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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1905)
Often The Kidneys Are
RURAL ROUTE STATISTICS
Through the courtesy of George Rovvson, carrier
of Route 4, we are able to present to our readers
the following very interesting and instructive fig
ures showing the business done by the rural mail
routes out of Red Cloud for the quarter ending
July i, 1905.
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Weakened by uyer-work.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
It used to be considered that only
urinary and bladder troubles were to be
traced to the kidneys,
but now modern
science proves that
nearly all diseases
have their bceinniug
in the disorder of
these most important
The kidneys filter
and purify the blood
tlmt in their work.
Tlinri.fori. wlimt vmi r kidticvsarc weak
or out of order, you can understand how
quickly your entire body is affected and
how every organ seems to fail to do its
If you are sick or " feel badly," begin
taking the great kidney remedy, Dr.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon
as your kidneys are well they will help
all the other organs to health. A trial
will convince anyone.
If you are sick you can make no mis
take by first doctoring your kidneys.
The mild and the extraordinary effect of
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great
kidney remedy, is soon realized. It
stands the highest for its wonderful cures
of the most distressing cases, ana issom
on its merits by all
druggists in fifty-cent
and one-dollar size
bottles. You may
have a sample bottle Homo o( Swamp-Root.
by mail free, also a pamphlet telling you
how to find out if you have kidney or
bladder trouble. Mention this paper
when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., IJing
hamton, N. Y. Don't make any mistake
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Uinghaniton,N.Y..ou every bottle.
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CHICAGO GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
SURE HER TOOTH WAS OUT.
Force of Imagination na Excmpllfled
In n DentiNt'a Chair.
Dentists have n Hpleudid opportunity
of BtudyhiR the power of Imagination.
A New York practitioner by way of Il
lustration told a reporter about one of
his women patients. She entered, ac
companied by her husband, and, point
ing to her swollen face, asked the
dentist to extract the offending tooth.
He placed her In the chair and, taking
the Hinull hand glass which dentists
use, put It Into her mouth for the pur
pose of examining the molar which
was to be extracted.
The glass had no sooner touched the
tooth than she uttered n frightful
scream and, bouncing out of the chair,
rushed out Into the wultlng room, cry
ing that her Jaw wuh broken. The
united efforta of her husband and the
dentist were for some time unable to
persuade her that the tooth was not
extracted and that she could not pos
elbly have been hurt. After exnmlnlng
her mouth with the aid of a glass she
llnully became convinced that the tooth
was Htlll In Its place. Taking her seat
In the chair again, she submitted to the
operation of extracting the tooth with
out a murmur and expressed her stir
prise that the pain was so slight.
"that picture Is an oiTgTnnl "Raphael.
Husband hnd heard so much about
counterfeit Raphaels that he not only
ordered this from an artist upon whom
he could depend, but he went ho far as
to go to the studio every day while It
was being painted, so you can take my
woru ror it mat tins is n real original
Rophael." Roston Transcript.
Features of the Day's Trading
C1iIpiik July 11. An ofllclnl force-ant of
rain for I onion ow In North mill South Da
kota Kitvc mi upward trend to wheat
value today. Improved demand for easli
wheat In HOUthventern markets helped
alotiK the advance. At the close the Sep
temher option was WtWuV. Corn showed .1
pain of c. Oats woie up 'iffi'&c. Clos
visions were practically uiiehuiicvd. Cloa
Wheat Septemher. Bfic.
Corn September, KiOfto.
I.nrtl September, $".-).
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. July ll.-Cattle-Hecelpts, 7,
000: steady: good to prime Meers, $ii..iO72
0(l.'i; poor to medium, l.7.V((r..V: stoehers
and feeders, f'J.MXfM.'J."); cows, $l!.7.Vii-t.8.i;
heifers, $'..2.Vri.rki; gunners. ?1.50'(fl'.(H):
hulls, $2.0(VH.OO: calves. $.3.0(V(jJ.7."i: Texns
fed steers, ?4.'J."Kfi.lO. Horu Itccelptff, 'Jl.
(XX); 10c lower: mixed and butchers, $.1.40
?fii."r; pood to choice heavy, $!i.r!Vii.'i.7:!!4:
roiiKh heavy, $5 00((if,:Ci; light, $5.:iTa,r.7ri;
IiuIk of sales, $U.iOCi.Ki. Sheep Itecolpts,
1S,(XXI; stroiiK', hunbs shade lilpher, good
to choice wethers, $n.a.7ifi.75; fair to
choice mixed. $t.W7ir(.jri; western sheep,
$4.7."&r.7ri; native Iambs, $5.0K8.'JS.
South Omaha Live Stock.
