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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1901)
Is hard cnotili n
it Is. It Is to Iiit that
we owe our world,
ami every thl in;
.should he made ns
easy ns possible for
her nt the time of
Is just what
will do, It will malt u
Jmbv's cotnintr easy
and painless, and that without talc
ing dangerous drugs into the sys
tem. It Is simply to ho applied to
tho muscles of the abdomen. It
penetrates through tho skin carry
ing strength and elasticity with it.
It strengthens the whole system and
prevents all of the discomforts of
The mother of plumb babe in
Panama, Mo., nays: "I have used
Mother's Friend and can praise it
Get Mother's friend at the
Drug Store, SI per bottle.
The Bradfield Regulator Co.,
Write for our free Illustrated hook,
" Before llnby is Horn."
,,M llltl.l lit SI (Villi.
Hnmncc OSS V'.'1
ha .! m.kM (tm ,1 ., anil ,lta
lmrxi Itrk- lttrr. Iiut make tho 'D
leather soft unit pllnllp,putA H In mn. l
illtlon to Inat-twleu i" lung
. in It nnllnnrlly wmM. J
Fill rvrrv-nrr 13 aa all I
h. d. bedford,
Real - Estate, - Insurance,
Agent lor tho Kqtitaiii.k .vv. Assut-
Dr. E. A. Creighton,
Honorary (.raduato & Silver Modalist
Western UniTCiHity, Canndn.
Galls Anawkhk Day and Nioht.
rrrci OtiCk' rammer.
J. S. EMIGH,
IF TOU WANT IT.
Orrn I Briigi Wirk r Teeth Withiut Platei.
Alt all th latest laprTement la eitl meob
Wo ran surnish you brick in
any quantity at the ItiwoM pos
sible rate, liiick on .salt) nt
'itlii-r of the lumber yard.
Get Our Prices Before You
Red Cloud, Neb.
SALZER'S SEEDS H
WILL MAKE YOU RICH" H
iiiiBiBHuanntr piaiemem. DU1HA1 fat
UriWMI Uftf H nilt Mt.nllmiL Hi
'til'! ; Combination Corn.
ha ii reateat marrel ol tho airei
S Utomof haTperacre. V'lni
gk crop iU weeks after eowlag
What Is It
roi ido. tTAypi
l m4 cUlo, U Qrtla
WU ll Mi. M A.) IW1,
Jthw A. lilwr m4 . U tnm. H,1
Ji ' M
Hatches all llatchabln Eccs .- IIr
it9 uu man any oinor macana
made Requires no supplied mouv
uro. Perfect Vontllatlon. Equal
Hood. Abdolutoly Automatic.
TRESTER SUPPLY CO.,
103 8. 11th fit., Lincoln, Nob,
w 5 "
m H It ItlfZ
Q lMMl i yugli L' iu. TaU' (icxxl. Cm fjl
Tfl la time, ulit by dfniilt. g
GOLD IN PHILIPPINES
Plenty of Precious Metal In Out
Mnnr Aniprloiiiia Sot RnffflRrtl
Nurfnrc OpprnMoin Intcrrat-
Inir I'nrllcntnrit hy Mlnlntr
Tho subject of gold lo bo found ii
nur nt-wly iicciiilu-tl I'aclllc islnnds i.
1 rented in the Engineering ami Mlniii
Journal by 0. I). Rice, He aiiys tha
although there Is plenty of the pre
eioiiM metal in the Philippines, it can
nnt. lie obtained in anv conslderabli
amounts without the erection of largi
Miimp-mtlln or smeltlug-plants, ant
that the mnn who Is looking for goli
without great capital hnd better en
tcr the field simply as a dealer, buj
Ing up the accumulated hoards of tin
natives In the Interior. Mr. Jtlch tell
us that, generally speaking, the gob
is found either In alluvial depotltj oi
In ledges and veint. The former (pa;
best at present, and numerous dls
churned soldiers and civilians st !
