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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1900)
WOMEN IN TROUBLE.
Tho Apprdnch of Mothorhood la tho
Occnulon of Much Anxtoty to All.
Every wotnini droml.t tlio onlcnl
through which slin must priM In becom
ing n mother. Tho pain mid nullerlng
which Is in Btoro for her Jh h Rourco of
constant anxiety, fenr nnd dread, to
nay nothing of tho danger which tho
coming incident entails. Tho Joyoua
anticipations with which nho looks for
ward to baby's coming gives way to nn
Indescribabto dread of tho ordeal when
ho fully realizes tho critical nnd trying
ovont which will noon approach and
navo to bo endured.
Women tdiould hail with delight n
remedy which insures to them Im
munity from tho pnln, Buffering nnd
danger Incidental to child-bearing.
Buch a remedy Is now offered, and
women need not fear loncer thn hour of
childbirth. "Mother's Friend" in n
Bcientlllo liniment and if used beforo
confinement, gently and aiirely prepares
tho body for tho great requirements
and changes it Is undergoing, insures
safety to IkiUi mother and child, and
takes her through tho event with com-
Sarativo ease and comfort. Tills won
orful remedy is praised by every
rnmnn tvlwt fma naiul If
What woman is not interested in
"Mothor'n Friend?" Tills wonderful
remedy has boon tested nnd its price
lets valuo proven by tho experience of
thousande of happy mothers who
havo used it during tho most critical
period of woman's life tho approach
end culmination of motherhood.
It has won their everlasting praise,
for it gavo thorn help nnd iiopo in
their most trying hour nnd when
moat needed. Every womnn may eoino
day nocd "Mothers Friend." Tho
llttlo book, "Dcforo Hnby is Born,"
tolling all about It, and when it should
bo used, will provaof great interest and
benefit to all expectant mothers, und
will bo sent freo to any address upon
application to tho Urudllold Ilegulator
Company, Atlanta, Qa.
r. d. bedford,
Rkai. - Estate, - Insurance,
Agent for tho Kotitaui.k Like Asstrit
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Surgeon B. tfc hi. R. R. ompany,
j ad V. S. Pcmilott Surgetn.
Oily and country calls promptly an
swered day or night.
UrrioKVKit I.inhsky's Mkat Maiikkt
N1CIIIT CALLS AT OFflCU.
Dr. E. A. Creighton,
Honorary (irnduato & Silver Mcdnlisl
Western University, Canada.
Vai.i.s Answered Day anii Xiairr.
rrriEOvm Cook's rimtMAcr.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
town 1 Bridge Work or Teeth Without Phtei.
And all the latest ItaproTemonlta denul tnech
I. 13. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE g FARM LOANS.
Lock llox 13. Ouldo Hock, Neb.
All kinds of property bought, sold and
XTTORNBYS - KT - L7SJW.
OttUc rcr Itost Qtllcc.
RID CLOUD, NKUKASKA.
tat Ova Bjniti. TMUaGovd. Use HI
B httiaa. Mnm tw dra.ni.u.
The Imnrd of county uoiiunisHioiierft
met NVcdiK'nhiy, Alnieli 'it). pursuant to
adjournment. All iiii'iiihciH present.
Tht following olllceiM weru appointed:
Aichlu (.'unipliell, toad oveiseer Dint,
No. 53; 15. 11. Vance, load overseer Dint.
No. II; Otto Jensen, road overseer Dlsf.
No. !t8; A. 15. Wolcott, load overseer
Dlsl. No, 1; Arthur K Davis, nsHessor
for Walnut Creek precinct; Robert Oar
ilson, constuhlo for (Initio Rock.
Petition of W. H. Cramer and others
to open up a road, commencing at the
northeast corner of Section 20, Town !l,
Range II, west, and running thence
south two miles between (sections 20-21,
28-21), and terminating at the southeast
corner of Section 27, Town it, Range 11.
Petition was granted as prayed for and
eleik ordered to plot same.
