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Kjry A fc tLKt A
Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
now To PI nrt Out.
Fill a boltlc or common clans with your
water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling Indicates an
. unhealthy conui
tlon 01 tho Kid
neys ; If It staln3
your linen It 13
evldenco of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass It or pain In
tho back Is also
convincing proof that the kldney3 and blad
der are out of order.
What to So.
There Is comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, tho great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
It, or bad effects following uso of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp.Root Is soon
realized. It stands the highest for Its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should nave the
best. Sold by druggists In 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a samplo bottle of this
wonderful discovery IffliTr
and a book that telfsgplllJlM JU. l....lLfr
more about It, both sent BKPisSJH
absolutely free by mall, -.BJJiflrjtS
address Dr. Kilmer St rtome of Bwamp-noo.
Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer In this paper.
Brought Down to Date, With Apologies to
the Kanus Mall and Breeze.
When tho wnrm spilng winds began
to blow nnd thu lobbitiN began to nest
mill tho fish to bite, tho son of n mil
llonnlto eoinmeiiriid to complain '
feollngof weariness nnd general Inngor.
I'hoti his mixlous motliortolil hur hus
band that sho wns satisfied Algernon
wns going Into a ik'cltno mill must have
rest mill recuperation. And tho c mel
Din ti onluti'd to gotoiit thu carriage and
every dny Algernon whs taken out for
n ilrivo. About tho snmo tlmo tlioro
wnsn son of n fntnior who folt thut
tired foulliigniid suggested to his pater,
nnl ancestor that ho needed rest. "It
Isn't rest you need, youriR man," said
tho futber In an unsympiithotio tono of
volco. Tho trouble with you is that you
linvo tho spriiiR fovor. You Rot n raovo
on you and ro to plnntlnR those pota
toes or I will givo you n touch of hiRh
lifo that will Ret you out of tho notion of
resting for a month."
Moral. Conditions mako a mighty
sight of diffcrenco with boys.
Cools, Comfort! ind Heats tho Skin. Enabling
tho Most Tender Fco to Enjoy a Clow
Shave Without Unpleasant Results,
Avoid dangerous, Irrltntlni: Witch
Hmel preparations, represented to to
"the f name as" PONlVs EXTRACT,
which easily sour and nencrnlly contain
' wood alcohol," a deadly poison.
A Parson's Noble Act
"1 want nil tho worul to know,"
mm' Rev. U.J. ItttdloiiR, of Ashtiwnj,
It. I., "what n tboioiiRhly good jintl
i "liable mrdlclnu I fonnd in Klectiio
I'iitnr". Thev I'urcd mo of jiiimliou
:ind liver trouble s thi't had caused mo
givnt MitTeiing for ninny years For,
it genuine, all-around euro thuy excel
'itiij thing l oversaw." Klectric llitteis
j nro tin.' surprise of nil for their wonder- (
ful work in liver, kidney nnd stomach (
troubles. Don't fall to try them
Only 00c Satisfaction gunr.uiteed by
C L. CottitiR
"I bavo aonu 14 day nt a tlmo without m
Dftmenl or .tho liiiwel., not boliiK nlilo to
move them escort br utliuc hot wnter Injections
Chronic constipation ror novun years ilacvit ma In
this lerrltila Centillium ilurliiic tlial llino I tllil ev
erything 1 heard or 1ml not or found nnjr relief i Mich
was iny cue until I bi'iinn usIhi! CAKCAUKTrt. I
now horo from one to three piissniieii a ilar. ami If I
wai rich I would Biro ItOUUO fur each nioTemonti It
Issuoha relief." Avi.MiiI..llttNT.
into Huiiell Ht , Detroit, Mtob.
r m ' CATHARTIC
TMADI MAMH HiOiaTtSttO
Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste nood. Oo
Good, NeTtr Blcken, Weaken. or Urlpe. 10c. fee, WW.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
Mwllag aMI CMUf, Cktoei, Mnlntl, Ink. M
A druRRist who was ns bold as ono of
thOBO Mexican dogs, had for salo in bis
cstablishmrnt a remedy for bnldnoss.
Ono day a customer camo In who had
a clearing on tho top of his domo of
thought mid asked tho druggist if ho
had anything that ho could recommend
for bringing bnck the Imir after it had
onco departed. "Hero is just tho stuff
you want," snid tho drugRist taking
down a bottle- ol nuvcr-fnil stiro-curo
for ibaldness, "this lis warranted to
brinp a new crop of bnlr on tho bnldcst
crown within threo months if used
according to directions."
