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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 10, 1904)
Women as Well as Wen Are Wade!
miseiaoie ny nmney ana
Kidney trouble preyc upon the tnind,
viKor nuu em-emu
when the kidneys tire tl
out of o-'cr or ills- I
Kidney trouble lms
become so prevalent
that it is not uncom
mon for n child to be
born nfilicted with
ienk UiilnevM. If the
the flesh, or if, when the child reaches nil
uic when it should be able tocoutiol the
paisnp., it is vet nfilicted with bed-wet-tinu,
depend upon it, the cause of IhoililTi
cultv is Uiduev trouble, and the first
btep" should be towards 111. treatment of
these impoilaiitorKans. I'lus unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased condition of
the kidneys and bladder and not to a
huhit as most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made miser
able with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same weal lemedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is fooii realized. It is sold
by ilniKKirtn, In fifty- ,-fer-v,
cent and onechdlarirtljJr; .-StSq
sie bottles. Yon iii'iy ,-"'.5; ir.fld 1
have a sample bottle :Uzz22B-- ,
by mail free, also a iimnn of sw(imi-noct.
pamphlet tilling all about Swamp-Root,
lucludiiiL' many (if the thousands of testi
monial letters received from sulfejers
cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
Itiui'hiiiutoii, N. Y., be sure and mention
this paper. Don't nnke any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kiliner" Suamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Hinghiitnton, N. Y., on every
Lincoln. Ni:h Juno f!
Thu democrats of Nebraska, or ut
east those of them who arc in tho se
lect circle- which Kunounds Mr. Bryan
mid absorbs Ids political ideas from
nctuiil contract, have about determined
that tiioy will sucnllco everything clso
in Nebraska tills yinr, and endeavor to
trade through their camlidato for
governor and carry tlio legislature. A
governor and a senaor would cuio
thorn to rejoice exceedingly, and while
t is doubtful If tlio shrewd politicians
themselves believe for n moment that
' they have a ghost of a chance to win
these two oillces even by saerillelngall
of the other candidates, still they nniit
put up .some kind of a front and make
Home show of being busy in order to
keep Mr. Bryan's friends loyal to him
and enable him to retain control of the
state organization. Tnree months ago
theso same astute leaders solemnly
ussc orated, that thu new revenue law
was so clumsily constructed and would
work such a hardship upon tho common
people that the fusiunists would make
a clean sweep of the ticket, incliiiliiu:
senator, and land the electorical ticket
with a goodly margin to spare. Now
nil they want Is a legislature "for Mr.
Bryan's sake," and a governor for tho
Biike, of course, of the gaunt and ema
ciated pie-hunters who for four long
weary years have been kept from
feeding oif tho public. Tho governor
hits the privilege of making all of tho
bettor state appointments and for this
i uason only, tho assault Is to bo made
upon that section of tlio republican
t t 1
Tho republican who trades a vote to
a fusionist this year, merely trades
Homothing for nothing, for thero is not
u candidate upon the ticket who needs
a fusion vote to elect him. All that
need ho done to sweep tho plattor clean
is to follow tho sage advise of M. A.
Hanna and "stand pat" for tiie ticket,
from Koosevelt to road overseer.
t t t
Again comes Peter Mortensen with
tidings of another record-breaking
stroke of business in tho ntato treasur
er's olllce. During the six mouths, just
passed Mr. Mortensen has redeemed
more than cii.lS.iHX) in state warrants
than being by far tho greatest amount
ever cancelled within tlio samo length
of time. Six months ago the state was
more than twenty-six months behind I
in discharging its debts, and now about
t wenty mouths Is all .that is i equii ed
Mr. Mortonsun's monthly report
shows a treasury balance of c.'Vi.oiW.iiO
of which sum $'jni5.u:n :t0 Is being hoi I
in the school fund to lie invested in
state warrants later on in accordance
with Mr. Mortenscn's pot method of
"keeping the money in tho family" by j
borrowing from tho school fund instead I
of tlio bankers and brokers who in
former years played shuttlecock with
the state funds by borrowing money
from tho treasury at a low rate of inter
est and immediately investing it in
warrants at au increased rate.
I t t
Governor Mickey failed to yield to
tho entreaties of tho friends of Tom
Dounlson, the Omaha gambling king
..... .u r-..... tm n 1
:ures Cuts, BuriiH, UiuiIhuh.
cures Sprahiw uml Struins.
