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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1901)
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The akin (a the neat of an almost end
less variety of diseases. They are known
by various names, but are all due to the
Mmc cause, acid and other poisons in
the blood that irritate and interfere with
the proper action of the skin.
To have a smooth, soft skin, free from
all eruptions, the blood must be kept pure
and healthy. The ninny preparations of
arsenic and potash and the large number
of face powders and lotions generally
used in this class of ilNcnscs cover up
for a short time, hut cannot remove per
inanently the ugly blotches and the rid,
Etornal vlgtlanoo Is tho pHoa
of a hoautlful oomploxlon
when such remedies arc relied on.
Mr. II T. fitiobe, 9701 I.ucns Avennr, fit Louis,
Mo , M i " My daughter vm nfillcted for ear
with n ilinfigitrliifT eruption uti her face, which
resisted nil treatment Whe vn taken to two
celebrated Jienltli Kptlnpi, btittecelveii no bene
fit. Miiiy medicine were prevcrlhcd, but with
out result, until wc decided iottyb B S, nnd by
the time the first bottle unslitilshrd the eruption
began todlsiptitar A tloten lioll'cs cured her
completely nml left Iter nkln perfectly amoolh,
fihe In now seventeen ) cars old, mid nut a rig it of
the cmbarrnlttj dlicatc lias ever returned."
S. S. S. is a positive, unfailing cute for
the worst forms of skin troubles. It is
the greatest of all blood purifiers, and the
only one guaranteed purely cgctnuie.
liaa uioou makes una complexions.
purines ana invigo
rates the old and
makes new, rich blood
that nourishes the
bodv and keens the
Ida active and healthy and in proper
condition to perform its part towards
carrying on me impurities irotn tne Doay.
rfyott have Eczema, Tetter. Acne, Salt
Rheum, Fsorlasis, or your skin is rough
and pimply, tend for our book on Blood
and Skin Diseases and write our physi
cians about your case. No charge what
ever for this service.
WW memo aanpawr. atumt. ,
Bad blood makes
w. l. McMillan.
rrBLXBHID XVKRT FRIDAY
aurad at las post oo at Rsd Cloud, Ntb.as
asad chut mall taattsr.
'Lscsl Klrettlilnf 6 cecti per line per Issue.
Local AdTorllttng for enlerUlnmatiU, con
rH,ocll, tc given by churches, charlttblo
MCleUcs, etc., wbcro all moneys raited there-
ftom are used w holly for church or charltablo
-oclollo flrstten linos frco and all over ten
lines SSi couts per lino per Inane.
Local advcrtlslnis ot eniurtalnmciiU. concerts,
recitals, etc., where per cent Is glU'ii to pro
moters, 6 ceuts per Hue per Issue,
Odo column por month.. ..... ....... 17 00
One half column per month ......-........... :i Hi
One fourth column per month ...........-..... 1 75
General display advortlslug , 6X cents tor
from the Kansas Mall and Breete.
Tbero was onco a young woman, wh
after her graduation f i oin u little col
lego in Indiana, engaged In tho business
ot toachlug schtiol. As a school leach
er tho young wumnit wits what might
he termed a light win in numeinl. Her
stiong point whs discipline nml tho
way sliu mado Hut jotitliB who wora
ooutiited to her cure too tho nrirk wns
iuduod a caution. For some fifteen
j eat s after litr gradua ion she followed
the busiuess of tonching until nn im
pression war. getting qtrne general u at
mho was growing n trill') stale. About !
that time sho attracted tha altontinn
of a bashful bachelor of sonio forty-live i.
limmna uflin iintl imtrui Itarl lia naxifit
to sidlo up to a tender fenialu in his
Ufa. Ho was tho owner of a good Ne
braska farm and had some as good
stock as there was in tho noighboi hood.
