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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1900)
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Many women lose their girlUh forms afltr
they become mothers. This is due to neg
lect. The figure can be preserved beyond
question if the ex
pectant mother will
during the whole
period of pregnancy.
The earlier its use is
begun, the more per
fectly will the shape
not only softens and
relaxes the muscles
during the great strain before birth, but helps
the skin to contract naturally afterward. It
keeps unsightly wrinkles away, and the
muscles underneath retain their pliability.
mother'! Trlend is that famous external
liniment which banishes morning sickness
and nervousness during pregnancy) shortens
labor and makes it nearly painless builds up
the patient's constitutional strength, so that
she emerges from the ordeal without danger.
The little one, too, shows the effects ol
mother! Trlend by its robustness and vigor.
Sold at drug stores for $1 bottle.
SenJ for our flatly Illustrated book for
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
r. d. bedford.
Rkai. - Estate, - Insurance,
Agent for the Kqtitadi.k Lift. Austin-
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Surgetw B. tf M. R. R. ompanjr,
ae) V. S. Pmtlen Suriean.
City ad country calls promptly an
swered dny or night.
OrriOKATIRlilNUiUY'H Mkat Makkkt
NiailT CALLS AT OFFICD.
Dr. E. A. Creigiiton,
Honorary (iiudtiuto & Sijvcr Medalist
Western Univciity, Canada.
Calls Answi:ht.i Day and N'kiiit.
rrrcr. Ovcu f'ooK't I'lumiAtT.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Crown Bridge Work or Teeth Without l'lates.
And all tbo Intent Improvement lu dental mecb
I. B. COLV1N,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock Hoi in. (initio Hock, Neb.
All kinds of property bought, sold and
OVERMAN if- UhACKlAUiQll
KTTORNEYS - HT - L.7XW.
Ulcc trer Post Oltlcc.
RED CLOUD, NKHIIASKA.
DRS. SEARLES Si SEABLES
MulnOlllco llth.V. OSta
I'i yritr In Omuliit and
In NtirvoiiH, tllironlc and
1'rlvMto msKASKsj of
MEN AND WOMEN
All Private Diseases and
DISORDERS OF MEN
enables us to rnarantoe to
euro all curable cases of
the Nose, Throat, Cheit
Btomach, Ltrcr, Mood,
Bklnand Kidney Distunes
Lost Manhood, Nltht
Emissions, Hydrocele, Var
ieoeele. Gonorrhea, Uleet. Flloe, fistula and
cecUl Ulcers, Diabetes ami Ilrlj-ut'- Disease.
Hr$100.00 for a case ot CATARRH.
RHEUMATISM, DYSPEPSIA, or
LOOD POISON w cunuot cure If curable
-Striotur and Gloft Cured at Horn.
XzamiuatTon aud (.onsullutiuii IIU.L. Home
treatment by mail in oil illKeur.es u vimolalty,
oAll medicine fornulml, Cntl or inldross
with stamp tor circular, (run ImuW.iuhI recnliits
wrlto therm today P.O. Box 224. o"('
Jp Klolilinls lslk., 1 till A' o, l.llii'iilii, Ni'k
act I I
J n "-tX I
El Bast Own Byro. TmImUihhI. Vse ("J
3 ta Ums. BolJ hydruKnltti. Pf
First Wnlter "How's the new
guest?" S'cond Walter "Tip-top."
'I own 'topics.
'Mom l very Miper.stitious." "Whv
do von Uiliik mi?" "lie owes me $1.1
i.i.d won't pnj, lt."-.V. O. Tlines-JleiP-
Huron- "You nv your mm at. college
tvrlte n bold hand'?" Egbert "1
fhould nay m. lie's just, written for
f 150 more." Votikers Statesman.
On the Itoail. "And w lint does the
lienl erltie wiy of me'.'" asked the
tiliont. "Oh! he lets you down easy,"
replied Iliimlet. "lie merely wiyn that
tin (.IickI wasti'l true to life." I'tick.