ready making considerable rtone
from operating on the river bik ii
the foothills. Says Mr. Rice: (
"flome miners In tho Philippine
claim to have mada large prolts b;
working the sand and beaches on tin
seacoast. I saw one plnce alng tin
beaches of Panay where there wm
mining apparatus in operathii for i
mile or more, gelling out the gold dc
posits, which probably hn heel
washed Into the ocean in the urrcn
of some river and deposited i ong tin
hori's. The gold obtained cmed ti
lie very tine and worn miiooII bt lonj
action of the waters. Etiiliitlj t In
original lodgment of this j ld wa
in home far-awii, mniiiittiin, . ii it wa
wahed tollieM-n- b iln-riiel- liiel
f thi (.'old :i- iiiM-ilile ainlJMiulii hi
clacked nin'er the head f llnugold.
"Placer aolil in the I'liUm-lfes al
waj: has n r-1 1 1 n 1 1 m t- .ip,,i u.ince foi
the reason that it is t limbic about Ii
the ravines and along the rilr-eoiirsei
for a long time befoic itiein-lies i
place, of dcpoMt in the shoils of somi
rier or at the beaches, 'llic nativei
hint- been at work getthg gold foi
nearly 100 jears anil sone of their
lune secured large store if the valu
able metal without kunwiig its trui
alun. 1 Ii.'mc enteieil oiji .vi;ic);s o
the tin I i for a tcstinj.- piice thriiul
llif'niyln ainl.h:ic Ine shown III
collections of gold uinlihcr mctalr
of the native father ail his faiuilv
Although the shack mn tint be worfl
ten dollars and there mn hcnMioi-tngt
of the necessaries of iff, the nntiv
miner will be alile ( exhibit a bag
fill of nuggets iiboutlhe slc of peas
most of them being llrtened and worn
Flour gold. too. wIMie seen, but thii
is the kind that the utie sells or dl
posc of in some wn.vnlrst and he kecpi
the nuggets. In faJ. in almost eer
portion of the aiellpelago, until tin
past few months, tere has been pme
tlcally no irotltiiliMwn, for tin: native
uilners to change ais treasure intn
commercial nionevl lie has had to do
his bartering withgold, and frcciient
! the gold has lad but little em
rent value In seelons of the islands
which have been Jit oil" from the nut
side world. I live een natives in
actual want who eru possessors of lit
tle boxes of gold
"A far richermeld to work in tin
Philippines thai'prospeeting just now
Is to go among iSese isolated mountain
towns and hm-Jux for the iiurnnsi nf
purchasing thi accumulation of gold
In. the hands if natives who have not
the ability to ispose of it. There arc
many of the iiJive- who never go inorr
than tlve. mil, from their homes dur
ing their llv. and thev might have
M-veral thoi.iud dollars' worth of
gold which hey have collected since
they could Aork. and have not been
able to gctjihc benefit of It for want
of means u changing it into commer
cial money Large amounts, of this
gold could lc bought up and shipped to
the seaman for transportation to
Amerle.i o' other countries, and the
returns witild be prolllahle.
"It is evMcnl that there will not be
a in fteiifiv-f milling operations in the
Philippine until parties with capital
enter theiii'd and pin up slaiup-niills
or snifltig-phiiits. There are Mini,,
rich lodt in the mountains f 4 he
southern' islands of the Philippines,
and in css than live years some of
the prouoters of mining schemes there
are goIJg to make a grcut amount of
money. There are thousand', of ua
tives a.illahle for service in the minex
at thelow rate of wages of ten to llf
teen Juts per day, while there are a
greatnumber of Chinese coolies here
who lould work for even less than
that There are at present koiiiu Amer
ican Ailning concerns represented here
and ktcps are being taken to put In"
ncccnarv. eouinmoiit t ...m,.. .v..
'veins of, quart which have been lo-
ateii, i, nave been throiirh the mit
iui,' sieijins i.i iMinn ,,lt , t ,
l ' I (1 III l! MHl'l
-Kill I. veiy msui,.,. the s.uupu of
gold on were pioinislug."
Aratt I'uU'i I.oiik U;,e (o Bna
iu ii sain mai the. anniversary
tho succession of the v,n.it..
