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WOMEN IN TROUBLE.
The Approach of Motherhood in the
Occaaion of Much Anxiety to All.
Every woinnn tlrcnds tho ortlertl
through which alio must pass in becom
ing a mother. The imln mid BtifJerliiK
which is in Btoro for lior is ft pourco ol
constant nnxioty, fcnr nnd drond, to
Btiy nothing of tho danger which tho
coming Incident entnils. Tho Joyous
anticipations with which sho looks for
ward to Imby'M coming uiveH way to an
Indeecrilmlilu drend of tho ordenl when
she fully realizes thocrltlcnl and trying
event which will booh upnrouch und
Uftve to bo endured.
Women nhould hnll with delight a
remedy which insures to them im
munity from tho pain, HiifToriiig and
tinnier incidental to child-bearing.
Bui'h a remedy is now offered, and
wi men need not fear longer tho hour of
ch Idhtrth. "Mother's Friend" is n
BCieitillo liniment and if used before
confinement, gently and surely prepares
tho body for tho great requirement!!
and changed it is undergoing, Insures
unfety to both mother and child, and
takes her through tho event with com
parative easo and comfort. This won
derful remedy is praised by every
woman who has used it.
What woman it not interested In
"Mother's Friend?" This wonderful
remedy has been tested and its price
less value proven by tho experienco of
thousands of happy mothers who
hove used it during tho most critical
period of woman's life tho approach
and culmination of motherhood,
It has wort their everlasting praise,
fnr It. 0nvn thflfli hell) Olid IlOllO in
their most trying hour nnd when
AN INTERESTING LETTER
Written by a Former Webster Countyite
Who is Now Enjoying an Outing In
the Wild and Woly West
lUititisoN, Neb., July 8, 1000.
Tho west iirtlwHVM spoken of as biting
wild and wooly. Tho truthfulnoHi (.f
this I ("in vouch for now, especially
tho wooly part. Two men small far
mers near Mnrsland on the II. & M
road, recently sold $10,080 worth of
wool and hail some left They employ
one man ouch besides the help of I heir
own ehililien who are small. A far
mer in the eastern pari of the mate
u'lwi I'onlil sell half Hint amount of
enips would lie a dandy, or even that
amount f hogs, uiid mind ou thej
havo tho diceplcfl to gfjw moll) wool
In the custom part of Sheridan county
ilioeiiiintiy lool.s wooly and the meat
tastes wooly As Hixhy says, "Hully
Coltig into the extreme northwest
corner of Harrison county I was able
to step one foot In Dakota and one in
to Wyoming and as my better half was
still in Nebraska I felt considerably
divided up, in fact didn't just know
"where I was at." Hero is where the
wild part of the country comes In
The picturesque bad lands of the north
west mill well named they are too.
ThU I the highest point it) Nebraska.
et above sea level. This
uc timber country of Neb
LETTER TO MRS. PINKHAM.
most needed. Every woman may sonlfi . - aa0 (
m. nveVer. Mend." .Tho ,
little book, "lieioro uaiiy is orn, i """" t- - rf " ,
telling all about it, and when it snoum vaskn, there being tiiousatius oi corns
Ik used, will provoof great interest and
benefit to all exnectant mothers, and
will bo sent free to any address upon
application to tho Bradilold Kcgulator
Company, Atlanta, Ga.
(ItSltRAl AIIKNT ('Oil
Mccormick - machinery.
nr.tr OS llNII
Tnlnr, Oils. Axle fireae. Wind Mills, I'uuips,
ml Karin MtcliltiiT).
'.TURESIIISG MACHINES and ENGINES.
r. d. bedford,
Rf.ai. - Estate, - Insurance,
Apeet tor the Kqtitabi.k Lihk Assuk-
iLEtrr to mrs. riNriiAM no. 67,101
' I cannot express my gratitude to
you for the good that Lydla II. Fink
liaui'a Vegetable Compound has dyne
for me. I have tahen flvo bottles of
tho Compound and two boxes of Liver
Fills and feel better in every respect.
1 had hiiffcred for years with dropsy;
the veins in my limbs burst, caused
from tho pressure! of the water. I had
tho worst kind of kidney trouble, faint
ing spells, and I could not stand long
at a time. 1 also bad female weakness
and the doctor said there was a tumor
in my left side. Tho pains T bad to
stand were something dreadful. A
friend handed me a little book of yours,
so 1 rot your incdieiue und it has saved
my life. 1 felt better from the first
bottle. The bloating and the tumors
have all gone and I do not sulVernny
pain. 1 am still using the Vegetable
Compound nnd hope others may find
relief as 1 have done from its use."
