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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1920)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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ifeSSJrF or rosy cheeks, 1
Jhappy smiles, white I
Msmr teeth, good appetites I
Jr and digestions. I
SF Its benefits are as GREAT I
II as its cost is SMALLl I
V It satisfies the desire for I
I sweets, and is beneficial, too.
I Sealed Tight Kept Right I
I "Aftcr "The I
E Every g WRICIEYSJ II Flavor 1
I Meal" WQd33nEat, Lasts 1
B Ire. .T".' PERFECT GUM r ItMl E Mj
WE DON'T CAIIK WIIKltU IT IS, we can
(urn your property. Wrlto us. sendlni; full
description anil location. TAYLOK UIIOS.,
Wition R. OoUmia,
II fl Artliji mnA hnnto rrtim
Bates reasonable, nisnest references. BetUerrlcos.
i Restores joor and
Beauty to Cray and Faded Hair
ttlncol Chf m. V k. 1'ittfhoimf. N.T
HINDERCORNSllnnoTes Corns. Cal-I
louses, etc, stone all pain, ensures comfort to tba'
fret, makei walking; eaur. lie. by mall or at Drug?-.
CUU. UliCoxCbemlcal Worka.tatcnosroo.M.T.
Creamery and Cream
Milk Bottles and Dairy Supplies; Hffe
uasss quo uniCKcn uoops
KRNNF.nY A PARCrtMG fn
1300 Jane St. font F .1. c.
OMAHA SIOUX CITY
BURLINGTON DISTRICT, 160 acres un
improved; good farming or investment.
$25 per acre, $1,500 cash. Balance easy
terms. Address, FRANK GASS, Owner,
4005 North 25th Street, Omaha, Nebraska
25c Will DoZ
YOU GET ALI.TIILRE IS IN IT
Attach n auarier i25oJ to end of
jour roll, mall It to u. we will
develop, tlnlHh and mull It back
to you. uneuny service.
In nt nine, out at five.
f7 iZaiiBn 'c
"Put 'er 1 here" 1406 O St., Lincoln. Neb.
Lincoln Photo Supply Co.
(Katttmau Kodak Co.)
Dept. K, 1217 O St Lincoln, Neb.
7PER ANNUM TAX FREE
The Lincoln TMnphona & Telegraph Com
pany, Lincoln, Nob , Is offering to investor
at par, 1100 per share. Homn of Its tax-free
7 stock that hits paid quarterly dividends
for tho past 11 years. This is a nafe and con
venient Investment, checks for dividends be
ing mailed to your address for 11.76 per
1100 share In Januury, April, July and Oc
tober. For Information or for shares of stock
address C. V. Itussell, Hecy. Lincoln Tele.
Bhone & Telegraph Company, Telephone
Idlf., Lincoln. Neb.
SULPH0 SALINE SPRINGS
Located on our own premises
and used in the
Natural Mineral Water Baths
Unsurpassed in the treatment of
Heart, Stomach, Kidney and
Moderate charges. Addrcsi
DR. O. W. EVERETT. Mar.
4rh am M Sts. Lincoln, NsD.
A Stock Chaser.
A manufacturing concern recently
ndvortised In the pnpers for u "stock
chaser" In the purchasing department.
Many answers were received, but
one in particular showed the writer's
conception of the job, for ho said: "I
think I am qualified to fill tho posi
tion I see you advertise, as I've been
a farmer all my life."
If Constipated, Bilious or
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Drain foggy? Blue devils got you?
Don't stay sick, bilious, headachy, con
stlpnted. Remove the liver and bowel
poison which Is keeping your head
dizzy, your tongue coated, your breath
bud nnil stomach sour. Why not spend
a few cents for a box of Cascarets nnd
enjoy the nicest, gentlest Inxotive-ca-'
thnrtlc you ever experienced? Cns
raretr. never gripe, sicken or Inconve
nience one like Salts, Oil, Calomel or
harsh Pills. They work while you
Clothes and the Man.
"The clothes do not make the ninn,"
remarked the ready-made philosopher.
"No," replied Mr. Chugglns, as ho
climbed out from under tho car. "If
clothes made the mini, uielibu I could
put on a fur overcoat and a cup and
make this fool machine treat me llko
I was a regular chauffeur."
