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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1909)
NEW STRENGTH FOR
How to Make a Dad Back Better.
Women who Buffer with liacknclio,
bearing down pains, dizzy spells and
that constant feeling
of dullness and tired
ness, will find hope
In the advice of Mrs.
Mary Hlnson of 21
Strothor St., Mt.
Sterling, Ky. "Had
I not used Doan's
Kidney Pills, I bo-
lleve I would not bo living today," says
Mrs. Hlnson. "My eyesight was poor,
I suffered with nervous, splitting head
aches, spots would dance before my
eyes nnd at tlmoB I would bo so dizzy
I would hnvo to grasp something for
support. My back was so weak and
painful I could hardly bend over to but
ton my shoes and could not get around
without Buffering severely. Doan's Kid
ney Pills helped me from the first, nnd
I continued until practlcnlly well
Itomembcr the name Doan's. Sold
by nil denlers. fiO cents n box. Foster
Mllburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Yes, He Made a Splurge.
"1 suppose Newrlch Is making aultc
a splurge with Ills money"
"He did the day ho backed his auto
oft tho ferry boat." Puck.
Cccxxiscs e System
Disp&scolOls awA Headaches
Acs waVwoXVy, acXsXvvty as
Bcs Jov NcwVocxv aaXtn
To o Vs bexAeJVcxaV eJccXs,
Qwais buy c Gcvuivcve,
manufactured by the
Fig Syrup Co.
SOLD BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS
one size only, regular price 50' per bottle.
Ordinary tonics that merely
supply food material nnd give ar
tificial strength by stimulation arc
never lasting in their effects be
cause they do not remove the
cause of the ill health.
A "run down" conditon is
generally due to the failure of the
dlgestivo organs to properly di
gest tho food.
tones up the stomach and other
digestive organs, and restores
their normal, healthy condition.
Then the digestive organs sup
ply the body with its full share
of nqurishment, and in this way
build up permanont health
Sold by all druggists
S sizes, SOc and 35c.
Dr. D. Jayne's Expectorant Is an
Invaluable medicine for Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis, Croup, Whooping
Couch, Pleurisy, etc.
Positively cured by
these Llttlo Pills.
They nlno relievo DIs-
trcfcufrom Dyspepsia, In
dlccstlonnnilTooIIenrty Entlu?. A perfect rem
edy for DlzzluebH, Nau
sea, Drowblness, liai
TiiBte In the Jluuth, Coat
ed Tongue, Pain In tha
Side, TOKPID LIVER.
They regulate the Dowels. Purely I egetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE.
Genuine Must Bear
Four hundred thousand people
take a CASCARET every nicht
and tiseup in thcmorningnndcnll
them blessed. If you don't beloncto
this preat crowd of CASCARET
takeis you arc miasms the greatest
asset of your life. wo
CA8CAKRTS loc n hox for a week's
treatment, nil driifrfjisU. IJiKRcst seller
lu theworkI. Milliou boxes u mouth.
ImII llll llllll II NGfiVSv?vtib4Ck HV luilUIJIIIllllnllllnllH
NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL CITY
ITEMS OF INTEREST AROUND THE
Adjutant General John C. Hnrtlgan
of tho Nebraska National lluard has
Issued nn order authorizing Major A.
II. Hollingsworth to recruit a gattllng
gun detachment at Hoatrlcp to con
sist of thirty enlisted men nnd two
Mr. 10. Hatnour of Weeping Water,
having received the recommendation
of the Nebraska funeral directors' its
Bocintlon. was elected by unanimous
vote to 1111 the vacancy caused by tho
expiration of his former appointment
on tho state board of embalmers, hla
term to expire July 3, lit 12.
Judgment for $:'.,000 In favor of Mrs.
Iona M. Lllllo ngainst the Modem
Woodmen of America was appealed
by the Insurance organization to the
stnte supreme court. The judgment
In favor of Mrs. Llllio, who had pie
vlously been convicted of murdering
her husband, was obtained In the dis
trict court of Lancaster county.
