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Ayer's Sarsaparllla is not a
strong drink. As now made,
there is not a drop of alcohol
in it. It is a non-alcoholic tonic
and alterative. Ask your own
doctor about your taking this
medicine for thin, imnure
blood. Follow his advice
every time. He knows.
Wo publUh our formula
Wo bnlih alcohol
from our medlolncii
Wo ur;e you to
Ask your doctor, "What is the first great
ruk of health?" Nine doctors out of
ten will auickly reply, "Keep the bowels
regular. Then ask him another qucs- ,
non, "What do you think of Ayer's
Pills for constipation?"
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i win De duly credited and e.
TO THK NATION'S lt-,.,wi,i ,, tUn rifo unnL-c
ti., !...:..:.... i: .,,!
i uu niii;sii iuiiuii lint ill u
r I .. . , .
.good win 01 tne Keel Lionel . , , . . . .
Nation has been sold to the have becn so lo'al to lhc Na'
Red Cloud Chief, thus mak-,110"' we hoPe lhat ue ma'
ing it the largest list of any nrjrit a continuance of your
p.iperin the county. We hope support, and, while human
and trust our friends and sub- ,aiu subject to error, we will
scribers will give tne Chief. flo that which to thc
their support and patronage. , f , ... . , .
' On account of poor health st of our ab,llty t0 JlK,Se. 1S
and other causes we were com- j fa,r t0 a11- l those who have
pelled to dispose of the paper. ,o long and faithfully corre-
Wearcsorry to see the Nation sponcled for the Nation: We
discontinued. Ithasbeenacon-! hnno von will rnntiniw rr Pv.
stant visitor to your home for a
good many years, fighting the
people's battles, recording the
good and bad news. We are
confident the Chief will give
you a better paper and hope
our subscribers will give it a
fair trial. We would also re
quest that the Nation's county
correspondents still write for
the Chief and help to boost
that department of the paper.
As to our enemies, we have
none. Thanking those who
have so loyally supported the
Nation and wishing you all
J. l HALE
TO THE PUBLIC.
With this ir.suc of the Chief !
the Red Cloud Nation has! . . , 7 "rr ... .
'A. A. Kenkel, son of Win. licnklc of
been Consolidated. On ac- Inaveal, has purchased the Star livery
count of Mr. Hale's health l):un of c- yL s,nilh nml tooU 0,1!ir
. , of same Moncay. Mr. llenklc is well
and ariOUS contingencies he known here and we wish him success.
when eating, that your food is of
highest wholesotneness that it has
nothing in it that can xnjtire or
distress you makes the repast
doubly comfortable and satisfactory.
This supreme confidence you
have when the food is raised with
The only baking powder made
with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
There can be no comforting confi
dence when eating alum baking pow
der food. Chemists say that more or
less of the alum powder in unchanged
alum or alum salts remains in the food.
has deemed it advisable to
cease publication of the Na
tion. In so doing he bears no
ill will toward any one, either
socially or otherwise. For
many years the Nation and
Chief have been political an
tagonists while the editois
have been constant personal
friends. The future policy of
the Chief will remain the same
as in the past few years or
since it has been under the
present management. All
subscription accounts due the
Nation will be due and paya-
ble only to the Chief, and
those who are paid in advance i
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to the Nation, their accounts
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WU..V.VV V... W..V. -wwtx. .J wu''
receiving the Chief in lieu of
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To those who
tend the same liberal treat
ment, continuing to send us
your correspondence, only
addressing it to the Chief.
Again, hoping to be able to
merit your loyal support, we
beg to be
Very Truly Yours,
Chief Publishing Co.
COUNTY COURT NEWS.
Commercial Bank of ISlue Hill vs.
C. M. 1'augh and John N. Paugh. For
answer April Oth.
Kstate of Anders Anderson. Renun
ciation of widow Hied. Petition for
statutory allowances Hied. Order grant
Kstate of Kiln, V. Lester. Petition
for correction of record and order.
