The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, January 15, 1914, Image 3

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Praise Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Women from the Atlantic to the Pacific, from all sections
of this great country, no city so large, no village so small
but that some woman has written words of thanks for
health restored by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound. No woman who is suffering from the ills peculiar
to her sex should rest until she hasgiven this famous remedy
a trial. Is it not reasonable to believe that what it did for
these women it will do for any sick woman ?
Wonderful Case of Mrs. Stephenson,
on the Pacific Coast.
Independence, Oreoon. "I was sick with what four doctors
called Nervous Prostration, was treated by them for several years,
would bo better for a whilo then back in tno old way again. I hiul
palpitation of tho heart very bad, fainting spells, and was so nervous
that a spoon dropping to tho iloor would nearly kill me, could not
lift tho lightest weight without making mo sick; in fact was about' as
sick and miscrablo as a person could be. I saw your medicines ad
vertised and thought I would try them, and am so thankful I did for
they helped me at once. I took about a dozen bottles of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and also used tho Sanative Wash.
Sinco then I havo used them whenever I felt sick. vYour remedies
aro tho only doctor I employ. You are at liberty to publish this let
ter." Mrs. W. Stephenson, Independence, Oregon.
A Grateful Atlantic Coast Woman.
IIodqdon, Me. "I feel it a duty I owo to all suffering women to
tell what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgetablo Compound did for mo. Ono
year ago I found myself a terrible sull'orer. 1 had pains in both sides
and such a soreness I could scarcely straighten up at times. BIy
back ached. I had no appetite and was so nervous I could not sleep,
then I would be bo tired mornings that I could scarcely get around.
It seemed almost impossible to movo or do a bib of work and I
thought I never -would bo any better until I submitted to an opera
tion. I commenced taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgetablo Compouiyl
and soon felt liko a new woman. I had no pains, slept well, had good,
appetite and was fat and could do almost all my own work for a fam
ily of four. I shall always feel that I owo my good health to your
medicine." Mrs. Hayward' Sowehs, Ilodgdon, Maino.
For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgetablo
Compound lias been tho standard remedy for fe
male ills. No ono sick with woman's all monts
docs justice to herself if slio docs not try this fa
mous medlcino made from roots and herbs, it
has restored ho many suffering womentohcalth.
fV (CONFIDENTIAL) LYNN, MASS., for advice.
Your letter will ho opened, road and answered
by a woman and held in strict confidence
Point of Information They Wanted In
volved No Great Legal Knowl
'edge, If Judge Had It
Hero Is ono that wns toltl at n tea
Riven by MIbs Geraldlno Farrar, tho
singer, when ono of tho party re
ferred to tho Judiciary nnd tho pe
culiar cases that frequently come be
fore tho courts:
"Some tlmo ago thcro Was a homi
cide caso In a western court In which
thoro was considerable doubt as to
rtio guilt of tho accused. Tho trial
Judgo Bcemcd to sharo tho popular
" 'Gentlemen of tho Jury,' said he,
in concluding his chargo, 'If tho evi
dence, in your minds, shows that
pneumonia was tho cause of tho man's
death, you cannot convict tho pris
oner.' "Whereat tho Jury retired and in
about ten minutes the constnblo re
turned and presented himself before
tho Judge.
" 'Your honor,' ho remarked, 'the
gcntlemon of tho Jury want sonio In
formation.' " 'On what point of evidence? asked
the Judge.
" 'None, Judgo,' was tho rejoinder of
tho constable. "Thoy want to know
how to spoil "pneumonia."'" Phila
delphia Tolegraph.
Errors of His Ways.
"A good Now Year resolution for
a middle-aged married man?" said
Georgo Ado at a dinner In Chicago.
"Well, tho best resolution a mlddlo
nged married man could make, accord
ing to my view, would bo for him to
swear oft telling his wlfo and children
about tho girls ho used to kiss In his
young days.
