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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY. MARCH 25, 1SVJ8.
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FROM FOOT TO KNF.r
Ohio Womnn Sufforod Great Agony
From a Terrible Sore-Hcr Story of
the Cnse, and Her Cure.
l''or ninny years I wiu nllllctcd with n
milk leg, iim! few yours ngo it broke out
In n sore iiml Hiiniul from my foot to m
knee. I suffered gmit nguiiy. It would
bum nml Hull nil the time mnl dl-clinrKo
n gri'iit ilciil. My health wni wood with
the exception of thin core. 1 tried n rcnt
many kinds of naive, hut some would
lrrltntc the sore ho Unit I could Imnlly
Btntid this jmln. I could not go near the
flro without Buffering Intensely. Someone
Bent me papers containing lest linniiltiN of
cures by Hood's Hiirsnpnrlllii, mnl I told
my hiiHbniid 1 would like to try tliN med
icine. He got mu n bottle mnl I (omul It
helped me. 1 Kept mi bikini: H until my
limb wni eompletely lienlul. I etinnot
prnlce Hood's Siir-niuinllft ein.uh for the
grent beiiellt It l" Ihcii t me. It
demises the Moi.il of nil ltiiinritb tuil
leaves It rh h ii" i mi ' lir. A" na li.
EAKIN. Wli'tll' - . !.. ..
You enn l.u llootl - wirwi'HitllH ol nil
(lruggislH. Iteciire toi I onl II'ou'h.
"I, ., i-. 1 1 mi' Hi'' Iinmile l.iiiul)
Hood s rills I.,,,!,.,!!.-, pi .
rum I'liii' ii t
W. I.. Mc.MIU.AN.
JUIII.IPllKIl KVKItV KIIIHAY
Kntcn-J t the poM utticc m lied Cloud. Neb.au
loroml I'laim mull mutter.
The lied Clotul, Xch., CHIEF,
weekly, is c.ruliteil with tin largest
cirettlittion accorded to any paper in
Red Cloud or in U'clistcr county or
in the Fifth Congressional District.
Printer's Ink, July 28, JSV7.
Another colli wave Monday.
Sumo of our farmers planted pota
toes last week.
aMss Myrtle Anderson has come
hoini' to stay.
Mrs Wuaver will return to her homo
at Dauliury, this statu, next week.
Ilcnj. VnuDyUe attended the revival
meeting in Walnut creek, Dist. No. !J,
Mr Wilmot and son Leonard ship
ped a carload of fat cattle to Kansas
City this week
John Stroup and son Klmur havo
moved to Dundy county, Nebraska,
their former home.
Mr. Kgliugton of Guide Hock lias
moved into the house vacated by Jaek
Wilmot on the L. Auliushun ranch.
I i Hi M i, W I ll i h i' II
.1 I . . Ml. A 'I I lili i J
would cniiH' hiiino in a cnnilitioii that
would necessitate tin1 wearing of a
wooden overcoat, but from last ac
counts it was ail a blull'
The gossip of this niighborhof d
were highly wiought up over sepal
alien of Mr. aril Mrs. Sam (tiger a
week ago last Sunday, which wu
cniisfd bv a neighbor and a iiiule,aud
fiom the conllicting stories we lived in
daily die.id of hearing of a murder or
suicide or any other old thing The
couple .vt'ic happily icjoined through
the agency of Miles Doyle who has
won the title of parson through Ills
Dr. Fonnor'H Dyspepsia Curo
As the name implies, is simply for
dyspepsia or indigestion This prepa
ration is the prescription of one of
Amei lea's inot eminent physicians,
w ho-e wiilings on medical questions
iiv accepted as au'.lioi itj If not sat
isfactory alter ming one bottle your
money will be refunded by C. 1.. Cot-
Will Carttr is working for (5. W
Frank Sibeil is working for U. (!.
Ilattie Oluistciid spent Sunday with
A. K. Woleott and wifo went to Hiv
crton last Friday.
Alva Garner will farm with his
brother Othel thrs year.
1,. C. Olniitead shipped a ear of po
tatoes to Kansas last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ayers were visit
ing at L. C. Olmstead's Sunday.
Mr. R. I) Davis is quite sIck. He is
under tho care of Dr. L. II. Beck.
U. G. Knight has bought Mr. Mc-
Crary's fnt cattle, also bis btigjfy.
Mr. George (Jarner, assisted by oth
ers, is laying tho foundation for the
new chinch this week.
Miss Ada Hersli, the dressmaker
seems to have a great deal of work to
do for our women folks.
The latest report say one of our
young (?) men is soon to bo married.