JVt will be signnllcd by the na
Ion of Arabl Pimhn. wl,n i,,.. i....
f s) t . . . . ' tiwe uir.
in;iu uv UIC Jlr t s i
as ii nrltinni't- nt
war on the island of Ceylon for "0
y curs, no wn
""J 1'gyptlnn peasant,
nil great courage had
out ny genius a
t risen to n high position in the service
oi me Kiieuivw. in 1881 he started
the movement ngninst tho despotic
rule of Turkey that secured for hit
country a parliament formed on west
ern models and reforms that were
greatly needed. Ills success alarmed
the Kuropcan creditors of h'gypi, who
were obliged to look to the sultan for
their pay, nnd a Hritish army with
tho cooperation of tho fleet defeated
Arab! and his forces. Little Chron
is.. " ' ' ,. . -"
"What nre yon reading, Doric?"
"I'apa'ft poeinb." "Jleeu naughty '.'"
"Didn't, it miike Mr. Stu.woMint
mad to lnue Mr. Peterby gl Miss
IletiMiiiliurst n canary blrdV" 'Well,
If It did, he neer allowed It. He
simply hurried up nntl bought her a
cat." Hrooklj n Eagle.
''.Vc. that cheeky young Winter-
green tnntle a menu or tno nnugiity
l)e Noting the wry first time he
her!" "How did he do ItV" "He
asked her If her hair wasn't premn
turrly gray." 'levcland Plai'n Dealer.
Iti ngley "Well, old man, I'm to be
married to-morrow." Nnggs "I hope
011 nave tiiougiit tins over careiuny,
llliifiey; do you love her?" Illngley
-"Oh, don't he wentlmentnll The girl
has money Isn't that enough?" Ohio
"I think 111 let you measure me
for a sack suit out of this cloth," said
Crolly, indicating hU preference
"Very well," said his tailor, "I can
mak you that suit for $30 or $100."
"Wlmf the idea In the two price?"
"Cash or credit." Philadelphia Press.
Landlady "Ueg pardon, sir, but did
I understand as you were a doctor ol
music?" Musician "I am, ma'am;
why?" Lundlady"Vrll, Hlr, my Hil
ly 'ava just been and broke Mb con
certina, and I thought as 'ovr I shud
he glad to put a hodd job in yer way."
Olglamps- "Ilashly is the luckiest
man I know." Sharpley "Why, 1
thought him particularly unfortu
nate." (llghimps "Why, lie draws a
pension for being wounded in war,
and now he in to get damagct for hav
ing been hit by a trolley ear." Town
The Right Pitch. Finite "T
thought I'd practice on my cornet last
cteiilng, but In line me I couldn't
get the right pitch mi It." Itrattc
"Couldn't miii get the window open?"
"What's the window got to do with
it?" "Well, the right pitch would
have been through that." Philadel
WOMEN RUNNING STORES.
The Lallar I)nr Sratnn of Sanding
ItoBauU "on AiroTl" !
Tho "returners" is the title applied
to a large nnd growing number of worn
en who deal with the department anr
other retail stores who do business or.
credit. So great has become the femi
nine army deserving the new appella
tion that store managers are consider
Ing the desirability of making up a
"black list" fur mutual protection, sayi
the Chicago Chronicle.
"The women are having ton much fun
at our epcnsf," said a .State street
man the other day. "We would give n
big price for a remedy that would sav
us without hurting the feellngx oi
costing us the patronage of the mad
urns and misses who seem to think t
have invited them to dabble promis
cuously iu our stocks."
The custom objected to is that by
which goods may be taken home "on
approval." The scheme operated well
at tIr.M, but soon women noticed that
there was no bar to ordering in quau
lltles far beyond needs or intention ol
buying, it is quite the thing nowa
daws for a inntron of good llnaneial
standing who wishes, .say, a new lion
net, to spend the day In "shopping"
nt down-town millinery emporiums.
