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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 12, 1900)
THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1900.
M Two years ago I suffered se
verely from neuralgia and pal
pitation of the heart. I was
ruble to do light housework.
Nothing brought relief until I
took Dr. Miles7 Heart Cure 3
bottles removed all trace of my
disorder and I now feel like a.
new woman. Mn, J. o. Houiton,
ISO 8. Water St., Bxatar, N. H. "
la sold by allrtruggtnta on guarantee
first botlln Wenullts or money back.
Hook on heart mid nurves sunt freo,
Dr. Mlloi Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind.
P. P. COBLE,
Jl'FICB IN JIOON' 1II.0CK.
liisuranco written on city nnd fatui
liroporty Hi lowest nitcs.
FRKD Ii. MclvliKHY, M. D.
Surgeon U. d M. R. R. ompntiy,
anil V. S. Pension Surgeon.
City mid country culls promptly tin-
swered (by or-night.
OkkigkovkhLindsky's Ml'.AT MAIIKKT
NiailT CALLS AT OPVICB.
Dr. E. A. Ckkighton,
Honorary Graduate & Silver Medalist
Western University, Canada.
OM.&S Amiwxbi Day and Nioiit.
vtvci Otni Cok' Pharmact.
J. S. EMIGH,
IK YOU WANT IT.
few. Briige Work or Teeth Without Plates.
And all the latest Improvement la dental meob
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Look Uoz S3. Qutdo Hock, Neb.
All kinds o( proporty bought, sold and
YERMAN & BLACKLEDOE
KTTORNBYS - RT - LHJnZ.
Office ever tost Otiice.
RKD CLOUD, - NEllKASKA.
DBS. SEARLES & UES
13 yenra In Omaha and
In Nerrouii, Chronic Mid
l'rlvate. DISEASES or
MEN AND WOMEN
All Private Diseuts and
DISORDERS OF MEN
eaabloa ut to guarantee to
euro nil curable cimos of
tho No-no, Throat, Chest
Htoaiach, Liver, Mood,
Skin nnd Kidney ulaoaaea
LoA Manhood, Night
Emission, Hydrocele, Vnr
leooele. QoDorrhea, CHeet. Pile. FUtula and
UocUl UWor, Dlabote and UrlgUt'a Disease
ty-$10.00(or a case o CATARRH.
RHEUMATISM, DYSPEP3IA, or
BLOOD POISON we cunnot cure It curable
lhSmlmatlcm aud CoainUatToii FREE. Uotat
treatuoat by mall iu all dlteeae n upeclilty,
All aiodlaino furnished. Call or address
with stump tor aircular, froo boo. aud reooltrte
write fraetu tady P . O. Box 224 . om
JUi Klelim-Us lilk,, 11th & O. Mut-oln, Noli!"
THE DAMOSEL OF ONE DIMENSION.
Let oilier celebrate the charms
01 ladlca (air, with flgwra ample,
Of whom tlir Mnlicrnn Ii
The Venus acnlug for example)
I itring my Ijre In pralae nf one
Who mickn no tulwar, uln pretention
To faaclnatinn ifitutisrh (he fifth,
Tl. ilamvM'l of one dimension.
The plump, though pretty, now appw.r
Hut euaraa bralde her girlish allmnasa,
Wham ram attinualhm ihowa
N'u tram nf Khutllmia or grtimieM)
Although 'tit true she'd lrcVr W;it
Tlit lyn you might tall luttl fruttl,
liar .lender form today, tiitatwna,
Hwcrlurt lh lauded line ol beauty.
I, looMng on her lowly length,
Alnmlon with aiiiarttia; iuleLh(s
My orthodox oh! piejinllw,
Moulting term lioth breadth and thickness)
How Turk) delight to feast their cjts
On fit iloth paM my comprehension'
For me the fairest woman la
The datnoscl of one dimension.
Her one dimension la enough;
The line that emulate) the willow'
Own aupple grace In better worth
Than (attend! flesh that rolls anil billows.
Hut doe my lady know her charinf
Alaa, I'm filled with apprehension
Lest antllcan transform and spoil
My damoael of one dimension.
Mary Norton Uradford In Doston Globe.
TURNED THE TABLES.
The Sarprlae Was For She Who Had
Planned to Surprise.
