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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, FEB. 21, 1896.
..n..i,n(ii?ii-fjf4ll'iiterer bo strengthened ana curca.
country testify to its marvelous success in curing them.
For 6alo everywhere, Prloo, l.00 por bottlo.
THE DFJ. J. H. MCLEAN
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t' ' . rm i'.icIi AiiliitMiuuiil publication, pel
fin "prcfViieil pitailloii"iiiitr.ii,lK limiln.
All mutter Id iiimiii' iiiibllcttii'ii limit bi r
ci hi'il at this ollicn not ('iter tli.tn V.Vdiio- I ,v
AilveriNiini'iitt c.imiot Ih iinlon-il m f i
tl'o pom-lit wi-i'k l.itrr tlian Ihiirvlav,
iriutH, Suggestion inul ItciiiicNlx
For tho Webster County Sunday
1. Our enmity convention, witliout
onii predominating, dellnito imrpoHo,
will not bo worth what it eon In.
2. Witliout a Htiitiiblo urrungomont
of botli topics and speakers to a given
oiul, liutl a sticking to that purpose, our
convenltan will bu a failuro.
!J. It applies to n Sutnliiy .School Con
vention as well ns to any other christian
enterprise, that tho way to Ret a con
vention up iu to talk it up, worlc it up,
prny it up, mrJ pay it up.
1. Urgoouch inumlicr of jour Fohool
to attend tho S. S. Convention thin ear.
Make an extra effort to bo present tho
that day and romain until tho cloao.
'Where thoro in a will, thoro is a way."
0. The program committee linn on
do.tvored to nrriuigo a program of topics
carefully noleetud for tho occasion, thon
selected spoakors and essayists, bo far ite
possible, to tit tho topicH.
0, To auk portions to epouk or read an
essay at a SunUny School Convention,
soleetlnR their own topic, is to belittle
and ileitrndu tho cotiveiition.
7. At our semi annual convention
Inst September, ono failed to bo present
who had beon assigned an important
lujiie, to carry out our program. Pro
cious tune wns wasted trying to find a
substitute Do not lot this occur at our
annual convention; will you?
8. To bo, is moro important tbnn to
do; yot, being good oxouboh no one from
doing good. Como to tho convontion
prepared to do your part. Don't say
"my name is not on tho program; I am
not it delegate; 1 huvo nothing to do."
Look again and you may find jour namo
. AH will htiTo equal rights and tho
same privilege in tho convention, with
the exception of voting; that belongs to
10. When joHgntrwuly to start for
tho convention, bo suro to pack your
sectarianism und loavo it at homo
11. If jou will study and examine
tho program carefully, you will then bo
prepared to desido for yourself which
day or jiart of tho oxerciseH, if any, you
can boBt allord to miss.
V2. Thursday afternoon will bo tho
roundation part of our convention; lot
ovoryono bo present for tho oponinc
Bonjr. ThuiBday evoning will be a prou.
aration of tho workmen, in which all
will bo expec od to tuko part. A Sun
day School Italy Servico; If j)U havo
noyor attended one, bo sure to bo pres
ent. I need not Bay como to any who
Iiavo attended them, aa they will nil bo
111. If thoro is nnv tmrf nf ii,n ..-.-
gram yoii do not exactly understand, it
is your duty to write to nomo member of
tho uomiiiitteo for an explanation.
11. Al work in which any considor
able numbor of peoplo aro united miiBt
have Bomo form or organization in order
to abtain any satisfactory results. Or
ganization condonees power, directs
energj and kivob unity to work; there
toro, t ho oIlicerH of tho county work
dchire to get each township of our coun
ty organised with n full hot of olllcers.
Lome piepared to placo in nomination
the very host person in your township.
It you allow friendship or favoritiBiu
to bo jour guide in this selection, you
havo about one chance in twenty to
Gelect tho right ones, '
10. It is hoped that all fluperintond
onto will keep thoso statomontH con.
Btnntly before their schools from now
until convention day.
