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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1901)
ngmHiTim" tvmmu wt w !i ' "Wn tmm MnWfcfcgmiwirjuxinain.,
are ninoni; tlic best known
of the many dangerous
ild plants and shrubs.
To touch or handle tlicut
qtiickh J rudii.'cs stalling
ud iiiflamnrntloii with in
tense itching mid burning
of the skin. The eruption
oon disappears, the suf
ierer hones forever: but
almost as soon ns the little blisters ana
pustules appeared the poison had reached
the blood, and will break out at regular
Intervals and each time in a more aggra
vated form. This poison will loiter in the
system for years, and every atom of it
vust be forced out of the blood before you
can expect a perfect, permanent cure.
is the only cure for Poison Oak, Poison
Ivy, ana all noxious plants, n is com
posed exclusively of roots and herbs. Now
is the time to get the poison out of yout
system, as delay makes your condition
worse. Don't experiment longer with
salves, washes and soaps they never cure.
Mr. P. M MiMlmll.txiokVfeproftheAtUnU
(Os ) Ga l,lUt Co., was poisoned with roison
Oak. He took Sulphur, Arsenic ami various
other drugs, and applied externally ntimeroui
Iniloni anil aalvei with no benefit. At times the
iweliini; nnd liiflnmnintlon waseo severe he wat
almost blind, l'or eight years the uolaon would
break out every season. His condition was much
improved after taking one bottle of 8. 8. 8., and
few bottles cleared hit blood of the poison, and
II evidences of the disease dL.ppeared.
People are often poisoned without
knowing v. lien u l.u... ajmu'ui your cast
fully to our physicians, and they will
cheerfully give such information and ad
vice as you require, without charge, and
we will send at the same time an interest
ing boo': ou Mood and Skin Diseases.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA. U.
W. L. MoMILLAN.
PUHLIEHBD KVKTJV KttlDAV
Bntorcd nt toe postofBcoat Kcd Cloud, Nob. as
aosndclu-- matl tanlte:
Laeal advcrtlil'iK 6 cents per line per Issue.
Local Advci'tliiB fur ciitcrtiilnmnt. con
tens, socials, r'c, Riven by churches, charitable
societies, etc, where all inonc)H raised there
from are used wholly for church or charitable
loclctlo Una ten line free and hII over tun
Hues 2H ccnti per linn per Ixsuo.
Local advvrilaiiu of uuiurUluuiiiiits, concerts,
recital, etc., whero per cent la Riven to pro
motcri, 6 cents per lino per Issue.
One column per moritii ..I7 0)
One-half rnltima por niontli ..-............-... 3 W
Gae-fourih LOlumii per month 1 73
General dliptay advertising i 8K cents per
r'rom tho Kantas Mull nnd ltrcczc.
A Nnlnaska meicliuut w.u liiue.h
troubled with nihpr, Ihat i, with prr
sons who uaine into Uiu oloro and helped
themaolves to apples, mite, ptunud, nnd
some other things that tire good to oat,
us thoy found in rumbling about tho
storo. There was one man in partic
ular who matin tho stnrokoopor woary
with thi oort of uuidiiuarf mid tho uiui
cLaut dutotuiiuod to luy for him. He
carefully iixed up a fow apples by dip
ping them in liquid mix vomica, and
also dosed a hunk of bologna sausaguof
which the nibblor was fond with cay
enno poppor until it whs much warmer
than a summer's day. Ho put ihu ap
ples on tho top of tho basket, just
whero he knew tho nibblor would get
them and hung up tho bologna whora
it would bo handy for tho nibblor to gut
it. Then tho storekeeper smiled to
himself ns ho thought of tho way that
nibblor would spit anil cough when bo
got hold of tho loaded bologna anil the
doctored apples. Hut it happened that
tho nibblor wits out of town that day,
and while tho merchant was busy his
wife cauii) in to get somt thing- for the
evening meal and nelnml hotNolf to the
doctored tipple and aNo to the bologna
which hail been loaded. And that live
ning tho unifqieetiui; man who did not
know what, his vtf hid d mo, helped
himself to a bit of bologna while his
wife took an applo For a fow minutes
.both of them worn busy, tho tii.in lav
ing lib jtws with ico water, while his
wlfo was trying t ijt tho tasto out of
her mouth, but when thoy had tiiuo to
express themselves ho declared that ho
Miippnsod suo would have sense enough
to ask him about things whon shoc.imo
to the storo, whlloshn declared thatsho
supposed any man in tho town would
havo known better than to do a fool
thing liko that.
