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mifi RED CLOt CHIEF. KK1DA1. APRIL, t. lftltf,
life, etirecil with ca
tnrrli, in u common
t'ver heroic tlio
light catturli gen-
( urtilly whin.
iiiimo or other
itgi-tH the best
of ii.m. IVimlc 10.
Tex., nnd thou
hands of otlior.s
3wto boon permanently cured of catarrh
"by Dr. Hortmiin'ri miccewifiil remedy
rc-ru-na. Hero 1h Mr liignllr,' letter:
Dr. S. B. Ilartman, Columbus, O.
Dkir 8m:" Pe-ru-nannd Mnn-a-lln
Ihavo cured mo of one of the wontt cubes
of catarrh any one over had. My caso
wu bo uevcro that I wan compelled to
4iaoonthiu my buHlncsH, thai of con
4uotor on a trailrood; but I am sow
Ordinary treatment of catarrh is for
focal relief. Cures are not expected.
Dr. Ilartman'fl method eradicates ca
'Urrh absolutely. (Jet his latest book
taad learn Jiow to combat thin insidious
-flUeae. The Pe-ru-na Mcdicinn Co.,
'Columbus, O., will mail Dr. Ilartman's
tfeooks free on application.
II. A. Scott, Hurt, Tcnn., writes:
"I feci very thanhful to my Maker
tand your great medicine that I am
cured. I would not be without Pe
ruana in the house."
Po-ru-nii lias been curing catarrh for
forty years. It plucks out the roots
of catarrh and builds people up. All
druggists sell it.
Frazer Axle Grease
i Ai2awnHBWIiRDiu,j,,r oE
KW.D EVERY WHIjRnO
.ailr J"Z-T." A. &.'
"AC TWICfc STSi
Not affected by Heat or Cold.
Hlfhart Awards at Cuntennlal,
lasr. t)iiu nwriw air
t rrirwxn Luonibdiun uui
rMMflN WlSHjJVt 4VMf NOT TMIm
"bare- aaol yoar valaakle CA8CA
KBTS and and them perfect. Couldn't do
without thorn. I have used them foraotnc time
for IndlgoNtlou and ulllousmns and am now com-
81elely cured. Kccommcnd them, to every one.
nco tried, you will never bo without them In
too family.'1 Knvr. A. Maui, Albuny, N. Y.
TWAOI MANN HMD
,,"l'fint. Palatable. I'ownt. Taste (Imxt, Ito
Uood, hover Slrt.cn. Weaken, or Urlie. lUc,c, SUc
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
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COMPLETE LISTS. OF
Iii the Agricultural
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cllmati-. Tam ami rallmail lati'i low Tin- Mimic
aula flllor.' oltlrlal iiHirt aj "Wram iim.t Im
l.rtwMl by the ureal iiirrirultiiral wcaltli ,if the vat
nnrlrr rt-arliliiK from Die I... r iii niouuuiii.i'a.t
ward to U liinli't-u'. Ttii a.t ami rich agricultural
arra onrn thd icrpatr.t cuMlblo lnilun'innitnlioiiH.
Mtkrr.an.l liilf,n i Imsyimio ono of Die ilrhcil
rrllnnaof the North Anif rlcn rontlnrnt."
Information ran Ik had on a)lratlon to Mupt. of
lminlliatliii ia. t . "
nuiriimH, .I'liiMim mill Inn i',H, Hib.I lif i
iinuKHintlfll, WU"l,i,iniUlt Of
W. V. BENNETT.
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CaveaU,and Trado-Marka obtained and all Pat
ent busineuconducted (or Moderate Fees.
n tin nmecia opposite U, S. PATCNTOmett
andwocanaecure pattotia leu timo than tbuacC
rtmota from WaihuiEton. ,
i Sod model, drawing or photo., with dcKrlp
tlon. Wa sdvUe, 1( patentable or not, Irto o('
rh.rtm. Our fen not duo till patent Uaecured.
