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is only a symptom not n
disease. So nro Dacknelic,
Nervousness, Dizziness nnd the
Bines. They all come from an
unhealthy statu of the men
strual oralis. If you suffer
from any of these symptoms
if you feel tired and languid in
tiie morning and wish you could
lie in bed another hour or two
if there is a bad taste in tho
mouth, and no appetite if
thero is pain in the side, back
or abdomen BRADFI ELD'S
FEMALE REGULATOR will
bring about n sure cure. The
doctor may call your trouble
some high-sounding Latin
namo, but never mind the name.
Tho trouble is in the menstrual
organs, and Hradficld's Female
Regulator will restore you to
health and regulate the menses
Sol.UrJtuirnlm for i bottle. A (if llluiiutnl
bouk olll I icnlto my nmin If liquet! I millf J In
THE BRADriELD REGULATOR CO.
r. d. bedford.
Rkai. - Estate, - Insukanc-k,
Agent for the Kqtitaiii.k I.ikk Assuk
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Surgeaa B. & M. R. R. ompany,
V. 5. Pemtlon Suricm.
Vity and country calls promptly an
swered day or night.
Qrri9Kvnt Liwbuky'h Mkat Maiikkt
NIOIIT CALLS AT OFFICB.
m -! i ! i. . i . i. . aj
Dr. E. A. Ckkigiiton,
Honorary Graduate & Silver Medalist
Western University, Canada.
Walls Answered Day and Night.
rrrccOvin Cook's I'iumiact.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Otiwd Bridge Work or Teeth Without I'lalet
Aid all the latest Improvement la dental mech
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE g FARM LOANS.
Lock Uoi -a. Guide Hock, Neb.
All kinds of property bought, sold and
MERMAN t BLACKLEDOE
KTTORNBYS - RT - LHW.
ItUe rcr Put OtUcc.
RED CLOUD, NKBHASKA.
Anyone lending a iketrli and deecrlptlnn may
IcklT ucertaln our opinion free whether an
iTantlon leprokablf patentable. Communlr.
omeitiictlrronflMntlil. Handbook on I'etent
mt free. Oldeet acenor (or leourtngpatente.
Patent! taken ibroiub Munn AiM, receive
Metal notiff. nlthaat oh arse. In the
A handaomelr tllaitraicd weekly.
r llluitrated weeklr. Tneit elr.
nj ectentlBa lonrnal, Tertue, i
wtlu, L Bout brail newedealere.
Co Mis,,.,. New York
loe. m r BU Washington, D. C.
tmmm. w raj w ,.
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Mi Steailtnan came with a ear of
i I. ami good from Otoe eoun'
N '. l i n, last wtcl. anil Is inoUi ; o.i '
tin f it in lit piirt-liti'totl, knotMi litti.i,
(Si ay farm. .
I) 0 Lfith and J. JunU weio both
hern recently looking lot horses to buy.
This week ami but is moving tline.
Many changes nic being made. People
aio moving in dliTcrcnt directions.
Dr. Htadhhaw it Son have their dt tig
More lilled with a nico line of good.".
Geo. Potter has gone to tho north
part (if the county.
Quite a number fiom here attended
court at Ketl Cloud Inst week.
Archie Viers infant on died of pneu
nionia Satin day and was buried Sun
day. Win. 'arsons aecidentally shot his
sister with a target ride, causing a
painful wound, whilo visiting at Mr.
Kd 'arkcr is moving to tho farm this
Tho Viera brothcra will niovo to Nor
ton, Kansas, next week.
A. I. Carpenter was in town Wed
nesday. Deputy Sheriff iurdick was in town
Nervous weakness or palpitation of
the heart indic.tto disorder in tho
stomach and digestion. Prickly Ash
Hitters is a wonderful remedy in such
cases. It cleanses, strengthens and
regulates tho stomach, liver and bow
els, teinovos the eouso of the heart
symptom?, and builds up a strong unit
vigorous body. SoldbyC.L (Jotting
The health of the neighborhood is
jMablo Mills is on the hick list this
week and the father of Mrs. White is
not expeeletl to recover.
Tho Sunday school has a good at
tendance. Miss Pearl Korshncr will seen closo
a successful term of school in Dist. 13.
Getting ready for spring farming
will soon be the order of tho day.
