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THE RED CLOUD CIlIEF,JtED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1898.
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IS AitAPB AND
It is applied right to thiparta It cures all diseases of women. Any
lady can use it horsolf.Sold by ALL DRUGGISTS. Mailed to any
address on reooipt of $L
J A. McQlU & d, 3 and 4
gm m mm inmmnimmmmmg
Ae Would call 52
i - - re.
S: Your nttontionto the fact thnt wo have the g
j: Largest and mot complete stock of 555
I DKUG&h BOOKS 1
In theCitj 3
Also Wall lHiicr. I'iiIiiIh iiiul
g; KiiIycm, ItirorN; iiiitl
Our prices arc the Jowost
w iii m in m mmiiimmm
A nice lino of
Cnlft und collar Imttous, ucclt
cIiiiIiih, lace pins, stick ili,
I'latcd and solid slUmuire, souvenir spo.i.
pcnl hamllfil kntvos ami forks. cntvliiK st9,
cilllmrcnrd cases, bmi buu buses and oth
ulnssesnltli interchaugablt) lenses, steel, nlckcll nin,i fnP tlmHo folks. It
Miver mm uold frames, Spechil ami careful ut-W"0. f 3 ,, i ? Ii, , ' "
tentinn uitltl lu litiliiK Hie ejo. Mr llnu of sod Rtlpntion und though not a
hand watches In 'inlin lan;e. I uilfiuu them on Ibovcu tho bowels every tiny.
imvciiica. a uiiu uiiu in siirciucies nnu ryi
nt less 1 1 ill II llielriirtiuil wmtli.
tSrirniRuur watch, clock and Jewelry ro
p.tir w.irk.jcm' enuravniK and your old gold
and silver t me.
Henry t'ooU'i Drug Store.
Notice Is hereby ulven that, James L. Miner,
lluiih Miner, Jr. and Waller A. Hhei wood havit
associated thcmsalves In a crporntln, whose
name Is (lit I'replcs IUiik ot Itcd (.'loud, (or 1 1 in
jniri'iisoortriiiiiMciliigit Keuml Iv.itikliitf bust
lies at Ited (Jloiitt, Nobrnska, with a capital
atocknf I'lfKen Thousand Dallam (15,000.00)
all of which lias liccn p.ild up In cash.
'lhe cniiioratloii Is tn commerce business
October ihl, 133), and terminate twenty-live (25)
lhe Indebtedness ot said corporation, at niiy
one time, aliall not exceed Ten Thousand Dol
lar ($10,000 00)
'lhe niUlis.(llio corporation are to b con
ducted by a hoard ot three (.1) directors, and
otllcers appointed by said directors.
,t. I.. MlNKlt.
V. A. SlIRIIWOOD.
AND OTHER DISORDERS OF THE KIDNEVS
CAN BE PERMANENTLY CURED BY USING
DR. J. H. MCLEAN'S
LIVER AND KIDNEY
It Is a sato and unfailing remedy for alt
Kidney Troubles) Liver Disorders
ami Female Irregularities
I'rlco Ono Dollar I'cr Bottle.
llie Dr. J. II. McLean Medicine Co.,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
l'ai'liN1 Cuu;li Byrtip.
Has beonso highly recoinmonded tous
that wo havo tukon tho agency for ituid
now ask our friends who are suffering
v ft a cold to give it n trial and if itdoc.
uot give sutif fnction your money will be
rifumled. Every bottlo is oold on n p: b
itivo gnnrnntco. Prico 1.00. Bold by
C. L. Cotting.
I will ut tend to nil calls, left nt Slot
fer'a barbor shop, for tho dollvcry of
trunUs or other buggugo with prompt
dces nnd despatch. C. E. Fkahn,
Panorama Place, Ohioago, HL
Oil, ilalioiicrv. lockct
Notlomof nil klntla,
and wo gulrantcc satisfaction. "
and see. I 1 35
If von wish to eeo litem call on Dtyo &
Onconnd nek for iioaga Little 'iiant
l'ills. Every bottle Riiarnntecd.
