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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1901)
Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood
Poison and Consumption. The parent
who is tainted by cither will see in the
cmiu uic same uucase
manifesting itself in
the form of swollen
glands of the neck and
throat, catarrh, weak
eyes, offensive sores
and abscesses find of
tentimes white swell
i ..... !.....
Scrofula. There mayCG-07 ''Yv.ll
be no external hins for' jt" ',:
a long time, for the disease develops slowly
in some cases, but the poison is in the
blood and will break out at the first favor
able opportunity. S. S. S. cures this wast
ing, destructive disease by first purifying
and building up the blood nnd stimulating
and invigorating the whole system.
J. M. 6eal, iij Tulillc Square, Nashvllle.Tenn.,
says t "Ten years ago my daughter felt ami cut
ber forehead. I'rom this wound the glands on
the aide of her face became awollen and bunted.
Borne of the belt doctor here and elsewhere
attended her without any benefit. We decided
to try 8. 8. 8., and a few bottles cured her en
tirely." M M makes new and pure
f M. blood to nourish and
W W J strengthen the body.
BBB nd is a positive ana
sbs bw safe cure for Scrofula.
It overcomes all forms of blood poison,
whether Inherited or acquired, and no
remedy so thoroughly and effectively
cleanses the blood. If you have any
blood trouble, or your child has inherited
one blood taint, take 3. S. S. and get
the blood in good condition and prevent
the disease doing further damage.
Send for our free book and write our
physicians about your case. We make no
charge whatever for medical advice.
TNI SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, M.
w. l. McMillan.
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tared at tne post office at Red Cloud. Neb. m
cond class mall matter.
Local advertising 6 cents per Hue per Issue.
Local Advertising for entertainments, con
terta, soclati, fx., given by churches, charitable
societies, etc., whero all monoya raised there
from are used wholly for church or charitable
socletle flrsttcn lines frco and all over teu
lines 3tf centa per line per Issuo.
Local advertising of entertainments, concerts,
recitals, etc., where per cent la glvon to pro
moters, t cents per line per Issue.
One column per month............... ................. 17 on
One-half column per month - ... 3 60
One-fourth column per month.. .... ....... 1 75
General display advertising i 8g centa per
Republican County Ticket.
For County Judge
U. R. CIIANKY,
Of Red Cloud, 2d Ward.
O. D. IIKIXIK,
Of Red Cloud Precinct
For County Coroner
' Dll T. K. HALL,
Of Pleasant Hill I'rcclnct.
C For County Treasurer
(WAS. V. CATIIKK,
Of Had Cloud, 1st Ward.
For County Clerk
Kl). 8. OAltHF.lt,
Of Guide Itock Precinct.
For County Hurvcjor
W. K. TI10KNK,
Of Qlenwood Precinct.
For Cuunty Superintendent
' MRS. K. J. CA8E,
Of Red Cloud, 2d Ward.
For Cuaiuilssloiicr 1st DIM.
k. UK! runt,
For Couimlsiloiier.ld Dlst.
W. K. UKNKKL.
For Commissioner Mb Ulst,
Let overyonu support tbo ticket.
How do you
tiotihlo uik'9 cldHclr looked nflcr ly
thuir pnrciit". Every boy of school ncu
hould bo .undu to attend school nnd
kept off tlui streets nt niniit. Thei nrc
soma bad hoys In Hctl Cloud, but they
nro no worso than in other towns.
qVc would reconimcntl that our
county rnmtuiisloncrtaka soma mens
iiiti to lix tho bridge ncross the rlvi r
south of this city. The plainest wny
to express it is to sny that it is simply
"r Hon." Why not cioss plank tl.o
lloor nnd tnnko it passable, nnd tht'n
(ill up the holes on tho south ond so a
liorso couldn't break its leg. A few
dollars would ilx it and perliHpi snvii it
Our itv niithorltloi nro too lcni"i t
with Ihn hums coming thl wny, Tin-y
set m to bo it toughcf lot of professional
tourists than ustiiil. Soino of tlicin :uo
Impudent, itntl when thny call tit i ti
dunces for n hiinitout niter tho muii tit o
gone, iilno times out of ten tho women
tiro itfntid to refuio them. Tlioy should
ho put to work on tlio streets or driven
out of town ns soon its they nrrive.
