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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1893)
TIIK 11KI) CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, NOV. 24, 1898.
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Grand Reduction sale on Cloaks,
Saturday, Nov. 25, Monday, Nov. 27, Tuesday, November 28,
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Special Prices on Ladies'
Special prices on Children's
We are going to try and
clean out as many garments
as we possibly can, and have
marked them awfully cheap.
Come and see them.
Puckers Cash Dry Goods House
A.C. lloHMiut, Killtor.
I.aiioyTait. ARt Luciil l.tiittir.
ALL PIUNTKI) AT IIOMK
Tu CiitKP is indebted to tho Hon. Ex
Senator Puddock for eonio very vulunblo
public document which nro duly up
prooiotod by tho editor.
Oivk Tiunkh. Noxt Thursday No
vombor DO, ia ttie day Hot apart by tho
President ot the United Stuteu, and tho
various Governors, us u general day ot
thanksgiving. Thin is tho event our
forefathers rocoRnized, mid (Sod in his
inflnlto wisdom tins perpetuated tho bles
sings ot enlightniont mid fioedom, wo
now enjoy bo that wo feel constrained
when the day arrives, to adhere to the
courtesy it demands. Wo nro told of
how in priuntivo life, tho colonists at
ono tiinoollored up thanks, when their
food consisted ot pinched corn mid until
ing elvo. Vet tlisse devout Christians
thanked their maker for life,
for health, for tho pertervntion
of strength and for the pros
pocta of a successful future on this
earth, and fervent hopo and an u inly
ing promieo of hfo otornal in tho world
to come. Uut whnt a bewildering con
trast in then and now. This is Colum
bian year; tho world's Columbian Kxpo
sltion, the greatest fair the world hns
ovor produced has taken place in the
borders ot our nation. Our own freo
country, tho grandest mid noblest on
earth is arrayed in lichgarinontsof pros
perity. the fruits of truthful endeavors
and onterpriso, mid proudly lifts her
mighty head defying competition by nuy
nation in tho world, There have been
adversities, trials, and perplexities, but
wo should liuthmikf ul there nro no more,
Jn some of tho European countries to
day, thousands nro dying of starvation,
and while our incomes and provisions
may not be us munificent us should be,
lot us bo thaukf ul for the many blessings
wo enjoy, from which our unfortunate
fellow beings across tho water are de
prived. Ileal poverty in thm part of our
country is virtually unknown. Our
supplies are exuberant compared tu some,
unci nioro man mis we nave a promising
future. Our country is broad, and there
is lots of room for improvement, and
each ycur BhowBPomo step in that di
rection. Tho edit) ingcmibo of education
ib being scriipoiisly advance, nud the
gospel priviligeu iim morn substantial
and effective. Verily wouro to bo thank
fnl, and with sincerest gratitudo we
should observo Thanksgiving day.
hereof tho Webster county,
lty uro called ty-meot
''goH oJlUj Tuesday,
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wb and transacting
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We have just
We are afraid that vc are have too many. For three clays we are going to let them go at
Bargain Prices. Owing to having received these garments recently, we are able to
show as nice a line as when the season first opened. To those that have not already
bought their garments, this is the time to buy as you can save from
31 to 35 on &. Garment.
An Furnlslictl ly Our County
Hanker McLaughlin droo to Hastings
C. K. Hicks mourns the loss of his pet,
N. J. Hengen of llluo Hill wus doing
business in this vicinity Monday.
A. 1. Johnson was doing business at
tlio county seat ono day last week.
The billiard hall in Dr. Ku'hlor'n build
ing opened Saturday evening with a full
A. W. Cot and Henry Hojd each
shipped a car of fat porkers to Omaha
Lust Sunday, Frank liooin had a very
fine horse get into the wire fence and
was badly cut.
Sunday evening, Rev. Snow raised
from his congregation nearly enough
mouey to orcci a barn on tho parsonage
Nelson Hnrtlott and family expect to
start net week to Salem, Oregon, and
an oxtonded trip along tho western
Dave Ilyrno rocoived a largo invoice of
goods Tuesday which ho wishes to close
out. Dave is gotting icady to leave the
Kev. Snow moved into tho Congrega
tional parsonage Monday. We are glad
to welcomu Mr. Snow and family as citi
zens of our town.
Tho republicans of these parts would
bo pleased to see tho ticket suggested in
Tiik (Jiiikk lust week nominated for '0(1,
and wo will elect them. Wo also would
lilio to havo licnju'iiiu Harrison for Sec
retary of Stnto.
