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THE RID CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. li), 1898.
are all gold ns far ns you can e. They lool
like tolid eases, wear lil:c solid ensca, ar.d
are solid cases for nil practical purposes y:t
otdy coat about half as much ns nn out-ana-out
solid gold ca. Warranted to
wear for 20 years 5 many In constant use
for thirty years. Better than ever sinccthcy
are now fitted, at no extra cost, with the great
bow (ring) which cannot be fulled cr tuiittd
eff the case the
Can only be had on thecaies
stamped with this trade mark,
All others have the oM-stjlc pull-out bow,
which is only held to the case by friction,
and can be twisted oft" with the fingers.
Sold only through watch dealers. Ask to
see pamphlet, or send for one to the makers.
KeystoneWatch Case Co.,
THE QUEEN'S PASSENGER.
How mi Old Wnmli'tittrr ltodo with the
The Spaniards are it romantic people,
find tbo queen regent of Spain, Dona
Crlstlne, the mother of King Alphonso
XIII., occupies In thu popular tmiiglna
tinn ii plneu which suggests the chival
rous middle nges rather than modern
Europe. Stories lire continually told
of her kindness and magnanimity
which are probably true, und she ap
pears to have a gift for doing pretty
and Interesting things, like an old-time
"gentlllo laclye." Not long ago bho
was at Huelva, In southern Spain, and
there visited nn old castle whose custo
dian was blind. The old man was on
the point of weeping and exclaimed:
"1 have never had so much causa to
regret my blindness ns now, for 1 can
not see your majesty's face."
The queen answered: "Itut If you
cannot see my fnce you can touch it."
'J'lion she took thu old man's hand and
caused him to pass it over her features,
to his boundless satisfaction.
This incident was more touching,
manifestly, but less amusing, than one
which is recorded as occurring ut re
cently at Madrid. The queen is uccus
tomed to rldu out frequently in tho
country about tho capital, which is
blealc and deserted to tho last degree.
Madrid was built, indeed, in tho midst
of a desert.
On such expeditions tho queen is gen
erally nccompnnied by tho Infanta Isa
bella, the young king's aunt. Ono duy
the driver of the royal carriage became
lost in tho monotonous plain nnd spent
two hours vainly trying to find tho
wjxl. The queen and the infanta were
r Lwbat alarmed
"ffjS at once they camo upon an old
voM-cuttor, who, wh a bunch of fag
ots upon his back, gathered laboriously
from tho stunted bushes to be found
hero and thero, had sunk down to the
gyound, evidently for a moment's rest
"Ho, my good man!" tho driver of
tho royal carriage called out. "Will
you tell us the roud to Madrid?"
"No," said tho woodcutter, "I will
not, except on one condition."
"That you take mo in and carry me
back to tho city."
The coachman declined to do this.
"Very well, then, find tho road your
self," said tho woodcutter.
The queen here intervened. She
ordered to let the man tie his fagot at
the back of the coach and to take hitn
upon tho driver's scat and drlvo him
Tho man tied his rough fagpt at tho
back of the royal coach, mounted tho
box und tho road to Madrid was soon
When tho royal carriage entered the
city in this queer stato thero was a
great sensation, as tho people readily
recognized tho equipage. Tho wood
cutter sat proudly on tho box. When
Ills quarter was reached ho got down
and unfastened his fagot Tho queen
put her head out of tho door.
"(Jo to tho royal palaco to-inorrow,"
she said, "and your service will be re
warded." The old man, suddenly perceiving
whoso passenger ho had been, was over
como with humiliation. Ho stood bow
ing, rubbing his cap between his hands
nnd uttering oxclamations of astonish
ment until tho carriage was out
sight Youth's Companion.
Daring tho prevalence of tho Grippe
tho past season It was a notiooablo faot
that thoso who dopond upon Dr. King's
New Discovery, not only had n speedy re
covery, but escaped nil of the troublesome)
after effects of the malady. This remedy
seems to havo a peculiar power in effect
ing rapid cures not only 111 cases of Ln
Grippe, but in all Diseases of Throat,
Ghost and JjuiigH, nml hurt jur'd eases 01
Asthma and liny Fever of long standing.