5 iMniin "How to Obtain patents" with
SeoU ofaamoln the U. S. and (ortisn countries
Stent Ifce. Aourcu,
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mm ut Bmer. UABHINOTON. D. C.
in time. Bold by druwhua. . BTl
IH?"t-r, OUT AT THL ALTAR.
IXnvt A Younp; KiiRlUhwomnti Tliwarfrd
)trr Fathnr'a MnlrlmnnUl I'1mi.
If all tho young women were like
MIrs Amy Lambert lOvccJd bo n train
ing to parents in tho way they should
pr Mr. Lambert, tho father of
Miss Amy, was a signaler in tho
iroveriiment tciegrnph ofllcu nt Alia
habad, India. Probably hn hnd been
Inilueiiced by what lie fiaw f llfo in
India. At nny rate, hn regarded his
daughter much ns ho did tho telegraph
instruments in his ofllec. With those
ho pressed a button and it recorded
whatever he wanted it to. Ilo cx
pectod Miss Amy to do tho f.nmo.
Plnnlly Mr. 1'aswina, i. dusfty gpiitlo
man In the employ of a native prince,
met tho daughter of tho slgnalur, and
iho pleased him. Hho was so eminent
ly satisfactory to his fancy that ho
forthwith announced to her father that
ho wished to marry her.
The telegraph operator thought it
over. Court gentlemen, even If rather
swarthy ones, wcro not to bo had every
day, and it behooved the father of a
family of daughters to allow poMlblo
wooers to come early and often. So
he announced to Miss Amy that her
future was antanged for and to pre
pare for the wedding on such and such
a day. When the astonished young
woman recovered from her suprise she
assured her father that sho liked not
tho rajah's brunette courtier, and that
to tho best of her knowledge) the wed
dtng would not como off. Her father
pooh-poohed this outburst, told her to
draw on him for all she needed for a
suitable trousseau, and took himself off
to drink with his future son-in-law.
Then it was that Miss Amy Lambert
made up her mind as to a course of no
tion. During the succeeding weeks,
nlthough she repeatedly and decisive
ly told her father that she could not
and would not bu happy with Mr.
Passana, she nevertheless, Hurting that
no heed was paid toiler remonstrances,
Joined with Interest in tho prepara
tions for the wedding. At last tho day
of tho ceremony arrived. Miss Amy
Lambert, dressed in a beautiful new
grown, and with a plensant conscious
ness that she had more new clothes at
home than sho had ever dreamed of
possessing all nt once, rodo to tho
church in company with her father,
who, beholding her placid and satisfied
face, told himself what a wtao father
no had bacn.
"AH one needs," said tho telegraph
operator to himself, "Is a littlo firm
ness. Silly girls should never bo al
lowed to have their own way in these)
And all tho time the bride-elect
amlled softly to herself, as if her
thoughts wcro peculiarly pleasant.
The clergyman, Rev. 11 rook Dcedcs,
thought he had never seen a happier
looking couple uud began tho cere
mony with the warm expectation of a
goodly fee. Ho bowled merrily along
until ho reached the question: "Will
you havo this man to bo your wedded
husband?" lie expected a faint "I
will," but was almost paralyzed to re
ceive an emphatic negative from the
young woman, who at the same time
handed him a document setting forth
some of hor objections.
Of courso tho wedding did not como
off. Tho guests dispersed in various
directions, somo of them going to con
dole with tho determined young worn
nn'n father, who was expected to bo
much downcast. Strange to say, how
over, ho was so delighted with his
daughter's strategy that ho was qulto
hilarious ever tho affairanddidnotoven
begrudgo her tho ilno new wardrobe
sho had acquired. What became of tho
bridegroom history (in tho shnpo of
tho Allahabad News) docs not record,
but after this ho will probably not at
tempt to marry an English girl ngainst
A BEAR'U REVENGE.