Aud tho noxt. day tho nibblor camo
in ns usual aud holped himtolf to a
couple of apples, a handful of mixed
nuts, and n linger length of bologna,
while tho merchant never saiit it word.
Moral Tho guilty often havo a rat.
tling good time while tho innocent got
it in tho tuck.
A dog which had a deep seatod ani
mosity tawi.rd cats in general, siw for
the tirst time as ho was strolling through
n bit of woodland, a small spotted
skunk. "Thoro Is a spotted cat," said
tho dog to himself ns ho made a dash
for. It, "if it doesn't got up a treo insido
of a ml uu to I will make it wish It had
novor been Inrn."
Hut the mephitis didn't uliiuh a tree,
neiilmr did it run as tho inexperienced
do had expected.
It'was nri hour before tho dog got
over lining v ok at tho siomauh and tin
a vvoak ho wasn't nllmvud ti go into tho
liDitsu, S'Miuiun tif or tins the dog in
company with nuo'.hov canine wa
lt'lillt ftlllllH 111" It' lll-Hllllt. fl'MII
..mi' when thr smv h ntrrtuft" in'.
Cuiiii;," said tli uiitut ili)g, 'at tii
i-lri timt p-it un i trim" "You wl
i.in . t;Xi'tinu nit, in fiiiind'inlil '!'
Ir,-l(li), "1 Imvi) quit t'litisiiig it.tU tin
cm I know loniethlng uhoiit Hit tr
Kxpuricncn often bruinls cmitlnn.
A boy whoso fitlher hnd triud to rniso
if tii right, fell in witn n jotitli who
vant(.'ii to bo it sport. And the iiport
proposed to tcauli the good boy to pi ty
tinker h' Mint hn could trot in his c!lni.i
I'lio Mt'uoml Ikshoii whs in progrcM wh"n
ho in a n who had tried to bring his boy
up right got on and sudd mly tool: u
hand in tho game. Tim first thing the
man did was to "ralsn" tho sport, elenr
ma of tho gauiu with n pair of tint k
soled shoes. Then ho "called" his own
hoy and as ho turned tho youth ov r
bis knee ho ilcmnutintcil thnt ho had
a hand that could not bo heat. Tho
buy tried to shift to another game and
nrncecdpil to "ling-" ''All right, tnv
ion," said the old man as ho kuouked
the dim out of tho basement of the
boy's pants, "I will glvo you one."
"Now, my son," itaid tho rtl man ns
ho turned tho hoy loose, "if you wain
any moro pointers about theso games
inq'ilrc of your nucistur."
Inn southern court a man was brought
!a and uiuiigiitd. "Wind n tlii man
chareod with?" askpd tho court, ns he
looked nt the culprit. "Ho is charged
with killing ,i ni.iii in ,i row two woks
ago," answered tho prosecuting attor
ney. "Turn him loose," said tho court
with an Important gesture, "you should
bo caroful, Mr. Prosecuting Attorney,
about taking up the time of thlie'ut
with trivial case." "Hut, your honor,"
said tho prosecuting ntlornoy, "ibis
man is also charged with having eaten
with a niggnr." "What!" yellrd tin
court as bo shook with ill Mipprosscd
iiidiguutioa. "Do you me.wi In miv
thnt ho allowed n nigger to eat- at his
tabic?" "Evon so, your honoi "
"Handcuff and shackle him nt once.
It will novor do sab, to havo tho social
fabiic of the south endangered by any
such crimes. Gentlemen of the jury
You are instructed to ti,id that man
guiltv without leavin' yo' seats."
