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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1899)
Mrs. Elizabeth Gelbert , of-Thomas-
ton , Conn. , aged 74 , daughter of the
late Seth-Thomas , the clockmaker ,
nnd the Rev. Dr. William Webster Be- !
nen , need 78 , were married last week.
I hey wore sweethearts in early youth
but old Stli Tmohas did not like the
engagement and broke It off. Then th9
young pcoplo lost eight of each other.
Mjss Thomas married and became" a
widow nnd Dr. Uclrten also man-tad
arid lost his wife , and only recnntl-
the couple were ( thrown together
A man expects other men to shorr
his wife courtesies abroad that h
never thinks of showing her at home.
Notwcrth paying attention
to , you oay. Perhaps you
have had it for weeks.
It's annoying because you
have a constant desire to
cough. It annoys you also
because you remember that
weak lungs is a family failing.
At first it is a slight cough.
At last it is a hemorrhage.
At first it is easy to cure.
At last , extremely difficult.
quickly conquers your little
There is no doubt about
the cure now. Doubt comes
from neglect. '
For over half a century
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has
been curing colds and coughs
and preventing consumption.
It cures Consumption also
if taken in time.
Keep one 01. Er. flger's cr-c
PccosJ ! Piasters crer gos ?
EQIKIS if gso cosga.
hsH v/e send you a
book on tills irubjcci , free ?
If you have nny complaint -\rir.t-
K3 ? c\er nud desiio tie ! > ast medical
mtvicc yon can poisinly obtain , \-rlto
the doctor freely. Yunvil ! receive
s , ] irom | > t reply. vtU.ossl cr.st.
Addres.3 , Dli. J. C. AVUR.
Lowell , ilasc.
? fe's15 ? ; Cuarantacd
ia \ J
sia , constipation , liverandkitlu ydisca as.bil-
liousncss , headache , etc. At druggists 25o & SI.
f/oiiJft ' HI * " " IvoTj' ' " r cnug is , coluS ,
31 I\G | o LUiig , BtilJif : indthroatrtiscasa
A school has been adjudged to b3 a
nuisance by Mr. Justice Homer of the
English , chancery court. A school
master took a house at Tunbridge
"Wells on the assurance that there v/as
nothing to prevent its heing used as a
school. He afterward discovered in his
lease a covenant that no trade or busi
ness should be carried on in the houss
which would cause any noise Injuri
ous or disturbing to the neighbors , and
asked la be released. Justice Ilomer
directed the rescinding o the lease ,
as there was no doubt that an action
against the school as a nuisance would
Don't turn over s new leaf lee oftener
or you will soon require an additional
Urine Leprosy to Yliia Country.
Our soldiers in Hawaii may contract
leprosy and bring it to this country.
While leprosy is to be dreaded , there
are a , thousand times as many victims
to Bforhach disorders , but there is a
cure in Hostetter's Stomach Bitters.
Other'ailments that the Bitters are a
specific for- are malaria , fever and
ague. Sold at all drug stores.
The "Neues Wiener Tageblatt" says
that the dungeon in which the assas
sin of the Empress Elizabeth is now
confined is a widowless , damp , stone
chamber , and that Lucchini will prob
ably pay for his crime by the loss of
his eyesight and his reason. Only
once a fortnight is he permitted to
walk iu the prison courtyard for half
on hour. He does not even see the
attendants who bring his daily rations
at G o'clock every morning.
Try Grjxln-o ? Try GraJn-c ?
Ask your grocer today to show you a
package of GRAIN-0 , the nev- food
drink that takes tb.2 place ofoffee. .
The children may driuk it without in
jury as well as the adult. All who try
it , like it. GRAIN-0 bas that rich seal
brown of Mocha or Java , but it is made
from pure grains , and'the most delicate
stomach receives it without distress.
One-fourth the price of coffee. 15c.
and 25c. per package. Sold by all
When a man is resigned to his fate
the resignation is usually accepted.
KU A COI.T3 JW 02TE D 2
Taljo Jjuxativo Bioino Quinine Tablets. All
druggists icfunil thnrnoiicv if it faUto cure ,
'ioc. The acrminc has L. 13. - . . on each tablet.
"Sajr something and caw no wood , "
seems to be the tramp's version of it.
Fi"o'a Cnro for Ccasunption has paved
ino largo doctor bills. C. L. Bator , 4'J S
Regout Sq. , Philadelphia , Pa. , Dei : . 8 , ' 03.
A doll dressed by ? Irs. McKinley
sold for $18 at a charitv bazaar hpld
in Cleveland the other day.
