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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1895)
THE RED CLOVP CHIEF, FRIDAY, NOV. 15, 1895.
when you buy inferior soap
instead of the genuine
Santa a aus Soap
The favorite of every woman who ever used it
either in the laundry or for all around the house
cleaning. Sold everywhere. Maae oniy xy
THE It K. FAIRBAHK COMPANY, Chicago.
Netlce to 'icacHer.
Notice in horoby given that I will
examine all persons who may desire
to offer themselves at candidates for
teachers of the publio sohools of this
entity, at Red Cloud on tho third
Saturday of each month.
Special examinations will be held
the Friday proceeding the 3d Bat
wday of each month.
The standing desired for 2d and
Sal grade oertileates is the same no
grade below 70 per eeni, average 80
far cent; for first grade eertiloate
b grade below 80 per eeat., average
flt per ee'nt. In all branches required
D. N. HrjNTiB.Ooanty Supt,
BUY THKM L.IKK THUS
AND TELL JIKSW
Many ladles have wed our machlnei
twenty to thirty years in their family work
Mil are still using the original machines
jb furnished them a generation ago.
Many of our machines nave run more
an twenty years without repairs, other
wan needles. With proper care they
aw wear out, and seldom need repair.
We have built sewing machines for
jaore than forty years and nave constantly
improved them. We build our machines
a honor, and they are recognized every
were as the most accurately fated and
fcdy finished sewing machines in the
a. our latest, the "No. o." Is th
result of our long experience. In com
psiitipn with the leading machines of the
jrorW, it received the Grand Prize at the
ftris Exposition of 1889, ns tho best,
xher machines receiving only complU
Btarymcdals of gold, silver andbronze.
Tne Grand Prize was what all sought for.
no our machine was awarded it.
Send for our illustrated catalogue. We
ant dealers in all unoccupied territory,
HEELER t WILSON MFG. CO.
S. E. Cozad, Agt.
sf-NASK & MoNITT, '
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Moo Bixx?k, - RED CLOUD, NEB.
OotleotionB promptly nttended to, and
Notice or gHlc.
Za the esatter ot lbs estate ot Hurnli A, Hop.
klus.an iooatupetent person,
Kottoo Is hereby given that In pursuance of
sjaordcrotl", II, lltalt, judge o( the dlstilot
dart of Webster county, made on H10 ninth
-aayotKoveniber, 18, for tho salt of the real
state hereinafter described, there will he sold
at thy east door of tho court house In Ited Cloud
reosur counir, neurasKu. on mo unit
ewuer. last, at ono o'clook p, m.. at
aaiue to the highest bidder f er cash Ii
1 following described reitl estate
the highest bidder fer cash In hand, I
ring dxscrlbcd reitl .state twlt;
haJt(nM) of the northeast nuarterl
(MUI 01 section throe. (s) tow two (2) north
I two (8)
. 11.. Wi
braska, Halt sale will reaulu
KrObt, T, mterTlfUAitty:
and Is the result ot sud
den climatic changes.
Ely's Croam Balm
Is acknowledged to bo the most thorough cure
for Nasal Catarrh Cold In Head and Hay Fev
er, ot all remedies, It opens aad cleanses the
nasal passages, allays pain and Inflammation,
heals the sores, protects the membrane from
colds, restores (ho senses ot taste aad smell.
The Balm Is applied dlreotly Into the nostrils,
Is quickly absorbed and gives relief nt once.
The results that follow catarrh, doe to the
dropping of poisonous matter Into the throat.
Irritation of the bronchial tubes and soreness
f the lungs, accompanied by a ceugh. In all
such caases wo recommend l'iueola Balsam to
be used In connection with Cream Balm.
ELY 8 l'INKOI.A, BALSAM will be found ex
cellent lor all throat and lung Inflammations
and tor asthma.
benefit f rom Its use
as It quickly abates
assisting- nature In
tissues. There Is a
large per centage
ot those who sun-,
noso their coses
who are only auf
n olironlu cold or deeo seated
often asiri nvatod hv catarrh. Iloth rom-
cdles are pleasant to us?, i'rlco of Cream
Haim.rjoc per bottle; llneola Balsam, 25c. in
iiiamltteso( 2.w wo will deliver freo ot ex
press or postage, on receipt ot amount,
KLY DUOTHEIW, 66 Warren St., New York.
flUuMM aad bwaunas thalala
rnmota, a luxuriant growth.
