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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1902)
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
ana cheerfulness soon
disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
' or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
become so orcvalent
that It Is not uncommon
(or a child to be born
'afflicted with weak kid
neys. If the child urin
ates too often. If the
urine scalds the flesh or If, when the child
reaches an age when It should bo able to
control the passage, It Is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these Important organs. This unpleasant
trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women a3 well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the Immediate effect of
Swamp'Root 13 soon realized. It Is sold
by druKElsts, In fifty- PC
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mall
tree, also pamphlet tell- noma of Hwaunnot.
Ing all about It. Including many of the
thousands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Blnghamton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper,
BEST FOR THE
II, C. ilVB.i .! 'U.. V. .
clear and clean It to take
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
tMoaMnt, falatalile, 1'otent. Ta.te Hood. Do Oood,
JUffT Slckrn, Weaken, or tlrlpe, 0, a. and M rent
ter boi. Writ for free aainple, and booklet on
ealth. Addre.i SS
rrssuxu niiinr roimv. niiiiuoar sxw tori.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
You pny to cents
for Cigars not eo good as
r.p. LEWIS, MAtfrtt
Kail nml svrcat rm . If!
tuva notllc.t (11 tZt'Jrr'Jir'lZ!Ctl f
turnr.. t ruled ff filMR &? & f
nt 3 1 .'I It is-
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.!o t...t Ir-Jt. -k.
I o ti Mjiti.r. I, J t
h, e 1.. ch fo . 6 Jf$ '
nndiut 'Hie fA,A 1J
ImillM net yM T.
D D rArtl n
ON T DE rOOLEDI
Take th gen . erllaal
ROCKV MOUNTAIN TEA
Mad only by Madlton Mtdl
elna Co., Madlwn, Wit, It
tap you wan. our traaa
mark cut on each paekaga.
Price, 33 cants. Nsvar aoU
In butt. Accept no anbtth
tut. Atk your druggist.
J D. FULTON,
V UtVKUTON, NKHRA8KA.
AUCTION JS I It .
TEKMS UKASONAULK AND
SATISFACTION UUAUAN'I KK1).
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
Minute Breakfast food.
PURIAN - HEALTH
"BRAIN - BHEAD"
PURIAN MILLS, St. Louis, Mo.
SECURES all Kldnej
ivianoycura. a ache, etc. At dm?
Lt a.aui.ir. t.url f tsts. or by mall.
n uisciuwB, !
vice, cut, ot Or. B. J. Kaj, Saratoga, N. Y.
" vi. nm uwki n
rdMaTaTiMaaTiPI 1 1 J 1 1 1
COItU WHIhT All
Hoia br druKRiata.
t ?M n X i ,g Mr
Hut V VI
JSWeK if U
Uiou hartS ( Nfftimr, health movement of th
well terr day. you're III or will be. Keep your
kowe -pn, an.1 1 well, rorce.ln the ihartot lo
lentphjlourilll polion.U danseroua. Tlin imooth.
V, HflflHl II41 HIHtll
W"C.VV" Sk. .awsWlbV'SSI
ar ut r 111 i.ii 10 ft ll H J
I nnd.ut 'llier0- VJ'"' v i
j hJtniM net JM T. L .
I locfTlufil'lo v,?K V 1
U ntiv, but LD'J W Jv 1 !
m nrarttwiie f, M . jVvv'- '. ''"
ailonirl.vtho tV.'f ' tlX-- .'
uieolfeurikaifCv ' ,
HarncMUd, "3.l A I
"TT ) ; TT;
sold Si frTvt' 0, $
eyer where v l) V!W
a.i,"r ln i z v
Made by " fl
SUndirdOII ft ly Wis
.THE DOUGHNUT COIN. '
No Such Piece of Money Has Been
Ordered to fie Issued.
