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PAINFUL PERIODS HO MORE
MRS. GEORGE OSMUN, of Belvldcre, Warren Co., N. J., writes
"Suffering nfl I Ifuil from weakness, Irrenlnrltles and backache
for several years, n release from tills milTcring was is blessing. Old
how I wish more Buffering women would accept your kind offer ami bo relieved.
Tbcro is no need for women to miffcr. Mrs. IMnklmm's advico and Lydia E.
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MRS. H. A., 124 S. Cednr Street, uwosso, awqiu, wrues:
' Nearly three years ago I wroto to you asking advice in regard to my health.
I was so miserable; suffered from painful menstruation and backache, was
nervous, dizzy and faint. I received such a kind letter from you, telling me
Just what to do. I followed your advice and I now mn recommending Lydlu E
Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound. 1 thank (lod for this pain destroyer."
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W. L. MoMILLAK.
One jw It M
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Local advertising 6 cents r line jor lime.
Local Advertising for ciitcrulamanu, com
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societies, Or it ten lines free and all over ten
lines 94 cent cr line cr Issue.
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, ' Stat Ticket.
G. II. DKITHICII,
I Of Adams County.
! Ker Lieutenant Govesnor,
', K. V. 3AYAUK,
Of Custer County.
, Far Secretary f Mate,
' (I V MARSH,
, or IllrUttriWsu Ceuuty.
For Stnto Treasurer.
Of Cutuuiliig County.
, For Stnto Auditor,
J CIIAR1.KS WKSTO.V,
, or Sheridan County,
i ,, For Attorney (ieueritl,
, K. N. I'ltOUT,
i , or Clsge County.
i Fir CoramlHsloner Public Lands,
I (1KO. I). FOLLMKR,
I qr Nuekolls County.
(' For Superintendent;! ubllc Iiiktructlon,
' ' W. K KOWI.HR,
or Washington Ceuuty.
" Congrtsjlonil Ticket.
' For CougrestniHii, A'h DIMrlct,
W. S. JIOIII.AN,
t or Red Willow County,
I Stnatorlul Ticket.
i For Slntc Senator, Will DUtrlct,
I r I. It. HAMPTON,
8 or Wclter Caiiuty.
Float Repf"nttlvfc Ticket.
For Float Kepresntutlve,
rUF.I ! OI.MSTKAI),
or Adams County,
nor Stale Representatlrc,
CIUS. K. HIUKS,
For Ceuuty Attorney,
K. U. OVKRMAK,
Tuesday is tho day.
McKtnley is tho num.
Tho parntuouut issue: Defeat W.J.
Bryn is sttro to carry fewer states
this year than In 1800.
Tho reform party lias now got up lo
Tammany. Whero noxlT
Toil voted for prosporlty and got It.
Will yH cow voto ngiilnst it?
Peflrapi llio next time tho democrats
will nominate a democrat.
If you wutit to vote for pnuio nnd
al-inu put a mark after the fusion
Voto for u republican stato legUln
tute, which will olect a republican to
tho United States senate.
IMiiklium's Vegetable Compound will relievo
Mks. Ida Peters, Milan, Tenn., writes:
" Dkaii Mils. I'inkiiam When I wrote to you
tho first time asking your advico I was a great
sufferer. Menstruations were irregular, somo
times a week too soon and then n week or two
late, and when they appeared were very profuse;
great pain and tenderness in the bowels, pain in
back and limbs, Icucorrmca all tho time, i
was weak and nervous and had no appetite.
Iturning and choking sensation in my throat.
1 received your reply and followed nil your
Instructions and now I urn cured. I owe my
' recovery nil to Mrs. l'lnklmm's ndvlco and her
Ella E. Brenner, 'East Rochester,
" I have been thankful a thousand times
since 1 wrote to you for what your Vegeta
ble Compound has done for me. I followed
your advico cnrcfully and now I feel llko a
different person. My troubles were back
ache, headache, nervous tired feeling, pain
ful menstruation aud lviicorrlucn. I took
four bottles of Lydia K. Piuklnm's Vegeta
ble Compound, one box of Pills, one p&ckago
of .Sanative Wash and am now well." "
Mrs. Maggie I Stine, New Berlin,
" I have suffered with terriblo backache
in tho small of my back for nbout seven
years, and could never get anything to help
me. I tried hovcrul physicians, mil lotinii
'no help. I have now taken three bottles
of Lydia E. Pinkham'H Vegetable Com
pound, mid feel like a different woman."
