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MKN OK HOYS
Miffning frmii ni xmis < lebihly.irn < > ccli- ,
M'linnnlMiktt : - > . losi in niliooil , ni ht
emissions anil itana in , < | IM hatgrx < ansfil
by etrorsof yoiingci il.ivulnch. . if nut r < -
lievi-d by mrdiril trr.itmclit , is deplorable
on mind ami l > < ly ,
DO NOT MARRY
xvlien suffering , as tins leads to loss of
memory , joss of .spn its , hnihftilness in so
cifty. pains in small of back , Int'Iitfiil
( beams , daik rings around the eyes , pim
ples or breaking out on face or body.
Send for our symptom blank.Ve can
cure you and especially do we desire old
and tried cases , as we chaige nothing for
advice and give yon a written guataiitce
to cine the worst case on recoid. Not
only aie the weak organs restored , but
all losses , drain' ; anrl dischaiges stopped
Send 2c stnmu for ipicstion blank.
BLimi ) POISON
First , second < > r d-itiaty stage. \VK
NEVER FAIL. No detention from Inis-
iness. Write us for particulars. Di-pt. I.
HANN'S PHARMACY , OMAHA , NEB.
L A DIKS ma . < 1 llli''y- : ' 'Monlh-
| lc.s MMc to lllc ( ] ay
Never fails , dues scanty , exce-sivc or
painful mensliatinii. M box. 2 boxes
cure any case li-pl. I.
HAND'S 1'liarma.cji ,
18th and Farnsm , .vr.-h Omaha , Neb.
. . . . of Chicago.
ZST'Location given in next issue.
C. H. BOYLE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
McCook , Nebraska.
Room 3 , Meeker-Phillips Bldgf , Upstairs
No Ritfht to Ugliness.
The woman who is lovely in face , form
anrl temper will always have filends , but
one who \\ould be aliraclivt- muM i > ei'j :
her health. If she is uiak , sickly ami
all roti down she nil ! Innetvons and
irritable If she has cniisttpaiion 01
kidney trouble , ht-r inipiue Mood will
cause pimples , blotches , skin eruptions
and a wretched complexion Kk-etric
Hitters i- > the best medicine in the world
to regulate stomach , liver and kidneys
and to purify the blood. Il gives strong
neivs , bright eyes , smooth , velvety
skin , rich complexion. It will make a
good-looking , charming woman of a run
down invalid. Only 25C at .VcConnell's
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take Lax.itive Hromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists lefund money if it fails to
cure. 25c. The genuine has L B. Q. on
Tin' TRIHUNK will club with anv pa
per you mawant. . Trv it
His Life Was Savud.
Mr. J. E Lilly , a prominent citizen of
Hannibal , Mo lately had a wonderful
deliverance from a ( rightful tienlh. In
telling of it lie says : ' 'I was taken with
typhoid fev.r , that ran into pneumonia.
My lungs became hardened I was so
weak I couldn't even sit up in bed.
Nothing helped me. I expected to soon
< lie of consumption , when 1 heaid of Dr.
King's New Discovery. One bottle gave
great 'elief I continued to use it , and
now am well and strong. I can't tay too
much in Us praise. " This marvellous
medicine is the surest and quickest cure
in the world for all throat and lung
trouble Regular sizes 50 cents and $ r.
Tiial bottles free at McCounell's drug
store ; every bottle guaranteed.
If the predisposition to worms in chil
dren is not cured they may become
emaciated , weakly and in danger of con
vulsions. White's Cream Vermiluge is
the most successful and popular remedy.
Price 25 cts. I , . W. McConnell & Co.
Jlcstin Quantity. Best In Quality.
X > 3 = t XT Gr Gr X S I1 S .
by = JAMES . F. BALLARD , St. Louis. *
> kyvyv > wx > rfj > j'rx % x vw- > / > /-w-
At L.v. . MCDONNELL & oo.'s.
