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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1901)
W. L. McMILLAN.
Out year t iimiimii tn
Six month a i '
I'UuLtBHBD KVKKY P1UDAT
Intored at tho postofflcoat Hod Cloud, Nob.a
oond class mall matter.
tiStcal sdvertlidiiR fl cents cr lino fcr Issue.
Ucdl AdrertliliiK for entctUltitnitiU, con
term, socials, etc., Riven by churches, charllnble
oclelles, etc., whero nil moneja rained there
frara are used whally 'or church or charitable
socltUes, firm ten Unci frco and all ovr ten
linen 34 cent icr lino per Issue.
Lacal advertising of entertainments, concert",
recitals, etc., whoro per cent In Riven to pro
tart, ft cent" per lino per Issue.
nni polnmn ncr month ...............
On half column per month .-. ...-.
Ona fourth column per inonlh
General display advertising I 8 cents per
If you aru bound to grumblo get oft"
by yourself nnd grumblo until you mo
Tho hand Hint iocks tho crndlo can
caro tho wits out of a man whon it
hiosa rock at a chickon in tho gardou.
A Fronch nclontlst recently brought
dead woman to lifo by simply moving
her tongue. Ho knsw where to tackle
Peoplo are in ono respect like sugar
coated pilli. You can't toll by the
ouUido appearance just what you are
Don't comb tho hair oyer a bald spot
u top of your head and then kick be
cause the grocer puts the big potatoes
on top of the measure.
There are some people in this vicinity
-who invariably sleep with their feet
on the pillow aa it prevents their brains
rfrom ruahlagto tholr heads.
Please romember next week during
ttae shew that a man with a ten-cent
meat has no right to ask a woman to
take off a 112 hat so ho can see.
A woman docs her hnir up tight,
wears a tight shoo, laces tight, etc. A
man does neither, but whon it coiucb
to getting tight ti woman isn't in it foi
- Willi a womnn it isja strngglo to pro
vido Miiuuthing for the inner mnn, nnd
with a man it is ii struggle to provide
something that will please tho outer
Many citizons who apend tholr sparo
liours In planting gardon these days,
will buy their vegetables just tho samo
as tboy did last year. It's tho hoolng
A wostorn Kansas oxchango speaks
of a docoased fn nd ns hnvlng"gone to
a hotter land." Tho question natur
ally arisos "whoro would ho 11 ml a
Whon a man is lirst married and any
thing serious happens he tells his wifo
about it. Ho discovers later that sho
doesn't beliovo a word ho says, and
after that ho quits tolling hor anything.
If husbands would cacklo for their
wives and sharo with them the many
good things of this lifo, tho samo as a
rooster doe for a lien, there would
not be so many divorco oases on the
Girls, be vory careful about marry
lng a man who can suppress a full
grown tueuzo. It Indicates a hlm-cow-headed
amount of will power which
may Interfere with your happlnoss
Wo Itavo boon told that "it is far
hotter to give than receive," but wo
have concluded that alter giving a
follow ti paper every week for two or
throe years wo would liko to receive
somollilug for it
...I ' '
Thoro are apparently about threo
times as many widows as thoro nro
widowers. Wo don't know just how to
account for this but wo expect It is bo
cause whon a man gets ono tastoof
woman ho wants more antl w on a
woman gots one tasto of man alio con
cludes that alio don't want any more.
Sonntor Crounse has pressod forward
a bill to soil tho governor's mansion
And put the money In tho troasury.
He malntalus that it is unconstitutional
to allow tho govornor oxtra perquisites
and thatitissonseloss to furnish him
with a mansion which it takos all of
dils salary to malutain.
The now game bill which has passed
will bo interesting. It prohibits quail
dimming for a couplo of years, makes
uoro stringent tho law against saining,
provonts lishing with trout linos of
luuro than livo hooks on a lino, pro
vides for giuuo and fish wardens, and
for a $1 liconso for hunting in unothor
than a homo county, with a $10 fee for
nonrosidunts hunting in tho state.