First Class Uoardlnz
Mr S. ilaylcs wishes to nnnouicott
the public thnt lie id prepared to tab
boarders at fJ.OU per week, slcrpinr
included. Apply at 4th Arenut
Coal, Flour and Fccil.
Don't you forget thnt L. P.1 Al
Js glit sells more coal, flour or feel foi
$1 than any one. Sco him.
A New Joke
On tho liver. Whon it is out of order
and you feel bluo, try u row doses of
BegRR'Littlo Giant Pill. Your liver will
appreciate the joke. So will you. For
sale by Deyo Grice.
Wright keeps the best gasoline stove
in tha market.
Go to Sherwood nnd Albright for your
groceries. They keep tre best in town.
The Army Dill
Is not the one that worries as but the
doctor's bill. Keop n supply of Boggs'
Family ModicincB on hrnd and rodnce
yonr doctor's bills i)5 per cont. Sold by
Deyo & Grice.
MoNitt will exchange Hour nnd feed
at cash prices, for corn, outs or potatoes
at market prices.
Hay! Hay! Hay !
Bids will bo rocoivod at tho Red Cloud
Mnrblo Works for Go tons of first class
prairie hay, to bo delivered at Rod Cloud
nil properly stacked nnd weighted, liny
to stand in tho stack .10 days boforo it is
measured. 8 cubic feet to constitute a
Than take in nnv olhor form is what
many people think nnd Parks' Ta i
every doy. Sold br C.
first class goods und reasonable ptloes
oan Uwnys be found at W. W, Wright's
hnrdviuro store. I
Tho6o accomodating storokeoierB,
Shorwood & Albright tho grocers, siuly
to please thtir castomers. Call anfteoo
thorn whou mwnnof ornceriea.
The Demon of Dcsualr
iDBomonta, nnd Its twin brothor Jys
ponnin, are tho offspring of a disordred
atomacli. A noeitivo euro -is founl in
Degg's Dandelion Bitters. Sold by leyo
A Woboler county farm, of 1G0 neos,
with well tlnlshed fraino house, stiilc,
100 acres fenced in to pasturo, ovei'flO
head of cattlo, over -10 hogs, over 600
hiiBlisls ot corn; oticr ull for URliorttmo
for tho Btnnll sum of f 2,1 00. A fjod
praiiio funu of 1C0 acres with no 7m-
Srovements, price ?1,050. 80 fure in
owel county. Kansas, $1,100. fU iCres
in Jewel county Kansas, il,' (). flin
proved Webster county farm or !0tf ri's,
price $2,000. Gkorue O. Yki :it,ngt,
Ited Cloud. Neb. 7
Is n Bvniptom ot disease of ih kidneys
It will cortaltily bo relieved y Parks
Hare Curo. That headachebucl chonnd
tired feeling como from tho n id cniio
Auk for 1'arIcB' Snro Cure for lie Iyer
nnd kidneyp, price $1.00. Bold W C L.
In order to reduce stock, wo will
nil fancy rookora for in per cent iliscuut
for HO duys. Now is the timo if you wnt
a nice rocker. F.V.IailoJ
Iliicklcn'H Arnica Halve.
The best salvo in the world for
bruisos. sores. Ulcers. Salt rheum, fmr
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblain,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and pm
ttvoly cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to givo perfect sntisfacton
or monov refunded. Prico '25 conta pur
box. For solo by Cotting' i
All fnnoy rockers 10 per rest diJouu
of 00 dnjs. F. V. 1 u )B.
Wo sell Parks' Cough Byrupon mosi
tlvo guarantee to cure nil tliroufnnd
lung trouble). It has stood tho tilt for
many years and to-day is tho hiding
remedv for tho curo of eokln. ponlimn.
tinnnndnll dUenses of the thoii nnd
iunK. rnco wc una i,uo, buu
WKATEISKE 1' OIES'.CAh'fl'S
I'lttnlslictl Ilxprently for The
Chief for Webster County
CopyrlRlitcil by W. T. Foster.