; Jrs. intioTr-.i > < otTiin S.vrnp
For children tcfthin ( ; . > eli > i > > trc g1imi" < " 't6' >
tna on , allays jioin , curesTT'iidcohc. S ! teult'abottle.
Bicycles are now largely used in
place of horses on cattle ranches.
ITsvs need DTI. SETH ARNOLD'S COUGH KII.LKR
la my family for 23 years. Mrs. A. Su
Minneapolis , Hluu. 23c. a bottic.
Don't tender-jdvire until vnu find
out what particular kind is wanted.
Js tbs oldest niul best. It vill break ni r-coWfjal'-lier
lunn rnytUInii else. H Is always 7tllt ! > &lc. Try is.
Don't trust your future happiness
with a woman who never laus'-is.
- . csie , f.2 psr acre csofci
, : d. J.Kctaatl. " '
Iu Londoa the number or v.'cmon ex
ceeds that of man by about 1:50,000. :
ONLY A SPARK ? It can destroy a city.
Only a IvingcVho knows what years of
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THE CHEISTMAS CHILD
E have worked a
long time to have
nice exercises for
Christmas and it
will be all for
; nothing if you take
Lcsette away. She
" "sings better than
any of the children
and we cannot do
without her. "
Mtee ertori chcolc
her head opposing ! ; , ' . She knew that
old Manuth understood Lcr words per
fectly , though he would not reply in
"He says we come back one week
before Christmas , " interpreted the
slender little Indian girl , looking from
her father to her teacher with plead
"One weel : plenty time , Miss Ber- *
ton ? " she asked anxiously as her
teacher did not speak.
"I no like miss Christinas tree. 1
feel very bad miss Christmas singing.
Maybe so come back two weeks before
Christmas ! " She look no thought of
the length of time a week really was
in her eagerness. She added thr 'ast
sentence with sudden emphasis , 1 ' ' -
ing lip triumphantly into Miss 1 . -
ton's calm face.
"Do you wish to go very much , Lo-
zette ? " asked Miss Berton.
The child hesitated and cast down
her eyes , seeing disapproval in her
teacher's quiet manner.
Manuth muttered something in their
own language. Quickly raising her
eyes to Miss Berton's Lozette said em
phatically : "I want go very much. "
Miss Bertcn did not reply for a mo
ment , but stood looking steadly at the
child , and then , as though consenting
against her will , she said , rather
"Your father must promise ine that
you v/ill be back a week before Christ
mas. You know v/hat a promise means
and you must make him remember. "
Lozette promised solemnly , and Ma
nuth grunted approvingly.
"He says how much days' stay , Miss
Berton ? " again she interpreted.
Miss Bertcn counted them on her fin
"Seven days one week. Throe
days more ten days. Stay ten days ,
then come back , that will be six days
before Christmas. Do you under
stand ? "
"Ugh ! " assented Manuth , holding up
his ten fingers , waving his hand away
In the. drection he wished to go and
then bringing his fist bark to a sud
den halt , indicating his going and his
When Miss Berton took Lozette up
to the dormitory to wrap her warm in
good , heavy clothes , she asked :
"Why do you care so much to go on
this journey with your father ? ' '
Lozette's eyes brightened as she
answered with great pride :
"IMy father big man. Otcb's make
pipe-dance and big feast. They ask my
father dance. They give him ponies
and blankets. I like "ee my father
dance and be big man. "
? Iiss Bertcn's face grew serious , but
she only said : "I am sure my Christ
mas child will remember her promise.
VE CANNOT DO WITHOUT HEP
L'CU have never been absent on Christ-
nas clay and it would spoil alls our
pleasure if you were not here lo lead
he : singing. "
"Spoil Christmas Child , too ; she
ome back sure. Miss Berton , " Lozette
laid , her earnestness supplying the de-
iciency of words in conveying her
Lozette was born in , th-o school build- .
ng on Christmas morning ten years j -1
lefore. As her mother was employed a
ff and on about the laundry all those
ears the child had never been taken
iway for any length of time , especial- "
y since she had grown old enough to "
ie in school.
