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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1895)
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All Home Print.
It's all right to let the
little girls have an early
SANTA CLAUS SOAP
It will not only make their clothes clean but when in late years the cares
of the household come they will know best how to meet them. There
are a great many women who have learned a lesson of economy and
cleanliness by the use of Santa Clans. Sold everywhere. Made only by
The N. K. Fairbank Company, - Chicago
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Cotting keeps th-s
P ' and he sells them cheap,
i& his store arid look
It-AV. iicuiuavjiiii J11C1.
PLATT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
Tred cloud, neb.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
Is the only positive Remedy known to the Medical Profession for
AcnteandChronic Rheumatism, Goat, Lumbago, Sciatica, Neuralgia,
Ovarian Neuralgia, Dismenorrhoea, Psoriasis, Scrofula, Liver and
Kidney Diseases. A Positive Cure effected in from 6 to 18 days.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
LUMBER akp COAL
Building Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
That Harness is Worn Out !
Why Don't yon get Another?
. J- O. Butler is selling nearly AT COST.
Tax alo Notice.
To Wliora it nmy Concern!
Take notice tlmt on January Sltli, 1AM,
The Western I-uid Company purchased at pri
vate tux Kdle, or I In- treasurer of Webster
county, Nebraska, the following described
lands sltimti'il In IVrbstor county. Nebraska,
forthodollniiuent taxes thereon (or the year
, ftt, to-wtt:
Tlie.uri or section it. in townsnip a. range
taxeuon .January win, jnh, iu mo name 01
k.,1 BA. A, UA.II.n ,J I.. ,.(M.al,f n A a1f.A ,A
taxed on January 24th. 1894, In thenatneof
" Mie ne4 of I ha 8W4 of section SO, In township
1, range 12, taxed January 24th, 1804, In the
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r ' The e of the nwl of (Potion 20. In towmhlD
1 mbm 1Q. UlxA mi jAniimPV Q4tli. IMU. In ttlA
L'SMof Tho. P. and Alice k, Kennedy,
VJut the time for the redemption ef i&ld
Ffaadafroaisald. sales rlll expire on January
"SM.jwe.at wnii'u time me unaersigneu win
apply to mo cnumy treasurer ui bbiu neusier
suBly, for a deed to said land unless rodemp
mm i aile according to law.
.at Bldomlngton, Neb,, October Mil,
Tub Wistxiik Land Com-Axr,
finest kinds of Lamps,
too. Shall we step
them?"' "He" has
j 1 1 lo you dcalre to make 1 1 1
j MONEY? HI
OUR PI.AW8 OF OPERATION
Hake your money earn you a monthly lalary.
110.00 mid more made' dally by our new Bys
tlmatlo Vlan t Operutlon on small Investments
In grain aud slock speculation.
All we ask Is to Investigate our new and ori
ginal metbodi. Past workings of plan and
highest references furnished. Our Booklet
"PoInU & Ulntt" how to make money and
other Information sent PHEK.
OilmobmS Co., Bankers and Brokers.
Open Board of Trade Bldg., Chloago, IU
Red Cloud. Webster County, Neb., Friday, October
Mm J Rciil and Mm. Frnso of lied
Cloud wero ucstH of O L Lowls nnd
wife 'f Motrin'.
Q W Uiikor wns hi Mnnltnto ono tiny
I Friabio wbs in Humboldt ovor Sun
duy. Mm. McDride was the RUtat of lior
datiKhtar Mm. Krnnk Friebio Sunday.
Miss Alta Hukor Ib visiting in Rod
Cloud this weolc, '
Ed Cox and family of Ropublican City
was vifiitinn in Atnboy ovor Sunday.
Mm. Megnl of Nebraska City is visit
ing J V Saiadden thiH week.
Mm D Liudsoy and daugktor of Now
York waa vialting at O W Hakor's ono
day last wook.
Joosie Cockroll in visiting near Bluo
Mr and Mrs Knutson were in Ambty
John and Joo Saladon hnvo returned
from tho east.
Mrs. Miohaol has been vory sick but is
Corn is making about ten bushels to
Mies Daisy Plumb of Red Cloud was
in this locality Friday.
Mr. Ramoy has eoveral men employed
to husk corn.