An editor sighed and said "l would
liko to edit u paper in a town so largo
that every paragraph I wrote would
not bo taken as a personal thrust by
soma vanigiii'iitu-i . i. ..... mu,
uonior of tho sky is right over his head, I
''"" ' . . . t i . . i
. i..-i..t ....... ...i... ,i.ini.. ii...'
tllO I'OlllOr III IIIU L'llllll jiiorinuij iiiihui
bis feel and tho center of overs thing
else precisely under his hat." Hut tho '
editor diil not stop to tnink that a J
town as largo as that might be too
.largo for him. York Times. ,
Wo havon'ttho loast doubt that the
epublican newspapers of tho state
uivo tho titiiK 81(1) respect for and con
idenco in tho piosoiit republican legls
attire. The republican nowspapei
luring this session have put iu defi
ciency claims (or the amount duo them
tince 181)0 when limy published tho
constitutional amendments and tho
populist legislalutu cut their just and
lawful claims, ns provided by law, one
ihitd. The present legislature has now
i of imed to allow this dclicioucy claim.
Just what kind of a conglomerated
muss of liuuiiio selfishness this body is
composed of wo ato tumble to under
stand, but wo conclude that it is one
mat believes in looking out for No. 1
mid seeing that any ono else got half
pay and should be tickled to death to
gel thai. If they minted to save the
statu from being buncoed, iobhed,otc ,
why didn't thoy pass a bill cutting
down their own salaries from iiva
dollars per day to 13 831 '(jr doing
nothing but chewing the rag atid hold
ing night caucusas to determine wuat
they should do. Thoy evidently up
pear to be possessed of tho idea that
all thoy have to do is cut off all re
sources of tho person who befriended
them tho most. So it is in this case,
if thero is anything that would tempt
a republican newspaper to work for a
fusion candidate it Is just such actions.
And not content with that thoy must
go still farther and pass a bill provid
ing that tho new constitutional amend
ments should be paid for at just half
price. If these art not great induce
menu for a newspaper man to get out
and "holler his head off" trying to elect
senators and representatives we don't
kaow what is. To tell the" truth it
makes the average newspaper man feel
liko going out behind a aid bill and
kicking himself because ha was foolish
enough to do anvthlug or extoll the
good qualities of any candidate for the
legislature If tho balance of the
newspapers of the statu fool just as wo
do (at presont) the candidates can work
their way into their jobs tho best way
thoy can without tho assistance of the
country proas, and wo will bo satislied
with what thoy see til to give us. This
thing of the republican newspapers of
Nebraska working and being at con
stderablo cxpeiise during election tluiuj
to elect a republican legislature iu tho
hope of gelling .belt jut dues after
wards (uouo of thotn wore eer known
lo gel anything before) has played out
with us. If thoy can't, look out for our
interests a little in tho legislature it is
no use for us to try to put thorn there.
What think you about it, brother?
Dou't boat, kick, swear at and abuso
Unit poor little calf you aro trying to
learn to drink. Just slop nnd thinit
how much you would have known
about drinking if somo big follow had
straddled your nock, grasped an car in
oacli hand and jaiubcd your nose into
milk up to your eyes when you were
two days old. Don't expect your calf
to bo a brighter animal than yourself.
Wo wish tho candidates for spring
olllcos who aro handing around cigars,
would got a bottor brand. Thoy aro
positively not worth tho lighting. Our
sporting reporter came in ihn otUco the
other day pufling ono of theso skunk
cigars and we had to fumigate the
place beforo we could resume business.
To Whom It May Concern,
ltod Claud, Nob , Match SO, 1001.
At a mooting of the board of trustees
of the Hed Cloud Cemetery association,
hold at tho ofllco of clork on ditto abovo
written, it was ordered that all lots
not paid for or satisf ctotily adjusted
at tho expiration of thirty days from
this date will ho cnueollail, the ground
occupied by graves, cut off; and re
mainder reclaimed by the association
and sold liy Order of the Hoard.
Of health has no uniformed guardinns
of its peace. If it had there would be
nrrests innumerable in every rcstnurant
every day of the year. Itoth in the
quantity and quality of the food they
cat and in the uiunucr of its consump
tion men anu
laws of health.
will not heed
not escape her mm
aliments, and dys
pepsia or stomach
"trouble" Is the inva
riable penalty of care
There is no other
medicine for diseases
of the stomach and
allied organs of di
gestion nnd nutrition
which can compare
with Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Dis
covery. It cures
these diseases perfect
ly and permanently,
and enables the build-
itiir tin of the whole
body into vigorous he.utti.
