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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1900)
GAVE little thought to my health," writes Mrs. Wm. V.
UKI.L, 330 . wninut ot uanton, u to Mrs. I'ink
ham. "until I found mvsclf unable to attend tn mrr
"Ihad had my days of not feeling well and my monthly
suiicnng, anu a goou aeai 01 uacKucnc,
but I thought all women had these
things and did not complain.
"1 had doctored for some time, but
no medicine seemed to help me, and my
physician thought it best for me to go
to the hospital for local treatment I
had read and heard so much of vour
Vegetable Compound that I made up
my mind to try it. I was troubled with
falling of the womb, had sharp pains in
hvaHm. Irmrnrrhrnnnnrl nnlnftil menses.
I was so weak and dizzy that I would
often have severe fainting spells. I
took in all several bottles of Lydia E.
Pinkhams Vegetable Compound
and Blood Purifier and used the
Sanative Wash, and am now in
good health. I wish others
to know of the wonderful -5J
good it has done me, nndx
have muny friends tnkinir it T-.
now. Will always give your f, '
medicine the highest praise.
Mrs. A. Tollb, 194G Hil
ton St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
"Dkar Mrs. Pinkiiam
I was very thin and my
friends thought I was in con
sumption. Had continual
headaches, backache and
falling of womb, and my eyes
were affected. Every one
noticed how poorly I looked
and I was advised to take
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound. One bottle
relieved me, and after tak
ing eight bottles am now n
kealthy woman; have gained in weight 95 pounds to 140
pounds, and everyone asks what makes me so stout."
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PUUU611KD XVKKY FRIDAY
loured at the poit oBce at Bed Cloud. Neb.M
oond class mall natter.
I.oeal adtertliliiK & ceati er Hue xr luue.
Local Advcrtlilnc. for entcrlaliuntiits, com
tens, socials, etc., given j churches, charitable
lot letlcs, etc., where all moneys rained there
frain are uied wholly for church or charltablo
ocUtlen, tint ten line free aud all oTtr ten
liars 9M oenu per lino per Inane.
Loral advertising of entertainments, concert!,
recttalt, etc., where per cent la given to pro
ueters, 6 cent per line per lueiie. '
One ralumn per month ..... ... 17 W)
One half column per month ........ ,1 w
Oncfeurth column Hsr month...... . 1 75
Qenernl dliplajr adverUiliiR 1 8V cents cr
pa "" """- m,
ikuit or riKTioii is very closi
Xneamplate Return Indicate
ft MoKlnl7 KUctora and the Htata
Tlekat Kict For Governor
Js MfUUtiire Clulmrd by Kadi f
.. .. HeeiiUa Klsrwhere.
Lincoln, Nov. 8.? 11. tn. Nebraska
is giving tho tabulators something ta
do. She Is very close, but from the
return received up to midnight It li
saf to predict that ti'm Mott'tni..,.
ridge, rep., Omaha, lawyer; two fu.
hionTsts not yet iloiernHned.
Seventh, Cumlngsund Hurt Andrew
It. Olcson, rep., West Poll, lawyer.
Eighth.'Dlxon, Dakota, Knox, Ce
dar, and Thurston Result undecided.
Ninth district, Antelope'! Hoone and
Greeley-A. W. Ladd, rep., Albion,
Tenth, Washington, and Dodge
Lorenzo Crounse, rep., Fort Calhoun,
Eleventh, Wayne, Stanton, Madison
and Pierce W. W. Young, rep., Stan
Twelfth, Platte and Colfax Joseph
L. Paschal, fus., Columbus, editor.
Thirteenth, Holt, Oarflehl, Wheeler,
and Uoyd Frank Cutnpbcll, fus..
Fourteenth, Brown, Keya Paha,
Cherry, Sheridan, Dawes, Box Hutte
and Sioux U. It. Van Bosk Irk, rop
Fifteenth, Custer, Valluy, Loup mul
Blalne-K. M. Cttrrle, rep., Sargent,
, i1lxtV7lth' J,,,iTttlo d Sherman
J. h. Miller, fits., .Majors, farmer.
Seventeenth, Hall andlloward J. A.
