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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1898)
nK RED CLOU J) (JHUjJir, JtfKJLDAX, JAN. 28. 1SU8.
Child Suffered for Thrco Years
Without Rollof-Terrible Itching
nnd Burning Skin Dlocaso.
"Whon thrco months old our hoy who
poisoned with ivy. Ho Buffered for throe
years without (jcttlnK relief. I hum
one of IhondvcrtlficniontHof llood'fl Bar
Bannrllln, conclstliitf of a UMtlmoiiinl
when) a child wns cured of ivy poisoning.
My faith wui very wenk nt first, but I
told my husband I would like to try n
bottlo of Hood'u Snnmpnrllln. Doctor's
mcdiclno had failed to help him in tho
least. Wo concluded to buy five bottles
of Hood's Barsapnrllla nnd tho child be
gan taking it. Iioforo ho had finished nil
that wo had purchased ho was cured. I
h.i;o also been cured of skin diucaso by
iiOod'H K.trwipnrllla. I was in such a
condition that I conld hardly enduro tho
Itching nnd burning. I felt that I must
give llood'H Harsaparillan fair trial, which
1 did. I took four bottles nnd It cured
mo." CnnibTi.VA Uuckk, Caunstotn, B. D.
Hood's Bnrsnpnrillft is sold by nil drug
gists. ?1 ; bIx f or G. Ilosurcto t,t lJooil'u.
PUIIUSIIKI) KVKltV HIIIPAY
Kntorcil at tho pout olllcc nt Hod Cloud, Xob.n
The lied Cloud, Neb., CHIEF,
weekly, is credited with the largest
circulation accorded to any paper in
lied Cloud or in Webster county or
in the Fifth Congressional District.
Printer's Ink, July '28, JSU7.
Oh, but tho roads tiro rough.
Tho rniu nml ico has stopped corn
Ncntiy everybody is complaining
with a bad cold.
Mrs. Hanson a ml father tiro visiting
relatives in Kntisas this week.
K. J. Peterson bought n cow from
James Peterson ono day last week.
The cause of Mr. John Stein's smiles
is tho arrival of u brand now daughter.
Misses Uertiu and Jennie Larson
are home from lloldrege on a short
J. Watson, successor to A. Fois,
shelled corn for Win. Mathony last
Henry Fois has moved onto tho old
Stoughlou placo which ho will farm
tho coming year.
B. F. May, ono of our prosperous
farmers attended the rod hog sulo near
Cowlcs last week.
Tho shooting match hold at Mr.
Limlgrcon's last Saturday was a sue.
oosi for tho pigeons.
Tho disoaso which has taken off so
niauy hogs in this locality seems to
haru come to a stop.
Mrs. llopkoy and daughter from near
Hickman, Nebraska, weru pleasant
callers at II. Feis's last Sunday.
Mr. August llonkcl has greatly im
proved his placo by building a new
corncrili, granary ami barn this winter.
Many of thu young people are hav
ing their pictures taken by tho. new
photographer who canto to Campbell
Krie Uergman is able to be around
after thu accident. l).ear, too, is up
and around after having beun in bed
for about tour weeks with tho lung
Missionary Hussull will address the
people of the Cathertou Sunday school
next Sunday at 10 a.m. In tho even
ing Mr. Anderson, tho Free Muthodisi
speaker will addnss the people at the
Hime place. It is hoped that the hoiuc
will bo well tilled both times.
MoniEits MuisK Hood's Sarsaparilla
because of its great blood enriching
qua'ities it gives rosy cheeks ami vig
orous appotitos to pale nnd puny chil
Hoon'i Pills nro thu favorite fami
ly cnthnrtio nml Hvor medicine. Prieo,
Weather cold and stormy.
Charley Isom is up and around again
after a long spoil of sickness.
L. A. Huskins lost two cows last
week by running in tho corn stalk.
Tho Kudil boys raised eight thousand
bushels of corn on the Marsileu placo
Hurt Carpenter has aecopted a po.
sitlon in the printing olliceat Franklin,
Mr. Hrulley has rented his placo for
$100 per annum to Mr. Wilton of North
Kldei Austin and wifo of York, No
braska, were the guests of Mr. Alt
bunion last week.