Several gentlemen from Kearney coun
ty aro hero looking for farms.
Ely Sorgansen and family started for
Superior Monday to visit relatives.
J B Wiseuarver will start for tho In
dian Territory to look after bis business
Singing school at Pleasant Prairio
each Tuesday evonlng. Mr. Groosman
has been employed as instructor.
Catarrh is h eonatitutionnl disease and
cannot be oured by loonl applications.
Hood's Bnrsapar.lln is n constitutional
remedy; it cures catarrh because in puri
fies the blood.
Hood's Pills are. purely vegetable and
do not purge, pain or gripe. Sold by all
The cold woathor tho past few days
reminds peoplo thut the stoves mUBt bo
sat up and that the coal bin must be re
Oats have gone down to ton cents.
James White and L. H. Fort woro in
this vicinity Friday, nnd by the smile on
thoir countonunco, you can toll they aro
confident of being ro-eleoted.
C. E. Hioks and wito drovo to Bluo
Hill Thursday evening.
Mrs. A. P Johnson and children drovo
to our neighboring town, Blue Hill, Sat
urday. Mrs. Johnson of Wilbur Is tho guest
of her Bon, Wm. JohnBon.
Mm. Jno. West and daughter wero
among friends in this vicinity Saturday.
Mrs. Shirry and children of Wilbur
are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Harding
ot this city.
Mrs. W. H. Hoffman, Mrs. JL. E.
Spence, Miss Ncttin Hoffman and Will
Bennett drovo across tho country.
Lottie Doyle Ib spending a few days at
W. O. Mooro ot Swanton is in town
looking after his business affairs.
Geo. Denney, who is working in W, O.
Moore's elevator, met with an acciriont
Tuesday ovening which caused a frac
turo ot tho collar bone. Just how it
happonod wo uro uuublo to lunrn at this
J.,11. Horn haB decided to oroct n largo
auumon to nis nouee witu tho ponsion
money ho recoived, and Iiqb already
James Burden has gono to Guido
Koou tor a tew days.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that ot nnot bo
oured by Moll's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY Jfc CO., Props. Toledo, 0.
We the undersigned, have known F. J,
Cheney for the last 15 years and believe
htm perfectly honorable in all bnsiaess
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligation made by their firm.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, To
ledo, O. Walding. Kinnan i Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Core la taken internally
aetlng directly upon the blood and mu
oous surfaces of the system, Price. 76c.
per bottle, gold by all druggists. Tes
Or. Price't CfMMi Baking PewMr
A Pars (Vats Crsasa f Tartar Ptwfer.
Geo. Tiiilo'H FiniliiiK fnuo and bonovo
lout uouututianco is to bo seen in our
Advent meeting was held in tho school
hoiiBO ill district iO Friday ovunlntf.
Tho Garfiold literary holds its moot
intH on Saturday ovtMiingn eviry ono is
Clias. Mtel suppnrls a now top car
riiiKO and will lioroiiftur bo seen nt tho
head of tho prnoesalon.
John Wilson's whiskors have turnod
rrd ninco bis wife presented him with a
beautiful fourteen pound baby girl.
John is gottinir hotter.
Mm. J. L. Springer otnrtod for Idaho
Monday ovening, where she joins her
husband who wont Inst May.
Lindsey Hocket wont out into the
yard, gave his dbg u good threshing,
kissed the cow, hugged his one eyod
mulo, jumped sixteon feet in tho air nnd
said "by jinks I'm dad."
The Dnrllnglou, Wis., Journal says'
editorially of a popular patent inudloinu:
"We know from experience that Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera an J Dlarrhcoa
Remedy in all that is claimed for it, ns on
two poCHMOun it stopped vxurnolating
palnx and possibly saved us from an un
timely grave. We would not rest easy
over uiitht without it in tho house,'
This remedy nndonbtodly Haves more
pnlu nnd suffering than any othor medi-
olnw In the wo'ld. Evory family should
keep it In the house for It Ih sore to be
needed sooner or later, For ealo by Dejo'
Jem GreonhulgB) is in Kansas husking
Thos. Finny, and wifo visited with rel
atives and frionds in Kansas last weak.