The Nebraska Telephone comapany
has appealed to tho supreme court
from a judgment for Jfi.OOO obtained
by Sadie M. I.atta, nn employo In tho
company's exchange at University
Place, who was almost electrocuted
by wliat she alleged was an uninsu
lated electric lamp that came In con
tact wlih her while she was on duty.
Governor Sbnllenberger read a com
munication from Dr. 10. Arthur Cnrr
presenting resolutions of the board of
"ectetarles requesting the continua
tion of arrangements for paj incut of
expense of compiling vital statistics.
The homd decided to continue the
compilation of vital statistics, the ex
peiibe of Mich compilation to bo paid
out of the appropriation provided for
such purpose. ,
Governor Shallenberger has np
pointed the following delegates to rep
resent Nebraska at the twelfth an
nual inciting of the mining congress
at lioIdlUld. Nev., September 27 to
October 2: 10. A. Weatherly and
Thoimih Maloney of Omaha, J. C. Van
Ilousen of Schuyler, George R lllli
ner. T. .1. Doylo and Prof. H. II.
'Nicholson of Lincoln, Frank Mans
Held of Albion
Candidates for appointment on the
state hoard of dental secretaries to
till the vacancy enured by the expira
tion of the term of Dr. W. T. Smith
of Geneva, wore Dr. W. T. Smith, Dr.
13. A. Thomas of McCook and Dr.
William 11. Mullen of Uloomfleld. The
llrst ballot resulted in ono vote for
each candidate. Tho second ballot
resulted In a majority of tho votes be
ing cast for Dr. 10. A. Thomas, nnd
ho was declared elected, his term to
oxplre August I, 1011.
The state board of health has ap
pointed Dr. E. A. Thomns of Ited Cloud
on the board of dental secretaries to
succeed Dr. W. T. Smith of Geneva.
The dentnl secretaries will hold a
hearing lu Lincoln for the purpose
of taking testimony In tho case of
a dentist of Kalrbury who Is charged
with Immorality by u lady patient.
The board of health has appointed 10.
Hatnour of Weeping Water to suc
ceed himself on the board of embnlm
ers. Tho appointment Is for a terhi
of three years.
Governor Shallenbergor lias ap
pointed the following delegates to
good roads nnd waterways conven
tions: Delegntes to good roads con
gress, Clevelnad. O., September 21-2H,
1909. Jesse W. Fonts. Dlller; 10. FII
ley, Iteynolds; J. W. McDonnol, Fair
bury; Jebso Gaudy, Uroken 13ow; dele
gntes to lakes to the gulf and deep
waterways convention, Now Orleans,
October .'10, November t and 2, Hal
McCord. Omaha; II. T. Clark, Sr.,
Omaha; II. II. Hanks, Nebraska City;
Judgo H. D. Travis, Plattsmouth; P.
1J. Gordon, Decatur; Col. M. A. Bates,
Plattsmouth; John Flynn, South
Tho llrst move under the law for
the care of Indigent curablu consump
tives has been taken by tho state
board of health. It Iibb designated
Tabltha hospital of Lincoln as a hos
pital whero patients may bo treated
at tho expense of tho county from
which tho pntelent comes. Tho law
provides that tho chnrgo of tho hos
pital shall not exceed $7 a week.
County judges shall receive appli
cations from Indigent consumptives of
tho nature mentioned nnd shall hold
hearings on tho fitness and necessity
of such stato aid for applicant. If
he approves tho application ho shall
ceitlfy tho fact to tho county board,
which shall transport such patient to
some liospltnl approved by tho stato
board of health and shall pay for his
keep while, there. Uut no person
shall be taken earo of without a cer
tificate from a practicing physician
saying thnt such patient is curable.
Stato Flro Wnrden A. V. Johnson
is now finding plenty to do under tho
terms of the law creating his offlco.
