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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1892)
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By A. C. Hosmf.r.
WIENER CAN FIT
IN EVERYTHING TO WEAR.
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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarcotic suhstance. It is a harmless suhstituto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use hy
Millions 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 tho food, regulates tho 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 have repeatedly told me of its
good effect upon their children."
Dr. G. C. Osgood,
Castoria is the lct remed y for children of
vhichIainacquainU.iL I hope tho day is not
far distant when mothers will consider the real
kiterest of their children, and use Castoria in
stead of the various quack nostrumswhich are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothinj syrup and other hurtful
cents down their throats, thereby sending
Cham to premature Braves."
Do. J. F. EnrcnxLox,
Tka Catau Caaur, TJ M
1 Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Liberty," and One Dollar a year is
" Castoria is bo well adapted to children that
I recommend it assuperiortoany prescription
known to me."
H. A. Archer, 2L D.,
Ill So. Oxford St, BrooklF-v. Y.
Our physicians in the children a epart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice tiith Castoria,
and although wo only have anions cur
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we ara free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United Hospital asd Dispcysinr,
Aixex C. Siirrn, Pre.,
j Street, Mew York City.
Red Cloud, Webster County,
Tnc Xcxl Congressman.
At the republican convention
in this county this week the delega
tion to the congressional convention
at McCook were instructed to use all
honorable means to secure the nomi
nation of Hon, J. D. Gage, for con
gressman for this district. Wc are
happy to say that the motion was
passed by a nuanimous vote, which
indicates the high esteem that the
people of this county have for him.
Wc-cannot say anything new about
this gentleman to the people of
Franklin county, from the simple fact
that lie was. one of the pioneer settlor.;
of this count', having located here
in '71, has virtually grown up with
our people and is probably better
known than any other man' within
He has beeu a life-long worker in
the republican party, always gladly
contributing his talent and means for
the support bf'its candidates. Should
he be fortunate enough, to secure the
nomination at McCook convention,
the republicans will have a candidate
who they can point to with pride and
know for a fact that he can be de
pended upon to always reptcscnt the
principles of his parly.and the inter
ests of his constituency. He was a
brave soldier and his loyalty to the
flag of our country is excelled by
none in our country. He is a careful,
honest and accomodating business
man and in his business relations has
won a host of friends by his fair way
in dealing with his fellow men.
lie was a close personal friend or
the late Jas. Laird, who was known
and recognized 'as the ablest man in
the state. Mr. Gage has many of
the personal traits of his deceased
friend, and we believe will come near
er filling the position of congress
man than any other man in the dis
B Lcc has a new carriage.
Have you heard the new bell.
C. E. Ilicks, traded for the Harri
son farm last week.
Dr. Kehlcr's tc?m took a circle
around town without a driver, no
A. P. Johnson and family rotured
home Friday, after spending several
weeks with friends m Illinois.
The Dime Sociable at W E Thorn's
res deuce was well attended and a
general good tunc is reported.
The entertainment of the S. or V'
la&t Friday evening was wel attended
but the people generally were difa
pointcd. Mr. Joseph Pashby, llobcrt An-
drus, Isaac Fish and Thomas Burden
were at Red Uloud, Saturday, as dele
gates to the Republican convention.
The Teacher's meeting at the
sahool-house, Saturday,was well attend
but rather dry as the inarms all had
a bashful fit.
The bell for the Baptist church
was put in place Saturday, and called
the people out to church Sunday,
with a full Volume.
W. C. Wicks, has raised the shed
roof at the east end oF Byrue Bro's
store up even with the new part
which improves the looks of the
building and givts B. a good room
Frank McLaughlin is having' the,lue ,Iuner race otreet ooau a
rooms in the rear of the bank build- lo"' Ed?ar Strect Biebard Runchey,
ing fitted up and rcnioddlcd and from
indications he is making
mentsto take in a life partner.
Mr. L. B. Thorne and J. W.
ten attended the a'tatc
which convened the 27th
The membere of the A. O. TJ. W
n-no curnricnil Mnmlrnr OVPniniT IHlCtl
itgiu omn.ifc.w ... w w.. ---of
they received an invitation
close of their meeting
Neb., Friday, April 29,
was waiting them at the hotel. The
wives of the members took it upon
themselves to commorate the first an
niversary of the lodge and gathered
at the hotel bearing baskets filled
with choice eatables. Appetizing
viands to which they all did ample
justice. After spending an enjoyable
evening they departed for their homes
in the wee small hours of the night.
Seriously Hurt. A brakeman
named Qaigley, was seriously injured
at Blooniington Thursday morning.
He stepped in between some cars to
make a coupling when he was knock
ed down in the center of the track.
Two trucks passed over him, the
brake beams rolling and twisting him
about in a fearful manner. Fortun
ately the wheels did not strike him
and he was taken from under the
train with several broken ribs and a
number of serious contusions in dif
ferent parts of the bq'dy,' It is
thought he will recover. He vas rear
brakeman for Conductor Solliddy dad
had run on the local freight for a
year or two. Republican City Inde
pendent. About Railroad Men.
(Takan From McCook Tribune.)
Engine 95 is oat of the shopi and
has gone to Red Cloud, to relieve en
gine, 141, which is going to be over
hauled. Herb. Barber, an old time railroader
on the B. & M'. before the strike, has
been visiting in tho city ttis week
sizing up the chances for getting a
The official R. R. as has fallen, and
this time it is Conductor Frank Ives,
and Brakman Charles Kafey.