We sold about a dozen of 'em to Red Willow
county farmers , last year , and they were thoroughly
pleased and satisfied. The Harvester King enables
the up = to = date farmer to cut and bind early , and to
head later on in the season , both with the same ma =
chine ; thus avoiding the greatest risk from hail and
handling the greatest possible amount of grain.
WE ARE ALSO AGENTS FOR
The Old Reliable Buckeye Binder.
The J. I. Case Threshing Machines.
The Columbia = = a small , 8 = horse Thresher.
The Renowned Piano Steel Jones Lever Binder.
The Celebrated Ideal Deering = = the wonder of all.
Colonial Peoples :
Birds , Animals. . . ;
Products , Homes S : )
Pain's Fireworks § ; j
Art Exhibit , Mechanical - § :
g OPENS AT OMAHA , NEBRASKA , JULY 1st , chanical Exhibits - = ;
1 CLOSES OCTOBER 3st ! , 1899. its , The Midway , *
5 mrm * sfw EXCEPT wn , Edipse Ust Ycar y - - B-nd ; > |
Cheap Tickets to Detroit , Mich ,
iL L Take ad vantage of tilt- low rate one
fare plus $2 for the icuiiiil tiip to Detroit
which I he liiirhn lon Route bar. made
for the ' 99 mt.'eliiij4 of the Christian En-
deavorers , and o east at nbout half
usual cost July 3 , 4 ami 5 are the dates
of sale. Herths , tickets and information
about return limits , side trips from De
troit , etc , can be had at any Burlington
Route ticket office. J Francis , General
Passenger A ent , Omaha , Neb.
Cullins Hros. " New Enormous shows
will exhibit in McCook , Tuesday , June
2Oth , afternoon and nij ht. The largest
and best wagon show traveling ou the
road to-day. A strictly first-class per
formance ; not one old. worn-out feature ;
every thing new. A grand free out side
exhibition ou the show grounds , show
day. See the man that eats a meal from
a hiiih swinging wire while sitting in a
chair Don't fail to see him. Grand
free street parade at noon , show dav.
Two bij ; bands of music giving daily
concerts of the most popular and classic
music. Remember the dale , McCook ,
Tuesday , June 2Oth. Admission , 25c ;
children isc. The only big show com
ing this season.
Had management keeps more people
in poor circumstances than any other
ciuibe. To be successful one must look
ahead so that when a favorable oppor
tunity presents itself he is ready to take
advantage of it. A little forethought
will also save much expense and valu
able time. A prudent and careful man
will keepa bottleof Chamberlain's Colic ,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the
house , the shiftless fellow will wait un
til necessity compels it and then ruin
his best horse going for a doctor and
have a big doctor bill to pav , besides ;
one pavs out 25 cents , the other is out a
hundred dollars and then wonders why
his neighbor is getting richer while he
is getting poorer. For sale by L. W.
McConnell , druggist
Correspondents should endeavor to
have their items reach McCook by
Wednesday night , if possible. Items
that reach us on Wednesday night or
Thursday morning are fresh If sent
earlier the news is not complete and if
sent later , they may not appear for lack
of space. Please bear in mind , the
Why can't 15ox Elder have an okltime pic
nic on the Fourth ?
S.V. . Pinkeiton left for Lincoln , Monday , '
to resume his- law studies. ,
James Hess is selling a steam cooker that is [
catching the eyes of the ladies.
R. E. Moore left , Thursday , for an extended
tiip through the west and Canada.
Nellie and 15ert Stephens were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Roy King , last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stephens and Ethel vis i
ited Mrs. llany Hodgkin in Hartley , last
Mrs. Kate Piper and baby start , this week ,
for Salt Lake City , to spend the summer and
! ' . S. Schoonovcrvas caught in the hail
storm of last Thursday , coming from town ,
and before he could get iiis team under con
trol , they broke the tongue of his wagon.
