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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1900)
A druggist in Macon, Ga., says: " I
have sold n large quantity of Mother's
Friend, and liavc never known an in
stance where it has failed to produce the
good results claimed for it. All women
agree that it makes labor shorter and less
is not a chance remedy. Its good effects
re readily experienced by all expectant
mothers who use it. Years ago it passed
the experimental stage. While it always
shortens labor and lessens the pains ol
delivery, it is also of the greatest benefit
during the earlier months of pregnancy.
Morning sickness and nervousness are
readily overcome, and the liniment relaxes
the strained muscles, permitting them to
expand without causingdlstress. Mother's
Friend gives great recuperative power to
Ihe mother, and her recovery is sure and
rapid. Danger from rising and swelled
breasts is done away with completely.
Sold by drurelfti for SI a bottle.
THE DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
Scad lot out fit llluitiatid book for eipacust mothtrs.
r, d, bedford.
Real - Estate, - Insurance:,
Agent for the Kqtitabi.k Like Assuii
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Smrgcia B. dr M. R. R. ompsnjr,
mmi U. S. Pemilan Surf can.
City aid couatry calls promptly an
swered day or night.
OrnoE vik Lixbukt's Meat Mahkkt
NIOtlT CALLS AT OFFICB.
Dr. E. A. Creighton,
Honorary (iriiduato it Silvur Medalist
Western University, Camilla.
C A 1.1.8 Anhwehkd Dav and Nioiit.
rrrcE Oviu Coor'h I'iukmact.
J. S. EMIGH,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Ctowd I Bridge Work or Teeth Without Plata.
And all tbo latent Improvement In dcnul mech
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock lloi S3, Uulile Hock, Ncli.
All kinds of property bought, .sold unit
OYERMAN i& BLACKLEDQE
KTTORNEYS - HT - L.7ZnL.
Otltce rcr lit Oltlce.
RED CLOUD, - NKBltASKA.
DRS. SEARLES I SEARLES
MiliilOinco tllh.V. OMi
'X yearn in Oinulm unit
In NriiiiH, t'lironliiHiid
l'rivntn l)lr.i:Asi:s or
MEN AND WOMEN
All Private Diseases and
DISORDERS OF MEN
euableA to Kuarautee to
eurn nil curablo rasiH of
the Noso, Throat, (Miost
Htonuicli, Llrer, Hlood,
Bldnuud Kidney DUonies
Lost Manhood, Nltilit
Emissions, llynrocele, ar
t..l nannrrhea. Uloot. rllos, Vistula nnd
sA WwrS! "maiiotw and Hrlgbt's Disease.
rtr-SIOO.OOfor n case of CATARRH.
RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, or
BLOOD POISON w cannot euro curable
"Sl'br mall in .U dlMW BIMty.
HTlItnWrup. l'wil Oood.' Uo gl
LOTS OF VOLUNTEERS
The British Corps Numbers 250,000
Miry IIiivp nr Srcn Hervlrv, lint
Tlu-y Are UiiKi-r to tJo to the Front
The Honorable Artlllrrr
The British olunteer corps as II ex
UIh to-dny Is the ict-nlt of an enlist
ment act of ISi'.U, tin; act, in turn, being
the frtilt of 11 fear of invasion in that
jnir. TI10 MiluntcclM iitmilifT rciirhl
.Sn.nOO tncii, cost the gotcriiincnt it
tiille oxer $'l.0iin,(Kiu a jcitr, and none
of tlicui ccr lias Ht'cn sen ice. 'Mint it
to kij, the oluntcciH as. a bnil, Iiiup
eiled oiilj since IM',0, hut then; lire
two or three regiments which date
buck far. indeed, notnblj the Victoria
lilies anil the duke of Cumberland's
vliiii)liootciH, wlilch were in being
when William IV. was prince of Wales.