NrT?-v-Tr A N
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jmii iioHtiivuciiru mi- rura,
- ';:;;; - 1:!
oomplicltyJIlii tlio Pollock (Ihiinotui
robbery, unless the courts intervene In
Dciiiilkinil l limkliiL' it luinl Hc'lit
luniiiHt extradition, lmvliiK-ntfic(l thu
(lUti'lut. four! of Uouelus county with
it.a (o lmvo tho extradition papers
State , Food JCYmtnl'-sioner V. '!'
Thompson has Issued his llrst bulletin
wheiein is set iMirth tho lesult of the
stite ihemlst investigation of vine
gars under tho statu law. Tho bulletin
calls a spado it spade, gives the name
of the iniiliufncluier and the brands
iiudcr;vhlch his ptoducts me sold and
tolls what in wiong with tho goods, if
anything. Tho analyses prove that
many brands of vlnegais sold as "puto
apple cider" lack solids, are colored or
otherwise adulterated, ami a-e rank
violations of tiie puto food law. lh'
tallers will ho given a reasonable time
In which to cease handling tho con
Treasurer Morten-en lias announced
that he has selected Uvevelt llabc.ock
as his deputy to succeed his father
Herman A. Uabcock, who died last
Sunday. The appointee has had the
proper business training and exper
ience to qualify him for the position,
having been head bookkeeper tinder,
Auditor lie- ton. At present lie is
bookkeeper for the Union Mutual Fiio
Insurance company of this city. He
has not yet untitled Treasurer Morten
sen of his acceptance, but It is tinder
stood that ho will take the plum in
case his present employers nro wi ling
to release him.
t t t
Chairman Lehr or tho republican
state central committee lias been tin
nhlo to join t lie ot her committee oillcors
in their seal cli for a suitable location
in Omaha, on account or thu illness of
Mrs. Lehr. Mr. Lehr made a Hying
visit to Lincoln Friday, that being his
llrst appearance at state headquarters
since his election as chairman. He
hopes to be able to plunge into cam
paign matters within n few days, and
present prospects are that the head
quarters will be tnovod to tlio metro
polis the last of this week.
If tiie olllco has not been "seeking
tlio man" in Nebraska this year, in the
majority of cases it is true nt least
that the olllce has allowed itself to bo
overtaken at, sligh cost to the pur-
surer morris urown, cuuumuiu iw
iittoriioy-k'oueral, says in his sworn
statement filed with tlio secretary of
statu: "The nomination catuo with
out expense, though on my most
urgent Invitation." Lieutenant-Gov
ernor McCiilton also was economical,
expending but $2.8.") in the chase for a
renoniinatlon. .1. L. Mullrlon expend
ed u total of 8137.77 In order to bocoino
tlio party candidate for superintendent
and II M Katon, candidate for land
commissioner, expended Sti'J.ltO. K. M.
Searle, dr., gained tho uuditorship at a
cost of J83.ti.'l. and Treasurer Morten-
son was renominated at an expend!
turoof&JO. The principal item in all
of tho larger statements was for head
quarters ut convention timo.
t t t
Statistics just published by Labor
Commissioner Utisli show that the
products of Nebraska packing houses
last your reached a grand total of
$0:i,15:),0.'U. Tlio farmers and stock
raisers of Nebraska were paid
e8.,238,o'27. which shows that the
finished product was worth something
over eight millions more than on the
t 1 t
Prof. Clark, for many years presi.
dent of tlio 1'eru Normal, has resigned
and .1. W. Crabtree, state high school
Inspector for tiie university lias been
decided upon as the most competent
man to till the vacancy.
Frank Barker Doesn't Have to Work.
li'itker is not repu'ueil hy the prison
nutliuritiein work. A coiulemed ni'ir
bus piivileges at, the peiiitontinrv not
j accorded to the othuM, ninl Hirki'i
j passes Ins time reailini; and sleeping
I Ho doei not appear 10 ho won led ovm
j his approaching death and oecaionh
1 stndls in the prison j ant, just outside
the hospital building in which the cnl-t
for miirdeiers nre sinu'ed. K'O'entlv
lie wrote his rolatives that he unj iyeil
the treatment aceordoil nlni an I bail
no complaint to make ol his accommo
dations. Mis case lias not yet been
appealed Tlio otln r day Warden
Hunnier iiupured of Hirfcor concerning
an npp'ial Murker had not thought
much about It, and siud that Ids attor
n'V hml not t-dd blin whether an
.... . .
jiu tibe ior over bixty years.
cures SJmivIii iixul RiiiKlione.
m . . . .a
ctlfiiM nil lurtUH ol XCIleuiuutiHiu.
