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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1895)
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W Mute :reck.
Cultivating is the order of the Jay.
Some of the farmers have plowed
pfthuir small grain.
Oats look well although a liti.e
iDccoration day will be observed at
0k Hope. Hun. W. A. McKeghan
tad llt'V. Kin ell arc the speakers.
JiMrs Chas. Rarrctt is quite sick at
ber father's V. II. Sorivuor's and is
nder the care of Dr. Morativille.
I A few of our near neighbors have
been talking Oklahoma.
Wo are needing rain very
Florence Sawyer spent Sunday
fiilvfi'iur l'risbie clot-ed a nine
p.') school hero last Fridny. lie
(as v ell liked iih a teacher.
Mr. Ciller left on a visit to
lothcr in St. liOiii-. last Sunday.
Cora Olmstcad was visiting
rry,eousin in utvcilmi the lore part
Sadie lloldredgu and family arc
bltisitinj: with lur siaiet in Silver
There w.n a wedding nl Mr, Davis
vo miles west ol town, their daugh
ter hdiih and Mr. Clianuy .Miller wore
made luan and wife there boiuu only
few near relatives present. We
wnlali thrill iniiiiy h app teturns of the
. 31ri Kenyon and son Hobert from
fkSeattlc, Washiuglon, are visiting Low
Alta Smclscr was visiting Maud
Knight over Sunday.
i Walter Garner went to Cowlcs on a
Mr. Vance lost a team of horses
;tbat he wus working this week. Ono
fdicd Monday noon and the other Tucs
day noon, they think they were
Mablo Eddy is visiting with Lulu
Barber this week.
The W. C. T. IT. Ladies wont to
Red Cloud last Tuesday to visit the
lied Cloud society.
Mr. Htlnker left for Iowa Tuesday
About forty young people from Red
Cloud, Kivcrton and Iuavalc gathered
at Mr. Olnistcad's Friday night and
had a social hop. They all report a
Howaid Reynold eotnmcnocd work
in the cheese factory last Monday.
They get about -1,500 lbs of milk now.
i i i ii
It Kin( Solomon was alive he would
h tay: "Go to the traveling man, lonrn his
wayB and bo wise." Mr. C. M Uattell, n
Cinoinnnti traveling man representing
the Qneen City l'rinting Ink Co., after
Bnffrving iuteiiRuly for two or three days
ithc lameness of the BhouUlor, resulting
from rheumatism, completely cured it
with two applications of Chatnberlaina'
Fain Bulla. This remedy to gaining a
wide reputation for Uh prompt cures of
rhenmatiHin, Inmo back, sprniiiR, Hwelllng
nmU)anif!iU'H3. CO ouut bottles forsolo by
Deyo & Qrlcu druggitB.
Dr. Price's Cream Unking Powder
World's Fair Highest Mcdaland Diploma.
C. Wilson of Yuma Colorado has
been appointed Agent at this place.
Ho is a simple man girls and lins never
Fred was cut herding "Dears" Sun
John Real and Albert Boner atten
ded ramp meeting in the grove Mon
Messrs. Fuller and Paul and Misses
I'otter and Day attended llov. Mcln
tyre's lecture at Red Cloud Wednes
Martin Aluminum Good is visiting
with inciids and relatives in Bladen
W. A. Davis our ex agent returned
this week after his horses which were
found at Thomas Prathcrs last Satur
day l'apa and his little daughter were
down to Red Cloud Wednesday eve.
to the lecture '"Fun on the farm".
Mr. K. Blackwood Storey and lad)
were over to Kckley church Suudaj
Titu Millinery Social given by the
C. K. Society was a very pleasant
affair. Kdwurd Vesuvius Paul proved
hitiHulf to be the most accomplished
hat-trimer and was awarded a hand
some neck-tie case. Kd Savage se
emed the booby prize. Henry Gymno
spermous Ktnnir prescnttd the prizes
in a very pleasing mnnncr.
