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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1910)
LIKE BASHFUL BO
A SIGNAL OF DI
FAMOUS EXPLORER STOOD BE'
FORE FELLOW DINERS.
. . lJ
TommySay, auntlo, what did Undo
John marry you for?
Aunt Why, for love, of course.
Tommy (modltatlvolj) I I'm! I.ovo
will mnlo a man do almost anything,
won't It, auntie?
Much of the chronic largeness
in horses is due to neglect.
See that your horse is not al
lowed to go lame. Keep Sloan's
Liniment on hand and apply at
the first sign of stiffness. It's
wonderfully penetrating goes
right to the spot relieves the
soreness limbers up the joints
and makes the muscles clastic
Here's the Proof.
Mr. G. T. Roberts of Rcsaca, Oa.,
R.F I). No. i, llox 43, writes : " I liao
used jour Liniment on a horse forsuce
ney and effected a thorough cure. 1 al
so removed a ip.iv in on a mule. This
spavin was as large as a puinea egR. In
my estimation tholcst remedy for Iame
cess and soreness is
Mr. II.M.GIbbi.of Lawrence, Kans.,
K.U.D. No. 3, writes: "Your Llnl
rrent is the best that 1 have ever used.
I had a mare with an abscess on her neck
t and one 50c. bottlo of Sloan's I.tnimcnt
entirely cured her. I keep it around all
the time for Rills and simll swellings
and for everything about the stock."
will kill a spavin,
curb or splint, re
duce wind puffs and
swollen joint, and
is a sure and speedy
remedy for fistula,
: and thrush.
Price C0c. and $1.00
Mmtit'ii tinil .in
linriu. imUlr, Mil','!
11111I poultry irut
Dr. Earl S. Sloan,
Boston, Macs., U. S. A.
Cut out catbirtic and purgatiTej. Thr tt LrcsU
nrir unncccswiry. i iy
E'Ally on liie brrr.
jLmiinle Inle, and
BDf mtiftne of
Sick lietiult nj toJiititioa, aj m31ioni lnovr.
Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price
GENUINE murt hear signature:
What Govornor Dortocn, of Illinois,
sayo Auout it:
OovornorlHsni'cn.of Illlnnln, nwn is nee.
1011 or innii.m nmikiiiciieHHii,
ruiimin. 110 lm s&lil In
"Ai nn American I nra
aoititlitr.it to mo thu re.
rnarluililo iirnisromi of
Western Cntimlii. Our
peonlo lire llockl tig ncrnt.
vno iHiuii'i'irx 111 inou
Biiniln, iiii'l I iuiiu not set
wet ono who iilmlttoii
tut hn 1 rnii'lo n nii.tuli'.
1 hiy nro nil iloliu will.
'A hprii li Mcnri'iili 11 niiti.
ainiiutty 111 tli MMcll.i or
ll.mii III .null-" lllliv Hill,
not n jvprp.cntntlm in Alunllobii,
.SiinkuUliuwim or Alberta."
125 Million Bushels of
Wheat in 1909
Wpdti'rn (Innnlu field crop for
190 will imhIIv mill to thu furui.
vr 1711,000, (10(1. 00 In i'ikIi.
1 ri'OlliillMHliiiilHor HIHlllTC.
mill iri-iiiiiitlinii or I (10 iicrt'ii
nt if. 1, 00 mi uiri'. Jtiillway and
LnndOominuili Imio Inml fnrmiln
ntrinMmaliirlni. Aluiir form
ers Initn imlil fur lliilr Inml out
if thi' prnciM'iN l fimt i nip.
Hlileiiitlil cllniiiti', iroiiil hcIiiioIk,
drrlleiit iMlhiny tin llltlrn,liitv
fivluht rnli'x, iimmI, miiIit (tint
lllllllllT llnlly OlllllllH'll.
inr iiiinililt't ' 1mi Hi"t Wet,"
pnrticuliiM im to Hultnlilu lointinn
ami low pottlern' ruto, npply to
Hnn't of Immliirntlnn. Ottawn,
L'ua., or to t'uuiuliaa tlov't Aecnt.
VV. V. BENNETT
Room 0:s Bldr. Omiki, KjS,
(l sonddn'Mneirrht yon ) (I)
rir- i4 m
Aa BlfiV1: ..::-: :.:-
jfXiaiM rt m r dc
As)k Jlnjrw'fw Mi . . r
UlifliiS 11 XUpflK
"I tried nil kinds of blood remedies
which failed 10 do me nny good, but I
have found the right thinp: nt last. My
face was full of pimples and black-heads.
