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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1901)
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The Oldest and Best,
S S. S is a combination of roots
and herbs of great CJrntivc powers,
and when taken into the circulation
searches out and removes all manner
of poisons from the blood, without
the least chock or harm to the system.
On the contrary, the genual health
begins to improve from the first dose,
for S. S. S. is not only a blood purifier,
but an excellent tonic, and strength
ens and builds up the constitution
while purging the blood of irupuri
ties. S. S. S, cures all diseases of a
blood poison origin, Cancer, Scrofula,
Khcumatitnn, Chronic Sores and
Ulcers, Kc.cma, 1'soriasis, Salt
Klieum. Herpes and similar troubles,
and is an infallible cure and the only
antidote for that most horrible disease,
Contagious Blood Poison.
A record of nearly fifty years of
successful cures is a record to be proud
of. S. S. S. is more popular today
than ever. It numbers its friends by
the thousands Our medical corres
pondence is larger than ever in the
history of the medicine. Many write
to thank us for the great good S. S. S.
has done them, while others arc seek
Jng advice about their cases. All
letters receive prompt and careful
attention. Our physicians have made
a life-long study of Blood and Skin Dis
eases, and better understand such cases
than the ordinary practitioner who
makes a specialty of no one disease.
we are aoing great
good to su tiering
our consulting ue-
oartment. and invite
you to write us if you have any blood
or skin trouble, we make no charge
whatever for this service.
TNI SWIFT Sf CCIFIO CO., ATLANTA, A.
BUSY AJUZONA BEES.
Large Store of Swoets Laid Up in
w. l. McMillan.
PUBLISHED KVKIIT FIUDAT
loured at toe poit office at Ilsd Cloud. Neb.ss
t.octl advcrtllnB 5 ceuts er line er Issue.
Local AdrcrtltliiK 'or cnterulnmtiits, con
term, socials, f 5c.. Klven jy churches, charliablo
societies, etc.. where all moneys ralfcd there
from arc ued wholly lor church or clmrliiiule
tocleile flrst ten line free ami all over ten
lines SIS cenli per line per tone.
Loral ailvcrtlHlinr of entcruliimenK conrerts.
rentals, etc.. where per cent 1 glvcu to pro
moten.'n cent ior line per lesue.
One roluran per month ............... I. i
One half column per month -.....- ... S hi
One-fourth column per month .- 1
Oeueral display KilvcrtWliiK 9 centi per
Inch per Issue.
Thn HarlielorN Olul of this city
mourns thu loss of smother number.
K.J.Ovtiiing Jr., who hn over been
iicintcd to with iitl by tlu uuuihi-i
of tltti ulub if tin Ideal Imehcor, whoo
voice hns ever been hennl In tliuir
councllo in tiivorof Urn principles they
bolleve, hlttled hi- tlfinrinination n
heiciiftrr lend the iifn ti innri'leil
mitti linn sevttring Ills cunnoi'tlou with
the club, This nunouucuiucnt sprenil
To mm of th Trrnaur Takan from (
riurrara of the stinthtTsti'
Oaaart Urant Sort for
The greatest crop of honey ever
known In Arizona is that of the pres
ent year. The average product of the
territory la somewhat In excess of
2,000,000 poumlH. This year it will be
far In excess of that amount prob
ably doublt. The greater parf of
this honey will find a market In Chi
cago, reports the Chronicle.
Strange as It may seem, the mes
quite and csct. , whleh flourish with
out wnter, provide the bees with n
honey fur superior to thai from eul
tlvnted pin nt, and the blossom and
fruit of the cactus are even better
than the tncsqultp blossom. The
most handsome of desert flowers
grow on the hundreds of varieties of
cactus. One of the most beautiful is
that of the Co re us (tlganteus, the or
gan cactus, generally known by tits
Spanish appellation of the "Sagunra,"
Arizona's most typical plant, that
towers in great, green, fluted shafts,
the most conspicuous and oddest sub
ject on all the plains. In the late
springtime each snguara is crowne'd
by a mass of brilliant, silken white
flowers, sometimes over 100 in a
bunch. Each blossom is about four
inches across. Nearly all develop to
fruit, the "petahaya," the most
palatable of the wild products, and in
the blossom and the fruit the wild
bees and the tamed ones find the es
sence of honey. The prickly pear, the
night-blooming careus, the eholla, ta'i
doubly barbed terror of the deadt,
the ocatilla and many others give
honey to the beet, while the wild
rosea of the rocks and the thousands
of smaller flowers aid in furnishing
the most delicately flavored honey
known to the nplaries.