That surprises do not always sur
prlso thoBO for whom they arc intended
Is ouo of the peculiar things about sur
prises, and this fact wan well Illus
trated ouo day this week In an cast end
house. Tho lady of the houso received
word from a friend that Bho was com
ing out tho next day for lunch. Now,
It happened that tho next day v(ib tho
day on which tho 6Crv"it girl had her
day off, aud tho lady of tho house mado
up her mind that sho would stirprlso
her friend by getting up a nlco lunch
prepared by herself, for sho had tho
reputation when they were young la
dles of not being nblo to cook, wlillo
her friend had tho reputation of being
nn excellent cook.
The day her friend wns expected the
Indy went to market nnd laid In n sup
ply of all tho good thing's which go to
make tip it lino lunch. Sho went homo
nnd lighted the lire nnd prepared for
tho cooking, .hut then she discovered
thnt she had foi gotten to get some
fruit nml told her young daughter to
tell her friend when the Inltor cunio
that sho would be back In a few mo
ments. Sho went to tho store aud,
meeting Home of her friends, staid quite
nwhlle, forgetting how time was living.
In tho meantime the friend arrived,
and, being told thnt her hostess would
soon be home, sho went Into tho kitch
en, nnd, seeing tho good things there,
she went to work and cooked and pre
pared tho luuch. When the lady of tho
houso arrived home, sho was astonish
ed to sco tho tnblo set nnd a most ap
petizing lunch on tho tnblo. The sur
prlso sho had intended for her friend
wns n surprlso for her. Pittsburg
Warned by Thoae Abont to Die.
Camlllo Flatnmarion, In a French pe
riodical, asked peoplo to answer the
followlngqucstion: "Have you over had
while nwako tho Impression of having
seen a human being and had that im
pression coincide with tho tlmo of tho
death of that person?' Tho astrono
mer tells tho result of his Investigation
In the Nouvello llevuc.
IIo had 4,280 responses, of which
2,430 wcro negative and 1,814 affirma
tive. Of tho atllrmatlvo replies he ex
amined 782, who recited 1,120 cases, all
of which ho regards as authentic. In
his nrtlclo M. ITlatnmarlon merely gives
tho cxpcrlcnco of tho subjects as re
lated to him and does not attempt to
account for the premonitions.
It might bo said, however, that the
fact that 40 per cent of those who
wrote to him had had telepathic ex
periences does not indicate such an
average among the human family. Tho
threo periodicals whose readers ho ask
ed for Information have a largo circu
lation, and It Is safe to say that every
reader who lins had premonitions of
the death of a friend wrote to Fhtin
nittrlon, while tho others would not re-
gard It as worth while.
What Do the Children Drink.
Don't give them tea or colTue. Have
you tried the now food diiuk called
(iriiin-U. It is dulicious and nourish
ing and takes the place of colloe. Tho
more (iruiu-U you give tho children
the more health you distribute through
their systems. Grain-O is mado oi
puro gruins, and when properly pro-
pared tastes like tho choice grades of
colTce but costs about one-fourth as
much. All grocers soil it. loc and 25o.
(Irahnm SixmKe Cake,
Three eggs beaten light, one and one
half eupB of sugar, one-half cup of cold
water; add two rounding cups of (Irn
ham flour iu which lina been sifted two
teaspoons of baking powder, and one
saltspoon of snlt, flavor to taste. Heat
hard for a few minutes, then bake in n
rather quirk men Tlnntc Mni'iixltie.
Delinqistnt Personal Taxes Mast Be Paid.
Delinquent personal taxes for the
yeur 1898, lmvo been delinquent tor
soma timo and must be paid ut once,
otherwise I will proceed to collect tho
same by distress warrants.
'U.U. UOBINSWN, -
Regular examinations for pvrsous
desiring to tuucli In Webstor county
ant held in the superintendent's ofHes
at Red Cloud, tho third Saturday in
Eva J. Cask, County Sopt.
rMurnto Your Ilnwcls IVMi CaarurnU.
Ctindy Cntluuu mn tuKaUputioii iiwcrrr
t(k.,aJi., HI C C tail. ih-i-(utic w4 money
alow Ave Yui Itliliu-ji. f
Hr. lTcbli'rirocitl'IIUourciallklitiiertlI. 8m.
plo frco. Add lerllug lleucO j Co , CIUouku or X, Y.
Mrs. Bradlsh, of Detroit; Wrote
Mrs. Pinkham and Tells the Result.
LETTKB TO MRS. FINKIIAU NO. Sj.JIo
"About luo years ago I began to run
down mid toon became almost u wreck.