Memorial services were held in the evening
at Box Elder. Rev. Matson preached an able
sermon to the old soldieis. The church was
appropiiately decorated with flags and flow
We were visited by a young cyclone , Satur- j
day evening , and several took refuge in their i
cellars The damage , however , was slight , i
The wind mills of Mnlilon Campbell , Fred i
Schoonover and Louis Branscom were blown i
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- i sSfe a ijS&yr \ Q
' - -2&Zte % 37V73 , ?
The Man Who Toils
is the man who ought
to have the best things to eat , because
his system requires it. Workingmen
and everybody else who want the best
to eat come to our shop. We run the
best butcher shop in the city. Our place
is clean. The meats we sell are tender
and fresh and the prices low enough to
suit anybody. If you knew how particu
lar we are to give satisfaction , you'd
never buy elsewhere. j' '
EVERIST , MARSH & CO. '
Through Tourist Sleepers to Northwest.
The Burlington Route has established
a twice-a-week tourist car line from Kan
sas City to Butte , Spokane , Tacoma and
Cars leave Kansas City , Lincoln and
Grand Island every Tuesday and Thurs
day , arriving al Seattle following Friday
and Sunday. They arc upholstered in j (
rattan. The bed linen and furnishings !
are clean and of good quality. The i
heating , ventilating and toilet arrange
ments are all that can be desired and i
each car is in charge of a uniformed '
Pullman porter , whose sole duty is to at
tend to the wants of passengers.
Cars run through without change of
any kind and the berth rate from Lin
coln to Tacoma is only $5 oo. To inter
mediate points it is proportionately low.
Montana and the Puget Sound country
are now enjoying a period of unexampled *
prosperity. As a consequence , travel to
the northwest is rapidly attaining large
proportions. This new tourist car line
lias been established with a view of car
ing for the Burlington's share of it in the
best possible manner.
Berths , tickets and full information
can be had on application to any Bur
lington Route ticket agent or by address
ing J. Francis , G.P.A..Omaha. June 26.
Hardly a day passes , in families where
there are children , in which Ballard's
Snow Liniment is not needed. It quick
ly cures cuts , wounds bruises , burns and
and scalds. Price 25 and 50 cts. L. W.
McConnell & Co.
This pnper and the great St. Louis
Semi-Weekly Republic for 1.75 a year. '
In the country it is hard to get help for the house
hold work. Wives , mothers and daughters who do their
own work should have the very best of everything to
do it with. Ivory Soap is the best ; it cleans quickest
and is easiest on the hands. It floats.
A WORD OF WARNING. There are many white soaps , each represented to be "just as Rood
as the 'Ivory' ; " they ARE NOT. but like all counterfeits , lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of
the genuine. Ask for "Ivory" Soap and insist upon getting it.
COPYRIGHT 1890 BY THE PROCTER & GAMBLE CO. CINCINNATI
When Nature is overtaxed , she hasher
AN UNFAILING SIGN THAT
her own way of giving notice that assist
ance is needed. She dors not ask for
NATURE IS APPEALING help nntii it is impossible to get along without
it. Boils and pimples are an imiiatiui that
the system is accumulating impurities which
gotten rid of : they are an urgf-nt appeal for assistance
a warning that can not siMv he ignored.
To ne.'lect to purify the blood at this
time means more than the annoyance of painful boils and
unsightly pimples. If these impurities are allowed to
remain , the system succumbs to any ordinary illness , and is
unable to withstand the many ailments which are so
prevalent during spring and summer.
Mrs. L. Gentile , -004 Second Avenue , Seattle. Wash .
says : "I was alHicted for a long time with pimples , which
were very annoying , as they disfigured my face fearfully.
After using many other remedies in vain , S S. S. promptly
and thoroughly "cleansed my blood , and now I rejoice in
a good complexion , which I never had before "
Capt. W H Dunlap. of the A. G S.