In the Salt Itiver valley bees work
for a longer period than in any other
locality, a. crop of 200 pounds of
honey to ench hive being not unusual,
while tin nverage of 100 pounds for
the season is tuiiiutnlued. From
A- hen-mini v M t asifni
filfi Tit i-nwivdal-f tile iinMeti-Uiv
i.vel t.i (.'aiHnrnin, Ibb, lltiriingtot,
K-tiile h mlritd In lt wii'i- nimiliH.
tn-M X"nrlun, in t'jurJnt rwi , pt
.. iim'ij i-i.Mil.iite(. rhi"jluriinguirV
lirotiuli nr eivieoto ('njWoreia is :i
i lii.- Star.dtrd sleespei.", dailj,
O tiahn, Lincoln, Hasting 'rud Oxhnd
'ttSitn KiiiiicUcu, connecting at latter
city with fit tit train for L1) AiiKtdo.
rniiital sleepers, persounllv tonduoletl,
Vfiy Thursdiiy and S.ttuitlay, Oninlia,
Linenlii, Pail moot, Hatings and Hold
rt-ije to San Francli, every Vetlne
lt mill Thiirsiixy, K:iiim Citv, M
Jiiti ph. Wyinore, Supmlor null Oxfnitl
to is.in Kianci(;omnl LoAnele All
'In e ens run via Denver and Salt
l.-tkeCiiy, pas.king the gland paiioi'iiiiiti
uf ilm Hockief) liy daylluht. Ifjou'ie
filing tt California, you will ho liiit-r-HMieil
in our new 40-png folder, "C.tl
ifmnia Tout!', 1001-02." It Is.frei'. .).
hitANClS, (Jeneral Passenger Agent.
Kxciiriou to Florid.t. Tlui Burling
ton H'ltitu is organizing a personally
conduct! d excursion to Florida ami
Cuba, to leave. Nebraska points, Wed-
tift-day, January 29. The routo will
b via St. Louis, thence to Jackson
ville, Florida, through scenes which
have been forever made historic by the
dramatic events of the civil war. An
exceedingly low rate liac betn made,
and members of the excursion have
choice of several attractive trips after
they arrive at Jacksonville. This op
portunity of escaping the mast unpleas
ant portion of a Nebraska winter and
enjoying in its stead, the delights of a
semi tropical country will appeal to
everyone who bat the manay and caa
snare the time to make an extended
pleasure trip. A handsome booklet,
giving details of the excursion will be
le.uly for distribution abou. January
If. Writo for a copy. J. Fkancis,
(juueral Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children.
Successfully used by Mother (iray,
nuiso in tho (Jhildieii'-t Hoii.u in New
Yoik, euro foveriiltnes., hail stomach,
Ceiinsss Cannot Be Cured
by local appli atimts uveaife tltej can
not tvnc.li tlio diseased portions if the
ear. Tbeie is only one way to cute
tlea(uei, ami that i- by clitituMunt
iTlllediK l)"afni'K Is i!ttifd b '
iull in d eoriditioti of the mucous ilnmi!
of tint eiHtacliian tube. When the. tttbi
aoti lull. imed 3011 bare a ruitibllu
Hound or imperfect lieariiig, ami when
it is entirely closed deafuos is the te
suit, and unlets the Inflammation can
bn taken out anil this lube restored to
ils normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases out of ton
aro caused by catarrh, which is nolh
n but an inflamed condition of the
We will givit one hundred dollars
for any cae of deafness (catiied by
ontniih) that cannot be cured by Hall'
Jalairh Cure. Send for circulars, ficc.
F. J. Chenkv & Co., Toledo, O.
Soul by druggists, 7.rc.
Hall's Family Pills aru the best.
Greatly reduced nttes for holidays,
between Butiinfclon stations within 200
Tickets on salo December 24, 25, 31
and January I. Good to return till
Ask nearest agent Burlington Route
for details and and information or
write to J. Francia, General Passenger
gent Burlington Route, Omaha. Nubr.
It Keeps the Feet arm and Dry.
Ask today for Allen's Foot Ease, a
powder. It cures chllblaius, swollen.
sweating, sore, aching, damp feet. At
all druggists and shoe stares, price 26o
Cast1 Bargain House.
., rf !
X Commencing Saturday Morn
$ ing, December 28tn.
