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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1895)
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Sid Cox nnd wifu called at G W.
Mr. Scott of Cowlcs attended churoh
Sunday at this place
Somo pcoplo of Red Cloud had a
picnic at Amboy last Thursday.
Miss Ida Baker spont a few days
last week over tho river.
Mrs. J. W. Saladea is ablo to be
Miss Gcrtio Brown spent Sunday in
G. M. Warner and family were visit
ing in Amboy Sunday.
Mrs. I. Frisbio is not muoh better,
Mrs. Ball of Red Cloud was visiting
at C. C. Cox's Sunday.
Georgo Reed of Red Cloud is stop
ping in this vicinity.
Chanoy Baker was calling in this
vicinity last weok.
Hall's Ftnlr Iieuewor cares dandruff and
aealp offeotlonsj also all cases of baldness
whero the glunds which feed tho root of
the hair are not closed up.
Bina Blaino is staying with her
Grandma Richardson at prosont.
Nollio Fowler of Cowlcs spent Sun
day with Hattio Mottor,
MisB Hutzo of Indianola visited with
hcrfriond Mary Farquhar a few days.
Dick Smith and family atteidcd
Highest of all in Leaveoiag Power, Latest U. S. Gov't Report
CHICAGO CLOTHING COMPANY
For a PEW DAYS will place on sale
Q tiJ.- Formerly Sold from rf 1 A r, T Q"
OUIIS iuiuuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiii 1 lU 3cvJ
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.
church at Koklov Inst Sunday
took dinner at J. R. Crozior's
Mr. Reeves and daughter of Texra
aro visiting at Mr. Thompson.
Pcnington Nowton of Trenton,
Hitchcock county, has arrived to tako
homo the cattle that were wintcrod
At tho annual sohool mooting in
district 56 J. W. Smith was re-elected
tronsurer, J. R. Crozicr resigned as
moderator and H. W. Hubbard was
eleoted in his place.
Geo. Barn's buggy met with another
Bmash up, the horso becoming fright
oncd reared up and foil back on tho
shafts breaking tho cross piece. The
occupants escaped unhurt.
After the crip, diptheria, pneumonia,
scnrlet fever, typhoid fever, etc, Hood's
Sarsaparilla is of wondorful bonettt in
imparting the strength and vigor so muoh
Hood's pills for tho liver and bowels,
act easily yet promptly and effectively.
Grass looks extra woll.
Somo oats will bo ripo enough to
out next week.
Corn looks wells,
Abo Mallony has moved onto H.
McsdamoB WilliamB and Csopcr
Red Cloud. Webster County,
who havo been on tho siok list aro
Mrs. Jas. Gillens was called to tho
bedside of hor sink mother in Iowa,
Mrs, S. Potter improving slowly.
Jas. Stono and wifo started last
Monday for Kansas City on a visit to
Great preparations aro being made
for tho 4th of July celebration at
Not many business houses in these
United States can boast of fifty years'
standing. The business of Dr, J.C, Ayer
fe Co., Lowell, Mass,, whoso incomparable
Barsaparilla is known nnd nsed every
where, has paused its half-oentennial and
was nover so vigorous as at present,
Chas. Konncdy has taken another
Friends from Doniphan aro visiting
J. E. Yost sold soaae fat hsgs ia
Blno Hill Tuesday.
John Fassler rode tho A. O. U. W.
goat Monday evening.
More baptising Sunday at Grablc'a
ford by Rov. Hummel.
You aro not up to dato unlois you
havo tho whooping tough.
J. L. Grandstaff was eleoted school
director at tho meeting Monday.
vt. l'uiicorsoa or suae mil came
over to tee tho ball gamo Thursday.
Miss Lona Monroo aid Rov. Shat
tuok were Blue Hill visitors Monday.
II. M. MiClurc is en tho rtad sill
ing Harvesters for ths Plans cempany.
Coin's Financial Bcoool js absorbing
the minds of the pooplo U tkii vicin
ity. Master Clyde Speer f Edgar is
spending a few day with Clyds Wal-Ian,
Neil, Friday, June 28.
Henry Widdershcon's horse died in
tswa last Saturday, supposed to ba
S. R. McCoy had a horse killed by
lightning last Friday evening during
tho rain storm.
J, D, Trivalpieoo and Jaoob MoCoy
had a run away last Wednesday and
both came out with a few bruises and
Mr. and Mrs, Hicks and Giaoio, Mr,
and Mrs. Jthnson and family, and Mr.
and Mrs. Whoolsr drsvo oyor ts Ayr
Bhlloh'a onro is sold on n gnarantoe. It
cares inaipieut constipation. It IbJ thu
best Cough Care, Only one cent a dose.
