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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1901)
Every woman In the country
ought to know about
Those who do know nbout it
wonder how they ever got along
without it. It has robbed child
birth of its terrors for many a
younjj wife. It has preserved her
girlish figure and saved her much
suffering. It is an external lini
ment and carries with it therefore,
absolutely no danger of upsetting
the system as drugs taken Intern
ally are apt to do. It is to be
nibbed into the abdomen to soften
and strengthen the muscles which
arc to bear the strain. This means
much less pain. It also prevents
soralnjr sickness and all of the
the discomforts of pregnancy.
A druggist of Macon, Ga., says:
" I have sold a large quantity af
Mother's Prisnd and have never
kaown an instance where it has
failed to produce the good results
claimed for it."
A prominent lady of Lam-
berton. Ark., writes: " With my
first six children I was in labor
from 34 to 30 hours. After using
Mother's Friend, my seventh was
born in 4 hours."
Oet Mother's Friend at thi clrtif
lure, 1.00 iirr liotllx.
THE BRADTICLD REGULATOR CO.
Will (or otr frta llln.lr.lH M, "BirOlUt BABT
BEST FOR THE
If you liartn't n re mil at, lirnllhr mnrpnirnt of lb
bowrla c?cry day, u'i ill ur will ho. Ki-tp your
liowrla open, unit lo well. Kurrr.lii llin nlmppof Yin
lent ihrilR ur Jilll iKilnon, i ilaniftTOua. Tim itnouth
rit.i'Hilril. mut'Crfi--tny ol keeping I lie bowrla
clear iwd clean lulu tako
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
rii'timnt, I'a1nlnlili, I'oti'Mt. T.mtn flood, IMOnori,
Krvcr Hlckrn, Weaken, or Uilpo. Id, 21, nml Go ccnta
Iter box. Wrlto lor free. Minpfe, mitt hooklet on
iraltli. AiMri'M 3
bt n; i.i mi iiKKiiiT inni'Axr, (iiicii.i) or rir iniiK.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
INK M tkt li tnllir.
T ri IOC ( Qpit AM U Cut
naws rm mm mmm a .
Ono ncro of ground, good houso
and barn :uul other out-build-iiiRs.
Good diovo woll nml
good wntur. Shndn fruit nml
For pnrticulnrs Inquire of
Hod Cloub, Nebraska.
Pill the bottlsa with B IBEfl,
Drink Itnotf. KvsrytlaM-
rnl eontrlbataa to food
the blood, clsars
! CUM8 HtK All list JfAlLS. H
Bett Cough Bjmip. TaatM(iouJ. CufB
M In time. Bold br draggUt KL.
Webster County School Exhibit.
Uoport of Webster county hoIiooI
exhibit. Mrs. K. J. Ditckrr, Mrs AIL
mm Lot. son nml Mr. A B. I'opu, judges,
Lot I. Bxhiblt from nny country
school lht premium, Dist. No. 15,
(.lortrudo Coon, touchor. 'Jnd pro
inltini, Dist. No. ISO, Miuno Uoiile,
Lot II Host exhibit from nny vll
lngo school (0110 or two tonchorfl). lnt
proniitim, Cowlos, Mnry Pnrnqiihnr
and Flora Drown, tenchorH. 2nd pre
miiim, Illation, Iloso Thoruo and Lola
Lot III. Host exhibit from nny
grndod school in the county employ
ing more than two tenchorH.
Class 1. Entry work of school con
sidered. 1st premium, Hod Cloud.
2nd premium, Illuo Hill.
Class 3. Best exhibit from nny sin
glo room in grndod school. 1st pro
mium, Dluo Hill High school. 2nd
promium, Miss Lindloy's room, Red
Lot IV. Best collection of composi
tion work from nny school in the couu
ty. 1st premium, Miss Remsbsrg's
room Red Cloud. 2nd premium, Miss
Day's room. Red Cloud.
Lot V.- Free hand drawing.
Class 1. Illustrative. 1st premium,
Miss Lindler's room, Red Cloud. Snd
premium, Dist. No. 64, Miss Da Mar,
Class 2. Decorative. 1st premium,
grades 7 and 8 Bladen, Miss Thorne,
teacher. 2nd premium, district 24,
Mrs. Hurd, teacher.
Lot VI. Best general collection of
maps from any school in the county.
