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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1897)
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FROM FOOT TO KNEE
Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony
From a Terrible Sore Her Story of
the Case, and Her Cure.
"l'or nnuiy je.iri I wti nllllcU'il with n
milk Ivg, mid 11 U w jiurs ngo It broke out
Innboronnit spread from my foot to my
knee. I sutured grtat rigony. It would
burn nml itcLi all tlie tune mid dlsvlnirgo
n grmt dial. My hinlth wak good with
the exception of thli core. I tried n grout
lnnuy kinds of nnv, but hoiiiu would
Irritate, the sore nJ that 1 could lmrdly
htftiid tlio inln. I could not go nenr the
Are. without suffering Intensely. Someone
sent mc ikijkth contnlnliuc testimonials of
cures by Hood's Bun-nparlllfl, and 1 told
my huslmnd I would like to try this med
icine, lie got me a bottle and I found II
helped me. I kept on taking It until my
limb was completely healed. I cannot
praise Hood's Harnaparllla enough for tho
great bcncllt It Inn been to me. It
cleanses the blood of all Impurities and
kavcB It rich anil pure." Miw. ANNA C.
I:aki:N, Whittlesey, Ohio.
You can my I lord' Hnrsrrnrllla cf rll
druggists. I'.t -i.ru to get only Hood's,
UK- lliu IllVol llO (.1111, l
c.i'.li.iitie. fr.OD j:c.
11 i.iti i i r
J'UllLisllKi) UVKISY riJIKAY
Entered at fie pot oltiet at Ite'l Cluuil, Nub.a
The Hul Cloud, Neb., I'll IK F,
weekly, is rrcdtleil with Hit largest
circulation ncconhd to any tajicr in
Ikd Cloud or in ' biter rountyor
in the Fifth Congressional District.
Printer's Ink; July 'Jit, MU7.
"Many men of many minds," jut
about lltH ilie nonunion of the repre
sentatives and senators Jnow pouring
into Wasliington by every train. Upon
whether these many minds can be pot
together or ai leaM a majority of them
will depond whether this session of
congress will ho productive of import
ant legislation, aside, fiom disposing of
soinowhoru In the ueighborh tod of a
billion dollars, and always regarded us
n matter of course legislation. A fow
senators and repiesenlulives aie ex
pressing Uat-footed opinions as to a hat
will or will not be done, but the imiHt
of them, knowing how largely the inut-J
ter will be determined by eiroum
stances are keeping iiuiet and Hying
to iind out what their colleagues think.
Fresidunt McKiuley is paying special
attention to republican senators, as ho
lias an idea that if he can get them to
act as a unit, enough other votes can
bo secured to pass several measures lie
wants. The house will, of course, do
anything he wishes.
While it may he tiuo that tho admin
iMtallou desires poaco and uxpects
peace with Spain and nil tlio rest oi
the world, it has boon doing n large
number of thlngsof late which indicate
both the desiru and the intention to bu
prepared for war if il- .should come.
One of these things was tho placing of
a contract for war material, in the
shape of the latest improved armor
piercing aiiiuuition, ami light calibre
guns, Mich as can ho used with advan
tage upon auxiliary cruisers, 'lhe
contract, which is the laigesi placed
by Ihogovcriiinuiit since the close of
the civil war, was marked 'tiige.nt,"
nml the delivery of the material will
lie rushed. When ihii contract, ami
ojher.s whie'.i n ivc proc-do'ljit Ii tvo all
been filled, eveiy gun in tin I'.iiwd
Slate, navy will have about live htiu
ilted rotiiuU of amunitioii ;if t ho vny
lilgheM grade, which n iv.tl nlUouis t.iy
i more thhii any navy in" Kurope h.i,
ami will be pronu'ei! for any nmur
gene, Seeietary l.oiig'saiinual report i. an
unusually pjaceiblejsortof a document
to emulate from the head of tho navy
department, ami imlicitosJIuo cxpoc
tiithn on lil part ot war. lie ice
ommemU tha'. congress restrict thu ad
ditions to tlio navy, 1 1 he provided for
at this session to one battleship for tlio
I'aclllo coast and a fun' torpedo boats
and torpedo boat destroyers, and says
that the policy of his (department will
be lo gradually take warships out of
vommNsiou and put them into reserve,
in order to reditu runuiii' cxptMi-.es.
