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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1893)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF HED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 8, 1893.
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Nov. 7th and 8th
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We cordially invite everybody, We are receiving New Goods every
Examine our Underwear, come in and look over our line of Hosiery, Blankets, Bedquilts, and
Overcoats and be convinced that we are selling goods CHEAPER than ANY other house
in Webster county.
An FtiriilftlKMl by Our Count)
Wo wero glad to eeo Mr. Tuppor bo far
recovered from his recent ruvoro illness
us to bo ut clnucli hint Sunday.
Row Johnson who linn for koiiio 1 i mo
been mulling iniiiovcmcutn on bio fiirm
iiiul holding mcotingu nttlio Spring Vsil
ley Bcliool house, eloped bin iiiputltiRS
Inst Sunday night, mill is to lolnrn to
hlfl homo in Grand IhIiiihI lhin week.
Mr iiml Mm Walker of Fnrmor'd CJrcok
nccompunied by Minn Geoigio I'ratbor,
attended chnreli liial Sunday nt Spring
llov. Johnson p'icnehod a good ilin
course to a largo audience at Crystal
Springn last Sunday. After tho preach
in;; ho baptized one.
Tho young pooph? of Spiing Valley,
organized a lyccuiu laot Fiiilny night,
which nliould piovu F.ucccsiful, aa there
Boeins to bo hoioral good debaters in
Wm. Hurnn and wifo aio visiting in
Colorado at prti'ent.
Mr. Frank IluniB lina removed to hia
residence on J ho cicok uunr C'jBlid
Springs Kchool houso.
Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Riley of Harlan
county uro vinit itifj Ibis week with grand
pa and mi Scheneh's. Mi. Uiley in
Mrs. SeJionck's sister, and is well known
to Jiiuny readers of Tim Cinr.r na "Auntio
S, H. Polly and (i. T. Clark aio mak
ing substantial iinpinvcniontB in tho
foncodnround their feed lots; whilo como
of tho candidates aro living up thofencos
around their political corrals.
Slulu 1. 1 no.
Tho farmeni aro busy husking corn.
Most corn is turning out about ' bush,
els in bulk, but porno of it will not weigh
Austin Dtulanml family attended tho
world's fair last week. Thoy-enjoyed it
II. J). Finhbuni, wiro and littlo girl
Jinvo returned fiom Iowa. Ho reports
corn good in tlint slalo.
Miss Nollio l'ickrell, teacher in DM.
138, Jewell county, Kansas, visited her
homo near Webber last Saturday and
Wm. VanDyko and son Clllbort visited
Mr, VntiDyku'u niece, Mrs. Hcndorsoii,
Mrs. Jan. Watt is on tho sick list.
Willurd Moon and family liuvo re
turned from ilnstiugs, where thoy havo
been visiting tho last week.
Children 6ry for
Quito a liumbor of our voiinc nconlo
attended thu party at Uco. Latin's Fri
day night and report a good time.
Miss bavngo is back from tho world'a
A. L. Ilildrsth is putting up a now
liouuo in tho south-west part of town,
near I he M. H. paisonngo.
TIio hour, was lllled to its fullest ca
p.ioity hut Sunday to hear tho farewell
sermon of Mr. Plait. Wo aro sorry to
logf such u good, Influential man from
Tho llrst quarterly mooting will bo
hold at the M. K. church no.xt Sunday.
Charley Teal nnd family will move to
Cowleo in tho near future.
Graco Godwin returned Saturday
from tho world's fair.
Wo understand C. C. Horon and wife
will uiiiUo mi extended visit to Iowa nnd
Illinois this winter.
W. Ilollingsworth lenvas today for
Wm. Huron and family, of York coun
ty, havo, returned home, attor a short
visit with his brother and family.
Horn, to S. L. Fuller last week, a boy
of umial weight.
Died, Henry Hlankey, nged t years.
Tho child lias always baon a cripple and
is now relieved of his RiilToringa.
Al Murker called on tho Hrotthauor
Mrs. Altera and Mrs. Wisecarver woro
callorn of C. F. Kelley Friday.