Wonder if the report is true.
Walter Garner and family will live
with his father this summer. Walter
will live on Mr. Hurt well's place.
The weather changed about ninety
degrees in a very fuw hours Monday
night, changing from summer to win
ter. Alt McCall shipped four cars of cat
tle and one car of hogs to Kansas City
Tuesday. Mr. McCall and son and Ike
By soothing and subduing the
, pain. That's tho way .
St, Jacobs Oil
M I I I f '
The school board of Dist. No. 8 will "Vers aecompaiiieii tno stoeu
continue the school for one month
providing the teacher will teach an
James Keagle and .John Davis en
gaged in a horse race Sunday and Mr.
Keagle was thrown on a barb wire
fonce and seriously hurt.
Rev Con Hewitt will hold a setics of
meetings at Penny creek, Dist. No. 8,
in the near future, assisted by Hcv.
J. !'. Haskins of Guide- Kock, Neb.
H(v. K. W Anderson organized a
Sunday school at flcusaut Dale. The
following are theotlleers: Superinten
dent, Mr?. Koscnei nils; assistant super
intendent, Mi Aiibiiihon; secretary
and tivasuree, Miss May Uosencrans;
chorMor, Vichie Huskinc
Chiimborluin'fl Cough Romody.
This- remedy is intended especially
for coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough and iullucn.a. It has become
famous for it-, cures of thcic dUcaM's,
over a large p.ut of the civili.ed world.
The most llattering testimonials have
been leeched, givinp accounts of it
good oiU; ot the aggravating and
piiiteu! coughs ll has clued; of m
cie colds thai iiave yielded pioiuiitly
tints soothing elicits, and nt the dan
gi ion iiltuci.s ot croup it has cm cil,
ofu-ii sasiim the life ot the children.
Tin i-uciishc ue of it lor whooping
eoutfb ha siiowu Slt u robs tho (lis
c tsf of all daugeioiis eoi.seiiicnce.s. It
is i n'r.all) pii.ed by mother.s for
then children, as it never fails to etlot
a speedy cure, and because they have
(iiiiiul that itieio is not the least dan
Mr. McCrary and family left this
week for Grunt Heml, Kansas. We
arc sorry to havo them go but wish
them success in their new home.
Rhoumatiam Curod in a Day.
"Myt'.tc Cure," for rheumatism aud
neuralgia radically cures in 1 toil days.
Its action upon tho system is remark
able and mysterious. It removes at
once tho cause and tho disease imme
diately disappears. The lirst doso
greatly benellts; 75 cents. Sold by 11.
K. Grice, druggist, Hed Cloud, Neb.
Uev. lllackwcll preached at New Vir
ginia last Sunday.
J. C. Wilson has commenced :o
build a new frame barn.
Krcd l.unbrcdit contemp'iAten build
ing a new fiaue house in tho iicirtu-
Mr. Chevalier got his linger c.uiglr
in a corn shclld and cut it oil' one ilu
Mr Itergman shipped sew-rul head
of fat cattle to Kansas Cuy the last of
the week. '
M.s .J. 15. 'iVisieurwr of Otto wasi
visitiui! her mother, Mrs .J. Mean, lhc
first ot the week.
Mr lliiyutoii of Illinois was hero the
tirt ot the week looking after the in
terests ot his tin in which O. V.. Uamey
Mr. llull'ett and Miss Daisv Duval of
gut in giving it, even to babies i as it omiilm were married at Kcd Cloud on
I'OlllilHIS llllllilll llljlll lllllS. OIMU OJ
Vacation next w ek.
Ksamiuatious have been w'oing on all
Miss Mary Ivimes visited last Friday
'I he Ulietorical class wrote essays as
thill' c.Mtiiilunlloti, Momluj,
Mr Albright bus been mi kind in
di tiling th high ii mil pupils in iugnig
Tho Geometry and l'h.ics cviiuin
atious have been pustpoticd iiulil the
classes hae ciunpiclcd I espcetiv. I ,
I'lane Geometry and Klectricitj.
Don't forget' Come touiglit! To the
opera house to attend the most worthy
entertainment that has been olTercd the
public kitieo last May. It is the Higli
School Kutcrtaiiiincnt. Notliing fur
ther need be said of the merits of this
The high school aro contributing
their little, toward Cuban relief In re
sponse to the enll. Mr. Kelly showed
his patriotism nnd sense of right in tin
earnest appeal and ontnused many
pupils with the same spirit. Ho ap
pointed as a connultteo to receive the
monoy, Miss McClelland, I'lUiipickson
aud Douglas Calher.
