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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1896.
1 and Scissors
We will send FBEE either
largo 2-blado Pocket Knife
with stag handlo, OB, a pair
of 7-inoh full Nickel Scissors
Doth autr.nteed to be bet
Coupons and 40 cents.
You will flnrt on coupon Innld esoh 0 onnoe big,
and two coupon! Inside eoh 4 ouno L." of
Stod Coupon with Nam m4 Attdrtf to
BLAGEWELL'B DURHAM TOBAOOO CO., DURHAM, N. 0.
Buy n bag of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco nnd read the
coupon which gives a list of other premiums and how to gut them.
a CENT STAMPS ACCEPTED.
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Can lit your ec Jtitu,wcll
In the pant lfi years I hnve fitted thous
ands of eyes correotly.
ok 'i RhuHhino? My Spcclnelo Line Is Complete.
lHfon dat ring Also my nne of n kinds of
lVnman'a, do WICICII silver ware, Chulnn,
At Jeweler. . .... ,.
Clocks, KIukn, Etc.
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r work. your oimravmg and your old gold 1 rl0. I 11 lVirTLl .
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FOR SALE BY C. L. COTTING.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
DEAL KltS IN
LUMBER an) COAL
Building Matkrial, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
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u RED CLOUD, - WEBRASEA.-aasaiSM
Rtpreeonta the following companies:
Qornmn Insurance Co., Freaport, III
Hoyul Insurance Co., Liverpool, En(r.
I'bcvniz Assurance Co, London, England
Drltiuh America Assurance Co, Toronto, Canada
Mutual Heaarv Fund Life Association, New York
Provident Suvinps JUife Aenurnnco Society, New York
The Cunard Lino Steamfliip Company, Now York and ltostou
OpriCE Opera House Block, over Mizer A McArthur'e storo
PLATT & FEEES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
ItED CLOUD, NE11.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
boss & RIFE,
Corrected weekly by Red Cloud l'roduco Ce.
Corn new 15
Xvjr eeee ittttii i
"rivy i etee iiimmiHIiii )
1 lXe IW
Hogs 3 50Q3 CO
Butcher'e stock 2 00&2 50
UUllOr m eeee etee eeeeei 1
4K eeee eeee eeee eeee eeeeee v
Potatoes Q 40
Uprlng chickens por lb G
Old keiiB per lb 4
Havner ton 3 0003 Co
Dll CfTCHINC P1LEI
SB v bsh Bhv wvni n u
' OLOTSI.T 4
QASE & MoNITT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moon Ulook. - RED CLOUD. NRlt.
Collections promptly attended to, and
A little flour dredged over the top
of n calu will keep the icing from run
ning. Fruit cake enn bo prewerved for a
long tinm by placing it In n Ikix with
tin npplf, and keeping In a cool pi tier.
If the apple hIiowh hIrtih of rotting, it
miiHt bo replaced by a good one.
A most dcliciotiH homemndc flavor
ing nitty bo prepared by grating Into
one-hnlf pint of alcohol the yellow
rintlK of four leiuonH. Shake this dally
for three or four weeks, and at the end
of that time It will Iw ready for turn.
A Dellcnte Pudding. Cream a
pound of butter and migar, add eight
well-beaten egg?, flavor the mixture
with nutmeg. Lino a pudding dish
with thin puff paste, pour In the pud
ding and net In a very hot oven for ten
miniitt-K. Servo without nance. N.
linked Hunt. Soak the ham in cold
water over night; trim, wipe dry, cover
It with a paste made of flour and water
and bnku In n slow oven. When (lone,
tflke off the crust and peel off the. skin;
nllow to cool, glaze and garnish with
carrots and beets cut Into fancy shapes.
Jiuuana charlotte makes a good
doscrt and one capable of being pre
pared In a hurry. Line tho sldctt of a
quart mold with bIIccs of sponge cake.
Cover tho bottom of tho mold with a
thick layer of thinly sliced banana.
Fill the mold with . tiff whipped cream
nnd net it afildo In the ice box until
wanted, thcu remove carefully from
the n.old and nervo.
Apple Rice Pudding. Pare, quar
ter nnd core three tart npplea and
spread loosely in u buttered agate -pudding
dish. Add three-quarters cupful
of sugar and three tublcspoonfub rico
to one quart of milk; turn the mixture
over th'n apples, spread a few bita of
butter over the tops and bake In a mod
erate oven four hours. Servo hot with
sweetened whipped cream. Orouge
Colds, With or "Without Faver.
