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-f L XV111 BROKEN BOW , CUSTER COUNTY , NEBRASKA , THURSDAY , MARCH 15 , 1900-EIGHT PAGES , NO , 39
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A watch needs careful experienced at
tention to keep Its flno mechanism la per
fect condition. It doesn't take mncli oil
bnt It mint hire that ml v ind Imvo It at
th right tint III my biilnoi n to c r-
'cct nil dlfflcullk-H nboi t n u'Ati h mi I
make It keep cor ect time U not worn
ont I cuti do It
FIDO Plymouth liouk oookreln
for Bale. Throe miles north .11 d
one uiilo east \Valworth bridge
4 G. GUYLK , Walworth.
Clinton Day ,
I'HVOICIAK AISI >
Broken Bow. Neb.
Office over Hyorson'B grocery. Rpely
ilence titti bouse west of Baptist church.
CONTHACTOH AND BUILUKU
Efijf Plans and ejilumtea on abort tio-
tluu. Broken Bow , Neb.
Dr. CJhas. L. Mullins ,
PUYhlCiAN AND tiUKGKOfl.
3d stairway frum went oudin Rt-altj
block ; residopce , 3rd west M. E.
church , eame Hide of street.
OAMEKON &KEESE ,
S. * COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
Rot rut 6-9 Kottlty oiuct Urokoa UIJT , Neb
PENN & DORKIS ,
All rflnds o ( work In our line done
promptly and In tlrat-olaas order. Reil
Shop on the corner , weet of tbe boot
house. Give us a trial.
FABM FOB SALE : At Upton ,
160 acres cf j > oed farm land , 80
acres in cultivation end the real
fenced in pasture , with three wires.
Good four room , aod house ; corn
orib and graiuery , each 12x10 feel ,
connected ; stable and chicken
house etc. For parikulars call on
JJ. . Snyder , Broken Bow , or
Stephen Wilcox , on promises.SS-Sm
Full blood Bard Plymouth Rook
roosters , lor sale , tix * blocks o null
and one east of Hie public cqua c
35 51 .1 II 11 ( Ju-'tt *
Worse Than War-
Hundreds are killed in war. but
hundreds of thousands ure killed by
consumption. There would be no
deaths at all cam.d by this tt-rr blc
disease. Ii people rould be mule
to understand that hhiloli'jj Cough
and Consumption cure is a sure
cure renmdj if taken in thn carh
stages. 25 ct50 cts. and 1 00 u
bottle. LJruugiBtH will return tbe
money if a euro in not affected
JoThla Plain Enongh-
If YOU have a nagying cou h. .
and are loosing flesh , go to a drug !
store , snd gel a buttle of Shilol.'s
Couiumption Cure. Take two-
thirds of it , and then , if you are
not bem filed , return the bottle to
the rlrtigyim , anilv will rntun.
your m my. IMI' ! hit lau ? No
one uouid anmore. . 25 < it5U u' '
and $1.00 a botUe.
Wh at a 40
liarley . . . , .jrji
Corn . . " ,
Kyo . . >
BgKB. . ' . . " . " . ' . .i' " . . " . . " ! ! . , " . . ' . ' " . " .V.i
" " ' " ' ' ' ' * ' ' " ' ' " "
Chickens".V.V..1 ! ! ! ! 951)\t ( .
llOB 4 OJ-4.
Co > v > ) , n
Btcors M 4.ru
Blr&w 13c cwi
Dr T. W Bass , doniifll , Broken
Fresh Sacsafrasfl at.
J. W. Rice of Cliff , was a wel
come caller Saturday.
More laughs in a minute than you
eve saw before "Ruubon Glue. "
Ladies Dress Skirts $1.72 to
$2.50 at the ' RACKET STORK.
Pacific blacks and blues , calico
nt five cents a yard at Snyder Broe.
J. S. Fraujia of Morna. kindly re
membered this office while in the
iity last 'I hurtjday.
Kpr.'i't ' ! IH herpj Dm k S"mfr.iKN
I in Jor j our I'luu i.
* ' . V ILKiAB PllAIlilAOY
C D Phelatu of Ansolmo , wa1
fraong the faithf ull who attended
the republican county oonimittHc
At thu niuttlug of the repuuln-af ?
viouniy ct'Uleral oommiliOH tiatanhi )
the d it of th < , ; ounty oouveniio
lixul for /iirul | 21.