An alecky youne dog, seeing a bent'
chained to a post bogau to bark nt the
animal. It made tho hear moro or less
warm under tho collar, but as the chain
was stout It couldn't cot at the doe.
The pup, sooing It, w isn't getting hurt.
becnulo Moi'A i.tlpudoitl find finally
concluded that it could do what it
pleased to that b"ar. Turning to some
fellow dogs it said: "Just watuli mo
. iliiiulbiut a cuuiiK out of that
boa." Hut us the pup rushed in to
take a nip out of tho roar qtiatterof
tho bKir, the animal got action on tho
pup with a front paw. Wlioii a friend
of the pup picked it up and laid it on ti
plla of straw whero it could die oasj,
ho said: "If that pup had followed Hid
example of a lot of paoplo who always
stand awav hiok anil work their jiws
telling what they would do if they hud
th" crnnpo, hp mit?h hnvp mainttilnpd
a reputation for several years yet of
being considerable of a dog."
Never thought of. such a
iiign for a medicine did you ?
Well, it's a good sign for
-jcott's Emulsion. The body
r.-, to be repaired like other
1 a- . . 1" 1
vjjs anci acott s Jiinuision is
medicine that does it.
"hese poor bodies wear out
"n worry, from over-work,
u disease. They get thin
weak. Some of the new
are not well made and
of the old ones are racked
.n long usage.
Scott's Emulsion fixes all
'.ids. It docs the work both
isiidc and out. It makes soft
ones hard, thin blood red,
.eak lungs strong, hollow
places full. Only the best ma
terials are used in the patching
and the patches don't show
through the new glow of health.
No one has to wait his turn.
You can do it yourself you
and the bottle.
This picture represents
tho Trade Mark of Scott's
I'limUiun and Is ou the
(Vr- wrapper of every bottle.
scnu tor tree sample
SCOTT & IIOWN'Ii,
109 l'catl Sl New Vcik.
50c. uud ft, all druggists.
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NOTIC-K T.I MIIN KK-llir.NT IIErRMUAMT.
(leorxe I., (inllUunl ncn ri-nuient lafemlniit
will taki' notice ilml on t In llr.t day of Novcm
bcr. 1W)I, i-lxlutlir tiervlti Ilk-cl tils ivililun In llm
Dlotrlct Court nt UebMvr iVmiljr. NehrankM,
agaliiM aid iIi-IumIkii , ilioiiij.i I ,imI p.iiyernl
which are tu tiiircliiki! n iitihiii iniirtuaiie exr-
riltcd by ttio ilvri-tiilaiitu, Miil'Ii W', tiiilllfutil j
anil i.nrj iiiiiuiuni i i i.iiiiinarii iiivoi'tm
Lonuiaiiy, ami uniy iiu'iivn u inn pimmiir
licri'ln. iipnn the MiiitliMvki iiiiricr of tint nurili
CKt quarter, iiuii lluMtt'l Imlfnf 1 1 1 1- niiiiIi
HL'-t qllltrter HIkI tilt- lllll n-l lHHtllT of lll
KOIIthMi'hl illrtiUT nml iIh Mill hwt-kt imrtt'r of
tlio KHillu'M-l iiiHrlrr ol ( i li,n utmv lx nil, I
tliekoiillii'h-i iiiiiiic i't tin. iif.tilii'iiu iimrtcr
of F('tniii tw nt k't. ll in liiwiinlilji one,
nurili nfiHtnte ifii, uiiii llm fclxili l'...Vi.ti
liter Comity. Nrlinnka. iitirrmi- tlio pHjinent of
a certain iriml.vrv noli- rtitlcil .1 mmry lllih.
1M lor lliu Mini or till 'Si ilne mid tn ublu on
the first day nfP.lmini) 1W.
