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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1898)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. FRIDAY, FEB. 18. 1898.
IS THIS A
Davis went to Kansas City
to ihovm to
Ci.yiu:, Kniis.ix, Koliiuury
To Whom It Mni Concern:
I liuroby certify tlmt n tiiniMvoriii
over soventy-oiio fnt in ItMiglli, lii'inl
ami all uotnpluti', was removed by tliu
Old Shaker Doctor MiW nioriiliiR. Ho
used tlio Shaker ronii'tlios only and re
moved the. woim without my lo-liif?
sinirlu meal or HiilToriiiir 'ho least in-
ctuivuiiiutiuu or sloknuss.
Tho remedy was as pleasant to take
tin honey and produced the required
result In an Incredibly short time. I
had sull'ered for year.s with obscure
diseases and failed to be cured by rc-jr-ular
I was rcfiisetlinsuraneu on account
of heart disease, which lias proven to
bo only n sympathetic derangement
caused by this tape worm.
The Old Shaker Doctor told mo in an
instant whatmv trouble was, and, bet
ter Hill, ho soon removed it.
I tin. very grateful for my euro and I
heal lily recommend tho Shaker reme
dies to nil sulTorcrs.
Tho Old Shaker Doctor gives a truth
ful and candid statement to each pa
tient as to tho exact condition of dis
ease and as to curability, nntl his med
icines do what ho claims for thorn.
1'ho old Slwkor doctor has tho above
described tape-worm ou exhibition
and is pleased to show it to anyone
who is interested.
At tho lied Cloud opera house all
All quiet at Pleasant Dalo this week.
Tho McCall boys shelled corn for Mr.
Aubushon this week.
Jack Wilmot lost a cow last week
caused by corn stalks.
E. W. Anderson has rented tho An
drew IJcrg ranch for this year.
Geo. Nowhouso of Red Cloud was
the guest of J. E. Fox Sunday.
Frank Van Dyko was doing business
in Line one day last week.
Mr. Rood of Lino bus rented tho J.
M. Stoddard farm in Walnut.
F. D. Hutchison is going to move to
Hcd Cloud in tho near future.
Mel Sherman was in Lino ono day
lust week on ollicial business.
Allen Carpenter was looking after
tho interests of his farm in Lino this
Stroup Rothrock attended tho funer
al of tho little child of Elmer Stroup
Tuff Sutton of Red Cloud has runted
tho Stroup Rothrock farm ou West
Tho U. 11. protracted uieotings are
still iu progress ou Park creek in
Tom Brown had tho misfortune to
get bis hand caught iu a corn shelter
ono day last week.
John Davis is not able to be around as
tho nuult of a fall ou the side walk iu
Red Cloud one day last week.
There will bo a Sunday school liter
ary entertainment at the Pleasant
Dalo .school house February 20th, at
8 p. in.
Mr. and Mrs. Ccph Roseucrans wero
seen going through hero ou a sled Fri
day morning. Think they will come
back through tho mud
Walt (turner expects
town in a few days.
Mrs. Knight came homu from Nor
folk Saturday night.
Chas. Hunter and Alf McCull went
to Kan.as City Monday.
The W.C.T. U. met with Mrs
Ktlily Wednesday afternoon.
Will Carpenter and Jess Reigh
baling hay for W. N. Richaidson.
Rev. HlacKwell is up from Red
Cloud Monday in the interests of the
Howard Reynolds came homo from
Beatrice Saturday night, where he has
been for tho past two year.s.
S. K. Prentiss and family arrived
Sunday morning from Denver, and
will live on their farm north of town.
Mr. A.J. 1 Hughes, operator at Or
leaus, is in charge of tho depot hero
during tho absonco of our agent Mr.
Some of our boys attended a Valen
tino party at Mr. Hirseh's over tho
river Monday evening. A line timo is
Several of our people have boo n
quite sick this week. Among tho list
wero Harry Holdrego, Mrs. (. W.
