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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1901)
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"We have four children. With the first
three I suffered Almost unbearable pains from
12 to 14 hours, and had to be placed under
the influence of chloroform. I used three
bottles of Mother's Fritnd before our last
tfcild came, which
k a strong, fat and
heakhy boy, doing
soy housework up
lo within two hour
f earth, and suf
fered but a few hard
pains, Thk lini
meat k the grand
est remedy ever
wal si for every woman what it did foe the
MsasMteta mother wh writaa the above let
tee. Net to tut h during prtgaaocy ss a
sitabe to W paid fee sm pahs aad suffering.
JfrMw't Frkni the patieat with
strassg besly aai dear iattlad, which to
fee arc saapartei to the chtbl. It relax
the sswutlei and attewi them to expand. It
relieve morning skknsss aad nervousness,
k put aU the organs concerned la perfect
condition for the final hour, so that the actual
labor is short and practically painless. Dan
ger of rising or hard breasts is altogether
avoided, and recovery is merely a matter of
a few days.
Druggists sell Mother's Friend for $1 a bottle.
The Bradfleld Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga,
Head (or our free Illustrated book.
BEST FOR THE
If you horen't a regular, hraltbjr. moreim-ut of lb
bowel, otcry dnjr, you're III or will lie. K rep your
bowel, open, mill be volt. Force. In the ihapeof lo
r.ntphTloirilllKilon,l ilniiurrou. Tim (month
fit, cnilett, wmt iwrfect way lit levelling the bowel,
clear Mid clean I. to take
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
tt..an. fallMli1n Pnfalit Trt.tn rllinil. Itnlltl.lll.
Hever Hlekeii. Wenlen, ur llrlne, 10, , unit W rent. I
Cer bm. Write for free .aiiihlt', nml iMioklct nn
STKUUMI UMIDY lOSMIY. CIIUAMI r MW TORI.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
Tn ro isc kr Cent nmcst
iX tnetsV sMimi. ftsMM.H4.
aim ssswaT w
One aero of ground, good house
nnd barn nntl other out-bulM-lugs,
Good drove well nnd
good water. Shntlo fruit nnd
For pnrtlculnrs inii!re of
CMS All MANUFACTURE!.
Heil Cloub, Nehrnsktt.
oHABi.Ka k. aiKKa cev
Bold by drusgUta.
THE DOUGHNUT COIN.
Ho Such Piece of Money Has Been
Ordered to Be Issued.
Widely Circulated Starr of Three
Cent Coin trlth Hole In It Is
Entirely Without ronnd
atlon. A curioun storjr bun been appear
Injr In many newHpnpers that a
Htrangc new three-cunt coin with
hole in the middle In nbout to be is
Hiied by the government.
This Iiiih been culled the "doughnut
coin." Tho WuHlilngtoii eorreNpoiiilent
of thp New York World recently
naked Director of the Mint Hubert
Mr. Roberta suya there l absolute
ly no truth In the report; thut no
new coin can le inude ut the mint tin
Ii'hh ordered by u special net of con
gress, and no such act has been
liut so widely has the story about
the "doughnut coin" been printed
that doubtless many people are
dally expecting to get them in change
and gire them to their babies to
atrlng like beade.
According to the intereatlng but
misleading storiea that have been
printed, the coin would be composed
The theory of this Idea was that
the hurried handler will be enabled
to at once detect the value of the coin
by lit sene of feeling. Some miicIi
.safeguard vun wtitd to be ueeessiiry
for the reiinou Hint It Is very nearly
the sle nntl weight of the present
lUe-cent nickel. The .-dzc of the hole
In I lie proposed new coin was to be
of ample magnitude to make it sim
ply n ring of mctnl nnd to occupy
about one-half of tin entire illiiuietei.
The new coin, it was said, was to
do away with one of the great ell 111
eullles 'wlileli beset the handlers of
small si I mm- eoliiri when mettil moiic
llrst calm' Into iim after the circula
tion of paper collateral. The coIhk
which icnclicil the hands of children
and some classes in the more remote
regions treated them us curiosities
mid as prlcM. To Insure their safe
keeping It was a favorite method to
punch a hole In them, and, passing a
Htrlng through the aperture, tie the
whole securely nbout the neck.
This practice, of course, destroyed
the circulation value of the coins, and
dealers who subsequently took them
in were obliged to stand the loss. So
general became the practice Mutt n
tl.ved scale was llnally arranged for
deduction for punched dimes, nickels
and other pieces. The new piece
could be strung without injuring It.
