok.
Baso ball Tuesday. Guide Rock 13,
Weather windy and warm.
Rev. Finch, of Red Cloud preached
at Lower Penny Creek at 4 p. m. Sun
day to a large and altontivo congrega
tion. J. K. Fox bought two hundred
bushel of corn for 35cts. por bushel.
Mr. Harlow's little boy died August
8th after a. long spell of sickness
Louis Aubttshon will start August
I3lh for Wyoming to spend tho fnl
Charles Aubushon is suffering from
tho effects of a severo cut on his hand
Mr. Reynolds of Rod Cloud was do
i ii p business in Line this week.
Many thanks to tbo Oklahoma cor
respondent of last week and hope to
hear from him again soon.
The corn crop is doing line since the
rain last Saturday. It will niako about
twenty bushels to the aero
Wm. VnnOyke and hi two daugh
ters, Melvinn nnd Mary, attended tlio
Wesleyau Methodist Quarterly meet
ing at North Branch Sunday.
The Van Dyke brothers are tho own
ers of a Dompster windmill.
D. 11. Dillon of North Branch will
hold n series of meetiugs in Line some
time in the near future and will give a
short nccouct of what ho saw in tho
Prnffcssor Shannon ami daughter
Molly were visiting friend in Smith
county this week.
Beit Andrews was the guest of Kddlu
Aubushon this week
Mrs, Charles Isom and her two chil
tit un will go to Oklihoma somo time In
tho future to j .in her husband who has
Tho Misses Mary Wildui and Daisy
Roseuerati.s woio the guests of Mis
.May Seely this week.
Mel Slim man was doing business in
Llui one day this .veok.
Rain one day this week.
The CiiiKr- Calculating Puncll ena-
ules any one to ligtire fastei tlmu the
i iiiiguifM in-Kin fan without its aid. A
twist if tho un,i biings tlio n-snli
Instinctive, iuifiuMiiig and highly
useful Fiom llii dale w(. will give
ono with each d liar paid t.
The Chikk and Chicago Inter (.Venn
o year for IL2S,
-J..,..- t uW.t-f .
Is due to nn acid poison which gains access to the blood through failure of the proper
uitius iu tuny on aim Keep me system ciearoi an moroui, cncic matter, mis poison
through the general
deucy m such cases
Like other blood
in early life, but more
acquired or n.
solvent, purifying properties; attacks the disease in the right way, and in the right place the blood and quickly neutralizes
the acid and dissolves all poisonous dcitosits, stimulates and reinforces the overworked, worn-out organs, ana clears the system
of all imncaltliy accumulations, b. b. b. cures permanently and thoroughly, and keeps
the blood in a pure, healthy state.
Mr. J O, Mnlley, ujW iMh Street, Itullniinpollo, Ind., for eighteen month vnsjtotcrrlhly afflicted
with KheumalNm he wn unable to feed or I'revi hlnnelf. Doctor raid hltcnse wuh hotielenH Ilehnd
tried fifty-two prescription Hint friends had rivcii tilin, without the Mljlitcst relief. A few bottle of
8. S. S. cured him permanently, nnd he lu never li.nl u rheumatic p.iln since. ThUwii five yenr ago.
We will send free our special book on Rheumatism, which should he in the hands
of every Miffercr from this torturing disease. Our physicians have made blood and skin
diseases a life study, and will give you nnv information or advice wanted, so write them
fully and freely about your cas.e. We make
Wo offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
curtd by Hall's CtitM-rh Cure.
F. J Ciikskv & Co , Props ,
We, the tuderslgned, have known
F. .J. Cho'uey for the last llfteen years,
nnd believe him perfectly honorable in
all buinc5S transactions, ami financial
ly able to carry out any obligation
made bT the tirm
Wp.st & Thh.vx,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Wamjinh, Ki.vnak & Mavyin;
Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cine is taken inter
nally, acting directly on the blood and
mucous surfaces of tlio system.
Sold by druggists, price 73 cents per
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Do Your Feet Ache and Burn
Shnku into your shoes Allen's Foot
Kase, a powder for tho feet. It cools
tho feot &nd makes tight or now shoes
foel easy. Ctiros corns, bunions, swol
len, smarting, hot, callous, soro and
sweating feet. Allen's Foot Ease re
lieves nil pain and gives rest and com
fort. Wc hnvo over 30,000 testimoni
als. It cures while you walk. Try It
today. All druggists and shoe stores
sell it. Sample sent free. Address
Allen S. Olmstead, L Roy, N. Y.
Washington, D C.
Gcneseo Pure Food Co., Lo Roy, N. V.
tiontlcntun Our family renlizo so
much from the use of GRAIN O that I
feel'I must say a word to induce others
to use it. If people are interested in
their health and the welfaro of their
children, they will use uo other hover
age. I have used them all but Grain O
I have found superior to any, for the
reason that it is solid grain.
Yours for health,
C. F. Mveus.
oETitA.Y Notice: Taken up nt tho
farm of F. V. Studebakcr four miles
west of Red Cloud, ono bay horse pony
ten years old nnd ono liht cream pony
blind in one eye, nbout twelvo or fif
teen years old. F. W. Studeiiakeu.
Fou Sale The Red Cloud Breeding
barn, ono English Shiro stallion (im
ported), one Porcherou Norman, anil
one Kentucky Mammoth Jack,aud all
harness, bridles nnd sulkeys. K-cti
and every animal is sold with a guar
antee C. p. Winkrev, l'rop.