"I'd say to tho middle-aged married
man of this typo:
" 'Suppose, friend, your wifo fell Into
a reminiscent, Jovial mood some eve
ning after suppor and started to tell
about tho boys who used to kiss her
by the wood stovo in tho dim parlor,
wouldn't tho dovo of peace flap her
wing? nd light out p. d. q. Just?'"
Didn't Suit Small Boy.
After upending a few weeks last
year at a watoring place, whero ho
took his dally swim in tho open air
pool of warm sulphur water, a little
fellow was this year at tho seaside.
In Mb tiny bathing suit he gazed out
over tho vast ocean in silence.
Then, ho protested:
"I'm not goln' in. Dat ain't water
for boys; dot's for boats."
New Pipe Cleaner.
For cleaning pipes used for con
voying liquids thero has been Invented
a machine that forces crushed quartz
through thorn, much ns bottles nrn
Hicks Is it true, then, that you'ro
living boyond your station?
Wicks Yos; two miles.
John Tyler was a member of tho
Vlrtfnla leglslnturo at 21 and a con
gressman at 2G.
No Cure for Cancer Yet.
In his annual report Dr. 12. F. Hash
ford, general superintendent of re
search in the laboratories of tho im
perial cancer reasearch fund, told tho
members of tho society that during tho
paBt year thoro had been 12 claims
to tho discovery of a cure for ennccr.
All of thesohad been Investigated and
no Justification for any ono of theso
claims hnd been obtained. Dr. Bash
ford also said women wero moro liable
to cancer than men. In England and
Wales in 1910 tho death rnto from
cancer was 8BG per 1,000,000 for mon
and 1,070 for women.
As tho London Times says editorial
ly lu commenting upon this report:
"Tho only rcasonablo expectation of
curing cancer Btlll rests upon Its com
pleto romovnl by tho Burgeon at tho
earliest possiblo tlmo after it 1b dis
covered." Medical Record.
How He Made It Out.
Mrs. Jones and Johnny had only a
few minutes ago boarded tho train
when tho conductor called for "tick
ets." Mrs. Jones immediately pro
duced hers.
"How old Is your boy, madam?"
Quick as a (lash Johnny was down
between tho sents on his head and the
mother replied, "Six years old." As
this proccduro was not understood,
nnd ns Johnny looked too largo for
six years, tho conductor said, "I did
not understand you, mndnm." Johnny
grinned and spoko out proudly, "Don't
you know thnt nlno turned upsldo
down it six?'"
By Simple Change In Food.
It has been said by a physician that
most discuses are the result of indi
gestion. There's undoubtedly much truth in
tho statement, oven to tho cause ot
many unsightly eruptions, which many
suppose can bo removed by applying
eomo remedy on the outside
Dy changing her food a Kan. girl
Vas relieved of an eczema 'which was
a great annoyance to her. Sho writes:
"For five months I was suffering
with an eruption on my face and
hands which our doctor called eczema
and which caused mo a great deal ot
inconvenience. Tho suffering was al
mop unbearable.
"The medlcino I took only gave mo
temporary relief. Ono day I happened
to read somcwlwo that eczema was
caused by Indigestion. Then I read
that many persons had boon relieved
of indigestion by eating Grape-Nuts.
"I decided to try it. I liked the
taste of tho food and was particularly
pleased to notico that my digestion
was improving and that tho eruption
was disappearing ns If by magic. J
had at last found, In this great food,
something that reached my trouble.
"When I llnd a victim of this afflic
tion I remember my own former suf
fering and advise a trial of arnpo-Nuts
I food instead of medicines."
j Nnmo given by Postutn Co., Unttle
Creek, Mich. Read "Tho Itond to Well-
vlllo," in pkgs. "Thore's a Reason."
' Ever rend Hie uIiimc lotli-rf A new
I one iiii'iir from lime Iti time Tliej
' arr Kt'iiuluc, (rue, ami full of buuim
j Intercut.
Young Henry t'ouse wiih Just like
other pt'oplt only more so. Deeply
Imbedded In his luituro win a strong
desire constantly to get something
far nothing. He did not gamble, but
h kept a wary eye upon the lottery
mil upon the markets. He hnd anoth
er trait. He wiih a devoted admirer
ot MIbh Sally Mnuuorlng. Hut It was
this admiration that bothered him.