After taking Cascarcts they all left. I am
continuing the use of tuetn and recom
mending them to my friends. I feel fine
when I rise in the morning. Hope to
have a chance to recommend CnFcarcts."
lfrcd 0. Wilten, 76 Him St., Newark, K. J,
CUT THIS OUT, mall It with your nd
drosH to Ktrrlln Remedy Company, Chi
ciiko, Illinois, and rrrolvn n lmndsnino
6ucnli Eld L'on Don KUi:i:. U.'-J
Eulogistic Speeches Too Much for
Henry M. Stanley, Whom His
Comrades In Africa Knew aa
Man of Iron.
"Ili'loro I mot Henry M. Stanley,'
says William II. HlcU'liitf In McCluro'H.
"1 had tnlkotl with men who had boon
under him in his African oxpetlltlons,
and nil thoy told me nhout him was
more or less uppalllns
"Ho wns not Inhuman, but In desper
ate straits ho sparoil neither man nor
beast, nor would ho defor to the coun
sel or the pleas of others or have any
patience with less than Instant and
iinrpiostionlnK obedience, to his or
ders under till circumstances. Ho
would not forbear under arguments or
excuses or relax his severity by any
familiarity or pleasantries, even when
his object had been gained. He was
both despot and martinet; stern, ex
acting, uncompromising, silent, humor
less, Inscrutable. Croinwelllan.
" 'I cannot say that wo loved him,'
one of his lieutenants said to mo; 'wo
wore all afraid of him, but wo all be
lieved in him. When ho hadn't bis
rille in hnnd ho had his llible, and no
matter where our camp was or bow
long nnd distressing our inarch had
been be never missed bla bath and
shavo In the morning.' "
This aspect of the explorer was very
different from that which ho showed
to the guests at a dinner which the
Papyrus club of Hoston gave in bis
"Whether ho sat or stood," says Mr.
Hldeing. "be lldgeted and answered In
monosyllables, not becauso ho was nu
nmlable or unappreclatlve but be
cause he this man of Iron, whose
word In the Held brooked no contradlc
diction or evasion, ho who defied ob
staeles and danger and pierced the
heart of darkness was bashful oven
In thu company of fellow craftsmen.
"His embarrassment grew when
after dinner the chairman eulogized
him to the audience; ho sciuirmed nnd
averted his face as cheer after cheer
confirmed tho speaker's rhetorlcnl
ebullience of praise. Gentlemen, 1 In
troduce to von Mr. Stanley, who,' etc.
"The hero stood up slowly, painful
ly, reluctnntly, and with a gesture of
deprecation tumbled In first one and
then another of his pockets without
finding what be sought. It was sup
posed that ho was looking for his
notes, and inoro applause took the
edge off tho delay.
His mouth twtehod without speech
for another awkward minute before,
with a more erect bearing, he pro
duced the object of his search and put
It oii'hls head. It was not paper, but
a rag of a cap, and with thnt on he
faced tho company as one who by that
act bad done all that could bo e
nccted of him, anil made further ac
knowledgment of the honors ho had
received superfluous. It was a cap
that Livingstone had worn and that
Livingstone hnd given him."
"Death tho .Meddler." who stalks in
upon us, often unannounced, always
teirlfying, plays sad havoc with tho
tenor of our lives, cutting short cher
ished plans and ambitions with a
hopelessness that admits of no allevi
ation, says the Chaileston News and
Cornier. The change that follows la
his wake is sharp and sudden, and
the task of trying to cover up tho
broken places and adjust ourselves to
the new conditions is no easy one.
Death, however, is not tho only fac
tor concerned in effecting sumo of tho
most vital changes In our life's
routine. Wo forget to tako account
of time; wo fail to realize thnt tho
sorvlco wo render to others will not
always satisfy them and thnt other In
forests will come into their lives In
which we can hnvo no part. Wo hnvo
been so contented, tho family clrclo
so complete, that when tho shndow
of some coming change first throws
Itself across our path wo can hardly
recognize Ub truo import. Wo try to
Imagine, that wo do not see Its dim
outlines; we try to delude ourselves
Into believing that it will pass us by,
and yet in our hearts we know that It
is there. Wo do not fully rcallzo the
advantages of famlllnr intercourse un
til that Intercourse Is interrupted and
we suddenly fnco the loss which has
come into our life.
The New Hen.
Of the late Atlierton Wight, one ot
the founders of fashionable Newport,
a I'hiladelphlan said at tho Hltlou
".Mr. might was amused by the
antics of tho militant suffragettes. At
a Christmas luncheon at tho Hellovuo
ho ouco sat next to n lady with suf
fragette notions. Plovers' eggs, hard
boiled formed ono course, and the
lady called Mr. might's attention to
tho high cost of plovers' eggs this
" 'Even though,' she said, 'they havo
to bo Hhlpped from England, I don't
sou why their prico should havo near
ly doubled, do you?'