Petition of Jas. Huhatka, John Mc
Callum and others to vacate the road
commencing at corner of half section on
the south side of Section 10, thence
north to north line of Section 0, Town it,
Range II, west, running a distance of
two miles bo declared vacated. Prayer
granted and clerk ordered to mnko
change nnd record and plot same.
Now conies Thomas llrakefield and
says that ho is erroneously assessed for
tlio year 1880, and asks that tho assess
ment he changed from Thos. Urnkeliuld
and Samuel Unrber to Win. Urakeiield
and Samuel Oarber, as he was not at
that nor at any time a member of tho
linn of Urakelleld and Oarber. On
motion tho correction wns ordered made.
The jesignation of A. II. Knley as
justico of the peace for tho city of Red
Cloud was pusvnted and accepted,
Petition of Albert Melford to open road
commencing at tho southeast corner of
Section !I2, Town 1, Range 10, referred
to Jerome Vance and J. G. Overman.
Petition of II. A. Stumcnphorst and
others to open up a road commencing at
tho northwest corner of Section i!0, Town
i, Range 11, and running thence cast on
section line and terminating at the north
east corner of said section, Referred to
Geo. P. Weber.
Hoard adjourned to meet at 0 o'clock
a.m. .March 21st.
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment.
All members present.
Request of James Burden, clerk of
the district court, asking for nn allow
ance for a deputy, was granted, said
allowance to come out of the fees of the
In the matter of the erroneous assess
ment of l W. Cowden, tho county
treasurer was ordered to refund $2I.P0
of 17.15 paid under protest.
In tlio matter of the erroneous assess
ment of the Peoples Rank of Red Cloud,
on motion tho treasurer was ordered to
refund tlio amount of $l!il.8i as taxes
paid under protest.
J. O. Lindloy asked tho board to can
cel interest on personal taxes for tho
years 1880, 1887. 1888. No action taken
for want of jurisdiction.
In the leatter of tho erroneous assess
ment of tho New York Underwriters
Insurance Co. tho county treasurer was
authorized to correct the error by re
ducing tho valuation from $700 to $7.00,
nnd to accept and receipt for tho taxes
The board appropriated $75 for county
In tho matter of tho doublo assess
ment of K. llirkner the county Ucaj
urcr was authari.etl to striko out ono
of the assessments from tho tax list
Tho county treasurer is hcrebj or
dered and authorized to sell lot 1,
block ft, Swcczv's add to Hluo Hill for
Lots 111 and 1-1, block 8, Kaley &
Jackson's addition to Red Cloud, $10
Lots 22, 22, '24, block 13, Kaley &
Jackson's add to Red Cloud for $15.00.
Lots 10 and 20, block 0, Kaley &
Jackson's adtl to Red Cloud for 111.
Lots 0, 7, 13, 20 23, block fi, Harbor's
add to Red Cloud for ?35.
Lots 17, 13, 10, 20, 22, 23 and 21 in
block 10, city for f50.
Lots 1, 2,3, block 7, LcDttu's adtl to
Red Cloud, $20.
i.ot 0, block 6, city of Red Cloud, $10.
Lots 1, 2, 3, block 0, city of Red
Lots 18, 10, 20, b'ock 17. add to
Red Cloud, $15.
Hoard adjourned to meet Marck 22d,
at fl a m.
Hoard mot pursuant to adjournment
with all members prespnt.
It is hereby ot doted that previous to
tho drawing of tho warrants for any
claim nlloMcd by this board that tho
county treasurer should furnish tho
county clerk a list of all delinquent
taxes owing by such claimant and that
said clerk shall draw a warrant in fa
vor of the claimant only for tho excess
of such claim, and tho sold County
clerk shall draw WnVrant upon tho
proper funds in favor of the county
trOABtU'&r for tho amounts so deducted
lor taxes. It is further ordered that
tho allowauco of all claims hereafter
shall bo with reference to this order
until tho samo is repoalciljby resolution
of this board.
Tho county treasurer is hereby or
dered to procood at onco to tho collec
tion of nlljtaxes levied previous to tho
year 1897 which aro now unpaid.