Try it nnd be convinced. It won't dis
appoint. Free Trial liottlcs at C. L.
(Jotting's irug more.
Porhnpa boiuo of our renders would llko
to know in what respect Chumberloin'a
rough llomedy id butter thnu any other.
Wo will toll j 011. When this llemedy is
taken as booii ns a cold has been contract
ed, mid befora it hr.B become settled in the
system, it will counteract the efl'cctof tho
cold nnd greatly lessen it's severity, if not
effectually cure tho cold in two day's time,
and it is tho only remedy that will do this.
It nets in perfect harmony wltii liuturo and
nids nature in relieving the lungs, opsuiug
tho Fccretinns, liquefying tho mucos nnd
catifiug its expulsion from tho nir cells of
the lungs and restoring the system to 11
strong und hoalthy condition. No otln-r
rhinedv in the market tuiBsfsscs tliono ro-
mnrkublo proportion. Noothor will cure
11 cold bo quickly or lonvo the system in as
Rotind 11 condition. Tor sulo by. Dejo
Children Cry for
POTTERS AND DUST POISON.
They Huffer 1'rom Kiplrntory Troubles
mill Finally Die.
Potters nro among those who suffer
most neeutely from tho Inhalation of
dust. The atmosphere In which they
work is charged with minute particles
given olT from the dried clay mid from
the ware as It rapidly rotates under
the worker's tool during the process of
finishing. Tho evil Is aggravated whon
thu workshops are low and ill-ventl-luted.
The visitor who llnds his way to tho
cheerless regions of the potteries may
very likely go away with tho impres
sion that the operatives tiro not partic
ularly to be pitied. Hut tho mortality
statistics of the potteries suggest that
a denth's head and crossbones would
bo an appropriate trademark for the
district. Statistics glvo but ft faint
and colorless picture unless ono can fill
In the gloomy shadows which arc as
sociated with the region of prematura
Tho aspect of tho potteries is, in
truth, funereal enough for anything;
tho peoplo pass from tho white powder
of tho factories out into & blackness of
street worse than that of Manchester;
thu forlorn and dilapidated appearance
of a great part of the streets and build
ings, tho ragged odgos of grimy brick
which forms tho outskirts of tho series
of towns, and above all tho dreary ac
cumulations of broken potsherds from
the factories and slag from tho adjoin
ing mines are, perhaps, not unfitting
surroundings for a district whero it is
tho regular thing for tho pooplo to fin
ish with this lifo beforo they havo
reached two score and tan. The aver
nge nge of tho malo potter is forty-six
and one-half years.
The dust does not kill suddenly, but
it sottles year after year a little moro
firmly Into tho lung, until a case of
pluster Is formed; breathing becomes
more and more dlflkultnnd doprossod
and finally ceases. Homo processes aro
much moro deadly than others. The
Women who scour tho china, for in
stance, arc oxposed to a perpotual cloud
of tiny particles of flint dust tho jag
ged edges of which nro peculiarly in
jurious, and tho "towers," whoso busi
ness it Is to put a flno surface on tho
revolving pinto by mennsof sandpaper,
are oxposed to tho constant play of tho
clay dust. If these two classos of
workers wero Isolated, tho death sta
tistics would bo something appalling.
It is a raro thing to find a woman
who has worked for any time in either
of thoso departments free from respira
tory troubles. Hut nil who deal with
the clay suffer more or less. Taking
tho dcuths among all classes of male
workers in the potteries, tho percent
age caused by phthisis and respiratory
discuses is throo times as great as for
the rest of tho adult population. Lead
poison is another of tho potter's ene
mies. Tho glnzo which glistens upon
our cups and saucers contains a largo
quantity of raw white lead and all the
horrors of lead poisoning by the quick
and by tho .slow method aro suffered
by those classes of workers who handlo
it beforo it in fired. Fortnightly Re
view. A FOURTH OF JULY IN MEXICO.