IN TIIK COt NTY
Stnlc of XcIimMiii, I
etjter comity I
In the mutter if the estate of .Jninc McNtilt,
Nottco i lierctiy given In nil crMm linilnir
rlnlni" Hlul iIpiiiiiiiiM niiHlli'l .Intnc .MeVutt
Into of WMiMpf rniintr ilmiHstil. Hint thu tune
tl.xeil for lllliiKi'liilinHiwiUli'lunM I'Mntu In Mx
inonlln f ror-i Hie VSlti 'hi)' of .1 line lim.
au .in li t,..rv,.nv nri ri'nii roil to i.roont tin r
rlnlm nllli tin- voucher" lollmC tmty.JtitlKPof
snld futility, in liiiollli'u therein, on or hufoie
the t'litliil'it of Id'cctiilirr imi: niifl nil chum
hjIIUmI will lii'lu-iiril liefore the mlil Jtulne on
tbeBViliilm of liii-imtiiT r,l niniie nVloufe
... . mill iIih'i ilu nil i liilMrntot l iilloueil oin
)enr from the. :t-( !- f tu um In which In,
pny IlimliUils iilltiwiil Kiilintiilil eMnte. ntnl
sen lt ihe mil e .... I
il-At A. II KirsKV
jiuiiJi t"iitj .liiiluf I
R 1: 1) CLOU I)
N ! II If A S K A
OOIL KS? STATE
ISEl ............ tklTB ..
Some or the tlnest fnrmi and
city property in Webster Coun
ty, Nelniiska, for sale Prices
ranging from Slo to &27t per ncro
J. P. HALE,'
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
INfLAMMATOKV ltlini'MATIsM Cl'KSU IN
Morion I., lllll, of I.chmioii. Inil., snys; "My
wife Iimi IiilhunintUorv ltheumntlm In every
mtucle ninl Joint, her Mtlt'erliiR wan tcrrlhle
mtil her hotly ninl face were Mvnlten nlmosthe
joinl recoKiililon; IikiI heen In heil six weeks
mnl' hml elKht phyKlclnn. hut reeelveil no
benefit until Mio trleil Ihe Mystic Cure for
IthciimnUsni, It unve ImmeilhUo relief mul
'he wiih utile to wnlk nliout In three ilnys. 1 nm
sure It suveil her life." sold by. II. 13. Orlce,
DriiKKlit. lied Clotul.
appeal would he tiled or not. Liter lie
consulted with several lawyers and
then aildresseil a letter to his father
ami another brother. Ho is still undo
ci.Jed whether lie will appeal or not.
The Burlington's Low Rate Summer
(Jo somowhero this summer; if not to
St Ijou;s then to the mountains, lakes
or seashore; oxainine this, gieat scheme
of vacation tours:
St. Louis 11 nd return: All kinds of
reduced rates daily besidos special
coadi exclusions each Monday in June.
Chicago and return: Either direct or
via St. Louis, daily low rates; also very
chenp June 10 to 20.
Indinnpnlis and return, $22 20 June
20 anil 27
Atlantic City and return, $N7 70 July
0 ami 10.
Cincinnati and return, $21 70 July 15
1 to 17.
Dohvor, Colorado Springs, Pueblo,
(Jlenwood Springs, Salt Lake, Hlnck
Hills praticallv half rates ail summer.
Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin,
'I tie Lake Itosort", and Lake Steamer
Tours very favorable rates stopovers
ai St. Louis,, on through ticket? see
tho grandest creation by the hand of
man. Ask the agent for full details,
L. W. WAKKI.KY,
General Passenger Agent,
A womnn writes to this olllco that
she is sick and tired lieariiur of "capa
ble" women. She writes that when a
woman is capable' you can depend up
on it, she knows it, and has a Ki'eat
deal to say about how much easier it it.
to do tilings her. self than to show some
one else, when, as a matter of fact, the
person she is trying to sli .w can do
things as well as the "capable" woman
only tho '"capable" woman does not
think so. And then the "capable"
woman works so hard, and gets so
tired, she is not aide to make herself
iik'reeable, and overyono dislikes her.
