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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1900)
iti from f utnnlo
or painful incn-
.ses, ought not
I to lose hope if
lliclp them. Phy
sicians are so
busy with other
1 diseases that
they do not un
the peculiar ail
ments and tiie
delicate organism of woman. What
the sufferer ought to do is to give
a fair trial to
which is the true cure provided
by Nature for all female troubles. It
is the formula of a physician of the
highest standing, who devoted his
whole life to the study of the dis
tinct ailments peculiar to our moth
ers, wives and daughters. It is made
of soothing, healing, strengthening
herbs and vegetables, which liavo
been provided by a kindly Nature to
cure irregularity in the menses, Leu
corrhoea, Falling of tho Womb, Nerv
ousness, Headache and Backache.
jn fairness Jo herself md, to Brad
tfeftrs PcrnaleReauIator, every
Buffering woman ought to give It a
trial. A large bottle will do a
wonderful amount of good. Sold by
Bend foi nicely Mutinied fret boak on tho mtject.
The Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
r. d. bedford,
Real - Estatk, - Insurance
Agent tor tho Kqtitah.k Like Assuk
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
Sargeta D. & M. R. R. mptny,
tut V. S. Pmalu Sorcn.
City and country culls promptly nn
swered day or night.
ryQKVKIlliIMB8ET'8 MEAT MAHKKT
NiailT CALLS AT OPPICD.
Dr. E. A. Crkigiiton,
Honorary (Jrnduato it Silver Medalist
Western University, Canada.
Calls ANswuitr.D Day and Nioiit,
arrrcK Ovm Cook'm I'lumiArr
J. S. EMIGH,
IK YOU WANT IT.
CrowD Bridge Wirk or Teelh Wiihont Plafei.
And all tho latent Improvement lu dental mech
I. 13. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock llox .!, (itildu Hock, Noli.
All kinds of property bought, sold anil
OVERMAN iX- liLACKUWQE
KTTORNEYS - HT - LKSftZ.
Itlce rcr Mif Ottlce.
RED CLOUD, NKURASKA.
r.nftis tVHU 111 HKJ IBIS.
Ufxwtn a J run. iiuv, wi-
M urn, pom try urutuni.
hi I Hl'lihi 1
iHSi p-7 aiJaHp
Tho convention at the Christian
church of Ulun Hill had a grand pro
Kintn ntid somu very able spnikers
It was a success tojtidco fiom the to
port of those altuntling especially in
the evening, notwithstanding tho in
clemency of the weather. A great
number of those who came on Monday
evening were compelled to remain all
night owing to the I'lin.
Tho small grain and grass is growing
in line shape at present.
Farmers are busy ploughing for corn
anil tho voices of the ploughmen, prai
rie chickens and ipinils keep the day
full of music.
Mr. Helmuts necotupnt led by his
ill lighters .Jennie and Mrs. C. Water
iniry, took Mi and Mrs Chapman to
Hastings on Wednesday, front which
place tho old people took the evening
train for l.eudville, Colorado, where
they will mnkc their home during the
summer nn I in the fall will go to Cali
fornia to take up their residence.
Alborl Henry's family are all well
Mrs. Albort Kort is rather poorly at
present with la grippo.
Mr. and Mrs. West are feeling sonio
what better, but unable to bo out
William Dclahoyd has left this sec
tion for tho grist mill. Wo are euro of
his Hour anywny.
Tho young mon who accompanied
tho remains of Miss Jcanctto I'aluicr
home, droro to Hastings Sunday and
took the train for Mhlugan that eve
ning. Mr. Robert K. Rowlands Jr. lias
bought a sot of blacksmith tools and
will work at his trade on tho homo
Tho grantor part of the news has got
damp this week, but will send mors
next week if it keeps dry.
Herbert Luce is putting out n bill of
strawberries this week.
Mr. C. L. Kddy drovo over to Hum
mel Sunday forenoon with tho county
Sunday school organizer, Rev. Raid
win. Mrs. (Jcorgo Garner was calling on
Mrs. O. R. Harvey Tuesday forenoon.
Mrs. Hall left last Friday for a visit
Chancy Miller who has been away
for a week returned Tuesday.