Gus Frill is bu Iding a new house.
Colds, colds, nii.rly everyone has a
11.11. llersh went to Hebron last
Will 'mu Is fLullii" forty heiitl of
Mr.Kd Farkes has moved onto the
John Devlin farm.
.Jim Hyan's family is well again aft
er a bad siege of illness.
Hon Williams' new house and barn
.show what a rustler can do.
Uoy McCall and sister, Vina, attend
ed bible reading last Sunday.
Mr. II. II. llersh will put in a num
ber of acres of wheat and oats.
Quito :i cold wave and dust storm
passed over this section Monday.
Ulblo reading was well attended last
Sunday, tuirtj-ouo being present.
Mr. Andrews has moved onto tho
place worked by Mr. Guthrio last year.
Mr. George Heaton has 10 acres of
winter who.it and will sow 20 acres of
Sunday school will begin on IJulTalo
creek April 3d. Everyone cordially in
vited to attend.
Geo. Heaton, wifo and daughter
Jennie, took dinner with I. W. Farduu
and wifo Sunday.
Ellin Williamson has been quite sick
from injuiies received from fallhi oil'
of a horse on her head.
I. W. Farduu has six acres of rye and
about the same amount of spring
wheat, and will sow fifteen acres of
Ceph Uosencrans has forty acres of
winter win at, and tbll tv-live aeies of
spring wheat and will sow about thiit)
acres of out.
.John Osboni w-ilks on Milts the-i
ihs and can sec over ordinary pi ople.
Il Is a voung mldi r wni Hilil;s ' -will
Mr. Heines i living ill the Fost
I'lio cold wave of Moiulay and Tiles
daj did not pass us by.
I) M. Jiiutei is occupying the Tee I
i evidence east of town.
William Waller has been very sick
with inllaiiiiualory rheumatism but is
Mr. White has im veil to town, and is
i.ow liv nig in his o.vn house, the old
The residence of Ira Paul is rapidly
Hearing completion. Josh Fuller is
plisteriiig for It a
A good physician would be a very
de.Mi'able resilient in Ibis vnl tge; and
iniij do si lemiineiutlve luisin .
Flunk llaile .mil family hit.i, moved
to tow n Frank is miming the c.xpie-s
M.igon lor inc Co opi la'iv s
Finn i vt Good have icci-tved ,i tick
of f-iiiii iinplemeiiis, itiel hare already
mIi1 a quaiiiity of wagons, stalk-cut tein
Our In tie vlllagi is .diovving niaiy
signs of ptiispt-i HJ, (iliil I lie lillsltless
mi ii are having their shale of pati'i -ageand
Those among us who were thinking
of going to Klondike have changed
their minds since the gentle .eplijrs of
Tuesday lloated over us
Since Dr. Hull and his family left for
their now location it: Elkhart, Ind.our
w oi thy citizens have been compelled
to grip their ailments themselves.
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nUOUllUlULlI UUHIlHlllDUU ii. netrr -.t iii or Brlnr.hiii riiu.i-hist iinluralrMulU. (siin-i
Me unci lionklft free. Ail. Ml UI1MJ IIMII III I O.. ('Iilnu-u, Mimlnnl. Inn.. or .-New lorn. !:.
We Buy to Sell,
Till NKW YEAR finds us with a
complete and up-to-date line of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry,
and SHver Plated Ware,
at popular Prices.. ()ur repairing is continuing to
give satisfaction, the reason being that we do all
work properly and give a guarantee that means
something. II we have not your patronage we
would be pleased if you would give us an op
portunity to demonstrate that what we say is true.
Now is tho time
that every ouo
should take a
spring tonio to
Byatem and pre
pare for the extra
demands of Naturo. Every spring
tho system is thoroughly over
hauled there is a general houso
clouning goiug on within. Tho
impurities) that have been accumu
lating for a year must bo got
ten rid of and tho syBteni rouo
vatod and prepared for tho siego
of summer. Unless Nature is as
sisted in this task, tho strain on
tho syntem is too sovore, and a
breakdown is tho result. Somo
neonle nenlect to supply this as
sistance, and as a result they aro
ovorcomo by an enervating, de
pressed feeling, their energies re
lax, appetite fails, and they 8ro
totally disabled for a season.
Everybody just now needs a tonic,
and Swift's Specific
is logically the boat tonio on tho
market. Tho gonoral health needs
building up, hence a tonic is needed
that is entirely harmless. S. S. S.
iB purely vegetable, aud is tho only
blood remedy that is guaranteed
to coutain no potash, mercury, or
other harmful mineral ingredient.