"I took two bottles or I)r I'ierce'a Ooldcn
Medic il DlMMverv for Momnch trouble," writrt
Claicucc Cnnus. V.w . ofTmlorstnun, Loudoun
Co . Vn " It did mc no much ul that I dldu t
lake nnv mure i ran rai mo.i nmunnu now
mKJ,en ,,icnscil with It I hardly know liow
to Hunk you for our kind information I
M1'' " wl'oI-' lot of thine before I wrote to
Tin re w.n .1 ireiilU'inan told mc nboul
ttr nitilli lnt linw It imil niml htft wife I
iiimmht I would try a buttle ot it. I am 1nd I
did lor 1 liim't know, what I would haxednuc
if it hid not been for I)r Tierce's Golden Med
Dr. Pierce's Pleasaut Pellets cure constipation.
Ked Cloud, Neb., Men. 10, 1001.
Hoard of county commissioners met
pursuant to adjournment. Members
present, Irons, Vance, Wells, Overman,
May; J. P. Halo, clerk.
In the matter of the erroneous assess
ment of the personal property of H. .1.
Wbltten, tho county treasurer is author
ized nnd instructed to reduce tho valua
tion from fttOOO to 1.100.
Tho county treasurer Is authorized to
sell northeiiBt 7ft feet of block 7, Smith
& Moore's addition to Red Cloud, for
20, including 180!) levy.
Petition of E. Rimer and others to
open road commencing at the northeast
corner of section P2-1-10, running tlieiice
west between section 1 and 12-1 -10 one
half mile, rejected on account of claim
for damages for right of way.
Houid adjourned to Mch. 20, 1001, nt
I) o'clock a. in.
March 20; Board met, mombers all
Tho bonrd proceeded to select names
from which to draw tho jury for the
April term of court.
On motion Mnssalem Ritchey and
wife were recommended to tho Nebraska
Soldiers' and Sailors' Home at Grand
The following road overseera were
A. It. Kerppalta...,
H. M. Larftnt
ita a t M
B. Van Boring S3
O. A. QQl(fte.,
Q. Bchooar '. 91
The following official bonds were
C. E. Vaughn, justice of peace,
J. Konzack, road overseer No. 44.
R. id. Largent, road overseer 8.
Sain'l Riser, member soldiers' relief
E. E. Harvey, justice of peaco, Iuavnlo
Road petition of Frank Sadlleck and
others to open road commencing at the
northwest corner of section 81-il-ll, run-
niug between sections ill, Uutin precinct,
and section o0, Catherton precinct, one
mile south between said section ill and
110, rejected on account of tho condition t
attached to tho waiver or claim for dam
ages for right of way.
Petition to opon road commencing
nt tho southeast corner of section .It-Ill,
running north botweon sections 81
and 85; on motion wns laid over for
waiver of i ight of way.
Petition to opou road commencing at J
tho southeast corner of section 22 1 11,
running north ono mllo between sec- j
'tions 22 and 23. Laid over for waiver
of damages for right of way.
Petition of W. E Thorno and other
to build a brldgo across tho Hltto river.
Referred fo Irons, Overman and Wells.
Hoard adjourned to 0 a.m., Marcli 21.
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment.
All members presont.
Petition of R T. Potter ann others
to open road commencing at tho south
east corner of section 28 1-11. Laid
over on account of claim for damages.
Tho county board appropriated 950
for tho Webster county institute.
On motion tho county treasurer was
authorized to transfer $20 75 from tho'
county road fund to road district No J
20; also $500 from tho county bridge
fund to the county general fund
The following clnims were allowed
and warrants ordered drawn for same;
Jamca Ilurdcn, Insane fcea
I W. Tulloys, ' ' . . ..
IS. Wilson. '
Peter Swniisou. bridge work
I.auls Cutler, hardware . .11'.' ii .
flcorge I'lnuioii, bridge work
I, (1.. Snider " "
W A. Vance " " . ...
I M Clark
II, J. Mniircr " . .
Adams County " " . ..
J It, Cpon. Futtlamont
Prank Iloou '
W. II. Itoby, coat
A.J, llajes, goods far poor
L. K. Warner " "
Mrs, Unrrette " "
O, W. How, care In tmallpox caae 60 00
Tradera Lumber Company, coal 95 W .' w ,. , , , " " 7 "" ,
I)r.C.Wenm.nn.imallpoxcacs M05 jt Ky walla had risen to half their
Shcrer&Iloynolda.meatrbr poor n lo, "eight the new nnme stuck, nnd when
Dr.J.W.Moranvllle.imallpoxcaae 9sw' " wns finished, in 1.185, the steer rev-
K.W McKlmmey, Rooda fcr poor i.fi'enue hnd ceased to be of account.
