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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1904)
THE tHDOWMENTS OF YOUTH
Allan DoiikIum mill Austin Hrovvncll
wore dovolod rolUw ehntni. Tin1 In
timacy vviih liH'Npllcalili' to othcre.
"Wllllt DoIIkIiIH. With IllM Hploillllll tll.VH-
leal and Ititolk'rltiiil rmlovvmciilK, tutild
Dud to l)lntl lit m to ltrovviiell, a ictltuut,
cynical man, without an rloinoiit of
popularity In him, no one lotild 1Ih
cover. UoiiuImh was the jti't of the pot
tlcoutH anil Invited rveryvvlivtu.
lirowuell vviih coiHiIorod very dull by
the fair Ki-.x and whlom Invltcil any
where. If lie had been Invited he
would not ha vi- am-pled. However,
there vviih one suipilsc conirriiliiK
ltrovviiell, TIkuikIi ho Mlood qtilto low
in his 1'Iii.mh, when he was uniduntod
one of IiIm chissiiiati'M. who wuh an
"honor" mail, wild thai he wInIm-iI he
bnl Ittovvitell's mind.
The fi lends Htudlrd law- and prac
ticed In partnership. They were still
youiiK when the moie showy endow
iiientH constitute prominence, and ev
ery one, tit least In society, wondcicd
how Douglas could have taken up with
mich an ordinary partner Douglas
miib courted by the social world, every
one strivlnc to secure lilin for en
tertalumeiits. He tried to dniK Htovv
nell out with him, but tailed both on
account of the disinclination of socie
ty for Ilrovvnull and Itiowuell's dis
inclination for society.
DoiikUih nmirled a belle. She was u
member of the smart set and a very
riuurl member. Theie was nothing she
'would have cousldeietl innio out of
place than attention In public ftoui her
husband, and there was nothing she
consldeied more In place than to have
Home prominent society man iIiiiicIiik
nttendauce upon her. Finally a cotillon
leader, Krnest Itnekle. became so de
voted to her that the Intimacy became
the town talk. As usual in such eases,
110 one talked of It to the husband,
One night lirowuell went into a fash
ionable hotel restaurant where the
mart set were used to taking supper
nfter the opera. He had never been
thero before and went for a purpose.
J'resently a Kay party sailed In like a
fleet of yachts under a spaukim; bieee,
nmoiiK them ltaekle ami .Mrs. Douglas.
They passed directly by the table at
which Itrovvncll sat, and as ltaekle
passed llrownrll put out his foot, atal
ltaekle tripped. He didn't fall, but
came very near It. Turnlnc he Kin red
nt the man who had tripped him. then
vent on. lltowueli tojed with a wine
Rlas.s and waited, (tackle as soon as
veated gave him a threateniiiK and con
temptuous Klauee. lirowuell took a tilt
of paper from Ids pocket, wiote some
thing on It, folded It and gave It to a
waiter to take to ltaekle. ltaekle
opened It, glanced at It atal put It In
hln vest piaket without any of the par
ty having noticed au.vthlUK unusual.
At 1 o'clock the two men met In the
"Well, sir," said ltaekle, "what do
you want V"
"To fight you."
"For tripping me up?"
"No; ostensibly for scowling at me;
renlly for a matter which It concerns
you nnd n certain lady to keep dark "
"Who are you" asked ltaekle, nerv
udly pulling his mustache.
"Allan Douglas' law partner."
"Indeed. I urn surprised that you
wish to bring trouble on him."
"I don't. I wish to save him from
"ny a public altercation?"
"No; by a private tight to the death."
There was something so calm In
Brownell's tone and eye. yet so deter-inlm-d,
that ltaekle paled.
"When and where"
"Now, In an upper room of this ho
tel." ltaekle stood looking In different di
rections like a cornered rat seeking an
"What will obviate the necessity for
"Your pledge never to communicate
with Mrs. Douglas again."
Hackle thought It over, still pulling
his mustache, riuall.v he Mild:
"To avoid bringing a
Into unpleasant notoriety
to submit. 1 promise."
A paper was drawn
I shall have
which Itrownell put In his pockeibook,
find the two sepimitcd.