On March 10th many of tho friends
of Mr. aud Mrs. J. llidy, assembled at
their home to celebrate tho sixty-fourth
birthday of Mrs. II. Among tno old
settlers present were Messrs. T. Law
ler, L. I). Thomas, K. H. Foe, Kd. Me
(June, K. K. Conrad, and Mesdames
Lawler, Thomas, Foe, Mediae and
Conrad. These have endured hard
ships of Nebraska for twenty-live years
and more and s ill pin their faith to the
Sunflower State. The friends of more
recent date were Mr. irnd Mrs. S. Hillor,
Mr. and Mrs. lioitlcr, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Thomas, Mrs. Iiranhurst and the
Misses Clatto. An abundant dinner
was provided and a most pleasant day
was passed in remembrance of old
Mr. Spilker is building a uew house
on what is known as tho Yciser farm.
Frank Slater is building a houso on
tho old Homer Hayes farm. Uoth will
be occupied by the owners in tho near
future. Old Timkk.
Changoablo weather, generally three
or four kinds every day, but still the
sound of tho seeder is heard. Several
aro putting in spring wheat whore fall
wheat failed or else whero they did not
sow last fall. A few talk of putting in
their oats but tho change of weather
Hain, hail and snow, ull inside of an
hour, with sunshine on both ends and
a little in the middle. Boat that if you
Tho yung ladies from over east
came to serenade Mr. aud Mrs. Johu
James the other ninht and made a
whole lot of noise.
Mr. and Mrs. Waterbury wore visit
ing atMrs. McUoy'H tho lattc r part ol
Mr. McCoy and family visited with
the Andrews family at Prairie (Jem on
Mr. and Mrs. John James art- at
home now to their friends, on tho farm
adjoining A. James on the east.
Mr. Rowlands fixed his chimney
which was struok by lightning, and
hopes lightning will not play so near
him in tho future.
Thojsiek are still improving with the
Mr. Armstrong would much ratuei
bo at homo than in Red Cloud if you
oau judge anything by the smile.
Ur.sMaxel and family are preparing
tomovto Wisconsin in the near fa
Kverrbody is very busy just now and
news is a little short.
Remember that name whon you want
a delicious, appetizing, nourishig
loon urinK to take the pl.co of coffee
Sold 'by all grocers and liked by all
who nave used ft. Grain-0 Is made of
puro grains, it aids digestion nnd
strengthens the nerves. It is not a
stimulant lot a health builder and
tho children as well as the adults
can driak it with great benetit. Costs
about one fourth as much as coffeo.
15o and 25o per package. Ask your
I grocer for Graia-O.
v CSriY"V"' "XX"" v
SjjU) f-r v ,vx ,
l fSja . &&? ..
iug in the rain nud so
ninny things to talk
about. That means
wet feet and a ucclcctcd cold. Then
comes the hneking.liiigering cough, nnd
the doctor looks serious and talks of pine
woods or mountain air.
That is the time when Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery proves its
value. It has cured hundreds of cases of
"weak lungs," obstinatv, lingering cough,
bionchitis, spitting of blood, and other
forms of disease, which if neglected or
uuskillfully treated lead to consumption.
" Attout clslit yenrs jiro I liml n tlicmlnit coitjili
ntul lio.irsciicw," wtlttt Mis. Mn t'. KdunnKuf
htctlliir. tt.intctc Co, t'tah. "I tried scum!
kind, of medicine lint s Itliout nnv rlTHt; nt
last I tried Or. t'icrcc'it (ioldcn Medical I)lcov
try, of which I have IiUcii four ho'llctt, ntul my
coiirIi 1 entirely cured "
Sick people are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce, by letter, free. All correspond
ence private. Address Dr. U. V. Pierce,
Iluffalo, N. Y.
HBi'OIlT OK Till: CONDITION'
PEOPLE'S BANK of RED CLOUD
t MAUTKitxo am.
Ht Iteil ( loud In Itic Stntt! of N'clinivku nt tliu
cloe of ljuinens .Mhrcli ISth, 1W).
I.ohiih and l)lir(iutils SM,f3" Til
ovutdraft. M'curud Hiid iiui'ecuri'il . . IS! CI
WiirranlMiuid liitvriinl IIuvlmiiicSIhiiiiis -VI C
Kiiriilturuaiid llxtureN nil ."ti
I'll runtcxiaMiMCH mid Iiixch pnld .... 2.0SS HI
Clireks Htiil otlivrrtiKii llcmH nI T.1
lluu from Natlunnl and Slatu
Hills of other binikH .,Kl'.i 00
NivkvlH mmiI cciito "S : a
Sicli- 815 0(1
l.i'Kal Iciulcr noteH 3,(100 00
Tolnl cash on hand 40,530 37
Total tiai.Krt 57
C'npllnl Hook .',,nxi on
SmiduNfimd 10.00 to
Undivided profits 0,5s;i 15
Individual l)cpoltH Ktibject
to cheek !S3, 100 !,T
Demand Certllleateii of de
poult 10,1.10 H7
Time Cerlllleat.B of depoHlt 41 75 - 0tl,5S2 1'.'