Au Oid tlrlizly 1,1 ca In Walt for tho I'oa-
Mr. Thcodoro Roosevelt, writing of
grizzly benrs in his book, "Tho Wilder
ness Hunter," relates a story told him
by Dr. Merrill, of tho United States
army. "A remarkable incident," Mr.
Uoosevolt calls It. Dr. Merrill, in
company with un old hunter, wus fol
lowing an elk trail In a deep, narrow
On turning a corner of tho canyon,
the two men wcro charged on by an
old she grizzly, m eloso that It waa
only by good luck that one of their
hurried shots disabled her and wnt her
tumbling over a bank, where sho was
They found that hho had been lying
curcetly across tho game trai! on a
hiuooth, well-beaten patch of bare
earth, which looked as If it had been
.lug up, relllled. and trampled down.
Rxiuninlng this patch curiously, they
saw a bit of hfdo onlv nnrtlnllv v
eredatono end, and on digging thu
found tho body of a well-grown grlv-V
cub. Its skull had been erus!u-'. anil
the brains licked out, and there were
signs of other Injuries.
Tho hunters pondered long over this
strange discovery, and ha.ardod many
guesses as to its meaning. At last they
decided that probably tho sub had
been killed ami its brains eaten, cither
by somo old grizzly or by u cougar,
that tho mother hud returned and
driven awny tho murderer, and that
she had then buried tho body and lain
abovo It, waiting to wreak her von
Seance on tho flrst passor-by.
SttltiiK AVwt Still Uaeil In truiic.
In France sealing wax has by no
moans gone out of uso as a conse
quence of the introduction of gummed
envelopes. There is even a sort of
code or language of sealing wax
among fashionable people. White
s-allng wax is chosen for communica
tions relating to weddings, black for
obituaries, violet for expressions of
sympathy, chocolate for invitations to
dinner, red for business, ruby for en
gaged lovers' letters, green for letters
from lovers who live lu hopes, and
brown for refusals of offers of mar
rlnge, while blue denotes constancy,
yviiun jemousy, paie green reproaches,
and pink Is used by young girls and
Tho church is ready for regular ser
vices and tho pastor wfll upon his
third year's work with appropriate
services on April Oth.
Services each Lord's Day as follows:
Morning service at 10:30.
Hiblo school, 12m.
Junior Christian Endeavor 3 p.m.
Hi.'Llor Cht iHtiiin Endeavor (1:45 p.m.
Evening service at 7:110 o'clock.
A cordial invitation is extended to
li. A. Mussono, Pastor.
Services next Sunday as follows:
Morning service at 10:30. Subject,
"The Dark Clooud That Hangs Llko a
Pall in Our Nation's Sky."
Sunday School at 11:30 a.m.
junior Lieaguo at 4 p.m.
Senior League at 7 p.m.
Evoulnft aorvico at 7:80.
Prayer mootinp; on Wednesday ovou
Ingat7:80. Ladiea Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All aro most cordially invited to at
tend. Jahrs Mahk Dahuv, Pastor.
Services next Sunday us follows.
Morning services at 10:80.
Sunday School nt 11:45.
Juniors meeting at 8 p.m.
Young People's Union incuts at 7
Evening service at 7:30.
General prayer and confurenco meet
ing Wednesday evening at 7:80.
All cordially invited. Sents free.
Isaac W. Edson, Pastor.
Regular services next Sunday as fol
lows: Morning service at 10:30.
Sunday School at 11:45.
Young People's Socioty of Christian
Endoavor at 0:80 p m.
Evening services at 7:20.
Mid-week prayer mooting and con
ference Wednesday evening at 7:80.
All cordially invited to attend these
Frank W. Dkan, Pastor.
Farmer's Club Offer,,
Money spent for books and nauors is
never thrown away. What do you
want to read this your? Fol owincr is
a good club list which will civo vou all
the county, stato and national news
and also moro good farm news than
was over odored for tho Drico. For a
limited tiino we will send Tiik Chief,
giving all the county news; tho Omaha
tl f i i i i t it.