C. a. Martin has John Deer.
sulky , plows that ho will sell t'-r
less than they cost it the fauor )
ll you want oue see him buloi.
l htjy are all gone.
A. Wallace of Walworth , will
eell at his ( arm on March 20.h ( ,
1.900 , 5UO bushels of seed wheat ,
I arm implimeuts and some stock
'r Urm , has jum rcoHivcd a
line f Jjpiiug iliL'tf- g -oild
I'liL' biint cutn.'il ) dr.iina out , put
nn Wll-h high ul 4HM tjpuoiakics , on-lit
10 doiiulu overbdy. "Kenben
Ulue , " Friday March 2d. 15 , 25 , 35
For the next sixty days ( j. S
Martin will m-ll jou for cash any
kind o : a buggy or spring wagou
you want tor lees money than the )
etui be bought any where else.
The report of a birthday surprise
party givou to W. P. iiogerw and
one given to Mrs P. A. Walton pre
unavoidable left out this week as
well as several other iteraq of news
which will appear next week.
Tablets , Pencils , Writing P.iptr
and Envelopes , ch-aper than evei
ti tha RACKET SJTOUB
The best line of chockolate
candy in the oity , jubt reco ved.
J. A iSTKVKNSON
We received a telegram tins
uioruii g stating that Mrn. Auir-
berry'o lather , Sylvester Grouu.ce ,
at Promise Uuy Iowa , hail been
alrickeu with p'trallysio and is uu
UOUHCIOUS , As he is 83 years old
the worst is feared. Mrs. A will
leave tor Promise City in the
A. W. Drake is handling new
organs , Kimbal and JLluspe. Njiit
betttr. Call and see them.
A. S. Gamble and son Ilarloy ,
were friendly callers at this office
Saturday. Mr Gtmble and Horn
have accumulatt'd over OIKhundnd
lii-itd ot c itlo > i K ? i aV uni.il ) a
a r.tuoii on tin VVi.d lloir. b'l i
.and adjoining O tue Siinl linl
"Christ's Kingdm In the Twenti
eth 1'enlury , " will he the ihi'inc ol
u u inoruuii ! d > rnto i at ibv M t -
j ini i nuron in zt ? uuJ.ty. ah i
dVanueliritiu St-rvKe in iho uvo i iiif.
Subjfuiol bunaon : "Shaiumali aiid
hJenuih. " Good Hint'iug by chorui-
jhoir. Ail , iu uurdially inviiid.
E. A. KNIGHT.
Tapestry and Chenille Stand
Covers at 75 and 85 cents , worth
. 1.50 at fhe RACKET STOKK.
1 have purohased all of the O. P.
fe. ley a , ok ol agricultural imple-
neiith and will olose them out at
hut years prices.
C. b. MAUTIX.
The Ull ZellUll } U4I1UIIH A \ n
m nlikini Miiiiri ihtti tuo p.ip o i ,
Vriuiuii Aluiidij. Aliur Hiveril
< llortti to nomiiiale one of their
number hey endorsed the republiu
.iiii aoininnus ex jpt fcr polioa jud e
and uouuoia rn.in in the first und
third ward. J , J. Snyder wan nom
inated for police judi u and O. U.
Conridu I or ununuilman in first
Mini ind L. E. Kirkpalnu iu iho
Snyder Bros. , is getting m a flno
line of $3 00 skirts. They are u
bargain , Call and aoo thorn.
Cannon City coal at Dierks
Gl s Ware and Tin Ware cheaper
than ever at the RACKKT STOHU
WANTED A place to work on a
farm. Inquire at the Republican
WALL PAPER All now and
artistic designs All 1000 patents
ttt J. C. BOWUNB.
The Brokem Bow republican pri
mary will be held ou the 14th of
April in the court house at two
o'clock p. m.
A. H. Copsey and F. A. Walton
represented Westervillo and Myrtle
precincts at Central Committee
J'isl ' n.0i'ivud a ntj.vv senii-poiot'-
ai [ > n t. in in whi'i * . Il in a bu.uuj ,
llavillaud ( Jliina xliape it.
J. U. BOWKN'B
The days and dates of Mrs.
Thomson's Millinery opening are on
sa r. . .i } Mir-li l h ind < \ \ > d y
. \1 'ch 20ih.