"If 1 c'd only get enough of the Btuff
together," he Bald to himself, Til pop
the quotation Hut hung it, I'm afraid
I never will."
There was one thing thnt young
L'ouso did not understand. That was,
that the great way to make money
anywhere today, Is to nave It. Small
sums never counted with him. Ho
wns invariably casting them upon tho
waters of fortune, ns a tlHhermun
casts a uorm to catch a fish. Hut
Henry's bait always left tho hook, and
lie never got anything In return.
However, It wnB winter, and Honry
was hit pretty hard, and ho spent n
good many evenings at the homo of
Miss Mnuuorlng. He was clerking it,
and he said to himself that ho would
lay aside a llttlo money all ho could
spnro. SI Hopkins was building a llt
tlo mite of a house up on the .llll
building It to let, und Henry hoped
against hope that somehow he could
scrape up his courage and propose to
Miss Sally; and that he could scrape
up enough money by spring at least
to set up with Miss Sally In that lit
tle house. So he shunned tho news
papers nnd nil the literature contain
ing alluring offers In tho shape of
small Investments; nnd shaved the
lottery way back in his mind, nnd
only thought about Miss Sally und tho
Time passed. He nrnnhsed Anally
tho Just and full sum or $50. Fifty
dollars. Think of It Henry Couso
had always mado fair wages; ho was
a good worker; he was a clover lad;
yet never in his life before hnd he
possessed tho sum of $50.
"What I ought to do," Henry's hot
ter Judgment told him, "Is to take
this to Sally nnd let her keep it for
mo. That's Just tho thing to do.
Hut" Well. Henry didn't. And ho
didn't because Instead of thinking
.merely of renting Si's llttlo house, he
took to building cnstles In tho air.
One day n newspaper advertisement
caught his eye. It was headed by the
words "Fifty Dollnrs." It was signed
by A. Agustus Atkinson. Tho adver
tisement wns very frunk and -clear
and plnin. It stated without any
reservation thnt Mr. Atkinson, a largo
stock broker, had inside information
on threo or four of tho active stocks;
that ho know positively what would
happen; that ho had never made mis
takes and that ho had Just made a
small fortune for ono of his clients
who had taken his ndvlce nnd hnd In
vested only $in. Mr. Atkinson stated
clearly that ho would not accept or
ders; that ho wodld merely furnish
information for tho trifling sum of flvo
dollars per weok, and that 1i!b client
or customer must Invest his money
through tho ordinary channels. Ho
stated this, said Mr. Atkinson, to
show his good faith.
Down in tho city Mr. A. Augustus
Atkinson .occupied a part a part only
of a deskroom, in a dingy corner of
a dingy building. Ho wns not a
broker and never hnd been n broker.
Ho know something less about tho
stock mnrket than did Diana of Mad
ison squnro. nut nevertheless ho
mado a living nnd n good one with
tho drinks thrown in.
For Mr. Atkinson had a system; a
suro one for him. Tho wholo thing
wns very slmplo. When his advertise
ment had brought In enough five-dollar
bills to pay for itself, and to make
it worth Mr. Atkinson's -while to go
to work, Mr. Atkinson would sit
down and write two sots of letters.
These letters would relate to a cer
tain stock or commodity, sny X Y.
& 55. Mr. Atkinson would advise his
western customers to buy X., Y. & 7..
and would ndvlso his eastern custom
ers to Boll It. Tho result wns palp
able If thoro was any movement
whatever In X., Y. & Z., Just one-half
of bis customers won, and tho other
half lost. Tho half that won would
naturally tell all their friends about
tho advlco and five-dollar bills would
pour In upon Mr. A. Augustus Atkin
son. Young Couse grubbed away until
ho had saved up $55. Then ho wroto
to Mr. Atkinson and enclosed a five
dollar bill. Ho stood ready with tho
$50 to send it down to a good Arm
ho know of in tho city, Just as soon
as Mr. Atkinson responded.