Tho little ditiighter of Mr. Fred Webber
Holland, Mrhh., hiul n, very bnd cold f.nd
cough which he had not been able to onre
with any thine. I unvu him r. n
bottlo of Chamberlain's Cough ltomedy.
says W. V, Holdon, nwohaut and post
master at West Brlmflold, and tho next
time I saw him ho said it worked like a
charm. This remedy ia intended eapeo
inlly for aonto throat and ling diseases
noh as colds, aronp nnd whooping oongh
and It la famous for its cures. There is
no danger iu giving it to children for it
contaiaa nothing injurious. For sale by
Deyo A Urice.
Children Cry fot
Many of tho disorders peculiar to
women aro caused by diseased condi
tions of the Liver, Kidneys and Bowels.
Restore these organs to a healthy state
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
LIVER AND KIDNEY
And tho female orcanswill perform
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p7iiiV"eir rcguiur luiituuniuiiu uiusui-
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UUUIbJ IIVIII un f mi w IMV i
MEDICINE CO., ST. LOUIS. MO.
Ida h. Hummol, daughter of Kov. G.
W. and hottio A. Hummol of Hod Cloud
Neb,, died at tho homo of her undo
Martin II. Whito in Mills county, Iowa,
Fob. 10, 1890, at about 7:.'0 n. in. Tho
deceased witri born in Wobator county,
Nebraska, April 1, 187(5. Hho was nine
teen years, ten months and ten days old.
S he resided in WobBter county Binco
her early childhood, until about three
months ago she went cast on n vini'
thinking perhaps it would improvo her
health. The subject of this notice was
quite it sufferer for hovornl jears pro
ceeding her death. Ida has been it lov-
i tig atul faithful christian uinco her eurly
dajs, was teceived in full connection in
to tho M. I- church over two years ago
Her father and sisteiH from lied Cloud
arrived Monday evening and were
present at the funeral which took plnco
on Wednesday, Fob. 11!, at two o'clock
p. tn. at the Pleasant Kidgo church.
Tlie funeral Foniota weto conduetril by
I!ev. L.A. Fleming of Hillsdale, Text,
Jeremiah l.":t. Tim remaiiiH uero laid
to rert in tho Wutighbonsy cemetery.
Itl'V. L. A. Fl.CMI.MI.
a ui:r.i' ov tiii: past.
SiirgUal OpvratloiiN Tor I lie
Cure of IMIcniiihI Kitelal
xo i.o.f.-i:it m::i:nakx.
A .Heillcal DUcovery Wliiili
IVill Mimigo lliu Trciiliiieiit
or All SlUll DiMVllSCN.
Itha.H loin: been thought not onl)
by Home physieianc but by peoplo in
general thai the jnmmoii, painful ami
exceedingly annoying trouble, pibs,
wns prncfualiy inuurahlo by any other
means than u surgienl operaiion, nnd
this heliol has been tho cause of years
of nccdles-H HtilTering, because of the
natural dread of surgical oporatious.
There arc many salves, ointments
and similar remedies on the market
which afford some relief in cases of
piles, hut the Pyramid Pile Cure, is
the only preparation so far introduced
that can be reliably deponded upon to
euro to f,ta cured, every form of itch
ing, hlccdiig or protruding piles.
MrH. M. 0. Hinkley of (J01 Mis-is-sippi
St., Indianapolis, was told by
her physicians that nothing but a sur
gical operation costing between seven
nnd eight hundred dollars could euro
her as she had suffered for If) yearn
yet even in such a caso as hers tho
Pyramid Pile Curo accomplished a
complete cure. Sho says: "I know
an operation would bo death to me
and tried tho Pyramid with very littlo
hopo and it is not to bo wondorcd nt
that I am so enthusiastic in its praise."
iMnjor I)nu of Columbus, Ohio,
says ho hufioroJ for -10 years from
piles and in his caso two packages of
tho Pyramid cured him.