Older by far, however, its the Honorable
Artillery company, which received a
ihlt from Its American offspring, the
Ancient nnd Honorable Artillery com
pany, of llosloii, Inst yenr, and which
will repay the compliment by making a
trip to the United States this yenr.
As he will be 11 regular when in the
Held, the British volunteer will be treat
ed ax one. He will receive "Tommy V
pay, which Is about ".10 cents a day and
found." He will cnt Mr. Atkins' ra
tion u pound of tinned meat and
half a pound of fresh meat, when it can
be had, fresh bread or crackers he will
call them "biscuits" and sugar, tea
and cotTee, when possible. His kit,
blankets and great coat he will furnish
himself, but the government will trans
port him to the mene of action,
Friends anil advocates of the volun
teers and ycomnnry say that those
branches of the service have been dis
couraged, sneered at and generally sat
on b the war olllec ever since thtdr es
tablishment, anil that their acceptance
for service now innj be regarded as a
great victory, giving tt Lord Lands
dowue the credit for the new order of
things. An ollieer connected with the
war ollice told me, however, that the
hubbub was entirely without reason,
that all the noise was made by a few
malcontents, nnd that no change what
ever had taken place under Lord Lands
ilow tie's udmlnistrntlon so far as the
volunteers were concerned. On the
other hand, people who have no par
ticular interest in the volunteers .say
that their being permitted to take part
in the war at this time is a direct insult
to the militia.
At any rate, it can never be said that
the volunteer-, to whom was given that
chance, were slow to accept It, as a
eore or moie of commanding olllcers
tliiouu'linut Loudon and the provinces,
who are being harassed to desperation
li.v every individual member of their
commands, ran testify. Men liuvc al
most taken to llgiiriugou theirchaiices
forgoing with paper and pencil. For
instance, I have heard volunteers siij :
"There are l.ODti men in my battalion,
and there will be lit) chosen; that gives
me about one chance in ten. Then mj
riconl for marksmanship is so iiiuu.v
points, and marksmanship is going to
lie the deciding test, nnd the general
average is about so much," etc. When
the fortunate III) "fortunate" is the
voliinteeis' won! -are told off there is
going to be actual bitterness.
The vein ruble organization of hon-
oraiile artillery and .veonianr.v was
formed bv llenrv VIII. , in 1507 for, as
the kinu iiiiaintlv put it, "the bet I ere
enciense of the defense of this our
realm." This company, then, was
formed moie tluin a full century before
aii.v other existing cotps; it was in gar
rison at Tilhtir.v when Drake met Phil
ip's Armada; it fought under Crom
well in the civil wars and was almost
wiped out b the great plague. Later,
half of its barracks was destroyed in
the Loudon fire. Since its beginning it
has taken part in all public ceremonials
and all crownings of sovereigns of
The Yeomanry. 10,000 of whom will
be selected for service in South Africa,
dates back as a force much further than
the volunteers or mllltlu. The Yeo
manry consists entirely of cavalry, and
Its members nre mostly country gentle
men who are in the Middle much of the
time. Tliej arc obliged to furnish their
own mounts and equipment, and are
drilled much more seveiely nnd fre
quently than cither of the other two
branches of volunteers. Their totalis
11.00'), and tliej cost the government
f rr.'i.imn niiiutillv. The lirst detach
nit nt f l.oiiii wailed on l.iuuni'v 13.
( iucinnati (.nnimctcitil Tribune.
Mill;' OIIm Ciiiii.
'I In i i. an almost eonipletc- fnnuie
' t tli- u'ir crop in houllicru ltnlt, nnd
i sicil. lhi eiiMin, owing to the rn-
j of the oil ll,, wliich appealed in
in H-u.il iuiuiIk'I's on account of the
I i 'lunged (Iroiipht of last Minuncrnnd
fill The loi. to the proluce of llnri
ii il l.icce alone U ei-tiinated at uO.WK),
"' .ire, or $12,uih),ixm. 'I'liere will lie a
orresponiling wareltj of oil, of course.