They nro becoming an intolerable mil
Some interested (?) politician mis
construed tho meaning of an article in
last week's paper regarding tho kind
of peoplo tho county convention should
nominato in ordor to assure success.
The interested politician got an idea
that the article was intended for and
was a thrust at just ono candidate.
After this if tho said interested party
will call at this otlico for explanations,
and not appoint himself a committee
of ono te explain to the general public
the meaning of something he knows
nothing about, both he, his candidate,
this paper and lots of others will have
a more kindly feeling toward him.
In somo parts of Kansas, where the
pops and domocrats have fused for
yenrs with varying success, both sides
are tired of the plan, and tho democrats
aro especially tired of it, since thoy
claim that the pops usually want the
earth aid tho fullness thereof. There
is somo fancy wrangling going on in a
fow counties where fusion has long
been the regular thing. In Nebraska
tho fooling is much tho same, although
.there is not as much opon protestation.
Tho democrats nevor did love tho pops
very well, but bavo accdod them in
their business; and in tho palmy days
of tlioir prespority tho pops had little
use for the democrats. Both demo
crats and populists have so dngenor
a ted, howovor, that tho distinction be
tween them is composed ontiroly of tho
patty names they bear. The fttslonists
in tho west quit lighting for principle a
long time ago; their only effcrt uow is
to gather tho spoils and divido them.
A WORTHY SUCCESSOR'
A Priest's Device Gets Erery Flash
Within a Hundred MUes.J
"Something New Under The Sun.
is tho ticket.
As far ns Red Cloud is concorncd it
can be safely sntd thoy got there with
It didn't take long to sottle on suit.
able candidates and the predicted tight
failed to materialize.
We aro just the same as though wo
had got a nomination for somo otliee.
Wo are holding out our tar.
Tbo probabilities i you will have
to "look up" to tho next sherlH of
Webster county, that is tiulvss you
measure about six fool In height.
Nebraska takes a business-like view
of tho drouth quc&tion. Nearly four
thousand miles of irrigating catials
have boun constructed in tho state.
Ono thins troubling tho democratic
party is that Mr. Bryan has barely
reached middle ago and may net con
sent to be a rello in tho hall of fame.
Many promlnont democrats say tl.o
silver issue is dead without mention
ing the fact that all the rest of the
democratic platform Is in a poorly con
After the convention was over one
of our demo-pop friends informed us
that there was only one candidate
nominated that would be elected. It
is needless to sny that tho samo fellow
could have told us tho same thing be
fore tho convention was called,
All Doctors have tried to euro Ca'
anh by the use of powders, acid gases,
inhalers, nnd drugs In pasto form.
Thoir powders dry up tho mucous mem
branes causing them to crack opon and
bleed. The powerful ncids used in the
inhalers have entirely eaten away the
samo membranes that their makers
havo aimed to euro, whilo pnstes and
ointments ennnot reach tho disease.
An old nnd experienced practitioner
who has for many years mndu n oloso
study and specialty of tho treatment of
Catarrh, has at last perfected u U em
inent which when faithfully used, not
only relieves nt once, but permanently
cures Catarrh by temnving tho cause,
stopping tho discharges, and curing
all inflammation. It is the only rem
edy known to sclonco that actually
reaches tho afflicted parts This won
derful remedy is known ns Snuflles tho
(iuarnnteed Catarrh Cure" and is sold
nt tho extremely low price of Ono Dol
lar, each packago containing internal
and external medicine sufllciont for n
full month's treatment anil everything
necessary to its pcifect use.
"Snuffles" is the only perfect Catarrh
Cure ever mndo nnd is now recognized
ns the only safo and positive cure for
that annoying nnl disgusting disease.
It cures all inflnmation quickly nnd
permanently nnd Is also wonderfully
quick to relievo Hay Fever or cold in
Catarrh when neglected often lends
to Consumption "Snuflles" will save
you if you use it at onco. It Is no ordi
nary remedy, but n complete treat
ment which is positively guaranteed to
euro Catarrh in any form or stage if
used according to directions which ac
company each package. Don't delay
but send for it ut once, and write full
particulars ns to your condition, and
you will receiVH special adviee (ruin
the discoverer of this wonderful rem
edy regarding your case without cost
to you beyond the regular price of
"Snuflles" the "Guaranteed Catarrh
Sent prepaid to any address in tho
United Slates or Canada on receipt of
One Dollar. Addicts Dopt. A 402, Ed
win B. Giles & Comuanv. 2.110 anil o't.w
Mntket Street, Philadelphia.