Mr. Rail is moving into tho Ayres
houso this week.
Herbert Luce and family tookdinnet
with 11.. Jones and wife Sunday.
Grandma Holdrrgo visited across tho
river Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. .John S'.ory and daugh
ter F.tlith arrived in Inavalo Saturday
CToning on a short visit with Sadie
Holdrege anil family, l'hoy returned
to their homo in Cowles Monday.
Mr. Monro and family aro moving on
their farm northwest of town this
At Sunday school Sunday, C. L Kddy
It. K. Orchard and Miss Ktliol Harvey
were elected delegates to tho Sunday
school convention to bo held tho 1st and
'Jndof May tit Rluo Hill.
The Master concert last Sunday ove
ning was a decided success. Tho chil
dren all did their parts well and overy
one enjoyed the well rontlernd program
Row Sailes of Red Cloud pi cached
atthoMethodi.it church Sundnj after
noon GUIDE ROCK.
L. L. Watt is repairing tho Montgom
ery building in good shape, dividing
tho upper room into a hall and seven
nice sleoping rooms.
Cutis Rlaydoll of Rolvidoro, Nebras
ka is hero visiting his brother hero this
week, and a jot her brothor is heio
lathing for Watt.
Jako .lohnson of Superior bought a
lino driving Iioimi of Kirkpatriek vV
Another rain Monday night. U
taincd u;i 100 inehc.
Dr. Robinson is repairing his stoie
Lightning struck a treo near Win.
Hall's in tho east putt of town Monday
Wrd was received Tuesday that
Chns, Hagtin was much worse.
J. F. Rradshaw has purchased tho
largo houso in tho west part of town,
tho house known as tho Roberts house.
(ico. Simpson has bought lots 1-10 &
11 of Vance's addition to Guide Rock.
Arthur Walker of Clay Center, Kan
sas, bought several hones hero Wed
nesday. 1 1
Shake Int Your Shots.
Allen's Foot Kaso, a powder. It
cures painful, smarting, nervous feet,
ingrowing nails, and instantly takes
th sling out of corns and bunions.
It is the greatest comfori discovery of
the ago. Allon's Foot Easo makes
tight or new shoes feel easy. It Is a
cortain euro for sweating, callous,
and hot tired, selling feet. Try it to
day Sold by all druggists and sh.iu
stores. Ry nii'il for 'J.v in utiimp
1 1 nil package ftee Addtesi Allen S
Olnihtcad, Loroi, N Y.
Now is the time to subscribe,
PAINFUL PERIODS NO MORE
MRS. GEORGE OSMl'N, of Relviderc, Warren Co., N. J., writes:
'. Suffering as I hnd from weakness. Irregularities and backache
for several years, a release from this suffering was a blessing. Oh!
how I wish more suffering women would accept your kind offer and be relieved.
There la no need for women to suffer. Mrs. I'lnkham's advice and Lydla K.
Mrs. H. A., la'-iS. Cedar Street, Owosso, Mich., writes:
' Nearly three years ago I wrote to you asking advice in regard to my health.
I was so miserable; suffered from painful menstruation and backache, was
nervous, dl.y and faint. I received such a kind letter from you, telling mo
just whot to do. 1 followed your advice and I now am recommending Lydla E
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I thank God for this pain destroyer."
WORKED IT BOTH WAYS.
A Neat Swindling Scheme That
Fleeced Ilacket Shop I'ntrons.
"If the real Inside workings of the
average bucket shop were laid bare,"
said a telegraph operator who has had
much experience In such establish
ments, "the revelation would open tho
eyes of the young donkeys who Imag
ine they can beat tho game. Just to
Illustrate the point I'll tell you a little
"Some time ago there were two rival
bucket shops In a certain southern
city, supposed to be run by northern
operators. fiusTncsswas a llttTeMoiv,
ami it wns evident that tho specula
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more money than brains and, handing
him .?."(, asked him, as a special favor,
to go over to the other house ami make
such and such a play. 'It's a private
speculation of my own,' he said, 'and
I have a straight tip, but I can't very
well placo the money myself on ac
count of my connection with &
Co. If I did they'd get suspicious right
"Tho young Idiot supposed, of course,
that he had struck a bonanza one
bucket shop mnn playing against an
other! It must be n sure thing! So he
not only placed the .?."(! as requested,
but played the tip hard himself, and so
did all Ids ft lends, whom he ptumptly
let into the secret. Needless to say,
they were all eventually skinned out of
every cent they put in, but the remark
able part f the story Is that the same
tactics wiic worked back and forth
by both managers on at least a dozen
different occasions. Kneh time It was
done they gathered In a lot of new
clients and made a big haul. It de
veloped not long afterward that tho
two bucket shops were run by the
same people." New Orleans Times
Democrat. HE ROUSED JEFFERSON.