Woostlnholm, fus., (jrftn,i iiun(
Eighteenth, Polk, Merrick and
nuncu manes lwrumbaeh, fus., Shel
Nineteenth, Ilutler and Soward
II. II. Cummins, Seward, fus., physi
Tivimttufli r ..... ,..,,
vv 111 ' r , """"3l:' iwcnaru
O.Nelll, rep.. Lincoln, jeweler; John J.
Majorltj T"J'npen, Hickman, rep., farmer.
' Twenty-flVst, (Juge-W. H. Edgar,
icj., it-ui.rii:c, euiior.
Twenty.-second, Saline Hugh Mc
Oarger, rep., Crete, Implement dealer.
rwenty'thlrd, Jefferson and Thayer
C. F Steele, rep., Fairbttrv, mer-
MB. V. tttflan. r?B..
lenfy Reutlng, 3ar6nvllle. ius.
Tttanr t-ui vK X7..-.-rtY.
franklln-O. R. Pitney, Iuavale. f ua. "
1 wcrtty.seventh Adams J. N.
electors are. elf oted, but by a very , Lynn, Hastings, physician, fus
small margin. Yesterday evening the
fusloulhtu claimed the legislature on
Joint ballot, and the election of Poyn
ter by l.ooo and thu claim was not dls
At midnight the republican state
ceutral committee claimed that both
branohes of the legislature would he
in the control of the regnblicans. The
senators, eleetod numbered eighteen
and the members of the house fifty.
two. with about 11 ilnrpn lonlu t ,)... 1,1
. -' H, .,,.,, vn ... V.VUUI
that would be reahonably sure to swell!
me majority to a good working figure.
Tho claims of the committee were
put to the test of a comparison of the
returns received from Independent
sources and It appeared that tho esti
mates were conservative and safe.
The majorities are small in 11 number
of cases and the olllelal count may
make several changes, but thu republi
can margin is large enough to warrant
the bellof that it will not bu wiped out
by the revised figures. On tho other
hand .there is reason to believe that It
will be considerably Increased.
XitniM of tliu Muiuboi of Iluth LecliU
The following is a list of the mem
bcrs of the next senate and house ol
representatives. There may bo some,
change by the olllelal count.
First district, Richardson and Paw
nee counties Frank R. Slartin, rep.,
Falls City, laycr.
Second, Nemaha and Johnson coun
ties Peter Uutlut, rop., llrock, stock
man Third, Otoe J. H. Arends, rep., Sy.
Fourth, Cass W. II. Newell, rop.,
Plattsmouth, stone merchant.
Fifth, Saunders and Sarpy Dr. Mer
edith, Ashland, fits., physician,
.tllxth, Doiurlas Upward U. Uald-
1 WPlitv-eiirht K'.MHTi..,. di,i 1
Harlan-iinaVeldpil. " " ""U
doesn't come by accident. A
fertile soil and careful cttltivn.
tion are ncceviry to produce
the towering stems
Yet the farmer who under
stands tli.it he can't have a
healthy corn crop without
leeditiK nud weeding, steems
to think that he can have a
healthy body without cither
enre or culture. But the body
is built up Just as the com Is,
by the assimilation of the
several chemical elements on
which vitality depends. Aud
what weeds arc to the com,
dlHcascs of the stomach nml
nutritive systems are to the
body ; they divert the neces
sary food supply from the
proper channels, and the
body becomes lean, sickly
The proper digestion and
assimilation of food is a pri.
tnary essential of health, lly
healing diseases of the stom.
ach and organs of digestion .-mil
nutrition, Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery increases:
the digestive and assimitntive
powers, stimulates the action
of the blood making glands,
and sends to every organ of the
body the rich red-corpuscled
blood on which physical vigor
and vitality depend.
"I took two bottles of IVtor
I'lercc'ii Golden Medical Discov
ery, for stomach trouble," writes
Clarence Canies, ISq . of Taylor,
town, Loudoun Co., Va. It did
me o much (mod that I didn't
take any more I can eat most
anything now. I am o welt
Hitchcock, Diihdy, Gosper, Frontier,
Chase, Ilnycs E. N. Allen, Arapahoe,
Ttyrth-'th Dawson, Lincoln, Logan,
Keith, Cheyenne, Thomas, Grant, Mo
Phcrson. Deuel. Scotts Hluff, Uannor,
Kimball and Perkins E. D. Owens,
Cowid, lawyer, rep.