Sfavav Valla va Baatara Om
Juir to Ita YeuUkfal OoTot7
Ohm scalp AYmu Tbalr ftulaf,
ThS ealy sura Car for Cam. Btopatfl fda-Ci
mtw m tmtmum wuaiag tsar.uvav m
aM Ckkkcatcr'a Eaallak Dluol .
ttrtataal aai Oal Haaalaa.
art, al.aj. rrllabla. taoica a.k
ureiilrt Sir Cklr hitler $ KHttttk tilt-,
nrtmi la Hta mil l.'olj m.ulllo
in, aralai viib IiIm rittaio. Take
U ilira4 for jiarlteaLrl, uallmonlal. aul
"HUf J for radln," In Ulitr. bj rrtara
I JU mnJ imllmt fan.. At llrula.a .iimIJ.
tail. ii,ifuw iciimniui, itamt ruptr.
?"TMrraaaiicBa vawamaaiaaa Paul
uMn ' i. ni. Aent8. $75
iiak. Si.lailTa urrlter. Ta
IUM m.kWak.r. Waikxallilia
dl.tita for a rami) laaaa ralaata.
VukH, lltiMa au4 dflta Ib.tn
villi. l wttila( Ilia h4i. Y.a
pain laa balloa, lha siaehlfca data
lb. t.,l. nriaat, poll.bl dlibit,
aad ebatrrul wlvtl. No acaldad
w. r. siuuuww t cex. cwtt a, is, caiaik, w.
Uerman Insurance Co., Vreeport, 111.
Royal tusuiance Co., Liverpool, England.
Home Fire Insurance Co., of Omaha, Nebr.
Phoenix Assurance Co. ot London, Kng.
Te Manchester rlre Aksarance Co. o( angland.
Sritista America Assurance Co. Toronto, nan.
utnal Heserve Fund Life Amu. of N. Y.
The Workman Hulldlng and Loan Association
of Lincoln. Nebraska.
Offloe over Mizer'a
R. J. 8. ENIGH,
RidOlodd, - Nebraska.
Over Taylor'a Far at Cure Store.
Extracts teeth without pain.
Crown and bridge work a specialty.
Porcelain Inlay, and all kinds ot gold fillings,
Makes gold and rubber plates and combination
All work anisrantend to ho first-class.
me CuM, ouiiqsis mem ail
me Yost, work is Pefiecilon.
me Densmorc, itie liqui Runnmo Densmoro.
101D Farnam St, Omaha, Neb.
A.C. Hosmer, Agt., Ued Chud, Neb.
Hb I "A
F. P. Hadloy, papor hanger.
Mm. Grandma Albright is quite, sick.
Rev. Mattox departed yestordny for
O. II, Mehagan was in the city this
Cap. Houchin enys ho has gonp back
on Kontuclty, his birth stato, bocauso
she has gone republican.
Mr. Foter Albright and wlfo cxpoct to
return to Nebraska In a tow wooke, hav
ing tired of Pennsylvania.
Will Parkor has bought tho Hacker
Btoro building and will erect a dwelling
Just south of T. C. Hacker's.
If you dosiro to havo your barbering
dono nontly and quickly, go to Wtn.
ZoluiT, Two doors south of Chief ofllce.
"Last night," said a traveling man, "I
nhoolti have missed my train and lost an
entire day bat for a little information
notioed in tti6 Rand-MoNally Guide,
will never be without it again."
The list of letters remaining at the
postofllce uncallod for up to Nov 14,
Denver Dan Langdon O 0
Little Geo Rector J N
The abovo letters will be sent to the
dead letter ofllco Nov. 28, 1895. If not
called for. Fhank Cowden, Postmaster
The wife of Mr. Leonard Wells, of east
Btimfield, Mass., had been suffering for
two days from neuralgia, not being able
to sleep or hardly keep still, when Mr.
Holdeo, the merchant there sent her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm, end
asked that she give it a thorongh trial.
On meeting Mr. Wells the next day he
waa told that she was all right, the pain
had left her within two hours, and that
the bottle of pain balm was worth $6.00
if it oonld not be had for less. For sale
at 60 cents per bottle by Deyo Grioe
i niiliiii ii aa.aiaa
Mrs. A. J, Carey is sick with ty
We use the hest materials in our
Landlord Oatman will soon oeoupy
the Holland House.
Wm. Duoker is baok from a trip
through tho northwest.
Notwithstanding the hard times,
The Ciiief'b subscription keeps grow
log larger and larger.
First-class job work at this offioe
in every respect, or money refunded.
Priees to suit the times.
Landlord Dilly has purchased the
MbKecby building, to be aBsd as a
sample room for his customers.
New batoher shep in Moon bleok.
Fresh and salt meats, John Wil
helmson, proprietor. Call and see
Remember The Chief gives all the
news far $1, besides giving you a
handsome premium. You want the
paper; wo want tho dollar.
