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About Custer County Republican. (Broken Bow, Neb.) 1882-1921 | View Entire Issue (March 10, 1910)
A LITTLE COLD.
\ H cautbt a UtUo coldThat
That WRS alL
Bo the neighbors sadly said ,
AJI they gatkcrcd round his bed ,
When they hoard that ho vras dead.
H caught a llttlo cold
That was all. ( Puck. )
Neglect of a cough or cold often
ttada to aorlotw trouble. To break up
a cold In twenty-four hours and euro
any cough that Is curable mix two
unccs of Glycerine , a half-ounce of
Virgin OH of Pine compound puroand
Ight ounces of pure Whisky. Take a
teaspoonful every four hours. You can
buy thcso at any good drug store and
mix them In a larco bottle.
The Girl It Isn't fair for you to
keep on your mask after I have taken
The Boy I didn't wear any.
\H \ AGONY WITH ECZEMA
"No tongue can tell how I suffered
for flvo years with itching and bleedIng -
Ing eczema , nntil I was cured by the
Cutlcura Remedies , and I am so grate
ful I want the world to know , for
what helped me will help others. My
body nnd face were covered with
sores. One day It would seem to ho
better , and then break out again with
the most terrible pain and Itching. I
have been sick several times , but
never In my Mfo did I experience such
awful suffering as with this eczema. I
had made up my mind that death was
near at hand , and I longed for that
time when I would be at rest. I had
tried many different doctors and medi
cines without success , and my mother
brought me the Cutlcura Remedies , in
sisting that I try them. I began to
feel bettor after the first bath with
Cutlcura Soap , and ono application of
"I continued with the Cutlcura Soap
and Cuticura Ointment , and have
taken four bottles of Cutlcura Resolv
ent , and consider myself well. 'This
was nine years ago and I have had
no return of the trouble since. Any
person having any doubt about thla
wonderful cure by the Cutlcura Remedies -
dies can write to my address. Mrs.
Altle Etson , 93 Inn Road , Battle Creek ,
Mich. , Oct 18 , 1 09. "
Clubwomen Plan Meet.
Nineteen hundred and ten means
much to club women , for another bi
ennial convention of the General Fed
eration of Women's Clubs , with a
membership of 800,000 , will be held In
Cincinnati , O. , in May , bringing to-
tether women with a common pur
pose from the four corners of the
How's This ?
tT efler On * Hundred Dollars Reward fpr any
KM o ( Catana ttat cannot be cured by Ball' *
Q&tanh Cur * .
F. J. CHENEY 4 CO. . Toledo. O.
We. the undenifntd. have known F. J. Chener
for we Utt II r an. and believe elm perfectly hon-
trabls ta all builneas transactions and financially
* ! to carry out any obligation * made by bU firm.
WALDIHO , KINNAN A lUnvm.
Wholesale DruftKUU. Toledo. O.
Hall' * Catarrh Cur * la taken Internally acting
tfetetly upon th blood and mucous surfacA of the
system. Teatlmonlali aent fr < * . Price 71 cnU pr
iwttls. Sold by all Dnurclita.
Tax * Hall's family Pill * tor constipation.
DolnQ Two Things at Once.
A man hurried into a quick-lunch
restaurant recently and called to the
waiter : "Give me a ham sandwich ! "
"Yes , sir , " ald the waiter , reaching
for the sandwich. "Will you eat It or
take It with you ? "
"Both , " was the unexpected but ob-
rlous reply. Ladles' Home Journal.
CUT THIS OUT
And mall to the A. H. Lewis Medicine Co. ,
Dt , Louis , Mo. , and they will send you free
a. 10 day treatment of NATURE'S UEME-
DT ( Nil tablets ) Guaranteed for Rheu
matism , Constipation , Sick Headache. Llv-
tr. Kidney n.nd Blood Diseases. Sold by
all Druggists. Better than Pills for Liver
Ilia. It'sj fre to you. Write today.
"Well , my llttlo man , " Inquired a
rloltor pleasantly , "who are you ? "
"I'm the baby's brother ! " was the
Ingenuous reply. The Truth Seeker.
If It'e Your Eye Use Petttt's Eye Salve ,
for inflammation , etys , itching lids , eya
achM , defects of vision and sensitivity to
strong lighti. All druggists or Howard
Broi. , Buffalo , N. Y.
Aim at excellence and excellence
will be attained. This is the greatest
ecret of tuccess and eminence. Mor
NCW3 NOTES OF INTEREST FHOM
SLL SUBJECTS TOUCHED UPON
Religious , Social , Agricultural , Polit
ical and Othsr Matters Given
"Test your seed corn" Is now the
slogan all nloug the Nebraska line.
llural mall carriers of lied Willow
county have formed an organization.
The Presbyterians of Dunbar will
soon erect a new church.
