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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1903)
MBS. CECELIA STOWE,
Orator, Enlro Nous Club.
170 Warren Avcnuo,
Ciucacio, Ii.f.., Oct. 22, 1002.
For nc.irlv four vcara 1 suffered
from ovarian troubles. Tlio doc
tor insisted on nn operation nn the.
only way to fret well. I, howevrr,
tdrongly objected to nn operation.
My husband felt diuheartencd s
well tu I, for homo with n," nick
woman ia n dfaconsolato placo at
heat. A friendly dru'int advised
liim to Ret a botllo of Wino of
Cardui for mo to try, and ho did so.
i in'nnio improve in (uuwuuyhhiui
my recovery wni very rapid. With
in oinhteen weeks I was another
Mrfl. Stowo's letter shows overv
woman how n homo is naildcncdhv
female wenknes and how completely
Wino of Cardui cures that sick
ness nnd brines health nnd happi
ness nimin. Do not no on Buffer
ing, uo to your aniRgist toiay
ana Bccuro a 81.00 bottlo of Wine
II Y OHO It CHANKV.
Who is Hhc,und w hen and where did
hho llrbt appear on tlio earth, and
what is her unturnl duration of lifor
Tho answer to tlio first question ifl,
"8ho is man's holpmuto,"1 and, as sho
appeared on tho earth about the samo
time a3 man did, and her duration of
life 1h about as long, when we have
answered these questions uh to man
, wo have answered them as to her n
well, for she Is a part of man, and
"though she bends him, she obi ys him;
Cough the leads him, yet she follows,
useless each without the other," so
that w het ever you And man you find
woman also, for, being a part of him,
be stays by him.
As you remember the rtory, she was
made out of that part of man nearest
his heart, so that no wonder he loves
i er bo i bat he allows her to bend nnd
lead him, and, not satisfied with ihat,
tho sometimes tries to control him,
and even drive him, but ho puts up
with it all, when ho remombcrt Unit,
while she was made out of ihat part
nearest his heart, sho was nlso made
out of tho very crookedest pnrtof him,
and v hilo sho both bonds and leads
him, sho a'so follows him through all
tho crooked paths of life.
An emitunt lecturer onco said:
"Women Is a conundrum i ut if wo
can not guess her, wo'll never give
her up." Give her up? Well, I guess
not, for whoro would mnn bo without
her? Sho is "tin starlight, tho moon
light and tho suul'triii" of niun, i nil
but for her, nil tho Unlit in mnn would
go out, and man would bo In utter
I onco heard a preacher say in a ser
monin Missouri, of course that
Oi d worked six days, nrd made all
things, and then rested, but woman
was tho last thiugho made, and neither
God nor mnn has rested slnco "
I wan seated besldo my w fo at tho
time, and looked at her n d sm led, i
"When wo got homo sho said: "That
preacher don't know what ho istalkini!
about, or certainly ('on'i appreciate
woman very much." I said: "Well, I
guess his mother was woman, nnd ho
loved her, whether ho does his wlfo or
Such expressions as this a out wom
an, and tho way sho has been t r ntcd
by such preacher'', nnd somo very pe
culiar legislation, aro probab'y hat
brought forth tho "how woman.''
Awny back in tho timo of King
Chnr'es I, parliament passed nn -et, of
whloh tho following is u trim copy:
"I hat a'l women, of whatever ago,
rank, profession or ilegrm, whatever,
whether virgins, mnid or widows, that
r-hu'l, fro'm and after tho passago of
thl act, impoo upon and bet my into
matrimony any of his majesty's nml"
subjects ty scents, pamts, cosmo ics, '
wmiIicr, Hrtiflclal tooth, false hair,
Spitilsh wool, iron stays, hoops, high
heeled shoes , or bolstered hips, shall
incur the penalty ot tho law now in
Mtico against witchcraft, sorcory, and
lil.u inisdcmeauorH, nnd tho tnnrrlago,
upon conviction, shall stand null and
void " 'J his snmo act was onco intro
duced into tho legislature of Wiscon
sin, but failed to pass I prosumo, If
otic Missouri prcachor had boon u
nie nibor of thnt legislature, it would ,
have received hi voto ut least. God
pity all such preachers. I think their
lulling is from tho devil, nnd not from
Hut w hat n charm, what n blessing
is woman! Inovirywnlk of llfo hor
modesty and reserve innkn hor tho .
