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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1899)
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THIS RED CLOJJD CHIEF, FRIDAY. MARCH. 8. 189.
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Oh, How Thankful
Pain Was Maddening and Hopo
Had Boon Abandoned Wondor
ful Results of Purifying tho Dlood.
"A very novoro pnlti cmno In my loft
knoo, which grow worso nnd worse, nnd
Inally n soro broko out nhovo tho knee.
It discharged n great dcnl nnd tho pain
from my thigh down wns maddening.
Largo, hard, purplonpotn appeared on my
log. I suffered In thlt way for yearn,
and gave up all hopo of over holng cured.
My wlfo whh rending of a citso llko mlno
ourod by Hood's Bnrsapnrllla, nnd niio
advised mo to try It. I began taking It
and when I had used n fow bottlcu I
found rollof from . my Buffering. Oh,
how thankful I am for this rcltof I I am
stronger thnn I havo over boon In my life.
I am In tho best of hoaltb, havo a good
appotlto nnd nm n now man altogether."
.1. P. Moons, Lisbon Falls, Maine.
parilla laths best-in fact tho Ona Truo Illood Purifier.
Heed's Pills euro nil liver llli. saconU.
w. l. McMillan.
Oat rear II 00
PUDLIBIIKD KVBKT FRIDAY
Intered at tho post offlco at Rod Cloud, Neb.i
itoond class mall matter.
Somo sicknoss from measles and grip.
Weather sotuo warmor tho past fow
Tho mooting at Mt. Hopo has closed.
Measles nnd grip wns tho cause
W. Stovons Is vory low with lung
fovor. Dr. Moranvlllo is attending
Mr. Uoovos of Guide Hock was in
Lino looking after tho Tlios. Leigh es
tate. The wintor wheat is not damaged tis
much by fioe.ing as was thought nt
Uov. James Campbell of Noith
Urntich was tho guest of Wiy. VnnDyko
Uarl Iltidd lias commenced spring
work by cutting corn stalks. Ho is
living on tho Marsden ranch.
Tho ontortainmont at Penny crook,
Dist. No. 8, has been postpoued on ac
count of measles in tho school.
Ensign W. A. Vandyke is nt Cleve
land, Ohio, in tho interests of tho sal
vation army, under Commander Wm.
Moving is tho order of tho day. F.
D. Hutchison has moved on tho Fred
Wobbormln place. Mr. Keesc and
Mra. England havo started ovorlaud
for Oklahoma whoro they will mako
their futuro homo.
Thoschooljtaught by MissSkjolvor in
Dist.39, closed this wook. Thoro nro
only six scholars of school ago in Dist.
39 this year, whllo there is forty in
Dist. No. 8.
Elinor Fonix is on tho sick list this
U. E. Thorno is ou tho sick list this
J. Aniack sold llvo loads of hogs last
N. P. Campboll shipped a load of
buitor tho other day.
Corn hit sking has been brought to a
closo by a snow storm.
lloury Smith will movo on tho Ed
Mohlcr placo in a fow days.
Boyd Munsoll is buying corn. Won
der what he is going to do now?
John Uoatichamp and wlfo were call
ora at J. 1). Campbell's on Sunday.
Say, what about tho boy that got
whipped for going to tho charivari.
Cap Houchiu has hired a hand and
expects to commence springjwork in a
Our road overseer purchased a now
buggy. Expect hu is going to look
after the roads.
The Brethren Sunday schooljmeetiug
at the now church on February 27th
was largely attended.
Mr. Middtotou moved on tho'lirst
J.D. Conynu has gone to Valisca,
Miss Nellie lion visitod with lur
parents last Sunday.
Charley Jackson has beon having a
tusslo with tho measles.
Uert Norris and family havo moved
to Decatur count. y, Kansas.
Grandpa Norris is fooling belter thin
ha has for sovoral years past,
Mr. MIddloton mado a business trip
to Nuckolls county last weok.
Prod Hon has bought aV.farm eight
miles southwest of Red Cloud.
Frank Hailoy and family expect to
movo to southern Kansas in tho noar
Mrs. Bon and hor mother, Mrs. al-
. . . . .1.1. tm.n 11... I Mfi.l mm
lor, visited wiiu tuia. .... ...
day last week,
Mr. Hardy nnd fnmilyhns moved on
tho farm which ho bought of Henry
Brubakor last year.
Will Brubakor, formerly of this
crook, but now of Heury;:county, Mis
.iouri, is horo vlsitiuR relatives nil
Dave Elliot has had quito n tussle
with tho grip.
Dr. Beck of Hod Cloud wns on our
crcok Inst week.
Mis. Mary Gruwoll has been sick n
fow days witli tho grip.
Harvey Urnhnm bought fifteen hoge
of Willie Stcfllns for t)D.
A sign "monny to loan" always at
tracts attention. Why is ItT
Tho man who joins n lodgo for aoy
material benefit usually gets loft.
