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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 22, 1913)
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MIbs Elsie De Wolfe, In one of the
reception rooms of tho Colony club,
was talking about the new servant
"It originated in the Philippines,'
Bhe said, "among the army senranta
there. It traveled west to Honolulu.
It Is now spreading, they say, on to
"This coming trouble reminds me
of a story.
" 'Who originated the proverb about
a rolling stone gathering no mossf
one man asked another.
"Tho other man quietly replied:
" 'That, my dear fellow, Is a quota
tlon from an eldquent but vain appeal
to a suburban cook to stay on one
month more.' "
RASH SPREAD TO ARMS
769 Roach Ave., Indianapolis, Ind.
"At first I noticed small eruptions on
my face. The troublo began as a rash.
It looked like red pimples. In a few
days they spread to my arms and back.
They itched and burned bo badly that
I scratched them and of course the re
sult was blood and matter. Tho erup
tions festered, broke, opened and dried
up, leaving the skin dry and scaly. I
spent many sleepless nights, my back,
arms and face burning and Itching:
sleep was purely and simply out of
the question. The trouble also caused
disfigurement My clothing irritated
the breaking out
"By this time I had used several
well-known remedies without success.
The trouble continued. Then I began
to use the sample of Cuticura Soap
and Ointment Within seven or eight
days I noticed gratifying results. I
purchased a full-sized cake of Cuti
cura Soap and a box of Cuticura Oint
ment and in about eighteen or twenty
days my cure was complete." (Signed)
Miss Katherine McCalllster, Apr. II,
Cuticura Soap and Ointment sold
throughout the world. Sample of each
free, with 82-p. Skin Book. Address
pest-card "Cuticura, Dept I Boston."
An abridged Dlblo Ib being advo
cated ono that will contain only the
vital parts of tho great book, and
that omits hundreds of pages of mat
ter now not read at all excopt by stu
dents. No doubt such a Bible would
become instantly popular, because It
would all be Interesting and to the
point In this age, none except stu
dents will wade through very long
books. Everybody wants the truth
boiled down to the very shortest space.
The great story of the crucifixion is
told in very few words, an' all the es
sentials of the Bible for the average
person could easily bo covered In one
fifth the pages required for the whole
work. QalllpoliB Tribune.
- Adrlanople has bo often been sub
ject to battle, murder and sudden
death that its latest capture by the
Balkan allies will seem but one more
familiar chapter in its annals. Eight
een hundred years ago It was taken
by Emperor Hadrian from tho Resul
tribe. In 323 it was the scene of a
battle between Connstantlne and Li'
clnluB, and here Emperor Valeus made
his great stand against the Goths. In
1205, Baldwin, emperor of Constanti
nople, was defeated, made prisoner,
and killed by the Bulgarian Czar Kalo
yan, and finally the city was taken by
Murad I., and became tho Turkish
capital and continued so until the fall
of Constantinople in 1453.
Some people fall because they spend
their time in trying to catch a Jack
rabbit in a mousetrap.
The important question: "Who la
gong to pitch?"
HER "BEST FRIEND"
A Woman Thus Speaks of Postum
We usually consider our best friends
those who' treat us best.
Somo persons think coffee a real
friend, but watch it carefully awhile
and observe that it is one of the
meanest of all enemies, for it stabs
one while professing friendship.
Coffee contains a poisonous drug
caffeine which Injures the dellcato
nervous system and frequently seta
up disease in one or moro organs of
tho body, if its use is persisted In.
"I bad heart palpitation and nerv
ousness for four years and the doctor
told me thos trouble was caused by
coffee. He advised mo to leave It off,
but I thought I could not" writes a
"On the advice of a friend I tried
Postum and it so satisfied me I did not
care for coffee after a few days' trial
"As weeks went by and I continued
to use Postum my weight increased
from 98 to 118 pounds, and the heart
trouble left me. I have used it a year
now and am stronger than I evor was.