Joe Mee, has been running engine
229 between Red Cloud md McCook
for ten days relieving Sol Brace, who
has been taking a little vacation to
visit his fatm.
Engineer James lord came up
from Red Cloud, last Friday, and at
tended school on the rales of trans
portation dept., on Saturday after
noon. Pasture Land.
The undersigned has 320 acres of
pasture laud six ailes north-east of
Red Cloud, with living water, and de
sires to pasture 'J0 head of cattle.
Price, 23 cents for uk nth,
4(j.3t Thos. Emigii.
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Card of Thank.
Wu desire through the columns of
this prpcr to thank all the friends
who so kindij aided us i.i earring ftr
our departed loved one, and especially
the l.idhs of - G. A. It. Also
those who aided us in laying her away
in her last restiug place our beloved
wife and mother
II E. Saxford, n
Mrs. L. V. Conover,
Report of hcliool in district 5S,
Vcbstr cc-imty. for month ending
April -2d, 1S92. Number of pupils
: enroled, 27. Avenge attendance 17.
'f&e loliowiiig arc tne names ot
tho- nor" aus-Ilt during the month:
j,illic HufFer, Hannah Wilhtlneson,
Qdarlie Huffer, George Heffelbower,
.Those not tardy were:
Waud:e McVey, Eula Ranchey,
Geoigo Heffelbower, Eddie Patmor,
Roy Patmor, Delbert Watkins, John
Dot le, Miles Dojle, Charlie Huffer,
and Edward Wilhelmson.
Lulu C. Barber, Teacher.
Historic homes and landmarks are
rapidly passing r way, owinir to fatal kid
i.ey and liver diseases. "Hepaticure" will
cure and prevent al such diseases.
Sold by L.H.DETQ.
Children Cry for
the Price of The Chief.
All the popular
Colors and Styles!
COME AND SEE US
It will PAY YOU. The Old and Reliable
Dry Goods House of
B. M. MARTIN & SON,
Red Cloud Nebr
Mrs. Sheffield, a missionary in
Chins, home on a vacation, will give a
lecture on China, at the Congrega
tional church next Tuesday evening,
May 3rd. No admission fee will be
charged, but an offering will be taken
for the Y. Pr. S. C. .. E. missionary
Bright people are the quickest to rec
ognize a good thing and buy it. AVe bell
lots of bright people the Little Early Ri
sers, If yon are not bright these pills
will make yon so. C. L. "otting.
When Baby wu sick, we gare her Castoria.
"When ihe was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she dang to Castoria.
When Bhe bad Children, she gave them Castoria.
The best in the world, for sale at,
A. 31 oh art's. 40-tf
If dull, spiritless and Btuped: if your
blood is thick and sluggish; if your appe
tite is capricious and uncertain, you need
a Sarsapanlla. For best rest results use
De Witt's. C. L. Cotting.
Bee Keeper's Supplies.
A. Mohart, the hardware man, will
hereafter keep all kinds of Bee Keep
er's supplies. Mail order filled
nail! nail! Hail!
H. E. Pond, will write Hail insur
ance in one of the best companies rep
resented in the west as cheap as any.
Children jry for
The Red Cloud Dray Line have four
good and hcayy mule teams. All
hauling promptly attended to your
orders solicited. Jno Barklky,
Says an old physician who has practiced
medicine -10 years: "I gnaranteo there is
not !. caso of blood liver or kidney disease
in tho world but what "Kepaticure" will
po-itively cure. L. 11, Deyo.
We pay cash or trade for old iron,
rags, rubb r, bones brass, copper zine
and lead at the Red Cloud gun shop.
"Late- to bed and early to rise will
shorten tho road to your home in the
skies." But early to bed and a "Little
Eany Riser," the pill that makes life
longer and better and wiser. C. Lw
Drunkcnncti. or l lie Liquor
Ilahit Cured at Home In Tea
Iay ly AdmlnifttcriBfr Dr.
UaintV Golden Specific.
It can be given in a glass of beer, a
cup of cofTeeorteji or in food without
the knowledge of the patient. It is ab
solutely harmless and will effect a per
manent anil speedy cure, whether the
patient is a moderate drinker or an al-
wuuul. i-i,n.. m iiiw uniu given in
thousands of case?, and in every instance
a perfect cure has followed. Ifc never
fails. The system once impregnated with
the specific, it becomes an utter impossi
bility for the liquor appetite to exist.
Hnrpfl fTiinrnntcvoil 4R nnrrn hrvftr rt ,.. :
ticulars free. Address the Golden Spe
cific Co., l8o Race Street, Cincinnati, O.
For Sale or Trade.
A choice farm of 160 acres', 4 miles
from town, good frame house, 80 acres
in'cultivation. all tillable but about
10 acres timbt,. Easy terms or wlfl
trade D. J. Mybrs. -'
l.d Clead, Nebr:,
miles' Alerve and TJver Plllg.
Act on a new principle regulating tk
liver, stomach and bowels throagh the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. HHm
nilla anparHlv enra hiloawn ha4 tl.
) torpid liver, piles, cosstipatfea. Uft
Iequaieu iuc uieu, nuuuo, nauam. OWHt.
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est, muaeni) surest t ouauses, ;
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