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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1900)
"We hare three children. Before the
birth of the last one my wife used four bot
tles Of MOTHER'S FRIEND. If you had the
pictures of our children, you could sec at
a glance that the last one
Is healthiest, prettiest and
finest-looking' of them all.
My wife thinks Mother's
Friend Is the greatest
remedy In the
world for expect
Written by a Ken
prevents nine-tenths of the
suffering Incident to child
birth. The coming mother's
disposition and temper remain unruffled
throughout the ordeal, because this relax
ing, penetrating liniment relieves the
usual distress. A good-natured mother
Is pretty sure to have a good-natured child.
The patient Is kept Id a strong, healthy
condition, which the child also Inherit
crisis n-( an(, a,mo$t pa,nlesslT
misisxs to her rapid recovery, and wards
iff the dangers that so often follow de
livery. t 5old by drucfttta lor $ I bottle,
THE DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
Send for our free Illustrated book written
upreiily tor expectant mother.
R. D. BEDFORD.
Real - Estate, - Insurance,
Agent tor tlio Kqtitablk Lifk Assuk
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Sargctn B. Af. R. R. tnpaojr,
aad U. S. Jtoatftn Sartcm.
City and country calls promptly nn
swereil day or night.
OrIOK0TKULlN8KT'S MEAT MARKET
NiailT CALLS AT OFFICE.
Dr. E. A. Ckeighton,
Honorary (Jrnduato & Silver Mcdnlist
Western University, Cnunda.
Calls Anhwerew Iay ani Night.
Tio Easter pcogram in tlio M. K.
Cliiircli win n grand success nnd well
Hltondrd considering the wenther.
Wllllimi Jones, wife nnd two sons
spent Friday evening with tlio Roland
fnniilv, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnpninn.
Mr. Kolnnd nnd daughter, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Clmptimn nnd Mr. and Mrs. Mc
Coy nnd dniighter nlo Knster dinner
with Charley Wntcrbury nnd fnmlly.
Mrs. Chnpninn spent Sundny nfter
noon with Mr. nnd Mrs. West who
have been Inid up with rheumatism nnd
la grippe They nro improvlngslowly.
Albert lleniy nnd fnmlly lmve had n
very severe nttnek of lngrippo. Tlio
wholo family linvo suffered mow or less
and pnrt of the time nil wero down
A son jf Mr. HIiich living in Adnms
county while plnying bull, was struck
in tlio stomach which resulted in his
denth. 1I wn8 burled on Wednesdny
in tho Hluo Hill coniotory.
Mrs. John Piol nnd dnughtcr wont
visiting Inst Friday nnd did not return
until Tuosdny ovening, lonving John
nnd tho boys to koep "batch." John
wears a broad smile since their return.
Tom Jouci wlfu find tlaujjlllel', Mrs.
'iViiiiam Jones nnd Mrs. John Kvans
expect to depart for Wales about the
lirst of Mny. They expect to bo gono
the greater part oi tho summer visiting
tho bconos of childhood in Wales.
Tho hunters hnvo returned from Ken.
osaw nnd report a grcnt tinio camping
nnd living upon ronstod wild fowl.
Tho gronter part of thoso shot thoy
were unnblo to reitch on nccountof tho
deop wntcr. Tho gooso intended for
homo ronsting wns oxchnnged for u
nnrenl of tinner nt Kcncsnw. Too bad!
Miss Jennette Palmer, n dnughtor of
Mrs. Palmer south of Bluo Hill is re
ported to hnvo boon thrown from a
buggy in Michignn whero sho wns
tenching school nnd killed. Tho body
was Bhipped to Illuo Hill. Tho funeral
will tako plnco on Friday at tho Pres
byterian church. Sho was a member
of tho Blue Hill lodgo Degree of Honor.
,NE reason Mrs. Pinklmm's treatment helps women
promptly is thnt they have confidence In her.
Thromrh some of the many thousands of Mrs. Pink-
ham's friends nn ailing woman will be led to write to Mrs.
Pinkliam at her homo in Lynn,
Muss., and will tell her symptoms.
The reply, made without chnrge of
any kind, will bear such evidence
of knowledge of the trouble thnt
belief in her advice at once inspires
This of itself is a great help.