I can hustle up stairs without any
, heart palpitation, and I am free from
"My children are very fond of Post
um and it agrees with them. My bister
liked it when she drank It at my house;
now she has Postum at home and has
become very fond of it You may use
my name if you wish, as I am not
ashamed of praising my best friend
Postum." Name given by Pustum Co
Battle Creek, Mich.
Postum now comes in new concen
trated form called Instant Postum. It
is regular Postum, so processed at the
factory that only the soluble portions
A spoonful of Instant Postum with
hot water, and Bugar and cream to
taste, produce Instantly a delicious
Write for the little book, "The Road
. "There's a Reason" for Postum.
(By. 19. O. 8EIXER8, Director of Evan
Injr Department, The Moody Bible In
stitute of Chicago.)
LESSON FOR MAY 25.
JOSEPH AND BENJAMIN.
LESSON TEXT-Oen. 43:18. 19. 23-84.
GOLDEN TEXT-"He that loveth hla
brother nbldcth In tho light." I John 2:10.
Jacob's plaintive? cry as uttered In
verse six of this chapter touches tho
heart of any father, but God is work
ing out his plan unknown to Jacob.
Tho brothers must have been Im
pressed by Joseph's words that thoy
should daro starvation, and their fa
ther's grief nnd nngor, rathor than re
turn to Egypt without their brother
Jitdah, who beforo had sought to de
liver Joseph, now offers to become
surety for Benjamin. Thus It was
that Jacob was persuaded, but to
make as "good an impression ns pos
sible with this stfango Egyptian ruler
Jacob directed that in addition to tho
necessary funds a present also bo pro?
pared (43:11), and remembering the
strange return of tho money before,
that thin tlmo a doublo portion bo
taken. Two words will serve to di
vide the lesson. Fear and Feasting.
8ought His Brother.
I. Fear, vv. 18-25. Ordinarily
such an invitation to Joseph's houso
would be considered a great honor,
but In this strango land and possessed
by guilty conscience we read, "And
tho men were afraid." They who bo
carelessly Bold their brother into sla
very aro themselves fearful of becom
ing "bondmen." Joseph, did seek an
occasion against them but it was that
ho might secure his brother Benjamin
(the others were only half-brothers),
to abide with him In Egypt. Notice
how eagerly they explain tho matter
of the money in their sacks to tho
steward. The steward seeks to reas
sure them by telling them that, "your
God, the God of your father hath giv
en you treasure in your sacks." In
deed God had, but he gave them their
blessing through another. Even bo
wo through grace are blessed by
means of another who Is our Joseph.
Christ is constantly seeking to reas
sure our hearts.
II. Feasting, w. 26-34. In last
week's lesson we beheld these broth
ers bowing before. Joseph even as his
dream had indicated (37:5-8) and now
a second time they are on their faces
before him. They had bragged that
it should never be 'bo, "we shall see"
(37:20) and Indeed they are now see
ing. That man who says to God "I
will not" in the end is always com
pelled to do that very thing he in his
pride said be would not do. Those
who now mock our Joseph will in the
end be compelled to do him obeisance,
Rom. 14:11; Phil. 2:10. It was that
Joseph might gain his brother Benja
min that ho made all of these delays
in revealing himself to his other
brothers. As we have seen Benjamin
was Joseph's only full brother 30:22
etc., and. had had no part in the con
spiracy against Joseph, hence Joseph's
heart went out In great love -for Ben
jamin, vv. 29-31. Joseph's tears were
no sign of weakness but rather ol
strength, John 11:35; 2 Tim. 1:4. Suet
a manifestation of emotion ought nevei
to bo suppressed.