I lost my appi tito and begun to loso
llrsh ; my blood vtai impoverished and
I had to leave our store.
'Tho doctors gave mo 11 littlu tonic,
but I Mleadily grew worse mid consulted
another doctor. Ho helped mo in some
ways, but my hettdarhes continued, nnd
I begun to have night sweats and my
rest witfsNodisttirbed thill I would have
hysteria and would cry and worry over
business matters mid my poor health.
"Flnally.liusbuiid took mefiouth, but
with no benefit. This was u year ago;
no one can ever know what n winter of
misery I spent. Would bloat ufter
eating and was troubled with palpita
tion of heart and whites. Having read
by happy chance of your medicine, L
bought it and wrote for your advice,
and before having finished tho first
bottle of Lydiu E. Plnkliam's Vcgetablo
Compound, the hysterica nearly stopped
and I slept soundly.
' I used seven or eight bottles with
such benefit that I am as healthy as I
can over remember of being. I shall
never cease to sound your praises."-
Mns. E. M. Bradisii, 170 Due Ave.,
Mrs. Pinkham's advice is at the free
disposal of every ailing woman who
wishes help. Her address is Lynn, Moss.
Every case is sacredly confidential.
Regular sorviees next Sunday as fol
lows: Morning service at 10:30.
Bible school at 12 o'clock.
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 0:00.
Evening service- at 7:00.
Special music, at eacli service.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
Ever) body kindly invited.
I.. A. llLssoxti. Pastor.
Services next Sunday us follows:
Morning service at 10:00
Sunday School at 11:30 a.m. Con
ducted by D. 15. Spstnogk.
Preaching at Amboy at 'A p.m.
Senior Loaguu at 7 p.m.
Evening service at 7:30.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All are most cordially invited to at
tend. ltoscoE A. Barnes, Pastor.
Rogulnr sorviees next Sunday as fol
lows: Regular morning servico at 10.30.
Sabbath school at 11:45.
Preaching at Indian creek at 3:80.
Young People's Society Christian En
deavor at 0:80.
Sermon by the pastor at 7:30.
Prayer nicotine Wednesday evoning
All are heartily welcome
Frank VV. Dean, Pastor.
Weather foggy and warm.
Wm.nnd Ben, VanDyko were the
guests of J. C. Foutz this week.
J. O. Foutz has liniahed his now barn
which is 20x28 and cost him 1200.
James Watt's mother is very low.
Sho has been sick for the past eight
Rev. James Campbell of North
Branch is holding a series of meetings
at the Cat field school houso.
Mr. Reed sold 12 head ot hogs at lc.
Ho also shipped two car loads ot fat
cattle to Kansas City litis week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tabor, living near
North Branch tiro going ou a short visit
to thcirlparonts near Ciacinnatti, Chic,
in the near future.
W. II. Clark is feeding 210 houd of
cattle for Mr. hunker of Burr Oak. Ho
is paying 21 cents for corn this week
nnd 4 cents for hogs.
Rev. Brookhart and Rev. Fuller of
the Uuittd Brethren church at Nelson,
Nebraska, are holding nsories of meet
ings at theJMnple Grove school house
south of Guide Rock.
Tho funeral of W. B. Parsons which
was hold at the Maplo Grove church
on December 31st, was largely attend
ed. Rov.Noah Wagoner preached the
funeral sermon. He was laid to rest in
the Maplo Grovo cemetery by tho side
of his mcther.
Spring and winter mixed weather.
I (Allen Carpenter of Mho was to the
wolf hunt Tuesday.
Win, and Men. VanDyko were tho
guests of Hiley Lewis this week.
Mary V. and Benj. VanDyke are vis
iting f Hends at Danbury, Nebraska,
There is some talk of organizing a
union Sunday sohool at Dist. 90 in tho
Mrs. Ida Horton preached at Dist. 20
last Sunday at 8:!30 to a largo and at
Rev. G. W. lliunniol is holding a
series of meetings tit the Ml. Il.pe
school house this week.
M-. and Mrs. Anbuskou attoiutad
I thj U H. iiMnrtt't'ly meeting at Kock
Crook, in rrankliu County, Sunday.
They report h good meeting.
The Way to Go to California
is in a tourist slcepor, personally con
ducted, via tho Burlington Route. You
iimke fast lime. You see the finest
scenery on tho globe.