Tho ex-presideuts of tho United
States will have none of liryatiisin even
though it bo put up in nntMiupcriatism
If the campaign woro to continue n.
month longer detnocrnts would bo ns
senrco in tho United States ns snakes
tiro in Ireland.
Chairman Jones seems to bo labor
ing under tlio impression that if ho
guesses bard enough ho may bo ablo to
pull his msti through
Tho positivo cortnintv of republican
success is now amirud and it is now
only n question of tho sl.o of tho ma
jorities that will bo given for sound
As tho campaign draws to a close,
Bryan increases the cxlrnvaeunco of
Ids charges against tho republican
party and stows more indefinite as to
whit ho will do when elected presi
dent. W.J. Brynn says tho democratic pnr
ty stnnds whero it did in 180G on tho
money question. Tho probabilities
are that tho American people will bo
ft Mini standing in tho sninu position
m they did in 1800.
The mind of tho pooplo is now inndo
up. Tho light is over. Anothur cum
paign of education is ritiished nnd it
Only remains for tho workers to get
out tho votes in older that McKinley's
administration be gloriously vindlcat
ed at tlto polls.
Thoso who believe it safu to voto for
Bryan because tho republican linaneial
legislation has settled tho mouey qui s
lion, should remember Unit a free sil
ver congress enn enact freo j liver leg
islation Just as well as u sound money
cbiigrois can enact sound money laws.
Bo sure that our congressman nnd
stnto legislators are republicans.
Motherhwod means either happiness
or misery ' There is scant happiness for
the mother, who In pain nud weakness
brings into the world a weakling babe
which she can neither nurse nor nourish,
Dr Pierce's favorite Prescription fits
women for motherhood. It strengthens
the maternal organism It trauquilizes
tlie nerves, eticourngcs the appetite nnd
brings refreshing sleep. It muktis the
birth hour practtally painless and gives
the mother the nourishment to give her
There is no alcohol in "favorite Pre
scription," nnd it is absolutely free from
opium, cocaine, and all other narcotics.
' Wonts cannot express how grMefut I am for
out kind advice and your 'Paorlte Prescription,-"
writes Mrs. I) ll Harriets, of Perrows,
Campbell Co , Va. "I tcel that It has cuted me
I hail liee.n in poor health for four years Suf
fered Kreatly wlih my rigtit side, also with
txarluRdown pains, aud my nerves were In a
dreadful state, After unliig four bolHes or yor
' favorite Prescription ' I am now well I am
the mother af two chiUrea With the first
cllld I suirered twenty-eislit hours, and with
the second I used your medicine nnd was sick
only three hours I believe Dr Pierce's 1'aror.
lie Preciptlou lo be the best medicine In the
world for milferiiiR females. I wish you great
success, aud hope that God will bless ou In
your noble work,"
Pr Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, in paper covers, is sent tee on
receipt of 21 one -cent stamps to pay
expense" of mailing only. Address Dr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
E. U. OVEVMAN.
'lltot (lice of county attorney I one
which intnifbts evpry voter In Wobter
county Too much partisanship and
not enough good judgment in selecting
a proper peisoti for this olllco lias been
11 detriment to this county. A county
attorney kIioiiL be a petsou who is
:nnb'u of defending too interesis of
the people he represutits in aujeoiitt
wltln ui fl istanto. This year the it
publicans have on their ticce I a caiidl
date for county attorney who is one of
the best v ad nnd most capable la -yiM's
in Weiiter emiuty. Omt who w a
lawyer minis no iutioduetion to the
piipr. Olio who located iutbitcity
only 11 few jeurs ngo, Mil m iiisiiit
loot as huge, if notlugei prneiid ilinii
tiny oilier iilltiinc in the count j.
