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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 28, 1900)
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ME.ilis of women overshadow their whole lives.
jyv Some women are constantly getting mcaicai treat
ment and are never well. "A woman best understands
imen's ills, and the women who consult Mrs. Pinkhatn find
Vn hfr cntinsel nractienl assistance.
A' Mh Plnlrlintn'n nrlilrnsa la T.vnn.
Mrs. Maiiel Good, Correctionville,
la., tells how Mrs. Pinkhatn saved
her life. She says:
' I cannot Jhank you enough for
what your medicine has done forme.
I can recommend it as one of the best
medicines on earth for all women's
ills. I suffered for two years with female weakness nnd at
last became bedfast. Three of our best doctors did me no
good so I concluded to try Lydiu E. PinkhamV. Vegetable
Compound. After taking a few bottles of yotirmciV-inc, I was
able to do all my house
work. I know that your
medicine raised mc from
a bed of hickness and
perhaps death, and am
very thankful for what It
has done for me. I hope
that every suffering
woman may dc per
suaded to try your medicine."
. Get Mrs. Pinkham's advico
as soon as you begin to bo
puzzled. The sick headaches
and dragging sensation come
from a curable cause. Write
help as soon as they ap.
Mks. Dole Stanley,
writes: " Dear Mrs.
Pinkham I was troubled
with sick headache and
was so weak and nervous,
I could hardly go. A
friend called upon me ono
evening and recommended Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, saying that she knew that it would cure me. I then
ent for your medicine and after taking five bottles of it, I was
entirely cured. I cannot praise it enough."
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m sfe f
tlutt wo full whorl of doing so, V it
grently npurecinto thu nisistmico given
us In news gnthui ing hut would like to
bo plnciil iimlor obligations to nil. If
you know h hit of ncwH lull ns about it
nnil lot us jtulgi! ns to whether it sliouM
bu published or not. In this itmnnur
you will Unit out. wlmt other know
mill they in turn will rcip tint bonellt
of wlmt you luivo told us,
W'v WMiilil i,i ut i-i' itn nnj of tin
in .v vim'-irn I nmi Nciir:ikti II ". (i-u
I ). M ))' j li ml we know n no one
1 hiii l' i)oiili-i4 who wnolil Mi-nr tliu
lut ttiiii in. in irr.ii'u Mini iHunliy.
Without i!i-lrini to ilml(i'i"liii:i o thu
ability "I 'lit- ii imr 1 1 - ii 1 1 1 1 -. vu ibiiik
bis si'lutMiuii would be ii gimil thinr for
till! SllllC. 1'UIU lll till) lligll Ollll'U Im
now buhls, nnil by bis Imii rtxIiliMit-o
in VViKliingtiiii, mul bciiic tboiiiiit'lilN
niqitiiiiitrtl with tliu uif nibiM-o of bulb
bi'iiiiclics of conutc.x.s ntitl uNo tin
IipiuU of tlm various dt-piiituifiiiH,
do not lifsita.u to say thai .Mr Mfikt-1-
tlve for several months Marshall no
ticed that the toll of his pvt had dis
appeared. In a few weeks 1 lie rooster
lost his spurs and his comb, nml later
his feathers began to change color.
Kxperts were called in and pronounced
the cue n mystery.
Mnrsliall thought he li ml n wonder
and locked the rooster In bis ba semen 1
for sofe keeping. One morning In was
astonished to And nn ojrtf In the cellar.
He could not believe that (5 e rooster
had laid the egg, but thmisht some of
his friends had put It there for a juke
Determined to solve the e;ne. he
crctcd himself in the cellar one night
and watched the rooster lay an egg.
Now he declare" that he owns one of
the wonders of the world.
Harmony In Nnlurc.
Naturalists sny thnt when exam
ined minutely with a microscope it
will be found that no creature or ob
ject In nature Is positively ugly; that
there Is a certain harmony or sym
metry of parts that renders the whole
agreeable rather than the reverse
Kn the limit illkiiirreeiible tusks tn
j.ilui wou il tin tin- strongest unit mmi I frt wun viewed In their proper pro-
iniltietiiiiu iiiuii iMuuinsKii mis wiiiiui portions, reveal a poetic, un attractive.
amoa Mi OO'It 9W
'SISIBMUQ 11V AB Q10S
urwg pur Xpog u
X&utrjT pur qirwH moat .
mop mj) v 'Pra "H Dl !A!3V IU0H
ounj wjouioij pur sjAog pur jjajt "fl uD
'ijjtujojs am iuiji3uwis 'mtojdwXs ,m waouim pp!"?)
