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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1895)
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All Home Print.
Look at the beautiful display in our
store windows and you will see
II Prices on Will Paper are Not Up !
But Way Down !
Don't fail to examine our stock and prices
IWrs. S. R.
Of Handsome Pattern Hats !
From 2 to $5.
75c Mats all no at 25c this week.
Moon Block, 2d door north of Mizer's.
4V MRS. S. R. McBBIDE.
the Stmlnbiik(jr or Chaiter
thin- ai! the best made.
P DlcMiHMitri and repairs always
I ,v Pktkrson, Red Cloud Neb. b
3 WW? "s.?J-i'.wZS?r: wjy-xtrarerariwrs n
Dont forget the sale of Sweat Pads May 1 1
On Siitiirlu- !Iny 11, wo will -.ell you u pair oTptulN lor IOc.
Or a Muijlu Ilariu-Hs rortjil 75,
Or a IIrIiI Hoiihlc II unit' for wl-l.OO.
Special Sale on Whips.
I will ncII you Hirer whip lor 25Im or one Tor eln. TIicmo
price only liul one day.
Our Muint; invoice or Lap IMiMter are lino. Wo will (five
Home hpct'ial prlcis on Diislum Stilurtlu), May 11.
Trim in In;; ar.tl ICepairlu on liort nolleo.
J. O. BUTLER, Red Cloud, Nobr.
One Doll.ir for 1 HE CHIEF for One Year.
SPECIAL H0TC TO OLD SUDSCHinERS Yon ran obtain this HandsomoOne Dollar Hoc.
pnstaKv.tiil,i) w lewlDKiiowforonojear If Miiirhiibsrriptlnii does nut extilru for sevcra
wet ks or i.io iitlia yet, scntl In jour renewal auU Ilia tlato on jour paper will Uo 6ei (orwarU
If you don't get tlio
Huokoye goods, the
Ohio cultivator or
Oak wagon or buggy, for R
Full line of agricultural im- u
on hand. (A
Slzo of page, 11 by 13Vi leches.
Elaborate Cover In Gold and Colors(
Highly Enameled Paper.
THErontcntsof tlin art series o! law
abnvo referral toeonmsts of a helcc
tlun o( si.xtv ro nit iiiotnurjliio
niriKluctluiis of tliu Columbian Kx
position, and Is linaluablu as n ell as
i iouLOTKrer7H:t orrri
( 7 OMCv
Red Cloud, Webster County,
MibfU'rlptlon, 1 l'er Annum
Invariably In Advance
If not paid In Rihiuii-o, after till tlaSe March
18, lew. Urn price will tie f .i,
Kntererf nt the Tout Utile In lied Cloud, Nub.
as ii t ii 1 1 iiinttcrof theni roiid cla.11
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
II. A; M. It. It. Time Tabic.
fift, Iioal KrclKlit, l.v r a. m.
in, I'iuii-iikit. " liiWi " Ar 10:00 a. m
G, Fait Freight. " I as p. n." 1 .00 p. m
142, Mixed Train, l.v l'J:30 a, in. Ar 12:05 p. m
ra, KMt Froluht, l.v ll:ln. in. Arl0:Va. in
141, MUeilTr.llll, ' iit.mp. III. " lltMll. in
ir, rHiii'iiKt-r, " 8:4up. in. " 8:30 p. m
Onirics II. Colemnn f Itd Clnuil wan
n tlto city Wednesday, looking after
railroad rutos to the Pncilic coast.
John McLaren of lied Cloud, n broth
or of J. W. McLaren tho livery man of
Hluo Hill, in hero visiting the latter nnd
Ins family. Hluo Hill Loader.
II. C. Richmond of I led Cloud, and
until recently connected with Tub
Ciiikf. hiiB accepted n situation nt the
iisjluni, uuder the new asylum oflluiulu.
AdauiH County Democrat.
Walter Cox of ltod (Jloutl is in tho
city Ibis week visiting with relatives nnd
friends. Walter is n hturdy farmor hoy
now. and has been planting seeds with
considerable enthiibiaBtii. Harlan Coun
Judge .James MuNeny of lied Cloud,
wuh in Hastings. Jim MoNony would
make a district judge before whom
overy person could safely uxpect exact
and expeditious justice. Adams Coun
Tho exporlations of American Hour to
Cuba have declined from 0,000 barrels
to 800 barrels per month sinco tho de
struction of tho reciprocity arrange
mentB directed under tho McKinley bill.