1st promium, Dist. No. 45, Gertrude
Coon, toachor. 2nd premium, Dist.
No. 25, Anna Tobin, tanchor.
Lot VII. Bost sot of examination
papers. Judges unable to decide on
Individual sot.so awarded to schools.
1st promium, Dist. No. 48, Bdna James
toucher. 2nd promium, MissSkjelvor's
room, Red Cloud.
Lot VIII. Best man of Nebraska
drawn from memory by child under
Hlxtoon. 1st premium, Roy Kent, Dist.
No 85, Jojsica Cut liar, teiiehor. 2nd
premium, Carrlo Flos, Dist. No. 18.
Bdnu Jiitucs toucher.
Lot IX Bust plan of country school
house. Judgos unable to decido us to
individual iireiuliims, awarded to
Vichools lht premium, Dist No. 21,
Mrs Iiurd, teacher. 2nd premium,
Dist. No '11, Lawrence Peirce, teacher.
Lot X. Best map of Wobstor coun
ty drown from memory by pupil under
sixteen 1st premium, Paul Pitney,
Dist, No 41. Lawrence Plorcc. toachor.
2nd promium, name not on tumor,
Dist No 58, Chas Briiiier, teacher.
LotXI Mapof a farm Noontrios
Lot XII Best slnglo original com
position by any pupil of school ago.
1st premium, Blsio Catlior, Dist No 2,
Mablo Howard, teacher. 'Jinl premium,
Bsther Peterson, Dist No, 51, Miss Do
Lot XIII Bos! sot of bookkeeping.
1st premium, Dist. No 87, Pearl Mil
Hard, Lena Lurgeut, Mabel Hilliurd
Watt, toachor. 2nd promium, Dist
No. (, Bdith Broomllold, Unmet
Cloud, Nora Mel all, toucher
Lot XIV Best herbarium of Web
ster county wild Mowers. Istpremiuin
Cliiiro Poyor, Cowlos 2nd premium,
I rum Grimes, Blue Hill.
Lot XV. Bost collect ion of insoctlv-
orae. .No entry-
Lot. XVI Best history of Nebraska.
Lot XVII. Bost paraphrnso or ro
production composition. Istpremiuin,
Anna Evans. 2nd promium, Stella
Lot XVIII Bost vortical ponniaii
ship, child under ton years 1st. pro
mium, Carrie Stolfen. 2nd promium,
Lot XIX. Best vortical poniuan
ship, pupil ton to eighteen years 1st
premium, Jacob Muy. Dist. No. 18,
Edna James, teacher 2nd premium,
Alfa Longtln, Dist. No. 2, Miss Day,
Lot XX. Bost map of North Ameri
ca, 1st promium, Stella HoiHobowor,
Dist. No rS,CluiH. Brtiuor, toucher
2nd premium, Halla Thomas, Dist. No,
58, Chas, Brunei' teacher.
Lots XXI, XXII, XXIII No entries.
Lot XXIV. Best individual colloc
Hon of freehand drawing by any Web
stor county nunil. 1st nreinlum. Adol
bort Evans, Carrlo Hummel, toachor.
2nd promium, Anna Bviius. Mabel
Lot XaV Any entry of an oduoa
it. i ,.i. .. ........... i.: .i.i.. i. a... i
inuiiii viiuiiiuiui in twin iui imi
I,wl,,i nQiuil,iUi.mi,,,,.l II,. r..ll...
iug work. 1st. One horse head, char
coal drawing. Omer Butler, Red Cloud.
1st. Collection of maps.Chus Harris,
Dist No. 85 Special merit- Ono
largo map, Eva McCoy, Dist. No. 15.
Special merit. Ono largo map, draco
Armstrong, Dist No 15. M Bost
kindergarten exhibit, MissStonobreak
or, Rod Cloud 2nd Bost kindergar
ten exmuit, ftiiss noiinos, uiuo Hill.
Map work, Stella Helllcbower, dis
trlct No. 68.
Work in physiology, Olive Edwards.
" " geography, Minor Sherwood
" " grammar, JossieStarkoy.
", " I'",?9!?,1''81" Krado, Rod
Cloud, in. Holllobower, teaclior.
atory, xjkiii liiiiinm, lied Cloud.