Then tho knowledge that women only see the letters asking
for advice and women only assist Mrs. Pinkliam in replying
makes it easy to be explicit about the little things that define
Mrs. Eliza Thomas, of 6$ Pine St., Easton, Pa., writes:
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham I doctored with two of the best
doctors in the city for two
years and had no relief until I
began the use of your remedies.
My trouble was ulceration of
the womb. I suffered
something terrible, could
not sleep nights and
thought sometimes that
death would be such a
relief. To-day I am a well
woman, able to do my
own work, and have not
a pain. I used four bottles
of Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and
three packages of Sana
tive Wfc ana cannot
thank you enough for the
good It did me." 4
Mrs. M. Stoddard,
268, Springfield, Minn.,
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham For
about four years I was a great sufferer from female troubles. I
had backache all of the time, no appetite, pains in stomach, faint
ing spells, was weak and my system was completely run down.
I also had falling of womb so bad that I could scarcely walk
across the floor. After taking two bottles of your Vegetable
Compound and one box of Lozengers, can say I am cured."
J. S. EMIGKE,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Crown i Bridge Work or Ttelh Witboil l'lalei.
And all tbe latent Improvement In dental mecn
I. 13. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS,
Lock llox 1. (lulde Rock, Neb.
All kinds of property bought, sold and
OVERMAN it ULACKLBDOti
ATTORNEYS - KT - L-TCW.
Otttcc tret Put Ottlct.
RID CLOUU, NEBRASKA.
Tho sick on this creek arc all up and
Chas Arbucklo has sold his fat cattle
to Morhart & Cutter.
All of tho "potato cranks" planted
their potatoes last Friday.
O. A. Provalt hns put in now scales
and has also a lino ynrd to weigh in.
Tho grnss is starting nicely on this
creek nnd already young stock could bo
Prospects for fruit this year is very
gojd, and n great many now trees nro
Rather wet for drouthy Kansas. Tho
recent showers hnvo been lino on tho
oatf recently plnnted.
James Fruit has planted somo corn,
and ninny more would have planted
had it not been for tho recent rains.
Mrs. Sapp of Cora, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. V. H. Scrivncr, died last
Tuesday and was buried nt Mt. Hopo
Mrs. V. H.Scrivner had tho misfor
tuno to fall and hurt her limb very
badly but is nblo to bo around bv tho
aid of crutches.
Tlio Scrivncr boys who nro on tho
(Soblo Ranch have sovernl hundred
acres 01 pafturu innti on wnieii mey
will pasture all the untile brought to
To thoso who got out crook mixed up
with Penny creek will say that our
creek heads nonr Mt. Hopo school
house nnd enters tho Republican river
uonr the old mill site.
Last Sundnv Al Scrivncr drove to
Hod Cloud, 11 distance of about twenty
mites, in tho rain nnd mud nnd took
Dr. Creighton out to Mr. Snpp's, nnd
made the trip in livo hours nnd n half.
Monday wns n wet dny.
J. E. Yost mado another shipment of
stock this week.
Lillie Snyder is visiting friends at
Geneva this week.
Dr. Koehler Ib confined to the house
with nn attack of la grippe.
Mrs. Bolton of Davenport was in tho
city tho lnttcr part of tho week.
Homer Smith of Havelock spent
Sunday nt tho homo of C. C. Stout.
A vounc dnuKhtcrwns born to Mr.
nnd Mrs.O. A. Whelau Saturdny.
Charley McCoy who has been seri
ously ill tho past two weeks is recov
ering. A. P. Johnson nnd his two daughters
are visiting his old home in Sheffield,
James Moioy returned homo after
spending a couple of months with
friends in Iowa.
Mrs. Wm. McDonnld camo homo
Friday ovening nfter spending tho
winter with friends in Illinois.
Thos. Snyder cntuo up from Genovn
whero hois employed mnking bread,
to spend Sundny with his family.
Earl McKelvoy rode a biko down
from Hastings Friday evening, but
returned on the train on account of
Miss MoCrncken left Tuesday morn
ing for Grand Island to tako a civil
service examination. John Kropp 'llis
chargi of the primary room in her absence.