Ii H. lioyd met with quite a serious
accident Sunday morning. While try
ing tj oil tho windmill ho got his hand
caught in the cogs, which tore tho ikMh
fromsoveral of his lingers. Fortunate
ly no bones were bioken. Dr. Ktuhler
dressed tho fingers and Luth now car
ries his hand in a sling, r
Last Thursday exening, nbout.'ioineiu
beis of tho A. O. U. W. and their wies
called at the ichidcnc nf D, 0. lieuuott
about I milts north of town. It was a
complete surprise on Mr. IS. They were
royally entertained by tho hos-t and
hostess, and after spending an onjoyuhlu
evening, returned to their respective
Anyone wishing a feast on chicken-pie
will do well to suvo twonty-tle cents and
call at the residence of Mrs. Annio Hur
den next Tuobduy evening, where the
ladies of tho Congicguthmul church will
servo a supper, proceeds to apply on
parsonage fund. A genewd invitation is
extended to all to come and spend a so
cial evening with ft lends.
M CURtS MHtHE ill f LSE (At
fl Best Cuuith tiyrup. Taxita (JuoO. UmI
tjeM -" lima how Djr unjuuwu.
reduced the price and
received a Big Lot of New Garments, made of the
best material in newest styles.
We also have some special bargains in
Etc., that are worth seeing.
Men's part wool underwear at 25 cts
Ladies' underwear at 25c and upward
Children's underwear, at bargain prices
We are doinij a bijj business in under-
wear as we have the right kind of
goods at prices makes them go.
Weather is fino and the farmers are
improving it gnthcritiL' corn and haul
iiif,' it to market. The corn crop near
here is very light and will go about lii
to '27) bushels per acre, and vsry poor
The Mijsas SLibys h'.ve got well,
and nro visiting in Mc Uook. We
think Dr. Damcrall has done exceed
ingly woll to cure thorn as they were
As news is scarco we will close.
Mr. Dickcrson has liiE newhouso near
Mr. nud Mrs. Warrington etnrted Wed
nesday fora two weeks visit in Missouri.
Myrtle Anderson visited at Mrn.
Hrown's last week.
Prayer meeting last Sunday evening
at Mr. Vandyke's.
AsMyrtloand Vina Anderson woro go
ing up to Mr. II MorilPslast Thursday tho
tongue of tho buggy camo down, upsot
ting the buggy on top of Myrtle. Thoro
was no damage done and no ono was hurt.
Mihs Hollo Anbuihou has bcon staying
in Ked Cloud the past week.
Mr. Anderson's littlo boy that had his
leg broken, about live weeks ago, is ablo
to sit up ngain,
Tho magiu lantern show did not got to
State Creek Hchool-houso last Wednes
Xows is ccarco this weok but will try
and do better next time.
Shelling corn fiiruiahua work for a good
many just now
Mr. Henry HoaLins of Norcntnor Kan.
in visiting friend neir North Urnncn.
Frank Wntt yoangeat child ii very slok.
Curtis Union, nuit Dell Emery, have
come bask to winter.
Mr. John Carter h going to build a
now bonne in North Hrnnch.
Quito n number of the Friend ntteud
cil winrturly mueliug near Webber last
Niat Fridny night thore will be nn nn
turtiiuiuent nt tho ao.idomy nt North
branch. A hiuaII fee will lie elmrged,
the proceeds will be taken to buy n new
orgnn for tlio nendemy. Uomu and bring
your next door neighbor.
A Show hits been at the hall for some
A gentleman U goiug to (tart n Hing
Archie Plumb is assisting iu tho high
Arty IlilU was on pur stroola Inst wctk,
Mr. John V'ludirer who went to the
world's fair nnd visited hl$ old home id
id Imme ngain.
Mrs, Verill was visiting in town thin
MUs lAura MoDrldo of lied Hload, vrai
visiting Dr, Robinson this week,
now we want to reduce
Died, Walter Dono Smith son of F. L.
and C. Smith.
About two weoks ago Deno was thrown
from n horso and had his ribs broken,
later ho was kicked by a horse but ho
soonied to bofgotting woll ngain. until
Sunday, Oct. tS!d. In the ovening ho
said ho did not feel woll and went to bed.
Mr. Smith sent for Dr. Damorell. Ho
died nbout 1 o'clock n. tn. Oct. 2.'ld. Ho
was buried at tho Mt. IIopo Cemotory.
Kov. Horton preached thu funeral sermon.
Tho Dereuved family havo tho sympathy
of tho entire community.
