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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1901)
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is very much like the blossom
Ingof a flower. Its beauty nnd
perfection depends entirely
upon the care bestowed upon
Its narent. Exnectant mothers
should have the lenderest care.
They fhould be snared all worry
and anxiety. They should cat
plenty of good nourishing food
and take eentle exercises. This
will go a long way toward preserv
ing their health and their beauty
as well as that of the little one to
come. But to be absolutely sure
f a short and painless labor they
4nrtn tha moBtna of areata
tloa. This it a almple liniment, which
is to bo applied externally, it givs
strength and vigor a the muaclys nnd
prevent all ot the discomforts of preg
nancy, which women used to think
were absolutely necesinry. When
Mother' I'rlend It uied there It no
danger whatever. . .
Oet Mother' Friend at tha drug
store, SI per bottle. ,
THE BrUDFIELD RCGUUTOR CO.
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"Iliavo usod your valuable OASCA-
ItKTN and nnd tuoin pnrfccl. Couldn't do
without thcra. Ilmrouscd them fornomotlrao
for Indigestion and bllloiiBncxs nnd ixm now com'
plbioly cured. Kccorutncnd them, to every ono.
Unco triod, you will never bo without them lu
the family.'' Euw. A. Maiu, Albany, N. Y.
I'loajaiit. I'Alatahln. 1'otent. Taste Oond. l)o
Good, Mover Hlrkon, Weaken, or Urlpo, IUo, 2Sc, Ulc.
... CURE CON8TIPATION. ...
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WaTAallft Bplil ami (iiiarniitpcil by alldruic
I Ua)Ab Kitt to (lUKK Tobacco Uablu
One acre of ground, good notice
and barn and other oui-bnild.
ings, (iood drove well and
good water. Shade fruit and
For particulars inquire of
Hod Cloub, Nehniskn.
smnsu vklst ftMse
SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY,
Two hundred and ten tons of
honey, worth C 12,000, are the yearly
produce of Ireland.
A new limed linn appeared In Cal
ifornia in time to devour the eggs of
the cniintk'KH red Hpiders that Injure
the orange prove.
In the lllilne vineyards ono of the
methods of protecting the tinea
ngalnst froHta In May Ih to put paper
bags around them over night.
The trustecH of the Urltlnh museum
have recently transmitted a beau
tifully Illuminated address to Emperor
Meneilk expressing their thanks for
the assistance and facilities which
his majesty has accorded of late to
lirltlsh travelers who have undertaken
Journeys to Abyssinia for the purpose
of M'ientlflc exploration.
One of the simplest, cheapest and
best sterilizers is sunshine, and it is
Important to allow as much sun in a
sick room as possible. The same rule
is applicable to the rooms of healthy
people. The good effects of "sun
bathing" In the treatment of conva
lescents Is ample proof of the utility
of the raya of the aun for therapeutic
The Prussian government has ad
vised the various communities In Prus
sia that they should erect, at their
own risks, cheap dwellings for em
ployes, the laboring population, and
persons of relatively small Income. It
also urges electric lines for quicker
suburban communication, and men
tions a number of legal steps which
will prevent excessive real estate
In the years 1G49, 1005, 1078 and 1000
smallpox spread among the inhabit
ants of Host on with great destruction
of life, In 1702 there were .'1 13 persons
who died under its power. In 1721,
8,759 persons had it in a natural wny,
ami that number was a lnrge half of
the sole proportion of whom H 14 died,
lu 1730 about 1,00 cases of feiimlpnx oc
curred; Miei'inntlon with the inis, be
ing the discovery of Dr. .tenner, of
England, was introduced here about
the year 1600 by Dr. lienjamln Wntcr
house. KING COTTON.
Lnulalttnn'a MnKiilfU'rnt Display and
Itrlklaw Kxhllilta at the Paa-
In the Louisiana exhibit in the Ag
riculture building of the l'an-Ainerl-can
I'vposlllou, King Cotton occupies
the inottt i'uiisiU'utMis place. Fort.s
varieties of seed ami 00 of lint cotton
arc shown. The different wirlctics
are displayed lu miniature bales. Sev
eral full slcd bales ax they arc pre
pared for shipment are also shown,
mi.vs the exposition bulletin. Cotton
heed Is also .shown lira large number
of jars; cotton seed oil lu tall glass
bottles. The heed is also shown lifter
undergoing different commercial
processes. The cotton seed cake,
which Is a product after the oil Is
pressed out, is also exhibited. This
cake, when ground, makes cotton
seed meal, which is used as feed for
cattle and as a fertilizer. Sulphur and
rock salt arc shown in the exhibit,
the former of H'J per cent, purity
and the latter HH percent.. Moth the.
rock salts are from the llelds of Lou
isiana, which contain an inexhausti
ble amount of these products. An
interesting feature is an illustration
of the products of fat pine. A piece
of the wood Is shown together with
its products, turpentine, tar, tar nil,
creosote, pyrolIgneouB acid, wood al
cohol and charcoal. The charred re
mains of the wood after these prod
ucts lime been extracted is shown be
side the natural wood.