Edna and Mablo Woodsido havo re
turned from Illinois and will keep house
for thoir father,
Mrs. Shuman and grand-daughter
CoraMagnerot Guido Rock havo oouie
to spond tho winter with Goo. Matter.
Mrs. A. II. Carswell is in Now York
Allon Vance, Everrett Britton, War
ren Denney, Erwin Bates and John Mil
ler hnvo all gono to Iowa to husk corn.
Mm. Pervia ot Superior was visiting
at Mr. Orr's lust week.
Will Urr bus returnod from Iowa.
Mr. Robinson having diod Pet. 15th,
after a long sickness, Mrs. Robinson re
turns this WOek. SlMI'SON.
In ninny cases, tho first work of Ayor's
Sarsapnrilla is to expel tho offeots of the
other medloine that have been tried in
vain. It would be n saving of time and
money if experimeuters took Ayer's Sar-
sapariUa at first instead of at last,
Olivor McCali was canvassing Line
township this weok in the interest of
Hon, James McNony and the balance of
tho republican ticket. Tho entire re
publican tlckot is an assured success In
John Morsdon who waa taken with a
backset from his late sicknoss. Is on
tho mond again under the care of Dr.
Rev. Anderson haB gone tq Croto to
attond.unnuul oonforonco of the United
dipt. W. A. VuuDyke -is on his way
homo from Honolulu, having sot sail last
The mooting nt Penny Creok last Sun
day was n grand buccoss.
J. E. Fox ia on tho mond with Dr, Mo
Kooby in attendance,
Wm. VnnDyko mot with quite a sort
ous acciriont last Sunday evening while
they wore coming home from Guide
Rock. As thoy wero passing Mr. Grave's
tho dog came out and scared tho hcrses
causing them to run away and upeot tho
buggy. Mr. VanDyke aud Ben escaped
with a fow scratohes while Frank and
Melvina wero badly injured, the latter
having been dragged in the wheel.
They aro under the doctors earn.
If your children are asbjeot to croup
wateh for the first symptom of the dis
ease horataaM. If Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy Is given as soon as the
child become horse It will prevent the
attaek, Xvm after the eroapy eough
has appeared the attaek eaa always be
prevented by giving this remedy. It ia
also .invaluable ft colds and wboepiag
eosgb. Ifoi sals by Dtyo A dries. ,
Highest of all in Leavening Power,- Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Mr. Crabb is teaching it cIiifo in vocal
music at Liouo Star.
Charley Cooper returned last week
from southeastern Kansas,
Mr. and Mrs. Contson attended tho
funeral of Mm. Vandorburg on Walnut
creek last MunJny.
Elder Slater has boon holding meet
ings nt tho McCrakiu school house.
Laat Sunday ho baptized LiUlo' Cooper
unci Charles McCrakln.
Mrs. Carpeiitor of Rivorton is visiting
with her Bister Mrs Edmanson.
John Clark nnd A. Pound aro each
feoding it bunch of western rnngo cattle.
Bert llurdick says they havo a boy at
their huuso and ho has como to stay.
Bert says they are nil doing well.
There wore ninotoon baptized ul Reck
creek lust Sunday. Sin.
The Eckley League uttenriori our En
deavor meeting last Sunday ovening.
Wo hud and interesting meetirg Bro.
Bart Morgan acting as leader.
The literary society uiet last Friday,
night, that boing thoir first mooting this
year. Dr. T. R, Hall dolivercd u lino
speech tho titlo of which was ''The Phy
sical man," sovoral other noted speakers
followed, each ono having a full houso.
Low Beal has nearly recovered from a
six weeks sicknosa. ,
Cashier Davis traded his bike off last
Sunday for a horse and cart. We under
stand the fellow gave a box otaxlogreeso
Wo hear thoro is going to be a wholo
siilo grocory houso put up in our town.
Jay Best is thinking somo of putting
in that Hlreot car lino that was tnlkod of
last winter, ho having just moved in tho
suburbs ot town making nearly threo
quarters of a mile from his office.
Wo know whereof we affirm when we
state that Ayer'n Pills taken promptly at
the first symptoms of colds and fevers,
arrest forthor progress of these disorders
and speedlaly restore the stomach, llvor,
and bowles, to thrir normal and regular
We wore glad to see Mrs. Potter out
to preaching last Sunday.