0ala IstvesttloB of Father 0a-
fcseh of Clt-Tclaad aad 9osa of
Ua HeatarkakU rtv
A very important achievement has
been added to the recent develop
ments of electrical and meteorolog
ical science by Father Odenbach, of
St. Ignatius college. This Cleveland
priest has long been recognized us
occupying n foremost place among
American scientists, and his lntest in
vention will be noted with great in
terest both in this country nnd In the
nclentific clrcleu of Europe, uays the
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
In the met eorolofjlcul observatory on
the tower of the college bnlldiu In
Jersey street, Father Odeni,,h In
Hi't up an Instrument which , nt
eiery flush of lightning within u ni
dins of n'eurly 100 miles. 'I he up
paratiiH is extremely complicity d m tl
not eiiy of comprehension to one
who has not a scientific education,
The theory, however, is the mi me iim
that of the Marconi wireles teleg
raphy. The electric waves, coming
from a great distance or from near ut
hand, are collected nnd brought
through a series of delicate appli
ances to a recorder, which notes each
Impression with a distinct click, sim
ilar to the click of a telegraph instru
ment. The tower of St. Ignatius college" is
roofed with plnte copper. This forms
an excellent "collector" for the elec
tric rays. Connected with this cop
per roofed tower Is the lightning rod,
which is n copper cable. When Fa
ther Odenbach first conceived the
idea of working out his theory he
noted thnt the tower was just suit
able for his purpose. He accordingly
hud the lightning rod cut off and di
rected through the observatory In-
stead of lending to the ground. On
this rod he Axes his delicate record
ing Instruments, nnd was highly
pleased to note that they worked ex
actly ns he had expected.
Father Odenbach was not entirely
satisfied, however, ns in case of n
bolt striking the UglYnlng rod It
would be conducted dln'jtly through
the observatory, destroy all the ap
paratus nnd probably kill whoever
was prchent. He accordingly reset
the lightning rod, nnd conducted on'y
a Mtnitll thread cable through the re
ceiving nnd recording apparatus. He
found that this worked exactly as
well, anil also obviated all danger of
One day lately Cleveland wns visit
ed by Its first electric storm of the
season. Hours before the storm
broke, when the sky was absolutely
clear ami no sign of llehtnlng any
where to be seen, the Instrument wns
busy clicking off Its record of Hashes
from distnnt clouds. During the ap
proach, duration nnd recession of the
storm the record continued accurate
nnd unbroken, every flash being In
stantaneously recorded, and the rec
ords continuing nfter the Hush" had
hecome-tootlUtant tohc visible. Alldny
the instrument was busy with Its re
cording, although hcarccly n flash wus
Father Odenbaeh's Invention Is ab
solutely unique in America, nnd the
first lightning recorder ever devised
or set up on this side of the Atlantic.
An Italian mimed l.ogglo has worked
out n scheme for the siumc purpose, but
In practical working the instrument of
Father Odenbaeh's Is far superior In
Father Odenbach believes that u
lightning recorder will become an Im
portant instrument for meteorological
offices. It will ennble obervers to note
with certainty the approach of thun
derstorms nnd squalls, local disturb
ances which it Is impossible for nny
forecaster to predict with accuracy.
The Instrument as nt present ur
ranged records by sound only. Father
Odenbach Is tit work upon a mechan
ical nppllunee by which the record will
be automatically placed on paper, thus
rendering it unneeesstiry to watch the
Instrument in order to gel continuous
REV. L. L CARPENTER. "Wabash, Ind., li President of tfio
Bethany Assembly at Brooklyn, Ind. Uc is perhaps trio most prominent
clergyman in tho Christian Church to-day. Ho has dedicated about 600
churches nnd baptised "000 converts. Ho writes: "It affords mo great
pleasure to give mv testimony ns to tho efficiency of Dr. Kay 'a remedies.