samia hsv Amorad
jojjnoa tnriqo oj 3upji t 3Jjp put Jtd
AonKi n oitru tru 3 am araui onr au t 'fiaMoq aq
o uojupuoa pa23ota r pur jaAjj pjdioj uratu stuoidtuAf aiJX
her boiileis for u tepresiititntivu hi lb
United States suuate. Wu do not think
there U a mmi niuung the can(lnlnt"
who have been iimucd who cun di
moru good tor Nebrnskn, and lliatU
what wo all want. Let the leglslatuiu
name Meikeljohu as the peoplu'd choice
without nnv tight, and then let tho oth
er coutestmits tight il out as to which
roKi inin bt
PUHLlbllKll EVKKY FRIDAY
Bntered st tho post offlcc t Rod Cloud. Ncu.m
toU(J clm mull tutivr.
Local silvcrtUliiK b routs cr line per lun
licnl AilvcrtlaliiK for eutcrlnliiintmtn, eon
ern.soclhln, stc, glcn by cIiiucIiun, charllHble
iocletles, etc.. where nil uiiiiiojh rslfcil then
frtm are imeil wholly fur church or clmrltRLle
cletlea, flrntten lines free ami allovvrtcn
lines SVi cents per Hut per Ikhiic
Ltcal adrertlilm tf entertainment, concerin,
recitals, etc.. where per cent la Klven to pro
satters, cents per line per Imnie.
One column per month 17 ft)
One hair column per month .1 mi
Out fourth column per month 1 75
Oencral dlnplny atlvcrtUlng 81 cents cr
side hitherto undreamed of. Turn on
the sunlight of good cheer, the de
termination to set' the bright ns well
un the dark Mile, nml you will find
something pleiinant, even in the mott
olttsift Netdtel by Oak Trait,
An oak tree of a? trage slt, with
700,000 leaves, 11 fU from the earth
into thu air about 123 tons of waUr
during the five monthn it Is In leaf.
Wot Flflr-Sen-rai Yean It Hans Or
Ike Oldcat Mnrkrt la
Eat and Run.
Alderman II. J. Zayas, of Helens,
Mont., was recently the recipient at
the hands of Cuban friends, in recogni
tion of his cervices in behalf of that is-
Tho tolegrnphnfi strike on tho Santa
F'' hu hern ilecbired off and a good
inuny of the stnkets iitu now hunting
In looking over tho INt of Nebraska
towns having u population of two
thousand or over we llud thnt the city
of Red Cloui is missing.
Untwuun J. Sterling Morton'it Con
servative and V. .1. Bryan' Commoner
the split-up demoerney promises to bo
wall represented in Nebraska
Tho balance in inula in favor of the)
United Statos timing MeKinloy's first
term will bo $3,000,000,000, and prom
ises to get beyond that amount during
his second term
By a vote of tifty tlve to eighteen, the
sunato on Thu sday last rati lied the
Hay Pituneefotn treaty for tint inoditi
cation of tho Ulayton-Bulwer treaty of
1850, after a fuw umundinunH hud
Tho Statu Teneliitis Axsoiltlion i
holding its miinial session in Lincoln
this week. Over one thousand teaeli
eismoiii attendance and the sc.-moii
ii'ntiii-fs to bu the most iuteiesting
one ivrr held.
From the seu'.inienl expressed by
tho tnuinbeis of tbo next statu legisla
ture thus for, it is now certain thai the
coining session will bo marked by
economy and good business sense in
thu mutter of useless employes mul
double payment of official potqiiisltes.
Hx President Cluveluud'.bas wrltteu a
lo g at tielo showing how Bryai.i-iu has
caused tho downfall of thu democnttle
party. It would now ho Jin order for
Bryan to come eiit in an extended at
tlclo in bis new paper and show just
what part of that downfall is due to
Mr. Ulovelands last nitininlstrattoii.