In less than a week Douglas came to
his friend and nnuouticed that he must
dissolve the partnership. Mrs. Doug
Iuh had tnken an Inconceivable dislike
to Hrownell and had made the dissolu
tion a sine ipitt nou lliowncll pressed
his friend's hand fervently and assent
wl. Two years passed. Douglas' endow
meats hail not gained him any promi
nence except In society, and, though be
did not know the cause, wife's Inti
macy with ltaekle had detraMed I mm
'even this. Certain prominent Judges
en Id that lirowuell possessed (lie lluest
legal mind at the bar. and if he had
iimbltlou he might be Hie foremost
lawyer In the city, lids got spieail
abroad, and theie was a good ileal of
curiosity witli refcrcmo to Itrownell.
One daj Douglas told his old friend
that Mrs. Douglas had iciovered from
her prejudice and wished him to come
to dinner. Itrownell accepted. Then
!iiriH CutH, ISiu-iiK, UruiHCH.
cures Snnilns uml Straiun.
-- X N
in a positKo euro lor l'llt-a.
Jften The Kidneys Are
Weakened by Over-Work.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
It used to be considered that only
urinary and bladder troubles were to be
tracen to tnc Kiuneys,
but now modem
science proves that
nearly all diseases
have "their beginning
in the disorder of
these most important
The kidnevs filler
and pu.tfy the blood
that is their work.
Therefore, when jour kiilueysare weak
or out of order, von can understand how
rmickly votir entire hotly is affected and
how every organ seems to fail to do its
II) ou are sick or " feel badly," begin
taking the great kidney remedy, Dr.
Kilmer's Sw.imp-Uool. because as soon
is vour kidnejsare well they will help
ill'the other organs to health. A trial
will convince anyone.
If ) on are sick )ou can make no mis
take by first doctoring votir kidnevs
The mild and the etraordinary effect of
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
kidney remedy, is soon realized. It
stands the highest for its wonderful cures
if the most distressing cases, and is sold
.... :. -.,.. l. ,.11 - lw
nil in IIH.IH-. i, ....
uninnisisin iiii-ttni flllj)'
ana otie-iiouar sicu?
bottles. You may
haven sample bottle it.miritjfswriimp-ndot.
by mail free, also a pamphlet tilling von
how to find out if von have kidnev or
bladder ttottblc. "Mention this paper
when writing to Dr Kilmer & Co , Iling
hatutou, N. Y. Don't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Hoot,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
Iress, llinghanitou.N. Y.,onevery bottle.
Mrs. Douglas went and sat by her
guest and whlspcicd In his ear:
"You wete Just In time to save me.
I was a fool. From this time I as well
as Allan will be devoted to ou"
Another ten years have passed The
attentions of Hackle to Mrs. Douglas
nre forgotten In society, and Mrs.
Douglas Is a model wife and mother.
Among his friends Douglas Is regarded
as prosy, hut on Saturday nights he
gets a select few old fellows of vigor
ous minds at bis bouse, the teiitrnl fig
ure of whom is .linlge Itiownell, and
In this way the host retains his repu
tation for an intellectual man.
F. A. MITC'lIEL.
A JAPANESE BABY.
If rinec In Srti(iril lo tin- Uncle of
till Olili-i- llnli.
The babies of all c.Mcpl the richest
Japanese ate carried about ou the back
of an elder sister or brother Iroui the
time they are a few mouths old. The
poorer the parents the .sooner the baby
Is fastened ou to the back of some
elder member of the family, and It is
not uncommon In the pooler quarters
of a .lapaucM' city to see a group of
chlldieu six or tight years old playing
in the streets, each of whom bears a
tiny baby sister or brother fastened
with a few straps to its back.
These straps aie Just Hiilticlent to
prevent the baby from falling to the
ground, leaving the comfort of its pos
ture entlrelv to Us own exertions. Ah
a result the Japanese batty early gains
a sin prising control of Its muscles, and
It Is almost Impossible to drop even a
tiny child from your arms, so firmly
does It cling on with both arms and
The dtesslng of a Japanese baby Is
a simple matter. It wears nothing but
miniature kimonos, the number vary
ing with the condition of the weather.
