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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1900)
Out in Kansas
lives a happy wife. She writes: " I
have used Mother' Prlend before
two confinements. The last time I had
twins, and was In labor only n few min
utes. Suffered very little." The reason
doei 'expectant mothers so much
rd la because It is an external liniment,
be applied upoh the outaida, where
reach ef the strain comes. It helps be
suae the pores of the akin readily absorb
It, and It cornea Into direct contact with
and It abaorbed by the parts involved.
Morning sickness Is quickly banlahed,
and nervousness is kept completely away.
The aenae of dread and foreboding la not
experienced, even during lubor itaelf.
Confinement Is ahort and almost without
pain. Recovery is quick and aure. Beat
of all, JfUthar's Priam benefits the
unborn Just aa much aa the expectant
mother, and when the little one cornea it
will be strong, lusty and healthy.
DntfgUU Mil Mother's PrUnd for $1 a bottl.
Btnd for our free book on th tubjtct,
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
r. d. bedford.
Real - Estate, - Insurance,
Agent tor the Kojitaiilk Lwk Assuu
Dr. E. A. Crkigiiton,
Honorary Graduate & Silver Medalist
Western University, Canada.
Calls Answered Day and Nioiit.
Orrrci Oraa Cook's PauitaucT.
J. S. EMIG-H,
IK VOU WAVT IT.
Grows Bridge Work or Teeth Withut Plitei
Aad all tat lateiL Improvement la dsntal raech
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Lock llox an. (lulcle Itock, Nob.
All kinds of property bought, sold and
OVERMAN & BLACKLEDQE
KTTORNBYS - RT - L.Kln.
Oltlcc trcr Pn OWc.
RED CLOUD, NEHKASKA.
We can surnlsh you brick in
nny quantity at Hit lowest pos
Hi bio rate. Brick on sale nt
either of the lumber ynnto.
Get Our Prices Before You
Red Cloud, Neb.
.?' . " i ' -;ri
Don't llo tlio top of your
Jolly Mini rurrTO Jura In
tlio old fashioned way. Hoal
llutmtiy tlw now, quick,
,. niisolitii'ly sure- wiiV by
iA n till" contltnt ofmire,
ri-uiivu rnrwiiuo x.
Kits r.o tiuto or odor.
Ij nlr tlnlit nnd ucM
proof. Kuslly iipplled.
W Ikl M .kill, lit 4lit ImllBA
1'uli directions with
ciii'W l Kin nil enke.
ooM ei eriHbere.
Mado by STANDARD OIL CO-
HOW TO STUDY ART!
We give m our illustrated catalogue,
FREE, valuable information uud
advice to those contemplating the
study of Art. Send poMal for cata
logue. HALSKY C. IVUS, Director.
ST. LOUIS SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS,
SI. Lou In, Mo.
Hast UbuaU Bjruu. Tutus Owl. Cm
niifflH WHEHE All ILSk tA LS.
I In floia. Sold br druiuill.
1 1 INI
Indications That It Will Give
Its Vote to McKinlcy.
Fablta rioutlruriit fitradlly CT.anflns;.
Abuse of Kieciitlvo Authority.
OmaliH, Sept. 10. At a puce Unit
vlica Utllbcrutlou and Huucr thought
NofcruBku Ih rnukltiK Its way toward
the Republican column.
It Ih no Idle insertion to pay that at
thin vory time NeliniHfcu In u doiibtfu'
statr, with Hoiitliuenl ateadlly elia lin
ing In favor of the HepiibllcaiiH, in that
degree uh to Jimtlfy tlie tiHKurtloii that
It will give Its electoral vote to McKIn
ley. Tho otTort of the fiiHloti caiupuiRti
inannKLTH to Htoin the tide by trying
to' meet the lolc of eviutn with bun
boon and vugarles la fulling fur abort
f accomplishing Its purpose.
In tha first pfaee, the people of Ne
rMka axa too Intelligent to be duped
tn Any auch way. Taey know that the
cry of "Inperiallau" and "mllltnrlam"
ia only a scheme to dlrsrt attention
from the real laaues. They know that
It It Intended for no other purpoee than
to keep them from thlaklng of the ter
rible dlatrena ef tour years ago, and
from comparing tho philosophy and
feropaeoy of tho "boy orator" In 1800,
M to what terrible thlngH would hap
m If McKluley was elected, with
what really haa tiapponcd. Knowing
tbla, foe people are turning their bncka
upon bugtiboos and are giving prob
lems asfioelatud with their domestic af
fairs caroful conalUeraHon.