TvuoKiy uee, giving an mo sinto hows;
tho Chicago Weekly Inter-Ocean, giv
ing all the national and foreign news:
'Iho Homestead, cno of tho best farm
papers published; iho Poultry nrmor.
devoted to tho interests of poultry ex
clusively; Special I" armors Institute
Editions of tho Homestead, devoted to
discussions of various farm topics;
tanners Mutual Insurnuco Journal, a
paper published in thu interests of co
operative insurance among tho farm
ers, anil Tho Humane Alliance, a mag
azine devoted to tho cause of hiimano
education, tho eight papers ono year
for the sum of $3.3X cash in advance.
Thi b is as good and as cheap an oiler
ever made and will last only a limited
timo. Tlio subscription prico of these
eight papers is SC.bO per year, but wo
will, for a limited time, sund them ono
year for $2.25 cash in advance.
Statu ok Ohio, City ok Toledo, )
Lucas County PS
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho
is tho senior partner of tho linn of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in tho
cuy ot ioiedo, county and stato afore
said, and that linn will pay tho sum of
Ono Hundred Dollars for each and
every ease of catarrh that cannot bo
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Chunky.
Sworm to before me and .subscribed
in my presence this Gth day of Decern-
'. i. A. W. Guiason.
(M'-ai.) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of tiit system.
bond for tef tunonials, free.
l' J. Ciienky & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
Don't Los any Time About It. f l
If you expect to go west this spring
ask the nearest Burlington routo
itgont about tho specially reduced rates
now in effect to Montana, Utah, Cnli
fornia, Washington and Oregon points.
Ask about them right awaytoday.
Thoy may be withdrawn at any mo
ment. Through tourist slooping car
sorviuti to San Francisco, and Lok An
geles every Thursday; to Butte, Spo.
kane and Seattlo overy Tuesday and
Thursday. J. Francis, General passim
ger Agont, Omaha, Nob.
- .- 1111 n .
Regular examinations for pursous
desiring to toaoh in Webster county
aro uoiu in mo superiuiouuent's olllco
at Red. Cloud, tho third Saturday in
Eva J. Cask, County Supt.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Taku Laxativo Uromo Quinino Tab
lota. All druggisUi refund money if it
fails to euro. 25c. The gonuino has
li. B, Q. on oaok tablet.
Throti.'h TeHirlit Sltcpcr to Northweit.
The Burlington Ron to has established
a twice-n-week tourist car line from
Kansas City to Butte, Spokane, Taco
ma and Seattlu. Cars Icnvo Kansas
City, Lircoln and Grand l-dand uvury
Tuesday and Thursday, ariiving at
Seattle following Friday and Sunday
They aro upholstered In rattan. Tho
beil linen and (uriii.ihii gs aiu clean
and of good quality. The heating, ven
tilating and toilet arrangements are all
that can bo tle.iired and each car is in
charge of a uniformed Pullman porter,
wlui'.e sole duty is to attend to the
wantsof passengers. Cars run through
without change of any kind and tlio
berth rate from Lincoln to Tacoma or
Seattle is only $5 00, To intermediate
poiutr it is proportionately low. Mon
tana and taxi Ptiget Sound country aro
now enjoying a period of unexampled
prosperity. As a consequence, travel
U the northwest is rapidly attaining
large proportions. This now tourist
car-lino has been established with a
viow of caring for tho Burlington's
share of it in the best possible manner.
Berths, tickets and full information
can be had on application to any Bur
lington Route ticket agent or by ad
dressing J. Francis, G. P. A. Omaha,
A Good Club Offer.
All our farmer readers should lak
iidvnntago of the unprecedented club
bing offer wo this year mako,
which includes, with this paper, Tho
Iowa Homestead, its Special Farmers
Institute editions, Tlio Poultry Farmer,
Tho Farmer's Mutual Insurances Jour
nal and tho Humane Alli:inco. The
subscription price of these live publi
cations amounts to 12.80, while our
paper is $1, a total of $3 80. Wo aro
prepared to send thorn all, includhg
our own pnper, to any farmer in
tills county for $1.45, which is only 45c
moro than our own subscription price.
