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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1902)
There la Jo poison so highly contagious,
o deceptive ami so destructive. Don't b
too sure you lire cured because all external
tigtis of the di&atte have disappeared, and
the doctor says you are well. Many per.
sons have been dosed with Mercury and
PoUaIi for months or yearn, and pro
nounced cured to realize when too late
that the disease was only covered up
Um iMMfi I Item (Jrivc frol Ule
ukb mmgot uk. gurfnccto break
out again, and to their sorrow and mortifi
cation find those nearest and dearest to
them have been infected by this loath
some disease, for no other poison is so
surely transmitted from parent to child
m this. Oftcti a bad ense of Rheumatism,
Catarrh, Scrofula or severe skin disease,
an old sore or ulcer developing in middle
we, can c iraccu to oicou poison con
In'ouVy Th9 stn of tho Parent.
life, for it remains smoldering in the sys
tem forever, unless properly treated and
driven out in the beginning. S. S. S. is
the only antidote for this peculiar virus,
the only remedy known that can over
come it and drive it out of the blood, and
it docs this so thoroughly and effectually
that there is never a return of the disease
to embarrass or humiliate you afterwards.
px cures Contagious Hlood
,1 Poison in any and all
k stages; contains no
B B A mineral to break down
1 your constitution; it is
purely vegetable and the only blood puri
fier known that cleanses the blood and
at the same time builds up the general
Our little book on contagious blood
poison is the most complete and instruc
tive ever Issued; it not only tells all
about this disease, but atso how to cure
yourself at home. It is free and should
be iu the hands of everyone seeking a
cure. Send for it
Xm tWIFT IPECIf IC CO.. ATLANTA. A.
W. L. MoMlLLAN.
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PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY
In tared t tno put oOlco t IUd Uond. Nob.u
coad cltif matt matter.
Ixm"I tdrcrlUI'iR 6 cent per lino per ItMio.
Local AitvortlnliiK 'or ciitertxlununt-, con
tcrtK.bodslii, e5c., rIt-ii liy churches, charltsbto
iOnlvtlcN, etc., whero nit ruoncjH ruined there
frm ro used wholly far church or ulurltiblo
octette flrat ten linen free ami all orer ten
Hum 8V4 renin tier lluo per Immio.
I.omI l-enlMne of eiiUTtHlnnient", concerts,
redulx, etc., where per rent Ih kItoii to pro
maler. & cents pur line per Imbiiu.
On column per month V on
One half column per month M Hi
One fourth column h.t month 1 75
OenerAl dlnptitv HdvertMiiR i 8 eouti per
Duo loose screw may wreck ti whole
A hob-tailed dog has a hard time
showing his appreciation.
A policeman and i. country editor
roccivu less do&erved pralso for their
services than any other professionals
A St. Joseph paper remarks that
after seeing Carrie Nation tltoy don't
blamo her half so much for smashing
so many mirrors.
The- new woman is an eyosora to the
A great many people kill time just as
though they had a right to live.
"Ha that winknth tho eye causeth
sorrow," especially if tho girl's other
fellow catches him at it.
Sauor kraut is defined as eabbago
thai has scon better days. Tho defi
nition is very rank.
Booze and conceit am twin brothers.
They both canto ti tniin to imagine his
h:it is too small.
It is n rather poor policy to sit
around waiting for luck. If good luck
comes along and liniN you asleep it is
liable to puss on.
Men are great kici;cr.. So are mules.
Somehow wo expect more of men than
wo do of mulct). Wo shouldn't.
Some women laugh like they were
afraid of cracking their lips, whilu oth
ers crack a smilo so loud tttny can ho
heal d four blocks.
Tho jay birds am supposed to go
south in tho winter time, but a few of
tuoui cau always bo fouud atountt Red
Tho "naked truth" gonendly chases
around with tho "baro facts," but
ueithor ono of them are often seen in
Tho tnau who praises his wife's good
home qualities in company generally
goes around with ono susponder and a
suinglo nail to hold his pants up with.
When a hon lays her plans for rais
ing a family sho doesn't know what
minute tho hired girl is going to swipe
thum and scramblu them into an
When you want nails, screws, bolts,
hath vvite or anything else iu tint litud
waie lino call on W. W. Wright.
