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TI1E RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1894.
A.O. IfoflMKlt, Killtor.
I.AitorTAiT. Asst Ical Kdltor,
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
ft. C. 1 D.
A I'lnc Oritur Buppcr UHd
The members of the llctl Cloud
Firo Department gavo an cxocllont en-
tciUinment last Saturday night to the
peoplo of Red Cloud for tho ostenii
bio purposo of raising monoy to go to
Beatrioo. The oitizens of Red Cloud
donated to tho boys freely and when
tho night came for tho entertainment
thoy had what might bo turmed ''An
Old Curoiity Shop," as their gifts ran
from a windmill to a toothpiok. When
thoy couio to sell them tho bidding
was lively and each artiolo brought a
good prioc. Tho Oyster supper was
immooso and was well patronized.
The entire roocipts of tho evening
From all Bources, $121) 40
Expenses 28 85
Not proceeds $100 55
Tho following is a tablo of presents
as donated and by whom, also a tabic
as to who purchased the articles with
ono or two exceptions of names that
could not bo learned.
DONATIONS Y CITIZENH
To tho firo department for a boncfit to
tho company on tho 13th:
Album, 3 cook books and bushels
of toys Doyo & Gricc.
Fruit dish T. E. Penman.
Lamp II. Cook.
Ladies shoes R. M. Martin &Son.
Boy's suit over-coat and cap A.
BO lbs. Flour B. P. Mizer.
Whip-J. L. Miller.
Pocket knife A. Mohart.
Shoo brush and blacking, jar pre
served Ginger Shea & Turnurc.
50 lbs. flour M. B. MoNitt.
500 lbs. coal Traders Lumbor Co.
C bottles ketchup and pickles Sher
wood & Albrigh.
Half gallon oysters J. O. Lindley
Silver card stand L. M. Vance
Ono largo picture F. V. Taylor
Ono ham Geo. W. Lindsoy.
Water can W. W. Wright.
Wind mill James Potorson.
Half ton coal Piatt & Frees Co.
Tin pail six muffin rings and 3 tin
cups A. Cozad,
Fur lap robo J. 0. Butler.
Pair shoes II. Dicderioh.
Gallon oystors C. M. Calmcs.
Pair misses shoes Blakcslco &
Saok of corn meal L. P. Albright.
Box cigars J. Nustcin.
" M. M. Stern.
" -N. Longton.
" Jno. Polnloky.
Ono shaving ticket R. P. Hutch
inson. Pair shoes C. N. Wcathcrald.
Ten lbs. butter Kirsohbraun Has
kell Pioduoo Co.
2 subscriptions to Chief for ono
year A. C. Hosmer.
Ono horso prasontcd by J, C. War
ner and L. P. Albright.
4 towlos G. A. Duckor & Co.
4 shirts C. Wiener.
Pair portior curtains Minor Bros.
Fivo dollars M. R. Bentley.
Street oar tickets Lloyd Crabill.
list ok rai.es.
1 Pair i'orticrs,
R. M. Martin $1 25
(i t) or,
Robe, Mrs. Newhouso
Half Ton Coal, "
Street Car 'i'ickots, M. S. Marsh 1 85
One Coat, "
Subscription to OmiU', "
Pair Shoes, Blaokiugeto. "
Belt; Mr. Aultz
Knives and Forks, "
Pair Shoes, '
2 Bundles of Toye,
L, M. Vanoo 1
Bun-lip of Toys, '
Knives and Forks, Mrs, Smith
Tin Pail and Toys,
Bundlo of Toys, Oscar Ptmor
Pair of Towels,
Fair Towel a, Jno. Diokerson
Towol, A. II. Gray
Plug Hat, "
Knives Forksand Cigars ' 1
Shirt, 0. C. Bell
2 Shirts, A. C. Hosmer
Knives, etc. Mrs. J. Boavor
Subscription, CiiiEt', J. 0. Butler
Fine Teleicopo, Harry S'.roup
" Mrs. G. Smoker
Monkey fldx, Geo. Overing
Ham, W. B. Roby 2
Suit of Cloths, W. J. Peary
2 Boxes Cigars, Jno. Tomlinson 1
Shirt, Col. Winrroy
Cook Book, Geo. Hendricks
Lamp, Thad McNitt 2
Pocket-knife, Loyd Crabill
Fiih Pond, 5
Upon the wholo tho committee who
hid tho work in clurgo are deserving
of much praiEO for tho excellent way
thoy did thoir work.