Knight and Mrs. S. E. Wolcott.
Tho Methodist people of this place
are going to build a now church and
aro getting a good deal by way of sub
scriptions to pay for tho building.
Tho lnavalu reading circle will givo
an entertainment on Washington's
birthday, February 32d, ut tho scnool
house. Doors open tit 7 p. iu. Admis
sion to all iivo cents.
Ed. Walters was called to Denver
Friday night by tho serious illness of
his father. Mrs. Walters received a
telegram to tho effect that tho father
died Monday night, and she departed
for Denver Tuesday night to bo pros
out nt tho funeral. Many will romem-
bor Mr. Walters who visited his son
hero In 1897. llo was a very pleasant
mau ami made many friends while
hero who will extend their heartfelt
sympathy to their sorrowing children.
A CLOUD OF WITNESSES.
Ilust to take after dinner ;
prewnt distress, aid dlgi-v
Hon, cure constipation.
I'urely vPKClAtitol ilo mil crlru
or ratine aln. Hold j nil drulntn. 25 cents,
l'ri'iiared only by C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mail.
Miss Attn Raker was visiting iu Red
Cloud last week.
MKs Jessie Cocktail was shopping
iu Red Cloud Monday.
The mud is drying fast and the roads
will soon be good again.
Win McKinney and family spent
SundfU ut(. W Maker's.
The dunce at Mr. Kniick's last Satur
day evening was well attended.
The Saladen and Jackson boys cap
tured another woll last Saturday .
Chris Rasser left Monday to take
a position on the R. & M. at Holyoke,
Caswell C. Burton of Kearney, Ne
braska, is visiting with G. W. Raker
and other old friends at this place this
Weather fair nt this writing.
Mr. Coval is going to move to east
ern Nebraska soon,
Mr. Guthrio's brother from Rellairo
is visiting him this week.
Tho biblo reading nt Buffalo ..creek is
going on with good success.
Mr. Nelson and family wero the
guests of Mr. RoscHcrans lust.wcck.
There was a good turn out to, tho
party at Mr. Hirseh's Wednesday .even
ing. All report a pleasant'timo.
Will England got his thumb and lin
ger mashed last week but ho is Rotting
along nicely at this writing.
What does it cost to get tin re? When I
and how should you go? What should
ono take? Where aro tho mines? How
much have they produced? Is work
plentiful? What wages aro paid? Is
living expensive? What are one's
chances of "making a strike"?
Complete and satisfactory replies to
the above questions will be found in
the Burlington Route's "Klondike
Folder," now ready for distribution.
Sixteen pages of practical information
and an up-to-date map of Alaska and
the Klondike. Free ut Burlington
Route ticket ollices, or sent on receipt
of four cents in stamps by J. Fi minis,
(Jen'l Passenger Agent, Burlii gtoii
Route, Omaha, Nebr.
A ShatteredJHervous System.
FINALLY HEART TROUBLE.
Rettored to Health by Or. Miles' Nervine.
Thk Evidknck in tho caso proves
Hood's Sarsaparilla cures rheumatism,
dyspepsia, catnrrh, that tired feeling,
scrofula, salt rheum, boils, humor.-, and
all blood diseases.
PL ATT & FREES 00.,
Ghieago Lumber Yard
RF.D CLOUD, N'KMUASKA.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
W No ii
I IS come
tip I) (
afternoon stroll will .
Introduction may i :'
one's after lite. To ..
Hood's Pills are prompt, ctllciont,
always roliablo, easy to take, easy to
There is no
word so full
and about which such tender and
holy recollections cluster as that
of " Motiikr "she who watched
over our helpless infancy and guid
ed our first tottering step. Yet
the life of every Expectant Moth
er is beset with danger and all ef
fort should be made to avoid it.
so assists nature
in the change tak
ing place that
mi a tne Expectant
LflAnri Mother iscna-
f 1 1 KM II bicd to ikfr-
wlltl ward without
dread, suffering or gloomy fore
bodings, to the hour when she
experiences the joy of Motherhoed.
