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.RED CLOUJ), NEBRASKA, FEBRUARY 21. 1002,
The Throttle !
Getting clown to business on' the prices, as you'll
believe if you'll examine these offerings. Our
new goods will soon be here. We are going to
make more room in the next two weeks, and offer
such values that will convince yor this store works
for your patronage.
Saturday, Feb. 22d,
will be the last day you can buy those fancy yc
calicoes at 4c yd. Thus giviug you three more
days of bargain calico buying at 3c yd.
Wo want you to see these skirts. In workman
ship and quality they cannot be surpassed and the
yrice is low. This is our second shipment in the
last sixty days. Price $1.50 to $3.00.
Capes and Jackets at half price.
$10.00 Jackets at $5.00.
$8.00 Capes at $4.00.
Remnants of Dress Goods.
These are not old shelf-worn goods. We are
showing some of ur best patterns in short lengths,
suituble for waists, shirts and school dresses, at al
most half price. Good patterns at 15c, 20c, 25c,
to 75c yd.
Remnants of Percales, Calicoes,
Ginghams, Muslins, Etc.,
at prices that will pay you to investigate.
1 jj WMMMtemftlX
REV. L. L. CARPENTER. Wabash, Ind.. is President of the
Bethany Assembly at Brooklyn, Ind. Ho Is pcrhajw tho most prominent
clergyman in tho Christian Church to-day. Ho has dedicated about COO
churches and baptised 7000 converts. Ho writes: "It affords mo groat
plcasuro to give my testimony as to tho efficiency of Dr. Kay's remedies.
Dr. Kay's Lung Balm Is tho very best cough, cold and throat remedy
that I ever used.
I have also received great benefit from tho uso of Dr. Kay's Renovator.
My son had for years been greatly alllicted with tho piles; ho commenced
tho uso of Dr. Kay's remedies and experienced relief almost from tho
"Wohavono words to express our thankfulness for tho benefit wo havo
received as the result of useing theso remedies. I tako great pleasure in
commending them to tho suffering." L. L. Caiu'KNTHk,
Missionary and S. S. Evangelist, Christian Church.
Dr. Kay's Renovator.
It is a perfect renovator of tho whole system. It is tho very best remedy
known for stomach troubles, indigestion, dvsnensia. catarrh of tho
stomach, constipation, alsollvcr and kidney troubles, and to ovorcomo effects of Lu-urippo and SntiNa lassl-
iuuo. it is an excellent XNcrvo 'ionic, enu lor ireo sample ana a ireo uiustratcc. uo page book 01 receipt
etc., and send your Bymptoms and wo will give you free advice. If drujrirlsts don't havo Dr. Kay'B Renovator
your Bymptoms and wo will give you free :
eubstltuto they may say is "just as good,
don't tako any
will send it by return mail prepaid
10cts., and 2octe., postngo prepaid.
'for it has no equal; but send direct to us and wo
Price 25ots., and $1.00 or six for $5.00. Also Dr. Kay's Lnntr Balm
Dn. B. J. Kay Medical Co., Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
The Chier one year and the Life of
Wm. McKinley for $1.50.
Fram the Kiiium Mall ami llroeie.
On nnu occasion n coyote who had
had trouble with his own crowd fell in
witli a stray dog who had also disa
greed with tho rent of tho dogs in his
neighborhood. After a little conversa
tion the dog and wolf decided to call a
convention of all the dissatisfied ani
mals, birds and beasts for tho purpose
of organizing a now party. When the
call was sent cut it mot with hearty
response. On the day set for the
convention thcro was a tremendous
gathering' out in an abandoned field.