It is Nature's remedy, boing mado
from roots and herbs gathered
from Nature's great storehouse. It
thoroughly cleanses tho blood of
all impurities, tones up tho gon
oral health, renews the appetite
aud imparts now lifo and vigor to
tho entire system. Dangerous
typhoid fever and other prevalent
Hummer diseases seldom attack a
person whewo ays torn is thoroughly
l.nnpil im with
S. j. S. in tho
OMSIMRS IvUMBIOR CO.,
LUMBER and COAL.
J5ixilclinfc material. Etc.
red Cloud, - - Nebraska.
Spectacles! Spectacles! Spectacles!
He litti-il accurately, perfectly anil speedily hy one who can do it
LATEST (1KAUUATK OPTICIAN. I have the llncst and most complete
trial case tor tcstiiin the eyes In the valley. Am better ciinippeil for and
do the optical business oi tuts county,
than can he done elsewhere.
Will lit you butter and cheaper
A Good Alarm Clock for 75c.
When you come to buy this clock
you will lind thai I have them and
will not try to sell you something
higher priced. You will find nil 1
oiler for .sale equally cheap, such a-
ONK AND EIGHT DAY CLOCKS,
Willi do your complicated watch
work cheaper and better than it can
be done elsewhere. WIRE Initial Finger Ring, liacast Pins and Bracelets
made while you wait. Engraving done also while you wait.
Watch oxiuiiiiwr for U & M. Jeweler and Graduate Optician.
MrlBwTJWr' w mQk
x ,' - -,.
200 Bushels of Sweet
Potatoes for Sale Cheap.
I wi.sh to inform the public that I have a nice lot
of sweet potatoes for family use ami also suitable for
.seed for raising plants which I will sell very cheap.
I have the
White and Yellow
raised at my own farm lat .summer and kept for
If you desire to obtain some good sweet potatoes call on or wiite me. Farm
four and one-half miles s(,uthwct of Red Cloud on l'euuy creek. Post
ollicc address Red Cloud, NeiiraKa.
ALSO STRAWl'.KRUY PLANTS FOR SALE AT W PER THOUSAND.
11 K Grice.
Dot Saladeii shelled corn last Satur
day. Anthony Green Ims purcliuMil a new
Eveiybody bus been busy putting in
o.iti the past week.
School in Dist. No. 7. MUs Lillie
Fraver teacher, closed last Friday.
Mis Al Ferguson visited with her
parents on Wilhw creek last week.
Hi H.i, girls! Come on boys! The
parson is now ready for business at
l In- o'it stand.
Anthony Giecn and Geo. Raker are
at -word's points since lat Saturday in
K .1 (loud.
Mr .J oh u Doyle and wife of Kansas
Mi'ul his In other Miles aud famllj
Ti.tiisilay and Friday of last week.
I'nc following farmers of this neigh
hoih'xnl shelled ci.in last week. Alf
ami Dot S.ilaileu, Chas. Lewis ami
From some of the talk that has been
going the rounds of tho neighborhood
we were led to believe that loimi of
Monday by Rev. Hussong. Mr. and
Mrs. Rull'etl aro spending their honey
moon with the bride's blotter, Claudo
Duval, of this vicinity, and on Tuesday
night the boys churl varied thein. They
departed for their future homo in
Omaha on Wednesday.
mhiii In' able to I', 'lit b .Cuba.
Weliear ihnt FiniiU Siburt is going i spring. Get S
to biiihl ii new hoitc on the old Poller S. S. and he pre
place tin spjing. Tho girls unit to
look out for Frank means biiiiii--
Mr Dave Watson had quite a loss
last week. A prairie tile burned up
about thirty tons of buy and fourteen
tons of millet. The lire was c.iused
I from burning corn stalks.
pared. Sold by all
Geo Grillclh of Red Cloud was here
loe ami A. R. Saladeu .-.hi'lli'il corn
Resolutions of Respect.
Tlio following resolutions were
adopted at the last meeting of the lua
vale Pupils Reading circle.
WllKitr.As, It has pleased Our Heav
cnlv Father to lake from our niiitst
one of Ktir faithful and ln-loveil mem-
beis, Miss Eva Oral Garner, ami
WlimtUAs; Her family has sustained
so great a loss, be it
Resolved, That we extend to the be-
leaved parents, brothers ami sisters
our heartfelt sympathy and consolation
In this their hour of need.
we li.iie lost net
U villVl.ll 't'lllll IIS
ilimGicen of Itluc Hill is working uiaciniis nri'M'iice from out mhUi ve
for (Jims. R.i'ser. Ltill e aim her spirit of fniih, loM' am
m. , , , ,, , ' nalii'lice as it tit guide for our wavui'd
Mis. ( .irpenter of rndiaii creek was ,,';, h
Litlng iicic I isl w.ick. j Ri.solved, That these reMiuui.in" be
i:..oeii Mreuell of Rid Cloud was spu-ud on the iceoi'ds and U.r cnair be
t . i . l- i driHicd in moiiriiiug tor ihin, tl.ts.
