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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1895)
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Are You Fortified?
When you nro in a low stato of henllli, nnd on tlio vergo of
illness, there is no nourishment in tho world hko
o restore strength. Scott's
Scott at towns, N. Y. All
Mr. Hcnncn and wife visited
Rushton last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell were con
verted lait Sunday night at the Wcs-
Ap.f yevaQ Mctnodist's meeting.
s? ; t JV Ada Satcly was visiting Mr. Rush-
,'ton and family.
t Tho Weslyean Methodists are still
Holding meetings at the Friends
jMr. Pierce and family were visiting
TYouor's this week.
da and Emma Satley were visit-
Meeting at Pleasant Grovo will eon-
'tinuo this week.
Weather fine at this writing.
Mr. HiskiuH had a horso very badly
out in the wire last week.
Mrs. Aosencrans is on tho sick list
Qcorgo G. McMurry is working for
Jeff Beauohamps were tho guests of
Mr. Decker's Sunday.
Mr. Maynard and Mr. Guthrie have
a herd of cattle and horses on Mr.
6 Smith's ranch.
Speakiug at Pleasant Dale last week
Vickio liaskins' piece wbb Ene.
Rev. Blackwell preached at the
pummel sohoolhouse last Sunday.
$ Mert Fearn has brought a herd of
horses into the neighborhood.
What is the reason Mr. Boauohamp's
horse always watts to turn in at Mr.
Mr. Hunter's meeting was not as
well attended as it should have been,
but it was very interesting and in-
v! Carl Guthrio visited Ploasant Dale
school Friday. Dibit Ram.
Some sickness in our oommunity.
Miss Lizzie Barrett is having a se
rious time with something like infla
Mrs. James Graves .. crippled up
'aad confined to her room, tho result
of a serious fall on tho ice.
Miss Wheatly on Walnut Creek
died last week from a paralytic stroko
and buried by her relatives in Mt.
A protracted meeting commenced
at Mt. Hope last weok by Eld. John
V Elder Simms and others that oon
i, ducted a meeting at Ponny Creek
hos dosed it and commenced ono on
Judge James .Stones of Smith
Center has'sorveil out his second term
as Probate Judge and has roturned to
bis old farm near Mt. Hopo,
Several of the members of the Mt.
-TUpo Union Uharcu aro talking up a
VrL'fl new building by next fall as
ttiy have several members now in tho
, sfng 5tC
Emulsion nourishes, strength-
cna, promotes tlio making of Bolid
flesh, enriches tho hlooil and tones up
tho wholo svstein.
Tor Ooughs, Golds, Boro Throat, Bronohitis,
Weak Lungs, Consumption, Scrofula, Anmaiia,
Loss of Eesh, Thin Bahics, Weak Children, and
all conditions of Wasting.
Buy only the genuine! It hna our trade
mark ou salmon-colored wrapper.
Stud for pamphlet on Seott't Emulsion. FREE.
Druggists. SO oente and $1.
A. J. Scrivener sold two fat cows
in Red Cloud last week, and bought 4
or 5 of Mr Ratollff in lieu of them
and for milch cows,
Several of the cattle that are fed on
hay and fodder are deing well and
make good beeves for the market.
No one disputes the fact that
are having niot winter weather.
Ed. Payne and Will Andrews
hauling wood from the Blue.
Boyd Letner has purchased a one
seated buggy. Look out girl", Boyd
People iu this neighborhood are
having freo range this winter, judging
from the loose stook wo see roaming
over the hills.
The semi-weekly mail now goes to
John Marker's as tho postoffico has
Catherton is now in need of a new
preacher, the former minister having
moved to Talmago.
Mrs. Geo. Cather and daughter Car
rie were in Red Cloud Saturday.
Avery enjoyable time was had at
O. R. Pitney's last Thursday' evening
in the way of a surprise party. Yo
pencil pusher did not get a bid, but
those present say it was out -of sight
John Peterson is getting his large
herd of oattlo through the winter nice
ly. John is one of Wobster county's
Weather cold and dry at this writ
ing. Gilbert VanDyke is slowly improv
ing, under the skillful care of Dr. F,
Mr, Landroth'a little girl is very
Jeff Myers was over in Line a few
days last week,
The needy of Lino township have
Capt. Albert YanDyko of Oakland,
Cal., has gone to Honolulu, Hawaii,
as a missionary.