Ho has four supposed Incondlary fires
at Omaha under investigation at this
The complaint of EllBworth S. Kirk
man of Kalrbury against C. 10. Lench,
a prnctlcal dentist of Kalrbury, was
referred to the stato board of dental
secretaries, and tho becrotary was di
rected to notify tho complalnnut and
defendant of Mich action
Tho majority of property owners
aro under tho impression that spring,
tlmo Is the only painting time. Hut
tho fall of tho year offers several ml-t
vantages to tho painter. One of the
moBt Important Is thnt surfaces aro1
almost suro to bo dry, nnd there Is no
frost or Inner moisture to work out
after tho paint Is applied.
Pure whlto lead tho Dutch Hoy
Painter kind mixed with pure lln
need oil (tinted as desired) glvos a
winter coat to :i building that Is an
armor against the severest attacks of
tho winter rain, sleet, winds nnd snow.
Nntlonnl Lead Compnny, 1902 Trin
ity lUdg.. New York city, makers of
pure white lead, Dutch Hoy Painter
trndemnrk, aro offering to those In
terested a complete painter's outllt,
consisting of n blow pipe and lend
tester, book of color schemes, etc.
Stato whether you want exterior or
A New Ono About Napoleon.
A "new" story about Napoleon Is
necessarily doubtful; the probability
Is that It Is simply so old that It has
been forgotten. However, hero is ono
that Arthur M. Chunuet prints In
L'Oplnlon us never before published
It rclatcsto Napoleon and Hlucher.
Tho emperor received tho general
at tho castle of Flnkensteln, while ho
was preparing for the siege of Danzig.
He drew him to a window lu nn upper
story nnd paid him compliments on
his military gifts, and Hlucher, going
awny delighted, described tho Inter
view to his nldcdc-ciunp. "Whnt n
chance you missed!" exclaimed tho
"You might have changed tho wholo
course of history."
"Why, you might have thrown him
out of the window."
"Confound it!" replied Hlucher. "So
I might! If only I had thought of It."
New York lOvenlng Post.
The Root of Altruism.
The threo eternal roots of altruistic
energy are these: First, the principle
of justice; that there Is a moral law
beforo which nil men aro equal, so
that I ought to help my neighbor to
his rights. Second, tho principle of
charity; thnt I owo Inllnlto tenderness
to nny Bhnpe or kind of mnn, however
unworthy or useless to tho state.
Third, tho principle of free will; that
1 can really decide to help my neigh
bor, and nm truly disgraced If I do not
do so. To this may bo added the
Idea of a dellnlte Judgment; that Is,
that the action will at some tlmo ter
ribly mutter to tho helper and tho
helped. G. K. Chesterton.
His Size Was Known.
"I wnnt some collars und neckties
for my husband!" she snapped.
Tho clerk offered her the latest
"What slzo aro these?" asked tho
"Why, twelve and a half, madam!"
"How on earth did you guess that?"
"Ah," replied the clerk, smiling,
"gentlemen who let their wives select
their collars nnd tics nlwuy.s take that
Hypocrite In the Hereafter.
Dr. Madison C. Peters was discuss
ing tho question. "Will tho coming
mnn marry?" He instanced a certain
typo of bnchclor.
"This mnn," ho snld, "Is a hypo
crite. Ho uses his religion ns n
"And what will ho do In tho next
world, oh?" said the reporter.
"Oh," said Dr. Peters, "ho won't
need any cloak there."
Wild Horses In Southwest.
Wild horses aro found roaming in
bands on tho plains of Now Mexico,
Arizonn, Nevada and California. Of
50 horses captured by rangers in tho
Modoc nntlonnl forest, about half
proved to bo branded stock which had
grown wi'd, tho others being horses
that had never known tho ownership
Tho man who has tho grentcst com
uand of lnugungo is tho ono who
tnows when to keep quiet.
THE DOCTOR'S WIFE
Agrees with Him About Food.