At the republican caucus tlio follow
ing gentlemen wero elected as dele
gates to tho county convention. L. B.
Tliorne, L. E. Spcnce, L. D. Culey, H.
Widdershoim, W. It. Anderson, C A.
Easterley and 11. Wallace.
We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re
ward for tiny enso of Cntnrrh that can
not ho cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F J. Cheney & Co , Props,,Toledo,0.
Wo the undersigned, hnvo known F.
J. Clionny for tho Inst 15 years, and be
lievo him perfectly honorahlo in nil
business transactions nnd financially
nblo to carry out nny obligations made
by their linn.
West & Tiiuax, Wholcsnlo Druggistp,
Waluino, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholc
snlo Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hull's Cntnrrh Cure is taken inter
nally, acting directly upon tlio blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
Shake Into Your Shoes.
Allen's Foot Kaso, n powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet,
ingrowing nails, and instantly tnkes
the sting out of corns nnd bunions.
It is the greatest comfort discovery of
the ago. Allen's Foot Enso makes
tight or now shoes feel easy. It is a
certain euro for sweating, callous,
nnd hot tired, nching feet. Try it to
day. Sold by all druggists and shoo
stores. By mpil for 25c in stamps.
:l uackngo free. Address Alien S.
Olmstoad, L,eroj N. V.
There will be no April meeting of
the Fourth District teachers. Those
who attend tho gonornl mooting nt
Cowles, April 28th will reciovo credit
for tho month's work. Wm. Hkkfel
bower, Vico Pros., Fourth District.
of Chicago Praises
Pills. They Have
Cured Him of
mndo n delivery of nursery stock litre
Cbas. W. Bushee was grnnted saloon
liconso by tho village board, Tuesday
evening last week.
Jesse Garrison has shipped in a tino
Shire nnd a Norman. J. S. Lnrgcnt
now hns them in charge nt Crow's liv-
I.B. Colvinhas sold the H. C. Col
burn fnrm to Paul Greon from Green
County, lown, and lot 10, block 0
Guide Rock to Joseph Hunter.
Tho retiring village bonrd concluded
thoir business and the new loud were
sworn into ulllco and organized. Tlio
new board is composed of A. J Hayes,
chairman, J. S. Marsh, elerk, I). Join",
W. A. Seeley, and U.S. Proud lit. Bert
Crow was appointed marshal and '.
M. Doudnn, treasurer.
is a food medicine for the
baby that is thin and not
well nourished and for the
mother whose milk does
not nourish the baby. g
It is equally good for the y
boy or girl who is thin and X
jt pate ana noi wen nounsneu yg
m by their food; also for the M
2 anaemic or consumptive Z
V adult that is losing flesh V
and strength. J
V In Fart, fnr all rnnrlitinnt V
r ..,.,.i:nw : '. iu tnnA W
VI TTUJUIII .
Chicago, III,, Auk. 3o, 1899,
The Doddi Medicine Co., Iluffalo, N. Y.
aentlemen: Your Kidney Pills are all that
you cltlm lor them. I had been a sufferer for
long time lrom Rheumatism, and Dodd'a Kidney
Pills Is the only remedy that ever did He any
(rood. I am completely cured and recommend
Dodd's to any one mlterlng from Rheumatism.
Dodd's Kidney Pills cure all
Diseases of the Kidneys.
Sold by all dealers in medi
cine, SO cents a box or six boxes
for $2.50. Seat on receipt of
price by The Dodds Medlclna
Co., Buffalo, U, Y.
What Do You Sa?
Will the World
60 Hungry ?
TI1I1 wm the quontlon &Ued by the Chicago
Trlbuno of n recent ilato when rcfcrflnfj ti ft
pcich made by Sir William CroUct dwelling
upon the problem or ine wornrn wneai nip
ply, Or oat llritaln being utile to produce only a imall
percentage of hat the consumed.
Western Canada will Prevent It
With million, of acrea of excellent wheat land In
Wetttrn Canada awaiting the hutbandman'a effoi t,
there l no fear of an cxhauitcd nupply. Thate land
owned by the Government are glTen free to tettlerat
near railway,, schools, churchei, etc Particulars can
be naci on application tomipi. im
migration, Ottawa, Canada, or to
W. V. BENNETT.
Canadian QoTernment Agent.