Why (he Hotel PorOr Waked Jefler
noii From Ilia bleep.
Leslie's Weekly tells this story about
Joseph Jefferson: A number of years
ago lie played a one night engagement
lu a small Indiana town, appearing In
his favorite part of Rip Van Winkle.
In the hotel at which bo stopped wns
nn Irishman "lecently lauded," who
acted ns putter and general assistant.
Judged by the deep and serious inter
est which he took in tho house, bo
might have been clejkj lessee and pro
prietor, rolled inlo one.
At about t o'clock In tho morning
Mr. Jefferson was startled by 11 vloleut
thumping on his door. When iio strug
gled Into consciousness mid renllzed
that he had left no "call" order at the
ofllce, he was naturally Indignant. But
his sleep was spoiled for that morning,
so he nrose, and soon after appeared
before the clerk. "Sec here," be de
manded of thnt Individual, "why was I
called at this unearthly hour?"
"I don't know, sir," answered the
clerk, "I'll ask Mike."
The Irishman was summoned. Said
the clerk: "Mike, there was do call for
Mr. Jefferson. Why did you disturb
Taking the clerk' by tho lapel of the
coat, tho Illbcrlan led him to one side
and Bald, In a mysterious whisper: "He
were shnorlng lolke a horse, sor, and
Ol'd heerd the b'ys say ns how ho were
onct afther sblaplng fur twluty years,
PRICKLY ASH BITTER
CLPANRrs THE LIVER AND BOWELS
ATO FOKTIFIES TITE STSTEH
,C. L.. COTTINC,
Vegetable Compound will relieve
Mrs. Ida Peters, Milan, Tenn., writes:
"DrahXIiw, Pinkiiam When I wrote to you
the first time asking your advice I was a great
sufferer. Menstruations were irregular, some
times a week too soon and then a week or two
late, and when they appeared were very prof use;
rent pain and tenderness in the bowels, pain in
buck and limlis, kuiconhiea all tho time. 1
was weak and nervous and had no appetite,
Riirnmg and chobing sensation In my throat.
I received jom tvplv ami followed all your
instruct ion-, and now I am cured I owe my
eoicrvnii to Mrs. PinUham's advice and her
'omli rfiil it medics."
Ei i a E. IJRtVNru, East Rochester,
I liuu hi en thankful a thousand times
since 1 wrote to you for what your Vegeta
ble Compound has done for inc. I followed
your advice carefully and now I feel like a
different person. My troubles were back
ache, headache, nervous tired feeling, pain
ful menstruation and leucorrheca. I took
four bottles of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegeta
ble Compound, one box of Pills, one packago
of Sanative Wnsh and am now well."
Mrs. Maggie P. Stine, New Berlin,
" I have suffered with terrible backache
in the small of my back for about seven
years, and could never gctnnythlng to help
me. I tried several physicians, but found
'no help. I have now taken three bottles
of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, und feel like a different woman."
so 01 sez to niosllf, sez 01, 'Molke, It's
a coomlng onto him ng'ln, and It's yer
Juty to git the crayther out o' yer
house Instantlyl' "
llnd Driven Mulea Before.
Daniel C. Pomeroy, once a prominent
New York criminal lawyer, In bis ear
ly life was a stage driver on the old
Rutterfleld line and gleaned his legal
education largely upon the box seat of
his coach or while change of horses
was being made nt the stations. Ho
was associated with others In tho de
fense of one Mrs. McCarthy on her
trial at Utlca for th,e murder eff a man
named llnll ot Ogilensb'urg, who win
killed by a bullet from her revolver
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Jl,,!" D00,!,1; V.leSm.C,1..at th, U
""" v"v" ' m-'iiiMU m irnr iinsuiiei s
-'lilt. i lie Jud
go was outer, and so
was I'omeroy. The latter made an ob
jection and Insisted upon It lather
1 "Mr. I'omeroy," said tho Judge, "1
am not a horse and can't be driven."
