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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1901)
V. L. McMILLAN.
riJULIHHEI) RVBKV PIUOAY
Rntorod at the pout office t Itod Cloud. Nob.as
fCoud clam mall matter.
Cocal advertising 6 ceiiln er lino jut Ihmio.
Local Advertising for oiiterlalnianl. cmi
mis, nodal", etc., Riven by churches, charltablo
leclellcs, etc., vfliero all money mined there--roin
aroused wbally for church or charltablo
-oclelle. tint ten llnoii frco and allow ton
.nes 3)4 conl l'r lino per Issue.
Local advertising of chtcrtalutncnle, concern,
recitals, etc. whero per cent Is given to pro
motcrs, ft cent" per Hue per Issue.
... t. n .rwi.iOl ... . .... J U'
One half column per month . "
vine fourth column per month .. . -
General display advertising I 8 cunt per
Governor Dietrich has issued it proc
lamation sotting npnrt Arbor day,
22, ni n tree planting tiny.
Tho people of Nobrnskn gnvo tho re
publicans tho povvor to clout two sonn
tors, but thoro bus boon a Inmontnblo
balk In executing tho trust.
Colonel Bryan announces Hint ho is
.learning to sot typo. For tho last Uto
years bo has been ongngod In sotting
Ipins. St Louis Globe Democrat.
If an extra session of congress i
necessary, Cuba will bo responsible.
That island continues to causo this
government considerable extra ex
pense Tu'o propor way to do, if you aro an
gry with a bigger man than yoursoir,
is to walk ono hundred yards away and
-count ten thousand before jou start to
roast him. Ex.
This wook ends tho first term of
President McKlnley. It has made his
tory of which tho Amoi loans of tho
fuluro will feel proud and which tho
Americans of tho prusont havo ap
proved by tho biggest plurality in our
l'ho pooplo of tho wo9t aro gottnig
even with our eastern friends. Our
lough old Jack-rabbits nro boing sont
east and sold us Belgian harts ut fifty
ronts each. Tho "pure" honoy and
maple syrup wo buy uru it stand-off
with our Belgian jacks. Culbortson
town morn than a saloon. She m-ikIs
inonny out of town Hint hhoiild keep
people at work; sho breeds idleness,
tho mother of crime. Tho woman lor
whom nothing in this town is good
enough, is a wor.su enemy than tho
plngiiu. It liai always appealed to
'his paper that tho thing' sold by the
merchants and manufacturers who
itipport a woman's husband ought to
ho good enough for tho woman's hack,
and her stomach, and her parlor. If it
Isn't good enough she Hhould take the
old man to a town where things m
her bettor. Kmporla Gazette.
The actual work accomplished by the
fifty-sixth congress has an exceptionally
laii'o record Aside from tho Porto
Itlcaii and Hawaiian act, this congress
has passed a financial law establishing
a permanent gold reserve of about tlftO,
000,000, fixing the ratio between got I
and silver mid reorganizing the bond
ing ami banking systems of tho treas
ury; reorganizing the army; appropri
ating Urn representation in congress on
tho basis of tho twelfth census; giving
frco homos on tho Indian lauds; pro
viding for government participation
in tho Louisiana Purchase exposition in
1003; as woll as many other measures
of wido general imuortanco. But con
gress draws to a closo with some of the
most important nieasurei boforo it still
in doubt and liablo to oxplro without
final action, including tho Nicaraugua
canal bill, tho shipping subsidy bill,
the Pacific cable bill and tho oleomar
garine bill. The fato of sorao af theso
measures is very much in doubt, but
tho chances are decidedly 'against
Lut Monday Albert Btirdlok was
brought to this city from Mosutnout
with a bullet wound in ono shoulder,
'and lodged in tho
county Jul on u
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. ' charge of burglary. Tho facts in tho
, ,. . I ciso as near as can be learned are
All. the biooa in your voay passes inrouEn . KBir.lnv i.vnliiir lliinllek
vour kldnevs onco every three minutes
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no moneys aic yuur
blood purifiers, they III
ter out the waste or
Impurities In the blood.
If they are sick or out j
of order, they (all to do
matlsm come from ex
cess of uric acid in tho
blood, duo to neglected
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working In pumping thick, kidney-
poisoned blood through veins and arteries
was induced to enter tho store ol one
llnwloy In Uosemont through tho in
ducements of others, who hud alteady
plotted to inveigle him Into the store,
and had guards posted to dispose of
him when they got him However the
ovidenco n adduced, clearly vindica
ted Burdick of nny guilt and ho was nt
onco dismissed. It showed Unit he had
bfcn induced to enter the store through
tho inducements of another man who
had a Key. The nine I truly a veiy
much mixoil up on , one Mich as can
onlv comu from llo-tt'innut, and an
It used to bo considered that only urinary I , f , t t, , , t , , ()f
troubles were to be traced to tho kidneys, i ' f , ,. . ,.
but now modern science proves that nearly few months ago. In tell the truth we
all constitutional diseases have their begin-1 think It is about tmio tiiai wimn any-
nlng in kidney trouble. ono jH m-reHotl i'i lt-.seniout fur n ctimo
Ifvou are sick you can make no mistake i ..,.. , ... , ,...,., ,,,..
