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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1895)
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Dtop down in tliu heart of man
Cultnly rests a memory dear,
A gem plucked from golden van
An nvorltisting pearl of cheer,
A diaiuonil in completeness
A ruby sparkling bright and fair,
A thought uh full of sweetness
Ah o're wns waft on perfumed air
. To glorified angola above,
It might belong,
It cherished by the precious lovo
Of mothor's song.
Words sweet uh the coo of dovo
Or tlio dew kissed morning rose,
Garnered from tho fields of lovo
Or vnlo whom tlio lilly blows,
I'unsicB in bright confusion
DufTodils laughing and gay
Malco brightor by intrusion.
Tho Bong of our childhood's duy,
In our oars tlio din io ringing
Of ourth's gay throng,
Hut our hoiirts aro swcotly singing
Our mother's song.
Wo nro daily growing older
And our locks urn turning gray,
Hut our hearts am all the bolder
As we near tho judgment duy,
Childhood's golden hours lire past
In tho future we may see
Golden harvest bloom al lust
On tlio shores of otornity,
Whilo living, it in our desire
'Twill not bo long
'Till we may hear tho angel choir
Sing mother's song.
While at I'uekskill, N. Y., Mr. J. A.
Soriven, a prominent manufacturer ol
Ntw York City, purchased u bottle of
Chnmbeilnin's Cough Remedy. Such
good results were obtained from its me
thnt ho sent back to the draggiet from
hora he hnd obtained it for two more
bottles of the sumo romedy. When yon
Have a coogh or ocid give this propura
ion a trial and like Mr. Borivcn yon will
want It wkn ngiu In need of sneh a
msdiolne. It is u remedy of great worth
nnd merit. Ufi nnd 50 eunt bottles for
Bide by Wsjo A (!rlee.
IlprenfUr YVilliem UlcliRrduon uilj
foul "H tutMB nt the ial of 10 cents tt
hay. J'i rn et of KolhiwW euto.
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CHICAGO CLOTHING COMPANY
-!l. Formerly Sold from
These suits are elegaDt patterns, nice
fitting but only one or two of, a line.
We will sell you Straw Hats for 25c, sold at 75c, $1 and $1.25,
Summer Underwear of Every Description.
A. Galusha, Mgr.
Oloy llcrgoitau got a ecvcro kick
by a horso Tuesday.
J. C. lirooks hatt purchased a new
Wm. Crabill and wifo were callers
at O. K. llamey Sunday.
There waa a man in our community
that planted corn last Sunday.
G. F. Kelly and family from near
Rivorton wero guests of J. B. Wise
Mr. Johnson and family of Kearney
wero in our neighborhood fore part of
Ono of tho Smith Bros, of Bcatrico
was in our neighborhood on business
tho first of tho week.
There was an ico cream party at
Oly Nelson's Wednesday evening, all
report a good time.
Mrs. S. E. Kelly of Topoka. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mm. Bean who has
been horo visiting returned to her
homo Wednesday of last wook.
Everybody is plowing corn,
Oats will make a full crop and
whoiit a half a crop.
A sister of D. W. aid A. II. Cars
well and Mrs. F. G. Johnson of Illi
nois are visiting them at present.
Mrs. Woodward of California who
was called by telegram to tho bed
side of her eon Wm. Bump has arrived.
A number of relatives of the Green
algh family and a friend of Miss
Annie's oarao overland from rilisworth
eounty, Kan , and made thejii several
Children's day was obncrvod at
Ecklcy lust Sunday with appropriate
cx-rcir.is, The house wft handsome-
Kkd Cloud, Wehstkr County,
For a FEW DAYS
ly decorated and filled to its utmost.
Those from a distance were Grandpa
Norrls of Willow orcck, Ncls Stoncr
and family, Wm. Shots and wifo and
Mrs. Nina Shots of Mt. Clare, Mrs.
Kinny, Mr. Scott and Miss Graco Teal,
of Cowlc-, J. E. Graves and family of
lloHomont, Nettie Orr and a lady
friond from Bluo Hill. Simpson.
Wo offer one houdred dollars reward
for any oaeo of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Unit's catarrh cure.
V. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned have known l". J.
Chenoy for the Inn tifteon years and bo-
lievo him perfectly honorable in all buni
noflfl trnnsutionfl and tlnaueially nblo to
carry out vuy obligations mnde by their
West fc Truan, Wholesale Druggists, To
ledo, O. Waldiug, Finnan &. Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Caro is taken internally
acting directly upon tho blood and mu
cous surfneun of tho system. Testimon
ials sent froo. Price 7o, per bottles.
Hold by all druggists.
Mrs. Mead ot Crete is visiting her
sister Mrs. I. Frisbie.
Fred Frase and son were callers this
Harvy Cox has returned to Orleais.
Miss Bessio Cookrall has oemc homo
for a few days.