Before invoicing we place on sale
fc Special Bargain Values
J- in Every Department, fa
It will pay you to take advantage of this sale. 5
dismay among the members as they
looked upon Ed. as a pcimaiient thing the nectar of the wild
tuetliini! disorders, niovo and ict'iiUte
i-noenix nntt teinpe nione are snippeti 1 1,, UltHl. nM ,,.,iiov m Over
..,,. ..,.,.,,,.,,,... nuiu-j .-... .1000n toatInnnlit-. Tl.ev ni-vcr fail.
.I'lir iii.n riv iiniiiir k 11 i ii yn i
or si rained.
The wild becH of the desert and
mouutaint provide nn Interesting
st inly nnd honey-hunting Is 11 inosl
unique Kpurt. whiuii Is not without Its
dangi r-, but with reenmpcnsu sulll
clently delightful to repay one for ''1
dilllcultles. In thw caitleH of the
hlglirM rocks the bees gather In
great hwnrmti and store their supply
of food. With remarkable sagacity
they choose the most inaccessible
bpots and frequently find places
which bailie all lniicnuitv of even the
' t ... ....
Illllillll. till! llll. Hi 111 1-stxtOIlt M'CklT Of M'llim. Mlltll'V Of lyOUIIIIISI(lll -
honey. Frequent. great hoards of CAN ClliCMlCAt. Co.. Clevlantl, 0;
honey are found In rates nnd down ---
the sides of steep cliffs, where thou- Slops the Cough and Work off the Cold
sands of bees have stored their Lnvitive Brnino-Quiiinm Tablnt- cures
products for perhaps scoret. of years, ' LM( , J,, ,, ,y, x
and hoiuetiiucb ah much as a thou- Q-
mi ml pounds of honey arc taken from
such places. 1 he Indian bee hunter
many times risks his life to obtain
At nil tlruirNl1, S.Ik. S.implc free.
Aildres, Allen S Olinsicd, L"Roy,
Wantkd -Severnl vera-iiiH uf eharaeter nail
KOinl reiMiintluu In v.x Imtnte Cone In tliU county
reiiiilri-ill to reirecnt ami mlvertlne old utat
lllii'il wcaltliy nail est liouu ( xollil tlitiinuliil
MiiiiilliiK. Siilitry IS(H weekly with cxpeiiKei
aililltluiuil, nil piyiilil" In civli enuh w'eilneMlny
direct from lien 1 utllct."i Horse nml c.irrlniru
(urnlnlicil, when necewiry. Ilefereticea. Kn-clo'-c
Kell-ml.trt'ttieil tsl.imtm.1 envelope. Dcpt.
MiiiiiikltICH t'nxton lliillillnir. Chicago.
Salesman wanted o sell Ami Itust
Hoof Paim, Couipouiiils mid Lubri-
cute, no pay
RU'lnge himself at the end of a frail
rope, far down the sides of a steep j
precipice. Neither is his danger end
ed there, for If not well protected '
from the onslntight of the bees, some
times in dense s warms of thousands,
he is likely to become a victim of the
angry defenders. Indeed, not long
since a I'npngo young man was stung
so badly while robbing n wild hive
that he died soon after his comrades
had pulled him up to the top of the
On the desert, too, the bees make
their homes, sometimes swnrming in I
the shell of the decayed cactus and
often in caves along nrroyos nnd the
beds of the large streams. Very often
they swarm close to the ngiiculturnl
districts and it Is a frequent and very
easy thing for the ranchers to gather
thctn into hives and hold tlnin. One
rancher a few miles southeast of
I'hoeuK has on his property a small
iiolntrtl hutte, near the top of which
Is a small cave. From this piece of
rock the owner has gathered honey
enough to pay for his ranch. Several
years ago n great swarm of bees set
tled in the cave 'and the owner hns
However llin rules of thn club had
bo carried out, nnd accordingly ar
rangements were made to suitably cole
brate the ovent. On Saturday evening
al half past nine tlio members met at
te Royal hotol where everything was
' in readiness for them. For a sottplo of
hours whist and other pastimes claimed
their attontion. The president then
called tho club to order for a business
meeting. Since it has become known
that when one member leaves the club
another is elected in his place, the club
has had many applications for mem
burship. Thu choice S-iturday ovenirg
fell upon ) W. At Id, the. geutlemaulv
assistant of the Statu bank. Thu .state
iucnl by thn secielnry that the clnli
litid 11 buhl" cu in the treasury eicale.l
some niiiiisnincut as this is uoiolitii
thu case. The following iiiliivis weic
choson for tho ensuing term:
Krnet Jones picsiden',.
.1. W. Tullus, vloii-presideut.
