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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1907)
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Ask your doctor the medical
name for a cold on the chest.
He will say, "Bronchitis."
Ask him if it is ever serious.
Lastly, ask him if he pre
scribes Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral for this disease. Keep
in close touch with your
We publlih our formulas
Wn bmilih nlcohol
j from our lnrdlclnen
We urier you to
When you tell your doctor about the bad
taste In jour mouth, loss of appetite for
breakfast, and frequent headaches, and
when he sees your coated tongue, he will
say, " You are bilious." Ayer's Pills
work well in such cases.
"' i , the J. C. Aycr Cj., Lev:ll. Mats.
For Supremo .liulgo,
M. II. ltKKSi:.
For llailwny Coinntissionoi
IIWNKY T. CLAUKIJ, .TIC.
For Ilcgcnts State University
CI I MILKS II. ANDKUSON.
For District. .Imljo
.1. V. .1A.MKS.
W. C. PIIAIIM.
For County Clerk
K. W. I tOSS.
(). I). 1 1 Kill! 14.
For County Judge
' J. S. (JILIIAM.
NKLLIK WKST CASTKK.
For Clerk District Court
For County Assessor
II. C. SCOTT.
For Commissioner, lid District
V.. W. II I'M MEL.
For Commissioner, Mil District
The Smith County Messenger says,
in speaking of a girl upon whose eye
an operation was recently performed,
that unless information sets in her eye
sight will not be effected.
Unless the supreme court reverses
tlie decision of the district court of Da
kota county, wliieh ruled Unit names
written into t lie primary ballot must
be counted, nil of the election boards
of the state will have to meet again
and re-canvass the vote of the last pri
mary. On the recommendation of At
torney (ieueral Thompson, the votes
were disregarded. Judge Welch de
cided to the contrary. Lincoln Star.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
It is claimed indigestion is the na
tional disease. 'That's why the demand
for King's Dyspepsia Tablets hoops in
creasing because they do the work.
Stomach trouble, dyspepsia, indiges
tion, bloating, etc., yield nuicUly. Two
days' treatment free. Ask your drug
gist about them. Sold by HonryCook's
is the most efficient and
perfect of leavening agents
MADE FROM PURE CREAM OF TARTAR
No alum, lime or ammonia.
Boiling It Down.
"I Hhotild like to ninnuge this paper
for about kIx months," said the new
reporter of n country paper. "The
present editor doesn't know his busi
ness." "What's the mutter?" he was naked.
"Why, last night 1 wan told off to re
port a lire In llroad Hired, mill I wrote
It up In grand style, making u half
column article of It. 1 began It In
'"Suddenly on the still night all
rang the shrill cry of lire, and at the
same moment the Utile licking tongues
or llame, whose light, playing along
the roof's edge, caught the eye of 'the
midnight watcher, leaped forth, no lon
ger playful, but fierce and angry In
their thirst and greed. I.Ike glowing,
snaky Odiums, the lurid links entwined
the doomed building. In venomous
hisses and spurts the Humes shot Into
the overhanging darkness, while from
every window and door poured forth
a dense sulphurous smoke, the deadly
suffocating breath of an Imprisoned
"I went on in that style for over half
a column." said the new reporter, "and
this Is what appeared In the paper this
" 'A lire broke out In I'.road street
last night, but was quickly suppress
ed.' Do you call that Journalism':"
Love and Wedlock.
A man of middle age and a youth of
roumullc appearance sat alone In a
smoking compartment of a nearly
empty evening train. In the solitude
the youth look u photograph from his
pocket, looked at It and then said to
his companion feverishly:
"Were you ever, sir. In love':"
The mnn of middle age started. He
"Was I ever In love':" he repealed as
he relighted his pipe. "Was 1 ever In
Jove? Well, I don't know If
"You don't know?" cried the youth.
"Well, If you ever had been In love
you'd know It. Why. when you're iu
love your life Is a sweet dream, you
have no taste for food, you think of
nolh'ng but the beauty of"
"Were you evt r married?" snapped
the middle aged man.
"Woll, If you ever had been you'd
know It. Why, when you're married
your life Is"
Hut the youth, with a scowl, edged
off to the far end of the carriage and
got out at I lie next station, disgusted.
His Awful Fate.