Miss Berton had called her "The
Christmas Child" when she first saw
icr. a little brown pappoose , and MaP
mill had christened her Lczetto when
he small , round spot was tattoed in
ler forehead. | e
Miss Berton had taken up her life 1
vork in this mission school among the I s
ndians : , and whoever else came or
vent , she had remained , until silvery '
breads were beginning to appear in a
be smooth bands of her hair , ttiie li
lossessed the confidence of the old In-
lians and the love and obedience of o
heir children , because , understanding F
hem ! , she dealt with them honestly. 1 <
Vhen she first came among them she "
evolted at their heathen customs , anrl t !
irotested bitterly against their dances ,
easts and superstitious practices.-
.ong experiences , however , had taught
ter that she might as well go out into
he forest and attempt to tame the wild
mimals there , as to apply herself to
he task of instilling into Indians nl-
eady grown old a liking for while
nan's ways. She realized that the sal-
ation of the race rested with the chil-
ren.andfor their education and Chrls-
ianization she was untiring. A feel-
Dg of discouragement and pain crept
iver her occasionally when , as now ,
hildren whom she had taught from ci
infancy displayed the. old savage In
stincts and longings.
Lozette could not have lived so close
under Miss liertou's care for ten years ,
receiving the careful training in precepts -
cepts of truth and kindliness , and failed -
ed to have been a good girl. She loved
her school and lier teacher ; she loved
to be called Christmas Child and to
think of the Christ Child ; but she
loved also , in a different way , her
father , Manuth , ami dear in her secret
heart were these occasional journeys
when she could , without restraint , enjoy -
joy the customs of her ancestors. '
The bright , crisp December morning
was lovely enough to satisfy the rao'st (
appreciative worshiper of Nature when
the motley procession filed out over
the hill away from the village. I
Lozotte was perched upon a pony beside - !
side her father. Miss Berton , with a
crowd of her pupils about her , stood i
upon the doorstep watching until the i
train was out of sight , then she called
the little band in to work and lessons , ;
and.Lozette dropped out of their lives .
except in thought. !
The days passed uneventfully at the (
school , while Lcr.ette minsled with the j
squaws and played with the babies
around the -great carnli fires , or delightedly - '
lightedly gazed on the dance where
Manuth was the central figure and |
where the pipe went around the solemn - j
emn circle. Sometimes her high voice '
rang out above those of the squaws j
when they were permitted to join in '
the general discordance , and her small '
figure moved among me throng at
feasting time. j
On the arrival of the day on which '
Manuth had promised that he would
start back with Lonette the sunshine ,
of the day before had disappeared , and i
the children at the school looked out
on the darkened sky disappointedly.
Toward evening a snow stcim of un-
precedentcd severity began to rage. At
night a wind sprung up which beforr.
inornins developed into a fearful bliz- j
zard. Many tiraGs during the day Miss '
Eertcn and her young charges gazed ;
anxiously through the windows into '
the diicmsd world , thinking of Lozette '
and hoping that something might hv.e
detained her father from setting out J
in the face of such a storm. j
Another night and another day pass-
cd before the wind abated , leaving a
white , quiet earth. i
The ne."t day the Indians began tq
come straggling home. The watches at
the school house waited in vain. It
was not until the day before Christj ;
mas eve that a strange procession was
seen moving in their direction. There
were four men , appearing scarcely
more pinched and hungry than their ;
poor ponies , coming so slowly that the
watchers pressed their faces against :
the panes almost breathlessly. j
They could see Manuth , so gaunt andf
feeble that he could scarcely remain
in the saddle. j
"No Lozette , Miss'Berton ! " exclaimj j
cd cnc little girl in great alarm , break
ing the watchful silence.
"I think she is being carried by one ;
of the men , " answered Miss Berton , I
looking intently at the bundle o '
blankets in front of the foremost In- \
Slowly the half-starved beasts plod-
dec ! through the unbroken snow. j
Miss Eerton was on the steps in spite j
of the cold when they reached the gate. [
Two men assisted Manuth into the j
kitchen , white the third brought the '
bundle in his arms to Miss Berton. j
Poor little "nselcss Lczstte ! j
Tender ham Tinistered lo her :
needs , but litt'.t cou&d & be done to re- j
lieve those stiffened , frozen limbs.
For hours Manuth never spoke , but j
sat as one dazed , by the kitchen fire. I
Suddenly he seemed to remember i
something and asked to see Lozette. j
Miss Berton led him in to the stil !
rtrom where the unconscious child lay.
There , alone with the kind teacher , hi.1 j
tongue was loosed and , as if he had j
never been averse lo speaking English , ,
he said with great effort and trembling j
"Ten days' slay. Lozette say 'Come
back. ' Lozette cry , say , 'Come back j
Christmas. ' "
Manuth bent over and looked closely
at his child , his tears raining down up
on her face.
Miss Berton understood him. Sh3
knew that he had started home against
his better judgment , but Lozette had
cried to keep her promise , and he had
yielded to her wishes.
"Snow come hard ; no see , " he re
sumed after a lojg silence.