Mr. 1). 10. Heed of South Lyons,
Mich., says I would not tako $500
and bo placed back where I was be
fore I used tho Pyramid Pile Cure, I
suffered for years and it is now eigh
teen moots sincu I used it and not
tho slightest traco of tho trouble has
The Pjramid Pilo Cure is sold by
nearly all druggihts at fit) cents and
$1 per package and as it cantnini no
opium, eocaino or othor pRisonous
Jrug o.-ui he iibcil with perfect safety.
No one need suffer from piles in
any form who will givo this excellent
romedy a trial. Made by the Pyramid
Co., Albion, Mich. Any druggist
can got it for you.
J W Pierce, Republic, la., sajs: "I
hate used One Miuuto Cough Cure in my
family and for myself, with results bo on
tlrely satiBfnotory that I omi hardly Had
words to express myself as to its merit.
I will never fail to recommuud It r m.i,n,
?iV.o7., ,)0l!',8lou tlmt presouts itself."
When Bafcjr to sJck, wo goro her Castorta.
Whaa aba was a ClilU, slio crlud for CastorU.
Wben Bliu bocaino MIih, iJio clan to Custorta,
Wikcn Uio had ajIUrcu, tlio ga o them Custorl
riirnhlivtl IIxprcMly Tor
iced cintid enter.
(Copyrighted, 1800, by W. T. Fostor.)
St. JoHKIMI, Mo., Feb. 22. My last
bulletin gave forecasts of thg s'oriil
waves lo cross the continent from
23d to 27th and tho next will reach
tho Pacific roast about 28th, cross
the west of llo.'kies country by eloso
of 20th, grou central vallejs March
1st to .'id, and ens turn states 27th.
Tin's will bit an important distur
bance, of wide extent and of mora
than usual force. In many parts of
tho continent all tho varieties of
weather may bo bo expected, from
balmy spring dajs to tho uncouth
blizzard, iho former preceding and tho
latter following tho central dates of
The cold wave following this storm
is expected to bring unusually low
temperatures in the great central val
leys that will continue through the
first week of March.
The warm wave will cross tho west
of Hookies country about I'obruan
ilO.t. , I .. .
-mil, great, central valleys March 1st,
eastern states March lid. Cold wave
will cross tho west of Kockics country
about March 2d, great central valleys
lib, eastern states (i h
Till: I.ONO UANOE FOni:CA8TR.
Four times out of five my forecasts
of awrage monthly temperatures
prove con cot and one time out of five
thore is n tevcrsal, a repulse, n battle
lost. Whj ? Hecauso the .system is
not yet perlcetfd.
For tho Mis-ouri, Ohio, and Missis
sippi valleys lorroasts of .January
temperatures proved incorrect, tho
temperatures were exactly opposite
what the calculations indicated. This
applios only to tho total monthly avor
age. Tho changes within the mnml.
camo about as pred.ctcd.
Prof. Uiuelow, of the national
weather bureau, finds exactly the samo
difficulty. He has a twenty -soyon
days period which ho believes to be
controlled by tho sun's rotations.
Ho found this period by a ten year's
record in Kuropo of tho magnetic
forces. Thcen forces seem to repeat
themselves in about twenty-seven days
nnd they (.fleet tho temperatures so
that thoy repeat in about the same
If tho length of Prof. Bigelow's
magnetic and temperaturo period
proves to bo corrcot there can bo no
doubt that it is neatly so ho would
havo a correct basis for long range
forooasts if itwero not for one troublo
About ono out of fivo of these
twenty-seven days periods reverses,
both in mngnctio forco and in the
temperatures and ho has not. so far,
been ablo to discover tho cause.
Tho above will explain why about
ono time in fivo tho long rango fore
casts completely fail as to tempera
tures. This, however, still leaves
about 80 per cent of correct tempera
Tho forecasts for rainfall, with a
fow exceptions woro good, at least 80
por cent corroct and for nil, except
tho northern portions of the great con
tral valloys, tho temperature forecasts
UENKUAI, MAHCII WL'ATMKK.
