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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APRIL. '. 18m.
40 Courage and Strength
in Times of Danger
9ead the warning between
the tines. What is that warn
ing? It is of the danger from
the accumulation of badness
in the blood, caused by the
usual heavy living of the
Winter months. Spring is
the clearing, cleansing time
of the year; the forerunner of
the brightness and beauty of
Follow the principle thai Nature lays
down. Start In at once and purify your
blood with that great specific, Hood'a
Haraaparllla. It never diiappointi.
Orip-"8lxteen wceki of crip mad ma
Nk, but after all clsa failed Hood'a Bar
aaparltla cured me. Later I overwork,
and dripepila and canker In mouth and
tomach bothered me. I took the Saraapa
rtlla ataln and It completely restored me."
Mas. Kutktnm Foman, KxeUr, N. II.
RtMUmatltm-" Myself and a friend
both auOered from mere attack! of rheu
matism. Hood'a Sarsaparllla cured both.
We would not be without It." Wm. H.
Lawraa, 65 Leonard St., Fall niter, Man.
Httd and Back - " For one year patna
In my back and head prerented my house
hold duties. I took Hood'a Baraaparllla and
am a well woman. It also cured the grip
In our family." Man. Mattis: HaxDicatoN,
Cor. First and Franklin ATC.Colurabus.Iud.
H.od'i WU cur. Ilr.r llli. tin non Irrlutlm asuj
ouTfCl'"la fc. with llowi'i 87iprlll.
W. L. MoMILLAN.
Dae year 1100
lit month! W
PUBLISHED KVKKY FKIDAY
Intend at the toit office at lied Cloud, Neb. as
leoond class mall matter.
AT THE NATIONAL CIPATAL,
Tho ovonta o( tho past wook, in con
uuction with our foreign relations, havo
boon caloulntod to croato n fooling of
satisfaction in administration circles.
Aguinaldo has boou drlvon out of his
so-called capital and his army broken
uti into scattered bodies which must
heroaftor light as guerillas if at all, and
It it oonfidenlty expected that Aguinal
do will savo lU carcass by gotting out
of American Jurisdiction at the Hist op
portunity, if ho hits not already done
u. About tho mlddlo of the wook
Uiere was much uneasiness bocauso of
the news that Aiuerlcin and English
warships bad fired on some of tho na
tives of Samoa, who were apparently
auppottcd by tho German officials
there, least tho mix-up should lead to
trouble with Germany; but instoad of
trouble, it seoms likely that it will load
to a satisfactory straightening out of the
whole kinky Uamoan business, as rep
rosoutatives of Germany, Great Uritian
aud United Status, tho thrco parties to
the treaty under which Samoa bus been
governed for some years, have agreed
to the appointment of n Joint High
Commission, authorized to make a new
at raiigomont for the government of the
Samoan islands that will he permanent,
ami it is hoped, satisfactory.
A new indiruliou of tho existcucu of
real biothurly feeling betweun Ameri
cans and Kuglihimu was given by tho
.suggestion, made in the Committee
thai is ai ranging the parades which aru
to be a foatuio of the big l'eaeo.lubllee,
to be held in Washington May 22-20,
that a special Hi ilish feature be provid
ed for in the parade of tho Twenty
fourth, which will bo the anniversary
of Queen Victoiia'w birthday, in honor
of that day. The suggestion was ie
reived with oiitliuinm and immediate
stups to catry it into ellect weru taken
by appointing a sub-committee to con
fer with Sir .Julian l'aunccfoile, tho
liritish Ambassador, for tho purpose of
securing bin co-oporation. lly tho way,
this l'caco Jubilee is going to he quite
a spectacular event, and it will ho held
whou Washington is at its best, from
the sight-sooing point of view.
It did not take Socrotary Hay moro
than about two minutes to convinco tho
two Cubans sent to Washington to try
to get tho 13,000,000, promised through
Goncral Gomez, to the Cuban soldiers,
iucreascd, or tho consent of the Presi
dent to an issue of bonds by tho Cuban
assembly, that thoy had wasted tho
money on tho trip. Tho substanco of
Socrotary Hay's remarks might bo thus
oxpressed: "Not a cent more; not a
bond." Tho delegates, or whatever
you might call thorn started for homo
without having seou tho President at
all, having been assured by Socrotary
Hay thnt it was useless for them to try.
