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All Home Print. Red Cloud. Wkhster County, Nek.. Friday, August 16. 1H95 Vol. 23 No. 33
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' T,t!llMl''lllHll,ihlJ Tim 'nl. JLli'JILll
have run out
Mils MGMI fUU.
"'."t "" WIIV nut I It
tlimr 1irntf rli'iti nn1 uinlrrc
mother hannv. Trv it in vour
Even the children recognize Santa fi&Vr-sH WA
Soap as one of the good things wlfiti'ft-' 6
Sold everywhere. Made only by
The N. K. Fairbank Company, mJjdU
A fino rain Tucsd.iv night.
Geo. li.irtus f.nd wife were 111 Bed
D. It. Sptnoglu was in this vicinity
on business Tuesday.
Ad Unwind and two oldest xons
pairrn viit to the "Hub" Monday.
Mr. Docl.er und son lid siurtcd
Tuo.sday overland to Missouri to look
for a U"1 .
MrJitJaiUuit nt owii formerly of
till" plaeo tins Ih'uii vihiting in this
L. D. Walls and Orris Hubbard
Btnrlfld'last week overland to Missouri
Coook for a place where pooplo don't
Join Sanders rmuo down from Prai
rie (rem Inst week and brought .Jessie
nod Addio Willains who have been
visiting t jjr unele Davo Fishel.
It is reported that Sarah Blaino
ks tutdo another m itrimouial vr.uturc.
Tfis tuna with it mail of Jewel county
Kan , iho bus a farm and a fishpond.
D M. iluttr and C. It Crono of
lied Cloud were in this vioinity look
ing after thoir fences last week. Pol
ities are ripo. Simpson.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, ) gg
Lucas County. )
'Jf ronk J. Chedey makes oath t!sot he Is
tbe senior partner of tho firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and state aforesaid,
and that said firm will pay the sum of
One Hundred Dollars for eaeh and every
ease of catarrh that oauuot be oared by
the une of Hall's Catarrh Care.
FlUNK J. CnKNKT,
Hworn to bofore me anil subscribed in
iy presenoe this Cth day of Deoember,
A. V. isu.
S.JU-N , A. AV. Qlkasow,
hkal I Notary Public
' Holl's Catarrh Caro is taken intornally
and oots directly on the blood and raw
ons surfaees of the syBtein. Send for
F. J. Ciiknisv it Co., lolodo, O.
(Q!;8oId by dniRglsts, 7.r.
Mr. and Mrs. Arohcr of Kdgar
Sundayod with her parents Mr. and
Mrs. A. Cauirmun.
C. Gunn and wife drovo over from
Davenport Friday ".ud stopjicd a few
days with our townsman L. E. Spenoo.
Tuesday morning tboy resumed their
ioupjQy westward to visit a friend in
' Furnas county.
f O. M. Andrews of Priond was in
i this oitv tho foro art of tho week
spending a fow days with au old frior.d
Hie corn in fliis vicinity has been
daroigod fully one-half by tho lato
drouth and winds.
Johu Lulz and wife spent Sunday
wilh Mr. and Mrs. C. Kasierly.
0 It. Crono and Chaj. Robinson of
Red Cloud, were in tW iy Tuesday.
, Walters of Blue Hi wbb
miln i m i 1
tlirir i mm Wi
home. i'ii ft
linking hands with his friends in this
part ol the comity Tuusday.
Mr. and Mrs J. L. GrandstaiT wcro
in Campbell Saturday.
In the ball game Satmdat between
Campbell and ltladou on t lit formers
diamond, tho Bladen boys won easily.
Score Ult to 17.
Illadcn came nut victorious in tho
ball game at Rosolnnd last Friday,
between Juniata and liladen, scoro 17
Mrs. C. E. Hicks and daughter re
turn d homo Friday from a viit with
friends at Denver, Colorado.
II. II. Watson made a business trip
to Juniata thu latter part of last week.
Miss Monroo and Mrs. W. A. Ba
ker Jr. drove, to Bluu Hill Monday.
MuLaughliu and Thome started out
the first of tho week for a spin on thoir
wheels through Adams, Hall, Mer
rick and Hamilton counties,
L. R. Wyldor and wife took dinner
wilh Mr. and Mrs. Tho?. Burden's
Thog. Burden drove to Campbell
Levi Munson and wifo of Lincoln
arrived Tuesday ovening and will vinit
friends and relatives in this vicinity.
A Gno rain visited this scotion of
tho country Tuesday night, although
to lato to help tho oorn it has done
When moving into our present home I
found a bottle of Chamberlain's Fain
Balm left by a former tenant. On the
label I found the statement that it wa
(rood for cuts and burns. I can testify to
the truth of this. Nothing in all my x-
porienoe has found its equal for blisters
and burns. F. E. Barrett, manager Lo"
Hueur sentinel, ue ouour, Minn, rain
Balm is nlso a ouro cure for rheumatism.