Major Brown threatens to arrest
some of the people, H they don't quit
driving the town-herd between Unele
Tods and Bests.
John Backcnridge Blaine had his
hand smashed quite Beverly by his
horse pulling back while leading it be
hind his buggy.
Wellington Jones Puyden sports a
new straw hat of the latest stylo.
Chiuk Graves wai visiting with his
wife's folks Sundny.
Blackfoot, Bigmoccasin, young-man
afraid-of-his-Girl, Gray Wlf, Pain-in-thc-face,
and several other noted chiefs
of Willow Creek Reservation, Came
to town Saturday end after filling up
on Pop and Peanuts, started for home
frightening many women and children
by their hideous war-whoops.
Cicero L. Fuller has recently pur
chased a '95 model Rambler built for
Harrison Wallor the talented musi
cian has bean secured as bugler for
tho stato militia Wm. Kvergrcon Dca
con takes his placo as leader of our
band, Ho will bo missed very muoh
in society as ho was ono of tho fou r
hundred. Roy. Coohrano of Red Cloud
preached at the Congregational Church
F. O. Slater assisted by Attorney
Hopkins havo just finished shoar ing
some 1700 Shrapihfro Shoep, ho gets
tho highest market price shipping it
to New York City.
On account of tho rushing business
Geo. Washington Hagar has recently
taken into partnership Jacksonian K.
Wallor, who has just returned from
Cobvillo Mo. whero ho was engaged in
tho horse-shoeing businois. Any ono
having work to bo dono in this lino
will do well by calling upon these
Congressman W. K. Andrews is to
speak at tho school picinic to bo held
in tlio grovo south of town Friday.
II. W. Fowler and wifo woro in Red
Claud last Saturday.
A, L. Hayes spent Sunday at homo,
Morgan Htugonot Davis was in
town Saturday nono of us girls hard
ly knew him, as tho recent hot winds
had singed his cxtonsivo beard out of
If it doesn't rain pretty soon tho
hot winds will dry up.
Red Cloud, Webster County,
Mart Anderson Good had an unfor
tunate thing happon to his whcol last
Charley Adamson and Fred Hurd
attended the lecture at Red Cloud last
R, D. Paul is under the weather at
Rev. M. M. Nelson gavo a sermon
in the grove cast of Garden vale Sun
day and Mondi.y cvcnitius a small
audience was present and everyone
Blackwood was out Sunday evening.
Karl Paul traded his bicycle for a
line horse and buggy.
Uncle Lew and Aunt Ktta were out
M. Nelson is thinking of selling
his estate in Gnrdcuvalc and going to
Iowa where his father lives.
Tiiiikk Li p.n.
Pulmonary votiHtimptloii, in its early
stages, may bo checked by tlui use of
AyerV Cherry Pectoral. It stops thu dis
trcKHing cough, soothes irritation of thu
throat mid liingi", ami induccx much-needed
repoHu, Hundred have testified to thu
remarkable, virtue of this preparation.
Rain, rain, is the ory.
V. S Hall visited the county scat
Henry Ludlow took a run over to
Mii-s Mablo Wiicht of Cowlcs is
visiting friends in this city.
A party of young folks l"ft Monday
for Denver on a fishing trip.
Dr. Fiilkcrson and wife of Blue
Hill was in this city Sunday.
Mr. Harding and wife spent Tues
day visiting at the homo of G. M. Dor
ity. W. II . Hoffman drove across the
country to Red Cloud ono day last
Mr. and Mrs. Grandstaff were at
tending to some business at Blue Hill
Grandpa Cobb would liko to move
to Missouri if ho could disposo of his
C. K. Hicks was looking after some
business at Bluo Hill the latter part
of tho week.
Hiuks has stoppod his men working
on tho Tooley farm and is going to
wait for rain.
F. W. McLaughlin was transacting
business at tho county scat tho foro
part of this week.
Mr. Wheeler was in Bluo Hill Fri
day looking at some property ho
thinks of buying.