Xhe sohojl teacher, who knew a good
-thing when she saw one, concluded
rthat she would just hitch onto tint
itlmld bachelor and sho did. ijhe evou
.left tho impression on bis mind that ha
self ns sho stntted to call tho school lo
onion "It seems to make n good hit
of (lifTurefini about whoso children aio
A phllnutliinplst was vhillng n pi ls
on nml asked tho warden for the piivi
lege of con vol sing with tho convicts In
older to find out from thorn what hrtil
led them into crime. The wurdon who
was mi accommodating sort of man,
granted the lequcst. Tho philanthro
pist commenced on a man who was in
for minder tint! followed with a mnn
who had been sentenced for Jour
glury, and after him caino n man who
wan in for horse stealing, and soon
down Hid list, lie found fiom the
mm del ei'n conversation that it was till
u mistake about his having committed
t it- iiiiinlei, UihjU ylnid tiiailt n groit
tnistul.c hi convicting him The bur
glar nlno astiied him Unit lie humis
Innocent of the ciiimt in u new horn
bide, but was tho victim of piejuilicc
and cliciiiiHtunce". 'I'lic mini who mmh
In fur homo stealing told him with
tmtis In his ojes thai hi was (he victim
of mis aken identity, another man hail
stole tho hoi so nutl.hu was mado to
siiiTui' while the ical ctilptlt was at
libei ty' The philanthropist was much
wrought up by tho stories of tt.eso wen
nnd wo.pt for sympathy. After ho bad
spent several hotiis In listoning to tho
convicts and hadn't found one who
wasn't unjustly convicted h'o turned lo
tht wardon and said: "Our courts are
full of injustice and rank tyranny. I
haven't found a man here yet who isn't
Then the philanthroipst went away
full of indignation and determined
that he would, do wht. hewcouJd to
right the wrongs that had bean done
these men. An boar after he had left
the prison walls he began to feel
through his clothes and found that he
was short 935. One of the innocent
and wronged men had lifted the cash
from an inside pocket of the philan
thropist while they were mingling their
Moral Tbero may bo innocont men
sont to tho penitentiary, but they aio
not noar ns plenty as bugs in some
hotels we hnvo known.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local appli'ntlons because they can
not reach tho diseased poitlous of the
ear. Thuro is only one way to cute
deafness, and that is by constitutiona
lemodics. Deafness is caused by an
infl mod condition of the mucous lining
ot tho eustacnian tube. When tho tube
gels infl tmed you bavo a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and when
It is diitiicly closed deaf ness is the ic
suli, and unless tho inflammation can
bo taken nut and this tube restored to
its normal condition, hearing will be
desl toyed forever, nine cases out of ten
nio caused by catarrh, which is noth
ing but an infltmod condition of tho
YV will give onu hundred dollars
for any case of deafness (cnused by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall'
Catarrh Cure. Bond for circulars, free.
F. J. Oiienet & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c. (
Hall's Family Pills arc the best.
We extendito all a Christinas greeting and hope
you will have many 'such, and extend to every man,
woman and child an invitation to ourstore which we have
filled to overflowing with Christmas articles too numerous
to mention. As a special christmas offerinS we are giv
ing a great reduction in all our cloak and cape prices. It
will pay you to come and inspect our stock in all depart
ments. Below you will find some of the numerous articles we have on display to help you make a selection for
Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Wife or Husband.
Fut Mii and (Jiiims
Coliiu mill ( nil mix
C'lgu II ld-
SI 00lo8l 00
1 00 in 1 75
7o to !J 00
M to 1 (10
llo t i II f 0
r.o'ii i ou
Work Box , 85 to 4 00
Toilet CasH ... 75 to 6 06
Fur Collarrttes J.;... 8 00 to 15 00
Fur Muffs A.. W to 5 00
Fascinators , 25 to 160
Handketohief Box 50 to 8 00
Olovo Boxes 50 to 8 50
Collar and cull buxitx . .,
Cigar Holder . . '
Smoking Set , ,,
Ink Stand & P-u Hidden
1 00 to
25 per cent off
on all J tickets!
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one of our
SOLD at a DISCOUNT of 25 per cent.
Men's Duck Coats 1.50 to $3.;o.
Men's Overshoes 1.00, 1.25, 1.35 and 1.40.
Ladies' Overshoes 90c, 1.25, 1.75.
Misses Overshoes 75c to 90c.
