The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, May 24, 1901, PART TWO, Image 12

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    Scrofula
THE OFFSPRING
OF HEREDITARY
BLOOD TAINT.
Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood
Poison nud Consumption. The parent
who is tainted hy cither will 6cc in the
child the same disease
manifesting itself in
the form of swollen
gland9 of the neck nud
throat, catarrh, weak
eyes, offensive sores
mid abscesses and of
tentimes white swell
ing sure signs of
Scrofula. There may
be no external slcns for
longtime, forthcdiscasedevelopsslowly
in some canes, but the poison is in the
blood and will breakout at the first favor
able opportunity. S. S. S. cures this wast
ing, destructive disease by first putifying
and building up the blood nud stimulating
and invigorating the whole system.
J. II. 6mI, i is Tubllc (Vjuiire, N'hllle,Teun.,
My! t "Ten ) ran ago my (laughter fclljamt cut
ber forehead, l'rom till- wound the aland, on
the aide of her face became nwolten find limited.
Some of the heM doctors here and eliewhere
attended her without any benefit. We decided
to try 8. B. 8 , and a few bottle- cured her entirely."
It overcomes all forms of blood jioison,
whether inherited or ncquircd, and no
remedy 60 thoroughly nnd effectively
cleanses the blood. If you have any
blood trouble, or your child has inherited
some blood taint, take S. S. S. and get
the blood in good condition and prevent
the disease doing further damage.
Send for our free beok and wrke our
physicians about your case. We make no
charge whatever for medical advice.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA.
STATE CREEK.
Corn planting hits been the older ol
lie ilny since about April 30th though
it will soon bo n thing yf tho past, n.
Into has hcon a grunt many netes
(limited and thu fanners nro about
thtougli. Somu me sowing consider
able millet.
Alfalfa U something that when 1
lived Imuk cast 1 rend of but know
nothing about, nnd now I jiicsuine.
ihe.ro nro many otlmrs in tho same
condition, nnd wure I to writu to an
old friund buck in Iowa or some other
statu and tell him it was a good or a
hotter feed than thu red clovor ho
vould not hellovu mo. ltut I will make
thu Htntomunt hero and if ho chitncei
to rend it ho could not doubt it for n
minute as it will hoar inspection. It is
proving to ho n great crop, Is cut as
many as four limes u year and will
ijiow taller than tho largo ted clover
Tho first ctop Is now in somu fields tit
least 21 inches high and about ready
to mow, and will iniiKo two ions to the
acre or eight tons in onu year Hogs
will do on one. half thu corn if foil on
thu font Hi ci up liny in winter. Wo
One year.,
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PUW.IiirHM KVKV KRfOAY
Intend at trie iu-t mtu-i-Mi Had tXoud. Suli.n.
eaondelantn-.il matte:.
AUVKIlTllflXH IIATKS:
Local adrcrll.ltig 6 nvitti per Hue par laaue.
Local AdvortlKiuK for entertalinnatiti, con
tcilK, aoalal-, etc., given by cliiirctici, charitable
jocletlen, etc., whero all moueya rained llicru
from aroukod wholly for uliarcU or charitable
ootellc, tltnl tou lluoa froo and all orer ten
linen Wi couta per line per Iwtie.
Local advertising of tiilMtillimontfl, couccrla,
rccltnln, etc., where per cent la given to pro
motcm, 6 cents per lino per Imue.
IHM'I.AY AIIVKIUIMNO,
One roliimu per month . . . - -. IT m
One half column per month . a Wi
One fourth column per mouth I'd
General illsplny mlvcrtMiiK S1 cents per
Inch per Issue.
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fefe makes new nnd pure (nT u ML, '" "i'"K '' ivuiisits
. f blood to nourish nnd any time fiom KebniHry to June, fix-
fW iV fk strengthen the body. ng our land for it about as wu do for
feiureo7scrofulad ""?1. or '.-! .S.'
would not nenevu mo n l siiouiti say
that I could point out hundreds of old
settlers who camu horo without menus
anil who nro now rich and own sections
of laud antl herds of cattle and hogs.
Ono of my neighbors last year sold 75
head of hogs at ono time for $1007.
Another sold $1400 worth in the full
nnd spriug. Onu man near town sold
!H hind of hogs last winter for over
$1000, and now has over 1800 bushels of
p-r -T- r-v (-Tl T "CT 17 ' li't i" his granary. Another one of
A fl t-v vnli-! I my ne!gUori has 1200 bushels in his
-nmuniiai r ' . bins, nnd wo rained her lust yenr from
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...... ...w........ . hi to iiij auikels per ticrc, and cora
.'..'." .'!".'.'...' vj thai measured 'J5 bushels per acre, and
ihtii wu hear it said thai tho corn crop
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Mlil"J III IMU lll.b WUU UUIIIIVU llll Ul
those exaggerated drouth stories nail
thank wu nro actually suffering for
bread.