HERE NEXT WEEK.
World Faimus Medical Specialist Will
Be at Hotel Royal March 23 and 24.
Dr. Hen V Klnsey, the world fa
tnous medical specialist, who Is chief
of staff of the Hot Springs doctors,
who have their Nebraska State Insti
tute permanently located at 1 1th and
O streets, Lincoln, will be at the Hotel
Koyal next week. The doctor', will ar
rive Monday, .March Jill, and remain
two' days, until Tuesday, Muro!wtt.
During these two days Dr. Klnsey will
receive patients at the Hotel Uoyal
parlors. All of those who are suffer-1
ing from any chronic disease should
call and consult this great specialist.
Consultation and examination are free
to all who call. Those eases that are
found to be curable will be treated
free to all who call. Those eases that
are found to be curable will be treated
free of charge except for bare cost of
medicines used. Those eases that are
found to be incurable are told Jso and
will not be accepted for treatment at
any price as it is frankly and invaria
bly the rule of tin- Hot Springs doe.
tors to accept no incurable ease for
These great specialists have a na
tional reputation for curing chronic
diseases of the blood, skin, nerve1', kid
ney, liver, bowels, heart and lungs.
Hot Springs treatment cures even after
all other methods have failed. Nearly
every day the Lincoln daily papers
contain accounts of wonderful cures
that have been made by these famous
doctors in their Lincoln institute.
A few weeks ago a man who had
been paralyzed and walked only on
crutches for years and who had been
paid an insurance policy lor total disa
bility, after a short course of I lot
Springs treatment was not only to
walk without crutches or cane, but he
took a gun and went out into the Hold
hunting, and this man who had been
paralyzed for years actually ran a foot
race. Others have been cured of rheu
matism, stomach trouble, constipation,
neuralgia, nerve weakness, asthma
gall stones, goitre, nerve weakness
and a multitude of chronic ailments.
These cases are of Lincoln people who
were cured in their own homes, the
facts are sworn to by them and by
their friends. Is it any wonder then
that such cures are told of by daily
papers'.' Many of these cures seem al
most like miracles.
Dr. Kinsey's object in making this
visit to lied Cloud, March U'.'l and '.'I, is
to secure a few cases that he can cure
and thus show the people what the
Dot Springs treatment will do. He
only solicits dillicult cases, eases that
all other doctors have failed to cure.
Hot Springs treatment is endorsed
by the I'nited States government as is
attested by the fact that this army and
navy hospitals are located at Hot
Springs, Ark., where soldiers and sail
ors are sent after all other methods
have failed to cure and Dr. ICinsey
holds a government license to treat
Dr. Kinsey's knowledge of the hiuuan
body is so complete that he is able to
diagnose any case in a moment's time
without asking the patient a single
question. He will describe every ache
and pain and locate the cause of the
As stated above consultation and ex
amination is free. Dr. Klnsey will be
here only two days, March 2,'l and SI,
at the Hotel Royal.
Those who are sick and want to be
made well should call and see him.
The ladies of the Congregational
will hold their regular monthly mar
ket at Pulton's grocery store Saturday
Skillful With Specks.
An English paper has an account or
a tiny boat made by an Italian and
formed of a single pearl. Its sail Is of
beaten gold, studded with diamonds,
anil its headlight, carried at the prow,
Is a perfect ruby. An emerald serve.
as Its rudder, and Its stand Is a slab
of Ivory. It weighs less than half an
ounce, and Its price Is said to be $r,000.
The Italians are adepts at minute
work, for there are artists in Florence
who will take particles of stone and
glass no larger than a mustard seed
and piece them together on the head of
a shirt stud with such nice adjust
ment of delicate shades of color that
flowers and Insects aro represented In
perfect detail with all the truthfulness
of nature. An Italian woman has
painted a landscape in which appear a
windmill, minors, a cart and horao and
passengers so diminutive that half n
grain of corn covers the whole.