Sotnowhnt dusty Monilnv.
L. Livingston nmlh of town
hnvo n public sttlti next Tuesday.
Mr. nml Mrs. Uootlull ate nt Western
at tho bedside of hU fntlier who is serl
Dr. Towusend of Uiimpbell was call
ed to tho homo of J. K, Denton Satur
Joseph Pashby has purchased the
farm ono mile south and two west of
Tho Chevalier implomant building in
going up rapidly and when completed
will luhl nitiuh to our town.
Clarence llito returned homo Wed
nesday after nn extended visit with
relative!- at Western.
W. L. Monnott has moved into the
property vacated by Al Kurd.
C. K. Hicks is spending a few days
with his family at Lincoln and looking
alter business matters.
Chits. Moore of Guide ltock is spend
ing u few days with old acquaintances
iu this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wuullo Sundaycd
with her parents wost of town.
The meetings nttho Mothodistchuruh
are being well attended und much good
should result therefrom.
The illustrated sermon givon by
Rov. Priostly Sunday ovoning at the
M. K. Church was vory iuterustinir and
tho church was crowded to its utmost
Mr. Loisrold of Hickman who has
boon v-istting with his father returnod
to bis homo Monday,
Wm. Harding loft Monday for Dor
chostor to visit with his son.
Everybody rejoices over tho recont
fall of snow. Small favors thankfully
One and all are enjoying the nicu
weather and are glad to soo feed hold
ing out so well. Stock is all luokiuc
Hugh Graham has been sick tho past
few days with something like tho grip.
Mr. Stanley, a prominent young
farmer ami stockman froinlnenr Salem.
paid ono of his semi-monthly visits to
some of his acquaintances and friend
here lust Saturday mid Sunday.
While wo have considornblo sickness
iu our neighborhood nt present, thero
is no serious cases and till aro reported
Mis Collins and Irving's children
were on the sick list last week, but all
tiro lienor at this writing.
Frank Wolf had quite a sovero attack
of pneumonia but is better.
Mrs. W 11. Uosoncrnns had au attack
of pneumonia last week but is ablo to
ho mound again.
Mr. Dillon, the North Branch nursery
man was tiausaciinc business on our
creek last Saturday and Monday.
Oscar Serivner and wifo of Spring
Creek were visiting on this creok last
Sunday with relativos.
Will Kosoncrans bought 100 bushols
of corn iu town last Saturday. Corn is
golting scarce as so many are feeding
hogs. It is now sixty to seventy cents
Will Scrivnor is heard from in Okla
homa where ho is at work carpenter-iB-
Al Serivner is going to Oklahoma on
a prospecting tour.
Max Fischer of Indian Territory,
formorly of this part, is visiting rela
tives hero. He and his uncle, Joseph
Fogel wore on our creek Sunday.
Tho series of nicotines held at Pennv
creek by Rov. Campboll and tho lady
assistant, aro well at tended every
evening. They hold u prayer mooting
in tho neighborhood ovory day.
I'lio Chits. Stcllliis fai in is about to be
sold to an Iowa man, n brother-in-law
of Ed. Cooper.
r . Bond will soon luavo for tho west
era mining country, and Jus. Beau
I'liatiip will occupy his farm.
A. A. Davis, tho North Branch insur
ittico agent, was doing business on our
Mr. Roohor was recently hoard from
at his old homo in Franco. Ho will
sail for home in tho near future.
Another tourist excursion to Califor
nia. To accommodate tho increasing
travel to California, tho Burlington
Routo has added to its service another
weekly excursion, in tourist cars, per
sonally conducted. Tho Burlington's
through car service to California is as
follows: Standard sleepers, daily,
Omaha, Lincoln, Hastings and Oxford
to San Francisco, connecting at latter
city with fast train for Los Angolcs.
Tourist sleepers, personally conducted,
every Thursday and Saturday, Omaha,
Lincolu, Fairmont, Hastings and Hold
ivgo to San FraticWco, every Wednes
day and Thursday, Kansas City, St,
Joseph, Wymoro, Superior and Oxford
to San Francisco and Los Angeles. All
these cars run via Douver and Salt
Lake City, passing tho grand panorama
of tho Rockies by daylight. Ifyou'ie
going to California, you will ho inter-e-tod
iu our now 40-pago folder, "Cal
ifornia Tours, lUOl-Wi." It is free. J.