Thero woro several horses thero who
had labored under the impression that
tiny were runners or tiotters, but who
had never been fast enough to gel any
where when they wori put on tho track
and having been ruled off wore hot
about the lack of appreciation of their
abili y. Thero weto dogs there who
had made failures as watch dogs nnd
also had demonstrated that they woro
no good as either bird dogs or chasers
of rabbits. There woro cats who
thought thny had talent for music, but
had been repeatedly driven off tho
back yard fonco and forced to mako a
j-ct away in order to avoid brickbats
and other missiles of a destructive
character. There woro rats who had
been forced to abandon cribs of corn,
hens who were hot because they hadn't
been allowed to sit when they wanted
to; skunks who complained because
they wero not admitted into society;
mules who had a kick coming because
the general public objected U their
bray; wolvx'P who claimed that a com
bine hint been f oimed against thcih by
tho kenpcis of sheep to crowd them
eutiiely out of tho mutton business;
foxes who wero dissatisfied because tho
chicken houses were being made so
tight and tho roosts so high that they
(tho foxe) wero being ruined by this
conspiracy against their rights. Among
all the crowd that gathered there was
not one that did not have a roar about
When tlo dog, who had bten the
chief promoter of the movement, called
the crowd to order hu announced that
it had been felt for a long time that
they were getting the worst of it in the
old organization to which they belong
ed nnd that it has boon docided to form
au oreanizntion of the dissatisfied. He
then asked what animal or bird the
assembly would havo for chairman,
and right there trouble commenced.
Tho niulo insisted that he ought to be
the presiding officer on account of his
far-reaching and melodious voice.
Upon hearing this statement the horse
broke into a derisive laugh. The cov
et e suggested that he was the best
speaker in the crowd and if the dele
gates had any sense at all they would
elect htm chairman by a unanimous
voice. A grouchy bulldog insisted that
ho was tho only thing there that was
able to Keep order, aud an eaglo who
bad a sore wing even yet on account of
a shot that ho got while carrying off
a yiung lamb, declared that he was the
only bird fitted by naturo and expor
ienco for runnitig a meeting of that
As the lime wore on the troublo got
hotter. A sheep made a cliaigo that
the eagle had robbed her of one of her
children and demanded an investiga
tion; the coyote grabbed tho sitting
hen when the rest were not look
ing, but was pursued by the fox, who
insisted that unless tho coyote would
divide he would expose him. Tho
cat watched his chance and made a
jump for tho rnt, when tlm bull dog
mixed in nnd killed both. Thp skunk
looked over the scrapping crowd with
au evil grin and then remarked: "I
think it is time for me to contribute a
() cents to this collection;" the eaglo
with a scream made a dive for a small
bird and the assembly broke up in a
row that was tho warmest that had
ever been seen in that neck of the
Moial: It is unreasonable to sup
pose that people who can't get along
with their own families can get along
with each other. A lot of kickers will
never make a successful organization.
If you want a cheap harness remem
ber I can furnish It as cheap ai any one.
The man on the 6tngc who docs the
trick of escaping from firmly tied ropes,
submits to the bonds with a smile. He
knows he can get out of the ropes that
are being knotted. Put the same man in
the woods and let Indian captors bind
him to a tree for torture nnd he would
struggle to the last ngainst the bonds.
When the stomach is diseased there
arc bonds being woven every hour alxnit
the orgaiiB dependent on the stomach
heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, etc. The
folly of mankind is to passively submit
to the fastening of these bonds with no
effort to escape until the pain they cause
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach nnd other
orimii nf iliiri-ction and nutrition. It
cures diseases of heart, liver, lungs, kid
neys and other organs, When these dis
eases, ns is often the case, have their
origin in the diseased stomach.
M'or n long time I was suffering and waa
hardly able to pet about write Mr. Andrew J.
JeiiuiuRS. of Thomas, Tucker Co, W. Vn Ho
194. HVns liotlierctl with kidney trouble and
tuy whole system waa out of order j tiad no
appetite. A, friend or mine told me to try Dr.
l'ierce'a Golden Medical Dlncovery. I did to
and the fnt IkMIc restored my appetite. I took
bU bottles of Golden Medical l)Ucovery' and
some of the ' l'kusaut relicts1 aud feel like a
new tieron." i ,
Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets cleanse
the clogged system from impurities,
Charles DiekeiMHi made a
trip to Lawteuco last week.
Albert Slab-was down in
business one day this week.
Too birthday pirty in honor of 1'iul
Rochler wa tt. joed by a nice crowd
of young people, about twenty in ail.
Games wero played, supper served and
all took their departure.
Rev. Campbell and wife of North
Branch were the guests ot Mrs. Joseph
Uev. Campbell nnd Uev. Uruen of
North Branch will preach at Penny
Creek, district No. 8, March 3, at 11:00
a. m. and at 7:80 p. m. Sunday school
at 10:00 a. m.
Sylranus Campbell of North Branch
was the guest of S. B. VaoDyke this
Mrs, John Davis has returned from
Missouri where she was called to at
tend tho funeral of her father.