A trained nurso says: "In tho
practlco of my profession I havo
found so many points in favor of
Grape-Nuts food that I unhesitatingly
recommend it to all my patients.
"It is dellcato and pleasing to tho
palato (an csscntinl in food for tho
sick), nnd can bo adapted to all ages,
being softened with milk or cream
for babies or tho aged when deficiency
of teeth renders mastication Impos
sible. For fevor patients or thoso on
liquid diet I find 'Grape-Nuts and albu
men water very nourishing and re
freshing.' "This rcclpo is my own idea nnd is
mndo as follows: Soak a teaspoonful
of Grape-Nuts in n glass of water for
an hour, strain und servo with tho
benten white of an egg nnd n spoonful
of fruit Julco for flavouring. Thin af
fords a great deal of nourishment that
oven tho weakest stomach can assim
ilate without any distress.
"My husband Ib a physician nnd ho
uses Grnpc-Nuts himself and orderB It
many times for his patients.
"Personally I regard a dish of Grape
Nuts with fresh or stowed fruit ub tho
Ideal breakfast for anyone well or
In nny case of stomach trouble, nerv
ous prostration or brnln fag, a 10 day
trial of Grnpc-Nuts will work wonders
toward nourishing nnd rebuilding nnd
in this way ending tho trouble.
"Thero's a Reason," and trial proves,
Look In pkgs. for tho fnmous llttlo
book, "Tho Road to Wellvlllo."
IJT rrml lite nli)itc Irtterf , new
onn upprnrH from tliun to lime, They
nn- cniuluc, true, uuU full of uuiiiuu
Gold and Silver Trophy
For the Best Ear of Corn
To be known as the W. K.
KELLOGG Nntlonnl Corn
Trophy To bo Given nt
the Nntlonnl Corn
Exposition, f "nut
ff T "Hffi3f nDPAT UK
jx m " " j
'a .m aw mwa
OMAHA, Neb.. JW thnt sQ ploased thc tastcs of thc liule omsor
6 to 18 w agreed with
tins. All are
flavor that has made a nation of Corn Flake caters. Uut this flavor is
found only in Kellogg' s, the kind that you should tisk for and insist on
having. Your grocer
KELLOGG TOASTED CORN FLAKE CO Battle
Jack I wish I had my signal book.
Dust me, I'll bet thnt bend of tho
wrist menus something saucy.
$100 Reward, $100.
The rrailrri of this impcr will ho !!wl to loom
thnt tlurv li at least onu ilrrailul illnnw thnt prunru
Imi lcn Hliln to turn In nil Its Klnsc. nii.l tint M
Uittrrli Hill's Ciitnrtli Cure la thu only pmitlto
euro now Known to tlin nmliral frntmilty ('iitnrrli
Im-Iiik ,i constitution il ilLsiuw, rtiiiitrm n mnMltii
UDii'il trr.itmcit. llnll'H Catarrh Oini to taken In
ternally, nitlint illnctly upon tho blixul mid mucous
Kurljrni of tint fjMoin, thereby tliMrnjInit tlin
foumlillon nf tlm dUciiw. nncl kIvIiik tho pntletit
MrcmUh by building iii tho constitution nnd iNnist
Iiik imturu In dolnK Itx wotl.. 'I he prniirletorn hnu
no inurh faltli In Its curative iKmers that they otltr
Onn lluniln-il Dollirn for any raw Hint It lulls to
turc. Sftid for llxt of tiMlmniitoli
AildriM I. J fill Nl.V A (.O . Ioledo. O.
Snhl by nil UrucKlalH, 7V.
'laic nail's ramlly Tills for constipation.
Tno family skeleton complained.
"I wouldn't mind beini; exhibited
on co In awhile," said the skeleton, ar
tfctiltitlup with illlllculty through Its
set teeth, "but they air mo so fie
fluently In the courtroom, whero tho
air Is always notoriously bad."
Uut who ever thinks of looking at
such exhibitions from the family skel
eton's point of view?
