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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1895)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT 4, 1805.
B LOS SO
Acts like a poultice, drawing
out fever and pain, and reinvig
orating the entire Female Sys
tem. It removes all obstructions
and creates a healthy, natural
flow of all secretions.
It is the one natural cure for
female troubles, because it is
applied right to the diseased
parts. Don't take internal rem
edies for Female weakness, com
mon sense requires a direct ap
plication for immediate relief
and permanent cure.
"Orange Blossom" is a sure,
painless cure for falling and
dropsy of the womb, profuse,
difficult, irregular menses, leu
corrhoea, ulceration, tumors,
sick headache, constipation, sal
"Orange Blossom" is apastile
easily used at any time. Every
lady can treat herself with it.
Mailed to any address on re
ceipt of $:. Dr. J. A. McGill&Co.
4 Panorama Place, Chicago, 111.
Tor Bale byJC. L. Cottlng Red
HAIR BALSAM .
Aa Dtanunaj ia aaw.
IffTtT Vlslls to Btttor Grayl
Halt TO l lOQioiui y
U Toothful Color.
ip aimm Hir
dMMiA biir mi
For Thin People
ARE YOU TlllAt
PlMh made with Tnlnaoure Tablet by a Hn
tlOc process. Tiny crtata perfect asiimllatlso
f evary form of laod, oecrtunic the valttabla
fmrls and discarding the worthies. Thty make
hlu faces nlurnp and round out tba flgura.
Tliay ara tfia Mandard ramedy far Iran uess,
containing lit arsaiilc, aud absolutely harmless,
Frltt, prepaid, f 1 per dot.8 for 15,
Pamphlet, "HOW TO UKr FAT," Jrsa. .,
Til Tfelaacura C., M9 Broadway, N. Y.
u-Al DranlltL mt MAi 4.
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AND TELL WESds.
Manv ladies hflva used our machine!
twenty to thirty years in their family work,
and are still using the original machine!
we furnished them a generation ago.
Many of our machines nave run mors
than twenty years without repairs, other
than needles. With proper care they
never wear out, and seldom need repair.
We have built sewing machines for
more than forty years and have constantly
improved them. We build our machine!
n honor, and they are recognized every
where as the most accurately fitted and
finely finished sewing machines in the
world. Our latest, the "No. 9," is the
result of our long experience. In com
petition with the leading machines of the
world, it received the Grand Prize at the
fans exposition 01 1009, as me Dew,
other machines receiving only compli
mentary medals of fjold, nil ver and bronre.
The Grand Prize was what all sought for,
and our machine was awarded it
Send Tor our illustrated catalogue. Wf
want dealers in all unoccupied territory,
WHEELER & WILSON MFG. GO.
1t5 417 WselH AVK., CHICAM
S. E. Cozad, Agt.
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DR. L. It. It-OK, SUIT.
Jos. Harbinger Hex of cigars
beit diiplay of yellow corn.
Henry Dlsdsrlch $360 pair of men's
eh (tee for largest dozen ears of corn,
$2.60 pair of Indies' fin button shots
for first premium on dairy butter.
W. S. nn-Cak for boat loaf of
Jacob Nuatein 2 lbs Uncle Henry
chewing tobacco for largest pumpkin,
John Folnicky One box cigtrs for
best boar pig six nianths old and under
E. McFarland-Ons pair child's shots
for best 3 lb roll of dairy made butter.
J. O. Ltndley 5 lbs candy for best
lady horseback rider.
P. V. Taylor Pins picture, framtd,
for beat and largest display of apples
grown in Webeter county,
Chas. Wiener Hat for best hand
writing, bss under 1C years.
W. 13. Hoby-GO lb sack of Hour for
bushel of white oats taking first crem-
J. O Butlsr-Fins driving bridle for
fastest hors ownsd in the county, trot
Miner Bres. Pair boots for largest
Mrs. F. Newheuie $1 fascinator for
biet knitting or crochet work.
Piatt k Frees Lumber Co. $2 for
largest water melon, giver ot prize to
Miss Hadell Trimmed hat for best
loaf of bread mado by girl under 12
Sherwood k Albright $2 la trade for
best collodion of prestrvss,
L. M. Vance Silver drinking cup for
Shoa & Turnure Bros. Ono fanoy
dish for tho oldest old stylo dish.
B. P. Mister Half dosen obina fruit
plates for best display ot oil paintings
that were executed in Webster county.