From each of a doen she ordered a
choice piece of headgear sent up "on
approval," and when her husband
eiii'i's liniiie at niirht she dons them
each iu turn and tries to obtain his in-dor-en
cut of the most expensive
Failing that, she works 'Mown grade"
until he throws up both hands. Or per
haps she has a similar "trylng-on bee"
with her female friends for critics,
In any event, It of the 12 bonnets
are sent back the next day. without
any cash to pay the storekeeper for the
wear and tear Incidental to the trip his
pet. itinfectlons have taken -"on ap
proval." After a few excursions of thin
nature he U obliged to retire the bon
net from exhibit ion and charge Its cost
to profit and Ion,
"If these 'returners' don't have more
pity they'll .end me to Kankakee,"
walled a sufferer. "I'd go back to the
'cash down' system, but that Would
mean prompt loss of my trade to my
rivals. Oh, for a Moses!"
flcqaal to llrtim,
A Pnria merchant dreamed of his
daughter who died several yearB ago,
and next morning, with his dream
still mournfully haunting his mem
ory, wuuetliiiig brought, to his mind
that It was one of the days on which
I ho municipal lottery wan open. To
the lottery, thereupon, ho went, be
ing a man of sporting instinct, nnd
Ills dream suggested the venture. His
daughter having died nt the nge of
.'I years, I.I days, I hours, he se
lected thesu three numbers to U't
upon, and two of the three proved
highly lucky One oil which he hnd
laid Ss. -M. brought him 3J0 times
his stnke, or 100, and the other
4,850 times his stake of 1 12. fld.,
or fl,80. London TiMUU.
Hlbarlan Ilanka Get Mora Ittllnd.
The Husxlan minister of finance has
accorded the UuMo-CliIuese bank and
all lt branches in Knst Siberia the
SlieclnlTV valuable m-U-ltiw... nt tl.o .-...
j purchase of gold dust and nuggets,
Without demanding from the seller
any proof of origin, says a Rt, Peters
burg correspondent, t'p to the pres
ent i his piinhnsf of gold has I een
strictly pioh.bitid by the linshlau gov
ernment, mid the concession is in
tended to paralyze the secret sale of
this gold to other countries. The com
ing heavy purchases by the bank will
strengthen the gold reserves In the
Itiibslan imperial bank, which have
been greatly depleted by the expendl
turo over Chlnn. N. Y. .Sun.
THE GRIP EPIDEMIC.
The Disease More Prev.ilint than Ever
and quite as total. The best treatment.
The gup has sin pi isctl the doctors
and liimltlt authorities tills uasoii by
Itstapid spretut mid by ionic novel
symptottm. W'lillo it spates nobody
it is proving especially dangerous to
middle-aged and elderly persons. In
many cases cither ti fatal onset of
pneumonia, or u completu breakdown
of health and strength, is apt to fol
low tin attack of grip.
The wise, course for all is prevention.
Uy wearing n Horsou's Porous Plnster
on tho chest and back you protect tho
lungs f i om cold and chill nnd (with
otdinnry caic) you tiro safo from grip.
For those who nro nlrcudy suffering
from grip, or tho usunl wintor coughs
mid colds, Uonson's Porous Plnsters nro
ii sure- and speedy relief nnd euro.
Highly niodielnnl nnd scloutllio.
Uofuso imllatlona nnd substitutes.
Only tho gonuino nro effective Kx
amino when you buy. Snabury &
Johnson, Manufacturing Chomists,
Low Rata, West and Northwest.
At a tituo of year whon thousands
will tako advantages of thorn, tho Burl
ington Houto makes sweeping reduct
ions in i's rntes to tho West and North
westto Utah, Montana, Washington,
Oregon ahd Hritish Columbia.
I Untcs: February 12, 10 anil 20.
! March 5, PJ, 19 and 20. Aptil 2, I), 10
2!J anil 30 Hates nro shown below:
To Ogden, Salt Luke, Huttc, llolona,
'Anaconda, uml .Mts()ul:r $'21).
To all points on the Northern Pacilic
lty. west of .Missoula, including Spo
kanc, Seattle, Tncnnti, Poitland, ns
well as Vancouver, and Victorin, IJ (J.
j To all points on the Spokane Falls &.