IN MF.MOIIV OE DKNE SMITH.
Husbandmen prune tho briar nuver
Hut from valued trees good limbs sover,
Neither does ho prize the tare
But plucks tho flower most sweet and fuir.
Done'smissed from homeand school-room
Whoro he always loved to roam,
Hut we hopo donr Deno has gained
In hoavon u better homo,
May we over strivo to meet him
In that homo so froo from pain,
And the veil that hides him from us
Will that day bo ront in twain.
Hut wo trust him with the dear ones
Who loft us ono by one,
With heartbrokon anguish we murmur
Oh! God thy will bo done.
II Is feccoiul Hire
Told him the secret of her good health.
She nsod "Parks' Tea" every night. Hold
by C. L. Cottiug.
otlco to upcrviori.
Notico is horeby givon that a spocial
meeting of tho board of Buporvisors of
Webster county, Nobraskn, will be held
at Red Cloud, Nov. '20th, 189.'! at 10 a. in.
as provided in section (VI ot tho compiled
B'ntutesof Nebraska 160.'), for tho purpose
of nccopting or rejecting tho Iron Bildgo
built over tho Republican river atQuido
Hock, nnd other bridgos, and payiug for
To approve ollicial bonds.
To npprovo or rojeut tho location of
roads where commissioners havo been
To out upon any othor road potitinn?.
To npprovo school and university hinds.
To issue bonds to rotund old railroad
To audit claims against tho county und
draw warrants for same,
II. D. Ruuucy.
Mr. W. M, Terry, who hn? boen in tho
drug business at Klktou, Ky., for the pnBt
twirlvoyeitri ny: "Cliamborlnln's Cough
Ksimtdy gives Inttor flatlsf notion than nnv
other cough medicine I have ever Bold.
There in good reason for this. No othor
will cure a eold to quickly; no othor U ao
esrtr.ii) n pruvKiitivu and euro for croup;
no other affords to muoh relief in casea or
whooping poDgl, For aalo by Deyo A
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Park's Cough Syrup cures Cold,
Coughs, Croup and Whooping Cough
Tho standard home remedy iu tliousniids
of families for all lung diseases, Gmumi
teed uy u. Li. Uotting.
Tho following is tho program for song
service ,ut tho M. E. Church, Sunday
ovening November '20,189:1.
Chorus All hud tho power.
Anthem Come sound his pruiso.
Chorus Hero us O Saviour!
Chorufl Faith is tho victory.
Solo Soloctcd Mrs. Iliiuni
Anthem Praise waitoth for thee.
Chorus Tho halt was nover told,
Solo Selected Stowurt Albright,
Anthem I was glad.
Chorus Speed away.
Solo Selected Miss Gorby.
nr.MAKrts nv imstok.
Ladies trio Selected,
Chorus Tho Lord is coming.
Solo Solected M is. Conover.
Chorus Como thou Almighty King
Ludies quartet Selected.
Anthem O God my heart!
Chorus God bo with jou.
Mr. Moore, tho postmaster at Brnd
sliaw, Va., after rending an ndvertismont
of Ohamberlntn's Colic, Cholera nnd
Diarrhoea Remedy, concluded to try n
small bottle of It. Ho says: "I used it iu
two casos for colio nud thrto for diorrhccu
with perfect satisfaction. I have hnnd
lod nnd uaed n great deal of patent med
icine but uever tried nuy that gavo iw
good results as this." For sale by Deyo it
For Farm Loans
Thoronghbrod Poland Oldtn male pigs
old enough for service, sired by Hoyally
!Id and Gold Bug, nud from sows of the
fnmous "Ulnek lies') "tribe. For sale by
F. U.Uusohow, Rliio Hill Neb.
Liver HiidKhlucy Cure.
Park's Sure Cure U thu only guaranteed
remedy. Its notion ia quick and positive
Will stop that backache ami slok-hendneho
A poatlve spcclflo for all diseases of wo-
raon. ho suffer when it will cure von r
For sale by C. L. Cottiug,
Wheat s nnjn
Corn i o-.
Oats on .-,
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Hogs l 501 GO
lntcows 1 G0g2 00
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"Mh" lftt 14
Chickens doz. 175
Turkeys , , , , , , , ,,,,,, ,,,,,, , lb, o
We have a few
Thtit are uot mailo in tlie new
est styles, but are made of
good serviceable clotn.
Durinc this sale we are coiner
to try and close them nil out,
regardless ot cost.
$4 and $5 Newmar
kets we are going to let
go at $1 each.