A striking feature of the exhibit is
a sweet potato weighing 122 pounds.
Thirty-five varieties of sweet pota
toes are seen. Kxtremely large pecan
nuts in 11 varieties are displayed.
Along one end of the exhibit bales of
moss are piled, one bale showing the
moss as taken from the tree nnd oth
ers showing the prepared product,
and the finished moss ready for use
by the upholsterer. Twenty-two
kinds of hay, some of it being the
famous alfulfa variety, are shown in
model bales, 12 varieties of wheat in
jars and Ave of oats. An exhibit that
will be most interesting to smokers
is one of perique tobacco and cigars.
Haw tobacco, nnd cigars In boxes are
shown in considerable quantities.
Divide the Wrecksurc
The wreck of the greot ship Tan
fallen Cnstle on the roeky shore of
Rohhen island has attracted attention
to the leper colony located on that
speck of terra rlrmn. The lepers, of
whom there are several hundred, have
a peculiar custom of dividing the fore
shore of the Islam) Into portions, one
portion being gien to one leper.
Whatever jetsam is oast upon that
portion becomes the private property
of the individual to whom it is as
signed. This unwritten law is rigidly
observed and causes no disputes. A
more dreary existence it is hard to
imagine than that on this cheerless
spot of sand and Took, which is sub
ject to great heat In the summer and
very boisterous winds in the winter.
The natives of Mlndnnuo, in the
Philippine islands, have a novel way
of crossing the river in the rainy sea
soa when it is in flood. Instead of
working .the ferry by means of a rope
or sweep they harness it to a carrlbao,
or water buffalo, and "drive" across
the river. These water buffaloes are
used as beasts of burden in the Phil
ippines, and the wealth or otherwise
of a native chief is gauged by his neigh
bors by the number of carribao he
possesses. Resembling u oow in all
but horns (which in the case of the
carrlbao are from four to five feet
apart), these animals are equally ut
home on land or in water.
ONLY ONE WHISTLE.
How tfc Rural Attorney OMalned
Daausei for Ills Cllsmt
from the Hnllroad.
In the early days of the. railroad in
Michigan there was a farmer who
owned two well-bred and useful dogs,
named Major and Tige, says Ooldcn
Days. On a certain morning the dogs
chased a stray hog down the main
road, and on the return trip stopped
to play at the railroad crossing.
Heedleas of the conspicuous warning
to look out for the locomotive, Tlge
was struck by that engine of destruc
tion and killed, Major escaping by
sheer dog luck. Damage suits were
a new thing at the time, ao when the
owner of the dogs commenced an ac
tion before a rural Justice of the
peace there was an immense crowd of
nsighbora present at the hearing.
The engineer swore that he gave one
sharp blast of the whistle ns he ap
proached the crossing. It looked as
though the railroad company Was to
go scot free, but the attorney for the
farmer knew his business and also
the justice. "Your honor," he said, "it
la required by the statutes in such
cases made and provided, that when
any person or domestic animal is up
on a railroad and seen by the en
gineer, he must sound his whistle. In
this instance, your honor, there were
two domestic animals innocently
playing on the track, and the whistle
was sounded but once, when it is n
positive legal requirement that it
should have been blown twice once
for each dog." So convincing wns this
argument that the country justice
would not even give the railroad at
torney a hearing, and nwarded the
plaintiff the full amount of damages
"That's a satisfied looking clevnlor
boy.", "Yes; the elevator Is out of or
der and won't run." Indianapolis
"Leather-head? Why, I thought her
real bright." "Well, she is educated,
to be sure! Say a patent-leather-head!"
"In the nature of things summer en
gagements at the shore should be
unstable." "Why so?" "Hccause they
are generally built on sand." l'liilu
A Keprobate. "Aren't you Ashamed
to go away and leave your wife in
tears?" asked the near relative. "Oh.