V. S. Hall, coal
Dr. C K. Koehler, amallpox cae
J.W Mornnvllle " " MS On.
T. U Hall ' " S'olO
II. B, Orlce, supplies for poor
K. McFarland '
Minutes read nnd approved.
Hoaid adjourned sine dio.
Pi izes for letters about Nebraska. A
1 mind trip ticket from any Hurlington
Route station iu NebntsKti to Yellow
stone National Park and a complete
till) through tho paik is one of twenty
piiz-HolTeieil by the Hurlington Itoute
for tho host inttnrs about Nebraska.
Other prizes ale trips to Colorado, tho
lllitok Hills, Chicago and St, I.otii-.
Thero aro als') several cash prizes. The
Hurlington offers these piiz s for lot-
lets that will encourage immigration to
Nebraska. Lettei s descriptive of mio
cessful fanning, cattlo inUing, duiij
ing, fruit growing and similai puihiiits
a ro nviiilulil't for the purpoj-c in view.
1'hii couli'Si Hum'S May ill, 1001. Cm -cular
giving full information will In
mailed on n quest. J. Fjiancis, Gen
eral Pauenger Agent, Omaka, Neb.
MEN BUYING THIMBLES NOW.
Taatlmonr of the Hnleaglrl m (o
Stat of (he llaehelor la
"One phase of the notions depart
ment business Hint vould strike a
casual observer as peculiar." ald the
girl behind the counter, aeeoniing to
the New York Sun, "Is the number of
m ho buy thimbles. The first time
I sold a. thimble to a man 1 was almost
convulsed with curiosity nnd he was
in the Hsme condition with baf-hfulness.
He tried to make mc think at llrst that
he was buying It for his sister, but ho
worried m over the sbc that I sus
pected there wns Aomothing back of
Ids anxiety, and at last 1 said:
" 'Can't you give me some idea of the
sir of your sister's finger? I it as
large m mine, for example?' and I
held up the middle linger of my right
hand for itispeol ioti.
" 'Oh. yes,' said he, 'it is larger than
that much larger. It' almost as
large aa mine.'
"And then 1 laughed and presently
he laughed and told me all about It. I
'The fact is,' he said, 'I have no (.inter. I
I'm roughing it in bachelor quarters
here in New York, and I hnve to do so
ZCil1i!,ln,,i,",nTeVinfur,l,,Ut,t0.,,S l-Kton Houto makes swoep.ng reduct
and the like that I find a th mbleiln- , . ,. . ..,.. ,,,,
dispensable. 1 suppose my ability in I i,,Uft ,n hfl r'flt0B l. the West and North
that line la nothing to be ashamed of, . w,'Ml" UtR,, Montana, Washington,
but somehow I rather shrank from Oregon ahd British Columbia,
letting on thoA I was buying a thimble Dates: February 12, 10 and 26.
for mysolf. I thought It would make March 5, 12, 10 and 20. April 2, B, 1
me seem eneminate.
"But that waa two or thre year
ago," added the girl. "They are not
so squeamish nowadaya. They march
right up and buy thimbles and thread
and even darning cotton without a
tremor. Itmt am wntnitn Hut tluit.- nwn
rilks and rowboata and other sport-
lng goods, all ,of which goes, to prove
ii m sea are reversing tneir old '
ianiona occupations with a ten-
geanc. Most of the men who buy
thimblea have tha nicest taperln '
raamoned occupations with
fingers Imaginable. I suppose most of
them work In offices or store and
don't do anything to spoil their hands.
They are very particular about the
fit of their thimbles. They always
U'nnt tlinm na t.V. !... ......... 4
..v t.ii ... iia iiih Uf uurnvwiA. i
woman likes a thimble loose enough
to permit of circulation, but the men
ay they enn't do anything with the
thimble slipping off all the time.
"Men buy good thimbles, too; much
better than the axcrnge woman. It
is no iinustinl thing for them to ask
for a gold one. Then I hae to md ,
them to the jewelry department. This I
year I L'ae several ounir men iiin
inunoies lor tlinstmns presents.