Con Wilaon of Otto called on F. Uean
last Saturday and Sunday.
W. Akors sholltd corn ono "day Inat
Mrs SorgoiiBon has returned from her
visit in the east.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Andorson aio homo
from a three weeks' visit in tho east.
Messia. Hoan and Wisecnrverand fam
ilies wero the guostfi of K. Hcan Sunday.
Win. Flick was on tho crook one day
J. Uunchey was scon driving through
this neiithborhood ono day last week.
Mrs. Altera und Mis. Kelley hove gone
to Illinois on a Ueit.
Kvtatt Heaii'jind wifo wero callers of
Mr. Mii'linol's Sunday.
J. Raed has moved to Kansas.
1. Lookhnrt and family started for the
strip Sunday, where Joe ouccreded in
getting a claim. Dan Tcckt.ii.
When Habr was i Iclt, wo caro her fcatotl.
When nho was a ChllJ, ho w led for Caslorld.
Whcu 8ho IxH-aino Stls.s, slio clung to Caitorl.
Vl'tu kUo IjoU CUiUreu, khe fcaro them CastorlA
R M. Martin & Son,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
T limiltR to tho editor, his world's fair
FlaunclB aro being brought into ser
vice once more.
Thcso are awful hard times for tho
days aro getting shorter.
Mr. A. X. Wilson is enclosing his old
homestead with a wiro fenco.
Tho busiest men to bo seen now-a-days,
uro tho candidate.
Miss. Mary Minnlx of Holstein, who
has been visiting relatives horo for somo
timoroturncd homo last Sunday.
Tho last roso of summer has faded
and gone, but autumn Howors will soon
bo with us in profusion.
Mr. Joseph Lockhnrt packed his
goods and started lust Sunday for bis
homestead in tho strip, whero ho will
m ilto his future home.
Hev. Kepler will cominonco to hold
jfc.otingB next Monday evening at
Tho death of Mrs CO. Gooding oc
curred' Oct. 20th, and tho funeral was
largely attended. Slio had many friends
who mourn her lots.
Candidates aro around (limiting hands
with our people L. A. Siegel for coun.
ty clerk, and Miss Lillio McClelland,
for county miperintindent wero in town
Fiiday. Mibs McClelland is thoroughly
qualified for that olllce.and will bo elect
ed without doubt.
Mr. Hurton who has been sick at tho
Hanks hmito for J woeks, is now nearly
J. II. Smith tho agent of tho Homo
Ins. Co. of Now Vork, is in tho city.
Mr. Hnnka will add "21 foot to Ids
hotel in tho near futuio to nccoino
date his many guests.
What io tho matter with tho young
niiiii who visits tho hotel so much?
Thero must bo somo attraction.
Mis3 Xottio Uobinsjii had one of hor
limbs broken whilo at play on the ecliool
Mr. Her.ii or Red Cloud, was doing
business here last week,
Dr. Heck of Rod Cloud was horo on
a professional call last week.
Try TliU Sow.
It will cost you nothing nml Mill surely
do you goo J, if yoiihnMi a Cough, Cold, or
any troublu with Thrtml, Chost or Lung.
Dr. Klug'rt New Discovery for Cuinsump.
tion, Coughs nml Colds is guaranteed to
give rrllef, or money will ho paid back,
Sufferers from Li Grippo found it just
tho thing nnd umlar iU mo had a Riiecily
nml perfect recovery. Try a samp'o hot-
tie atour txpouso aud leiiru for jonrstlf
jul how gooil a thing it in. Trill hollies
Iroo nt C. L, Ceiling's Drug Store. Inrgn
jbasa.'. sal 91.00.
J. F. McGce of Chicago,
Special salesman, will be here.
day and have the most
Mr. Anderson's littlo boy that got his
leg broken is getting along vory nicoly
undor tho caro of Dr. Dameroll.
Mrs. Weaver, or Red Willow county,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. Galbraith had a boo last Monday,
laying up his new sod houso. Thoy guvo
tho young folks an oystor supper in tho
Thero was u danco ut Will Kuohn's
last Tuesday night.