1 don't know," answered the brutal
man; "that's the way she has a good
time when she goes to the theater."
"My, what an untidy man," ex
elnlmed the fair visitor to our sanc
tum. "Who is the one with his desk
in Mich n litter?" And then she was
sure she wan being Jollied when her
guide said it wns the literary editor.
Old linchelor (to his housekeeper)
"1 don't think this Is the usual kind
of tea, Martha. What sort of packet
did It come In?" Martha "Kaix, an I
think, now, the lay merchant suid it
came in a stame packet all the wny
from Ceylon." I'ick-Me-Up.
Fallen Angel. "What's this, dear
ie?" said the young husband, ns he
tried to bit is into it. "Why, that's nn-gel-food,
darling," replied the fair
creature on the other side of the ta
ble. "Oh! Is it?" with contracted
brows and set jaws. "I I thought, per
haps, It was marble cake." Philadel
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1003 Retreats In Colorado.
Tho excessive heat in July drove tons
of thousands ro tho cool retreats in the
Colorado mountains. Tlicro they will
remain until tho summer is over, free
from heat and dust, taking life ensily,
going plcnicing today, playing golf to
morrow and whipping a trout stream
tho day after.
Join them. If you cannot spend a
mouth away from your business, take
three weeks even a fortnight. It will
do you a world of good.
The cost of tho trip need not stand in
your way. This year the rates' to Col
orado are extraordinary low. Ask the
Burlington tioket agent about them.
You will be surprised to learn how
cheaply the trip can be made.
Gen. Pans. Agt., Omaha, Neb.
Chronic Constipation Cured.
The most important discovery of
recent years is the positive remedy
for constipation. Cascarets Candy
Cathartip. Cure guaranteed, Genu
ine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never
sold in bulk. Druggists, 10c.
Tho Cqikp nnd Chicago Inlet ' ' -tu
no yoar for $1.2.1.
THE HOME GOLD CURE.
An Ingenious Treatment by which Drunk
arch are Being Cured Daily in Spite of
No Noxious Doses. No Weakening of the
Nerves. A Pleasant and Positive Cure
for the Liquor Habit.
It is now generally known and under
stood that Drunkenness is a disease
and not weakness. A body tilled with
poison, nnd nerves completely shattered
by periodical or constant use of intoxi
cating liquors, requires an antidote
capable of neutralizing and eradicating
this poison, and destroying the crav
ing for intoxicants. Sufferers may
now cure themselves at home without
publicity or loss of time from business
by this wonderful "Homo Gold Cure,"
which has been perfected after many
years of closo study and treatment of
inebriates. The faithful use according
to directions of this wonderful discov
ery is positively guaranteed to cure tho
most obstinate case, no matter how
bard a drinker. Our records show the
marvelous transformation of thousands
of Drunkards into sober, industrious
and upright men.
Wives cure your husbands!! Child
ren cure jour fatbersll This remedy
is in no sense a nostrum but is a spec
ific for this disease only, and is so skill
fully devised and prepared that it is
thoroughly soluble nnd pleasant to the
taste, so that it cau be given in a cup of
tea or coffee without tho knowlcdgo of
tho person taking it. Thousands of
Drunkards have cured themselves with
this piiccless remedy, nnd ns many
more have been cured nnd mndc torn
pernte tnon by having tho "Cure" ad
ministered by loving friends and rela
tives without their knowlcdgo in colTco
or tea, and believe today that they tils
continued drinking of their own freu
will. .')o not wait. Do not be deluded
by apparent and misleading "impiovo
merit." Drivo out the disease at once
and for all timo. "The Homo Gold
Cure" is sold at tho extremely low
price of One Dollar, thus placing with
in reach of everybody a treat men t. more
effective than others costing $35 to $50.
Full directions accompany each pack
age. Special advice by skilled physi
cians when it quested without extra
charge. Sent prepaid to any paitof
tho world on receipt of Onn Dollar.
