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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 7, 1920)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
' Jt'BL? TCTBHW- JR. jA
After Thosowgh Trial a Detroit,
Mich., RSaii Encforsss Pe-ru-na
Tho followftitt letter written
from Detroit, Miclninn H no snap
jtidgmuntcxprcsscd on tho merits
of lje-ru-nn, the well-
but rather a mature,
sober opinion formed
after n full year's trial.
This is tlio way fir.
Michael Fuko of 000
East I'almcr Avemio,
In tho MiehigauMctro
polis. writes t "After
using I'JMUJ-NA for
hboutono year will say
I havo found it n vcjy
good medicino for ca
tarrh. It has helncd
mo a great deal and I
am very well satisfied. I havo
gained in weight, cat and sleep
well, my bowels aro regular and
butter color in my face.
'TE-KU-NA has dono wondcra
and to mo is worth its weight in
gold. 1 shall continue to use
, PK-UU-NA ns long n
I live and recommend
to my iricudsiwho nro
Nothing can bo more
convincing than an en
dorsement of this na
ture from an actual
user. Thcro aro many
pcoplo in overy com
munity whoso experi
ence, in using Pe-ru-na,
has been identical with
Mr. Faho'B. It 1b tho
Btandby for coughs,
colds, catarrh, stomach
and bowel disorders and all ca
Put up in both tablet and liquid
form, HOLD RVERYWIIKUK.
T lOUIt iMO.
For the Hands
Seap 25cOiataent 25 and 50c, Teteom 25c.
i itettores tailor and
Beauty to Cray and Faded Hair
tea wid l oo at drurcUtt.
nitfoiChirn. V k. rtrliogn.W.Y
HINDERCORNS Renjorw Com.. Cal.
Iouhi, eto-, itorx all pain, niiitn comfort to tho
ttt, nuke waiklnc tar. He by mull or at Drug
CUM, UlcoClnaiicaiWorlii,l'atcUo1Uo,N. Y. '
80 Years Old
Now Feels YounjJ After
iuhiuk juuiuuiu iur v
"I had sour stomach ever since I had
the grip and it bothered me, badly
IJuve taken Entonlc only a week and
am much better. Am SO years old,"
ays Mrs. John Hill.
Eatonlc quickly relieves sour stom
ach, indigestion, heartburn, bloating
and distress after eating because It
takes up and carries out the excess
acidity and gases which cause most
stomach ailments. If you havo "tried
everything" and still suffer, do not give
)p iiope. Eatonlc has brought relief to
tens of thousands like you. A big box
costs but a trifle with your druggist's
Creamery and Cream
Milk iottles and Dairy Supplies; Egg
nues onu oniCKcn UOOps
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address C. V. Itusiell, Secy. Lincoln Tele-
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POtlTIVrLY KKM0VID br D. Bmr't
rrtrliU Ulatmf-vur dniint" or hv
null, , rbook. Dr. CYH.ptrry
Cg.. 27S MUchltan Av.nu., Cllkaas
Vlre Pioshlentlul Candidate Cool
Idge was commenting on a rival politi
cal party, "ft reminds me," he mid,
"of the little boy who hurt his linger,
"'How dlil you do It?' cried thf
"With n hummer.' sobbed Willie.
"'Hut 1 didn't hear you cry.'
"'1 didn't know you were lu the
house.' was the reply."
Stops Hair Coming Out:
Doubles Its Beauty.
A few ceuta buys "Dnnderlnc."
After un application of "Uaiulerlne
you tun not find a fallen httlr or anj
dandruff, besides every hair thows new
life, vigor, brightness, more color anc
A New Definition.
"What Is n widow?" asked the
teacher of n Sunday school class, the
subject of the day's lesson being the
widow of Hum.
There was silence until she nod
ded to a little boy on her left, nnd
Kitld: "You know what widow is,
don't you?" for she knew that tho lit
tle hoy's mother was ont
"Yes'm," he answered, "It's a lady
what takes In washing I" Edinburgh
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Accept "California" Syrup of FIgi
on!, look for the name California on
the package, then you are sure your
child Is having the best and most harm
less physic for the little stomach, liver
and bowels. Children love Its fruity
taste. Full directions on each bottle.
You must say "California." Ad".
The Human Dud.
While he was making his way about
his platoon one dark night n sergeant
heard thu roar of a "(J. 1 Can" over
head and dived Into a shell hole. II
wns already occupied by a private,
who was hit full In the wind by tho
iioncom.'K head. A moment's silence
a long, deep breath, and then:
"(Jood lord, Is that you, surge?"
