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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 14, 1912)
for Duke's Mixture
Good tobacco and a pood reel J That's surely n lucky
combination for the anglci and here's the way you can
have thcci both.
All smokers should know Duke's Mixture made br
Liggett y Myers at Durham, N. C.
Pay what you will, you cannot get better granulated
tobacco for 5c than the biff ounce and a half sack of
Duke's Mixture. It's good any way you smoke it.
Get a Good Fishing Red Free
by saving the Coupons now packed in Liggett $ JHyer DuWfl
Mixture. Or, if you don't want n reel gctany onoof tbo hundreds
of oth-r articles. In the list you will find something for every
member of the family. Pipes, cigarette cases, catcher's gloves,
1 Built Her Own Home.
Miss Frances Lyon ot Wcstwood has
the distinction of ' being tho only
woman in New England who lives in
a house literally built with her own
hands. Miss Lyons belongs to a club
whose members are practicing the doc
trine of going back to the farm. The
club Is limited to 40 members and
owns property to the amount of $1,000
and about 70 acres of farming land not
far from Westwood. Each member
holds a deed to one acre and the bal
ance of the land Is held in common to
be rented to any member who wishes
to try farming on a larger scale.
'Thero is nothing in, this place but
"Just my hard luck."
Perhaps a man can't be married
against his will, but many a poor man
discovers later that ho was married
against his bettor Judgmont.
CURBS BURNS AND CUTS.
Colo's Carbollialve stops the pain Initantlr.
Cures quick. No tear. All a ruKRUtt. 25 and 50c. Adv.
A volco used too much In scolding
Jb not good to Blng with.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
For Backache, Rheuutiua, Kidney aid Bladder
VHKY AR RIOHEST IN OURAYIVK QUALITIKB
CONTAIN NO HABIT FOflMINQ OrlUOS
ARK BAPS. SURB, AND SAVB YOU MONEY
3.00 '3.50 '4.00 M.50 AND '5.00
FOR MKN AND WOMEN
Beam wmmr W. L. Dmvglmm 99.00, $2.B0m$9.00Smht
mm, easiaw inns wm pmmnivmfy meitwrnmrn term
mmhm ml arsf Jnjuy bAbm, mmmm mm thm mmm'm mhmmu.
W.L.Douglas makes aad sells mora $3.00r$3 J50 & $4.00 shoes 1
than any other manufacturer la tha world. (
THE STANDARD OP QUALITY FOR OVZR SO YEARS.
Tha workmanship which has made W. L. Douglas shoas famous the world
ver is maintained in avary pair.
Ask your dealer to show you W. L Douglas latest fashions for fall and winter
wear, notice -the ehort vantpa which saaka tha foot look smaller, points in
ahoe particularly desired by young ma. Also tha conteroatlvm a fyf which
have mad W. L. Douglas shoes a household word everywhere.
If you could visit W. L. Douglas large factories at Brockton. Mass, aad at
for yourself how carefully W. L. Douglas shoes are made, you would then ua
derstand why they are warranted to fit better, look better, hold their shape and
wear longer than any other make for tha price. fmtt Color tnltU.
liAU I ruri.-. 1 eprotect rotl afalaat Utferlor (hoes, W. U DouaUs ftasapa U. Mate oa the
torn. Look tor the ttajnp. Baware oT auhttltata. W.UDaBtuaheeaareaeUiaTB
" S "IS- '7 venrwliare No nutter where rev Uve, ther ere within row
, II your daalar caaaot supel y ou, write (Urect to fMterr for cattle alMwbut how U
t your dealer caaaot aupetyvou, write allrect to h
'ssalb Bhees aeal eTac where. Belivewr ehsfswi
aMtCosfhSrap. TutaiOasd. Vat
la lima. SoM If Drag (Ma,
cameras, watches, toilet articles, etc.
These handsomo presents cost you
nothing not ono cent. They simply
express our appreciation of your
Remember you still get the same
big one and a half ounce sack for Ac
enough for many satisfying smokes.
Daring November and Decern
ber only, toe wiO eend our new
Uluilrated catalogue of present
FREE, Simply send us your
name and address.
Coutont from Vuie't Mixture may It
azsorita wnn tart tram HUKSE
SHOE, J.T..TIN3UYS NATURAL
LEAF. GRANGER TWIST. e.wj
trom FOUR ROSES (lOt-tin douili
couton), PICK PLUG CUT, PIED.