Temperatures in tho northern por
tion of tho great central valleys will
average low. St. Louis, Kansas City,
Omaha, Davenport, Chicago, Colum
bus, Cincinuati and back to St. Louis
makes a cirolo inside of which will bo
tho lowest average temperature for
March and all around this center of
cold, tho average will tend toward
wanner, reaching to above the narmal
on the Pacilio slope, on the borders of
Mexico and iu Florida, and only a
little below normal in tho remainder
of tha Altantio states and Canada.
Rainfall for March will bo abovo
normal in Florida, East Gulf states,
Cumberland valloy and northern part
of tho Pacific slopo In tho Ohio,
Missouri and upper Mississippi val
loys, uppor and lowor lakes, Manitoba
lted ltivor of tho North valloy and
tho eastern provinces of Canada rain
fall will bo u little below normal.
The above foreotsts, remember, ato
for tho total rainfall and the monthly
averages nf temperature Tho indi
vidual steims, cold waves and ex
tremes of temperaturo will be quito n
Children Cry for
diffetcut chamcur and much moro
About tho first part, mtddlo and
closo of tho month will occur very
groat extiomoa of weather. Tho Pa
cific slopo should prepare for an un
usually stormy and cool period about
the middle of Maroh. About this
liruo all the country east of tho Rook
ies will be subjected to very severe
weiithtr iuoluding a sovoro oold wave.
The dis'urbtnccs about tho first and,
last parts of the month will bu simi
lar, but probably not quito so severe.
TIIH WKATIIEIl DISTRICTS.
I divide the east of Rookies coun
tries into four weather districts and
the Pacific slope into two, becaueo of
tho peculiar atmospheric circulation
that distinguishes each fiom the other
Insect and animal lifo in cash of
iheso districts differs very materially
from each of tho other distriatt and in
timo tho climatos ot each of theso dis
tricts will probably produce a race of
men radically differing from tho racos
that will be produced in each of the
Probably tho northeastern district
should, for several n-asons, bo nailed
the first, tho cast gulf states second,
west gulf third, upper .Mississippi and
Missouri valleys fourth, north Pacific
slope fifth, south Pacific slope sixth.
J ho first weather district covers
the eastern piovincos of Canada and
the northeastern states of this country
ami its weather is uovcnicd by two
p oiilinriiies not to bo found iu any ol
One cf these is the Icelandia por-uun-iiit
low batomctor. This law is
moro extensive in winter than in sum
in- r. It oscillates eastward and West
ward at long intervals and largely nf-
fee's tuu character of the weather on
this continent. When its ocilldtion
is westward about January the coun
ties it covers is treated to u hard cold
winter and when its oscillation is east
ward in January n mild winter i.s tho
In summer this Icelandic low has a
decreased forco and the north Atlan
tic high immediately south of it has
its forco largely increased. Whon it
comes west a summer drouth results
in some of tho Atlantic states and
when it goed cast floods substitute the
This north Atlantic high has been
on a westward swing for two or three
years and in 1S93 it covered tho Ohio
valloy and tho oastorn provinces of
Canada with such great forces as to
alarm all parts of tho United States,
as it scented to indicate a permanent
ohango of olimato.
Rut it will swing back toward Eu
rope and our climate will be restored
if man will ceaso his robberies, restore
tho forests and establish other means
of retaining moisture.
Simon S. llartmnti, of Tnnnelton, West
Va has been subject to nttiioItH of colio
about once a year, nnd would havo to call
a doctor and then HuitVr about twelve
hours UK much as some do when they file.
Ho was taken recently jiint thueame as at
other times, and couolndtil to try Chum
berloin's Colio. Cholera and Uiarrlioea
reuiudy. Ho says: "I took one doo of
it and it gnvo mu relief in flvo minntos.
That is more than any tiling else has
over done for me," For sale by Deyo
School roport ot district 18 for month
oncllnc Jan. Ill, 1890. Thoso ncithor ab.
sent nor tardy during tho month, Lylo
Lippincott, Ulanche McCartney, Graco
Whito, Doru McCartney, Jesso Wagoner,
Joan Smith, Ilnzol Lippincott and Ira
Wagoner. Thoso not tuidy during tho
month, namo as abovo und Walter San
derson, Elua McCartney, Cora Sander
son, Wayland Lippincott and Tenny San
derson, Avorago attendance for tho
Mayo Popk, Toucher.