1!G ets., CO ots., and 81.00, Bold by C. Li
Frank Scdilsd has a new windmill.
A. Bcrgcman was in our vicinity
Cowboy Clutter was in our locality
Mr. Knight and wife of Inavalo
dined at A. Wilson's Sunday.
District 33 will have a six months
term of sohool beginning in Ootober.
Emory Bean and familw were visit
ing in Cowles Saturday.
Ted Saunders of Red Cloud was in
our neighborhood Saturday.
Oley Nelson was visiting relatives
in Kearney county the latter part of
Ckarloy Sino and wife from near
Bladen was visiting at his father-in-
One day last week Harry Lindsay
fell from a horio and fractured tho
bone in eno of his arms.
The Methodist choir ot Red Cloud
will hold a aong servieo Suiday at 3
o'clock at tho Ramcy sehoolheuee.
All are iivvitcd,
Mrs, Tom Anderson diod on Mon
day night of this week. Sho had
been siok at times for a good many
years but not until about one year ago
was sho considered to bo failing faBtcr
than UBUbl, Mrs. Anderson was born
in Denmark in 1858 and movod from
there to Iowa with hor parents, whero
sho married Mr. Tom Anderson. Sho
leaves a husband, two children, a
brother and sister, aid a host of
frionds to mourn hor loss. Funeral
services woro conducted Wodncsday
at two o'clock at thoir rcsidonco by
Rev. Anderson assisted by Rev. Bean.
Tho remains wcro laid to rest in tho
Gcnsen ccmotery. Stunner.
"Orange Blossom," the common sense
Female Romedy, draws out pain end sore
ness. Bold by 0. L. Cotting.
Wheat I 05
Hogs 3 25 1 00
Stock hogs 2 rj03 00
Pntcowa 3 50
Potatoes 1 00
Chickens , lb 4
Spring Chlckona-, 1 D02 00
UrKOVB lu o
Balled ilay por tonlO
Captain Sweeney, U. S. A., Ban Diego.
Cal. says: "Bhlloh's Catarrh Remedy it
the first medioine I have ever foand tkat
weald do me any good." Friee fiOe, For
sale by C. L. Cottiag.
Dr. Price's cream Baktag Pewder
A Pure drape Cream ul Tartar Powder.
At my form, nine miles east ot Red
Cloud, two light bay mare colts, and one
dark bay horse. Owner can have same
by proving property and paying for this
notice. J. Toi'ram.
Guide Uocli, Neb
Vol. 23 No 26
A Womlrr In I'imiiiiiiiihIiIii.
Among tlio curiosities preserved by
tho Minnesota historical society is a
llthogruphed copy of mi engrossment
of the emancipation proclamation. Tho
engrosser, one W. II. Pratt of Daven
port, la., was ho very skillful lu hla
manipulations of tho pen that ho suc
ceeded, by a careful and oxact shading
of tho letters, In producing a very ex
cellent portrait of Abraham Lincoln
the author of the famous document,
in' tho center of tho copy. In other
words, tho lettering itself is mado to
form a portrait bf Mr. Lincoln. There
were probably a largo number of them
originally struck off, but eople9 of it
aro now very rare: As a specimen ot
penmanship it is certainly very unlquo.
Money of AUiunder the Or oat.
An interesting find has just been
mado near Pntlas, Greece, namely, a
rich collection ot money in gold and
silver of tho timo of Alexander tho
Great, moro than twenty-two centuries
old. Tho trcasuro was fouud by a
peasant In a Held. A great quantity
was handed up to tho authorities, who
will deposit It In thu museums. Hut
the peasant has, it is thought, taken
?aro of his interest by hiding a quan-f
tlty, which ho will bo glad to sell to
tho highest bidders.
The Flnmt Htublei In the World.
Baroness von Ziryllan, of Paris, has
tho fincht stables In tho world for her
magnificent horses. Evon those of the
grrertt czar himself do not equal them
to magniHceueu. Ou Sunday idler
noons she takes her tea in thu stables,
where down tho ccntcr'of tho great
b'nilftnga thick pflu oar pet is placed
leading- up to the tea room. The
horses come up to the tobto for sugar
fossa therr mlre. like pet tkgs. Tho
builcfiBfftf cover ov.c three acrea of.
Klin fliit Urn Tlrlu-t.
A Uoston yojiug lady at thu union
itutien.ln PorMmd, Me., wanted to
ruy a Uekut for a wiiy btulion, but had?
tpfgottm the'uiuno of the town. Be;
'Off urged to rtmno a gut's ut it, tWiti
oiled in Munhing dm fusion thsA. U
iounrlwl something like "cat's vfej
in." Sin ' - 'I '"' for Viscaspb.-t
Eight tons ot millet Hay for ealo, Jne
Earner, box 538, Red Oloud.
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