Tin countrj people are liming their
,ch opi'ind to tlie consequences of
their whok'Mile (lestruction of liihect
tli Miurlng songbitdh. N. Y. Tribune.
A I'liniiteri-il Cusv.
On their recent isit to the ancestral
home of the carina at llet-so Dram
Miult, there was attached to the impe
rial train, the lusiiiiouki.ei-'..and com
pleteness of which hne uexerbeen tur
pasM'd, a coach occnjiled i-olelj by n
splendid cow and hernUendantH. The
matter of pun milk for the rojnl
joungstcih was one of wist Importance,
and ko it wnb decided to take along the
best cow to be found. X. Y. Journal.
r.ull Ciiii IiicimI,
The Chicago Ket-nrd has discovorod
that it does not take much to convince
tiif man who has a but on tho loser
that n prize fight was crooked. 4
A mighty man is he," but he is not
mighty enough to defy disctse. It is a
puiiiii tning to
see the strong
low, his muscles
wjuniti nc can no
v-J'tnore swim? the
heavy sledge to
shape the glow
'! was troubled
wltli inntnrinl fever
of ntxnit tlitcecnrV
MnmliiiK nmf vns
under doctors' enre
for quite n lime,"
writ ci Mr. J. li.
KliM, of rnriulcyi
"They lind idtnost
given me up, nnd
my Mitlerlnj; wns
very urent. My
pulse wns very
weak, hrcnlli short
mid I lind sevcic
tinlns in the Imck.
head nnd leg, lind pnlpilntion of heart, nnd
from June ut, l8ys, to Mny mt, iS-yt, I wnR not
able to do n day's work I purchased five bottle
of Dr. I'ierce'K ('.olden Medical Discovery ntid
before I lind finished takitiK the first two bottles
I was very much better, I continued taking the
medicine, and by the time the fifth bottle was
gone I was a well man."
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cleanses the blood of the poisons which
feed disease, cures diseases of the stom
ach and organs of digestion and nutri
tion, and enables the proper assimilation
of food. It is a flesh forming, muscle
making medicine, making sound flesh
and not flabby fat. It contains no
whisky nor alcohol in any form.
W. H. Allen, Treasurer of Walworth Con-o
ty, WUcansin, Recommends Dodd's.
Used Them Himself for Kidney Disease
One Box Permanently Relieved Him.
Trustworthy Advice from a Trustworthy
Elkhorn, Wis., Feb. 20. Tho treas
urer of Walworth county, Mr. W. 11.
Allen, has been tho victim of kidney
troublo for somo time and his ninny
friends were getting anxious. Kidney
diseaso is said to carry off almost as
large n proportion of the population as
consumption nnd in many of its foiins
it is often considered incurable. The
county treasuier, however, ieasuics
his friends that ho is now in put feet
health, he having been cured ontirelj
of his kidney disease by Dodd's Kidney
A correspondent waited on Mr. Allot)
tcccntly and asked him for tho facts in
"Have you entirely recovered from
your kidney trouble?" Mr. Allen was
asked after somo preliminary conver
sation. "Thanks to Dodd's Kidney pills I am
glad to say I have," replied tho treas
urer. "I have tried many medicines
in my time but Dodd's Kidney Pills nre
the best medicine of the lot "
"How long did it taku Dodd's Kidney
Pills to effect ti euro in your case?"
Mi. Allen grew emphatic.
"Would you bolitvo it? one box
M'ttWd my case. Yes, sir, one box of
Dodd's Kidney Pills fixed mo after dol
lars and dollars worth of other medi
cine had failed."
"Has relief boon permanent?"
"Yes, entirely so, though 1 still take
them occasionally as a preventative
against the troublo returning. I know
they aro tho best medicine, anyway
they are harmless at any time. But I
have not experienced any of the old
symptoms, sleepless nights and so
forth, tince I finished that first box."