0. A. Duckor & Co. Linen table cloth
for first prize in fancy work.
S. F. SpokoaUeld 60 lb sack of best
flour for best bushel of potatoes.
Henry Cook A fine banquet lamp for
the most unique and original costume
worn on wheel at bicycle display.
L. H. Rust Halt dozen 3-year-old
chorry trees for best display of canned
oherrios, grown and put up in Webator
county; ono dozen 2-year-old grape vines
for best display ot grapes grown In
W. T. Auld-$2 for best and most
complete map, drawn in ink, of Web
ster coonty by child fourteen years or
under, residing in Webster county.
Size of map, 24x2i inches.
J. S. Whlte-GOo for best peck of
swest potatoes; 1 for best bushel of
N. Longtin Box ot cigars to winner
of fat man's race, race SO yards.
M. M. Stern Box of cigars to winner
ot potato race.
T. E. Penman Ladies' Bioyclt Race
1st prioe, lady's belt; 2d prize. Trilby
heart and fob; 3d prize, lady's shirt
Jos. Foglo Fine buggy whip for win
ner of slow mult race.
Robt. Potter $1 te winner ot foot
racs for boys undsr 14 years.
Fat man's race and boys' race will
taks place on afternoon of second day.
Potato racs will taks place on third
ay of fair.
Bicycle half mil handicap races on
oa afternoons of sseond and third days.
Bicycle display parade sach day ot the
L. H. Fort Fair of elsgant vasss to
the oldest fsmale born in Webster
Deyo it Grioe $1 50 pocket book to
tho oldest male born in Webster sounty.
J. A. Mc Arthur 600 pound ice ticket
for the handsomest woman In Webster
Dr. Price's Greta Baklag Powder
A Pars Orsss Craaas of Tartar Pswier.
, FSIDAT, OCTOBER 1L
Three min. class, trotting, 3 in 6, $100.00
Half mils running, 2 in 3, 100 00
Green hslt mils dash, 25.00
SATURDAY, OOTOBZn 12.
Frss for all trot, 3 in 5, 9160.00
Novelty running, one mile, 75.00
Green county pneeor trot, 2 in 3, 75.90
Entries close Oot. 1st at 11 p, m. Es
trones five par csnt, psysble at time of
making-entry, five per cent addltiosal
from winnsrs. Division, of pursss. SO,
30 and 20 psr csnt. Five sntrles to fill
and thrss to start In all racss. Run
ning entriss close at S p. m, the day bo
tors the rase. Thoss net intending to
start in any race must notify secretary
in writing before 9 p. m.lhe day before
Any horse distancing ths field or any
part thereof will be awarded but one
premium. Right reserved to sbange
the order or declare sf any ot the rsses
on account et bad weather or any other
American and National rulss govern
Stall rsnt during fsir, 92; hay aad grain
at reasonable prices.
For sntry blanks, address the secre
tary, D. J, Mvkrs,
Red Cloud, Neb.
The World's Fair Test
tkowi 00 baklag powder
to pan r ogrcmt la hv
PEOPLE WHO MYSTERIOUSLY DISAP
PEAR OR LOSE THEMSELVES.
Some of Tlmrn Wnlk Out of Home Circles
and Are Nnvcr Ueanl of Again Aberra
tion of Stloit Ono of tho Cauaci Strange
Case of This Character.
In n commnuity of 3,000,000 sonls n
mnn must be grcnt indeed to command
gonoral notice. Tho young niiui who
comos from tho country, loaviug behind
him n happy flrcsido filled with loved
ones and bringing with him only his
fond mother's Biblo nud a fow neces
saries, to try his luck in tho city, comes
anhoraldod, to bo quickly swallowed up
iu a whirlpool of nuintorostod, Eolflsh
humanity. Humauitnrlana aro tho ox
coption hero. Ho doos not All tho ocean,
and tho aimplo drop ho represents will
not bo miKsed when ho vanishes.
Thoro aro thousands of dark corners
in n great city, find in ono of theso ho
may bo fonud dead, with marks of vio
lence upon him. Tho coroner's jury may
find n verdict of "killod by soino person
unknown," and, nnidentiflod, tho poor
boy finds flual rest in tho pauper's gravo,
Whilo the loved ones at homo wonder at
his sllenco that is never brokon. Tho
meroilcss waters surrounding tho town
wash unoeosingly in and out of dread,
dark nooks in black, slimy places uudor
piers and ferry slips, and objects aro of
ten fonnd thero whioh loving mothers
and tendor Bisters should not look upon.
