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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1895.
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YOU CAN'T LIVE
WETKOUT A LIYER!ARE?ouRKiNCY8ALLRiQHn
DOES YOUR BACK ACHE?
ARE VOU WEAK AN?7HIN?
DOES YOUR SLEEP RESTYOU?
ARE YOU DULL AND BILIOUS?
MARVELOUS SUCCESS haw attended the uso of
DrJJ. McLEAN'S .A BALM.
All who ikc It say II Is The PccrtcSS Remedy for curing all aliments
OF THE LIVER, KIDtlEYS AND BLADDER, FEMALE TROUBLES.
RHEUMATISM AND BRIGHT' S DISEASE.
for Sale by all first-class dealers. PRICE, $1.00 A BOTTLE.
Tho Dr. i9. K. McLean Medicine Co., st. Louis, Ms.
A QUESTION OF PETTICOATS.
i A Large Shipment of
Heath & Million's
I i . . . Paints
J Consisting of House Paints.
p Barn Paints, Carriage and
J Wagon Paints, Floor Paints
j, and colors in OP.
(f) These celebrated kocmU arc the hunt In Hie
world. Wo also carry a complete llncol'
if Oils, Lead, Patty,
9 Glass and
("Jive us a call. We can please you.
Deyo & Gfrice,
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W MP HHVP SODAi
Costs no more than inferior package soda
never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and is uni
versally acknowledged purest in the world.
Made only by CHURCH" & CO., New York,
Sold by troceri everywhere.
Writ (or Arm and lUmmi-r Hook of raluatilo ltfcipm FHI'.K.
EVERY PERSON SENDING-
One Dollar for 'IHE CHIEF for One Year.
nm PiliwhhJ!.0.0 SUBSCRIBERS You can obtain this Handsomo One Dollar Horn,
I?.,.L'',,B U ;:..?. 'SI'.1 '"P.1?0 ' " J Mr. If our subscript on uoca not expire for several
one naf 0Ur rf neal nd Uie dat0 on our P!' ' 1 forward
Size of page, u by nvt locoes.
Elaborate Cover In (fold aid Colors,
Highly Enameled Paper.
JHK contents of tho nrt scries of views
above referred to consists of a selec
tion of HixTV-Foun pliutnuraiililo
reproductions of Mm Columbian Kx
position, and Is ln.iiuublo(mtclla3
should take up thib orrtn
Kxtent to Which Women Mar He Ath
The limit to which women rnny In
dulse In athletic pursuits Is mainly n
question of petticoat. At least thin la
Lady Jf-une's view, forcibly expressed
In the Itcnlm. "If women were wise,"
alio remarks, "they would reconlzf the
fact thnt sport and Karnes, as far ns
they are concerned, are divided Into
those In which they can wear n iettl
coat and those In which they can not.
They may compromise It by the adop
tion of the divided skirt, which, after
nil, Is but the flimsiest Imitation of the
real article nnd Is not at all like a pair
of trousers, but when they put on mcn'H
attire In order to obtain freedom of
limb they lose all Krnec and beauty.
However strong-minded women may
be, I have never yet found one who was
absolutely Indifferent to her personal
nppenrance. That feeling will always
limit n wnmnn'H desire to follow man
into pursuits nnd amusements for
which she Is not naturally suited. She
must In her henrt feel convinced that
she lessens her Influence by diminish
Inp her personnl charms, nnd thnt will
settle the matter. "Theie Is one little
point thnt rnny be raised on the other
Hide, however. If women persist In
wearing knickerbockers similar In style
and mnterlal to those affected by men I
can not pietend that they will look
either galnly or pretty, but I have suf
ficient fnltli In the Ingenuity of the sex
to believe they are eiiual to Inventing
nmethlng that would be genuinely at
tractive. Under present conditions I
am glad to say, women have many
rorms of sport open to them which will
in no way detract from the dignity of
SENSATIONS IN ILLNESS
It Is Curious How a Mini IVrU When
U Know. II Svmln a Dim tor.
"It Is curious," said a man yesteiduy,
"the vmlouH sensations a man x
erlenees when lie goes to see a doctor
or n dentist. There Is u long prelimi
nary siege of mental ngony, nltunutclv
exaggeiatlng and belittling your nil
incut, until finally In a mom. lit of de.s
pcrntlon you decide to go and see what
Is the matter anyway. Perhaps you
have a cold, which has settled on the
lungs and developed it tioublesoine
couch that keeps you awake iilgb--.
The cough Itself Is not so bad nil the
terilble possibilities It mii.'1-..utu viul,.,u
of swift demise fiom pneumonia or slow
wastlntr nwnv with nntiuiiiTii.il... .i... ....
before your eyes, and every wheeze anil
i-ouKii coinirms iiiese teirlhlc picinonl
tlons. If you enuld you would go then
In a hurry, but In tile morning you feel
The cough Is still there, but the ter
rors of the Imagination have fled before
the daylight, so you put It off nnotber
day. Hut finally you decide to go, and,
with dimness born of despair, mm eh up
to the medical man's door to learn your
fate. In case of toothache everyone
knows how n tooth will Imp anil Jump
nnd smart all day until you get to the
dentist's, and then calm down so unlet
and painless that you can't tell which
one was aching. It Is the same way
with a cough or other ailment. As you
go up to the door you secretly hope that
the doctor Is not at home. You pull tin
Uooibell gently, and half wish you had
not come. Thru the funniest pint of It
nil Is how mad you will get when you
find the doctor Is not at home, and feel
ns If you had lnen cheated out of one ut
your dealest hopes."
Killing mi Hlllts.
A long distance race on ntllts Is a sight
worth seeing, even If It were not some
what of a novelty. In this country such
ii thing Is tinhenrd of, but In Krance,
where the shepheids of the I.andes have
hud to use stilts for many a century,
Kueh matches, though few, are not un
known. and curious crowds gather along
the roads to wntch the longlegs go by.
