Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1891)
,,,.- v . a jJjajawagie-TJpMT?fcT,-MM--M f r "" " T'- p,
j' w. '.. .-'-- " m . " i - B ""B "f " ' rB3 ,r B ""iT " " mB ' a " " rr ' ' HF ,al bLb Ll iH jLai " bbbV V bbbbF -. .s"
'Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is the Price of The Chief.
By A. C. Hosmer.
Red Cloud, Webster County, Neb., Friday, November 27, 189 J
Vol. 15). No. IB.
Read the Good News
I V I I 1
J 11 J
Finding that I am overstocked on Boys and
Children's Overcoats, and rather
than carry over any.
Am Offering them at
ilLltotion of ORE
FIFT EL from market price.
Also, offer Big bargains in
Come and sec thcni.
Square Dealing Golden Eagle
C. WIENER, Prop.
Itanncy McNltt is home.
Mrs II. K. I'ond Las been on the sick list.
Judge Ileal! elect, was in the city this week.
Miss Outson has returned to her school work.
Mr. Overing has purchased the Crosby prcp
erty. John Myers lias sold his Democrat to a Wil
Mr. Brewer Is filling his mammoth corn cribs
at the elevator.
Miss Nellie Terril visited her parents near
Burr Oak, this week.
Mrs. Frank Graham of Kansas, Is the Kuest of
Mrs. lladley this week.
Dr. Anderson was making ills usual call on
the IS & M boys this week.
lames Murphy and wife are visiting their
daughter in McCook. this week.
Mrs. Sam Polly of Itlverton, Is visiting friends
and relatives in Bed Cloud, this week.
Mrs, (Jeo. Hollnnd and Mrs. M. It, Bently left
lost evening for Hot springs, Arkansas
A. C. Ccarhart of Mooinlimton. was in the
metropolis of Webster county Tuesday.
Business must be picking up on the II & m by
the number of extra trains they are running.
Married, at Bed Cloud, Ncbr., Nov. Ufl 1R0I,
Mr. Albert . i. Isom and Miss Idu.M. stone, both
of Smith county, Kansas. Judge D, I'. Trunkey
There has been tiled with tho County judge,
notice of content in tho matter of Henry C
Scott vs. Ceo. Coon, Henry DcLong being the
Married, at Bed Cloud. Nov. 22, 1801 Mr. Wil
liam Carlson of i:epubllcan City. Nebraska and
Miss Ainiit: Marie Johnson of Bed Cloud. Judge
i. r. inuiKcy oiuciaiing.
How Is this: 3 hogs the property of .mm.
Cnihatn. a little Kansas boy living n miles -outli
west of town, followed a wagon in Bed Cloud
one morning mid returned home in the evening
pel fectly sober.
J. il.Kuiitli, bus opeiifd a poultrv market
iust south f tho K. and M. bank. J. II. is well
noun in BciI Cloud and those who have poul
try lor s;ile should not fall to .see him as be
paj8 the highest marked prices. Co and see
liiui and he will treat you right.
Miss (Mldwell, the very efficient principal of
the high school, we are norry to learn, tendered
her resignation, and will go to Texas, where she
has a more lucrative position. Hie was ver
highly esteemed by her scholars and on Friday,
her last day in school, tho scholars made her
some very line presents as tokens of their
Dr. Janus, the well known physician and
Burgeon, "late rr Berlin" with headquarters at
Cmnd Island, who will bo well remembered in
Bed Cloud bv a number of people who signed
notes in his favor is now operating in Illinois
as president of-stato Medical and Surgical in
sirintion at Chicago, 101 state street. If the
peopleget fooled on him as easily as they did
here, they will Ire rank suckers. Indeed.
Our Thanksgiving Sermon.
Chautauiiia eirrlo will meet with Mrs. Tajlor
Monday Nov. 30, is'.u Ml s o'clock.
Music By Circle,
Bool Call (Quotations on Washington.
Table talk Fifteen minutes diricussion on
"Intluenceof nomocracy on thought" l.ed by
Discussion on "Hlstorv of Political parties in
Aineiifa" Ixd bv Mm. Taylor.
.uartetie Mr. and Mrs. Cotting. Miss Baudall
and Mr. Albright.
I'.alaiire of program will appear next week.
Tlie Xew York Irc expose
Hint 'Important Kill'' lui-i-
wi: ii vvi: the
IN THE CITY OF
L ANTE UN?.
Prices to beat the world.
C, L. COTTING.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OH.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Hillions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
aad bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
teria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
'"CMtafa Is aaeSet medicine for cfail
dawn. Motto hare repeatedly told me of its
a-ood effect upon their cbildrea."
Da. G. C Osgood,
Castoria b the best remedy for children of
rUchl am acquainted. I hope the day is cot
far dfataatirbea mothers wiil consider the real
itarut of their children, acd oaa Castoria In
atead of ttvartousqaackBCtniBaswbich are
deaptytogtbek-loTed owes, by fordag opium,
aaorfUBe, soothlwc vyrap aad other hurtful
dom ueir tareats. tkaresy awvting
Ob. J. F. KaaoLoc,
" CaMoria fa so veil adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior toany prescriptioa
known to inv."