Sheor whlto goods, In met, nny flno
wnsh RoodB when new, owo much of
their attractiveness to tho wny they
aro laundered, this belni; done In a
manner to enhnuco their textile beau
ty. Homo laundering would bo equal
ly satisfactory If proper attention wns
given to stnrchlng, tho first essential
being good Starch, which has sufficient
strength to stiffen, without thickening
tho goods. Try Dcflanco Stnrch and
you will bo pleasantly surprised nt tho
Improved appearance of your work.
The Old' Man's Joke.
".Mnry," called her father, "haB that
young mnn gono yet?"
"No, pn," replied the maid. "Uut
bo's going right now."
"Then nsk him to empty tho pall
underneath tho ico box beforo ho
goes, will you? I forgot It."
Her Bathing Suit.
"Papa, tho stuff I want my now
bathing suit made of costs ten dollnrs
"Well, hero's $1.50 get what you
want, my dear."
No Shape In It.
" Did Hho leave her business In good
"No; slio couldn't. There is no
shape In her business. She's n fash
A little bottle of Hamlin Wizard Oil
in n medicine chest in itself. It can ho
applied in u larger number of painful
ailments than nny other remedy known.
A train of thought won't do you
much good unless you get up enough
steam to carry It through.
or am. hot vi:atiii:k kni:mii:h
rliulrm ImliKMirM Tri',itini'iitimittiiiiriuiiit IVo
l'.ilnUlliTllVrry H.ivU') wlilcMiiiorriiiiii'Hull Ixmi-l
lruuUlf,llku Ul arrtuM,clio)uruuiurbub.imli!)ru. liter j.
When a man Is his own worst ene
my ho really doesn't need any others
Mm. Wltislow'ii Kootlilnif Syrup,
l'or children tccthlnts, oIten tlii:iira, redurcn ln
fl.imnjtluii, ulluy (lalu, tua'n tml collu, Wou l4lle.
Hrazll grows moio coffee than uuy
other country in the world.
SA ftMS- t
HONt ClKlVft WlfAUT THIS UWUTUSt
M FXANE CO.
Tie it Down
?r it nnv wonder? There never was n
thorn. And the same in true with
ready and anxlouri for more beforo the
It'3 all in tlic flavoi thc delightful, different
has it or can get it for you.
A canary hunt; directly over the bit;
stiuato table In the lhiiigiiilan res
taurant. "Once," said a woman who wus din
Iiik theie, "thu bottom dropped out
of tho eiiKo. the blid Hew. at the or
chestra yonder, nnd wo hail blid heed
lu our Ktiup. It wan awful."
"That remliuls me," snhl the cross
eyed man, "of one time when wo were
mnlnt; a little game of poker on tho
II & (). You know hnw those trains
roll. Well, just about the middle or
the mime down came all the Klips and
dross suit eases slrninht Into the
Kitty nnd broke up the t:ame. Money
Hew every wheio. We got so mixed
wo couldn't tell which had won or
where the money was that whoever
had won it won. Talk about bird
A 1 RAIN LOAD OF fOBACOO.
Twonty-four Cnrloado Purchased for
Lowls' Slnrjlo Binder Cigar
What is probably the biicst lot of
nil fancy grade tobacco In-Id by nny
factory m thc United States has just
been purchased by Fr.ii.lc 1. Lewis, of
Pcori.i, for tho manufacture of Lewis'
Single Hinder ''igars. Tho lot will
make twenty -four carloads, and is se
lected from what in considered by ex
perts to bo tno linest crop raised m
many years. The purchase of tobacco
is bufheient to last thu factory more
than two years. An extra price was
paid for tho .election. Smokers of
liwir.' Single Binder Cigars will appre
ciate this tobacco.
-Peoria Star, January 16, igog.
Big Berlin Philanthropy.
More than fiO.ono children were en
abled by tho authorities of Berlin to
upend this summer on land within
eaby reach of tho city limits. They
were nsslgned plots where they could
play and cultivate gardens profitably
with tho help of their families and the
advice of public Instructors.
