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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1901)
THE ills of women overshadow their whole lives.
Some women arc constantly getting medical treat
ment and ore never well. ' A woman best understands
women's ills, and the women who consult Mrs. Pinkham find
in her counsel practical assistance.
Mrs. Pinkham's address is Lynn,
Mns. Mabel Good, Correctionville,
la., tells how Mrs. Pinkham saved
her life. She says:
" I cannot thank you enough for
what your medicine has done forme.
I can recommend it as one of the best
medicines on earth for all women's
ills. I suffered for two years with female weakness and at
last became bedfast. Three of our best doctors did mo no
good so I concluded to try Lydia 12. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound. After taking a few bottles of your medicine, I was
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evening and recommended Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, saying that she knew that it would cure me. I then
tent for your medicine and after taking five bottles of it, I was
entirely cured. I cannot praise it enough."
PUUMSHKU KVKUY FUIDAY
Bnleredat tho post ofllceai Hod Cloud, Null. at
eoud class mall mutter.
Local adverilaliiR 5 rents cr lino per lasuo.
Local AdvortUIiiR for ciitcrtalnmuutH, con
tcHa, socials, etc., given by chtirclici, charitable
toclctlcs, otc. where nil nioueyn mined there
from are uacd wholly for church or charitable
locletles, flnt ten Illicit frco and all ovtir ten
tines an cent per line per Issue.
Local adrertlalDK of cntertAlnmcnti, concerts,
rccltala, etc., where per cent la given to pro
motcra, 6 ccnta per line per laaue.
One column per month............. 17 Ui
One half column per month 8 60
One-fourth column per month I T5
General display advertising I HW cents per
Let ua stive you a pointer. It is nrw.
G vcrnor PnltrJt;b. r . '
'Pat Crow has boeu the ciuiio of
Oruaha leceivlDK another hrsje batch
of free ndvertlsiiiK.
According to tho luteal tuivicoa from
Count WuUlersuo, comm:uulur in cltitf
of tho iillit'd lUinli'H in CliiiiH, punru i
in sight ut lust.
Tho stnlo of Nebraska is now under
it new set of republican ofllrers. It is
to bo hoped that they will conduct
matters in such a ninnnur that tio
Htignm wilt Again full ou the riiubli
can parly in tins atnto.
Mr. Stucffur, tho uow state treusturr
fileii his bond with Governor Poynter
Wednesday. It U given by tho same
guartnteo cotupitny tliut Higned Mr.
Meservo'a bond. The bond is for one
million unit a half and will cost the
stato treasurer $3,000 per year.
On Jmttaty 1st tho legal tinht of
'h'inters t j shoot qi.uil in Nebrusku was
"withdrawn. . Hob Wliilo will ho pin
tected by law ulltll the lht of next
November. Putties who ate in the
habit of (.hooting quail and palming
thtiiu ill m j u'k snipes should be given
the full penult) .
The inauguration of tho now state
ollieerd weio attendod with impicsatvo
cer imonios at tho stato eupitul yeste
day. including the reading of the tncs
sagos of the incoming and outgoing
governors. After the people had lis
tened to thoso state papers, thoy were
regaled in tho evening by social tunc
ti ins that for brilliuuey have m vet bo
foto been excelled in thu capital city.
A public reception at thu statu house,
followed by a ball at tho auditorium
woro attended by thousantW of people,
tuany of whom camo from distant
parts of tho stato
Tho iuat broke all records Wed.
ncMUy by war of introduoing bills on
tlie.second day of the sessiou. Amoug
the bills were four providing penalties
for kidnapping. The most stringent
blllof this kind, aeuate Ule No. 23, pro
vides penalties for throe grades of
crime. Plain kidnapping is made pun
ishabU by a terra of sevea years in the
penitentiary. Kidnapping for the pur
pose of extorting money ia punishable
by a lifo sentenco and kidnapping and
threatening injury to tho person or
reputation is punishable by death.
Tho evldonso of a tie-up between
K'tSMW.ttur and Thompson in the sena
torial raco has added spice to tho bat
tle, Jbtuah talk was indulged in In re
gard to the complexion of tho commit
tees of privilege! and electiona ap
pointed by both uouaes. As it ia the
able to do all tny house
work. I know that your
medicine raised me from
a bed of sickness and
perhaps death, and am
very thankful for what it
has done for me. I hope
that every suffering
woman may be per
suaded to try your medicine."