"Well, your honor, I learned In my
early experience to drive mules, and I
will try to keep up my former reputa
tion." Philadelphia Call.
We offer One Hundred Dollais R
ward for any cae of Catnrth that can
not bo etiied by Hall's Catniih Cure.
F J Clli'.NT.v & Co , Props., Toledo, O.
We tho uudcrigucd, have known F.
J. Cheney for tho last in jear', and be
lieve him perfectly honorable in all
Lusuies tt'itisactions and linaiieially
iihln to cany out any obligation marc
l.v their lit in.
Wi.sriV J'ni'.w, Wholesale Dinggtsi-,
Wai.iis;. Ki.nnas iV: Maijvin, Wholi
sale Dittggiits, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Ctitui ih Cuio is taken inter
nally, acting ditcetly upon the blood
anil mucous sntiices 01 ii'e symciii
Price 7.1c per bottle. Sold by till drug
gists Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
Iend Pencil of Ola.
Ancient writers mention the use of
lead mid graphite for ruling papyrus,
and pencils fashioned rather crudely In
the Dimmer of those now used were
made In the sixteenth century, the
graphite coming from the Iiorrowdule
mine nt Cumberland, England. Chica
"Your capital Is not Iiiikc."
"Hut quite sulllclent. You see, our
business In peculiar In that It does not
necessitate auy ovnslon of the laws."
State af Ncbmt'kn. I . M
WebMerCotmii, I . , . ,
At n fount' ( outt, held Ht tho rotuity roiut
room. In unci for mhl county, Mittmlny. April
20th. A. I). 1000. . , , . ,.
In tlio mntter of the ettnto of Cliarlcs hchult,
On reading ana tiling me re"""" " 'VfBi
Srhaltf. rraylnR that the InitriiMeiu nieu on
the UUtti day ol April, iw w. ni'i I'r pu; uus u m
,1... iui will and TeHRintnt with codicil there
April. 10 0, li'l PiirportliiK to be
to attacticit of the l(l dcccaictl. may
nrored. approTeJ, probated, allowed una
tooled a the latrV-WIU and Teitajnent of
..ih f'torUatirhftlli ilereated. and tlltt the !
eeutlon of iald Instrumtnt mar bo committed
and tho admlnltlratlon of Bald estato may be
granted to Hobtrt Damerell aa executor.
ordered, that Saturday. May l!th. A.D. 1000
at 10 o'clcck a.m. la aMlgncd for hearing sh d
iietltlon. when all ieriona Intereated In aald
in.it., mav ,nnr at a PonniT Court to be new
In and for aalil county, and show cauee why the
rajer of petitioner ihtuld not bo urantedtatid
that notice of the pendency of aalil petition
and the bearing
thereof, be kIvoii to all pcrtons
tntercnted In said matter by publlhlni? a cpy
of thin order 111 the Ited Cloud Chief n weekly
pntr nrlntcil in unui rotiniy ror nino mh
i'o wecln. prior to mM day of heitrltn;.
no copy ) Jameh Hurry
TO RESIST PREVAU.IKG PISEASES
Rain ami some hall this week.
1) 0 Norn's antl wife and Win All
btishon and wifo were the guests of
F 1) Hutchinson Sunday.
Mr. Melntyro was around on olllcial
business this week, assessing M10 far.
Jack Wilmot talks of going to Lin
coln for medical treatment in the near
The Sunday school at Pleasant Dale
was hugely attended Inst Sunday, and
1 good time was repotted.
Planting cjrn is tho oidernf thoday.
Mr Mackoy has planted 1 10 aeies of
corn on tho Strotip Rothrock ranch.
(iti' lloats of Red Cloud has fenced
HiO aen s of land fust east of the Ciui".
Kaley ranch on Penny deck.
Mrs. Albeit Seiivuer was the ge."-t
of Miss Mary YunDiku Suiidni.