Widely Clrcnlntpil Slory of n Three
Cent Coin with n Hole In It la
tintlrcly- Without FoundWi
A curiotiH story lias been nppcor
liifr In iiiuiiy iiuwHtuipurH that n
.slraiige nt-w tlircu-vunt coin with a
Imlu hi tliu inlilille is about to be Is
Hiicd by tin' irovcrmiu'iit. ,
This linn liceii calK'd the "iloiiL'liiiut
coin." Tin- WiiNliliifrtuii t!orr(!Hitiii(li'iit'
of the Now ork Worlil ri-ci'iitiy
uskftl J)Ircetor of the Mint Huberts
Mr. Roberts nays there is absolute
ly no truth In the report; that no
new coin ean do made at the mint un
it m ordered by a .special ncl of con
p'ciss, and 110 hiicIi act lias been
Hut ho widely has the" story about
the "doughnut coin" been printed
that doubt less many people nre
dally expecting to get them in change
and (!ie them to their babies to
Hiring like beads.
According to the interesting but
misleading stories that have been
printed, the coin would be composed
The theory of this idea wns that
the hurried handler will be enabled
to at once detect the wtltie of the coin
by IiIn House of feeling. Some sUch
Hiifeguart! was vniil to be necessary
for the reason that It Is eiy neai'ly
the hI.o and weight of the present
five-cent nickel. The size of the hole
in the proposed new coin was to lie
of am)le incjjultiide to make It sim
ply n ring of mclal and to occupy
about one-hnlf of tht. entire diameter.
The now coin, It was said, was to
do awny With one of the jricnt tlitll
unities which beset the handlers of
small silver coins when metal money
lirst ruinc Into use after the circula
tion of paper collateral. The coins
which reached the hands of children
and some classes in (lie more remote
regions treated them as curiosities
and as prizes. To insure their safe
keeping it was a fuwirite method to
punch a hole in them, and, passing a
string through the aperture, tie the
whole securely about the neck.
Tills 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 that a
llxed scale was dually arranged for
deduction for punched dimes, nickels
anil other piece,. 'The new piece
could be strung without injuring it.
In the west and southwest the one
cent piece was slower in coining into
fawn- than in the east, and the coin
age of the new piece was supp 'sed
to be to meet a demand for which
the tifcent piece is too large ami
the one-cent piece too small.
The thc-cent nickel piece lias been
in use for over IK) years, having been
llrst coined during the latter part of
I lie eixil war or just after that. He
fore that time for many years the
only small change in circulation was
uiiide of paper .Vcent, Id-cent, 15-ceiit
and 'J.Vcciit notes, being issued by the
government. The subsidiary notes
also Included a ,'0-ceiit piece, and all
of these were popularly known as
"shin plasters." The necessity for
t hem arose from the disappearance
of metal money during the war
RAISINGAN ALLEYON JACKS.
CU'tcr .Wrchniilcnl Font Ilecrntljr
Performed nt the Mnaonlc
Temple- In C'IiIchbo.
A short time ago, owing to natural
'causes, the alley east of Hie .Mu.souio
Temple building, nearly U00 feet in
length, 1 auk 12 inches. The idnkhig
was gradual, but when it ended the
alley was resting upon the upper
parts of the boiler and furnace niw-
chnuisms of the building 1. Iilch occu
py the space utiilerneuth the alley'
area, tortunately for tlie utimirrnt
uf teamsters ami truckmen Wuo use
'the alley daily the sinking bad been
'men, without a crack or caing in.
The earth formation earrietl the ns-
plinlt invin down with It iih regu
larly us If tlie sinking hud been refju
Ihted liy itiim insteutl of iiiiture, suya
the Chicajjo Itecord-llenild.
The problem presented to Cnpt.
WllllauiH, Mupcrintcudeiit of the Mu
sonic Temple, wni of either re
moving the old alley and construct
ing u new nnd artilicial one or of lit
tempting to rnie the old one back
to UU ultl level without cracking or
injuring' ' "e deeidetl on the .latter
course. A series of jacks were
worked under the sunken piihbiie;e
way. They upheld u framework of
iwiinil, which extended to all pnrts of
i the alley. Workmen then hcum. to
I slowly screw up the jnck. Thia
screwing up procebs began ut two
o'clock on u Sunday morning unit
wns finished at one o'clock that aft
ernoon. During that time wagons
loaded with coal nnd other tennis
drove through the alley, not noticing
that anything extraordinary was go
The entire mass of asphalt and
earth wns finally brought back to Its
true level without cracking or dis
placement of any kind, und then
given such a new foundation that It
can neer sink again. The expense
wns over $1,1)00. It hus been pos.ihlu
for some time to rnise n brick house
anil move it away without injury to
its parts. Stone buildings nml stores
have also been raised und moved, but
(,'upt. Williams believes that this iu
the first time nn alley has ever been
raised by jacks without interruption
of trafllc or injury to the surface of
open mart for plunderers. '
Thlirei Sell -What They jMatU In Mas-
liu yIU Knorrlc.Kw of Public
In the City of Mexico thare ia n
plftcc known na the thierea' market
that lifts a large patrnunge, some of
it coining from presumably reaped-1
able nntl honest citizens. That such '
n plnce should exist In any city up-1
pent-H inmost iticreoiiiie, yet it con
ducts business with the full knowl
edge of the police, ami with that of
every resident of the city. What Is
more, says the Chicago Chronicle, It
is directly opposite one side of the
national palace, the winter home of
President Dla, and is only oi, block
from the otllces of the city ndinlnls
tratioti. And It is no small estab
lishment, either, such as might l.