90 anil $7 XcwniarkelH u'c arc
KOlng tu let K ' 9'i 50 cnvli
and 0 Newmar
kets we are going to let
go at $4 each .
$15 and $17 New
markets we are going
to let go at 5 each.
All Ills TluUPIIlH
Aro good for are treated more success
fully by Parks' Tea. Is not a cathartic:
no griping or pain, yot moves the bowels
overy day. Sold by C. L. Cotting.
Four youngtnon ranging in ago from
1( to '2j years, aro domiciled in tho
county jail for 40 dnys on bread and
wator five days in tho week. All four aro
in conflnomcnt for house-broaking, and
whilo their diet is not tho most elegant
and substantial thoy will no doubt live
through it very nicely.
Dlekeus made hiin-xtlf Immortal with
Id "Pickwick" and " chops nud tomato
inici." If ho had livid iu these days he
w nl 1 have said Hnller's Hiiro Cure Cough
Sjrnp instead of "chops," etc For salo
by Djyo & Orioa.
Whilo politicans nro contenting fairly
elected olllcers wo aro fairly ti eating
trade by giving nioro goods for tho mon
ey thnn any other merchant in tho city.
Chicago Clothing Co.
Piles of peoplo seud i.'o to the Hnller
Prop. Co.. lllair, Nsbr., for a sample box
of Australinu Salve, uud a box frequently
cures a caso of piles. Fur salo by Deyo
A littlo son of Joseph Herborgor was
sovorly bitten whilo playing with a dog
this weok. It is thought it will not
Hiickingham's Dyo for the whiskers is
the best, handiost, sifest, cloantsr, most
ecoooinical and satisfnetory dyo over in
vented. It is the gentlemen's favorite.
Notico is Iirreliy ulvsii, that under nnd by
YlrtiiH of nn outer of f.ilu tisueil frnai ilin ofllco
l10.' ".ic!r"."?,.t'!c,l."' the Hiirlct court of
tlietcntli Judicial riktilct, wlllila mill for Wuln
ttr county, Kel)Msl,j, u poll n ilocreo in an uo-
', !M! .,!r.",ll"r! t!!fl. wIiitcIii, A. '). HerK,
I'lnliitlir, mill hchIiiii Milium ii, .McMu. Aii-liiliit-tle
McNIlt and thu HminuT Natlomtl
Hunk (letianil,iiit), I aliull nITer f'tr H.ile at iiuli
Ic vi'iuliie. lo tint Mule-si lildilcr lor cusfi Iu
nanil.at ttm eisi duor nf the emu t house, at
Ited I'lniM, In .ild WolHlrr t'oimn, Nclnasku,
(that lirliiKllioliiiililliigwiicieln tho I ait ttini
"( snlil fiiiiil was liiihlitii) mi Inti Viilli, il;iv of
Deeemlier. A. Ii. Isn.i, nt n o't loot: A. M, f
villi (lav, taoiolloniiiK ilcscrllicil tiroiicrty, So.
wit i IlrKluiiliiK nt lliin e. ciinurof ii. w. J,
of iscll'ii tliliteru j) liiniHiiiod) i-.uiKtt clot
Hi (II) W.iifllheMh I'. M. Tl.oine.S. urlatloii
U IU eastlUl foet. Tlictiru W. taine urlu
Pen icon nt, 'hihv N. iiinu v.irla'lon :
feet to lurlli linn nfs ltd si'Pllon. 'llien-o t'UBt
nlon? Iliu of ,a il aei-tloii lfijn fct to thu placo
ot hcilhiilm.', i milalnliiK cluvi-a III) anil 71-lwi
acre inouior lr. all la tho itui ih- o-t: muhi tr
of settlini uuinliur Ihlitcru (l.l) town one (It
riuixu eleven (II) west. AMn Iliu noitlinul
iliiuiteref m-ctlnn tlilrteeii (13) town nnu ()
liuiKeelurli(tl) W Mh I'. M. Alio tlipseuth
east iiurtM- (U) of the sHiiili-vtutt nnd lots lite
unit six all la tlio sout li-w t-st ipiailrr (') of
ei'tinii twelve (i.'j town can (I) i.iiiko eleveu
(II) . uoiit.miliu l"l and iZ-W) iicica.
tlhen under my hand tliH sitli ttuy ot No
vember A. I), Imj,
,Ofo. K. Coon, SlinlT.
Iiv A. .1. I'oMMMiON, Deputy,
t). c. Cast, I'lulntitTN Atloin y.
Over Post Office
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