Joseph knew full well how to con
trol hlB emotions (v. 31) till the prop
er time. Joseph (v. 27) is fearful-that
his father might have passed away yet
his question does not reveal his iden
tity. We wonder if there must not
have been somo suspicion in the
minds of these Hebrews when their
Egyptian host told the exact ordor of
their respective ages, v. 33 (see" also
44:12), and that perhaps Joseph might)
after all be alive. Doubtless their
guilty consciences were again aroused
when they beheld their youngeit
brother Blngled out for such manifest
partiality (v. 84). They, however,
made a bold pretense and "drank
largely," R. V., making merry to cover
their confusion. If tholr drink caused
intoxication wo do not know. Any
how they are not held beforo us as
an example in tblB particular, noi
does the biblical account demand thai
we defend them in this matter. '
This was a strange feast The sight
of Benjamin recalls to Joseph th
memories of home and mother and
caused blm to retire from the pres
ence of his brothers lest he reveal
himself through hla tears. Return
ing he restrains his emotions while
at the lame time his brothers are Ia
boring under the constraint of tholr
fears. What differing emotions haunt
ing memories recall. Joseph's memi
orios fill him with love and tenderness,
while the brothers are filled with sus
picion of the entertainment they are
The golden text as applied to Jo
seph reveals tho secret of the strength
of his character. To abide in the
light is to be always true to God- It
means to reveal ultimately the mean
ing of the darkness. All of thlB comes
,out mora clearly when Joseph at last
fully reveals himself to his brothers
To walk in the light alone will enable
us to keep the golden rule for "Love
is goodness in action." This is a ten
xler lesson to relate to the young and
for the older we might discuss Buck
questions as Emotion and Religion
What is It to walk .n the light, The m
tellect and emotions.
H H TREASURE
Search for Buried Wealth on Co
cos Island Futile.
London Expedition Returns to Pana
ma Without Any Finding Pirate's
Hidden Chests of Jewels and
Bars of Gold.
London. An expedition in search
of burled treasure loft this country
last autumn In the steamship Mel
more. Tho ship sailed on Scptembor
26, 1912, on the long voyage to Cocos
Island, GOO miles west of Panama.
Tho vessel touched first at Las Palm
as to conl, and then took the long run
to Punta Arenas, tho most southerly
port In tho world, from thenco via tho
Straits of Magellan up tho Tactile
coast to Coronel In Chill to robunkor,
and then on to Port Pnytn in Peru.
There she was Joined by tho two la
dles who havo held treasure- clews for
a considerable time hud on whoso Inl
tlatlvo the expedition was organized.
Tho treasure hunters arrived at Co
cos island on January' 4, nnd tho Mel
moro anchored in Wafer bay. Thoy
found it to be a very lovely spot with
a perfect climate, a hot sun with a
cool breeze, but so thickly overgrown
with vegetation that walking was dif
ficult except on tho beach. The wa
ters all around tho Island were In
fested with sharks, often six or more
being caught In tho evening after the
day's explorations at Treasuro cove
were finished. The party established
themselves in three galvanized houses
where there was a small clearing a
tho mouth-of the river In Wafer bay.
Fish wcro plentiful and wild pigs
abounded, so excellent sport waa en
joyed as a relief to cutting away tho
Bjde of tho hill and clearing tho face
of tho cliff at Treasure covo in search
of tho cave supposed to contain the
pirate's hidden hoard, consisting ol
bars of gold and chests filled with
precious stones. A further treasure
of gold vessels is said to havo been
burled on Cocos Island during tho Civ
il war between Peru and Chill.
Tho following extracts from letters
written from the Melmoro will indi
cate tho course of events:
"January 11, 1913. Today tho ladles
showed us what they thought was the
spot whero tho treasure Is concealed,
but they could not bo sure. . . .
What they showed us is a hole In the
faco of the cliff about fifty feet up,
so we aro going to dig, blast and
break away twenty-flvefeet of hill be
low this mark, to give it a trial.
"January 12. We started with all
our men to cut away -the side of the
hill and clear the face of the cliff,
and have moved aboulOO tons of
Part of Wooded Shore of Cocoa Island.
rock, soil, etc., down to 25 feet, with
no result Having seen a copy of the
clew we have started another place
of our own, which seems more likely
to be the place mentioned.