more ntti active iiuil lovcablo. Man I
could not livo wtthout her. Sho Is
the oiio object of his soul mid admira
tion. Huv ). L. Moody onco said of
"I think thnt tho Almighty intended I
tho work of woman in this wor'd
should be, above nil, tho rearing of u
family. Ho gnvo into her keeping tho
souls and ohimictors of tho young, to
nuiko or mar. And finely there is no
nonler or morn rosptm-lblo work ihau
this. From tho homo tho domain of
woman spring most of tho highest
impiilscsXpf humanity. And to lit
woman for her great work tho Creator
ma o her ol a liner cast than man;
thuro is nothing on earth so noble, so
pure, so o.uliod,so near tho ideal of
character, us a good woman. Womnu
can rlso higher than man; but sho can
likewise sink lowor. Tho very height
which sho can attain seems to mako
her fall the greater when sho docs j
fall. Thoro Is great strength
weakness in woman's character aud it
is a vital duty of men, whoso greater
evenness of tompornmout gives them
greater self-control, and consequently
a commanding position, to do every
thing iu their powor to enable the
woman t be true to hrr higher na
ture. "I boliovo that, all things elso beiug
equal, tho happiest woman is the wom
an who is the mother and the maker
of a home; but if she cannot fulfill
her true destiny, if she must enter the
business world, she should bo given
the greatest consideration, simply be
cause she is a woman. I have heard
women say that they ask nothing on
the ground of sex. Perhaps they don't;
but personally, I cannot forget the
sex. Even in a purely business mat
ter my.; attitude and manner toward
them, are not just as they would ba
Not to change the subject, but, be
ing a lawyer myself, I will mako some
Soft and crooked bones mean
bad feeding. Call the disease
rickets if you want to. The
growing child must eat the
right food for growth. Bones
must have bone food, blood
must have blood food and so
on through the list.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
treatment for soft bones in
children. Littlcdoses every day
give the stiffness and shape
that healthy bones should have.
Bow legs become straightcr,
loose joints grow stronger and
firmness comes to the soft
Wrong food caused the
trouble. Right food will cure it.
In thousands of cases Scott's
Emulsion has proven to be the
right food for soft bones in
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, ChornlatB,
'09-415 Ponrl Stroot. Now York.
5qc. and $ i.ooj all druggUtl.
lego of acting liko mon they will
probably bo treated liko men."
(Jid wive tho day I
It is said that Patrick II. McC'arreii
Booms to hiivo a" special disliko for a
certain typo of Inquisitive woman re
former. A woniati of this cast worried
and , him
considerably at ono time about
his voto upon a bill concerning her
sex Sho haunted his favorite places,
and ono day advanc d to his desk and
began to examine objocts upon it
"What's th's?" hho inquired, picking
up a wolghty brown thing which
slipped out of hor hand and dropped
like a heavy stono to the floor. "That?"
replied tho senator; "oh, that's a tea
biscuit baked by some w.-man re
former who is eager to get a bill
thiough on some kind of scientific
cooking. It's the finest paper weight
I ever had." The woman departed
silontly and troubled him no more.
There also seems to be a facu ty in
woman to fee and talk about all the
faults in her sister. '1 his is wrong.
On one occasion when the great New
York lawyer. W M. Kvarts, was busl y
engaged at his d sk, a woman said to
him: "Mr Evarts, don't jou think
woman is the best judge of woman?"
j The judge was sih-nt for a moment,
"Yes, and the host exe-
Now is the Time
TO BUY YOUR
J !k9Mhjt 'Jfc.
GET THEM OF
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LACES
and then said
quotations from articles written about ' cutloner, too."
hor, as sho appears in our courts of I I only four that there is moro truth
justice "Let a comely, well dressod thon poetry in this saying; but if
woman enter tho court room, and at
tho first ru-tlo of her silken gown
every man presout seems to loso his
head. Talk about tho equality of tho
sexes! A man stands no moro show of
winning a lawsuit against a good-look
ing woniati thau ho dot s of boing saved
without repentance, or being dotted
to congress without money. Portl-i
would have been even moio potent In
A lawyer who would undertake to
cross-examine a woman sharply would
bo considered a brute. Even to ask
her ago is a hazardous experiment.
When sho tos'ifli s to hearsay, or what
she said herself, or what sho thought
or thinks, or anything elso improper,
tho judgo merely uiys down his pen
and smiles, and tho jm y believes every
word of it And whether party or wit
ness, lot her tako out a black-b.irdered
white handkerchief and put it to her
eyes, r uoso It makes no diirerenco
which and tho jury will treat her an
tagonist with about as much consider
ation as tho early Christian martyrs
received from the wild boasts at
Ephesus A man may bo put oir with
sixponce; a woman's verdict nlways
cat lies costs.