Total Republican, ID; fusion 12;
House of HepresenUtlves.
First district, Richardson countv
J. It. Cain, republican, Stella, banker;
John Llohty, fusion, Falls City, Insur
ance agent; August Fellers, fusion.
t.n1la Pt t t W.na.r.1. . m.
Second, Pawnee Ferdinand Wenzel,
republican; Tate, farmer; Andrew
Scott, Pawnee City, stockman.
Third, Nemaha J. W. Armstrong,
republican, Auburn, merchant; Fred
(1. Hawxby, fusion, Nemaha, collector.
Fourth, Johnson U. O. Cressy, re
publican, Crnb Orchard, lumber dealer.
Fifth Nemaha and Jnhnimn r. 11
,Ilccthe, rep., Tecumaeh, farmer and
Sixth, Otoe Charles II. Martfeal,
Seventh, Cass M. L. Frederick, rep.,
Cedar Creek, farmer; It. S. Wilkinson,
rep., Kagle, lumberman.
Eighth, Cass and Otoe David Urona,
rep., Nebraska City, roal estate dealer.
Ninth, Sarpy Clans (Irdl, fus.,
Tenth, Douglas Six republicans and
Eleventh. Washington Henry Roh
wer, rep., Calhoun, farmer.
Twelfth, Hurt W. (I. Sears, rep.,
Thirteenth, lurt and Washington
icjvepii iiru, rep.. 'jeltumaii, farmer.
Fourteenth, Hodge Daniel Swanson,
rep., Fremont, accountant; (iedrge L.
LiHimlh, fits'., Fremont, lawyer.
Fifteenth, Cuming Henry Shin
htoi', fits.. West Point, stockman.
Sixteenth. Cuming, Dakota, and
Tljiirston M.W. Murray, fus., Pender,
editor. - "' . 1
Seventeenth. Wayne and Stanton
Louis Smlthbcrger, rep., Stanton, far
mer. Eighteenth, Dixon, J. J. McCarthy,
ret).. I'oiiea, lawyer. ,
Nineteenth, Cedar and Pierce A. J.
Watson, fus., Coleridge, editor. ,
Twi'ntlbth. Knox anil llnvd-Vnt A.
Twenty-first, Antelope Not decided.
Tweiity-aecond, Hoone Frank Jou
venut, rep., banker, Petersburg.
Twenty-Third. Madison Peter Zim
me.rman, fus., Uuttle Creek.
Twenty-fourth, Platte D. A. Beeoh
er, fus., Humphrey, farmer.
Twenty-fifth, Platte and Nance J.
W. Tanner, fus., Fullerton. editor.
Twenty-blxth, Colfax John C. Spre
cher, fus., Cedar Muffs, farmer.
Twenty-eigth, Ilutler D. W. Ham
ilton, fus., miller, farmer; John Kav-
I1PV. fllS.. LlnWOOd. fltrmnp.utnntrman
Twenty-ninth. Sewr.rd W. H. Heck
ley, rep., Dorchester, farmer; Ceorge'
. Fuller, fits., Seward, farmer. I
Thirtieth, Lancaster Five repub-1
Means A. W. Lane, C. It. Tefft, J. If. I
.iiocuett, jr., K. J. Shellhorn, Charles
Thlrty-llrst. Saline-E. W. Mlskell,
republican, Wllbcr. merchant, A. II.
Shmerda, fusion, Wilber.
Thlrty-bccond. Cage Three republi
cans, Thomas E. Hibbert, Adams,
furmer; Henry Stelnmeyer, Clatonla;
R, W. Lallin. Wymore.
Thirty-third. (iage and Saline A.
D. Spencer, republican, llameston,
Thirty-fourth, Jefferson J. E. Men
(leiilin.ll. republican, Falrbury.
Thlrty-df th, Thayer Robert Tweed,
republican, Davenport, merchant.
Thirty-sixth, Thayer and' Jefferson
Conrad Meaner, republican, Hebron,
Thirty-seventh, Fillmore G. A.
Fowler, republican, Ohlowa, lawyer.
Thirty-eighth, York A. L.-SandaH,
republican, York, farmer, Herman
Dlers. fusion, Greshatn. merchant.