Now comes Geo. R. Chanoy, attorney
for Harry MoOormal, nnd tiles claim
for damages and makes objections to
onenine ol road commencing at tho
northeast corner of section 7-1-9. Ob-
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vopv SrAP J -
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inch of your hand
the whole body you have 2,381,284 of these
little cavities to look after. Evcrv one of th
openings must be kept clear, or the impurities of the
body can not pass out. Now, to cleanse the pores,
you need a fine, pure soap. Scientists who speak not
from opinion, but from scientific analyses, urge the use
of Ivory Soap. Qtoyr per cent. pure.
C0.Ml.wiT 1,11 If thl 0CII
fections overruled. Special appear
anco overruled. Claim for damages
denied except $100 allowed by apprais
ers of said road.
Tho following ollicial bonds were
Archie Campbell, overseer road di
triet No. 1)3.
E. II. Vance, overseer road district
Jno. R. Coqji, overseer road district
Len Wilmot, overseer road district
Mikn Strohle, overseer road district
A. 15 Wolcott, overseer road district
A. R. Davis, assessor, Walnut creek
Clins (toll, overseer road district
Robert (Jarrison, 'constable, Guide
Tho following claims were allowed:
P. J Duffy, ovcroeer f 30 00
A W (,'litnt, oMiwcr 31 00
Jon lliibimke. overseer ... 3.1 23
Chnadlllinm, wittiest lnanecae 4 00
Clins Scliullz, ,1 00
I, S Wilson, attorney ;i 00
I W Ttilleyi, iloctor 8 20
Jan Harden, clerk 8 05
Itobt. Damcrcll, doctor 4 00
Harry McCormal, road damaged 100 00
U A Creighton, medical cervlccH 7 00
W II Itoby, feeo for jioor 12 7fi
I. II Heck, medical gurrlccH :3 00
E O MoraiiTlll, doctoring horse a 60
Wm. ltlfc, xnpplIcH
TiirmirellroB., mdse. for joor
A O Hale, nccial com
Yancc Sorgennen, road work
A C Hale, Hjiechil com
)08 Ilubacck, road work
Wm Holsclni, road tvork
M Klnkenblnder, appralt-er
S Lliidwy, Hppraler
V M . Crablll, appraiser .
Peter l'cterhon... . . .. ,
A W Clioat. road work
Jos Ilubacck, bridge work
1 1) Hodge, rond work
I.eu Wilmot, brldKe work
TOTIIERHOOD is woman's natural destiny.
lyl Many women are denied the happiness of, children
through some derangement of the generative organs.
Actual barrenness is rare.
Among the many triumphs of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham Before taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound I had one child which lived only six
hours. The doctor said it did not have the proper nourishment
while I was carrying it. I did not feel at all well during preg
nancy, In time I conceived again, and
thought I would write to you for advice.
Words cannot express the gratitude I feel
towards you for the help that your medi
cine was to me during this time. I
felt like a new person; did my work
up to the last, and was sick only a
short time. My baby weighed ten
pounds. He is a tine boy, the
joy of our home. He is now six
weeks old and weighs sixteen
pounds. Your medicine is cer
tainly a boon in pregnancy."
Mrs. Flora Cooper, of
Doyle, S. Dak., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham
Ever since my last child I
suffered with inflammation of
the womb, pains in back, left
side, abdomen and groins, My
head ached all the time, I,
could not walk across the floor '
without suffering intense pain.
I kept getting Worse, until
two years ago I wrote to you
for advice, and began taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
I had not finished the first bottle before I felt better. I took
four bottles, and have been strong and perfectly healthy ever
lace, nd now have two of the nicest little girls."
oL.: ..,., rv-
o. ovap. vu uiie square
there are 2,800 pores. On
t 0vlt CO, ClNCIKiiiri
TrmletK Lumber Co
lI)ull'y. bridge work
Tlio l)ull, bridge work
Wm. Ironi', lumber
Trnders Lumber t'o.. lumber...-
V E Copclcu,
Jos Herburgcr, .
1. 1) Well.