Red Cloud Encampment, I. O. O.
F,, was re-organizrd in this city last
evening. Grand Patuiaroh Kloin
and ilcpresontativo tloagland woro
present. A very pleasant time
Some rcullaxltles of Icebercs.
Derelicts and icebergs are among the
dangers to which vessels are constantly
exposed, tho latter being perhaps the
more formidablo of tho two, because
there are more of them at certain sea
sons, and thero is no telling when one
of these monsters may hoavo in sight
An ordinary iceberg shows one-ninth of
its bulk above water. Dnring the pres
ent season a number of these masses of
loe at least 100 feet high have been
encountered by steamships. It is scarcely
possiblo to imagine an Iceberg with 900
feet of its bulk below water. One cap-,
tain reports having seen an enormous
field of ice at least 800 feot high and
3,000 foot long. It had evidently bnt
just turned over, as tho upper portion
was full of sharp angles and points, and
tho wntor waa trickling down its eido.
One of tho groatest dangers from ice
bergs is being in thoir vioinity when
they turn over. Tho Eca currents wash
and molt thorn Into nil sorts of fantastic
figures and points. Thoy molt below so
much moro rapidly than abovo that tho
ooutor of gravity becomes disturbed, and
thoy turn with tremendous force. Somo
times tho disturbnnco is almost equal to
a tidal wnvo and is sufileiont to upset
any small craft that may bo in its way.
Now York Lodgor.
To the Sufferers ol'KlieumHtlsnia
After using Croft's Rbeumatio Onto
for some time in my practice I tulfo
great ploasuro in saying that it is tho
most wondorf ul remedy for Rheumatism
in fact, it is tho only ono I havo found
for the ouro ot this disease in all Its va
D11. E. E. Toll, Chicago.
1 m m 1 .
Fat Began had a fnco on him that, as
ho had onco remarked himself, was an
' 'offluso to tho landscape ' ' Next to his,
homoliness his poverty waa tho most'
conspicuous part of Mm. An Irish neigh
bor met him recently, when the follow
ing colloquy ensued:
"An how are ye, Pat?"
i thaVs aktaria mm te ttu iaat"
"tothala m ttHNiliiTaf
pleasant for aythetf of yv' Montana
THE WINDOW OF THE 80UL
are tho eyes I loro black, brown or blue? 1
It matters not what 1m their shade or hue, '
Bo long as they nro loving, tender, true.
rhoy nay bo blno ns bluest summer sky
Or brown and black In deepest sliades tuny vie.
I love the soul which moots tnlno through the
the eyes which toll mo nil I enro to know,
Whose orbs with sympathetic fervor glox
And all tho heart within on tno.bestow
The wldo world lioldoth liono that can oxccl.
The soul within them doth my soul impel.
Dear eyes, I thank them for tho tnlo they toll.
Now York Tribune
THE TRIPLE CALL DOWN.
How Ilored Irish innn Silenced m Crowd
of Seir Admitted denials.
Thero woro four of them, as gonial,
good unturcd, wholo xoulod retailors of
old wives' talcs ns over got together in
tho smoking compartment of a sleeping
car. Thoy had all fed voll in tho diner
and settled down with tho anticipation
of enjoying n long evening of yarn
swapping. Thoy spread thomsoives over
as many of tho seats of tho smokor as
thoy could cover and crowded Into a
corner a largo, round faced, jolly look
ing Irishman, who was enjoying his
aftor dinner cigar. Somohow ho wasn't
amused by tho stories. Tho narrators
spread, themselves, but they couldn't
feaze him, and tho bored expression on
his face grow in Intensity as tho stories
wont on. Tho stories woro not funny.
Once in awhile thero was a gleam of
humor, bnt for tho most part thoy were
just commonplaco or vulgar. But they
Boomed irresistibly Humorous to the
four, who poltod their thighs and
Wheezed and chorttlod and roared as
each in turn finished his yarn.
At last tho big Irishman could endure
it no longer, and he broke in:
"That reminds mo of the farmer who
caught throe boys stealing apples in his
Tho original four turned toward him
with a look of expectant triumph, ready
to yell at the first sign of conclusion.
"Ho chased them, "went on the Irish
man, "and they all ran up a tree.
'Come down,' said the farmer, but they
" 'Will yo como down for onco?'
asked tho farmer.
" 'Wo will not,' answered tho boys.
" 'Will yo come down for twice?'
"'Wo will not.'