Thirty-ninth, Polk -Undecided.
Fortieth, Merrick Dr. Gownc, rep.,
Forty-Hrt. Hamilton A. J. Whit-
more, rep., Aurora, contractor and
builder. J. II. Edmondbon, fus., Au
rora. Fortvsecond, Clay M. Hroderlck,
rei).. Iuilrllehl. fiirniKi" p ir nnnii
fits., Fairtlelil. ' '
Forty-third, Nuckolls .lames Boyd,
Forty-fourth Webster undecided.
Forty-fifth Adams Herman A. Red
man, Kenesaw, merchant, fus.
Forty-sixth Webster and Adams
W. II. Householder, Maden, fus.
Fori v-se ven th Hull iln ir,,,nni..
rey.. Doniphan, reg., Wm. Thomessen, I
mini, lurmer, ins.
Forty-eighth JlowardC. W. Hun
ter. St. Paul, farmer, fus.
Forty-ninth-Gurfleld, Greeley, Wheel
er, Maine, Loup. Thomac, Hooker,
Flfltieth Holt One rep., one fus.
Fifty-first, Hrown and Rock F. O.
Gnlogly, rep., Johnstown, stockman.
Fifty-second, Cherry and Keya Paha
W. H. Horton, rep., Sprlngvlew.
FiftV-tllird. DawpR. Shlrl,lnn filriMv
Box Hutte Allen G. Fisher, rep., law-1
Saturday Special Sale !
xjow jrnces ine ja-utracuive lviagnet.
In spite of the extremely warm October weather we had a month of good business.
People are realizing more and more our ability to place on sale goods at prices that can
not be undersold. In Jackets, Capes, Etc., we have probably sold more garments than
all the other stores combined. Underwear sales have been very satisfactory; some lines
we have closed entirely out and have reordered. Our big line of silk, satin and flannel
waists are almost closed out, about three dozen left. Many other lines badly broken.
Saturday we make a tremendous effort to close these lines out entirely. A record break
ing day. Lowest prices in-every department.
Men's wool (Word C5c pants or shirts
mens 11 eceu, ouo usnts or shirts
Mn'.s Silk linisii 91.50 pants or shirts
Women's lleecu lititd P and V
Women' 50c lleeci- lined P and V
V men' union stills.
Children's union suits
Satin, Silk and Flannel Waists.
$5 50 satin waist', perfect fitting
5 00 satin waists, perfect tilting
4 25 satin waists, perfect lilting
3 50 extra French llannel waists
3 00 extra French llannel waists.
A lai-ffc nssortinentof mereeriKod luster cloth petti
coats, rtiillti or Hccordt'oii pleated llmincr $2 25 to $3 50.
S.utccii petticoat!), ploulod llotince, $1 00 to $1 50
Ladies Wniklng skirts, made of extra good quality
doable faced golf cloth 0 inches heavily tailor stitched
at bottom, Saturday sale price 94 75.
Wo nieslnwing 11 complete assort
ment of Indies' house wrapper. All
the pretty colors in percales and 11 in
nelettes, full leneth, nicely trimmed,
deservedly popular, 81 00 to 81 75.
New Fierola Cloths,
Nw Mack Goods,
New Wool Novltv Plaids,
Now Cott m plaids, 15u to 25e.
Special sale on Fancy figured Mack
goods 15, 25, 85 and 50o.
During this sale wn offer
dies linings free with ev
ery dress pattern at 50c.
per yard or better. A won
derful offer if you stop to
0 yards Cambric.
S yards Duck.
2 yards Waist Lining.
Jackets and Capes.
Our great selling of Jackets, Capes
ruts, Etc, surpasses the combined
sales ol all tho other stores in town, a
wonderful showing wo attribute en
tirely to the fact that wo aro tho only
nierelmnLs in town with an entirely
now lino of garments. Customers
know they take no clmnco of getting
an out of dato Jacket. Our pricos
compete with any out of date garment
shown of similar quality.
Our $10 Jackets.
The wonder of nil whe have seen
them. Latest short Jacket, Reefer
collar, bell cuffs, applique trim, guar
anteed two year Skinner satin linings.
Can you got around it. Six popular
before you see us.
We won't quote prices here
but wo have some extra
bargains for you.
