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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, OCTOJJER IS, 11)01,
The time when our free lining
test will close.
The past few weeks have been un
usually interesting in the dress goods
GMnj Linings free
with every dress pattern at 50c yd.
and up means a sacrifice of not less
than $1.25 for us.
ah We say "sacrifice" because we ask
no more for the goods now than the
The sale includes all
6 yds. best Cambric,
i yds Stiffening.
i yds. Selicia.
4 yards Velveteen Skirt Binding.
1 set Dress Stays.
1 Spool Silk.
well supplied with warm dresses for
school. If not we want to show you
those goods we spoke about last
week. You can't wish for anything
better. The usual price is 20c and
25c per pard. During this sale you
can buy them at
the season for
and coats is
When you buy a garment this fall
you will want the latest style ob
tainable. You will make your selection where
you are sure of getting only such
By closing out all our old gar
ments late last fall and this spring,
we are in position to show the only
line of late and stylish
for this sceson, bought from reliable
and up to date manufacturers.
Jackets, $4.00 to $12.50.
Coats, $13.50 to $20.00.
MINER - BROTHERS.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
i We Print Sale Bills of
Any Kind or Size.
Prom the KatuasMnll and Urceie.
When a dog was quUo young it fell
into tho habit of sucking eggs. Tlio
dog's master got rid of tho pup nud it
determined when it was taken to its
now homo to reform. For live ycais
that dog led A strictly uptight life for
a dogr- aud acquired a good reputation
anotig tho peoplo of the noighboiltood
where ho then resided. Hnnlly tho
dog's master detct mined to sell out mid
tnovo to another stato. Hniug no fin
thor ttsu for tho dog ho ad vet Used him
for sain nud gavo him a high tecum
inond for character. A man who lived
no.tr whero tho dog resided when ho
was n pup, seeing tho advertisement
wont to look at tho dog, but tho minute
he sot eves on him said: "I would not
givo four conts for that dog, in fact, I
would not havo him about the place.
lie is an egg sucker."
As a icsultof that remark tho owner
could not sell him at all until ho struck
tho representative of nsausago factory
who was looking for meat aud not char
Moral: An individual baldly over
livos long enough to wear out tits ef
fects of a bad reputation.
of eggs or glue is'
used in roasting
It is all coffee pure coffee
strong and of delicious flavor.
Some coffees arc Varnished with
a t heap coating of eggs, glue or
other equally noxious substances.
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A revivalist was conducting a camp
mooting and exhorting his hearers with
great vohemency to seek salvation, lie
wus ono of tho rampant sortof revival
ists who bolieved in tho whoop-'er-up
brand of religion, tlo had gottau well
warmed up when ho saw an Individual
who was sitting near a stump souio
dlstunco from tbo platform, stuldonlv
bound into the air with a yell. "The,
sphit U.wqrklng on another sinnor,
shouted tbo oxhorter with groat fervor.
"Spirit iiuthiu"' yelled tho hlnner as
ho executed a war (lance. "A man
who can't toll tho difference between
religion and a blamed yellow jicket
under a fellow's shirt has no business
to pi each."
A Nebraska man who was taking n
poll for campaign pui poses saw a boy
of somo fouitoen summers lying fnco
downwind with his'ptomach resting on
a log and a look of pain on his eotiuto.
nauco. "Can you tell me, my boy,
what tbo politl js of this family 1st"
"Yep," said tho boy as he looked up
and a fiesb spasm of p.un 6woptivor
his features. "Pap and my oldest
brother are both pops, but eatin' too
many of thorn gol darned green apples
is all what's tho matter with mo.'
Thoro was onco a boy who was born
out of tuck. His parents wore of tho
Presbyterian faith and maintaiued that
tboiowasno such thing as luck, but
all the tamo that boy scorned to get it
in tbo neck from tbo beginning of bis
earthly pilnrimnKC. lkforo ho was
tbrco months old ho i ad swallowed
four pins, three copper cents, and got
a suspondor buckle htuok in his throat.