Then tho bald customer looked tirsl
nt tho bottle mid tin in nt tho shining
domo of of.tho druggist nnd said, "My
friund, if I could discover ns ninny
hnirs on your own head as tlioro nro
members of a base ball club 1 would
bnvo a blamed Right more- faith in this
s u io romedy you want to sell to mo."
Mornl: Kxamplo counts for n good
deal nioio than smooth talk.
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 days.
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon. Ind. says: "My
wife hud Intlnmtnnlory rheumatism In every
muscle nnd Joint; her suffering wai terrible and
her body and face were woolen almost beyond
recognition: had been In bed for fix weeks and
had eight physicians, but received no benefit
until the tried the Myrtle Cure for Kheumatlsm.
It Rare Immediate- relief nnd flic wan able tu
walk nbout In three days, lam sure It saved
bcr life." Sold by II. K. C.rlce. Druggist, Hed
Back to the Old Home.
The Burlington Rome has orgnnized
tho low rate of one faro plus 12 for the
round trip from all points on tho It. &
M. K. railroad to many points in Ohio
and Indinnn. Tickets on snlo Septem
ber 9, 10 and 23. (Jood returning for
flO days. Tickets sold via Chicago,
Peoria or St. Louis. Ask the Hurling,
ton ngent, or writo J. KrnncK (leneral
Passenger Agent, Omaha
Northwest in September and October.
Low rates every day via tho Hurling.
ton Houto to points in tho Hig Horn
Hnin of Wyoming, in Montnnn, Idaho,
Washington, Oregon and liritish Co
lumbia. Tim HurliiiRton will sell ono
way tickets at uncommonly low rates
every Juy in September mid October.
Ask tho nearest Iiiirlingtnn ngent, or
write J. Francis, General Passenger
ROOSEVELT IN OMAHA.
Statu of Ohio, City okToi.kdo, ) Ba '
I.L'CAS LOUNTY. ) "" I
FitANK.I, Ciiknky iiinkus oath that I
ho is senior pat tner of tho firm of F J.
Ciiknky & Co., doing business In the
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that fnid firm will pay tho
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for ench nnd every case of Calanh that
cannot bo cured by tho uso of Ham.'s
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed
in my prosonco, this Ctb day of Decem
ber, A. D. 1880.
.-t A. W.GLBASON,
j skal Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken intern
ally, and nets direct lv on tho blood nnd
mucoiu surfaces of tho system. Sond
for testimonials, frco.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, Toe.
Hull's Family Pills aro tho best.
i I I
BON TON i
BAKERY and GflfEJ
When in town eat Tit tho
Hon Ton where it is clean,
cool and no Hies.
15 cent Meals at All Hours
LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIA.
tm ro ik. at Qpn M h cm
Don't Be Fooledi
Takt tbt gtn rlglaal
ROCKV MOUNTAIN TCA
Ma4 aaly by MtalMa MUh
Om C.. MaalM. Vi5. It
kV yt wall. Oar tr4
aark cut mi Mch aackic.
Ptt, 35 ctata. NTr I4
la kalk. Accept aaaetl
tat. Aak your drtiffUt.
A bright Nebraska youth was sick
and his physician decided that what ho
needed was a liberal dosoof castor oil.
Then tho boy's mother undertook tho
task, encouraged also by his father, of
porsuading him to tnko a tho dose.
"Now tako it right down, Johnny,"
said sho, "it is renl good, you won't
mind it a bit." "That is right, son,"
claimed in tho father. "This medicinco
is renl pleasant to take." "Well," said
tho boy, "if you two think this medicine
is such good stuff tako a tcaspoonful
apieco and if you soem to hanker for it
I will try a littlo myself."
Moral; It is necessay to rise mid
dling early in tho morning to fool n
bright. Nebraska youth.
"2 ANV OATRAOTW
Genuine stamped C C C Never arid In bulk.
Beware of (he dealer who trlei (o cell
"Mfliethlruj iut at good."
JiLNArit. Al..i.r.lc.n. I.xIIm, m lir.d
kla KKI M U.1J n.lilIU bote, ml.
r ! tin riMi. tl a tr. li.ru.c
I Daaraa HakUtaUat aai Imlt.