A. McCall and Hoy MeCall shelled
eight hundred bushels of corn forChus.
Isom one day this week.
Preaching at Penny creek school
house, Dist. No, 8, at 11 o'clock a. m.
by Kuv. Con Hewitt of Walnut rretk.
Hiram Iliwikins of Guide Kock lias
rented thu Tommy Leigh place for ono
hundred and seventy-livo dollars per
Much delay in coin picking.
Once more we havo been visited by
a cold wave.
Albert Scrivner takes tho enko when
it comes to swapping horses, having
turned tliem four times in ono day last
Kil Sliorcr lost two steers ono day
this wisk. Too much poison in the
Mr. James Overman was seen in
theso parts buying hay for tho Has
Wo understand that tho linn of Har
vey Hros. is soon to be strengthened by
tho addition of a secretary.
There are lots of men in these parts
hiintiiigeornto husk and praying they
won't liiiil it until it gets warmer.
My, what a scramble among renters
to rent fat ins. Why don't speculators
build on their laud to people can have
houses to live in.
Tho danee at John Myers was a
great success Tho boys know where
logo and have a good time nml don't
you forget it. Come again in two
On Fiidny Miss Kills Hayes closed a
very .successful term of school at Ml.
Hope. The ladies quartet from Cowles
rendered a few selections which were
greatly appreciated by all.
DR. HAHTMAN SAYS
Po-ru-na Cures Catarrh Whorovor
All classes and conditions of people
havo chronic catarrh. It spares neith
er strong or weak, old or vounu.
healthy or sickly.
All ranks of pcoplo
havo chronic catarrh,
llich men, poor men,
beggar men, thioves,
lawyers doctors, mer
chants, priests. Not
only catarrh of tho
head but catarrh of
thu throat, catarrh of
the lungs, catarrh of tho stomach, ca
tarrh of the liver, catarrh of tho kid
neys, catarrh of tho bowels; and a
number of women are ulUictcd with
catarrh of tho pelvic organs.
Wlion it is said therefore that Po-ru-na
cures catarrh wherever located, a
much larger fnct is stated than at first
appears. Who is it that says Po-ru-na
will euro catarrh whorovor located?
Doctors say it, lawyers say it, preach
ers say it, a vast army of raon and
womon say it who huvo tried it.
Tho old and tho young say it. They
say it in ths oast and in Uts wet t.
Tlioy say it in tho north and in tho
south. All these say that Po-ru-na
will euro catarrh wherever locatod.
Sond for a frco copy of an illustrated
book of testimonials ontitlod "Facts
and Faces," sent by tho Pe-ru-na Drug
Manufacturing Company, Columbus,
Mrs. M. M. Miller is on tho sick list.
A. L. Isom is visiting relatives and
frieiuis in Illinois.
Mis. J. W. Smith ha returned from
her visit in Illinois.
Why don't Kckloy havu some kind of
Some of our young folks visited at I).
Cook's Friday evening.
Our minister, Kev. Day, is holding
revival meetings in Cowles.
Mr. and MKs Forsytlio are the guests
of Mr. aim! Mrs. J. Vance.
Mr. Henry Hritton is visiting his pa
rents Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hritton.
Miss Jennie Hall of York, Nebraska,
was the guest of MUs Nettie Orr last
There will ho communion services at
the Kckloy church next Sunday at 11
o'clock. Klder Alexander will bo
present and conduct thu services.
About S o'clock last Monday evening
about twenty-live of our young pcoplo
took possession of tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Miller and reminded Miss
flora of thu fact that it was her birth
day. Tho evening was spent in kroki
nolo and other games. Refreshments
were served consisting of ico cream,
enko nnd coffee. All report a lino
Anthony Green is hero agniu husking
Wm. MeKinniy and family spent
Sunday at Hed Cloud.
(. W. Hnker and family untertnined
Mtvoral of their friends last Friday.
Several fioui this place attended tho
show at Hed Cloud Saturday evening-
I. W. and A. It.Siladen and families
took dinner at John Kinick's Sunday.