Th Texan Had Fought Against tho Flag,
hut HU Heart Waa Tru a.
A number of 1 old-timers wero discus
sing their Fourth of July experiences
the other evening. "In 1870 I spent
the glorious Fourth! in Chihuahua,
Mox., and tho Americans there came
near having a chanoo to fight for tho
flag," said Davo O'Neil. "Most of tho
Americans wero southerners and Tox
nns, and all were determined that the
Fourth should be properly celebrated.
The Mexicans at that time did not llko
Americans, and thero was lots of bad
blood between tho two nationalities.
Tho day of tho Fourth early in the
morning wo ran up tho flag of tho
United States on the fiag-pole in front
of tho hotel whero the Mexican ilug
waved on fete days. All wont well un
til about twolvo o'clock. ,
"Ily that time tho Mexicans began to
gather courage from liquor and were
ugly. A crowd collected around our
ilug and made slighting remarks about
our country nnd celebration. Tho
crowd increased in numbers and cour
age, nnd finally someone suggested
that they tear down tho flag. Tlio sug
gestion pleased tho mob nnd they
started to follow it out Hut beforo
they succeeded a big Toxan backed up
against tho flag-pole. Ho drew a
couplo of six-shooters, and, pointing
them at tho crowd, drawled out: 'Hy
tho eternal, I fit ngln tlint flag for four
yenrs, but tho first man that touches
it I'll blow him to tophot' Tho mob
drew back afraid, but became wild
with anger nnd reformed to raid the
polo nnd its bravo defender.
"The news of tho Texan's stand
sprend llko wlldflro, and all the Ameri
cans In town ran to his assistance. We
wore about two hundred ln number
and scnttered thu mob of Mexicans
without trouble and placed n strong
guard around tho polo. Tho militury
governor of tho state sont for a com
mittee to confer with him. Wo iuslstcd
that ho should send a company of
soldiers to gnard tho flag before wo
would withdraw our guard. Ho hud
to consent or wo would havo captured
the town, garrison of soldiers, and all.
The flag waved proudly that day and
for two days afterwards, and nil the
time it was guarded by Mexican soldiers
und tho Texan, who Insisted upon see
ing that the soldiers did their duty."
Denver Field and Farm.
To Keep Out File.
Files may bo used as scavengers, but
wo have no use for them in tho parlors,
nnd it is said that they havo 110 use for
sweet clover or tho fragrance that
comes from it, so that a few sprays of
this plant, or a cluster of tho sweet
tassel-like heads as a bouquet on the
center table will keep them out Fly
traps probably draw moro than they
catch. Footo's Health Monthly.
A lll Drop.
Friend Have you dropped any fle-h
since you bought n bicycle?
I'ulfer Gad! I dropped oxactly ono
hundred and ninety-six pounds the Oral
lime 1 straddled it Truth.
ALL SORTS OF OMELETS.
Hero Aro Many Variation for llrcukfnut
nml Tea Dlihes.
That omoluts are excellent In winter
nobody can deny. Hutomelots In sum
mer aro a positive blessing. They aro
light, delicate dishes that can be eaten
when thu mind revolts nt meat und
will havo none of fish. And there Is
enough variety In them to uvold mo
notomy.oven if they are made almost a
l'luln Omelet Heat the whites of six
eggs stiff, and tho yolks to a thick bat
ter. Add to the yolks a eup of milk,
pepper and salt, nnd a tablespoonful of
bread crumbs soaked In milk. Then
stir the whites In lightly. Have ready
in a hot frying pan a large lump of
butter. When It begins to boll pour In
the omelet and set over a clear Arc.
Avoid stirring it, but as the eggs be
comu ibin slip a broad knife or cake
turnur under them to guard against
their burning. In less than ten min
utes tho omelets will be done. To get
the omelet safely out cover tho frying
pan with a hot plate, bottom upward,
nnd upset tho pan. Eat at once.