St JosKi'H, Mo.,Octobor IlrJ. My
last bulletin (;ave forccaH of
tho storm waves to cross tho conti
nent from full to G tli, and tho next
will reach tho Pacific coast about the
10th,fro.n tho western mountains by
oloso of the lltli, tho great central
12 h to II li, Mid the eastern states
about the lfith,
The n-artn wave will cross the wes
tern mountains about tho 10th, the
tjreat central v.iMi's nlout the 12th,
and the eastern Males about the lltli.
Tho cool wave will cross tho western
mountains about tho 13th, tho ureal
central valleys about tho l&tli, and
(ho eastern states about the 17lh.
Very sovcro Srtorms may bo expeot
id to cross the continent from iTa
ember 10th to December 9th.
It is suprisitig to see how man)
readers cotifuso my forecasts Willi
those of tho national weather bureau.
havo nothing to do with r.ny thing
dated at Washington, and cannot af
ford to be held responsible for
Anything moro ihau my own
errors. G'ye us planetary metcrolo
ists fair critics, and wo arc always
ready to compare our long range fore
casts of the national weather bureau
lutwithstanding their government aid
of over $2,000 a day.
Too many readers overlook the con
ditions under which my forecasts arc
made. All hould remember that
'.ho wathcr changes are expected
si thin 24 hours of tunset of tho day
tianird, and thcrcforo not acccssaril)
in that day.
"CUIlllENT TtlKOIUfiS OK STOHMS."
Brof. Digelow of tho national
weather burtau, says: "That the met
rological sjetm ii somewhat depen
dent upon Ike coronal magnetic field
lardly adaiits of further doubt, and
consiqucntly there is grounds for the
modification of the current theory of
That is the first timo anybody con
nected with tho national wcatkir
bureau has admitted a posibility tlul
planetary mctcrologists havo the cor
rect theory as to weather changes, and
now it is stated in tho public prors
hat his investigations arc to bo dis
jontinucd by tho department of agri
culture. In another paragraph Prof Bigclow
jay: ' Storms tend to accumulate, and
Hovero weather is most frequent after
he 3rd, 11th, 17th, 22nd and 2Gth.
Herein is an admirable Eourco of long
rangu weather predictions in general
term'." This quotation is somewhat
remarkable, coming from its high and
responsible authority. Starting with
what ho alls tho 3rd day and count
ing to the 2Gth is 23 days, and count
mg tho first as one, this 23 days ex
actly covers five of my storm waves,
not widely differing from the fivo dis
turbances mentioned by him.
But Prof. B'golow will not bo per
mitted to follow up this work, for with
a long rango system of forecasts per
fected, tho dealers in ccral options
would havo no great advanUgo over
tho agriculturists, and the former arc
so powerful no position is secure
when they drsiro to get an objection
able person out of what (hoy consider
their field of operations.
The facts as to magnetic influences
of the sun on our earth wero not ob
tained by Prof. Bicclow by examining
thu sun, but from tho record of mag
netic action at various places all
aroutid and on tho earth, thcrcforo it
is only a theory with him as to the
sun being the solo causo of those mag
netic disturbances. I believe him to
bo in error as to somo portions of his
theory on'nhich he has no proof. His
idoa is that there uro places on tho
sun thnt sond out grrat magnetic dis
turbances, and that t!ico envclcpo
tho earth at intuvaln, becatuo of tho
rotation of the sun ou its axis. Prof.
Tico hold that a new, or undiscovered,
planot called Vulcan is tho causo of
these magnetic disturbances. When
tho truth is knonn, all tho planois
will bo found to havo icomothitig to do
in causing theso magnetio throbs, or
heait-beats of tho solar system.
Tho d flcreneo bctweru tho investi
gation mado by Prof. Bigclow nnd
those mado by planetary inetcriiligists
is. that ho has laken tho recorded
changes in magnetism, and found tlut
this force nomes lo tho earth in peri
od to wave1!, whilo wo havo laken tho
weather records for many jcavs, and
' found that groat woatber disturbuueos
have cine at.d continue t j occur coin
cident with ccilain positions of the
sun moon nnd planets, these positions
being such ns, according to tho laws
of magnetism, would causo magnetic
and weather disturbances on the earth.