South Omaha, July 11. Cattle Keeelpts,
0,500; steady; native Mecrs, $.1.7r4if).G0;
cows and heifers, .'.10;iS-1.50; western
cteers, $.'t.2.Vffl.lO; canners, $1.7ri(T(2.()');
stoekers and feeders, ?H.tKXJJ4.40; calves,
$.'.Myfi.00; bulls, stags, etc., $3.!.'k34.4G.
Hors ltecelpts, lO.WKC stroiiRcr: heavy,
$r..'j-"y(r.;.-: mixed. $r.:w?ft.;5: light, J5.:c
(((5.40; pigs, $4.00iir..00; hulk of sales, $,'i.:!0
(i(5.:iri. Sheep Receipts, n,200; 10c higher;
westerns. $."i.7r(Rti.40; wethers. $ri.00(gS.79;
ewes, $4.00(55.00; lambs, SO.MXQiJO.
Mrs. Cnffrey And how Is that pret
ty young widow? Is she reconciled ti
her loss yet? Mrs. Malaprop No, slu
ain't exactly reconciled yet, but they
do say she's got the man picked out.
CAN YOU SOLVE THIS?
Brldllts I'owileri In Slum.
Bule of seidlltz powders Is prohibited
In Blum. Some fifty years ago Phrn
Mougkut, the then ruling emperor,
bought a box of scldlltz powders from
n trader missionary, ami, misinterpret
ing the Instructions on the lid, mixed
the six blue papered powders Into one
tumbler of water und the six white
papered ones Into another. Then he
proceeded to swallow the resultant de
coctions, one after the other. The re
milt to the monarch may be Imagined.
In consequence of this the further sale
of tho remedy lu question was prohibit
ed n prohibition which Htlll rcmulns In
I'roof of Originality.
-J'Yes," remarked 1-4. Unstnrtln,
A Problem Thnt Scpium Simple, but
Tlmt Will Invite DlNciiNiilon.
How much greater than three-fourths
At first sight It seems an easy ques
tion, but put It to your arithmetical
friend and you will probably find that
It will divide them into two parties,
one contending that the answer Is one
fourth and the other as positively af
firming that It N one-third, while both
will be ready to prove the accuracy of
their respective solutions.
The party of the first part (to use a
legal phrase) may argue their point In
Five shillings Is the fourth part of 0
pound. If you have 1.1 shillings, or
three-fourths of a pound, and some
body gives you another fourth part you
have a sovereign ergo, your four
fourths Is one-fourth greater than
Hut this will not suit the other pnrty
nt all, and they will proceed scornfully
to point out that the argument Is all
wrong, since If you have l.r shillings
and somebody Is generous enough to
ndd ft shillings to It the donor Is on
ly giving you one-third of tho amount
you already possess (5 times 11 equals
l.ri), therefore) your sovereign Is only
one-third more than your 15 shillings.
It Is a pretty problem, and expert
accountants have been known to wran
gle over It for hours. -London Answers.
Elks Pouring Into Buffalo.
Buffalo, July 11. ElkB by the thou
sand continue to pour Into the city
to attend the annual meeting of the
order. Politics Is already the chief
topic among the members here. Rob
ert V. Brown of Louisville is slated
for grand exalted ruler. Fred C. Rob
inson of Dubuque, la., grand secretary,
and John K. Tener of Charleroi, Pa.,
grand treasurer, are said to be sure of
Illinois Wins One Prize.
Denver, July 11. To the Epworth
league of Illinois was awarded tho
banner for tho largest registration of
delegates to the international conven
tion of tho society In this city. Iowa
was a closo second. Most of the dele
gates left Denver on excursions to
places of interest in the Rocky mountains.
against Fire, Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, soo
JNO. B. STANSER,
agent for the Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Nob,, tho best in
surance com puny intho sTto.
WE WILL DO YOUR
Call Phone 75 on 52.
HOIXISTER & ROSS.
Heavy Draykft a Specialty
Clruiirf anil ttfautirin the tulr.
lrom6tr a lmurUut growth.
Never Fail to Itrttore Orny
Hair to lta Youthful Color.
Cum calp dlfMMi u hair (lillcg.
fcic.aiul CU.tt IlmgirliU
ft "The Kodak Way" l
Kodaks and Kodak
jj Bring In Your Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing,
fjjy We do It right.
JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS.
7 ? VS
Silk Persian Lawns,
SI LK TISSUES, per yd 25 and 50c
4-INCH CHANGEABLE SILK NECK
RIBBON, per yard 20c
DOUBLE TIP FINGER SILK GLOVES,
per pair 50c
Eggs Taken In Exchange for Merchandise
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS, ETC.
City Dray and Express Line.
P. W. STUD1SBAKER, PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAIS EXPRESS CO.
Office 1 19
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