Itoligiuus meetings at 1'luinview will
again be held on and after next Wed
nesday evening and will bo conducted
by Hev. O. W. Hummol. Ninety con
versions have been made, sevonty of
whom have been united with the church
as the result of meetings held in Plain
viow in tho past. An Kpworth Icnguo
has also been organized there with a
membership of forty-threo charter mem
bors. The Pluiuviow Sabbath school is
pntroniod by about 100 scholars. Blue
W. P. Fulton and family movod to
Hod Cloud Tuesday of this wook. Wo
nro unablo to ascertain what busi noes
Mr. Fulton will engugo in in tho future
Wo beliovo wo speak tho sontimonte of
the people when wo say wo regrot to boo
them leavo our city nfter sovoral years
of nctivo business hfo horo. Mr. Fulton
wns a progressive, energetic nnd libornl
business man; an active member nnd
libornl supporter f religious sociotien,
Doth Mr. and Mrs. Fulton will bo much
missed from relegioun and social circles.
Tho wish of thoUoviewisthat prosperity
may attend them whorover they may
cast their lot. Hivorton Koviow,
Senate tllu 'AX is the law of tho land
or will bo by tho time it is needed. It
provides that tho secretary of stato
shall designate tho papers that shall
publish at legal rates the proposed
nmondment to tho constitution. The
bill was heavily votood by tho governor,
but tho motion thnt it bo tho law, not
withstanding, recoived tho constitu
tional number of votoB in botli tiousos.
And now the populikt papers aro giving
tho lawmakers und the law heavy doseo
of cold, rhetorical poison. Tho probablo
cost of printing theso amondmontB will
be Kll,0.ri0, und but far tho law all that
good money would bo in etoro for pup
nowspapers, instoad of to thoso having
ti general circulation in tho several
counties of tho stato. Tho brutality of
tho brutal majority is pronounced in
this Instance, nml though in no fikio ii
robbery of tho tnxpajrni It is tough on
tho pops, lloronftor thoy nuibt pay less
(ittent.un to tho election of governor!
nnd iriifs their re to tiiMuiotliOHU
ivtary of st ito. T. ' can ihi v sr v by
ti t , i ii ,e i I v ( iin ' f ' M i '. li i to
i ( ri '! i" - ' " -S't.to
Neb., Friday, May 3,
ltcv. Gross left Tuesday morning for
O Wliolan of lloscland wns in this
city last Friday.
II. McCiuro was doing business in
J. E. Yost is having tho interior of
his meat market painted.
The Lank of Hladen in again in the
hands of F. V. McLitughlin.
Ed Ovcring and Frank McLaugh
lin spent Sunday at the county scit.
For tho pat few days it has been
trjing hard to rain, with but little
Some of tho boys who play ball
made a holo in one of tho drugstore
The young follkt nniniuscd them-
selves hanging May baskets Wednes
W. M. Urannis put up n new wind
mill for A. P. Johnson on his farm
south of town.
Mrs. Orchard and her sister of Kd
gar nre spending n few days with her
parenrs, A. Cauffinau and wife.
The Aid committee of Harmony
met Tuesday nt Iiyran Bros, storo and
distributed their porton of tho state
appropriation of $200,0(10. Tho lower
end of town wus quite lively with ap
plicants but everything passed of
S. F. Kent of Lincoln, grand lec
turer of tho A. O. V. , was in tho
city Thursday looking after tho inter
est of tho lodge. Whilo here ho
stated that not n lodgo or even a tnctn
bir had been sii"piuided during these
trying limes. The i fforis, in this re
spect, of Grand Master Tuit are
orowned with success.
Unnk Kxaininer Ulinc was in the
oity Tuesday finding nil tho papcm in
connection with tho bank satisfactory
gate tho cashier pomo good pointers
and p'lthim in position. Tho patrons
are all glad to know it lias been kept
out of the hands of n receiver and
that thoy will have tho pleasure of
transacting their business with F. V.
McLaughlin, who has many friends in
S. II. Clifford, New Caanol, Wis., was
troubled withNeurnlgin nad Rheumatism
bin stomach was disordorotl, his liver wns
nfTooted to nn nlnrming degroe, nppulitu
fell nway and he wns terribly reduced in
flesh nnd strenfth. Throobottlos of Eloo
trio Ulttor cured him.