Notthern Ily. ami tho Washington v
Columbia Kivcr It It. $28.
Never has tho Pacilic Northwest
heeu us prosperous ns now. Labor is
on constant demand ami wages nro
high. Tho money making opportuni
ties nro beyond number in mines,
lumber, merchandising, funning, fruit
rinsing, lishiug, and all tho other in
dustries of a great nnd growing count
ry. Literatnro on request fiec. J.
I'rnnci.dcn'l Passenger Agent Omaha,
The smoke r.s of Red Cloud can find
on sale by II. IC. Gi'ioo and a few of tho
locol dealers one of the choicest and
iiiit phenomenal retailing eigat sever
manufactured in the west, the "Tuck"
cigar. It is hand made throughout and
uiiiqunlcd iu workmanship by any 5
cent cigar on tho market. Tho "Tuck"
cig'ir lias iu its filler tho finest grade of
ohl unll.woicd tobacco that can In pur
chased and used iu a ft cent cigar Its
dial! is perfect ion Tho '"'fucU'' dear
is packed in tin foil in packages of tivo
with the object in vinvv ot Keipingit
fresh, ic taming Inn llavoi and protect
ing it from htviikniM when cairiediu
tho pocket. Tim "Tuck" cigar is in
fact pertcction in everything that is
ri quit cd to make a choice smoke
There is no cigar made in tin; live cent
cigars that equals tho Tuck cigar, in
lino workmanship, quality, draft and
filler. Trvthn "Tucks".
Thin, pale, anaemic girls;
need a fatty food to enrich:
their blood, give color to
their cheeks and restore their ;
health and strength. It is
safe to say that they nearly
all reject fat with their food.
COD LIVER OIL
WI7HHYP0PH0SPHITES or LIME SODA
is exactly what they require;
n it notonly gives them the im- jj
portant element (cod-liver oil) $
o in a palatable and easily di
j gested form.but also the hypo- f
! ( phosphites which are so valua-1
1 ! ble in nervous disorders that
usually accompany ansmla.
H SCOTT'S EMULSION is a $
fatty food that is more easily
digested than any other form
of fat. A certain amount of
i I flesh is necessary for health.
j You can get it in this way.
I We have known per
t sons to gain a pound a
day while taking it.
J ) joe. n J $1.00, 1I drugglit J.
I 5COI I uuwnct iirinivi j
W. B. ROBY,
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn,
Bated Hay and Coat Oil.
HiVlO - AIVO
No. i Third Avenue, Red
Chicago - Lumber - Vard,
TlfcAJLTERS IVCJMBKSIfc CO,
Red Cloud. -
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" Ii H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERY STOCKMAN AND FARMER.
How many or you have lost tho prlco of this KtiRltio In onii day on accouut of Iu
sufficient wind to operatu your wind tnlllD, iciivini; your Mock without water. Out one
now to do your pumping when tliuru Is no wind or to do It reulurl". Weather docs not
!l.,.'oct.l,s w"r.k ,Klt ,,r 0l)l1' w,a or ,uv. wlnu or cnlm. It N afi iliu muiio to this machine.
Will also shell corn, isrliid feed, saw wood, churn buttT and Is handy for a hundred other
Jobs. In tho h'liiso or on tin, furm. Ousts nothing to keep when not worklnir, Hnd only 1
to S coats per hour when worklnir. Shipped completely set up. ready to run. no foumlv
uoii iii-rui-ii, 11 Kirjii iiiiiur mm money Miver.
absolutely safe. Wo make- nil sizes of Uasollno Kngiuo, I mm t'i t'o7." hone power.
VI viiuuiiii ti i i njnjtun ii iiji'i,
City Dray and
E. inH. ROSS. PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAUS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 52.
PABST MILWAUKEE Beer
ALWAYS ON TAP.