In the west and southwest the one
ccut piece was slower In coming into
favor than in the east, and the coin
age of the new piece was supposed
to be to meet u demand for which
the IHe-ccnt piece is too large anil
the one-cent piece too small.
The five-cent nickel piece has been
In use for ocr III) years, having been
llrst coined during the latter part of
Hie civil war or Just after that, lie
fore that time for many years the
only small change In circulation was
made of paper ft-cent, Id-cent, 1.1-cent
and 'J.Vcciit notes, being Issued by the
government. The subsidiary notes
also Included u .Vl-ccnt piece, nml all
of these were popularly known as
"shin plasters." The necessity for
them arose from the disnppenrance
of metal money during the war
RAISINGAN ALLEY ON JACRS.
I'lvter Meehnulenl Pent Herently
I'erfortuiMl nt the Mnaonlc
Temple In Chicago,
A short time ugo, owing to natural
causes, the alley cast of the Masonic
Temple building, nearly 200 feet in
length, sank 1- Inches. The sinking
was gradual, but when it ended the
nlley was resting upon the upper
parts of the boiler nnd furnace me
chanisms of the building which occu
py the space underneath the nlley'u
area. Fortunately for the hundreds
of teamsters ami truckmen who use
the nlley dally the sinking had been
eeu, without n crack or caving in.
The earth formution carried the ne
phnlt paving down with it as regu
larly us if the sinking had been regu-
jjj lated by man instead of nature, says
ib me inicugo iteconi-iierniu.
JJJ The problem presented to Opt.
m Williams, superintendent of the Ma
sonic Temple, was of either re
mining the old alley and construet
It.rT a new and arliticlal one or of at
tempting to raise the old one buck
to its old leel without cracking or
Injuring it. He decided on the latter
course. A series of jacks were
worked under thu sunken passage
way. They upheld u framework of
wood, which extended to all ports of
the nlley. Workmen then' begun to
slowly screw up the jacks. This
screwing up process began nt two
o'eloek on a Sunday morning and
was unished nt one o clock that aft
ernoon. During that time wagons
loaded witn coul and other teuiiib
drove through the alley, not noticing
thut unything extraordinary wri go
The entire muss of asphalt and
earth was Anally brought back to Its
true level without cracking or dis
placement of any kind, nnd then
given such a new foundation that it
euu never sink again. The expense
was over $1,000. It has been posi-rIe
for some time to raise a brick house
and move it awny without Injury to
its parts. Stone bultdingx uud stores
have also been raised nnd moved, but
dipt. Williams believes that this Is
the. first time an alley has ever been
rulsed by jacks without Interruption
of traffic or injury to the surface of
SAVING THE POTATO.
UnlcBs Science Interferes This Val
uable Food Will Run Out.
Its Kstlnctlon Threatened Thron-h
the rrounsiatlon for Manx Gen
eration Thrnaah llode
Fact Ahont the .
If there should be no mure sugar
cane .In the world, beets might be
uultivnted to tnke its plnee entirely,
but If there were no longer any po
tatoes, the domestic economy of thou
sands of humble homes would be seri
ously deranged, nnd the deprivation
would be considerable even on the
most luxurious table. That the sugar
ciine and the potuto are In danger of
becoming degenerate and dually ex
tinct has for some time been recog
nised in botanical laboratories ull over
the world. In tills country the botuni
cul department of Harvard unlierslty
has gone Into the matter with a good
deal of thoroughness, and experi
ment hare been undertaken to per
petuate thee valuable species, says
the Cincinnati Knqulrer.
The danger Ilea in the fact that both
hae beer propagated for eo many
generations Irons buda the sugar
cane from the jointa of stalk, and the
potato from the eyes of the tuber
thut they have almost lost the power
of producing fruitful seeils. For a
century or more, during which repro
duction from buds can be successful
h continued, the fact that the seeds
themselves become sterile or dwindle
away and disappear, does not seem
particularly important. Finally, how
ever, there comes a time, like the
present, nhun a whole species shows
signs of the deterioration which pre
cedes extinction, and it Is then only
by crossing one plant with another
plant, or one nrict, with another va
riety, that the life of the species can
be renewed. Hut If the plant has lost
its seed-producing faculty, such cross
ing Is evidently impossible, and the
degeneration must continuu tu its
Sugar cane is, of course, one of the
most alunble and important of agri
cultural products. It ts nt present
grown In all warm countries, nnd the
plants for M) or KM) plant generations
ltiiM been started from the buds
Mhlch spring from thu joints of the
cane. A section of the stalk contain
ing, one of these generative joints N
planted ami n new stalk or group
springs up. the plantation being thus
maintained by i portion of Its prod
ucts. Meanwhile, as the plants ma
ture, the, put forth blossoms, which,
though as beautiful ns they ever were,
perhaps, arc meaningless nnd unfruit
ful. When it was discovered by the
botanists t lint the sugar cane wns los
ing its power to produce fruit fiileeit.