Governor Shallonberger spoke nt
Geneva on "Patriotic Citizenship" to a
W. E. Morrison , a prominent mer
chant of Broken Dow , lost a finger in
a sausage cutter.
The Laymen's1 Missionary Move
ment work is uppermost in u number
of Nebraska towns.
It has been decreed that business
men of Omaha must clean up their
premises or go to Jail.
Beatrice will handle the saloon
question by submitting the matter to
popular vote the first Tuesday in
The tenant 'house on the farm of
Edward lloworth , three miles south
east of Tecuuisch , was burned to the
C. E. Madeen of Johnson county
agrees that seed corn should be test
ed , but ho is of the opinion that a
large per cent of it will bo found in
Soldiers of the Spanish-American
war will hold their annual reunion nt
Columbus , April 20 , and Major E. H.
Phelps , department commander , is al
ready busy acquainting the soldiers of
the fact. A good program is being
The spread of the scarlet fever epi
demic in Buffalo county continues.
Several schools have been closed in
cloven parts of the county and a num
ber of small towns are practlcallj-
closed up with quarantine.
The Fremont business college has
closed its doors. Practically all of
the pupils were transferred to the
Omaha commercial college and Presi
dent lloush himself has entered the
employ of that Institution.
The women of Kearney are to take
a hand in the saloon fight In that city
between now and March 1C , the date
of the special election deciding the
fate of Kearney.
In response to a letter by Charles
R. Weeks of the Peru normal a strong
organization of poultry raisers with
twenty charter members was organ
ized with Prof. Weeks as president.
At Button Harry Roger , Burlington
round house boss , was about to refill
an oil tank for use about the cars
when the gas Ignited , severely burn
ing his face and neck.
M. D. Welch , a druggist nt Cort-
land , pleaded guilty in the district
court on two counts to the charge of
selling liquor and was fined $200 and
The report of Treasurer Brian filed
with the stnto auditor shows that
during the month of February there
has been paid into all funds $443-
250.09 , and there has been disbursed
$238,001.93. The balances at this
time are $907,101.53 , against $701-
913.37 the first of the month. There
Is uninvested in the permanenl
school fund a total of $288,027.18.
The decision of the supreme court
that the expense of a county treas
urer's bond when legally executed by
a qualified bonding company as surety
and approved and accepted by the
county board Is a binding obligation
of the county releases ex-County
Treasurer Lotlmlr Schultz from pay
ing $700 to Seward county.
County Treasurer Hovelono of Gage
county is forcing the collection of
delinquent personal taxes in Gage
county and has sent out 4,000 notices.
Over 200 taxpayers called at his of
fice yesterday nnd liquidated.
Henry Bedford , a pioneer resident
of Seward county , died In Oklahoma
recent and his body was taken to Bee ,
in that county. Ho was well-to-do and
a few years ago distributed $150,000
among his children.
It Is thought the winter wheat crop
in some portions of Washington
county lm been injured by winter
President Crabtreo of the Peru nor
mal awarded to Miss Winifred Per
kins the gold medal offered by Miss
Julia Van Droll , a prominent debater
of last year , for the young lady mak
Ing the highest standing In debates.
J. O. Darnell , brakeman on tha
Burlington railroad , was killed near
the Burlington depot In Kearney. It
is thought ho slipped and fell under
At Nebraska City a move Is on
foot nnd a good sum has been raised
for the purpose of erecting a menu
mcnt over the grave of Charles W.
Pierce , who was perhaps one of the
earliest settlers In this state. Ho came
to Nebraska in 1818.
The calls for teachers are still nu
merous. Many country schools are
offering high wages In order to sccuro
teachers. Several counties In central
and western Nebraska have been
short of teachers all the year. School
authorities are becoming anxious nnd
are sending in requests for teacher ?
for next year
BURDENS LIFTED FROM BAD BACKS
Weary is the back that bears the burden of kidney ills. There's no rest nor peace for the man or A
woman who has a bad back. The distress begins in early morning. You feel lame and not refreshed.
It's hard to get out of bed. It hurts to stoop to tie your shoes. All day the ache keeps up. Any sudden
movement sends sharp twinges through the back. It is torture to stoop or straighten. At night the suf
ferer retir'es tb toss and twist and groan. Backache is kidney ache a throbbing , dull aching in the kid
neys. Plasters or liniments won't do. You must get at the cause , inside.
DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS CURE SICK KIDNEYS
A Cure of STcre Kidney Disease Verified
By Test ofTimo
William II. Soars , U9 W. Cherry
Street , Nevada , Mo. , says : " 1 was
convinced of the great value of
Doan's Kidney Pills through per
sonal expci lenco. Four or flvo
months ace I Buffered a great deal
from a pain across the small of my
back , extending at times Into my
limbs and shoulders. "When I
stooped or did any work that
brought a strain on the muscles of
my back , my trouble was agprA-
vated. I tried a number of reme
dies but without success. After a
short tlino I could see that they
were benefiting me , and the con
tents of two nnd one-half boxcu
cured me. " ( Statement ulven in
May , 1009. )
On Dec. 3rd , 1908 , Mr. Sears said :
"I still have great faith In Doan's
Kidney Pills. I feel Justified In re-
endorsing this remedy as it has
done so much for inc. "
A TRIAL FREE
Cut out this coupon , mail it to Fostor-Milbum
Co. , Buffalo , N. Y. A free trial package of
Doan's Kidney Pills will ho mailed you
. . .
JPicoI5or5Gnfsu FosiEif-HrLiMflnf Co. urYafoT'N Y } Proprietors
A STRIKING PORTRAIT.
"Thi Is a portrait of Hir , the deaf-
"A very striking picture. Ho looks
as if he were just going to speak. "
THIS TELLS THE STORY.
Uncle Sam's Breakfast Food Co. ,
Omaha , Neb.
After using "Uncle Sam's
Breakfast Food" for the past three
weeks .1 felt like I must write and tell
you what a mistake you make in not
advertising your excellent food.
It ought to he advertised In every
newspaper in the country.
I can not praise it too highly for the
great benefit I have derived from the
use of It.
Have had stomach and bowel trou
ble for years , but feel now this food
Is going to cure me.
I recommend It to all my friends
who have any stomach trouble , hut
some of them tell mo they are not able
to procure it from their grocers , say
they never heard of it.
Wishing you all the success possible ,
I am yours respectfully ,
VIRGINIA IIELWIG ,
Middlotown , 0.
We certify that the above is a true
copy of the original and was not so
U. S. BF. F. CO.
So you wouldn't let Bombazine Bill
sit on the jury that tried the horse
thief ? "
"No , " answered Three Fingered
Sam. "we do things fair and square
in Crimson Gulch. Bill's a good man ,
but the fact that he runs the only
undertakln * business in the county
couldn't help prejudlcln' him some
agin the defendant. "
Thla Will Interest Mothers.
Mother Graj'u Sweet Powders for Children ,
cure Jfeverluhnesa , Headache , Dad Btomacb ,
Teething Disorder * , Uegulate the UowelB and
DetUror Worm * . They break tip colds in 2 <
hours. Pleasant to take , and harmless as milk.
Tliey nerer fall. At all Druggists , 2Sc. Bumple
mailed FREE. Adilrem , Alien S. Olmated ,
Le Roy , N. Y.
"Congratulations ! I hear ono of
your daughters is engaged. Which one
it Is ? "
"Get out ! It's only Bessie again ! "
How To Tell When The
Backache , sldeacho , pains when ctooplng or lifting , sud
den sharp twlnKes , rheumatic pains , neuralgia , painful ,
ccanty or too frequent urination , dizzy spcllu , Uropay ,
Discolored or cloudy urine. TJrlno that contains sedi
ment. Urine that stains the linen. Painful passages.
Blood or shreds In the urine. L.ot a bnttleful of the
morning urlno stand for 24 hours. If it shows a cloudy
or tleecy settling , or a layer of flno grains , lllto brick-
dust , the kidneys uro disordered.
PUTNAM FADELESS DYES
Color mora aoedi brlohler and faster colon than ny other d e. Ona lOe package colon all fiber * . They dre In cold water bctttr than antthcr tff * Yin M ifce
UVDumenrwiUiout ilpplnoapart. Wflie lor U abooUH-llo loOir , Ble ohand M Color * . MOHROE DRUO OO. , Qulmoy , llllnt > tm.
"That child gets everything It
"And still it never gets what It real
ly needs. "
"You surprise me ! "
"It needs a spanking. "
1)0 NOT ACCKPT A BUIIHTITUTK
when you want 1'trrv l > < nit' IVjInUI/rr / , an nothing
Is as rood for rheumatism , neuralgia and similar
troubles. 70 years In constant use. 2io , B5o and Wo.
One should take care not to grow
too wise for so great a pleasure of life
as laughter. Addison.
Lewis' Single Binder cives a mnn what
he wants , a rich , mellow-tasting cigar.
Take from niy mouth the wish of
happy years. Shakespeare.
ALCOHOL-3 PER CENT
AVcgefablc Preparation for As
ling the S tomachs and Bowels of
ness and Rest.Contains neither
Opium.Morphinc nor Mineral
NOT MARC OTIC
Ctar nd Siijuf
A perfect Remedy forConsllpa
lion , Sour Slomach.Diorrhoea ,
Worms .Convulsions .Fever i sh
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
Tire CENTAUR COMPANY ,
jMJuaranteed under the Footlanfl
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
iO n be handled T rr eaalrr. Th * le
* amtabienornaiCer , howMzr
Y using tiljpllli < tt A..1 WAA * * * 4 * * * * * " * * SW
. JfCi < . or In foed. AcU on tb * blood aad ai
_ llforui of dlit nip r. BMtnnMdr Terknowa foc
I , Oue ruarant dtocuraooeaM. IOaaa " ( tab tU il
11110doienof clroBitliUand barntMd * lr.erseat * *
/ nianufacturenu Cut shows bow to poultlo * 3Tir r.