"Then you recommend Dodd's Kid
ney Pills to other sufforors as n sure
cure for kidney disease?"
"1 conscientiously can and do," re
plied tho county treasurer. "Dodd's
Kidney Pills dro positively the best
medleino I overtook."
Your correspondent felt fully con
vinced of tho curative powers of
Dodd's Kidney Pills in County Treas
urer Allen's case, at letust.
Li.st of letters remaining tint ailed for
at the postollieeat Ked Cloud, Neb
raska, for the week ending March 1st,
Holundcn, 11 II Campbell, A. M.
Davis, J. II. Cook, Ivytiood
(Jlaird, Tafo Morion, Kstcllo
Mershon, J. 11. Overton, Geo.
Thesn letters will besont to tho dead
letter ofllco Mar. lOlb, if not called for
before. Wliun calling for nbovoplcaso
day advertised. T. C. Hackeii, P. M.
Hemcmbor that namo when you want
a delicious, appetizing, nourishing
food drink to tako tho pi co of cotleo.
Sold by all grocers and liked by all
who have used it. Grain-l) is made of
miro srains. it aids digestion and
strengthens tho nerves, It is not a
stimulant but a health builder and
tho children as well as tho adults
can drink it with groat benefit. Costs
about ono fourth as much as cotton.
10 and 25o per package. Ask your
grocer for Grain-O.
AiiKNTsWANTrn for tho best type
writer on tho niarkot, tho "Pittsburg
Visible," writing In sight at nil times-,
F.xclusBjro territory glvon. Addross
Bindley Hnrdwnro Co., Pittsburg, Pa.
Kcgulni' services next Sunday as fol
lows: Morning service at lOiUO.
lllblo school at 12 o'clock.
Young People's Society of Christian
Kndeavor at 0:30.
Kvoning sorvieo nt 7:30.
Special music nt each service.
l'rnyer meeting Wednesday evening
Everybody kindly invited.
L. A. HiJssoNO, Pastor.
Services next Sunday as follows
Class meeting at 10 a.m. 1. 1
Morning set vice at 10.30
Sunday School at 11:15 a.m. Con
ducted by L. V. Albright, superinten
dent. Preaching at Atnboy nt ,'J p.m.
Epvvorth League at C:30 p.m. Miss
Christie Wcideninn, president.
Evening sorvieo nt 7:30.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All are most cordially invited to at
tend. lloscoK A. Barnes, Pastor.
Regular services next Sunday as fol
lows: Regular morning service at 10:30.
Sabbath school nt 11:45.
Preaching at Indian creek at 3:30.
Young People's Society Christian En
deavor at 0.80.
Evening service nt 7:30. Subject,
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
All are heartily welcome.
Fiiank W. Dean, Pastor.
The Way to Go to California
is in a tourist sleepor, personally con
ducted, via tho Burlington Route. You
make fast time. You see tho finest
scenery on the globe.
Your car is not so expensively fur
nished as a palaco sleeper, but it is
just as clean, just asncomfortable, just
as good to ride in and nearly $20.00
cheaper. It has wi lo vestibules;
Pintsch gas; high backed scats; a uni
formed pullman porter; clean bedding;
spacious toilet rooms; tables and a
heating range. Being strongly and
heavily built, it rides smoothly; is
warm in winter anUcool in summer.
In charge of each exclusion parly is
an experienced, excursion conductot
vho accompanies it right through to
Cars leave Otiinhii, St. Joseph, Lin
coln and Hastings every Tlitusiia, ar
riving San Francisco following Sunday,
Los Aiigcle Monday. Only ;hrciMla$
from the Mis-ouii river to the Pacific
coast, including a. slop over of 1J linur.s
at Denver and hours at Salt Lake
City two of the most interesting cit
ies on thecoiitiiiLnt. For folder ghing
full informa'.ion, call at any Burling
ton Route, tiuKet ollict', or write to
(Jen'l Passenger Agent Omaha, Neb.