overlooked, for it occupies 11 court as
large as a city block, ami Is crowdeil
from morning to night with persons
who are looking for bargains, nnd
know that the place to tint! them is
in the "thieves' market."
Naturally, the thieves themselves
do tint act ns the salesmen for tin
stolen goods. They keep out of
sight, nnd either dispoac of the
stolen goods for a lump sum to 'the
hucksters or allow them to sell for
them on commission. In cither ease
the thief gets little, the dealer is
content with n small profit nnd the
goods, whose original owner is un
known, can be obtained for a tenth
of their value.
To the visitors to Mexico the mar
ket is well worth a visit, even If
-eruplcM of eonreiir.ee hould j: e
the purchase of what are admittedly
stolen goods. There will lx no troiis
bk in fin " the ylpcc,
:Any policeman or fthy cltiien will
direct you to if. It Is' juet east of
the Zocalo the park of th?
peons and acro the Mnct
from 1 he wuth front of the mi lornl
palace. Kven with tills knowledge
you might pass but a high wall, sut'i
as surrounds many of the prlwttc
homes. Hut at the end of the wall
is a huge gate, large enough to drle
11 londetl truck through. Pausing
through this gnte you enter the mar
ket. It is a big, open court, stone
pavetl and .surrounded by buildings
on three sides nntl by the wall on
thy fourth. Seatteretl over this, ar
ranged in .streets, are the booths,
where the stolen goods nre displayed
for sale. These stalls are crude
affairs, I'suaily they consist of a
few hoards, laid 011 supports wh!ch
rnise them two or three feet off the
ground. .Sometimes the goods nre
piled up carelessly on the stone paxe-
incut. Hut over each of them is the
awning of coarse cotton cloth, sup
ported on rough poles, which the
Mexican huckster invariably has.
Crockery, tinware, cutlery and
cooking utensils form one of the
stn'dcs of the market. There is al
vMivs 11 dc!ind for these amonir tli"
poor, and so the ratero gathers
them in wherever nnd whencwr he
can, knowing that they will tind a
ready sale. And it is not only the
poor who buy these things. One
restaurant proprietor in the elt,
whose place is one of the largest
there, admitted that nearly all his
table knives and forks ns well as the.
pots ami pans used in the kitchen
were bought by him In the tbietes'
innrket. He is a regular isitor to
the place, and not long aro he picked
up a bargain in the cdiblu line for
Ills customers in the slinpe of a
young pig. which some enterprising
thuif had gathered in.
How long the thicxes' market will
exist as it dots now there is rone to
teli. It is an old instil it t ion. and 110
one thinks of interferintr with it.
Now and then a stranger, hearing
of its nature for the firs' tini". won
ders how the city authorities can al
low it to tlo business as it does. Hut
the native Mexican and the acclim
atized foreigner accept it as it is,
and instead of objecting to it tiutl it a
i cry convenient plnce in which to
pick up a bargain ami sare thttm
selves considerable money.
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other disease?
put together, and until the last fow
years was supposed to bu incurable.
For k gi eat tunny years doctors pro.
nonnced it a local disease, and pro.
scribed local remedies, and by cob-
startly tnlling to euro with local treat
ment pronounced it incurable. Suionco
has proven catarrh to bo n constitu
tional dicnse, ami therefore rtijuiies
constitutional treatment Hull's Cat
arrh Cure, manufactured by F." J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the
onlf constitutional cure on the market.