Benjamin VatiDyko was on a bsu'
ucss trip to Ctiidu Rock and North
Branch this week.
Tho Reynolds and Miss Mablo Noblo
of Walnut Creek were tho guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank VnnDyke Easter
Mr. Walker of Red Cloud was in
Lino this week.
Mrs. Reeves has returned to Guide
Rock after nn extended visit with
ftiends nnd relatives in Lino.
Tho small grain is looking lino sinco
tho rain. Pastures aro coming on fine.
Benjamin VncDyko had the misfor
tune to havo his eye almost put out by
getting some lime in it.
What Do the Children Brink.
Don't give them tea or coffeo. Havo
you tried tho new food drink called
Grain O? It is delicious and nourish
ing and takes the placo of coffee Tho
more Grtiin-0 you givo tho children
the more health you distribute through
their systems, Grain-0 is made of
pure grains mid when properly pro
pared tastes liko tho choice gratles of
coffee but costs about ono-foitrtb ns
much. All grocers sell it, lftc and 25c.
rMnrnto Your liowels With CinciirctH.
Cnnily Cnthartlc. euro constipation foroicr.
10c.'J5c. UGC.C fall, UruKKlstsrctuml money
and I am afraid I have in
herited it. I do not feel
well ; I have a cough ; my
lungs are sore; am losing
flesh. What shall I do?
Your doctor says take care of
yourself and take plain cod -liver
oil, but you can't take it. Only
the strong, healthy person can
take it, and they can't take it
long. It is so rich it upsets the
stomach. But you can take
It is very palatable and easily
digested. If you will take plenty
of fresh air, and exercise, and
SCOTT'S EMULSION steadily,
there is very little doubt about
There are hypophosphites in it ;
they give strength and tone up the
nervous system while the cod-liver
oil feeds and nourishes.
yx. and $ 1 00, ll druggists.
SCOTT in HOWNH. Chttnlsts. New York.
FOR 14 CENTS!
Wa with to (tin tblt ttt 200,(X)0
nw ouiiomort. tna 11 enc ontr
" I-UroB.eMtrkFt Lettuce. 16o
I Htrtwbrrrr Melon, l&a
I " 11UtrHt3l.il, luo
I " Ktrli HIpeCtfibiKa, too
1 " Ktrlr Dinner Onion, loo
H llrllfltnt Flower 8,-eili. lfta
Worth H.00. for 1 1 cent., JTiu
AboTSlO Pkir. worth (1 CO. w will
tntll rou free, together with our
srett Vltntaml Seed Otttlo.tnll
Cno all Minut Hilzer'tf Mlllli.il lll
lur I'otaio. onnn receipt of thft .
notion. t 1 r. tttmpn wn invito:
fourtrAOO tmi Know wnonron oner '
rr Halir'M xrrilnrou wlllnerer I
1I11 without. Thn 1.4NI HtrKwhcrrr
botrt ll.UK) antrta twice retrlr. II 1 iJi
!) jnm i. HiLiEit sur.iMo., ucitostr, tmh. m
HAIR BALSAM ,
CTtanKi and bctutltlca tot btlr.
lnimAt., a tn.uriant erowth.
Mover Falla to lteitoro Oraj
uair o lis sou.uiui uiur.
Currt eealp diKteti k htlr lilllog.
Nathina' elta addt to mneh 1
10 ma cntrmor me nrawinv
or lioadoir aa the aolllj rtilt
ht from C'OUIMIVA Candle..
will contribute more to tha
artlttlc incceta ot the luuchenn.
etudlet for th Imnle.t or th 1
ainner. Jne ne.l ueioraute
iltnorata fnn.tlonHir eol.
roaaiiort. Made In ill colon
nio.t delicate unit hi
and told ererjwbara.
Statm or Nt.urtASK I
WkbsTeii County f" .. ...