"The los of gold is great, the loss of
health is more." Health h lost by neg
Im'tini! to keep the blood pure. Hood's
S'li'sajnirilla purities, eniiches and vi
talizes the blomi and thus suvis both
gold nnd hcnllh
Hood's Pilis euro biiliuusuoss, hick
There It ererycoos)
1 St Jacobs Oil I
for the rest of the century. One par
amount renson Is it docs cure,
SURELY AND PROMPTLY
. Pi. j., .
AY vwts.".?.''".07 M
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist.
The Discoverer of Swamp-Koot at Work la
There Is a disease prevailing In this
country most dangerous because so decep
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
It heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney
disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad
vance the kldney-polsoned blood will attack
tho vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
break down and waste away cell by cell.
Then the rlchnes3of the blood the albumen
leaks out and the sufferer ha3 Brlght's
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new dis
covery Is the true specific for kidney, bladder
and urinary troubles. It ha3 cured thousands
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free
by mall, also a book telling about Swamp
Root and its wonderful cures. Address
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
mention this paper.
Nothlns elno ftdtln fin murli TI
room or liouilolr am thn unit I v r nil. ri
to the vhArmof Mm ilrnwlnir J
n llohl r.nm f'MIMlfll- A ...... .Il !
NottiiuK will contrlliutn morn to tho
artintlc luccetx or tlio luncheon,
left or dinner. Tho lMt riucfimflu.
candles fur the lniilot or the
molt eluboratu fnnrtlon fur rut.
Upeormanaion. Madi- (nail colon
and the mo-t delicate tints t'jr
ana told ererjtrhore. I"
J WILLIAM KELLOGQ,
i Interior, Landscape,
Animals, Special and
J For intet'iot'H and for largo groups
J of slock and extended view's of
oiuiuiii.s as on nil ms aim
ranches our facilities aro
Developing, Finishing; and
i liming iui inuiicui a. c
C AMKUAS, Pj.ATI'.S,
I Films, Dva ki.oim:ils,
' Vki.ox ANDPi.ATixorvi'K l'Arnus,
I Sl-'I'I'LIKS OF ALL KlND
ACKNT rou Till".
J"Alvista" Panorio Cameras, JJ
covers 180 degrees, live cameras in
SOUKI. UnMOI'NTKI) PlIOTOC.ItAl'ILS J
i Fink Pictukk Fkaminu
a Have one of the most finely ap-
pointed dark rooms of its size in the
J stale in which you aro always wcl- J
come to eliango plates and lit your
Wk no not no roitritAiTL'iti:. J
r Ifonuy nvtit Diokftfii (iit Viiil'vt
Huouh ovr.it I'lUMiKi; Mkat JIaukkt.
Call and See Them. !
J UaVltlg ptirCliaSUO 111 a lOW priCO II ;
! stock of hoots and shoes consist. I
. . , , .
ing of all styles of footwear made
from I860 up to tho present time J
will sell them at u great reduc-
1 I w
3 pairs Ladies Low shoe, sizes 2
U to 1, 50c per pair
tj -'& paitN bojh' low shoes, si.i s I to 1
at owe per pair
J 111 pans of men's low shoes, m.c- ."
J toll at 750 to 91.C0 per pair.
31 pairs of men's light shoes, laco oi
congress, sizes 0 to lj, S)0o per pr I
J 70 pairs of ladies' oloth top shoes,
4 sizes 12 to 4, at 30o per pair.
J 17 pairs ladies' leather top shoes,
sizes 2 to 4, 40c por pair.
4 25 paiiH children's laco shoes, pob-
J bio goat, at iOa per pair, !
, 41 pairs of halo shoes, Ihco, size 1
4 toil, at 10c per pair.
J 08 paiis Indies buttons C hand J
4 turns and welts, sizes 2 to 4, at 5
4 $1.00 to J1.C0 per pair.
