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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1900)
Every woman lovta to think o( the
tlmo when a soft little body, all her
own, will nestle In her bosom, fully
satisfying the yearning which lies In
the heart of every good woman. But
yet there is a black cloud hovering
about the pretty picture In her mind
which fills her with terror. The
dread of childbirth takes away much
of the Joy of motherhood. And yet It
need not bo so. For sometime there
has been upon the market, well-known
and recommended by physicians, a
which makes childbirth asslmplo and
easy as n.ituro Intended It, It Is a
strengthening, penetrating liniment,
which the skin readily absorbs. It
gives the muscles elasticity and vigor,
prevents sore breasts, morning sick
ness and the loss of the girlish figure.
An IntelllKont mother In Iiiitlrr, Pa.,
aayat " Were I to need Mother' Friend
again, I wouldobtaln 0 bottUi It I hud
to pay $3 par bottle, (or it."
Get Mothtr'l Ffland at the drug
tor. $1 parbattU.
THE BRADf ICLO REGULATOR CO.,
Writ for our fr llluitrated book, " Btfor
Utbjr ! Horn."
II A il.I fnttslnr
nonnnna jrouriiwn .
ing nnrnvHn m inn
worm miiu ui wiu : & .-
hi nail inn. ri
Iiorae luck better, but makwi tb
leatber ion and pliable, put u in con-1
union in laii iwicu aa ions
n It ortUnirlliMvnuld.
.7. PoU fftirahtrt Id ctat tl 1
'.id. mi. ul. br ,j
.: - .
UIL. bU, CJ
r. d. bedford,
Real - Estate, - Insurance,
Agent tor tho Kqtitaui.k Liitk Assuk-
Dr. E. A. Creighton,
Uonornry Uriultmto & Silver Medalist
Western University, Canada.
Calls Answkukm Hay and Night.
Orrri'K Oven Cook's I'iiaiimact.
J. S. EMIGH,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Ctiwi 1 Bridge Wirk or Teeth Without Plates
And alltbelatcit Improvement In dental mch
OVERMAN c BLACKLEDOB
TTORNBYS - HT - L.K3H&
Oflice over Office.
KED CLOUD, NEU11ASKA.
THERE'S A HITCH
Eomewhere if you don't got good ijuali
tv in vour harness.
Don't bo cent wise and dollar foolish
by Rotting trashy stuff, but buy our
Leather harness. That will last for
years and givo satisfaction, at a price
that will surprise you by its littleness.
OUR HORSE COMFORTS
uch An At nets. etc. aro well worth
your attention, and will surely provon
. j tuc uADwccc
J. O. Butter, THEfv,AR?ESS
HOW TO STUDY ART!
We give In our illustrated catalogue,
FREE, valuable information and
advice to those contemplating the
study of Art. Send postal for cata
logue. IIALSKYC. IVKS, Director.
ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS,
St. Louis, Mo.
cuntb wntiit ni tut tAiib.
lloat Coagh rJyru:
Coagh Hyrup. Taatra U(kh,
tkm br aruirulMH.
PICKED UP FRESH.
The moro bail lmblts tho avorago
until hits the better ho scorns to enjoy
A man always knows how to govern
his wife, but tho troublo is slio wont lot
him do it.
Whon a woman has nothing elso to
wish for she begins to wish that her
husband was different.
Husintss is business, unless the cus
totner hnppons to bo a womoii, nnd
then it becomes strategy.
There ato wives who drive their hus
bands to drink, and there tire lots of
husbands who would like to linvti jtit
An xclinngn wants to know what
hits become of lirynnf Alight in well
ask what has bocome of Hunedit't Ar
nold nnd ,le fTorson Davis.
A crazy innn ehcapctl from tho nsyl
tun in Missouri and after a two dnys
search tho authorities fotinl him sit
ting on a jury in tho court.
A great many timas during the day
a business man bocomes convinced
that ho is paying telephone rent to
hear his clorks mako dates.
Evory tirao somo women and girls
gat in front of a looking gins? and
scrub they reali.o how much thoy owe
to face bleach, powder and paint.