The peopto nro unking themnolvea
what gunrnuteu huvo they, If Ilrynn Ih
elected, that the terrible Industrial
and comiuercliil dlstreuH of four years
age will uot return?
They are asking themselves why
they ahould (Insert a wine leader unrt
sound policy a policy that has brought
good prices for ull furm products, that
has closed tho free soup houso uud
opened the factories to ten million la
boring people ftr an flnwlsc loader,
and an unsound policy that, overy time
It has been teated .and applied, has
precipitated a financial and Industrial
crisis, has stilled the hand of labor
and extinguished tho fires In nearly
They 'are asking themselves why
they should reject that which has been
proven to be for their best Interest
for thnt which history proves to be
weighted down with Injury nnd dan
ger. Thero was n time when many of tho
people of Nebraska permitted others
to think for them. They were too busy
with their own personal nffulrs, or too
confiding, to devote attention to polit
ical problems. Kor that reason ninny
honestly believed In the vagaries of
Bryan In t8H0. They accepted what
he said as gospel truth without stop
ping to consider for u moment.
It Is different today. They have
learned to the contrary In the school of
experience. They have been taught to
think for themselves, and, In doing
this, they have discovered to what ex
tent their confidence has been Imposed
upon. They have discovered that not
one of Bryan's predictions of 1S1MJ has
come true. That he was wrong In
each nnd overy Instance. He told
them McKlnley's election would visit
upon the country Inconceivable disas
ter. He told them that Just so sure as
McKlnley was elected this country
would be visited by such suffering nnd
distress as It had never before known.
Results luivedemonstrated that this,
say me least, wns a vicious and
shameful Imposition 011 public credul
ity t ":$$&&: T9
w NOTHING TO GAIN.
The people of Nebraska know by
this time that they havo nothing to
gain by voting for the nrynn eleetornl
ticket. They know full well thnt es
tabllshed policies of government are In
such close sympathy with ludustrlnl
conditions that they ennnot be dis
turbed without canting unrest, nnd
they know further, thnt to mibstltute
policies that are a tn.x on enterprise
nnd energy for policies that are stimu
lative means to do thnt which sober
reason holds to be Inimical to the pub
it is vastly more Importnnt to tho
voters of Nebrukn that there shrill bo
good markets and good prices for farm
products, that Inbor shall be employed.
thnt the money of the nntlon nIiiiII be
free from spurious cnntuminntlon and
uliiill be the very best, th'nt-money may
be had nt u low rate of Intcrost as n
stimulant or Industry nnd as a relief
to the debtor, than that the Philip
pines shall be turned gvor to Aguln
C5ncernedus SIT patriotic Americans
are In the proper solution of the Phil
ippine problem, tho first And foremost
thing to bo considered Is the welfnro
of the American poople nt home, espe
cially since the McKlnley administra
tion has demonstrated Uh ability and
lutentlon to adjudlcato the Philippine
question along thnt lino most consist
ent with American customs nnd tra
ditions. There Is no danger, ns regards tho
Philippines. That probloin will bo
properly solved. Tho grent danger that
confronts the' American pooplo Is freo
C?ede, spurious money and consentient
low prices, Idjo lnbpr and hnrd times.
NOTJCK TO TAXI'AYEUS: DulilUJlKJUt
real estate taxes will be advertised for
sale the lirst week in Ontober. The
lUts are now being pi'epiued for tlio
printer, Propeity owners will govern
thotuselvo? accordingly. C. 1). Hon
inson, County Treasurer.
NEBRASKA N L NE
Mrs. Charters moved tho first of the
week into tho country north of town.
Hurrah for Nebraska. It rains, it
Al Heed nnd Thos. Uurdon drove to
ltnri Cloud Monday.
Nelson Unrtlett nnd his daughter
wcro pnssongors to Linooln Monday.
His daughter expects to rumnin and
take n course, of music this winter.