It was realized t lint such n loss meant
Inbreeding, ns it would be called in the
ease of auliuiils, ami that, unless some
artlticial means of restoration could
be employed, the species would
eventually run out.
The potato Is among the cheapest
3f nil the cultivated foods, nnd while
it is generally known that it Is re
produced by budding, pieces of the
tuber containing "eyes" being plant
ed in the ground, most readers will
be siirprlned to learn that potato seed
Is an nlliixl unheard-of curiosity. In
the museum of economic liotany at
Harvard there are models of potato
plants Including the pink and white
blossoms and tlie grape-like fruit, but
this sretl-eontn'r'ng fruit has become
so nearly extinct that few people, even
from the agricultural districts of the
country, have erer seen It. In the
models, however, it is (dearly shown
that the potato is closely related to
the tomato, and the -two-celled ar
r'lngement of seeds is very similar In
the original fruit of both plants.
The first year's crop of tubers from
n planting of seed is generally too
small for commercial use, so thut the
seeding process has of late years been
almost entirely discontinued. The
budding method of propagation has
been curried on to such an extent that
it is a rule for the blossoms to wither
without fructification, and even in
the exceptional cases where fruit ap
pears it Is generully seedles and bor
reti. As a rule the small amount of
seed which now survives the degeneru
atlon of the pl-ant is likely to rot away
immediately, so that the greutest care
and skill are required to secure the
growth of seed plants. However, us
in the case of the sugar cane, as the
common varieties nre shown, by con
trast with the hybrids, to be less val
uable, the warning of the botanist is
being rfeeded and science is being
called upon to point out the means of
It is hot anil dry.
Mr. Ailes is having a new well dug.
L. L lMlurt has found water now.
llo is hauling it from Will FisherV.
Messrs. tienson and King have gone
to the Sunflower state in soaroh of for
tunes. Tho two sitters are now wiping
their eyes over the departed joys ol tho
The leading event of tho week was n
social gathering of youth and beauty at
the homo of Holden Appleguto, which
happy event occurred last Monday,
The vouag people enjoyed themselves
hugely until a late hour when tney sep
arated, wishing for many happy re
turns of the glad nceasion.
A largo nnd enthusiastic meeting of
the Kino's Daughters was held on
Thursday at the residence of Mrs. May
Ira Wolf was at his fathor'a home
one day this week.
This la a a prolific year for political
aspirants and tho air appears to swarm
with parlies willing lo bo sacrificed,
THE HOME GOLD CURE.
An Ingenious Treatment by which Drunk
ards are Being Cured Daily In Spile of
No Noxious Doses No Weakening ol the
Nerves A Pleasant and Positive Cure
for the Liquor Habit
It is now gi'iiurall) known niu) under
stood that lJitinkt'iincsB is a d'neaso
and not weaklier. A body Inhd with
poison, nnd tifi-vue completely -shattered
by periodical or constant inn of Intoxi
cating liquors, n quires an untidoto
capable of neutralizing nntl eradicating
this poison, and destroying the crav
ing for intoxicants. Sufferers may
now euro themselves at home without
publicity or loss of time from business
by this wonderful "Home Gold Cure,"
which has been perfected after many
years of close study nml treatment of
Inebiiut'js, Thu faithful use according
to directions of llii) wonderful discov
ery is positively guaranteed to euro tho
Most obstinate ease, no matter how
haid a drinker. Our records show ike
marvelous transformation of thousands
of Drunkards into sober, industrious
and upright men.