Hum, T'onguo or Chtckon Omelet
Mako as plain omolet is made, but
when it Is dono sprlnklo the minced
moat over the top. Then with tho
cako turner fold tho omelet in half,
Inclosing tho moat Or, if you prefer,
stir tho minced meat into thu omelet
mixture just before frying.
Cnullllowor or asparagus omelet Is
made by stirring very finely chopped
cauliflower or asparagus tips Into tho
eggs just beforo pouring into tho pan.
For tomuto omelet spread tomato
over tho surface when cooked and
double. For herb omelut stir Into the
plain omelet mixture just beforo cook
ing two tnblespoonfuls of chopped
parsley, green thyme and sweet mar
joram. Cheese omelet is made by light
ly stirring in grated cheese with
chopped parsley. Sweet omelets nro
delicious as desserts for homo lunch
eons and teas. To make omelet soulllc
by frying beat the whites of six eggs
until they can stand alone. Heat the
yolks stiff and stir Into them slowly
four tablcspoonfuls of sugar. Put Into
a frying pan two tablcspoonfuls of
butter and heat to boiling. Stir n tea
spoonful of vnnilln into tho omelet,
whisk tho white in very lightly and
pour into tho pan. It will cook In a
fow minutes, but tho turning knife
must be used constantly to keep It from
sticking to the bottom or sides of tho
pan, ns tho sugar increases tho tend
ency to scorching. Turn out upon a
very hot dish, sprinkle with powdorcd
sugnr nnd servo at once.
linked omelet souftlo requires six in
stead of four tablcspoonfuls of sugar,
and is flavored with tho juice nnd half
tho grated rind of a lemon. Mix us for
fried omelet, pour into a buttered dish,
and bake for five or six minutes in a
quick oven. Servo from tho same dish.
Apple Omelet Peel, core and stow
thi;ee largo apples. Heat smooth. Add
a teaspoonful of butter, three table
spoonfuls of sugar nnd a llttlo nutmeg.
Heat the whites and yolks of four eggs
separately. Soak about a half table
spoonful of bread crumbs in somo milk;
add to the yolks. Stir tho yolks into
the apples, add n little rose water and
stir in the wnitcs. Warm and butter a
doep bnke dish, pour in tho mixture
and bake until delicately browned.
N. Y. World;
When They Aro on Horseback Every
Kentaoklan la frond of Them.
I was in Frankfort tho other day and
saw a sight tlint wns enough to cure
any ordinary enso of sore eyes and to
mako tho blood of a Kentuckian danco
through his veins llko ohampagno and
his eyes sparkle llko the "moonstone."
It takos a combination to produce this
effect on a "native born," and tho
blending in this case was most har
moniousa lissome young miss, as
graceful as a sapling maple, mounted
on n blooded bay thoroughbred, with
limbs ns koon and swift as the "black
tail" of tho boundless prairies of the
west Sho camo down ono of tho shady
avenues of elms and wator maples, that
aro called streets at Kentucky's capi
tal, at a clipping pace, and, halting
suddenly beforo an old-time mansion,
dismounted nnd ran laughing in, leav
ing her horse modestly to wait for his
little mistress to return. I watched
tho pink face, goldon hair nnd hand
some riding hublt until thoy disap
peared within the wide- open door, and
then turned my attention to tho horse.
His bridle was as delicate as a silken
cord and on his back was a flat, En
glishman's saddlo with one small
stirrup. As I stood looking, tho young
girl camo bounding out the gate and
mounted, evidently plcnscd at tho
harmless admlrattoii of a stranger.
"How do you manago to stick on that
saddle?" I asked.
"O, it's the cosiest thing in tho
world," sho said. "Father is uneasy
sometimes, but I always liked a man's
saddle best," nnd bounding lightly to
the horse's back, ln another moment
she was out of sight.