(iuo, ll.Ovoiing, secretaiy ai d tiea
urer. Thu business disposed of, ihu y;J',1
ai intuit) for supper and the club ltd
jur ed to tho dining room which was
tastefully and beautifully decorated
The bill of ftru set before the ho,s sut
paisud any previous banquet mid all
wem loud in their praise of the enter
lainmeut provided them by .Mic. On
man and her corps of able aUinuis
Of cotirso tlio customary toasts were
ni-pouilod to and added uiu h to tl c
miiuseiiidiit. Thu following is the list
Prof II L. Sams, toasiiu:tter.
('Pledges Hid their Fulfillment," J.
"Tenipus Ftigit," R (J. Cathei.
"Temptation," N. H. MotriHon.
Woiiii'ii," Ernest Joucs.
'Signs of tho Times," H A. Lelsoti.
"I Don't Know why I Loavu you but
I do," K.J Overlng Jr.
By this time, 2;1C, it was time fot t lie
ri. 011 to bu limrriud man 10 stmt for ihu
depot and thu club constituted itself a
guard of honor and accompanied hiiuj for th(ijm'i'"f of prnciiiinirihehioi.ii
I'llijtliel. Tills duty itccoiuplislied thu . iiotnuls for iliH coiimr.
'PSiJhojN retttiiieil to their homes fully ' . j i,,ii't sonic one Will t j-m 01
yflRiSlIrd with limb" oveiiing'-f enjoyment ' triku uinan down in imu-u i i.
JiaPi Miitement in tliH tiMvn
li city W11 iivnintii by a hand or Jimmik ani Toot
it's impure Blood.
"What is it?" asks the mother as she
notices the smooth skin of her child
marred by a red or pimply eruption. It
is impure blood, and the child needs at
once to begin
the use of Dr.
ery, the best and
for impurity of
the blood. It
cates the poisons
the blood and
cause disease. It
rlieum and other
which are the di
rect result of im
pure blood. It
enriches in well
as purifies the
"Dr. I'ierce'5 medicine ban not only bene
fited mc K'cnlly, but il lian done wonders lor
my two Koiw," write Mrs. M. Il.it trick, of
Demsicr. utwego w, r.. v. "Horn nail scroltila,
I have lost two dauchtcri In levi than live years
with consumption and scrofula. My eldest non
5Sl f S-'a.
t 11 mm
"All well all happy lots
of fun". That is the regular
report from the monkey cage
"f Barnum's Circus ever since
i keepers be.qan doling the
.. nkcys with Scott's Emul-
' n. Consumption was earn
"- off two' thirds of them
'cry year and the circus had
t ) buy new ones.
One clay a keeper accident
r.lly broke a bottle of ScottV
Emulsion near the monkey
cage and the monkeys eagerly
lapped it up from the floor.
This suggested the idea that it
might do them good. Since
then the monkeys have received
regular doses and the keepers
report very few deaths from
consumption. Of course it's
cheaper to buy Scott's Emul
sion than new monkeys and
that suits the circus men.
Consumption in monkeys
and in man is the same disease.
If you have it or are threaten
ed with it can you
take the hint?
This picture represent"
the Trade Mark of Scott'h
Kmnlsioil nnd is on thu
wrapper of every buttle.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & UOWNE,
.1.00 Pearl St.. New Yotk.
50c and $1. all druggists.
t Special Bargains
ib In Dress Goods, Silks, Calicoes, 4
j Ginghams, Table Linens, Jj
Isp nnirKTC! "iioliTie KlViiiie! -I?
ft vuwiBo, luuouug, wimt.iuBo, fm
ft Underwear, Hosiery, Shoes jji
i and Notiuns. ft
$ Extra Special in Our m
About 500 Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Cloaks, Jackets and Coats placed on sale
at big discount prices.
Ladies $ 5.00 Garments at $ 3.00.
Ladies 6.00 Garments at 4.0O.
Ladies 7.00 Garments at 4.50.
Ladies 10.00 Garments at 6.0O.
Ladies 1.50 Garments at 10.OO.
Children s. Coats at 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.50 and $2.0, many of them at less than half
m inn 1 tpti
iiiggs - itiiten - in - jcixenange. ((
CLOSING OUT SALE !
I will close out til the balance af my goods at a very low
price. I haven number of thinns that will make nico
Christinas pteiunts, sue as
Handkerchiefs, Fascikators, Hoods,
Nica Black Dress Goids, White Goods,
Embroideries, Black Ind White Veilings,
Silk and other Laces.Combs, Yarns,
Umbrellas, Shawls, Poket Books, Etc.