Senility. Mr. Dullerhy "I wonder
whv tlie.v cull those lull, old-fnuliloneil
In' K1- iinulflitlieiV elneki." Mi.
I'nll'iln "Oh, I MippnM' If'n. lieeiiu.-e
tliv'ir yi nff.'illy run down." ,lewl
. i - ' i I I v .
II mi te and Safe. "Our liter iry
i lull ik piing to lltid. the Ellalii'llinn
ei i." "Im'l that rather liiu-knc.vdV"
"W-; lull in ilNeiihsiug people who
are dead, .Mill know, wi' won't, lie
t mpted to gossip." Detroit Free
A sehooltnaster i-eiids us an answer
given 13 a boy in a "general In forma
tion" e.aiiilmitioii. Asked who Tom
Mann was, the boy replied: "Tom
Man is what one calls a woman who
hchaw's like a man, as one calls a boy
ish girl n torn boy."--London Truth.
"Can you trace the rcsemhliinc" of
a baby to anything under the sun but
another baby?" "Oh, ye, indeed," re
plied the social diplomat. "To what?"
"To whichever parent asks me about
It." All the masters of illplotnaey are
not In public life.- Detroit Journal.
HIT EVERY TIME HE MOVED.
Unt'livlnlilc ICxiicrli'iipp of ft tinrtltin
lllirlilniitlrr In n Fight
it till liners.
A privnte soldier in the Second lint
ti. lion, Gordon Highlanders, recounts
an experience in the following letter,
Indicating that the marksmanship of
some of the liners at least is better
than has been alleged:
"We, the Deuins, Imperial Light
Horse anil others, had a fight, at Eland
rlaagtc with the Hours, and 1 never en
joyed myself so much before. You
ilrst have to get christened to Ire, and
then win think nothing of the shells
bursting about you, and the bullets
which go whistling past like bees.
"We went forward by 50 yard rushes,
and at every rush you could hear a
groan, nnd down would go one of our
comrades, either killed or wounded,
I our chap!
"When we weie miles from the ene
my the, opened lire on us with shell,
and as we were going tilling in niii
"lie of the shells burst on the left of
the eiiiupnn. and one of our men of
tn.V section - I lobby Mall got shot
dead with a piece of the shell going
straight through his head. That was
what made more than one wish to
turn and run. Hut what would Hritaiu
do if her soldiers ran from the enein.x ?
"At last we got to where we could
get a shot at the Itoers with our rilles,
and inn may bet we gave them more
than one, as, perhaps, the papers have
"I got through the rifle fire down
ti. the liayouet charge on the hillside,
when I felt a sting in the left arm,
and looking down found I was shot
in the wrist. In changing my posi
tion I got shot in the center of the
forehead. The bullet did not go
straight through. It glanced otT my
nose bone and came out above
my right temple. . . . On looking
round I was Jim in time to see the
blood siuirt from the first wound.
"I shifted nij position n.iiiifk time,
for I did not want another from the
same rifle. 1 lay still after doing this
for awhile, when the thought came to
me to get my wrist bandaged and try
to shoot again. On changing my posi
tion I got a bullet right in the 'nan-
jier.' I was out of action then, for all
was dark. I heard the olllcer I was
going to get the bandages from say:
'Poor chap, he's gone.' Hut no, I am
still kicking."-N. Y. Herald.
(rimtli of l.itiiKiuiKe.
The principle of growth in language,
as In all else ib variation. And when
the eail races felt that variation had
been carried far enough within the
limits of the vi.vvel laiiguagi , rich as it
wait in tone and mclod.v.n new direction
for growth w.ii iiiLconcJnul sought.
It was fourd b adding semivowels to
ihe tilritui t iilng iiwelt. that Kbv
p..ni.i.l i losing the lips, or bunging
il i mi gue mar tl e tmh. nr pal.iti. or
iliiu.it. wh.U the vowils wire being
poKtii. this would give words like
Wiiwawa or aaya, and the like, and
-o with other vowels. Let me give n
few words which still survive from this
ipoeh, in Po'i.viiesiati, which are rich in
pure vowel words: ahi, alio, halt, lilhl.
hu, hae, wa, wai, which mean fire, light,
wind, ray, breath, envy, expanse, water
all dements or elemental emotions.
