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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 15, 1909)
Added to.the Long List due
to This Famous Remedy.
Camden, N.J. "It 1b with pleasure
that I add my testimonial to your
already long list honing that it mr.y
Induce others to avail themselves of
tills valuable- mcdl-
Compound. I suf
feral from terrible
headaches, pain in
my back and right
side, was tired and
nervous, and so
stand. Lydia E.
bio Compound ro-
ntnrnil nin in l.nnHI.
anu mauo mo leel into a now person,
and it shall always havo my praise.'1
Mrs. "W. P. Valkntixk, 002 Lincoln
Avenue, Camden, X. J.
Gardiner, Me. "I was n great suf
ferer from a female dheaso. The doc
tor said I would havo to go to tho
hospital for an operation, but Lydia E.
rinkham's Vegetable- Compound com
pletely cured mo in three months."
Mns. S. A. Williams, l. P. JJ. No. 11.
liox 30, Gardiner Me.
Uecause your caso is a difficult one,
doctors having dono you no good,
do not continuo to suffer without
giving Lydia E. PJnkham'H Vegetable
Compound a trial. It surely has cured
many cases of femalo ills, such as in
flammation, ulceration, displacements,
fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic
pains, backache, that bearlng-dowa
feeling, indigestion, dizziness, and ner
vous prostration. It costs but a trillo
to try it, and tho result is worth mil.
lions to many Buffering women.
mmmmiima 'v...v v ,iv.,lkll
Wu Ting Fang, nt a dnnco In Wash
ington, criticised tho modem bnllroom
"Like the ancient Ilrlton, who
dressed In blue woail," he said, "tho
belle's Idea of a ningnillccnt toilet
seems to be plenty of paint and very
surenss roit hkvknty vi:aiis
riMiu'dy fur illnrrhi-ii, ilywiitiTy and nil bowel
vuuiiulm. ('ttliuKi'iiulia-. sic, sic una tuc.
It wouldn't be a bad Idea to acquire
the habit of dodging pessimists.
Mr. Window's Soothing Syrnp.
Forclilldron tpctlilnit, uftcn thoRtimii, rrdurcK In
flammation, aliii) h imln, cures u lnd lollo. iilu u buttle.
Separating an easy mark from his
money Is nothing to boast of.
Lewis Single Umdcr cisnr. Original in
Tin hod .Smoker Package. Tnke no sub
btitute. The daughter's doings have been
tho mother's acts.
"I find Cascarcta so good that I would
not be without them. I was troubled a
great deal with torpid liver nnd headache.
Nowsince taking Cascnrets Candy Cathar
tic I feel very much better. I shall cer
tainly recommend them to my friends as
the best medicine I have ever seen."
Osborn Mill No. 2, Fall River, Mass.
Plcnsant. Pnlntnble. Potent, Tnsto Good.
Ilo (iood. Never Sicken. WoftUen or Urlpo.
10c, 25c. 50c. Never sold in bulk. ThoRcmi
Ino tablet stamped C C C. Guaranteed to
euro or vour money back. 929
Oain Hay Tools are the Best
JOHN DEERE OMAHA
M. Spiesberger & Son Co.
The Beit In the West OMAHA, NEB.
KolilliyUioIlentDeBlpm. Wowlllfon.I to jmill and
tcui lien mi rvccljit ofl5i.ta.ln damps, a JMncli lnnl
uiaplo, bran rIiml rule. JOHN G. WOODWARD
& CO."Tho Candy MorV'Counoll Bluff o, in.
Improved nnd unimproved funnx In eastern
Buiilli Dukotit for wile on
CROP PAYMENTS or 10 YEARS TIME
Will oreot iMilldltiKHon nny fnrm on winnciiNy
term.. I'rlcti so to If IU jicr ni-rn. For Hmh,
iiiiiiih, ftc.niMri'HH ALEX. II. RAIT, Farmer. &
, Merchinti'Bldg., 15lli and O St.., Lincoln, Neb.
Beatrice Creamery Ge.
Tnys tho highest price for
New York's Latest
NEW YORK. Is there a limit to ex
trnvaganco In Manhattan? If
there be such, there Ih no indication
of it in tho $2,500,000 dining room von
ture at Forty-socond street nnd Hroad
way, which Is now engrossing tho at-
leniion or every gourmet In tho
Millionaires dreaming of the sy
baritic luxury of Ilabylonlan days and
oi iuo womior workings of Hnroun-al-Ilachld,
through tho might of a stiiK
goring outlay of money, are rapidly
transforming the famous old Hotel
ItoBsmoro Into the most luxurious rat
ing place In the entire world. The
caravansary which at one tlmo liar,
bored every class and typo of Broad
way life from tho sportsmen with the
plethoric bank roll to tho latest god
desB of the green room, la now being
changed Into n dining resort, where
those will be served who can pay the
price, whore price Is tho least con
sideration. Where soups will cost probably $1.50
a portion, game birds from $10 up
and cafe nolr at prices prohibitive to
those who do not look like ready
monoy, it would surely seem that the
limit of metropolitan extravagance
had again been sot at a high water
Decision Ties Hands
it k LIMONY of $30,000 a year isn't
enough why, it practically is
nothlug. I will havo a hard tlmo liv
ing on less than $100 a day."