Get Mrs. Pinkham's ndvico
as soon as you begin to be
puzzled. The sick headaches
and dragging sensation come
from a curable cause. Write
for help as soon as they ap.
Mrs. Dole Stanley,
I writes: " Dear Mrs.
Pinkham I was troubled
with sick headache and
was so weak and nervous,
1 1 could hardly go. A
friend called upon me one
duty of these committees toioporton
thu contest for Bents In tho legislattuo
their mako up is watched closely by
all senatorial candidates. Tho commit
tecs ate icported as fa voluble to Rose
water's candidacy. One reason for the
vigilance is the fnct that Kosowater
has instituted four contest.',, and if his
men nre seated he will have that many
additional votes pledged to him.
Thoin who are predlbting it long sen
atorial tight in I. nice In don't know any
moro about the mailer than those who
keep out of the predicting business.
WhiUitis Hue that tho case is quite
complicated and thu chances for a tie
up are good, it would be no surprise
to sou one of tho new senators elected
with dispatch. Uecauso thcio was a
long hard struggle two years ago is no
reason why there should ,b another
this winter. Tho most proper thing
for tho republicans to do would be
to settle the sonatoiial con tio vers v nt
onet iu catuits, and got down to busi
ness. The selection of seuutois is only
a small part of tho business that will
come before the present legislature.
Another attempt will bo made by the
legislature to icviso tho io venue law
but tho prospects for success are not
flattering. The lua two Missions wres-
tied with the pioblem in vnin. One
bad feature of the present Inw which
ought to be remedied Is that iu tho
ligutes bunt out trom this state, and
used in quotations and compilations
t e world over, represent only ouo-tifth
the actu.tl values. The law now on thu
books provide for an assessment at
in. i mil eah values, but lint absence of
a penalty has allownl the uudervaiuu
lluti in become gem ml. To hrnd out
ihe real li iiies would bu a good adver
tisement for thu state, and wnmd mean
uoineieasuiu tuxes. It must make
eastern peoplo smile lo lead of the HO
cent hogs, thu $!) cuttle nnd the $0
horses in thu gnat stato of Nebraska.
Hut under our pu-sent system ihut is
the way the limucs look.
Thinks the nife, lo have Hie ueildinr; nun
slip from the finger 'Somatlung i tJoinn
to happen "
Something is happening. That ring
could hardly be pulled from the fingei
when it was put there a few years ago.
Now it slips off by its own s eight How
thin the lingers hac grown I And the
ringers don't grow thin alone. How thin
the face is and how thin the once plump
form AlmoM unconsciously the wife
ha been fading and wasting away The
atrength givento children ha never been
regained Drains which should have been
topped have bten neglected
That is a common experience with
women, unless aorar friend has ahaied
with them the aecrel of the tlrenglheniBg;
and healing power of Ur Pierce 'a Favorite
Prescription. It regulates the periods,
dries toe drains which undermine the
ftiength. heala inflammation and ulcera
tion, and cures female weakness It make
the baby's advent practically painless and
gives vigor and vitality to mining mother.
"Words cannot lell how graurul I am for
your kind tiMcc ant good mnllclnca." wrlln
Mra John CooVt, of Mailing. Northumberland
Co, Ontario have brcu in oor health for
four veara hack and thla aprlng got so bad I
could not do mv work I weut to Ihe doctor and
he sid 1 hart nlccrarton and falling of Ihe
internal organ, hut thought I would try jour
Favorite i'rccrittoti i took five bottlea and
three or the 'Oolden Medical DUcovery' and
oue vial of Ur 1'lercc'a I'clltta, and I can uftly
my that I never fell letter In my life.1
A Ladles' Laxative Dr Pierce' Plea,
aut Pellet. One single, small pallet ia a
Cold wave and snow Sunday.
(tinndpa and grandma Saderlin mid
Mr and Mrs. James Konglo wero the
guests of Andrew Saderlin New Ycnr'a
Chas. Isom will depart for tho gold
mines in tho nour future.