Mm. James York Ib able to bo around.
Judgo Stones left for Smith Contre
last Sunday on business.
An Ohio man was in this part lately
and Bays bay is worth 120 per ton in that
Clark StevonB is back from Indiana
and eaya there is no small grain and corn
is poor in places.
Rev. Hugh Graham ot Iowa a brother
of Harvey and Frank dollvered n very
ablo Bortnon at Mt. Ilopo last Sunday.
ir Troubled Willi Rheumatism
Annai'omh, Md Apr. 10, 1894. I have
used Chamberlnin's Pain Halm for rheu
matism and found it to be nil that if
claimed for it. I believe it to bo the
best preparation for rheumatism aud
deep seated musanlar pains on tho mar
ket and cheerfully rooommend it to the
public. Jno, G. Brooks, dealer in boots,
shoes, oto., No. IB Main St.
ALSO BEAD XHIB.
Mxcuanicsvilu, Bt, Mary County, Md.
I sold a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm to a man who had been snfforlng
with rheumatism for several years. It
made him a well man. A. S. MoQlll. For
sale by Deyo It Grioe.
THE BON TON'S
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Inavnle has a now railrond agent. A
Mr. Wnl torn from Colorado. He is
young man, unmarried, which makes '
tho young ladles' hearts lluttor.
MIfh Maud Knight is visiting, with
her sister in Alma this wook.
Mr. William Vanuo, son ot
Mrs. JamoB Vanco, a former resident .
ot this valo but now a traveling sales
man tor an Omaha wholesale house, was
a visitor u couple ot days last week
Bill has n good many frionds around
here and all wero glnd to boo him.
Mm U G Knight gavo a very pleasant
rocoptfon to u numbor of lady frionds
one day last wook. A bout twol vo guests
Tho Inavale choose factory will shut
down in about two weeks for tho winter.
Tho factory has a very lar run
and haB been an immoiino bolp to the
fanners living near. A few choice fac
tories and a good many altnlta Holds
would bo tho making of Nobniska.
Corn bus gone down to 1G cents per
biiHtial and hogn to $3.25 per cVt. It is
no wonder that the peoplo aro getting
tirod ot the democratic administration.
Wh'in Grover took charge of things tho
last time if you. will remember hogs wen
Belling at $7.00 owt. aud corn at 30 cents
11. G. awyor has ptirched the Thayer
hoUri, repluntored and roiltted it until
you wouldn't know it nnd will move into
it the coming wook.
Prof. D. M. Hunter whs around seek
ing voles In this neighborhood last Mon
day. Candidates had hotter bo looking;'
arter their chances for there aro none ot
thorn oxcopt Jim White tknt will have a
nuro thing until uttor tho polls close, . .
Tho death of Mm. Wulter Vanderburs;
of Walnut creok which occurred last
Sunday morning, wai u Bad blow to the
who.o neighborhood nnd especially to
bor relatives. She loaves a husband and
throe smutl children to mourn their loss.
Why Was It
that Ayor'it Sarsapnrilla, out ot the great
number of similar preparations manufao-
cured throughout the world, was tho' only
meillclne of tho klnil adialttnl nt tho
World' fair, Chicago? And why was It
tlmt, la splio of tho united efTorH of tho
manitfitctiirers of other preparations, tl)a
decision of tliu World's Pair Directors was
According to Ituus 13 "Articles
that aro in any way dangerous or
offonalvo, also patont modlclnos,
nostrumo, and empirical propura
ttons, whooo Inffrodionts nvo coti
cealoU', will not bo admitted to tho
Xxposltlon," and, therefore a
Beowt Ayer's HaMaparina h "not n
patent moillcliio. not a nostrum, nt'ul 'not
a sect ct preparation.
Bcaute Its proprietors had nothing lo
conceal when (ite4t!ouod as to the for
mula from which It Is compounded.
Jlicauu It Is all that It Is claimed to be
a Compound Concentrated Kxtract of
Sarsaparllls, and In every seuso, worthy
Die Indorsement ot this most important
committee, called together for passing
upon the manufactured products of the
Asbmltted tor KxWWtick
AT THE WORLD'S FAIR !
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