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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1899)
THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, FKIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1809.
is Never Done
flic constAnt catc CAuses sleeplessness,
toss of Appetite, extreme nervousness. And
that tired feeling. But a ivonderful
change comes when Mood's SArsapAtillA
Is tAhen. It gives pure, rich blood, good
Appetite, steady nerves.
v. i.. momillan.
Out jer ... ........ " JJJ
8U months , .1....... 50
PUIILIBIIKI) KVEHY FHIDAY
Knterod t the pott oOlce at Itdl Cloud. Neb.ss
Local advertising t cents per line per lustie.
Local Advertising fur enteitnliimsnli, con
rtrts, social, etc., given ly clnirc)ic, clmtllnble
societies, etc., whero, nil moneys raised llietc
from aro used wholly for church or charltnlile
societies, tlrst ten llticii free ami nil over ten
Hues 2V4 cents per lino per Issue.
Local advertising of entertainments, concerts,
recitals, etc., whero per cent Is ghen to to
rooters, o cents per line per Issue.
Ono column per month 2'
Onolistf column per month ............ .. H w
Onofoiirtli column per month 1 .5
acneritl display advortlsltiK 'i cents per
Inch per Issue.
ilnstle throng " In speaking of the np
piurnuce of the regiment In. cays: "It
win no straggling hutlj of diseased and
abused men, hut showed up t-omoany
after company of splendid specimens
of manhood from the prattle &tate,
walking with lit pi stud elastic stop
through tin city that wns doing them
no uitiL'h honor, Mini with apparent
pride of the i-ouutry for which they
hud o liitely boon offering freely their
I)o not crlpe nor Irritate the alimen
tary iiiii.il. They net gently yet
promptly, clonnio ertlt timlly and
Sold by nil druggists. 25 cents.
Central Committee Muting.
Notico Is lieroby given that there will
be a mooting of the Republican county
central comiuittoo held nt the olllco of
J. R. Mercer In the city of Ucil Cloud
on Wednesday, August Oth, at 2 p.m.
for tho purpose of fixing dato for hold
ing county coavoutlou and such other
business as may cotuo before tho moot
ing. C. H. Chunk, Chalrmnu.
L. II. Foht, Secretary.
Tito uumborof "I want to bo "
is steadily increasing and the north
half of tho county has not been hoard
Tho Webster county republican cen
tral commltteo moots next Wednesday,
and tho several committeemen should
not forgot to hand In their caucus calls
before leaving town.
Tho gonoral public do not boliovo
that Admiral Dowoy used tho language
attributed to him In un Interview that
wns cabled to this country and widely
published. Even if ho thought our
next war would bo with Gormany ho
has too much souse to publicly say so.
A few short years ago our populist
orators woro llrm In their belief that a
pttbllo olllco was a public trust, and
now every pop convention is btwy en
dorsing resolutions against trusts, hut
wo have not m yut heard of a populist
convention which refused to nominate
candidates for this trust.
Everybody is trying to tind out how
much if any truth there is to tho report
that Secretary of War Hoot iutonded
to Inaugurate a general shako-up of
tho much-criticised bureaucratic meth
ods of tho war department and to in
troduce a more modem system. Mr.
Root has the nrt of saying nothing
down to perfection, and ho Is practic
ing it. Secretary Root has tho reputa
tion of boiug ablo to got at tho bottom
of things as quick as tho noxt man, and
It will not bo surprising if ho tlnds
many weak spots in his experiences
with tho department business in tho
next two weeks.