Its use insures saicty to inc lives
of both Mother and Child, and she
is found stronger after than before
confinement in short, it "makes
Childbirth natural and easy," as
so many have said. Don't be
persuaded to use anything but
"My wife suffered more in ten min
utes with either of her other two chil
dren than she did altogether with her
last, having previously used four hot
ties of Mother's Friend.' It is a
blessing to any on expecting to be
come a MOTHER ," says a customer.
HiNDxnsoN Dalb, Carmi, Illinois.
Caturrh Can Bo Pormanontly Cured.
C. W. Kuaner, of Sheldon, Iowa, was
troubled with catarrh for over two
j ears so that he could only work a few
days at a time; tried various doctors
without relief. Pe-ru-ua cured him
permanently. Mrs. Thomas Walz, Now
Brighton, Pa., suffered with aggravated
sore throat which tho doctor could not
euro. Three bottles of Pc-ru-nii cured
her. Bernard King, National Military
Home, Leavenworth, Kansas, neglect
ed a sevoro cold which developed
chronic catarrh. Tried everything ho
saw advortised to no avail. Fo-rti-na
not only cured tho catarrh, but au old
caso of bronchitis. A. F. Carlson,
Lindstrom, Minn., took u course of
treatment with To-ru-na
for catarrh of
the head and was
cured. Ho delayed
reporting for several
months, iu order to
see if euro was per
manent; no synip.
toins reappearing, lie 'jO
lias concluded that
the cure is permanent. 11. Cox was
troubled with catarrh of the head and
bowels. Six bottles of Po-rti-nn cured
him, after fourteen year.s of enforced
A tl'i-pugo pamphlet containing sev
eral hundred testimonials, accompa
nied by a pen portrait of the writer,
covering cures of catrrrli in all forms
and stages by Po-ru-im, will be sent free
to any ono desiring it by Tho Pc-rn-na
Drug Manufacturing Company, Co
Of Druggist at 11.00, orient byoxpr.ii on receipt
of price. Write for liook containing testimonials
and Tluble luforranllon for all Motliors, free.
The Bradflcld deflator Co., Atlanta, .
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
M'nreflrao Oraci n futt-r lo(Vr
Mud, mud, mud.
Mr. Leonard Ftigtui is busy hauling
Who says wo won't raise a crop next
J. 11. Arrants plastered his house
Protracted meetings ale still in pro
gress nt tho Branch.
Miss Lucy Joland spent Saturday
and Sunday at home.
Mr. 'Poland visited Sunday night
with his cousin, Mrs. Schaffer.
Mrs, Chas. Francis and daughter
wore pleasant callers at Mr. 'Poland's
The basket supper of last weok at
District 138, was a grand success, there
being $2(5.10 raised with twentysoven
- - - -Livor
Complaints and Norvoubnosa
A torpdliver always produce dull
ncss, irritability, etc. You aro all
clogged up and feol despondent. Per
haps you have treated witli physicians
or tried some other recommended incd
iuiuo without bciiellt. All that is no
argumont against "Dr. Fenner's Blood
and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic,"
which wo insist will euro nervousness
and liver complaints. If not satisfied
after using one bottle your money will
in i. fiiinli'il by (' L CiMiirip
Burlington Routo California Excur
sions. Cheap, quick, comfortable. Leave
Omaha 1:35 p.m., Lincoln G.-10 p.m. and
Hastings 8:o0 p.m. every Thursday in
clean, modern, not crowded tourist
sleepers. No transfers; cars run riglii
through to San Francisco and Los
Angeles over tho scenic route through
Denver and Salt Lake City. Cars are
carpeted; upholstered in rattan; have
spring seats and backs and aro provid
ed with curtains, bedding, towels, soap
etc. Uniformed porters and experienc
ed excursion conductors accompany
eacli excursion, relieving passengers of
bother about baggage, pointing out ob
jects of interest anil iu man other
ways helping to make the overland
trip a delightful experience. Second
class tickets are honored. Berths $5.