It is not tho carpenter with the most
tools who is always the llnost workman.
Mrs. Jas. Fruit has had a sovoro at
tacit of grip or pneumonia but is some
Chns. Arbucklo has had tho grip
bad. Dr. McKcoby of Red Cloud wns
to see him.
C. Arbucklo has bought 1000 pounds
of wiro to fonco tho farm ho recently
Dr. MoKooby has had considerable
prnctlco iu this part during tho past
L. A. Hnskins will soon have two
carloads of hogs and oattlo roady for
Nothing sounds sillier than a conver
sation over a tolophono when you 'only
hoar one end of it.
Clark Stovons sold two loads of hogs
to Morhart & Cutter last wook. Ho
got 13.35 por hundred.
Frank Graham nnd family started
for Muscatlno, Iowa, their old homo,
on a visit a fow days ago.
Mrs. S. Potter is on tho sick list this
week, caused from taking caro of oth
er sick until she was played out.
Sovoral lots havo recently boon laid
out in Andorsonvillo nnd somo now
buildings will go up In tho near fu turo
When wo imagino wo nro having
trouble wo need only to look a little
ways to find a great deal worso than
Moving has nlroady boon commenced
in earnest. Ed Anderson and sovoral
others of Andorsonvillo and Mr. Ed
gcrlon havo gone to Inavnlo.
No thermometer on our creek regis
tered lower than ten degrees on tho 5th
while wo learn somo ran down ns low
us -II below at Red Cloud or at tho
Several in this part havo measles and
somo havo tho grip. Oscar Provalt
and mother, Mrs. Collins, Sam Mount
ford and Miss McCartner aro nmong
Dan Norris and Lon Wllmot recently
returned from Kansas City whoro thoy
took throe carloads of cattto nnd hogs.
Tho cattle sold as high as 15.80 aud tho
hogs at S3 75.
We loarn that Rovs. Howltt and
Goldsworth nro still holding a pro
tracted meeting ou Rock croekjwlth
good success, which havo continued
since thoy leftMt. Hopo.
Mr. Joy of Roamsvillo, Kansas, nnd
Miss Mjro Davis of our creek, wero
two of tho participants in a doublo
wedding which occurred nt tho groom's
homo on last Tuosday. Your corres
pondent wishes tho couplo success nnd
n happy lifo.
Mr. Pope of Bluo Hill was in town
Henry Gibbons moved to Rod Cloud
Geo. Shuck wont to Hardy on busi
Mel Sherman was in Guide Rock this
week on business.
Wo aro informod thoro will bo a wed
ding in town yet this week.
Mrs. Warren Donny living north of
town, has been vory sick, but is better.
Geo. Shuck sold his black porcheron
stallion to Mr. Cole of Nora, Nebraska.
Tho Martin livery barn changed
hands Wednesday, M. Crow taking
The last dauco of tho season nt Mor
ris's hall Wednesday night was largely
Chris Konzach is ablo to come up
town again after his sovoro attack of
Jamos Rich has concluded to movo to
Bladen instead of going into tho post
Herman Sasso shipped a car of goods
to Pawneo county, Nebraska, whoro ho
has bought a farm.
R. S. Donnoy will have a public salo
at his rcsidouco six miles north of this
place on March 10.
11. B. Hunter returned from Oborlln
Saturday. Ho report everything prom
ising in that locality.
Simeon Hall started Tuosday with a
car of stock and goods for Wisconsin
where ho will mako his futuro home.
Commercial men nro now attacked
by Crows whon they got off tho train
here, But they are tho accommodat
ing kind of Crows.
By the looks of tho implements that
ara arriving at the Peterson Implement
house and nt J. E. Mooru's thu farmers
of this vicinity ought to ho ablo to get
anything thoy want in tha line here.
Mr. Robertson, county attorney of
Rawlins county, lCntm, was iu Gttidn
Unci; Thursday looking after some
depositions that aru being taken here
iu tho case of State of Kansas vs S. P
aud J. O. Pettoys,
OPEfllflG - jM
Prices advancing on cotton goods.
Yard wide Bleached Muslin, regular 7c grade, 4c per yard.
Yard wide Unbleached Muslin 3c per yard.
Yard wide Bleached Muslin, 4 l-2c per yard.
A good Bleached Toweling 3c ter yard.
New Spring Dress Goods, dress pattern lengths, 50c
New line of Spring Wash Goods, Ginghams, Percales, Pioretines
NEW - TRIMMING - SILKS - AND - WAIST -
We are showing
SEE OUR LIFE
SPECIAL VALUES IN GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE.
Music on the Graphophone.