When Gov. l'oyntcr arrived at Sun
Francisco ho lot no time in an
nouncing that he had come to giro the
First Nebraska a royal reception, und
that lie hud come the whole distance
alone. He secured a tug and brass
baud and established a regular self
laudation bureau from which a number
of gushing articles appeared simultane
ously in the city pupcis. Among tho
selected flipping olTored tho 'Frhco
press was a lengthy one from Albion
to tho Chicago Record, lauding l'oyn
ter as u statesman. Tho sentences
were rounded out very similar to thoso
in nn Albion paper run by a brother of
tho governor. Tlio schomo worked
satisfactorily for a brief period until
the 'Frisco papers look a tumble to tho
fact that they woro being worked for
tho bouollt of n popocralic political
scheme and tho Chronicle camo out
declaring against making the home-
coining of tho troops a popocratie
jubilee. This had a sudden cITect on
press advertising and tho admit ntlou
bureau ceased working overtime. Of
courso our governor mado a denial but
tho nuwspapors men had too free access
to tho telegtaph lines and soon got
right to tho bottom of tho whole plan,
and the "political reception" schomo
arranged by tho fuslonists caused a
great deal of laughter in tho old town.
It turned out that while tho California
pcoplo wero eagor to do honor to tho
returning Nebraska veterans, thoy did
not proposo to bo fooled into a demon
stration that was to bo cntiroly for tho
advertisement and glorltlcntion of a
pop governor who wns "agin" the gov
ernment,,. A Fabe WlthTMoral.
It Is said that when tho bco tlrst
started in business she had no stinger
and was compelled to take all sorts of
back talk from other Insects because
sho wasn't ablo to holp herself. And
the boo growing weary of this sort of
busiuoss applied to Jubltorto let her
Sour Corn Kill Them
Fird V. Raynor, of Now Market,
Iowa, who ha benn hero for several
weeks harvesting a crop of wheat on
his farm in Ash Rock township, lias
discovered a method of disposing of
chinch bugs, which U certainly worth
thousands of dollars to tho farmers of
every school district in tho state of
Kansas. In n nutshell, he has found
that green coi nstalks soured by mois
ture will produce the same chinch bug
cholera that Chancellor Snow pro
duces at the stnto university by chemi
cal processes, and if any farmer in this
vicinity will visit Mr. Raynor's farm ho
will find it practically demonstrated.
He has given considerable thought to
this subject for some time but did not
give his conclusions a practical test
unMl last week.
The time to exterminate tho bugs is
after tho wheat is cut, as at this time
they go from tho wheat into tho corn.
His plan is to cut down tho outside row
of corn and leave it lying In small piles
on tho ground. Tho bugs will go into
these or arc already in them. In from
three to live days the green corn stalks
will sour and tho work of extermina
tion commences. Tho soured corn pro
duces a fungus growth on the bugs and
In a very short time thoy aro dead, and
have spread tho disease to their com
rades as rapidly as diseased bugs from
tho university laboratory do. Uo fol
lowed this plan on his own corn Held
a few days since, and now tho dead
bugs aro lyicg in heaps all around tho
Hold whilo not a loaf nor a stalk ot the
staudlng corn is injured. Tho chinch
bugs aro totally exterminated on his
placo at tho cost of only ono row of
corn next tho wheat Held. Norton,
Services each Lord's Day a
Morning service at 10:30.
Hlblo school, 12m.
Junior Christian Endeavor 3 p.m.
Sol lor Christian Endeavor meets
at 7 p.m.
In the evening our nunual choir re
cital Is to bo given.
Afternoon sermon at the Tentiatit
A cordial Invitation U extended to
L. A. Hussono, 1'itstor.
Services next Sunday as follows:
Morning services at 10:30.
Sunday School at 11:30 a.m. Con
ducted by D. H. SpanogU.
.junior iienguo at 4 p.m.
Senior League at 7 p.m.
Evening service at 3.00. Subject,
"The Up to-Dnte frcncliet'."
Prayer meeting on Wednesday even
ing nt 8:00.
Ladies Aid Society Friday afteruoou.
All aro most cordially Invited to at
tend. Jamks Mahk Dauby, Factor.
Services uoxt Sunday as follows.
Morning services at 10:80. Subject
"A Glimpse of the Millenium."
Sunday School at 11 :. V. F. West,
Young People's Union moots at 7
p.m. A. B. Sellars, leader, topic,
Evening service at S p.m. Subject,
"Ilymus That Have Moved tho Hearts
Gonoral prayer meeting Wednesday
ovouing at 8:00.
All cordially invited. Seats free.