For folder giving full information.
call at nuarcst Burlington Route thkot
oiuco, or write to J. fruucis, a. 1. A.
Rod Cloud Market Roport.
Butcher's Stock ii.BO 3.00
Wheat, No. 2 70
Ducks and Geese 5
Turkeys 5) (
.National Croamory Buttormakor's
Topoka, Kansas, February 21st to
20th, IB'.IS. For the above occasion tho
Burlington will sell round trip ticKcts
for one first class fare for the round
Tickets sold February ill to 21 inelu
sive, with Until limit return of Febru
ary 23d. A. Conovku, Agent.
For lloineseeker's excursion dates
via the Missouri, Kansas & Texas rail
way, anil information of their tourist
sleeper arrangements, address (. A.
McNutt, D. P. A., 1011 Union avenue,
Kansas City, Mo.
K.EDWARD nARDY. tho Jolly man
ager of Shcppard Co's. groat store at
Braccvlllc, 111., writes: "I had novor
boon nick a day In rny llfo until In 1890. I
got so bud with nervous prostration that I
had to Klvo up and commence to doctor. I
tried our local physicians and ono In Jollet,
but none- Rave mo any relief and I thought
I was point: to die. I bocamo despondent
and suffered untold agony. I could not cat,
sleep nor rest, and It seemed as If I could
not o.xUt. At tho end of six months 1 was
reduced to but a shadow of myself, and at
hif.t rcy hsi-t boearao nffctcd and I wis
truly ru sera ilc. 1 too,jsl. or ciijht Lotties
of Dr. MUcj :icrv!ae. It nave ruo relict
from tho start, and at last a cure, tho Rrcat-
cst blessing of my life."
Dr. MI1C3 Remedies
aro sold by all drug
gists under a positive
guarantco, first bottle
benefit:) or money re
funded. Hook on dis
eases of tho heart and
nerves free. Address,
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind
and not nsUamcd o( aurtli tlny yon nitiNt
drcea Mko a trm , :itle.iu:ui. This can
be done by ordtrlnp , j.u SulU n;:i! Otcrciuti of
M. BOfii i & GO.,
The Great Chlct m 'krcliGiit Tailors
Wlio nro imr ' jif1 lrtcrwof
tho Ta n-l.nr ,vt.
300 NEW l'flticrii-ftm:'t:iat.rl.il Perfect
Fit. New Stock. LiieU Style. Hest Work-
manihlp. Thrifty Trices.
A Cheery Gnarunteo With All.
r.!YJ WITH DESTINY.
l't tt ..llCtl It Mill
i ... It mart!"
tn u r. !..;. elal
1 i .ii tn. r.veii nn
. ntiid n.id.i chance
i. I f.ic c.Mirne of
i'.'iij at yuiir best
miNER BROTHERS. RED CLOUD.uNEBRASKA.
For the speedy and permanent euro of
tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Cham
berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without nn equal. It relieves the itch
ing and smarting almost instantly mid
its continued use effects a permanent
cure. It also enrea itch, barber's itch,
scald head, sore nipples, itching piles,
chapped hands, chronic soro eyes rind
Dr. Cndy's Condition Powders for
horses nro the best tonic, blood purifier
and vermifuge. Price, 25cents. Soldby
B & M. R.Y
11K1) CIAJl'J), SKttll.
S'l. J OK
S'l. LOUIS and
nil points cast and
SALT LA KK C'i
and nil point''
TIIAIW LEAVE AH rOI.I.OWH:
No. 80. KrclKht. dully oxrcit Minilny
for Wvinoienml nil point eiiht 8-00 ii.m
No. 10. lWuiiKor. dully t'T.M' ,'"t'
u'inik,iu clii-. Atrlili-nn. st.