These garments are titled one Insldo
the other before they are put on. Then
Ihey are laid down on the Moor, and
Eight cents a pound is
what a young woman paid for
twehe pounds of flesh.
She was thin and weak and
paid one dollar for a bottle of
Scott's Emulsion, and by tak
ing regular doses had gained
twelve pounds in weight before
the bottle was finished.
Eight cents a pound is
cheap for such valuable ma
terial. Some pay more, some
less, some get nothing for
their money. You get your
money's worth when you buy
We will send you a little
SCOTT & HOWNE, Chemists,
.joy Pearl Street, Now York.
50c. ami $1.00 -, all druggists.
in uhu for over nlxty yours.
curen Spavin untl KiuK1toiu.
riirt-rt all formw of Ivhotuaittihiu.
, , I if ' Ml ll!sF-..
fiaby Is laid into them. They arc long
enough to cover the baby'H feet, nnd
the sleeves are also long enough to
cover the hands. Practically there It
only one garment, and the process of
dtesslng a Japanese- baby takes but
two or Ihree minutes of Its mother's
time. Chicago Tribune.
AN INTERRUPTED SERMON.
I'rrni'Ulim- t utter IHIHe ulllfN In nil
In "A Preachi-i's Story of his Work,"
Dr. Italnsford tells of some strange In- i
terruptlons lie emouutered whim
preaching one of bis earliest sermons
in the Kngllsli cathedtal town of Nor
wich. Dr. Italnsford was In the middle of
his sermon when he chanced to look
down from the high pulpit to where
the members of the choir wre seated
In a large bollke pew, scieened from
the congregation b.v a curtain. Much
to the pieacher's surprise, one of thu
men In the choir put his arm around u
girl, dtew her head down on his shoul
der and then looked up at Dr. Italtis
foul and winked,
The preacher stopped bis sermon,
walked down out of the pulpit and
told the rector the members of the
choir were acting outrageously. The
lector walked up to the pew. dievv
down the curtain with a Jeik and ex
posed the spooning couple to the view
ol the coiigiegatlon.
Then Dr Italnsford resumed hN ser
mon. A minute later be chanced to
look down the main aisle, and there,
walking In solemn procession, were a
hen and a doen chicks. To crown It
all, when the seton tried to drive
them out he was so drunk he fell light
ou top of the lien. And then from his
place the old lector cried out:
"Let her alone, .John; she is doing no
A Stutter of lluxliifd.
Pigment I saw you at the art exhi
bition last evening. 1 suppose you are
very fond of paintings fiamboge '
Oh. dear, no; I hate them. I'm an art
critic, you Uuovv. Hoston Transcript.
I'nlille .Spirited. I
I.tttlc Jmes (who bus an Inquiring
mind) Father, what do they mean '
when they call a man public spirited?
Professor I ', road ley - Why, It usually I
means that he Is very liberal In en
deavoring to peisuade other people to
spend their money bountifully for the,
Women An- Muirii lijeil C.iiest. J
Will any truthful woman pietend
that she ever stayed In the house of n
friend for a couple of days without
being keenly (onsclotis of gross nils-'
management on the part of her
hostess Liverpool Post.
Rot-rowing Is not much better thta
Ely's Cream Balm
This Remedy is a Specific,
1 Sure to Give Satisfaction.
QIVE8 RELIEF AT ONCE
It clonuses, soothes, heals, and motet ts tho
discasid membrane. It eaies Catarili and
drives away a Cold in the Head ipiieklv.
ltestores the Senses of Taste and Smell.
Kasy to uso. Contains no injurious dings.
Applied into thu nostrils and absorbed.
Largo Size, fit) cents at Druggists or by
m.iilj Trial Sie, 10 uouts by uiuil.
ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren St.. New York.
lSl'l,.MVl.vnlt ItllKL'MATtsM CI Iti:i IN
3 I) VY-?
Morion 1.. Illll of I clmiiou liwt n,s "M
ulfe liml InllttmtiiHtnrv llliemuutlMu la every
iniiMlf mill joint, tier sutrerliitc terrible
nail lier ludj ami (Hie worn Mvollt-a iilmust In-.