Hogs sell hece at present for $5.85 to
$5.05; earn only 40 cents.
Cuttlo nro W!g,h and some of them
that had no grain last winter will soon
bo fat on tho grass.
Tho first planting of corn is up nnd
will soon have to bo harrowed or
plowed.
Wheat and rye headed out.
Pot ut lies ate up and have been
worked once.
(iaideus look splendid.
Now some one may chanco to see
this that mny think I am only trying to
boom tho country but I am simply
stating facts ns though mulct onth.
Is one of the curious expressions used
for worked out. Many a woman drop
into a chair, in utttr weariness "all
played out," and wonders
why she feels so weak She
has not yet rcnlied th.it
the general health is so
intimately related to the
local health of the
womanly organism,
that weakness must
follow womanly dis
eases,
Restoration
of the general
health invari
ably follows
the use of Dr.
I'icrce's I'ii
voritc I're
scriolioti. 1 1
regulates the periods, dries weakening
drains, heals lull.immatioii nud ulcer. i
Hon, nnd cures female weakness It
trii(iiili7es the nerves, eticotir.igi-s the
appetite and induces ruircstmtg sleep.
There is no substitute for "I.ivorite
Prescription," for there is nothing "just
us good" for womanly ills.
"I witli toadvlie the iinrioir women nf tills
Ric-it laud of the K I I ' 't' if 'veil ftiwti I)r
I'l-rce'H I'.iv .rite PteM:iiilloil nnd Colden Mrd
leal Ilncovetv " write Mr Mary hh.inpell of
Columbus ('.rove i'litnini Co Ohio "I'ot f. ur
jeais I bid bcrti n su.. "Tlroiii fenuile troubles,
and ul limes w.is uu i to il t n ill" li .11 I
work for tinea- In Ok nily I ! 1 I such j 1 u .
that I iin"cted nlmo-it ileilli iloteimof time but j
niter tnklni; five botlli 1 of your meillcinrs I nil
Iruthlully .iy thu my heilth was nre.itly 1 111 ,
ptoveit I Ijaven Kntfnjipellleiiinl mil KainliiK I
In llesli right iiuing This slirhui U the first
tune In five ye.irt tint I have done mv house
(li'.iuliiK nil bv ui)s If nnd without the least 1
1,'itlUiif wn.ttcvir 1 noiic nn suucriiig women
m iv find teller ns I have done
"My K-thJ In weiuhi has lieeu Just ten twutids,
and I nin htlll t,"iitilm; "
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, 1008 large pages, paper covers,
is sent tec on receipt of 21 one-cent
stamps to piy expense of mailing only,
or for cloth-bnuuii lxiok, send 31 rtatnps.
Address Or. R. V. Pierce, Utt(Llo, N. Y.
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Razors -Honed, I
COWLES
liomnr Kiusol, the noted inid-ioiul
pop, was In town n few days this week.
Mrs. John Storey and daughter
Kdith spoilt Sundny in Itinvtilu visiting
friends nnd rulatives.
Tho A.O. U. W. will givo a grand
ball in thuir now hall soon, l'ho ditto
has not hcon set but thuy nro making
piopnrntions. Thoy htivo secured n
HiiBtincs orchestra to furnish tho
music. Supper and ico cream will ho
nerved up stairs nud tbo dancing will
bo on tho first lloor. Watch for tho
date, whioli we no doubt can report
next week.
Whenever wo mako it statement that
is not correct wo ulways liko to apolo
gise to set tho offended parties right
In thu first placo wo reported last week
the Red Cloud ball team as boing con
siderably under tho liilluenco of liquor
but have since learned that said drunks
bud no connection with thu ball team.
Also wo reuarted Dr. Uall as baring
is offlco in Brown's hotel but have
slice learned ho is located in tho Tur
ner fiat. Wo also reported that Jack
Waller hud gone to work after au
eleven months' layoff, hut it was a
mistake.
Chris Koehler was in Cuwles this
week.
J. H. Watson was in town a few
minutes Wednesday.
Tho school entertainment last Friday
was a grnud success. Tho stogo wus
tnstefully decorated nnd thosu taking
part showed careful training. Stand
ing room was at a premium and tho
entertainment was atucooss finauoially
as well as otherwise. Misses Karquhar
and Brown desorvo groat cradit.