Tho assistant Attorney General for
tho Post Office Dopnrtmont, has decid
ed two specilio chalu-lotter schemes,
ono olloring ix trip to tho Put is Expo
f Uion, ami thoothorun $8 kodak, to
bo Illegal, nud tho two decisions seem
to cover nearly all tho schemes of tho
snrt. now beimr advertised.
i.w..wiiiur iii Honresontativo Olm-
.(tend, of Pu., "tho paramouut question
boforo tho. citizens of this groat country
Uday, is tho seating of B. F. Robborta,
.mhi.r nlnnt from Utah, to tho noxt
Continuing Mr. uimatcaa
ment aiislses fiotn my sorvlco on the
eommitteo on privileges and elections.
That committee, of tho noxt Houso,
may havo to report on Kohborts and 1
suppose that is tho reason whvthugood
people all over this broad land deluge
mo with letters. Every day brings roe
near a bushel of lottors, all protesting
against seating tho Utah man on the
su'Jie of his alleged praotico of polyga
my. Bulky petitions with hundreds
of signatures of church pooplo cotno to
mo from North and South, from East
and West. Hundreds of women cor
respondents writo in the namo 'vein,
and tho seriousness of tho writers can
not bo quostloncd. I havo no idea what
tho Houso will do in tho matter, but
judging from tho powerful stir thocaso
has created, it will bo difficult, it seoms
to mo for the House to ignore tho mat
General Miles, speaking of tho suc
cessful campaign of General Otis, paid
this deserved compliment to tho men
behind tho guns: "In tho fighting which
has taken placo, tho American troops,
regulars and volunteers, havo been do
ing splendidly. Tho work of tho volun
teers has boon worthy of tho highest
commendation; thoy aro tino fighting
mon and show that they havo boon no
customed to looking out for them
selves." Uncle Sam will soon bo in tho market
for sllvor bullion, for tho first time
since tho repeal of tho Sherman
aot.ovor which tboro was such afuroro.
True, tho amount to bo purchased Is
not!large, only enough to mint tho GO,-
000 Lafayette souvenir silvor dollars
ordered by Act of Congress, to bo
glvon to tho Lafayctto monument to bn
orocted in Paris as a present from
Americans to Franco. July 4, of noxt
year, has boon sot for tho unveiling of
thostatuo. The Lafayctto dollar is to
havo a special design, which has not
yoc boou fully determined upon.
A new dressmaker in Mt Claro.
No items last wook on account of
Easter was enjoyed by all in this pnrt
of tho county.
Mis Anna Klllough is working tor
Mrs. Annio Blauch.
Miss Blnncho Allen is working at
Mt. Clnro for Mr. Moln Alien.
C. F. Hickol nnd lady of Bluo Hill
were visiting at Mr. Lums Sunday.
Mr. Moin Aliens of Mt. Claro was
visiting at Mrs. Nowmans Sunday.
Spelling school at hum's school house
next Friday night. Como every body.
Mrs. Boll Wells of Mt. Claro was vis
iting at Mr. Lums and Mr. Killoughs
Josoph Soarlo had tho mlsfortuno to
havo his violin stolen about a wook ago,
by unknown partlos.
A large party of friends gathorod at
Mr. G. M. Albins ono day last week to
eclobrato Mrs. Albins birthday.
Mr. John Roberts of Lawrenco Nob.,
and Miss Laura Patton wcro visiting
at Goo. HulTmans Sunday Apt il 2.
Tho term of school being taught in
this district by Mrs. Ed. Blauch Is giv
ing good satisfaction. Shu is liked by
Mr. Harmon Mottor delivered a lee-
turo at Eckloy church last Friday night
on war topics which was enjoyed by all
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Liunoy colohruted
their crystal wedding Monday, April 'i,
valuable presents wot o received audit
nice dinner served. Tho young folks
gatheied in the evening and had a linn
Somo sickness as yet in our part,
mostly measles and grip.
Wood Stevens nnd old Mrs. Elliott
arc better at this wilting.
Tho Lebanon furniture man was out
with his' hearse at tho burial at Mt.
Tho boys aro having somo f uu as tho
gooso go over, soma of them fail tn got
any farthor north. Ed Mountfordsays
wild gooso is good moat.
Whllo corn is only selling for twenty
threo to twenly-livo cents nnd hogs nt
IS 80 to 8 40, and land at livo to soven
dollars per aero, a mnn can buy a fow
acres and make himsolf a homo and
not have to movo again next yoar.
There was a doath south of us on
White Rock last week, Miss Maud Ing
ram. Tho funeral services wero hold nt
tho Johnson school houso and conduct
ed by Rer. Markham of Cora. Tho ro
mains woro laid to rest in tho Mt. Hopo
While wo have a backward or late
spring, and no potatoes or oats sown
as yet, all are encouraged at tho many
sood prospects of a good crop this
yoar. Tho soil is thoroughly wet up
and about thawed out and when wo
got out our crops they will grow.