Jack Wilmot has moved to Ked Cloud
where bo will make his future home.
K. W. Anderson has been offered $2
a trip to carry milk and cream to the
Inavalo creamery uext summer.
Tho prayer mooting at Mr. Shuck's
w.s largely attended and a good meet
Miss Malvina 11. VanDvke spent Sun
day with ft lends in Line.
Tho prayer meeting at P. D. Hutch
Isons was well attended last Wed lies
day night. j
Tint dinner given in honor of Mr
nnd Mrs. Frank Kueliti was a remark
able success, All near neighbors came
with their baskets well filled with tho
choicest daintie, pleasing to the eye
and pleasant to the taste. All present
had a good aud enjoyable time.
Mrs. Will Aubushou is the guest of
Mrs. Fern Hutchison this week.
Some of the farmers ate getting
scaice of feed.
More pleasant weather. N
Miss Lulu Tumor Is on the sick list,
OVER THE STATE.
Nebraska had 311,091 male citizens
Tho Pieieo mill is putting in an cite
trie light plant.
Nineteen regular railtoads are in op
eration in Nebiaska
Nebraska is ono of the eight states of
tho union which produce the surplus
The Fremont baud has matte appli
cation for appointment as Third regu
lar militia hand.
The Dodge City elevator containing
over 2,500 bushels of grain burned re
cently, making a total loss of about
A hunter near Franklin is rejoicing
over the capture of a catamount in a
wolf trap. Tho animal weighed forty
Fifty' two companies filed articles of
incorporation with the secretary of
state during January, paying for tho
A Lincoln man is the inventor of :i
railway rail joint, which lias been test
ed on one tf the eastern lines and
Some Kosemont moil aro digging for
coal on their farms and have now gono
to a depth of TOO tout, finding some
coal but in small quantities.
Fifty Columbus people chartered a
special train recently to attend tho
celebration uf a golden woddlng'of Mr.
and Mrs. 11. J. Henry of Monroe.
Auburn built an electric light sys
tem and a r.e.v hotel in 1001 and ex
pects to havo waterworks and n new
city library during the year 1002.
A company has boon organized in
Omaha for the purpose of manufactur
ing the Patten system of catching and
delivering mail on railroad trains. Ar
ticles of incorporation havo been tiled
in tho sum uf $200,000.
Lincoln will probably be named ns a
station for au independent soction of
light artillery. A movenent to that
end is now boing planned nnd permis
sion has been asked In have it made a
part of the reserve military force of
ThU WHIInUrcst Mothers.
Mother Cray's Sweet Powders for
children euro Feveiishness, Bad Stom
ach, teethiag Ujsei tiers, break up celds,
move aad regulate the bowels aid e
slry worms. They never fail. Over
3,00 testimonials! At all druggist,
25o,- Sanple Mailed ftee. Address,
Allen S. Oluiteari, Letioy, N. Y.
Mrs. Walkup-Ketchem is a New Or
leans woman who has two dead hus
bands. They both left her a fortune.
Tho next thing we know she will find
some bachelor millionaire by the name
of Holdem, and then it will be Walkup-
Ketchem & Holdem.
It is unlucky to be run over by a
hearse on Friday. There is apt to be
a death in tHe eeighborhoed.
When love goes to working in a fel
low's breast for tho first time every
thing else takes a layoff.
"Why that hungry look on McFlanni
"Never mind his face; you should
sco tho hungry look in his stomach.
Tills is Lent."
A biotb'.ack always begins at tha
foot and works up to the "tip,"
Many School Childrea Are Sickly.
Mothor Cray's Sweet Powders foi'
children, used by Mother Gray, a nurse
in tho Child's Homo, New lork, brmiks
up colds in 21 hours, cuies feverisbaess
headache, stomach treueies, tetaing
diserders aad destroy werass. At all
druggists, 20c. Sample mailed free.
Address, Allen S. Olmstcad, Lellny,
It isn't the Cook's Fault,
It Isn't jour Grocer's Fault,
. that the bulk coffee you just
purchased turns out to be differ
en t from the "same kind" bought
before. Coffee purchased in
, bulk is sure to vary.
The sealed package in which
LION COFFEE is sold insures
uniform flavor and strength. It
also keeps the coffee fresh and
insues absolute purity.
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