"Thank heaven ! I was Just waiting
for you to explode I"
Kill That Cold With
CASCARA D QUININE
Neglected Colds are Dangerous
Take no chances. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first snease.
Breaks up a cold in 24 hours Relieves
Grippe in 3 days Excellent for Headache
Quinine in this form does not affect the bead Concara U best Tools
LaxaUvs No Opiate in Hill's.
ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT
American Sharpers Throng New
York Cjty to Prey on People
From Old World.
"LAND OF PLENTY"
Western Canada a Country of
USE SIMPLE SCHEMES
Sell Brooklyn Bridge And Statue ol
Liberty Every Day Five-Cent
Subway Tickets Bring $20 for
a Trip to Chicago.
New York. "From steerage to sue
ecxs" lirielly sketches the careers of
mini Immigrants to America. Hut It
does not tell tl e Htruguhw, the hard
ships nnd een the Indignities endured
by many Immigrants, Including some of
the most successful ones, during the
lutei'M'iiliig period between their arriv
al In America and the time when they
achieve suetes or suffer failure, as
the ease may be.
I Aery year bring a fresh crop of
stories about successful Immigrants,
but it brings also stories- about Immi
grants leaving America, disappointed
and diMMiiirngcd, because, lucking gov
ernmental protection and friendly
guidance, they fell Into the hands of
New York city sharpers who lleeced
them of their savings.
TrlckG Are Many.
The tricks of these sharpers, as cata
logued liy persons who have Investigat
ed complaints, range from the outright
sale of the Statue of Liberty and
Urooklyn bridge for an amount equiva
lent to the entire savings of the immi
grant to the sale of subway tickets at
a cost of from $10 to S-0 each, "good
for a trip to Chicago."
One artful contlilencc man who
waxed wealthy without the necessity
for prolonged honest effort garnered
Immigrant dollars through the sale of
green tickets at $1 to ?." apiece enti
tling the hearers to admission to tin
More than il.000 Immigrants annual
ly tile 'complaints of exploitation with
the bureau of Industries and Immigra
tion of New York state.
Immigrants Fall Easy Prey.
Newly nrrlved Immigrants, unfamil
iar with our language, customs and
laws and form of government, are easj
Literally Hundreds of Miles of Won-
derful Grain Fields Delight the Eye
Yields Will Run Well Over a
A trip through the wheat Ileitis of
Western Canada may lack the Inspira
tion, such as one m.iy Hud working In
sidiously through his being as ho
tiaxerses the mountain areas of
Canada, rich In the variety of color
and depth of shades that they cast,
wonderful In (heir magnitude, their
grandeur, restful, even although the
streams that How from their sldei
come down with a swish and a swash
creating a noise that makes one's ear
drums beat their last beat. Then as
we rest beside the lakes In the clouds
nnd see the calm and peace which
they enjoy in the midst of nestling
hills, we wonder If there's another
world. Care has vanished; all wo
want Is to dwell upon the scene. Hut
It was not the Intention to speak of
mountain scenery, roaring torrents,
placid lakes, and restful haunts.
Italher, we were about to speak of the
other kind of Inspiration that Is
nroued ns one traverses Western
Canada's Immense plains, grldlroncd
with railroads and splendid highways,
along whose borders and away back
are to be seen the most wonderful
grain fields. The crops of wheat, oats,
barley, flax, and com yes, corn havo
Just been harvest etl, the threshing ma
chines nre busy, the elevators ar
ready the thirty and forty thousand
bushel elevators, with three, four, and
fle and more at nearly every station
along the thousand miles of railway
that serve this Immense new nrea of
agricultural land. There Is not a mora
Inspiring sight thnn these grain fields.
They lead one to pause and reflect, ,
get one Into a mental arithmetic
strain, and the mind wanders ns It
gnthers the great length of figures that
represents tho Western Canada grain
crop of 1020. A pencil nnd paper
nrc needed, for the value will run Into
and over n billion dollars. At least,
that Is what those who profess to keep
themselves posted ns to values
Tho wheat crop alone will run over
2.r)0,000.000 bushels, and If you figure
this at $'J.S0 per bushel, the prlco It Is
selling at ns we write, there you liavs
$700,000,000 alone. Then there Is tho
oat crop, with a yield of one hesitates
to say the quantities In bushels, for
the threshers nre reporting yields of
110 and 120 bushels per acre, where
but 80 and 00 bushels were expected,
but their value, apart from that of
barley and rye and flax, will carry
as oyer tho bliiion dollar mark.