Dr. Kay's Lung Balm is tho very best cough, cold nnd throat remedy
that I over used.
I havo also received great benefit from tho use of Dr. Kay's Renovator.
My eon had for years been greatly afflicted with tho piles; he commenced
the use of Dr. Kay's remedies and experienced relief almost from tho
We havo no words to express our thankfulness for the benefit wo have
received as tho result of usulng these remedies. 1 take great pleasuro In
commending them to tho suffering." L. L. CArpkntek,
Missionary and S. S. Evangelist, Christian Church.
Dr. Kay's Renovator.
It Is a perfect renovator of tho whole system. It is tho very best remedy H
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will send it by return mall prepaid.
iucts., unit uicts., postage prepaid.
PrlcolMets.. nnd 81.00 or six for W.OO. Also Dr. Kay's Lung Balm
Bit. B. J. Kay Mkuical Co., Saratoga Springs, N. Y.
Low Rates to Louisville.
Special train for Knights Templar
via the Hurllngtoa. August 24 to 2G
inclusive, only 824 45 to Louisville,
Kentucky, nnd return, for triennial
conclave, Knights Templar. lUto open
to tho public.
Specinl train for tho accommodation
of Knights Templar, their families and
friends, will leave the Burlington sta
tion nt Omaha at 5 p.m., Saturday,
August 24, arriving in Louisville 6:30
p.m. Augast25. Requests for reserva
tion of berths on this train should be
made early. Write for Knight Tem
plar foldor just Issued by tho Burling
ton. Detailed information about rates,
route?, tickets, etc, on application to
nearest agent Burlington rout, or by
addressing J Francis, Generol Passen
ger Agent Burlington Itoute, Onitthn.
Ladles' Can Wear Shoes,
ono size smaller after using Allen's
Foot Ease, a powder lo be shaken into
thesho -s. It makes tight or new shoes
feel easy; gives instant relict to corns
nnd bunions. It's the greatest com
fort discovery of tho age. Cures and
prevents swoolon feet, blisters, cnlhuts
and sore spots. Allen's foot ease is a
certain cure for sweating, hot, aching
feet. At all druggists und'shne stores,
2fic. Trinl package free by mail. Ad
dress Allen S. Olmsted, LeKoy, N. Y
Six Million Boxes a Year.
In 1805, none; in 1900, 6,000,000
boxes; that's Cascarets Candy Ca
thartic's jump into popularity. The
people have cast their verdict. Best
medicine for the bowels in the world;
All druggists, 10c.
Inflammatory Rheumatism cured in 3 days.
Morton L. Hill of Lebanon. Ind. says: "My
wife bad Inllnmmatory rheumatism In every
muscle and Joint ; her MifTcrUiR was terrible and
her body and face were swoolen almost beyond
recognition; had been In bed for six weeks and
had elKht physicians, but received no benefit
until she tried the Mystic Cure for Rheumatism.
It save Immediate relief and she was able to
walk about In three days, I am sure It snved
her life." Sold by II. K. Orlco. DrugKlst, Red
Rheumatism Cured in a Day.
Mystic Cure for rheumatism and neuralgia
readily cures In from one.to three days, its ac
tion upon the system Is remark nble andmvs.
terloiiH. it removes at once the ciusc and the
disease Immediately disappears. The first dose
greatly benetlts. 75 cents. Sold by 11. K. G rice.
Red Cloud. Neb.
One year $1.25.
Now is the time to
dseate Toar Bowala With Caaearats.
Oasdr Cathartic, cure constipation forever,
tta.aoc If C O. O. fail, druggists refund money.
If vou knew how SCOTT'S
EMULSION would build you
up. increase your weight,
strengthen your weak throat
and limits and out vou in con
dition for next winter, you
would begin to take it now.
Send for free sample, and try It.
3COTT & BOWNE. ChomlstS,
409415 I'earl btrecl, New York,
50c. andyi.oo; all druggists.