Tho following aro tho names of
thoso who attended tho Nebraska
Association at Beatrice.
A. J. Tomlinson, Stato Treasurer,
J. 0. Butlor, Col. Winfroy, Joseph
l'arr, L. M. Vanco, R, P. Hutchinson,
A. Aultz, M. S. Marsh, J. L. Miller,
F, P. Hadloy, Ed Pulsipher, A. II.
Gray. Harry Sowtcr, Henry Dicderioh
Mn. Editou Bear sir. As a read
erof the Great Family Weekly, it is
always a wclcomo visitor at our homo.
And we onjoy reading tho great story
in your paper. I must say that The
Chief has secured a great circulation
during tho last year as it seems to bo
in every home. I must say you de
serve credit for tho great paper and
for tho reason you will not print any
thing that w;ll slander anyone and es
pecially any community. Tbcro is an
other thing I liko to read, and that is
your corrcspondonoo as it brings us
nows from friends and others, whioh
wo might not hear from. 1 notice
tou uso to, havo a correspondent from
Indian Creek, but I notiao that ho has
not corresponded for sonio timo. It
is a good thing as it gained sovcral
subscribers for your paper in this vi
cinity. K. P.
.I . .
Experienoo nnd money onnnot improve
Dr. Sawyer' Family Cure, booause it is n
perfect euro for Dyspepsia, Liver com
plaint, Kidney difficulty ami constipation
Deyo & Price.
on nnd nftor Junuary 1, 1894, OOcts., will
buy flvo tickets entitling holder to ono
gullon of houd light oil for oach ticket,
or Boino number of tickets for gasolino
ut M. B. McNitt's.
At a prayer mooting in New Jersey
a democratic brother prayed that Gud
would causo the democratio party to
hang together, whereupon a republi
can prcsont cried, Amon, Amen. This
led tho demooratio brother to mnko
tho following commendation in his
prayer: "Not, 0 Lord, in tho sense
that our republican brother means, but
in tho spirit of accord and ooncord."
"Any cord will do Lord; any cord will
do," interjected tho republican brothor.
Tho pastor immediately uado a rule
that hcroafter politics should be kept
out of tho prayer meoting.
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Since- its first introduction. Eloctrio
Bitters has gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the lead
among pure medicinal tonios nnd nltem.
tWes containing nothing whioh pormita
its use ns n beverage or intoxieant, it in
recaunized as the bost nnd nurost med.
ieine for nil allmentH of Stomnch, Liver
or Kidnaya. It will euro Slok Headache,
Indigestion, Constipation, and drive Ma-
larln from the sy atom. Satisfaction guar
anteed with each bottlo or the monoy wll
bo refunded. Price onlv r.On. np i.nfn,.
Crtl.l l. r T s-..i
uuiu uy v. xj. vuillll,
lie Sure and Head Tlila.
Our correspondents nre dointr somo ox.
collont work nnd wo hopo thut they will
L'ontlnuo to givo ub ull of tho news ns of
ten ns possiblo. Wo are by your efforts
nblo to givo tho nows of tho entire county.
During tho coming year, wo propose to
give premiums to our correspondents fur
faithful servico, oh follows:
nv i. ...,. ... ..
.in mo uuv who writes ino most
often wo will give u nrizo of g.1 m
To tho 2d belt oqo
to tho ud best ... i on
Auyoni in tho county oanVnnnmti.
provided thoro is not a correspondent in
your noiguuaruoou already working for
lleKB' Cherry tough Syrup.
the urcntost nnd heat dnnr.i. u.
