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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1907)
If you think you need a tonic,
ask your doctor. If you think
you need something for your
blood, ask your doctor, if you
think you would like to try
Aycr's non-alcoholic Sarsapa
rilla, ask your doctor. Con
sult him often. Keep in close
touch with him.
We publlih our formula
Wn banlah alcohol
from our medicines
Wo urea you to
Ask your doctor to name some of the
results of constipation. His long list will
begin with sick-headache, biliousness,
dyspepsia, thin blood, bad skin. Then
ask him if he would recommend your
using Aycr's Pills.
Mado by the J. C. Ayor Co., Lowell, Man.
the boys say they were outdoors nil
evening. When they removed their
shoes mid went upstairs to go to bed
there was smoke in the room, and
when they discovered the fire one of
hoys threw a bucket of water on It,
but It hud gained too much headway
for them to check it.
We desire to thank the many friends
and neighbors for their kindness to us
In our loss.
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Business College Notes
Hnlftnts Templars Easter Services.
The Kaster services at the Congre
gational church Sunday evening were
extremely interesting, enjoyable and
beneficial. The ladies had decorated
the church with (lowers anil gave it
the appearance of real summer time.
The choir rendered a beautiful sacred
cantata, and musical experts pronounce
it an unqualified success.
There were solos, duets, quartets
and chorus work galore. Why Import
singers when we have such talent in
our own city?
Rev. Cressmun took for his subject
"Immortality" and his logic, terse
statement, and clearness were certainly
Cy rents Commaudery, Knights Temp
lar, attended in a body and in uniform.
The church was filled to its capacity
even to standing room and many peo
ple failed to gain admission.
Concerning the Dc Hart Fire.
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dc IlaVt make
the following statement about the fire
which recently destroyed their home:
Kimtok Omi:i': We read In Tiik
Ciiiki-' that there were two small chil
dren at home when the house caught
fire. There were three hoys, the old
est 1.1, the second 10 and the third (i.
There was no lire in the house when
we left for the church. We lit the
lamp arid placed it on the table, and
On Tuesday, April 2, in Kcd Cloud,
occurred the marriage of Miss Lizzie
Iv. Volk of Campbell and (Jeorge Do
llriinncr of Inavale, .ludge ICdson ofli
clating. The bride and groom were
attended by Charles Martin and Miss
Kranecs Do Ilrunnur, and Frank Dc
I (runner and Miss Rosa Volk. After
the ceremony the bridal party drove
to the home of Mr. and Mrs. .1. De
Itrunner, on Farmers creek, where
about two hundred and guests partook
of a bounteous wedding supper. The
decorations were pink and white.
The happy couple received a large
number of beautiful and useful pres
ents. One pretty feature of the wed
ding supper was that four generations
of relatives of the bridegroom were
present, including (irandma Myers,
aged 80; her daughter, Mrs. .1. De
Itmnuci'. and Mrs. Wessel and chil
dren, daughter and grandchildren of
Mrs. De Itrunner. All join hi wishing
the young couple a long and happy
life. They will live on the groom's
farm one mile west of his parents.
Adolph C. Anderson and Carrie
Householder, both of Ithulen.
Wm. W. Howard of Litchlleld and
Miss Maude M. Harris of Red Cloud.
Married by .Judge Kdson.
Frank II. Karr of Blue Hill and Miss
Itcrtha A Sanson of Wilcox. Married
by Judge Kdson.
Mrs. W. A. Cummings, who lives
ten miles north of Ued Cloud, recently
had an experience which she will not
care to repeat. While burning some
trash during the high wind, Mrs.
Cummings' dress eaughtlireand blazed
fiercely. With great presence of mind
she gathered her garments tightly
about her and rolled on the ground,
extinguishing the flames. In doing
so she was severely burned and bruised
but her prompt action probably saved
The school Is settled now after the
spring drop off and the students are
doing some good work. The Normal
students are enjoying the reviews hi
the various branches of the work.
Miss Mamie Haines made us a very
instructive talk in chapel Thursday I
morning. Miss Haines is the State '
primary worker for the Sunday school ,
association and was in Red Cloud Wed
nesday and Thursday while on her
way to the county convention at Ina
vale. If ever perfection was granted
to a human being Miss Haines is very
close to the perfection mark. We all
enjoyed her talk.
Mr. Harry Cramer has rented one of
our typewriters for the spring and
Mverton Foe is giving Mr. Palmer
some good practice on the telegraph
key. They have some lively times
sending and receiving messages.
The pictures taken dy Mr. Dietrick
at the old mill dam last week are real
The college has secured another good
lecture course for the coming winter.
A much stronger course than last year.
Do you want another season ticket '.'
"lMneules" (non-alcoholic) made from
resin from our pine forests, used for
hundreds of years for Itladder and
Kidney diseases. Medicine for thirty
days, SI. (iuaranteed to give satisfac
tion or money refunded. (.Jet our
guarantee coupon from Henry Cook's
GIVE it food that will not irritate or
retard the performance of its natural
functions, and it will reciprocate in a way
agreeable and comforting.