It is tuken.internally in doses fiom 10
drops to a teitspoonful. It nets direct
ly on the blood and mucous surfaces ol
the system. Tliay olTer ouo iiuudied
dollars for any ease it fails to curs-
Stud for circulars anil testimonials.
Address F..J. Chrnky & Co , Toledo,
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Halls Family Pills are the host,
Lul us speuk of man as wo hnd him,
And censuro only what we. can sec,
Remembering that no on ean bu per
Unless he uses Rocky Mountain Ten.
-O. L. Cotticg.
It Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry.
Ask to-day for Allen's Foot Ease, a
powder. It cures chilblains, swollen,
sweating, sore, aching, damp feet. At
nil diugglstsnnd shoo store?, price 2fio
A -M jo 0Oqn "OQ i(Mnai! Sou loifl -ppr oJ aiO
eWg i iaupi ii aino sina sossjikIb .wqqorj -MX
t P1X X oav Mmut
tudo. It is an excellent
etc.. and send your pym
i-lrm'f ri om titl,(.4(iiu
don't tako any bttbstituto they may
win setm tt by return tnail prepaid.
.""'l "" tuuio., iuaiuju juupuiu.
Homcseckuis special t'xciifslon.
Homcsofker's special excursions on
lirst and thittl Tuesdays of November
ami December 1001. Tickets will bo on
sale at one. faro plus two dollars for tho
round trip and return limit SI days
from (Into of sale to several different
points iu Manitoba, Minnesota, Ninth
J)nkotn, Sotr.h D.iKotn, Wisconsin and
No)th Michignn, A, tQUOVEU, Agent.
Educate Your Bowels.
Your bowels can be trained as well
as your muscles or your brain. Cas
carets Candy Cathartic train your
bowels to do right. Genuine tablets
stamped C. C. C. Never sold ia
bulk. All druggists, ioc
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 days.
Morton L. Hill of t.elmiinn. Iml. hhjs: "My
wife linil liillnnunatory rlicnniatlum la every
muscle nnd Joint; ticrbulTcrliiK wns terrible anil
her liodynud tore were Kwooleanlmoiit heyond
rccoRiitllou; hnd tieen la bed for hix weeks and
had elht jiliyptolntm. tint received tin hcnifll
initlUhe tried Hie Mtle Cure fur Itlienmntli-m.
It Kiivu ttuii.edlitlu lellut uud nIiu lias ..blu Id
wnlx nliont In three dy. I nm ure It nvrd
her ilfo." sold by II. K. mice. DriiMiM. I id
Rheumatism Cured In a Day
MvMleCurc for rlieiinmtl-in mid nrurli!iH
rexdlh tiircs in ftoni iiiieto tliriu ilujs. Hmk
Hun if.on tin' X'.lein l reniHrtnble nndms
leiluiih. It ri'iuo'vcM nt unco Hie chiikc mid the
dlK'H'elminedlulelydl'.ainienrs. The tlrei ilot
Brentlybenellts. TriCClitK. Sold bv II. K. (Iriee.
Ited fiend Neb.
: 'V'ririrTii v ir-irir-irririrriririrririrjrjrjrvvjrvvjrjnr- rrFvr:s:vTFTv:v:TVTTTfrTfPrTWZ
Farm for Sale
Unit M'ClKili, live miles flnlll lied
Cllillll, Hue litiitl, tif-t l-l rt"-- HllploVc.
ineiy,-. V liiiiuitiu it niil -nnii. Ail
dies .1 W Wai.i.in.
K-tt Cltilld. Nell
M'antkii tvenil w-rMiii of iIiiumcUt nnd
Kood repiitntloti In inch lnie(in,e in tlil eiiuni)
reiiitlrcd) l'rertrPi'l nml mlveillM1 idd etb
IlKlied ui'iilll.i bn'ltie Iihum1 ill Milld ItiiiilirlHl
hlilldllik'. Milnr i IK fk with fXpt-MM'ind
dltloiiHl. nil I niHble ll eiiklt .neh Wedlieilni
direct from heiid nilleth. llorM- mul cnrrlnue
furiiMied when neeeiir lleferenee' En
elope felf ndd l-m-iJ -unin d encliiu ied.
