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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1915)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
No sick headache, sour stomach,
biliousness or constipation
Oct a 10 cent box now.
Turn the rascals out tho headache,
biliousness, Indication, tho nick, sour
stomach niid foul gases turn them
out to-nlRht and keep them out with
Millions . men and women take n
Cascarct now nnd then and never
know tho misery caused by a lazy
liver, clogged bowels or an upset stom
ach. Don't pit. in another day of distress.
Let Cascarcts cleanse your stomach;
remove tho Hour, fermenting food;
take th excess bile from your liver
and earrv out nil tho constipated
wasto matter nnd poison In tho
bowcln. Then you will feel great.
A Cascnrct to-night straightens you
out by morning. They work while
you sleep. A 10 cent box from
any drug storo means n clear head,
sweet stomach nnd clean, healthy liver
nnd bowel action for months. Chil
dren lovo Cascarcts becnuso thej '
never gripe or Blckcn. Adv.
Ilacon In a coMly watch that has
been made for exhibition purposes
thero Is n wheel that makes a revolt!
tlon but once In four years, operating
a dial that hIiowb the enra, mouths
Kgbort Never do In South America.
They could never wait four years for a
revolution down thoro,
A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE ANY-
ONE THE GREAT KIDNEY
A few yearn apo I wns troubled with a
complication of kidney and utomnch ail
ments aad although 1 tried two or three
different doctors, I was unable to obtain
a cure. Having heard a grc.it deal about
Swamp-Root, I decided to give it a trial
and purchased a one-dollar bottle of Mr.
Alexander, the druggist. From the be
ginning I eeuld notice a change for tho
better and after taking eight bottles of
yonr medieine, I felt entirely cured and
havo not bad any trouble since.
Had I began using Swamp-lloot sooner,
I would have been a few hundred dollars
to the good and saved myself a lot of
You stay use my testimonial any time
yon wisli. Tout very truly,
CHARLES E. HARRIS,
460 Sbrtfe St. Marion, Iowa.
I certify that Charles E. Harris signed
the above testimonial in my presence,
being first duly sworn to the truth there
of, this tho 13th day of July, 1000.
D. R. KINLEY, J. P.
Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer & Co.,
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bottle. It will convince anyone. You
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bladder. When writing, be sure and men
tion this paper. Regular fifty-cent and
one-dollar size bottles for sale at all drug
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Gotham I should say so. 1 Just
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moro than $10,000,000 worth of mil
linery supplies from Franfe."
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Every time a man looks into n mir
ror ho inuiglncB ho sees tho reflection
of a hero.
Oh, That'o It.
Kedrt Does ho drlvo his own car?
Greono No; hlB wife's.
Pa., N. Y.,
Ireland's Patron Saint
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On March 17, In or about the year 465, St. Patrick, consecrated bishop
of Ireland, died at Saul, In County Down, Ireland, In the seventy-eighth year
of his age. Today, more than fourteen centuries later, his day Is celebrated
with reverence and with rejoicing throughout the English speaking world,
for the Irish are everywhere, and nowhere now are they hanging men and
women, too, for the wearing of the green.
AND HIS WORKS
Colleen Tells the .Story of the ulfo
and Labors of the Beloved Preacher
Who Brought Christianity to the
Beautiful 8horea of the Green Isle.
BY A COLLEEN.
Erin's a spot famous for greenery,
But wc do not match with our scenery.
We're not ao green we can make bay with
Says the colleen. "Ah, get away with
AND 1b it green you're after think
ing we are? Then turn your In
telligent eyes upon us, for It's
probably due to us that you havo an
Intelligent eye to turn upon anything
at all! A fit of the blues and a strenk
of yellow may mako one kind of green
the green young thing that hops out
of life at a halter's end, mayhap; or
the pale green of .envy in n foolish eye.
Dut tho sweet, restful green that na
ture painted tho lslo was never that
kind of a color. 'Tls tho bright, cool
and happy shade of tho leaves nnd
growing things like tho bit of a sham
rock that best tell the story of It
And tho story of the shamrock and
the story of Irelnnd aro tho story of
Saint Patrick hlmseir. Are you telling
me you never heard it? More shamo
to you that don't know tho praises ot
tho greatest of saints.