Charles Johnston, In Contemporary.
TaJclriK tkr Clinnrra, '
Mien In doubt a, to whether to go on
or to go back think of that, and of the
Zulu saying: "If we go forward we
die, if we go backward we die; better
go forward und die." It is also like n.
game of footbnll. You are beleeted as a
forward pluyer. Play the game; piny
that your side may win. Don't think
of your own gloriflention, or your own
risks our side tire Imekiug you up.
Play up nnd make the best of every
chance you get. Football Is a good
game, but better than It, better than
ail other game, is that of man-hunting.
Hut, like nil other games, it is no use
your going in for it without previous
training, and 1 hope that what 1 have
sad above may be of some use in help
ing you to take a distinguished part
Are apt to overdo thur otungth. The
rivalries of the road, the chetrful com
panionship, the exhilaration of the swift
movement on the machine, all tend to
make n woman unconsciously overtax
herself. The results are often serious,
nnd may affect the whole future of wife
hood and motherhood.
Ivvcry woman who is conscious of
feminine irregularities or disorders front
strain or any other cause, should bejjin
at once the use of Dr. Pierce's Ivuonle
Prescription. It promptly correct all
female irrcf;ul.iritj dries the drnins
which are so ilebilitnling, and tones the
nervous system. It
makes weak women
strong nnd sick
I lud filling of In
ternal orK.iUHaud lind
to go to bed every
month, had Irrtgiilar
m out lily period
which would some
times Inst ten or
twelve days," writes
Mrs. Alice I,. Hol
mes, of Coolspriug
St., Uniontown, Pa.
"Had also indigestion
so bad that I could
not cat anything
hardly. Dr. Pierce's
and 'Golden Medical
Discovery ' cured me.
I toolc three bottles
of the ' Pnvoritc Pre
scription ' and one of
the 'Golden Medical
Sick women are
invited to consult
Dr. Pierce by letter,
free. All corre
Address, Dr. U. V.
Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY.
American nnd Australian butter is
rapidly crowding the German article
from the English market.
The production of prunes is Increas
ing rapidly in Oregon, the annual
shipment of the dried fruit now
amounting to 500 cars.
The production of soap in Great
Urltain is about 15,000 tons per week,
oi which between 3,000 nnd 4,000 tons
are made in London.
America sells nearly three times as
much as she buys; Germany buys over
C. "0,000,000 worth more every year
than she sells; while Great. Hritaiu
last year actually bought twice as
much as she sold.
Were it not for nintter floating in
suspension in ea water minute liv
ing organisms and air bubbles due to
the brt a king of the waves, all of which
lellcct liirht the ocenu, lookeil down
'r tc w iiih! be as I.': el .is i'k- M e '
i -1 J -1 ntl . 1'i.r it that ! !!.
the sun's ra.vs, having once penetrati:
it. would return to its stiitaee.
Alcohol and vinegar are ciTeetivc an
tidotes for carbolic acid poNoning, n
New York doctor announce. What,
ever quantity of the poison ha iieen
swallowed, four times as much wln
Ky or five times as much vinegar
should be administered iinmedhitvly.
No oil of any kind should be given.
"Thus treated early enough," he adds,
"all eases will recover."
That consumption does not run in
families, but does run in housus is the
theory of Sir Itiehard Thome, who ad
dressed the London Medical oeiet, re
cently, "liefuse to live on n damp
ntli-oll," was his advice; until people
ceased to live tinier unfavorable 'on
ditiotis, the need hope for little
diminution in the consumption death
rate. The improvement of sanitary
appliances had. in the last i: years,
reduced that rate nearly 00 per cent.
A 1'nniiieri'tl Cow.