Tho Now YoiK I'liues publixbes a
table containing the complete vote- cast,
f ,r the several candidates for pi evident
at tho late election. The total vote is
given as 111,007,299, of which MeKmley
r jcelvod 7,217,077, mid Bryan 0,357,853,
making MoKinleys maturity over Bry-
r-an 850,824, and his majority over all
il'Groat cxeltemoiit was provnlout in
yo'ncoln one day last week over a re
Rr'rted attontpt to rob tho stato treas-
Jv'i. Why such a littlo thing as rob
J tt . -... liiot,., l.i nl.fiiilfl noilatt
' n BIBV" niomuiiiiii o..w..iv. .. .v
irotoniont is mote thun wo can sue
ilVhs duo to tho fitot that it happened
Wi ,t an neuurreucu whioh bus not
'A. a,., i uim.n ilm famous ballot re-
weokly newspaper. Tho new puhli
ealioti will hoeiilhil "Tno Commoner,"
and as the natuu suggests will be
used to adrincp Mr Bryan's idca ta
to tbo eommoii ptople at tho small
orico of ono dollar a year. Just what
was the e.iuso of hit changing
from the leetutu platform to a news
paper wu are tumble to understand un
less it wits the grunt falling-off in the
Wo would suggest as an alternttivo
lo Ihe long drawn out senatorial con
test of two years ngo, that thu republi
cans in caucus vote on who they do not
want and the aspirants he requested
to drop out its fast as It is decided that
they are not wanted. Repeat tho vote,
c.istingawuy ono each time, until there
are onlv two left. Then go in and elect
them. By ibis plan probably some of
tbo aspirants would ruali.i that it will
lake more than a fuw bought-up fusion
votes to elect them
About thu only chauco left for r nor
thern democrat to got into the stnate
is for a lepublicaii senator tn die in
some stato where tho ptople have been
foolish eiioujb to elect a iletnocratlc
governor, as In the cit-e of Senator
Allen of this statu and Cliu. A. Towue
of Minnesota. Just how il fuels to bu
senator appointed by thu governor and
ngNiiiHt tho will of iho mtijirity of the
people of thu state, representing a par
ty in the senatu that has fur its motto
"consent of thu governed" issotuutliing
that it is now up to W. V. Allen oud C.
A Tuvvne to explain
l'u (J. M. Hitchcock, Kditur Win Id
iU raid, Ouiiilia, Neb. AMI you now
pleasu emvfiilly wrap up that ''ilwiguf
iiigruliltulo" received by you u .stunt
while back and havt it ready t deliver
to K. UoHinvutur in about tiuee weeks.
You might als o unclose with il a fuw
resolutions of sympathy, such as you
alone know how to fotmiiintc. By do
ing this small favor you will earn thu
gratitude ot the people of the statu and
especially ot lliu guoil li'pilbllcuu!, its
they have no dcMru to bu tortured with
nnoiliui "..ting of ingtnlitmle," mid if
jnu have this old ono of yours yet it
it tvili be it great eh incu to gel rid of
H mul al tliu sauiu time gul a stand in
with thu people. Yotiis for MitTuring
Immunity, Littlk No Likk.
Cue of tho principal questions to
cnmubifore thu coming legislature is
the reapportionment of thu statu into
l ti-l itlvn ilisti lets, and in this a new
iii'p'ii'iuiu may bu taken. Thu rotten
condition ot ntTairs at South Omaha has
opened tunny eyes, and there will villi.
out doubt !) mi cIToit to llx the new
districts so that hereafter the Miikers
tit tbo packing house city cannot by
thu holding back of tettirns dictate the
complexion of thu state legislature
I'bu most feasible plan will ho to cm
Omahit and Douglas county into lcgi.
lutivu distriuUj, thus leaving South
Omaha in a dlitrict by itself. This
plan has been adopted in sninu of the
uasiurn states. It turns over to the
hoodlum element thu absolute control
of one district, but destroys their pow
er to steal tun or twelve voles.
There isn't a man who would be seen
running through the street munching a
piece of pie. Why not? Because it
would mean dyspepsia and stomach
I....I ,. i I...- t -..ii.,. ... wouuier -oi ui an: oui Because u
...... . .. ,... .... . ... w-- , wouldn,t look wclI As a nmtter of fct
"i hiiilii, .1 ouiiiiiaii i-uiii-iii-tii ins, IK'S-. ,,,,. t,,nlu
bpaulhh eoat-or-arms. po
kesses a very Interesting history. Thlt
coat-of-arms, says the Chicago Times
Herald, hung for f7 years our the
oldest market in llimna, known as the
I'Uwi Vieja. It was secured through
thecjiirtcsyof Major l'crfccto Lacoste,
Alfredo .ay as and Ouofiu Qomez, the
latter two eoiineilmen.
many a business man snatches a lunch
in such a hurry that he might as well
take it on the run. That is one reason
for the prevailing "stomach trouble "
among men of business.