Aihlie.M Dept. A 402, Kdwiu 11. Giles &
Company, '23.'0auil 2'W2 Market Street,
All cortp-jpondencc strictly confiden
Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
A powder to '! shaken into the
shoes. Your p;ut feel swoolen, nervous
and hot, and yet, tired easily. If you
have smarting feet or tight shoes, try
AlleuV Foot Kase. It cools thu feet and
makes walkinir "itsy. Cures swoolen,
sweating feet, ingtowing mills, blister
nnd calloiM spm-i. Relieves corns and
bunions of all pain and gives rest and
comfort. Try it today. Sold by nil
druggists and shoe stores fur25n. Trial
packsge free. Address, Allen S. Oliu
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads. the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures mane Dy ur.
the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
It is the great medi
cal triumph of the nlne-
teentn century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research Dy
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and Is
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which Is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root Is not rec
ommended for every thing but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
In so many ways, In hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried It, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
(( In iVita mm. anH CrJtT
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer it Co., Blng
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and nomea'.Am.mp-Root.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Articles of Incorporation oi The Cowden
Kaley Clothing Company.
Know all men by tbeie preenti: That wc, A.
U. Kaley. II. A. I.etson. and K. W. Cowdan. da
liereuy associate ourselves together for the pur
U, nmcitll. A, xcouii. nun I, ... jwv,uv.i
pose of organizing a corporaUon. under tha laws
or the state or Nebraska, for tue
buying and selling at ratal! of slot
capa. tioota, sboea, anoMuruianing aaoas, ana
all such goods, vAresand meicbandlse aa are
usually kept and! himdled by retail dealara In
clothing. 1 , , ..
The name of joch corporation shall be Tha
CowdenKaley Clothing C , and the principal
alace of transacting Ita buslneaa shall be at lied
Cloud, Webster Co., Nebraska.
The imnnntaf Its einltal stack shall be alx
thausand dollara (Wooo.OO). divided Into shares
f one hundred dollara lltOO.tO) each, all of
which shall be paid In Immediately upon the ar
ganltatlon of the corporation.
The corporation shall commence ou tha
twenty-second (82nd) day of July, nineteen
hundred and one (1901), and sballteralnatajuly
The hlghestamount of Indebtedness ar liabil
ity to which said corporation shall at any time
aublect Itself lathe sum of four thouiand del
lara (WOOMJO). , . , t t , .
Its affairs shsll be conducted by a board of
three director to be elected annually by tha
stockholder and Its officers shall canslat of a
President, Vice-President. Beeretary and Trias,
urer. to be e'.ecled by the board of directors.
A. U. Kalit.
II, A. I.KTaex.
F. W. Cowdi.
Wltneit: O. W, KatBT.
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THE PEOPLE KNEW HIM.
(Benson's Plaster Is Pain's Master,)
Goorgo Washington made and sold flonr,
and every barrel of flour in tho market
branded ''O. Washington, Mount Vernon,"
sold without delay. No question was eve
raised as to quality or weight.
Benson's Porous Plaster sells on Its repn
tation evorywhero. All tho buyer wants to
be certain of is that the plaster offered him
really it Benson's, and not a worthless Imi
tation of it or substitute for it.
A plaster is the best form of external rem
edy, and Benson's is tho best plaster; 5,000
physioians and druggists, and a multitude
of people no man can number, have settled
that. "You con trust it,1' they say.
Coughs, colds, lame back, lumbago, mus
cular stiffness and rheumatism, troubles of
the liver and kidneys, influenza or grip,
pneumonia, and all other diseases open to
external treatment, are at one relieved and
curel by Benson's Plaster.
Do not assume that Belladonna, Capsi
cum or Strengthening plasters are "just as
good as" Benson's. They are vastly in
ferior. No other plaster ia as good aa
In competition with tha best-known
Elacters of Europe and America, Benson'
ava received My.fiu MghM tmardt.
For sal by all druggists er w will pre
pay postage on any number offers in tha
United Statas, on receipt of 25c. each.
Sttbory A Johnson, Mfg. Gkasalsts, N.T.
O. V. ARGABRIGHT,
ARTIST PORTRAIT PAINTER.
Red Cloud. Nkbraska,
Landscapes, Flowers, Fruits nnd Por
traits madn to order.
8TUDIO IN DAMKREM, BLOCK.
I. B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE $ FARM LOANS.
Lock llox U3. Guide Hock, Xcb.
Ml kinds of property bought, sold nnd
tho IrfyiiicntcAupoot Arix'nillcltUnndninnjf otlr on
lout 111 nhould narer to nlcctnl. Tho objection to the
ukuaI cathartlo remedies 1 tholr cottlre Fraction which
Incrrnw coniitlpaUon Instead of curing It. I'AUKKU'S
(ll.VOKK TONIO Is tho proper remedy. It acts on the
Urer, and when nwxl as directed, permanently rcuiorcs
the cooeU paUon. Ml ct& 6 3LQ0 at oil UrugtrUta.