IuthemAtterof the cstnto of I.uclrtiln Ajcrs
dereated. . . ,, ' ,
N'litli'. is lierebr Elvea to iilLrcrsoiin linvlnc
rlitluib nnd ilPinnuiU KKnWiet Itclinlit Ajers., lalo
tif WeliMor roiilit) ucci'tteji'iimi wiu nine nieu
I'ln lin k HL'iilliet hiilil estate
tlip2ctiniAy or Aptu. law.
ri'iinlri'il to pretent their
(latirkuliliihe iuihera 1; tho count) Judge
ofn,i.liouul)aihlnftl.elli.relii ; or .ofnro
UieSulidH) of itttcr iUio.aiid all ihilini.O
tllfd will lie hcnnl liofuie the mid luilco on tlio
2.1d da) of October. Iiwa, hi m 'clock n tu.
Jam(h uvrrr, County Judge,
Hated March 21th. 1V0I.
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mmf IQOet i
Y-rf and th
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Capt. W. H. McComb.
First Illinois Volunteers,
Says He Was Cured by
DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS
Chicago, III., Aug. 29, IS99.
Tho Dod Js He Jlclne Co., IJuf lalo, N. V
(lentlcmcn: During my cnmpuljn In Cuba I
WASComptlledlotlrlnk the unhealthy water l
thnt cllmateanJcnuntry, which Rot my Kldne it
In very serious cartilitlon. I began to take Ilodd'ti
Kidney Pill itputi my immediate return home
nnd (omul them tube a sure cure for Kidney
Cninpl.ilnt.nnd recommend them to nil sulfrr
era of this terrible nlacr.e.
Dodd's Kldncv Pills cure all
Dlscascsol the Kidneys.
Sold by alt dealers In medi
cine. SO ccntsaboxorslx boxes
for $2-50, Sent on receipt of
Erice by Tho Dodds Medicine
Itenttrt. farmers eon nnd farmer
burdened with tac, mortKaircs, Impciv
eiislxil mil mid ciopfullureii innyricurc
frro iKiiiii-atrniH of ISO iirrta In t lit
Cnnndlan Wrt, the Inml (if Ho, 1 Hard
Wheat, ti tu S) ImshelM to tho Acre, Low
est rallrond ratim ieclal ailvantagei tu
prospector. Tho bct craln and cattle
country In the world Oood water, low
taiee. abundant fuel The Mlnne.ota rill
torn, who recently mado tho Wcetcrn Can
ada trip, rpeak of It nt the home for imall farmer?
The ofllclal reiwrt rayn "To the email farmer seeking
a new home V ettern Canada otf ere great Inducement,,
While It icemn a lon(r way north, the Canadian 1'aclllc
Hallway line Is far louth of Kdlnburgh, the cllmatw
that ot Northern Minnesota, and the land raleet mien
did and nre crop." For inapt and full Information
apply to Hiipt. or immigration, I
Ottawa, canaua, or to
W. V. HEXXETT,
Canadian (iovernnient Ancnt,
BUI New York Life llulldlUK.
i Ixikrior, Lanixscai-i;,
Animals, Si'Kcial and
For interiors ami for lartro groups J
y of stoek anil exteniletl views of
buildings ns on forms and
nineties our faeilitles are
Developing, Finishing and
Printing for Amateurs.
i Films, Uevklopeks,
VEI.OX AND I'LATINOTVI'K l'Al'KKS, J
I SUTI'MES OK AM, KINDS. I
AdENT FOIt THE
J"Alvista" Panoric Cameras,
covers ISO decrees, lite cameras in
Son;!. UN.Mor.Ti;i I'iiotoisuaimis
Fini; 1'irrtiti; Fiiaminc
Have one of the most llnclv tin-1
pointed tlar!; rotund of its ioin tho
state in wliieli yon are always wol- J
come to change plates and lit your
We do not no i'outkaitukk. J
I ItOOMN OVKU 1'IONEKII MEAT MAItKRT. J
C inZ, DOW,
BlncksinithiriK - and - Repairing
OK AM. KINDS.
8A riSKACTION (IfAKANTEKH
Ba A ' e Wil I A
Tho best collars made aro to bo had or
us. Nock comfort for your horse Is es
sontial, if you expect him to do good
work. An ill-llttlnff, poorly-mado v
collar Is a sourco of continual irritiie
tion to the hrrso. For
nro matin with a view to comfort, dur
ability, anil pood appearance
Wo will sell you
THE FINEST HKRNSSS
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