If thu radical opponontsjof the civil
kel'vico law in congress eanjlni induced
to stop their agitation forjtlie repeal of
the entire law, and to unltewiih thine
who believe that thu law is all right if
it be rcsti'k'Vd to covering only thojo
positions v ltluu are purely clerical,
there is very littl doubt that they
nmld win their ligh', iiotw Uit Hiding
the opposition of Jl'rosident MJvinley
to an) change. Thoy will be given tlio
opportunity when the '.committee now
investigating thu Mihjeet .shall prc-.cnt
its report to tho aunatu.'whiuhJSeiiatoi
Pritcliatd, chairman of thejconimltuo
says will bu done in January. It U al
most certain -Senator lYitchnul UilnU
certain that tlio report of the conunit
tee will he in favor of exempting all
Or. Price's CrwuB ftaklaf Pow4r
4 Pn OrsM Craca f Tartar Pvwisr.
( xeetitlvi' positions 1 1 oni Hit1 oprnitinii
if tho ivil service, Itiw nml rulei.
Miiny vnli-i c.'in bo ohtnlned for n bill
providing for this chnngo tlmt could
not bo liii'l for lepeiillng the whole, l:iw.
'I'n Ik it noiig southern senator.! nml
lepre'sentiitlvcs indicates that if (lie
(ago (imposition to allow National
hanky to I-stiu notes lo tin1 par valui!
of tho IkuiiIs they liavo deposited with
tho United States, to rriluco the tax
ation on National bank notes to the
actual com of g veriiiiie.nt supervision,
ami to pel ink the. establishment of Na
tional hanks with a capital of $25,000
in town', of less than -1,000 inhabitant!),
be incorpoiateil in a hill by themselves
that tho bill will have a good chunei;
to become a law While a number of
xoitthern scnatoiri might he willing to
volo for this hill becauso they believe
it would I'l-Milt In heiielittlng their sec
tion by luei easing its banking facilities
ami making money easier, it is doubt
(ill If a .single one of them would sup-
' Dolt tho bl1 if my of the other Himii.
. t i.i i iccoioMiet.il iiitiiM of -icn.tarj
(iiign arc iiic'i.ihyl. (iultc a number
of inlliiei.tial rrpubliein in both
jbiauelies t c uginsi liave piivately
i opie.-M'il themselves in favor of l.ot
'attempting ai.) thing further in the
way ot liiianei il legislation th in the
I above ameiulinents to the Nnticnal
1 biinkii g lacs.
1 Agents of the A. I. A aiceirculaiu
amoiii! senium s and it
f i . . ,1
IS uiiiiei s'.doo
that they are trying to acertain wheth
er il would be ortli while for that ot
gniii.atiou to make a light on the noni
ination of Attoi ney (letieral MeKcnna
to stireeed Justice Field on the bench
of the .supreme coin t. The oigani.a-
lion lias not bcuu very .successful in
controlling the senate.
Two Pointed Questions Answered.
What is the use of making a better
article than your competitor if you
i cannot get a better pi ice tor it?
Aus. As there is no ililleienee in the
price thu public will bin only the bet
ter, so that while our prolits may be
smaller on a single mile they will be
greater in Mio aggregate.
How can you get the public to know
your make is the best?
if both articles are brought promi
nently heforo tlio public both are cer
tain to bo tried audthepublie will very
quickly pass judgment on them and
use only the better one.
This explains thu large sales on
(.'hamhcrlaiu's Cough Remedy. The
people have been using it for iears
and have found that it can always be
depended upon. They may occasion
ally take up with some fashionable
norelty put forth with exaggerated
claims, but are certain to return to tho
one remedy that they know to bo re
liable, and for coughs, colds and croup
there is nothing equal to Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. For snlo by H. E.
Heport of Inavalo school, Dlst. No. 0
for month ending November '24, 1807.
Number enrolled, 33.
Averagy attendence, 30.
Following are tlio names of pupils
who were neither lardy nor absent
during the "month: Johnny Drooni
licld, Mariah Olmstead, ltalph Hunter,
Frankie House, Monroo Henkle and
W.M HBi'n:i.nowKit, Teacher.