Mr. Dickarson is building fonco on
his placo near the river.
Thero was preaching at Toncy Crook
Sunday, by Rev. Lumb of North Branch
Part of tho young folks spent Sundny
oveningnt Mr. Aubushons'and tho rest
wont to Mr. Dickorsons.
M. Hutchison's family of Walnut
Creek, wero visiting Mr. Galbrioths folks
tho last if tho week.
Mrs. Dickerson's mother and sister of
Iowa if visiting hor now.
Aro your children unbjeot to croup)1
irco, you should norer bo withont a hot
llaof Clmmborlalii's Cogh Remedy. It
la a corlnlu euro for croup, nnd has navor
been known to full. If ijiven fraoly ns
Hooa r.s the eroupy cough appenrs it will
prevent tho nttnek. It is (he sole rullanea
willi thouHniiils of mothers who lmve
eroupy children, and uevar diflappolnts
Uiein. There U no danger in giving this
Romeily in large nnd frequeat iIohuh, nn it
contains nothlcir Injurious. SO cent bot
tles for snlo by l)j a Jt Grice,
South tihlo Kelioei.
Tho woathor continues line, nnd tho
farmers aro putting it to good ubo
husking corn. Somo fields yiold well
while others show a poor crop.
Row Horton preachod at Pleasant
Dale last Sunday night in tho absonca
of llov, Hummel, who is visiting tho
Misj Maud Rudd of Red Cloud is
visiting Miss Kditli Kcnglo this weok.
Mrs. Weaver of Danbury, is visiting
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm VanDyko
McBsrs. Green and Codon of Walnut
Creek, aro putting in tho Brown placo
to winter wheat,
The campaign nsoir.B quiet in our
midst, it bolug a sure fuct that Lino
will retain her title as banner township
for republicanism in Webster county.
Tim entiio tlckot will receive hearty
biipport In thcso parts, and tho nomiuoo
for sheriff, will not only got tho cupport
of tho republicans, but will get a largo
populist vote in this section.
Quito a number of our citlzons woro
In Red Cloud Tuesday ovo, attending
tho Andrews speech.
Frank Slreot is ablo to b.o iiround
again idler u seveio ilncfcs.
I). A. Huskins is laid up with rlicuiuw.
lib-ii), Reader. ,
complete stock in this
I.e.vsnre fa'lInK from thelites,
The Kcese nro going south,
'Tin Jint such cruesomo HiIiiks as this
lliht iimkts me dawn the tnoulh.
tint winter with Its chilling bUst,
BiIiirs this Ihought to my heiul,
The cold cunuot forum List,
I'll be warmer wbaa I'm tlo:id.
Tho world's fair and its momory
will soon bo gono. Let it go; perhaps
tho tiino will como when tho lucky ono
who b.iw it, will not bo naked "did you
boo tho Forris wheel?
At tho chickon pio social nt L. Jl.
Luco's last week, 815 wbb cleared and
given to Row Lawson.
Last wook several of tho shoutf rs of
tho populist party enmo up from Red
Cloud to braco up thoir brethren, with
n big meeting; but unfortunately thoy
mot Mr. John Hardwick on tho streot,
and in a fair square argumont ho done
'em all up. Crpt. Houchin and Stephen
Bayless, woro the principal pop speakers
Miss Graco Thornton of Chicago,
granddaughter of It. R. Pitney, who bus
boon visiting horo for sovernl weeks,
will return homo this weok. All who
havo formed hor acquaintonco will bo
sorry to havo her depart.
llov. Hancock is tho now minister for
this parish. Ho is an ablo mail, und
will no doubt bo the causo ot much
good horo during tho your. Next Sun
day at ton o.'clock he will epeak ut tho
Inavalo Bohool-houso, como and hoar
Mr. L C. OlniBloud nnd family depar
ted for thoir now homo which will
probably bo In or near Santa Anna
California. Thoy havo many well wisheis
uere, mil I Blial on v snnnk nf two
V m i ii ii "i' i iwo. ;
- .... .... , . ""uli;o'' wno wears a
race, Binco thoir doparture, as long
as tho polo in front' of tho Wash,
ington Btato building ut tho fair, nnd
mournfully slugs in a weak vni,. i.n
tho slightly changed words ot tho song:.