On their recent visit to the ancestral
home of the carina at liesso Dram
stadt, there was attached to the impe
rial train, the luxuriousness nnd com
pleteness of wlfleh have never been sur
passed, a coach occupied solely by a
splendid cow and her attendants. The
matter of pure milk for the roul
youngsters was one of vast importance,
and so It was decided to take nlong the
best cow to be found. N. Y. Journal.
Tito republican voters of the First
Wind, Ked Cloud Nebrnska, tiro here
by notified that n caucus will bo held
nl V. .11 Knbj's i ilieo on March lit li tit
7:!10 p. in., for the purpose of electing
thirteen delegates to attend the city
convention to be held at the court
house on March 1 lt.li . for tho purpose
of noiniimtiiig candidates for tho vari
ous city ofllcos.
W. H. Hour. Cotnmittcotnnn.
Tho republican voters of tho Second
Ward, Red Cloud, Nebraska, nro here
by notitlcd, that n caucus will bo hold
at tho Fireman's Hall on Mnrch 0th,
1000, nt 7:30 p.m. lor th puaposo of
electing tlfteen delegates to attend tho
Hod Cloud City convention, to bo hold
at tho court house March 14th, for tho
purpose of putting in nomination can
didates for tho various city ofllcos.
C, li. Ckonk, Committeeman.
Homcmbor that name when you want
a delicious, appetizing, nourishing
food drink to take tho phco of cofTeo.
SoW by all grocers nnd liked by all
who have used it. (.rain-O is made of
puro grains, it aids digestion and
strengthens tho nerves. It is not a
stimulant but a ho,tltlKjiujldor nnd
thu children as Y$)pij?flia adults
enn drink it wMtlriitjJiolit. Costs
about one fourth-pBlcli as coll'uo.
15o and 'Joe per p:tel-ag Ask your
grocer for (i rain-O.
I'll ItlSTIAX CltUItCII.
Regular services next Sunday as fol
low": Morning sorvlcn at 10:!I0.
Ililile school nt 12 o'clock.
Young People's Society of Christian
Kniiunvor tit fl.JIO.
Evening service at 7:!i0.
Special music at each service.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
Everybody kindly invited.
L. A. Ht;s30N(, Pastor.
Service next Sunday as follows:
Class inn-ting at 10 iiih, 1. P. Mc
Clint ic, Leader.
Morning uriec at 10.110
Sunday School at, 11:1") a.m. Con
ducted by L P Albright, superinten
dent. Preaching nt Amboy at .'I p.m.
Kpworth League nt 0:!IO p.m. Miss
Christie Woidcman, president.
Evening service at 7:80.
Prayer mooting Wednesday evening
Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All aro most cordially invited to at
tend. Roscoe A. Uaknks, Pa9tor.
Regular services next Sunday ns fol
lows: Regular morning servico at 10:30.
Sabbath school nt 11:15.
Preaching nt Indian creek at 3:30.
Young People's Society Christian En
deavor at C.S0.
Evening servico tit 7:30. Subject.
"A Mystery Solved."
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
All arc heartily welcome.
Fkank W. Dean, Pastor.
The Way to Go to California
is in n tourist sleeper, personally con
ducted, via tho Uttrlington Route. You
make fast time. You see the finest
scenery on the globe.
Your car is not so expensively fur
nished as n palace sleeper, but it is
just as clean, just ns'comfortablo, just
as good to ride in and nearly $20.00
cheaper. It has wi lo vestibules;
Pintsch gas; high backed seats; n uni
formed pullmtin porter; clean bedding;
spacious toilet rooms; tables and a
heating rargo. Heing strongly and
heavily built, it rides smoothly; is
vvatin in winter andcool in summer.
In charge of each exclusion party i
an experienced, cviir-don conductor
viio necompanic'' it right through t
Cars leave Omaha, St. .Joseph, Lin
coln and Hasting every Thursday ar
riving San t'raueiM'o follow ing Sunday,
Los Angeles Monday. Only .IiicimIuvj
from the Missouri river to the Pacific
coast, iucludir'g a stop over of 1 bouts
at Denver and 2 bouts at Salt Lake
City two of the most interesting cit
ies on theeontitii nt. For folder giving
full infonna'.ion, call nt tiny Burling
ton Route ticKct olliec, or write to
(icn'l Passenger Agent Omaha, Neb.