It will relieve n oouorh milnker ... ,..!.!
moro cffeolually than any thing on the
uinrKiu, ouiu aim waciuuieu uy Ueyo &
Street Car Tickets,
500 lbs. Coal,
THE HIUHfrttT AWAIID.
noyul fluking Powder Iiiin nil
I he Honor, In Strength nnd
Value 20 Per Cent, above It
Tho Royal Baking Powder has the
onvlablo record of having rocoived tho
highest award lor articles of its class
greatest strength, purest ingredients
most perfectly cmbiucd whorover
exhibited in competition with qthcrs,
141 tuo exibitioas ot former years, at
tho Centennial, at Paris, Vienna and
at tho various State and Industrial
fairs where it hai been exhibited,
judges have invariably awarded tho
Royal Baking Powder the highest
At tho recent World's Fair tho ex
aminations for tho baking powder
awards woro mado by tho experts of
tho chemical division of the Agrioul
tural Department at Washington. The
official rcportof tho tests of tho baking
powders which were made by this do
partment for tho speeiuo purposo of
ascertaining which was tho best, and
which has bocti mado public, shows
the leavening strength of tho Royal
to bo 1C0 cubio inches of carbonic gas
per ounce of powder Of tho cream
of tarter baking powders exhibited at
the Fair, tho next highest in strength
thus tctcd contained but 133 cubio
inches ot leavening cas. Tho other
powdciH gave an avcragoof 111, The
Royal, thoroforc, was found of 20 per
cent, greater leavening strength than
its nearest competitor, and 44 per cent,
above tho avcrago of all tho othor test.
Its superiority in othor respects, how-
ovor, in tho quality of food it makes
as to fineness", delicacy and wholesome-
ness, could not bo measured by figures.
It is theso high qualities, known
and appreciated by tho women of tho
country for so many years, that have
caused tho sales of tho Royal Baking
Powder, as shown by statistics, to ex
ceed the sales of all other baking pow
This is tho season of the year when
the surpriso party comes on your
premises and squats. Tho party
tracks mud all ovor your carpots,
soratohes jour furniture, cats your
wintersupplics and with a big speech
presents you with a knock kneed rock
ing chair tied with a red ribbon,
which must havo cost $1.75. Th'on
tho party goes away and siys it be
lieves you havn corns, your wife false
teeth, and your children aro howl
ing Apaches and your funituro ail
shodd). Finally tho party thinks
you know it all tho timo and only act
"If you don't look better, feel bettor,
eat hotter nnd sleep better, bring it back"
That is what we say when we sell a bot
tle of "ParkB' Sure Cure," If yon aro not
fooling just right, if your hond nohosj
your stomach distreases you; if you are
'out of sorts" nud don't know whnt the
troublo is, why don't you try a bottle on
this guranteed plan? ''We will take tho
chances If you will take the medicine."
nouses in New Zealand aro all one
story and straw-thatched.
mm - 11
What IScty Ann Has to Say.
Says sho: "That air al of Dekin l'o
grnni, she dou't know why she just don't
know putty, bo she don't. There's that
air gal, sho burned her hand awful, bo she
did, nnd instead of n puttin' on Hnller's
Australian Salve which ud tnok nil the
fire right out nnd jiat mado it git woll
rlto off, so it would, why, aho just put on
n whole lot of stuff nnd nnd vou ies'
bet she'll know belter next time. For
sale by Doyo &. Grico.
Do not bo misled by socnllod choap
pricos. but see W. W. Wricht for mmi
goods and low prices.
A Dead Open and Shut
And no foolishness. OeirnVi fJlmm?
Cough Syrup will euro where nil others
fail. Sold nnd warranted by Deyo &
' . 1
An easy chair for a discontonted
man is not to bo found in any market.
Money onnnot.buy a better family med
icine thnu Dr Sawyer's Family Core It
is the result of lonir ezneriouoo nnd wiil
positively eurodiniculties of tho Stomach,
Liver, Kidneys nnd Howols. Doyo & Qrioo
... 1 1 ....