Whllo several farms In this part havo
changed hands this spring thoro nro a
fow mero cheap farms for salo and tho
hoys that aro renting ought to look out
for them, for nhout ono moro good crop
and then tho land will go higher nnd
rent for two-fifths or one-half and cash
Illllousncss. sour aton
Hon and all liver Ills
Illllousncss. sour stomach, constipa
tion and all liver Ills are cured by
The non-Irrltatlnj? cathartic. Price
25 cents of all druggists or by mall of
C.I. Hood & Co., Lowoll, Mass.
Weather stotmy and cold.
Cutting corn stalks is tho order
Chas. Anderson is tho owner of anew
Mrs. Richard Kcaglo is on the sick
list this week.
Riley Lewis was the guest of Wm.
Beu VnnDyko's cattle aro coming
through tho winter iu tino shapo.
Wood Stevens is ablcjto bo up part of
tho time, nnd there is somo hopo of his
Mr. VnnDyko is visiting his nephe v
and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Clint Hendor
son of North Branch, Kansas this
Allen Carpenter was Attending court
at Ren Cloud this wcok. Ho has a
damage suit ponding heforo this term of
Whllo tho country is improving, tho
hill south of tho bridgo should not bo
forgotten nor tho narrows wost of the
The first dwelling house and also the
first store building in North Branch,
owned by 1). II. Dillon, woro consumed
by lire last wook.
Rev. James Campbell of Nuilli
Branch preached at Penny creek, Dist.,
No 8 last Sunday. A largo congrega
tion was iu attendance.
Mrs. Donnoy visited with Mrs. Will
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ogilvio
April 8, a daughter.
John Smith nnd family spent Sun
day at Chas. Molloy's.
G. Warner nnd family spont Sunday
with Mrs. D. H. Robinson.
Mrs. Atckison and daughter of Morna
Nebraska aro hero visiting with rela
tives. Mrs. Randnll and Mrs. Robinson
wero the guests of Mrs. Donnoy on
John Millar and Miss DoWolfo at
tended services at St. Stephens on
MIsb Jessie Shelton entertained a
number of her friends at her homo on
Mrs. Spracher, Mrs. Wells and Ross
Hubbard went to Edgar Tuesday to at
tend the League Convention.
I. B Colvin is attonding court at
Hub this week.
School closes in the Guide ' Rook
school May 25.
Harry Curtis of northeast of town is
attending court this wcok.
The now milliner nnd dressmaker is
expected to move in this week.
Some of our Crows woro in Red Cloud
Tnursday, viz Malon and Goorgo Crow.
There was no election on Tuosday ns
per notices, so wo supposo tho villngo
board holds over.
Tho new Harness maker Mr. Scott
from Cowles moved in Monday, Mr.
Scott is a good workman, salesman,
and a get.tleman ami a good citions as
wo know fiom personal acquaintance.
Not ono child dies whoro ten formerly
died from croup. People havo learned
tho value of Ono Minute Cough Cute
and use it for sovero lung and throat
troubles. It immediately stops cough
ing. It never lails. C. L. Cotting.
Bud Dcliart's children aro improving
Weather it fino and farmers aro cut
Henry Rachen is hanging his hat up
with John Waggoner this summer.
There will bo moro fruit trees sot out
this yoar lhau over beforo in tho history
Tho preaching at tho Amack school
houso last Sunday evening was quite
Mr. Wright of Red Cloud was seen
walking away from tho Dunkard
church last Sunday with a sun bon
net. Mr Editor wo feel somewhat alarm
ed this wcok as your writers havo boon
accused of writing falsehoods but as
Mr. Scrivnor. tho Kansas man who
tolerates hog cholera and land specu
lations is not in our midst wo will again
tako our placo in your paper providing
wo don't go into tho wnsto basket.
Big Bargains In Choice Farms.
I havo for sale within two miles of
Red Cloud about. 1000 acres choico im
proved farms of 80 acres or moro, very
cheap on favorable terms. Thcso lands
must bo sold regnrdless of price. Como
and seo mo for bnrgaias in land.
F. E. Goblk.
Beforo tho diacovery of Ono Minute
Cough Cure, ministers wero greatly
disturbed by coughing congregations.
No excuse for it now. C. L. Cotting.
Will your widow dross as well as
your wife docsT Answer this question
by insuring your life iu tho Trayolers
Insuranco Company of Hartford. W.
L. McMillan, Agent.
"Give mo a liver regulator nnd I can
regulato tho world," said a genius. Tho
druggist handed him a bottle of De
Witt's Liltlo Early Risers, tho famous
little pills. C. L. Cotting.
among your neighbors who havo pur
chased HARNESS from us and you
will find that in every case it has
proved to be of superior make and ex
flebraska Mercantile Go.