Isaac W. Edson, Pastor.
A SMALL SPOT
MAY BE CANCER
Tho greatest caro should bo given to
any little sore, piuiplo or scratch which
MOST VIOLENT GASES HAVE
nnrinrn it cidot 10 nrvt
MrrCHnLU HI nnol MO will develop Into Cancer of tho worst type.
A matter which hns given tho ad
ministration a great deal of trouble
and which threatened to cause more or
less scnndnl before It. was disposed of
appears to have been dispesed of by an
opinion of thp attorney general, given
at tho request of tho secretary of war,
tlmt neither tho secretary of war or
tho president has nny authority to
grant perpetual concessions of a public
nature, in Porto Rico. Tho attorney
gonernl takes tho grputul that previous
to tho treaty of peace with Spain tho
privilege of granting such concessions
was exclusively tlmt of tho Spanish
crown, and that by tho treaty It passed
to tho United States and cau now only
bo disposed of by congress. There is
some dissatisfaction among thoso who
expected to got protltnblo concessions,
because of this opinion, but it is very
safo to say that It U not shared either
by tho president or now secretary of
war, both of whom are very glad to
escape tho task of duckling who should
havo the conci sstous sought for.
Never In Its History, was tho city of
San Francisco so stirred with patriot
ism und enthusiasm nor did it evor
witne8s such nn outpouring of people
as Monday whon'tho First Nebraska
marched down the gang-plank which
had brought them back from the Phil
ippines. Tho State Journal corres
pondent in describing tho greotlng of
tho regiment bays: "All along tho lino
of march from tho ship to tho camp
people jammed the streets and yelled
themselves hoarse. Every whistle in
the city was turned looso, 11 re-arms
woro discharged und hardware stores
ransacked for uolso making instru
ments. Business was suspended and
clorks nnd factory hands wero turned
looso to swoll the noisy and cuthu-
havo a double-acting rapid-thing sting
er, saying that sho would surprise a
fow ducks who had been in tho habit
of guying Iter heretofore Then.Jubi
tor, who had a stock of stingers on
hand, brought out one and fastened it
on tho bee, but at tho same time said:
"My ambitious female, I will give you
this stinger as you request, but I havo
Hxed it so you can use it but once
You can sod; it in your onomy in good
shape but the act will cost you your
life. Thus will you bo punished for
your desire to gratify your spirit of ro
Veuge." Tho bee, who was a honey
bee, took tho stinger and went away
sad. After sho had gone a fow min
utes a bumblebee came sailing in aud
presented a similar request to Jubltor.
"All right," satd Jubltor, "hero's tho
stock I havo on hand. Como iu aud
pick out a jabber to suit yourself."
Then tho bumblebee picked out a
double-action patout-roversiblo stinger
about tho length of a fork tine aud said
ho would take that. Thou Jubltor
fastened it onto tho bumblobeo and
proceeded to glvo him the same sort of
a tnlk ho had givon tho honey bco. Tho
bumblebee listened, saying not a word,
but turning to Mercury who was stand
ing by, he softly wibked his other eye.
When the stinger was fastened on tho
bumblebee started as if to lly tiway,
but when Jubiter's back was turned
tho bumblebee sulduuly lit oil tho back
of tho boss jod's neck and said! "My
noble mutter of thunder, unless you
change that condition about this stinger
business 1 will ram it into jour spinal
cord up to the hilt, so help me." Then
Jubiter, seoiug that tho bumblebee had
It on him, said: "Well take your
blamed old stitmor aud use it as much
as you ploaso," Aud as the bumblebee
winged his way to tho earth ho com
tuuued with himself, sayiug: "Jubl
tor supposed ho would work tn o as hu
did tho honey beo, but I havo been iu
politics long enough to get onto a fow
curves myself." Thus it happens that
while tho bonny beo uiiiat. uiu If it
stings, tho bumblebee cau sock hU
sockor iu und keep a-sockiug.
Moral: The moral of this fable is
that you can get mighty near what you
want if ouly you know how to go After
it. -Kansas Mail aud Breeze.