H. A. AKcnrn,5L D
HI So. Oxford St., Krook V. Y.
Our physicians in tho childivu u depart
ment have spoken highly of their exprri
ence in their outside pracUce with Castoria,
and although ire only ha-re aaong o
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Csatoria has won us to look with
favor apon it."
TJKrrxD Hospital asd Dtsrcntxr,
Aixbc C. 8nrs, Fret.,
V Tt M rry ItrMt, Xw Yrk City.
Tlio article credited to tho New York
Press, in ti recent issue, of this paper, in
which it was alleged that unfavorab'o
action had been taken in tho Now York
Legislature against tho Koyal linking
Powder, proves to hnvo been a canard,
gotten up anil circulated by opjosition
baking iKjwder makers for imriwees quite
apparent to overy one.
Tho Now York Press, in exposing tho
fraud, says: "No such legislation as
that stated in this nrticlo has over boon
had in this stato or in nny legislature
to our knowledge." Tho lie is made from
whole cloth. Tho Fres disclaims any
resion'ibiHty for tho publications, and
objects to being made a party to such
methods adopttd by porno baking pow
der manufacturers in their efforts to
substito their goods for other now
A trial convinces tho most skeptical
Carefully prepared, ple;isant to tho tanto.
PoWitt's cough and consumption cure is
a valuable remedy. Sold at Cotting's
Charlotte K. clicuck was horn in
l'arkc county, Intl., December 17,
1S52, and died near Uowles, Webster
county, Xeur. Xov. 2JJ, 1S9 1.
In 1S37. with her parents she re
moved to Iowa, and in 1S7JI, j-he was
marriul to Imi. I.(.l.r.. l'iveyars.
later i he. came to Ui- c"uut vh lei
the have f-ince lived. Four children.
a in and three daughters arc left to
mo am ihe:r irieiriovable lo.-. Thf
liu.-ba id ami father Ih.h sustain-j' an
almost infinite h.-s while his uicrc.i?e.l
rcspoiisibil.tics are very gte.it.
isier Clark was the daughter of
Dr. and Mr.. Sciicnck, of this ciiy.
In earlj childhood she was convened
and became connected with the M.
Vhc wii er has tceti told that tlur
ingaUhcr life she wiiS thoughtful,
truthful nd prayerful, living a con
sistent Christian life.
She was inf-rcstcd in tvery good
cause, especially so iu the temperance
reformation, bcintr an active member
of the AY. C. T. U. Having ability
with pen and vo:ce, she was enabled
to render great assistance in that
worthy organisation of Chrisujn
wo tin n.
Her last sickness was bruf. On
Thursday rtcding ln-r death hc
a as attacked with inflammation f tl.i'
ovcls. All efforts to ord relief:
failu.gr, her viial forces soon ;ave
Uev. E.J. Rindall, of tins c!t .
wps ca'ltd lo preach the funeral ui j
tin? .'1. h. church of Coirics as st
ed hy he p.sior Hy request f tho
fam ly, 1'sa. UHJ, loto 17. inclusive,
wa uid as 'he text There vas a
laige attendance of neighber.- and
friends, dref fueling and great su;
pathy Wt-re manifest. The a;. d
parents, the btreaved husband, and
especially the motherless children,
have the s wpathy of a large circle
of friends. . J. l
XhIc try far It.
Now this may seem strange but if they
dont cry for it they would da so if they
onlyoould. Wo f Ulkisg now about
Ealter'u Barb Wire LtanMct which
never fails to cur the worse cut or
sore. For sale by C. It, Cotttnir. drn-
Call iD and see Our New Goods !
WE WILL MAKE "A iG CUT
Cloaks, Boots and Shoes for the
MD-MEXT MIKW AS-30
Ft. IV! nVIAJrtTTjM 5c SON.
I;iiialiou f VclIir 4 oiiiil)
Ileal i:lafr Tnuirr 1'iirnUh
! I) I'ort AlxilriK't i'nmpuny, I
will ) u? for thr teir lf2.
hl fro trtaiU t"wl ,n H Huflt
K. iV .If. K. It. Time Ttilile.
raviiiefilivt nv. r., lUtln iniii
Tndn rarrtiiiB iifiiu'r- Irave i:i! (hunt II-htt( it-K tiniihp
iit follow i rnthcrt.'ti l..wnlil
l.l. 1 a I . II AM IM.H I' f. ..-.- ......... - t va' . am i k a
.. .. ; .,!.? ' ," ,v t.n line l ;pxhUMi .r- itwj r
N.i. U'J r:ificiTto Il,'itliis4. Sftia. in. rflHii toiclui. u (. ,. t'H tuChai Jt Wr.krt,H'i.V j . i '
No. i:w KrHsht tr il.txtinci - ijiimii. .K-ni Mt (iu iicfMt! MinitT r tf
arrive 5 jri. w. " lt vtlUge xm ttt l.'i'trr tif au-H. ir.ni. ! fl 1 1 - u r 4ir9 llat ;mmU
HAST M V WYMOKK. . JUruwuiy townlil. CM ' -il93i l sow I - ,i u I I II
N. IB. r.nvnsrr to t. .i..v.i, m. IiihI.' oiln jr, ( Jui,n j g u Mrtka J mx l ID Ui DJfitli 01 clrtfjamaUj Ji-
uniiianu i wcai: n.tiiy jno . in. i " "ni vm , imrt t w? nfi sv 4 I Jti) u, arr lt nrate maL tutiictltmn
No It l'jitcnt:t.T to Kaiias Citv and
Atchlxm. l.i lv. ...
t; .1N; WKST.