Your cur is not so expensively 'tit
njshed as a palace sleeper, but it is
just as cloiui, justftasepoiiifni table, just
as good to vido in nudj nearly 920.00
cheaper. Il lins wi lo vestibules:
Pintsch gas; liighj backed seats; a uni
formed pullmati purttr, clean bedding;
spacious toilet rooms; tallies and a
heating largo. Being itrougly and
heavily built, it ridus suiootlilj ; is
warm iu winter andjcool iu summer.
In charge of each excursion party is
an experienced- excursion conductor
sviio accompanies it right through to
Cars leave Oninlin, St. Joseph, Lin
coln' ttiul Hastings every Thursday, ar
riving Snn Francisco following Sunday,
Los Angeles Monday. Only chroo days
from tho Missouri river to tho Pacific
coast, including a stop-over of 1 hours
at Denver nnd 2J hours at Salt Lake
City two of tho most interesting cit
ies on tho continent. For folder giving
full information, call at any Burling
ton Route ticket oflice, or write to
Gon'l Passenger Agent Omaha, Nob.
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with local applications, as they cannot
roach tho scat of tho disease. Catarrh
i? ft Wood, op coqfltittltignal dlsoaso,
nnd In order to cure it you must taku
internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Curo
is takou internally and acts directly on
tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho
system. Hall's catarrh curo is not n
quack medicine. It was prescribed by
one of tho best physicians in this coun
try for years, and is a regular pre
scription. It is composed of the best
Ionics known, combined witli tho best
blood pui Mors, ac .ing directly on tho
mucous surfaces. The peifect combi
nation of tho two inifiedniits i wli.it
produces iuch wondeiful ri-Miltx in
enriugetitntiii. Keud fur t stiini'iii.iN,
fiee F. J. Chunk & t'i ,
Tn'.i do, Ohin.
Sold b druggi-its, piieoTOe
Hall's 1' si.mil y Pills are the best.
Try Grain-0! Try Gr.iin-0!
Ask your grocer today to ihow you a
package of Graiu-O, tho new food
drink that takes the place of cotl'eo.
Tho ohildrcu may drink it without in
jury asjwell as the adult. All who try
it, liko it. Grain-0 Iris that rich seal
brown ot Mocha or Java, but it is made
from puro grains, nnd tho most delicate
stomach receives it without distress.
Ono-fourth the price of coffee. 15c and
25c per package. Sold by all grocers.
To Cora Constipation Forever.
Take Cascareta Candv Cathartic. 10c or 86a
Itcaa fall to core, drujclsu refund nosey.
For a woman to come to that period
known as change of life. It is almost
always n period of suffering, nnd the de
rangement of mind and body is some
Utiles so great that the family life is ut
terly marred by the unhappy wife and
mother. At such a time cverv woman
needs just the help that is given by Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It works
with Nature, soothes the nerves by nour
ishing them, and cures diseases of the
delicate organs. Iu brief, it makes weak
women strong; hick women well.
"Favorite Prescription" contains no
alcohol, neither opium, cocaine, nor any
"I have tnken four bottles of 'Favorite l'rc
ncrlptlon for femnle weakness nnd chaugc of
life," writes Mrs. L,lle A. Uowman. of New
Mntainoras, Washington Co, Ohio. "Before I
began taking it I could not do niiythiug. I had
such pains in my head and in the back of my
neck that I thought I would lose uiy mhid. Now
I can work every day nud do not suffer. I rec
ommend 'Favorite Prescription' to all women
suffering in the period of change of life. It is
the beat medicine I have ever found."
Every woman should send for a free
copy of Dr. Werce's Medical Adviser.
Send a 1 one-cent stamps to pay expense
of mailing only for the book in paper
covers, or 31 stamps for cloth, to Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOR
Us graadsat sad fasUat-aaUlni book vm pabilahsd,
or i.ivins THirrna fob nEAD and ukakt.
ConUlttlnr Mr. iloJVa bmi Svmons. with 600
ThrUll uifflorle., Iaelda A, 1'wsoDal EapcrlsDMS.ttc., as told
By D. L. Moody
uoas, Vwlor of Mr. Moody a ChUam Ckucb i f JJv. tmjs,
and an lntredueU.0 by Iter. L U AN AlinaoTT. 1. 1.