Usually when ho mado up hlB mind
to it, it did not tnko Mr. Atklr.Bon long
to answer his correspondence. His
ndyice would consist of two or threo
words only: Huy so and so. or, sell
so and so. Rut on a fateful day his
correspondence was heavier than
usual and ho had selected a long
named stock. It was a stock that hnd
been remarkably active In tho last
fow days. Everybory will recall Its
name Tho Universal Confederated
American Metallic Consolidation. This
was known on 'change ns tho "Uca
Mick." Tho long nnmo wearied Mr.
Couso, nnd when ho wns half through
with IiIh list, ho stopped. Ho had ad
Tlsod tho flrst half to sell tho stock.
"Geo," ho said to himself, wearily,
"geo, I'm tired. ,111 go out and strotch
my legs, a bit." Mr. Atkinson's legs
took tonio tlmo to strotch; business
JiiBtlflod it, bo ho thought; nnd they
wero stretched so much that thoy
wero iiomewbnt unsteady when ho
catno buck.
I He picked up the list. Ileiiiy Couse,
Kcq " he said to himself, "('oust', eh
Country name that. Derived probably
from Cows. Henry Couso. Hens unir
i Cows, eh? Not bad, All right Mr.
Coiiho You'd better--ah, let me seoji
which half Is this. Let's see, I mailed
those others. What did 1 tell 'em,
Henry Cause, up In tho Plains
store, wns quite unawnre by what n
slender thread his fate wA hanging
Mr Atkinson's memory usually wae
good, but It hnd been Impaired on this
occasion by tho stretching process.
"The tlrst lot," snld Mr. Atkinson,
"why, I told 'em to buy- that's suro.
Then this half must sell. All right
for you, you can sell, Henry Couso, of
Frankfort l'lnlns "
I The next day Henry Cause received
n plain white envelop with an tin-
1 signed slip Inside of It. TIiIb Is whnt
it said: "Sell Univ. Con. Am. Met.
Con and do It right away."
Mr. Couse sold. Kverybady knows
now uhat happened. lu the Micxt
three days tho battle royal between
the American Iron Concern nnd "Ucn
Mick" took place. lOverybody remem
bers the crisis when "Uca Mick,"
which hnd been 170, disappeared from
sight and reappeared again at 15. It
wan a crash among crashes. Honry
Cause contoniplnted It with dlsconi
flture. "Gee," ho snld to himself, for
he was not nu adept In tho mysteries
of Wall street, "gee, but I'm n blamed
Idiot. Hero I've been dabbling lu U.
C. A. nnd tho wholo bottom has fallen
out of tho blamed thing. Serves mo
right. I'll never do It ngaln."
The next day ho received a check
from his brokers for $5,000 on ac
count. That was not all, they said
there was a llttlo more to come. For
Henry Couso hnd not understood the
Import of n sale us distinguished from
n purchase He had sold at a high
price, and delivered at a low price;
nnd tho difference belonged to him.
Mr Atkinson hnd stretched his legs
that day to como purpose, for. through
his slip of memory, every customer
hnd sold ".Uca Mick" on margin ami
every ono had won. He does a liirgot
business than over, nnd perhnps It 'i
just as well for folks to loso through
him ns In any other way. Mr. Henry
Couso did not go to see Miss Soil
Manncring on the evening thnt ho got
the check. Ho was too much uston
lulled; ho hnd to sit up half tho night
nnd look at tho check steadily for
Tho next morning ha went around,
He wnnted to strike while tho iron
was hot.
"Sally." ho said, "I've bought S!
Hopkins' house and enme around tc
sees If 1 could put the title in
your name." v
Miss Sally Mannnring thought lit
wns crazy. Hut ho was rntlonnl
enough. For he sat himself at hot
side and put his arm mound her wnist
nnd Anally ho kissed her And that's
no Hjgn of lunacy. Finally lie pulled
a roll of bills from his pocket. "Sal
ly," ho said, "I want you to take theso
and keep them for me for us. I'm
nover, never going to speculate an
more. Never. I'm through. Resides,"
ho ndded, "I own soma real ostnto and
I'm going to mnrry you, and thnt'1
lottory enough for any mnn."