Wives cure jour husbands!! Child
ren cure jour fathers!! This remedy
is iu no sense a nostrum but is a spec
ific for this disease only, and is so skill
fully devised and prepared that it is
thoroughly soluble nml pleasant to the
taste, so that it can be given in a cup of
tea or coffee without the knowledge of
the person taking it. Thousand? of
Drunkards have cured themselves with
this piiceluss remedy, nnd ns many
more have been cuted and made tem
perate men by having the ''Cure" ad
ministered by loving friends and rela
tives without their knowledge in coffee
or tea, and bolievn today that they dis
continued drinking of their own ficu
will. .')o not wait. Do not bu deluded
by nppaient and misleading "improve
ment." Dtivu out tho disease nt once
nnd for all lime, "i'hu Homo Cold
Cute" is sold at the extremely low
price of One Dollnr, thus plnclng with
in reach of everybody u treatment morn
tlTccliva than othets costing S','5 to $r,0
Full directions nccompany each pack
age. Special advice by skilled pbjsi
ciatis when requested without extra
charge. Sent prepaid to any pat t of
the world on receipt of One Dollar.
Address Dept. A 402, Kdvvin 11. (Hies &
Company, t!3:i0:tud .'TO Market Street,
All correspondence .strictly confiden
tial. 'Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to be shaken into the
shoes. Your feet feelsvvoolen, nervous
and hot, nml gel tired easily. It vou
Iiiito smarting feet or tight shoes, irj
Allen's Foot Kasti. It cools the feet and
makes walking oasy. Cures swoolen,
sweating feet, ingi owing nails, blisters
and callous spots. Relieves coins and
bunions of nil pain and gives test and
nomfoit. Try it today. Sold by all
druggists and shun stores foi'Sftc. Trial
package free. Address, Allen S Olm
sted, Lo Itoy, N. V.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood In your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
i ne Ktaneys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
Impurities In the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
matism come from ex
cess of uric acid In the
blood, due to neelectcd
Kidney trouble cavses quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning In kidney trouble.
Ifyou are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
rtv.1 la aA nn lie mrll AVn.'''
All4 .ddW.M w. ." ...v.. . -- If
t,,. all rtrxcrolctu In flffv- .mtlnVrMg"'
VJ miwunmi j
cent and one-dollar siz
es. You may have a
sample bottle by man liomt or swunp-noot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
Articles of Incorporation of The Cowden-
Kaley Clothing Company.
Know nil men by theso pmtentss Thut wc, A.
U. Kaley, II. A. I.euon. and F. W. Cowden. do
hereby associate ourselves together for the pur
pose of orgsiilxlng a corporation, under the laws
of the HUire of Nebraska, for the puriwse of
buying and selllog at retail of clothing, bats,
caps, boots, boe. and fiirnUblng s-eods, aud
all such Roodsrwares and luotcbandlie as are
.iill- Lttr.1 ami hani111 hw'ri.tall ilpatara In
usually kept and haDdted b:
retail dealers In
ration shall be The
iifCa, ana the principal
la business shall be at lied
lsceof transacting I
loud, Webster Co., Nebraska.
theusand dollars (1100.00). divided Into shares
f ons hundred dollars (1100.(0) each, all of
Tiift aruaiincai ua aanuai kioca auaii va iix
wuicn snail no paia inimmeaiawiy upn me ur
sanlxatloii of the eorDoratloo.
The corporation aball commeuce on the
inlf.niil and dar or Jlilv. nineteen
huudred aud one (Itwi), and shall termlnsto July
The highest amount ef Indebtedness or liabil
ity to which said corporation rhall at any time
subject Itself In the-tiuui of four thotv-atid lol
laratHOOfUiO). , , .
Its affairs sbs 11 be conducted by a board of
threa directors to be elected annually by the
stockholder, and Its oOcers shall eonslit of a
President. VlcePrei-tdunt. Secrelarr aud Treas
urer, tobe elected by the board of directors.
II, A. Lctsox.
V. W. CowniK,
aa1"!!' l'm Ml ' iiiiim illl
BtiTi flBH la rrrflu,f""
IN THE WINTER.
(Benson's Plaster Is Pain's Master,)
For coughs and colds Jlpuson's Porons
Planters nro an incomparably better rem
edy than any other external or internal.
Their medicinal properties ontor tho skin
and go itrnlgfit to the tat of the dlieau.
Thoy rcllovo and euro a "seated" cold
without disturbing tho system or npsotting
tho stomach. Cough mixtures often nau
seate. Benson's l'liistcra nro medicinal in
tho highest degree, and quickest to act.
Placed on tho chest or back or on both
at once in sorioua cases, tho good effect la
feltimmodiatcly. Tho congestion yields, the
cough abates and tho breathing improves.
Lung or bronehlnl alToctlons or kidney
diseaso, nro cured with the least possible
suffering and loss of time.
