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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1896.
FOR MARCH, APRIL AND MAY.
Fame's Celery Compound the Best Spring
Remedy TodaY in All the World.
It Purificp the Blood as Nothing Else Can Do It is Food for the
Tired Brain It Makes Strong Nerves !
Publiciily Recommended as No Remedy of Any Kind Ever Was
Whom It Has Made Well.
ENDORSED AJTD PRESCRIBED
IVIhtp orcry other remedy has fail-
Paine' onion compound has mado
It curi h discnue! It has haved tho
lives iif tl'oiiHiiiulM of sufferers. It
lias made mo weak strong.
P.iiihi'h nitnrv nnmnnnnil niirifina
in. mnnn tin nniriincr man nin fin- ir. fa
"' " o ,...
naluro'H brin food; it builds up tho
.1..... I Ii !. l
Diiuiii'n'u nerves, 11 in pro-cminonuy
thu one gieut hoalth-makcr known to
First ducovcred aftar laborious,
stud ouh, scientific rosoaroh by tho
ablest phjsioians Amorica has pro-
ductd, l'rof. Kdward B. I'lielps, M.
II 1 1. II V I a. 4 aA a a a I V-m. lldMA ma.
., iiu. x.ui ly-iimuuni wuiagc, it,
ta prusunueu nnt puonoily indorsed
ni llin It. kit !- . I inn n mn . M A....M. .
wj mu u'ov ii.uhuuiiuio ui uvcijr uiij
ui Aiiionoii. n on ueen se onmusi-
stically recommended by grateful
men and women in av.ry walk of life
that it is today in every sense tho
Van AOt1 Antl Inn Bwa a J ) a am I lirt a a.ll
...-. .ur..... iuiucuj ... uiu wuriu,
A. ...n ,..u.v.. .nui. tn, t..u
gKuiiat ui mi njiriuK uiiuiuinuB, muu-
Wintor it here again.
Miss Lizzio Trunkuy
is sick with
Mrs. Fraso was visiting
G. W. Hiker was in Quid
Tim Amboy stutiuu has had
name chungi'd to Lcstur,
li it. imuorud that thero will bo a
pic h i c i t 1 he.ru in thct near fnturo.
H-bmu Coukrull ruturuid tiuiiio S.a
urd.i). Krd KmiM( u w.s visiting Charley
Mrn Carpeiitrr of Indian ercck was
vUinng hero I'm. ay.
K no xiinw-fall ninht of tho 2d.
Cured by Dr. Miles' Nervine.
Prolonged doraiiRomont of tho norvoos
system not only affects tho lirain and mon
tal powers, but li)V(ilopnllso;iso In somoof
tlio vital organs. Tho inoU dansorous of
tlicso Indirect rcsult.i I:i whun tlio heart la
affected. This nxs tho raso of tho Kov. N.
V. Surface, r.-iwu Itlvor, Mich., who writes
mnderdatoof Foil. 14, 1893:
"Fourtvon yeixra ago I had a slight stroko of
paralysis. Overwork brought on norvous
prostration. I was exceedingly norvous and
tho exertion of public speaking caused
heart palpitation that threatened my llfo.
I used two bottles of Dr. Mlloa' Now Heart
Cur for my hoart troublo, aud two of Or.
Milts' ltcgtoratlvo Nurvluo for my nervous
nexs ! feel better than I over oxpoctod to
feel again. I cau speak for hours without
tirl.fr or having my heart flutter as it for
merly did, and I havo you to thauk that I
On Halu by all druggists. Dr. Mlloa' Rook
on Heart and Nervous DUordcrs FKEE by
mail. Dr. Mlloa Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Dr. Miles' Remedies Rcstoro ilcallh.
Dr. MIWNKRvn Pt.AHTRiiHcuro IUIEnHA
TltM. Vi:AK UAUKH. At(lrugKlsU,ouIy85c.
BY THE ABLEST
inj; tho weak Htrong and the infirm
well, that in the big citios, Now York
Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, St.
Louis and tho rest, tho leading news-
papcra, making their own canvasses
again una ) car, navo iounu mat mo
demand for I'ai nil's cclorv onmnound
km nir MiinimNHr-a liihi. n mi fiLiutr rn.
i -- --
medics as the ouraUvo powor of thii
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ni uuuqiuuuu nmjmjBus iu ui in
Paino's celery compound, taken
during the early spring days, has even
inoro than its unual remarkable effioa-
oy in making peoplo well. It niakos
short work or all .tiscases of debility
!! . vm.mmai.m, bh li iifiii a 1 i a. mi mm. 1 1 mm
- mi nuivuun cai.uu.uuh. xv rapiuiy
urivos out neuralgia, sleeplessness,
llttuh.nalti . rl f I n m . u fitntn Ihi.
ujfnjicjjoiu nu iiiuuujnuoui uuiu iud
hybichi. n removca uiai lasiuuuo, or
"tired feeling." which betokens weak-
encd nerves and poor blood.