Uas. nr of 7.r Prcctitrr I 4. la
wwi re. 1'artJ.alar. TeatlBoatalt
ui "ll.JIrr rr Ladle," In Ulllr, bj r.
tara Mall. IU.OUU TNIInullll. 8.U bl
1 11....I... fkl.k..t. I'hmla.1 Clm..
MfDllun tlili apcr. dtatiuu U. I'hll !.
V ? B
Six Million Boxes a Year.
In 1S05, none; in 1900, 6,000,000
boxes; that's Cascarcts Candy Ca
thartic's jump into popularity.' Tho
people have- cr.st their verdict. Itest
medicine for the bowels in the world.
All druggists, 100.
Tho President has abandoned his
tour tbrouoh tho west. Ho was found
to be suffering from a swelling in tho
loft leg between tho ankle and tho knee
that repuired surgical attontion im
mediately and was taken to St Vin
cent's hospital in Indianoplis, Ind. and
there operated on and in a short time
afterward bo was taken to tho train
and tho roturn journey to Washington
was begun. It is not .thought that
tlioro is any catiso to bo allarmod nt
his condition, Wednesday night ho en
joyed a sound ami refreshing sleep.
Low Rates via Burlington Route
President Roosevelt's visit to Oinnlia
September 27, during tho Ak Sar-Iien
festivites, will ho a Rala occasion. A
RorROous electrical paecant Saturda'
evening, September 27, 'will Uo one
of the features. This will ho repeated
October 2. Tho Ak-Sar-Hun festivites
open this year on September 24 nnd
continue until October 4. Low rates via
the Uurlington Route ask tho ngent.
Every Day In September and October Via
the Burlington Route.
To San Francisco, Sncramont , Los
Angelo, San Diego and many other
points in California, tho Burlington
Route has made tho extraordinarily
low rato of 82:5.00 from Rod Cloud Neb
Tourist sleeper daily from Omaha, Lin
coln, Hnstings nnd other main lino
points. Stopovers allowed at many
California points. Ask the Burlington
ngent or writo, J. Francist general pas
senger ngent, Oma'br.
Miss Ida. M. Snyder.
Trcnaiirer ol the
Ilrooklyn Knat Ktnl Art Clnb.
" If women would pay more attention (0
their health we would have more happy
wives, mothert and daughter!, and If they
would obterve results they would find
that the doctors' prescriptions do not
perform the many cures they are given
" In consulting with my druggist he ad
vised McElrce'f Wine of Cardul and Thed
ford'i Black-Draught, and to I took It and
have every reason to thank him for a new
life opened up to me with rcitored health,
and It only took three months to curt me."
Wino of Cardui is a regulator of the
menstrual iunctions ana is a most as
tonishing tonic for women. It cures
scanty, suppressed, too frequent, irreg
ular and painful menstruation, falling
of tho womb, whites and flooding. It
is helpful when approaching woman
hood, during pregnancy, after child
birth nnd in change of life. It fre
quently brings a dear baby to homes
that bavo been barren for years. All
uruggisis nave au.w oouies 01 wine
jFifty-siv dilTorent kinds of suiiiuui
I W. S. BBNSE, Prop. J
COLVIN & I3ARCUS,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Lock liox 23. Guide Rock, Neb.
Ml kinds of property bought, sold sad
You are "Next" at
Basement Potter-Wright Building
House Moving and Raising
Stops the Cough and Works oil the Cold
Lnxutivo BromoQ jinino Tnblots cures
a cold in ono day. No euro, no pay
; Scissors Ground,
Razors Honed, i
You can be cured of any fonn of tobacco uln
cuuj. OS c
new life am
wai mixes vtcik men strotiK. Many c:
easily, be mado well, itromr
-.. . . . --"
new me anu vigor oy laklnir
magnetic, full of
ten daTB. orer unn.nnm
All druKgiili. Cure euaranteed. Hook.-
let and adTlce l'KHK. Adilre&s STKRI.INO
ftfiatUDY CO., Chicago or Mew York. 437
Real Estate Transfers.
Transfers for tho week ending Wed
ncsday, Sept. 24, furnished by ,1. 11.
Bailey of tho Webster County Abstrnct
Henry B- Boyd and wifo to'Jncob
L. Mooro wd lots 2-i- block 17
Albort 0. Dollil and wifo to J. 11.
(Jreonhnlgh wd lot I block 11
John (iilllmnk nnd to Francos
Bucok wd n2 so 8-4-0. . .
Oleyjlverson to Mnry L.