Within tho next ibreo months ho had
upset a pail of hot water on his person,
drank concentrated lyo, and fed him
self with a ripo cayenne pepper. At
tho ago of threo bo undeitook to in
vestigate a beo hive. It was u week
beforo ho got tho swelling in bis face
reduced, and it was months before ho
was ablo to travel." At 5 ho foil down
a flight of stairs, broko his arm and
collar bono, craokod bis skull and
smashed tho bridgo of bis nose so that
his olfactory organ was sway backed
over afterward. Between tho ages of
six and 15 ho had tho measles, mumps,
whooping cough, 6nltrhoum, scarlet
fever, dipthorio, smallpox, typhoid
fever, chills and itch.
At eighteen bo fell off a load of day,
broko his leg and tour ribs and was
laid up for four months. Tbo first day
ho was ablo to walk ho slippod on a ba
nana peel, ro-broko his leg and sprain-
od bis back. This time ho was laid up
livo months and then found that tbo
doctor had mado a mistake in setting
it so that it was two inches shorter
than its fellow limb. At twonty-nvo he
located on a Nebraska farm. The llrat
season sovonteen calves out of twenty
live died of blackleg; four yeailing
calves died of second giowth sorghum
doctor, and Ills two best cows choked
to (loath on green applus. Tbo second
year hog cholera oamo a hundred miles
out of its wav to get at tils stock 01
Polond China hogs aud wltbiu threo
davs ono runty pIk was all he had left
in tho way of swino.
Tho fourth year ho built a now house
and just as ho got on tho last coat of
paint a oyclono oamo along, toro tho
houso from its foundation and wont
away wltn it. iioces 01 mat nousu
were used for kindling over in tho mxt
county for a month after that. Tho
agent for a oyclono lnsurniico company
Itileiidt-il to write up a policy on that
houso tho noxt day. Tho next year ho
bad 200 acres of tho tlnest wheat in
Nebraska,' ami all hU neighbors eald it
would go not less than thirty bushels
to tho aero, llo bad two headers leady
to stait on that liold of wheat tho next
morning, fho ball storm hit tho Held
that nlitht ami tho next d.iy ho put a
local In tho papers saying that tuo
headers wore for salo. Tho uoxt year
ho put up fiOO tons of hay that was
worth 85 a ton. A day after bo linlshed
tho last stack a fool was walking
through tho Hold and lit his plpo near
tho slacks. If thcro had been any
water in tho creek the owner might
havo saved somo of tho stacks, but tho
creek was dry. When tho mau died
tlioio was a good big uttundanou at his
funeral. Tho undeitakors horses got
scared at null oils parade, ran away,
spilled tho oo 111 n out of tho lionise,
broko it upon nnd loft tho corpso lying
besido tho road. Whou thoy got to tbo
cemetery it was found that tho gravo
had ouved in and tho funeral had to bo
delayed until another gravo was dug.
Thoro aro pooplo who seem to bo out
of luck all tho way from tbo cradlo to
If thoro is any good reason why
newspapor publishers should receive
"courtesies" not granted other business
men it has not yet been alvon. Tho
"complimentary" is not only a dolusion
and a snare, but it is something calcu
lated to lower tho prido of the publisher
and mako him feel liko a recipient of
charity. The ladles of tho local church
givo an ico cream supper nnd tho local
newspaper man puffs it to tho extent of
ton or flfteon dollars worth of advertis
ing. In loturn for his advertising
space lie gots a "complimentary," and
if ho oats moro than ono dish of ico
ctoam ho is looked upon us a hoggish
man who does not hositato to tako ad
vantago of tho people's generosity, lie
gets a couplo of passes to tbo local
opora houso and tho public onvies him.
Hnt ho has paid for them twico over
and tho manager who gives tho parses
imagine? that ho has just thrown away
a couplo of tickets, "l'lio compltmon
tary" ticket and tho railroad pass havo
combined to ruin many a good nows
paper publisher. Why should tho
newspapor publisher not get cash for
what ho does? It is thuja to do away
witli tbo "complimentary" and do bush
noss on a business basis. Tho Western
Incidents ol Every Day Life Which Very
Few People Stop to Think About on
Account of Their Littleness.