Tho young people had choir prnotieo
batntday at tho sohoelhouse,
Mr. S. L Ogien and wife of What
Cheer, Jowa ace visiting their rela-,
tives at thid place for a few days af
ter which they will visit the mountains
and vrious pafts of the west.
Dr. Price's Cream Bakrnjr Powder
A liir4i drape Cresui oi Tartar Powder.
No., Friday, Junk 14.
will place on sale
Bladen has a ghont.
Crops ure looking fino.
Fine growing weather.
Aro we going to cclobrate?
L. B. Thoruo has finished planting
J. E. Yost drives a pony team of
Henry MoKclvoy will finish listing
corn next wcok.
II. M. McCluro took a trip to Hast
0. A. Easterly marketed somo hogs
at Bluo Hill Friday.
What is going to bo done about
celebrating tho Fourth.
Mrs. S. S. Wells of Hartwcll is with
friends in this vioimty.
Mrs, Horn and Mrs, l'rashby drove
over to Bluo Hill Friday.
V. S. Hall attended to somo busi
ness at Lawionco last Friday.
A gamo of base ball between Cowlcs
and Bladen nine is expected to bo
Mrs. Frank Sponco and children of
Ilusken woro tho guests of L. E.
Bev. Davis end Henry Boyd tran
sacted business at the county scat tho
fore part of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Wheeler and C.
E. Hioks drovo across tho eountry to
Hastings ono Jay last week,
J. li. Horn drovo to tho eounty
seat Wednesday to appear beforo tho
examining besrd of pensions.
Postmaster Hera is having his
porch and the front of his house
teuvhed up with u fronh coat of paint.
Henry lVheclira eamo with teams
from Rose I mid tko foro park of tlio
week and loaded up hi house hauling
it tn thut thriving oity where ho is
engaged in tho hlacknuhhinj; bwinu
At a meeting of tho burd of super
visors of Wobstor county, N'ob, hold in
lied Cloud, commencing Juno 11, 1895,
sitting us u board of equalization, tho
following membors woro presont: A. II.
Hollman, chm., Watt, Kindschor, Spra
cher, Scbultz, Ilurd. Hummel, Crabill,
McCall, Hroomlield, LowIb, Boat.
Motion to udjourn to moot nt 1 p. in.
June 11, 1 p. m., board mot pursuant
to udjournmont, A. II. lloffafnn chm.
All membora presont excopt Hill and
Chairman appointed tho following
oommittoos on equalization:
Committee on Heal Estato McCall,
Bost, Lewis, Sprachor.
Villages and Cities--Kort, Richardson,
Personal in County Kindschor, Cox,
Low in, Schultz.
Personal Cities and Villages Watt,
Crabill, Hurd, Hill.
Whoroupon tho cotnmitteo procooded
to oxnmino and review tho ussessmont
books and blanks,
Movod und carried that board adjourn
to meot tomorrow at 0 a. in.
June 12, 0 n. ra., board mot, Hoffman
chairman, 15 mombors present,
Now comon J. S, Gilham, in behalf ot
the city of Hod Cloud, und roproeonts to
tho board that C. F. Cuthor, tho mombor
of the board, is absent from tho city and
loaving the city without representation,
and oaks tho board to allow tho city to
havo some one from tho city to roprosent
thorn on the board.
Highest of all in Leavening Power, Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Vol. 23 No 24
Motion made by Hummel and socond
od thnt city bo entitled to representa
tion in tho interest ot tho city ot Rod
Cloud during the mooting ot the board,
Now comes R. B. Fulton nnd preoontQ
To tho Honorablo Board ot Suporvis
I, W. F. West, city clork, horoby corti
fy that at tho mooting of 'Juno 4, of tho
city board ot equalization, tho following
record uppourB: "Mayor appointed Aid.
Fulton to roprosont city of Rod Cloud
on tho board ot equalization ot Webster
oounty, to meet on 11th dny ot Juno,
1805." W. F. West, City Clork.
Moved und enrriod that the county at
torney bo cullod in to give his opinion
regurding tho admitting of Fulton as a
ropresontativo of city on board of equal
ization. County Attornoy MoNeny rondorod
opinion thut board had no uuthority to
grant Fulton's potition. Hoard thon ad
journed to 1 p. m.
Roaesomblod nt 1 p. m.. Hodman in
chair, 10 membors presont.
After considerable discussion the
board decided thnt Fulton could sit on
tho board by tiling his bond nml preeent
ing his cortitlcato ot uppolntment. Ayoa
nnd nuye being culled for, tho voto stood:
Ayes Sprachor, Laird, Kort, Ilum
mol, Crubill, Broomlleld, Bost, Hoffman
Nays-Watt, Schultz, Hurd, Hill, Cox,
McCall, Lewis 7.
Bord proceeded to oxamino assessors
books and blanks.
Board ndjournod, to moot Thursday
morning at 9 o'clock.
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