If tlio "capable" woman works down
town, her associates do not do the
work "her way." and she k'ots into
quia rols with them, if she lives at
home, she cannot keep "ho'p." If sho
coi's) into society, she cannot keop
friends, and, concludes tho correspon
dent, "preserve mo from dying in tlio
house with a capable woman."
CHIEF $1.00 PER YEAR.
for Mini, I5euhtV Poultry.
heal, OIU StwreH qnloUly .
. MEXICAN j ,
cure Cnkccl Uildcr lu -uwn.
Now, delicious sunnner
drink Wo liuvo !" dir
ro.'ent flavors in
loc meals served; lunch
at all hours
1 The Bon Ton I
IV. 5. liluSSn. Proprietor.
Onlcr to Sliow Cause.
IN TIIK I'ul NTY COl UT.
stntc of Nt'hrii'kii.
"ebtci oiuit. I
At n county rourt held nt llic county court
room In ninl for mlil coiintj, Wfilncsilny,
5Iny Jl, A. I). IUJI.
In the innltcr or tlio eslnto of Illchnril Ken
on tenilliiK Hint llllnt; the pel tloti of I'nrnlltic
Ki'huIl 1) Ifl on tin- Ulsiiln; of Mny A 1. U I
iiriijlnu for Hi vxntnltmlloii mil ii'luniinri' ol
lier'tiiml nt count of the iimi' ihite. Hilccrte of
1 1 -s 1 1-1 1 1 1 n lit of the IiiiiiI" lieloiiKlli;' to mlil
cstnic In tin jicrsm." ciillili"! to Hit' iiiinc nn
nnliT illlrllniHiiK Hie rlilni' ol i'rvi"i.il es
lute iim Iheii iiioli nil imliT illsehnrt-'liiK her
from luitl cr Imr li-n mill M'rwce In her k.iM
Iolhee ii eMciitiir
onlereil Hint rue" y. thulllh lny of .lime.
.A l Iimi ill 10 o'clock ii. in. liS'lKiiel for
In iirliiu mlil .i-tlllii i. v.heu nil icron inter
cieii in sniii mutter mny nprcnr hi n eunnij
conn to he hclil In ninl for smiil county ninl
show ciuiM' why prnyerof ttltlouer kliould not
he urnnteil ; ninl Unit notice of tiie pcmlnncy of
"iilil lictl'liiti ninl Hie licnrliiK thereof he rIvi-ii
lo nil per-oii" Inleresleil In uhl iniitler. hy tiiilc
lisliliiir copy of this onler la llio lied c'lnml
I'uor, n weekly newpnptr prluteil In lil
conniy. for three coinucullve weeks prior tu
MiM ilnv of Jiem las'.
A. II. Kiir.NKV.
Application for License.
Nntlce N hereby Klvcn Hint u petition Hlirned
by thirty or more rcldeiit freeholders of the
precinct or Onk Creek. Webster county, Je
iirHHkH.hns been tiled with the clerk of snld
county. irii)ltm tiiHtu llceus be umuted by
Mild county lo A 1. Ornhcn lor the Nile of mult,
plrlluoiis mid vinous lliiiors. In the vlllace of
llo-eiiiout In 'iild precinct, lhat nctlon will be
Uken nt the llit nieetliiK of His bourd of county
cmninlsslunvr. Iiini 'JUth, A. 1). I'.ui.
i: s, (iMimai. County Clerk.
Dateil this 20th dny of Mny, 10,1.
Notice of the Proposed Refunding of the
Water Bonds of the City oi Red Cloud,
in Webster County Nebraska.