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DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
KUncy Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost evervbodv who reads the new
papers Is sure to know of the wonderful I
tuics niauc vy ur
; Mimer s awamp-Koot,
D")Y 111 the cremt kidney, liver
li and bladder remedy.
r n is tno great medi
cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scien'ific r(.!i!Yh hv
N,k Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent Kidney and blad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
l.ime back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Brlght'3 Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root U not rec
ommended for everything but If you havekld
ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, in hospital work, In private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful In
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried It, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer fit Co., Blng
hamton, N. Y. The
regular liny cent and nomeof Swamp-Hoot.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
BEST FOR THE
If rem haven't n rcxular. licalthr movement of tho
bowels evcrr day, yoti'ro sick, or n 111 to. Keep your
bowels open, nnd bo well. 1'orco, In ttiosuapnof
violent physic or pill p. Ison, Is dnuiterous. Ttio
smoothest, c.islou. most perfect nay ut kccpiUK inu
bonvls clear and cleau Is to take
l'lcntut I'll VV Ii 1'CtClll Tivto(. '0(1 IK Ciooil.
NcTcr'-iikm Wenki'ii oMlrliic c ce Wrlto
for rreohaiuplu. nnd boo'alttoii licaitn Addrera
H.rllrif llrntil (owpiiny, Uilr.;o, 3Ivulr.il, It Tori. SMa
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
Gurokn Hnrncsa OU Is the befit
presorvntlve of new leather
nnd tho host renovutor of old
leather. Itollx, HoneiiK, black
ens und protects. Use
on your txat harneaa, your old bar
will not only look tt(r but wear
longer. Sold every whrrr In cuiiB-all
Uea from half pints lo fHegnltous.
tint, by STASDiaD oil tti.
Itraatswlth yoawh.th.r yon eontlaa. tb,
erre-Kuuna; tooacro oftou. jiu
hbotii th dealra for tobteco.
lias), parto.a in. uiooo, i
Storss lo mungga
will vouch f or na. Take It with
11. natlrntlr. oeralsuntlr. On
'oartntcd toeur..orwerfund monry.
aMMjn., isnai, itmi. i.ra.
CltaoMa and btautlflea tha hair.
Promotta luxuriant BTowth.
Mover yl la to Heatore Oray
AXKir 10 ! IUUIUIU, wwiur.
Curts Kalp diu.it. k kalr UUlsg.
CATALOGUE Utbnck tull.l
iivuitry linorm.tigu. iiurrrr. ii
1 nrk. on th. kl lnr.li.liir nn,l
' Itrvuil.r tL.nuffctMr.J. W. I'y llu trtkbl
n Sure natch lacueatir Co., Clay Ceater.rttb,
I'l IIJ.ICATIOX OE SIM.yoys
In the Iimiilct ( ourt of Webster connij. Nob
Thu t US of lied I'loiul, Nebrnsikii.
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lug Cnuipniiy. William S. (Inr
1 S. (Inr ;
her. Johiio. clhcr.iind
I). 1 edroril.
To the defendant William SOarber:
You nre hereby notified that ou (be Ut daj of
Ui'ceinber. lhiKi, the plulntllV herein tiled Its
nmended petition nralnsr jou el al. Iu thu above
entitled nclloti, In llio plllce of the clerk of the
District Court of .Webster County, Nebraska,
tho ohlcct and nraver of which ire to auhlci't
to Mile on execution lot twenty-ono (21 ) In block
ililrtvono (III). In tho original townslloof lied
C'loua, Nebraska, Issued on a Judgment of the
district court of said county, against the de
fendant Hanking Company, In favor of the
plaintiff, and lo exclude you aud tho other do
fondants wholly of any lutercat In said real
You are required to answer said petition on or
before Monday the 22d day ot Jauaary, 1000, or
said petition will be taken B8eonfCHied, and
and decree rendered accordingly.
The City or ItsnCi.ouu Nkbraska,
Jly CUANsr iSt Mkhcer, It's Attorneys.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State ot Nebraska I
Webster County, f In the Coanty Court.
In the matter of tho estate or Orange II. Hear.
Notloe Is hereby given to all persons having
claims aud demands Against Orange II, Hear,
late of Wubhlor county, deceased, that the lime
tlxed for nnng claims' against aald estate is six
months from the 10th day of January 1800.
All such person, are required to present their
claims with the vouchers to tho Coanty Judge of
said county, at hU'oQlce therein, on or befero
the 10th day of July, 190. Aud all claims so
filed will be heard before th tald Judge on the
SOtli day or July, 1VCO. at -J o'clock p.m.