Edward Shepherd, llnrrisburg, III., hnd
n rutining oro on his leg of eight yenrs'
standing. Used three bottles of Kleotric
Hitters and seven boxes of Huckli n'ri Ar
nica Snlye, nnd his leg is sound nnd well.
John Speaker, Cntwnlin, 0 had live Inrgo
fever sores on his leg, dontoiB said he was
ineurnblu, One bottle Kleotrla Hitters
nnd ono box Hncklin's Arnica Snlvocnred
him entirely. Sold by C. L. Cotting
Corn is up nnd is being cultivatsd
it looks woll sinco tho rain.
Chns. und Roy Ilogato of l'rairio
Gem wnro guests of ilohn Earner last
T. Euicrton is coining back from
Tcxis to tho land of milk and honoy.
For his health of course.
The exhibition at district 49 last
week wns well attended. Tho aid car
was Into so that the crowd had to wait
in tho dark until tho oil could bo ob
tained. The oliiof attraction of tho
ovening was a free lunoh nnd n wheel
barrow race, August Fodderahook car
ried oil tho prize.
Ed Mohlor is tho happy papa of n
baby boy. .Iimmv,
IltifUlcn's AinU'ii Knlvu.
Tho Ix-Ht salvo in the world for cuts,
hnilRos. Hores. Ulcer. Snlt rhoiim, fover
njres, letter ctiniMxi iih.uis, cm. uihwh,
- c i m. ni" ...-..,., uj, ....-, ...... i'-"' I
tu lyrnre I ' . l"y reqi'T tl. It
, ( r . it-'r.e' on
, r , i . '? nor
Highest of all in Leavening Power, Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Sylvaitcr Frisbin spent Sunday at
Miss MoUartnoy is staging with
MrH. J. W. Saladon at Present.
Ed Uox and wifoof Ropuhlican City
wero guests of his father C. 0. Cox
Mrs. G. W. linker nnd dnughUr
Susie arc slowly recovering.
Tilley Hasscr spent Sundiy at Am
boy. J to Salndcn and family spont Sun
day with his brother Dot.
G. V. Bnker and J. W. Salndon
each had a colt cut In tho wire.
C. H. Fnsbie and wife Spent Sun
day in Guido Hock.
Grandma Young mother of Mrs.
Will McKinncy left last week for
IJenver City to keep house for her son.
Mrs. Frase nnd daughter aro visit
ing in lied Cloud this week.
Miss Lorn Mollride called nt F. M.
Will Hams is the happy papa of a
Mrs. J W. S linden is slowly re
covering. Mrs. Annie Scott oT lied Cloud is
waiting on Mr. H.iker's sick people
A BIcunIioIiI Treasure.
D W. Taller, of Cunnjohnrir, N. V.,
snjs Hint lie nlwnjs Keeps Dr. King's
New Discovery in the house am) his fam
ily hns nlwnj found tho very best results
follow its iihc; that hu woulrl not bo with
out it if procurable. (1. A. Dyliemnn
Druggist, Cntskill, N. V,, sa)s Hint Dr.
King's N'pvr Disoovery Is undoubtedly
the liest cough remedy; tliat he hns used
it in his family for eight years nnd it hns
never fulled to do ell that is rlaimed for
it. Why nut try n remedy so long tried
nml tested. 'I' rial bnttlts free nt V. L.
Ono can hoar com planters in every
Mr. Hales and wifo from Washing
ton, Kansas are visiting Mr. Isaac
George this wtck.
Mrs. Henry Sicwcrt from Pilot
Mound, Iowa, is visiting her parents.
Everybody is enjoying asparagus
and pio plant pio,
John Fagan bought a team from
Jurd Caster Inst week.
Mr. Wallace Clino and Miss Emma
Tolaud attended teacher's examination
in Mankato last Saturday.
If King Solomon was nlive he would
say: "CJo to tho I raveling ninn, learn hi J
wiijs ittid bo wific." Mr. C. 'V. Ilntlell, n
Cincinnati traveling man representing
thn (Jneen City Printing Ink Co,, nfter
Mulloring niteiiBcly for two or three dnys
with lameness of tho eboiililer, resulting
from rheumatism, completely cured it
with two applications of Chnmberlain's
l'nin Hlmn. This remedy ia gaining n
wide reputation for its prompt oures of
rheumatism, lnme bnck, sprninB, swelling
ano lameness. CO cent bottles for snleby
Deyo it Oriee druggists.