Mr. Wildoy was a caller on Win.
Vand vku Monday of till week nnd ie-pill-tin'
uatln-iiiig of the Ki lends ui
Hostwick Chi 1st ma", as being hugely
DM . S minion has bought what is
known us the Joiin (i ilbieih lunch on
Penny cuek ncui the stale lino for
Hichaid KengluJr. will letuin to the
minei in tho near future uheio lie has
nu iuleiest in miiiiu licli mining claim".
News has been teceived that L'lfc
(ialbrcth is sick with small pox at
Krlends leeelvrd the news tint 11 m j
Vandyke's son of Oklahoma, got one of
his libs brukuu by fulling from a scaf
fold while wot king at his trade.
Carl lltidd is on tho sick list and hits
been for souio time. Somo of the
neighbors made a wood chopping bee
for him and cut a lino lot of wood,
enough to last for somo time.
Mr. and Mrs. laukson wore tho
guests of Wesley Throckmorton New
The school board of district No 8 hns
engaged Miss Hedge of Rod Cloud to
teach a 8 months term of school com
mccclng January 1st.
W.J. Haskins bought ISO bushels of
corn of his f.tther for S3 cents per bit.
There is three cases of small pox re
ported in thu Sibert family.
TulT Sutton has moved to southeast
Kansss to winter.
Pleasant Dale school hnd a two weeks
Eli Sorgonson and family from Neb
raska City, who have hi en visiting
lieio among rulntivus, departed for
their homo Tuesday.
Con Wilson of Otto was visiting at
Wm. Uiabilis' lust week.
J. H. Wisccarver is hauling sand for
thu purpose of building a now frame
J. C. Brooks and family spout Mon
day evening visiting at Sum Sorron
son's watching the old year out.
Mr. Copeland wUl sAartin a few days
for hUvoUl'homo in Indiana, on a visit
and also to attend thu golden wedding
of 1 is father and mother which will
take place on the lGth of January.
Paul Bretthaucr and family ft out
Kansas spent tho holidays here visit
ing umong frlujds and relatives.
Mrs. Duval who has beon sick with
pneumonia is gaining health again.
Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Michaels on
the 22 of December, u bouncing baby
boy. Cigais, llariy?
Mis Oiifllih and daughter Miss
Myrn nf Red Cloud, was visiting Mrs.
Win. Ci'nhill Friday of last week
Frank Puvilcek departed tho first of
the week fir Grand Island wheto ho
g-.es to attend business college
The first mm uing of the 201 h ccn tiry
dawiibd blight and clear yet lather
cold and fiosty.
Jasper and Kugenu Smith and Jessie
WiiR'Uier have leturued lo I heir school
worn after having spent the holidays
Tho small pox patients aio rapidly
Mr (Jen. lltuiisliiu is quite seiiously
ill, jet his fiieiids hope t lint he is on
A laigu pitrly of ftleniU gutheieil at
tho homo of b'tank Aiiiack on Jan. 1st,
11)01, and made tin kojs suffer, and tho
othor dainties weio stowed away iu
News ciiculaio very slowly in Gar-
tiuld just at present, tho peoplo being
afraid of running ngHiust the quaran
tine. Tho weddiug hells rang in Cat Held
the 23 ultaiid Miss Angle Smith will bo
wiou tio mom fur sho has takcu vows
to b3 "Wright" the test of her lifo.
The small pox has so ftlglitcned the
ministerial brethren that tlieio has
beon no fcrvlcos at either church for
The following is the dates for the
terms of district court iu each of tho
countiei of the tenth judicial district
of Nebraska for thu year 1U01:
Adams county: March 11, jury;
dunes, equity, October 28, jury.
Fr iklin county: February 25, jun ;
May 23, equity; October 14, jury.
tinrlan county: ebrury U, jury;
May 20, equity; September 30, jtiry.
Kearney comity: Aptil l.jurj; June
10, equity; November 18, jury.
Phelps county: April 21), jpry; Juno
24, equity; December 0, jury.
Webster county: April 15, jurv;
Juue 17, equity; December 2, jury.
Bean for Sale.
1 havo a lew choice thoroughbred
Poland China boars for sale cheap,
. L. Fawcetl, Cuwles, Nebraska.