Thnt .tlieie U n w one iioi khIiI note nuii
mortKOvetliPKiim of f-Vfi trior nlili-h num. with
littciet nt iu per rent from Oils dine. plMntltr
iram for aiiei'iuu Hint it. ft-iulmitii o leoulreil
to pny the niiir, or ilia' n pmt o( vnlil premiKP.
towlt; tlio Hoinlic-Hrt itrier of the northean
quarter, of K't'llmi tei v n Mil may be eolil to
KdiUfy iheaiiiiiinii louiiil one. ,
You are reiiiilieil in muwer M pctlllnn on or
before Moiii1h lliel'tii ila ul Unciiilicr, 11KJ1.
Drttcil liils llrtlu i.f Suemier, llK'l.
,i. t. itnmN.os, I'lulntitr,
lly J. It Matt'tn ii : tr u.
J 1). FULTON.
' HlVKIITON', Nl'.IIRASKA
A V c rr 1 O N E 10 11 .
TERMS Hi:,SON.m.K AND
, ft WJ nil& JjK
. sen mayi.jicj,.a!'jju.. .aimaaMMOSMBi
ffflnm 1 (I MWw&n3ffii'i
Hadell'sCash Bargain House
Special Large Purchase of the Newest
CLOAKSAND COATS :
At Special Bargain Prices for this sale.
The line, this time will include all the new uar
m:nr. I ,rulic 27 inch C'o.ils, in -ill "he New Shades
- iv 1 Styles at $2.50, 3.00. 3.50. 4.00, 5 00 and up
$18. Ladies Lono Automobile Coats, in all the
New Slv.des and Styes at $7 -50. 8.50 9.00, 10,00
and up to $50, Extra Special Line -f Chi'drens
and Mi-ses Ja kt ts and Automobile Coats at Bargain
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits
We can show you an extra nice Line of them fur
this Special Sale $5.00. 6.50, 8.50,10 0Q, 12 50, and
RED CLOUD NK hll."
S2. LOUIS and
all points east and
8 A LI LAKE O'i
and all point
TRAIN! LIATB AS rOLLOWS!
No. IS. PaiaetiBer daily for Oberlln
and St. Francis branches Ox
ford. McCook, Ueiirerand all
points wost............... . 7:15 a.ra
No, 14. Passenger dally for St. Joe,
KaiiHMH City, Atchison. St.
Louis, Lincoln via Wymote
and ail polutacast andaouth i-3i a.ra
No 15. Vaiseinser. dally. Denver, all
points in Colorado, Utah aud
California -- 8:S5p.m
.No. 16. Passeuger. dally for 81. Joe,
Kansas City. Atchison. St.
Louis aud all points east aud
south. .. - .-.ld:00a.tn
No. 171. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday. Ilastlmis, Oraml Is
land, Black Hills and all
polutstn me noruiwen i:uip,sa
So. I7J. Accommodation, dally except
Sunday, uoenin, ivansaa,
f rd and Intermediate sta
tions, via Itepilbllcnn... U l&o.iL
No, nt Kreitiht. dally. W'yuiuru and
l ,loe and Intencedlate
llllll'llllll points V(:t.'. 0 IL
No. nn, PrettEhl. ilall) tur Huililli'aii
west ..........". Ititt'ia.m
So, M, Kreliiht, dally except Miuday
for Wymoreatid all point east rl .On n.n
Sleeping, dlultiK, and reclining (luilrcar
(kcatt. free) on tliroiiKh trains. Tlekeia sold am!
tiaftxHfcu rliecked to any point In ttie t'tilte.-
l'or Information, time tatilis, inmis or llrno
call uu or addrcst. a. Comiver. Ak'Cllt. Ki'i
I'loild. Nebr or ) Kiaurls. lipm-ral I'liHienve
Afffii: (iinnha. N'ebrnsta.
How Are Your Kliluryi f
Dr. Ilobba' Bparagus Pills cure all kidney ills. Ban
pie free Add. merlins ItemedrCo.CtilcssoorN.Y
. jJ u4XmdsmJmyi$Z,
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Chicago - Lumber - Vard.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
City Dray and
E. W. ROSS, PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part
AGelTROANDEAff E6YRES C-
mmr&r m TT WfMa-aWiaraawi I .
of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
5 for $i.oo.
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