They all said I couldn't hae given
them anything that would have been
so useful nnd acceptable. It's a won
der to mc why more girls don't give
their men friends tnimblcs instead
of fnncy hnndkerchlef eases nnd neck
tie boxes. I'm sure they would ap
preciate them more. Ily another year,
I fancy, they will get'onto the 'idea,
for the social conditions in New York
make thimbles nnd even complete
sewing companions a necessary ad
junct to every young man's bachelor
' HAMLET'S CASTLE.
aethlnar About the Horn of
Fatuoaa Dane at Klalnora,
Jacob A. Itils, the New York pov-,
crty expert, lived ns a child in the
neighborhood of the castle of Kron
borg, Elsinore, Denmark. He has re
visited the place in recent years, and
his early and later reminiscences are
embodied in an article ended "Ham
let's Castle," which appeared in the
In 1573, as a first step toward mak
ing it fit for a king to live in, Fred-
1 erlk II. "swept it clean of all hurt
ful people and nnimnls,' meaning, by
the lntter, vngrant swine and dogs.
How his broom worked on the "peo
ple" is instanced by the treatment
of outcast women under the edict.
They were to be whipped nnd brand
ed by the headstimn, and turned out.
If they came back, both their cars
were to be out off. If after that they
were again found within the gates of
the city, the order was to stuff them
Into sacks und throw- them into the
sound. Four years of this sort of
thing wns supposed to hae cleared
the ground, and the erection was be
gun of Kronborg the "crown cnstle."
11int was the name, said the king,
and for miscalling it "Flounder" or
"Hook" any man was to pay him the
ValllA tf flTIA u4AB T ntm LnaVnaaM.
Of the revelries that attended the
opening of the cnstle it may well be
that the echoes ring yet in Hamlet'a
description of "this henvy-beaded
ret el," which to his mind is "more
bonour'd in the breach tlfan the ob
servance." For in that year there
played nt Klsinore n troupe of stroll
lng Knglisli actors, which for all we
know with certainty to the contrary,
may hae included young William
Shakespeare himself, come fresh from
poaching upon Sir Thomas Lucy's pre-
to seek bis fortune ninoncr
the plnyhouses in London. The old
town records contain two references
to them. One is a mere entry of the
expenditure of four skilling "for the
repair of the board fence between
the house of Luurit, town clerk, tho
town ball nnd yard, which the peoplo
broke down the time the Knirlish
played in tho yard." That was iu 585,
nnd may hnve been on the occasion
of tho opening festivities. The
troupe enme back later and stayed
some time. Little did t.ie clerk who
entered Into the municipal accounts
the cost of its piny nnd keep drenm
that ho was making n nofr.'Me con
tribution to tho history of the great
eat of all tragedies.
bv local nnDllcatioD as they cauuot
reach tho diseased portion of tho eat.
.There is only ono way to cure deafness,
and tha: Is by constitutional remedies
1 Deafness is caused by an Inflamed con
dition of tho mucous lining of the
Eustachian Tube When tills tuho i
iidl.-tmcd you hive a rumbliog sound or
imperfect hotting, and it is entirely
dosed. Deafness Is the lesult, and un-
less the InlUnnr.Htiiii) can bo taken out
and this tube 'testoied to Its normal
condition, heating will bo destroyed
forever; nine cases out of ton are
caused by catarrh, which is nothing
but an inll.tmoit condition of the
' mucous surfaces.
Wo will give one hundred dollars for
any caso of Deafness (caused by cat
arrh) that cannot bo cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circuit! s,
F. J. Chknby & Co., Toledo, O
Sold by diugglsts, 75c.
Hall's family pills aro tho best.
Low Rates, West and Northwest
Ala time of jear when thousands
'will lulfnatlv.ntam.a nf n.nm ilmlturl
23 and 80 Rates are shown below:
To Ogden, Salt Lake, Butte, Helena,
Anaconda, and Missoula: 123.
To all points on the Northern Pacific
Ry. west of Missoula, including Spo
kane. Soattle. Tacoma. Portland, as
well as Vancouver, and Victoria, B. C.
To all poinis on the Spokane Falls ft
M ' ' . ,. ", ., , .
rtn Washington ft
Columbia River R. R. 125.
Never has the Pacific Northwest
been as prosperous as now. Labor is
on constant demand ami wages ate
high. The money making opportuni-
s aro beyond number in mines,
mmoer, merciianaising, larmiug, iiuii,
raising, fishing, und all the other in-
dustries of a great .mil giouii.g count-
; ry. Literature on request free. J.