1'iiANcis, General Passenger Agent.
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Womor has had an epidemic of cheap
John show, two or three every week.
Como ahead hois, any old thing goes
at Wo m or,
Tb wind storm Monday was one of
the old sort. For a time it looked as if
an old time bllzzird was on top.
Miss Lulu Ken worthy has taken in
an asslstai't. Miss Keuwurthy has
built up quite a trade in dressmaking.
Low Moore is at Lincoln, Nebraska,
this week attending the butter makers
Mr. Hunter of Rivcrton was nt Wi.m
or ono day this week.
Mrs. Pouadsis vory poorly.
Tho cicitmery is laid tip for repairs
Ivir. Armitfllead got hurt '(lining the
lire and is laid-up for repairs.
Tho telephone is quite a treat to tho
Woincrite. People who have never
used tho phono mako lots of sport by
trying to mako tho other fellow lienr.
Tho hotel came neatly going up in
smoko TuoMlny morning. Fire as
discovered in the roof and tho alarm
was givon and such a gotting out of
bod you never did see. Fred Stelling
can toll just how to climb upon a roof
that is covered with Ico and put out a
lire. You must jump out of a warm
bed, don't stop to put your clothes on
as it is hard to climb a roof if you have
on too many clothss, slash water over
tho roof, put out tho lire, then bavo
your clothes thrown up on tho roof
and gat into them as soon us you can
for a follow gots cold on a roof with the
wonther nt zero. Dr. Morrison says ho
was so absent ruindod that ho thought
ho had on his clothes until he got
across tho street, and than to his mind
camo tho idea that some ono was out
too early or perhaps he had what is
sometimes called a nighthorso. It is
all right doctor. When n man has to
bo up into nights he is liable to havo
most any old thing.
A vory pleasant patty was given at
the homo of Mlut Garner northwest of
Red Cloud lust Friduy evening. Tho
young folks rehearsed till tho old party
pastimes and kept up a merry lot of
fun until about Y2 o'c ouk when a do
liciotts oyster stow was ready and they
all quieted down for supper. Thoso
present were Mr. and Mis Oat Garner,
Mr. and Mrs. Julie Knight, Misses,
Daisy Hunter, Hattio Olmstend, Huttio
Cloud, Jonnio Wallin, Emma Hale,
Horenco Sawyer, Nnuniu Cloud, Fanny
Reigle, May Renkel, Annie Ronkel,
Emma Graves, and her nieco Elsio
; Messrs, Don Cloud, Alvio
Garner, Clay Orchard, Glenn Olm
stead, Ernest Aiherton, Alex. Renkel,
Cecil McCnll, Cltaiiny Renkel, Hugh
Reed, Porter Hale, Mill Michuels, Leigh
Copelund, Flojd Pitnoy and a few
othots that tho writer is not ablo to
think of just now.
Thc'tindersigued will sell at his farm
eight miles south and three-fourths of
a mile west of Red Cloud, and six
miles not th and three miles wost of
Salem, Kansas, on Tuesday, Jantiar"
28th, 1902, commencing at 10 a.m. tho
following described property. Twenty-five
hqad of stock, consisting of live
head of horses and mules, descsibed as
follows: Two mules threo and four
years old, ono bay mate live years old,
one gray horse weight 1,100, ono gray
pony weight 700. Twenty head of
cattle described as follows: Six year
ling calves, threo fall calves, threo long
yearling steers, ono two year old cow,
2 four year old cows fresh soon, ono
heifer two years old, three cows fresh
in soring, ono red polled bull two jeers
old. , AUo about four tons of prnirio
hay, one walking cultivator, onu riding
cultivator, ono set of hnrneso, and oth
er things too numerous to mention.
Tkums of Salk Ten mouths time
will bo given on all sums over $.1.00
purchaser giving note with approved
secuilty drawing ton ver cent interest
from date. All sums of $5 00 and un
der cash. Two per cent off for cash.