The United Brethren quarterly
meeting was hold last Sunday at Pen
ney creek. Elder Austin, from east
ern Nebraska, was present and prcaoh
ed to a large audienoe.
Rev. Simms is holding a series of
meetings at Pleasant Grove, Ka.
A Million Friend.
A friend in aeed ia a friend indeed, and
not less than one million people have
jonad just suoh a friend in Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption, coughs
and colds. If yoa have never need this
great cough medicine, one trial will con
vince yon that it has wonderful ccrativo
powers in all diseases of throat, chest
or lungs. Euch bottle is guaranteed to
de all that is olaimed or money will bo
refunded. Trial bottles free at C. L.
Cottlng'a drug store, Large size GOo, and
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Psir Highest Award.
Red Cloud. Webster County.
Pleasant again quite a chango Sun
Ed. and Lizzie Doylo were guests of
G. V. Baker and family this week.
Miss Groat of Red Cloud was visit
ing Mrs. Sctian last week.
Parties arc all tho rage.
The skating. is shoilcd for awhile,
A littlo boy of GodlitbRassor'swns
nearly drowned Sunday by skating in
to an air hole. But was rescued by
Several of tho Willow Creek boys
wero skating Monday.
Al Williams wifuandson Lila spent
Sunday with friends U Atnboy, and
bid their friends fnrowcll before going
Co thoir new home.
Several of tho young folks from
Amboy attended tho party at Mr.
Bcal's Monday night. All roport a
very pleasant time.
Ernest Tcrrill and Miss Alta Baker
took a drive over the county Tues
day. Bessie Wilder was tho guest of
Ida Baker last Saturday.
Sylvester Frisbie was home last
Geo. Reid of Red Cloud was in our
Mrs. McKinnay and daughter are
visiting relatives and friends.
The danee at Mr. Season's was well
Some of the Cowles young men
would like to know who writes tho
the Amhoy item. I will tell you
right now gontlemcn, they don't drink
either beer or whiskey.
John Saladen is on tho siek list.
There is good reason for the popularity
of Chamberlain's Cough Itemed y. Davis
& Bazard, of 'Vest Monterey, Clarion Co.,
la., says: "It has cured people that our
physioians could do nothing for. We
persuaded them to try a bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and they now
recommend it with the rest of as." 25
and CO cent bottles for sale by Dejo Sc
No snow yet.
0. L. Eddy, wife and daughter Ma
bel were calling Saturday afternoon.
Cburoh in Inavalo next dunday.
We hear that there is to be a spell
ing match in West Inavale a week
from Friday night. All are invited.
There was a surprise on Bert Hold
redge Tuesday night, ia honor of his
16th birthday. There were about
twenty present. Al! report s good
Rev. VanDyke and family called at
Mr. Harvey's Sunday.
Jim Kincaid and wife of Red Cloud
spent Sunday at F. M. Kinoaid'i.
Miss Alta Smelser of Red Cloud
was in Reynolds Sunday,
Listen for the wedding bells and aBk
Arthur Groat for particulars.
Mr. Gibbons of Riverton has been
visitings old friends on Farmer' Creek.
Obe Haryey and John Harvey are
hauling wood from aoross the river.
Mr. Luco is cutting down those big
totton-woods on the scotion line.
Mr. Burwell's mother who has been
visiting him has roturned to tho east.
Sam Lindsoy has boen hauling wood
from Farmer's creok this week.
Old Mr. Walker has predicted an
open stormless winter here and who
says his propheoy is not true?
Take a dose of DeWitt's Little Early
Risers just for the good they will do you.