Thu village of luavalo and vicinity
was shocked Inst Wednesday to hear of
tho death of Mrs. Julia A. Wolcott who
had only been sick a faw days. Thu
f iim-i ul occulted at the M. K. chinch
in Inavalo tho following Friday audi
was largely attended by friends nnd
acquaintances who followed her to her
last testing place in thecematery at tho
Pleasant Ridge school house
Mis, Wnlcoit (funnel lv Julia A.
"steal n) wn hot u at Hiti lingtou, Vi r
tiiiiiit, Julj III), 1815 ami wiii inairi" d to
Sidney K. Wuleotl N v. 27 1800 lo
this union Ivvu ohildieti wiu hum, a
boy nnd a gill, ihe girl only iviugit
fev houi'h Mrs. W den t heciiuu it
member of the M. K. chinch in tho
winter of 1873 and has been it consist
cut christian woman ever since. A
haul worker in the church and Sunday
school ami other chiistian organiza
tions, ever rendy lo lend a helpiug
hand to tho weaker one, a good kind
neighbor and it ftieud to all who knew
her. Together with her family sho
moved to'Aeklcy, Iowa iu 1881 and in
1880 eamu to Webster county whom
she hnssinco lived.
A loving husband and son nre left nt
Innvnle to mourn her dopailuro while
her nged mother nnd one sister aro still
alive nt the old home. Ruv. Blackwell
of Ayr, and Rev. Rippntoe nt Cowlcr,
both former pastors, conducted the
f unci al services. The immediate cause
of her death was pneumonia but she
had long been a suffer fiotu asthma.
Card f Thanks.
We wish to tender to nil our frionda
who assbtrd us in our late bereave
ment, our most sincere and heartfelt
thanks Sidney R Wolcott.
Arthur E. Wolcott.
Cora A. Wolcott.
There will bo regular service held at
the Christian church each Lords day
nt the usual hours H. S. Soudkk,
IN THE WINTER.
(Button's Piaster It Pain's Mitttr.)
For coughs and colds Benson's Porous
Piaster sra an incomparably bettor rem
ody than any othor external or internal.
Their medicinal properties enter the akin
anil go ttraight to the seat of the diucue.
Thoy relieve and euro a "seated" cold
without disturbing tho system or upsetting
the atomach. Cough mixtures often nau
seate. Benton's Piaster aro medicinal in
the highest degree, and quickest to act.
Placed on the chost or back or on both
at one In serious canca, the good effect ia
felt immediately. Tho congestion ylelda, the
cough abates and tho breathing improvea.
Lung or bronchial affections or kidney
dUeaso, aro cured with tha laaat poaaiblo
Buffering nnd loaa of tims.
Btiuaoa'a Plasters aro immeasurably su
perior to Bolladonua, Strengthening, Cap.
sicum or any other combination in platter
form. They are also preferable to oint
ments, liniments and salve.
Benson's Plasters have received fifty-fif
higheit awards over all competitors; and
mora than 5,000 physicians nnd druggists
havo declared them to bo ono of the few
trustworthy household reraodios. For salo
by all druggists, or wo will prepay postago
on any number ordered in tho United
States on receipt of 25c. each.
Be sure you get tho genuine. Accept no
imitation or substitute.
Seabury &. Johnson, Mlg. Chemists, N.Y.
KBl'OItT OP TUB CONDITION
STATE BANK OF RED CLOUD,
Incorporated In the State of Nebraska, at the
close of business Dec. 13ih, iwx)
LoanH ami Discounts 08,CA9 V
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured .... 1 b'M 89
Ciirientt'xi'eii'CH mm taxes paid .... 1,369 f3
Due from NhIIomiU Male and
Private bunks lUTOl.Sti
Cnsli IIIIIh of other hankn 2,403 UU
Pnictloiitil currency, ulcUot
ami cents - 31 2.1
Hpeclu 3.441 00
Lueal Tender l.MXJ (JO
Total cah on hand - .-
. 10.(10 1)1)
. 5.7.V) 03
Capital Mock ull in
lndlxldiial (kpolt Mibjtct
to check ....