Thcro is more catarrh in this section
of tho country than all other diseases
put together, and until tho last few
years was supposed to bo incurable
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it n local disuasc, and pie.
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to euro with local treat
ment, pronounced it incurable. Sci
ence has proven cntairh ro bo a consti
tutional disoaso, and thcroforo requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Cat
arrh Curo, manufactured by F. J.
Chouoy & Co , Toledo, Ohio, is the only
constitutional curo In tho market. It
Is taken internally In doses from ten
drops to a teaspnonf ul. It nets directly
on tho blood and mucous surfaces of
tho system. They offer one hundred
dollars for nny caso it fails to curo.
Scud for circulars aud tcstimoiials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 7uc.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
Regular services next Sunday as
Sunday School at 11:45.
Youug People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 7:00 p m.
Prayer and praise meeting Wednes
day evening at 8.
All cordially invited to attend theso
Fuank W. Dean, Pastor.
shows uo disposition to heal under ordin
ary treatment ro one cau tell how soon these
So runny people dlo from Cancer simnlv bo
cause they do uot know just what tho disease ia;
thoy naturally turn themselves over to tho doctors.
. nnd are forced to submit to a cruel and dnnu.eroua
operation the only troatment which tho doctors know for Cancer. Tho.diseaoo
promptly returns, however, and is oven more violent and destructive than,
before. Cancor is a deadly poison in tho blood, nnd nn operation, jilasW, or
other external treatment can havo no effect whatever upon It. The cUroTfanat
como from within the last vestige of poison must be eradicated. ', v 1
Mr. Wm Walpole. of Wnlshtown, S. D., Bays: .'fe v
little blotch about tho size of a pea came .undgr mf lef
oyo. gradually growing larger, from which shootine pains
at intervals ran in all directions I became greatly nlariried
and consulted a good doctor, who pronounced ft- Cancer,
and advised that it bo cut out, but this I could not con
bent to. I read in my local paper of a curo effected by
S S. S.. and decided to try It. It acted liko n charm, the ,
Cancer becoming at first irritated, nnd then dlsclinrginK
S very freely. This gradually grew less and then discon
tinued altogether, leaving a small scan which soon drop
ped off. nntl now only n healthy little scar remains whore
what threatened to destroy my life onco held full sway."
rosmveiy the ouiy curo tor uaucor is awm a spooitio
S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD
because it is tho only remedy which can go docp enough to reach tho root of
tho diseaao and force It out of the system permanently. A surgical operation
doea not reach the blood tho real seat of the disease- because the blood can
not be cut away. Insist upon S. S. S.; nothing can take its place.
S. S. S. cures also any case of Scrofula, Eczoma. Rheumatism, Contagious
Blood Poison, Ulcers, Sores, or any oilier form of blood diaease. Valuable
books on Cancer nnd Blood Diseases will bo mailed free to any address by
Swift Specific Company, Atlanta. Georgia.
City Dray and Express Line,
ROSS & HIFB, PROS,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADATS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONES NO. 50 AND 52.
TRADBRS XUMBIOR CO,
Champion Shot of the World.
Miss An nio Oakley writes: "Myself
unit many of the Buffalo Dill Wild West
Co. have givon Allen's Foot-Ease, tho
powder to shake into tho shoes, a most
thorough trial, and it doos all if not
more than you claim." It instantly
takes the sting out of Corns and Bun
ions. Allen's Foot-Ease is a certain
curo for swolleu, hot, aching, nervous
or sweating feet. Sold by ull Druggists
and Shoo Stores, 25c. Address Allen S.
Olmsted, Lo Roy, N. Y.
Hog Raisers. See.
Insure your hogs against loss from
disease iu Tho Farmers Mutual Hog In
surance Association of Omaha. Plan
mutual. Absolutely safo, costs less and
more cquitablo than any other associa
tion or company. Write or sen H. E.
Pond, Supt. of Agoacies, Red Cloud,
Nob. Olllco in Moon Block.