-ittT KIDNEUIVER egi
Gall stono, brick dust in urino, pain in urethra,
trotnlnfr after urination, pain In tbo back and
hips, sudden utoppairo of water with pressure.
Tube casta In urine, scant urine. Svamp-Itoal
curca urinary troubles and kidney dlffloulUca,
Torpid or enlarged liver, foul breath, bilious
neas, bilious beadaelie, poor dlpestlnn, gout.
Catarrh of the Bladder
Intlaummtlon, Irritation, ulceration, dribbling,
frequent cans, pass tilootl, mucus or tuw.
; At DriicclNtN .',() coiiIh and $l,obsizc.
lnvuai' ouhlu to lliiutli" fwe-Coiwilttttlon tree
Ult. KlI.MLIt & CO., IllNQKAHTO.V, N, Y,
HIRTY yearn' nWrvntlon
million. iofprionH,,:,poJirtts'To1porilt of It without tn.:
tho world hrm ovejpJtnowMItJsJtnrmloaa. Childron Hlto itIt
oiihcmJiMUJtwUiavo tholr Hvoh. In it Mothow linvn
gprnothing which In ftWlutoly Hiifo q,1 prnotlnally porfrct nti q
Cantorla dcatroyw Worm.
Caatoria allay Fovorlnhnoin.
Caatoria prevent vomiting Soar Card.
Cawtoria onrea Diarrhroa and Wind Colla.
Caatoria rcliovce Toothing Tronplon.
Caatoria onroa Comtipatlon and Flatnloncy.
Caatoria nontraH,,, tho offoota of caroonio aoid or pol.onona air.
Caatoria dooa not contain morphino, oplnm.or other narontin pn,,
Caatoria nasfanllatoa tho fnn.l. relate tho atomach and howi.l.r
eiylng healthy andnatnraliHlonp.
Caatoria Id put nn In nB..l "UonlyJtjnot sold In hulk.
Don't allow any ono to aoll von anything nl.o on tho ploa or promlao
that it Is "Jwat aa good" nnd "will antiwar ovory nm-poso."
Soo that yon pot C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A .
Children Cry for
In Ordek to Mark Room
for My New Siting Stock,
For tho next two weeks will sell my "-oods
nt l- great reduction. All goods tire marked
away down, marked so low that no one can
go below my prices.
Of all kinds are marked at the lowest
Give ire a can and be convinced inai wnai I say is iruo.
Mrs K. Nkwtiousk.
Laura A. Gilbert vs Catherine Gar
bor; deft to nns in 10 dajs, pill" to plead
in 10 tin) r nf tor.
Edward Gilford vb L C Gilbert and J
13 Jackson; judgt V3 defts for SiV.VTO.
Mary Sninlerbon vs Geo E Coon shll";
dismib-sed by pi IF.
Lancashire Itm Co vb Androw Erick
son ot ill; Fnle conltrmed and deed or
dered. iMary A SanderBou vb Geo E Coon;
dismiBscd by plff.
Etta SimpFuu, Guardian vs Henry and
Kutio Kit; siilo conllrmed and deed or
dered, judp;t for delleiency vs defts for
Edward 11. Ilodgova A brum Scott;
uirt leave to nno in .10 daH.
James MoKio vb Thomas VttiiKhn;
o?lo conllrmed and deed ordered.
Mary F Johnson va W A Hrubaker;
salo couflrmetl nnd doed ordered1
Ella Luw vflJntnes Andon-on; detlcit
judBt, waived, salo conllrmed and deed
Leonard Hovinn vs Joseph Uonnott;
ealo conllrmed and deed ordored, judfjt
for doticitVB deft 8-J19.i:j.
