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lives a happy wife. She writes : "
have used Mother's Friend befo
two confinements. The last time I hi
twins , and was in labor only a few mi
tp * . Suffered very little. " The reast
does expectant mothers so muc
good is because it is an external linimer
to be applied upon the outside , whe
much cf the strain comes. It helps b
puse tne pores of the skin readily abso
it , and it comes into direct contact wi
and is absorbed by the parts involve
Morning sickness is quickly banishe
afid nervousness is kept completely awa
The sense of dread and foreboding is n
experienced , even during labor jtscl
Confinement is short and almost witho
p-in. Recovery is quick and sure. Be
0 ? all , Mother's Friend benefits tl
cnborn just as much as the expecta
mother , and when the little one comes
will be strong , lusty and healthy.
Druggists sell Mother's Friend for $1 a bottli
Send for our free book on the subject ,
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR C (
ATLANTA , QA.
The following letters were advertise
'by the McCook postoffice on April 23
C. A. Dawn , Edward A. Ford ,
G. F. Hart. Mrs. Ella Rogers ,
Abe Shahdy , Geo. H. Vincent ,
W. A. Weshou.
In calling for any of these letters , plea
jay that they are advertised.
F. M. KlMMELL , Postmaster.
J was leading an advertisement
Chauiberla-n's Colic. Cholera and Di
rrhoen Remedy in the Woicester Elite
grise recently , which leads me to wri
this. I can truthfully say I never usi
any remedy equal to it for colic and di
rrhoea. I have never had to use mo
than one or two doses to cure the wor
case with myself or children. W. j
Stroud , Popomoke City , Md. For sa
by LW. . McCouuell , druggist.
Don't Lose Any Time About It.
If.yon expect to go west , this sprin
ask the nearest Burlington Route agei
about the specially reduced rates now :
effect to Montana , Utah , Californi
Washington and Oregon points. As
about them right away today. Tin
may be withdrawn at any moment
Through tourist sleeping car service '
San Francisco and Los Angeles evei
Thursday to Ihitte , Spokane and Seatt
every Tuesday and Thursday. J. Frai
cis , Geneial Passenger Agent. Oinah
Many people suffer untold tortun
from piles , because of the popular in
pression that they can not be curei
Tabler's Buckeye Pile Ointment wi
cure them It has met with absolui
success. Price , socts. in bottles , tubi
75c at McConnell's.
Tablets Below Cost.
We , have come into possession of a
assortment of tablets , of different price
which we will sell at cost to dispose i
them in a hurry. If you want a goo
ten cent tablet for five cents , call in an
see our line. We have them at from
for 5 cents up , and they are good qualit
and value. And some superb Crane
superfine paper and envelopes at a pric
unheard of in this city.
Cuts , wounds , burns , sprains an
bruises quickly heal if you apply Ba
* lard's Snow Liniment. Price 25 cts. an
50 cts. at McConnell's.
Box Elder Circuit.
Sunday-school at Box Elder churc
every Sunday at 10 a.m. Church service
at n a. m. every two weeks dating fret
Sunday. Dec. 4. Sunday-school at Re <
Willow school house every Sunday at
p. in. Church service at 3 p. in. ever ;
two weeks dating from Sunday , Dec. 4
Sunday-school at Garden Prairie ap
pointment every Sunday at 10 a. 111
Preaching at n a. in. every two week
dating from Dec. II. Preaching servic
at Spring Creek at 3 p. m. every twi
weeks dating from Dec n.
D. L. MATSON , Pastor.
For coughs and colds there is no med
icine so effective as Ballard's Horehouni
Syrup. It is the ideal remedy. Price
25 cents and 50 cents at McConnell's.
Corrected Friday morning.
Corn . $ .2 ;
Wheat . . s <
Oats . 2 <
Rye . 4 <
Barley . 3 <
Hogs . - . . 3.2 ;
Eggs . o !
Butter . i :
Potatoes . Sc
SCATE BOOKS For sale at THE TRIE
ONE office. Best in the market.
S-W P means Sherwin-Williams Painl
best to cover best to wear. Sold bj
, L. W. MCCONNEU , & Co.