A Chicago girl's awkward fall from
her wheol led to her getting a husband.
Many other young wheel women will
doubtless tumble to the trick nt once.
Husbands should remember that u
kiss or a hug administered to tho cook
in the morning no matter who aim
may be generally insures a good din
The fellow that tries to kill himself
because some sweet ducky of a girl has
fooled him, has not the slightest con
ception of tho old phnt80 "there nro
A learned doctor gives it as his opin
ion that tight lacing is a groat public
benefit, because it kills off tho foolish
girls and leaves the wise only to be
There was a time when boys went to
collego to acquire an education. They
now go to play football, smoke cigar
ettes, chow "tobacky" and acquire
other liko accomplishments.
A correspondent wants to know what
United States senators get? They get
$5,000 per year, clerk hiro, mileage,
free passes, profits on sugar stock,
garden seeds and free drinks as a rule.
After all, it is doubtful if it is not a
waste of tlmo to leach the girls Latin
and Greek. Thoy generally get a com
mon place husband and then get
abused all the rest of their lives be
causo thoy can't cook.
The most pitiful thing nt a church
social is to seo an "old girl" who has
boon laboring for tho Lord for years
and who has probably baked most of
the cakes and did mora than her share
of tho work for tho occasion, have to
sit at ono of tho rear tables antl cat
Tho Ciiikk Calculating Pencil ena
bles any ono to liguro faster than the
brightest brain can without its aid. A
twist of tho wrist brings tho result.
Instructive, interesting and highly
useful. From this ditto wo will give
ono with each dollar paid on subscrip
tion. If you have frequent headaches, diz
ziness and fuintingspells, n:companicd
by chills, chilblains, epilepsy, jauntliito
or constipation, it is a sign that you
are not well, and are llablo to die nay
day. Par your subscription a year in
advance and thus mako yourself solid
for a good obituary notice.
And aow comes tho news that the
Puro Food Company of Chicago has
failed. Tho reason assigned was that
it was impossible for the puro food
company to succeed without n little
sand iu the sugar, ammonia iu tho bak
ing powder, chicory in tliocolToe, dead
Hies In tho currants, worms in the
pcnclies, wooden nutmeg? and i eld
There's no use talking, this old world
isn't at all like a novel In novels
when a girl gets sick she gots pale and
bit; eyed, and looks like an angel in a
white, looso thing that might bn a
wrapper and might not bo. In real
lifo sho has a red nose, swelled eyes,
her hair is out of ctinip, sho has a red
Hunnol rncr tied around her neck, and a
faded calico dross on, so that the tur
pentine and goose grease on her chest
won't hurt it they soak through, antl if
you got near enough to kiss her you
can smell quinine and ipocao nil day.
He "These weddings nro a borel
Don't you think boV" Sht. "I don't
know. I've nccr aried ouc." Town
' I Lawyer "Do you swear the collision
raised tho entire car?" Witness
"Well If rnUml i.vorvt l,lnn lint tlin win.
I 1, v.. 1 . .. ... ,V,. .,-.J. b
J Mrs. Oatcake (reading newspaper)
"There are 15,000 Poles In Phlladel
1 pbla." Farmer Oatcake "Gosh I what
a place to raise Deans!" i'lillnilelplila
-"Oh, well, the pore
man can't choose his lot, as the feller
savs." Kerett AVrest "No; but he
has to take 0 lot he don't choose." li
PERSISTENCE OF LIFE.
Delicate Aiilnnil mill I'l-'il form That
C'nii .Hurt It i (Irett Kxtrrnio.
While the j'rent eliiinr n t-tpp'---attire
o which tlicsttrfifo "f th" earth
Ik subjected are undoubtedly Inimical
to many living things, yet investiga
tions have shown a mirprl'-hig ability
on the part of seemingly delicate nnl
m:il and plnnt forms to survive tind de
fy such changes. It has been discov
ered, for instance, that the seeds of
many garden and field plants which
find their way into tho River Thames
not only survive n long Immersion In
tho water, but tire not even killed by
tho cold after being enclosed In ico for
Mr. II. It. (.tippy, who liti'i studied
this special subject, .says that "homo
bcedii! . will develop th first leaves
during t..e li.illy thaw, while locked In
tho lee at iil'it.''