F E. VanAntwurp , Geo. M ir ,
J H. ODapuijn , J. El. Doau , J. F ,
F.'X .rili ) ami 1U. . II. B.tyer-
huffi.r repiuHuuted tlia south wes i
pdBt of tliu oouu-y ai tnu republican
Ci/unty Couieral Comiiiitteu meet
The po ( B not being satinfit-d
wiih the result of the Citizen City
Cduuus , hold aseuretoaui.es Monday
night when only populists wure
admitted atid nominated 11 11.
Win for Mayor , E yin Beal ooun-
iilmtn 1st vv iril , Sooit C < opi r'2nd
ui , Di D.ij 3nl vs .iid
C. iS Mur.h .iu lir ui i , y tor
> li. D ( is ad Ca'tfii umeit *
uhmil he it * Helling al be 1 rock
priuet * .
Fresi homemade broad for sale
at Fmer's Hesiauraut , third door
north ot post oliiue , Broken Bow ,
To the SupermtendautB of tud1
different Sunday schools in Custer
County : Please send the name of
your Sunday school and also the
uameB of thu Superintendant and
Secretary to Geo. G. Burns , secretary
ot County Association , Broken Bow
SHOKS ! SHOKS ! SHOES ! Mens
shoes , Ladies shoes , children's
shoes , in fact shoes for everybody.
Plow shoes , vicikid shoes , Ladies
fine dress shoe , Ladies Oxfords
of all styles , Bicycle shoe- , Tennis
shoes. he Larges variety. The
Largest stock and the Largest
Bargains in shoes , in Custer
County at the RACKKT STOK- ,
South East corner , Broken uow ,
At the bchool caucus Saierda ) ,
Alpha Morgan , J. J. Wilson , Mrt.
C. L. Gutterson , II. Lomax were
nominated members of tbe nchool
board. The meeting was largely
a lendtd and ways ind means to
reduce the inUebetodueBB was did-
cusned. A committee of throe ,
Jewett , Lomax , ai.d Amsberry were
appointed to meet with the assessors
10 submit the quot'on of increas
ing the property valuation of the
The West Union Milling Co. ,
are doing a good business in their
new ' ig store and you can't guess
what they haven't got and prices
are clear down out of sight. See
their line stock of harness of
every description , new style , Con
cord brass trimmed , cheap Also
lumber , in fact everything. Call
and see us. K. G. CAUK.
11 VM B and uobb'ea ; piticniH o
centrn t tbii-s , at A. NUr.iktiV. .
x differ'-t ' styltti ; pric-s to mi-
I have been afflicted with rhu > -
matism for tourteen years and no
thing seemed to give mo relief 1
as able lo bo arouiH all the time
but constantly suffering. I bar
tripd evoiyihitijr I could hoar of ! tn <
u' ' 'a l H th loiil iu t ) ( liambi ilti > r
1' Mil U . (11. ' I , I , t .1 j , til I W t
imm"Jiuii ) roll v .1 uii i i. . a ah/ . ,
lime cured. I am happy to MIJ
that it has not since returned , Jo l )
Edjar. Gurmaniowii , Cal For bale
by all druggists.
Tl.o Ladies Aid Sooiaty of tin
Chrintiau church wilt hold an East * 4
Market , on April 14th. A good
dinner and supper wil ! bo served
and many useful articles will be for
ealo. Remember tbe date ,
Howard Dooious and Allio Thorn-
as of Ravenna were married last
night , at the home of 1 , A Raneuu ,
Judge Armuor officiating. The band
mad1 them a call and was treated
royally The married couple will
i > o to house keeping at once o > i Mr
Renoau'e ranch on the Middle Loup.
Patent Mediones at the
Pcpmu Gum , two packages tor a
nickel at WILKINB' PHARMACY.
Fen SALE millut seed at ( K
oontp a bnshol. JBBSE GAUDY.
H , L. Frnzior , photographer ,
west side square' , Broken Bow , Nob.
Write Ilayden Bros. , Omaha.
Wholesale Supply House for priaof
and sumploH 2 8 lyr.
Shot maker's kit , including ma
chine , good as new , at a bargain.
A. W. DllAKE.
For suits , iron and wood beds ,
roikere , cots , pring , tableBstandn ,
tc , call on A. W. Drake , west
tide ( -quaro.
FOB SALK Twenty-two acres of
land peven blocks east of tbo pub
lic squaie. A i oed tivu-ioom hoti.io.