Maybo you'ro ono of them that
thinks thp blessed man was born In
Franco Franco, ochone! Heaven savo
the mark, 'twas In Dumbarton, called
the Rocks of Clyde, in what is now
Scotland. His father and mother wero
Christians, after a fashion that 1b, and
they were subject to tho Romnn in
fluence, Scotland having been licked
by the CaeBar, which Ireland was not.
A lad of sixteen ho wnB when they
nabbed him and, turning tho prow of
the coracle down the Clyde, headed
for a Bpot near tho Giant's Causeway.
Once Innden It was not long boforo ho
was sold to Mllchu, son of Hau Rain,
who was king of Dalaradhv HIb du,ty
thereafter was nono other than the
tending ot cattle In tho valley ot tho
flrald, not far from Uroughshnne. In
that valley there Ib still a town called
Rallyllgpatrlck or Patrick's Hollow.
8lx Years of Slavery.
Six years he slaved and planned,
and then nt the ago of, twenty-two he
ran away Away from Mllchu and tho
cattle and down to the sea at KUlala
In the County Mayo, ho went. A boat
wafl ready to sail when ho reached
there; It was about two hundred miles
from the valley of tho IJrald but he
bad no money and the sailors refused
to give him pasBago. Fearful or dis
covery, he went Into tho wood ot Fo
clut, there to hldo till he could got
away safely, but tho Bailors' henrts be
came softened, nnd they sent after him
and gavo him free passage back to his
Home again after six years ot bon
dage, you'd think he would Bettlo down
nnd bo content, now wouldn't you. Rut
no. Contrary to tho wishes ot his
family ho determined to go back to
Ireland and bo n missionary; and ho
Dcgan to prepare himself for 'It Now
tho tlmo vhen most boyfl of his ago
wero in school he nnd botn away tond
Ing tho cattle of his master so It was
small book-learning hu had, and tho
task ot preparing hlmfielt wns n hard
ono, but ho spent years in monastic
schools nnd moro than twenty of them
had passed beforo ho set sal) to an
swer the "voice of the Irish" that ho
declared was calling to him.
He would bring happiness to the
lslo of Destiny by way ot Christianity
wasn't that a noblo mission? And
they were ripe for his hand. Ho landed
near tho mouth of the River Slany,
two miles from the place now known
as Saul. At that time there wore
many divisions and aa many rulers in
Ireland, each brave clan being a law
unto itself. SL Patrick tnndo straight
for the nenrcst chief, Dichu, who
thought he and IiIb companions were
pirates and camo armed to meet them,
but when SL Patrick spoke to him the
melting sweetness of his message
turned Dichu Into a stanch friend on
tho spot, and straightway ho gave a
barn to bo used ns a temporary church
and land on which to build a perma
nent ono and tho plnco Is known to
this day ob Saul, (Saul meaning barn).
Peaceful Conquest of Erin.
So tho blessed man went up and
down tho island leaving tho broad
track of light behind him. Ho gath
ered together the chiefs and their
clans that had been warring among
themselves end he made them Into one
solid body. For tho Irish never do
things by halves, and their love nnd
chivalry responded to tho appeal of
tho apostle of Erin. It wasn't giving
to tho church with one hand and
snatching back with two they were
not a bit of It only each ono trying
to outdo his neighbor in goodness and
Belf-sncrlflce. Don't think that it was
nil easy sailing. Tho saint met with
much opposition and had many threats
made on his life, but that didn't fcazo
him one whit. Tho strongest oppo
nents ho hnd wero tho Druids, as tho
pagan priests wero called Ho deter
mined to put n stop to them, and went
right into their stronghold at Tara,
whero they wero holding high Jinks,
and began tho celebration ot Easter
by lighting tho Easter flro, for it was
EaBter eve. Tho royal command was
sent to Patrick to present himself to
tho court at Slane. Thero bo wbb re
ceived with dudgeon and welcomed by
tho royal bard Dubbthack It was just
what ho wanted and he began to
preach to them and converted more
than half of them on tho spot, gaining
tho king's permission to preach In any
part of Ireland ho wished.