Testifies to Benefits Received From
Dr. Miles' Remedies.
r j rf .r
mr rTr "
TIlRItK Is no uioro responsible position
on earth than that of railroad eiiRln
cer. On his steady nerves, clear bratn,
trlt:lit eye and perfect self rimituaiid, Ue
peiul tho Kiitutyot tho train and tlio lives
of Its passuiiKcrB. Dr. Miles' Norvlno and
other remedies aro especially adapted to
krephiK tlio norves steady, tlio brain clear
and the muntal faculties uiiliupatrcd.
Knslneor r. W. McCoy, formerly of 1323
Itrouilwuy, Council ItlutTs, but now rcstdlnK
utaill IIumboldtHt., Denver, writes that ho
"sintered for years from constipation, caus
w sk'k, nervous and bilious headaches nml
'vps fully restored to health by Dr. Miles
Nerve l.lver PHU. I lieurtlly recommend
Dr. Mlli;,' Ucinoilles."
Dr. MlliV ItonieillesI
aro sold by all druis-
Klsti uinler u tiosltlvol
jiiarautco, tlrtt bottlol
benufltd or money iu-
funded. Hook on ills-
emesofthu heart audi
norves free. Aililrea,
UK. MILKS MF.DKWIiCO., Pkhart, Ind.
CURtS WHtHt All llfcil
l Cough Hrrup. Tuio
FrtVx' f -vsH
Bv ..... m
r nines ym
PL Qntlora sl
jj. neaitn .
IBM .fcUKftWttMtau.ll&t Mil?. 19
! Uol Cough Hjrup. Tuio Good. VhPJ
J In time. Hold by dmgjcliu. Wt
VHK RED CLOUD UHiJiiF,
I I I I I I III
i By soothing and subduing the
pain. That's tho way .
St. Jacobs Oil
i i i i i ii n i i
ing lutci csting
letters wete re
ceived by Dr
I.. A Adams.
.-aili i.. " in
writes. ' lean
1 - V t.
glmllv leeotiimi'inl Dr. Iiartimin's won
duful reiiiedi -. Iln.v ere ati .10;
liouewili i i witli the boo!,- sen)
for tientiiiif on tin. tlitl'eient niliuiMits
!Iliue nsid rerun: for fmii 'm
and II nccr fails to give relief if taken
in time. Whenever I feel done up it
helps nn wonderfully. In cases of
colds, chills, lagrippc. if t ik'-n in h"t
.....till. It m.N lllp..
i chin in. I can i- -
.(.. . . ... . - ..I.-
ommeiiii ii ior iaiu
in the back, eohl
hands and feet. You will save doctor
bills by the use of Dr. 11 utiuan's won
del ful medicines.
writes: "I suf
fered with ca
tarrh of the
nose, head and
throat for three
eais, I could
gel no lelief
until I begati
taking l'e ru-im. I took throe bottles.
Il ha done wonders. Independent of
curing my catarili, it has greatly im
proved my general health. I cannot
describe tlio change. Anyone sutlering
from catarrh ami knowing that it
could be cured would ha very unwise
not to take Dr. Hartman's advice,
follow directions. I'e-i'ii-tiu does ibe
Address the IV-ru na Drug Manufac
turing Company, Columbus, Ohio, for
a free hook entitled Winter Catarili."
Ask your Druggist for a IVru-na
Aimannc for 18118
Notico to Toachors.
Notice is hereby given that I will ex
amino all persons who may desire to
offer themselves ns candidates for
teachers of the public schools of this
county, at lied Cloud ou the third Sat
urday of each mouth.
Tho standing desired for 2d and 3d
grado certilieate is tho same uo grado
below 70 per cent., average 80 pel cent;
for first grado certilieate uo grado bo
low 80 per cent., average 'JO per cent iu
all branches required by law.