Tho following districts nnd toaohers
wore represented in the oxhibit aud
deserve- groat credit for tho excollont
((utility of work bhowir, us woll ivs for
thoir oarnest oHort to mako this ox
hlbit holpf ul to themsolvos and others:
Dist. No. 1, Mrs. Rnsmusseu and
Dist No. 2, Mrssos Day, Llndloy,
Remsberg, Hummol, Stonebreaker,
Howard, Gross, Skjelver and Mr. Hef.
Dist. No. 5, Miss Riley.
" " , Misses McCall and
Dist. No. 10, Miss Watt.
' " 15, " Foo.
24, Mrs. Hurd.
25, Miss Tobin.
20, " Vanco.
31. Misses Thorne 'nml at.
Dist. No. 33, Miss Rumoy.
JtR. ' PNivfn.J
39, " Ward.
41, Mr. Luwrenco Peirce.
45, Miss Coon.
40, " Sheppard.
48 " James.
51 " DeMar.
58 Mr. Chas
" "3 Misses
" 70 li. K. MoCrury, J. J.
Ilohnbaoli, and Misses Laird, Fritscb,
Lewis, Lookwood nnd Wholuiee,
Dist. No. 75 Miss linger
48 tonchorfl sont work of their pupils
Spoiling tost. 140 words. Mlssos
Viola Ward, Red Cloud, mid Mary
Fnraqtthar, Cowlos, our Wobstor coun
ty delegates to the Stuto Spelling Con
test to be hold in Lincoln next De
Mrs Susan Myers died at her home
in Whlto Rock township, Smith county,
Kansas, June 24th, 1001.
Susan Halter was born in Erie county,
New York, November 5, 18.'i2, and at
the time of her death was 09 yenrs, 7
aienths and 10 years of age.
At tho age of throe years she moved
with her parents to Oulo. On Ftibru
ary 27th, 1850, she was united in mar
riaso to Benjamin F. Myers, who has
preceded her to the spirit world. In
tho spring of 1871 with her husband
and children she moved to Smith
county. Kansas, being among the first
settlers, and where she has resided
ever since. At the age of eighteen sno
unite with the M. B. church. She
lif ad always trusting in God and diod
in the triumphs of a living faith aid
has sons homo to heaven.
The deceased leaves eight children,
six sons aad two daughters and a host
of friends and neighbors to mourn her
loss, ui this family seven are man leu,
Moll being the only one singlo, lived
with his mother at the old home. Of
tho others, VV. A. Myers, C. II. Myers,
Mrs. Will Elite, and Mrs. Geo. Beards
lee all reside in White Rock and Logan
townships in Smith county, Kansas,
and Frank My ei s at Normau, Oklaho
ma, S. J. Myers at Woodvllle, Oregon
and B. II. Myers in the State of Wash
ington. The funeral services wero held at tho
old homestead conducted by the Rev.
Robt. Goldsmith after which tho re
mains were laid to tost in Webb Hill
cemetery by the side of her husband.
Card oi Thanks.
We ilcsiro to otTer our sincere and
heartfelt thanks to tiio many fneiuls
unit neighbors who so kindly assisted
us in tho sickness and death ol our
mother. Muy tho Father of love re
ward them. Tiik Ciiiuikkn.
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR.
"Something New Under The Sun.
All Doctors havo tried to cum C.i
nrrh by tho iho of powders, arid gaies,
inhalers, and drugs in jinsto form.
Their powders dry up the mucous mem
branes causing them to crack open and
bleed. Tho powerful acids used in the
inhalers have entirely eaten nwai the
xjiine liii'inbrancs that thoir makers
have aimed to cuio. whilo partes ami
ointments cannot roach tho disease.
An old and experienced practitioner
who has for many years made a close
study and specialty of the treatment d
Catarrh, has at last perfected a treat
ment which when faithfully used, not
only relieves at once, but permanently
cures Catarrh by removing lho cause,
stopping tho discharges, and curing
all inflammation. It is the only rem
edy known to science that actually
roaches tho nlllicted parts. This won
derful remedy is known ns Snufllrs the
Guaranteed Catarrh Cure" and is sold
at the extremely low prieo of One Dol
"ur, each pnekago containing internal
and external inedicino sufllcient for a
full month's treatment and everything
necessary to its pel feet uso.
"Snullles" is tho only perfect Catarrh
Cure over made and is now recognized
as tho only safe nnd positive cure for
that annoying nnl diHgustingdiscaso.