'"Will yo como down for three
"So thoy all camo down. "
And with that tho big Irishman wink
ed at tho only other man in tho com
partment who was not of tho story toll
ing crowd. Tho yarn spinners laughed
uproariously for a second or two, and
then a light wont up, as the Germans
say, and they stopped suddenly. They
looked at ono another for a minute,
searching for tho point, and then one
said, with a yawn and a stretch: "Well,
X guess it's bedtime. Goodnight" And
the party broke up, wondering. -Now
York- on. ,
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 $1 . Dr. J. A. McGill & Co.
4 Panorama Place, Chicago, 111.
For Sale by C. L. Cottlng Red
State of Nebraska, I
Webster County, f "
At a County Court, held nt the County Court
Koom, in aim for sum uouuiv, November -.'J,
A. II. 1836.
In the matter of the estate ot David II. Robin.
On rcadlug and tiling tho petition of Cynthia
Kouinsim, erasing uiai mo uisirumeni, meu on
thetddnyot Novcmbor, 1898, mid purporting
to be tho last Will mid TctainiMt of the mid
deoeuod, may be proved, approved, probated,
allowed, and recorded us the last Will and Tes
tament ot tho xnlcl David II. Robinson, do
ceased, mid mat the execution of said Instru
ment may tie committed and tho administration
of said estate may bo granted to Cynthia ltob
Inson as executrix.
Ordered, that Novomber 30th. A. D. 1805, at
8 o'clock p. m.. Is nssliwd for hearing sale pe
tition, when nil iersous Interested In ato mat
ter may appear ut a County Court to bo held In
uud for said County, and show cause why the
firayer ot petitioner should not bo granted; and
hat netlco ot the pendency of said petition
and the beurliiK thereof, bo Klven to all persons
Interested In said matter by publishing u copy
of this order In the Kcd Cloud Ciiim'.a week
ly nowspaper printed In said County, for threo
successive weeks prior to said day or hearing.
(A Truu Copy; Jambs Hurry.
j-3t County Judgo.
aaV CAtlakaatar'a ZaaUak MaaaM Rrui
atalaViM kfaas-aan.Taaal SaMafafaTiak
rT'TT -.WJL.TTTJ ' "- Ta
HJfilCMC&r9flY B Jf J
for Infants and Children.
THU1TY years' observnttoaTof Caatorim with the patron-:) of
millions of persoHs.-permtt w to apeak af It withoat gaeaslHg.
It la ttaqaaatloHaMy tha beat remedy for Iafaats and ChUdwm
the world haa ever kaowa. It la karmlesi. Cklldrem like It. It
glyea tkem- health. It will aave their lives. la it Mother, hay
emathlag whloh la aheolately safe aad practically perfeef. aa
CaatorU deatrey "Worm.
CatoHa allay rerarlalua u.
Caaterla prereata vemltlsMr gear Card.
Oaaterla ear IMarrhesa ajtd Wlad Oolte.
Caaiarla relUr Teathlsva; Troahlea.
Oaatarla earee Ceaatlpatloa aad riatmlaaey.
Oaatesrta Meatrall tho e-faeta of earheale aeld gaa or TstaWemema air.
Caatorla do mot eoataLa morphlaa. oplaat, er other aarcotlo gropi t.
CaatorU a ladlatea tho food, rogalat tho atoaiach aad howola.
srJrlmtT, healthy aad aataral al p.
CaatorU U pat ap la eaa-alsa hottl oaly. It la aet aeld la halk.
PoaH allow aay oao to 11 yea aaythlmg al oa tho plea or prosmlao
that It to "jmat aa good " aad "will aaawer every para o."
oo that yea rot A-T-Qlt.I.A.
Children Cry for
PLATT & FREES CO.
Chicago Lumber Yard
0 RED CLOUD, NEB.
Lumber, Lime. Coal and Cement.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.,
LUMMR KD GAL
Ruii.dtng Material, Etc.
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA.
Ho! Whoa !
iat Harness is
Why Don't you get Another?
J.Q. Butler is selling nearly AT COST.
"The" w atch.
Per timekeeping and durability nothing
beats tne seventeen jeweled
DeUBEB HAMPbEN Watoh.
and examine them. Also his line of
Plated and solid ,sllverware sonveitlr spoons,
pearl bandied knives and forks, carvlnic sets,
calllnircard cases, bon boil boxes and other
novelties. A line line ot spectacles and eye
glasses with Interchan gable louses, steel, nickel
silver and irold frames. Hpoclal and careful at
tention paid to flttlnff the eye. Mr line ot 2nd
band watches Is quite large. X will run them off
at less than their actual wort.
Cafllnng your watch, clocM and Jewelry re
pair work, our ontaavlnit and your old gold
and silver to me,
Do you desire tp mnko
OVK PLANS OF OPERATION
Make your money earn you a nonlhly salary.