Totai 1131,101 57
S3TATK or NeIIIIASKA, I .
Counly of WcliMcr, f'"
I, V. A. Mienvood, cnHhler of the
ahovc tiaincd bank, do xolemuly Hwcar that the
above utatemeut In true to the hc of my knowl
lATrraTl W. A Sheiiwooii, Cathlcr.
J. I.. Mineii. Director.
(,'. II. Mineii, Director.
SiitiKcribcd and sworn to before me thla lClli
dav of Dec, 1900.
I). J. Mren, Notary Public.
1U5POHT OK Till: CONDITION
STATE BANK OF RED CLOUD,
CIIAIITKR. No. 315,
at Hed Cloud. In the State of Nchraaka, at the
close oi uuHinesa Marcn ism, ivuu.
Loannaml DIkcoiiiiIh 184,816 61
Overdrafts, secured anil unsecured 401 09
Current cxpeni-cH and taxen paid I 000 00
Check! anil other rath Iteinb 5 00
Duo from National State and
Private banke and bankers 32 050 40
Hills of other banks V.448 00
Fractional currency, nickels
and cents 28 85
Specie 3,556 25
I.eal Tender 1,50 00
Total cash on baud 39,589 10
Total 1127,863 47
Capital stock paid In 115,000 00
Surplus fund lO.oto oo
Undivided prollts 4,605 39
Individual deposit Biibject
to check 80.376 77
Demand certificates of de
posit 13,513 58
Time reitlllcates of deposit.. 4,407 73
Total Deposits 198,358 08
Total 12T,C3 47
Statu or Neiiiiaska, I ...
County of Webster. (""
I, W. T. Auld, cashier of the
above named bank, do aolcmuly swear that the
above statement la true to thu best of my knowl
edge and belief,
(atthst:) W. T. Auld. Casnlcr.
W. T. Aulii. Director.
M. Finoi, Director.
Sulixrrlbcd and sworn to before me this lOtli
day of March, 1 WO.
C. V. Kalbt, Notary Tubllc.
of the financial condition of the Nebraska Mer
cantile Company of Hed Cloud, Nebiaska, at
the close of business March 14th, 1900
Merchandise on hand I 96C4 6
Fixtures 707 00
Total resources 110371 2fl
Capital Stock I100OO 00
Surplus . 271 00
Owing on Opeu account, not duo 100 0
Total liabilities f 10371 90
I,; A. M.Kaley, president of said company do
solemnly swear that tho above statement I true
to the best of my knowledge and belief so help
A. n. Kalit, President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1Mb
day of March, 1900.
(sial.) D. J. Mtim. Notary Public.
KLm w. Kalbt, f Directors.
Try Gr ain-Ol Try Gnln-OI
Ask jour grocer today to show you a
packago of Grain-O, the now food
drink that takes the place of coffee.
The hlldren may drink it without in
jury aawell as tho adult. All who try
it. like it. OraJnO h that rich seal
krntnn riff UriAltn fiittn Kt4V tf In J M
from puro grains, and the most dolicato
stomach receives it without diatraaa
no-fourtlt the price of ootTee. ISoind
25a per package.
Sold by all grocers.
THE WAV IT v v)
3fivVH' Ttist a chance meet-
Regular examinations for persons
desiring to teach in Wobstcr county
aro hold in tho superintendent's office
at Rod Cloud, the third Saturday in
Eta J. Cam, Couaty Supt.
Regular hi vucs m .t snml ij is f ,
.Morning sertico at 1U..1U.
Itible .school at 12 o'clock.
Young People's Society of Cluistian
Kiulcavor at OiliO.
Kvening service at 7:30. .
Special music at each service.
'raycr meeting Wednesday evening
Kverybody kindly invited.
I. A. IIussoKO, Pastor.
Services next Sunday as follows:
Class nit eling at 10 am. I. P. Mc
Morning service at 10:00
Sunday School at 11:15 a.m. Con
ducted by L. P. Albright, superinten
dent. Preaching at Ainboy nt II p.m.
Kpworth League at 0;.10 p.m. Miss
Christie Weideman, president.
Kvening service nt 7:30.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All aro most cordially invited to at
Hoscok A. Uaiinks, Pa9tor.
Regular sorvices next Sunday as fol
lows: Regular morning service at 10:30.
Subject, "Itnilding the Temple," fob
lowod by collection for the ehurch
Sabbath school at 11:15.