An American visitor In a Herman
city bought a dachshund. The ani
mal's length of body, short and peciil-
, larly shaped legs and "highly lntelll-
i gent dachs face," he writes, would
liave made the dog conspicuous among
the lines! of his breed. "One day we
missed him and were unable to llnd
our pet. Next day his dead body, a
I little longer than hi life, was shown
to me by the man who came to tell U"
he had found the dog. He was vorj
dead, but I did want to know how he
met his untimely end and after inqulr
lug learned that he had been run over
by a 'splegolsehcibentrunsportwugoii.'
I could readily understand how that
would have killed even an elephant
and wanted to know why the Infernal
machine had been allowed to come in
to the city. It was a relief to be told
that a splegelsehelhentransportwagen
Is a wagon on which mirror plates are
transported. 1'oor little dachs!"
. The Sheik and His House.
When the French came Into contact
with the Itednuiii In Algeria. It was
thought that a ready waj of civilizing
him would be to assist him to build
himself a permanent habitation. A
sheik who was thus favored .was full
of gratitude to the p'reiioh engineers
who had bull! him a house.
"Since my house was Mulshed," he
said, "I have not lost a single sheep.
I look them up In my house every
night, and next morning I lind them
nil In safety."
"Then where do you sleep yourself?"
asked an nlliccr in ama.ement.
"Oh, for myself, a uhclk can live
only In his tent!" said tho other, with
(lohsii t ioldo dc- .vieled p ilufiilly from
hlsnlnety horsepower uuloinoblio.
"I wish to purchnfio," he said, an
"Yes, sir," said thy eager clerk. "We
have Just Imported u superb ring, sir
two ruby hearts surrounded"
"No," said the aged millionaire In a
cold, disillusioned voice: "no, thr.t
won't do. Then.' Is only one heart
concerned this affair. The girl Is
marrying me for my money." New
"Packing Off of Widows."
Some curious customs In the way of
pastimes prevail In Korea. Among the
farming classes there Is one known us
the "packing off of widows." This
means a raid on a certain village
known to contain a young widow. A
widower, accompanied by friends, en-1 i
ters the village, carries off the woman ! ;
In question and marries her.
"What started the riot at (he per
formance of 'Hamlet' las! night?"
"Ham held the skull and said. 'Alas,
poor Yorick, you are not the only dead
head In the house.'" Pearson's
"There's a young woman who makes
little things count."
"How does she do It?"
"Teaches arithmetic in a primary
Do not seek glory; nothing so ex
pensive as glory. Syduey Smith.
Mrs. Johnston (over the tub) Doan
Ah nick jo' a good llvln. Henry Clay
Johnston? Mr. Johnston Tol'ble, chile
tol'ble. Hut yo' sh'd have seen de
way mah motluih suppohted mah fa-thah'-l'uck.
Sir Vere de Yere was the eldest on
of Sir Aubrey tie Yere. the sonneteer
and friend of Wordsworth. His broth
er, Aubrej' tie Yere, was a more than
well known, a famous poet, and to
him In his youth Walter Savage Litn
dor addressed (he exhortation:
Make thy proud name still prouder for
He had no sons, however, never hav
ing married. Neither had his brothers,
Yere and Stephen. 'Thus the name, as
a family name, disappears.
'The He Yores were early friends of
Tennyson's, and It was from them
that the poet took the name which he
made proverbial and symbolical of a
class "the caste of Yere do Yere."
Lady de Yere. the only Lady tie Yere
of fact then living, was inclined to
complain that her name should be be
stowed upon the black hearted Lady
Clara of del Ion.
Tennyson wrote dainty verses, but
was not master of dainty manners. He
growled: "Why should you care? Hut
of course you don't. I didn't make
your namesake iikIj, and I didn't make
her stupid. I only made her wicked."
They Needed the Medicine.
Some years ago a railway was be
ing made In the west of Scot laud, and
It was arranged that each of the nu
merous laborers employed should pay
a penny per week to a medical prac
titioner, so that they might have lilt
services In the event of accident or
medicine In case of Illness.
Durlni; the summer and autumn nci
thelr Illness nor accident occurred.
Hut when a severe winter followed
all at once the "navigators" began to
call on the d.ictor for castor oil.
Kach brought his bottle, Into which
an ounce was poured, until the oil was
exhausted, and the doctor was forced
to scud to town for a further supply.
When thai. loo. was gelling low the
doctor one day quietly asked a healthy
looking fellow what was wrong with
the men that thej required so much
"Nothing wroug at all, doctor," he re
plied, "but we grease our boots with
It." Loudon Chronicle.
Applying the Test.