SOI New Turk Life Ilulldlog,
Now h tho time to sulijcitbo
1). O. Keith Is hero nuain buying
G. W. HiiRitn hns just returned from
Tcxits and reports his son Charles bet
ter E. M 1'nrUor nnd C V. Corwin each
Old as the Hills
are tbe pains and aches of
Sure as taxes is the cure of
St Jacobs Oil
medicine that will nourish
and build up the body and J
give new life and energy
when all other means fail.
Should be taken In summer as
well as winter.
$oc. and i 00, all druggists.
SCOTT A HOWNE, Chemists, New Yoik.
I avu .FE B" raoW wvavi
Animals, Special and
Commercial Work, j
For interims nnd for largo groups J
of stoek nnd extended views nf
buildings us on fnrmsnnd
rauelies our fauilities lire
J Developing:, Finishing and
Printing for Amateurs.
i Films, Devei.oi'Kus,
HMitfi Seedi are narrantw to rr3ac. VJ
UfchloQ Luther, E.TroT.P., Mlonliht J the woflJ
Ufahleott. Wli.. 173 but. btrlfTi D(lll.LoTrJr.
Ki.iU'inff.MItin . tTtrroitliic 230buih.Rtltfr'iccra
Mr ttere. If Toa doubt, write tntni. 0 Wllb to KftlD
I KX.Otwnew oailornfri, nine wihhpioh tnti
10 DOLLARS WORTH FOR tOo.
10 (k(i of rut firm l, bJt Duih. tbe 3 4 1
graPpU,rroJUeiUTruDUUi uv t mu 1 uiua umj 1
lr a'rtBigi giim umiitt uwui iuvtiui
ttm crctci (tht od frHiI 3MMr ayi
L. 1Ui,e. HnrtD W Lftt. &.. luctudtDC CUT Itlll
V . ; ..l . a..... i a a., a p.i.i.. a. tii-.)i
mom rlni. r ruunt pit .iaii, n iiiubbvi
atxiut ruiien iar?i .niuion iioimr
I'iUto til m&lltd rr 100. M'U'I
Vklox AND 1'LATINOTYIMS PAl'KKS, J
OUri'MKS OF ALL KINDS.
'Alvista" Panoric Cameras, J
covers 180 degree.', livo
cnincrns in 4
i.itlflr worth I10M xlaitaH.
. lOaOOObUM. MM r.i.iMt
t) pll ratllnl Tf (tta
on wu., li.vv.
CImjuo aoi Utuiinci the ball.
Promot.i a laiurlant ffrowth.
Never Falla to ltcatoro Qray
Jlair 10 lis xouiaiui i;uinr.
Cum rca'p di.raioi a htlr lalllcg.
Pel In I't'. 8'iltl tty ilrugtfUta. ,..llcSf,,
Memorinl of Hed Cloud Lodge No.
COA.O. U. W.on tho death of 11. V.
Wheroa", In the wisdom of out Su
preme Comiimnditr, btotlier 11 V.
Urower has been called from our midst
thereby taking another link from tho
living uhaiu Unit hinds us together as
brothers, therefore, bo it
Kusolveil, That in tho death of
brother H. V. Hrower, this lodgo hits
lost ono of its first and most faithful
members, his life always exemplifying
tho noblo principles of our beloved
Resolved, That tho sympathy of this
lodgo bo extouded to tho wife and
children of our deconsed brother In
thoir great boroavomont.
Resolved, That these resolutions bo
sproad upon tho records of this lodgo,
published in tho local papers and a
copy sent our sister.
Hy older of Committee.
What Do the Children Brink.
Don't give them tea or eolTuo Kavo
you tried tho new food drink called
(iraiu OY It is delicious and nourish
ing and takes tho place of coll'oo The
mure (irnin-l) you give the children
tho more health ynudisttil-ute throtigb
tin if r- i.l(-l)). lil'iiili O is 11 de uf
pu ;: iiuih iv'id lien it 1 pu
p. in il t.intcs like the elmice Kiivu..f
I'nll'ct' but eols about one foul th us
much. All grocers sell it, 15u and Me.