I.oiiIh hiiiI all iointn enM ami
south - 10:20n m.
No. 14'i, AiToiiiinoilHtlmi, dull) exruiil
Sunday. IIih-IIiikh, Ornnil Is
hind. IiliiPk lllus mid mII
points In tho noriliiu'ft I : l p.m
So. III. Aecominodiitlnii. dally est opt
Siindav. (Hicrllu. Kaiisiin. and
Intermediate stations via Up
rrolghi, dallv, Wyinoro mid
St. .loo and Inlerinedlnto
Junction point - 18:10p.ir.
f'relKlit. dally for ltopnbllcnn
llrlnm- (Ixlorilnllilnll liolnt"
No. lf. 1'iunuiiKcr. dally. Denver, nil
points in Colorado, I tali and
Sleeping, dining, and reclliilux chair ear?
(mils freoj on through trains. Tickets sold and
biigKiigo checked to any point In the I nltcd
Slates or Canada, ,
For Information, time tables, maps t tickets
cull on or address A, Coiiow. Vgeni. lied
Cloud, Nebr. or J. I'mnrls. c.ttncial In sengei
Agent Omaliii. Nebraska.
480 acres north of
East half of section 215 and north
west quarter of section 23-lM-l.
About 300 acres in cultivation,
tinu pasture fenced separately,
Will Rent Very Cheap.
Also lands iu Nebraska and Iowa
fur sale cheap on small cash pay-iiicu'..-,
balance on loii time.
Council HI u IV, Iowa.
HetDM) and bttctlflci tht tulr.
Promote lutur.ont trowth.
NeTcr rll. to llr'toro Qry
Cum tc.lp chiriKt U lia.r lilllDC.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
City and country calls promptly an
swered thy or night.
NIGHT CALLS AT OFFICE.
Okkick ovkk Cottino's Dnuo Stouk.
J. S. EMIGH,
IF YOU WANT IT.
CronD Bridge Work or Teeth Without Plates.
And nil tho latest Improvement Iu dental mecU
AHOBNEV and COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Extract of Beef
Tullu (; how to picpnio mni.y
"" iiriiiiiti and dclicliiiit dishe l
iIk l.lvl'K l !'' Hox a.IH NiwYork.
Chlrbrilrr'a EnslUli Dl.raonil Ilrnii.
Many People Cannot Drink
eotree m ulRlit. It spolli, tlicir sleep. You can
ilrlnk nriilu l) when you plensu nml sleep llko
atop. Kor (IrnlnO dots not stlroiilnle.it nonr
IhIicn, cheers and feeds. Yet It looks and
tnitcH like coiTeo, For nervous pcrbonn, yonnt?
people mni children Drnln O Is n perfect drink,
Mmlo from pure Kralns, Get a pnckHK'o from
ourKroeer today. Try It In pjaco of coffee.
15c and 'c.
l.rvrvlmily Sujb to.
Cr.'-cnrotrt C'audv CnUinrtie, tho mot., won
. in ful inoilicul discovcrv of tlio a'o, peas
ant and rotrotliiii" to tlio tti-a-, act gently
and positively nn klilnevs, liver mid IiowoIb,
clcanilnu tlio ontlni svstcm, dispel colds
cum lioininclio, fovor, liiibitiitil 'outlintlon
nml blllnnsni'Hs. lMeuso bur unit tr," a box
of U. C. (J. tn-tluv; 10, -'., Ml ivnis. hold and
Ktiarautoed to euro by all druaBJsts.
tf1llnl mmA llnlv flntllnfu
kre, ilwtj rvlltblu. udiii aik .