0 I) Vanllook.
Clias Hoot. ...
A B Anderson,
A A Ilurdlrk,
Siiinuel Wct, JiiPtlco fei"
.1 I Hale, clerk of bonrd, let ipmrtcr..
James llurdeu, court fees
It II Fulton
W S Acliby. printing
htate Journal Co., supplies
Traders Lumber Co., coal
Kva J Case, expense account
State Journal Co., supplies
W 9 A Hli by, printing
J V Pale
J P Hale
A A Ilurdlck
School Dlst, No. itf
K Kllurr. hall Kerry case
1 11 Colrln, Justice fees Uerry case .. .
J W llunchey, witness llerry case ....
Mrs. (1 Wl.lndsey,
Mrs. Henry Clark,
I. U Wells.
ft' I Ml
4 'J I
Compound is the overcoming of cases
of supposed barrenness. This great
medicine is so well calculated to regu
late every function of the generative or
gans that its efficiency is vouched for
by multitudes of women.
Mks. Ed. Wolford, of Lone Tree,
Jerome Vntice, roinmlssloiicr .
J U Overman
flto P Webber,
J r ll.it-
LI) Well", fees
1. 1) ells feci
W I, McMillan"
. . io e
W I, McMillan " u 01
W I, McMillan
. PJ 03
II) 5 1
, 11 0i
. II 70
Kchool District No. 74
School District No. 1
W XV Ward, supplies
C O Kgertnn. juror 'fta..
W M HngHlt, '
Jos Herborgcr, " "
XV I'rtliucr " "
Dnld Paul " "
J I! Itlmon "
A C Halo
Mi McOill ' '
K Armstrong ' '
It W Kutuilz
T 1) Poll
II A McCuno "
Oiner Uagnou "
tirant Houchln "
W It Audornon
Clins Zalluian '
, 14 10
, 12 20
.luoiory ; oo
Putor Ilrltton 33
Wm Crablll .'!'..'" 10 00
II A Howard o 10
John TomlluBon i 14 j0
Oliver Ilodgo ....'.'.14 30
IN I'opo 12111
II N Itutledgo 8 i0
I, Chancy 1210
CKverllng 27 40
W A May. commissioner 4070
The following claims were rejected:
fieri Illnlr witness fees 410
WMMohlcr do 110
Houry Popp do 110
Paul LadgrolT do 1 m
t'hus I.udgroIT do 1 10
L D Koao 375
fas llonucliamp wltucae fees
I. Aubushnn dn
Mlnrnn lleauchauip do
J O Nelson
do 1 on
do 5 50
do 2 20
do a (II
do 2 20
do 2 20
do a 00
do 2 00
do a 20
do 2 20
do 2 00
J I 1"
do 1 III
do ... . I 10
do 1 10
J H Marsh
W J HunlH
A M .Stvurluguu
Frank A Ilea
Mary Me fiord
Mrs T. M Douglass
A A Aldou
Minutes tend anil approved, lioiinl
atljiiiiriifil l-i rii'ft at one o'clock p in.
May b, 11)00.
Thin, pale, anaemic girls;
need a fatty food to enrich!
their blood, give color to
their cheeks and restore their ;
health and strength. It is!
safe to say that they nearly :
all reject fat with their food.
COD LIVER OIL
I is exactly what they require ;
I it not only gives them the im-; ;
I portant element (cod-liver oil) !
I in a palatable and easily di
I gested form, but also the hypo
phosphites which are so valua-
ble in nervous disorders that
$ usually accompany anaemia.
SCOH'S EMULSION isa!
fatty food that is more easily ;
digested than any other form
of fat. A certain amount of ! i
flesh is necessarv for health.
I You can get it in this way.
ifi "" We have known per'
sons to gain a pound a
day while taking it. w
50c nJ$i.oo,UdrugUu. II
In tho District Court of tlio Tntled States
the District of Nebraska.
In ths matter of William o. Dluimlck.
Notice to creditors of the above, named bank,
nipt, of his application tor discharge In bank
ruptcy Ordered that tho Tth day of April, A D.