"Even tho gallows has no torrors for
her; i s uooso relaxes and rofusos to
clasp hor fair neck; it is only when it
mbracos Admn's applo that It pre
serves Its hold. And yet tho women
are trying to break this spoil by be
coming lawyers and jurymen It would
not surprise mo if they should succeed
in getting hanged, if they accomplish
their purpose Tho charm of their un
uci tistomed and artless prosenco will
bo gone, and if they demand tho privl
woman is a conundrum, and wo can't
guess her, we'll u- vor give her up. Wo
can not if wo would, and wo would not
if wo could
Woman occupies tio loftiest place
in the breast of every lofty, high
nilndtd man, and (hero sho will re
There- sho blesses all. Sho is the
ornamout of tho home, and a blessing
to all its inmates Eyen the lawyer iu
his revorio sings:
Fee simple, or a simpl" fee,
And all tho fees entail,
Are nothing when compared to thee,
Thou best of fees, female
I in mvmmr btyim. I
The Bon Ton is prepared
to so.'vo O sters in every
style on short notice. All
for cold weather served at
tho soda fountain. Catering
for parties uud dances
The Bon Ton
W. S. BBNSE. Proprietor.
The other day st man
brought in for retsair a
Gordon & Ferguson Raccoon
loat mat tie Had bought
ZO yeans aero
wear a long time.
Buy of your dealer! If he cannot supply you we will
tell you who can. Gordon A Fergu.ont.Paul.Minn.
Tl ( Z7 '
Real Estate Transfers.
Tianslors for week I'tidlug Wedno
dny, October 21, furnished by J. II
Biili-y of Webster County Abstract
John Dunbar to Gfn K Proud Hi
It lOb'k 8 Vauces add to G K
K S Kit?, and wife to C J Pliitt i2
Naticey M. Dickorson and lin-li
to W. M. Mnckiy wn.-t70f 1-its
17 to 21 blkS4HC wit
(Ji-orjo Atighinbnitgh to Cnns E
Viiughn lot 13 blk 2 TVilb its
ndd toG H wit
HansC Hansen el al to Po er L
Htus-M w2 ml 0 2 11 ped
Clnn Hi so anil wile to Lieu R
Hud. on M-4 20-3 0 wd
Frank M Studelmk. r to Nell
K-i'oy McCliini nl-4 C-l 11 wd
Win Stohley to Mnrtha E Monro
lots 22 nnd 23 Ink 17 Bladen wd
Jacob S Monro to Win Stohley
lots 22 and 23 blk 17 Bladeu wd
Mary A E Owen to Casper Wrg
man lots I) and 10 blk 3 Bnhri n
add to Blue iliil wd wd
Hlso llo.su nn.t wife to Win Ando'-
son nw 4 10 3 10 wd 3200
E V Simpson and wife to C E
Guild s2sw4949 wd
Win WVgmnn hiuI wlfo to ENo
U-me nw 4 10-3-10 wd
Maud Myers and hush to E S
Kitzs3se4 10 and nr4 n-4 17
and W3 nw4 22-1-10 wd
Wu promptly obuln U. 8. ami Foreign I
H.nd nwlAl. akptoh nr ntinfn nf Inv. l.tliui ir.r f
free report on pMcnUbUUy. For tree Uxik i
Howto8ocureTninr uinio wiitc-r
Patent and I nHUCRIHrllNO
upposite u. 5. Patent uttics
WASHINGTON D. C.
Dont Be Fooledi
Genuine ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
Is put up In white package, manufactured
exclusively by the Madison Mtdlcin
Co., Madison, Wis. Sells at 35 cents a
package. All other are rank Imitations
and substitutes, don't risk your health bv
taking them. THHOENUINtJ makes sick
Ceople Well, Keeps you Well. All Honest
icalera sell the Qenulne.
HOLIISTER DKUO CO, Madison, WK
You are "Next" at
Basement Potter-Wright Building.;
i Seissors Ground,
ALL KINDS OF EDGEj
lUULb brlAKr'liNfc.D !
MM 1 '
Notice to Non Resident.
IN TUB l)l-.TItICT COUUT OF WEHSTKlt
lames W. Ltndley, Plaintiff,
Nclllo A, I.lndley, Defendant
TnNellle A. I.lndley defendant:
t-Tonaroherehy untitled iliat on the intli ilv
of Awom tH0,1. Jmrie W. I.lndley. plaintiff
herein, tiled hla petition In the dltttrlct court of
Webster county. Mtrakn. nunlnH you, the on
Jfet and prayer of which are to prortiro nn
rtuomif uiTurcu iruui u ,iiu wv kiv"-'"- "
HliaiidoiimiMit for more IhBti two )enr Ian past
before the tllln g of raid petition.
Yon arc tfipilred to answer Bald petition on
or beforu the 30th dny of Novo 1 ber 1 3.
Jamkk W. I.inih-et. I'lalntlff.
Ilv.IniiN M.CiurriN. IiIb nttoriicy.