. . 1 -.. I.IJ -TM. IIJ . It WUllltl IllW I ' IMOIU'I M IHMM UIU II.
n.r aire, nnrmrini vmii Kiuiirvs. i nr iiim.
and tho extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cure3 of the most distressing cases
.-A I. mi-AA nn le mavlta A7
HliU 19 auiu VII 11 ...v. w
hv all druPPlsts In fifty- .alflm
cent and one-dollar sIz-BlwtriiaH
es. You may have a
sample bottle by mall Homo of swamp-Root.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Btngtiamton, N. Y.
I'm ! I Li'iiil Li
Twin - .....h
'ST?1 W Mtr
"Pvo got a great schomo." said he;
"I shall got rich at it." Again" nsked
his friend, who know tho usual results
of his schemes. "Oh this will pay.
I'm going to tako a largo consignment
of mice to Kansas and sell them to
saloon-keepers at W ludo.on." Pitts
burg Chronicle Telegraph.
Two travelers on a country road,
says a short grass exchange, mot with
mi nccidont to their buggy. While ono
of them hold tho team tho other wont to
a neighboring farm house for tools to
make repairs. Ho nsked tho farmer
r ho happened to bo a Swodo, If ho had
.. monkey wrench, and this was his
reply "No, Al hef not got a mongky
ranch; Al hef got a cattlo ranch. Mai
tirodor Olo hef got a horso ranch, Nels
'.Nelson hof got a hog ranch down by
das crick, and a yaukeo foliar hof a
shcop ranch bote llmf mile down das
road; but Al bait you, no fallor bin
blame fulo onouah to start mongky
ranch In das country."
Au old swlnile, that used to bo
worked when the lightning rod man
flourished, is being successfully worked
in somo parts of Nebraska. A "spec
tilator" visits a farm house, looks over
tho place and agrees to buy at tho far
mer's prico and makes n payment to
Wild tho bargain while ho is in tho east
getting the money. ;Soou speculator
number two tlio;is around and finds
jliat tho farm is just what ho wants
and olleis a much bolter prico than
dot s speculator number one. The far
mer Is at onco induced to buy oil' spec
ulator number ono nt a good round
margin and speculator number two
drons out of siizht. It is curious how
certain people will blto a bait and got
uken In when dally warning Is glvon
of swindling schemes.
A youne fellow came into town the
vithor day, and golLg Into p confection
ary ho began to survey tho caudios.
His eyes fell upon something, but he
lldn't know just what. It looked good
to oat, and tho fact of It being mixed
up with many othor things ho know
were oatablo, satisfied his mind that It
was somo sort of sweet stulT, so he
concluded to Invest. Bockonlng for
she clerk ho said, "Give mo a nickle's
worth of that 'ar stuff," indicating what
ho wanted by pointing directly toward
what ho craved. Tho olork was slow
to ascertain tho fellow's want, oven
after diver's names had boon applied
tolt. At last the would-bo purchaser
wuxod bold and exclaimed: "Its thorn
things thoro them molasses what havo
got millet seed In 'era." Tho clork was
on. Kigs were what ho wanted.
Tho woman who won't uso homo
made Hour does tho town more harm
than half a duzw perpotual cases of
smallpox Tho woman who buys her
dresses in St. JVsuph has a hainmor
knocking at tho temples of hor own
lown. Tho woman who patronizes n
"mail order" house, hurts her owu
Tho tomporanco crusado in Kansas
has resulted, as wo predicted some timo
ago, in death. During the past week
two pitched battles havo resulted from
tho raids ou joints in Kansas instigated
by Mrs. Carrie Nation. In those two
pitched battles the result has been two
deatliB, ono a man crusader and ono a
joint keopor's wifo, the former nt To
poka and the latter atMillfordjKumma.
And nsido from this sovoral othets
were more or less wounded or injured.
This is the outcome of violations of tho
laws of thostato, and inltho eyos of tho
average conservative, eiu.oi. ilio cru
saders are just as much breakers of tho
laws of Kansas as aro tbo joint keep
ers, as it is just as much against ono of
tho laws of Kansas to raise a mob to do
violouco ns it is against another of the
laws of Kansas to sell intoxicating
liquors. And two wrongs do not make
ono right. Murder is murder oven if
tho instigator does claim to bo uudor
tho protection of God. If tho laws of
Kansas cat not bo enforced by tin pres
ent officials let tho people down there
elect officials who will enforco them,
or modify them. When Mrs. Carrie
Nation attempts to sie.o tho reigns of
government and enforco tho existing
laws, together witn such others ns she
thinks should exist, sho should bo
treated by the Kansas officials just tho
same as any other person who usurped
authority of tho law.