A complete assoitment ef Children's
coats in Kersey and Hough Cheviots.
Might attractive colors. Fancy braid
Trimmed. $100 and up.
Saturday Bargains in Footwear.
MKN'S SHOKS I LADIES SHOES.
Look over our line of men's shoes
every number a bitter wearer titan
you can buy.
Seamless shoes 92.00; Full stock
calf 82 25; Extra heavy kid $2 00.
Bargains all the way through our big
BOOKS 9l.-iO to 91 ou
ijimnin can, ihco or uuiion 91 no
Ladies neat kid laco 1 25
Ladies kangaroo calf 1 75
Ladies boxcalf " 2 00
Ladies extra quality shoes. . 2 00
linn of ehililrn'.i ihnm Mlion.
Children's, sizes li to 11. 00c to $1.25 and many
We are showing a complete assort
ment of the newest ideas iti Capes,
Collarettes, Scarfs, and Muffs. Our
prices meet tho approval of all.
Weather is changing. Sure to be
cold tho next two weeks. Come to us
for a duck coat, blankot lined, sheet
rubber between duck and lining, for
only $1 50.
Our big assortment of outing flannels in light
and dark shades at 0, 0, 0, 10, 12J. and 15c, is win
ning new trnde every day.
Blankets, Home Made Comforters.
In spite of the weather we have had big sales in these
lines. Our prices lower with heavier weight and better
woven goods. Comforters are mado by our heme church
Nebraska Mercantile Co.
THE PEOPLE'S POPULAR BARGAIN STORE.
1 'TJnri "iff
IEM1HY OU ME
The niajority of persons upon reaching middle age and past
find their blood becomes weak and thin, and diseases that were
easily controlled in earlier life becin to affect the constitution.
in ,fci PedisI?oscd to Scrofula Cancer, Rheumatism, Gout and other hereditary troubles may escape
till then, but as they age the blood, so long tainted and weakened by accumulated waste mattere is no
longer able to properly nourish the body and it becomes an easy marfor disea . At&S cri 't cafteriod
of life the blood must be re-enforced before it can perform its-legitimate functions and rid the ystemtf
tliese poisons, and nothing so surely and effectually does this as S7S. S sysicm 01
S. S. S. strengthens and enriches the blood, improves the appetite, and builds up the ceneral constitu.
t on. It is not only the best blooil purifier, but the Wst tonic forold people. It warms thellSd tones up
the nerves, removes all taint from the blood, nnd prevents the development of disease P
S. b. S. is the only purely vegetable blood medicine known. Not one particle of 'mercury potash or
other mineral poison can be found n it. nnd it mav te tnlon for anv i.i. if .: J. ...t.i ... X.1' Pol"n or
., Sl S- S-is .tlle 0,lly ndy that reaches deep-seated blood troubles like Scrofula Cancer nhnimiu
tism, Eczema, Tetter, etc. It purifies amf restores the blood to a healthy, normal condition an& iSpo2lw2far
any poisonous waste materials to accumulate. . i iwpussiuic tor
if ITllI llflVf fltl fllll ttttttltttr CS-4k ff nn n1c4lMa Un.il.fll f.. ...... Ll t ...
,-.... w... .u.......hnw.wU. .,iUUu.w.-uVU mm iciuscb 10 ueiu, or arc irouoieu witll boils and carbuncles trv5 ? fl
It never fails to make a quick and permanent cure of these nests. If vor mi.n. U j - " . . "T "" ." -arounciea,jry&. b. S.
the need of a tonic, S. S. S. will strengthen and help you as it has many others to a Iionnv. heattliv 1,1 .
... . . . ' 6
mr. u. k. jonnwn, 01 BUckthesr, r,anwi tor yari afllicted
with a severe type of rheumatlira, and hail uied Jvery remedy
known and rrcomnrnrinl o- . ..r. i.i . ". ',Li A "yJ
I S. 8. S. cured Mr. H. norden of Raumsville, Va., of a cane of
in the aurroundine country had failed. Thia waa aeven years
-- ... .y-uuimciiucu n cure wunout receiving anv
benefit. 8. S. 8. promptly reached the aeat of th- iiu... .US
made a complete and permanent cure.
.1. ... .uiiuuiiuiu), kuumiy iiuu iwiiru. I 111 1VUH
ago, and there has tieen no return of the disease.