"That's one of tho Kentucky girls
wo llko to read about," thought I; and
as I turned away I had n feeling akin
to sorrow when I rememborcd how tho
graceful, healthful habit of horseback
riding wns falling into disuse umong
the Keutucy fflrlsof the present day.
Louisville Courier Journal.
Observing tho llules.
Tho visitor at Chicago's chance was
seated at a table in ono of the high
priced restaurants on tho exposition
grounds thinking of various things ns
he read orer tho bill of fare and ob
served tho prices.
"Hy thunder!" ho exclaimed to tho
waiter, "haven't you got any conscience
at all in this place?"
"Beg pardon," replied tho haughty
"Haven't you got any conscience
conscience conscience don't you un
The waiter picked up the bill of fare
and began looking it over.
"I don't know if we have or not," ho
said. "If we have, it's on tho bill; if
wo uln't you've got to pay extry for it
Them's the 'rules, sir." Detroit Fro
Pried Veal Cutlcts.-Tlio veal should
bo cut thin, pounded and fried brown
in sweet lard or beef dippings, then
dipped in a batter of half a pint of
milk, beaten vg, salt nnd Hour, und
fried again until brown. Spoirtifulsof
tho batter may bo fried and f.orved
on slices of meat I'arni, Field and
Tea Mufllns. Two scant measuring"
cupfuls of flour, three teaspoonfuls of
baking powder, suit, nnd ono table
spoonful of sugar. Stir these together
nnd ndd one full cup of milk, stirring
round nnd round. Lastly add two tnble
spoonfuls of melted lard and butter.
About ono rounding tablespoonful will
make two when melted. Put Into nn
oven not too hot at first, and increase
thu hent as they bake, llnho about
tweuty-flve minutes. Good Housekeep
ing. Snow Custard. Soak half a pack
age of gelatine in a cup of cold water
for half nn hour, add ono plntof boiling
water and two cups of sugar, stir until
the gelatine mid sugardlssolve, squeeze
In the iulco of u lemon, bent tho whites
of three eggs, add to the mixture when
cold. Set on ico to thicken, put in
smnll cups to mold. When firm, turn
out into a largo glnss dish and pour a
quart of rich custard around tho sides.
Servo very cold. Home Queen.
Poached Eggs with Velvet Sauce.
For six eggs take half a pint of good
chicken or veal broth well seasoned,
thicken It slightly and menutlme poach
tho eggs; lift them with n skimmer
each upon a square of buttered toast
and pour the snuco around. Whtto
snuco may bo substituted whon tho
dish becomes poached eggs with cream
gravy, or you may uso brown gravy of
nnysort Tomato sauce poured over
poached eggs laid on tonst makes n
most delightful und savory breakfast.
Yeast for Hot Weather. A corre
spondent says: You will find this will
keep well in hot weather. In four
qunrts of wator boll two ounces of hops
half an hour, strain and lot stand until
lukewarm, then ndd two tablespoon
fills of salt, one-hnlf a pint of sugar
nnd a pint of flour. Mix nil smoothly
together; on tho third day add three
pounds of potatoes boiled nnd mashed.
Let It stand over night; strain, bottlu
nnd keep In n cool cellar. Stir fre
quently and keep near tho fire whllo
making. Onu-hnlf a cupful will make
six good-sized loaves. Prairlo Farmer.
Irish Potato Souj). Peel n quart of
nice white potatoes, and boll them in a
gallon of water. When thoy nro well
dono, take thorn out nnd mash fine.
Season with peppor, salt nnd butter to
taste, nml nUil two onions chopped flno,
or a bunoh of celery chopped line, if
preferred. Iloturu tho mixture to the
boiling wntor, and lot it boll flfteon
minutes. Hoat very light two eggs,
into which stir a cupful of sweet cream,
nnd add it to tho soup. Many persons
also like to have two or three slices of
toast put in with the cream. Let the
whole, boll up once, nnd serve. This is
tempting both to the oyo and tho
palate. Harper's Hazar.