Demand Lcrllllcntca of tie
lolt 'I line certlllciiles of deposit.
u. Hi i is
. ..llll,3i0 48
hTATKIIf NtlinAKA, I H.
Count) of Wftiste
1. V. T. Anld. caidiler of thu
aboe iiamiil hank, do Nulemnly awcartliat the
Above atAtetiieul Ih correct und a true com- of tho
report made lo the State Hanking Uoard,
attiiit:1 W. T.Auld, i ashler.
W. T. Aui-n. Director.
M. Kincii, Director.
Subscribed and aworn to before me Uila 38th
day of December, 1900.
It. Dili ahi Dinrnnn. Notary Public.
IlBl'OUT OK TIIK CONDITION
PEOPLE'S BANK of RED CLOUD
Incorporated In the Statu of Ncbraaka at the
cluio of bu'Slnths Diccmber 13th, 14.
I.oam and Discounts 57l,'UHO
Ovonlraf is. secured ami unaoenred ..
WnrruulKHiid Internal Kcvemie Stamps
l'liriilture and fixtures
( nrreut exptiues uud uxea xild ........
Checkk ami other CAh Items
Due from Nattoual and Statu
llauk. .73H 19
llillaof banka 3.081 00
Nickela and ceunu ,.. IV 43
LKAi leuotr aina ........ un uu
. ...1141,474 ti
Capital tock llh,00 03
Sut plua fund -... ...-.-. .- 1U.X0 00
Undivided profita ................ 3,185 WJ
Individual Depo.lts aubject
to Check JW3 905 79
Demand Cerllncatea of de-
poalt .......................-.. 18,564 67
Time Certltlcat.a of deposit 78 75-113,309 Jl
Total . .. lit,-7l 27
STATKor NaaniaKA, i ,
Couutv of Webatcr, f '
1. W. A. Sherwood, cashier of the
abotu imiiR'd bank, do noleinniy swear that the
aljoo statement la correct and a true copy of
me report maue to me aiaiu iieiiiiiib oom.
i attistI W. A. iitsawoon, Cashier,
j. I. minkh. inrcetor.
C. II. Mimrh, Director.
Subscribed and aworn to before me this 7th
day of Dacsmbar. tsuo.
' ( D. J. airsaa, Notary Public
It cle&nus the liver and bowels,
aids digestion, thus the system is regulated and the
body fortified to resist disease.
... A VALUABLE REMEDY
SOLD BY ALL
Price f i.oo
W. B. ROBY,
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn,
HARD - AND
No. i Third Avenue, Red
PLATT & FREES CO..
Chicago - Lumber - Vard,
TRADERS LrXMBESTfc CO,
fouilciiffi.fg material. Etc.
K OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" li H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN COLD TO EYERT STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
How ninny of you havo lost tho price or this Knulno In ono day on account of la
jufrclent wind to opvrutu your wind mills, leuvlnjr your stok wltSiSnt water. Got ono
now to do your pumping when tlioro Ih no wind or to do It ri-uli,r.' Woathor dooa not
l,ll!M!:t,',l, ,"' "ot or Yoifii w?1 or llr3r' lnd or CB,m' ,l ls aU iliofcamo to this machine.
Will Hlho sholl corn, i?rlml feel, saw wood, churn butter and Is liana for a hundrod other
Jobs In tho I1.111MI or on tho farm. Costs nuthlnic to keep whon hot wbrklnK, and onlp 1
to S cents per hour when worklnir. Shlppe.1 complotoly set up. ready to run. no fourida
rion ni-oftrd. n Kroitt lalmr and money savpr. Requires practically no attention, and hi
bso nte y ssfo. Wo mnko all iIzcm of Oasollno Knglnes, from lii to 7S horso lxiwor. Writ
tr clrmiliir and spuclnl prlcov '
FAIR3ANKS, WORSE Qt CO.. OmflHA. NEB.
I GhiGago InterOeean I
1 BOTH I
j (toe Year for $1.25 j
City Dray and
m, int. ROS6, PROP,
Goods Delivered to any part
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAUS EXPRESS CO.2 :
TELEPHONE NO. Z62.
strengthens the kidneys and
TO KEEP IN THE HOUSE ,
and Coal Oil.
- SOII - COAL.
Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51.
Coal and Cement.
of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
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