Overworked and tired women aro
litii a.aHj alAAt n F .- a 1. .. mm. ! ..
uub ouu u.nB ui jemuuH wuu nru in
u.Bv...k UUCu vi lu.o nuuucnui luuicuj
iu uiuiku mum wen. uusiness
Some of tho farmers aro cutting
stalks, and some are plowing for corn
and gutting ready to sow o.ts.
Danuinu is the order of tho day.
Dance every Friday night at Mr. Mor
ris every Fiida) night. Somo of tho
girls urj starting out well. Oao girl
furnished a team and took three boys
ono night, and bought their numbers
for thou. Look out, bos, this is our
Tho spelling school at tho poor
farm was well attended. MUh Dolla
Wilson was tho chnmpion spoiler.
Tho program was very nice. Thero
will be another spelling school at the
Audvrson sohool hoaso in tv?o weeks.
(Jo mo aud havo a good time.
Miss Tishio Marker is on tho sick
list. Doctor McKecby was called oxs
day last week.
Mr. Hoan filled Mr. Hlaekwcll's
place on Sunday night at tho poor
farm. He preached to a orowded
Mis.i Sarah Fisher's school closed
in Dist. 1-1. Slio was woll liked by
Mr. Hounds will move onto tho
farm vaoated by Mr. HintB.
Frank Beau is on tho look-out for a
girl. Look, girls, for ho will marry if
you say so. Stunner.
Last Benson Ilto L. llnll, dniRKlut of
vu'tit ijouniioti, iimmnn, hold four gross
of ChamtKirlalu'rt Colic, Uholern and Din
rrluL'a remedy and says every bottlo of it
Kavn perfect Hiitlrtf net ion. For alo by
II. K. Orice.
Lou Orr is stajing with relatives at
Will Crozier and wifo visited at
Flave Sheltou's near Hosemont last
J. F. Decker has moved onto a farm
threo miles east of Hcd Cleud. John
Plowman will aesupy tho plaoo va.
oated by Mr. Dcokcr.
The meetings at Eokley churoli
stiU continuo with increasing intoreit.
Thirty-one conversions up to date.
Married, at tho M. K. parsonage at
Cowlfs, February 25, 1896, by Roy
Motcalf, Orris Hubbard and Miss
Marnn Miller, both of Stillwater.
They havo the congratulations of
thoir many friends. They will ooou
py tho farm known as tho Webber
pluco after March 1st.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Alcdaland Diploma.
men who aro not sleeping soundly,
shop girls mado palo and siokly by
long hours of indoor work, and tho
oountlcss sufferors from dyspopsia,
kidnoy and liver trouble, need tho in-
yigoratmg ollcot or l'aino's colcry
- nmnniind nnnr ttinf. nnrimr uil all
1 -' -r"-m " -
1 in nanirnru a ar inni la a am
.. ....e..., . v ......... i.a ..iu-uuji-
nonoo as a hoalth-makor comes from
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its cxiraorumary powers 01 supplying
appropriate nutriment to tho blood,
nerves and brain.
Just as tho great lawyer studies
oach ono of his caBes till ho knows it
on every side, and in every possible
aspect, so Prof. Edward K. Phelds, M.
T I T 1 M Tfc a- mia a a
v., uu. u., oi uartnioutti Uollego,
tho discoverer of Pains celery com
.. J I 1 .. 1 ... s
juuuu, II QU BIUUICU ItlO DCrVCH in
ncaitn ana disease, whon well nourish-
ed and whon undernourished, in men
and women and children yoara before
ho looked for remedy. Paino's celery
oompouna was tho outoomo of his on-
lire proiossienai inc. A Utting mc-
monal to a lifo of hard study and
Interesting Experiments with
the New Stomuch Remedy.
Not I'n lent TCedlcInc, nut a af
Cure for all Porina or Iiidlue.tlou.