Nothing so thoroughly rouioves (ho
mulutia germ as IYiekly Ash Bitter.
It gives life ami action to tiu torpid
liver, hti'engtlicn.s and nssUti the kidney.-,
to properly cleanse tho blood,
gives tune to tho .stomach, purities thu
bowels and promotes good appetite,
vigor and cheerfulness. Sold by C. L.
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 days.
Morton I.. Hill of Lebanon, Indlaim. m)'n!
' My wife had Iiitluinmnlury Ithcumail-m In
ctery inutrloitml Joint; her mirerltiK wan terri
ble nnd her body and face were nvollt u almost
beyond recognition ; had been In bed fornix
weela hikL had eight P IithIcUiih, but recilred
no benefit until he tried the .Mystic Cure for
IthetimalUm, It gave Immediate relief and "ho
wai able to walk about In, three (1). I am
aurc it dived her life. Sold by II. E. Clrlee,
druKKlkt, Ited Cloud, Neb.
Rheumatism Cured in a Day
MyiltcCtire for rheumatism nnd netiralgln
readily cures In fiom one to three nyt. IU ac
lion upon thu sylem la reumrkublu Hiid inj
tcrloui'. It removes at once the eauo and the
disease Immediately disappear. Tlio llmdue
vrvnily lienefltn. i5rcntH. Sold by II 11 llrlce.
dread hot weather. They
know how it weakens and
how this affects the baby.
All such mothers need
Scott's Emulsion. It gives
them strength and makes
the baby's food richer and
10c. and $1. All dnifttsts.
W i'!vf hi nur HlutrnU'd vitalotrue.
FREE, va'n.iblc inf-)rnittim and
advice to tln.vi coiittiiipliilinK the
btudy of Art. Send postal for cata
logue. HALSF.V C. IVliS, Director.
mr. uouis school erriM akts,
St. Lmulm, M.
circulation is deposited in the joints, muscles
attack with Mich suddenness nnd seventy
active person helpless nnd lcd-riMen, with distorted limbs and
developing, witlt slight wandering pains, just severe enough to
is to grow worse, nnd finally become chronic.
diseases, Rheumatism is often inherited, and
lood, iusuilicient clothing, or anything calculated to impair Uic
often not until middle ngc or later.
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inherited, nnvumaWMSm IS BftW-IVMlJT kmbwuu viscNavy
nnd no liniment or other external treatment can reach the trouble. Neither do the preparations of potash
and mercury, nnd the various mineral salts, which the doctors always prescribe, cure Rheumatism, but
ruin the digestion and break down the constitution.
A remedy which builds up the general health and nt the same time rids the system of the poison is
the onlv safe and certain cure for Rheumatism. S. S. S.. made of roots, herbs and barks of wonderful
no charge whatever for this service. Address, SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Gfc.
The Portrait Painter I
STRICTLY FINE WORK IN
Portrait Frames and Easels in stock and to order.
Studio in Damerell Blcck, Red Cloud, Nebr.
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" I! H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
Row miinj- of you liavo lot tlio prtco of tills Knglno In ono day on account of In
sufficient wind to operate your wind mill?, leaving your stock without water. Oct ono
now to do your pumping wlion tlioro 1-, no wind or to do It rc-tilurly, WoiUlior doe not
atTect Its work, hot or cold, wot or dry, wind or calm,' it Is uh thu sumo to this machine
Will also shell corn, grind feed, saw wood, churn butter and Is handy for a hundred othor
Jobs, In tho house or on tho farm. Costs nothing to keep when not working1, and onlp I
to S cents per hour when worklnir. Shipped completely set up, ready to run, no founda
tion needed, n Brent hllor und money haver. Itequlres practically no attention, ami Is
tbsolutuly safe. Wo make all sizes of Uupollne Kiutlniw, from V.i to 75 horso power. Wrlto
or circular and special prices.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO., omfiHa, NEB.
OTRAJDISRS JUMOBIDTfc CO,
LUMBER and COAT
Building material. Etc.
Red Olouu. - - Nebraska
PLATT & FREES CO.,
ehieago Itumber Yard,
City Dray and Express Line. -,
e. 1a. ROSS. PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
' CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 52.
THERE'S A HITCH
somewhere if you ilon't f,'et K"Otl it : 1 1 -ty
in your hiirmt4.
D.m't lu t'l-nt wise urii doli.ir fmili.-li
ly Ktttnc: trn-liy mull, Inn liny our
Leat Iter litirnes-i. Timi. will Inst for
yen i Mini uivu Mitisliii'tioti, ui it wvv
tlmt will surprito inn Iiy it- litleues
OUR HORSE COMFORTS
sueli tis Iiy iut, I'le . nro will wortl
jour nttmitlon, mid will ttr. ly piuvun
.- TJ mi-
nnd nerves, causing the most intense pain.
a9 to make within a few days a nealtuy,
shattered nerves; or it may be slow in
make one feel uncomfortable ; the ten-
cxosure to damp or cold, want of proper
neaitn, will lrequcmiv cause u 10 ucveipp
Coal and Cement.
Our Coal is SUPERIOR
STILL bK.LL AL THE SAME OLD
Waqonoales Baok of Office.
Buy ami tfll Bided U,iy, Corn, Oats
.Miuet, uarloy, Etc..
r'till line of Flour ami Feed on hand.
W. B. ROBY.
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