w,Jffe " ivJ ft
Olio who through his Mriet attention to
the law business, and who throdgh his
willing'ic.vs to prosecute or defu ml any
legitimate r.niiii, tin matter how large
or how small the nmottui involved, has
endeared himself to the people and
has acquired a reputation of being a
clean, honest, reliable, upright and
capable man and a trustworthy law
yer, nnd ono who has the confidence
nnd respact of nil. Such a man is the
next county attorney ot Webster coun
ty K. U. Overman, He needs no iutio
duetion or words of commendation,
his residence boro has gained both for
him. Very few aro tho people of this
county who have not mot him. To meet
him is to meet n man, to get acquain
ted with him is to bo convinced that ho
is a man when tho full moaning of that
word is tnkon into consideration. Ho
has risen from boyhood to his present
station i j lifo through his own person
al clTorts, and he is not ouo to stop, bttt
rather ono who will overcome any ob
slaclo in his road to success. Tho vot
ers of Wobstor county can select no
111010 capable man for the ofllce of
county nttorney if they go over tho
whole list of members of the Webster
county bnr. Nothing would ,bo more
creditable to the voters of this county
thnn to have it said that for onco they
luid aside political differences and
elected n capable attorney to uttond to
their legal interests To do this they
will have to put an X after the name
of K U. Overman, but thoy will novor
bo soriy that they did it. Seo that you
murk an X after his name on your Dal-
ols next Tuesday,
C. E HICKS.
WI1011 a man comes up for oflico ov
oiyime, as a rule, considers that Wis
kindly disposition aud geniality will
disappear as soon as the election is
over aud the votes aru counted, and in
some cases this is true. However,
there aro exceptions in all cases, ami
especially so is this true in tho ease of
ouo of tho candidates on tho republican
ticket this year. Wo refer to (Jhas. K.
Hicks tho republican candidate for
stnto representative. Two years ago
Mr. Hicks was a candidate for float
representative 011 tho same ticket aud
was elected in the faca of 11 largo fu
sion miijorily in both Webster nnd
Adams counties. The people mado no
mistake 111 his selee.Mou then. Ho took
tho utmost euro 111 looking nfttr the
interests of tho peoplo ho represented
and their sni illest desires for special
legislation were always attonded to by
him with pleasure. Ho mado no bold
pretenses thou, tiu simply promised
ns ho did this year, to look after the in
terests of his pooplo to tho bust of Ills
ability, and no ono ever criticised liii
actions while in the state legislature.
Ho was no more approachable by a
rich man than by a poor man while in
ofllce nud during his touuro was
ever possessed of n personal opinion
tlintony man was us good as another,
and was deserving of the same atten
tion. Ho is always tho same, before
election or after election, and auyono
who kuos him knows that this is so.
A voto f-r li'.m means a vote for all tho
peoplo Ho is an Inmost nnd upright
m ui one who is always trim to his con.
siilueiits and ono doiciving of tho
votes of 1 1 p illtle.il eromls, Put an X
nftes' his name and have your neighbor
do the stmt;
I B HAMPTON.
1 B Hampton, the next stato sena
tor from this district is conducting ono
of the most iIiuioukIi and gentlemanly
eanipaluii!1 ever conducted in tbis dU
ttict. He ban made a thorough can
vass of the dlsti let, and in no ulaco has
lie attempted to ui.tko a showing for
himself by decrying the demerits of
1 his opponent, but simply by his own
As the blood contains all the elements necessary to sustain life, it is impor
tant that it be kept free of all impurities, or it becomes a source of disease,
poisoning instead of nourishing the body, and loss of health is sure to follow.
Some poisons enter the blood from without, through the skin by absorption, or
inoculation ; others from within, as when waste products accumulate in the
system and ferment, allowing disease germs to develop and be taken into the
circulation. While all blood troubles have one common origin, each has some
peculiarity to distinguish it from the other. 'Contagious Wood Poison, Scrofula,
Cancer, Rheumatism, Ecacma and other blood diseases can to distinguished by
1 certain r.-tr'- ' r, eruption or Inflammation appearing on the skin. Every blood
ncr or later on the
Manv mi sore or outward slcn
external i.1M.i..ubii9. Valuable time is lost and no permanent benefit derived from such treatment.
BLOOD TROUBLES REQUIRE BLOOD REMEDIES f the poisoe -ust be completely and perma.
nently eradicated the blood reinforced, purified and cleansed, or the disease goes deeix 1 enps the very life. Mercury
potash and arsenic, the treatment usually prescribed in this class of diseases, are violent ioisons, even when taken in small
doses never cure, but do much harm by adding another poison to the already overburdened, diseased blood.
or any similar blood trouble, write them fully for advice about your oasc. All correspondence is conducted in strictest coofi.
dencc. We make no charge for this service. Book on blood and skin diseases free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
individual met its. Ho lias lived in this
county ever since t lie oarlj 'TO's and is
well known nnd highly respected by
everyone. No one cuu placo or show
any spots or blemishes on his reptitn
tiini politically. Always honest, al
ways just, always (quitnble. Helms
no excuse to make for past actions.