Miss N. .T. Lockiicaiit, llox 10, Eliza
Only the women who have suffered
with female troubles can fully appre
ciate the gratitude of those who have
been restored to health.
Mrs. rinkhnm responds quickly nnd
withoutchargotonll letters from suffer
ing women. Her address is Lynn, Mass.
Dr. E. A. Ckkighton,
Honorary Graduate & Silver Medalist
Western University, Canada.
Calls Answkiikii Day and Night.
Orrrer Otih Coor'h I'haioiact.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Crowo I Bridge Work or Teeth Without l'latet.
And til Itai latest Improvement 1b denial mecb
I. Ii. COLV1N,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock Hoi 1. dulilc Hock, Neb.
All kinds of property bought, sold and
OVERMAN rf- liLACK 1.1:1)013
KTTORNEYS - KT - 1-TK1M.
Qltiie over '! Ottlcc.
KKD CLOUD, N KHU ASK A.
We enn Mii'iii-di 7011 brick in
any quantity ai the lowest pob-
sitile rate. Hitck on sale at
either of the lumber yards.
Gbt Ouk Pricks Hltoui: You
Red Cloud, Neb.
u ttilu coatluif of retlue4
Will keep them absolutely ti
acid Drool. I'trafflut Wai It
' tnoliture and
s doieu other war aboat the LotiM. Fall
direction! in tAeh pound package.
Hold ever, where.
STANDARD OIL CO.
T CUIUS WHtHt All tlSt MIIS. .. nH
EilUwtCouHtiSjrriiu. Tute Good. Vto fjl
IB In tima. Sold br druull. Cl
of hie dead nine logs which make ex
cellent wood. It made me wish I had
brought along an ax.
Looking from here to the north a
short distance- are the Iilauk Hills, to
the west a few miles are Kawhide
Unites and to the southwest in the dis
tance the white clad top of Laramie
Teak, the only plaeuin Nebraska where
you can see perpetual snow.
Going from Harrison southwest ten
miles 1 came to the head-waters of the
Niobrara river, a running stream no
larger than Oliver Hedge's foot, and
following the stream down about sixty
miles I saw some of the finest stock
rnnches in the world. Kastern iVyo
ming and the extrcmo western part of
Nebraska being tinexcullad in grasses,
both for grazing and hay.
(ioing back to Cravford I experi
enced ono of the hottest days of my
life, tho thermometer standing 110 de
grees in the saloon. That night tho
people lay out on the roof f tho hotel
gasping for breath and even the liz
ards in crossing the road had to stop
and turn their bailies up to cool them
from tho burning sand. The following
day I went south over the I). & M. to
Hemlngtord in Hox Butte county, and,
after leaving Crawford, the long
freight train first crawled to the top of
Pine Hidpe 1000 feet higher than Craw
ford. At the top of the ridge we stop
ped to let the engine catch her breath
and while waiting the conductor put a
few crimps in the engineer for losing
so much time. "Never mind" the
man with the eagle eye said, "I will
run fast enough down," and ho did.
It it minded 1110 of tho time when 1
was a small boy about 100 years ago
and used to be the last one on a 1 ng
string of boys to run down a hill and
gel cracked oil". I thought the caboose
would be cracked oil" every minute and
1 felt like the song in the phonograph:
' (Hi. Mr. CiipUUti, Mop lliu t-Uip.
Kor I Hilt ti Rut otr Mill TWllk .
I fci-l m tltiper), ll!tcry, tlllp.
That I'll 11CM.T n-e New .Surk "
Hut we linnlly reached tho leel and
I am telling the tale.
Kast of Crawford tho wonderful
Crow llutte where, as the story goes,
occuired the terrible battle between
the Sioux and Crow Indians in which
the Crows were nearly annihilated and
thoio living yet were surrounded and
asked to surrender, but instead of thN
thev climbed tho mountain taking two
ponies with them, the llutte being
easily accessible from either the north
or south, but on the east and west
ikies is a sheer declivity of nearly 1000
feet. The Sioux promptly surrounded
the mountain and proceeded to starve
them out. After staying there fotu
days and eating their ponies ami every
thing ulse, one dark night Little Crow,
an aged chieftain, told the rest of them
to go down over the clilT with ropes
made of the skins of the ponies nnd he
would keep the tires going to deceive
the Sioux. They made a successful
escape that way, but when the Sioux
found it out they didn't do a tiling to
the old man. The Crow Indians still
come buck to this Hutto occasionally
to pay tribute to the untimely taking
otr of their chief.