Knnou Clin r: It hns bon reparUri
thnt my hUl was closed. Ab such is
not true 1 wIbIi to inform my customers
through ur columns that I am hero to
utay. Neither do I have to borraw
money to run it. I think ito,uit likely
the Hunks houf will bo running forsov-
, erni nrs yor
pioj ritrHiiii.- Hw Itivarlon. Neb.
Dr. Pile's Crcatu tJ.Jtin Powder
Voi. 23 No 18
Roal Estate Transfers.
Transfers for week ending April .'10,
18i),'i, ns furnished by J. II. lUilcy
J W Ittinclirr uliorlll to (1pi DiiliSoll lots
lo-iMMalii i-i-ii fin.'.tuo
.1 W Ituiicliey lierlll lnMlmiii (.olson n
il lntH I0.tl.l2 llfk II l!el Clmiil .. ",U 00
J V Uiinelinr tlierllT to Jno.lelTrlrit mitl
Minn s il .B-MJ IUe0 00
J M MiiihIi nml wf tit Allen IVrrtiinlilo w
il lntH 17 ami IS lilk B VmieeA txlltlnli In
lllililn HiH-k IWOO
Miirllll Itenleii to TIikh Itenlia w il h ',
nanil ii o U 7-'M2nVi 2W00
0. AI.Hmlth unit Mf to S-ithIi II Smith w
il IU 1-2-3 lilk (1 (lurli.r'H mlilllloii lo
IIimI I'liiinl (W)C0
l.'taslns I'. IjuI.I et al to Unlit I' .Moure w
iln Use k niiHwV, H.t-1-IJ I.T.OIO
Hi. lit 1' Mi mm to l'niHtus V. l.iiilil nml
wf nine ... "foo ft)
CIiuk V I'lni Im 'mill wifn In I'iiIIit nml
I'lnn nre l'Mrt'iine nml wf lo I V Tut-
!)' w il lot 1 nml n ', Im 2 lilk 8 a-
llilre'Hiiilit In lliil (.'Imiil
(li'o.) CiiKlebart nml wf to Jus I'l'luwin
wil lut I lillc'-T IliiK'lonil
I jUmhiI K IHi;IiIiiiiiI anil wf to .1. h IVter
hiii wit IiiIhI In II lilk I IlimilaiiiU
nml Welch's rt'lil In lliil Cloiiil
A lady nt Tooleys Ln., wiis hiok with
lulioiis eollfi when M. C. Tii-lor, n promi
nent merchant of the town gave hi r n
liot'lo of ClinmborlalnV Colie, Cholera
mid Diarrhoea Hemeily. lie snjs hhe
win will in forty minutes nftor taking
tlit. Ilrht ilone. For sale b) Dnjo .t, Qrico
Mr. Ijiin has nut in a nicy field of
alfalfa, und given his farm u .'iieral
Mrs. II. Holdredgo mid d.iughter
coutemplnto making a three weeks'
viit in IvnnHH.
U. G. Knighf puli in most bis
time lonkin fur wild flower'', prefor
rahly the 'Jiisy."
Mr. Walker (h fencing another
(juarier for pasture.
Mr. llai t well began making cheeso
Monday; ho will not mike butler this
Fruit bloom gone the Inst of April,
Juno roses budded in May and tho
prairio looking liko a green lawn. $
Our good old stato will redeem hor
solf yet, for Tamers aro plucky and
ncvor say die.
Inayalo school closes its most suc
cessful term of school tho 17th.
foi whooping cough Chnmburlnin's
Cough Ilimedy is excellent. I)y using it
freely tho disonso is deprived of nil dan.
gerous coiiBequoiices, Thero U uo dan
ger in giving the remedy to babies, in it
contains nothing injurious, '-'f. mid 50
cent bottlos for sale by Doyo & Orice.
Ada Carpanter is visiting on Wil
low creek this week.
John Sanderson and May Hon wcro
united in mairiago April 22 by llcv.
Mrs. lion limner hns a brother vis
iting her from Madison county.
Thn unny frionds of Mis Edna
Etlson will bo ploased to learn sho is
well pleased with her ucw homo in
A beautiful and valuable lain last
lluoklnghnm's Dyo for tho whlakera
does its work thouroughly, coloring n uni
form brown or blnok, which, when dry,
will nelthor rub, wash oir, nor soil linun
Tlioiouru 1 1,10.1 women coinmorola.
trnvulers in the United Stutta.
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