Mary Starr vs C W Knicely: ealo con-
tinned nnd deed ordored; deficit judgl'l
VBtleft Knieolyfor WHW.i'O in favor of
Soabury L SearB.
Gorman Ins Co vn Chris F Pauzor;
hiiIh conllrmed and deed ordored.
Gorman Lib Co vs II A Slovens; bsiIo
conllrmed and deed ordered.
Deoro Wella A, Co vs C J (uinn; dis
misbcd at piUs costs.
MatiUu E Put in or vs Dennis Llndsej;
uuuiii' ui luiuuiubiiiu ior ?ou.) do, : mn
Willmnn Mcr Co vs 15 V Mizor; trial
to jury, voidict for pill for 8J91.18.
Pates Smith Co vn A M Wultore; ob
joctions to report of refereo over-ruled.
Hoport of reforeo utlirmcil jutlgt vs deft
A Sprachor tr va Wobstor County;
judgt for deft.
J W Kunchey vb WobBtor County;
judgt for doft,
C B Crone vs Wobstor County; judgt
Iowa City Nut Bk vs B &. M II II and
llumphreya; decroo as pruod for.
Goo P Davis vs Goo EQuigglo; doft to
ans in 10 days from 2 lO.'OO.
Roynl Loan Co vs A D Ranney; decroo
of foreclosure for $220. 92.
Goo II Hnrrie vuS II Shirely; trial to
court, drecroo vb doft Shirloy for plir
1821 -18 1st lion, for B O Bates 811.23 2d
Mrs E J Duckor guardian vs Fannio
Iv Brooks; dismissed at pills costu.
Bates Smith Co vb W L Gibson ot al;
decroo vs deft for (531,00.
of Cnstoria with, the patrnnftgo of
in on ovory
Middlesex Co X 1, vs Inane N
Smith; decree vs Smi'h for $1.190.S0.
Poltibono and Ni.x.)n H iluunuii B
Miller; decree for plir on tax gale cortf
nnd titty feo in sum of $:ii:jsi.
Peter Luhn ys Luhn & Luhn; decrco
ub prayed except aH to Gottfried Luhn
Jub S Whito vs Jno W Most; diBtnissod
tit cost of pi IT.
Warder Bushnell & Q Co vaStansor &
J E Sooley vs Cynthia J. Potter et al:
decree va defts for S20S 13.
Nancy Mosteller vs Arnold Mostollor;
decree as prayed and custody of minor
Kobecca A Vroom vs Edward P Dur
din; deft to nns in 10 dajs.
Don't think hi-catitn jou aro siok and
nothing tcntH to give jou relief that you
can't be onreii.
There must bo a euro for yon Borne
whero. If your doctor can't euro you, perhaps
ho hna inUtnkuu the cr.tme. Anybody is
liable to make a mistake sometimcH.
One in three of us suffer from indiges
tion, and one out of three dyspeptics
doMii't know it. Tlmt U, ho may Know
ho U hick, but he blamn it to somuthing
Indlgc.lioniBthocnn.Mof half of oar
Shaker Digestive Cordliil, nmde from
tnnlcj medical root- and horhir, m tho
mon natural, i-llloloiitly, BvliiW fresh Hfu
strcnglh and li-nlilt to siok dyBpopties.
At druggists. A trial bottle for lOo.
'Vlivew Au-ny SSI. ':uu-s.
Mr. D. Wiley ex-poUmaator, Illack
C'rcolr, J,'. Y., was ho badly nillioted with
rhiiiunuilsm that hn was only abh, to hob- '
bio around with caucs and even tliun it r"
caused him great polii. A tier unitig
wnuiiiuoriaiirs ram Halm lie was so much
improved that ho throw away his canes,
llfsays this liniment did him moro good
than nil other medicines and treatment
put together. For salo nt 30 cents por
bottle by Deyo & Griee.
Corrected weekly by Uud Cloud I'roditco C
S'hc,lt so lis
Corn now is
Oats now ,q
Ryo : i
Spring chickens por lb w q
Old lions por lb V
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