Now Is the timo whon wild ducks ai o
rlpo. Wlion you boo a fellow with a
suspicious bundle about n yard long on
Sunday you can depond on it that it
a gun nnd ho is going out after ducks or
chiokuns, Now is tho timo whou a fol
low hunts up his old ovorcoat and do
cldes that It will bo good enough for
another jenr uulos the moths havo
got In their work. Now that tho woa
tlicr Is getting cool lodge business IB
picking up. Putting up peaches nnd
other earlier fruits will now give way
to applo bttttor that mother makes.
The merchant who goes to tho frout
door ninety-nine times a day looking;
for customers can seuuro an nntidoto
for that lirei fooling by advertising in
tho city papers. It is a peculiar situa
tion, but never the-lcss truo that If a can
did a to who runs for ofllco ever took u
drink in hU life, it will bo enlarged up
on so that threo weeks befora election
ho will bo charged with being n com
mon drunkard. Why such a fuss
should bo mado In regard to a caadi
didnto taking an occasional drituc nnd
not so in other linos of business wo can
not comprehend. Looking into tho
matter in tho past it ;will bo ob
served that a number of tho best olll
cials who over served tho county wero
moil who (ituu't sneaK around to mo
back door to tako a drink. With all
duo courtesy to past oillclals of tho Inst
livo or six years we will stato that tho
numbor aro fow who didn't tako tLcii
"nip" occasionally. Taking tho ease
as regards tho men successful in busi
ness lifo nnd it will bo observed that an
equal number at least of tbo business
men nnd farmers of tho county men
who havo t, massed wealth and havo
property and aro our representative
mon nro mm who drink occasionally.
Whan you hoar it asset ted that a
cortain candidate on cither ticket taked
n glass of beer it does not signify that
his opponent is a hotter man for tho
position bgenuso ho may bo a total ab
stainer. It simply means that tho op
position is trying to bolittlo a good man
aud rob him of tho votos of the voter
who is opposed to drinking. Politics
is a peculiar gamo with many varia
tions. It is often noticed how somo
fellows make a solf admiration society
of themselves and nro always bringing
thomselves before tho public in a fav
orablo manner. Self laudation to us is
on n Dar with tha fellow who. ttlls a
story and sets off the laugh
tsh ulmsell. it is aiwaya
tho audionco laugh.
at the da-
best to iet
"Who is that tattered iudlvidual who
is throwing up his bat and cheering so
loudly fcr Dopeloy, tho candldato for
"O, that'a Slimpsoy, tho editor of tho
"And who is that portly and well
dressed gentlemou just buying the Per
fecto cigar and getting back thecbango
and passd away beforo morning. His from a 820 bill?
best horse was bitten by a rattlesnake "That's Sheriff Dopolv, tho follow
And died beforo he could find n horse ' that Slitiiasoy is hollering for."
To tihvsical warnings will
often prevent a serious
illness. When there are
oppressive fullnets after
eating, bitter riaines,
belching-, headache, dizzU
nesa, nervousness, wilts
physical and mental atng;
jfisanes, prompt atten
tion should be given to
the condition of the diges
tive and nutritive sys
tems. Not all these
yuiptqms will occur aC
once or in vany single
cae, but any one of thenv
indicates a disordered
condition of the ftte-macb
and other organi of diges
tion and nutrition,
A prompt cure at these
conditiona will be effected
by the timely use of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery. It heals dis
ease of the stomach and
other oreans of digestion
and nutrition, perfectly
and pcrawneatly.' Many
diseases, seemingly re
mote from the stomach,
have their origin in a
diseased condition of the
organs of digestion and nutrition. "Golden
Medical Discovery" cures through the
stomach diseases which have their origin
in a diseased condition of the stomach, and
hence disease of liver, lungs, heart and
other organs ore cured by use of the "Dis
covery." It contains no nlcohol, neither
opium, cocaine, or other narcotic, It is a
true temperance medicine.
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discorery." There is nothing else
"just aa good."
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