Protracted meetings will eoniinonco
here Monday evening, January itlst at
M' Klislm Hirry, of this place, says
In- never had anything do him mi much
g !'! .i .. il li' -nit qiilv.. wlnf fni
i lii'iiiiiiiitii ax Clrinibi'i'l ii'iN t'.iiu
ilalill III) ttu. Imilii'lVil Hietli
shooting pains fiom hip to kneo until
he used liuiiuiMi , whi mi nlfordsiirotiint
lelief H. F. Kaki:k, druggist, St.
Paris, Ohio. For sulo by H. . Grico.
4 By soothing and subduing tho
pain. That's tho way JL
St. Jacobs Oil
I i i I t i i i i i i
Com inc. Home demand.
Mr, George Motintford is on the sick
Win. Harrett and wife visited at Geo.
Motintford's this week.
Kd. Coopir has n new girl at his
house only one week old.
Hogs, brood sows, shouts or pjilts
four to six cents per pound.
Jesse Sapp and wife of Cora were
visiting relatives in this part las-, week.
Chus. Hai roll and wife weru visiting
friends and relatives in this section
Mrs. James (J raves is conliued to her
bed agaii: with a rather serious attack
Several State ereekites aio whiling
away the time sleigh riding and tunn
ing while they cannot gather corn.
Tho hog cholera is wearing out to
some extent on tills creek and it is to
bo hoped wo will have no more of it.
Mr. Wilmotof the Hepublicau I) Mom
must havo .some attraction up in
these parts as ho comes up regular
Old Uncle Hilly VanDvkc of Penny
creek was elected Superintendent of
the Pleasant Dale Sunday school last
Tho school boys of this section arc
having big rabbit hunts every Satur
day. Tho farmers don't allow their
Miss May Koscncraus and Miss Heed
tho popular teachers of Andersonville
and Pleasant Dale visited last week in
Sotnu of our boys that went to Leb
anon Inst week to sell horses and mules
will not go again soon. Tho man did
not oven look at some of their stock or
make them an oiler on it.
Our big snow is several inches deep
er horo than in Hed Cloud or Inavalo.
Wo have it from good authority that it
is from ten to fourteen inches deep on
the south edge of the county.
Jas. Graves shipped two lino hogs
from Missoiui, ono for himself and one
for Mr. King. Hu sold his other lino
two-year-old Missouri hog to Mr. Judy
of Burr Oak for the small sum of 125.
The Ml. Hope Sunday School has re
organized by clouting Mr. Scrivner, su
perintendent; Miss Lizxio Curry, assis
tant superintendent; Miss Gertrude
Davis Socrotary, Miss Myra Davis,
trcasuror; and Miss Sallio Stovous,
When You have a Bad Cold.
You want tho bust medicine that can
bo obtained, and that is Chamberlains
You want a remedy that will not
only give quick relief but olieot a pel
Yon want a remedy that will relieve
the lungs and keep expectoration easy.
You want a remedy that will coun
teract the tendency toward pi en
You want a remedy that is pleasant
and safe to take.
Chainber.nin'.s Cough Hemedy is tin
only medicine in use tint meets t 1 ot
the.so IrcquireinonLs. This ivutcdy is
famous lor its cures of bad colds
throughout the United Stales and
mau foreign couutiies. It h.is nnij
rivals, but, for tho speedy and peiun
nent cure of bad colds, .stands without
a peer and its .splendid qualities are
everywhere admired and praised. For
sale by 11. K. Grico.
Tho roads tiro in a 'very bad con
dition. A.N. Godwin had a hog sale last
Chas. Dickcrson is working for Mr.
Hoy Wolf is working for Mr. Heal of
Mr. Hobt. Adauuou is ..now moving
Miss May Sand horn was in Hed Cloud
Saturday on business.
Mr. Martindale is talking oi moving
to Inavalo next week.
