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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1892)
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By A. C. Hosmer.
GOLDEN -:- EAGLE
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for In&nts
Mid Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' uso hy
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys TVorms and allays
feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cores constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" Castoria Is an excellent medicine for chil
dren. Mothers haTO repeatedly told me of its
pool effect upon their children."
Da. G. C Osgood,
' Castoria is the hest remedy for children of
which I am aciwa.n'eX I hope the day is not
far dtCant when mothers will consider the real
Interest of their children, and nse Castoria in
stead of the various qnack nostrums which are
destroying their lored ones, by f ordnj opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
izents down their throats, thereby Bending
them to prenteture grares.
Dr. J. F. KtecnELCi,
The Ceataxr Cesmpasy, TT
Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
The Prices !
To a point when com
petition is left be
" Castoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any preacriptiaa
111 So. Oxford St., Erookvr-.K. T.
Onr physicians in the children s depart
ment hsve spoien highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
and although we only haTe amon? our
xnedical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has tron as to look with
f aror trpon it."
TJyrrro Hosrrr.ii. ajto Disfei"uht,
Auxs C Sarrn, Prcs..
Murray Street, Ker York City.
Red Cloud, Webster County,
Important Events for Republi
cans. April 27th State Bepublican con
vention at Kearney; Webster countj
has 7 delegates.
April 23 County Republican con
vention to be held at Bed Cloud.
June 15 Congressional Republi
can convention at McCook; Webster
county has 10 delegates.
June 9 Republican National con
vention at Minneapolis,
May f Republican convention at
Holdrege for the election of National
Republicans should keep these
dates in mind.
Jay, sweet jay, like a printed" book,
Kach day creel's on apace.
Since that penitentiary look
Has left 1'oor Tanner's face.
Mr. Will Orchard of Omaha, son
of our townsman, R. K. Orchard, was
visiting relatives and friends in Ina
vale the first of the week. lie is
traveling for an Omaha live stock
Miss Jessie Warren, our popular
school teacher, spent Saturday and
Sunday visiting friends in Riverton.
Inavale now has aB.& M. eating
house run by Mr. "Jeff" Davis. Hot
meals served at all hours of the day
The defeat of the free silver bill by
the house lets the republican senate
out of a rather, interesting difiiculty
and strengthens the republican party.
We're marching on to victory. Do
you hear our heavy tread? The dem
ocratic party's fate is hanging by a
thread; The independents soon tu'1
be numbered with the dead, for repub
licans as usual are coming out ahead.
W. N. Richardson shipped two cars
of cattle from this placa last Saturday.
Prom the looks of the plows and
listers around the blacksmith shop
'twould seem as if the whole country
were to be cultivated this year.
Mr. Chaplin, from near Bladen, has
rented the Barker farm and is moving
thereon. Mr. Chaplin is a good farm
er and a good neighbor and we wel
come him into our midst.
The original and only" Harry Pond
was looking after business and friends
in Inavale one day hst week.
The broom factory is idle, cause, no
broom-corn; meanwhile houses are
Miss Myrtle Sawyer commenced a
term of school in West Inavale Lst
Monday, having finished her term u
East Inavale the previous Friday.
Jim Vance accompanied Richard
son's live stock to Omaha hi Sunday.
Immediately after he left. '"Dennis"
who has a tender heart and always
looks after the innocent telegraphed
the chief of police of that city to look
afier him and keep the confidence
men from taking him in, also to send
him back in five day.
Arthur Wolcott has departed the
Vale, having cone to Iowa to learn
the meat business.
lie's gone to be a butcher, and with the butch
A beefsteak on his block and a cleaver in hL
Hell carve up orterhou3e and picket piggj's
While tail and ears hell grind tosether, aud
thus jnave both ends "hot sausage."
The Three Voice.
"o one who is sane and well
And tries to live by thegoldcn rule.
ShojUl hslp his clunceot going to H 1
lly parleying with a fool."
" A fool.' you say, that's too flip.
"Would you call au onioa fruit V
The man wio Miirns himself as Clip"
Is lower than a common brnte.
Hush : an older i was .iying,
It's tester to let these things slip,
An a U known by his braying.