This comment on the award made
to hor by Justice Dowling In hor suc
cessful Biilt for n separation from
Howard Gould is attributed to Mrs.
Katherlno Clemmons Gould. She Is
greatly disappointed over the amount
It is said that In caso Howard
Gould becomes dissatisfied with tin
amount of alimony allowed his wife,
and, bhould he wish to divorce, bo
could not buo on nny evidence, or
even allegations, employed by his
counsel In tho trial Just concluded.
Thoro Is no special probability,
however, that Howard Gould T would
wish to tako any measures against
his wife, even for a reduction of tho
l crfJ A
j iair '
Gotham School Children Have Bad Teeth
v.-ry w?y r
THE buronu of municipal research of
Now York city rccontly made pub
lic tho result of certain Investigations
which If carried out will put Into tho
pockets of Xew York dentists some
thing llko 9500,000.
Tho investigations have had to do
with tho teeth of Now York school
children who sought permission to
go to work this summer. The Inves
tigation was carried on at the depart
ment of health at tho instigation of
Miss Dorothy Whitney, acting in be
half of tho Junior league, and Charles
Lorlng Draco for tho Children's Aid
society. Tho' actual work of examin
ing tho teeth of C00 boys and girls
was dono by Wallace T. Van Win
kle, D. D. S., under tho supervision
of Dr. Jonathan Uaker, head of tho
Bingham Starts Odd
THE triangular contest that has
been waging In Now York city be
tween William J. Gaynor, Justico of
tho supremo court. Mayor McClollan
nnd former Pollco Commissioner
ningham, U. S. A. (retired), took a
now nnd surprising turn recently
when Gen. ningham Instituted milt
against Justico Gaynor for defama
tion of charnctcr and askod damages
on two counts nggregntlng $100,000.
Tho libel suit 1b nn outgrowth of
tho pollco experiences of the Ilrook
lyn youth, Georice U. Duffy, who hav
ing been arrested several times on
Home of Epicurus
mark with which the price scales u(
the St. Regis, IJelinonlro's, Sherry's,
Martin's and other show plnccs of tho
greater city am modest. Times nnd
customs change, and the new Mur
ray's marks the transition.
Will such a place representing so
enormous an outlay pay? Yes, sny
the capitalists backing tho venture.
And It Is the consensus of opinion,
moreover, of the shrewdest public en
tertainers In the city that there will
be n legitimate and growing Interest
on this unique nnd remnrkable Invest
ment devised to meet the aesthetic
requirements or the most voluptuous
city on the globe. The backers of tlm
enterprise figure rightly. It Is believed,
that every woninn coining to New
lork will Insist upon her escort tak
ing her to this marvelous dining place
at least once on hor sojourn. The
same holds good with the women of
And was there ever a placo of such
Xeronlc allurements designed to meet
the lnnguorous requirements of my
lady of fashion! Would she smoke?
That will bo provided for. A luxuri
ous smoking room for her Is now be
ing built, let alone a manlcuro parlor
with French hair dressers nnd maids
Imported from Pnrls. She may be
reporfunied, repowdered and re
dressed. Furthermore she mny on
Joy n Turkish bath, bo gOwned by a
maid ns expert as her own at home
nnd, with coiffure rearranged, may
take her Jewels from tho safe anil
after a Lucullian repast bo ready for
tho opera. f
of Howard Gould
allowance which he has been directed
to imy her. It was well known that
he wished to avoid further airing of
their marital dllllcultlos.
Tho allowance, furthermore, which
tho court directed him to pay was
$30,000 a year, and. although that was
$11,000 moro than he had voluntarily
given her, It wns said to bo llttlo more
than one-thirtieth of his Income.
Although the alimony wns low, In
view of tho large Income from the
Jay Gould estate, It Is said to be the
largest nllowanco that has over been
made In a case of this kind, so fai
ns tho records of any court In this
country could show, except whore a
private settlement had beon made.
Mrs. Gould still retains a dowe;
right In her husband's renl estate, on
which ho set a valuation of $5,000,000
In testifying at tho trial. I'nrt of this
Ib the $1,700,000 valuation of tho Cns
tic Gould estntc, for which ho failed
to find a purchaser last year at $1,
000,000. Howard Gould cannot mort
gage or dispose of any of his real
cstato without hlB wife's consent, and
sho may place a Hen on tho real es
tate to obtain her alimony In enso
iic- HiiouKi deiauit in his payments.
division of child hvclono. nmi a.
thus S. MerrlU. D. D. S., dontlst In
chargo of tho Children's Aid society's
dental clinic nt tho Fifty-third street
Tho children camo from all over
town nnd were of all nationalities.