"We found wha. we thought might
turn out to be a cave beyond No. 2
working, but it proved to bo only a
waterworn cavern instead of leading
into the cave we want to find, which
is said to bo a quarter of a mile long.
As there was no other likely spot in
Treasuro cove we went to another
place of which they have the clow. It is
about a quarter of a mile beyond the
camp, and Is in the opposite direction
to Treasure covo and up a bill. We
had to push up a creek to reach tho
place. This attempt also proved fu
tile." SOLD HIS BRAIN TO SCIENCE
Troops Prevented Publlo From 8eelng
the Deaths of Three Slayers at
. Paris. To get money, to buy soup
for tho poor, Soudy, ono of the three
motor bandlte, who died on the guil
lotine, bequeathed his brain to sci
ence. Ho left hlB skull to a museum.
His autograph should be Bold at auc
tion, he directed, and the proceeds
given to the cause of anarchy.
In a drizzling rain, which made even
more than usually dismal tho dawn
of a ParlB blue Monday, Soudy, Calle
mln and Monler were guillotined in
exactly thrco minutes.
Tho beheadings carried out prema
turely to forestall a demonstration,
occurred at 4:30 o'clock in the Boule
vard Arago, outsldo tho prison do la
Sante. A cordon of pollco and sol
diers entirely surrounded the guillo
tine and prevented tho small mob that
gathered from seeing the men die.
The samo lumbering two-wheeled
cart brought tho three men from the
Man Strapped In Iron Box.
Aesinlboia, Saskatchewan. Eugene
Thayer, bound in a casket-llko box to
protect hlB back, which "was broken
Just above tho hips, completed a 1,000
mile Journoy to Rochoster, Minn.,
whero he is receiving medical treat
mont in a private hospital. The trip
was made in a special compartment oi
a baggage car,
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Quiet Men Should Wed Vivacious
Women, an English Opinion,
Expressed in Print.
"Docs tho nvoruRo man prefer tho
demure, coy kind of girl or tho
bright nnd vlvncIotiB girl In all proba
bility a flirt and which kind of a
girl makes tho better wtfo?" Thin 1b
the question on which a modern girl
asks opinion through a London news
paper. "I havo read In your paper many
opinionx on tho modern girl given by
young men," nho wrlteB, "but I havo
not found an answer to tho question
which countk'BS other girls besides
myself would like nnswerdd.
"It BccniB to mo that tho average
man marries tho coy, quiet girl, but
after a few years of married life 1b
apt to Reek tho society of the viva
cious girl, very often at tho ezpenao of
his wlfo's happiness." x
Hero are somo opinions of London
Rev. C. H. Grundy, vicar of St.
Peter's, Urockloy, believes In tho at
traction of the opposite
"I think tho quiet man gcnorally
marries, and generally should marry,
tho vivacious girl," ho says, "and the
bright, vivacious man, on the con
trary, prefers and gets on better with
"Somo of tho quietest mon I have
known," he said, "thoroughly enjoy
tho vlvaclousncss of their wives.
"Men llko contrasts. You don't
want a replica of yourself. You want
variety. A wlfo who ls-your double
doubles your dullness.
"The best wife 1b tho 'contrast' wife,
and If you are both alike your home Is
dull and monotonous."
Justice With a Vengeance.
A broker was talking about J. Pier
"Tho money trust Investigation un
doubtedly shattered him," tho broker
said. "Ho believed that this investi
gation waB unfairly conducted. Ho
likened It, In my hearing, to a horse
stealing trial out' west.
"A Jury was gathered in the street,
ho eald, and shut up in a room, after
a brief trial, and when an hour had
gono by a mob burst in and uncere
moniously demanded what tho verdict
"'Not guilty,' said tho foroman.