Cnll and see my liowfor going eNowheru.
gradually tamed them, and each year w e" l.wo ?r three years ago wlUt heraor
..!......, -.w.. 1 i oium 1. i rliuRe from the lungs. It troubled him for ovet
gathers from 1.000 to 2,000 pounds of year. He took fir. l'terce's Golden Medical
honey from them.
Palette I tell you, times are pret-,
ty hurd when a good artist has to get
a job as a waiter.
Smiley-Yet.; he's like the foolit-h
servant In the parableburying hU
taletit in a napkin. Town and Coun
Our I'll" Uiinif. fillet iMiiiiiit'ii' wen
t it' ttttit tn,i,e
Afifi veil yi'iti mIxiiiich (tilui'irtt
Hu bn- te tit mil tu miike a hlu ii I vi.-it
to III llii'iul" null Itdnlives. We nlf
.tivti4 l'IhiI to weloiillle littek Mich old
Mi'i nn itii ti int"
T II. (J dugl" left hem litsl I'ui'sdiiJ
to visit III nL'i'd luulher in I In (iistern
purl t'f Ihe kIiiU .
Jilllll ll'ie Mild llitl'lll lliip)eu ivel'e
ill Bam Hill .Mmidnv i'li n peihiut
Discovery, and has not had n hemorrhage in
over a year. My younger iou had scrolulous
sores on his neck; had two tunccd, but has not
had any since he commenced to take your raed
Accept no substitute for "Golden Med
ical Discovery." There is nothing "just
ns good" for diseases of the stomach,
blood and lungs.
A icoS page book, free for the asking.
You can get the People's Common Sense
Medical Adviser, the test medical book
ever published, free by sending stamps
to pay expense of mailing only. Send
21 one-cent stamps for tiaper covers or
21 stamps for cloth-lxmnd volume, to Dr.
It. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
S Sl 75 Parlor LaiifpS 1.20
Psjt 1 jNA l
tit u. Hull' niiii Nin i" d- 1 1 .'in ,'iUcl
l.S:i.OO m i box.
iliome made cunuv at kc'
mf V! ' I'J "in in"""" "J
EfiWv this wi'el', They tint the com .
t i,&i. . t iiisttf am Tuur JsviaaeTt t
fi'l.m 1 boj-s ill l.eluni Cur Uinir tlllffl Dr.not)bs'Bpraliusl'lllscur0?lU!!l.ncyllI..&t.
of BbjiHVfiK'k for till' flltlllf.
CO and OPc Sliina Plates m
ai , . n
Uo China Cream Pitch.
u. 5uo China Sugar
IB1.BQ Glass Berry Se
A few dolls and tin toys
said chwip. ,
ALL. CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CtRABLE
by our new invention. Only those bj deaf are incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE MEDIATELY.
F. A. WERNIAN, OF EAL7StRE, SAYS:
, , , itimoi'.i:. Mil Mnrcli 30, loot,
GtnHtmrm - IIcIiir entirely cured cf de.iiiieB. t innl.s t"-ur treatment, I will now give you
afull lilitorrof tny cae. tolieuiednt o:iriticrftivit
Alwut five years av.a my riuht car tiegati to t-ln:', nnd lliyent on setting worse, until I lost
my hearliiK In tills ear entirely . ,
I UllUCwrill U lll'iUllltrill lUI nit'lllll. iui hiivvhiwhui .iiih nilV MICCChS, Ulllbuiicil II llillll'
her of iliyictaii. ntnotiK othcru, tliemo.t ciiiiiicnt ear ltct of this city, who told mc that
ntny nit oiwnilton
then cease, inn the lienrlti);
only nn iiiwr.-ition could licit tne nnd tveu Hint only leiiirxtrlly, mat the head noihcs would
uenriut; in mc uiicviru cm uum ic ,u-k iwscr.
1 thru uu' vnur nHcrlli.iiicnt neciden allv ill a New Yotlmxr. nml ordered our treat-
metit After I had nteil It only a few days according to your 'Vctlotis, the iioli.cceneil. and
to day. after five weeks my hearinu In the diseavrd car lias beetutirely restored. I thank you
heartily nud lies to reuialu Very truly yours. t
' 1. A. VIJllMAN,7Jolroadwny, llaltimorc, Md.
Our treatment docs not tntorfera with iouliiitiiul occupation,
S8SS,tnd YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF ATWME "SSS1""1
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE CHICAGO, ILL.
PLATT & FREES
THE 1 Qhicaga - LubaVarcL
1 T0N- !FAT"R $s
UIKIJ OLOUL), NEUAiKA.
iiriber, Lime, Goal any Cement.
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