R. R. Chattanooga. Tenn . writes :
" Several boils and carbuncles broke out upon me. causing
great pain -aid annoyance. 5Iy blood seemed to be in
a riotous condition , and nothing I took seemed to do
good. Six bottles of S S S. cured me completely
m > ' blood nas been perfectly pure ever since. "
L'Xi. : Jfg BLQ <
the best blood remedy , borrmse it is purely vegetable
anil is the only o that is absolutely five fivui pofctsh and mercury. It
prompt ! } ' purifies the blood and thorouuhly clf : snses the system , builds up
the general health and strength. It cur < 5 Scrofula. Efzpiiin. Cancer , Ilheuma-
tisiu. Tetter Boils , -nrcs. etc . by going < iii ct to the rav.M.of the trouble and
forcing out all imji'iiv blood
Books free to 11117 address by the Swift Specific Co. , Atlanta , Ga.
cut tins ad out and send to us and if you
* live East of the Rocky Mountains will
send this HIGH-GRADE TOP BUGGY to
you by freight C. O. D. subject to examination , } ou can examine it atjuur lieurlit ( ? > i > t anilir \7i"jiinl"it
hQl'lt. TO ANY * 100. ( > O 101' 11LUUV jou eier saw. perfectly * ati taetoryaiKl the UlUMil-ST Klltl. UN \ Of II OK
SI6.5O BUILT IN OUR OWN FACTORY IN CHICAGO ,
TO on honor 1mm the be t material monev can buy.lule in
our Free Buggry Catalogue we show , TopBuppies made bv
S90.00 other makers ut S2I.50 , S28.75 and S34.75 the exact
tamp Ou'j- > that are - - , > m by machinery dealerut jl. .00 to
BUGGIES 87J.OO and are bein-r wtdelv advertised by many at KJj.OO to MO.OO.
AND OUR ACME QUEEN AT S55.0O is the most
wonderful value ever ottered , TI1K I.ontST ruiCK MM :
SURREYS. giortu O.N TIH : IH-ST ui < .cv nur tine IIIII.T.ve maintain
our o\vu live story bu eylactory r r the s--le
purpose of Imildinfrnnil s-ellin a HKTTKK IlUC.OY
'IHIN WE ll III h ! . > h llHii : an.l ( o &HE OIK
CIS roil LIU Ml.MT.UTI HHtVS I'liOHT.
Every BugGY We Make Is Guaranteed
Five Years and They Will out wear Five
Ordinary Factory Rigs ,
THE MATERIAL AMD LABOR IH O'JR ACME QUEEN
< -ost more than double that in the ordinary factory
lmjruWe < $ i.S ( > eui-hmn
lmjru- % u e a - cloth , name ue
'JUccnt ; weu-ea8I.3Olieatllinini ; . someuselOccnt ;
we u o J3 cent leather , some UM > 9 cent ; weuse3.5O
colorsandvarnUhes. some nse7.T cent and SI CO "WE
PAY ALMOST DOUBLE the price most makers
for Wheels , AxlM. . Dashes
pay Springs. and SocLrts ,
nr mic niicrtru , nllr > nu/M unntrc >
ACME ( OUR OWN MAKE. )
QUEEN. hteansc WE WtST THE BKST. Our wheels , pear and
b'idie < iareUalcrIIulibcd and tlicMaterial and LahorlnPalntlni ; OUR ACME QUEEN , would palm Ihrei-fhoap liufKlrs.
S55.OO BARELY COVERS COST of material and labor , leaving u < tliosinalle-t profit imaginable ,
but we aie building TObugRies a day and to advertise our bussy factory we are uillinir toSLLLTIIEXUX
f I.no riUHlTbU'H. "We know * 7O.OO daily profit ou TObuefries will sati ly us , advertise us everj where
and bnilil up the LARGEST BUGGY BUSINESS IN THE WORLD.