While iu Chadrou recently 1 had the
honor to meet old Ked Cloud whom
our town was named after. He is 75
years old now and almost blind but is
a hale old man yet lie is, however.
eagerly looking forward to the happy
hunting ground 1 told him of his
namesake, the city, and thai it was mj
town. Ho seemed pleased and asked
mu if 1 owned all the town or only the
greater part of it. I was obliged to
own up to him that John Polnicky and
Oat man were interested with mo in
the deal. He asked me to buy a pony
of him olToring it to me for $5 and a
pint of whiskey. Said ho wanted tho
whUkcy for his squaw who was sick.
I didn't puichaso and ndvbicd him to
take his wife to an osteopath doctor.
Coming into Alliance one day iu
ccutly I ran onto au old lied Cloud
boy and one who learned his trade on
thoOiliKF, Mr. tied Ltitz, whom all
tho old settlors will remember as tho
boy who spoke the Declaration of In
dependence nt the Centennial at Phila
delphia in 1870. Ho looks well and
seemed pleased to sen an old friond.
Politically tho western part of the
state Is all right and will give MoKin
ley and Dietrich tho biggest vote of
any men who 11111 on the ticket. The
stock men all say wo want MeKlnloy
ngaiu and we don't want Poynter.
Look out for a big change in tho north
west part of the state.
U. (J. K.NIItllT.
Geo. Coon went to Kansas City this
week with his fat cattle.
Frank Ailes marketed a load of fat
Hoyd Muuscl, with the help of 11.
Manley is running his binder almost
night and day.
Hoy M linger wns sick the first of the
week necessitating a visit from Dr.
Crcighton, but is up nnd around again.
Mrs. McCartney is on the sick list.
Kev. Campbell preached to a laige
and attentive audience at the Pope
ichool hotiM-last Sunday.
tla-uior Doati and Cora Smith were at
Win LippincottS hut Sunday, also Ira
and iJesiiu Wagoner. The joung peo
ple made the welkin ling with otig
until the sun was low in the west.
I he Suiulav "elmol at Ash creek was
well a'.leuded last Sunday.
The King's dnuchters were out in
force at Mrs. Ida Kent's on the 12th.
A light rain on the night of the 8th
cheered the people of the southeastern
part of Garfield, but old sol's rays soon
dissipated the moisture
Miss Myrtle Smith has been spend
ing tho week with her cousin, Miss
N. L. D. Smith marketed two loads
of hogs this week.
Llewellyn King was cutting his oats
Kdward Amack went to Guide Ilock
Geo. Wolf and family were visiting
with Chris Hanson last Sunday.
Chas. Ailes was marketing hogs last
Geo. Amack was hauling out brick
the tn Ht of the week. He says he must
have a big barn whether it rains or
7 Excursion to the Black Hills 7.
June 21; July 7, 8, 9, 10 and 18; and
Make a mental memorandum of these
On any of them you can buy tickets
to Hot Springs, Outer (Sylvan Lake,)
Deadwood, Spent fish and Sheridan,
W'yo., at a rate of one fare plus $2.00
for the round trip.
Tickets will be good to return until
October HI, the longest return limit
ever made for tickets sold at so low a
Unless you have been there you have
no idea of th" attraction'' of the lilael;
Hills resorts. At Hot Springs for in--tance,
you can bathe, ride, drive, hi-
ccleaiid play golf all day and ewry
day. Tin pure air and tho wonderful
heaiing waters will lejuvinate and
treugthen you as nothing else 1111 l.
Sylvan Lake, besides bting the pret
tiest i-pot iu the Black Hills, Is one of
the most popular. Go there if you
would escape midsummer's heat. The
railroad ride to Spesrfish is 0110 of the
experiences of a lifetime, 'ihousands
make the trip every year. Speurhsb
Canon, through which the railroads
run, is worthy of comparison with the
linest scenery in Coloradt.