$100 Reward, $100
Catarrh In n local dlHcuso greatly Influ
enced by contttltutlonal conditions. It
therefore, requires constitutional treat
ment. HALL'S CATAR-KII MEDICINE
is taken Internally and nets through the
Wood on the Mucous Surfaces of tho Sys
tem. HALL'S CATAimH MEDICINE
destroys tlio foundation of the disease,
gives tho patient strength by Improving
the general health nnd ns.ilsts nature In
doing Its work. 1100.00 for any case of
Catarrh that HALL'S CATARIIH
MEDICINiS falls to cure.
Druggists 75o. Testimonials freo.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
First Sojer Soy, Bill, lennne have
five, will yor? Jack Just borrowed five
Second Sojer Can't do it, buddy. I
Just borrowed live off Jack n mluuto
ago. The Home Sector.
"If tlint's bouillon I'm an Idiot."
"That's right, sir. It Is bouillon."
Only seven metals wero known In
tho days of Columbus. There are now
more than fifty In use.
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IMPROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL
Illy ItEV J'. U. KlTXAVATKIl, D. D.,
Teacher of English tiltile In tho Moody
Hlhlu Institute of CI Itaito i
IC'np) right 1 OgO. Wenern Newspnper t'nloiit
LESSON FOR APRIL 11
DEBORAH AND BARAK DELIVER
LESSON TEXT-.ltiducs M-5 3f.
GOLDEN TET-Ci.il It. n ir riifuge and
strength, n vciy pronnl help In trouhle.
ADDITIONAL MATEItlAL - Jildgei
4:1-3. Hub U.S.', 3J
PHIMAItV twl'IC-A lliavo Woman
Helping it nenerul.
JUNIOIt TOI'IC-A Slory of n lleic
and a Hcroliio
INTEUMEDIATE AND riENIOIl TOPIC
-Klghtliig on Ood's ftlde
YOl'NO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
The Services of Women In Natlonul
The book of Judge covers the pe
riod from the coiKjticM of fnnnim am)
death of Joshua to Hie Jii'lurslilp of
Siitnui'l. While Joxlimi anil the eld
ers of his generation lived the people
In some measure remained fill III fill to
(ml In obedience to his Word, but the
very next generation went Into apos
tasy. Their declension may be ac
counted for as follows:
1. Failure to drive the Canannltcs
from their midst.
'J. Their nuiiilgiiiiintlon with the Cn
nnnnltes. Their close proximity to
the people hud Its leavening effect, for
they soon Intermarried with the heath
en. Tolerance with the enemy Is close
ly followed by union therewith, and
quick disaster comes In the wake of
3. Idolatry. Intormarrlnge with the
heathen was soon followed by the
worship of tho heathen gods. Thus Is
rael's power wns gradually weakened,
so that Instead of being conquerors
they became Uio conquered.
In chapter 2:0-0 Is given a synopslH
of the book of Judges:
1. The sin of the people (vv. 0-13).
2. God's Judgment for their sin (w.
3. Repentance of the people (3:0).
4. God's deliverance at the bunds of
the Judges (vv. 10-10).
A repetition of sin. oppression bj the
enemy, repentance on the part of the
people, n ml God's deliverance, Is tho
story of the book of Judges.
I. The Judgeship of Deborah (4:
Her nnnie means "Roe," suggesting
orderly-Instincts. As suggested by nn
other, "She answered her mime by her
Industry, sagacity, and great use to
the public." The period was marked
by awful oppression. The Israelites
were helpless, for the enemy had 000
chariots of Iron. Deborah wns nn
unique character. God raised her up
for such a time as this. Under a palm
tree she held tin open court for the
administration of Justice.
II. Deborah Summons Barak (4:
Unrnk means "lightning." Deborah,
helng n prophetess, was able to select
the ninn whoso gifts would enable him
to rally the forces needed to gain the
victory over the formidable foo.
1. Deborah's call (w. 0. 7). It was
Clod's cull through her. She gave defi
nite Instruction as to the number of
men and the strategy to be employed,
assuring Bnrnk that God would deliver
Slsera, the cuptnln of Jahln's uimy,
Into his hand.