A now gold field, 20 miles squarr,
has been disoovcrod near Harztl, Col
orado. Headache and Indluestloii
Can be mired. If you dou't belie vo it try
Uegg'H Little Oinut l'ille. Sold and war
ranted by Deyo Orloo.
Go to WrightB for school-house hcut
ing stoves, liest in Red Cloud.
Ladle: For diseases of women you will
find Dr. Snwytir'd I'listllk'H will renuh the
dillleulty directly nmlcouKiitiitioimlly bet
ter thun tny uthur rmuaJy. Doyo & Griuu
Children Cry for
Children Cry foi
OUR EDUCATIONAL COLUMN
BY D. M. HUNTER, CO. SUIT.
Tho educational meeting at tho Elm
Crook Hchoolhousc Dist. No, B was a
Thero was a good attendance of
tcachors, patrons, officers, and pupils,
After a talk on tho subjeot of publio
school education by tho Co. Supt. a
short repess was given, after whioh,
awmo questions woro pretty thoroughly
discussed by those present, Some of
these aro as follows.
Who should oure for the schoolroom
after churoh or other publio meetings?
Should a teacher punish for an of
fenoo of whioh ho has only uiroum
Can a tcaohcr mako a success of
toaehing and havo other business on
Should whispering bo allowed In
Is thero anything gained by (cach
ing a child at home?
Is drawing necessary in eountry
Of what kind of uihii shffuld a
How many yards of blaok board
should a school have?
Can a pupil learn as easily after ho
has becamo tho ago of twonty as bo
In tho disoussion of questions pre
sented at these educational meetings
we try to arrivo at tho true answer as
nearly as poxsiblo, Thero is nothing
that helps one to advance in knowl
odgo moro than a froe discussion of
practical questions in whioh persons
express differences of opinion,
On Thursday ovoning, February 1,
an educational meeting will bo hold at
tho Francis school house in district
No. 21, if tho weather ha favorable.
About Cfty persons wcro present at
tho teachers' meeting held at Guide
Rock last Saturday. Tho program as
printed in this column a short limo
ago was carried out in full. Every
question was given its proper share of
attention. Somo excellent papers
wcro read and somo good talks given.
All the teachers who were absent
from this meeting lost by not attend
The teachers present were not
asked to enroll but we shall try to
give tho names ot all that wcro there.
Besides visitors tho following teachers
were in attendance:
Prin. Joh. Dresbach, Cnrrio L Bill,
Prin. H. C. Proboico, Mrs. Myra I).
Fletcher, Sylvester Friibio, Lula C.
Barber, II. W. Cox, H. Maude Orohard
M. M. Million, Cora Garber, John W.
Vandiver, Lora E. McBrido, Lottie
Roby, Lillian Clark, Ella VanWoert,
Emily Ogilvie, Orpha Pottit, Mabel
Day, Alma Peters, Lulu Ayor.
Miss Alma Poters was choson secre
tary. Tho next tcachors' meeting will be
held at Rod Cloud on Saturday, March
Tho county board of supervisors, at
their last meeting, wisely ordered the
enlargement of the suporintondont's
office in tho court-houso by having
folding doors placed in the partition
botweon his room and the ono west of
it. This will make it much pleasanter
aid moro convenient o examination
days. All applicants for certificates
know that heretofore tho office has
been crowded greatly on tho day of
Tho stato apportionment has not
yet come. The delay is caused by a
county superintendent's neglect to
correot hit report to tho state super
Mhnt Is it? It is a bottle. What is a
bottler Syrup. Why do I see It in bo
many houses? Becauao everybody likes it.
What in it for? For Coughs, Colds and
Croup, Whooping Cough and Consump
tion. What if its namef Parks' Cough
Lifo appears to be too short to be
pent in nursing animositios.
1 .. 1
We authorize onr advertised druggist to
soil Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
sumption' Colds and Coughs, upon this
condition. If you are nflllcted with a
Cough, Cold or any Lnne, Throat or Chsst
troublo, nud will utm this remedy as di
rected, giving it a fair trial, and exporieue
no beueilt. you may return the bottle and
hnvo your money refunded. Wa oould
not make this offor did w not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery oould bo relied
on. It never disappoints, Trinl bottles
freo at O L. Cottiug's Drugstore Large
hUjMo. nud 81.00.