There is a certain remedy for diseases
of the stomach and other organs of
digestion and nutrition. It is Doctor
rierce's OoUlcn Medical Discovery. The
I lAnrcf pneaa rtf iUonnoii ntwl stnfnarrtt nf
On March U7. 1813. at the beginning the 8tonwch have been cured by this
of the last revolution, It was taken medicine. It cures where all other
i:ovn and thrown into the street by a
Cuban named Jose lioii.iilez. He u.u
captured after a hard chase and shot
the next morning, at- Cabanas, for the
crime of Insulting the Swinish crown.
Seventeen years previous a Spanish
colonel was detailed by the captain
general to Inspect all the Spanish
property within the city limits. On
entering the I'lara Vieja the colonel ob
served that the crown was entangled in
cobwebs nnd ordered the porter of tho
market to clean it. A ladder was Im
mediately secured, while the colonel
stood under watching that the work
should be thoroughly done, and while
so directing the copper wire parted
which held the crown in position and
struck Colonel Ilamon Perez Novas
over the temple, breaking his skull nnd
killing him instantly. The porter was
sent to the enrcel (jail) and died there
about a year ago.
INVENTED BY A WOMAN.
Tat Spladla and Loom Wtra Orlfl-
all? Utalsnad by a Cklaaaa
All women are not degraded In China.
Witness the dowager empress, who
rose, by the force of her own will, from
the position of a slave to that of ruler
over the most populous nation on tho
globe. Notwithstanding the prejudice
against the sex among the Mongols
women occasionally break through the
barriers and achieve distinction.
In Shanghai, the metropolis of the
most coveted section of that nst em
pire, is a temple erected in honor of
Huang, a woman deified for her great
crlco to her pet pie. and Chinese men
do not di.-d.iin to worship before her
Centuries ago an elderly Iti'y of good
fami't am! cuniMiion. who I. : 'I iiherto
Ihed in the region of Kw jit-Tung, re
moved to Wn-NI-Chimr. ne.ir Shang
hai, where she spent the remainder of
her life. .Since the lady happened to
be Ihntig this simple event revolution
ized the pnxinee in which she made
her lion e It was a great i evolution,
jet the must conservative will not ac
eue her of having left "woman's
sphere." since her instruments were
those associated with countless wom
en, from Penelope, the terrible Kates,
and the "virtuous woman" of Solomon's
praise, down to our own grandmothers
the spindle and the loom.
Cotton fabrics have been used to
some extent In China for s0M) years,
but the cotton interest, now so Im
portant, received its first real impetus
bout 50O j ears ago.
means have failed to cure.
U took two IxMtle of Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Wcovery for stomnch trouble," writes
Clarence Caruei, isqof Tnylorstown, Loudoun
Co., Va. "It did mc so much good that I didn't
lute any more. I can eat
most anything now. I am so
well pleased with It I hardly
know how to thank you for
your klud Information, I tried
a wnote ioioi imiifri
before I wrote to
you. There was a
gentleman told me
about your medi
cine, and how it
hnd cured hit wife,
I thought I would
try n bottle of it.
Am now glad I did,
for I don't know
what I would have
done If it had not
been for Ur. rierce's
Golden Medical Dii
covery." Doctor Pierce's
liver, and cleanse the sys
tem of impurities. They
should always be used with
" Golden Medical Discov
ery " when there is need of
W. B. ROBY,
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn,
Baled Hay and Coal Oil.
No. i Third Avenue. Red Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51.
PLATT & FREES CO..
Chicago - Lumber - Yard.
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
HKPOKT OV THK CONDITION"
STATE BANK OF RED CLOUD,
CUAUTKII. No. 313,
Iuroriornted In the State of Nebraska, at the
close of business Dec. 11th, lUU)
Loans and Discounts tC8.6S9 47
Lumber, Lime, Goal and Cement.
TRADERS IvTJMBETe CO.
LUMBER and COAL
l3tiilciix3.tr material. Etc,
iivinlrafts. Hocnroil and unsecured..
Current extenes nnd taxes paid .
Dm; from XatlonalbtateHnd
l'rlvatf banks .TJ391 3C
Cibli HIIU or other banks 2.I0J 00
Pnictlomil currency, nlckloi
an. I cents 31 2.1
Speclo 3.113 00
Leanl Tender 1.J00 00
Tumi ciislion hand
Canliiil dock niild in fiWWO ihi
.Huriiliif fund 10.iO tin
Cndlx Med profits S,7.") 03
Individual dcptHls Hlbject
IUI CIll'l'K - . 'V.iUI IO
Demand ccrtlllciitcn ofde-
po-lt I.'w on
Time rertlth'iites of deposit.. 110 2'J
Total HeK)lt - to),&0 J
Oaaa II Orow,d aad Waa a Ureal
Fig h tar, Ron It Lars
Total 1111,320 4S
MATK "K NKII1IAI.KA, I
t uutiiy of Webster, j
I, W. T. Aitld. cashier of the
Hboc named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above ktaiemcnt la correct and a truu cony of the
report nude to the State llankhiK lloartl. , ,
jtteut:) W. T. Aulu. i ashler.