MONT CIGARETTES, CUX d
GARETTE3, and otJUr tail or
coupons tutudbp ut.
Address Presniaaa Dept.
St. Louts, Mo.
IUkMv.no matter bo "ipoed " kfrt frombTlng tba dla-
.mv, uu uim.mj. ugw .luuwui .rvi rum ..Tin. IBS Ola
r uln Bi-OUNV UQUillUlBTEaPEIl CUKBT"oit oa
Krae.qr In feed, Acta on tba blood and aipala nrni of
! of dlrtemper. Beat ramady erer known for man In f oaL
English 8tump 8peech.
A correspondent, "Old Briney,"
sends ub the following specimen ot
frenzied stump oratory: "Feller
blokes! Thanks tor th' guv'mont, yer
got yer d'mlnishln' wage, and yer lit
tie loaf, an' all that. Wotcher got
ter do now la ter go fer devil-ootlon
and local anatomy, an' go it blind I"
(Loud cheers.) London Globe.
Doing His Part.
"What part are you taking in the
war on fllea?"
"I do sentry duty at the breakfast
table over the milk pitcher every
Constipation ceases and aggravates many
serious diseases. It is thoroughly cured by
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. The favorite
family laxative. Adv.
What a Question.
"There Is a use for everything."
"Huh! Has anyone ever found s
sensible use for a phonograph?"
If a newly wedded man bas no se
crots from his wife it Is rather bard
on the other women he might have
married, but didn't.
manufacturer. Cut.thowa bow to poultloa tbroata. Our fras
poklatctmaaTarTtblntr. Local acrata hum, Largsat Balling
boras nmady In iUleoo-twlT ntn,
WOMEN IN GENERAL
One Woman Taught to Discrim
inate Between Real Love
By A. MARIA CRAWFORD.
"Mnny n man falls to marry be
cause ho !h afraid of being refused
by tho ono woman lie wnnts," assort
vtl Hob Thorno, for ten yeorH tho most
'desirable bachelor in tho town
"You nssutnu to Rrant, then," inter
posed .Mabel St. John from tho other
jBitio of tho dinner table, "Unit old
.bachelors, llko old iiiuids, seldom llnd
ithuniBohoH In their relative condi
tions in life from choice."
"A man must tnko tho initiative In
Huch cases and 1 think ono Is n cow
ard who secB his ImpplnoBH nnd then
through fear, refuses to mako an ef
fort to obtain it. Moreover, ho may
bo u thief, for It the woman caren,
ho robs lior, too, of posslblo happi
ness." "Vou'ro wrong about that, Mabel,
my dear," declared Larry IlrlBcoe.
"Women havo ways nnd means of
I looting n man know if they care for
uini, suriousiy, i mean. '
"Not the old-fauhlotied gcntlowom
Anno Itogcrs' volco was low but nr
restive. Kvurybody turned to look at
her. Sho was the most nought after
woman in tho town. Opportunity
had succeeded opportunity for her to
mako u brilliant nmrrlago but she had
refused them, ono after tho othor, nnd
her friends, interested, wondered
"I spoko of women In gcnernl, Anno,
not of an exception llko you. I am
Bind that you aro so delightfully old
fashioned In your ideas of the niceties
"1 did not mean to bo personal,"
went on Anne. "There nro many wom
en, the majority of them, I bellove,
who aro modest enough to dcslro be
ing sought rather than to throw them
selves headlong in a man's nrms."
"Hy what method. Anne," nsld
Bob Thorno, "may u man pursua tho
right way and yet save his prldo In
caso sho doesn't want him?"
"Hear! Hear!" cried Larry laugh
ing. "The great Hob has explained
tho mystery of his stato of single
blessedness. Ho 1b particular about
saving tho Thorno pride. Who Is tho
woman? Let's all guess! His race
will answer when wo strike tho right
But Bob Thorno had himself well In
hand. It is not easy to tako an ex
perienced man of the world unawares.
"All right," ho returned umiably.
"Who Is she and why havo I never
"You admit then that there Is a
"I admit nothing. Such n disclos
ure was nominated in tho bond. Pro
ceed, Larry! Stretch me on tho rack
and see me squirm."
"It's coma woman of a royal family
whom you have mot abroad," ven
tured one. "Lady Eleanor something
In London about four years ago. I
remember tho gossip reached me In
"No." interrupted Larry, "it's that
little young thing that camo visiting
your Bister last winter. I mind mo
well how you took on a swagger in
those days. Nothing like an innocent
baby face to catch an old fellow like
"His expression bnB not changed.