H uncle, (Jcn'l Passenger Agent Omnia,
. . .
What Shall We Have for Desert?
This question arises in tho family
every day. Lot us answer it today.
TiyJell-O, a delicious dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes. No baking! add
hot wu'.er and set to cool. Flnvors:
Lemon, orange raspberry and straw
boi ry. At your grocers, 10 cts.
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
MvMloCuru for rliiMimntlum and neuralgia
ri'iullly cures In from ono to throe Ouyn. Its nc
lion tipon tlu system Is remarkable HtirlmH
icrlotiH. It removes nt otico the cauee and the
lleu"e ImmeilltUelr disappears. Tho llrst dose
creatlylienetlu. 75 cents, bold by II. B. Grlec.
Ited Cloud, Neb.
Pay your subscription nnd got a cal
ciilntlng pencil. Thoy arc a little won
der. Hour Are Tonr Kidneys I
Dr. Hobbs' Bparairus Pills euro all kidney Ills. Sam
ple frco. Add. BtcrllDg llomedj Co., Chicago or N. V.
(Benson's Plaster Is Pain's Master.)
Whon Maydolo was told that he made
pretty good hammer," ho sold, "No, I don't
make a 'pretty good hammer,' I make the
best hammer that ever tea made."
Every carpenter who saw a Maydolo ham
mer wanted one. It was of the beat ma
terial, perfectly balanced, and the head
never flew off. Hammers wore divided Into
two classes lBt, Mnydolo's; 2d, all tho rest.
Plasters aro separated by tho somo lino
of cloavngo ; 1st, Benson's Porous Plaster :
2d, all tho rest. When, for rheumatic pnin
a cold, a cough, kidney trouble or any
other disease or ailment that may bo treated
externally, you ask for a piaster, any lion
ebt, ropntablo druggist will givo you a Hen
son s. Ho knoiex it is Incomparably tho
best, and ho assumes that you know ft too.
As tho iiamo of Maydolo stood for hammera
tho namo of Benson stands for plasti rs
tho "real thiug." All tho medicinal poten
cies that aro vuluablo in a plaster aro in
llmuon's. Capsicum, Strengthening nnd
Belladonna plasters aro out of dato.
An army of physicians and druggists, and
millions of tho peoplo, havo written of
Benson's Plasters as a remedy to bo trusted.
Benson's Plasters havo flfty.flvo highlit
awardt. Accept no substitute.
For sale by all druggists, or wo will pro
pay postage on any number ordered In the
United Btatoe, on receipt of 25o. each.
Boabury & Johnson, Mfg. Chamlsta.N.X.
2T0 the Smokers?
of Red Cloud.
'3ALL FOR THE
Blue - Front'!
J Five Cent Cigar
madu west of tho Mississippi
i iver, Mudn of nice lung Amer
ican Havana filler Tim host
Hint can he purchased n thu
United State. T1k"d cigars
me strictl) hand iiiade
Sores and Ulcers never become chronic
unless the blood Is in poor condition U
sluggish, weak and unable to throw off A
the poisoti3 that accumulate in it. The
system must be relieved of the unhealthy
matter through the sore, and great danger T
to life would follow 6hould it heal before
the blood has been made pure and healthy
and all impurities eliminated from the tys
tem. S.S.S. begins the cure by first cleans
ing and invigorating the blood, building
up the general licaltti and removing from
tlie system CONSTANT DRAIN
effetcTnaUek UPON THE SYSTEM.
When this has been accomplished the dis
charge gradually ceases, and the sore or
ulcer heals. It is the tendency of these old
indolent sores to grow worse nnd worse,
and eventually to destroy the bones. Local Y
applications, while soothing and to some
extent alleviate pain, cannot reach the seat
of the trouble. S. S. S. docs, nnd no matter
how apparently hopeless your condition,
even though your constitution has broken
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Mr. J. I). Talbert, Lock IIox ns,
ijrsi " 81s: years ago my lee fro
te foot waa one solid sore. Sevci
says i " Bis: years aso my lee i ront me Knee t
the foot waa one solid sore. Several physician
treated me and I made two trips to Hot Springs,
but found no relief. I waa Induced to try 8. B.S ,
and it made a complete cure. I have been a per
fectly well man ever aince."
M M a it the only purely veg-
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W lW W known contains n
B BtS poisonous mineral! to T
W ruin the digestion anal
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