1 Ilonklet Hires ertrrthlnir. Local * RnU imal
fgarKVi liorao reined/lo ezlsteno twelT * jraara. .
SPOHM MEDICAL CO.CautIsUaDatri I | bls , GOBh > n * tltin U8. A *
other starches only 13 ounces ssmo price and
'DEFIANCE" IS 8UPERIOF1 OUAUITY. '
DATCUT VODRIDKAR. They may bring yon
fA I Cn I wealth. &l-iau | Hook Free. Kst. IKO.
o. . l'at.Altjs..lox U. Wsbln8tonO > .U
Thompson's Eye Water
W. N. U.r LINCOLN , NO. 10-1910.
For Infants and Children.
ind You Have
VMS eiHTaun OOUMHT > mwTomnorrr.
NEVER ANY RETURN
A Complete Cure of Kidney Trouble
Mrs. L. 11. Baber * , 1615 Terry St ,
Houston , Texas , says : "I hold a
very high opinion of Doan'a Kid
ney Pills and with good reason , for
three years ngo they cured ma of
kidney trouble that had chine tome
mo for several yearn. There vr
n. dropsical swelling of my feet and
limbs In addition to other symp
toms of kidney complaint , nnd al
though I Used various remedies , I y
was not helped until I procured yt ( ,
Uoan's Kidney Pills. Two boxes
of this preparation cured mo and I
have never had the nllghtest return
of my trouble. I Imva recom
mended Doan's Kidney Pllla to
many pcopla who have questioned
mo about them , and I know of sev
eral cases In which they have dona
the name good work. "
What 1.1. Hill , the Qrort RaRread Magnate ]
Sayo About Its Wi ! at-Pr4uolnK Power
Tb * DnlUdbUttifliof Oil M < u7
[ DnlUdbUttifli > aaotatr c < Bra *
. Uon or two will b * U * pr -
ot LoMlor 1U
"pl and producing
Biol ttorth . Xh *
dan ot our gromlntno *
aa a k at ipoHlag
coMtry at * ion * . Oaa.
ada li to b * } K * crtat
This treat railroad Bat'
Bt * Is tsklBsj adraatai *
of th * situation br *
tuulr * rail war build-
lag to the wheat field *
at Western Canada.
Upward * of 125 Million
Bushels of Wheat
were harresteJ Its 1100. Ai > * rc *
ot th * tbr * prorlnoes of Urta.
BaskatoliensB aad Manitoba will b *
upwards ot Kli bushUp r sujr * .
Free homestead * of 100 acres ,
nurl adjolnlnc pre-emptions of
lUOacrenti3 ( p ritcr.Brto )
be bad In tb * choicest district * .
School * oonranUat. climate
eirellciit , toll th * vrjr best ,
rnllwaj * cloe nt banil , butld-
liiff lumber cheap , fuel easy to
Kvl nnd reasonable In price ,
water eatlly procured ! Ealxvti
farnilnr n suoccis. Writ * as to
best plac * ( or * ttUmat. sttler *
Ion rnl.lway rates. d.uarJpUTjljas.
tratoJ "Lait DM * W * > t" ( nt frs *
on application ) , and othsr Inform * .
tlon. to fiup't of ItanUntlpa.
Ottawa , Can. , or to th * Oaaadlui
A § l. ' > ' 3e Oorsninient Xa nt.
W. V. DENNETT
Room 4 Eti Bids. Oniht , bk.
( U < * addrata mar * t yea ) . ( I )
Cured by Electropodes
New Electric Treatment. M * rtlaiol s w ni
Inild * ihoet. Btklr becomtt Duneta re * tb *
eonntrtlnir wlrel. Petitlvt cut * Jet UniulUa ,
NeunlgU , lUcktclie , Kld r * ad UTM c r -
pUI&U. Ontr f 1.00 itlt. Ciurutts lli 4 UI
uch tale. II Eltct/tpotirt Itll t * * , lawcr n-
turned. II not st your DnfrUfs * 4 * ( LM.
W * will tee thit yim u * luvpued.
VESTEnN ELECTROPODK CO ,
Lo * Xmffsl * * , CL
A Miracle of Comfort and Convenience
NO STROPPING NO HONING
KNOWN THE WORLD OYIK
btuttJT Uxt bate.
Never rail * to Utdr * Orty
Hair to it * TootaAt ) CVnor.
Cuiu scalp dUwM * IL our < * " 'Ttt
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