"Me put Lozette in blanket , lay
down. " He made a motion sho.Ting
how he had held her tieht in his arms
as the snow drifted over them. There
was another silence longer than before
and then , without raising his bowed
head , in a voice sM'ill with anguish ,
he said :
"Lozette heap cry. Say 'No Christ
mas sins' 'No Christmas Child. ' "
Miss Berton could only sob with the
poor old man. 1
"Pretty scon no cry no more. Me
think Lozelte dead. " Manuth conclud as
ed his recital with a pitiful moan.
They sat all night by the child's bed
side the old father and the faithful Cone
teacher ' but Manuth opened his lips no
no more to speak , and no one ever n < f
again heaid him utter a word of Eng
On the evening of the 2-lth , Lozette
opened her e'yes and a conscious light Int ir
passed over her face. Miss Bertcn ' 81
leaned over her. Her lips moved and cn trj ,
"rhrst nas Child" came faintly froio QE
Christmas morning the bis bell
sounded n different chinif from its cus
tomary ChrlMmas greeting , and the
children chanted Lozette's hymn over
all that , was mortal of the Christmas
In the Sumo Iuslno a.
"So her husband is an editor ? " "Yes.
But , good land ! If there's anything in
the way of news she can beat him pub P
lishing it abroad. " Baltimore Sun.
Don't think that tact removes diffi
culties ; It simply goes around them.
Krs. Lushfcrth Isn't alcohol a good
thing ' to clean a hat with ? Mr. Lush-
forth j It always shrinks mine. Indi
Professional Persiflage Doctor , Is it
uilficult to put a pcrson in the idiot asy
lum 1 ? 0 , no. Most patients go there
under simple conditions. Indianapolis
Mrs. Youngish O I3ob. what shall 1
, lo ? Eaby is crying because I won't
let j him pull all the fur oil my new
muff. Mr. Youngish Well , that's all
right. Give him the cat ! Tit-Bits.
"They say she takes a mill-batli
every day , " said tho-rural spectator.
"Yes , " answered the urban spectator. I !
"With a glass one can see how tfie I
chalk has settled on her. " Indianapolis - | i
"What will your next political spv
be ] ? " inquired the energetic politician , j
"I don't think , " said the defeated candidate - j
didate for Congress , "there's going to j
be any. I guess I'll stay at home. " ,
Washington Star. '
"That boy is always trying to put J
things t off until tomorrow , " exclaimed j
the Spanish lad's mother. "He'll never - j
er get along in this country , " said his '
father regretfully. "Ka ought to put '
'cm off till week after nest. " Washington - '
Far Worse Sniggleton I'm in trou
ble. j Sly landlady told me I'd have to j
settle up or leave. Giggleton Why , |
your in luck , old fellow. I'm in a j
worse fix than that. My landlady told j
me I'd have to settle up before I could j !
leave. Harlem Life. j i
"Witness , " said the cress-examining j
lawyer , "arc you willing to sv/ear that
the * prisoner was smoking a pipe at
the time ? " "No , sir , " replied the wit i
ness , "I never sv/ear. But I am will
ing i to bet you 5 to a shilling that he j | i
Princess Kenry o Prussia , the kai- t |
scr's sister-in-law , is about to make a j
sea voyage half way around the world (
against her will. Ths kaiser calLd j
en. her recently and told her that it j
would be a good , idea for her to sptad j
Christinas' with her husband in Kioa i
Chen. The princess thoughhe. was
joking , and said that she was content
to suffer the lot of other sailors' wives
and live without her husband for a
while. "Wilheim IL , however , declare. !
that he meant what he said , and thai '
Prince Henry wouh ! not be rscr.lle-1
till the fall of 1839. The empress v.v.s
called in to use her iniluencs. acd
Princess Henry was obliged to sti'J-
The Belfast ( Me. ) Journal cays :
"During the recent heavy snowstorm
a flock of sheoj ) owned by Davil
Youns was left on the mountain.
After the storm was over ho went to
gather in his Cock , "nd finding ono
missing began a search. After five
days he succeeded in finding her under
five feet of anow. alive and not in
bad condition. She had travelled
around under the snow until thorj
was a beaten , track of several foet. "
The population of the earth sit the
time of Emperor Augustus is estimat
ed at 54GOO,000. It is now cstiuiateu
to be about 1,580,000.000.
A LIVIM WITNESS.
Mrs. Hoffman Describes now Sh ®
Wrote to jilrc. Pinkham for
Aclvico , and la l\ow Well
BEAT : MRS. Pixnimr : Before v.sing
your Vegetable Compound I was a ,
gver.t sufferer. J have been siclr for
ir.cnths , was troubled \vilhseverc pain
in both sides of abdomen , sere feeling-
in lower part of bow-
could not sleep.