It cures all inllaiiintion quickly nnd
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quick to relievo Hay Fever or cold in
Catarrh when neglected often lends
to Consumption "Snullles" will save
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nary remedy, but a completo treat
ment which is positively guaranteed to
euro Catarrh in any form or stage il
used accoiding to directions which ac
package. Don't delav
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Wo oiler Ono Hundred Dollars re
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Wo. lho undersigned have known F
J. Cheney for tho past lif Icon ye.us,
and believe him perfectly honorable in
all business transactions nnd financial
ly able to carry out any obligations
made by thoir firm.
Wholesale Druggists, Tolodo, O.
Wai.dino. Kinnan & Uakvin,
Wholesalo Druggists, Toledo, O.
Illiall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
nally, acting directly on the blood and
mucous Burfnces of tho system. Price
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Hall's Family Pills aro the best.
Tin summer oan ba prevented m
by taking T
Itsae benefiolal In summer as
In winter. If you are weak or
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Bnd for free unmple, '
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It is now gonorally known and under
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poison, and nerves completely shnttercd
by periodical or constant uso of intoxi
cating liquors, n quires an antidote
enpnblo of noutializiug and eradicating
this poison, nnd destroying tho crav
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publicity or loss of tlnio from business
by tliis wonderful "Homo Gold Cure,"
which has heen perfected after many
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hard a drinker. Our records show tho
marvelous transformation of thousands
of Drunkards into sober, industrious
and upright men.
Wives euro your hubanUll Child
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taste, so that il can bo given in a cup of
tea or colTeu without tho knowiedgu of
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Drunkards have cuivd themselves with
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more have been cured aud made tem
perate men by having the "Cure" ad
ministered by loving friends and rela
tives without their knovvledue in coffee
or tea, and believe today that they dis
continued drinking of their own free
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All correspondence strictly confiden
tial. Chronic Constipation Cured.
The most important discovery of
recent years is the positive remedy
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Cathartic. Cure guaranteed. Genu
ine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never
sold in bulkj Druggists, 10c.
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 days
Morion I.. Illll of LcIjhiiou. Ind. nays: "My
wife liml InlliimmHtory rlieimmtlsm In every
miiHClo nnd joint; her MifTetlnu wsh terrible and
her body mid fare wore Nwoolcnnlmost beyond
recognition; lmd been In bed for olx weckH Hint
hud eight pliynlclrtiiH, but received no beuelll
until he tried the Myntln cure for:lthcumntlim
It KHve Immediate relief and she vrtw able m
walk about tu three dnyf, I am miro It snved
her life." Sold by II. K. Orlce. Urugglst, lied
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
MvMlc Cure for rheumntlHm and ncurnlRU
readily curcM la from 0110 to three dnyn. Its hc
tton upon the nyBtem Im rcmarkablo and mjs
terlotu. ItremovuR nt onco tho chuhc and tho
dUeRre Immediately illaHppears. The lint done
Rreittlf bciietlti. "Scents, bold by II. K. Urlee.
ltcd Cloud. Neb.
THE PEOPLE KNEW HIM.
(Benson's Plaster Ii Pain's Master.)
Ge-orgo Washington made and sold flour,
and every barrel of flour in tho market
branded "O. Wnshiunton, Maunt Vernon,"
sold without delay. No question was ovez
raised as to quality or weight.
Benson's Porous Plaster sells on its repu
tation evorywhero. All tho buyer wants to
be cortaiu of is that the plaster offered him
really it Benson's, and not a worthless imi
tation of it or substitute for it.
A plaster is tho beet form ot external rem
edy, and Benson's is the best plaster; 6,000
physicians and druggists, and a multitude
of people no man can number, have settled
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Coughs, colds, lame bask, lumbago, mus
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tho liver and kidneys, influenza or grip,
pneumonia, and an other disease open to
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cure '. by Benson's Floater.
Do not assume that Belladonna, Capsi
cum or Strengthening plasters are "justaa
good as" Benson's. They are vastly In
ferior. JVo other -plaster la aa good aa
In competition with the best-known
plasters of Europe and America, Benson's
havo roceived mty-Jite highest awardt.
For sale by all druggists or we will pre
pay postage on any number ordered in the
United States, on receipt of SSc. each.