.Milliliter. 'aifn-xlun llulldli): i'IiIciiko
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Tnki- Lux uivi- Kitnim Quinine I'lil'ln.
All iliiiisuNts lefiiml tlin inmiey if it
faiK toeure. K. W (Jmve's tiiKiiunne
ix on eaeli box t!ri'
- ONCE IS ENOUGH TO SEE
Oustave Dore's portrait of Dante is worth
seeing once. Jlut once ia enough. Boiuo
ouch look you notice on tho faces of thoso
who lmve suffered, and still suffer, much
physical pain; people subject torheumatism,
gout, neuralgia, periodio hcadacho, lumba
go, or pain from somo old lesion. This pain-
habit puts ita marks on them, as the custom
of handling ropes croons a sauors angora ,
or as too much riding of a bicycle stomps a
worried expression on certain faces. No
wonder people sulci of the Italian poet as
he passed along, "There goes
THE MAN WHO NEVER LAMMS."
The complaints above named all yield to
the action of Benson's Porous Plasters, and
quickly too. Not only those, but colds and
coughs, kidney and liver affections, all
congestions and muscular strains, diseases
of the chest, asthma and all ailments which
are onen to external treatment. It is fre-
nuently sata tnat &enion$ riantr n -raw
Matter. It cures when others are not even
able to relieve. For thirty years the lead
ing external remedy. The old-style plas
ters, as well as salves, liniments, oils, etc,
hare little or no efficacy as compared with
it. Use it. Trust it. Keep it in the
house. Ask for Benson's Plaster j take no
other. AU druggists, or we will prepay
postage on any number ordored In the
United States on receipt of 25o. each.
Bsabury & Johnson, Mfg. Chomists, N.Y.
.. .... .n . n...4. T1- ,-
NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS
Notice U hereby kItcii Hint the iindi mlKiit-d
on the '-Mill day of March. lfXJf, inuclmhcd of the
county treasurer of WcbMer county. Nebraska,
nt iirlvKtu ale tin followltiK dencrllied lot' old
for ilellmiueiii taxcH far the yeHm 18K8 to IKHS and
sllimted In Ilrd Cloud, to wit: I.ot" 1.1 and 14 In
block 8, In Kaley & .lackon'H nddltlon t the
city of Has Cloud. Webster county. Nebrank a,
i.t.iI la tha natnn nf I.IIPV K HllrllPr.
Alto lots it and 21 In black I, Iu Xaley .1
.lickson'H addition to the City f Ked Cloud,
Webster ceunty. Nebmska. piirchaked at pr vate
pale on siiiao date s abova purchase for dcllii;
niieiit taxes ferlhe years 1KU to ITOHand taxed
in Iho name ef P. I). Yelser. ....
The above named persan and all others who
claim an Interest In any of tho land will take
uollce that tho tltoe or reueroonoii oi emu mini
from satd tax sale will expire on tba SSlh day of
llnrpli. 1D02 after when l may apiuy loramz
deed for all of tho above laud that Is not re
deemed. Mini. Sauix Tomlimson,
Dated tbls 85th day of November, 1901.
In the matter of the estate of Wentel Lavara,
Notice Is hereby given that In pursuance of an
order o' Kd. L. Adams jiide of the dlatrct
rourt of Webster Cotiniy. Nebraska, made on
the 9th day of January, 1W)2 for the sale of the
real estato hereinafter dcicrltied, there will bo
seldatthesastdoorof the court house In lied
Cloud. Nebraska, on the 1st day of February,
1901!, at one o'clocx p.m., at publlo vendue to the
highest bidder for cash In hand, the following
described property, to wilt An undivided 1121
Interest of the north-east imarter of section
eleven In township three In range eleven In
Webster coiimv, Nebraska, Snld sale will re
malnopen one hour. .
.Taxis Kus, Oiiardlen.
By.lt. T. TOTTSB, His Attorney.
REV. L. L. CARPENTER, Wabaah, Ind., id President of tho
Bethany Assembly nt Brooklyn, Ind. Ho is perhaps tho most prominent
churches and baptised 7000 converts. Ho
nlnnollHn tn nliin mil fnaltmni.M net n 1.
,...a...u y n.,u "v wowiuuuj iu w iuu viuuicuuy ui ur. ivay a remedies. 4kA
Dr. Kay's Lung Balm Is tho very best cough, colli and throat remedy MH
that I over used. pvH
I have also received great benefit from tho uso of Dr. Kay's Renovator.