The land is nice ruid level. Wil
-ull reasonable Mrs Laura Penii.
$115 For Letters About Nebraska
Thu pubsunger dcpartmuat of the
13. and M. R. R R. offers thirteen
cash prizes aggregating § 115 for
letters about Nebraska. Particular
of the contest , which is open to all ,
oin bo had by addressing J F.ancis ,
G. P. A. , Onviha , Nob. March 8.5.
Fou SALK North cast quarter
ti'ti ion 23 , town 13. rani ? * 10 , wt'St
MX | n > | iiRMidian , oix room
i 'iiM * , e-mail granaryHod stablewind
inII and good wt-ll. Foityocream
) asturb , nioty five acres in cultiva
ion , ballnnce unbroken.
R. E. GLASS.
3 8 Broken Bow Nebr.
Ihe comedy drama "Reuben
Glue , " which everybody is talkinc
about , will bo put on Friday March
J3. Notice the change of date.
We , the undersigned , have leased
what is known as Gaudy's Sand
Junk. Parties wishing sand can
lavesamo by calling on us.
Z. O. & W. J ClOBB. }
4-19 Broken Bow , Neb
A Wholesale Pulslning.
From Cuointoik , Count } attorney
Ci.kptM k vvat sum IKMI I \ustt-r
la mornint ; lo come al once am
bring the Corner or Sherif will
urn. One person was dead aid
several othars were sick from pois
ining. At the hour of going to
jresa wo have received no partiou
Is This rialn Euoughl
If you have a nagging cough and
arc losing flesh , go to a drug store ,
ind u-et a bottle of Shiloh's Con
sumption Cure. Take two thirds
if it , and then , if you arc not bene-
ti led , n-iurn the bottle lo the
i iitiLift , tind IK- will ri'inniour
unii v , I-n'i ii t1 < ir ? No iii
i H mor < 25 'K. , 50cttt ati.l
$1.00 u bottle.
NFW STYLES ! NFW GOODS !
We open the spring trade with
the most complete stock of Mil-
inery and Notions ever placed on
exhibition in Broken F.ow , consis
ting of the very latest styles in
hats and bonnets , children's caps ,
silk waists and skirts , suits , c pes ,
ladies and children spring jackets ,
underwear and hosiery , gloves
mitts and all kinds of toilet art
icles. "We have an elegant stock of
silk dress trimmings. Our trim
mer has been in the east for the
past five or six weeks selecting
the very latest styles in hats and
nobby articles of every descrip
tion in our line which will certain
ly please you both in style and
price. In toilet articles , our face
bleech has no superior. We re-
trim old hats and give them style
and finish. Butter and eggs or
orders oil grocery stores taken
in exchange for goods. Discount
of five per cent for cash , second
door north of post office , Broken
Bow , Neb.
B , E. PRBDMORB ,
Now is the time to renew your
subscription to tbe Raruz3UOAjf ,
Populist County Convention.
The onoo powerful organization ,
known as populist , came togathor
iu this city Monday under the call
of a county convention for the pur
pose of electing delegates to the
state convention , thut will aoloot
uclogates to the national fusion con *
vention to bo hold at Sioux Falls ,
May 0. J. R. Rhodes boiug absent
the mooting was called to order by
E. R. Purcoll. A temporary orga
nization was effected by electing
Tom Holiday chairman and E. R.
The following committees wore
appointed on organization : C. W.
Beal , E. S. Finch and S. Gatos.
Order of business : , Iohu Coonoy ,
J. R. Forucyth and C. G. Einpfiold.
Resolutions : W. J. Taylor , A , B.
Hartley , W. G. EaHthmau , J. J.