Thero aro resorts in tho groat city from
whenco tho innocent, unsuspecting
young man is followed by tho assassin.
Thero aro open places whoro desperadoes
lie iu wait for victims and kill without
either xneroy or remorse, and for such
a pittance of plunder that one wonders
that tboy make tho venture A groat
event is but "a nine days' wonder" in a
groat oity, for what length of timo will
the peoplo boor in mind tho murdor of
an unknown man?
The scenes in the thoroughfares aro
kaloidosoopio, with instant changes.
Tho stories of the disappooronco and
wanderings of tho peoplo are sometimes
sad, bnt they aro frequently amusing.
In many cases aberration of mind is tho
causo of disappearance, and whilo tho
whole oity is alarmed the object of
search is innocently wandering among
thosoarchors after him and contributing
to tho hue and cry.
Only yesterday I heard of a man who
camo from rJto west nino years ago and
found himself in Providenco, so dazed
that ho lost his identity, and under tho
first name that camo to his mind start
ed a business which ho continued with
success thero for six years. Ono day, at
the end of that time, he went to Paw
tucket on business and again lost his
Identity. Again he started a new busi
ness and mado a success of it for three
years when ho romembored his Provi
dence name and returned there recently
to resume his former occupation.
It was six years ago, while X was liv
ing in a flat with my aged parents, that
astrango case of aberration ot mind
came under my personal notice. It illus
trated that the cause may be griof, while
other oases show that business troubles
lead up to it. In the first fiat lived a
physician and his wife, a very estimable
lady of somo 00 years, who was also a
practicing physician. Both wero grad
uates of medical colleges and they had
their own patients. It may be granted
that tho lady was of sound mind and
fair reasoning power. Tho husband died
very suddenly and for threo days tho
widow remained inconsolable, lament
ing his unexpected doath.
At the end ot that time she wont out
alonofor a walk. She walked several
miles up town, as nearly as sho after
ward remembered, and then turned to
go homo. But everything seemed strange
to her and sho could not decide what
direction to tako. Sho thought of the
recourse that comes to every mystifiod
person in a great city anddeoided to ask
a policeman to set her right But after
arriving at this conclusion she could not
remember the street or tho number of
the street whoro her homo was, and
worso than all she could not recall her
name. Sho was not addioted to the uso
of liquor, as this state ot affairs would
Indicate, nor was she of a constitution
ally weak intellect.
In this dilemma, as sho afterward
told me, she wanted to talk to some
body, just to hear her own voice, and
sho stopped the first policeman who
camo in viow. Sho recognized the fact
that the officer might think her either
drunk or crazy, but whilo sho had en
tirely lost both her namo and address
from her mind sho was porfeotly sane
on all other subjeots. Sho asked him,
first, if ho knew where sho lived. Ho
stared at her quizzically at first, seem
ing to want to suggest an insane asy
lum, but her ologont attire and common
sense face refuted that idea. Ho simply
remarked that ho was as ignorant as
herself of hor address, but was non-
filused when sho followed up hor first
nquiry by asking him to tell hor namo.
It was too much for tho 'officer. He
laughingly suggested that sho should
accompany him to tho station houso,
whoro tho captain might glvo hor tho
desired information. Asa last resort
she went with him.
The captain did recognize her, for
when she onterod tho station he greeted
her as Dr. B., and she rejoicingly ox
claimed: "That's itl That's my namo,
but whoro do I live?" Tho captain had
onco presided over the preoinot in whioh
she had lived and was familiar with the
nlaoe of hor removal He sent an officer
home with her, and upon her arrival she
met my mother, to whom sno nrst toia
of her strange wanderings. She has ever
sinco been of sound mind and is today
Sractioing modicino up town. Pblla
Mrs. Bray I thought you said it was
tho little boy next door who was mak
ing nil the nolso.
Little Johnnie So it was, ma. I was
letting hlu with a stick. Exchange,
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mild, continuous current of Galvanic
Electricity h applied directly to the
sent of the Rupture causing a contrite
tlonnndstrciigtlicnliiK of those parts.
No detention from business or work. To
those whonrc Ruptured, it will pay to
investigate our mode of treatment.
We arc honest in the belief that our
sjenulno Electric Truss will cure
any case of Rupturo that is at all
curable. We warrant that the Elec
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Rupture" Is free.