"There was a barber In an Indiana
city win), having been out late the
ulirht before, had a shaky hand the
nett morning and cut a patron's cheek
four times." said the man who Insist.
ed he saw the Incident. "After each
I iiccii'.cut the barber said as he "pong-
ed away tho blood. 'Oh. dear me, Inuw
careless!' ami laughed and lei II go at
"Tho patron look all lhosi gashes hi
I grave silence, but when the shnvej
was over he tilled a glu-s at the water
cooler, took a mouthful of water and,'
with compressed lip.-, proceeded to'
shake liN he.Kl from side lo side and,
to toss It up and down.
"'What Is the matter':' the barber
asked. 'You ain't got the toothache,
"'No,' said the customer. 'I only
lllsf wn ill i'l In suit If inv inmitli would
still hold water without leaking, that
was all.'" Philadelphia Itecnrd.
.Mothers with little children need no
longer fear croup, colds or whooping
cough. Hoes Laxative Cough Syrup
tastes good. It works off tho cold
through the bowels, cuts the phlegm,
,.l..M..w tin. Ii..,i,l i,',,,,',.,,,,,,,, ,,,l nhl
clears tlic lioail. rorjoung anil oiu.
tiuaranteed. Secure a bottle at once,
Sold by Uenrv Cook b druo; store.
All the neweft.
Glad to show
mat eoes wi
(Successors to John Grilleth)
Staple and Fancy
A full assortment of Seasonable'
Goods kept in Stock.
Call and See Us. We will try to
425 Webster Street.
Hell phone KW. hid. phono 14
Ask for Allens's Foot-Ease.
a powder for swollen, tired hot, smart- i
ing feet. Sample sent free. Also free ;
samples of the Foot-Ease Suiting' Corn
Pad, a new invention. Address Allen i
S. Olmstoud, Lo Koy. N. Y.
Your skin should be clearand bright
if your liver is in normal condition.
Hade's Little Liver Pills act on the
liver, and headache, constipation and
biliousness disappear. Price .'." cents.
Sold by Monty Cook's drug store.
INPLAMMA'TOItY HHKf.MATIS.M Ct'HKt) lis
Morton I.. Mil. of Lebanon Iml.. snjs; ".Mj
wife liiid IiitlninmntoiT ItlioumiulMn In urerj
nitiH'lu ruiI Joint, tier HiilVrinn whs terrible
ntiil uur boilv iilnl fnco were swollen HlnuMttm
'yoiul recognition: Imd been in bcit Mx week
una mid vikiii iiiiihcwiik. urn ptoivph no
bencUt until slic ttk'tl l. Dutrlimi'i. KUieffoi
Uheiimflthin. II jriivo linnu-dluto relict and
the whs able to walk about la tlirco days, i am
Hiirc It saved her life." Sold by 11. K. Orlco.
Notlec of Tax Sale.
Notice 1 1 hereby kIvuii tluit the undeihlKiied
on the M day of .lannary 1111 ihiicIiiimmI of the
i i"r-"r --'..- - " - ..
iirlxiitu Mile, tne loiniwiui; iiumtiiumi rem cmiuo
Mild for delinquent taxes for the earn 1HWI to i
IIMI Int'lnclvti. and Mtnatcd In lied Cloud. Web
Mercoiailv. Niiliuiokii mull; both Kleven(ll)
and Tweho dJi hi block Konrtiien (1 1) In Knley ;
,V .IhcUmiii's addition to lied Cloud. Webster
county. Nebraxka, and taxed la the name of tra
U Martin. ,
The above named perton and nil ioroiiH who ,
claim an Interest In the above prciiiUet. will take '
IIIT Mini KM IIMH n.uno('iM'i ..- ,,,-.
i tor Mid mx mlo will expire on the id day of I
in nice tiiat tlie time or redemption ot nun mini
laiHiNry o'S. ittlcr which I win anmy lor n mx
,,,,,( lo u f the nbove dewrllnil remlM-M
wlili'u not redeemed. Ciuiu.kh it, lli;8ie.
i Dated Sepleinbei lH.ltf.7.
More of them than to
them. Everything 3f
to make you
RED CLOUD, - XEHR.
Canon City, Sunny side,
and Genuine Nigger
Yon may be particular or what
some call "cranky," but OUR
COAL will please you.
Our coal is clean and we deliver
We cannot afford to do
less than satisfy in
quality, style, price and
gi'e to you our person
al service and careful
Night or Day
Rural and Bell phones
, at store and reside n:e.
a Specialty J
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