The result of reocsnt investigation,
havo established, bevond question,
tho great valuo of tho new preparation
for indigestion and stomach troubles;
it is composed of tho digestive aoids,
pepsin, bismuth, Golden Seal and sim
ilar stomachics, prepared in tho form
ot -iU gram lozongcB, pleasant to tho
tasto, oonvoniont to carry when tra
veling, harmless to tho most delicate
stomaoh, and probably tho safest,
most offcotual ouro yet discovered for
iiiuigcsion, sour siomaoii, loss ot ap
petite and flesh, nauBea headaches,
palpitation of tho hoart, and Iho many
symptoms arising from imperfect di
gestion of food, They ouro bcoauso
they cause tho food to be promptly
and thoroughly digested beforo it has
timo to sour, ferment and poison tho
blood and nervous system,
Judgo Frank Ives, of District Court
of Crookston, Minn., says: For somo
time I have used Stuart's Dyspopsia
Tablets with seeming great benefit,
with few excoption, I havo not been
so freo from indigestion in twenty
Geo. "W. Hoosevclt, U. S. LV.isul to
Brussols, Holgium: Stuart's Dvsnon-
sia Tablets, safo, pleasant to .tnko,
convenient to carry, givo kocn appe
tite, perfcot digestion.
Mr. W. D. Tomlin, Mechanical En
gincer, Duluth, Minn.: Ono box of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets has done
its work, and I am again gaining flesh
0. K. Ransom, Hustnnvillo, Ky.:
I was distressed and annoyed for two
yoars with throwing up food, ofton
two or threo times a day; had no cer
tainty of retaining a nioal if I ato ono
Feur boxes of tho tablets from my
druggist, havo fully oured wo. I find
thorn ploasant to tako, convenient to
Rov. G. D Brown, Mondovi, Wis.:
Tho cfleot or Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
lots is simploy marvoleuc; a quiot
hearty dinner of broiled beef stoak
eauscB no distress sinco I began their
Over six thousand peoplo in tho
stato of Mich, along in 1894 wcro
cured of stomaoh troubles by Stuart's
Full sized packngcB may bo found
Before by Thousands
IN EVERY CITY
0oso observation a remedy that the
WOrld could not lose today at any
Take advantago of tho remarkablo
power of this greatest of all remedies
for rostoriug vigor to tho blood
.1 .1 . .1
Hirongin 10 mo norvous systom,
ineso nrst aavs or anrmc
11 m . m
overy olianoo for cottinc well
" " WCJI.
Paino's eclory oompound calms and
equalizes all tho nervous tissues and
induces tho body to tako on solid flesh
It purifios tho blood, as is so clearly
shown by tho rapid oioaring of tJ
skm of all ovidenocs of bad humors
within. It is an infalliblo
salt rheum, eczoma, and all blood dis
casts. Physicians recogniao Paino's colorv
oompound as tho ono aniontifio sprin--
remedy, and it is universally pre
scribed by them whereover there I is
groat need of a vigorous and
rastoring of health
and strength to
tho wornout system.
at all druggists at 50c., or sent by
mail on rceipt of prioo from Stuart's
Co., Marshall, Mich.
hen Bbr was sick, wa rave her Castorta,
When aha waa a Child, she cried for Castorla.
Whoa she became Mia, sho clung to Castorta,
Winter has just bogun,
A faith healor from Hastings is tho
guost of Mrs. 0. II. Clark,
Mr. Nelson Bartlott's cousin from
Ricoville, Iowa, who has been yisiting
friends in this vioinity during the
past week returnod to his homo Wed
Mrs. J. K. Yost went to SwaKton
Tuesday morning to visiting rolitivos.
Robt. McCallum left Sunday morn
ing for Kansas City to reooivo further
treatment for his oancer.
J. E. Yost shipped a oar of hogs to
Omaha Tuesday morning. John ac
companied tho car.
Rov. Maxfiold of Red Cloud deliver
ed an cxoellont sermon in tho G. A. It.
hall Sunday afternoon.
Tho Methodist aro talking somo of
creoting a ohuroh in this city ore long,
Tho Methodists gave a donation
supper in tho G. A. It, hall Wodnos
day evening, for tho bonofit oft Rov.
Hummel. Tho number in attendanoo
shows tho appreciation of Rev. Hum
ml's good work in this vioinity.
Tho proceeds netted somothing over
L. C. Keith of Odoll came in Fri
day evening to hoo his father and
mother, who woro just taking the
tram for Uoldrego whoro they will
spend tho bunimor
Dr. Wcgmann of Bluo Hill mado a
professional call in this city Tuesday.
It is roported that ono of our prom
inent citizens has gone east to tako
unto himself a wifo,
L B. Thorno loft tho foro part of
this week to visit friends in Michigan.