Wo have also found that sun spots,
magnetic storms, great weather events
nnd the magnetio disturbing positions
of sun, moon nnd planets arc coincid
ent. Therefore wo hold that it is tho
planctiry positions that cause all theso
disturbances through nngnctio or
Prof. Vccdcr, of Lyons, New York,
has recorded tho auroral displays, and
has demonstrated that they arc coin
cident with tho sun spots. Prof. Bigo
low finds that tho suu Fpols, or the
rotation of tho sun, coincides with tho
magnetic throbs on tho earth, nnd
planetary mctcrologists hive demon
strated that whether ohangcr Ate coin
cident with sun spots, aurora, and cer
tain positions of tho tun, moon nnd
planets relative to each other,
Out of tlmso facts is being evolved
tho nojv moterology. The subject
ono of many nnd great d tlicuhies, but
that which is easily obtained is of but
The progress now being mr.de on
this and many other questions of
great importance is greatly indebted
to i he newspapers nnd very littlo to
orthudix se'eutists. Independent,
liberty-loving thinkers, reach the peo
ple through the daily und weekly
press, and public opinion soon fotccs
the orthodox scientists nut of their
As never before, tho world is honey
combed with new thought, and the
old is being turned down. Not only
in scientific matters is this true, but
in all that relates to man. Why this
wonderful bound, this swift-flying new
thought as if on tho wings ef a Mcr
curo? This ago of electricity and of elec
tric theught. may be tho result of a
grcnt magnetic equinox, which if the
unknown of tho univcrao is patterned
after the known, must occur at inter
vals of about 13,000 years, when our
solar system posses its equinox with
the great cantor around which ii
moves in about 20,000 yrars.
The, tortnres of dyspeptia, tho sufToring
of scrofala, the agonizing itohnndpalnof
salt rhonm, the disagrceablo symptom of
catarrh, nro removed by HoodM Sarsarpt
rilla. Heod'a Pills are tho best nfter-dinnor
pills, assist digestion, prevent constipa
tion, OUR KDUCATIOXAI COLUMN.
I1Y D. M. IIUNTGn, CO. 8UPT.
During tho last two weeks the ed
itor of this column has bten visiting
soheols and holding educational meet
ings, and has not taken timo to pre
para anything for tho education
col u m u.
Wck bsforo last nftor visilinj.'
S'.vcti schools in tho northeastern par'
of tho county, an educational mee
ting was held nt tho Ilanncy school
house in Dist. No, 77 on Thursday
evening Oct 19th. The meeting wac
woll attended cspcially by young peo
ple. Some subjects woro quite woll
discussed, and all present seemed
to be interested iu tho cause of ed
ucation. Somo of tho questions
proitentcd by those present which re
ceived attention at the meeting aro as
follunu: How can a bo; go to sclico'
in tho summer? How cm wo interest
the parontc sufficiently to arrange
their work to suit tho scheolh? In
docs a girl always want to havo her
lctisn, whilo a boy docs not care
whothoT ho has his or not? Why is
it that the parents givo tho girls bit.
tor schooling than tho bojs? Should
scholars enter college, when they may
yet learn moro iu tho district school?
What are the best exoroiscs for the
scholars, whilo tho older ones aro re
citing? Kxplair, tho inOnitivc phrase.
Tho educational meeting in district
No. 20, southwest of Bladen on Thurs
day evening October 20, was attended
by somo of tho patrons of tho district
Somo of the questions discussed
at this meeting were:
In it advisable to allow a pupil to
study in a bonk too difficult for him?
How would you punish pupils that
How would jou punish pupils that
damago cchool propcrtj ?