Mothers ! Beware of those secret rob'
hers of your baby's quiet and health.
, * . /Those sleepless nights and long hour :
of tiresome vigil are caused by those
terrible enemies of childhood worms.
Destroy and remove them-with White's
Cream Vermifuge. Price 25 cents at
L. W. McConnell & Co.'s.
MEMBER OF CONGRESS
From North Carolina Uses Pe-ru-na
as a Family Medicine.
Hon. Georger 11. White , member
congress from North Carolina , writes , tl
following lettltr to Dr. Harlniau in i
gard to Pe-ru-na : House of Represent
tives , Washington. Pe ru-na Drug MM
Co. , Columbus , O. : Gentlemen I a
more than satisfied with Pe-ru na. ai
find it to be an excellent remedy for t
grip ami catarth. I have used it in n
family and they all join me in iccoi
mending it as an excellent remedy.
Very Respectfully ,
, GEO. H WHITE.
Thousands of families , representii
all classes and conditions of people fii
Pe-ru-na an indispeusible household
Mr. John Harding , 633 Main St. , Ci
cinnati , Ohio , who has used Pe-ru-na
a family medicine , writes as follow
' . 'My wife and myself took your Pe-ru- ]
for chionicdiarrhoen , and it cured us.
have been working eight weeks since tl
Pe-ru-na cured me. No doctor or met
cine we had tried before helped us. A
children are taking the medicine no
We will use Pe-ru-na whenever we a
Everv faixily should have a free CO ]
of "The Ills o"fLife"a short work <
fiimily medicine. Address Dr. Hai
man , Columbus , Ohio.
Five Cents a Copy !
That's the remarkably low price
which we are closing out the reninind
of our Navy Portfolios , those supe
pictures of our splendid and victorio
navy. You can buy the entire series
twelve numbers for 50 cents. This
less than half price , and they are only
few sets left.
His Life Was Saved.
Mr. J E. Lilly a prominent citizen
Hannibal , Mo , lately had a wonderf
deliverance from a frightful death. J
telling of it he says : I was taken wii
typhoid fever , that ran into pneumoni
My lungs became hardened I was :
weaklqouldn't even sit up in bed. Not
ing helped me I expected to die of co
sumption when I heard of Dr King
New Discovery. One bottle gave grei
relief. I continued to use it , and no
am strong and well. I can't say U
much in its praise. This marvelloi
medicine is the surest and quickest cu
in the world for all throat and lung trou
le. Regular size SOG and $ i. Trial be
ties free at McConnell's drug store ; eve
Pay Your Dog Tax.
Notice is hereb } ' given all owners
dogs to call on the city clerk and pi
flog tax. It is hoped that all who ha1
valuable or prized dos , ; will be prom
to comply with the city ordinance , whit
will be enforced vigorously.
x JORDAN , Marshal
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Brome Quinine Tablet
All druggists refund money if it fails
cure. 25c The genuine has L. B. Q. c
THE TRIBUNE and Demorest's Fauii
Magazine for $1.75 a year , strictly i
Through Tourist Sleepers to Northwest
The Burlington Route has establish !
i twice-a-week tourist car line from Kai
; as City to Butte , Spokane , Tacoma an
Cars leave Kansas City , Lincoln an
Sraud Island every Tuesday and Thur
lay , arriving at Seattle following Fnda
ind Sunday. They are upholstered i
rattan. The bed linen and furnishing
ire clean and of good quality Tl :
lieating , ventilating and toilet arrangi
inents are all that can be desired an
: ach car is in charge of a uniforme
Pullman porter , whose sole duty is to a
; end to the wants of passengers.
Cars run through without change <
uiy kind and the berth rate from L"
: oln to Tacoma is only $5 oo. To inte
nediate points it is proportionately lov
Montana and the Puuet Sound countr
ire now enjoying a period of unexample
prosperity. As a consequence , travel t
he northwest is rapidly attaining larg
jroportions. This new tourist car lin
las been established with a view of cai
ng for the Burlington's share of it in th
> est possible manner.