Dated October 10 1003
Ok, CHICHESTER'S ENQLISH
I .jT.- Orlliil ana Unlr titanlie.
W-fytSKVE. lj relMUt ldluklra(drt
WM Mm rl Wru wv m vjinawaaa mi h4 ar ww
nr jiiUJii-i&r.iv'n j-lIuluu
In JIKD ll Void nitltlllo boi. m1H
wlibblu. ribbon. Takeaootker. ItcfUM
Daaaeroa HabstltaUoaB aad ImIUi.
Uom. BJ or joar Urucgttt. or M04 4. la
Urnpo for Particular. Trltiiill
nd "nellef far Ladle,' In liter, b; re.
Im H.IL 1 0.nufl T..llmonlftli. Bold bl
444 MadlMa ttaaarc 1'UILA 1'A.
J All kinds of bnrber work executed
promptly nnd satisfaction
MortgnRea rclonafd 93550.00
The fui mors of Wobbler county
INFI.AMMATOHY ItHEUMATISM CL'HKI) IN
Morton I.. Hill, of Lebanon. lml says; "My
wife hnfl Inllamraatorv Itheunmilsm in every
miucle and Joint; her rulTerlnR was terrible
aud her brdy nnd face were swollen almost be
yond recoKnlilon: had been In bed alz weeks
and had elKbt jdiyi-lclaiis, but r.cciveit no
benefit until the tried the Myallc Cure for
lUieumatlam. It save Immediate relief and
the was able to walk about iu three days, 1 am
sure it mvi-it her life." Hold by II, E. (trice
Druggist, Ited Cloud,
is n pleasant rocrentiou,
is invigorating uud is n
healthful pastime, and
for n pleasant hour's
amusement nothing is
more interesting than n
game or two at the : : :
Apex Boialinq Alleys
w. l. McMillan,
Cboico Tobaccos and Cigars
Always on Hand
HiffiKMl T ME TABLE.
'129 Red Cloud, Neb.
ST. LOUIS and
all points east and
SAL'I LAKE CI
and all point
Wo are hoalquirtcrs
ing of nil kinds.
for job print-
IMIKUMATISM ( URED IN A DAY.
Myitlc Cure for Illicmnailun mid Neuralgia
radically cures in 1 id .1 1bjb It action upon
the cyatem la remarkable and m)Merlous It
removei at onco Ihe cause and ihe dliearolm
mediately dlaappcnr. The brn dote greatly
henefli". "ft cent and ti Ot1. bold by II, I..
Once, Drugglat. Ited Cloud.
Wanted Young men to prepare for govern,
nieut position. Pino openings Iu all depart
ments, (iood salaries. Kapld promotloua.
Bzamlnatlons so-11. I'anlculara free.
Inter State Cor. Inst., Cedar Kaplds, la.
TUAINS LBAVB AS rOM.OWa!
No. 13. Passenger dally for Oberlln
and St. Francis branches. Ox
ford. McCook. Denvernnd all
points weBt..... ..... 6:10 a.m.
No, 14. Passenger dnlly for St. Joe,
Kansas City, AtclilBon. St.
Louis, Lincoln via Wymore
aud all points eiiht nnd south 210 a to
No 15. Passenger, dally, Denver, all
wuiius in vuiuratio, uiao nnil
10. Passenger. dnlly for St. Joe.
Kruisas City. Atchison, 3t.
Loula and all polutb cast aud
south . .9:r0a.m.
No, I7t. Accommodation, dally except
Suudny. llaBtliics. Orand Is
land. Illark Hills nnd all
points iu the unrthwest 2:00 p.m.
1T3. Dally except Sunday. Ox.
torn nnu intermedia e point ..1 :00 p.ra
Sloeplng, dining, and reclining chair nara,
1 seats freu) on through trains. Tickets sold and
baggago checked to any point in the United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tRblca. maps or tickets
call on or address A. Conover, Agent. Bed
Cloud, Nebr. or J. Francis. Guneral Pasaencer
Agent Omaha. Nebraska
n, HAIR BALSAM
ClMiurt and bramlflca the hair,
rromoita a laaurUul frowth.
Nbtbt Fajla to nestor Qraj
Jlalr to ita Youthful ColorT
Cu".'lP llMa (1 hair liiiki.
to.DdjU)M Dniprlm '
r quiisicil to meet at Cowlei SHturdav , I
Dm. 31, ut 2 p. m, fur tho purpose of,
makiiiK HiTriunments for tho coming!
r .iriiiurs' Institute,
U. H. TiiritP'ON, President,
O. K. riiTMAN, Seeretarv. II
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Tain Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets, j? rvl,
Seva MHon koiet oH ia past 13 month. Thii UgHatUTe, ' SJ&yT
hi Two Days.
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