Order of Hearing on Original Probate of
Statu or Ni:uiia-ka i. V'
W'r llaTMl t'ot'.MV. 1
Atai'ount Court. Iicld nt the County Court
Itootn. In niiil for said County. Monday, .March
blh. A I) IWKi.
In the mutter of the vvtnte of I.nclnilii Ajers
On icnitl k and iiiiiik tnu peutlon (it A T
Avert-. liravliiK taut tliciin-iriiincut llleil on me
rah dny of .March. I'.iOO. ami purpurtliiK to be tho
last will ami Tehlauu-nt of the Mild dcrensci,
innv iin nrnved. annroTen. nro oaien. n loweu.
. . ... .. ..
noil recorded aa tho last Will ami Testament of I
the fald I.uclnda Ajcra. de((acd, and that (hot.
VAt'Cllllull til piiii. iiiriiiiii,--iii, inn i'i-uuiiiiiiiiiru
and tho nilmlnlMratloii or bald vtatc may he
(granted to Allen T. Ayerc, the petliloncr us cz
Ordered, that Saturday. March 21th, A.I) 1000.
at la o'cloek a m. la aaalRiied for hearing m-Ii!
petition, when all pcrsonx Interested In ald
matter may appear nt a County Court lo bo held
In ntiil for bald comity, ami ahovv cause why tho
prayer of petitioner should not bo granted; and
that notice of the pendency ef until petition and
tho hearing thereof, be Riven to all percoiiB Inter
rhtcd la K-lit matter by publlxhliiK n copy of this
order la the lted Cloud Chief a weekly now
paper printed In sntd county, for three Mice
i-lvc vvcekx, prior to said day of heartnu
(At uucupy) iIamkh Durrr
Anyono sendlnn n sketch and description my
quickly nsccrtuln our opinion free whether an
Invention Is probably jmtontablo. Communica
tions strict IjrcontldontMl. Handbook on 1'atents
sentfroo. Oldest asency for securtnirpatenu.
I'atnnta taken llirouuti Munn Co. recelre
ifxeUitnottit, without chamo, In the
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Larsest elr.
eolation ot any aclentlOo journal. Terms, S3 a
yean tour ruonms, si.
Branch Offloe, Ob V
ear! rour moiuns, i. ouiuuyaui newauoicfj.
BC Washlugton. D. C.
C. , DO--,
BlncksmithirtK - and - Repairing
OK AI.I. KINDS.
it lltl UHHBS-iT9lHTLmmM
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
nnd Don't Know it.
How To lMiufout.
Fill a bottle or common class with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
mrti sediment or set
tling indicates an
tion of the kid
neys; If It stains
your linen it Is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass it or pain In
the back Is also
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There a comfort In the knowledge so
; oiicn cxprcssca, mat ur. Kilmer s swamp
' Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
I wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the
. back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water and scalding pain In passing
' it, or bad effects following uso of liquor,
wlnoorbeer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity oi Deing compelled to go often
during tho day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and tho extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root Is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of tho most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should nave the
best. Sold by druggists In 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
and a. book that tells
more about It, both sent
absolutely free bymall,5!
address Dr. Kilmer Be rtome of Bwip.rtoot
Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer In this paper.
Eureka Harne.B Oil li theliest
preiorvnllve of now loutlier
nnd tho best renovator ot old
leather. It oils, softens, black
ens and protect. Use
on your best harncm, your old bnr
new, and your carriage top, ami they
will nut only took tetter but wiar
longer. Hold everywhere In ran"-oll
lies from half pint to five uatlon-.
Utit bj HTA1D4RU OIL (U.