D. M. llUNTEit, County Supt.
sions. Cheap, quick, comfot table. Leave
Omaha 1 .:!." p.m., Lincoln (1:10 p.m. and
Hastings 8:.')0 pin. every Thursday in
cli an, modern, not crowded tourist
sleepers, No trausfei.s; cars run righi
through to San Francisco and Lot
Angeles over tho scenicioiite through
Denver and Sail Lake City Cars are
cai'ictcil; upholMcicit in rattan; havu
sptiug seats unit bucks and ale tuovid
ed wi Ii curtain., bedding, touch, soap
etc. Uniformed porters amlexpctieiie.
ed eveui.siiin eomluctoi accompany
each excursion, lelleMug pas'fiigd oj .
bothei about baggage, pointing out oh
icct of inteiist and iu 11111113 other
way- Inlpiug to make the overlord I
trip a delightful . u-i . e s,.,. . ,1
I'liisb 'icKctsare liiiioreit lli'iilc fr.i j
Koi folder giving full information. '
call at ueaii-l Him llliclioi l.oute ti -l.c
(dlice, or wiite to.). lrinci, (5 l' A
What tloch it co-t Ingot theicj When
and how shou d you gji What should
ouolaki here aie the mincsi How
much bae tney produced? Is work
iilentifui? What wages iun p.iiil? Is
living e.peiive? What are one's
chances ot "making a strike"!
Complete and satisfactory replies to
tlio above questions will ho found iu
the llurllngton Route's "Klondike
Folder," now ready for distribution.
Sixteen pages of practical information
and an up-to-date map of Alaska and
the Klondike. Free at lJurlingtoii
Honle ticket olllee, or sent on receipt"
of four cents in stamps by J. Franci-,
(icn'l Passenger Ageni, linrlli gton
Koute, umalia, zsenr.
What Do thr Children Drink
Don't Kbe them ten orroili-v. wa jou ttloil
tlic navy fooil ilrluW enlleil (lit lN-0. iiiAde of
siro KrahiK flint luVes tin ilnce o coft'ec. Thu
inoieliiiilieO i)imhciuir clilldreu llioinoic
lieiiHli 5011 ilfMrltiuto iIuoiikIi llivli ki.Iphis
drain U Ih nuiile nf nun. L-mliik tul uli.m
lrii.trly iri'iirvl tuftiHllkiMlie etietie urmti
in vuiire inn ruMN m um one luiiriu at inueli
Alt kruri'ih n'll It ire mid yie
Try Gxaino ! Try(Griiin-0 1
At jeiirKiniet lmln lo linn mi h imeUiiK
of IIIH1MI, tho lien fmnl ilniik Unit tnkci
tho 1 Into of eortco, The elillilren nmy drink It
ttlihom Injury us well tis tho hiIhIi All who
try It llko It t.ltAlN u lm imn ilili .ml
Ihohii of Moehii or Jtiii..l'iu 11 n ihmiIo from
pure KialiiH, nml the mot ilellmlv Moumeh 10
1 elvtfH It Hlllinm illtre. 4 ihe i.rh c of eollif
I5o aud itfo vr imrlcutri. .-out I.) 11 I )roeei.
TO CUHE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnko LiiMitlvo llroiiHi (jiiiiiiiiuTiih
hits All driiugista refiinil thu innuuy
If it fails to cure, 25e,
IMmntoYftitr Hiri 11 . ,
ift.0a.,i!.,Jr i;"A''ilrU'': V.""" ':. Ipi'ie.t . ,. ,
10o.aJo. Iff. CO 'll.itn-i,ii,..lml,vi.
JBKiDAi, DjLC. 3,
The greatest claims for S.S.S. (Swift's
Specific; arc made by those whom it has
cured, and after nil the most valuable
reputation is one which is given by those
who speak from experience. We could
publish a page of what we claim S.S.S.
will do, hut the people prefer to read
of what it has done, and hence we give
the testimony of reputuble, well-known
people in different parts of the country,
who gladly tell of how S.S.S. bus cured
them of blood dL.'ascs, after trying
other treatment in vain.
No wonder S.S.S. has such staunch
friends. The experience of those who
take it to-day will be the same as of
those who twenty years ngo found it the
only cure, lllood diseases are obstiu te,
ami cannot be cured by one medicine
in.fl.do7,cii which claims to cure them;
s-j when S.S.S. ist.ikin v.itli s .11 fict:-y
results, after n disappointing experi
ence with other remedies, il is not
strange that it has grnteful friends by
MR. WILLIAM SOWERS.
Mr. William Sowers, of Bradford. Ohio,
was cured by S.S.S. ten years ago of a
severe blood poison, anil writes that to
this day uo sign of the dreadful disease
has ever returned. He says:
"I bad a terrible blood disease which
is considered incurable, and was treated
for a long time by the boht physicians,
but they did me uo good. The disease
seemed to get a firmer hold ou me, and
attacked my tongue and throat, which
were soon full of vile ulcers.