W. T. Auld. Director.
M. Foicn, Director.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this J8lh
day of December. 1900. . . , ,,
li. Dili. Aim llsoronn. Notary l'libllc.
ItKl'OUT OV THE CONDITION
PEOPLE'S BANK of RED CLOUD
Incorporated In tho State of Nebraska at the
dote of biuducxs December 13th, ivui.
Loans and Discounts
Dvi'idrattK. secured nnd iinrecureil
Warrautiaud Internal lletcuueMampH
Irvan will noxt turn his abili.
dillloult art of runnlog a
There is In Erifrewnter, the property
of one John Marshall, n former cltjr
polleeinan. u rooster that is not u roos
teror, better, a rooster that was once
a rooster, but U now a hen, a regular
common everyday egg-laying hen, re-
tiorts ft GhliTii'n pvi'linncr,. In ita
L-tHt wt-eK nuor HiiNWering iiiquii ien younger days this bird was a prize-uotu-erniiig
rortHin matter wisht-il , winning game cock, on exhibition at
for pitbllciitior , it gontlenmn reninrktil the Springfield state fair, where it cap
thtit hiMllili'ti't supposa we enroll for t"ed the prize. Marshall was very
miytlilnir HkM thnt or ho would havo !nuch 8triIC, vkith the qualities of the
given us lots of iU-in-. . believe thU ,,ri;in,n(1 I'"rcl'nsui ' brought it
inbomivrmrconimnii to many. ll. nC T 1 'V'.11 w.as 80" he ob-leci ,of
. , J all his neighbors' wrath because the
imusullifiy know nil about a certain fighting rooster killed all the cocks In
thing they luko il for granted tliut the neighborhood,
overviine ttocs. Wo endeavor to got nil It became necessary for him to lock
the nows going but realizo each weuk the bird up uud after It had been cap-
current expeiuen and taxes paid
Checks and other cash items
llauk. 73 9lll!
Hills of banks 3,0i 00
Nickels and cents ... Ill 43
Specie 'J.T W
Lexal tender notes 2 OUJ U)
Totl cash on baud -. ,
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" 1 H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
How many of you have lost tho prlco of this Englno In ono day on account of In
sufficient wind to opi'nite your wind mills, leuvltt)-your stock without wntor. Oct on
now to do your pintipliiK when thorn In no wind or to do It r" uliirl". Woutlior dooi not
affttct Its work, hot or cold, wot nr dry, wind or culm. It Is u tho sumo to this machine.
Will also sholl corn, crind feed, miw wood, churn ttutter and Is handy font hundred other
Jobs, In tho liotiHU or nn tho furm. CostM itothlnK to koop when not wrorltlmr, and onlp 1
to S cunts per hour when working. Shipped complotnly set. up, roady to run. no foundv
tton needed, n Rront labor and money saver. Requires practically no attention, and Is
absolutely safe. Wo make nil sizes of Uasollno Engines, from 114 to 75 bono power. Writ
r circular and special prices.
FAIRBANKS, MORSE & CO.. OOIAHA. NEB.
Ghieago InterOeean I
One Year tor $1.25
Capital nock.... .......-.,
HUIII1US iuiiu -
Hut plus fund
Individual Deposits subject
, IIN.W) no
.. 3,105 U)
m fIipiiIc- lasttii 79
Demand Certificates of dc
posit....- - 16.NH OT
Tlino Certificates of deposit 78 75-113,300 21
TATB(ir NEBIlAhKA I
County of Wibiter. ("
I, VV, A, Sherwood, caxhler of the
above named bank, do Koleuinly swear that the
itlioe ittateineut in enrrect and a true copy of
the report made to the statu IIuiiMiik board.
IattsktI Vt'. A .-imnwoon, Ciuhler.
.1. 1. .MiNi.lt. Director,
it II. MiNEit. Ulrectur.
Mitj'crll'ed and sworn to before tue this 97th
day of December, lftw.
; D, J. Mtirs, Noury Public,
City Dray and bxpress Line.
B, ifl. ROSS. PROF.
Goods. Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowt-stj
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAIS EXPRESS CO.
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