Information about trains,
Ctustd by Weak, Isxhausted Stomach, Is
You, reader, would not permit your
neighbor to call you out of bed at mid
night and oblige you to walk the pave
ment for two or three hours every
night. You would not allow him to
burn vour band wilfully, nor to cut
your linger 01T, just to please him.
Why, then, do you allow your stomach
to cause you loss of sleep, nightmare,
and continual wittering? Bvcry dys
peptic, evcrv sufferer from indigestion,
biliousness, heartburn, waterbrash,
catarrn 01 toe aiouiaciwiimoinui mum
ach diseases, is a stave to his or her
stomach. There is one way only one
of breaking the chains of this slav
ery. That in bv using Dodd's Dyspep
These digest the food you have eaten.
They don't need aid from the stomach,
which is therefore given time to rest
and gain strength. They regulate the
bowels, which carry off the waste por
tion of the food not used in making
blood. Thus the stomach is emptied
and prepared to receive the next meal.
No foul gas can form in the stomach
if you use Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets,
for the fowl is digested by them at
once and docs not remain in the stom
ach to rot and cause disease.
cars, etc., cau be had at all
H. & M.
Frank Cooper wont to Lincoln Tues
day as a delegate to the populist con
John Anderson started his new stoam
thresher oue milo west of town Tues
day. Hogs are coming into market in
A special train of stock started from
here the first of tho week.
One hundred in tho shade hero Tues
Thirty-five hundred peoplo were
hero on the Fourth, and a more order
ly ciowd was never seen.
There are many sick in this vicinity
with something like pleurisy.
Edna Watt will teach the Ohinstedo
Kalph McCallum has gone to Denver
The entertainment at the Baptist
church Wednesday evening was well
Nelson and Guide rock played bate
ball hero Wednesday with a result of
It to 11 in favor of Nelson
The Way to Go to California
is in a tourist sleeper, personally con
ducted, via the Burlington Route. You
make fast time. You see the finest
scenery on the globe.
Your car is not so expensively fur
nished as a nalaco sleeper, but it is
just as clean, just as'coinfortnble. just
as good to ride in anil nearly $20.00
cheaper. ll has wilu vestibules,
Pintsch gas; high backed scats; a uni
formed pullman porter; clean bedding;
spacious toilet rooms; tables and a
heating large. Being strongly and
heavily built, it rides smoothly; is
warm in winter and cool in summer.
In charge of each exclusion party is
an experienced- excursion conductor
who accompanies it right through to
Cars leave Utimlia, &i. joscpn, Lin
coln ami Hastings every Thursday, ar
riving San Francisco following Sunday,
Los Angeles Monday. Only three day
from the Missouri river to the Pacitie
coast, Including a stop-over of 1J hours
at Denver and 2) hours at Salt Lake
City two of the most interesting cit
ies on the continent. For folder giving
full Information, call at any Burling
ton Uoute ticket oflice, or write to
Gen'l Passenger Agent Omaha, Neb.
R. R. ticket offices.
Gen'l Pass. Agt.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood In your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
1 ne Ktaneys are 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
matlsm come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart Is
over-working 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
11 constitutional disease 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
Swamp-Root, the ereat kidney remedy Is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
.nH te enm rtn lie mrll -VA?
by all druggists In fifty-
cent and one-dollar siz
es. You may have a
sample bottle by man Home of Bwtunp-Koot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out If you have kidney or bladder (rouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
r .VIILIBWIiS' .'t.S.l ... . i--
Our Coal is SUPERIOR
STILL SELL AL THE SAME OLD
Wagon SoalesBaok 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 TllIKI) Av. Phonk No. 01
Kcgiiku examinations for persons
desiring to teueii in Webster county
are held in the superintendent's otlieo
at Ked Cloud, lb ; third Siturda.v in
Eva .1. Casi:, County Supt.
Tiih tJiiiKK $1 per year.
Buchanan, Mich , May 22
Genesee Pure Food Co., Lo Roy, N. Y
Gentlemen: My mamma has been a
great coffee drinker and has found it
very injurious. Having used several
packages of yotn Grain-o, tho drink
that takes the place of coffee, she finds
it much better for herself and for u-
children to drink. She has given up
coffee driiiKiiig entirely. Wo Use a
package of Grain-o every week. 1 am
ten j cars old.
Yours respectful' t,
I' A.N NIB WlI.I MMs
The ClliKK and Chicago Inter Ocean
ono year for $1.25
DO YOU FEEL
REUIHVBS AND iriVIGOHHTES.