1000. be and the same hereby Is fixed as the date
on or before which all creditors of and all other
persons Interested In said estate and 111 the
matter of discharge In bankruptcy of said bank
nipt, shall If they desire to oppose the
same, file In my office In Hastings, Nebraska,
their appearance In writing in apportion to the
5 ranting of fold discharge, and also within ten
bjb thereafter die In my said ofllcospcclllca-
nous 01 1110 grounus 01 ham opnusinou,
hand hereto this mill day of
March, 10; 0.
,1, A. (Iiiidinbr,
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n r"klkaliuullr!llonwiUoB. 11 hirer. Ul
tMnit.)Mak.eaUM but Ualilar 4
Br4it.r UiftoDftfiutML W Iai is kiWhi.
Sari mica loabalsr Cm., CIij Uatrr.Nek,
1. 1) Wells, fees
Private Roy Kcator
Co. B, First Illlnolu
Army of Invasion,
Tifth Army Corps,
Chicago, III, Auk.29, I899.
The Dodds Medicine Co., Dulfalo, N. Y.
Ocntlemen: Alter atrvlne 3 months In the
Cuban War. living In trenches full of mud and
water day alter day, nnd drinking water full ol
disease, and eating when I could get It, finally
threw mc Into a fever nnd this located In
my kidneys, developing llright's Disease. I
was In n serlou condition (or some time niter
my return. Dmld'ft Kidney Pills were recom
mended to me by one ol our Company who had
sullcred the same trouble I had, nnd he had
been cured; therefore I took Dodd's Kidney I'llls
nnd am glad to state that I nin as well and sound
In health today as before going to Cuba. I credit
Dndd's Kidney I'llls lor restoring my health,
and recommend them to any one suffering from
Kidney trouble). I am very gratefully
Dodri'a Kldncr Pills cure all
Diseases of the Kidneys.
Sold by all dealers In mcdl
cine. 0 cents a box or six boxes
lor i.zu. sent 011 receipt 01
rice or luc wnaus .ucuitinc
Io., Buffalo, N. Y.
and particulars as to how to secure
160 acres of the best Wheat growing
land on the Continent, can be
secured on application to the
Superintendent of Immigration,
Ottawa, Canada, or the undersigned.
Specially conducted excursions
will leave St. Paul, Minn., on the
first and third Tuesday in each
month, and specially low rates on all
lines of railway are being quoted for
excursions leaving St. Paul on March
28th, and April 4th, for Manitoba,
Assiniboia, Saskatchewan & Alberta.
V. V. BENNETT,
Canadian Government Agonl,
I Imi-.uiou, Landscaii:,
Animals, Spkcial and
bin interiors and for Inreo groups
nf stuck and extruded views of J
diiikiiiirs u on larnisatnl
ratiuliiw our facilities aio
Develonlntr. Finkhino- nnd
'?';. V ? i
rrmiing ior Amateurs.
Films, Devei.oi'Kiis, J
' VKI.OX AND I'l.ATINOTVl'E PaI'EKS, J
Sui'PUEsoF am. Kinds
I AI5ENT FOK THE
"Alvista" Panoric Cameras,?
s covers 180 dnfrpes, live catnoras in
b'ouEi. Unmounted Piiotookahis.
t Fine Pictuke Fkamino
t Havo ono of tho most linoly np
iiomicd dark rooms of its size in the
J stato in which yon aro always wel.
t oomc to cliango plates nnd lit your
Wk do not do poutkaituke.
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G. W, DOSn,
BIncksmithinK - and - Repairing
)! Al.t. KINDS.
The best collars niado nre to be had of
us. Nock comfort for your horso is ns
sontial, if yon expect him to do good
work. An lll-litting, poorly-mado
collar is a source of continual irrita
tion to the hrrso For
are made with a view to comfort, dur
ability, nnd good appoaranco.
Wo will sell you HHfCJI
THE FINEST HKRN6SS
ovorything complete, for your horso.
tiootl for hard worn, good for show
J. O. Butler, THEtfR?E!?s'
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