We have been before the Public many
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The largcst.cstablishmcnt of its kind is
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201 to 807 Btato Btjcoroer Adams et.
Subscription, ftl ler Annum
Invariably In Advance
tt not paid In advance, niter thl. date March
18, 18V3, tho rlco w 111 lo t .25.
Kntercd at tlie I'ost Utile In Ked Cloud, Nb.
as mall mntlprof thesi-cond clss
nATM OK AUVKKTISIVd
Prof, cards, 1 Inch or less ior year Id 00
lx months S 00
Threo months 2 00
I'et Inch ono) car 14 on
I'erlnch six mouths 3 oo
t'erlnch three months., 2 at
Special notices per line or line space, first
implication 6 cents.
Transient specials, payable Invariably In ad
anee, per lino 10 cents.
ah readme notices in me nature ot aaveruse-
menu or puftx, B cents per line.
Iecnl notices nt leiml rntes.
Iegnt notices ntleealrntes, vlrt for a square
(ten lines ot Nnnparoll or less,) first publication
1.00; for each subsequent publication, per
iquaro, CO cents,
"preferred nosltlon" contracts made.
All matter to Insuru publication must bo xo
celved at this offlco not Inter than Wednoidav.
Advertisements runnnt lis ordered 01 t for
the current week later than Thursday.
ALL PRINTED AT HOME
II. M. R. It. Time 'I ubie,
U, T.ocal Freight, I.v tl in,
19, Passenger. " lo:U5 " Ar 10.00 a.m.
64, Fast Freight, " 1:38 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
142, Mlxsd Train, Lv 13:30 a.m. Arl2.0Sp.tn
S3, Fast Freight, hr II til a, m. Ar 10:38 a. m
ill, Mixed Train, ' 12:06 p.m. " ll:33a.m
IB, Passenger, " 8:40 p. in. " StfOp. m
People wishing seed rye can
calling on O, B. Orono. clerk of
Wbea Baby was sick, we gave her Caitorla,
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When aha became Mlas, sho clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Caitorla,
American Public IIohIIIi Asso
clutlon, Denver, Colorado,
October I to 4, J 95.
For above will sell round trip tick
ets to Denver, Colorado Springs, and
Puoblo at rate one and one third low
est, standard, first class, limited fare
for the round trip. Tickets on sale
September 30 and Ootober 1 and lim
ited to Ootober 25. Transit limits
will bo continuous paissge in each
direotion east of Colorado common
points. After reaching Denver step
overs will bo allowed on Colorado
Springs and Pueblo tiokets within tho
final limit. Tickets will be executed
fur return either at Donvor. Colorado
Springs and Pueblo. A, CoNOVER,
Children Cry for
ftwtek KteluilT tmliorr, Ta
IUU Disk nailer. Waibta all IU
dttbta fur a fani I j lata mlou.
Washes, finest aad drits iLtoi
witbeul wttUog lbs aaods. Yea
pBib the tmltea, the aiacblat does
hi rrsti 4fta;ii a, musuis vims.
and cbMfful wlfts. scsMta
'Ko Drake o dlibes,Do na Caiap,
W. P.BARRISSNA CO., CUrk , It, Clukma, fft
Bull . . .
Will be at
Feed Stable, in
Red Cloud from
this date until
i&XaMfi. fr'fr ! i
'""M pjJJ I -
smtmmmmm m mm mrnimm.
" We Don't Know
About Sponges. Probably Solomon
didn' know till about them.
Still wo think we are IpoBtod about
quality and what tho kind folka "
wnnt when tliey'ro after somethlig
OR FOR BUGGIES.
Next time you want a, good big sponge "for small
money, pleaBe call.
No matter how hard to please, you'll get a sponge
here to suit you sure; prices, also, will
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
LUMBER " COAL
Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
!TT 1A IjINB.
Orders OrdrompUy filled, fonr patronage aoliolted
E. G. MORANVIL.LE.
Livery and Feed Barn.
First-class la every detail. Lats raJ, krlght baled hay
and a variety et grain. New rigs aad swift aarses caa a atcarasl
for city ar cauatrjr drives at reasonable prices.
NORTH OF HOLLAND HOUSE.
That Harness is Worn Out !
Why Don't you get Another?
J. O. Butler is selling nearly AT COST,
j "Yes, My Dear;
Cotting keeps the finest kinds of Lamps,
and he sells them cheap, too. Shall we step
into his store and look at them? He has
some handsome ones."
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