It clnw the liver and bowels, strengthens the kidneys and
aids digeitlon, thus the system is regulated ana tne
body fortified to resist disease.
... A VALUABLE REMEDY TO KEEP IN THE HOUSE ...
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Price f i.oo Per Bottle.
Cltuuti tnil Lttutlllci tbe Hill,
l'ninuiiti ft luiurUnt growth.
tfnver Fella to llertore Qraj
uair to lis xouiuiui woior.
Curt scalp dit ,.,'f Ac hair Ulilcg.
late. The biggest surprise
vou ever struck. The
CuiKr calculating pen
cil is the most interest
ing educational device
of the age. A boon to
We have on hand one
gross of these pencils
and will give one with
each dollar paid us on
subscription while they
last. If you want one
now is the time to get
it frae. They won't
last long. First come
B CHICHESTER'S ENQLI8H
.IVv OrtfflniH anil Only (Jrnulnri.
kit. UK l to Jo!U mcullle Uim iti!t4
! with tioriMKn, laltenootticr. KcruM
IlKBitaraM Hubslltutlona ajkI Imltm.
Ub. Itu; ef your Iiruf gut. or oi 4c. In
lumpi nr i-arucBiarv, rtiiMaiia
q4 "Ite.Uf for LatU." m leirw, b re
turn Halt 1.OOU T-ilitDoruU. tHldbr
I ItfB.rlai. 1 klah.lt.B kan.ll fl.
Masts ttli f.f.t. SUdUwn Turk, l'lll I.A.. l'A. '
B. & M. R.Y
11 El) CLOUD, NEUH.
SI, LOUIS nnd
till jioints ciml und
SAL1 LAKE U'Y
nnd nil point
TIUISB LEAVE AH rUU.OWg:
11. riiHU'iiRM ilftlly for Obt-rllu
Hiid m. t raucihurniicnei.uz
ford, McCook, Deiiveraiid all
jioliiU went H:2San.
No, 14 I'aMiengcr dully for St. Joe,
KaiiMM City, Alcliiuon, St.
l.ouli. Lincoln la Wyroore
and all poiiiti rant and south 9:0.1 a ro
No. 17. raBiset)Ker. Ually. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
No 18. 1'aHKeiiKer. dally for St. Joe,
rtaiiKHN uiiy, Aicuuoii, til
I.oiiih anil all
polnta cam and
TRADERS rUMIBlSX CO.
LUMBER AND COAL,
J3i:iilclinj material, XDto.
Red Cloud. - - Nebraska
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of NcliranUn, I
Webster Comity, f In tho County Court.
In tht matter nt tin
lie etate of charleh Si'liult.
Notice Im hcrctiy Klven to all iivroim lmliiK
claluiH and duiimmlti tiKalnat UiarlrH seliiili,
lute of Webster tiinty, leecai'ed, that the time
for HI I in: rlulniH ukuIiik Mini t'Mnlo U six
month from the 27th day of July, limo, All
tncli persons are requested to present their
claims with the vouchers to tho fount) .Indue
of said county, at hl nllice therein, on or he.
foro tho listh day ot Juiiunry. I'.ni. mid nil
clKiniM ro lllcd will bo heard before tho sajil
judueon tho 29th day of January, IMI, nt 111
o'clock . to
Jamb Drrrr, Ooooty Judgt.
No. 141. Accommodation, dally ezcent
siiiiuay. lusunus. (jrami in
land, lllack 11111k and all
polnuin tho northwest 1:00 p.m.
So, 14.1, Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Obcrlln, Kausax, and
Intermediate stations, via lto
No. Cl Prelum, dally, Wynioro and
st. Joo and Intermediate
Junction points 13:45 n.m
No. M. I'relKht. dally for Ilepubllcan
el lOMIIo m
t,u rieiKiu, uany except sumia)
for Wymoreaiulall point east 0.1,'ia.m.
to Oxford ami
Intermediate points i :3o inn
SleepliiK dliilnu, and recllnliiR chair cars
isinin ireri mi uirouKII traillB. TlCXeth KOlU all
StatCH or Canada,
to any polut In the United
r or Information, time tables, mapH or tlcketi
rail on yr addre. A. Conover. Audit, lied
Cloud, Ncbr. or J. FraiclB, (Jeneral faixeuger
Aiect Omaha, Ntbruka.
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