Important to Mothors.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOHJA a safe nnd suro remedy for
infants and children, and seo that it '
In Uso For Over ;0 Yearn.
The Kind You Havo Always Bought.
Knlcker I hnvo Ideas for n new po
litical party, a new religion nnd n now
Docker Hotter wnlt till the ball
season is over.
ivi uriAinLiy Lwyjujmj
weakest organ. If thero Is weakness of stomach, liver or lungs, there Is a
weak link in the chain of life which may snap at anytime. Often this so-called
"weakness" is caused by luck of nutrition, tho result of weakness or discaso
of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases and
weaknesses of tho stomach and its allied organs aro cured by tho uso of Dr.
Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery. When tho weak or disoascd stomach Is
cured, diseases of other organs which teem remote from tho stomach but which
have their origin mo diseased condition of tho stomach and
other organs of digestion and nutrition, aro cured ulso.
The strong man has a strowi stomach.
Take tho above recommended "Dlscov
cry" and you may havo a strong atom,
ach and a strong body.
Civun Away. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser,
new revised Hdition, is tent free on receipt of stamps to pay
expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for tho
book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for tha cloth-bound vol
utne. Address Dr. It. V. fierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
Pit iSjt idJ)
Part euro and ! Itl y
TMiUououBprtTiiittfrtHH tl u
udJ Ma lino Kltinny roniotl.
It. Khow to vnu rifniirtlnr.
SPOHN MEDICAL CO..
For the purpose of encourAging tho batter brooding in
corn for improving (he quality. W. K. Kellogg, tho
President of tho Toasted Corn V lnko Co. , offers a
1000.00 beautiful solid gold nnd silver trophy
to tho person growing tho best car of corn
in two dilfcrcnl seasons, tho flrr.t season's
specimen to bo sent to tho National
Corn Uxposilion, Omaha, Nob., bo-
fore November, 27th, 1009. Thla
oflor is open to every man,
woman and child in tho
United States. It will bo
judged by the leading
corn authority of
tho world, Prof.
Watch this pn.
ler for fur
better for work,
play or rest if you
cat Quaker Oats
at least once a
In tlie purchase of
t li an absolute
;;ti.r.uitcc of par
ty ami quality.
For your own
that it is on the side of
every keg of white lead
HATICHAL IEAD COMPANY
1902 Trinity Building, Ht Ycik
This Brand of Washing
ton Red Cedar Shingles
They nro so well mndo carefully
graded not over dry they last,
and cost no uioro to lay thnn
ordinary brands, lnslston liavlng
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO. 39-1909.
Kuch of tho chief or-
lians of tho body is a
i link in tho Chain of
Life. A chain is no
stronttor than its
weakest link, tho body
no stronger than its
rink Eye, Cplzooda
& Cutarrhal Fever
pre? etitlvo, no matter how bonce atuny noare Infected or
'( IUU luiiKUui ucifl uu tuu ntuufi mik uiauut e.)ia ma
Chirrs DUtviuitiT hi Imts nnU htiocp amt ( 'holer in
i MJi-ftfi&rjixTi atj. I 1
tL lYfflga-i ",t
rr nmmm iiiiw M(
11' 0'.WI(pASKltpuimDEAlRWUfl Ivll
I T 1 of tills paper de- II
I Keaaers wi I
anything adver- IB
I titetl in its columns (houlu insitl upon II
I having wliat they ask (or, refuting all
I subilitute or imitations. II
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brifHt(tM)ii riiiivrHtnrk rinmiv. i;urri ia iiriuitti ntiioni nuinavn boinctf
rOLmllu UittlUt l&aailllOsjUoxon. Ciit thin out. Krep
k reniony. i;urr ia un
wlifi will ifot It forvuu.
wimwiuiioiHioryou, rrvo huokioi, "uis(cmpor,vuu
GOSIIEIJ, JD U. S, A.
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