THE ACME QUEEN we build in narrow or wide track , clntli r leather trimmed , end spring , buffed
leather quarter top , > olid panel hack , springs in back. Iralhrr nnrrril Huns and > uls. lluhbrr hrn ( , Teliet I'arpft ,
bodj"lx5t inches. No. 1 .San en's patent scroieil limhei - ' - . palmed In It ; coats , body black , Rear dark green with
verielion'e modest striping , rmnplete with shaft1cide ami liai k curtains , boot > t' > rm apron and anti-rattlers *
aml'hiftPole. . \erl.roLe and \\hinii trees In | iare of shafts , * 1 .T5 extra. lltliHYHilllS : 401) I'Ot.Mlb and the freight a
mil merasp fur 'JOO miles , fJ.dO ; : : ( ) ( ) miles , fj.75 : 400 miles , ft.'i : : 1OO miles. U.GO ; I.OOO miles. fC.OO. >
E-C 7 l ffr 5T . . f"l i E . /i 55 with y 'ir order , UK ( \K1\TEK the ltniiy to Itearh You Safely and
\jEC M 'OaM. .fJXtiiA
\ - - jf satisfactory , pav the railroad auent balance. ril.OO and }
, ottitruiSe par n-ithiii and the apent willreturu buiwy at our expense and we will return yuiirtl.OO.
DON'T BUY A CHEAP FACTORY BUGGY now soldulmo-t exclusively by all Machinery Dealers
1 < atalt.irne HOII-M. BUY THE BEST BUGGY MONEY CAN BUILD , direct from the Maker
' . ' .u LOWEST PRICE EVER KNOWN. OKDERTODAY. DON'T DELAY.
V/RITE FOR OUR FREE BUGGY , CARRIAGE AND HARNESS CATALOGUE.
11 .HSS S EA R S , R O E B U C K & C O. ( In c , ) , CHICAGO , ILL ,
Corrected Friday inoruiug.
Corn S .30
I was seriously afflicted with a cough
for several 3'ears , and last fall had a
more severe cough than ever before. 11
have used many remedies without receiving - .
ceiving much relief , ami being recom
mended to try a bottle of Chamberlain's i
Cough Renifdy. by a friend , who , knowing - |
ing me to be a poor widow , gave it to
me , I tried it , and with the most grati .
fying results. The first bottle relieved !
me very much and the second bottle has
absolutely cured me. 1 have not had as I
uood health for twenty years. Respect
fully , Mrs. Mary A. Heard. Claremore , |
: Vrk. Sold by L.V. . McConnell , druggist.
Paint is to a house what clothing is to
the bodIt is just as important. Me-
Milieu guarantees every gallon of paint
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Ollice at McCook , Nel > . , May -V. IS'K )
Notice is hereby tjiveu that the folloumg-
naiued settler has filed notice of ln intention
to make final proof in support of his claim ,
and that said proof will be made before regis
ter or receiver at McCook. Neb. , on Saturday ,
July 15. iSot ) , viNo. . 10550. James \Voo.l-
worth , for the southwest qiutter , .section 14.
township 3 north , range 29 west , 6th principal
meridian. lie names the following uitnesses
to prove his continuous residence upon and
cultivation of. said land , vi/ : Sterling P.
Hart. John R. Penny , Benjamin Baker ,
Thomas J. Ruggles , all of McCook , Neb.
6-2-6t I1' . M. I\AI HltfN. Register.
NOTICE TO CKEIU'lOKS.
In county court , within and for Red \YilIow
county , Nebraska , May 22d , IM ! > J , in the matter
of the estate of Michael Smith , deceased.
To the creditors of said estate * You are
hereby notified. That I will sit at the counU
court room in McCook , in said countv , on the
.yd day of November , iSofj , at 10 o'cl < ck a. m
to receive and examine all claims against s.ai.1
estate , with a view to their adjustment and al
lowance. The time limited for the presents
tion of claims against said estate is simonth - ,
from the 22d day of May , A. D. i.Son. and the
lime limited for payment of debts is one ye.ir
from said 22(1 day of May , iSoxj.itness my
hand and the seal of said countv court , tin-
22d day of May , iSog. G. S. lUsiioi- .
5-26-315 County Judge.
Try Lear for drugs.
Box Elder Circuit.