Whereupon Miss Rally boxed hit
ears. And Henry Couso ho Jus!
laughed nnd let her do It.
(Copyright, by Dully Story I'll'). Co.)
System of Land Tenure Has Much tc
Do With Gratifying Increase
In Population.
A German writer, Dr. A. Orotjnhn,
interested In the Increasing shortagu
in births in Franco, hns found a pro
lific community at the village of Mar.
die, near Dunkirk, says nu exchange.
This Is a colony founded moro than
200 years ago by iouls XIV. with a
system of lnnd tonuro which doeij
not permit prlvnte ownership of the)
soil. Doctor Grotjahn says:
"Tho men of Mardlc mnrry, on an
averago, at twenty-four years of ago,
immediately after having passed tho
obligatory servlco In tho navy. When
a now family has thus been founded
It receives for excluslvo use, but not,
ns private property, a plot of land of
22 acres and a section of shore foe
net Ashing. . . . Tho families,
may leave to their children the lnnd
handed to thorn In usufruct, but thoy
may uot divide or inortgago it. Tho
result is that Mardlc possesses a
prosperous population, freoof mntcrlnl
cares, which does not rack Its brain
on bohalf of its children's fate, whllo
tho rest of tho peasants and fisher
men of Franco nro particularly anxi
ous In this respect. Tho births
amounted to 43 per 1,000 ot tho in
habitants, a flguro which la not sup
passed by any civilized people."
Matter of Pronunciation.
"And what etato did you say you
wero from?" asked tho Rritlshor of a
gentleman to whom ho had been Intro
duced. Your breezy westerner Is always
glad to booBt his own territory, and it
wns with considerable pride and em
phasis that he announced: "I'm from
1-o-wa, sir, tho Uncut state In our
"Rally strange, you know, about you
Americans laughing nt your cousins
across tho eu far tho way wo pro
nounce our words, C-h-o-I-m-o-n-d-o-1-o-y,
as Chumley, and 13-o-a-u-c-h-a-m-p
as Reccham, you know. I'vo ono on
you now, you know, old chap.) Only
yesterday I mot a gentleman from
your stato ut luncheon, you know, and
ho said ho was from your state, 'tho
finest In our Union,' and nil that sort
of thing, only ho pronounced It O-hl-oI
Jovo, I think that's ono on you Ameri
cans, don't you know."
At MncU'od, Altn., weather condi
tions wero excellent nil through the
senson. Ninety pur cent, of tho wheat
up to Oct. 1st graded No. 1, tho only
No. 2 being fall wheat. Tho ylolil
ranged from 20 to -10 bushels per ncro,
with an average of 28. Oats yielded
well, and barley about CO bushels.
lnvcrnry Is u new district In Alber
ta. Hero wheat graded No. 2 and
eomo of It went .0 bushels to tho acre,
onts golpg about 7fi bushels.
l.ethbrldge correspondent says: "In
the Monarch district tho yield on sum
mer fallow In nveraglng thlrty-llvo
bushels, a largo porcentnge No, 1
"All spring grains nro yielding hot
ter thnn' expected lu tho Milk river
district, south. A .1110 ncro field o
Mnrquls wheat gnvo II j bushels.
"Uxperlnientni farm resultH on grain
sown on Irrigated laud plnco 'Red Fifo'
wheat lu the banner position, with
yield of 50.10 bushels per ncro. Oats
yielded 132 bushels to tho acre.
"John Turner of I.ethbrldgo grow
hurley thnt went CO bushels to tho
"Red Fife nvernges In weight from
60 to (18 pounds, and nt Rosthern tho
Mnrquls wheat will run ns high as (14
pounds to tho bushel, while n Bnmplo
of .Mnrquls wheat nt Areola weighed
no less than G8 pounds to tho bushel.