U UZD ud Uald PMUllla boiu imIkI
U blM rlblwi. Tak atker. BcfViM
Baasaraaa HaaaUlallaa aa laUta-
air .1 j :t Draabl, r m4 4. la
iuh fer I'aHlaalara, TaatlataalaU
U4 ''Killer for La4laa, In Utlw, .J ra.
tara Mall. lO.OUOTuUai.alaU. 0.ldtr
&1I matat.. fTklkafllarCJhailal .
HAIR BALSAM .
CKinicf and bfiulinei tb but.
1'mmnj.i a lmurlfttit rrowth.
Haver rll to II ton OraJ
Ualr to ila youthful Color.
G. V. AUGAIJIUGIIT,
ARTIST PORTRAIT PAINTER.
Red Cloud. Nkbhaska,
Landscapes, Flowers, Fruits anil Por
traits inailo to order.
STUDIO IK DA1IU1IKI.I. BLOCK.
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock Box S3. Quldo Hock, Neb.
v- k. Mr
All kinds of proporty boiipht, sold vati
SOXTOD - COAI,
Cloud, Nebr-, Phone No, 51.
Coal and Cement.
iteiiuires nr.ici leaiiv in) ailunt ion. ami u
& CO.. omflHfi, NEB.
of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
B. & M. B.7
RED CLOUD NEBR
81. LOUIS and
all points east and
8AL1 LAKE C"I
and all pointt
TUAINS LEaTE k ruLtOWRt
No. 13. rmiacuRer ilally for Obi-rlln
Htitl St. Prnucliibmiiclict. Ox
ford, McCook, Denver rikI nil
potiitH went....... .............. tl.'SS ,m
Ko, 14. FamciiKer ilally for St. Joe,
KnnstiH City, Atchison, bi.
I.oula. Lincoln via Wymore
anil all polntH caxt and houth H'15 ti.nt
No. IT. VanteuKer. dally. Denver, all
points in Colorado, Utah and
Calif ornln 8 MO p. a.
No. IB. l'anseiiRer, dally for SI. Joe,
KntiHRH city, AtchUon, St.
Louis and all points cast and
south .. ..10:00a a.
No. 144. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Hastlnes, Grand Is
land, Black Iillls and all
points In tho northwest I :d) p m
No. 143. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, Oberlln, Kansas, and
Intermediate stations, via lie
publican 12:30p m
No. 04. Freight, daily, Wymoro and
St. Joe and intermediate
Junction points 18:45 nm
No. B3. Freight, daily for Itepubllcau
Ork'RtiB, Oxford and all points
west . lOMOa.m
No. 6C. Frelcht, dally except Sunday
, .. '9r Wymore and all point cast 8.45 am,
No, 173. Freight dally to Oxford and
Intermediate points lLVinm
HlecnliiK. dlnliic, and rccllnlnc chair care,
(seats free) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggage checked to any point In the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tablcB. maps or tickets
. h0,It wllrcafi a. conover, Agent. Jted
Cloud, Ncbr. or J. Francis, Ocuersl Passenger
Agent Omaha, Nebraska.
tho (Taiuent cauw of ArpenHcttTa and rnni oUrm
loui Ills thuuld nTr bo n vlec-twl. The objection to tha
Inrmuirs comuipntlon lutrailotcurlnirlt. 1'AHKElfH
tllNOEK TONToT. tho t.rorr remedy. It anion th?
IJTf r. and when ud u dlrocKtl, inimnciillj reiuor w
tlit comtlpaUoo. do eta. & gLOf at ail imigtrUti
.. kn.ua. ., . wmirii - wni kv.,!,. n-aCHOn WniOIl
For 14 Cents!
- rv T.tllH,
lr.kf.HlM IUodT.m.l.H..J, a .11
WVfQttl tot folloaln. fir. . M.a.i.t..
1 " 'a.r.Nl.rt.a(iiryab.cH-,i. .,
I ' ll-DarlUdl.hKrt4, 'IS
lbmnuki(H r.r. aof.lu.a will
..train bk C.lo,,,,iH0, ail abJJ, '
Alao Choice iln0a Heed, title, a lb.
llOHH A.SAIIK SECDCO.. UCr..,a,wu.
mk.pmimrme -imm r-a
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