,i, jag .t LesUirSun.lav. ' i ". u ... i !' .. ......v ..t ih ,..ii.mi-
vliolis In i ' ! the b. li iiM 'I ! in li
Walter Co came home lasi Tuesday
from MeCook, to speed a few days.
0.'ir Put mor and Giant Usher ol
UmI Cloud weie seen on our slicet
A veiy pleasant Mii'irise party was
given to Mr. ami Mr. McKinnej on
Wednesday evening by their many
friends of tli'.s place.
mnl that copies also be eni to Hie i'
oral t-tiiiiit niiisfo puiiih (Moil
I lie. Hohlli e, D.i 11 HUT,
S . In )i I'1. , Eililii It intli hi.
Dm a )i-isii',, Emfi'ii i lb i.iiulieiil
I- lo. ii (illlo), ll .'! llolill'i ge.
Anna ReiiUe., .loliiu.x Iti'niiiuiel.l,
Lollls Mel'lliilock, L'Z.ie Rf ak( I,
Ralph Hiiiiter,' Chuilcj Reiiki'i,
Kraiikle House, Glenn (liiiisteiid,
Elinii alrsdgM, Win. Hull'lbiwtr.
t3Kttt7.uSUJ7lls; WCJ7;X(JMX3.' u.tXVuUXiM
WITHOUT DRUGS I
A list of the discuses that can bu
OSTEOPATAY is the .science
of drugless healing. It is a means
of ad (list inn aliiioimalcoiulilioi .s
ot the body and n'stoiing lis
filiations. Osteopathy is touud
id on the principle- ot Anatomy,
Physiology, ami by skilllul ma
uipulation iliuO-tcopulli lea-jhes.
the same results obtained b
drugs without lemiug the iuj.u
ieils ell'eets'of meilleim .
I . wiyr fii A CI? nniL'lHil I
DIl'I.IIHA ii; IN
OS TBOPA TH Y,
1 1 ii.s. opelieil otll'd III tl e I ol 'li
lioiill rooms os I lie .Moiill ll.oci.,
(UP stalls), wh ie slin will gle
tuli Osteopalhie ircatmenl.
The Mlitn-lni: Jif.lst-s are ui.ccn
full)- treated by Osteopath).
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((inn. tier, Biihtc. eu urrh erl
-In.. t.iicLiU'Mi'. eiiiill.iuliii. climi ii
iII.iiiIihi .. il)'i--lii. I'l ..iih I'ss .lr.. .
h) klHIilk ilixilIM" . ill' i ,w.llMi
lililli'li 'I 'li ml! il llli'lll'i .11- . Inil'l "
I i i in iii ii ill lii iiil lui' . ill"' '
.imi-iii ilflifui iililii-i' ic nf, e..i
i,i., i.riiiieiill llirimi (lis,. v. I n
to .ii lim ii'ais lit III" i)i' licrwni.
OUIcc Hour o tn ii anil I (o 1.
? SURREYS, ETC.,
The linesi line of road vehicles vt i brought, to Webster county. Call and
evamlee them nnd cet prit whether vou wish to buy or not. A
fu'l line of all the le d u. ' -u i- h nery including
THE - FAnOUS - OHIO - CUL51VATOR.
If in i i'i 'I "t inijibiiig in tli lb ' ' ' ''cgl iw farm machinery it will pay
hi li see m before p r l yon money.
JAS. PETERSON, "Red Cloud, Nebraska.
WE HAVE NO AGENTS
11 V Si
j, Aie Vjevi,'V
lul hav ioU direct to the coo
turner for ii ynri at hol-
nn i ni, itviDft mm mi
u-iicr I prouu anipiDji-
iioero ur cximiDinoQ.
114 Uriel of VeMdei.
.'."i itjrlti tt llarncu.
rrori. IWlolto. t'arria
gu, rbaetoni, Itapi. Won
itu. Bcnu-IUad Ml Milk
Hi. IT. Bimj naraui. Pri.,ll.M. war. WMMumim
ltw4ulur.rtM. CtUlifV ll kU IU lylM.
iksCtfi JP AfMl '-
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