)uml ri'ioKiiltlua; liml liti-a In tied ! week
ntiil liml elulit hllrti, lull ricelved no
betii'tlt until klie tried the MMlc Cure fin
KlieiiniHtlsm. It Kiive imiueillRle relief Hint
she whs Hlilc to umIW Hlioat In Hi roe 1hn I am
Mire It Meil her life" sold hy It. K lirlce,
Druuvlsi Hi-.l ( linn)
P-tfVTk. . -,r'H' "' "lf Wemilnr.
8AKK. Al..T.r.ll.M. I.adlr-. kllrufclil
ror v;iiii;iir.sri:H- r.Mii.isu
In llt'.ll tut liulil nirlillU tif. ..'l
Uli tint ill Ikd 'lulu nouthrr. UrTiKn
lrcraua Nub.lllutlon unil Imlio.
Iloa. Hu; of your Prujxl.t nr trud 4r. ift
iii '"' I'arlli'uUn. T,lluonll
M Itrllf r tor l.ailli ." I'lltr , b; r.
lira 11.11. Ifl.ntllt r..lluifiBi.l. Haltb.
kUDruMlit.. lhlih.ltr hrml.'klCo.
will HikIImd Miilurv. IMIILA.. I'A
rirnr.i uml I ii'M, no tli hlr.
I n mot., a hivurliiit Fruwlh
Jfovrr ViU to nmtoro Ory
iiuir tu iim omiiiui color.
Cun hi p fiirn ft iulr Ullluj.
&'.niltln nt Dnifjli'i
for Mini, Ueust or Poultry.
liuiilw tld t-on-M tptk-Uly.
e-.nvti Cakevl ViKltr i.i eov.o.
Mt don't think wa oonld keep
hotiflo without Thedford'i BlMk
Draught. Wo lmvo lined It In the
family for ofcr two years with thn
beat of results. I linvo not had a.
doctor in tho houno for that length
of time. It is a doctor In Itself and
1 ways roady to mako a person well
And happy ."-JAMES 1IALL, Jack
Because, this great medicine,
relieves stom.-uh paini, frees tho
constipated bovveli and invigor
ates the torpid liver and weak
is nrces".iry in tlio homo where
Thrdford's Mack-Draught la
kept. Families living m tho
country, miles from any iihyoi
cian, have been kept in health
for -earo with this medicinoas
their only doctor. Thedford'8
Mack-Draught curc9 bilious
nei.s, dysiM'pain, colds, chills and
fever, bad blood, headaches,
uiarrlioja, constipation, colio
and almost every other ailment
because tho stomach, bowela
liver and kidneys bo nearly con
trol tho health.
Xevv, delicious summer
ill ink We have 117 c if
le.-ont llnvors in
lot! meals served; lunch
at all hours
The Bon Ton
W. S. BENSE. Proprietor.
bTsf " J' 1
at Reasonable Price.
MRS. J. A. TULLEYS
NISS NELLE EMERTON
Parlors at home of Mrs Ttilleys.
f ,- A
tuiNi Db ruuLtui
Uenulnc KOCKY MOUNTAIN TEA
la put up In :,itc packages, manufactured
exclusively by the Madison Mtdtcint
Co., Madison. Wis. Sells at 35 cents a
package. All other are rank Imitations
and substitutes, don't risk your health by
taking them. THUQBNUINR makes sick
people Well, Keep you Well. All Honest
Dealers sell the Ut-nulne,
I MOLLIS 1 1; V! IIKUU CU, MSUHon, WIS.
The FREE Homestead
Millions of ncrcs of magnificent
Grain and (iriizlnu Lands to be
had as .1 free uift. or by pur
chase from Railway Compan
ies, Land Corporations, etc.