Of course all this means but we
bad almost forgotten to spenk of the
cattle nnd horses, the sheep and the
pigs, the dnlry and ninny Bothcr farm
products, the Incrense and production
of which this year will bring In many
more million dollars all this means
that there will he a rush of buyers to
Western Canada this fall, during the
winter, and next spring.
A certain amount of satisfaction Is
derived by those "hack home here,"
whose friends nro writing them in
dorsing tho statements that are ap
pearing In the press of wheat yields of
thirty, forty, and fifty bushels to, the
ere; of oats yielding anywhere from
sixty to 120 bushels per acre. Dis
tricts have not been speclnlly favored.
Travel anywhere, eight hundred miles
cast and west, four hundred miles
north and south, and It Is the sntno
story, splendid yields, good acreage,
excellent prices, easy marketing, but
labor a little scarce. Advertisement.
aids to good looks, sound
teeth eager appetite and
digestion are only 5C a
fdvl.C3&;C 6 SEALED
V vh. SSSLunc vA
si 'A WfSrvA VrrttfT5SrSivl!flfs"
A 7) ill )iUiasrUesV1
After every meal
Not His Class.
"That old miser Is sul generis."
"He ain't neither. Nothlti' generous
Catarrh Con Be Cured
Catarrh Is a local dlscuue greatly Influ
enced by constitutional conditions. It
therefore requires constitutional treat
ment. HALL'S CATARIUI MEDICIM?
Is taken Internally anU acts through
tho lllood on the Mucous Surfaces of
the System. HALL'S CATARRH
MKDlClNli destroys the foundation ot
tho disease, gives the patient strength by
Improving the general health and assists
naturo In doing Its v;ork.
0 All Druggists. Circulars freo.
,F: J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
To micceed ono must bo patient.
Tho penitentiaries nro full of people
who were Impatient.
Watch Cutlcura Improve Your Skin.
On rising and retiring gently smear
the face with Cutlcura Ointment.
Wash off Ointment In flvo minutes
with Cutlcura Soap and hot water. It
Is wonderful sometimes what Cutlcura
will do for poor complexions, dandruff,
Itching nnd red rough hands. Adv.
A man full of himself Is ns disagree
able as a man full of whisky.
"What Is his walk in life?"
"He In demonstrator for a new auto,
"Pape's Dlapepsln" Corrects -Stonch'
"I'apo's Dlapepsln" Is the quickest, sur
est relief for Indlgostlon, Oases, Flatu
lonco, Heartburn.' Sourness, Fermentation
or Stomach Distress caused by acidity.
A .few tablots givo almost Immediate
stomach rellof and shortly the stomach J
Is coirocted so you can cat favorite foods "
without fenr. Largo case costs only 00
cents at drug nto.j. Absolutely harmless
mil plensnnt. Millions helped annually.
Uest stonmo! corroetlvn known Adv.
It Isn't necessary to npend money
In advertising your troubles; simply
tell them to a gossip.
Important to Mothers
Examine carofully every bottle ot
CASTOltIA, that famous old remedy
iui uuuuih uuu cuuurcu, nnu see inai i
Tn TYra fnr fluae 'III Vn.i
Children Cry for Fletcher's Caetori
Home women's Ideas of happiness
consist In supposing themselves the
envy of all their friends.
Selling the Statuo of Liberty.
prey, nnd many, individuals take ad
vantage of that fact.
New York Is net tho only statt
where Immigrants nrc belnc exploited
California, Massachusetts" and Ohlc
hnvc ftls'o ofllcial reports of fraudi
practiced on Immigrants. Practical!
every other state can tell the saint
Overcharging for baggage, frnndt
perpetrated by so-called "private'
hankers, tho sale of worthless Inven
tlnns, fake partnerships, the passlnt
of Confederate money nnd counterfeit
coins nnd outright robbery through
pocket picking and open violence and
force aro common throughout the
KILLS SON FOR BERRY THIEF
The Bayer Cross" on tablets is the thumb-print which
positively identifies genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for
over 20 years, and proved safe by millions.
Two Farmers Try to Protect Patch
From Raids Unknown to Each
Concord, N. H. -Oliver C. Dlmond.
a farmer of West Concord district,
wns shot nnd killed late nt night by his
father, who mistook him for n berry
thief, according to reports to the po
lice. Itnlds upon their berry patch
had aroused tho Ire of tho Dlmnnds,
The father said ho decided to arm
himself and He In wait ,for tho raid
ers. Unknown to tho father, tho son de
cided upon tho same course, and when
the elder Dlmond saw an armed man
emergo from tho thicket ho said he
fired. Oliver Dlmond died soon nf
forward. After Investigating tho shoot
ing the authorities decided no action
on tholr part was nncessary.
r Cj V"
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