These little pills are good for indigestion,
good for headaohe, good for liyer com
plaint, good for constipation. They are
Wo aro having nico mild woathcr
for tho stook around hero
Mr. Frisbio spent Sunday at his
homo in Amboy,
Miss Eastwood of Riverton was tho
Neb.. Friday. January
guest of Miss Morenos Sawyer last
Mr. Vandorburg has moved on the
farm south of tho river and Mr. Olm
sted has moved on to his farm west of
Mrs. Eddv has been quite siok for a
few da) s but is improving at present,
Art and Mnmio Myers started to
school hero this week.
Miss Diisy Garner is visiting with
Mr. Boron's family near Cowles this
Mr. Knight and daugtor Fannie
attonded the S. of V. social in Rod
Cloud Friday night.
Geo. Hummel returned from Okla
homa Monday, having driven through,
His many friends aro glad to hco him.
Mr. Irons and wifo were in Red
The sohool children gave a ploasant
surprise party on Bert Holdreg Tues
day night. Thoy report a very ploas
Mr. Hunter and Mr, Sawyer made a
flying trip to Red Cloud Tuesday.
Rob Moore has a new buggy, and
now drives as fino a team as the
Mr. Sawyer has sold ten aeres of
his land on the west side to Rob
Mooro. Rob is going in to the hog
Mr. Eddy has traded horses -again
Many stubborn and nggruratlng oases
of rheumatism that were believed to be
incurable and accepted as lifo legaoies,
have yellded to Chamberlain's Pain Balm
much to the surprise and gratification of
the sufferers, One Application will re
lieve the pain and suffering and its con
tinued use insures an effeotnal core. For
salo by Deyo & Orlco.
What beautiful wintor woathcr, but
how long will it last?
Cassius Kersey and Chas. Hooper
went home last Saturday, but came
baok to school Monday.
Edna Davis and Leonard Tagon are
on the siok list.
Charley Smith and wife of Guide
Rock attended quarterly meoting in
North Branoh last Sunday.
Mrs. Arrants was on the siok list
last weok, but is able to be up again.
The Dunkard brethren expect to
begin s series of meetings at Maple
Grove Thursday night.
Mrs. Cox has returned to her home
The most interesting class in the
aoademy that is, tho most noisy, is
the English grammar class.
Great Opportunity to Make
I have had such splendid suoocis
that I oan't help writing to you about
it. I have not made less than 15.
and some days from $15 to $25. I
am really elated and can't see why
others do not go into the Dish Wash
er business at onoe. I haye not can
vassed any; sell all my washors at
home. They give suoh good satifae
tion that ovcryone sold, helps to sell
many others. I btlievo in a year I
can make a profit ef Threo Thousand
Dollars and attend to my regular busi
ness besides. When a climax Dish
Washer can be bought for $5 every
family wants ono and it is very easy
soiling what everybody wants to buy.
For particulars address Tho Climax
Mfg. Co., Columbus, Ohio. I think
any lady or gentleman, anywhere, can
mako from $5 to $10 a. day. I would
liko to havo vour readers trv this
business, and let us know through
your columns how thoy suoccod.
Ono team of horse wolghing 1200
pounds ouch, For further information
inquiro of E. Lightfoot, blacksmith,
first door south ot tho laundry,
Harry Byrno left for Denver.
F. W. McLaughlin drovo to Bed
J. Yost received a car load of hay
J. Krall and wifo drovo to Hastings
tho lattor part of last weok.
A. M. Bay received a oarload of
timothy hay orfe day last week.
The meotings at the Congregational
church were closed Saturday evening.
Miss Dellie Tuttlo has been en
gaged to teach the Cloverton sohool.
S. B, Biercoof Hastings was among
friends in this vicinity one day last
I. Frisbio of Amboy wbb looking
after tho flour trado in this city last
R. MeCallum was doing bus'ness at
Blue Hill and Hastings tho fore part
of this week.
Thomas Snyder and C. E. Hicks
were up at the ioe ponds on the Blue
Postmrster Horn allows no jig
danoing in tho post-offioo. Right;
put 'em out.
J. Spur of Edgar was in the city
Friday and made s sale of his house
to Lewis Cutter.
O. C. Klingman and H. MoClure
of Blue Hill were buying up horses
in this vicinity Friday.
Miss Jennie Bowman, who hat
bcon visiting at A. H. Hoffman's, ro
turned to her home Tuesday.