Jauhs Hurrr, County Jiulgc.
Dated December 1'lrd, 1899.
E STATU OP AI.ntEI) WOOD, SUl'i'OSED
TO UK HBA1).
Ill tho OrphaMa' Coart of Montgomery County
jiotlco Is hereby tflvcu Hist Charles Penny
pnekor ha- mHde nnpllciitloli to tho orphans'
courtlof Montpomey c-itniiiy, reiins)lvnnlii. for
leUvrs of aaaaltiistKilOii un the estate of Alfred
Wood, latu of Nua-rlttawn, I'ennsjIvanU, (ton of
Zlllihn Wnod, KuOSKed.) wlie Im suppoacil to bu
dead; and rutd i,urt liu. grnutcd a i lite, rcqulr
Iiib the supposed dcrcdeut, If nllvc. or any oilier
person for film lo (.rodiico t the conn on or
beforo th !nd day of .lanimr) A 1)., iw,i, mi
Isfucioiy etldeni-B f hu i-ontliiiiaiiceln life,
uthor vlaatlw pyt of Mid petition win be
granted. Win iam 1. Ynos-i,
Lahsklkiik A (lianaN. lletk of C'outU.
Altoruflja, HorrVMoyra, 1'tataa,
" i Pyi J
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m LJf cathartic !
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pjiy. i; h u 1000.
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B & M, R.Y
RED CLOUD, UK BR.
LIS ('01 A
SA1I LAKE U'y
nnd nil jmnts
,s 7. ,1(jK
vJ.V.S4l.N I J
b'l. LUU1H nml
all points utt trul
Tt.WN LSAV AS rOLMW:
No. l'J Paoeiigi-r dully for Oberlln
nnd t Francl.hMiiiflie". Ox
ford, Mci'iiuk. oiierand nil
polnl" '(( 7:53 am
No. II. l'aofiiKir dally for it. Joe
KunvN ( My. Atclitfon. St,
I.onl. I.liiculn via Wjmore .
anil nil I'Olnt.i ont mill uutli 3:Rl,.iii.
lft, l'nMiiKvr. dnllj. Hi'tiver, nil
poliilN in (.'olumdo, Utah find
10. l'nkciiKor. dally for ht. Joo,
KUIIMl cut. icnion, St.
Louis nnd nil points cast nnd
Miiuli 10: 15 iv, m.
Nn. 111. Accommodrttloti, dally except
Sandfly, ItnMltiKS, Oranil Is
land. Illnck Hills nnd nil
points in tho northwest- l:D8p.tn.
1. Acciimmodntlnn, dully except
Sunday, Oberlln, Kansas, nnd
Intermediate stations, via Ho
Freight, dally, Wymoro and
St. Joo nnd Intermediate
Junction points 13:45 p.m.
rclght, dally for Republican
Orleans, Oxford and all points
66. Freight, dally except Sunday
for Wymoro and all point cast 7:1
73. Freight dally to Oxford and
Sleeping, dining, and redlining chair rare,
(scats free) on through train. Tickets sold and.
baggage checked to any nolnt In the UnltsA
States or Canada.
For Information, tlmo tables, maps or tickets
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, Rod
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
HV k H labial HsaH saH iiiiiiVi
5 Caveats, nnd Tradc-MarXs obtained and all Pat-J
jeni business conducted tor Modcratc Ftts.
sour orricc is Opposite u, 8. patent orrict
rami c (.insecure patent in leas lime man those
?rcmote from Washlncton. i
J Send model, drawing or photo., with desedp-f
jtlon. Wo ndvisc, if patentable or not, free of J
Jchargc. Our ftc. otdjo ti'l patent Is iciiyd. J
( A PAMPHtET, "Hiwtol' riir.tcuUr wlthj
cost ot fame in the U. b. m.d fu:ign countries!
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w7ci Jao tJJiJUj ,W . J j i?TVm
2 O'P I th.t frri-E. V Mi-'T-'N DC.
Anyone sending a sketch nnd description may
quickly aacortaln our opinion free whether an
Invention Is probably pntentable. roramunlca.
ttonaatrlctlyconadential. Handbook on Patents-
Oldest agency for securing patent!,
taken through Munn A Co. recelre
lee. without chann. lnthn
A handsomely Illustrated weekly.
Terms, as a
cuiaiion 01 any scioniina lournai.
ear 1 four month, IL Bold by all newsdealer.
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Our Coal Is SUPERIOR
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