Now for my supposition! I say that
it la Mrs. Fay Robinson, tho dashing
widow. It takes experience to Bnaro
tho wary. Your turn, Anne!" .
"May I ask a question first,
"Would you want a woman who
could forget her own pride to save
yours a woman who could offer her
self to you?"
"No, I don't think I would, Anne,"
answered Bob slowly.
"Anno's playing for time. I say It Is
Anne herself who has caught and held
tho gifted Mr. Thorno," said Mabel
St John. "You will nil admit that he
Is changing color at last.
'Bob Thome tried to laugh but fail
Anno saw his face whiten under tho
summer tan. Her bead went a trifle
"Not I, Mabel," she turned to tho
girl on her left, "for everybody knows
that had Bob asked mo, I would have
married him. Now you havo solved
my mystery In place of his. Let us
proceed with our salad. It's lovely
and tempting, isn't It?"
Anno avoided Bob's eyes when aft
er liqueur nnd cigars, tho men enmo
Into tho drawing-room where tho wom
en were having coffee.
"Anne, thoy tell mo you are going
abroad to study again. You'ro much
too clever as you are. Say you'ro not
going," pleaded Larry. "Wo miss you
terribly when you'ro gone."
"You aro a comforting sort ot
"Do you soil Boon?" Bob Thome
flicked tho ashes carefully from his
"Yes, tho first of the month." Anno
rose nnd went toward her hostess,
her slouder, rounded flga.ro charming
ly garbed in sappblro with overdress
of black chiffon. There wero dia
monds at her throat and breast and
she looked a priestess of a summer
night, all starlight and blue, so Larry
whispered to a neighbor.
, She was leaving for a late muslcalo
and when sho had spoken to her hos
tess and turned away, sho found Bob
Thorno before her.
' "I am going to the Hamilton' must
oale. May I taka you?"
When they were outside In the big
deserted street. Thorno suggested that
they walk to tho entertainment.
"It Is n lovely night," agreed Anno
"Supposo wo do!"
"Anno," said Thome when they had
walked along In sllenco for a little
way, "do you remember that summer
six years ago when you camo hero
, "Yes. You wero very good to mo In
thoso days," answered tho woman
quietly. "I was young and you taught
mo much about llfo that otherwise I
must hnvo learned by oxperlenco, bit
"What did I teach you?"
"The most helpful lesson was to
discrimlnato between real love and
sham. There wero many men about
mo. Tho knowledge that mime cared
for my money which I might lose.
Homo for my bo called beauty which
must fade, warned mo to stop and
ponder who loved Anne."
"And you found?"
"Nobody I daresay I havo grown
hard to please llko my toucher."
"It's three years Hluco 1 havo been
to noo jou, Anno. I havo missed
"Yes, you never camo bark nftei
you heard Duncan trying to make lovo
to mo. Why?"
"Don't you know?"
"How could I?"
"Instinct. It answers a woman as
reason answers a man."
"Why didn't you romo ngaln? I
am going to my doctor cousin In
Vienna. 1 will be gono for months,
"Aie you not well, Anne?"
"No," said Anno softly, "I nm not
well. A caso of nerves, they toll me
here. I don't want to pose ob an In
valid bo I lot peoplo bollovo, if thoy
will, that I nm going to study again."
"I am sorry. You know that Mabel
una right tonight when slid sntd that
tho ono woman for mo Is you. I bo
lloved that you loved Duncan "
"Oh, Hob, you couldn't havo bo
lieved that. You simply couldn't."
"You Baved my prldo at tho ex
pense of your own at tho tablo. I lovo
you for it more than ever. Marry
me, dear, and lot mo tako you abroad
and sea you got well. Is it poBslblo,
"You said you did not wont n worn
nn who would sacrifice her pride even
for you What reason liave you"
"Thero is no reason in lovo. Will
you marry mo?"
"Why did you stop coming to boo
"I loved you and 1 thought you
loved Duncan. Anno, glvo ma tho
right to cure for you nlways nnd al
waye." lo added tenderly.
"I wnnt you to tako care ot mo al
ways and always. Do you know why
I tried to savo you from teasing
tongues tonight? For lovo of you. A
woman may say she 1b modest and
cldfashloned. but sho will shield the
man sho loves, no matter what the
cost to hor."