Mrs. Nowcomo to cnllor: "I got my
chniro fixed up so nice."
Cnllor to Mro. Nowcomo: "Whoro did
you got it donoV"
Mro. Nowcomo to callor: "At the
odd job nhop throo doora north of mnrblo
works, Rod Cloud, Nob.
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Pure drape Cream ol Tartar Powder.
Maroli has oonio in liko a lion
hopo it will go out liko a lamb.
Mr. and Mrs. Toland wcro visit-ng
John Fagan's last Friday.
Lem Bailey traded horses one day
last week. If you want to know the
rost, ask Lem.
Addio Toland is woikini; for Mr.
Moon, south of North Branch.
Arthur Clino returned home from
Iown lust Fiiday. His friends around
tho Branch aro glad to see him.
Mis Sadie Arrants is going to at
tend the acadnmy this i-pring term.
Mies Emmn L'ggi'tt and school will
giyo an nioriuinmi'nt at tho Slono
church, Mm'ch, the (itli.
Mits Lotiio Houh's has
Cherokee county to remain
paronls tho rcit of tho year,
lliero will be an cuteriniiuiicnt at
tho stoiio Hchool-liou-o in Dist. 138 on
tho ovitiiug of March 1,'ltli.
. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dillon startrd
last week for Washington to visit
Mrs. Dillon's parents.
Wollaco Clino has begun his spring
torm of school. ,
Arthur Lambs has moved into Geo.
Mr. Farnam boijan working for A.
A. Divis last Monday morning
Alv Stanton, Clara Jonc-, Emma
Toland, and sovoral other teacher
aro having vaunt ion
Mr. Church Rimrd has moved into
his new house, Mr. Howarth moving
into the house vaoatod by the former.
If yon at what you like, und digest it,
you will surely be strong and healthy.
Dut if you don't digrnt it, yon might
alinoM us well not eat, for what good can
yonr food do yon if it doenu't nourish
It yon find that yon enn't digoBt it,
thero i a simple help for yonr stomuch.
It in Shukur Digestive Cordial, made
by the Shnkurs of Mount Lebanon, it
has nsver failed to cur tha vrorht oaxn of
Stttngth and hoallh oomo from tho food
you eat, aftur it hnn buen digeatod and
hat gnn into the blood.
Tho btBt toniu is digestod food. Tho
best nid to digestion, Shnkor Digestivo
Whon yon have acid ructions, nausea,
hbadaohe, wind, dizziness, offouaive breath
or nuy othor symptomn of drspopsin,
Shaker Digeitive Cordial will core yon.
At drogglata. Trial bottle 10 eento.
Farmers havo oommooccd
in small grain.
C. II. Frisbio and wifo and Sim
Miller and wife spent Sunday in
Moso Carmony spent Sunday at C.
C. Cox's, and his wifo and son accom
panied him homo to McCook Monday.
Several families are t-ick with la
Alt Baker camo home from R. C.
Joe S-laden and f-inily were visit
ing J. W. Saladen last week.
Miss Jennie Carpouter of K. C. is
Frank Fribio and wifo pint Sun
day in Red Cloud.
Mr. and Mrs. Canncr of Boitwiek
wcro visiting here ovor Sunday.
Mrs Uohriotta (Outsmi) onco a
school tcclmr at this place, called
h-re Friday on her way homo from
Kansas to Rivcrton.
Wm. Teaohworth of New Mexico
is visiting his mater, Mrs. Lillio Fris
bio. Tho Y. l. S 0. E. will moet i-v.ry
Sunday evening hereafter at 7:30 p
m ; ohuroh at 8 p in.; Sunday-sohool
at 10:30 a. m.
J no. Barnes and sister, Mrs. Grif
fin, of Bostwick, wcro visiting hero
tho foro part of tho work.
Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Ghlltlron. It contains neither Opium, Morphiho nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substituto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing: Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' uso by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
foverlshncss. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
eurcs Diarrhocu aud "Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
teething' troubles, cures constipation and flatulency,
Castorla assimilates' tho food, regulates tho stomach
and bowels, giving' healthy nnd natural sleep. Cas
torla is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
"Castorla Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told mo of Its
good aCect upon their children."
Dft. Q, 0. Osoood,
-, Lowell, Mas.
" Castorla Is the bet remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day Is not
far dUtant when mother will consider the real
Interest of their children, and uao Castorla In
stead of tho Yarlousquack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby Bending
them to premature gravca."
Da. J, F. KracnuxB,
Tit Oeatkor Oowpany, T7
Wot to lie Trilled H'llli.