The saite as this man called 'Clip.' "
Neb., Friday, April 1,
D. M. HUXTEB, Editor.
Items intended for publication in this
department most be handed to the Coun
ty Superintendent on or before Saturday,
in order to secure insertion the week fol
lowing. Correspondence from teachers
and those interested in educational matters
solicited. Address all communications
intended for this department to.
1). M. HcirrEE,
Countj Superintendent Bed Cloud, Jfeb.
April 22d is Arbor day. Every
school that is in session shall recog
nize it by having appropriate literary
exercises, and by planting trees and
shrubbery upon the grounds. Selec
tions my be obtained from the best
authors, and suitable programs may
be found in educational journals.
By the proper observance of Arbor
day a stronger public sentiment may
by created in opposition to that de
testable kind of vandalism so notice
able in our public parks and cemeter
ies in the mutilation of trees, shrub
Children need some lessons that
will create in them a greater interest
in the improvement of public, and pri
vate property than that at present
manifested by their parents.
It is discouraging to pupils and to
their teachers to observe Arbor Day
by planting trees to make the school
grounds more attractive and baautiful,
to End their labor rewarded by having
some one mow the trees and flowers,
drive over them with a wagon, or cut
them off with a pocket knife, to hear
their parents object to fencing the
school grounds, to see the school
board neglect caring for the trees dur
ing vacation, and to behold, the next
vear, the school grounds as bare as
they were before the trees were plant
ed. Several Arbor Days have been ob
served, but not more than four or five
districts in this county have anything
to show for the effort put forth by
teachers and pupils.
When will school officers and pa
trons lend a helping hand to preserve
what their children do toward public
Surely the dcwelling places of the
children from sis to nine months of
the year should be made attract've for
Let patrons commence now to fence
the school grounds about the houses
that are permanently located, plant
oine trees, shrubbery, and flowers
about them, so that those living in ,
present and those who will live in the
future may enjoy them.
Each Webster county paper will
soon be requested to print an excel
lent circular on Arbor Day, issued by
the State Superintendent of Public
The Bed Cloud schools are having
yacation this week.
Miss Jessie Warren, teacher of the
Inavale school, is spending vacation
at home this week.
On last Saturday, Miss Ellen Van
Wuirt, closed a successful term of
school in district number 10.
About eleven o'clock the patrons of
the school assembled at the school
house, tables were constructed by
placing boards tipon the desks.- Soon
a feast of good things was enjoyed by
all. After this an interesting literary
program was rendered by the pupils.
This district is one in which teacher
pupils, and patrons co-operate with
one another in carrying on the grand.
work of education.
In a visit to the school, one could
see a neat clean school room, pleasant
surroundings, and happy industrious
That teacher, pupils, and patrons
jnaywork together in harmony in
the Price of The Chief.
every district of this county, is ear
Report of school in district 55,
Webster county, for month ending
March 25, 1S92. Number of pupils
enrolled 36. Average daily attend
ance ID. Following are the names of
those pupils who were not absent or
tardy during the month:
LillieHuffer, Charlie Huffer, George
Heffelbower, and Richard Runchey.
Pupils not tardy curing the month
were, Eula Runchey, Grace Street,
Edith Thomas, Mable Thomas, James
Doyle, Lawrence Dovle. Albert Mc
Vey, Joha WalJrcn, John Huttonj
Eddie Patmor, Roy Patmor, John
Doyle, Miles Doyle, Frank Waldren.
Lulu C. Barber, Teacher.
RED CLOUD'S BANK FAILURE
It Rcotills in Heavy Suit Against
Its Former Owner.
Li.vcolx, Neb , March 28. Special
Telegram to the Bee. One of the
largest and most important law suits
ever filed in Lancaster county occupied
the attention of Judge Field to-day.
It involves financial transactions be-
j tween Mary Upton, J. 31, Chase and
Charlena Chase on one side and J. .
Sherwood and J. P. Albright on the
other. The plaintiffs sue the
last two parties for the sum of
$22,500 which amount they allege
they were induced to pay for the Red
Cloud National Bank upon the repre
sentation that it was in a sound finan
Soon after they purchased the bank
however, it was closed up by a receiv
er. The claim to have also been de
ceived in the matter of the co'lateral
of the electric light company, which
afterwards proved to be worthless.
They also seek to recover some Lin
coln city property which was turned
over in part payment.