' 'Well or not exactly.' murmured
Mr. Wight, 'though they do say thnt
tho hen plovers havo taken to nctlng
very oddly of late strutting round,
nnd growing topknots nnd spurs, and
oven trying to learn to crow.' "
A Bad Case.
"What seems to bo tho matter?"
"I'm troubled with Insomnia."
"Can't sleep nights, eh?"
"I can't oven sleep mornings, doc."
A WARNING THAT MUST NOT BE IGNORED
Pain in the back is the kidneys' signal of distress. If this
timely warning is ignored, kidney disease silently fastens
its deadly grip for kidney sickness first shows itself in
pains and disorders in other parts, and the real cause is too
often hidden until fatal Brighl's disease or diabetes has set
in. Suspect the kidneys if you are rheumatic and nervous
or have lame back, painful, too frequent or scanty urination,
weak heart, dizzy spells, headaches, bloating or neuralgia.
What you want is a special kidney medicine not an
experiment, but one that has stood the test for years.
Doan's Kidney Pills relieve weak, congested kidneys eure
backache regulate the urine.
gfftS wiy Pieturo I
fol fiKUS Tell i A Story': I
A KIDNEY REMEDY OF 75 YEARS' EXPERIENCE
DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS began curing lame backs and sick kidneys 75 years ;igo. The demand
lead a nearby druggist, James Doan, to prepare it for sale. From him tho magic formula passed to the pres
ent proprietors. Now, as in those early days, J Noun's A'idiuy Pills arc made from only the purest drugs;
and arc absolutely non-poisonous. They are used and praised all over the civilized world.
Every Picture Wp-
M if 'fey
Mill I '!
DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS MAKE LASTING CURES
J. R. Wack, 1005 K Sixth street, Toprka.
Kansas, f.ts- 'In tho spring ot iSrjo I'oan s
Kidney Pills litcmglit uiu sui h gtc.it ii'hcf that I
did not hi'sit.itc to make the fact known and givu
this icmcdy my most eat nest eiulori'iiicnl in
my Matt'int'tit I s.nil that for three c,'its I li.nl
Milfcri'd from kidney complaint. I had a dull
grumbling ache n cross the small of m back that
greatly inconvenienced 1110 when reaching and
stt.uning 111 doing my wotk, An annoying kidney
weakness was also in evidence and it was nut of
the ipiesiiuti for me to sleep well In the morning
1 wns all tired out and it can be seen that 1 was
in bad shape, '1 lie use of Do.in's Kidney I'illt
quickly and surely drove away these swnptoms of
kidney complaint and I have since been m guud
'1 ho foregoing statement was given in March
1005. and when Mr Hl.ick was interviewed 011
Nov. 12, njie, Ik; said; ' I have never had a
return ntt.-uk of kidney complaint and I know that
inv 1 nn is a permanent one My faith in Dean's
Kidney I "ills is stronger than ever.
Mis James Crooks, l'irst St., N W . American
1'ork, I'l.th, savs, ' 1 hail kidney complaint for ten
ears or more Sometimes a twinge darted through
the small of inyb.irkand I of ten became so helpless
that I was compelled logo to bed with my clothes
on Tho attacks often Listed for days at a tium
and 1 could not even stoop to put 011 my shoes.
My condition was certainly alarming Tho i.ecre
turns from my kidneys were irregular in passage
and contained a heavy sediment after standing. I
well know what tho misery kidney complaint
causes and I can therefme appreciate thu merits
of a remedy 1l1.1t noes tins disease Dean's
Kidney Pills lived up to the claims made for them
in my case and effected 11 cure My kidneys wero
estored to .1 normal condition and my health
gieatly improved " (Statement given Aug 112,10,07.)
On Aug. 21, inof). Mis Crooks was interviewed
by one of our representatives and she said "It
gives me pleasure to reendoro Dean's Kidney
Pills Tliey cured my backache and my health
is now good Other membeisof my family have
taken this teincdy with decided benefit "
A TRIAL FREE
Tett Doan'i Kid
ney Pills Yourself
Cut out this coupon, mail it to Foster-Milburn
Huff do N V A frco trial packago o
Do.m s Kidney Pills will be mailed ou
IPIheBjinhTiiere Snlil l,v
HIS VISIT MOST OPPORTUNE
all dealers Prictf 5o cents?. FosiER-MiLbURN Co. 'Buffalo, N Y? Proprietors .