They were taken ns they secured
their work papers, or "mercantile
papers," and their ages rango from
14 to 10. Of tho GOO children only
14 had sound teeth, nnd these needed
to be clcnned. The other children,
tho buronu says, must either go with
out dental care, compromise on nn
occasional crown or extraction or pay
from $5,000 to $10,000 for treatment,
which means from flvo to ten weeks'
earnings of tho groups.
Tho bureau says that ir tho unfor
tunate children were to have tho same
kind of trentment that parents of
higher incomes would see that their
children had, from $20,000 to $40,000
moro must bo ndded to these figures,
tho respectlvo suir.B representing ten
ement nnd nvenuo prices. Tho girls
have somewhat more tlmn timn un
fair proportion of bad teeth.
Suit Against Justice
sundry charges and tho police bavins
iwiHUKnipnou mm for tholr gallery
of record, appealed to Justico Gaynor
not as a Judgo but as a friend, to havo
his photograph removed from tho
Mulberry street fctoro house. Justico
Gaynor, being unsuccessful in his di
rect appeals to Commissioner HIiik
ham to order tho removal of tho Duffy
photograph, brought tho matter to tho
attention of Mnyor McClollan In a let
ter which wnB tantamount to a ro
finest to tho mayor to removo the po
lice commissioner on charges of ex
ceedlng his privileges, and tho letter
wns couched In such strong terms
that Gen. Hlnghnm now seeks to hold
tho Justico personally responsible for
their defamatory reflections upon
Tho news of the suit waB us mud,
a surprlso t,o the mayor as it wns tc
Justico Gaynor, Commissioner Ulng
ham having mndo no threats of hold
lug tho Justico accountable.
MAKING UP RIGHT QUANTITY.
President Taft's Willful Mlslnterpre-
tatlon of Little Girl's Intended
rieslihnt Tuft In fund of dilldron,
with whom he Is u fnvnrlte. A diurin
lug story on this bend comes fiom Cin
cinnati. Once, when a pretty Cincinnati kIiI
wns a chllil of six or howmi, Mr. Tuft,
calling at her house, found nobody
home excepting herself. She enter
tained him a little while, and when
he rose to go, he stooped down nnd
Here's one." he said, "for the bnb,
Here Is another for little Jim. And
hoie Is a third for Millie-bow"
1 lie little girl, ilinwlng herself up,
said haughtily hIio had been reading
"Mr Talt, you forget yourself!"
He bent down again.
"So I did." he laughed. "Well, here's
one for myself"
"I think she's double-faced!"
"Oh, don't Miy that! One face llko
hers Is bad enough!"
DREADFUL DANDRUFF. I
Qlrl'e Head Encrusted Feared Loss I
of All Her Hnlr Baby Had Milk-
Crust Missionary's Wife Made
Two Perfect Cures by Cutlcura.
"For soveral years my husband
wbb a missionary In tho Southwest.
Every ono in that high and dry at
mosphere has moro or less troublo
with dandruff nnd my daughter's scalp
became so encrusted with it that I
was alnrmcd for fear sho would loso
all her hair. After trying various rem
edies, in desperntion I bought a cako
of Cutlcura Soap and n box of Cuti
cura Ointment. Thoy loft tho scalp
beautifully clean and freo from
dandruff, and I am happy to say that
tho Cutlcura Reniodlea wero n com
ploto success. I havo also used suc
cessfully tho Cutlcura Remedies for
Bocnllcd 'milk-crust' on baby's head.
Cutlcura is a blessing. MrB. J. A.
Darling, 310 Fifth St., Carthage, Ohio,
Jan. 20, 1908."
Tottor Drug A Chom. Oorr. Solo Props., IJotton.
A certain young minister In Phila
delphia, recently ordained, Is still very
nervous and sometimes his remarks
do not convey exactly tho meaning ho
Intended. A fow Sundays ago he rose,
fumbled with the papers on his desk,
blushed, and then said:
"My Friends: 1 I am sorry to say
that I havo lost tho notes for my ser
mon, nnd I therefore ennnot deliver
It. I will have to do tho next best
thing, therefore, and read a lew chap
ters from tholliblo!" Illustrated Sun
A Sure Enough Pippin.
"Mra. Pippin Ib Hiieli a clever man
ager." "Is Rlie?"
"Yea. Her huKband gave her the
monoy to get their two daughter
graduating dresses, and she bought
herself a lovely gown with It."
Hard to Convince Him.
"So you're going to mnrry old Got
rox' daiiKhter, eh? Well, you know
two c:nn livo cheaper than one."
"I know, but I enn't convlnco her
father of that fact."
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Tho good times wo long for will not
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There's a rich. MtNfying quality in
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Does tho ugly chorus girl come un
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In a nlnrl
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Sunshine Grahams are made of flip lipsr whrif
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