No single ingredient contributes so
largely toward wholesome, nourishing,
agreeable food as Royal Baking Powder.
Royal Baking Powder's active ingre
dient, Grape Cream of Tartar, is the
most healthful of the fruit products'
This is why Royal Baking Powder
makes the food finer, lighter, more appe
tizing and anti-dyspeptic, a friend to the
stomach and good health.
Imitation Baking Powders Contain Alum N
"The use of alum and salts of alumina in
food should be PROHIBITED. The con
stant use of alum compounds exerts a
deleterious effect upon the digestive
organs and an irritation of the internal
organs after absorption.
"EDWARD S. WOOD, M. D.
Professor of Chemistry
Harvard Medical Schooli Boston."
ftOYAl DAKINO POWDER CO., NEW YORK
DUMA DISCUSSES BUDGET
Kuttler Declares $2,750,0C0,0C0 tiSK
Been Spent for War AdventuritWE'
St. Petersburg, April 3. Tlio loTO
house of parliament, began discussing
the budget for 1907. Finance Minister
KokovsofT appealed to the menihiMfi
to deal with the subject in n national
spirit and not from tho standpoint o(
Tho principal reply to tho minis
ter's presentation was delivered by
tho expert of the constitutional demo
crats, Minister Kuttler, who criticised
tho budget from tho standpoint of the
present financial system of Russia,
particularly the direct forms bearing
heaviest on the poorer classes, but
recognized the impossibility of mak
ing reckless attempts to change tho
Ho attributed Russia's financial dif
ficulties to tho costly war, the costlier
revolution and tho great famine.
While tho total expenditures, $1,23G,
000,000, showed a nominal decrease of
$20,000,000 over 1900, tho actual sav
ing was almost $200,000,000. Tho gov
eminent was really spending last year
$1,049,000,000, owing to the extraor
dinary expense, famine relief, etc., In
stead of the $1,255,000,000 contem
plated by tho budget.
M. Kuttler analyzed the public
debt, amounting to $1,500,000,000,
with an Interest charge of $191,000,
000 annunlly, declaring that only $1,
750,000,000 had been expended on
railroads nnd productive works, while
$2,750,000,000 had been spent for war
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to hardest wear that tops, marbles, kites or to
L anything but barbed wire makes. Prices
$4.50 to $6.00 for the combination.
to Ready for your inspection.
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. PROSECUTION FOR FRAUD
Government to Proceed Against Per
sons Who Violate Pure Food Law.
Washington, April 3. Tho depart
ment of agriculture Is making prepara
tions to begin prosecutions under tho
pure food law at an early dato, and
Dr. Wiley, under whoso directions, as
chief of tho bureau of chemistry, tho
work will be conducted, has given in
structions to his Inspectors to secure
as soon as possible the samples on
which tho prosecutions will bo based.
Tho offending establlslnVnts have
generally been located and nothing
remains to propnro a basis for the
proceedings except to obtain speci
mens of tho articles alleged to bo
adulterated or Impure. When these
aro procured clmrgOB will bo formulat
ed and supplied to tho United States
district nttornoys In whoso districts
tho offenders may reside, whereupon
they will be required to begin crlrn
Inai proceedings. There will soon ho
forty or llfty Inspectors In tho field
and Dr. WHoy expresses tho opinion
that a large number of prosecutions
will result from their Investigations.
No Longer an
The idea that has become general that first class building material
could no longer bo had is certainly knocked out, when you take a
look at tho complete lino of clear Soft Pino Finish and Siding
carried in stock by
of Hod Cloud, Nob. What is also pleasing to tho buyers of Lumber
and building material is tho fact that, their prices aro reasonable,
and they guarantee a SQUARE DEAL. Thoy also hnvo a nico
lino of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. See their Shin
gles. Von can not help but admire thorn.
The mombors of this enterprising Ilrm, assisted by plenty of
excellent help, are always glad and take ploasuro in showing to the
public this nico stock.
Doing Up a Shirt.
"This bill Is too high," said tho cus
tomer. "Too high?" ejaculated tho
Inimdrynmn. "That's what I sald-too
high." "Hut, man, do you know how
long It takes to do up a shirt?" "Why,
about four washings!" Yonkers States
man. The Bore.
"I think Jones Is ono of the worst
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Vest." Indianapolis Star.'
The east half of section
23 and the NW quarter
of section 23, township 2,
range 14, in Franklin Co.,
Nebraska, about 4 miles
northeast of Franklin.
Price $20 per acre, one
fourth cash down, bal
ance on long time in an
nual payments with in
terest at 6 per cent.
George G. Clark,
Olraniri anil brmitirir tho bilr.
l'romotci luiurimit Krowth.
Never fails to Jle.toro Omy
UMr to its Youthful Color
Curct olp dlwiM ft hair (tiling.
Colorada 10,000 acres, rich,
black soil, smooth and level. $0
Kansas -23 quarters at from
?bt)0. Good soil, level land. Terms
Nebraska -City properties and
well improved farms at reasonable
N. P. KLOWGARD,
Olliee of Co. Atty. L. II. Hlaclc
ledge, Red Cloud, Nob. I'hono48.
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