The defendants allege that the niat
terin dispute was purely a legal Imp
action, and that the plaintiffs entered
into the arrangement with a complete
knowledge of the state of affairs and
exact condition of the bank at Red
The case will be hotly contested,
and is being watched with interest by
many business men of the city of
A Republican caucus for Red Cloud
precinct will be held :n the Court'
House Apr. 21, 1S92, at 2 o'clock p.
m. to elect seven delegates to attend
the county convention, Apr. 23.
Jos. Garber. Ch.
Miss Jennie Bell has gone to Lin
coln on a visit.
Miss Blanch Sherman is home from
Joe Warner is ra'sinir funds to ad
vertise the countrv.
Miss Mable Truman is cniraced to j
teach the school in Dist. 27.
Occasional showers are preparing
the ground for spring work. i
A delegation from Lincoln, visited
President Low, of the Bock Island,
and that gentleman assured the com
mittee that his road would build from
Nelson to Phillipsburg.
u ... A. i n .. i .
is abont Ul'.OOO and we would say at least
one half are troubled with some affection
of the throat and lanes, as those
as tnose com
plaint are. according to statistics, more
numerous than others, we would advise all
of oar renders not to neglect the oppor
tunity to call on their druggist and get a
bottle of Kemp's Balsam for the thrort
and lungs. Trial size free. Large size
ZOc and $1. Sold by all druggists. 2
Two hundred acres of prairie broke
right away, Call on
II W Gglliford.
Vol. 19. No. 36.
General Conference Metfcetbt
All agents may sell rotted trip
tickets to Omaha at the lowest first
class one way rate. April 23 to 30
inclusive limiting same to continuous
passage in each direction final limit.
June 1. Airents within 200 miles of
Omaha may sell tickets at rate of one
fare and a third for the round trip on
May 2-4-7-11-14-18-21.25-23 and 30,
limit for return one day from date of
Triennial Conclave, Knights Temp
lar. Denver, Colo., August 9-14 1892.
For the above occasion a rate of oae
lowest first-class for the round trip will
be made, tickets will be sold August
4-20 inclusive and limited for returm
to October 10th.
Silver Anniversary Admission of
the state of Nebraska. Lincoln Neb.
May 25-2G, 1S92. Agents in Kansas
Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri within
150 miles of Lincoln, may sell tickets
to Lincoln at rate of one fare for the
ronnd trip, sell tickets May 25-26
limit for return May 27.
National Republican Convention
Minneapolis, Minn., June 7, 1892.
All agents may sell round trip
tickets to Minneapolis at a rate of one
lowest first class fare. Agents in lie
braska will sell tickets June 4-5-6
limit on same for continuous passag
from date of sale and executor with
final return limit of June 25th.
Oklahoma Excursion, March. 22,
1S92, agents in Nebraska and Kansas,
may sell tickets to points on lines of
the A. T. & S. F. and 0. R. I. & P.
Rys. in the territory of Oklahoma at
one fare for the round trip. 8ell
tickets March 22nd vruh transit limit
of one day in each direction and final
limit of April 21sL Stop overs will
be allowed in Oklahoma Territory re
gardless of trantit limits.
When Baby was sick, we gare her Cawtori.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she hadthfldren, she gare them Castoria,
At her home near Red Cloud, Neb.,
March 23, lS92,by Elder Melvin Put
nam. Mr. F. A. Knight of Minneapo
lis, Minnesota, and Miss Gertie 1.
Sherer. The bride is one of the ac
complished young ladies of Red Cloud
Since her mother's death she has been
head of the household and has shown
herself equal to the emergency.
The groom is a physician of Minne
apolis, where they will make their
For Sale or Trade.
A fine SO acre farm only two miles
from this city, nearly all tillable."
Easy terms, or will trade for stock.
D. J. Myers, Red Cloud, Nebr.
I is the man who sells the best men s
, , , , , . . , .
and J s sb-ocs for tne lea8t 0y
ABepublican caucus for Line towm
ship will be held in the Kuehn scnodl
house. Apr. 21, 1S92, at three oTclock
p. m. to elect four delegates to attend
the county convention Apr. 23.
O. 3IcCall, Ch.
Miss Trohee and idiss Atwater har
returnded home for vacation.
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