IF YOU ARE OUT OF WORK
And want togetsttrted earning money
at once, send us 25 cts for our book of
"40 New Money-Making Ideas."
It is worth its weight, in gold to anyone
who is unemployed. Send today.
Century Publishing Co., Box 73,
Heron Lake, Minn.
nfnDlVr S6II weekly and want more
V I AKs nmmm ivro rosy to sell, always
-aur" please, outns ABSolutbi.t fueb.
VP STARK BRO'S,LouIIb,M.
CURES all Kldnev
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Tloe, eto., ot Dr. B. J. Kay, Saratot a, N. V.
B. fc M. B.T
RED CLOUD NEBR.
81. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL1 LAKE 0'
TnaiNa liivi aa roLLowa:
No, 13. Passenger dally for Oberlln
and'Ht. Francis branches. Ox
ford, McCook, Denver and all
points west.....-...-....-. 7:43 a.m
No. H. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
' Kansas City, Atchison. Bt.
Louis, Lincoln via Wymare
and all points east and south 2'32a.a
Mo. 15. Passenger, dally. Denver, all
polntaln Colorado, Utah and
California . 8U0..
No. 16. Passenger, dally for 8t. Joe,
Kansaa City. Atchison, St.
Louta and all points east and
south 10:00 a. at
No. 144. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday. Hastings, Grand la-
land. Black Illlla and all
points in the nonnwesi i :uu p.m
143. ACCommoaauoa, aaiiy cept
Sunday, Oberlln, Kansas, and
intermeaiaiB awuuua, via no
11 :J0 p.m
VraiBht. dallv. Wvmore and
St. Joe and Intermediate
junction points ix ;n p.m
f reigni, a any tor uepuDiican
Orleana, Oxford and all points
No. 60. Frel
Kht, dally except Sunday
("more ana an point east
ore and all point east 9 .00 a.so
Freight dally to Oxford and
intermediate points 1 :30 p.m
Bleeping, dining, and reclining chair cars,
(seats free) on through tralna. Tickets aold and
baggage checked to any point In the United
BUtes or Canada,
For Information, time tablea, maps or ticket
eall on or address A. conover, Agent, lted
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis, General Paaaengei
Agaal Omaha. Nebraska.
The Chief, 1$ A Year.
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ASK YOUR GROCER TOR.
The 5 Minute Breakfast rood.
PURIAN - HEALTH - FLOUR
"BRAIN - BREAD"
PURIAN MILLS, St. Louli, Mo.
Don't Be Fooledi
Take the fen Igtaal
ROCKV MOUNTAIN TIA
Made only by Madtooa Medi
cine Co.. Madison, Wis. It
kecpa you well. Oar trade
mark cut on each package.
Price. r.Z cents. Never aeld
In bulk. Accept no eubttl
tate. Ask your drug-fist.
Dr. Kay's Lung Balm
cures every kind ot coufh, 1 grippe, bronchitis,
ere throet, croup, whooping oouf b, etc Never
derufeatueatoaucn. AtDrmvrUte, 19 A 3c
n ill your ersiptoBii. Benoi
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pleiMdbook. Dr. aj.sCaf.Seratofa, N. Y.
Wnnted everywhere. Stories, news,
ideas, poems, illustrated articles, ad
vpneo iiows, drawings, photographs,
unlqno articles, etc , etc., purchased.
Articles revised and prepared for pub
lication. Hooks published. Send for
uarticulars and full information before
The Bulletin Press Jsiociaiion, Xcw .York.
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to euro dvsrjcnsln. const..
Entlon, liver nnd kidneys. Heat tonic, laxative.
Iood purlllor known for nil chronlo diseases;
renovates and Invigorates the whole, system and
cures very worst cases. Oct trial box ot onco.
If not sutlslled with It notify us, we will refund
money by return mall. Write your symptoms
for l'reo Medical Advice, samplo and proo'. 25 &
60c at druwtlsts. Dr. U. J. Kay, Saratoga, N.Y.
RENOVATOR ln Ik'or.itcs nna renovates tlio
fivstcni; purines and curlclieh tlio Mood; cures
tho worst Uvspepsla, constlputlon, headactic.
liver ana kidneys. I'cimdJI.ntdrunglsts. Tree
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Genuine stamped C. C. C Never sold In bulk.
Beware of the dealer who tries to sell
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and 5 MO KB
You can be cured of any form of tobacco using
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