"I changed doctors several times, aud
afterwards took nearly every blood rem
edy on the market, without the slightest
benefit. . After five years of treatment
which did mc uo good whatever, I was
induced to try S.S.S. This remedy
proved itself equal to the case, for in a
tew months I was entirely cured and my
skin was perfectly clear and smooth.
I could hardly believe that the cure was
permanent, but ten years have elapsed
and no sign of the disease has yet ap
peared." S.S.S. is a sure cure for Cancer, Ca
tarrh, Contagions Blood Poison, Scrof
ula, Rheumatism, Eczema, and all other
blood diseases, which other remedies
have no effect whatever upon. It is
and is the only blood remedy which
is guaranteed to contain no mercury,
potash or other harmful mineral. S.S.S.
Is sold by all druggists.
Books on Blood and Skin Diseases will
be mailed free to all who address Swift
Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
THE NEW WAY.
w to think "fe
male diseases "
could only be
treated after "lo
tions" by physi
cians. Dread of
kept thousands of
sl!-nt about their
eufferinc. The In
Wine of Cardul has now demon
strated that nine-tenths of all the
cases of menstrual disorders do
not require a physician's attention
at all. The simple, pure
taken In the privacy of a woman's
own home Insures quick relief and
speedy cure. Women need not
hesitate now. Wine of Cardul re
quires .no humiliating examina
tions for Its adoption. It cures any
disease that comes under the head
of "female troubles" disordered
menses, falling of the womb,
"whites," change of life. It makes
women beautiful by making them
well. It keeps them yeung by
keeping them healthy. $1.00 at
the drug store.
For advice In cases requlrlne special
directions, address, clvlnp symptoms,
tho "Ladles' Advisory Department."
The Chattanoora Medlclns Co., Chatta
W.I. ADDISON, M.D., Cary, Mill., lys:
111 lit uln nf Pnrrlul axtenilvelv In
my practice and fi 11 rllia most excellent
preparation for female troubles."
VRED 1. McKElilJY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Citj nml country rail. promptly 1111
Meied day or uij;lit.
NIGHT CALLS AT OFFICB.
Okhck ovkr Cottino's Uruo Stoue,
you Jay yts-ir eyes on
the B. 5. & Co.
the whole story is
ness in every respect will be ssen at
m m -
one.. It doesnt require
a shr-ewd buyer to see
the difference between
these suits and the ordi
nary. Just let us
;We are selling more
than the whole town put
together, simply because we are
selling the above make.
Now is the
Go to Newhouse Bros,
We have the best Alarm Clock in the city for I
Jewelers and Opticians.
Hunt; your watcli, clock and jowulry ropaliinj; to us.
eity Drav and
ROSS S. RIFE. PROS.
' Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
HAND MADE HARNESS !
N the hiM Derail!1 it is tuadu to u-i in pine1 whore oniiuni a
hurtles-, would not stuiiil a tei.t. 1 run niiiKe you 1111 nil huiul
inside harnes nrur.y a cheap as you ran get thu eoinnii n
harness. When yon wani liitrnpsi eonie in and look over n v
stoek which ciinuiil lie mii passed iu thu Kepiihliean valley.
Fly Nets, Whips, Saddles, Etc.
ami in fart everything usually kept in a first elus hurne.-i
Trimming ami Heimir Woik neatly anil promptly attended to.
S' !!. jcTp-r 1 1 HMIfTffrTl
SP.Q(iI I1TPT V nilif X NTPWrt t ' nnr
ADOULiU 1 CiU I UUHlmll 1 LLU n.. n,.nr
le ami hooUct frfe. Ail. srntl.l(l ItKHKIll
PLATT & FREES CO.,
RED OLOUD, NEUltASKA.
Lumber, Lime, Goal and Cement.
show 'em to you.
your eyes fitted with glasses.
The long winter evenings will soon be
here and you will want to read, and so
you will want
and get them fitted properly.
J. O. BUTTX, BR.
raeorennllnallon. fascanti nre tlif Idral Ijixi
L-rln nr crlnf.liut su(e -nr natur.it rmulla. ham
! Ihlraso. ilontrf at. Can., otiten inrk. ill,
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