WILLIAM KELLOGa, ,
Inteiuok, LaNDSCAI'E, 4
Animals, Special and
Fur iiiti.'iiotH anil for largo Rfottps '
J of stock anil I'xti'tiiU'il vii'vvs of
liiiililiuc.s as on fai ins ami
raiiclii'i our fu'-ilities aiu
Developing, l:inisliiu anil
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I lulling 1(11 MllillCllI S. c
L'AJII.ItA-, I'l.ATK!-, c
I'll. ms, Di-.vr.i.di'iuts,
Vi:i.o. and i'l.ATivdi vim: l'.ri:i:s.
Siim'i.ik-ok ai.i. Kinds
AtSKNT ton Tin:
J"Alvista" Panoric Cameras, J
covets 180 l-pi i'i-?, live r-aincriib in
SOUKI. U.MOl!NTKI I'llOTOtlltAl'lIS J
i Kink I'iptukk Fiiamino
Havcono ot tin; umst finely ap-
pointed ilni k rooms ot its M.e in tlio
state in which yon nro always vvel- J
conn-to ('limine plates ami lit your
Wi; no Mir nt roitntAiTLKK. J
i ltooMx ovni I'ionpkii Mkat Maiikkt J
What tl lit
Tho host collars made aro to bo had of
us. Neuk comfort for your horse is os
sontial, if )ou expect him to do good
work. An ill-tilting, poorly-mado
collar in a miurco of continual irrita
tion to the hrrso. For
aro mado with a viow to comfort, dur
ability, and good nppoaranco.
Wo will sell you
THE PINBST HRRNGSS
uvflrythlng cntnploto, for your horn.
Good for hard vvhi-k, good for show
J. O. Butler, THENESS
flUR HANDSOME ILLUSTRATED
fifactiialiwultrtoformaUoa. Ill.lr, ll
nia.f you a price on tbs beat laeabator aae
Broader eoaauraclarod. VTo raf Ua roeabl,
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m Mbklmll, Wit.. IJJ bin. b.tl.jl nill.Lo.fl.T, H II 1 I 1 11
PI 10 DOLLARS WORTH FOR lOo. Q
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B Htitri-alMitaoati anil barley. Ilromuiltiernils Mm
aSaa tb imtnl gran od earth! Satitr mil o. MSm
Yfa. Rape. HprlojVVbeal, ., Inelmlloi our niam. JWf .
S, mothFiant.rrnllan.lSee.lCalaln.(i-lllriall X3
QL almul HaUer'e tlrral Million Hollar Jmm r Oa
yCfk. 1'olalo, all rnalleil ror 10c. riiat AT -TVV
maSsV lOilllttlT worth 110 u irlaelarl. MfW li
Abw I oo, (wo Mil'. sx Potii jnjtW i Jf'llTsVTlTaw
lease Xsljllkswjbu edi, -vo.4Kgr , , Js-T r. l-Cri
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II III) CLOl'l), NIMH.
S'l. LOUIS and
nil points cast and
SAL'l LAKE CY
nnd all point
TUAIN LEAVE AH rOLI.OW"!
No. 13. I'ivDiiRcr lnlly for Oborlla
Hint St. rriiiielsbriiiit'ho'.o.x
font, Mci'ook, Denver nml nil
ioltitn ivu't - T'lriiitn
No, II. rn"cii!cr daily for St. Joe.
KnosrtR city. Atclilvm, m,
I.ouK Lincoln vlu Wymote
mid nil points cr1 nii'l Ninth S 1," i m
No. IT. I'rtH'iiRLr. iliilly. Duiivcr, all
points in Colorado, L'tiili and
I'nllfortiln T.'lop m
No is I'nwMKcr, dully for St. Joe.
Imuika- Cllv. Attlition, ,st.
I.onls nnd all point eiiKt and
outli - 10 'jo n m
Nn. 111. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday. llHstlnuf. (Irntid U
laud, lllnck Hills ami all
points In tho northwest I :UJ p m
So. 113, Accommodation, dully except
Sunday, Obcrlln, Kniiaft, and
Intermediate fctatlons, via Ho
publican 1 2 130 p. ta,
No. 01. Freight, dally, Wymoro nnd
St. Joe nnd Intermediate
Junction point.... 13:4Sn,a.
No. 63. Freight, dnlly for Republican
wct, .... lOMOn.m.