Ilouson'fl Plasters aro immeasurably su
perior to Belladonna, Strengthening, Cap
sicum or any other combination in planter
form. Thoy nro also preferable to oint
ments, linimenta and salves.
Ilonson's Plasters Uhvo recoived fifty-fit
highest atearde over nil competitors) and
rnoro than 5,000 physicians nnd druggists
havo declared them to bo one of tho fow
trustworthy household romodics. For ado
by all druggist, or we will prepay postage
on any number ordered In the United
8tatee on receipt of 25c. each.
Be sure you pet the genuine. Accept bo
imitation or substitute.
Seabury Johnson, Mfg. Chemists, K.T.
G. V. ARGAItRIGHT,
ART1ST PORTRAIT PAINTER.
Kkt Cloud. Nkhkaska,
Landscapes, Flowers, Fruits and Por
traits madn lo order.
STUDIO IK OAMKItKM. III.OCK.
I. B. COLVIN.
EAL ESTATE FARM LOANS,
Lock llnx -Si. fltilde Hock, Neb.
VII kinds of property bought, sold a .id
Mia frciiiiDntrallMoof AntH.ntllctttNfin'1 11 nnv uUlffr pt
lou 111 uliould nYcr bo i.'Kli-.'Uil. Thoobjwtljn to the
urnal CHtbartlo ttrmilln l their cwllvt miction whloh
lnrrvavn conKllpatlon InMcadof ctirlnnlt. l'AHKKK'S
iio la ino nroixr rciutniy. it nun on u.i
ircjxr rciutHly. It lutnoii thi
J.lTcr, iinil wht-n uriHl M alrw-tnl, nnanentrjr remove
tho cotutlpaUon. 60 CU. & 8L0O at all lmitfrlt&
IF YOU ARK OUI' OF WORK
A ii i i' ' ' -ii 'i-il i' it mi j mm i y
ii i.iii'i'. i-iiil hi '.") i i f i mil ii.-- h t
"40 New Money-Making Ideas."
It U worth its weight, in goiil to nnyone
who is unemployed. Send today.
Century Publishing Co., Box 73,
Heron Lake, Alinn.
takes hhort roads.
esC Jam, lid light loads.
! Wood for everything
that runs on wheels.
Madeliy STAND i!lOir. CO.
IIHli. Harea77YR. RECORD
"srsrsw BroettSytnBell, always
nlrn. On tilt Ansol.UTKLV FrlEt
STARK BRO'S, Loalslaaa.Me.
CURES all Kidney
ache, etc. At drug
gists, or by mall,
ll. Free book, ad
Ttee, etc, of Dr. B. J. Kaj, Saratoga, N. "i .
N & M. B.Y
HED CLOUD NEDR.
SI. LOUIS and
all points east and
and all points
TBAltOJ LXVB AS FOLLOWS i
No. 13. Passenger dally for Obcrlln
and St. Francis branches. Ox
ford, McCook, Denvorand all
points west.................. 7:45 a.m
No. 14. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
Kansas City, Atchison. St.
Louts, Lincoln via Wymote
and ah points east and south 2-32 a. ra
No. 1R. Passenger, dally, Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
No. 10. Passenger, dally for at. Joe,
Kansas dlty. 'Atchison, St.
Louis and all points east and
No. 144. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Hastings, Grand Is
land, Black Ollls and all
points In the northwest-.... l:00p.m
Ho, 143. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberlln, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, via Re
publican -.- . It :30 p.ss
No. 04. Freight, dally, Wymoro and
St. Joe and Intermediate
junction points H:4ip.
No, (3. Freight, dally for Republican
urjeans,uxioru auu an pwiirw
Ho. 60. Freight, dally except Sunday
for Wymore and all point east
No. ITS. Freight dally to Oxford and
more and all point east 0 .00 a.i
Intermediate DOlntS . 1:80 D.m
Sleeping, dining, and reclining chair ears,
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any point In the United
gutes or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tickets
call on or address A, Conover, Agent, Had
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Passenger
Ageat Omaha, Nebraska.
The Chief, 1$ A Year.
A3K YOUR GROCER fGI?
The 5 Minatcjircakfast food.
PURIAN - HEALTH - FLOUR
"jjrain - lEA,,
PURIAN MILLS, St Louis, Mo
DON'T Be Fooledi
Take the cm orlfhul
ROCKV MOUNTAIN TCA
Made only by Madison Medi
cine Co., Madison, Wis. It
keeps ynti will. Our trade
mark cut on each ptckafa.