Public notice h hereby Rlvnii. pursuant to n
rctolutlnti duly ielni ed by the Mayor Mulr-nun
ell of the city of lied ('loud, in Webster county,
Nebraskrt. mid entered in the mlnttiCK of their
irorceilliu;s, of the rCKiitar incelliiK' '"-'Id June
That whereas, there nre certnln outstnridliiR
mnl iiiiinUd witter bonds of sp( cliv of lied
1'loud. In themuouMt ot J.-V.'0'O of the original
iuc of jJj.OHo beiirlns Interest nt fix ier cent
Vcr iintmu. whlci were voted ntnl nutnoried to
be Issued April .. Is-T. mid nre now payable
nt ihu option of Mild elty nud soon to full duei
which bonds It Is de-ired to ttiLv up mnl ntnl
pay oir by the Issue, mid mleor tt-eli-ui'Hiid
t'xcluiiiKU therefor of nhe boiiln of such elty
for the snld nniouut due. but ittn lower rule of
Intetest. purunnt to the revisions of rlmp
terO (espeelnllyseelloiH 38 to 41 Inclusive) ol
the Compiled M itules of Nebraska, lfltfl, iCoh
bey'M Annotated stntue 19li:i, kcctlous It.?bO lo
Therefore snld Mnjor nud counrll wl.l. nt
their rewulnr jchsIoii at the Klremnii's hull In
said city of Ileil Cloud, on July flth, l)l, nt H
o'clock p. in. of said day. lake up and consider
said proposition nud n proposed ordinance pro
TldliiB forniieh refunding of mid outsandliiK
Indebtedness; nt which time and place nny tax
pnjerof Mild city of lied Cloud may file ohjee
Hour to such proposed nctlon.
,h. II. Tout.
City Clerk of the clty'of Ited Cloud
(Seal.) Dated June 'Hi, 1!WI
Order to Show Cause.
IN THE COUNTY COUhT.
State of Nebraska, l
Webster County, f
At n enmity court held at the county court
room In mid for snld county, May :11st, A. I).
In the ma'ter of the estate of Gourde (ilbbons,
On remlliiK mi l 111 Inn tho petition of Mrv A.
I.nrnway, prnytiiK that Hdmlulstratloii of said
estate mny be grunted to II, II. simoon, nr ad
(irderi'd, that Monday, Ihe lllth day of June,
A. II I1.) I at to o'clock n tn Ik usgliuieil for
hearliiK'iild petition, wneu nil persona Inter
ciilcd lu said matter may appear hi n comity
court to l4 held In mid for said county to chow
iinehy praver ot petitioner should not be
Krmiied ; and t'lnil notice of iliu (.eudaney of
said peilllon nud lienrliiR Ihereof bo kIvimi lo
all ptrsoiiH Intcresitd lu mild mutter, by pub
llshliiK n cop) of this order lu the Ited Cloud
fillet, ii weekly ncnupaper printed lu Mild
comity, for three consecutive weeks prior to
said dnyof hemliiK.
sKAI, A II KKKSKV.
JiiiiIU County JtlilKC.
Annual Estimate of Expenses and Re
port of Revenues Received.
The followliiK Is the miiiiial estimate of ex
pt'tn-chiif ihe probable amount of u.ouey ucccn
Miry for all purposes to be raised lu the cllv of
I toil i loud. .Nc.luiskii, duriui; theeiiMiliiK llseal
r'or olllii'.s salaries $1111)0
For slreelsiind ulleys M'l o
Kor costs mnl expensi'H of UtlKiitlon . . :) in
I'or supplies mid prlutlUK loo oo
For niiiliitiMiani'i' mnl care of cltv wilier
workH W t"
Tor inteiesi on water liouds ir i) ii
Kor luleiest on ulectile Ihiht bonds. 3i!'i 0
K-jrcaiilliiKi'iilniiil Ineblentnl expenses iKI Ul
For health protccllou iiKlut coiiIiikcouh
Tho followliiK Is n statement of thu entire
revenues of said eliyoflted Cloud for the past
llseal j en r.
Collected lu Ktftieral fnr.d - IW 'j"
Oitciipiiilnii tax collected 'Will it)
From Juditmeiit fund li'inn)
From water fund lMi :0
From Insurance companies IW 00
K. W. ltoss, Mayor.
FoiiT, City Clerk.
West for Horno ullmeutH.
Kent for Cuttle ullnV-nt-.
iJent for Sbcc9 ullincuts.
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Sl,.l .-!.'.. - f. ..". 1 ?.-1 .. . J JCfif.1.".'
;. 'i.o'.- if.' J! '' ry ie!''V.,'"i-.-'':'''','i'
;...,.; :i.v. .'..'. iO ..-.. KW'-''.'Ji".'...'..!' - - ,i"?::..,.,i.