Fow pooplo appreoiato tho marvelous
power of tho Graphophono ns an on
tortainor. It is an instrument which,
though it costs much less than tho
least expensive musical instrument,
will enablo Us owner to havo at pleas
uro muslo of any kind from that of
tho bagpipo to that of tho great mili
tary band. It reproduces vocal selec
tions and gives ono command of ovory
pleasure that appeals to tho senso of
hearing. No investment pays such
largo returns in pleasure. Besides re
producing tho musical nnd other rec
ords mado for t ntertainment purposes,
tho Graphophono will record imme
diately aud reproduce at onco nnd as
often as is desired, your own words or
song, or any sound. By writing to tho
Columbia Phonograph Company, 720
722 Olivo St., St. Louis, Mo. you can
obtain n cataloguo that will givo full
information as to prices of Grapho
Contagious blood poison is nbsolutoly
boyond tho skill of tho doctors. Thoy
may doso a patient for yenrs on their
mercurial nnd potash romedies, but ho
will nover be rid of tho disease : on tho
other hand, his condition will grow
Btcadily worse. S. S. S. is tho only euro
for this terriblo affliction, becauBO it ia
tho only remedy which goes' direct to
the cause of tho disease and forces it
from the system.
I was afflicted with Dloml Poison, and the
best doctors did mo no rood, though I took
their treatment faith
fully. In fact, I Eccmcd
to cot worso all tho
whllo. I took almost
every go-called blood
renicdr, but they dldnot
seem to reach tho dis
ease, and had no effect
whatever. I was dis
heartened, for It teemed
that I would never be
cured. At tho advice of
n friend i then took
B. 8. 8., and began to tin-
tirovo. I contlni
medicine, and It cured mo completely, build.
Ins up my health and increasing my appetlto.
AlthouRh this was ten years aco, I havo never
yet had a sign of the disease i to return.
TV. ... .IK. HAH
It is like Belf-dcstruction to continuo
to take potash and mercury; besides
totally destroying tho digestion, thoy
dry up tho marrow in tho bones, pro
ducing a stiffness and swelling of the
Joints, causing tho hair to fall out, and
completely wrecking tho system.
W T XpUi.
is guaranteed Purely Vegotablo, and is
the only blood remedy free from these
Book on self-treatment sent free by
8wift Bpeeifl Company, Atlanttt, G,
Shoaling the Best Values Ew
Shoajn in the City.
values that cannot be replaced at 10
per cent advance.
25 patterns in Ingrain Carpets at 35c to 70c per yard made up.
10 patterns Moquettes and Brussels.
OF ODD DRESSERS at $6.90, $7.90 and $8.50 I
Bros., Red Cloud,
You Now Have
of consulting ono of tho leading phy
sicians and surgeons in tho treat
ment of chronic and nervous
disoases in this country.
Ho is woll known in Nobraska and is
reliable a3 well as ominent in his pro
fession, nnd has but few superiors in
his lino of diseases, and from reports
of tho presH, his rooms nro crowded
wherever ho stops. By tho request of
his many friends aud pntionts who
havo usually gone a long distanco to
sco him, ho has decided and nrrangod
to VISIT RED CLOUD and will bo at
Jlonday, Jlareh 6th,
ONB D7Y ONLY.
Returning ovory four weeks for six
months. Consultation and ex
aminations free to all.
B. REA, M. D.
His treatment and examinations wo
understand nro based upon new
methods, and aro similar as nro
given iu tho eastern and
southern hospitnls in
which ho has learn
ed his business,
lie treats cbroulo anil ncrvoua dlocanet, chronic
catarrh, illscfttcft of tho nyc, er, noso. throat,
nm! lutiK (ricpln, Urlf;ht'illMate, dlabcten,
liver, itomacti.constlptulciti, rheumatism chron
in female nnd ftoxuul difeeascf. noumlKla. get
ntlcn, (lliiltiem. nt'rvoiisncss, slow growth In
children and nil wnttlne illoeasex In ailulta, tie
formation, club feci, curvature of tho spine, (lis.
ease of ihe brain, parnlytln, heart dlsenscB, cc
renin, varicocele, and h)drocelc. Cnncern, tu
mor, wont aud blrthmnrkk removed
ToutiB, mlddle-HRcd und old, married or Kin
Klo men aid nil who MillVr with lout manhood,
ditvlIih ilebllltv. Miermntnrrboen. hemlnnl Iok.
e, decay, falllni; memory, weak e)en, Miuitcd
lirv'iopuiviii, li""K ni iM'iey, impoveriMicd
biood, pimples, n I to blood and skin dUcatc.
I million Imlr fnlllnv. bono nnlu. khuIIIiii-k.
i no'-' Hi o.U, iitrcr. licit (if uiurriiry, klduuy
and bli.ddcr trouble, vi'uW lnrk, nnrtiliitf urine,
' liipnntltipiu't. elect, tttrlniirf. rppnivn kr.nrnlit,,
treatment, prompt relief
Both soxes treated confidentially and
Piles, fistula, lissuro and rupturo cured
by our new method.
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