Grandma Uartlott who has beon
quito poorly wo nro glad to report to
be slowly improving.
V. S. Hnll made ti business trip to
It. 0. licst rcconllv returned from a
visit to his daughter In Kansas. Ho
was accompanied by a brother who re
sides at Topeka, Kansas.
O. A. Whelan has improved his resi
dence property with a now well nnd
L. It. Wyidor wns over from Blue
E. H. Cox was At St. Joe and Lincoln
Shorral Hall of Lincoln spent a few
days at homo last week.
Tho placo known as the Hobt. Mc-
Call urn farm was seld to J. P. Burns,
Don't forgot to como to the G. A. It.
reunion next week 18tb to 22d.
Kov. Ogden preached at tho Congro-
gntionnl church lASt Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Yost attended tho
stnto fair several days last weok.
School opened with rather small at
tendance, but teachers nnd scholars
linve settled down to work nnd every
thing is going on nicely.
At the last meeting of Bladen's ci',y
dads, two thought best to rosier.. C.
A. Easterly and M. W. Whelnn weie
appointed to fill vacancies.
Six inches of water foil Monday nnd
the farmers nro all busy putting in
lMcir fall wheat. This rain gives the
ground a thorough soaking.
Frank WalTul's ico house wns tlooded
Mondny night nnd he lost nil tho ico.
Hy Widdersheim and J L. Grand-
staff attended tho inter-state reunion
nt Superior this weok.
Chntica McCoy, Loroy Jones and V.
A. Plumb with their families left by
tho overland route for Oklahoma,
where they expect to make their fu
If you oat without appetite you need
Prickly Ash Bittern. It promptly re
moves impurities that clog nnd impede
the action of tho digestive organs, cre
ates good appetito nnd digestion,
strength of body and activity of brain.
For salo by O. L, Cutting.
The Cut Prices On High Grade
Portraits and Frames
Will continue until Septembet 15th, to accommodate
those who have had to have photographs made.
I SPECIAL Crayon Portrait Free ! i
Crayon Portraits free this week with each cash frame
order. Satisfaction guaranteed.
PORTRAIT PAINTER, RED CLOUD, NEB.
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" h H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EYERY STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
How many of you linve IoM tho prlro of this Englno In ono day on account of In
sufficient wind to oit'iiito your wind mills, icuvlnu jour stock without water. Oct ono
now to ili) your imiuplnK ulicu thutu Is no wind or to ilo It n-ulurl", Weather (loos not
itlloct Its work, hot or colli, wet or dry. wind or cnltn. It in it', iho sumo to thli inuohlno.
Will also shell coin, grind feed, saw wood, chum tnittor and Is handy for a hundred other
jobs, In thu liiiiiso or on tho furin. Coats nothing to keep when uot worlcliur, nnd only 1
to 2 cents per hour when workliur. Snipped completely set up. reudy to run. no founda
tion needed, a great lulxir and money stiver. Kequlres pr.ictlrully no attention, and la
absolutely wife. We make all alius of (Jnaolino KiikIiios, from !! to "r horso powor. Write
or eirmiiur nun Heciiu prices.
TRiVDESIS IvXJJMIBIOR CO.
LUMBER AND COAL
ttilca.irL&; material, Bto.
City Dray and Express Line.
E. Jn. ROSS, PROP,-
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAUS EXPRESS CO.:
TELEPHONE NO. 52.
A lino lain Monday.
Farmers nro beginning to put
Kov. Day preached his farewell ser
mon at Eckley last Sunday.
Annie Killough returned recently
from an extended visit in Kansas and
at other points.
Ed Bintich and Orris Hubbard havo
gone to look for land in Furnas county
and other points in tho west.
Miss Lucy Smnllwood of Decatur
county, town, is teaching n very suc
cessful 'chool in Dist. CO.
Tlio fret rural dellvory of mail maices
regular trips every day, except Sun
day and is a great boon to those parts.
Warren Denny nnd little daughter
of Cowlcs attended church at Eckley
(J. M. Albiu's ngetl mother from
Iowa has been spending tho summer
with her son.