No. 13 ranvnzrr for lvnvcr ninl In
tiTininii.ito Kjliit. ;:IIy.
Unk I rrk tovrtMbtl
3J. J. in. I IVAnt Hill tnvnllt
I l "kviauiHinnMnji IIKIUI1HK lime IIH1
"9 : M-tli l lirrnntx U A. H Wllmt.
Nil. IV l'n.ti'iiir ftir iv,.iiri.r i!.iU'. 5:11 n. m
U..-Iu. I.. ..,.1... 11 f T...l-... m. IT.I SMMlTtT iKwHlhlll
n'oinl. Nelir. Nov s5.isui. Jlr. Ik-rt L Iw..r.l W"t.'iik Iorj.
.iikI MK Com Hilton, to:li of Swltn cmiHtr
I. Ml ' M4r IVrtkM aint A U MU?H t
t: - 4.m ii vtiui ij i.iai tt t4 ivu.t
SA .VW. I KltTtlil tOMUilp lMhdiB Kh Owl O C 1 I CO
'"'.. IJ:l !. ( J V Mtrfl ?i.ua,
jur ) t in: Mn i jk.iuK
Marriul At U-t CfcNMl. Nraiji. .tr. y. iM
hyJMcl, '. Tntnkrj Mr. m h. f
a1 Mli. lfH 4f. jJI .f wtN4r -n j.
per ct. difference.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER
Strongest, Purest, Most Economical.
Certain baking powder makers are publishing falsified extracts from the
Government reports, with pretended analyses and certificates, wherein an
attempt is made to compare their baking powders with the "Royal," or
making bogus tests from house to house, their obvious purpose being to
counteract the recent exposures of the inferiority of their own goods arising
from their impurity, low strength, and lack of keeping qualities as shown
by the Government chemists and others.
As to whether any of these baking powders are
equal to the "Royal," the official tests clearly deter
mine. When samples of various baking powders were
purchased from the grocers, and analyzed by the United
States Government Chemists and the Chemists of State
and City Boards of Health, the reports revealed the fact
that the "Royal" contained from 2S per cent, to 60 per
cent, more leavening strength than any other cream of
tartar baking powder, and also that it was more perfectly
made, of purer ingredients, and altogether wholesome.
As these powders are sold to consumers at the same price, by the use
of the Royal Baking Powder there is an average saving of over one third,
besides the advantage of assured purity and wboleaotneness of ko6t and of
bread, biscuit, and cake made perfectly light, sweet, and palatable advan
tages not to be had in the use of the low-grade, cheaply made baking pow
ders that contain Hmc, alnm, and otheT imparities.
A (Ol"iKR, A (res I.
Kf port of Fch&o! in di4mt So. 2$,
fr rami I h otxiioj; Ool. 0. Jfc'U. .
Stubr f ptil tjfllcl VJ
Atfsj" alUoqioc: )'-.
Tb i'onQZ ar tii & W
t !! nt abot Utano lite ietb
I.illic iUS't. Orftrse IIaWnw,
ClH;e HaSrf. arwl lurlfri Uurli.
J'ujrjN fMt larJt n rttti
1 h$- VWr h. !i,'l- flttSc K4
HnHrU. 14 I-a, WaJlrr I'.tavcr.
Yl44tt l'tfttor, Rnj 'twt. HrbarJ
KfjoLr. YAtit Strrf. '5 llyfU
Urrf CTirti HttSr, 2p gfr.
Clours, WaW of Ajjor j!frt
Yr ? trt jf fcit vara !
mimtrr b) -mtnt J" W 1 Wi-
j9-;r b- J4 t enrrr f"t
avitla tU 4 tt HHjf lk ik
r tLsa jos can tsj tWrt at jaf!T
I mm v tfrMir4 u fi
U9i at reNtt!e ratr f ttrvt
fUfi pjyas'wU if irtHrt4t a4 W
A S ' & farm mtkj n m&a
jfrw ifcrt otr !r wM itHski.
Exy icrat r iH if ! fc ifk
D. J. Mrrt. VL Q1, .VW.
A. Hoebxtl ti jtm&txued nA 5o
bj a av fKorai afc A4 CSt U
TUtt l! U adl exaja4u
hi uitk-n at Ul C3Mi, Dm
SSSJmiSmSS U -
IBM. IliHin "iim&ta-iA-
v . jii , . . '
, .n.i . i-,'',,,!,,!,,, ,-i-- ifcii ii ui ..r.'-i ii I n--i-- i -scan ; ms: rfy.
Sk-S4fc. 4atw -.. - ,-
- . ji .
Powered by Open ONI