Never boforo was so much superior
reading matter, of the most practical
and useful character offered for only
91.45. Tho iirst four of tho papers
named aro so well known throughout
the west that but littlo need bo said of
them. They commend themselves to
tho readers favorablo attention upon
mere mention. Tho Humane Alliance
is devoted to humane education and
should be in every farmer's family, so
that tho boys and girls on the farm may
early imbibo tho principles of a broad
humanity that shall include all God's
creatures, and learn tho wickedness
and brutalizing tendency of cruelty of
all kinds. Take advantage of this
Does Coif ee Agree With You?
If not, Drink Grain-O made from
puro grains. A lady writes: "Tho lirst
timo I mado Grnin-0 I did not liko it
but after using it for ono week nothing
would induce mo to go back to coffee."
It nourishes and foods the system. Tho
children can drink it freely with great
benefit, it Is tho strengthening sub
stance of puro grains. Get a package
to-day from your grocer, follow the di
rections in making it and you will have
a delicious and healthful table beverago
for old and young. 15 uud 25c.
Shake Into Your Shoes.
Allen's foot ease, a powder for tho
feet. It cures painful, swollen, smart
ing, nervous feet, and instantly takes
the sting out of corns and bunions. It's
tho greatest comfort discovery of the
ago. Allen's Foot-Ease makes tight or
new shoes feel easy. It is a cure for
sweating, callous and hot, tired, aching
feet. Try it today, bold by nil drug
gists ard shoo stores. By mall for 25c.
in stamps. Trial packago free. Ad
dress, Allen S. Olmstead, Lo Roy N. Y
After you have concluded that you
ought not to drink colTcc. It is not a
medicine but doctois order it, because
it is healthful, invigorating and appetiz
ing. It is mado from pure grains and
has tha . rich seal brown color ami tastes
liko the finest grades of coffee and costs
about i as much. Children liko it and
thrive on it becausr it is a genuine food
drink containing nothing but nourish
ment. Ahk jour grocer for Grain-O,
tlio new food drink. 15 and 25c.
Rheumatism',Cured in a Day.
"My; .ic Cure," for rheumatism aud
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days,
in action upon tho system is remark
able and mysterious. It removes nt
once the cause and thu diseaso imme
diately disappears, Tho lirst dose
greatly bonetits; 75 cents. Sold by H.
E. Grice, druggist, Red Cloud, Nob.
BE00MINO A M0THE1.
A. Sara Way to Avoid Danger.
Every true woman wants to boa
mother. A baby is the dream of hor life
tho crowning glory of womanhood
true happiness can never bo known
without the blessings a child brings.
Yet the ordeal through which all
mothers must pass is so full of pain,
anxiety and fear, that many a young
life is sacrificed because of the inability
to undergo tho struggle of childbirth.
It is not necessary to suffer in bring
ing new life into tho world. By the
uie of "Mother's Friend," the suffer
ing and danger can bo avoided, and
the hour robbed of its dread and ualn.
This remedy is praised by thousands
who have tested it. Every woman is
anxious to learn how to avoid the
pain and suffering which may be in
store for her. The littlo book, "Before
Baby is Born," will be sent free to any
address upon application to the Brad
Hold Regulator Co., Atlanta, Georgia.
When my son George was
14. he was stricken with a ter
rible nervous affliction Phy
sicians nor medicines helped
him He lost his speech use of
limbs and could hardly swal
low food Before he had fin
ished a bottle of Dr. Miles'
Nervine he could talk and eat
well, and 5 bottles cured him
Mri. Julia O'Oonnor, Fulton, Ky, 9P
is sold by all druggists on guarantee,
first bottle benefits or money back.
iiook on heart and nerves sent free.