(Prom Cincinnati Gnzette.)
Will people ne?or learn that a "oold"
is nu ncoldont to be dreaded, nnd that
when it occurs trcntmeut ehoald bo
promptly applied f Thero is no knwlnj;
whern tho trouble will end; nnd whil-j
complete recovery is the rnlo, tho exoep.
tlons Bro terribly fmjuent, and thons
nnds npon thonnnds of fatal illness oc
cur overy year uah-red iu by n littlo in
jndioious exp-Mire and seemingly trifllnir
symptoms. Heyod till-, thuro ant todafy
countless iuvnlUN wlui ciin irncu liolr
cotnpliilnlH to "cold,' whloli at Iho tlmo
of occurence gnvo no concern, nnd worn
therefore negluolid, When troublud with
n co d iho Chamberlain's (,'ongh lieined''
It It prompt and tfftctual. LT, aud C
cent botiha for sain nt II. C Orico'd.
IMowlng is tho order of lim day.
Soirti arc list.ng and Mill d. u!-.lc i't,
and Miuo aro brMnking up for oorn.
jiiv iiiuij tiiy.t iiu i.i niuwi ll lor h
Sovcial mores have taken
I. Growcll is goinu to Crinnlo
Creok; ho has got work at $3.00 ptfrV.
Mr Geo. Evans, tho popular tcaohv
cr at wt. nope, wont homo Saturday
to Gaylord and returned Sunday.
Tho wolf hunt over south was a
tail ii ru, though it resulted in a hors
Rv. L wis of S.lem, the pastor of
the Mt. Hopo ohuroh, preach. d a very
nblb sermnii last Sunday evening.
Giuss is Htarting on tho crook
.hero it is moist and warm and it ia
from ono to threo inches h'gli.
Ponds by tho wholesale. Would
soon boliovo almost every farmer in
this part is making one: Mountford,
Fruit, Fair, Fr.ncii-, Scr.vuor, Wilson.
I told you sot P. Sicffon, who
went to Illinois last year, is back, and
says ho is back to Miiy
X oanvans nmong tho dnu'ijists of this
place rovealBthu fnct tlmt Cliiiinberlain'u
are thu most popular proprietary medi
cines sold. Chamberlain's Coogh Remedy
espeolnlly, is regarded vb in tho lead of
all throat trouble reintidies, nnd as anoh,
is froely prescribed by physicians. Aft a
croupe medicino, it is iilco nneioolled,
and most families with young children
ktop it bottlo always hnndy for inatant
nee. The editor of tho Graphic has re
preatedly known Chamberlain's CongL
Itemedy to do thn work after all other
medicines had failed. Tho Kimball 8. 1), '
Graphlo. For sale at L'ffaud COeenU per
bottle by H. E. Qrice.
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W. B. Cook's mill-dim partly wosh
ed out last week. Tho repairs aro
Some of our citizons attended tho
run oral services of tho little two-year
o'd son of Frank Stevens last week.
A very pleasant party was onjoyei?
by tho young folks at J. M. Pollard's
a week ago.
At tho spelling echnnl lust weok
Miss Alico Ovcrleuso carried off tho
Our young peoplr havo been enjoy- jf
ing a round of gainer tor smn timo,
Parlies at Geo. M ami's and La Grande i
Thome's. All report a pleasant tinW
All Inst winter Mr.
Geo. A Miles,o
Lebanon, Conn., was badly ntllicted
rhenmntism. At timrH it was so severe
that ha could not stand np Ktrnight, bat
wan drawn ovdr on uuii sido. "1 t'jed
difTereut remedies without roeelving re
lief," ho says, "nntil about six months
ago I bought a bottlo of Chamberlain's
I'ain Halm. After using it for threo daya
my rheumatism wax gone, and has not re
turned since. For sale by II. 11, Grice.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Awitrd.
" Castorla Is ao well adapted to chlldret thai
I recommend It as superior to any pnucrlptiOB
known to me." .
n. A, AnoiiKR, M. D.,
lit So. OmfordBt,, llrooklyn, !f. J.
" Our physicians In the children's depart- )
ment have spoken highly of their expert-)
ence In their outside practice with Castorta,'
and although wo only have among our
medical supplied what Is known as regular
products, yet wo ore free to confess that thai
merits of Castorla has won us to look witk
favor upon It."
United IIobittai, and Diar-Nounr, I
II os ton,
Amw a Sitrrn, Pret.,
Morravy Street, If aw York City.
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