John Stabnow and Mr. Barker of
Bluo Hill wcro in this vioinity trying
to buy some hogs Monday.
P, Sailor talked about having some
ono arretted Monday for taking ono
of his boys to task but it was more
wind than law.
It is a fortunate day for a man whon ho
first dificovers tho value of Ayer's Barsa
parilla ns n blood purifier. With this
medicine, ho knows he has found a remedy
upon which he may rely, and thnt his life
long malady is at last conquered. Has
cared othors, will euro you.
Reduced ItutCM lo Hot SprlngM,
Are ofTored by tho Burlington Route,
May 'J4, Juno 7 and 19, July 3 and 10
August 2 and 23. Ono furo for tho
round trip. Tickets good for 30 daye.
In addition low round trip ratos to Hot
Spring aro in effect tho year round,
For information about ratos nnd trains,
via tho Burlington Routo, to Hot
Springs, apply to tho local agont. For
illustratod folder, doscriptivo of this
famous resort, writo to J. Francis, O, P.
& T, A., Omuhn, Nob,
Knrl'n Clovflr Hoot will purify yonr
blood clear your complexion, rcgulaU
yonr bowels and make your skin lear ta
a bell. '..'!o.,C0o.,andft.00 Hold by CL Cot-ting.
Neh., Friday, May 24,
Will Haunn and wifo wcro visiting
at J. W. Smith's Sunday.
Mary Farquhar is homo for the sum
Nsttio Orr expects to go to Bluo
Hill soon to sew with Mrs. Logan.
Mrs. Blouche's school will close this
week with a picnic al Audenmi's
Mrs, Jcnniu Hull is visiting at Mr.
Orr's this week.
Quite a number from Cowlcs and
vicinity attonded the entertainment
at Kckley Sunday evening.
M. M. Million got knocked off thu
steps at school and injured his knee
so he had to dismiss school.
Chan. Moley got thrown from a horsn
Inst Saturday and nearly brnko his
Tho Kpworlh League at Kckley cel
ebrated thu sixth anniversary of that
order on Sunday evening.
llnllV Hair Kctiuuur contains tho nnturnl
food ami color-matter for tho hair, ami
medicinal herbs for tho scnlp, curing gray
ttesn, baldness, dandruff, and scalp sores.
Mr. Ilonton has taken advantages
of the dry spell to dig the bottom out
of his well.
Mrs. Pearl Alien was visiting has
parents on the ranch last Sunday.
John Fox planted his broom oorn
Mr. Smith is enlarging his pasture.
Miss Myrtle Smith is visiting her
sister in Garfield.
Mr. Points' people are suffering
from tho scarlet fever.
Mr. Reese has finished planting
Mr. Ivccvcr is yet working nt his
planting apparently not discouraged
by the dry weather.
Will Heaton had to replant thirty
acres of his corn on account of dry
weather and frost.
Purify the blood; strengthen tlio body,
Dr. J. II. McLean's Strengthening Cordial
and Ulood Purifier best spring tonic.
(Under this head wo Invito tlio ministry nf
thu city to cuntrlbnti) freely of Hiiy and all
chinch new sot Interest to their various organ
rittiuiu.) MK.rllODIHT OIIUIUJII.
Ono of our Epworthians left Thursday
morning for Albort Lon, Minnesota, to
bo gono all nuiiunor.
Mrs Mnxfleld, Both and Miriam, will
arrivo in Minneapolis Fridny morning
at 8 o'clock.
Sam Jones will delivor liiB grout lee
turo '-Get Thero und Stay Thoro" in tho
opora Iioubo Juno 10th.
Prof. J. L. McBrinn, president of tho
Orleans college wns a cullor ut tho par
Bonngo ono day this weok.
No prouohing ut tho M. E. church
Sundny morning as all will nttond mo
mortal sorvices ut tho oporu houso.