Card of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Hastings and
family tako this opportunity to sincere
ly thank tho tunny friends and neigh
bors who kindly aud faithfully minis
tered to thorn iu their rectnt distress
and borcavement in tho illness nnd
death of their baby Harold.
Geo. E. Hastings.
Mits, Amok Hastikus.
One hundred aud sixty acres of un
improved laud four mile; northwest oi
Red Cloud, consisting of the west half
nf llid nm-tliu-nst ntiiirter. nnd tin- nsr
half of the northeast quarter, of sec
tion fifteen, in township two north,
range eleven west. Tho land is leased
at present, but subject to sale. Price
$2,500. For further iuformatiou apply
to Mrs. Jamks Kiumvood,
Regular examinations for persons
desiring to teach in Webster county
are held in the superintendent's office
at Rod Cloud, the third Saturday in
Eva J. Case, Couuty Supt.
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lots. All druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. 25c. The genuine has
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
LUMBER and COA1.
Kvtllcliiaji: material, Etc.
PLATT & ?FREES CO.,
Ghieago kumber Yard,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Lumber, Lime, Goal and Cement.
"TO THROW OO01) JtONKV AKTKU HAD
will but increase my pain." If you
htiVe thrown away moiioy for medicines
that did not cure, now begin taking
Hood's Sarsaparllla, the medicine that
TE1EPH0NE NO. 37 !
Exposition All Right.
A number of prominent Nebraska
aud I nva gentlemen wero appointed a
committee to examine the exhibits,
amusoments, grounds aud gonoral feat
ures of tho Greater America Exposi
tion. These gentlemen in thoir report
declaro the exposition far boyoud thoir
expectations in excellence. Thoy com
mend it as in every way worthy of pub
lic patronago from an educational as
well as an entertainment standpoint.
Thoy spoak very highly of Machinery
hall, of the Manufacturing and Agri
cultural buildings. Thoy mention the
new mid novel things not soon before,
showing thai the beautiful grounds aud
buildings, the music, the art display,
tho Indian congress, etc., nro uot tho
onlT foautrcs to this truly inaguilicont
Hood's. Pills curo sick headache, In
Card of Thanks.
Wo desire to thank our many friends
who so kindly assisted us during our
into ueroauomont in tuo ueain ot our
father, for their kind help and sympa
Mtt. and Mita. A. U, Kalkv.
"DeWitt's Little Early Risers did mo
more good than all blootl medicines
and other pills," writes Geo. II. Jacobs,
of Thompson, Conn. Prompt, pleasnut,
never gripe, thoy cure constipation,
arouse the torpid liver to action and
givo you clean blood, steady nerves, a
clear brain aud a healthy appetite. C.
Card of Thanks.
We desire to thank the many friends
who so kindly assisted us during tho
late Illness and death of our wife and
J. F. Goodk and Family.
Hamilton Clark, of Chauncoy. Ga..
says he suffered with itching piles
twenty years bufore trying DoWltt's
Witch Hazel Salve, two boxes of which
completely cured him, Bowaro of
worthless and dangerous counterfeits.
C. L. Cottiug.
Quickly curo constipation nnd robuild
and invigorate thu entire system nev
er ripo or nauseate DoWitt's Little
Early Risers. O. L. Cottiug.
w .iirr "1:
IS LOCATED IN THE
When my son George was
H, he was stricken with a ter
rible nervous affliction. Phy
sicians nor medicines helped
him. He lost his speech, use of
limbs and could hardly swal
low food. Before he had fin
ished a bottle of Dr. Miles'
Nervine he could talk and eat
well, and 5 bottles cured him
Mr. Julia O'Connor, Fulton, Ky. 99
is sold by all dru-g'.s'.s on guarantee,
first bottle benehts or money back.
Book on heart and nerves sent free.
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, tnd.
GfllEF - GfFIGE
and if you want any thing iu the lino of
Job Work or
justcallusup and lot us know and we will attoud to ynurlwauts.
Wo would also consider it a favor if you would report news
items to us by phone,
uy nog uiseaso ictiuiurai saved iy iuhtinntr your
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