DON'T FEEL RIGHT...
Do you wake up in the morning tired and unre
freshed? Do you perform your daily duties
languidly? Do you miss the snap, vim and
energy thai was once yours? If this describes
your condition you are in urgent need of
Your trouble arises in a clogged nnd torpid condition of the liver
and bowels which, if allowed to continue, will develop mala
rial fevers, kidney disorders or botoo other troublesome
disease. PRICKLY ASH HITTERS drives out all
poisonous Impurities, strengthens tho vital
organs, promotes functional activity,
good digestion, nnd vigor nnd
energy of body and brain.
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noiillllR fln nail"
in lliu iMijtriuol lli,. .,
room or liumlulr an Hi" i
ant lliilit fiumCOItlNIV l
Nothing will luntrlliutx mur
arll.tl succca of tlio '
tpflnrillnnor Thu lipt m l
caniliea for tlio Imrlri't nr tho
in out elaborato InnrHon or cut-
I state in which you aro always wel- J
come to ciiange plates antl tit your
We do not no roitTitAiruitK. J
I ItOOMfl OVElt PlONEEn MEAT MAIIKET. J
Fink I'ictuub Fkaminu
Have one of the most finclv an- a
pointed dnrk rooms of its si.o in tho
Blncksmitliinp; - and - Repairing
OK A1J. KINDS.
tase or inaoilon. Made In all color.
and tha most delicate tlnta lif
and old rerrwhera.
I L UJ
SOLD AT ALL DRUG STORES,
PRICE, $1,00 PER BOTTLE,
State or NeimAsKA 1 1 M
U'un.TVIt fnlTNTY. f
III Hie matter 01 me estate 01 i.uciuua a jero
deccancil. . ,
Notice Is hereby Riven to all persons having
claims and deraaiulB HKlst Miclmla Ayom, lato
for IIIIiik rlftlinH aRalrifcr aalil eUnta Is viz
uioiUUh from the 20th day of A!l, 1900. All
biich lienons are required to present their
ilalmiiwlth tho vouchers to tho county JmlKO
of aid comity at his office therein, on or before
tho Mth day of October 19U), and nil claims so
ftli'd will be heard before the Mild JudKoonthe
2.S1I day f October, lttOu, at in 'cloefca m.
Jauxa Durrr. County Judge.
Dated March 24th. 100
In the Dlbtrlct t'ourt of tho United States for
tho DlBtrlct of Nebraska.
In th matter of William O. Iilmmlck. In
mr dl'chnrui) In bank
rui'icy (iniereu inattno Tin nay or April, a i.
JC U. COTTI1SC, SPEOIKL HCENT
Notice to creditors of tlio nhovo named bank
iiutii i.n mill Hip mniu lie retiv Is llxed us the ilatu
on or bef nro which all crcilltori uf mid nil other
piroi!ii Inti'teHeil In alii cktitte mid in the
matter of ,11m harco In bunkruplc of mid lunik
rupt, ahnll If lliey dei-lr lo appose tln
lame, lllo In m olllpi'lu 1IiisiIiii;n.NlLiiiihii
tin iriippiiiraiii'i-In Mrltlim in nppusliln'i ' 'i
cniiiuu' f mid dlnlii'mc, mul li v i' i
dii' 'inn ill. i r llli In my nMi"i ,
Hli if tin KTi Utl'ls l' "I'i'l ' l "s''i !'
itnt (- m liHiid hurut'i this Willi lii oi
.1. ,. (lAlllUNFn,
Keferee In ilnnkniiti'y.
The host collars mado are to ho had of
ti9. Neck comfort for your horse is 09
sontial, if you oxpect him to do good
work. An ill-litting, pnorly-mndo
collar is a sourco of continual irrita
tion to the hrrso. For
aro mado with a view to comfort, clur-
ahility, mnl guild iippearance.
Wp Will ifi you
THE FINEST HRRNSSS
i-U'lMllitlg riii,il, I,., ,u- ,,m I,,,,..,,
illlil lur li.ml . , I K , arootl .j- -llOW
J. O. Butler, theRnb
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