Or. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
March 7lh and 21st, April 4th ami
18th, and May 2d and lOili, 1809. To
points in Aiizotin, Arkansas, Indian
Tei ritory. Rate of one faro plus $1 fot
round trip, finnl limit of all tickets is-
21 days from dato of sale.
A. Conovek, Agent.
Red Cloud, Nub., March 9, 1801).
Deanty ! niood Deep.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Cascorots, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
stirring up the lazy liver and driving all im
purities from the body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boils, blotches, blackheads,
nnd that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets, beauty for ten cents. All drug
gists, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
Duu't Tobarro Stilt ami Smoke 1 uur Mfe Anaj.
To quit tobacco onsllv nml forever. te mag
netic, lull of llfo, uervo una ltfor, taUu No-To-ll.ic.thoivomlcr-wurltrr,
strong. All dniRKlstM,f.0oorli. Cure Guaran
teed. Uooklct, anil sample free. Address
Sterling llemcdy Ca, Olilciieo or Now Vorlt
$100. Dr. E. Detchon's Antl Dieuretic.
May be worth to you more than 110) If you
have n child who soils bedding from inrontcn
cneo of wutcr during lecp. f'ure old and
youne alike. It arrets the trouble nt once. fl.
Sold by C. I.. CottliiR, druKRlst, lted Cloud, Neb.
Relief In Six Hours.
UlMrusftliii; kidney and boddcr ill-on-cH re
lieved in Mx huiiM by "New Oreal South Amerl
run Kldncr Cure." It Is h ureat tmrprlse on ac
count of Iih exceeding iironintuciix In relieving
rmjn In blnddcr. kidney nnd back, In male or
fcmiile. IfellevcK retention of water almost
Immediately. If you .vhiii iiulck relief nnd
euro this l the remedy Sold by C I.. Cottlng.
drugglM, lted Cloud, Neb.
To Cure Coiittliutluii Forever.
Tako Ciscarets CanUv Cathartic. 10c orSSc.
It C. C. C. fall to cure, druggists refund money.
A'o-To-Muo for Kirtj Ci-ntH.
niinr.uiieeil tobacco huhlt euro, tmil.ci weak
llicti strum?, blood pure. t00 tU All driiirglslft
No-To-lloc for Fifty Cent.
Guaranteed tobacco habit euro, make wenk
men Htromj, blood pure. 50c, It. All druggists.
EdncntoYour llnnrols Vltli Caicareti.
Candy Cathartic, euro constipation forever.
10c, 25c. If C. C. C. f all, druggists refund money.
rMuratn Your lliiwrl Willi CiiHriirnta.
Ciiiuly Cathartic, curn constipation former.
lOc.iSc. If C.C.C. fall, druggists refund money
Anyone tending a (ketch and deacrtptlnn may
qutcalr ascertain our opinion free whether an
tnrentlon la probably patentable. Comraunlea.
llonaatrtctljr confidential. Handbook on I'atenU
ion ii pronaoiy paientaoie.
eniiree. uiaeai agency roraecunng-uaienta.
asenoy for aecurlnir uati
l'aleata taken through Munn Co. receive
tpttuunotue, without cliame. In tho
A handsomely llluttrnted weekly, targest ctr
dilation of nny nclentlOo Journal. Tonus, 13 a
yean four months, f U Bold by all newsdealer.
MUNN & Co6'8"'- New York
Drancb Office, SB F BU Washington, D. C.
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arc, al.j. return. taDitsaik a
Drmrlal tor CkUXuttm rnatuM Pio-M
mtmjBrmnJ la lied aad OUJ u.ulUeYlay
UtM. Mld vlia M: ribbon. TaVeV
noa-iaaih Jtiut ilimmi-nM. MiAilifi V
ALWAYS ON TAP.