Of Now Spring Merchandise at Money Saving
we place on salo tho choicoat lino of ladies and
Aliases Shirt Waists ovor shown in town. Do
Hure and boo thorn. Prices rango from 25c up
Another new lino of Ladlos Spring Under
skirts ranging in price from BOo to $3.
Seo our RELIANCE Linen Underskirt.
They aro just the thing whon hot weather
comes. It is a good timo to got them now.
New Spring Wash Fabrics.
Ginghams, Porcalos, Organdies, Piques, ate.
nt Gb por yard and upwards.
Our Spring purohaqo of Ladios, Men's and
Children's hosiery aro tho host values ovor
shown iu Rod Cloud.
Como to us for your now spring Carpots.
Wo can savo you money. Spocial values in now
Ingrain Carpets at 25c, 35c, 40o and COo.
WINDOW SHADES at 12Jc, 15o and 25o.
New Spring Shirts at 25c, 35o, 50c, 05o. 75c
NEW SPRING SHOES.
You will find in our Shoo Department tho
best values iu shoos ovor shown in any Shoo
fleitfaska Heitile Go.,
ALFRED HADELL, Manager.
i at' Will W'jii I VA Jt
.o, m nil " -111 y
All we oiler is mado of tno Oak tanned
leather and will stand hard usage.
Every pieco Is carefully put together
nothing being slighted.
Hero Is an idee ot our prices: $:)2 00,
$31.00, S30.00, 8:211.0(5, 828.00, $20.50,
$2o.00, $22.00, $20.00, $19.00, all good
No 2 Farm Harness.
Call ano see for yourself. '
J. O. Rtxtlor.
A SMALL SPOT
MAY BE CANCER
F. V. TA YLOR,
The FnFMtaf e (Dan
is still doing busineis at the old stand.
than any one. Call and be convinced
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W way impvmwt" ' ".SIEET. JEZl -S i'vftJ
Itr fWmpaui wui.wi m. ww
ottba drift piiblie1'
J, Sheet, Sedalia, Mo., couductoi on
electric street car line, writes that his
llttlo daughtor was very low with
ctoup, and her life saved after all phy-
MOST VIOLENT GASES HAVE any lUtSe rare, pimple or scratch which
shows no disposition to heal under ordin
itinriDCn T CIDOT IC ary treatment. No one can tell how soon these
All lAiIlU A I rlnOl ho will develop iuto Cancer of the worst type.
Bo many peopio mo irom uancer simpiy oo
cause they do not know just what the disease is;
thoy naturally turn themselves over to the doctors,
and aro torceit to suotnit to a cruei ami uaiiKcruun
operation tho only treatment which tho doctors know for Cancer. Tho disease
promptly returns, however, and is even moro violent and destructive than
before. Cancer is a deadly poison in tho blood, and an operation, plaster, or
other external treatment can have iio elfect whatever upon it. Tho euro must
como from within tho last vestige of jxilson must bo eradicated.
Mr. Wm. Walpole. of Wnlshtown, S. D says: "A
little blotch alxiut tho bIzo of a pea came under my left
eyo, gradually growing larger, from which shooting pains
at intervals ran in all directions. I beenmo greatly alarmed
and consulted a good doctor, who pronounced it Cancer,
nnd advised that it bo cut out, but this I could not con.
sent to. I read in my local paior of u cure effected by
S S. S. nnd decided to try it. It acted like ft charm, tho
Cancer iKwmini; at first irritated, and then dhuhnrging
! vnrv irenlv. THIS crniiuaiiy cmw nwi win im-u ui-.um-
HTTS&u. tinned altogether, loavinp; a HinalUcab which Mxm drop
?WM?3 M ofT nnd now only n healthy llttlo scar remains where
fYSlB?r what threatened to destroy m life once held full sway."
I'oMtlvely the only euro lor uancer is owui a apecmc
S. FOR THE BLOOD
Iwcauso it is tho only roinedv which can go deep enough to reach the root of
thu disease aud force it out of tho Hjstem permanently. A surgical operation
docs not reach tho blood tho real Heat of tho disease because tin' blood can
not be ctit tucay. Insist upon S. . S.; nothing can take its place.
8. 8. 8, cures also any caso of Scrofula, Ecr.nma, Rheumatism, Contagious
Blood Polsen, Ulccw, Sores.' or-nay other form of blood disease. Valuable
booia on Cancer and"BlbaJ Dine wU,W uded ttteto amy addr by
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Charcs as low as the Lowest
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