One of tho most pleasant events of
tho season was the return dnnco glvon
by tho ladles Thursday ovening at
Bust's hall. Tho hall was tastefully
decorated with palms? sinllax and Jap.
anese lanterns. In ono corner was ar
ranged a booth from which Myra Cook
and Buolah Jackson served in a pleas
ing manner, delicious sherbet punch
and wafers. Each guest upon arrival
was presented with a carnation or
American Boauty rose, fyghtcen num
bers were danced and everyone joined
in tho sport and had a morry time.
Tho committee on arrangements were
Mrs. John Wilas, Mrs. C. 11. Kaloy,
Mablo Llndsoy, Nell Fort and Mabel
Tho following were invited.
Messrs nn J Mcailamch:
stlgator of th arrest or the person
who files tho complaint in ordct to bo
sill o and get tho real offender In by
gono days Picklevillc, (now Blaib'ti)
mod to furnish all tho real downright
meanness of Webster county, then it
shifted Jto Bluo Hill and ndw it has
shifted to Uosemont. Wo are glad to
noto tho dismissal of tho prisoner, but
wo are sorry that the real olTcudera
havo not as yet bcon called to account
for their notions.
W, 9. llenic
('. II. Kulojr,
11. K Crlcc,
J. (). Wlle.
I.. H. Fori,
Oeo. J. Warren, C. II Potter,
Deafnm Cannot be Cured,
by local application ns thoy cannot
reach tho diseased portion of tho car.
Thoro is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is byconslitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an intlamed con
dition of thel mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube. Whon this tubo is
inflamed you havo a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing, and it is entirely
closed. Donfness is the result, nnd un
less theiutlamir.ution can bo taken out
nnd this tubo restored to its normal
condition, hearing will bo destroyed
forever; nine cases out of ton tiro
caused bycntarih, which is nothing
but an mil lined condition of the
Wo will give one hundred dollars for
any caMi of Deafness (caused by cat
arrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Stmt for clicuhr&,
F. J. Chkskv & Co , ToIedo,:0
Sold by druggists, 7fiV.
Hall's familylpills are the best.
Jell-O, the New Dessert,
pleases all tho family. Four flavors:
Lemon, orango, raspberry and straw
berry. At your grocois. 10 cts Try
What Shall Wc Have for Dessert?
This question arises in tho family
every day. Let us answer it today.
Try Jcll-O, a delicious dessert. Pro
pared in two minutes. No unking! add
hot water and set to cool. Flavors:
Lemon, orango raspberry and straw
bony. At your grocers, 10 cts.
I m fc
VWo nro closing out our leggins at
cost. FonKi, & Hutchison.
Nellie Martin, '
A lrreat inanv women are subject to
spells of dizziness, spots before the eyes,
and a ringing noise in the head. These
symptoms are commonly associated with
liver "trouble" as the result of a diseased
condition of the stomach and other or
gans of digestion and nutrition.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
ery cures diseases of the stomach and the
allied organs of digestion and nutrition.
It cures through the stomach diseases
seemingly remote from that organ, but
which have their origin In a diseased
condition of the stomach and digestive
and nutritive svstctu. Hence, cures of
heart, lungs, liver, kidneys, and other
organs are constantly effected by the
use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery. There U no alcohol in the " Discovery"
and It is free from opium, cocaine, nnd
all other narcotics.
Some dealers may offer a substitute as
"just as good" as Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. There's more profit
in substitutes for the dealer. There's
more health in the "Discovery" for you.
Don't be imposed ou.
"It i with the Krei'tcst plrnsure I write you
the benefit my mot her lin recclvrd from your
'Oolilcn Medical Dlxsivery.' " eay Ml" Carrie
Johnson, of I.OHi'svllle. Ainhtrttl Co Viraliiia
hhe mlTered untold inUery with uterine dueake
ami ncrvoutiiC'W, and had a constant rpr hiic
nnd ringing iwUe in her head. After taklnc
U iJotlicH of Dr. I'lcrvf Golden Medic.il His
covery he wan entirely cured "
When n laxative is required use Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
On Tuesday, February 27 about fifty
of tho most intimate friends nnd rela
tives of the family, celebrated the mar
riage of Alico Hassclbacher to Harry
Harris, at tho homo of tho brido's
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnssolbachor.