Lot overy Methodist bo in uttendanco
Subbath evening if possible. Tho pustor
bus something to Bay that will interest
Rout. Martin, unothor Epworthian is
L. P. Albright gavo an interesting nc
count of the league convention nt tho
Some now touchers will bo on duty at
Sunday school soon.
Tho Enworth Ilorald mows bettor and
hotter. Itoud ovory thing in it.
Don'l Tobueeo Spit or Smoke
Your Life Awuy."
Tho truthful, startling title of a book
about No-to-buc, tho only harmless, guar
untood tobucco-habit euro. If you want
to quit and can't, ubo "No-to-buc."
Braces up nicotinizod norveo, oliminatos
nicotine poisons, makes wouk men gaiu
strength, woight and vigor. Positive
euro or money rofundod. Sold by C. L.
Book at druggists, or mulled froo,
AddrosH Tho Sterling Romody Co.,
Chicago office, 10 Randolph St1, Now
York, 10 Spruco St.
Highest of all in Leavening rower, Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Ono morn week of tiehool.
, AlgoliniBMiuiinntion Thursday.
Mins Chrinty WVidniun wiih umung un
Tho Literaturo class finished thuir ex
KHiniimtiqi in Trlguninetry Thurs
day closed tlrmmly.
The fierninhjPB9 completed thoir ox
tiuiiiiution Tuesday. Ilultgay.
Miss Mulilo IMily of Innvnlo is visiting
friends of tho llfth room this week.
The well known featured of MIsh Corn
Ciiirber wiih won in our midst last Tuch
iltiy. MibH Mii)( I'.ipo tilled tho plnen of
Alvin I'opo in tho fourth room Thurn-
'JemhimeH Day. and Ludlow listened
to tho recitation in Geometry und
llotuny hint Wednesday nrternoon.
The Virgil class will read n short time
after hchool as thoy will use tho time di
luted in practicing for commonctiient.
Tuchdny Prof. Scott un applicant for
the Riiporintendoncy of our schools for
next ear inndo thu fifth room u visit.
Tho gills in tho Chemistry clnss lire
busied in making lovers ink this week.
They all preserved a bottle for future
Thu Literature class wrote obrujb on
Longfollo'w lust Friday, somo of tho pro
ductions manifested marked ability,
while others could stand the scanning
eyo of it critic
Evory day the seniors stir up inuny
motionless waves of other in their prac
ticing for tho final strugglo. Tho parts
of Bulututoriun und valedictorian have
been assigned on condition,
Mrs. C. B. Crono und Miss Emilia
Bradloy wero visiting tho different rooms
Tuesday. M!rs Hradloy formerly taught
in Superior and is an applicant for u
position hero in tho ensuing your,
Friday ovoningclosod tho examination
of the Caesar clans und tho next day
they began in Ciuoro. ThtH gives thorn
two weeks tho sturt of lust years class
nnd almost throo months bottor thut tho
clnss ono year before.
Lust Friday afternoon John Pottor
gave to tho pupils n lecture ontitlod Nat
ural Phonominn, which ho handled in u
way thut showed somo thought und
knowlodgo. It was not unmixed with
fun and liiB phantasmagorias of natural
vegotution could hardly bo realizod as
truo by Bomo of tho younger ones. His
talk loft u deep impression on ull prosont.
l'aro Hloh Wood la essential to good
health, because tho blood is the vital tlnid
which supplies nil tho oruans with life.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho great blood
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, harm
lens effuative, do not pain or gripe.
Lot all tho mombors from tho Rod
Cloud Alumni association and all tho
graduates of tho Rod Cloud high school
who do not bolong to tho association
mcot ut tho suporintondonts ofllco m the
high school building Tuooday evening
at 8 o'clock sharp.
John Tulletb, Prosldont.