Berths , tickets and full informatio
: an be had application to any Bui
ington Route ticket agent or by addres ;
ng J. Francis , G.P.A. , Omaha. June z (
THE TRIBUNE will club with any pt
jeryou may want. Try it.
Writing paper in bulk and box , wit
nvelopes to match , at very reasonabl
igures THE TRIBUNE
Frazer Ax ! @ grease
Not affected by Heat or Cold.
Highest Awards ai Centennial ,
Paris and World's Fair.
lantychlred FRAZER LUBRICATOR Go , ,
Factories : Chciago , St. Louis , New York.
No Right to Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely in face , foru
nd temper will always have friends , but
tie wbo would be attractive must keej
er health. If she is weak , sickly ant
1 run down , sbe will be nervous nnc
ritable. If she has constipation or kid
zy trouble , her impure blood will cause
imples , blotches , skin eruptions and
retched complexion. Electric Bitters
the best medicine in the world to regu >
te stomach , liver , and kidneys and tc
irify the blood. It gives strong nerves
ight eyes , smooth velvety skin , rid
implexion. It will make a good-look ;
g charming woman of a run-down itr
ilid. Only 500 at McConnell's drug
A. C. Teol transacted husiupi
in this locality , this week.
Listing corn is the iinportai
thing now about Box Elder.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hodgki
o Bartley visited Mr. and Mrs. ,
H. Stephens , last Sunday.
Miss Mollie Stephens hns bee
visiting her sister , Mrs. Han
Hodgkin , at Bartley , the past tw
Mr. and Mrs. Wildrnan an
Mrs. Isica Atkinson were tl
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Port *
Maddux , last Sunday.
The writer noticed , last wee
an addition to one of the honsi
on Main street , and wonders
there will not be a wedding in tl
near future ?
MIPS Lizzie Johnson , teacher i
the Spaulding district , is prepa
ing to give an entertainment c
Friday evening , the 28th , the la ;
dav of school.
ti Next Monday , May 1st , most <
the neighbors aio summoned I
Stockville as witnesses in tl
Barnes and Atkinson case. It
sincerely to be hoped that justi <
will be done. Too frequent n
sort is made to the court room li
neighbors to settle trifling dii
Theru was preaching at Be
Elder , l st Sunday , as usual ; an
where were the good people ? L <
us hope they will honor the paste
with their presence mote regular
Nothing encourages a pastor lili
ii good congregation , andnothin
is more discouraging than a sina
and irregular attendance.
J. W. Hupp was over from M <
Cook , Tuesday , having business (
Misses Morgan , Fair , and Mu.
phy , of Danbnry were in tow
Saturday between trains.
The annual session of Red Willo
county teachers' institute \\ill be held i
Indianola , Nebraska , beginning June I
and continuing one week only.
I earnestly request all wbo expect 1
Leach in Ibis county the coming year I
attend the institute.
Those desiring to secure students' ce
lificates for admission to the high schoi
ivill call at my office in McCook , Satti
3ay , April 29 , or at the school-house i
[ ndiauola , Saturday , May 6.
LILLIAN M. WELUORN.
COURT HOUSE NEWS.
The records show the following filing
since last report :
Henry J Moesch vs Gabiicl . Jacol
1011 et al. ; equity.
Thomas Harrison vs William I :
Sifert ; transcript of judgment froi
ustice Everist's court of Danbury pn
Charles Nash vs Harmon . Hate
: t al ; equity.
THE TRIBUNE and The Toledo Blad
or $1.25 a year , strictly in advance.
[ OFFICIAL uv AUTHORITY. ]
MdCook , Neb. , April 24,1899.
Board of county commissioners met pursi
.nt to adjournment. Present , James A. Robir
on , Henry Crabtree and Stephen Bollescorc
nissioners , W. R. Starr , county attorney an
i. A. Green , county clerk. Minutes of previ
nis meeting read and approved.
Annual settlement 01 John Penny , oversee
oad district No. 10 , examined and on motipi
pproved and clerk directed to draw certif
ate on road district in payment thereof , a
ohn Penny , overseer district No. 10 , cer
tificate No. 145 15 o
Contract of Dr. A. P . Welles as county phy
ician for the eight western ( precincts of th
ounty was examined and on motion approvei
nd ordered placed on file.