Rev. Davis left the fore part of tho
weok to pay a visit to his family, who
live in the northeastern part of the
Win. MoLaughlin of Jacksonville,
III , is spending a few days in thi.-
oity with his mothor and brother
The B. de M. bridge crow has boen
in town several days, repairing tho
bridges, stock yards, and taking away
the south platform at tho depot.
S. S. Wells of Hartwoll eame to
this oity Monday after his wife, who
has bees visiting in this oity. He
reports Charley Spooner, who is at his
plaee, as being seriously ill.
Yoa ought to know this: DaWltfs
Witch Hail 8alve will heal a bam ana
oil pthe pain instantly. It will oure bad
ly chapped hands, ogly wounds, aorta,
asd a well known onre for pllet.
T. L. Paugh and Kershner were
elected delegates to the Dlst. Lodge
I. 0. G. T. from Prairie Gem
Lodge No. 7, to convene st Nelson
Friday Feb. 1st,
J. R. Thornton has given up his
position ss teaoher in Cloverton and
has went elsewhere to seek s better
Cloverton's literary and debatiag
society meets Friday evening. Ques
tion for discussion: "Resolved that
fire is more destructive than water",
Prarie Gem literary and debating
sosiety meets every Friday afternoen,
question ror disouision, Resolved
that no eiroumstanoo ean evor justify
a departure from the truth.",
H. Widdershein has rented s farm
near Campbell and will move on 89011
Wo might tell yon more about Ons
Miunte Cough Care, but yoa probably
know that is cures a cough. Every one
does who has used it. It is a perfeot
remedy for coughs, colds hoarseness. It
is an espeolal favorite for children, being
pleasant to take and quiok in oaring.
Mr. Phillips is putting up a fenco,
Cora Holmes is homo onoe more
Look Graves waa in Rod Cloud Tues
day. Claudo Wilson was in our vioinity
Mr. Parker and wifo of Red Cloud
wore guests of Geo. Matkins Sunday,
Emory Bean and family wero guoits
of L, II, Kclao Sunday,
A cream of tartar baking powder r
Highest of all in leavening strength
Latest Unitod States Government
Royal Making Powder Csv,
! Wall St., N. Y.
K. C. Clutter of Red Cloud was in
our vioinity Tuesday.
Win. Bonk'e's toam ran away last
Wddnesday night while going home
from the lyocum.
Sam Snrensnn and Jim Jensen from ,,
Cowles wore in our communilj -last '
Last Thursday morning while ri.dtsg'.
fast over a hridge P ter Nd-os's
horso fell with him and fraolured ess
of hie l-u.
The man who never changes hi
always attracta the admiration
man -who never changes hia ahirfT
Snenk thiovos havo of Into bean oppe
rating at Stromsblirg.
lliickleu'a Arnica Halve.
The beat ealvn in the world for cuts,
bruiHes, soros, Ulcere, Salt rlinm. fever
sores, tetter, ulmpped hands, ohillblains,
corns, and all akin eruption, and poal
tivoly cures piled, or no pay required. It
is gunrnntaed to give pxrfeot satisfaction
or tnonw refunded. Prlee 25 oente per
box, Fornale byCottlntr. tf
It is said that the ohildreii of ox-Senator
James 0. Fair will contest hia will.
Itcport or Ilunovoleiif Society.
January 10, 1895.
To tho citizena ot Ited.Oloud:
Wo havo the following report to make '
of the Ud Cloud Menevolent society:
No. of families visited 10.
No. ot families heled, 14.
No. of garments given, 101.
Monoy paid out for shoes, groceries
Monoy donated to the society by:
The Princess Bonnie company, $25.15. '
The Chrlatian Church, $4 72.
The Red Cloud W. O. T. U $3.0$.
We wish to thank these societies for
Our supply ot .clothing is nearly ex-
pended, All interested is helping the '
needy are expected to attend our weekly
meetings and bring donationa ot clothing;
shoes and money.
Mrs. RrMSBXRd, Pbes.,. ,,
Mrs. Dow, Sxo. '
Mrs, Aucc Pope, Tres.
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