Children's Overshoes 75c to 90c,
Men's extra heavy fleeced underwear per
Men's extra heavy fleeced underwear per
Men's good heavy fleeced underwear 35c
Ladies' union suits 50c to ' 2 per suit.
Children's union suits 35c to $1.25 per suit
dtrioc ' sl'" liaT' H 'uw liiis of LaditM
OllUCd 82 CO and S3 00 Sham to close out, 75c.
A full line nf hnes of nil kinds ni prices that are in
reti'ih if nil. Men'? ami children's shoes that aio
iMiaiuiitecd to glvo siiti-fiii'lion.
n-acc riririHc A ni'' 'lu!,,8 P"l,''n J'y-
LFrCao JUUUruly accepted as n Cluist
iiiai piiwunt by mi v lady. Wo am In u position to
Hhovv jini tin Int. ft and inns', fasliionnhlti goodh.
To all wbn piuHitiM! a ill ess piiltein over 50c per
Mud wh will givi-the fnllowlrigs free. G yatiU cam
hi ic;,li yd- silisia; 1 d duck; 1 caul hook- and eves.
CftC PsfifC " ",,r r,,C(,ri' department you
VjrUC'CI IC3 will Hud a olinice assoi tinent of
Christmas caiitlii'- We will pav special attention to
parlies bovintr ivindi-s and Christmns trim nttpplitts.
Gil' OUR PIUCES BKFORK BUYINfi.
Highest Prices paid for Butter and Eggs.
Wotk B ies , ,
(Jloi'c IS IM'
1 00 to
1 00 lo
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For Small Girls.
Wooden Washing Machine 80
Handkerchiefs 05 to 25
Work Boxes 25 to 1 00'
Dolls Dressed 80 to 1 50
Kid Body Dolls 25 to 1 05
China Head Dolls 05 to 75
Savings B inks 20 to 100
Dishes, set 15 to GO
Fancy opal iliihes, each, 03 to 25
Toys of numerous kinds.
To 1 ChestH,
Bagatelle (in tne.
Small Ti links,
Toilet Set consisting of comb,- camels
hair brush, teething ring and powder
box, all In satin lined box, $1 25.
Woolen mitts, Jackets, Fur Sets,
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Kick a dog and he bites you.
He bites you and you kick him.
The more you kick the more
vhad done the courting, but as a matttrj h(J bites anj the morehe bUes
ot fact ho teally didn't hold enough
the more you kick. Each
GBHISTPS GOODS I
nards in the gatno to take a iugle trick.
The man who had been a bachblor
f ir forty-fivo years was right proud of
what he supposed be bud done, and
felt sure that his wife would tun tit
makes the other worse.
A thin body makes thin
least sixty-one pounds to the bushel ' i.ij ti.:. ii i i
which would entitle her to n No. 1 , blood- Thin blood makes a
grade. And his estimate was right, too thjn bod Each mak(JS thc
f.kii Ihn tiiilll IAI IU1 1IUI II1M Klllll 1 I 11
helpmeet that the man noeded. After
a while tbero was horn to tho couplo a
baby hoy who was the idol of his moth
As the boy grew up it was noticed by
si.'iuo ot the neighbors that ho ran the
' ration and that his mother let him do
just as he pleased.
After awhile the boy got big enough
to go to school nnd tho teacher discov
eieil that ho was tho worst kid that
had ever come under her jtuisdiution.
She Ithoied with hint nnd coaxed him
nml gave him a lot cl good talk, but it
was no use the boy got meanor nil tho
while. As a Inst tesott I ho hoy's teach
er turned him across her knee and ap
plied a paddle whom it would do the
most good. The rost of that day the
hoy was the best thing thoro was in the
whole school, hut that night he went
home nnd told his story to his mother
ami the next morning his mother tic
voinpanled hm to sjhobl and gavo his
teacher such a hot talk that it singed
tlin maps on the wall.
She said Ihai any teacher who would
'whip .1 good child like her poor little
Willie ought to hit ptosucuied mid put
After the woman hail liiiii-hed her
" toiisl inill il:n Willie hoiim with tho
Tenia) k Unit MieMifd not propose to
stnl li(i t'q, school to bo ahuetl, t io
teacher who used to he out of tho wo-
munVpUpils herself, mo arsud in lui-
other worse. If there is going
to be a change the help must
come from outside.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
neip. it ureaks up sucn a
combination. First it sets thc
stomach right. Then it en
riches thc blood. That
Strengthens the body and it
begins to grow new flesh.