Young People's Society Christian Kn-
tieavor nt o :so. A inonioiiul service
for Benjamin V. .MeUunc, our late
Kvening .service at 7:30. Subject
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
Ladies Aid Society meets Friday aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock.
All are heartily welcome.
Frank W. Dkan, Pastor.
Whero can you invest money nnre
profitably than by buying a bottle of
Prickly Ash bitters, you got four for
one. A kidney medicine, n liver tonic,
stomach strongthencr aud bowel
cleanser. Four medicines for one dol
lar. Sold by C. L Cotting.
Tho passenger department of the 1'.
& M. R R. offer thirteen cash pri.es
aggregating $115 for letters about Ne
braska. Particulars about the content,
which is open to all, cm he had by ad
dressing J. Francis (J P. A., Omaha,
(Jold at Cai'K N'omk. If you want
information about the Cape Nome
country, how to tret there and what It
costs, write to J. Francis, General Pas
sonper Agent, 11. & M. railroad in Neb
raska, Omaha, Neb.
Prickly Ash Hitters euro disease of
tho kidneys, cleanse and strengthens
Ihu liver, stomach nnd bowels. For
sale by C. L Cotting.
Is your namo wi itten there? Where?
On our subscription books for the last
year in tho 19th century. It should be.
I Babies and children need I
j proper food, rarely ever medi j
cine. If they do not thrive j
I on their food something is
j wrong. They need a little J
J help to get their digestive j
machinery working properly, j
rnn I IVE.R OIL
WITH HYPOPHOSPHITES of LINE "4 SODA
will generally correct this j
If you will put from one
fourth to half a teaspoonful
1 in baby's bottle three or four
I times a day you will soon see
a marked improvement. For
tarter children, from half to
a teaspoonful, according to
atfe. dissolved in their milk,
if you so desire, will very
soon show its great nourish
ing power. If the mother's
milk does not nounsn tne
baby, she needs the emul
sion. It will show an eireci
at once both upon mother
!yx. nd i.oo, all drugU.
SCOTT & BOWNE, ChemUtt, Ni
M ' W "
I Your Kidneys.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Iiumtrc blood.
All the blood In your body passes through
vour kidneys once every three minutes
- , .
i no Kianeys aro your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities In the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
mattsm come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neeleoted
kidney trouble. .
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and make3 one feci as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart Is
over-worklnrj in pumping thick, kldney
polsoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swnmp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and li sold nn Its merits ft-vA7v'
by all drueclsts In fifty-
cent and one-dollar slz-tjStBH
es. You may have aaiyi
sample come D-y man itomo of Bwamn-rtnot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
fit Co,, Blnghamton, N. Y.
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Nothing r-Un aiM
o Uir ,-linr ti, (.fit.
ant iiibt irrnn f'OUDOV i i
Nothing will lunirlliuti' innr.
r tm r nrmioira Hit
in i .
Animals, Sphcial and
Km' inlei'ior.'i mill fur liiro-ii otoiiiih
of slock and extended views of
biiildini!.s us on faimsand
ranches our faeilities aio
Developing, Finishing and
i-riniuij; lor rtniaieurs.
CAM Kit AS, Pl.ATKS,
I Films, Ukveloi-kiis, J
Vki.ox AND PI.ATINOTVPK Pai'khs,
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OIJl'l'l.ir.9 ur Al.li Il,r.1
AliKNT FOIt TDK
"Alvista" Panorio Cameras, J
covers 180 degrees, live cameras in
SOUKI. UnMOUNTIC PlIOTOdllAPIIS J
I FlNK PlCTUHK FltAMINn i
Have one of the most finely up-
pointed dark rooms of itn size in tho
stato in wliicli you aro always wel- J
i come to change plates nnd lit your
WK DO NOT DO POKTIIAITUKE.
( Hooks ovin Pionkeh Meat Maukf-T,
The best collars mado are to bo had of
id Nnk comfort for vour horse is es.
sential, if ou expect him to do good
work. An ill-fitting, poorly-made
collar is a source of continual irrita
tion to the hrrso. For
arc made with a view to comfort, dur
ability, ami good appoarance.
Wo will soil you
THE FINEST HRRNSSS
everything complete, for your horse.