WITH THE BOHEMIANS.
Another Day's Delay and the Result
Would Have Dcen Unfortunate
For the Physician.
A lady wns very solicitous nhout her
health. Kvery triflo nindo her uneasy,
nnd tho doctor wns called Inline
dintely. The doctor was a Hltillful man, and
consequently had n lurgo practice. It
was very disagreeable to him to be so
often called away from his other cases
for nothing, and ho resolved to take an
opportunity of letting tho lady see
this. Ono day tho lady observed a red
spot on her hand, nnd at once sent
for tho doctor. Ho came, looked at
her hand, and said:
"You did well to send for me early."
The lady looked nlnrmcd and asked:
"Is It dangerous, then?"
"Certainly not," replied tho doctor.
"To-morrow tho spot would havo ills
appeared, nnd I should havo lost my
feo for this visit."
Deafness Cannot 6c Cured
by local application, ns they miiiiot rrach tho ill.
concil tmrtiou of the car. Thi-ro In only ono ay to
cure ilrufnuss, and that la by rutwtltiUion.il rrniitllm.
DcafnnM U caused t,y an InlUnii'it condition ol tho
mucous llnlnit of tho I'.ualudilui 'lube. When thu
tube Li LnlUmnl yuu hive u rumhllne ecuik) or Iru
perfect hearing, anil when It M entirely cliivd. Deaf
ness is tho result, and unlem tho Inflammation ran bo
taken out and this tubo riitored to It normal ioiiJI
Hon hearing villi ho iletriiycd forever; nine caw
put of ten nro eaiw.it by tJatarrli. which H nuthlug
but nn nilnmed condition of the tnucoun surfaces.
Wo will Klve Ono Hundred Dollars for any caw of
Deatni-sn caty.nl by catarrh) that riinnot be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure, rend for circulars, free.
.... ' CIIi:.Ni:v & CO., Toledo, O.
Fold by DniritltP, 75c.
Yukc Hall's Family Tills for constipation.
Fair, r-at anu l ide-y.
A KniiHiiu snt on tho bench nt At
lantic City watching a fair and fat
bather disporting herself in tho surf.
He l:nov nothing of tides, and ho did
not notice that each succeeding wnvo
came a llttlo closer to his root. At
last an extra big wavo washed over
his shoo tops.
"Hoy, thurol" ho yelled at tho fair,
fat bather. "Quit yer Jiunpln' up and
down! D'yo want to drown mo?"
Mr. CrlmBonbenlt Hero's nn Item
which says tho swan outlives any
other bird, In oxtromo cases reaching
Mrs. Crlmsonheak And remember,
John, tho swan lives on water.
Tightness acroim the chest mcann a cold
on this limns. It iiumiih niir-cry and din
comfort every minute, if nothing woin'.
What's the answer? Hub tho client with
Ilamhns Wizard Oil quick.
Calumny Is not only tho greatest
benefit a roguo can confer on us, but
tho only sorvlco ho will perform for
ni.rs cunKii in i to m days.
"A0,01NTMi:hTIiniiiniiiliii('lo euro any enn
ii llchliii.', Illlnd, lllc-illi.ir or I riitruuiiiBrf0, in
ilultdaymiriuouey ittunded, tun, fcmin
Uvcry mother knows a lot of good
rules for ralblng other people's children.
Tho Poet Just avoided a serious ac
cident, old chap. While I lie wind storm
was raging the'feneo blow down and I
had to dodgo a billboard.
Tho Artist You nro lucky, my
fiiend. In a few hours I'll have to
dodgo a boardbill.
A TRAIN LOAD OF TOBACCO.
Twenty-four Carloads Purchased for
Lewis' Single Binder Cigar
Whnt Is probably the biggest lot of
all fancy grade tobacco held by any
fnetory In tho United States has just
been purchased by Prank I'. Lewis, of
1'eorln, for tho manufacture of Lewis'
SInglo Hinder Cigars. Tho lot will
inako twenty-four carloads, and Is se
lected from what ! considered by ex
perts to bo tho fluent crop raised in
many years. The purchaso of tobacco
Is sufficient to lasl the factory moio
than two years. An extra prico wns
paid for tho selection. Smokers of
Lewis' Singlo Hinder Cigars will appre
ciate this tobacco.
Peoria Star, January JO, 1009.
Still In the Family.
Among tho domestic duties of a
young husband Is the careful stipeni
slon of tho toilets of his wife's two
dogs, one n Croat Dane and the other
a by no means diminutive St. Hcrnard
"Oh, Marie," shouted hubby from
tho yard lato ono afternoon, "there's
not n flea on tho dogs now!"