Diuiclit for ChUkultr. JWx'i liU-f
mtmaiframlia UC4 moa (.tauciuuix
boici. traua wim muc num. imwe
In iunip Ibr ptrtlovtiwi, irstlmonlali uj
"lUUef far Cmilr."titltiiir.b rrlam
MftlL IUiUUU iminwiii.1.. flum, mfrr,
Special attention to Commercial and
KKU CLUUI), NEHItAS iA.
jjjo.v aok jo o.iujit).) 0.1 ApjiiiOM SuniJls
booappv 'ODij 0duaa pirn ispiooti pool
uwcnSoano JJoPo,:'sisiS'3njp uv 'fluoim
uam nak soutii 111111 'jrjo jnptio. oip 'ova
o.T.-OM mtl 'aoA pun imjmi ojh jo ii) 'oiibu
jsuui oq 'jaAOjoj puu a'suo 03jui0 lino oj,
i:uv oji'f Jno annuijj puu )ils oJJtiioi i.nou
Kdnciito Your IIoitoIh Ullh CuncnrniK.
in?'"illy f;!ty,iirU" V"10 lonstlpmloii foroer.
IQo.V. If o. 0.0 full, ilniKKlsih refund innnoy.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking PowUci
A'o d' PflJr Highest Muurr
PRINCIPAL CITIES OF
W1QNER BUFFET SLEEPERS
KATY CHAIR CARS
OPERATED BY THE COMPANY.
r.iin( wHinr in iisf Fins.
CiuRb8yrup. Tmici (ImmI. Uw
In II in ii. Hiilil hr (Iruiiii lt.
tiivrati. and Trade-Markj obtained and all Pat
ent business conducted for Modcbatc Fees.
our orricr ia oppoitc u. b. patent or rice
and we can secure patent m less time loaa toosc
remote from WoshfnKton. . . . , (
Send model, drawing or photo,, with descrip
tion. We advise, 11 patentable or not, free of
charge. Our fee not due tilt patent is secured.
A Pamphlkt. ',ow ,uv"n'w" '"'" "'"'
cost of same in the U. S. and foreign countries;
sent free. Address,
rr r"lni vrnvn wnwrii will vt w
AIRWAYS ON TAP.
NOTWKIOF SI'KIUFF'S SALE.
Notice In herebv kIicii Unit niiiloranil hy
Irtno of nn execution iMiticd from tlio olllcn of
the clerk of tlio district court of thoTenlli lu
illcliilillMrlct In nml for Wpiivtori'oiiiit), No
hrnhkti. upon n JiiilKincnt uxIMIiik therein In
fHMir of tlio Parry MiinnfactnrliiK Coiiipiiny mni
HKHlliht II, SV. Oiilllforil, for lliu nuiii or itiMlli'.
iih Interest nml rostH, I hIihII offer for imliiiii
pnhllo vendno nt tlio ciiM itnor of Hum unit
i.i tn I'.id Wouil In mlil Wcl'tirtnni I,,
Ni'lirriBlcH. on tho tenth ilny of Mnrch, h(m, n I
ono o'clock p 111. of wild ilay tho following itn
crino(i property 10 wii:
Lot ono In lilock ono of William nitillllnn in
tlio town, now city, or ilea uiumi, w'iil'f
tllven nmler my ImmI IIiIh 7tli ilny nf I't'lilli
nr, IK.S. I.. II. vni,i, fihnitir
lly II I' lll'T'lll-OH, llllplll)
'11 I'll Vl llT ! I 1
You Can Buy
land nJJolnlnir ihafroo liomcsitead lands
of Canada, Irom Wa to Ej per acre.
Never wan tliem micli nit oppof.unity
oITcrcil to nctlleiH, Spcci.il ndvnntages
Kiveii to llioao i;oiiir to nettle. Western
Canada In ruplilly flllliifj up, as new
dltitrlcm hi tlio whent and cold belt are
belii opened, Bchools, Churches,
W. V. BENNETT,
New York Lite Bldfl.,
. rtwwmmmwaitrM&Mmi-wniii,iii' vmm
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