Looking In the opposite direction It
bus been found that n the hot springs
of the Yellowstone park, and in other
hot spring waters, water plants thrive
at it temperature as high as I8." degrees,
only '-!" degrees below the temper
ature of boiling water.
Some mlcro-orguulstns also exhibit a
remarkable adaptability to tempera
ture. Several dlffurcut species of bac
teria examined in Germany, part ob
tained from sea-water and part from
tho soil, could be cultivated at the tem
perature of freezing as well an a tem
perature of 08 degrees. Other similar
organisms hnve been found which flour
ish tit a temperature of 1.18 degrees,
although some of them are apparently
not incommoded by so comparatively
low u temperature ns oil degrees. This
gives them a living range of one hun
Man himself, perhaps, furnishes tho
most striking example of the power to
withstand alternations of heat and
cold. No climate has yet proved to bo
absolutely unendurable by man,
though, of course, be has an advantage
peculiar to himself in his intellectual
ingenuity and manual skill, which en
ables him to provide various defenses
und mitigations Unit aid him effectual
ly in his contests with nature. Youth's
NEED OF THE POET.
fta LawB of the Mind ALtk Hint aa la
It is Impossible for men to live in tb
world without poetry or me sort or
other. If they cannot ?ot tho beet
they will get some B'tttto for It,
end thus seem to verify Otlnt Augus
tine's slur that It is wlnsttf devils, says
James ItiiRscll Lowell In Century.
Tho mind bound down no closely to
what Is practical either Vsccoiiies Inert,
or revenges itself v- rushing into the
savage wildernss m) "Isms." The In
sincerity of our civilization has dis
gusted some persons ro much that they
hnve sought refuge In Indian wigwame
and found refreshment in taking a
Rcalp now nnd then. Nature Insists
abovo all things upon balance. Sho
contrives to maintain a harmony be
tween the matcriul and spiritual, nor
allows the cerebrum nn expansion t
tho cost of the cerebellum. If the
character, for crumple, ntn on onosldo
into religious ewiusinsm, It is not un
likely to develop on the other a coun
terpoise of worMly prudence. Thua
the Shaker and th Moravian arc noted
for thrift, and mynics are not alwnys
the worst innnngci. Through nil
changes of condition and cxperienca
man continues to bo a citizen of tho
world of idea as well as tho world of
fact, nnd tho tax gatherers of both are
There Is ns much poetry as ever In
the world if wo only know how to find
It out, and as much Imagination, per
haps, only that It takes a more prosulc
direction. Evory man who meets with
misfortune, who Is stripped of material
prosperity, fluds that ho has a Uttlo
outlying mottntulti farm of imagina
tion, which did
not appear In tho
schedule of bin effects, on which hi
spirit is able to keep itself alive, though'
he never thought of it whllo ho was
fortunate. Job v.rnsout to be u grca
poet as soon ns his flocks nnd herds an
SMUGGLING GOODS TO MEXICO
BaWd lo Now York for Trarprtatto
Acroia ths Texas Ilorder.
Passing through Hudson street
ently with a frlond, says a Now Yorl
Herald writer, I chanced to pass th
cstablisluncnt of a linn of "folders an
repuckers" of dry goods. Hcfore tin
door were n hundred or more ltttl
bales of goods, hearing odd markings.
but showing thut thev wera destined
for a firm In Texas, doing business in nl
town near the Mexican line. '
"Do you know," asked my compan
ion, "why tho'-p goods aro put up in
such small packages?"