Theso meeting wo think will be
helpful in creating an interest in
sohoal work. -
Tho first grade class mt at Bed
Cloud High ficliool room last Satur
Only lour membcri of the class
1 ' i. ...AtfrtVKM "" "f
tf -kVl H
Coriier Dviig Store
5 IT you
rr: Deyo & Grice, Props.
mum iii iu iii iii
What U tht tenittten
brittle? Doet U tpUt at
1 HMjWUInij I
Dot U fall out trAen combed or bruthtd? It It full' c 4
Doea your italp itch? X$
are tomt of your cympionta bo warntA in timo or you
Is wht you need,
search. Kuowlctleeot tl
to treat thm. "aknokum''contalnii neither mlnersli nor oils, II
rtfllghtfullr coolloc and retrfihlnit Tonlo. Vr atlmalatlna
failing liair, rurti dandruff ami orou hair on bald toadi.
. CV" Keep the acalpclao,bfalthraDd frae t rora Irritating ei
of fikoolevm Skim Soap, U dceuoye paratuto tnntti, tcMth
If run. dmrctal eannat
teaot mark prepatn. on receipt ot price.
naguterca ji ,
THE SK00KUM ROOT HAIR GROWER CO..
17 South Fifth Avt., New York, N. Y.
were in attendance. They Bhowcd by
their work that they had given tho
subject considerable thought. Mr.
Smith, Mr. Frisbio, Miss Bather and
Miss Me (Jail were tho faithful ones
this time. Supt. Castor conducted
tho class in his usual cflioicnt manner.
The New England Journal of educa
tiotisays, "It costs but $2.20 a year
for aeh man, woman, and child to
support tha public schools of this
Eighteen young persons in this
county nro teaching their first term of
school this full.
Every parent in every distriot of
this'county should visit the school in
his own disttict at least onco each
Monthly reports have been received
fiom tho following teachers:
J. Drcbback, Jas. M. Scolcs,
Came Bill, AliuaL. l'ctcrp,
Mrs. M Fletoher, Mny Bunker,
1). I. Pope,
Mrr. C. Bo re n,
A, N. Allfiuist,
Ella Van Wocrt,
Lula A ro.
Boss D. Paul,
Manic F. Bealo,
Matido Orchard, Ncttio Hummel.
Nanoy Lewis, Kthcl M. Parks,
Edith S. Davis, Mary Farquhar,
Ij. B. Greenlee. Mubcl H. Day,
Georgio Prather, Thos. A. Leonard,
Alvin Pipe, lluth Householder
Margaret Lcotsch Lutic Puiks,
Mngg'o White, Anna Cockrall,
Snah L. Fiahor, Lona A. Duiloy,
Ida E. Sayer, Belle Spanogle,
Emily llobinson, N. L. D Smith,
Lottio lloby, J. It S'radtr,
Mabel Wright, Lulu Potter,
Mao llohatt, Zinnia J. Bust,
Jessie Holy cross, Olivo Foe,
G. S. Parker, John M. Earner,
Supt. M. E. Hard, Silcm, Ohio,
when a teacher secures cheerful obedi
one?, all other troubles will disappear,
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) fig
Lucas County. J
Frank J. Cheney makes ontli that ho is
tho senior partner of the llrra of F. J.
Clicnoy it Co., deing buaino.ss in tho City
of Toledo, Connty and Stato aforesaid,
and that snld tlrm will pay tho sum of
ONEIIUNDRKD DOLTjAIIS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cancot bo
cured by tho uso of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FltANIC J. ClIENKY.
Sworn to before mo nnd Bubecrlbed in
my presence, this (Ith day of December,
A. I). 188(1.
Ilull'a Catarrh Curo Is taken internally
nod acts directly on tho blood and mucous
surfaces of tho system, Send for test!
F. J. Ciiknkv ic Co., Toledo, 0.
tiTSold by Draggestsjrio.
Children Cry for
l PitOhtr'S CSttOriQa
mm mm m mm&
isKSSft Srnn I
of your$? 1$ your Anh rf, JWWjJ
the tntitf 1Ti$ it n UMe$
it dry or i a htated condition? Mft
BOOT HAIR CMWEljt
Its production Is not an accttlant, but tho result c
) dlieawi ot the lialr and acalp led to I
annnlv nt. aanil rtlMet tit na. a
Orgwir, aLW pec bottle i ttoreA(v I
t'limsTi an cntircii-sicrvicc numia?