Seabury 4 Johnson, Mfg. Chemists, N.Y.
theTroauent caue of. Appcndlcltli and irany utbar -.
loua III? ahould narer bo n wleeUxl. Tho objection to Of
iiaual c-Uuutlo remedlea ialhelr ooatlre reaction which
Incrt-a-wa oonVU-vUon loaUd of curing it. IAUKKltU
OINUKU TONIO ia h cropr rcroodjr. Jt yuon thi
litar, and when oaad as QtoMted, wnjUM naw-
REV. L. L. CARPENTER, Wabash, Ind., h President of tho
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clergy mnn in tho Christian Church to-day. Ho has dedicated nbout COO
churches nnd baptised 7000 converts. Ho writes: "It affords mo rrrcnfc
pleasure to give my testimony as to tho cfllcicucyof Dr. Kny's remedies
Dr. Kay's Lung Balm Is tho very bost cough, cold and throat remedv
that I over used. '
I have also received -great benefit from tho ubo of Dr. Kay's Innovator
My son had for years been greatly aflHctcd with tho piles; ho commenced
the use of Dr. Kay's remedies and experienced relief almost from tho
Wo havo no words to express our thankfulness for tho bcncllt wo havo
received as tho result of nsolng these remedies. I tnko great pleasure in
commending them to tho suffering." L. L. CAiuENTF.n,
Missionary and 8. S. Evangelist, Christian Church.
Dr. Kay's Renovator.
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i-ii Heiilun nnd full i '.fiMiinu inn l. fnro
l'rcis Association, Xrw York.
Clfuiwi t,j titaiilntf the hilr.
IVorr.olfl luiuilirl ctow.
wever rails to ltitor Qrsj
Cum tralp ,1 .rn-ca , litir liUluc.
&SmrH?nl.n',K0,;a!cs atlA "novates tho
?5 !tlp.ur.IUcsn"!u'nrlcheHlu0 ll"": cures
iirf.,n2fiibi,iJSp'psJ.n' coJ's"l)atlon, headache,
liver ami kidneys. SnenndJl.ntiiruL'cUts. nml
Rmlvlce.RiHiiplo nnd book. gi.
Ur. IJ. J. Kay, SnratoRn, N. Y W
nntco Ur.If ay's ltcnovntor
patlon, liver nnd kldnays. Hest tonic, laxative,
10 euro uyhpepsin, constt-
moon puriuor unit
in for all chronic diseases:
renovates nndiJCjp'Ttcs tho wholo wystcm nnd
cures cry wrMlniscs. Get trial box at once.
If not satlstlcd wllMt notify us, wo will refund
money by return mnll. Wrlto your symptoms
forl'rco Medical Advl
vice, Kainpio ami proa' "." &
60o at drupulsts. Ur. 11.
J. Kay, .Saratoga, N.V.
HTC? . OrlirlniiT nml lnlr Ofnulnr.
-SJKvtiAFn. Al..i.r-li.n. I.illr-. ..klifn.dll
In HKI) nl (;.,!,! unnnlo twin .:m
Jllh Liu. rIMmn. '1 she no other. Iltfusa
Ilnsema HubtltatlonM and Jmlta
Unn Ruj of oar llrurel.t. or ..04 4r. la
t.mp. for I'aHlrulnra. TrallaionlitU
04 Itrllcr for I.4lv." In Itlltr, or re
iMraMall. lll.lllflT..llmrfil.l. HM h
11 l)ruf lit (.'hit hrati iJhMlal rim.
Has lUa paptt, MadUui. 1'urL. I'll I L V.
lie. MX. UwmUMS!'' DrawM.
Genuine stamped C. C C. Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something Just as good."
You can be cured or any form or tobacco uning
easily, be made well, strorjtr.
ifew life and vigor by taking
uiairueiic, mil 01
that makes weak men strong.
ten pounds in ten days. Over 000,000
i.uicu. aii iiruKK151. iura Kiiuraiucru. linos
let and advice l'KI'.H. Address STKKLIN&
HKMKUY CO., Chicago or New York. 437
J. S. EMIGH,
IV 70U WANT IT.
Jrown Bridge Work or Teeth Without Haiti.
Vud allthclatcat Improvement lu dental mech
Wo can surnish 7011 brick in
i ty nt tho lowest pos-
siblo rati). Brick on snlo at
either of tho lttmbor yards.
Get Our Prices Before You
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