Upon replying in the negative ho
continued. "They nro to bo stnmrjrled
across tho .Mo.ieun linn. The goods
nre purchased in 'heir original pack
ages utul doliveiv ' U re. The wooden
boxes are dlseniiieil and tho goods
subjected to hydraullo pressure and
baled, Koch bale contains about thirty
pieces or half the number of an ordin
ary dry goods case,
"Tho goods are then shipped to
Texas, and all marks removed. When
ull Is arranged some night the little
bales are slung ncross tho backs of
mnlcs, two bulcs to each animal, and
with an armed escort tho train pro
ceeds over the border to some dis
tributing point In Mexico, where the
goods lire sold to Moxlcan traders at a
"Smuggling In this manner is quite
extensively carried on botween this
country and Moxo, tho United S.tates
getting In return for Its dry goods,
which are tho most easily handled,
cheap Mexican coffco nnd cigars. Of
course there Is a suspicion that tho Il
licit traffic Is known to tho custom
officers of both countries and connived
nt, but that would bu a hard matter to
Okhciai. Pkl ns, uol. Anplica
t ion for cltrgMia ' 11a f-';iru penults
for 1001 should bi I'll d at tho earliest.
possible date wilh thn local agent of
1 hull. &M.R
11. J. FltANCIS, (jfiicnil
Pastfungcr Attunt. IIL'C
$100 Reward. $100.
The readers of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that' there Is at least,
one tlrcndetl disenpo that toiencu lins
been able to cure in all its stages and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cut o
is tho only positive cure now known to
tho medical fraternity Catarrh be
ing a constitutional disease, it requires
a constitutional treatment. Hall's Cat
arrh Curo is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaco of tho system, thereby destroy
ing tho foundation of the disease, and
giving the patient strength by building
up the constitution and nssisting'.naturo
in doing its work. Tho proprietors
hitvo o much faith in its curative
poweis, that they Her ono Huniltul
Dollars for any ease that it fails to cm.'.
Send for list if lestiiiioni.ils. Addii.,
F J.CIieni'i &Cu .Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, TGc.
Hall's Family Pills aio t, o best.
What Shall We Have for Dessert?
This question arises in tho family
every day. Let us answer it todnv.
Try Jell-O, a delicious tlesscrt. Pro
pared in two minutes. No baking! add
not wn'.cr nnd sot to cool. Flavors:
Lemon, orango raspberry and straw
beiry. At your grocers, 10 cts.
Jell-O, the New Dessert,
pleases all tho family. Four flavors:
Lemon, nrnngc, raspberry and straw
berry. At your grocers. 10 cts Try
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 days.
Morton I,, lllll of Lebanon, Intl. unjs: "Mr
wlfo had liillniiimntory rlieutnntlum Iu every
tminclo am) Joint; tier Mincrlng wa terrible, mid
her body nnd frtco were Rwooletmlmost bejoml
recognition: lind been Iu bed for fclx necks and
Imd eight phyMclniiR, tint received no bcnetlt
until she tried the Mystic Cure for.lthemniUIsm.
It gave Immediate relief and sho wan able to
walk About in tnrco dnyf. lam cure It paved
ner lire." sold by
II. K, Orlcc, Druggist, lied
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
.MvstlcCnro for rheiimatlmn and neuralgia
readily cures lti flora one to threo dnys. Its ac
tion upon tho system Is remarkable nndm)M
terioiis. It removes at onco the rauso and tho
disease Immediately dlftntipcnrs. The first dose
greatly benefits. 73 cents. Sold by 11. K. Grlee.
lied Cloud, Neb.
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
The Discoverer of Swamp-Hoot at Work la
There Is a disease prevailing In this
country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
it heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad
vance the kldney-polsoned blood will attack
tho vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the richness of the blood the albumen
leaks out and the sufferer has Brlght's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
covery 13 the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mall, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and Its wonderful cures. Address
fir tTllm . " I3lr.nl.nrnn M V -J
. mention this paper.
B & M. H.Y
UK I) V1.0UD NKHIi.
S'J. J OK
S'J. LOUIS nnd
ull points east and
SAI1 LAKK C'i
and all point
TIIA1N8 LIAV AS fOlLOWa!
No. 13, Passenger dally for Oberlln
anil St. Vrancla branches. Ox.
ford. McCook, Deliver aud all
points weit..... .....-........ 8:28 a.m.
No. M. Vatnonger dally for SU Joe,
KaumH City, Atchlion. Ht.
lx)iile. Lincoln via Wyinoto
aud all point cast and eouth 8'15 p.m
No. 17, Va"eniter. dally, Denver, all
poinia 111 LUIUiRUV, UWU MIU
California - -r
No. IB. VaBtoiiKcr.dally for 8t. Joe.