The coremony was p rformod at 11:30
n.m. by Kuv. Noah Wagoner who did
honor to theoccasiou. After due con
gratulations tho guests were conducted
to different nparlmeiits to partake of a
bounteous dinner prepared by the
hostess 'insisted by Mrs Will Lippincott
whero nil did ample justice, unless Jeff
Bcnui'htimp did not(?)get a second cup
often. When tho nuptial feast win
oer, tho presents were displayed,
which woru entiroly too numerous to
mention, ranging from cows and hogs
to silver salt and pepper shakers, al
of which wero highly appreciated by
the recipients; then came fruit, candy,
nuts nnd cigars in "superabundance1'
to all who wished to partnko.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris will immediately
tako up their a bode on their own
tiirm. whero thoy will bo "at homo" to
all their friends, March 1st and "forover
Balldiav fruut (he Tup Dor,
The newest fashion In New York
kjscruper construction ib to begin at
the top nnd build downward. It seems
Impossible, yet thnt ir wnnt a con
tractor Is doing with n bank building
at Wall and William streets. At pres
ent the upper five floors, with granite
walls, are practically finished. The
lower ten are as yet mero skeleton
of girder nnd trinsch. The larger
blocks of granite for these lower
floora were not ready on time, so the
builder decided to go ahead on the
one above. It Is perfectly safe, yet
the appearance of the structure it so
unusual that it is a curlositv, even for
Wall street. Chicago Ewnliig News.
No less than forty persons havo In
formed us within tho past week that
spring has como and liko enterprising
oiliz'tns wo havo informed them In re
turn foi their information that if such
was tho case U was timo for them to
C'Uiimtmcn cleaning up their premises
As yet we can sen no improvements
and bunco concluded that it wn mcrcl)
a good moruiug salutation.
Homeseokers excursion to points
north. On tho first and third Tues
days of Janunry, February, March,
April, May and June, 1U01, tickets will
be on sale at ono fare plus $2.00 for tho
round trip, limit to twonty-on days
from date- of snle, to soveral points in
Manitoba, Minnesota, North Dakotn,
South Dakota and Wisconsin. Seu
ticket agent for further information.
A. Conovkh, Agent.
Saml. Miller onu.of Webster county's
old residents, departed Tuesday for his
new homo in New Whatcom, Wash
ington. Mr. Miller has been ono of our
first nnd foremost citizens and we nro
sorrv to loso him but wo wish him suc
cess in his new location.
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 days.
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon. Ind. mitk: "My
wife had Inflammatory rheumatism In every
muBClo and Joint; horkuffcrliiK wan terrible and
her body and face wero dwoolcu almoxt beyond
recognition; had been In bed for alz weeks and
had eight pliynlclaim. but received no benefit
until ane iricu mo jnyauo uurc lur.uueumaiiBra,
It gave Immediate relief and aho was able to
walk about In three daya, I am mire it uaved
K. l. rice, uruggut, lieu
her life." Bold by 11
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
MrrtlcCuro for rheuniathini and neuralgia
readily curca In from one to three (Ihjh. Ha ac
tion upon the Hyatem Is remarkable andin8'
terloiiN. It rcmovea at unco the cause and the
dlseahe Immediately illmippeara. The llmdono
ereatly benefit. 75 cents. Sold by II. E. Urlce.
Hed Cloud. Neb.
mucous patches in
the m otith, erup
tions on the skin,
sore throat, copper
ffkllt MVHcn ghiuds, aching muscles
II II I and bones, the disease is making
rapid headway, and far worse
symptoms will follow unless the blood is
promptly and effectually cleansed of this
violent destructive poison.
S. S. S. is the only safe and Infallible
cure for this disease, the only antidote
for this specific poison. It cures the
wont cases thoroughly and permanently.
did me no good ; I wai Retting wone all the
time ; my hair came out, ulcers appeared in rar
throat and mouth, my body waa almoit covered
with copper colored splotches and offensive
sores I suffered severely from rheumatic pains
la my shoulders and arms. My condition could
have been no worse ; only thoieorfTllctedasI waa
can understand my sufferings. I bad alout
lost all hope of ever being well again when
i ciecmeu 10 try t. a. a
but mint confess I had
little faith left In any
medicine. After taking
the third bottle I noticed
a change in my condi
tion. This was truly en
couraging, and I deter
mined to give 8. 8. 8. a
thorough trial. I'rom
that time onthelmprove
ment was rapid; 8. 8. S.
seemed to have the dis
ease completely under
control; the sore and
ulcers healed and I was
hooii free from all signs
nf tin. tllimrflrr I have
been strong and healthy ever since.
I,. W. Bmin, l,ock box 6u, Noblesvllle, Ind.
is the only purely vege-
raoie o loon piirmer
known. $i ,ooo is
offered for proof that
it contains a particle of
mercury, potash or other mineral poison.
Send for our free book on Blood Poison ;
ii contains valuable information about
this disease, with full directions for self
treatment. We charge nothing for medi
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