No. 66. Freight, dally except Sunday
for wymoreand nil point cntt ;
No. 173. Freight dally to Oxford and
Intermediate nolnt" ..
1 :30 D.ta
Bleeping, dining, nnd reclining chair rare,
(ocala free) on through train-. Tlckcu told and
Sleeping, dining, nnd rccllnln
uaggago cnccxcu to any point in tho United
Statca or Canada.
For Information, tlmo tables, maps or ticket
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, Ked
Cloud, Ncbr. or J. Francla, General Pansenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
Caveats, and Trade-Mark obtained and all JPt-
ent buunes conducted lor Modmiatc Ftca.
Our O-ricc is Opposite u, 8. Patcnto-fic.
ana wc can secure jKiicniia icss umc man ini
remote from Waihintrton.
Send model, drawing or photo., with descrip-'
Icturge. Our fee not due till patent Is secured,
i A Pampmiit, " How to Obtain Patents," with
cost oi same In the 17. S. and foreign countries
ion. nc iutuc. 11 naieniauie or nor. tree at
sent iree. jiauress,
, PATCNT OrriCC, WASHINGTON. D. C.
I7K-.-.,,H,B-'""'' w"'r rBl-e.
L if UAU rA, tf-lflf flltirui-Vlttu Mfll u
i In ltKD o4 Uold ml4llle boiM k.1.1
iu tin ribbon. Takeaa thr. KtruM
I Iaacraa NabUtUoa ud ImlU
Ua Hn- or yoar llrijtcUl. or .end 4r. la
unii i for "rtlulara. Teatt-aonlala
aal "llf ll-r for .dl. . 11, kiiv. h, ..
r larnMall. lo.Ollo Tr.UraoDl.li. Hollbj
HttonlUip.t,r. Madl.opl'rl..-l.A.. 1-AV
STOPPED FREE "
DR. KLIhE'S CIEAf
A-iw- and .s iru.' itanr .. hoi lla pf NtrvuQ.a.ia
P.,(tl...w,a , tr. ii i. fw....... I... I'.nH,
rrrfll 1 11 tkUanU, Uir7ii,jluf r.rr..cLiir-.ori1)-'.li-n
r I. Hon I la IT. Kilt , Itl I !.ti
In 'i- .lkl.r.un Ar.tiHi rr.ll.i 'tiu. I'..
ClfUUfi and t-rantirics th titlr,
I'romutta a luxuritnt tfrnwth.
Navcr Fails to Ucatore Oray
'uir iu ii xuuiiiiui buiDr
Curt, icalp diirtui k hair UUio.
fig, anil 1 mat DrufgiiU
Our Coal is SUPERIOR
STILL SKLL AL THE SAME OI.I
Waqon Soales Back of Office.
Buy nnd sell Dalod Hay, Corn, Date
Millet, Harloy, Etc.
Full lino of Flour and Feed on hand.
W. B. ROBY,
No. 1 Tumi) Av. Phonic No, ot
BOOK AGENTS WANTED FOR
the grandest aod faiUiHolUni book ster pubUihed,
nit i.ivimo TittrrtiH rou hkau am iikaiit.
ConUlnlci Ur. MIHtlt'it ben ermoDi. vrilb. bitu
'ItjiUlioe stories, Inelilenu, IVnonal Einorlencra.etc, as toUl
By 2. L. Moody
l mwJf-.WIlhsfomptflohlitoryofhUlirebyHf.T.i'll VH.K.
I.Or-N, l'.ikir or Mr .Mmxljr a C'liic.zo I'hurrli (ur fire yrare,
ant an Intnxlucliou bjr Itrv. I.VMA.N VIIIIOT r, 11. II.
llrandnew, no pp., (xauiifuUv xUiumunl. Oj'1.000 mere
AUKNTS VVANTKII-ten and Women. ' 03Hilea
luminis a harreet llmo for AxenU. Hend for term. Ui
A. 1. WUMTHXM0T9N UtJ., Martfsrd, t'aiui.
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