Donnld wd n2 nrj lr-4- 12
On Skates In IloUauJ.
The nverago Dutchman of the south
bf Holland, though bo can skate very
Well. looks rather foolish on the Ice.
His short legs and wide breeches are
admirable adjuncts to bis nose, his
thin cocked beard and the lumplsbness
of lfls expression. To bo sure, this
brcadtb makes him look Important, but
If .be were less muscular It would be
a sad hindrance to blm In battling with
tho -wind, which' In winter In apt to
make skating in one direction some
thing of. a trial.
The Prleslander, however, is tallcrr
better proportioned and In all respects
a handsome fellow. The yellow beard
bo sometimes wears seems to put blm
at once on a footing of affinity with
tho other members of that respectable
Anglo-Saxon family to which we our
selves belong, quttc ns much as his
provincial speech and bis blue eyes.
Ho Is n most masterful crcnturo when
once ho bus put on those quaint old
fashioned skntcs of his, nnd thinks
nothing of making a score t miles
from one village to another before you
nnd 1 are out of bed. As for the cold,
what cares bo for it? lie knows ho
must rely on that lusty circulation of
his to keep him from being benumbed,
though he clothe ever so lightly, nnd
seems more regardful of bis bend
which n sealskin cap takes enro of
than of his well shaped body. Cham
All work guaranteed satisfactory.
Your work solicited.
Over Mister's Grocery Store.
A Boy's Wild Ride Eor Life.
With family around expecting him
to die, nnd a son riding for life, 18
miles, to get Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs, nnd colds,
W. H. Brown, of Leosville, Ind., en
dured death's agonies from nsthmn,
but this wonderful medicine gnve
instnnt relief nnd sosn cured him. He
writes; "I now sleep soundly every
night." Like marvelous cures of con
sumption, pneumonia, bronchitis,
coughs, colds, and grip prove its
matchless merit for all throat and lung
troubles. Guaranteed bottles 50c and
tl.00. Trial bottles free at C. L. Cot
ting's drug store.
HALF BATES TO ST. LOUIS
All D BACK
Via The Buhlinoton Route,
October & to 10. Only 814.46 to St.
Louis and return, account St. Louis
Fair. Ask the Burlington agent.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxativo Bromo Quinino Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c.
ALL KINDS OF EDGEj
I All kinds of barber work executed J
promptly anu s.iiimiiuuuii
I What Do
5 You Eat
Hard to find any
thing this time of
the year ?
Try some of
that fine bacon
which we have and
which we are sell- ?
ing so cheap.
Mortngos lilml $0010.
Mortages roluasi'd $150
piMMM toil benun Ui. Vr
Hirer ran to ueitora Oray
Can Kalp dixutt hair ttUuf.
This elgnature Is on erery box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Ttiu
tb rmdjr that ceres eold la dim 47
LOW RATES EAST.
CURES WHlRt AIL tLSt (AILS.
i HrruD. 'loiics uu
Hold bf drumrlat.
Beat Cough bjru;
FutesGood. Dm I
tlaw Are Your Kidney
Dr. nobbs' Bparagui Pills curo nil kldner Ills. Sa
pis free. Add. titurl
uff ltvinr d Co .OiIcukp or M. V
List of letters remaining uncalled for
nt tho postoflico at Hed Cloud, Neb.
rnska.for tho week ending Septomber,
Land Commlsioner. Mnref Foor.
H. S. Gavin. John J. Son Lnwscn.
Mr Ord. (Jeo. Stncoy
Theso letters will bo sent to tho dead
bettor ofllco October 0th, if not called
for before When calling for above
ploaso say "advertised." T. C. Hack
i a a
O. A. B. National onoompomont,
Wo bavo nrranged to run a first class
chair car through from Obcrlin, Kas. to
Chicago, via St Joe, leaving Oberliu
Oct. 2nd. to accomodate passongorri for
Washington. I), O. Also a tourNt
sleeper from Superior throng to Wash
ington, 1). C, without chnngp, the faro
for n doblo botth in tho tourist car will
bo ?3.G0 to $100. Yours truly,
An nnrnslng story Is told of the edi
tor of a go-abend London evening
ncwupnper, who, In tho etcrnnl rushing
to press to get nhend of the opposition,
was constantly Impressing upon bis
reporters tho necessity for condensing
A terrific trailer explosion bad taken
nlnco on board n Wk ebiii lying nt
"Get down there ns bard as you
can," bo said to one of bis men. "If
you catch tho 11:40 from London
bridge, you'll be there soon nfter 2
and can just "Wlro ns something for tho
fifth edition, but boll It down."