For snle by Doyo&Orioe. druggists.
Snmo of tho farmers are cutting
Mr. Wictior of Red Cloud was in
our locality Tuesday.
C F. Kelly was in our vioinity on
business last Thursday.
Andrew Eriokson shipped a oar load
of cattlo to Omaha Monday.
Oats aro making from 10 to 12
bushels per aero in this neighborhood.
Mrs. Grico was visiting in this com
munity tho first of this wook.
William Brothauor was a pleasant
caller ut Mr. Marker's of Otto Sunday.
Koontz and Rinklo wore doing somo
thoshmg in our community this week.
Mr. Griffeth of Red Cleud is putting
up hay on his land.
itruco Payne has been engaged as
toaoher in tho high sohool at Bladen
far this winter.
Miss Emma Graves of Red Cleud is
viBitiag friunds and relatives iu tkis
vicinity this- woek.
Mr. llaniey has purchased a new
mower and rake, He expects to cut
lots of hay this fall. Stunner.
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There was a small !iowr last Sun
day morning. The lightning struck
tho livery btrn and killed four horses
two for Mr, Suwytr ami two for a
mover that had put in out of tho riin.
Mr. SiHjcr and Mr Popp were knock
ed down but not setiotisly injured.
The Sunday-school is to have a pic
nic iu the groe two milts cast of
here next Friday tho l(!th.
School commences hero again the
2nd. of September. The bunrd has
engaged Mr. Frisbie for thu coming
Mips Euuiri Halo is going to teach
west or lnavalc and Miss Lorn
Orchard east of lnavalc the coining
Miss Lulu Barber was up last Fri
dy to attend tho social.
W. N'.Utcliard&on u putting up his
hay on the bottom. Tom Jones is
C. Hunter shipped threo cars or
stook from here last Sunday.
There arrived at Mr. Art Davis' on
last Sunday a boy ol tho usual Neb
Mr. Lad and wife went to Red
Cloud on Tuesday.
A huge crowd front here arc going
to Hustings to the reunion.
There was a match gamo of ball
hero last Saturday between Iuavalo's
2nd uino and Franklin's 2ud nine.
The scoro stood 19 to 13 in favor of
We would like to look into tho pleasant
faoo of some one who hns never had any
derangomentof thodigestive organs. We
soe the drawn unhappy fucos of dyspep
tics in every walk of life. It is our na
tional disease, and nearly all complaints
spring from this sourco. Remove the
stomach diiliculty aud tho work is done.
Dyspeptlos and pale thin peoplo nre lit
temlly starving, because the don't digest
their food. Consumption never dovelop
in poople of robust and normal digestou.
Correct tho wasting nnd loss of flesh and
we cure the disease Do thin with food.
Tho Shaker Digestive Cordial contains ul
ready digested food and is n digorter of
food nt the same time. Its ofleots nre
feltntonoe. Get u phamphlet of your
druggist unddearn ubout it.
LAXOL is Castor oil made ns sweet as
honey by a new process. Children like it.
A splondid rain last Sunday revived
Rov. Hemriok has bcon holding
revival meetings at Womcr. No ad
ditions to tho church yet but tho
prospect is good.
J. M. Brown and Mr. Leaderbrand
have throshed thoir small grain,
Mrs. Lilo a sister of J. LGravoa
returned to Chicago Monday after
visiting hero two weeks.
J. L, Stoner and wifo returned homo
Sunday from thoir 'visit in Illinois
and Missouri. Chintz. Buo.
That tired feeling should bo overoomo
nt ouoo or it may end most seriously.
Take Hood's Harsapanlln now aud pre
vent sickness and suffering later in the
Hood's Fills nre the best family cathar
tio and liver medicine. Harmless, relia
This vicinity has been visited by
two splendid rains.
Mr. Moses Stanley had a stroko of
paralysis Tuesday morning which left
him blind. His family havo tho sym
pathy of all tho community.
Noxt Saturday and Sunday will bo
Quarterly mooting at tho North
Branch Friond's church,
Mr. A. Arrants and his brother Joo
zfeot to start to Iowa Thursday
J, B. Toland, A. A. Davis and
Alenzo Kinard havo threshod their
oats which averaged from 15 to 35
bushels per aor.
Children Cry for
-'i'. i-asas. j r i (.. . .1 jl. .Mnfi' .
Some sickness iu thesn parts which
has resulted iu four deaths; Mrs.
Brown, J, Brown's little boy, Frank,
Mrs Hilton's little grand-child,
Several of our neighbors ntteudtd
the Populist convention at the Center
Messrs Tom Hooper and Clarence
Bcatdsly and Misses Edith Scrivuer,
Eva Smith and Miss Spurrcr aro at
tending normal nt thu Center
Mr. Luso has been rc-cmployed to
teach tho Mt. Hupo hchuol this fall
Davo Fait has the principalslnp of
a school 20 miles north of Omaha.