I wrot" * . you a
ing inv case and
ing me just
what to do. I
2cl yotir dircc-
tions , and cannot praije your medicine
enough for what it lias 'done for me.
Til any thanks to you for your advice.
Lydia E. IMnkham's Vegetable Com-
pound has cured ine , and I will recoin-
mend it to my friends. Mrs. FI.OKE CB
II. IIori'MAir , . " 13 Roland St. , Canton , O.
The condi tion described by Mrs. lloif-
man will appeal to many women , yet
lots of fcick women struggle on v.'itlt
their daily tasks disregarding' the
171-gent warnings until overtaken "by
The cent Sirs. Polilsani's
pi : ; espcrl-
cncc in treating female ilts is unparal
leled , for years slic worked side by side
v.-ith Mrs. Lydia E. Pinlcham , and for
sometimes past has had sole charge
of the correspondence department of
her great business , treating by letter
as mury as a hundred thousand ailing
v/omen during a single year. "
W. N.U. OMAHA. No. ! 1S99
Jler.rioa Tis "apar.
. Fre-rn no
ce , become languid
pondsnt m the early
of their ttam&nhcod They
drag aior.ii alviays lireci ,
never hungry , breathless
c.nd v < : th < i palpitating
hsarf after slight exercise
so ths.t merely to wdlk
up steJrs is exhausting. " f I ' if f f lt * - V1ri
/ J jL KS' : ? > = * ; M5e < VC * :
iiji = x- " ; v ;
" ' S ? J&ta = ?
are "going into ccnst'tnpton : ! O/12 J'i. . * - "
They are anatrtic. doctors
tors tcSi hem. vihsth means
that they h&ve too little
blood Are you like ih&t'Slave you tea Jittie blood ?
More txncsmic people h&ve been rnide strong. hungry , i
enevgtic rr.trt tnd woracn by the use of Dr. Wiili&ms *
Pink Ptlla Tor PaJe Pcoph thc.n by or.y other tncins They
tre the best tonic in ths wavld.
iilics I.ulii Stevens , of Gasport , > Tic-jnra Co. , .r. y. , had been u very
healthy j'r " I nboit n year njo-.vhcu bile jrcv.vcak and pale. She
lost her rppttitc , was ns titx-d in the nomnir as on retiring : , and lost ficsli
until she bcca-ne so i .r.nctattd that h.-r friemls hsrtlly kae.v her. The &oc-
tcrsdccarc < ! the diiace ! anrctiiia , nu-l pive her Tip to tlie. A physician
who \vas vt > : linjj in Gnspcrt prci-aicl ! upon her to try Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills for Pale 1'cople. She ilil so , aiul ivas beccfitcd at once. She is now
well and strong the very piottire of health. Buj/Tala ( .Y. 1" ) Courier.
Tile genui'ne ore sold only m p&ckigc5. the v/rA ptr
&lw < * ys bc fir. the full nivmc. For t > Ale by sill drug
gists or sent , postpaid , by the Or Y/illi&mb Medicine
Company. Sch ncct&dy. M Y. , en receipt of price , fifty
tents per bo.\ Book of cures free en request.
A TRAINING IN CLEANLINESS IS A
FORTUNE , " COMPLETE YOUR EDUCATION WITH
arc as easily obtained -g ;
summer essif the foul = =
turned Into the proper chaiiS t vil
il. That'u tlic becret of the 7\\ \
eat success of LPC'H Tonic F7-
n der. Sirs. J. J. Flunk , of
daiedsc , Colo. , cays : "I ca.iiw - . .
it pnv'.seitenough fw what"5JV- *
lia ! > > done for myixj'.ii try. Xor.5a *
ore sick chickens nnd the KKI ; "
slick Avell filled every day. ' *
\Vc send a ix * . IK > X of Tonicand
Ov * . eai of Lee's lAcr IvIJU-r.
ici ! kills all body lice , niit < * . t _
? on voultry by simply jiali-.i-
iuiuooets , : vssa.iiplis fiiroOrf. <
yon want lots of ccrs , fertile
tfs and strong , healthy chicks ,
pour ineShods. Our Ga-pa e boo ! :
"Insects" and "I'oultry" fn-e.
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y t qiili U relief find CITCS worsS |
te . Send for b-jokuf tcstlmoulHcuil ! 1O lays * i
catmciitPrco. Dr. H.li.RrKRNFris. .uia m : . .
wcurraormon'jan.- d Pcnrchfrcc.I I
finswcrfnij naverilscajents Knt'JjJ i
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