Katmaa CitT. AtChlfton. 8t.
Loula and all point" cant aud
10 :00 a. tn.
Nn. HI. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, IlaatlnK. Grand In
land. Dlack Hills and all
nuliUH Initio norlliwost..... tsiop.m
so. 118. Accomraodatlnn. dally except
Sunday. Oticrllu, KatiMit, and
Intermediate ktatlotis, vja Ho
piitdlran.......... ............ 12 :30 p.m
No. ftl. FrelRht. dally. Wyraore nnd
St. Joo and Intermediate
junction poluii.... ..............lansp.m
Freight, daily for Reputillcau
west ..... I0:40a.m
FrvlKhl. dally except Sunday
for W) more and all point cant 0 ,45 a.m.
Preltiiit dally to Oxford and
tntnrmi'itinte nolntl 1:30 P.m
Sli-cpliiB, dlnliiR. and reclining chair rata,
(eats f reel on throtiRh traliii. Tickets sold and
PaiiKiiRo I'lierked to any point In the United
Staten or Canada. ...w...
KOrllllOrillHllOll. llinB IBUIil. umm Ul "-"'J
cioud .Nebr. or J. l'rancii. Qeuetal l'aisonger
UU(irC8H A. luuuvcr, ntcuk, ivcu
I Agent Omaba, Ncbraata.
iji:ijiiMiin'rnTiiinniilll.tm'frWiWiWli?ij7iJ I II
SORES ABSSJM eaoket Stoee. I
Sores nnd Ulcers never become chronic
unless the blood is in poor condition is
sluggish, weak and unable to throw off
the poisons that accumulate iu it. The
system must be relieved of the unhealthy
matter through the sore, and great danger
to life would follow should it heal before
the blood has been made pure and healthy
and all impurities eliminated from the sys
tem. S.S.S. begins the cure by first cleans
ing nnd invigorating the blood, building
ii ii uic cucrui uemm mm removing nuui i
system m rTfuvrjtuT nojatu
cielcnnutcr. UPON THE SYSTEM.
When this has been accomplished the dis
charge gradually ceases, and the sore or
ulcer Heals, 1 1 is the tendency of llicsc old
I indolent sores to grow worse and worse,
ntul t-vpnttmllv tn first rnvi tin limtpa. T.oenl
applications, while soothing and to some
extent alleviate twin, cannot teach the sent
) of the trouble, b. S. S. docs, and no matter
how apparently hopeless your condition,
even thotiL'b vour constitution has broken
down, it will brtng relief wh
else can. It supplies the rich, pure blood
necessary to heal the sore and nourish
the debilitated, diseased body. I
Mr. J. B. Talbert, Lock Box 343, Winona, Mlsa ,
aaya : " She yeara aao ray tec from the knee to
the foot wii one solid sore. Several physician!
treated me and I made two trips to Hot Sprinra,
but found no relief. I was Induced to try 8. 8.8 ,
and it made a complete cure. I hare been a per
ftctlr well man ever a
fectly wen man ever since."
ia the only purely veg
etable blood puriBer
Known contains no
poisonous minerals to
ruin the digestion and
add to, rather than relieve your suffer
ings, If your flesh does not heal readily
when scratched, bruised or cut, your blood
is in bad condition, nnd any ordinary sore
is apt to become chronic.
Send for our free book and write our
physicians about your case. We make no
charge for this service.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Stato of Nebraska, I
Webster County, f"
In the County Court of Webster County. 'Nt-
Iu thn mutter of the estate of Alexander (1,
Now 011 this iSM day of November. 1900. camo
It. M, CnchrHiic executor of said estate and tiled
his final ncrountns such executor, and a verl
tll petition praying for n dual settlement and
allowance of said account as filed, and for an
order of distribution.