2. Bnrnk's reply (v. 8). Expression
of unwillingness to go iinleas Deborah
would go with til tn should hardly be
considered as cowardice or weakness,
as It Is n well-recognized fact thnt tho
presence of a woman, especially tho
prophetess, would Inspire eourngo on
the pnrt of the warriors. However, ho
rhould have believed God's ability to
give the victory without the uld of a
3. Barak's rebuke (vv. 0, 10). De
borah yielded his request, but made It
plain to him that It would detract from
Ills honor ns a conqueror, "for tho
Lord shall sell Slsera Into the hand
of a woman."
III. The Defeat of Jabln's Army (w.
Slsera, the captain, gathered n
mighty army and went forth with full
nssuranco of victory, but he made a
sud mistake; he did not consider that
It wus the Lord's battlo (v. 15). At the
psychological moment Deborah gave
tho signal to charge, assuring Barak
that the Lord would give tho victory
(v. 14). Through supernatural Inter
position the enemy became pa nl c
BtrlckiMi (see 5 :20).
IV. Slsera Killed by a Woman (vv.
In his flip; lit he took rojuge In Jncl's
tent. Under tho guise of friendship,
fiho committed the most heinous mur
der. She fastened his head to tho
ground by means of a tent pin.
V. Deborah and Barak's Song of Vic
tory (chnp. B).
This was composed nnd sung In eel-
cbrntlon of tho mnrvelotis victory
which God had wrought.
Robbing Real Inward Life.
Ho who Is rich for himself, laying
p treasure for himself, Is by so much
robbing his real inward life cf its re
sources. Time Never Lost.
Tho sum of wisdom Is that the
time Is never lost that Is devoted to'
Being a Great Soul.
Ho who would bo n great soul In
the future, must be a great soul now.
There ii only one medicine tlmt really
Mcndi out pic-citiincnl ns u medicine, for
ptit.thlp niliucnlfl uf the kidncjo, liver anil
Dr. Kilmer's Stvnmp-Ituot Simula the
liiKl.ut fur the lemon thnt it bin proven
to lie jut the ii'incily nectled in thmiMtntls
upon tlininnmU of ilitrtHsiiig enscs.
Swamp Ifool makes friends quickly ho-cnu-e
itst iiitld and uumeilinto effect is coon
realized in most can. It is a gentle,
liealitij; cgetnble compound.
Stttt t ttcutmciit nt once. Sold at nil
ill tig stores m bottle of two hizcs, medi
um n ii it l.-uge.
However, if you vih first to test tlii
Rieat picpar.ttioti wild ten cent to Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Ilitiglintntpu, N V., for n
sample bottle. When willing be cine and
iiu'titiou this paper Adv.
New Life-Saving Device.
Firing n test shut with Its barrel
full of water was ihe iiihimimI per
formance of no Improved form of gun
for shunting n no Hue over u wrecked
vessel, lii recent nlllclal trluK snys
Popular Mechanics .Magazine. A one
piece xlicll containing powder and pro
jectile ges the new gun a great ad
vantage over the old muzzle-loading
l.vpe. The barrel may be regulated to
elevations of thirty, forty-live, sixty or
eighty degrees, and Its range Ii 1,700
feet. The barrel Is readily carried by
one man, and the one-piece carriage
litis a pair of wheels for easy hauling.
The firing uiecliaulsiii Is actuated by
n lanyard, and the life Hue, attached
to the projectile, unwinds from the
center of the reel without kinking.
OLD GARMENTS NEW
WHEN DIAMOND DYED
Shabby, Faded, Old Apparel Turns
Fresh and Colorful.
Don't worry about perfect results.
Use "Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to
give a new, rich, fadeless color to nny
fabric, whether it be wool, silk, linen,
cotton or mixed goods, dresses,
blouses, stockings, skirls, children's
conts, feathers everything 1
Direction Book In package tells how
to diamond dye over any color. To
match any ninterlnl, hnve dealer show
you "Diamond Dye" Color Card. Adv.
A well-known film buyer was chnt
ling to a producer the other day and
became so Interested in the subject
of film acting that the latter thought
he ought to be tactful anil offer him
a part. When the film was complete
the producer Invited tho buyer to see
himself ns he really was.
"Well 1" said Mr. Producer, "and me
you going to buy the film?"
"No," replied Mr. Buyer, "I'm going
to commit suicide 1"
A Liarned Capital.