Price, .:; cents. Never ol4
in bulk. Accept no aabstt
myn tut. Ask join druggist.
Dr. Kay's Lung Balm
cures ever j kind of cough. la grippe, tironrhltK
fcore threat, croup, whooplftir cough, etc. Nercr
deraneeitheatoinacb. AtDrursriata, 10 & :3c.
FMEE DrlBOIOAL ADVICK. 'Yrlteu-:
raasfcsfc ail your symptoms. Kenovstlnettie
system Is the only safe and sure method of cur.
In all Chronic Diseases. Dr. Kay'a Kenorator
la the oaly perfect ay stem reaoTatar. Free nan-.,
pies aad book. Dr. B. J. Kay, Saratota, N. Y.
CORRESPONDENTS ( I J
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Ide.-iM, poeuiii, lliiitr.-i'eil niilulcs, ad-
Vi e new, iliituiuus ili"tiRrnph,
iiM'ijiie uiiii-li-., iti-,.. ii-, luirchami.
Ailieh " 11 vised uuil pn n l for pnb-tii-iiM.oi
llnoks piihlMicit Send for
11:11 1 ieuliiLs nnd full i'lfiirnntion before
oi'Udllli! ns tides.
The llullclin Picas J&ocialioii, Xtw Yorfc.
n HAIR BALSAM
ClflOKi nJ l.nulllicj tbt Dilr.
l'romotcl 1 Imiillint frowlh.
Never Folia to Ilmtoro Qrar
Hnlr to lis Voutlirnl ColorT
Curti irmp iIiwimi u fca.r lalluu.
antce Dr. Kay's Iteiio utor
to curn dTsni-nslu. ronstl.
liver 11ml klilm-vH. 1tnit tnmn. laxntlvp.
bloud imrlllor knnwn fur nil chronic dlHimHOH!
renovnt vs and Invigorates tlio whole Hystctn nnd
cures very worst eases, (let trial box at once.
If not flntlstlcd with It notify us, wo will refund
money uy return mini, writo your Hymptnmt
o Aieuiral auvicc, sample ana proo'. 2ft &
60c at Urufulsls.
Dr. D. J. Iay, Sarutot'J. N.Y.
.w v muii iniKiirii(,saiitirciiur.iti -i
Mtom; purlllix uml enrlrhes the iiIihhI, cur .
the worst iljhpen-.lu, rnn-tlpatloii, hriuliu-U,
llrcrutntltliine J."ontiilfl.titaij:iits. !'
hhvicc nan pieunil lioo..
Dr. U.J Knv 4ir.itosu, N Y
,fVTV. .'Hlnl and Only llrnulnr.
V.VTirSSAFE. l.T,r.li.i. Ladles tluudfi
rJ 'Mk to' CIIKJUKSTlSlfS KNULISH
o l&cir ao'i l.Aia mciuiio eoiif MUtl
with Moo rllihcn. Take no other. Kcftiae
rlant-croua HnrMtlllitloBa oad latlta.
lion, nay or j nr llruccltt, r m& 4e. la
"""fi...'. I'orlleylor. Toallalaalal
l "Keller rr IjuUea," In i.mr. bj re
turn Mnll. Ill.flUII r.ilmonlBla H.IA fc
w -- wi i'.bciiii. t;aieneeser vaeeaicoj vew
mr ... rjri.rr. -::.-. -----. - --.
S CANDY CATHARTIO
sje. sot. ' suat.tMstsm biisi ).
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 of any form of tobacco tuloo
cauiy. ue in
new life and
be made well, stroncr. magnetic, full of
e ana vigor by taking mO-TU-mAO,
mat makes weak men strong. Many eaia
ten pounds in
ten dam. Over MOH-OBa
curea. ah druggists. Cure gu
let and advice FREE. Address STHJCLINGr
nuuiuKHisii. urc Kiiuimiiccu. oooav
ah ...MMi... .... . . T. r n .
KBMUDV CO., Chicaao or New York. 437
J. S. EMiaH,
IK YOU WAJtr IT.
: Jrewa Bridge Work or Twli; Witbtol FlittL
And all the latest Improvement la dental mscti
o can surnish 70U brick hi
a ty nt the lowest pos
sible rutu. Brick on sale at
either of the lumber yards.
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Red Cloud, Neb.
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ALWAYS ON TAP.
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