"How splendid!" shouted back
Mario. "Not a single lien?"
"No!" yelled Tom. "Thoy nro all
Sermons are based upon tcxtb, po
Iltical hpecihcs upon pretexts.
1T.KKV IMV1V IMlVKII.MMt
when tliiiriiiixhly riinliid 111 ti-lliv i'k mi.Hiis nnd
NimHi In Julius ur iiuim'Ii'h fhim nnr i.uim- All
drtit:KKt ft, ..'., .'iV'cH'i. l.iiKi'liiiillcsthuihi'iipi'M
Alisenco of occiinallou is not rest: n
niliiil finite vnniilit Is u mind illKM-fiKsuul I
ilrn. Wlmilim'H Sontliliier Syrup.
Tor children ti'i'tliliiK, wiflrtiH ihoituriH, leiluccs In
Uaiuiimlloii, all.i) a pulu, cures wUid cullu Mo a bottle.
jrrasKMijniu wi wuwj(iWiiuiMiJMii
A small boy nover looks comfortable
In his Sunday clothes.
W. N. U.,
73 f of lliii paper de-
tised in its columns sliould instil upon
having what tliey tuk (or, refusing oil
suliili'utet or imitauous.
Invenlor"' book free. Jleelor
A It'ilili. I '.it Att)h, im-is;
.Milllll JlldK, Wunh , D. U,
LINCOLN, NO. 3-1910.
Stomach Blood and
Much eickness starts with weak stomach, and consequent
poor, impoverished blood. Nervous and pulc-pcoplc luck
good, rich, red blood". Their stomachs need invigorating
lor, after ull, a man can be no stronger than his stomach.
A remedy that makes the stomach strong and the liver
active, makes rich red blood and overcomes and drives
out disease-producing bacteria and cures u whole multi
tude of diseases.
Gcf rid of your Stomach Weakness and
Liver Laziness by taking a course ot
Vr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
tho Urcat Stomach Iicstoratlve, Liver
Invliorator and Blood Cleanser.
You can't afford to accept any medicine of unknown
composition as a substitute for "Golden Mcdicul Discov
cr)'," which is a medicine on known composition, having
n complete list of ingredients in plain English on its bottle-wrapper,
same- being attested as correct under oath.
Dr. Plerce'a Pleasant Pellets rtgulaio anil Invigorate Stomach,
gfh-- i '.V n '''
Jf 1 ' MU
Liver ami Bowels.
Not a Model Family.
"Your father doesn't think you havo
been especially well behaved," said
tho small boy's uncle.
"I know that," answered the preco
cious juvenile. "Hut things I havo
heard mother say make me think ho
Isn't nny great judge of high cIubs deportment."
Tlie RAYO LAMP Is a high .grade lamp, sold at a low price.
There ore lamps that cost more, but thereis no belter lamp at any
price. The Burner, tho Wick, tho Chimney. I IolJer all aro
vital things in n lamp; there pat Is of the RAYO LAMP aro
perfectly constructed and there is nothing known in tho art of
lamp-malin that could add to the valuo of die RAYO as
a light-riving device. Suitable for any room in any house.
Kvi'rr dc.iler OYrrvwIiere. If not at vonrii.mrltn
fur dewrlptlTn circular to tho ncurost At'tncyof tho
A Tmrr.INO COIUJII will hfrim a perma
nent onn unlets Moind, Alli'U'Nliuni; It.'ilNim "III
Hurly Mnii It. A '..V- Imllln U l.irio i'IiiiiikIi for that,
hold by nil druii itlfciii.'!.MK ii ml tl.UJ buttles.
An Obvious Proposition.
"Havo you a plain cook?"
"You bet sho in. My wlfo wouldn't
havo any other kind In thu house."
TO VI Itn A. COI.II IN DM! Il.tY
Tako I.A.XA'IIVK llllliVO Qulnlnn Tuhlel.
liriiirKlMnri'tiiiiil iiionrjr If II fails In mre. 1., W.
CilUn'li'rlfc'timiuri' lami iiu-li tiox. Ylc.
Sometimes a nian's wisdom Is due to
the possession of u clever wlfo,
D fcijf fjfjss
"! ODCTO CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNESS, RHEUM
ATISM, STOMACH and LIVER COMPLAINT
BETTER THAN PILLS FOR LIVER ILLS
SURE TO ACT
A. H LCWIS MIOICINC CO,, ST. LOUIS, MO.
WULFSOHN GMISS FUR CO., Inc.
2IG Nlcoltot Ave, Mlnnonpoll8, Wllnn.
Pays Highest Prices for Raw Furs. Ask Your Neighbors About Us
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