"uuriiiig uo, uarnng Uo,
1 shall miss you this I know"
Tho other party is Mint Garner. Ho
tukes hia loss quite philosophically, only
occasional Baying "ho thinks hq will
havo to got u now hat".
ProtCramor gavo a magic lantorc
Bhow at tho school houso Saturday eve,
which was well attended, and thnv mi v
quito good. Boforo closing ho kindly
allowed thoso presont to voto nn Mm
homeliest iniin nnd tho most popular
young ludy in tho room. Something liko
Hot) votes woro cast, at flvo cents each, of
which flitss nnrltor received u majority,
tho Prof, presented hor with a nica nl.
bum. About aa muny votes woro cast
for tho homolieat man, of which Mr.
Arthur Wolcott reclotod a bnnilnmn
pluriility,iindwaBpresented with nboau-
iiewBiiurp. xnoro is no aoubt but that
county. See them.
tho awards woro mado to tho right ones.
About 120 of tho elito young peoplo of
tho neighborhood onjoyod a nico danco
at tho residence of Mr. A. C. Hulo, lust
Friday evening, tho occasion being tho
birthday colebrution of thoir daughtor
Wour.n's F.uu Poktiiv.
If of mud you aro afraid
Just roll up your pants,
For you'll wi'bIi you'd longer stayed
In tho Midwny plaisanca.
S. II. Clifford, New Casel. Wia.. n
troubled with Nonrnlgin and Rheumatisni,
his Stomach was disordered, his Tiv.r nil
nfteeted t an alnrming degroe, nppotite
fell away, and ho wna terribly reduced In
flesh and strength. Throe bottles of Eleo
trio Hittors crfred him.
Edwnrd Shepparn, Harrisbnrg, III., had
a running eore on his leg of eight yenrs
stnnding. Used three bottles of Electric
Bitters nnd soren boxes of Buoklen'a Ar
nica Salve, and his log is sound and well.
John Speaker, Catnwnba, O., had five
largo Fover sorea on his leg, doctors said
liowns incurable. One bottle Eleotrio
Hitters nnd one box llnrklmi'. Arntnn
Salvo cured him entirely. Sold by O. L.
Our denizens WGro Uirronnlilvniirnrlniiil.
IlbOUt 7 OClock Snturdnv nvnninir. In limir
in tho distance tho awent dtrnlnn tn n
cornotband. Then pooplo bognn to osk
each other, what docB thnt monn? And
seoing'thw Jargo procession coming up
the street headed by a band. Many in-
nuiicu, wno uro uioyr Tlio mysterious
quireu, wno nro thoy?
unu imposing procession marched to tho
front ot tho onora Iioubo. nml h nil ml
whero thoir bund (consiBting of bojB)
plnjcd ono Beloction most beautifully,
whereupon at its conclusion, one of their
nutnbor ndvancod und comniaudod them
to form In lino, mnrch to tho train and
go back ns far as Bluo Hill, whoro thero
would bo speaking that nirrht by Hon.
Mr. Riigan of Hastings. This thoy pro
cpedod to do, whilo tno largo and api.io
oiativo crowd of spootators lookod af tar
thorn nquiringly and wondord what tl o
c.onpIpntary serenndo meant. ItBcon s
that thoy woro mistakon in tbo appoint
ment, and landod In Hod Cloud Instead
ot Bluo Hill,
Thk Hr.HT Pi.AHTEa. Dampen npeli-o
of llaunal with Chamberlaiu'a Pain Balm
nud bind it on over tho seat ef pain.- It is
better than any plaster. When the lunge
are sore each an application on the chst
and another ou tlie baok, between th)
elioulder blades, will often prevent pneu
monia. Thero Is nothing eo good for n
mine baok or n pam in tho aide. A aore
throat can nharlv iImii ! nn,n.i in .
night by applying n Annuel baudauo
U'tropenud with Pulu Bulm. CO cent bot
tUs for sale by Deyo & Griee.
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