Ask Hutch if ho Is a pretty good shot
by lamp light, but be ready to hide and
bo sure you hide well for if yon do not
ho will bo suro to Ferret you out.
What wo said about Cowled getting
in thu front rank is all right. Sho fur
nished two correspondences last week
to tho Chikf. Tho new correspondent
is all right, but wo thought it suuided
a little Hippey.
We don't cato to say anything about
Hart helping John Wallordo his chores
every night, for ko wight got knt.
A number of our young folks at
tunded a danco at Sam Arnold's Satur
day ulght.
Tho gleo club is practicing for
memorial day services.
M. Hennes, the ullacial "shioken"
buyer at this point is doing a land
oilice business tuoso days. He Hip
from throe to six coops a day. Another
point that wo are not afraid to com.
peto with surrounding towns. Wo
think for good society and "shicken"
buying wo oan beat tiny towu in tie
county.
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ALL KINDS OF EDGE J
TOOLS SHARPENED
Bob Barkley &W. F. Lodge J
Barber Shop. ,
First door south of Star
bakery and restaurant. J
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All kinds of harbor work
promptly and satisfaction
guaranteed.
executed
WILLOW CREEK.
Quito a number from Cowles and
Willow Creek attended tho party til
Mr. Arnold's last Saturday night, given
in honor of Miss Marion Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Uarciis from Kansas
are visiting with rulatives this weak.
Cecil Sheets froai tinkle lUck was
m the arcek Sunday afternoon.
Somu people can't tako n hint with
out a "kick" and in thu future girls
be careful how you tread on otker
people's toes. How are yon Fajf
Tho now hall at Cowles is noaring
completion and the Workmen are go
ing to lot the by&.Iuitiato it by giving
a danco.
Miss Dora Lacy spent last Sunday
with Carrie Arnold.
Mrs. Chnrles Fuller fiom Cowles was
visiting on thecteek with her tluughlur
Mi. Adatiijou last TiieMliiy.
Milt Atlaniion is putting up new
windmill.
Jesse may be iu thu millinury busi
ness hut aot very extensively, fur if
you notice lie hasn't vry much of n
vmicty in thu hat lino. This calls lo
mind Just Una (Jirl.
Alva 1 bourns Keml, known to the
residents of Hod Cloud and vicinity as
"Uncle Tommy," dierf nt his homo in
this city Monday, May 20th, from ex
treuio old ago. Tho deceased wns born
at Boston, Mass., August 16, 183, ami
at tho time of Wis death was nearly
ninety-three years of age. Us served
in three wars, tho Semiiolu war in
1887, tho Mexican war nnd war of tho
rebel ion. After the Seminole war ho
served tho government in the capacity
of an interpreter in treating with thu
Indians. Whoa tkutroublo arose with
Mexico We enlisted with General Win
tUld Suott and served under that re
doubtable loader throughout tko war.
Ho again took up arms in thu defense
of his country at tha first call for vol
steers by President Lincoln. With
his family hu camu to Webster county
iu 1871 and located o a farm north
west of Ueil Cloud where hu lived intil
a lew years ago wuen ns moveti to
town. Thu funeral services were held
Tuesdnv It't noon under tho auspices
of the i. A. K. and the remains laid at
rest in ihe Hotl Cloud cemetery. A
wife and six ehildten survive him,toj
whom ! oiteiided ihe sympathy of the J
entire ci in nur.ity.
JflERE
we arc
AGAIN!
To the front on low prices
and good goods. Will
quote you a few of our!
low prices:
J .'10 lbs, good primus
ovaiioratett pears
bright evapnratod apples 1.00
3
4
$1.00
i.eo
100 j
1.00 4
100
a 1
Jir,
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A lino Cluiiii cup iitul saucer givon
t witit one iiiMiiii'M woritt ot tsreaK-
7 " California plums
20 lbs gloss starch
Him driod poaches
evaporated peaches
large ovap. peaches
best bulk roust colfeo
best Mocha it Jnvtt
bet African Java
best Breakfast Blend
fast Blond colfeo
10 cuns Burtlett pours
10 " plums iu heavy syrup
1.00
1.00 J
1.00
100'
3 cans line tomutos
4 " good corn
1 glass sat, six places
1 glass borry sot
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51.00
100 J
100 J
1.00 J
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.25 J
.25 J
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J A reduction of 20 per cent. J
on all 100 piece dinner j
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sets and all 12
chamber sets,
above are a few of
piece ;
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jPflY -BARGAINS:
Nell's Gash Bargain House I
Special Bargain Sale!