To Presorvo Citrons. Pare tho clt-
trons nnd cut them into slices about
an inch and a half thick, then Into
strips tho sarao thioknoss, leaving them
the full length of the fruit; take out
nil tho seeds with a small knife, then
weigh, nnd to each pound of citron put
a pound of white sugnr; make a sirup;
to ten pounds put a pint of water and
simmer gently for twenty minutes;
then put in tho citron and boll one
hour, or until tendor. Ho fore taking
off put in two lemons, sliced thin seeds
taken out and two ounce's of root
ginger. Do not let them boll long
after lemon and ginger nre added; do
not stir whllo boiling. The above Is
very flno if carefully made. Detroit
AN EXPENSIVE ROADBED.
Mahogany Used aa Ties, but Found Too
It is not often that ono henrs of tho
employment of mahogany as cross tics
in the construction of a railroad, but
such an occurrence actually camo to
pass. In tho winter of 180 1 a railroad
was in courso of construction from
FortSmith, Ark., to Llttlo Hock. Funds
wero low with tho promoters of tho
enterprise, who finally found them
selves forcod to surrender tho proporty
to tho creditors. The road, which was
graded part of tho way and a portlou
of it in readiness to receive the rails,
was purchased by two English capi
talists for a incro song. Shortly nftur
making tho acquisition tho English
buyers sot out to mako an inspection
of their property.
To their great nmnzement they dis
covered that tho cross ties laid upon
tho bed nwnlting tho rails were hewn
from solid mahogany logs, a raro nnd
costly hard wood. Great ranges of
these tics, of the same material, lined
tho grade awaiting to be put down.
Tho shrewd English purchasers chuck
led with delight 011 making tho dis
covery, and sot to work at once to have
the ties convoyed to Littlo Rock. Thoso
which had already been laid down
wero taken up nnd added to tho stock
of the mahogany timber. Tho tics
wore forwarded thence to Now York,
iiinn which plnce tho timher wus
shipped to Englnnd nnd sold. The sales
of tho ties alone netted tho speculators
a haudsomu profit, nnd in lieu of ma
hogany ties a cheaper wood was sub
stituted by tho Englishmen in the sub
sequent construction of the road. N.
(Ileforc marriage) "O, my darling,
your voleo is ns musical to mo us a
vosper bell, whoso tones fall softly on
tho perfumed evening air. Speak again,
beloved, for J could listen toyourvoico
till thu stars are extinguished in ever
(After marriage) "I havo had just
about enough of your noise, old wo
man, and if you don't stop it I'll leavo
tho houso for a week." Drake's Maga
zine. Kuro Hlffn.
Farmer Plantain I'hllo Hay has gone
out of his mind.
Joblots You don't say sol"
Farmer Plantnlu rinm crazy. Don't
know his neighbor'! hogs front JiU
own. Judge. -
sammmmmmm m mm mm m m rm
H (01700! Supplies n
; Our line of the above goods is com
SJ plete and prices the lowest.
Deyo & Grice. 2
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Dot itall owl when eontbtd or bruthtd f It U full tf dmndrmft
Dott your ttalp itch t Xt U iry or in a htattd etndUttn t IflhtM
mre corn of your tymptomt be earntd in lime tr yM ttill iMiw
C SKOOKUH HOOT HAIR GROWERS
Is hrt you tiMfl. Its prodnetlon Is not n accident, hut tho retail of selMtMa ro
March. Kucmlodsoof tho dlicswsot tlio lialr and sealp led to tbo dtsooTtrrof how
to treat lltm. "skookum" contains nolibtr mineral nor oils. It is aotaOT.Vut
a jlrllfhtMlly coollni and refreshing Tonlo. By tt imalatlng tot f oUMilas, ft sspf
falling linlr, curtt dandruff and oroto hair on bald htadt.