Mrs. Gicweli and Mrs. J. W. Cor
bett arc on tho tick list.
Mr. Humbert, thu tiawliug preach
er, with his band, has eb scd the meet
ings at I'oijii; Creek anil untie west to
A Valimblu rinil.
After eiirs of study nn l'-or, thurs ha1?
nt last been discovered a fxru inul never
failing remedy, It has lieon tested on
paticutx, who havodispalted of over being
cured, the results have been, iu every oaso
wonderful. Croft's llhucmatism Curo is
unuqualed ns a positive reintdy in nil
oases of Chronic mid Aouto Itiilammutory
Rheumatism, Gout, Lumbago, Seiutlcn,
Neuralgia, Dysmenorrhoin nnd nil kind
red affections. It is also a valuable Blood
Fnrifier, being especially useful iu Kcema
FioriUBis, Scrofula, all Glandular Enlarge
ment and dieasesof the liver and kidneys.
It is absolntely free from nil naroutios.
Severe attacks aro relioved in from one
to three dnys utid n positive euro elTeotcd
in from live to eighteen days. C. L. Cot
ting Red Cloud, Neb. i:i-4m
Respectfully dedicated to tho ruomory
of Frank Stroot by Leon a Turner.
A lovod one from our mttlat bus gono
Up to tho nzuro domo,
His spirit from tbo earth has ilown,
To its eternal homo.
His death into our hearts indicts
A wound both deop und aore,
And unto us such sorrow brings
As was no'orfelt bofore.
His life woe ono of noblest worth
And hosts ot frionds had ho,
Who, in our sad boroavemont lend
Their heartfelt simpathy.
Throughout his life his friends
Wero precious in his sight,
Of them he thought till on death's
His soul from earth took ilight.
He died with mnnly willingness
Without regrot or sigh,
For angel forms did beckon him
And closed bis dying eyeB.
Within tho hearthstone ot our homo
Ho leaves a vacant plaoo,
But through faiths light wo hopo nt
In heaven to see his face
Dear friend Frank it from the sky
You look on us below,
You know our sorrow nnd dispair
Our griot our mortal woe.
Perhaps you wonder at our grief
It on us you look down,
Tho timo is short when wo with you
Shall wear tho immortal crown.
Kenneth Bazomore had tho good for
tuuo to receive a small bottle of Cham-
berlaiu's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcua
Remedy when threo ot his family wore
sick with dysoutery. This one smnll hot
tlo cured them all nud ho had somo left,
which ho gnvii to Geo. W. Baker, a proml
ment merchant ot tho place, Lewistou,
N. C, and it cured him of the samo enm
plaiut. When troubled with djsuntery,
diarrhoea, oollo or cholera morbus, give
this remtdy n trial and you will be more
than pleased with tho result. The praise
that naturally follows its introduction
and use has made it very popular. Mi
and 50 cent bottles for sale by Doyo Si
Card or TlinHka.
Wo wish to extend our hoartfelt
thanks to tho friendB who so kindly as
sisted us in tho sickness and death of
our doar mother.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking; Powder
A Pur flrap Craaa Tartar Pewitor.
Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U.S. Gov't Report
I. IV. Mien Semis Hie Creut fiunll)
M'erUI) a Verj I ill i-root lui; SUctih
oI'IiIn Trip In Hie. I'ar Went.
BopKWOon, Wyo., Aug. 8.
Enrroit Ciiinr: Wo made tho
start nt 7:10 yesterday a. in. as I had
written you and arrived in camp at -1
p. in. after a diivo nnd n walk of 28
miles up tho mountains. I had to
walk with Mr. Fnrrcll as wo wuro tho
only members of tho party who uould
stand tho hard strain. Ah I bayo
stated wo arrived nt homo or at camp
nt -1 a. m. tired and hungry, notwith
standing wo had a lunch nt noon;
found most of tho party well nnd it
was very much like meeting a lot of
friondly Indians. Tho women wcro
dressed in their mountain! costumes
which ndded that poculiar spectacle
referred to, as going into an Indian
village. Tako it all in all tho trip up
was grand and worth tho trip over tho
400 miles of almost a barren desert,
viz: from Alliance, Nebraska. I mot
with only ono mishap, if it might be
so called, by forgetting my rifle at
RanchcBtcr, and as thero is not a
gun in camp of its calibre I am unablo
to use my ammunition, but thoro aro
plenty of arms in camp, The parly
has killed one boir weighing 500, and
ono doer. Grouso and spcokled trout
until you oaunot rent. I was out a
while last night with Mr. Young of
Orleans and bagged 14 grouse, so you
can judge from our success that thuy
aro n very tamo bird, but for tho trout
I cannot say as niuoh. Tho party has
not beon very successful with the line,
but a cowboy camo into camp yester
day nnd thry started him for Tongue
river at 2 o'clock, ho was baok by fivo
with thirty-four as lino trout as an
opicuro over gazed upon. By the
way, wo aro camped in tho Tonguo
river canyon about a thousand feet
abovo its wators. Tho location is de
lightful in tho cxtcino. A party of
nino, inoluding myself, walked up tbo
great flumes owned and operated by
J. II. McSbano & Co. of Omaha for
tho purposo of transmitting or running
lumber and railroad tics from thoir
mills and camp on tho Tonguo river
down to the railroad station, and it is
worth going miles to see. The flume
is nino miles long, running down tho
canyon, at times through tunnels and
at other over great trussels, ranging
in height from eight to ono hundred
feet abovo ten a lirma and at somo
points 2000 feet abovo tho river bed.