And tho reporter went.
Soon after 3 o'clock that afternoon
they got n wire from blm:
"Terrific explosion. Mnn-o'-war.
Boiler empty. Engineer fnlL Funeral
tomorrow. No flowera." London Tit
Bits. A PrlmltlTe roatoatce.
Until a short time ago a very peculiar
postoflico -was used in Argyllshire,
England. It was situated In tho lonely
hills between Drlmmln and Barr, three
miles from any habitation, and con
sisted of a simple silt In a rock, closed
up by a nicely fitting stone.
When any letters arrived nt Drlm
mln for the district of Barr, they were
convoyed to the rock by the first shep
herd or crofter going so far. Having
been dropped In and the silt rcclosed,
they were left ntll n shepherd or
crofter from tho other sldo happened
to come nlong, when they were taken
up and delivered at their destination.
No letter wns ever known to bo lost at
this primitive postofllce.
Thro Tourist Sleepers to Washington.
Tho Burlington Houto hns organized
tho low rato of $31.2.") from Red Cloud
to Washington, 1). C, and return for
thn National Encnmpment, G. A. It.
Tickets on sale October 2 to 5, inclusive,
(riod roturning until October 14, but
extension until November 3, 1002, may
bo secured. Through tourist sleopcrs
Omaha to Washington, OjtoLor 4.
Doublo berth, W. Ask tho Burlington
ngent, or write, J. Francis, general
passenger agent, Omaha.
3! ShererSBradshaw Z
U Butchers for The I'eople.
Manual of Soil Culture.
Send mo u 2-cont stamp and I will
mall you freo a copy of Campbell's
Soil Culture Manual a vnluablo work
that every farmor ought to bavo. J.
Francis, General nassongor agent,
CAM.S AN8WEHKD NIGHT OH DAT.
tar Phono Numbor, Rosi
donco 111, Offlco, No. 84.
ItEI'OUT OK THE CONDITION
PEOPLE'S BANK of RED CLOUD
Iiicoriorntccl In tho Stnto of Ncbrnska nt the
cloto of Imtslnciis sept. lMh, IWi.
Lnnns niht Discounts STa.CMO M
OvcrilrnftH, vecureil anil unnccurcil 3iM II
WarrimlH bdiI JinlKiiieiilb 411 M
Vnrnltiirnnnil fixtures . Oil 30
Current expedite! anil taxes jiuld (573 TO
Cla'ctEt n nil other cni.li Hems 1? 14
Due from Nnllonnl nnd Stnto
llnuts.rnhli 19.S83 85
IUIIh of other tinukN 1.IBU 00
Nickels Hint cents-. SO tr
Si tele 1.1W)
I.ckhI lender notes l.NJU m)
Total ctith on linml 5ft,b7i S5
Total t3l,tiMi tfl
Cnpltnt Hock. 1Wi0 00
rliupliii fund 10.UO a)
Undivided iirollts 1TJ It)
Individual Deposits biibject
to check IHI.C71 73
Dcinnnd t'ertlllcntes of de-
poBlt '-"O.'-'M M-101,033 08
Total Il3l,00fi 31
Statb or Neiiiiaska, I...
fomityof Wchhter, fB"'
1 tl A khn.ipnml nnui n nf ,t.n
nbovonnmed hnnk, do Nolemulr swenr that tho
above statement Is correct and n truo copy of
the report made to the Stnto llaukiiiK board.
lATTESTl W. A. ailEltWOOH, CllBllltT.
.1. 1.. Mineii. Director.
U. 11. Minkji. Director.
Subscribed and sworn to beforo me this -"Jnd
day of heptcrober, !.
A. H. Hellars, Notary Public.
The followliiR proposed amendment to the
Constitution of the Mute of Xobriu-kn, ni herein
after cet forth In full, N sulimlttcd to the elect
ors of the Mate of Nebnukn. to be voted upon
nt the Kcncrnl election to be held Tuesday.