Contract of J. C. Oakley with Red Willov
ounty for maintaining poor house having ex
ired , a new contract was entered into he
veen said parties and same ordered file <
ith the county clerk.
The toljowing claim was examined and 01
lotion rejected :
. L. Kay , medical attendance paupers.S 7 51
The following claims were audited and al
wed and on motion clerk was instructed t <
raw warrants on the county general fund
: vy of 1898 , in payment thereof , as follows
> r. A. P. Welles , medical attendance
per contract $60 oc
. W. Clark , stove for pauper 10 oc
i * . C. Bullard & Co. , coal for paupers. 16 oc
And on county bridge fund , levy of 1898 , as
> llo\vs :
eorge Yo'unger , bridge woik 3 3 oc
I itch Young , same i y.
, 'illiam Boyer , same 30 :
, C. Boyer , same 2 oc
. M. Goben , same i y.
ullard & Co. , lumber 12 71
And on county road fund , levy of 1898 , as
Ibert Kurtz , road work S2 50
G. Eivin , same 2 50
W. Deveney , same 5 oc
L II. llartman , road tax refunded 15
On motion board adjourned to meet April
| th , 1899.
Attest : R. A. GREF.N , County Clerk.
McCook , Neb. , April 25,1899.
Board of county commissioners met pursu
it to adjournment. Present , Jas. A. Robin-
n , Henry Crabtree and Stephen Belles , com-
issioners , W. R. Starr , county attorney , and
. A. Green , county clerk. Minutes of previ-
is meeting read and approved.
The following claims were audited and al-
wed and on motion clerk was instructed to
aw warrants on the county general fund ,
vy of 1898 , in payment thereof , as follows :
: ephen Belles , services as commis
sioner $26 90
enry Crabtree , same 25 50
.mes A. Robinson , same 29 40
On motion board adjourned to meet May
Attest : R. A. GREEN , County Clerk.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
MANY SIGN THE PLEDGE.
Desiring to prevent needless destri
lion of useful birds , we the undersign
pupils of the McConk schools , pled
ourselves not to injure the birds , nud
for as we can , to get our schoolmal
and friends to help protect them ai
Twelfth Grade Walter Clark.
Eleventh Grade Anna Hannan , Eva BI
Kess , Francis Golfer , Anna L. Clark , Van
Plumb , Guy Tomlinson.
Tenth Grade Audrey Jones , Milly Bale
Louis C. Johnson , Galletta Miller , Ma
Hammel , Dora L , Archibald , Nellie
Smith , Jessie bishop , Henry E. Woottc
Walter Leach , Archie Tyler , Naomi C. Wo
ton , Winona Jones , James Wentz , Jose
Ninth Grade lena Steinmetz , Bessie Jon
Ethel Pope , Ona Hendrick , Maude Colem :
Philomena Schmitz , Anna Kilpatrick , Grai
Smith , Clara L. Thorgrimson , Sarah C. Ha
man , Lina Mick , Belle Udell , Mary Ca
Maude Best , Susie LeIIew , Blanche E. ft
Carl , Marion W. Bishop , Frank Hannan.
Eighth Grade Charles Kelley , EHswoi
Coleman , Kate Garrard , Pearl Brown , Luc
Lawson , Cliff Brown , Chester Rodgers. Besi
IJorneman , Talbot Vivian , Charles Rowi
IlattieCott , Mary O'Neil , Winnie Phillip
Edna Yarger , Lillian Fitzgerald , Edna Ai
tin , George M. Carl , Newman E. Aust
Vergie Ludwick , Arthur Colfer , Clyde Ful
sndorf , William Rowel ! , Nellie Ryan.
Judge J S. LeHew spoke to the A
sembly , last Friday , on "Birds at
Trees. " The judge never fails to mal
* strong plea for the birds.