It Is therefore ordered tint the 29th day of Da
reiuber, 1900, nt ten o'clock in the forenoon, at
the office or the county judge iu said county and
state, bo. and the same is hereby fixed as the
tlmo and place fo- hearing said petition and
examlnitiK and allowing said nocounts, and the
heirs of laid deceased, and all persons Interest
ed in said estate are requested to appear at the
time and place so designated, and snow cause.
If any exists, fwh y said account should not be
It Is further ordered that (.aid executor give
notice to nil persons Interevted in said estate of
thetlmeaud place fixed for examining, allow.
Ing and fettling said account by causing n ropy
nf this order te be published Iu thn Ked Cloud
Ciiiar, 11 weekly uewxnaper printed and In gen
eral circulation In sold county, for four consec
utive weeks prior to the day t-et for said hearing,
.Iameh Dcrrr County Judge,
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE ? FARM LOANS.
Lock llox S3. Guide Hock, Neb,
VII kinds of property bought, sold n.itt
. V. AROAltlllGHT,
ARTIST PORTRAIT PAINTER.
Ki:n Cloud. NKititaSKA,
Landscapes, Flowers, Flints anil
ti;nitH made, to tnder.
STUDIO IN DAMKitP.LL lll.OCK.
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn,
Baled Hay and Coal Oil.
HARD - AKTD - SOFT - COAI.
No. 1 Third Avenue, Red Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51.
Chicago - Lumber - Vard.
RK1J CLOUD, NEHUASKA.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
LUMBER and COAli
building ixioiterial, Bto.
Red cloud. - - Nebraska
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" I! H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERT STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
How ninny of you luivo lost tho prloo of tills RiirIhq In ono day nn account of ln
ouliiclent wind to operuto your wind mills, iciivlnit your stock without wutur. (let ono
uiiw w un juur iiiiiiiiiiik "iiuii muru m nn
u licet Its work,
Will hImi fcliell i-oiii, urlnil ft-cd, hiiw wood,
Join, In tho ImiiMi or on tho farm,
to 2 1'c'iitn tier hour whon worklnur
u iniiiMi ur tin inu lurui. unw
tiff hour whon norklnir, Hlilpped
.. ,Tl I ... ... 1 ' '
lion iit'PiiPii, ii Kn iiiH.K.rui i money Mivor. i.Kqiiires pruotlcitiiv nu iittoiitlon, tind In
absolutely tulfo. Wo miiko till sl.us uf Oiihollno llmrlniw. rrnm u. t, .;. iin .,..,....; tu...Z
or olruuiiir imd Biiccliil prlcos.
He's been hero nnd loaded our
store wilh popular
E. E. MoEride,
' fv atx al en nnn ru B av f
vlIHO I IrM I HwiTfl
lous tlln should narrr bo nHrtvcUxl. Tho obtfrtlon to tho
uiniftt cathartic remedies Is their cotlvo miction which
Inrmuir conrtlpUon Instead of curing It. I'AllKltJt'B
IIINOKH TONIO Is the rroper remedy. It acts on thf
liter, and when umd aa directed, permanently removes
1 jTer, ana wnen uma as directed, permanently r
the constipation. M ota, A $L m idl Druggist.
Wo can surnish 7011 brick in
any quantity nt the lowest pos
slblo rato. Hrlck on salo nt
either of tho lumber yards.
Get Our Prices Before You
Red Cloud, Neb
tin bl ribbon. Take .tber. HrfW
Kl StA-i!S" W.rra-
411 df...i. l,ki"".,?"k:",- Br
C1hek tat Uiatinei tba ar.
l'romotti a loiurliiii rrowth.
never Falla to llf (tore Orn
Ualr to lte Toutbrul Colon
me. md II Mat l)n,nUM
RS IXJ3VIBEKt CQ,
DEALERS IN X ,
winu or mj no ii ruiuri". wuatlior ilous not
cliurn liiittor. tnd Is liiimly font hundr.xl'.ithOB
lilt Ellltml lllfltlu ininmlnA
uuiiiiiiK hi Knauiwnon not, wor :lnir. Hiii-aftii I
coiupitoly bet up, u'lidy to ru
a. -.---. :!"---- '-- .M... ,u ,.U,
dt co., omflHa, Neb.
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