City Dray and
K. AV. HTlDKIIAKKH, PH01.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the LowcsV
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAiS EXPRESS CO.
4) ib kfa k ti ifc b lt U ii i ifc i tb Ui klol Uoi Ut k UV0 b k lb tit
Do you know that it will pay YOU. as
well as US, to buy your Huihling Ma.
terial and Coal at our yards? Not only
that our prices average lower, or uc
least as low, as those of our competit
ors, hut hecai'se wo tnko especial care
of and protect all can bo classed us
H K (J U L A II C U S T O M B U S .
TRADERS LUMBER CO.
Lumber and Coal,
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
Red Cloud, ... Nebraska.
Ml 1-2 Conffroaa St.
POBTLAND. MAIKH, Oct. 17, 1901.
I conalder VVlno of Cardul anperlor
to an doctor's modlclno I oyer used
and I know whereof I speak. Iiuf
fered for nlnp months with suppressed
menstruation which completely pros
rated me. Pain would shoot tnrongb
my back and sides and I would bare
blinding headaches. My limbs would
swell up and 1 would feel so weak I
could not stand up. I naturally felt
discouraged for I scorned to bo boyond
the help of physicians, but Wins ot
Cardul caino as a Ood-send to me. I
felt a choneo for the bolter within
week. After nlnoteen days treatment
I menstruated without suffering tbo
gonles I usually did and soon became
regular and without pain. Wlno of
Cardul Is simply wonderful and I wish
that all suffering women know of ltd
Treasurer, Portland Bconomlo League
Periodical headaches tell of fe
malo weakness. Wino o Canlui
cures permanently nineteen out of
every twenty cases of irregular
menses, hearing down pain3 or
any female weakness. If you aro
discouraged and doctors have
failed, that is tho hct reasou in
tho world you should try Wino of
Cardui now. Remember that
Iip.iiI.ipIipb mean female weakness.
Securo a 81.00 bottle of Wino of
Umbers up Stiff JolutH.
l-netrmos ,1? the very Voiie.
always gives tuitlBfactUu.
ii ii ii ii ifc li lb vi i tb Lit ti ti lb ii A it U vli lb lb lb lb ik C
kgk CHICHCSTCR'8 ENQLI8H
T.v OrlslaRl and Only Ucaulnc.
BVyis.8AFE. AiaiiarfUibU l.itlt, Uroirlrt
ror uiiiuir-simyn rMiui.ia
Id 11ED D'I Gold mitiHIo bom !
villi not rlSSoo, Take other. KrM
Daactrau HsballtuUan aad lailta.
Uoaa Buj or your llrunlil. or mbI 4. lb
limp, for Particular. Tcatltaaalala
ul "Heller for Ladl."fi I'litr, b; r
tara Mall. 10,000 Tntlanalali. Sol4ba
444 MadlMa Maaarc 1'UlLiu Ha-
Don't Be Fooledi
Genuine ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Is put up In ul.lte packages, manufactured
exclusively by the ftadison Htdlcint
Co., Madison, Wis. Sells at J3 cents a
package. All others are rank Imitations
and substitutes, don't risk your health by
taking them. TIIHOENUINfi makes sick
people Well, Keens you Well. All honest
bcalers sell tho Genuine.
HOLLISTUR DHUO CO, Madison, WIs
C1'!'.,'i iml tiriutiflci thr hilr.
l'rorin.tf a fuxuritnt (rruwth.
tin er Folio to Rostoro Oray
llt.tr tu Its Ycuthrul Color.
Cuni :p diiir u hair ftllltg.
a -. u mle'l.M at DnigcUu
H. B. ASHER,
Oi' tho Kansas City Veter
inary Collect) Oiileo ut 10.
lohtistun's, thu liriek Uarn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY AHENDED
HUD CLOUD, - - NEB.
At Blue Hill llrst Tuesday in each
National Republican Convention.
Tickets- on mi o .1 mo 10, 17, 18, 10
mid 'JO, tinal rutti rii limit June liOch.
318.70 (or tho round tilp
A. CoNovr.it, Agent.
cures Frostbite and Cullblalua.
Met tblnff lor a lame l.orsc.
- MEXICAN .
drives out all influminatlon.
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