On go'ng to bed, let tho feet nnd lep i
be bathed In a warm bath. DrlnkJ ra
ly of warm, thin gruel or warm weni.
tea with plenty of milk in It. If thcut
is pain in tho head, apply amustaid
poultice on tho Itack of the neck ntn
tho skin Is red and painful. If there i-
pain in the chest, thn side or any part
of the abdomen, put tho mustard
planter directly over tho painful part
until the same effect is produced.
A Dannerotu Piuiafre In th Rhone,
llelow Vlviers the Ithonc breaks out
from lt broad upper valley Into ita
broader lower valley through tho de
filo of Donzerc. Here tho foot hills of
tho Alps and the foot hills of the reven
ues come together, nnd behind this nat
ural dam there must have been ancient
ly a great lako which extended to tho
northward of where now is Valence.
Tho deille Is a veritable canyon that
would be quite in place In SlcrrnMudre.
On each side of the sharply narrow
river the walls of rock rlbe to u sheer
height of L'OO feet. Tho rush of tho
water is tumultuous. In midstieam,
hitrrounded by eddies r.nd whirling
waves, is tho Itoelie des Angalals,
ugninst which the boat of a luckless
party of travelers struck and was shut
tered a hundred years ago. Indeed, so
dangerous was this passage held to be.
of old, when faith won stronger and
boatn were weaker than in our day of
skepticism and compound engines,
that It wns customary to tie up at tho
head of the defile and pray for grace to
come through it safely; but nowadays
(with the same practical result) they
put extra n en at the tllli r and clap or
more steam. Thonin.s Janvier, in Century.
SOME DAIRY DON'TS.
Don't think scrub sires can produco
choice stock for any purpose,
Don't keep calve in dark, filthy
places and expect them to thrive.
Don't bo afraid to spend money for
a sir from a flrot-cln&s family.
Don't make your cows drink water
that you could not drink yourself.
Don't feed a cnlf grain before Its ago
is tnilllclcnt so It chews a cud.
Don't try to bo called a largo dairy
man by tho number of cows you keep.
Don't keep a cow a month without
testing her to see If she pay her way.
Don't think that strainers or sepa
rator can take soluble f.lth out of
Don't run or worry cows going to
nnd from the pasture or in the milking
yard or stable.
Don't think to rnlno i calf for timilch
cow und feed It tip to U time of partu
rition for a beef animal
Don't havo pastures so short that
cowt must work every hour of the day
and night to get enough to eat.
Don't forget that a cow Is decidedly
a creature of habit and In till wnys try
to conform to her peculiar hnblte.
Don't feel that jour cowh are wanting
tlmo if they lie in the Rhode and chew
their cud for a few hours each day.
Don't forget to how plenty of oats
and 'peon or corn for green feeding
when the annual shrinkage iu sure to
The use of the surgeon's knife is be
coming bo general, resulting fatally
iu such a large number of cases, as to
occasion general alarm. The press al
most daily auuouuccs the death of soma
unfortunate whose sybtcm could not
withstand the shock of au operation,
nnd whose life was cruelly sacrificed to
the keen blade of the surgeon.
Of course, iu some instances nn
operation is necessary, nud is the
only means of saving life, but such case?
are exceedingly rare. So unny deaths
occur under these conditions, however,
that the public is begiuning to realize
that the doctors are too hasty in resort
ing to the knife, and if such a state of
affairs continues, there will before long
be a general uprising against such meas
ures. It is but reasonable to believe
that the majority of operations arc
unnecessary, but when the fatal mistake
is discovered too late, only the doctors
ever know of their error, and though n
precious life is given up, the public i.i
assured that death would havo results'!
in spite of the operation, and who ia
ever the wiser? .
The folly of resorting to the knife In
cases of cancer, is demonstrated every
time it is undertaken. The disease is
in the blood and the cancer or sore :u
but the outward manifestation of n
terrible condition of the entire circula
tion. To cut out this sore, therefore,
does not in any way effect the disease,
nnd it can easily be seen that the only
correct treatment is to get at the seat of
the disease, and purify the blood; tho
sore will then heal up naturally. S.S.S.
is the most powerful blood remedy made,
and is tho only cure for cancer.
Bho Wan tho first Htur.
Every now and then an uuccdou
comes to the front showing1 that oui
first president liked the theater ok well
ns do his followers of to-du . The point
Is mentioned In one of the many the
atrical storiea inrrated In that new
book: "Shakespeare's Heroines on the
Stage." Says the author of the. books
"A Philadelphia Portia of this same
Reason of 17!)n and 1704 comes of a
noted family, being none other than
Mrs. Eliza Whltlock. the Bister of Mrs.