When Daby was itckwe etvA her Castorl. '
When kbe wm a Child, the cried for Castorl.
When she became Mlts, she clung to Cattorla.
When aha bad Chlldran, aha gate tbam Caatorl
DEYO & GRICE,
Selling the Best Drugs
and Medicines to be had i
In their Pliarmaey Department they compound all TTT
prescription! cnrcrully nnd by registered pharmacist, tit
Stationery, Periodicals, Papers, &c t?t
Now is the Time ! f
TO GET BARGAINS AT
G. A. Harris'
I am closing out my entire otock of Men's
and boys Leather Boots at Cost, also
Men's Underwear, Overshirts and
All winter goods' at greatly reduced prices.
Come early before the sizes are broken,
ill. rirav wf-k rff- 1)1
Shea & Tunure, Props,,
Wo have a complete stock of
M li Fit
Imported and domentlc table dcllcaclcit, &c.
Highest market price paid for produce or ull klndi.
SHEA & TUNURE,
Bentley Block, Red Cloud.
Hitch Fp !
But before yu do come around
Harncaa shop und buy a new set
of hanrf.madc harncii. Have
reduced ull goods In the har
iichn line. Here are a few or
Wi00 harness for 30.r0
:to.oo " ". . ii3 Go
'J(I,00 " ' '7.00
27.00 ' " s 20.00
10.00 " "
And all goods in proportion.
1 f t
dono 011 snort notlce.-
J. O. Butlor.
J. O, Butler, Propr.
rANTKU-irorsf. at rotenmn's aurlcultural
WJ,l'K,i'-Tii Krtiirt your fcclsiori.-Hiitclif
Inson'i burlier shop.
poll HALE a Rood horse, apply at tills ofllce.
WAS,'T,tns'J,dc,,tdttl,e We",an lt:
WAH,!I)-,tolJ,i,.""V.""JU'"'ioof my old
stoves. Dud llurkley.
ri'liK-W.O.T. U will meet wlnli Mri. J. W.
... ......... ... ...,..,, w, m.iiuurj.
VA?.Tia)inTi bl!y " buKlr or ,rni, for one
W;,TKl)-To Iniy Calumhlitn stainpH, I
will pay ona-lia t cent each fm mi i,,!t
WOltrtAI.K-1 ImveanuinlHT of r 10 ce Tlior.
A nii-broiUl lAweihiK sellers forsnlentre s
enable, terms. a. M. auUt., '"
The Mid-Winter Exposition.
Tho low rlltflfl in Pnllrnrnln r,,,... 1
by the Burlington route, eonstituto an
uncquaiieu opportunity of vioiting that
land of Bunehino. fruit and ilowors,
Ou ncoount of tho mid winteroxposltion
California's World's fuir-ngontB aro
now spiling round trip tickets to San
I rnncisco, LosAngoIrs, San Barnnrdlno
faan uiego, otc, at ?&). Tiukotflnni
good to return until April .'10, 1801, nnd
uro vory hboral as regards etop overs and
truusit Imilts. Wido olioico of routes
going mid returning. This is tho year
of years to visit California, nud tho Bur.
Ilngtou is tho routeof routes to get there
Ask your neareet tickot agent for full
information, or wrlto to J. Francis, con.
oral passengor and tickot ngont, Omaha.
Hiiclileii'H Arnlt'ii Salve. '
Tho bout salvo in tho wmid fur mitii
bruiBe, Boros, Uloorn. Salt rlioiim, fOVOr
sores, tetter, chapped hands, cliilblnins.
corns, and all skin eruptions, ,uij posi
tivjly euros piles, or no pay required n
is guaranteed to give nerfoct satisfaction
or money refunded, l'rleo 2c cents nar
box. ForsiilebyCottln' $ r
First olnaa coods and reaBonnliln ,,u..
pan always bo found at W. W. WrTbt's
hardware t ore. - ""
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