My son had for years been greatly aflllctcd with tho piles; ho commenced
the uso of Dr. Kay's remedies and experienced relief almost from tho
Wehavono words to express our thankfulness for tho benefit wo havo
received as tho result of usolng theso remedies. I tako great plcnsuro in
commending them to tho suffering." L. L. Cakpentek,
Missionary and S. S. Evungollst, Christian CIiubcIi.
Dr. Kay's Renovator.
It is a perfect renovator of tho whole system. It Is tho very best remedy
enM fn.. A - ..1. au..k-1-. I u .1 I f .. . t - . "
say is "just as good," for it has no equal: but send direct, to us nnd
Price 25nts., and $1.00 or six for $5.00.
uu. i. ,1. IVi
Kay Medical Co., Saratoga
Dr. Kay's Lung Balm
cures overy kind of couh, la Krtppc, bronchitis,
horo throat, croup, whooplnif couKb, etc Never
deranges tUo stomach. AtDrutffflsta, lO&s&c.
New - Barber 1
BARKLEV & 5CHAFFN1T,
Hasement Potter-Wright Building. J
j Scissors Ground,1
Hazors Honed, j
ALL KINDS OF EDGES
All tfinftenf htudinr unt'tf f.vi.f.lltmt
prumptly uud sitti.sfiictidn
GIVE - US - A
tho frequent cuo of Api-nillcltl r'iu n Jinjr other wl
loua Ills nhoulct narcr bo nndwltil. Tho objection to the
uhurI cathartic remedlHflii their custlvo reaction which
Increafea ooniJlrtlon Initeiul of curlnn IU rAHKKUS
(IINlIKH TONIO la tho roier remedjr. It actnon ttf
Urcr. and hen uned asulreeted, H'nnanently rciuovca
the voniUpaUou. 60 eta. & Si-OO at oil UruKgUta,
G. V. AKGAlflllGHT,
ARTIST PORTRAIT PAINTER.
UK!) Cl.OUD. Nl:lll!AbKA,
I.iintl.cnpe-, Flowers, Fruits anil For
trnits untile to order.
STUDIO IN DAMF.ltKLL Ill.OCK.
1. B. COLVIN.
AL ESTATE FARM LOANS
l.m.k Ilnx -a. fluldc Hock, Neb
ll kinitsnf pniptfiiy biiiiRlit, sold n.id
anteo Dr.Kay's Itcnovator
. .... ilnnnnnnln mn.H.
pntton, liver and kidneys. Ucst tonic, laxative,
blood purlller known for nil chronlo diseases-,
renovates und lnvlk'oratcs tlio wholo system und
cures very worst cases. Get trlul box at once.
If not satUfled with It notify us, wo will refund
rnonoy by return mall. Write your symptoms
for Frco Medical Ad vtoe, Bomple and proo. 25 &
60c at druggists. Dr. 11. J. Kay, Saratoga, N.Y.
" IU uuru UJfliJvuaiu, .win,.-
B. & M. B.Y
RED CLOUD NEBR.
81. LOUIS and
all points east and
and all point
TWAINS LB ATS AS FOU.OWB!
No. 18. Passenger dally for Obcrlln
and St. KrancU branches. Ox
ford, McCook, Denver and all
No, 14. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
KansHH City, Atchison. St.
Louis, Lincoln via Wymoro
nnd ail points cast and bouIIi i'3i
U,. Passenger, dally, uenvcr, ail
i I01IU8 HI LUIUIHUUi Uu nuu
bliforula ..................... a
m PavuMiecr. dally for St. Joe,
KnnHBH Citv. Atchison, St.
Louis and all points cast and
south -- 10:00a.m
No. 174. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday. Hastings, Grand Is
land. Ulack Ullls and all
points Iu tho northwest 1:00 p.m
So. 13. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberlln. Kansas, Ox
f, rd and Intermediate sta
tlons. via Ilepubllcan ..l2:i&p.m
64. freight, dally, wymore ana
St. Joe and Intermediate
junction points .. 19:45 p.m
63. Freight, dally for Ilepubllcan
oricaiia Oxford and all points
west . I0:40a.m
No. 66. Freight, dally except Sunday .
f or Wymore and all point east 6. SO a.m
Bleeping, dining, and reclining chair cars.