. wrjuipini Kiip Birao.nroiinr ana mo rromimuun(fTUBUOBa.ByiM
it your ami
yonr dniMMt eannot
crepald, on receipt Ot price,
4. 1 w ftur o
87 South Fifth Ave.,
Those WoiHtcrTuI aliuitn In
If yon wish to see them call on Deyo ,fc
Grice und ask for negus LlttU Giant
Fills. Ercry bottle guaranteed.
Pint Class Hoarding
Mr. S. Bajlcs wishes to announce to
tho public that he is prepared to take
boarders at $3.50 per week, sleeping
included. Apply at 4th Avenue
Conl, Flour nnd Feed.
Don't jou forget tlint L. P. Al
Jo glit sells more coal, flour or feed for
$1 than any one. Sco him.
A New Joke
On the livor. Whon it 1b out of order
nnd you feel blue, try u few doses of
UeuL'H' Littlo Qliint Pills. Your liver will
spprecloto tho joke. So will you. For
sale by Deyo k Grice.
A. II. C.
Asthmn, Bronchitis and Consumption
result from n nogleoted coagh or cold.
Don't nogltct but euro promptly with a
few doEos of Heggo' Cherry Cough Byrup
Sold by Deyo & Grice.
Wright keepa tht best
in tht market.
UoloShtrwnod and Albright for year
groceries. Thtykaep tlabsstinUwn.
Tlio Army Hill
Is not the ono that worries us but the
doctor's bill. Keep n supply of Ilaggs'
Family Medicines on liPiul nnd reduce
your doctor'fl bills 1)5 per cent. Bold by
Doyo & Grico.
MoNitt will exchaogo flour nnd feed
ut cash prices, for corn, onto or potatoes
ut market prices.
Hay! liny! Hay I
Bids will bo received nt tlio lted Cloud
Marble Works for 50 tonB of first class
prairie liny, to bo delivered at Hod Cloud
nil properly stackod nnd weighted. Hay
to ntund in tho stack 30 dnyo beforo it is
measured. 8 cubio feet to constitute a
Than toko in nny othor form In what
mnny peoplo think nnd Parks' Ton is
miirin for lust those folks. It oures con
stipation nnd though not a cathartic
moves tho bowels every day. Sold by C.
. ,, 1 r
First clnnscooda und reasonable prices
enn always bo found at W. W. Wright's
I !'" I
Thooo accomodating storekeepers,
Bherwoed it Albright the grocors, study
to pleast their ouBtomeru. Cull and Be
thorn whon in want of groceries.
The Demon or Despair
Insomonin, nnd its twin brother Dtb-
popsin, nro tho offspring of a disordered
stomnoh. A posllivo euro is found in
Hogg's Dandelion Hitlers. Sold by Deyo
This remedy is so woll known nnd so
popular ns to need no speoinl mention, All
who hnve usdd Electric Hitters sing the
name song of pralso. A purer medicine
doei not exist nnd it is guaranteed to do
all that is elaimed. Klrotrio Ditters will
cure all diBcnsen of the Livor and Kidnoyi ,
will romovo Pimploe, Dolls, Salt Ilhoum
and othor nlTectlons caused by Impure
blood. Will drivo Malaria from tho sys
tem nnd provont ns woll ns cure all Malar
ial fovors, For euro of lleudiiuhv, Con
stipation nnd Indigestiou try Eloutrio Hit
tors 1'utlre satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded, Price CO ote. nnd 1,00
per bottle at C. L. Cotting's Drugstore.
?i)!'0?Kwn ft BvaP " destroys parawu tnou, cMftt tmm
aunnlr too. oaad dtraet to bl aafl wa wrM tanraM
drewtr, LOU par bottUl tot ft. Bttf, Mo,f
New York, N. Y.
HIIHTIAN riiurcli-Mrrrlecs Sunday at 10 iJO
y. n 111 mill 7jm p tin HuiiilaysclinniHtlinauii
Y V 0 K nt 0:30 p in mid V V H O K Juniors at
fiON(l1tl!(lATlONAt Cliurrli-HerTlces at 10j
3 n in, mill 7:30 11 in: ttumlny seliool at II im
11 111, Y l H () K at 0:30 p ni mid V V 8 0 K Jun
ior nt 4 ti m.
lfl'.TH()l)IST fhurrh-yenrlee nt lOtMn.m.
urn 7 no p. m.. K11 worth League at t30 11.