Siddons and of thn Kcmbkw. In Eng
land, ut the ago of 22, she had made her
j.onuon ueliut as the heroine of 'Shy
lock' on February 22, 178:i, and, though '
somewhat masculine In face and figure,
yet displayed so animated acountennnce
and so graceful a bearing as to win a
moderate degree of favor. A tow years
after coming to this land she enjoyed
the distinction of playing the tlrst'fitnr
engagement on tho American stnge.be-'
ing engaged for $450 und a benefit to '
play at the. Uoston theater In Octolnsr, '
1700. There she repeated her Portia,
contending with the remembrnnce of
Mrs. Powell's Impersonation of a pre
vious seaj-on. She also ha1 the honor of
playing before George Washington In
Philadelphia." Chlcugo News.
I.oril nrumweU's Piety.
The late bishop of Winchester Is said '
to have powesscd among his muny other
qualities that of sarcasm. A good Htorv
is told of a retort made to the late Lord
Uramwell, who, meeting him on his way
back to his room to talco off his robes
after reading prayers in the house of
lords, apologized for having bcu ab
cent from thccereniouy. "When I kneel
down It gives me palpitation of the
henrt," said Lord Uramwell, "and it
would not be respectful for me to sltor
stand while your lordship was pruy
Ing." nishop Thorold, perhaps know
ing almost as much about the old bar
on'H sanctity as did Lord Uramwell him
self, answered In measured tones.
"Pray do not mention It, Lord Urun-
Well! I am Sllte VOllP lnrilslifn nn ln
equally devout vhether you uie stand-
lllir. KUCIMIUl. or Mttlllir I W 1 tint S.Tf
t..f. si rtti - . .... -i
ijwgi tite pmyrtti old jui'g- nf tor
ward inquired who had read prayers
that afternoon, and, on being told re
marked, with it rpnrkle In his eyes:
"He's a hhnrn fellow!" Hmise'hnlrl
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Thirty years ago J. II. (intrison, ol
Plant City, Fin., a innchlnist, ran a
small silver of steel into his right, hand
at tho base of the thumb. The wound
was treated nnd finally healed, the doe
tor cnylng that the steel had been ex
pelled. Hut ever since that time Gar
rison has suffered with severe pains
in his right ami, which he attributed
to rheumatism. The other week tho
pains became more aetite in his right
shoulder. He went to n doctor, and the
doctor drew from jn.st under the skin
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MR. WTZXIAM WAlPOlft.
To submit to an operation, is to volun
tarily endanger one's life, without the
slightest hope of being benefitted,
Mr. William Wnlpole, is a wealthy
plauter residing at Walshtown, South
Dakota, and is well known all over the
state. Under date of January 20th, 1896,
he writes; Aboutthreeyears ago, there
came under my left eye a little blotch
about the size of a small pea. It grew
rapidly, and for the past year, shooting
pains ran in every direction. I became
alarmed nnd consulted a good doctor,
who pronounced it cancer, and said that
it must be cut out. This I would not
consent to, haviuglittlcfaith Jn the in
discriminate use of the knife, though I
was alarmed at my condit on. Reading
of the many cures made by S.S.S., J
determined to give tbatmedichicivtrial,
and after I had. taken it a few days, the
cancer becumeinitntedonttJjegau to dis
charge. Thisnfterawhileccased, leming
a small scab, which finally dropped on,
and only u'i healthy J fcc-kihg littls
scar remained tminrk the place where
the destroyarbad hcldf full swoy .Words
are inadequate to express lny gratitude to
the great blood purifier, S. S. S., and I
of leading other sufferers to a cure."
Cancer is not incurable, but the only
means of curing it is to rid the blood of
the disease. S.S.S. never fails to do
this, but it is the only remedy to be re
lied upon. It is guaranteed purely
vegetable, and cures Cancer, Scrofula,
Eczema, Catarrh, Rheumatism and any
other disease of the blood. Other blood
diseases often develop into such alarm,
ing condition!! that the doctors think an
operott. necessary. Scrofula, for ini
Btancc. 'en diseases the gin mis of the
neck eh nu extent thst-au operation
is inol t upon as absolulcU the only
reliei Tb's in also a gr ve 1 ror, ns the
disem in'i the blood -m' v real blood
remt. it the only cure
An eratiou never d ' '0 a blood
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