. Dr. Ksy's Utlcuro curs all
ULlCUrtfi female diseases. At drug
W KlgU) tu illustrated booh
and advice free. Dr. a J. Kay, Saratoga, N. Y. ,
Albert llurdlck will take notice that on the
L0th dav of June. 1IMI, I. W. KdMin County
Judge of Webster county. Kebraska. Iisued an
order of attachment for the sum of ft0 0i In an
action pending before 111 in wherein Itobt. T.
letter Is plalntllf and Albert llurdlck defendant,
that property of the defendHiit, consisting of
three cows and one heifer has been attached
under sntd order.
sulci mime was continued to the I5tu dar of
August, I(M, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Hoar T. I'ottkii, I'.alutlff.
lly.I, M. CiurriN. Ills Attorney.
Uutcd July 1. 15KI.
Sortntss and otlrfnti.
Dont take the weak, watery Witch
Haiet preparations, represented to b
"the aama aa" POND'8 EXTRACT,
which easily sour and generally cob
tain " wood alcohol, a deadly poison.
I Scissors Ground,
Little Store Room
Big Damerell Block
is packed to its utmost with all the latest styles of fur
niture and at prices lower than ever before offered.
Call and get our prices before buying. We will save
you money, and please you with quality.
Albright Bros., Red Cloud, Neb.
B BadfSaBTa: M
TRADERS LUMBBR CO,
LUMBER AND COAI4
l3uiilclixxis material. Etc.
Red cloud. - - Nebraska
City Dray and Express Line.
E. 3fl. ROSS. PROP.
ALL KINDS OF EDGEJ
Almost every tiny wo ruml inour ex-1
chnnges ot g inn 1 1 hoys foulnjj'iTcsied
forutPuliiiK, Uojs win) tins ittUetl in
town soon hi'eoino tough ami Rut into
It a ik'ftlor nik.s you to tako sou in
thing .sniri to ho "just as good as Rocky
Mountain Tea made hy Mndison Med
icine Company," nsk him if hu makes
more money. C 1., Cotting,
Tiu: Ciiikp and
oiii vour lot $1 'i't.
tho Toledo lllade
Notice Is hereby siren that tVr'rtue of an or
derof attachment IskucJ by I. VV, Kdson, comi'
tr Indue of Webster cuiiutv, Nebraska. In favor
otltobertT. Hotter and aealiikt Albert T. llur
dlck, and to me directed. I will l two o'clock
ji.m, on tlie'rtli (Ujr of aiikum, inui. at the vil
lage of Iimvnlp. In tho precliK't ol Innvale. In
aiilil county oir-r fur klu mi putillo endiie thu
followltiK rlialtrlKtowit; Ouu ruaii iw three
years old ; oiu red cn iliri-c i-nri. oldi uiim rn
and white enw, ilte .put nu in up. mid nno
rrd hvlfertwit cnr iM ih t n n . 11 t .w.er .i
attiichuHMitn tliuiiiivr nf 1 en T IliiiiPck
Dated this 1.1 h duj ( A '. 1'Jll
I M i i Xiirlll.
J' ,M. Cuii'HN. I'lul tur s A iur r
j Bob Barkley &W. F. Lodge J
Barber bnop. J
First door south of Star J
bakery and restaurant. I
AU kind of Imrhor wink
proiiiiliv nno raiioiai'iiiin
. m A A A AA itf
US - A -
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" U H. P. GASOLINE ENGINE,
WORTH ITS WEIGHT IN GOLD TO EVERT STOCKMAN AND FABMEl
How nmny or you linve lot tho price of this Engine In one day on account of !
aufflclent wind to opvruto your wind mills, iuuvn your Btock without water. Get ono
now to do your pumping when tbum U no wlud or to do it ri-'ulurl". Wouthor does not
uiTfct Ita work, hot or cold, wet or dry, wlun or calm. It Is a', ilie samo to this nnochlnak
Will u1m rIihII corn, Rrlml feed, saw wood, churn butter and Is handy for a hundred ottijf
jobs In tho house or on tlui farm. Costs nuthlni; to keep when not wnrtdntr, nnd onlp 1
lo a centa pi-r hour whrn norkintr. Shipped completely si-t up, ready to run. no founUn.
Itnn needed, a itrrni laUir and innnoy taver. ItiMjulres prautleally no attention, and la
IbAolutely safe. We mal.e all slei of Uasollnu i:ii'lne, from HI to '5 Uorsq powur. Wrlta
M ulreular and spoclul prlro.
FAIRBANKS, wohse &. CO.. omflHa,
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