No need to tell him twice. From
Connaught he traveled tostho Lakes
of KUlarney, from tho east to the west
and from tho north to the south, back
and forth he went baptizing thousands.
His Inst years were spent riear Saul,
advising and teaching those who were
to take up his work and follow after
him. And on tho 17th of March, In
tho year 493, "ho was translated to
heaven " Much has been said about
just where his gravo Is, but as long as
wo know that his ashes rest In the soil
of Inlsfnll, what matter?
And today Erin's sons nro scnttored
fir and wide doing tho world's work
Literature scienco and art havo drawn
from tho Irish resources, not to men
tion that hardworking tenm, "Mike and
Pat," that keep body and soul together
for half of tho vaudovillo performers
nothing Is so easy to attempt as the
Irish brogue. Maybo you've noticed
that tho underdono bits aro rarer than
tho overdone ones? Professional nu
morlsts bad manners to them, would
becomo extinct entirely It tho samo
pair wero not hnndy to havo smart an
swers wished onto tho ends of their
tongues. 'Tls not saying tho Irish aro
not witty 1 nm, but only so good-natured
that tho sins cf tho world aro
grafted graciously upon them
Those Who Exercise Thrift, Prac
tice Due Economy, and Adopt
Reasonable Methods Are
Sure to Prosper.
Thoso who nro Interested In devel
oping tho agricultural resources of
Western Canada In bringing to tho
notice of thoso whom they deslro to
tnko part In thin doclopmont present
only tho facts. There has never been
given tho Impression that farming in
Western Canada could bo carried on
without effort or labor, but It has been
successfully t-tnted that better results
can ho secured with less outlay of
capital, either In monoy or Inbor, than
anywhere elso on tho continent. This
has been proven tlmo nnd tlmo again
Hundreds of cases could bo cited
where men hnvo taken up farms,
cither a homestead, or purchased from
railways or land companies, and with
llttlo capital nt tho start hnvo ac
quired a competence, havo established
good homes for themselves, and pro
vided a Hiiro future. They havo com
foi table homes and all their surround
ings aro comfortable, spenk of tho To
ward that their thrift has accom
plished. Catl DIcknn, of Russlnn Poland lived
In Pittsburgh, Pa., for fourteen jears,
nnd saved up $000. In 1003 ho took
tho J900 with him to Albertn. His own
story Is that ho bought a quarter bpc,
tion for which ho agreed to pay
11,'JOO "In 190 1 I hnd thirty ncres of
crop, threshed 900 bushels. In 1909 I
bought another qunrter. I now havo
ono hundred ncroit under cultivation,
nnd havo never had i crop failure.
Havo threshed forty-seven bushels of
wheat per acre, but tho nvcrngo ban
been nbout forty. My oats for tho
eleven yenrs that I havo been hero
averaged forty-sevon buBhels to tho
acre. I now havo 9 horses, 47 head
of cattle, 33 hogs, which I consider
worth J3.C0O. I havo u thousand dol
lars worth of farm Implements and
my land is worth $8,000. This Is all
clear of debt I havo every reason to
consider this a first-class mixed farm
ing, dairying and poultry raising coun
try, as I think that it Is apparent that
I hnvo had some success. The only
help that I had wa my oldest boy,
who was 8 years old when I arrived
About fifty miles west of Wctaskl
win thero Ib a pr.rtlally timbered dis
trict lying between Buck Lake and
Pigeon Lake. All this land is ready
for homestoadlng, end judging from a
letter received by a resident there,
this would seem to be an 'deal place
for a fanner who desired such sur
roundings. This settler lives on the
shore of Duck Lake, his land is willow
brush, which is easy to clear. Some
of the lumber Is good saw timber,
and lots of good logs for buildings can
bo had, as well as rails for fencing.