Sunday-school at Box Elder church
every Sunday at 10 a m. Church services
at n a. m every two weeks dating from
Sunday. Dec. 4. Sunday-school at Red
Willow school house every Sunday at 2
p. in. Church service at 3 p. in. every
two weeks dating from Sunday , Dec. 4.
Sunday-school at Garden Prairie ap
pointment every Sunday at 10 a. m.
Preaching at ira.m. every two weeks
dating from Dec II. Preaching service
at Spring Creek at 3 p. m. every two
weeks dating from Dec II.
D. L. MATSON , Pastor.
Are grand , but skin eruptions rob life
of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures
them ; also old , running and fever sores ,
ulcers , boils , felons , corns , warts , cuts ,
bruises , burns , scalds , chapped hands ,
chilblains. Best pile cure on earth.
Drives out pains and at lies. Only 250 a
box. Cure guaranteed At McConneU's.
Five Cents a Copy !
That's the remarkably low price at
which we are closing out the remainder
of our Navy Portfolios , those superb
pictures of our splendid and victorious
navy. Yon can buy the entire series of
twelve numbers for 50 cents This is
less than half price , and they are only a
few sets left.
Notice hereby givt-n that from this
date henceforth , no picnics , fishing par
ties or hunting of any kind will be per
mitted in the enclosure at or around the
mouth of Driftwood creek.
5-26-415 W. S. FITCH.
Mr. P. Cetch.un ot Pike City , Cal. ,
says : "During my bi other's late sick
ness from sciatic rheumatism. Chamber
lain's Pain Balm was the only remedy
that ave him any relief. " Many others
have testified to the prompt relief from
pain which this liniment affords. For
ale by L. W. McConnell , druggist
S-\V P means Sherwin-Williams Paint
best to cover best to wear. Sold by
L. W. MCCONNELI. & CO.
Aside from the serious inconvenience
and pain caused by piles , there isa tend
ency to fistula and to cancer in the
racial regions. Piles should not be al
lowed to run ou unchecked. Tabler's
Buckeye Pile Ointment is an infallible
L. W. McConnell & Co.
The annual session of Red Willow
county teachers' institute will be held at
Indianola , Nebraska , beginning June 12 ,
and continuing one week only.
I earnestly request all who expect to
teach in this county the coining year to
attend the institute.
LILLIAN \VELBOR .
A sallow , jaundiced skin is a symptom
of disordered liver , as it springs from
jiliary poisons retained in the hlooxl ,
which destroy energy , cheerfullnes = ,
strength , vigor , happiness and. life.
Eierbine will restore the natural func
tions of the liver. Price 50 cts L. W.
McConnell & Co.
For relief and comfort in asthnu Bal-
ard's Horehouud Syrup has no equal.
Price 25 andt 50 cts. McConnell Co.
M2GA Axle Grease
Get a box nml If am xvhy it's t
Ix-st grease ever jiuton or 04
McCook Transfer Line
J. H. DWYER , Proprietor.
attention paid to
hnnlin < r furniture. L orders
nt either lumber vnrd.
CURES NOTHING BUT PILES. .
A SURE and CERTAIN CURE
known for 15 years as the
BEST REMEDY for PILES.
SOLD IIY AIJL
At L. W HcCONNELL & CO.'S.
Anronp ersllr n ! > kctrh and . . .
< ju ! ' uly , is < - "r'T n cur "Miuoii free
iT.riTiH n 11 pr nMy p itrntnM- <
fimi ' > trii-tlvc nitliioutLil. HanJb < x > lL -
sent fr < > n * > " lr > ! t n jer. y fi r so urit'K . -
Putmjm tnLeii tiinjuu1 ! Munu A. la. reeetre
tptctftl nitlce , without chntvt . In the
A hnndsomcly Hln5traliM wstkjy. Irc wt *
culntlon of any ndcntW ? ] 'UrniilTerem. . J3 a
yp.ir : four months. fU SoldbyaH iwwxKotor * .
MUNN SCo.361Broad New York
Branch Ofilce. 3 K S
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