Gilbert Denny is in western Kanens
visiting his sister Mrs. Roll a Farquhar
Tho Sunday school picnic in Bob
White's grovo on Saturday, September
8th was faitly well attended and all
present seemed to enjoy themselves.
The program consisted of songs nnd
recitations and an address by Rev. Mc
Kinney in tho forenoon and Rev.
Deakin in the afternoon. Pleasant
itidge camo in n body and rendered
somo fine musio and tho flag drill by
clnss No. 0 of Eckley Sunday school
wns cspeo'nlly fine. Eavesdroffer.
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
by local applications as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
Thero is only one way to cure deafness
nnd tknt is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is cnused by an inflamed con
dition of tho mucous lining of the eus
tachian tube. Whon this tube gots in
flamed you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed deafness is the result, nnd
unless the Inflammation can be taken
out nnd this tube restored to its normal
condition, bearing will be destroyed
forever; nine cases out of ten are caus
ed by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous sur
faces. We will give one hundred dol
lars for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh) thnt cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's family pills are the best.
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
MvitlcCnre for rlicuinatlum and neuralgia
readily curcR In from one to three ilnys. Its no
tion upon the iiyitem In remarkable andinye
terloiiH. It rcmorei at once the cause anil the
itlacaae Immediately tllnappearR. The first dose
urcally teiietlli. 75 cciUb. Sold by II. K. Orlcv.
lied Clpud. Neb.
& CO.. OOIAHA, NEB.
Charges as low as the LowestJ
Crayor Portrait for our Subscriber.
Tho CniKK has always been in the
habit of glvinn it's subscribers the best
of it on tho olIeririK ' promlums for
subscriptions paid In advance. The
fact that paper has advanced mater
ially and that no advance has been
made in tho price of this paper, has
mado it Imperative that we have what
is due us at once. Wo have heretofore
been lenient, but will bo compelled
seon to place many accounts in the
hands of a collector to enforce pay
ment. Rather than do this wo will
give as an inducement for those pay
ing up to date, a six months paid up
subscription to tho paper and a tine
genulnooil finish portrait of yourself
or tt friend, in n splendid fruino for
tke small sum of $l.t)S. These por
traits will not rub oh" like the cheap
crayon pictures, but they wash and
can bo put In a tub of water over night
without injury. Tho portrait can be
made from any small picture, photo,
tintype, or atnbrotvpo furnished. Any
portrait that is not entirely satisfac
tory will not cost you a cent. We
have a sample portrait at this office
which must be seen to be appreciated.
If you have a loved one whose picture
you wish enlarged it will pay you to
take advantago of this offer.
Is yourname written there? Where?
On our subscription books for the last
Tear in tho 19th century . It should be.
The Ciiibk and Chicago Inter Ocean
neyear for $1.25.
Is a symptom of Kidney
Disease. A well-known doc
tor has said, "I-nevcr yet
made a post-mortem exami
nation in a case of death from
Heart Dteeast without find
ing the kidneys were at
fault." The Kidney medi
cine which was first on the
market, most successful for
Heart Disease and all Kid
ney Troubles, and moat
widely imitated is
.1. O WILES, Prop.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Kebravkn, I
Webrter County, f
In tint County Court of Wtuiitf rrounly.
In the mHtter of the emnte of Kunifst K. (Jul?
gle. dccenu'd. I
Notice In hereby given fl nil persons hnvlng
claims and deuntuds ngMliot Kttrni'st li. (niggle
Into of Webster countydeceased, that the time
for tiling claims against said etato is nix
months from the Tth day of September. 1600,
All nich persons are requested to present their
claims with the vouchers to tho County Judge
nfsald county, al his ollico llieriJn, on or be
foro the Tth day of March. Ill. and nil
claims so tiled will bo heard before the said
Judge on the Mlt day of March. IP01, at IP
o'clock a m.
Iamb Durrv, County .ludgc.
Dated. August U, 110.
somewhere if you dou't get good ((utili
ty iu your harness.
Don't ho cent wise and dollar foolish
by getting trashy stuff, but buy our
Leather harness. That will last for
years and give satisfaction, at a price
that will surprise you by its littleness.