...,. V mot nn thrnllffh triilll. TICKCtS Sold OOd
I baggage checked to any point In the United
. Dtalita att rfainoirlsl
For Information, time ublea,maps or tickets
call on or address A. Conover, Agent, Red
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis. General Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
Dr. Koy'a Utlcure tnrea ak.
llTICUrA female dlscascti. Atdruir
V lillsvlii W Ki8tB u, illustrated book
and advloe free. Dr. U. J. Kay, Saratoga, N. Y. ,
John u. poitrr,
r KTTOHN6Y-HT- L.KVlC,
Over Miztr's Grocery Storr.
Hud CLovr Nkrkaska.
writes: "It affords mo great ?
ni..t. .T- tr - " . . r-
Also Dr. Kay's Lung Balm
, uuuduiiu uiitci iu us UIIU wo
Springs, N. Y.
is uucri'iivu Ann mould know
about ILo wonderful
MARVEL Whirling Spray
luuiictT '9'aaicjnair. injtt
) ana auenon. not-sf
Ml mom i-onvtnlrnt.
.111 lt Kl.. ucrptittin
Other, hilt rnd Ulmi fnr II.
Hit! rated book-.rdf4.lt KlVf
full IMttliulan nnd illrrctinn. In.
, . . .vs.B,,,1sn aurv.
J. S. EMIG-K,
IK YOU WANT IT.
Jrowd Bridge Work or Teelb Withoot Flatca.
irti n the latest Improvement In dental mecb
j You can tie cured of any form of tobacco uslne
easily, be made well, strong, maenrtic, full ol
new life and vigor by taking MO-TO-BAQ.
I thnt mnlral WaV in etmnrf Vint, nntaa
mat maicea weak: men stronir. Many cala
ten pounds in ten days. Over BOO.OOQ
cured. Alt druggists. Cure guaranteed. Uook
let and advice 1'KHIJ. Address STBRI.INO
RBMIiDV CO., Chicago or New York. 437
Genuine stamped C. C C. Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
"something uit as good."
Cltuuti toil bf.ul.liti tb hill.
l'roniiitei a luiurl.nl ffrowth.
never Falla to llertore Ory
xinir id iia xoutniui uoior.
Curt. .cnlp fli.fa.ra h ha.r talllnc-
RENOVATOR Invigorates nnd renovates tlio
system; purines and enrlctios tlio nlood; cures
tlio worst dyspepsia, constipation, headache,
liver and kidneys. 25cnnd$l,utdrin!glsts. free
Ruuvice. sample nnd book. ma,.
lit. U. J. Kny, SnrutoRii, N V IJaosm
Ok CHtCHCQTCR'8 tNQLIRH
5-'i7Jv8A,,':. Alw.j.rfh.l.l. I..df. ... Urn. rlrt
L If ff.U fA. flflflll.VTU'lMi. Vld1W .u.
lot OIIlOlIKSTKIf.s KNUL18II
Jo ItKI aol IJold nictoUIle boxea iftlti
with I. Ilia .. a 'I I. . .aK...-
4 Vai IsincrroD Mubotllutlona ad I rait a
iiontu nuj m your mm gut or ocod 4r. ia
tm'A.rn.r. rllfttliiML, TMtlmsill
"a "iiriier niri.t.aiesV'M utttr, 6y rrs
i i.ir ..aira."fi i.iifr, nj re
I'hlchratf r Cbrmtaal Cal
dlaon I'urL. I'll I LA.. 1'A
. ' -uaiiia
o can suinisb you brick in
tjnt the lowest pos
sible rain. Urick on sale at
either of tho lumber yards.
Get Our Prices Before You
Red Cloud, Neb.
ALWAYS ON TAP.oo
This signature la on every box of the genulno
Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabieu
the remedy that cswoo si cold la osso otajr
FREE flEDICAL ADVICE. 'Vrlteui.
r,,i all your symptoms, ltunovatingtho
system Is tho only sufo uod sure method of cut
InifAll Chronlo Diseases. Dr. Kay's Kenovatot
Is the only perfect system rctiovator. i'ree sam
ples ana book. Dr. U. J. Hey, Saratoga, N. Y.
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