This lluiuc conducts a great stream of
water which runs ut a great rato and
every second a railroad lie, providing
you aro on the lookout, can be scou
(l)ingpast. All tho product of tho
mill is conducted down to tho station
iu a liko manner. Of all my mount
ain travels I havo never seen any
thing quito its ctjual. The laying out
of this llumo is undoubtedly tho grand
est picoo of engineering skill in tho
world, or at least I oannet conceivo
anything that will or could surpass its
bold daring. Tho ongincer who car
oled this project to oomplotcuoss is
nndor twonly-oight years of ago and
is a member of our party as I write
Modorn engineering is undoubtedly
marvolous. It is impossible for mor
tal man to property describe the work
on this Tongue river; it must be seen
to bo appreciated. It is this flume
that applies the urnatcst part of tho
ties used nnnuilly by tho ii oc M.
railroad company. The MoShnno
crmpitny is under contract to furnish
them :!,000,000. But I must refr to
ono innro thing tlutt I apprehend
would bo of interest to 3 nu and to tho
people of Red Cloud and vicinity, and
that is tho prico obtained for slaplo
groceries. I made i injuir y this a. 111.
nt tho store at Redwood. It is a re
tail concern but ono would think it
wholesale whon first viewing tho stook.
But-to tho point. Common tomatoes
nro sold at 2")o, per can, Arbuokol's
oofToo nt 115c. per pound, Horseshoo
tobacco G.'io. per pound, Battlo-ax 50o.
per pound, but Yeast Foam can bo
had for uu. per package. Tho prioo
printed on each package, I am i in form
ed by a clork, is tho only reason it is
not sold for 15o, so it sevma. Our
party is tho only ono in this country
after health. Wo leave for homo
about 4 p. m. a walk down tho flume.
My wife did not accompany tho party
as I did not caro to risk the trip for
her until I had first explored it to my
cntiro satisfaction. I sond-this latter
in caro of a froightcr this p. m., henco
I must close.
P. W. Siika.
In order to introduce' Chamberlain's
Cough Itstnedy hero we hold several doz
bottles ou strict guarantee mid havo
fouud every bottln did good si-rvioe, We
have used it ourselves nnd think it super
ior to nnv otlmr. W. I. Mowroy, Jarvis
ville, V. V. For sale by Deyo & Orioe,
Died nt her homo m Smith county,
Kansas, August 5, 1895, Jano Brown
ngod sixty-two years, four months and
eleven days. Sho leaves two sons and
threo daughtors to mourn hor loss. Sho
was laid to rest in tho Webb cemetery
Wodnosday, August 7, services being
conducted by Rov. Horton.
Sho has crossed tho lonely rivor '
And her sufferings now aro o'er,
Sho has gono to dwell forover
On that fair and peaceful shore.
Gono beyond the-vale ot shadows
With tho angola to abide,
In that home ot wondrous beauty
Just beyond tho surging tide.
Tho democratic doctors of Harmony
township will meet ut tho Pattorsen
Bchoolhouso in district 80, on Monday
uf ternoon at fl o'clock, for tho purposo
of electing ono dolognto to tho county
convention tithe hold at Bluo Hill, Tues
day, August 20, 1805. A. L. Ekm:.
I havo been a midwife for many
yenrs, und iu each cnie whero MOTH
ERS" FRIEND" vns used accomplished loa
ders and shortened labor and lessened pain, it
iw tho best remedy for IUSING OF TnB
IUIHAST known, and worth tho price
for that uloue.
Mrs. M.M. llrowfitor, Montgomery, Ala.
Bent by Express or mall, on reedpt of price.
$1.00 bolH. UoitlC'To Mothers" nulled
DrtADFIELD REGULATOR OO., ATLANTA, QA.
SOLD BY AU DBUOaiSTS.
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