Annul, capital of the Swiss canton
of Argovla, possesses one of the hnrd
est working libraries In tho world.
Though the library consists of only
80,000 volumes which Is not so largo
ns public Institutions go In tho United
States the population of the capltnl
Itself Is only 10,000. With eight vol
nines per Inhabitant, the library of
Annul has Just causo to boast of itself
ns a miniature Athens.
"Esau gave up his birthright for a
"Yes, and he made a mess of It."
Eskimo children piny fooihall with
a bag stuffed with hair.
Pluck loses no time on account of
Another Royal Suggestion
GRIDDLECAKES and WAFFLES
From the New Royal Cook Book
THERE is an art in
making flapjack pan
cakes, griddle cakes or
wheats, call them what
you will. But it is an art
very easily and quickly
acquired if you follow the
Here arc some recipes
for a variety of breakfast
cakes that will make
grandmother envious. The
secret, of course, is Royal
Royal Hot Griddle Cakes
2 cupa flour
ty teaspoon salt
i teaspoons Hoyal finking
IVi cups milk
2 tablespoons shortening
Mix and sift dry ingredi
ents; add milk and melted
shortening; beat wcH. Bake
on slightly greased hot grid
dle. Griddle Cakes with Eggs
1 cupa flour
H teaspoon salt
3 teaspoons) Hoyal Raking
lty cupa milk
1 tablespoon shortening
Mix and sift dry ingredi
ents; add beaten eggs, milk
and melted shortening; mix
well. Bake immediately on
"Bake with Royal and
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"'ct Conlcnts iriPlit Praahnv
J ' H
I, neither Onhim.MorpWnc nor
. 7 r..inn.ivftr
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
A married man's Idea of a good
lime Is doing tho things bis wife
Eighty-five thousand women are
now employed by the railway system
of the United States
ltf ALC0"ll0f.-a PBK CENT.
SJfc ' AtciabtePreparatioiiBrAs-.
JCfS I similnlimjlhclbod lyKcduUi' J
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NAME "BAYER" ON
Safe and proper directions are in every "Bayer package"
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" to be
genuine must bo marked with tho
safety "Bnyer Cross." Then you are
getting tho true, world-famous Aspirin,
prescribed by physicians for over 18
Always buy nn unbroken pneknge of
"Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" which con-
There are 1.000,000 persons in India
engaged In the production of silk.
Caterpillars ami moths of the mul
berry silk Industry of India are entlie
ly domesticated creatures.
bMi iim I A
tw m a "ary m fjra K U JI 11
For Infants and Children.
Motors Know That
THC CCNTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY.
Tlieie Is not much usu In starting
on the right road unless you keep oa
The man who marries a disagree
able woman for her money swallows a
bitter sllver-coiitetl pill.
tnlns proper directions to safely relieve
Colds, Headache, Toothache, Earache,
Neuralgia, Lumbago, Ithcumatlsm, Neu
r'Mu Joint Pains, mid I'nln generally.
Handy tin boxes of twelve tnhlets
cost but n few cents. Druggists nlso
sell lnrger "Bayer" packages. Aspirin
Is the trade murk of Bayer Mnnufncturo
of Monoaceticacidcsterof Sallcyllcacld.
Some men wasto a lot of time try
ing to convince others that they tiro
Knngolnnd breeds a native sheep
which Is without wool.
2 cups buckwheat lour
1 cup Hour
6 teaspoons Hoynl Baking
m teaspoon salt
2 cupa milk or milk and water
1 tnblcspoon molasses
1 tablespoon shortening
Sift together flours, baking
powder and salt; add liquid,
molasses and melted short
ening; beat three minutes.
Bake on hot greased griddle.
2 cups flour
4 teaspoons Royal Baklngl
4 teaspoon salt
1 cups milk
1 tublcspoon melted shorten
ing Sift flour, baking pow.der
and salt together; add milk
to yolks of eggs; mix thor
oughly and add to dry in
gredients; add melted short
ening and mix in beaten
whites of eggs. Bake in well
greased hot waffle iron un
til brown. Serve hot with
maple syrup. It should take
about 1J4 minutes to bake
Now Royal Cook Ian ok
containing those, and
scorcB of other delightful
recipes. "Wrlto for Itio-dui,
116 1'ulton Street
New York Citj
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