For wheat growing tho soil is excel
lent Water Is easily secured, fishing
Ib good and plentiful and game is any
thing but scarce. Tho settlers are
mostly from tho United States and
Tho Gourmand I suppose you'vo
had to put up with "Tlppcrary" ever
since the war started?
Tho Waiter (his labor unrewarded)
Yes, sir, and tip a rarity. London
NEGLECT YOUR SCALP
Lose Your Hair. Cutlcura
vents It Trial Free.
Cutlcura Soap shampoos cleanso
and purify the scalp of dandruff while
the Ointment soothes and heals tho
irritated scalp skin. Dandruff and
itching aro hair destroyers. Get ac
quainted with these supcrcreamy emol
lients for the skin and scalp. ' ,
Sample each free by mall with Rook:
Address postcard, Cutlcura, Dept. XY,
Roston. Sold everywhere Adv.
Their Name Is Legion.
"I usually take tho lato train
"I know; but which ono?" Philadel
phia Public Ledger.
Stubborn Throat troubles sre easily re
lieved by Dean's Mentholated Cough Drops.
They net like manic Oc at all Druggists.
A man with horso sense Ib the hard
est to drlvo,
MENS 2.50 3 3.50 4.00 4.50 '5 5.50 SHOES
WOMEN'S '2.00 '2.50 3.00 3.50 & 4.00 SHOES
BOYS' 1 .75 2 '2.50 3.00 MISSES' '2.00 & '2.50
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY
WEARING W. L, DOUGLAS SHOES
W. I Douglaa .hoe. aro made of
leather, on tho Inte.t modem, cunuuuy ciinairncicti uj me muit
ezitert lost and pattern tuukent in nil
of equal price, can compete with W. Im Dmiclaa .hoe for ntyln
workmamlilp anil quiUlty, A. comfortable, eaujr walking
hoe they are utuurpiuied.
The 3.00,.1.50 nntl 4.00 .hoe
nmttlieriiiaueai'OHUiiir l.oo to aj.i.uu.
VS.flli Kline roiiiimro favorably wllh
ouu to H.tMi, wnureier you live iprre are iiiuiiy niui
ami winiun wearing W,l..loiii:la iIiovk. Conmilttheni
anil thuy will tell you that W. t Douglu)
ho excelled. lor tuo price.
If you could vllt tlm W. T.. DourIii
llrorkton, Maita., iiiul Hen how carefully
are muni), mm um iiikii Kraiiu M'uiiimn iiiu,
you would then tiiiilnrxluml why thy look .mil
lit hotter, liolil their aliupu anil wear longer
than other makua for tho price.
If your dealer cannot supply you, wrlto for Illus
trated Catalog showing how to order by mall.
V.Ti.I)ouKlitfiS10 Spark 8t,,Urockton,Muss.
At.C0H0l.-3 PEH CENT
AYegclalilc Preparation for As
the Stomachs and Uimels of
ncssntulKcst Contains neither
Opium.Morpliinc nor Mineral
Not Nauc otic
Vyjw fOM DrSAMVUMMSIt
A perfect Hctnedy for Constipa
tion . Sour Stomacli.Dinrrlwiea,
ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP
Foe Simile Signature of
Tun Centauii Company.
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Mayor tells policemen to club tho
right man, but who's going tc admit
ho's the right mnn?
'Tape's Diapepsln" fixes sick,
sour, gassy stomachs in
Time it! In flvo minutes all stomach
distress will go. No Indigestion, heart
burn, BOurncsB or belching of gas, acid,
or eructations of undigested food, no
dizziness, bloating, or foul breath.
rape's Diapepsln Ib noted for Its
speed in regulating upset stomachs.
It is the surest, quickest and most cer
tain Indigestion remedy in tho whole
world, and besides it Is harmless.
Plcaso for your Bake, get a large
fifty-cent case of Pape's Diapepsln
from any storo and put your stomach
right Don't keep on being miserable
llfo Is too short you aro not here
long, so mako your stay agreeable.