This variety Ib grading No. 1 hard."
Calgary, Altn., Oct. 8. Tho prob
lem of handling Albcrtn's big grain
crop Is becoming n serious one, nnd
thcro Is n congestion nt mnny polntii
In southern Alhertn. One thousand
cars could bo used Immediately. Tho
C. P. R. prepared for a normal year,
while tho yield of grain wiib every
where abitormnl, with an Increased
acreago of about 23 per cent.
Mooso Jaw, Snsk., returns show
como rcmnrkablo yields.
Rassano, Altn., Sept. 25, '13. Indi
vidual record crops grown In Alberta
Include 1,300 aero Aeld of spring wheat
grown near Hassano which went thirty-live
bushelB to tho acre and weigh
ed sixty-six pounds to the bushel.
Noble, Altn., Oct. 1, '13. All records
for tho largest slifpiucnt of grain by
ono farmer will bo broken UiIb yenr
If tho cstlmuto of C. S. Noblo or Noble,
Alhertn, provcB correct. Mr. Noblo
hns notified tho Canndlnn Pncillc Rail
way hero thnt ho will havo 350,000
bushels of grain, chiefly barley and
onts, ready for shipment very short
ly. L. Anderson Smith, writing to n
friend In tho Old Country, located at
KUlnm, Alberta, Says:
"Anyono tnklng up land will And Al
berta an Ideal province. Tho soil Is a
rich black loam, varying from 0 to 12
Inches In depth. Tho lnnd hero In
this district Is not wholly open prairlo.
At Intervals, sometimes closely, somo
times widely scattered, there ure
small plots of poplar and willows.
Theso generally grow round somo
small depression In the land, nnd tho
Bnow drlftB hero In tho winter nnd
mcltn In tho spring Ailing these
sloughs (province "bIcwb") with soft
water. Nearly all theso sloughs havo
old buffalo tracks to them, for It wnB
from them that they always got their
wator. Tho poplars aro very useful
for building bnrnu nnd hen-houses.
Wild grasses aro plentiful, whllo tumo
grasses, such as timothy, bromo and
western ryo grass do remarkably well.
He Came Up.
Hill Where did ho learn to dive?
Jill Oh, bo's u BoH'-mndi! diver.
muni you notice tie just canio up
from the bottom?
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similating Ihe Food and Regula
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Facsimile Signature of
The Centaur Company.
Guaranteed under Hie Fooilani
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
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Mashed Potatoes With Onions.
Tn four or Ave cups iiiaaIu'iJ potato)
Add one cup boiled onion minced to a!
pulp, one tnhli'Hpooti butter, one tea
upturn milk, Homo salt and pepper. Heat;
lightly together and before serving
brown the top for n moment In th
Turnips With White Sauce.
Peel some small tmnlpd, im nearly
ns possiblo tho snmu nl?, boll them In
milk nnd wntor till tender, drn In and1
cover with white sauce in liloli n'
tnblcspoonful of grated cheese hns'
been mixed. Sprinkle it little minced
parsley over nnd serve.
To Prevent Fat From Sputtering.
To prevent fat from spattering,
when frying eggs or bacon, put a'
pinch of flour lu tho fat. This hclpBl
to keep the stovo clean and saves you
many a burn from the hot fnt.
One of Many.
Rrlggs- Rogers claims to bo an ag
nostic, doesn't ho?
Griggs- Only ns to religion; as to
everything eleo he knows It nil
After eating a Hearty
meal? or is there a
sense of fullness of
bloating- or Nausea.
This indicates a weak
ened condition of the
Stomach which can be
materially benefited by
a short course of
Stomach Bitters
24 $16.00
26 16.50
28 17.00
30 17.50
24 inch $3.90
26 " 4.50
28 " 5.10
$2.00 AND UP X
W. N. U., LINCOLN, NO." 3-1914.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
For Over
Thirty Years
A tullvt preparation of in-jrtt.
for Rt-Ilnrln.f tfTnlnv- t.M.I
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