" 'That won't do!' said tho leader of
tho mob fiercely. 'You'll havo to do
better than that.' And ho shut the
Jury up again.
"In half an hour tho door was
opened onco more,
"'Well, gentB, your verdict!' said
" 'Guilty,' tho foroman said.
"There wore hurrahs from the
crowd, and the leader said:
"'Correct You can go now. Wo
strung him up an hour ago.'"
"Sambo," said tho owner ot a coun
try place to his gardener, "concerning
that tree I wanted you to cut down,
my wife thinks it bad better -bo al
lowed to stand."
"Well, Ah think It ought tcr come
down, Massa Brown," was tho reply.
"What are your reasons for thinking
"We 11, sab, de first reason am dat
de tree done keep de light off do green
house; de secon' reason am dat It's
gettin' old, and de third reason am dat
I cut It down las' night."
Did Not Live Up to It.
Our high appreciations and even
our expressed desires are not always
Indices of our character. "Let me dlo
tho death of tho righteous," was the
prayer of Baalara. And then he went
right away and Joined himself to the
heathen and was slain by a righteous
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Transmlsslbllity of Genius.
Tho unle of relleu ot Hobert nnd
Kllznbeth Browning by executora of
tho estutu of their hoii, the lato Robert
Welduiuann Barrett Browning, which
began May 1, ugnln calls uttentlon to
the fact thnt thu child of a union so
richly dowered, from tho literary
and urtlntlc standpoint, failed to show
truces of thu genltiH of either parent.
Ho was an artist, but did nothing ex
traordinary. It would almost Bccm
that genius nut only has a way of
somcttineH consuming Its posBCBsor
but ulso of consuming itself, as far
an the. Immediate offspring aro con
cerned. At any rate, tho evldenco as
to Its traiiHinlwHlblllty 1b still lacking
although, of course, tltcro aro plenty
of facts to justify a belief as to the
trunBmisslblllty ot special talents.
Location of Garoen of Eden.
Many Biblical scholars placo the
Gnrdcn of Eden between tho Euphrates
and the Tigris. This Is now to be re
claimed" and onco again made fertile
English engineers have already In
vaded tho region, and aro building a
great dam across tho Euphrates, not
far from' Bagdad by which water will
be carried over the land as 1b done In
Egypt and India. That tho soil Is ex
ceedingly rich there Is no denying.
Important to Mother .
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTOIUA, a safe and sure remedy for
infants ana children, ana seo that It
In Use For Over 30 Years,
Children Cry ior Fletcher's Castoria
Mrs. Excite Oh, doctor, husband 1b
in nn awful way. Just as he gooB to
sign my checks he faints awuy.
Doctor What am I to do?
Mra. Excite Get htm so that be
won't faint till after ho signs them.
"Were you satisfied with tho work
on your place, digging for oil?"
"Yes, it was well done."
now and then,
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gNAt. MA J. IKMtMAMCK Cf.
I'rrniluiu Colin tril
Realism in Art.
Acountryiiian was recently visiting
thoclty and was listening to the
boastH of n number of artists about
tho wonderful genius of their fellow
Tho countryman listened In silence
for a time, but llnally broke out
"Oh, yeou git cout! There Is old
Bill SlmpkiiiB of my village, who kin
paint n plcco of cork bo 'xuctly like
marble that tho .minutu you throw it
into tho water It will sink to tho bot
tom kuh-chug, Jest llko u slono."
Prldo may go beforo a fall oven
when you fall In love.
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helped them over painful periods in
their life and saved them many a day
of anguish and misery. This tonic, in
liquid form, was devised over 40 years
apjo for tho womanly system, by R.V.
Pierce. M. D., and has been sold ever
since by dealers in medicine to the
benefit of many thousand women.
NowIf i&m prefer irom am obtain Dr.
Pierce' Favorite Prescription tablet at
your druggist stffl per box. also In 60c
Bluer mend 60 onm tent stamps to Dr.
ML V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. for trial box.
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