Tooluy and Fred Cuuimlugs. Cre
dentials : II. J. Shin , C. M. Blowers ,
J. J. Downey , On motion , all res
olutions wore rofored to the oornrniltu
The convention recouvonod ot 2
o'clock and was opouod with Prayer
by Rev. Eplcy. The committee
ou organization reported in favor ol
making the temporary organization
Dormant nt. The report wou adapted
W. A. Overman was elociod ansib-
toiit seuotary. The report on cre
dentials showed all precincts ropro-
seiited but Grant , Elim llayos , Tri
umph , and E k Creek. Kuport
VVhilo Trailing for thn committee
ou resolutions speeches \voro mude
by Jesse Gaudy , C. W. Beat , and
Rev. Eploy. The committee recom
mended a resolution uistucling the
delegates to the state convention to
use their influence in doliotiui ; del
egates lo the national couveniiouu
thai would support only populism
of national reputation tor presiden
tial candidate , but provided further
in case the democratic oonvntion
would accept ono of the populis't
nominees on the presidential ticket ,
that in that event the pop national
commtteo would bo authorized to
withdravt ono of the nomiuioes and
substitute the democratic nominee
The resolution was vigorously
advocated by Holiday , W. J. Taylor ,
Hartley , Cummings , W. G. East
man , Coonoy , and others. It was
opposed by Jeffords , E. Taylor ,
L. W. Cornish , C. W. Beal , Dieiz ,
Ream , and others. A lively time
was had for about two hours when
the matter waa compromised by
passing a substitute offered by C
W. Heal which instructed the dtila-
gales to work for the nomination of
, .ny ono who empathies are with the
populist party , which moans any
body that the leaders can make a
itou with regardless ot his parly
principles. The substitute was
carried by a vote of 143 } to 5l
Resolutius were also passed favoring
female suffrage iu the Philipiuos
and another adopting the initiative
and reforendom theory , as reported
by J. D. ttaam. On the female
nuffrago resolution thu women wore
t > iven the priveligo of iho floor f ud
Mrs. T. E. Wheeler ana Mrs. 0
Pickett addressed the convention
The work of the oonvotion was then
soon concluded by electing 34 delegates
gates to the state convention am
naming thn central comlttoo men.
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO PARIS
( special Ootrespoudein. * ) by F
PABia , March 1 , 1900
Wo palled from L'ulladelpuia Novem
ber 4 , 1899. By wo , 1 uifun thu p > triy
' oiii < iii together tty iliu 11-V. Mru. IJlifib
F'-rgii-iui of Ft ) zon. A'2 inn. It wttB
tsnpp'ircd to r > i > a pirly ol ludlea unly hut
how a "malo' ' Imnpent'd to gwc intuit
IB rnor * than I Know , ulihuuxu I happen
to be the unfor uniite one. It does not
tike long to get ucqtuii'ted with pent1 !
I-1 t at am r. li fur w < > hd bion
iih > * rd wenty-f ui hourI think evmy
Mlowk HW the oihur iuid hie fumny
UIHIU * y. It wnH wtnl ih > u nts did , too ,
( > r AO wuri' s n d 10 tie K' " ' r
tlilrti ( Iu N > ii i ' < iiith * u
I'll -worn * uryx v < intuuO ud
tun UeiU'-nland , u iliing w noh t con
s ( liufd by Huiiurs a vo y bid omun. l' .
nmkx It wornu tlmro wrt ub tut ton
Luilinrnu uiiHsloiiaili B nb tied lUHking
in nil thirty six. Perhaps 1 for.oi lo
inHiit'on ' that the Monnoui or Li tor
Uuy Sni'itH , HH thtiy ciiil thHtnHciv 'H were
til m mnarlcR However one vwrv
w B Dia § * S tint" who w 'iti'l 10 hiiv-
hiid HOV -vivc.s aQ-ur ) .i IH Hint u bunt
vvuh S in > H''uhonrd hnd iievor henn
iinown to aiuk , uounuirnlly wo faltqultt )
During the day , when the weather
permltt d , we were always on dock play-
mK Home Kamp. The favorite gomo WAR
"al.ufflu . board" or "deck Wlllarda. "
The uamo IB all right on ship board
where there h nothing elao to do , but on
laud it would bo a dry game. In the
evening tht ) men , nil but the "Sulnta , "
wiuld oolluot in the Bracking room and
toll storlea. I think that waa the best
regulated smoking room In the world.
One man , the largest aboard , and ho
waa always In thu smoking room , we
elected captain and master of coremonloa
of the smoking room sung. '
who failed to report to htm onoo onoh
hour during the day wna flnrd a shilling.
In the ovouings after dinner oaoh follow
had to tell a story , emg a song or dunce
it jig. And so the tlm passed very nlco-
ly until the eighth day , whan thodtorm
I Imvo always wanted to "onb" a
Btorm nt "sun" and I nmat flay thnt I
bad my wish fulfilled to thu creates ! ex
tent. It bcgnn on Friday night N v 9 ,
nboub twelve o'clock , and tbo lirat thing
It did to us was to smash two port glftsa-
OA on the port aide ot the ship and glvo
aome people n shower buth , All day
Saturday , the tenth , U rngecl and the
captain enld wo Blood just an even
ohanoo of staying on top or going to the
bottom. Many people wore bidly
soared but I onioyou myfolf tlioroughly
during nil. I gnusB It muat have boon
on the strength ot what the old "Saint"
told us. A great m ny people wmo so
alck that they wished wo would go down.