"And what," asked Thorno, "is the
only way to get tho woman you
"Just take her," laughed Anne as
Thorno kissed her under cover ot the
(Copyright, 1912, by tho McCluro News,
CHANNEL IS AN OLD PROJECT
Land Communication Between Eng
land and France Hat Been Thought
Of for Many Years.
A tunnel betweon England and
France beneath the English channel
was first proposed at tho beginning
ft the nineteenth century by Mathleu,
a French mining engineer. Fifty years
later the scheme was financed, bat it
was not until 1867 thct it seemed that
tho project would bo actually at
tempted. At that tlmo thero were a
dozen or more plana for rail com
munication between the two countries.
The accepted scheme was that of a
tunnel bored beneath tho bed of tfce
channel. The estimated cost ot 4hq
undertaking waa about 10,000,000!
Preliminary boring Lad been made,
when the work was Interrupted by the
Franco-Prussian war. In 1874 tho
French and English governments re
sumed negotiations concerning tho
tunnel, leaving tho matter in tho
hands ot a joint commission. Fniluro
on the part of tho English company
holding tho contract for the work to
rcccivo sufllclcnt funds resulted in
tho failuro of tho entorprlso in 18S0.
Now, tho project is receiving some at
tention, n bettor feeling having been
established betweon the people of th
Thrco boys wero resting between
sets on tho tennis courts In Central
"Thero goes Sadie," said one,
"Bctcha two to ono sho picks up my
hat and throws It off tho court,
There!' Wha'd I toll you. That's tho
way. If It's a fella' smaller 'n you,
that does anything llko thnt you c'n,
lick m. It he's larger than you ara
you can anyway kick 'm in tho shins.
But if It's n girl, what kin you do?"
And his auditors slghod in sllenco
It was, indeed, a hard problem.
Used to the Taste.
"Bring m a wood pulp sandwich,'!
said the guest in an abstracted way.
"Beg pardon, sir," murmured tho
"Oh, yes, excuso mo. At homo I'n
used to this paper bag cooking."
"This assault on tho witness' char
aeter Is Impossible to verify, because
she is a dressmaker."
"What bas that to do with it?"
"A dressmaker is naturally obliged
to live a pattern life."
Hard to See Under Water.
Thero in no scientific Instrument of
tho "scope" character which enables
ono to seo down to HO or fiO feet under
wnter. When tha sun hIiIiiuh vertical
ly over water, a box or bucket with a
glass bottom Is often used to took
Into tho water. A cloth covorlug to
exclude light from tho box or bucket
Is sometimes employed. Hut without
electric or some other light In tho
water Uicbo devices nro not very satisfactory.
"What is a volco from tho tombs
"It must bo a skeleton's articula
tion." Success cannot turn a man's head If
ho has a stiff neck.
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Newspapers and Literature.
All this over emphasis of tho tin
moaning surfuco Is duo to a confusion V
of nowspnper and literary standards,
ends, alms. Tho word literary haa
como to suggest nn nbsenco of red
blood; spinners nnd knitters In tho
sun; tho Bft-cont inngn.lno crowd; this
Is nonsensical, of course. In Ub olo
mental meaning literature h at least
as stem n Job as Journalism, nlbclt tho
Intention and function or tho latter la
merely to prosont things that happen,
of the former to volatilize such mate
rial Into hovering nnd potent mean
ings, to strike tho rock nnd ralso a.
spirit that Is life.
"How did they succeed In catching
that defaulting aviator?"
"With a Hy detective."
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. Factory Brandt in tnc
Knowlar as we do UemerlU of Rsute Stoves, aad based ea ear
saanv years experience with the entire line, induces us to authorise
the dealer to replace any part that should prove defective, or If,
under ordinary and proper conditions and operated in accordance
with the directions riven In our catalogue, it shoaldfall to do proper
aad satisfactory work, to replace It with another stove fret of all east.
dreams are in store for you
if you use an
No more crawling out at 3 A. M. to look after tha
fire no need to worry about it at all. For the Estate
Oak, with its famous JOINTLESS Ash Box, will keep
fire all night yes, all the next day, if you want it to,
tvithouta bit of attention. Once a season ia oftta
enough to start a fire in it, and once in twenty-four
hours to feed it. Tha original and only genuine Estate
Oak is made by The Estate Stove Co., at Hamiltaa.
tne best dealer in almost every goof
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