November 4, A. 1). 180,!: - '
A Joint resolution propositi;: to nmend section
one of nrtlcle llftcen of the Constitution of
the State of Nebrnkn, relative to the man
ner of subralttliiK nnd adoptliiB amend
ments to the Constitution of the Mate ot
lie (I littotrtd ami Enacted by the Legislature
of the Mate of yebrarka:
Section 1. That section one of article llftcen
of the Constitution or IheMnte of Nebraska be
amended to read ns follows:
Section 1. Either brnuch of tho IcRlsIaturo
may propose amendments to this Constitution.
anil lr tnc mine be nRteed to bv three-tlfths of
the members elected to each house, such pro
posed amendments shall be entered on tho
Journals, with (he yeas nnd nays, nnd published
at least once each week in at least one newspa
per In each county where n newspnper Is pub
llshcd. for thirty days Immediately preceding
mc nt. cii-uiiuu iii Bcumurs aim representa
tives, ai wnicu election the same shall be sub
mitted to the elcctois for approval or rejection,
and If a majority of the elector voting at suchi
election on such proposed ameiidnent, shall
vote to adopt such amendment, the same shall,
become a part of this Constitution. When more-
manuneamenumenus submitted nt the same
election, they shall be so submitted hi to en
able the electors to vote on each ameudment.
All ballon ned at such election on such)
amendment or amendment! shall have written,
or printed thereon the following: For porpose
amendment to the Constitution relating to (her.
Insert the subject of the amendment) and.
Against proposed amendment to the Constitu
tion relating to (here Insert the subject ot the
amendireni), and the vote of each elector
voting on such amendment or amendments
shall be designated by the elector by making a.
cross with a pen o- pencil In a circle or square
to be placed at the rlRht of the lines the wordR
"Far or Agalnii" the proposed amendments, a
he shall desire to vote thereon, or by Indicating;
his preference on a voting machine when lucfi
machine is In inc.
I. Geo. W. Marsh, trrrotarr nf main nf ihn
state of Nebraska, do hereby certify that the
foregoing proposed amendment to the Constitu
tion of thi Stnto of Nebraska la n truo and'
correct copy of tho original enrolled nnd en
grossed bill as passed bv tho twenty seventh
session of the legislature of tho Mute of Ne
bruskn. as nnpcnrs from ld orlglnnl M 1 on
II Ic In this office, and that raid proposed amend
ment 1 i submitted to the (jimmied vo ers of the
State of Nebraska for their adoption or rejeo
tlon at the general election to beheldonTuei
day, the 4th dHy of November. A. I). ieo.
In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto set my
hati and at11xd the great seal of the State of
Done at Lincoln this 2i dny of July, In the
year of Our Loid One Thousand Nine llundreil
and Two, of the Independence of the United
States the Ona Hundred nnd Twenty seventh,,
and of this state the Thirty-sixth.
. , OEO. V. MAItSII.
lSEALl Secretary of state.
B. & M. B.Y
HED CLOUD NEBH.
81. LOUIS anil
all points east and
SAL1 LAKE CI
and all points
THAIN8 LEAVE AS rOLLOWB!
13. Passenger dally for Oberlln
and St. Francis branches. Ox.
ford, McCook, Denver and all
No, 14. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
Kansas city, Atcmson. St.
Louis, Lincoln via Wymore
and all points east and south 2-32 a.m
Uurlington Route Offers Low Kates.
October 2 to 5. Ono faro for round
trip. To many points in Indiana, Ohio;
to Pittsburg and other points in west
ern Pennsylvania; to liuffalo and to
Toronto. Tickets good to roturn till
Tho Durlingtou Ronto's prize contest
for tho best pbotgraphs of Nobraska
scones closos October 1. If you havo
good pbotgraphs of orchards, growing
arops, harvesting seonos, cattle, sheep,
horses or poultry, hotter send them in
without dolay. Ask tho Uttrlicgton
Route agent for full particulars, or write
J. Francis, General Passenger Agent,
21, Passenger, dally, Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
22, Passenger, dally for St, Joe,
niUIH V.IIT. A1CU1IUI1. Nl-
all points east and
a :23 p.m.
Louis and i
174. AccommodaUon, dally except
Sunday. Uaattngi, Grand l..-
uuMun, ub,iiik, uriuq ja
lanu, niaca mils and all
polntilnthe northwest Si
No. 173. Dally except Sunday, Ox
ford and Intermediate polntil2:Mp.nj.
Bleeping, dining, and reclining chair can.
(teats free) on through tralna. Ticket sold and
bKS " ,ny po,Dl ,n ,h' Valt"
For Information, tlmt tables, maps ar tickets
call on or address A. Conover, Agent. Hed
$1.00 per year.
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