$10.00 Hnd more made daily lj nur now Hys
tlmatle I'lau at Operation on small luvestmuuts
in praln and stock speculation.
All we ask Is to Investigate ou-new and orl
Itlnat methods. Past worklnss of plan and
blgbest references furnlsliod. tiur Booklet
Tolnts 6 Hints" how to make money and
otber Information sont 1'ltKU.
Uilmobk & Co., Haukers and llrokjrs,
Open Hoard ot Trade illdfr., (hlcaco.Ill
THE BON TO
$ BKEAD. BUTTER, X
-. a. .- a a a. .a. .a. ..--.--
W. TULLBYS, M. D.
OflkaVlrH rTatteaal'opMtlt Baak,
CansolMaief treated by majii
Worn Out !
I'ulillvatton of Suinmoni.
In tho Dl'trlet Court of tho Tonth Judicial PIs
trlct. In and for Webster t'ouuty, Nebraska.
I., llaiim, pl.intm, .
Fdwaril N'nblf, and NoMe, his wife, whose
first iihimh Is unknown, uud ueainst the un
divided oiih ha!f of tho northwest quarter,
unci tho undivided one half of the southwest
quarter of section nineteen, township one,
ranee, twelve, west of the sixth principal
moildlnn, In Webster county, Nebraska.
The defeitdxntH, Kdward Noble and .... No
hie, his wife, and all persons who havo or claim
U have any lutorest in, claim to, or lieu on the
above described real property, will takenotloe
thatontneicthdavof October, 18M, the, above
named plaintiff (lied bis petition In the above
entitled court, tho object and prayer of which
aro for nu uccountlhK of tho ouin duo him by
vlrtuoot cennln tax deeds Issued to said plain
tiff by the troasuror of said Webster county.
fmriuant to purchase of said land by said plaln
Iff for the tax of lH8, nit tho 18th day or April,
1893. for a foreclosure of defendants' Interest
In said premises, and for the foreclosure of the
Interest! of all persons whomsoever In said
land, for a sale of said premises, and for all
equitable rolief In the premles.
'he Demons above notified urn rrnutred to
answer said potltlon on or before tho sth day ot
December, ims. or the samo will be taken as
true and decree passed accordingly.
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
Notice Is hereby Riven that by virtue ot a
chattel montage dated on tho third day ot
July, 18M and duly filed In tho office ot the
county clerk ot Webster county, Nebraska, .on
the day of 189-nnd exeouteJ by Ro
bert L. Wright U Dempster Windmill Company
to secure the payment ot SW.oo and upon which
there Is now duo the sum ot (25.00 with Interest
at ten per cent from dato thereof, whloh note
was belore maturity endorsed and delivered by
aid Dempster Windmill Company to John
U. Itoso and by said John O. Itosn to tho under
sli?nod .who Is now the owner nnd holder tbero
of. Default hitvlntc beon mado In the payment
of said sum, therotorol will sell tho property
therein described towlt: Oun Dempster Wind
mill tower nnd pump, one bald-raced bay mare
about sevcu years old, with four white los,
one I'crklha road cart, one sot ni slnulo har
ness, at public auction In front nt Ed Kunko's
store ut ltosemont In the county of Wobster,
Nebraska, on the sotlulay of November, 18M,
nt 2 o'clock p. in. etsald day,
Dated, ltosemont, Nob., Nov, 8, 1895,
H. T. Potter, Flalntlfl Attorney,
Nollco is hereby given, lhat undor and by vlr
tuof an order of sale Issuw from the ofllco of
C O Jroeclerk of thp Ulstrlot court of tliw 10th
Judicial district, within and for Webster county
Nebraska, upon a decree In an action pending
therein, wlierelu '
Charles O Harris Is olaintitr nnii miii ui.
nerva Wilcox and John It Wilcox, defendants.
I shall offer for aula al
la ...... ii :..- .t;-
public vcudue. to the
highest bidder for cash
in hand, at tho east
door of the court Imuso, at lied
iHlt.l.t la. ..!,
Webster county. Nebraska, (Hint belnit the
bulidlnc wherom the last tefm of said 'court
TIM HIMUOU ,
On the 20tk y of November. A. a.
1 805, at 1 o'clock p. su,
ot said day, the IoIIowIbr described nropertr."
(13), fourteen (U)
fifteen (16), sixteen
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101. sixteen rim.
seventeen (17), eight-,
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llltv.tlinta ItIV uid
Ml. lb blnlr niiuiliAi MimUtliiiti
ajO'jwuBdwmy hand tbla loth day ef Oct
By 3, W. foe, Deputy. ff K
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