Chimney brick, x
ltrestj with too whether you eontlnoe thf
reraoTfls me aeaire ror lODacco, wiyv
tine, porlflea the blood. ro-ifjM 1 L MrMMJ .
lorra io. nianaofju.WBaa m m ajpp- wo boxes
roakoi you t,ongT I I lMw;0id. 400.000
In health, neryeiaWsM U If lVMescurrii7lluy
nl POCiet-atYH- MVNO TlKllAO from
book. J-TalaF! AsW-jour own druinrlit.whr
awlll Touch forui. Take It with
p boi,l, usually cures) 3boics,JM,
iruarantrerl torurr. nr ., r.fnnrf mnn.w
fiurilas H.i4j l. Uliat, BMirtat, I, I,,,.
For tho speedy and permnnent cure of
tettor. Hllh rlipmn nnd ui.miii Ol, ,
borlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is
without nn eiinal. It relioveH the itch
ing and smarting nlmont instantly and
iw Luuuuueu uho eucciB a permanent
enro. It also enroa Ifn), Imr),.'. Jr..i,
BCnld head, nnrn nlnnlno Unlilnn. nlle
chapped hands, chronic sore eyeB and
(jiauuiaivu iiuo. "
l)r. daitv's ririHKfnn iojAMn ...
hnrneft nrn tlm Vmaf fnnln Viln.v.1 .r.ia-
andvermlfnge. Price. 25centa. 8oldby
II"" lEIIVE KSTORER I
' tai. sot r all miisia !., .
ayiawi mum. nsaf C . h.rturnraaaa
wl.a rorlt4. Ml u Dr. UU. LU. B.llraa i
U.Ulnle of Mnrtn, all Areh Bt,. rtlUtltlpala. ra.
E. U. OVERMAN,
ATTORNEY - TtT - L.TOnl.
Office orer Post Office.
Dot's ti guniii'iil law husiui'ris.
Praetiees in all court
B. & M. B.Y- ,k.
IlED CLOUD, NEJill.
S'l. LOUIS ami
all points cast and
SAL'l LAKE C'Y
nnd nil poinli
T11A1NH I.EiVK AH rOLLOWn;
No, 60. FrclKht, dnily except bunday
for wymoro otul nil point cam T:00 a.m.
No. in, PaueetiKcr, dally for tit. Joe,
Kantian ulty. Atchison, St.
LoiiIh and all point cast and
No. 144. Accomuiodatlon, dally except
Htindny. HantliiRh, Grand In
land. Itlack llllln and all
polntRlnthe northwest 1:00 p.m.
So. H3. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberlln, Unm.au, and
lntorincdlato ntatlons, via Ito
No. 01. FrclKht, dally, Wymoro and
St. .loo and Intermediate
Junction tMiltitH.. . .....13:-ir,ri.m
No. 63. Prelcht, dully for Hepuhllrnu ',
.: .V'ei,t .:;; 10:30a.m.
No. 15. I'AsseiirTer. dally. Denver, nil
points In Colorado. Utah and
No h.,1. I'rclitht dally to Oxford and
Intermediate polnti .... I ::n p m
Slceiiliiff, illnliiK, ittid ri'cllnltiR thalr car.
(ath free) on through Imltib. TIckutB sold mill
hiiKKHKu checked lo any point In the United
For Information, timo tahlci.mnps or ticket"."
?.'!', i0,v-,r n,','",', , t-piiovor, Agent, lted
('loud, Jsebr. or J. l'rancl. Ocneral 1'an.etiKer
AkoiU Omaha. Ncbrnsla.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D..
PHYSICIAN and SURGEN.
City and country calls promptly an-
swored day or night.
NIGHT CALLS AT OFFICE.
UFFIOKOVEItlilNDSEY'S MKAT MAUKKT
J. S. EMIGH,
IK TOU WANT IT.
Crown Bridge Work or Teeth Withiol Natei. l
And all the latcit ImproTement la denul tnech
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LANS.
Look Box 83. Guide Itock, Neb,
All kinds of property bought, sold anil
COLLECTIONS MADE. '
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