No stock to ho removed until settled
for. Ciiah. Bkaiidsi.kk.
Col. C. L, Winftoy, Auctioneer.
Just as the eight hour day is becom
ing prevalent it scientist tells us that
in it more (50,000,000 years tho day will
ho forty-eight hours long. It is dis
couraging to be thus rebuffed after
working out a roform as wo holioved
FIRST A1P TO THEiJVtlMEiKk
For Burns, Sprains, Wounds, Brui
ses or Any 8ort of Pain.
Used Internally and Externally.
CAUTION I Avoid tho weak, waterr
witch Hazel preparations, represented
to be "the same na" POND'S BX
TRACT, which eaillv sour and otten
contain ' wood alcohol," an irritant ex
ternally and, taken internally, a poison
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It is understood tho American ne
gotiating for tho reloaso of Miss Ellvn
Stone and her companion Mine. Tsilkit,
to whom the money subset ibed for the
ransom of tho captive missionaries wn
sent, may have to entrust tho fund to
tho brigands tonic days before tho hit
tr rolt use tho captives, in ncuoi dance
with the precedents ndopled in cases
of previous brigandages. Tho bandits
are said to insist on this point in order
to onablo thorn to dispose of the cash
before retaliatory measures cau be or
ganized. Attornoy General Prout has decided
that all statu banks must file articles of
incorporation with tho secretary of
stato. The law has beon construed to
mean that the articles must be filed
with tho stato banking board, but un
der the now ruling all institutions
must lllo their articles in tho other of
fice. About 200 state banks will bo af
Tho house cammitteo has reuortcd
favorably on a bill providing for tho
election of senators by direct voto of
the people. Tho report follows literal
ly that of last yeat and presents tho ad
vantages of popular election of sena
Tho crazo for bicycles has trono slim-
morlng. If it has dotto nothing elso
this fad, if such it was, has started a
movement in favor of good roads which
has done and is doing much of perma
nent value to tho country.
A Certain Cure for Chilblains
Shako into your shoes Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder. It cures chilblains.
frostbites, damp, sweating, swollen
feet. At all druggists and shoo 'storcB,
Homesoekors excursion January and
February, 1902. January 7 and 21,
February 4 and 18, tickets will bo on
sale to points in Arizona, Arkansas,
Indian territory, Lousiana, Now Mex
ico, Oklahoma nml Tcxhr for ono faro
plus $3.00 for tho round trip. Tickets
limited to twenty-one days from date
of sale. A. Conovkk.
Many School Children Are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
children, used by Mother Gray, a nurse
in the Child's Home, Now York, breaks
up colds iu 24 hours, cities feveiishness
headache, stomach troubles, teething
disoiders and destroy worms. At all
druggists, 25o Samplu mailed free
Address, Alien S. Olmstend, LeRoy.
is tho cheapest iu the;
market and we guarantee;
satisfaction or your mon
25 pounds $1.45.
40 pounds $2.85.
,100 pounds $5.00.
Dr. Hess' Poultry
guaranteed in tho same way.
Chas. L. Cotting
Situated in tho Southwestern
part of Iowa and Northwest
ern part of Missouri, in thn
best i.oru bell in tho United
;t specinlty. Write for free
samples and prices. Agents
wanted (reliablo ) Address,
O. B. McEtroy,
To buy Men's, Boys'
Clothing1, Shoes, Hats,
Caps and Furnishing
Goods at Cost.
Going to move Febru
ary 1st. Until then
every article in our
store will go at cost.
Opportunity of your
life to clothe
yourself and boys.
I Galusha, Weseott Storey
VMaa- aa- J?
j Henry Bros., Jairfiielcl, la.
J AMKOUNCK TO THK TltADK THAT THEY AltE OKFEHINO TI1KIK
4 Black Diamond Seed Oats, 100 lbs. $3, or 500 lbs. fia.00.
J Iowa's Premium White Oats, 100 lbs. S3 70. or 500 lbs. $12.00.
I Yellow Dent Seed Corn, $1 50 per tin. or 0 bu. for $7 50.
Choice White Corn, $1,50 per bu. or fl bu. for $7 50.
, Sack! frit, ttoth utti order. Write for prlctt
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