' nm anil 7 :Mn in: Hun.liiv school
Yl'so I: i,o-:m p m and V 1' b O K Jailors
CONdltKdATIONAt, Church-HcrvlCM at m
an n in, nntl 7:.ioi in: fiiuulay tehoolatiliS
a in, Yl'HC K tao-.'M p in ami V 1' H O f Jut
liifH at 4 1 1 in.
MICTIIODIKT Ohurrh-Fcrvlce at ICMa.Mi
ami 7:o li.iii.. Hiiwnrili League al :.
in. Hiinilny Holiool nt ft :3u p. m.
II'IHCOl'AI, thurch-Hervlces every twe y
hitbui iij) timituinfiiie
I'UlliKltAN ClniKli l'.very third Bunds
lJ innriilin; at in o'clock.
UArriHTiITiiirrfi-Nii feuuTur serrlces, hub-
' day school (rrguUi) at noun. II V I U at
tIIArKI-aiindnvscliuul at 3 p ui erory Wi
U W lincli nltcrnato Tuesday erentaf.
IM'.N Ailheui I)Uko .No ISO; IOO Fererr
rtAI.ANTIIKI.otlKiiNo'.'a, Knlshts ot rythtu
Tlinrsilav t'e ulnu'.
I'D Cloud Uuluu No an. Mudorn Woodmes
v of Anierle.i. nlternali) Wetlneiiluy CTcnlqp
VAId.KV liilau No r, I'luteinal Onler of Tto
tuitur.s, tU.il iiiul third Mouder ot eaeh
rmliiy ovciiliu; on or beforo the full woon,
Ul'.i) Clmiil Chapter No 19. It A. If altcraata
1YHKNI! Coiiiinanilery No H
tllAKITY Clnpter rustorn"
V tialn Ttli'silny liveillliK.
Hlar Ne IT alter
GAlll'li:i.l) rostNnRfXIA H MoiUeyerea
lui; on or l.cruru thu full moon.
f Altl'llTiTfTw it () Uo H ineetislleriiateMt
v unlay ntlenmon.
MAltV SKI'.IW McIIKNUYTentNolIDangllt.
orsof Veterans .Monthly ovanliig.
UK KAI.KY Camp NuM, H of V TuesCay r.irf
ClintMAN Cliclu N11 3, ladlos nt the
J llistand tlilnl riatuiilav oVMnlne.
i:i)CI.()l!lH'oiiiicil No is Loyal Myrtle Lee
b Ion ot Amci lea llrst una third FrlCay cyi
'.I.'.".V.';".',1.""",u reo uananeeKweilCa '
J UNN & CO.. SCI IlliiiAliWAT, Ml- Te-C,'
Oltlcit tmrcnu (or eocurliiK patent at i3
Kvcrr ratont taken out br us la krBaalt
too publlo by a uotico glveu tree of eeilfie-T K
. . M - " "'. --. fWW-l
I.ircejt etreulat Inn of ony aolsntlBe
wuriu.. eiucnaiuir uiuxre
man ahoultl bo without It,
llUUL It. WN.kl
rcart !X0U months. Address M
L'uiiLuueiii. aoi UroMHar, New I
Notice to Teacher.
Notieo is hereby givon that I will
exumino all persons who may deslri
to offor themselves us candidatti far
teachers oftho public schoola of this
comity, nt Bed Cloud on the thirl
Saturday of oaoli month.
Special examination will be held
on tho Friday prccccding tho 3d Q&
unlay of oaoh month.
Tho standing required for tel ij
3d grado certificates is tho intnt
grade below 70 por cont., average StV
por cent; for first grado certificate-
no grado bolow 80 por cent., avoragt
90 ncr cont. in all branchos require:
D. M. IIunt-R, County 3pt.
Tayi.ou koeps the largest and best
selected stock of wall p"! jrfr" Iter
brought to Bed Cloud.
i 8olentiflo Amerltti .
SpSw 1 (Ml 3'j$I3
OKiwr DESIGN MTIwL
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