Good for hard worn, good for show
J. O. Butter, THErMR?ESS
FOR 14 cents;
Wa with to Kiln tblt r SUO.0UO '
n cnituinrrf. aud li.ncsoRsr '
lPkff.Uldr UtrdrnU.M. loo i
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1 Li r KJlh. loo
1 UsrlFnipsUstibSf, tuo
1 " Karl Uluner Onion, JCo I
I Hrllllint Klowr Btd. M i
Wrt 1.Q. fr 1 U. fUC
AboT 10 Pkgi. worth 91.00, w will
mill vou tttt, to(tbir with onr
f:rt VUnt mt Hetd Utlo, Mil.
na-all about Hatttr's Millie; D.
ar l-otatf, upon rcctlpi of (bis
BotlcnA 14r. tnip
roartraa ana snow wnu ju uut.
r. Malur'i Mud! won will ntTf T
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v "tti rr f.r- ta ..k...i
bsarall.uuu quarts twice ftarlr. Hi i3S
Wlinoul. la. iw oii.wi'm.
'ha tain Htrawtitrrr
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fAlH faaartrnt KaeeMtaUeae aad Iadla
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term Mali. l.0o Tu.l.. ttltht
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llh.D CI, 01 I), sum.
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Mil. US A
nnd nil point)
S'l. l.OVIS nnd
ull points cast nml
TI1AINH I.KAVK AS rutlOUC
No. 1.1. I'nsMMiKer dally for oburllii
mid M. l-'mticli iiMtirhu. Ox
lnnl. MC'euk. Duuveriiinl nil
points wet 7:55 am
No, It. I'rtfseiiKtr dally for bt. .loo,
Ktitit'ii I'liy. AtclilMin. St.
l.dlll", t.Illl'Olll Vhl WMlllltP
and nil point cal h ml mmiIIi 8:10 p m
No. 17. I'liHuiiKi'r. dally, Denver, all
points In C'Dloradn. t'tuh and
No, IS. ncll;or dally fir St. Joe.
liiiiiMis lit;. Alrhl'on, St.
I.ihiIh and all point eatt and
No, 141. Accommodnlloii, dally except
Mnnday, MnMliiKs. Grand is
land. Illack Hills and all
tioltil in thu nortliwcvt i :io p.m
So. 143. Atdiiiiiiiodatlon, dally except
Sunday, (Ihcrllit, KaneaH, and
Intermedial!! station, via Ho
tmbllraii - 12:3(1 p. in.
ao. oi. rrcigiii,
dallr. Wvmorc and
loe and Intermediate
junction point" 19MS n.tn.
no, m, rreigni, uaiiy lor iiepuiiiican
tm . .. ... m ...
60. Freight, dally except Sunday
for Wrmoro ami all nolnt cafii 7 .:Lri a.m.
No. 173. Freight dally lo Oxford and
Intermediate points 1 :3o p.m
Sleeping, dining, nnd reclining chair rarr,
(teats free) on through trains. Tickets sold aud
baggage checked to any point In the United
States or Canada.
For Information, tlmo tablis, maps or tickets
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, lied
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Pat senger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
Our Coal is SUPERIOR
STILL SELL AL THE SAME OLD
Waqon Soales Baok of Offioe.
Buy and sell Baled Hay, Corn, Oats
Millet, Barley, Etc.
Full lino of Flour and Feed on hand.
W. B. ROBY,
No. 1 Thikd Av. Phone No. 51
C. IM, D03AC,
Blacksmithing - and - Repairing
i)V ALL KINDS.
Ordtr of Hearing on Original Probate of
State or Nkuiiaska I
Wmsteh Countt. s
At it county Court, held at the County court
Room. In ami for said County, Mouilay, Mari'U
uth A. Ii 1900,
In the matter of the CBtatc of Luclnda Ayern
On readli'B and HIIiik the petition of A. T.
Ayers. praying that tho Instrument Uled on the
oin uuy ui .imri-u. iiMj. aim purporting to be toe
last Will and Testament of ut said deceased,
may he proved. approTCd. -probated, allowed,
and recorded as the last WUIiand Testament of
the said I.uclnda Ayera. dertaied, and thntthe
execution of said Instrument way be committed
and the administration of said estate maybo
granted to Allen T. Ayers, the petitioner as ex.
Ordered, that Saturday. Marsh Jltb.A.I) 1 Dot
al in o'clock a.m. It atslfiied for htarlnr silcf
petition, when all persons Interested In mid
matter may appear at a County Court to be held
In and for said county, and show cause why llio
prayer of petitioner shooldnotbe granted, nud
that notice of the pendency at said petltltu and
the hearing thereof, be given to all personslnter
ested In said matter by publishing a copy of thla
order In the lied Cloud Chief a weekly news
paper printed lu said county, for three nieces-
if c wccis, unor iu wg oay oi Hearing.
(Atiuecopy) Jahis Dvttt,
sawawTy rrsiHHH M
BR. HUM'S tuft
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