Sunday was almost as bud as Saturday
although Micro waa not euoh a high wind
( Concluded next w ok. )
MAimiKD-At Farmers Restaurant
Broken Bow March 10 , lOOO.Horry
Wright and MrB. Myra Austin both
of Hargont , Rev Iloraday oflioiating.
Mrs , Austin IB well and favorably
known as one of tbo young teahera
of Ouster county , and a daughter of
A. R. Damon of Sargont. Mr. H.
Wright is a young man of education
strictly moral and industrious and
enjoys the ostouni of his acqualnta-
t-B. Mr. and Mrs. Wright will oc-
upy the farm near this city vaoi-
ted by S. Brady. X
CLAY AuBiucititY-Wednesday ovo-
ling , March 14 , at the resldenoo of
the bride's parents J. W.Clay of
Ansiey and Alinnie M. Amaber-y of
Bioken Bow , Rov. S. C. Cadwoll
The bride is the oldest daughter
) f ye scribe Smoo hrr graduation
rom iho Broken BOA High B.-hools ,
n 94' ' she has boon toat-hmK. Wo
hiuk she is ono of the best girls in
the county. Th < 5 groom is a young
man of good reputation and IB a far
mer by occupation. After the eon
omony , supper was sorvd to a num
ber of guoBtB , who with but a few
exceptions wore the young asso
ciates of the oontraotmg parties.
Mr. and Mrs. Clay were the recipi
ents of a number of valuable and
useful presents. The occasion was
made more pleasant , by the appear-
onoo of the Boys'Brokon Bow Band
who serenaded the company and
joined in the foHtivities of the hour.
Miss Emily Welmanvas bora
January 19th , 1823. in Harrison
county. Indiana. Was married
to Charles Sands , Sept. 14 , 1843 ;
to them were born seven children
four of which are still living- .
She united with the Baptist
church in 1844. and lived a faith
ful and consistant Christian in
the church for 56 years , at which
time the Master said it is enough ,
come up higher. She passed
away peacefully at her son's , J * .
B , Sands at Custer' Center , Ne
braska , Sunday , March 4th , 1900 ,
aged 77 years , 1 mouth and 15
ilotbor IB gone I
JOBUJ baa called her , and eho has gone homo ,
Homo to that "country" where troubles ami
trials uuvor come ,
Bba never will come to us ,
Bat we may meet nor on that "Golden Buoro. "
Where together 'round the throne wo'U sing ,
And part , no uuvur n ore.
Hln * lius crossed thu dark river before us ,
Sliu hif oroduvil It , but mil aluuu ,
for Jet m , the bouumuii , has taken her gpirlt
And cur dud U homo , to tint blunted home.
Qoue to her rent Iu that "glorlouo land. "
She Btaiidfl ready to welcowo ue , when on that
sldii of Jordan wo etaud.
Then together we'll walk the golden streets ,
Nero ; uioru to * uy good bye ,
-E N. Potts ,
Spring and Summer Opcuiiiug 1000
1 wiuh to auouuoo to luo public
Unit my line ot Millinery and Bilk *
will be oimipleie by Saturday iliroh
! 24ih aiid Monday Maruu ! 4Uu ( and
pnutti to BUII every 0110. A uoidial
aivi.ati .u in e.U"ixlud to all
Alua I nou-t ) N
Siider BroH. , uanieu a big line
olitdioa / bkirlB of the boat quality.
If you waul a bargain do not fail
to Hue them.
The HITUIILIOAN and Jnl < rO.3 *
lor 1 51) ) . l'i o KEI-UBLI. < N n
Journal lor * 1 OS.
You should rumtmibui that no
other medicine it * like Hhiloh'a Con
Buption Cure iu any rcspoot. If
other remodieti have failed to relieve
your cough or oold , that is all the
more reason why you should try
Shiloh'a. Always sold under a
positive guarantee , If it does not
help you , the druggist must give
back your money. 25ota. ,
and $1.00 a bottle ,
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