Hat what you llko and digest it; en
joy lr without dread of rebellion In
Pnpo's Diapepsln belongB In your
homo nnyway. Should ono of tho fam
ily eat something which don't agreo
with them, or In enso of nn attack of
Indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis or
stomach dorangement at daytimo or
during the night, It is handy to glvo
tho quickest relief known. Adv.
The paving of streets with wooden
blocks originated in Russia.
Beautiful Recipe Book For Every
We have been nuked by the Calumet
linking Powder Company of CIiIchko to
announce tliruuKli tho columns of this
publication tlmt they havo JiihL KOttcn up
mm of the best Heclpo HooUh ever pub
llHhcd, 1C pnKm of which nro beautifully
Illustrated, showing In the calorH a lot of
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rnn In) prepared with Calumet lSuklut;
In addition to this thero nro 2S2 valu
able rcclpea and numnroun household hints
prepared by tho tnoHt noted Domestic Sci
ence teachcrH and Cooking Exnertit.
Wo know you will tlnd this a very valu
able book, nn you will have uso for It
almoBt every day.
All you have to do to Kct one In to take
tho Blip that you llnd In a pound enn ot
Calumet Hakluir Powder, fill In your nnme
ii nd nddreHs according to the Irmtructlons
nn the llp ami mall It to tho Calumet
linking Powder Compnny, Chlcngo. III.
It you nro not already using Calumet
Baking Powder, wo would Huggeat that
you try It today. You will find It whole
some and economical to use.
You will llnd It a Uaklng Powder of un.
usual merit nnd tho recipe book one of
the most beautiful and useful books of
this kind that you havo ever possessed.
Llfo Ib never monotonous
woman who can afford a cook.
thn bent iluiuettlo and Imported
coiiiurr. nn oilier iuuko
will Rive m pooil anrvlco
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For Infants nnd Children,
Mothers Know That
THt OtNTUN eOMPANT, NCW TOSH CfTT.
A good camel will travel 100 miles
day for ten days.
SAGE TEA DARKENS GRAY
HAIR TO ANY SHADE. TRY IT!
Keep Your Locks Youthful, Dark,
Glossy and Thick With Garden
Sage and 8ulphur.
When you darken your hair with
Sago Tea and Sulphur, so ono can
tell, because It's done bo natsxally, so
evenly. Preparing this mixture,
though, nt homo Is nnissy and trouble
some. For GO ccntB you can buy at
any drug storo tho ready-te-sso tonlo
called "Wyeth'B Sago and Sulphur
Hair Remedy." You Just dampen a
sponge or soft brush with It and
draw this through your harr, taking
one small strand at a time. By morn
ing all gray hair disappears, aad, after
another application or two, yoar hair
becomes beautifully darkoaed, glossy
and luxuriant. You will also dis
cover dandruff Is gone aid hair has
Gray, faded hair, though no dls
graco, is a sign of old ago, and as we
all deslro a youthful and n t tract! vo ap
pearance, get .busy at once wfth Wy
cth'n Sago and Sulphur and look years
Tho beauty of the kalsomlned coun
tenance Ib not oven skin deep.
by getting a big red
can of Van Houten's
Rona Cocoa today.
Better than coffee
and costs less. Half
A toilet prvptraUo of taarlfc
llcll to rrxileuliadn&
Far R tularin CA and
Bautr to Gray or TmitA Hair.
Sudan and Billion S Grass
IHmIUto euro for hr fhorUe. BiaOiTiLOOrium
John A. Salter Seed Co., Box 703, U Crotte. Wta
When buyln W.L DouiUa
(bom loo Tot bU NAMU
AND I'uiuui iiunpea on
tho bottom. 6boa ibui
lumped are atwu won
ids price pua lor mem.
32 ton W. L. Uouilu 1
guaranteed tbctr vuu. and
pro tec led tbe wearer aalm
likh diIcm for Inferior aboea
by bavlng bla NAMtf AND
l'HIOE aiainpcd oa tbe bot
tom before ibey lean tbe
far torv.Do not be bcrauaded
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