The Great Attractions
Good crops. dellBhtfut ell
route. iilrmltil chool sj stem,
IK-rrYrt iocIiiI condition,
rxcrptlnnitl nillway udvnn
tuarit. HndMnilth nnd ulUii-eni-e
The population of Western
Cunndii Incrt-ascdlL'H.OOOby Im
migration ilurlnu the p.ist car,
over 50.W0 bcltiL' Americans,
Wrltu to tho neatest author
Ui'd Canadian liovcrnment
AC'-nt (nr Cun.1dl.111 Atla? and
other Intiiriimtlim: or uddrcss
W. V. BENNETT,
York Life mug., Omaha. Neb.
Itot for llorwo ailuicuts.
i,t-st for Cuttle niliurutH.
Hent for Sheen niliueats.
We have this week received an elegant
line ofthe very latest patterns in Iimbroid
ered Collars, which will be sold at honest
prices. To make room for our new spring
stock of Laces and Embroideries we quote
the following prices on embroidery and lace
Remnants and Odd Pieces:
2c Laces iind Kmliroideries at tc
Sc Laees nnd Ktnljiolileries nt 3tc
tOc Luces and Embroideries at Sc
25c Luces ami Embroideries at 13c
GOc Laces anil Kinbtolderies tit 25c
$1.00 Laces mid L'tnbioideries at . ., 5Qc
Fancy - Combs - and Hairpins
of the latest styles, and at lowest prices.
F. NEW HOUSE.
is 11 pleasant recreation,
is invinoratiiiK tuul Is 11
healthful pastime, and
for 11 pleasant hour's
itmusetiioiit nothing is
more interesting than 11
Kamo or two nt the : : :
W. L. MoM ILL A X,
Choico TobaccoB and Cigars
Always on Hand.
H. B. ASHER,
Or the Kansas City Veter
inary College. Ollice at K,
.Johnston's, tho Hrick Utiin.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
UED CLOUD, - . NED.
At Ulne Hill Hist Tuesday in each
MIEUMATISM CUItKI) IN A DAY.
Mjhtlc Cure for Itlieiimailmi unci NearalicM
radically cures In 1 tu .'! days, lit anion upon
the b) mem Ik remarknlile atul uinttrlous It
removes at once tlie cnin-e and the diovaKe I in
mediately dlMppcare. Thu timt dose Kreatl)
uenctlls "A retita and 11.00. old by II. K.
Grice, DriiKKlnt. lied Cloud.
City Dray and
V. V,r. 8TUJKAKKIt, IMU)1.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
Jewelers fi Opticians
lhuborw up StitTJolutH.
iieiictrutc-rt lo the very bono.
nlwuyH jrivea sntlsfaetioa.
H'.fflmTJffll TlM TABLE.
ln Red CM Neb.
SI. LUUIS and
all points east and
SAlI LAKE C'T
and all pointt.
T1A1NR LEA VI A rOM.OWg;
No, 13. IWetiRpr dally for Oberlla
and St. Kranrlsbrauchea.Ox
ford. McCook, Ucavcraud all
polatH went e .r, a.m.
No, 14. I'ahkciiRcr dally for St. Joe,
Kiiiisb city, Atchlnon. St.
I.oiiIh, I.tiicdla vln Wymote
and uioiulHcaht nnilcoutli 2-lOa.m
No 15. I'asHetiKcr. dally. Denver, all
points In Colorado, Utah and
No. 16. I'RMciiKcr. tidily for St. Joe,
Kanraa City. Atchison, St.
Iioala and all polnta east and
south 10 X, a.m.
No. 1T4. Arrommodatlon. MoudHV,
Wednesday nnd t'rldny.llaM
Inita, (Irand Maud, Illaclc
HIllH and all point lu the
northwest .;n p m. .
Sleeping, iIIiiIiik. and rccllnlnn chair rara.4
(aeata free) on tliroiiRh trains. Ticket sold and
hagRaKe checked to any point In tho United
States or Canada.
For Information, time tables, maps or tlcketi
call on or address a. Conover, Agent, Red
Cloud, Nebr. or .1. Francis. ()neral Passenger
Agent Omaba. Nebraska
ISAAC 15. COLVIX,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Lock Uoi a. Guide Itock, Neb,
Ml kinds of property bought, sold and
cures FroHtbituH uud Chilblains
Uest thing tor u iuniu lior.se.
drives out all iniliimiuatlon.
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