A strong body makes rich
v.od and rich blocd makes a
' :ong body. Each makes thc
hr better. This is the way
'cott's Emulsion puts thc thin
ocly on its feet. Now it can
ut along by itself. No need
This picture represents
the Trade Matk of Scott's
l'.muMon and Is on tliu
3? wrapper of every bottle.
Mna lor Irte sample
SCOTT & IIOWNH,
.poo, Peail St,. New York.
50c. and $1. all druggists.
Consists of Dolls of all kinds kid body, patent, cmna,
dressed and undressed large and small. Doll heads.
Mechanical Toys. Games of all Kinds.
For the Children.
Wagons, Wheelbarrows, Doll Go-carts, Rocking
Horses, Laundry Sets, N Tool Chests, Pastry Sets,
Doll Beds, Toy Stoves, Furniture Sets, Guns, Drums,
and all kinds of interesting toys for the children.
ji ji ji
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l Silver and Nickle Goods.
K Children's Cups, Knife, Fork and Spoon Sets, Sugar $
Spoons, Butter Knives, Napkin Rings, and many other
f ijm 1
Chikawake. Glassware. Lamps. Picture Frames.
o Jt J
A special price made on an assortment of fine Celluloid
Allbums. For the want of space we can name only a
very few of the articles suitable for Christmas presents.
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that with everv 25c purchase you get a chance on our
fine $10 Doll given away December 24th.
THE FAIR STORE
Damerell Block, Red Cloud, Neb.
CLOSING OUT SALE ! I
( will close out all tho balance of my goods at n very 6w 3
price. I have a number of things that will make nice 1
Chiistmas piesents, sue as 5
Handkerchiefs, Fascinators, Hoods, $
Nica Black Dress Goods, White Goods, $
Embroideries, Black and White Veilings, Jj
Silk and other Laces, Combs, Yarn's, .
Umbrellas, Shawls, Pocket Books, Etc. J
Call and see my line before going elsewhere. ,
Mrs. F. Newhouse.
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, 8AY8:
., ,, , ... , ,, , , Hxltimokh, MiJ, March 30, 1901.
Grntlemtn 1 Belli r entirely ciircil of tlcnf nem tlmuU to our treatment, I v. Ill now cUc
ill hlstop'of mycaoe, to tic iimm! nt our dlscritloti.
About five years ni;o tnv richt inr Ugau to kinK. nnd tills Vent on cettlncr worse until I lost
uiy lienrtnj; in tliWcnr entirely "
t iiuucrwciii n trcHiniim ior canirrn, lor mice montlis, witliout nny success, consulted a num.
lirrof iiliynlcuiin, ninotiff ottitrs, the most eminent car upeciallkt of this city. ho told me that
only nn iiernt!on could help me, nnd ien Hint only temiiorarlly. that the bead noises would
tnn car, but the lienrinir In the ndectcd car would lie- lost iorcer.
to itty. (ifirr fi e cckt. mv lienrinir u the lUeaed ear ha been entirely icKored,
ll irt ill mill III If III mill llll 1 . (lira ..
IV...l HUM MV(, lli tVl VIIIIV tUIIIR
I. A. V1
1 men nil jour niiiertihrincnt ncctnen ally 111 a New York pal'", aud ordered ourtreat
t After I Imcl iin-d it only n few tln nceprdliiKti)our directions the noises ceased, und
I tliauk you
lKt AN, 7jo S. Broadway, nattlraore. Md.
On v treatment tlocs not Interfere with your unmtl occupation.
rte"1 YOU G AH CURE YOURSELF AT HOME n,no0H?.,,,a
ITr'-'y Mr,.( n !iir. Rgfi LA SALLE AVE., CHICAQ0.1LL.
PLATT & FREES CO., .
Chicago - Lumber - Vard.
RBll CI.OUU, NEBRASKA.
Lumber, Lime. Goal and Cement.
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