To tiii puiimgvI havo purchased tho
Bon Ton bakory and proposo to d busl-
nosa, I invito tho poople of Red Cloud
nnd vicinity to call on mo when wanting
Ico cream, confoctionory, cannod goods,
tobaccos, cigars lunches, meats, drinks
of all kinds, fruits, otc. Remombor I
will soil you 40 loavoB of tho best broad
over mado in this city for 91. I do not
do this to cut the price but to koop in
lino with the hard times. Givo mo n
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lean. .uuui. an uuuiiuiibivij, . .-.
I BKNbK, tho Bon Ton Bakor.
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Oil Kuiinmly wiih in Rod Cloud, closo
of hint week. McCook Tribune.
Mr. mid Mrn A. II. Wnlkor woro in
Red Cloud Sunday . tluldo Rock Signal
,1. W. Kunchoy, Hherlll, wnn in town
Monday from Red Cloud.llluo Hill
Oscar Yurgor was up from Rod Cloud,
Tuesday evening, on ii brief visit to divi
sion hi'iidquni tors. McCook Tribune.
Rev. E. Holland held circuit meeting
ut Cnwloii, and attended the lecture of
Dr Robert Mel ntiro ut Red Cloud this
week. Law reiu'ii Locomotive.
Red Cloud m on tho swell. They aro
to have a cuke walk up there on tlio
night of the llitli, for tho benefit of tho
Congregational church. Superior Jour
nal. Red Cloud will try to jag along with
out a saloon for thirty du)P, or until the
saloons can force the council to com pro
mihoon tho liconso fee, Adams County
Tho Bluo Hill Creamery paid out
92,210 for cream and labor on Mny 10
1805, which largo amount shows prosper
ity, und speaks wull for Bluo Hill and
her enterprising Creamery. Theso puy
montH uro made twice every month.
Bluo Hill Leader.
At Red Cloud last week the question
of granting u liconso was laid over until
the next regular meeting of tho city
council, which will not occur for a month.
Tho tiulion was takon ut tho request of
the liquor pollers ami Red Cloud will bo
withoiitsulooiiB for u month. Our neigh
bors will doubtless think it u long timo
between drinks. (luido Rock Signal.
l'prstm who m j-H'kii with th affllat
d will rcjoic with I). K. Our or l'-'Sr,
HarrUon ntr,t, KntioaH Oily. IU in an
Id nufftrar from iiillammntory rhoumu
im, but lins not lierotoforo been trouhl
cd in this climate. Last winter he went
up to WIhcohhIii, and in cotiHeqiionaa has
had another attack, "it came upon me
again very acute nnd severe," ho said.
"My joiutH swolled nnd became inflamed;
sore to tonch or nlmoet to look lit. Upon
(the urgent request of my mother-in-law
I tried Ohnmborlatn's Pain Balm lo ro
duco the swelling nnd eaeo tho pain, and
to my agreeable surprise it did both. I
have used three Ufty cunt bottles and be.
lievo it to bo tho ttnest thing for rheuma
tism, pains nnd swelllvga extant. For
sule by Deyo & Grioe,
Corn . . .
Hogs 3 20 1 00
i t f
Stoek hoes 2 DO&3 00
Fat cows 3 GO
Chickens lb 4
Turkeys lb O
Bailed Hay por tonlO
From earlv child
hood until I was
grown my family J
socnt a fortune'
1 Irvine to cure me of this disease. 1 '
I visited Hot Snrines. and was treated
by tne Dest meaicai men, dui was not i
'benefited. LTDAM When all
I things had
determined to trv S. S. S.. and in I
' four months was entirely cured. The j
f terrible Eczema was gone, not a sign
of it left; my general health built up,
and I have never had any return of ,
the disease, fill II nUfinil
I have since nn 1 1 linillini
'recommended Jimum ,
, S. S. S. to a number of friends for ikln dls-'
' eatet. anj have never yet known a failure to
cure. GtO. W. IRWIN, Irwin, Ha.
I Narer full! to cure.
I even otter alt oilier I
I remedies havo. Our ,
TreatUii on llloou nml :
' Skin Ulteueva uiallvd I
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
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