Finm I'nrlii to Ilordeaux Is about ih
miles, and nlong this road last Ascen
sion lny this the great race of the
year took place. In 1M):' the course was
from I'arls to lielfort. which Is the same
distance; wid, though the conditions of
the road and weather were very simi
lar, the times then nccompllshed were
easily beaten, probably owing to the
contest being closer, and the result In
doubt for a lung pe-lod.
A Iletnleil I'rlcnil to the ( lillilrrn.
A Mr. Wood, who lives near Hood's
Mill, owns it veiy peculiar milch cow.
Hhe is Just an ordinary black cow, but
Is so much nttnehed to Mr. Wood's chil
dren that she does not like to be sep
nrated from them. If the children aie
at home the cow will stay In n pastuie
with fence three feet high; but If the
children are taken away she will throw
down even high fences In order to fol
low them. At different times when the
cow would lie in the pasture, Mr. Wood
Iiiih slipped the children away from
home, but when she came up and
missed them she would get out and
track them as a dog would until she
found them, when she would follow
wherever they went Knvnnnnh News.
.,m?N.R,.f,l!0E.NCE FRC!M. PEHTS INVITED. Outfit. eonslstliiK of saniplo of book ana
cample paper, tent on receipt oj ac to pay cost ol wrapplm;, malllug and prepayment.
"In a Hroadwny window the other
dny," said a man of moderate means,
"1 saw some pocketbooks and other
things of one sort and another that wero
mndc of cassowary, pigskin, elephants'
hide and water snakes' skins. They were
beautiful, every one. No doubt there is
a reasonable delight In the possession
of beautiful things. I would like to hnvi'
a. pocketbook, for example, or u card
case of any one of these mateilals, and
yet I feel that I could get along very'
comfortably for iiulte a spell yet with
out a cassowary pocketbook If I had
a little more money." New York Sun.
How Flies Walk on Window I'll lien.
The microscope reveals the nent con
trivance which enables a fly to wiiIk
up a window pnne or defy the laws of
cravltv by eliding along, back down
ward, on the celling. The magnltlei
shows the foot to be made up of two
pnds covered with line, short hair, each
pad having a honk above it. Behind
each pnd Is u bag filled with a sticky
liquid which oozes out whenever thd
fly puts his foot down. The amount
which is pressed out of each foot Ir
very smnll Indeed, but taken altogethei
it is amply sutllclent to hold the Insect
In any position he cjiooses.
A IMmne'H Knr.
The outer enr of a mouso Is a thin, al
most transparent membrane, nnd recent
experiments show that it is highly sen
sitive to movements of tho air which
to human eais do not represent sound
nt nil. It Is asserted on good authority
thnt mice are sensitive to music, nnd
the stories of their singing have been
fully confirmed. They have u pleasant
musical note, icsembllnK that of the
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To Every Subscriber, or to every new Subscriber
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THE CHIEF, Bed Cloud.
Detroit Free Prt-ps: "I fear I am too
joungto lnarry," alio pleaded.
"IJreat Scot!" exclaimed tho (Jliiuupo
gentleman, "you huvogot tu begin mury
ing Komo time"
Hiirpur'n Iliiznr: "Have jou hcnrtl tliut
the big eluuveH tiro going out, Ciuorgu
"WF, my love, I have, but 1 don't b.
"Why not, pruyr"
"I don't believe they can got through
not nnnr llini ir rtnnl mmr Dn nnnnimrnH
n m v. nnun m nr.uiur.mi
. Mwwt (. w. .M.ai.j vviiii I1VIVI iv IIVUUIU1VU
This Uheat Cocan Cdieb rjromntlr cum
Where all others fail. Couch., Croup, lor.
Throat, Hoarseness, whoopins Cough and
Asthma. For Consumption it has no rivalt
has cured thousand., and will cunn to a U
taken in time, Pold by Druggists on a guar,
antee. For s Lomo Dock or Chpsr, uso
BHILOH'8 BELLADONNA PLASTERJ5C.
Havo you Cutarrh '.This remexly is iruararw
Uedtocurayou. Prioe.oOct. Injecibrfree.
for niiIu by C L CotlliiK DniRgUt
Don't lose the opportunities of saving 5
money as they are presented to 2
you by A. Morh&rt & Son. S
We niv here for husineai. Wc want your bnsr
licss. We make it an object to get it by
ottering bargains that will bring people
from far and near.
Remember we are on the top of the heap with .
prices on the bottom.
Far timekeeping nnd dnrubility nothing
boata the Boventeen jewolod
Dkuiiku Hampdkn Watch.
nnd examine thorn. Aleo hio lino of
Plated and solid sllxerwHre, souvenir spoons,
pern Huuiril.il knives niul forks, curving ets,
c.Ulliigcaril rasps, boa bun boxes anil otiiei
noTrltiek. A lino line of spectacles anil ee
plnsici Willi lniercliaiiKutiUilriie. Meel, nickel
sliver anil u-olil fr.unf. Hpecl.il iuul careful at
tention PHliI m llttlnu tin- c)c. My line of Snri
Imml watches Is nulin laiite. I will run tliem on
at less than Hull ui tual wnrtli.
Crr-lrui!ourtcli,rlwk nnri Jejvelry le
p.ui woik,)nurriiuittiia; anil your old ittb
u..d.lliert..u.e. TOSi VKSnx
Oiiu Npct'lalM lor KaliirOny, .liny 1 1
A p m i
r: fl loo Foot misled Wife Glomes Line lor 40 ceois.
We will also continue the price of
nails at 3c per pound.
Remember Hie place and date.
A. Mobhabt & Son.
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