Ho is nn exemplary man nnd one well
calculated to 1111 tho olllco to which lie
aspires with grace nnd dignity. Tho
people of ibis distt let aro fortunate to
have such a man to vote for. One of
the best indications to good citizen
ship is to bear n man siy, "I voted for
tn honest nud capable man regardless
of politics." Tbis is what can bo said
if you cast ymir Inllot for I. B. Hamp
ton for senator. Kemember it nnd
win n you go to voto be sure and put
an X after his name.
Four years ago Bryan received n plu
rality of 233 votes in this county. This
means that tho republicans will have
to make again of thirteen in every
voting precinct in the county, or that
about seven votes in each precinct will
have lo bo changed in this election
in order to carry tho county for Mc
Ktnley. Can it be done? Don't say
no. On tho morning of election day
got off your coat and Ret to work and
do your sharo toward changing to a
substantial mnjoriiT for good govern
ment. Seo that every man votes and
If voit are h republican and do not
voto on election day, that menus two
votes for tho democrat iu ticket. Dou't
stay at homo nud then kick if your
ticket is bent. Go aud vote and uiako
every ouo else do the same thing.
Reform politics in 18U0: "Down with
Uefoini politics of 1000: "(treat is
Tammany and Crokor is its prophet."
Voto foi tho republican congressman
so as to sustain the president In his
policies for good government.
l'liis picture is the timlo titiiiU of
SCOTT'S I-MUI.SIOX, ami is on
every bottle of SCOTT'S KM!,.
SION in tlie World, which now
amounts to mtuiy millions curly
This great business lias giowu to
such vast proportion
Frsfz-Because the proprietor
have always beeu mos.t careful in
selecting the various ingredients
used in its composition, atucly:
the finest Cod Liver Oil, aud the
St?contf:-Because they have sc
skillfully combined the rarioti:
ingredients that the best possible
results are obtained by its use.
77ir;-Beeause it has made si
many sickly, delicate childret
strong and healthy, given healtl
and rosy cheeks to so many pak
anaemic girls, and healed the lungs
and restored to full health, so many
thousands in the first stages of
If you have not tried It. send for free sample,
Us agreeable taste will surprise vou,
SCOTT S. HOWNC, Cliemlsts,
40013 rearl Street, .New York.
joe and Ji.uo; alldruggut.
outside and on the weakest part of the body, or where it finds the least resistAnr.
for the real disease, and attempt a cure
fc. a. fc., nature's own retneuy, maue 01 roots anu ueros, attacks the disease la
the blood, antidotes aud forces out all impurities, makes weak, thin blood rich, strong
and healthy, and at the same time builds up the general health. S. S. S. is the only
purely vegetable blood purifier known, and the only one that can reach deep-seated
blood troubles. A record of 50 years of successful cures proves it to be a reliable,
unfailing specific for all blood and skin troubles.
Froo Medio! Troatmont. Our Medical Department is in charge of
skilled physicians, who have made blood and skin diseases a life study, so if you nave
Contacious Blood Poison. Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Eczema, an Old Sore or Ulcer.
To make room for my new
2 only, line fancy Kilt, worth 8po0 at
2 only, blacK and gold burnished, -vorth $4 00 at
1 lineO inch Rilt burnished, worth $4 CO at . 2 f8 ench.
One lot nsforted flan eh wotth $2.r.O and $2 00nt. 1 48 each.
Ouo lot (1x14 hand painted pastels sketches iu 7uc
frames, your choice of tho lot with fiunio com
plete . . . 00c each.
THESE: PRICES IT
BUY ; NOW : FOR
-G. V. ARGABRIGHT.
PORTRAIT PAINTER, RED CLOUD, NEB.
Flour9aFeed, Oats, Corn,
Baled Hay and Coal Oil.
HARD - ABI -
No. i Third Avenue, Red
B. Stf. ROSS. PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 52.
TRADERS LUMBER CO,
LUMBER and COAL
-building; material. Etc.
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "UTTLE GIANT" It H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH 118 WEIOBT IN COID TO EVERY SIOCKMAH AND FARMER.
FmSBHttKS, MOftSE A CO.. OCQAHA, NEB.
by the use of salves, liniments and nih
Holiday Goods I offer some
in 16x20 frames.
2 93 each.
2 48 each.
WILL: PAY: YOT
FUTURE : USE.
SOFT - COAL
Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51. Q
Coal and Cement.
of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest I
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