Mawu. wutuuivi BBBiva LPriiiiaiiriii i-iira-
Fifty-fourth, Lincoln, Perklus.Scottb . If yu nre in doubt about your disease, and will send us a statement of your case, our nhvsician will
ItlufT. Kimball. Chevennn.Kieth nimi I Ktve you any information or advice wanted, for which we make no rtiArcr. 1 ""
McIMierhon, llanner John K. Kvans, Bok on Blood and Skin Diseases sent to any desiring U. Address Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta Ga
ivn.. North Plnlt.v miv n1..lr ' '
X. 9. S. iS THE IDEAL TONIC AND BLOOD PURIFIER FOR
rep., North Platte, county clerk
Fifty-tlftli, Valley J. A. Ollis,
ins., urn, farmer.
Fifty-sixth, Custer and Logan W.
I. Taylor, fus., Merna; J. I). Roam,
fus., Itrokon Mow.
Fifty-seventh, Sherman John Van
dertrrlft. fus.. Austin, farmer.
i.i... ..1. -,..,. ..r.j, 1 . , ... .
r iii.v-f.iuiii, iiiuiHio r.iiwaru liar- 01 names,
rls. rep., Amherst, farmer; William) Next door, on Bearer street, was the
Jordan, fus . Odessa, farmer. I Press-Knlckerbocker Extm.s. tb ol.U
urtynlntli, Daw son Ferdinand .t psi,.i,iiri,,i nnnor In u.u hm
V .....! T......rr. n:....tt....-rr ,.r- rr-". -
I on the blase the Immense building,
j running through a block, was a mass
Zinmii'rcr. fin... I,ivlmrlii
Sixtieth Kearney Fuslonlst
Si.uyllrst Franklin Charles (llah
wlller, Wilcox, farmer, fus.
Sixty-second Harlan K. Lowe, rep.
oixiy-uurii nicips u. u.uison.rep.
hixty.-fourth Furnas C. IN. Hrown, ' valuu was baved
the state. So raniillv did thn Hnmin
spread that thu employes in tho build
lug preparing to set up the election re
turns for thu moruinir paper, had to
run for their lives. Not auvthlne of
pleased with It I hardly know how ,.1,1,,,
f tlmuk you for your kind Itifor- sll'11a'
inntlou, I trlrd a whole lot of Sixty
Mxty-llfth, Ked Willow Dr. Hath
ron. rep.. Hartley, physician.
Sixty Mxtli, Frontier and Oosner
Dr. J. K. Andrews, reo.. Kustln. rihv.
W. B. ROBY,
Flour, Peed, Oats Corn,
Bated Hay and Coat Oil
tliinn lnrfure I wrote
There wm n Reutlemnu
fllktlll VAtir m.1ll I...... I. 1.-.1
cured U wire. I thought I would
try n bottle of It Am now plad
tint I did for f don't know what
I would have done if It had not
been for Pr Hcrcc'a Goldeu Sled
leal l)l9-cry "
Dr. riercc'a Pleasant Pellets
re(ul.ite the bowels and cure
II V cuuccntratlnc tho efforts of the
entire department tho ilames were con-
I fined to the two big buildings. Tho
otllce of tho Argus is in tho samo block
id the Timcs-UnioB. unother iiiuvh-
t . j
paper across the narrow street, ad it
I was at first thought that both would '
I The Prcbs-Knickurbozker Express at
( oueo started to find means to Issue Its
pupur huh every ainuuy paper lent as
rri-a-Kulukirliocker slstunce. The loss to the Pres-Kniclr.
Kipront Totally Disirnyed. ' erbocker Kxpress is 500,000. The other'
Fire started at 0:30 In the candy fao- loss will average 875,000, with iusur- j
lory ojr Krelscher A .Co.,jit Albany, N. ance of about 835,000. -
HA.RO - AIV:D SOITO - COAL.
M'ViMltll. Hlteheoek. Diindv.
II l .. .... J1
iiayes, vuase rnueoiileil.
Total--Ueimblleans 50, fusionists 33,
ALBANY HAS BlfJFIRE.
Cunily riietnr) mul
No. 1 Third Avenue, Red Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51. G
The Chief, $1 per year,
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