Mi.s.s Addle Adainsnn and Mr. Geo.
llot were guests at J.T. L.ie.t's Sim
Jay. How Deakiu of Cowle.s held eiiees
in the Willow creek school luui-e mst
Quito a number of our young people
attended til.' -inning at Willow in ok
sl'llOO hollsi- S Hill il'l V OVi lil.IL,
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE UAY
I ake Liuiiv llr ne) Qi iiliu Tali
ct. All druggUts ivfm'l thu money
f it fails to cure, 2ne,
Or. Price's Cream Baklug Powaw
! I I I I 11111
From Across the Mountains.
Oi.iu:, Cil , Jautiaij 'JO, '1)3.
KltlTOK CtllKK As we have had n
I rather dry winter vegetation is rather
backward for this time of the year.
Most small gram is in and some fields
jnregieen. lucre lias been some cold
weather here this winter tlio mercury
running as low as thirty above. In
some exposed orchards the oranges are
hurt by frost. Oranges are selling at
$1 15 to 8 10 per box. Tho rancher
,gets 80c per hundred for corn, oats
1 20, barley 7'ie, butter 20c, eggs 17c,
dried fruits fijc, chickens $1.
Olive is a milling station on the Santa
Fe railroad, seven tnlloi north of Santa
Ana. Wo have a school house, church,
two stores, postolllce, and sonic very
fine resiliences. A good hotel thai gets
most of its patronage from health
seekers, for as we are at the base of
the foothills tho air is much dryer and
lighter here than farther down in the
Oeorgo Hrown, a former resident of
Hed Cloud, died at Santa Ana on the
Mth of this mouth, and was hurled on
the Kith by the Forrest ers ( f which he
was a member. His death was caused
by consumption, He was followed to
his last resting place by a luge eon
course of soriowing friends as lie was
considered a model young mail. His
relatives and friends at Ued Cloud may
res. assured that lie was well cared foi
In his sickness and his body now lies
under a perfect bed of llowers. Tho
funeral was preached by Kev Kilpat
rick of tho U. H. church.
Several of Hed Cloud's former resi
dents are expecting to tako advantage
of thu exposition rates this Milliliter
and see Nebraska once more.
, RECEIVED FROM
Dr. Miles New Heart Cure.
ELI P. nAIICOCK, of Avoca, N. Y a
vatcrun of ttio :ird N. Y. Artillery luid
for thirty years of tho Hsibcock &
Munscl Carrlaso Co., of Auburn, says: "I
write to oxpri"-9 my gratitude fortliomlrnc
lous benefit rocclred from Dr. Mile' Ilotrt
Cure. I suffered for years, sis result of army
ltfo, from sciatica which afTcted my kvart
In tha wont form, my limb swullud from
tho anklM up. I bloated until I wiu unable
to button my clothing; had sharp pains
about the hourt, Binotliurlni; s pel la aad
shortnt'f of breath. For tliruo months I
wasuuablo to Ho down, and all tho sloop I
got was In au arm chair. I was treated by
tlio best doctors but gradually grow wanto.
About a year ago I commenced taking Dr.
lilies' Now Hourt Cure and it savod my lifo
at If by n miracle."
Dr. Miles' Houn-dlcs
aro sold by all drug
gists umlor a positive
guarantee, tint bottla
benefits or money re
funded. Hook on dis
eases of tho heart and
nerves free. Address,
DK. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
all the pain
suffer is caused
by weakness or
tho organs of
when a woman is not well these
organs are affected. But when
they are strong and healthy a
woman Is very seldom clck.
Is nature'3 provision for the regu
lation of the menstrual function.
It cures all "female troublos." It
Is equally effective for the girl In
her teens, the young wife with do
mestic and maternal cares, and
the woman approaching the period
known as the " Change of Life."
They all need It. They aro all
benefitted by It.
For adrlee In cases requiring special
directions, address, clvlne symptoms,
the Udlej' Advisory Department,'1
The Chittanoosa Medicine Co., Chatu
THOS.i. COOPER, Tupcla, Mist., sayu
"My thtor sutlorcd from very Irregular
ana palnlul menstruation and doctors
could not reliovohor. Wlno ol Cardul
entirely cured her and also helped my
mother through the Change ol Life."
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