J 02 pairs ladies shoes, button and!
j lace. A, It, C, Daud E lnsts, latest
J styles, sizes 2 to f. at 1 ,25 to SI 50.
4 WILL SEW ALL SKAMS AND TACK ALL I
J SOLES THAT UII' LOOSE KltEK
J OF CIIAUOE J
4 Hnn Cloud. Nf.iheasica I
4 ' I
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IrlklHxillrjln(urmUoa. Itl.lrrr. lal
m mtkt ;oa a pika on lb kwt larabaur a4
Urtuiltr nuBfaciartd. W Par Ua rnUkt.
San Halca lacakala U., Uf Cattw.Nsft.
B & M. R.Y
red cloud, m:vit.
DMA 11 A
cm v Mio
S'l. LOUIS and
nil points cast ittul
S A 11 LAKE C'l'
and all point)
TIUIN8 l.EAVK AS rOM.OWS!
No, 13. I'nsrciiRpr dnlly for Obetlln
mill m. KfRiii'Miriinclier.Ox
fori!, Mcl'ouk, Duiiwrninl nil
jiolnn west - 7:65 a in
No, It. 1'nneiiBcr ilully for St. .toe,
Kmisiiti t'Hy. telilon, M.
I.oiilf. Lincoln vln unite
mill nil ioliils ciist mill nutitli HMD p in
No. 17. l'n-HCiiniT. dully. Denver, nil
points n Colorado. I tali mill
I'nJIforiilii.. . . - ' JlOptn
No 18 I'DeM'tiRor. dully for M. Joe.
Knuvni t'ltj. AteMltjon, St.
Louis niyl Hit polutx unMnlltl
mull - 10. '.'Oft. m
No, 111. Acfoinuioiliitloii, dully except
llnstliuis uriuiii ii
tio uitH In the northwest.........
1 13. Arcoininoilntloii. ilnllv except
Stimlny, Obcrini, hRMfiin, nuu
Intermediate stntlonn, via He
tmlillCRii . 12:30p.m.
No. (H. Freight, dally, Wyraore and
St. Joe and intermediate
Junction polntfl-.....................l3:45 p.m.
Mo, 03. Freight, dally for Kopabllcan
No. 60. Freight, dally except Hundiry
for Wymoroandall point cast 7.:t5a.m.
No. 173. Freight dally to Oxford and
Intermediate points- 1 :30 p.m
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair rarr,
(scats free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any point In tho United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tabic, maps or ticket
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, lied
Cloud, Ncbr. or J. Francis, General I'assongei
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
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quickly iisn-rtnlii our oeiiiinii frco vshciticr mi
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sent free, olilt-it iipcnry for Hcrurinir tmtcim.
rntpiits tultcn tliniuch Sluun .t Co. receive
rjTim nui icr, miimut cnarco, muio
A hRndsomoly Illustrated wookly. I jirircst clr
dilution of any aclentltla Journal. Terms, 13 u
year: four months, f I. Sold byall newsdealers.
MUNNSCo.3e,B'. New York
Branch Office. 023 F BL, WmhlDKton, D.C.
BOOK AGENTS WANTRn vnn
thi rrssilctl aad fssUinsUlng boat irtr pubhthtil,
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IKtHft, Vailor of fr. Moody Chlc.ro Church for Br yran.
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A.-l. WOlU'lll.NUtON.t I'D,, Hartford, luhu.
Our Coal is SUPERIOR
STILL SKLL AL THE SAME ( LD
WAQON SOALE8 BAOK OF OFFIOE.
Buy and sell Haled Hay, Corn, Oats
Millet, Harloy, Etc.
Full line of Flour and Feed on hand.
W. B. ROBY,
No. 1 Tumi. Av. Puonk No. 01
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lo? as!.7 M0!.?,"!? constipation forever,
too, c If C a O. fall, ttrugguts ref uo4 moncv.
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