A choice line of new seasonable merchandise at Special Bargain Prices.
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Special sale of Shirt Waists.
recent purchase of twenty dozen Ladies Shirt waists enables us to make a Great
Special sale on them. This purchase placed on sal'i in three special lots
fit 39C, 49c and 59c. former prices were irom 00c to iji .75.
Special Clearing1 Sale Prices on Silk Waists.
We have just twenty-three Silk Waists left. If you want a Silk Waist, and we have
your sixe you can secure a bargain. Prices less than half the usual price.
Special Sale of Spring1 Summer Dress Fabrics.
New Manila Corded Dimities at 5c per yard; regular SA and 10c goods.
New Dotted Swisses, Dimities, Batistes, Zcqhyr Ginghams, Etc., placed on sale
at ioc per yard, regular 15c, 18c and 20c goods.
Special selling of our new 40c Foulards for this sale at 25c per yard.
New 30c Fabrics, sale price iSc per yard.
Special Sale of Window Shades
t! dozen 50c Opaque window shades on spring rol
lers, fringo bottom, salo prico 2oc.
Special Clearing sale of Ladies' Tailor
Made Suits.
$5 00 Suits, siilu prico $2..")0.
?I5.00 Suit', stilo prieu $3.00
$7.50 Suits, Mile prico S3 75.
$10 00 suits, salo price $5 00.
$15.00 Suits, snlo prico $7.50.
Special sale of Ingrain Carpets.
HuiKUoino new pntturns lo select from.
:15c Ingrain Carpet, :tlo price 'J5i
40c Ingruiu Carpet, salo pi it" 2I)o.
50c Iugrain Cnrpot, sale prico 3S.
00c Ingruiu Carpet, sulo price 45c.
70c Ingruiu Carpets, sulo prico 55c.
Special sale of Ladies' Wrappers.
New lot of ladies' $1.50 and $175 wrappors and
houso drosses placed on salo at 51 00.
In Our Millinery Department.
Now Sailors, Knox shapes and stylos at the right
prices
New ready to wenr street huts tttid trimmed
lints nt the right prices,
CORSETS.
Now Girdle Corsets nt 50c, in pink, blue, whlto.
Koronu Uust Form Perfaetors at 50c.
Now Summer Corsets at 25c ami 50c.
Special Values in Men's Summer
Underwear.
ut 25c, efpial to most 00c grades sliown.
Ladios Vests at 10c, 12iu'c, 15o, 18c, antl 25o.
Ladies' Silk-Lisle Vests at 25c.
Special on White Goods.
15e Whlto Goodial 10c.
18c White floods ut 12J.p. ,
25c hit Goods and India Linons 18K-
Ladies and Children's Shoes.
Vo can savo you monoy in your shoe buying.
Now Ladles' Oxfords nnd Slippers at tha right
prices
Children's Oxfords antl Slippors.
Special sale of Ladies' Underskirts.
81 50 Underskirts, sulo prico 61.00.
$1 75 Underskirts, sulo prico $1 25
S'J.OO Underskirts, sulo prico $1.50.
HLFRED HHDELL
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DECORRTIOfl DAY EXERGISES
Unveiling of Ex-Congressman
Jleeighan's Jlonament.
I HED GliOUO, JlEBRASHil, JIAY 30, 1901. $
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Hon. W. J- Bryan will Address the People on tne
Occasion and Ex-Senator W. V. Allen
will Deliver the Oration.
l After InYOcation tlie McKeighan Monumeat will be Unveiled m
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by Miss Edith McKeighan Daughterlof the
Late Congressman.
IIow Are Yoar Klil.era '
Dr. Uobbe' Sparairut l'UUcure ll klduey HU. Hm-1
plarrtM. Add.BtetllDg UmeJrC'y ,CblcfOorM,Y. i
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In our Immense stock lm
Groceries, Queensware
and Glassware that you J
can select from. Many
useful articles are shown
at very low prices. All
kinds of produce han-
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J- Let everybody arrange to spend all day in Red Cloud. Bring your families as
D it will be a day long to be remembered.
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The procession will form on Webster Street at 12:30, headed Jlbyl'members of ft
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the Grand Army of the Republic, and march to the cemetery. On arriving nt th tm
cemetery there will be an address by R. T. Potter on behalf of the G. A. R. ft
The ceremonies of the day will be under the auspices of the G. A, R., y. R m
C. and Monumental Committee. m
Everybody come. ft
Hon. John R. Thompson, presiding officer for Unveiling Ceremonies. JW
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