: It : p.
111. niiimny nt'niHii ni i
wi'i'kn. Iiv niiiiiiliihimnt.
I UIIIKIIAN Ihurcli-Ku-fy third Humlar
MJ iiiPtnliii: at to o'clock.
(jA.lllui.:uchurch-ervlces by appointment.
I fSrr I tTFtiii nrrii -"NoreKiiliir serrlcfs, mm-
ilay school (reKular) at 110011. UY r U at
iIAl,KI-aiiuiluvscliuelat3i m orerjr buu-
jOU W Kncli alteniHto Tuesday eYeuln.
IM:n Ailliem Lodge .Nol8s 10 OF every Hon-
fiAi.ANlllKIiilBj'Noaa.KnlKhlB of Pythias
-J ThlirsiLty cvcnlnu'.
a,J of America, nil
Ii iiu wn. P.W1IVHI ,ii-miliril 4
nltfriinio Weiliu-silay QTeiilni
K?f. flM fcf.tll.tH. V .....
VA-.l.l.V Uiilue No c, FrnleniRl Onlr r of Fro-
tuctors. Ill si and llilrd Honda nf it-rli
illAUITY IioiIko No 63 A F and A M each
- Frnlny evening on or before- the full moon.
R Kli Cloud Chapter No 10. HAM alternate
CYRKNIJ Cninmaudery No U alternate Tliurs
rillAltlTV Ch.iptor Kastorn War No 47 alter
irnlo Tuesday evening.
GAK.M1.M1 Post Nn so (I A H Monday even
lug 011 or licforu the full moon.
G AUFIKl.li W it () No H meets alternate 6a
' imlHV afternoon.
MAHY SKIiltS McliKNUYTentNoUDaufht
crs or Veterans Monday evrnlng.
HK KAI.KY Camp No 13, 8 of V Tuesday eve
nlng. CIIKKMAN I'lrclo No 3, ladles of the O
J lli it and third H.itunlay evening.
1 Ml UI.OUI1 Council No IR UiynlMystla tK
JV Ion ot America first mid third Friday eve-
m. . J. . . , ' V. . W "
ji"'nn,"ni nyarno uanaoook wrttat
i 1 . t. 1' u-uwr, nuw jc
!iuct Durenu ror socurln. patsnta la Atarte
tbo pubiio tif a nolle (tra tn of urt fa tti
tsrsestelrentstlon of aar selratlta
world. Hrleodldlr llluttratod. Mo
man should bo without It. Vfeoklj
oarl SI-OIIX month- Adttraaa ltn
l-uu-uusus, 30 uroaaw.jr, nw Xi
Notice to Tcachcra. .
Notino is hereby given that I will
examine all persona who Biaj doiirt
to offer themselves as candidate!., for
tcacliois oftlio pubiio schools of thin
couut; at Red Cloud on tho third
Saturday of eaoh month.
Special examination will be held
on tlio Friday proceeding the 3d 8t
urdty of each mouth,
The standing required for 2d end
3d grade certificates is the same ho
lnide below 70 per cent., average 80 (
por cent; for ilrst grade certificate '
no grado bolow 80 por cent., average
DO ner ocut. in all branoliei required
D. M. IIuNiin, County Supt.
Taylor keeps the largest and beet
selected alook of wall paper ever
brought to Red Cloud,
k 8oIentlflo AbimIom
m Agency fcrA
jB SvhTi Til II !llP',
T0 K 1Ip
D 1 i
!il' .f..i.r. fe.:-.1JP
"iiwiuiajriW Akii'Jpj4iiR.' X?j
u-Niw -wl6liw ii)j;jtrCTg'J,'tl'"' fWttutnir
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