Mrs. McSpatt Isn't It remarkablo
how mauy men mysteriously disap
pear? Mr. MeSpott Oh, I don't know.
Most of 'em are married.
if there were more klssim: none at
home and less at the railroad depot,
life in the married state would have
more halos. Palmyra Items.
Tho lands wo nro going to call your attention to are in tho northwest part
of Texas. Ttiko tho map of Toxns uud yon can readily boo that wo ure trying
to locato you about CoO miles from Kansas City and fKJo miles from Oalvcftton
the nearest seaboard harbor of any importance, whore freight rutos iy water
to England are practically tho sumo us from Now York. To transport a bushol
of wheat from Hastings, Nob., to Now York by mil will cost you -JGJo per 100
lbs or 23.9 per bu. Prom tho Panhuudlo to tialvoston tho rate is Po per bu. or
a saving of lll.Ou per bu. Can you figuro tho advantage that tho farmer in tho
Panhandle has over you? To show you the great adva tago tho I'anhaudlo
has over you, wo want to quote u low figures on tho sowing and yield of wheat
(,t tho experiment station, a short distance fiom where wo oh"or you theso
i.reat bargains in land. ,
Yield of Wheat for 1906 KasKo Wheat
Sowing :i poeks to the acre yields 'JH.i'm bushels, test (52 pounds
" 4 " " " " " '2h.('iT) " . " (ii "
" n " " " 2i.. -a) " (io.r "
Durum Wheat '.
Sowing .", pedes to tho aero yields '2:5.10 bushels, test (EIiO pounds '
" 5 ' " " imju ' i;-,ri)
Nowyouhavo the llgurus before you for consideration. It will tako you
but a Tew minutes to npute tho difference- that tho I'anhaudlo farmer gets
nmro for his grain than you do.
If tho experiment statimi can teach such results in farming and doing it
right, you can do th- sumo thing, or can raise .. bu. less and beat anythiug you
can in this part of the country.
' With an avoiue of -Jl inches of rainfall for tho last twelve years, nothing
stands in the load of farmers becoming independent in a short tnnoaudllxing
himself s() ,o enn live at cnse.
Is it hot in the Panhandle, is asked by people who nro not familiar with
condition-, in that country. Wo will .say that the average in the hottest months
in the year, for twelve years is as follows: , .June, 7:2; July, T.'i; August, 72, and
September, OS. This uovcriimout report was by tho U. S. weather observer
(Thos. J. Consodim), at Amorilla. 'IV mis right in the center of the Panhandle.
Water is procured in sand and gravel and is of the very purest quality anil
has proven vory benHlciil for the general ho.ilthof mans ind.
Wo are making those trips to the Panhandle every
First and Third Tuesdays
in oaeh month, and woind bo pleased to see you and talk it over with you, as
wo eauu t tell you all in a short ad like this.
Red Cloud Investment Co.
I. II. HOLMES, President. I). J. MYERS, Vice-President.
A. B. SELLERS. Secretary and Treasurer
MOTIIKU OKAY'S SWKKT 1'OWDEUS I'O K ,
Successfully ut-etl by Mother Gray, nurse in tl
CIilMrun'n Home in New York, cure Kovcrlfh
lien". IIhiI Stumnrh, Tcctlilni; IMhoriler-. move
nml rcKiilutu llif liowuih itml Destroy Worm".
OvcrlO.oouttisUinunliils. Thoj nticr fcil. At nil
"-iikkM. 25c siiniilc Krec. Adda's Alien M.
O .ixlod, ucUoy, N. Y.
Sleep Fasting Contests.
"Sleep fasting matches, before the
law put a stop to them, look place fre-.'
quontly In this country," said a special i
1st In insomnia. "Yes, back in the fif- I
ties and sixties sleep fasting was as '
popular a form of sport as football ,
Champion sleep fosters were Idolized
by the girls In hoopsklrts and water
falls. The ordinary youth who had to
sleep once In twenty-four hours wasn't
one. two. three, in those days.