The following named were visitor
last Friday : Alice Wbittaker , Elsie Bu
jess , Laura McMillen , Bert Beiijami
Kenneth Welles , Ed. Badcon , Fs
THE McCooK TRIBUNE , the Ornal
Weekly Bee and the Cosmopolitan Ma
izSne , a'l three for $2. You can't beat i
Are grand , but skin eruptions rob li
jf joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cur
them ; also old , running and fever sore
jlcers , boils , felons , corns , warts cut
bruises , burns scalds , chapped hand
chilblains Best pile cure on eart
Drives out pain and aches Only 250
box. Cure guaranteed Sold liy ftl
Counell , druggist.
Fell Out of the Wagon.
A young child of James Heafey , wl
lives fourteen miles southwest ofTre
Lou , fell out of the wagon as the fauii
was returning from a visit to Heriulo
Kansas , close of last week , and its youi
life was crushed out by the wheels. Tl
remains were brought here. Saturda
for interment , which vas made in Cs
Bismarck's Iron Nerve
Was the result of his splendid healt'
[ ndomitable will and tremendous enerj
ire not found where stomach , liver , kr
leys and bowels are out of order. If yc
vaiit these qualities and the success tht
jring useDr King's New Life Pills. Tht
levelop every power of brain and bed ;
July 250 ; McConnell's drug store.
For Children's Day.
After the regular preaching services i
Sardeu Prairie and Box Elder appoiu
iieuts a committee will be appointed 1
irrnuge for Children's day exercise
, Ve trust that all our friends iutereste
n the children and the work of tl :
iburch will be present , next Sunday.
D. L. MATSOX , Pastor.
Those horrid fits of depression , uielai
ohlv , lo\v spirits , and sudden irritabil
y , that sometimes afflict even goot
emperecl people , is due to the blood b <
ng permeated with black bile Herbin
k-ill purify the blood , restore health an
heerfullness. Price 500 at McConnell' !
THE TRIBUNE and The New-Yor
'ribune for $1.25 a year , strictly in ac
J. H. DWYER , Proprietor.
attention pnicl t (
nnling furniture. Leave orders
t either lumber yard.
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Worms .Convulsions .Feverish-
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Tac Simile Signature of
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Arc recognized the world over as represesiUng ; the highest t\ ?
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' There is not the slightest doubt that the
of the Doctors'
eware doctors do more harm than good in treating
Contagious Blood Poison ; many victims of
this loathsome disease would be much better
Patchwork ; You Can oil to-day if they had never allowed them
selves to be dosed on mercury and potash , the
only remedies which the doctors ever give for
Gore Yourself at Home
, blood poison.
The doctors are wholly unable to get rid of
this vile poison , nnd only attempt to heal tip the outward appearance of the
disease tb sore and r-uptions. This they do by driving the poison into the
system , and endeavor to keep it shut in with their constant doses of potash
and mercury. The mouth and throat and other delicate part * then break out
into sores , and the light is continued indefinitely , the drugt. doing the system
more damage than the disease itself.
Mr. II. L Myers , 100 Mulberry St. , Newark , Nr. J. ? says : "I had spent a
hundred dollars with the doctors , when I realized that
they could do me no good. I had large spots all over my
brdy , and these soon broke out into running sores , and 1
endured alj the suffering which this vile disease pro
duces. I decided to try S. S. S. as a last resort , and was
soon greatly improved. I followed closely your 'Direc
tions for Self-Treatment , ' and the large splotches on my
chest began to grow paler and smaller , and before long
disappeared entirely. I was soon cured perfectly and my
skin has been as clear as glass ever since. I cured my
self at home , after the doctors had failed completely. "
It is valuable time thrown away to expect the doctors
to cure Contagious Blood Poison , for the disease ia be
yond their skill. Swifts Specific
S. S , S- FOR THE BLOOD
acts in an entirely different way from potash nnd mercury it forces tK
poison out of the system nnd gets rid of it entirely. Hence it cures t-
disease , while other remedies only shut the poison in where it lurks fqreve
constantly undermining the constitution. Our system of private homo trea.
ment places a cure within the reach of nil. We give all necessary medical ar
vice , free of charge , and save the patient the embarrassment of nubn ;
Write for full information to Swift Specific Co. , Atlanta , Ga.
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