OUR HORSE COMFORTS
such as fly nets, etu , aro well wortl:
your attention, ami will surely prove u
J. O. Butter, THEtOTESS
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble '4
nnd Don't Know it.
now To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a
j , sediment or set-
tung indicates an
tlon of the kid.
neys; if It stains
your linen It Is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass It or pain In
th hark ( ale.
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do.
There Is comfort In th lnnwi((.a c
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the
oat, moneys, over, oiaciaer and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
to hold water am! aldlnr. in i -,i
It, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
iw.ciiy oi ocing compelled to go often
durlncr the dav. and to tn im manu ii,,..
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary eitect ol swamp-Root 13 soon
realized. It stands the highest for Its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have th
best. Sold by druggist In 50c. and$t. sizes.
You may have a samola bottl nf tht.
ana a cook tnat tellsi
more about It, both sen t
absolutely free hvmall.
address Dr. Kilmer Be noma of Brans-Root
- J -,
Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer In this paper,
Bon Ton Bakery.
FIVE CENT DRINKS.
Ire Crenm Sodn, Crushed Fruit Sodn.
Cherry Klpe raorpliata.
TEN CENT DRINKS
qnvcu'H favorite. Rg I'honphate,
Seltzer Lemonade with Cherrien.
W.S. BENSE, Prop.
m HAIR BALSAM
piMBMf and Uauiinea lit ".,
Promote. . la.11rl.nl mwh
Narer rails to B.ntor Onty
Cum K.!p diw.K. & hair Ulllnr.
Ut,.ndlmiu Urutrliu '
,-C7k.. 0I"Tm OnlylJeiluhl
TJ7,Mv8ArK. AI..J. r.ll.bl. I VdlM. utin.Hd
for GUICUlMTElfM KNdLLSH
In UEU 0'1 li.ld m.lilllo toit. n.l.4
lthl,l..rlbbon. Tkf no other. Htf..o
Daacrroo. Hnb.tltaU.ua ud ImlCu.
Uoaa. Buj of j..r praulu. r ij 4. lo
turrn Mail. 10,000 TliilmoalauV' s.ljt
n.a ttl. rr. MadUo.l-.rl.l'lliLAKir
tie rrrqutntcaunof Appcndlcltiii and many uthr vr.
lout Ills fhould n.rcr be n-tpcu-l. The objection to tho
uraal rathartto remodle. I. their coUt. rvaotlon which
Inrrrav. constipation lmtcad vt curing It. PAHiCEH'8
OINUtll TONfO la tho proper remedy. It action th?
Urer, and hen oaed aa directed, emuuMntly removes
U10 cotuUpaUoo. M cl fc (XM at ail IruggUti
B. & M. B.T
RED CLOUD NEBR.
SI. LOUIS and
all points east and
SA LI LAKE C'Y
and all point
TBaIN lsatb ai follows:
13. PaBnenut r dally for Oberlln
anu si. r rancm nrancnei. ux
ford, McCook, Deuverand all
potnti wet..... ........ ....... 8:25 a.m.
No, 14. PaB.euger dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City, Atchison, St.
Loul', Lincoln via Wymoro
and all points eaut and nouth 0:05 a.m
No. IT. PaKsetiKcr. daily. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
No. 18. Pansonger. dally for St, Joe,
KaiiKAn City. AtrhUon, St.
Lnula and ull point east and
nouth ............ ......... 10 :80 a.m.
No. 141 Arrominodatlon, dally except
Sunday. IIrMIiikp. Grand iV
land, lllnrlc Hills mid all
points In tho uorthwckt ..... ItfOp.rn.
s'o, 113, Arcnmmodatlon, dally except
Suuduy, Oberlln, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, vla'Ko
nuliltt'rtn IV.Hln m
SI. FrclKht, tlally, Wymoro and
St. Joe and Intermediate
lunrtlon points 19:45 p.m.
tn. FrclKht. dally for Itepiibllcnn
uncaus.uxioru and all point.
No. 60. FrclKht, dally oxrept Sunday
for Wymoro and all point east fl . Ki a.m.
No. 173. FrelRht dally to Oxford and
Intcrmedlato points 1:30 p.m
Slecplnpr, dining, and reclining chair cars..
(scats freo) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any point In the United
Wates or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tickets
?" H1,0.r (',fe A. Conover, Agent, lied
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska. mi
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