"W. (J. Woodford of Smi Francisco
was the champion of all tho sleep Tast
ers. In the famous contest ot 1SG0
this man kopl awake for 1US hours and
48 minutes over a week, lie was a
little, thin man of a nervous tempera
ment. "Henry K. Jackson of Detroit held
the next best record 141 hours and
17 mlnute.s. Third came Adolph
Mueller of Milwaukee, whose record
was 142 hours and 57 minutes.
"Why were sleep fasts so popular
with our fathers? Huskies their un
healthiness, they Were tame beyond
belief. What, when you think of It.
could be tamer than merely watching
a lot of men keep awake?" Now Or
Tl was not a young woman novelist,
but Charles Sumner, of whom the late
R. L. Godkln, tho Now York editor,
IIo works his adjectives so hurd that
If they ever catch him alone they will
Farmer Ilaye -That Jones boy that
used to work for you wants mo to give
him a Job. Is ho steady? Farmer
Suede -Well, If ho was any steadier
he'd be motionless. Loudon Express.
Clara-Jack Intends to have all his
own way when we nro married. Clara's.
Mamma Then why do you want to
marry him? Clara To relieve his
liiinil of a false Impression.
Gave Him Up.
Ding-Yes, that's old Sprlgglus. Half
a dozen doctors have Riven him up at
various times during his life. Whig
YVhat was the matter with him? Ring
He -wouldn't pay his bills.
I Burdens become light when cheer
fullv borne OvLL
Notice of Incorporation.
Know All "Men by These PrcsenU: Tlmt wc.
Wiilliiro A, Mnyimnl. Wllllnm Wolfe tuul Wil
llnm Kin-cl" do lieiehy iibioclate outtulves to
Ki'tlier for ihu purpose or fonniin; and Ijciom
Iiik ti eiirporHtloa In the state of Nebmskn, for
thc tiuiinclloii of the husliiehs herein described.
The iiiimi! or the corporation slmll be the Itcd
Cloud Hardware mid Implement compan.
Tim principal pltico ot trnnsactiiiR Uh business
shall b in the city of Itcd Cloud, lu tho county
of Volstcr, and stale of Nebraska.
The nature of the business, to bo tran-.HCtt.il
by said corporation shall be the buying uud
-elliii;i of all kind of inerrliuudiso.
The authorlred capital stock of .said corpora
tlon shall bo foriy thouand dollarw (tiO,!) in
-hart's ot live luinilred.dollar.s each.
Tho corporation shall commenco business
when twuiity-livo thousand dollars; of tho capi
tal stock is paid up.
Thc hoard of diiuutors of -n!il cort oration
shall determine when the balance of said stock
shall be paid lu.
Tho existence of this corporation shall com
mence on the Wlh day or Kebruary, 1903, and
continue during the period of fifty jeara.
The biiMuess ot said corporation shall be con
ducted by u hoard of dlteclora not to exceed
live In number to be elected by thoMocfcholders.
Thc oll'iccr of siid corporation ahall be presi
dent, secretary and treasurer, who btiall be
chosen by tho board of director.
The highest amount or indebtcdnen to which
said corporation shall nt any time subject Itself
shall not bu moro limn one-third or Ila capital
htOCk. WAM.ACK A. MAVSAI'.n,
Dated this If7th day of February, 190H. P 12
For very sick people tonst water Is a
nourishing, palatable drink. Put sev
eral pieces of cold erlsp toast In a
thick pitcher, pour boiling hot water
over it, cover the pitcher to keep iu the
steam, and after it has soaked for lif
ted! minutes strain oft tho hot water,
which contains the nourishing essence
of tho bread. It can be kept In a cool
place until the next time to reheat It.
Makes the Biscuit
and Cake lighter,
finer flavored, more
Made from pure
Grape Cream of .Tartar
No alum No lime phosphate
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