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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1895)
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And that we will be ready for business
, THE FIRST OP THE MONTH
WITH A MABE AMOKTMENT OF
. Christmas Gifts,
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SOMETHING FOR EVERY PERSON;
SOMETHING FOR EVERY PURSE.
Deyo & Grice,
pleased . .
To announce the arrival of our
Suitable for Old and
have sufficient variety
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, NOVEMBER 29,
Come and rest your wistful
eyes upon our beautiful
display, which is
to insure an easy choice.
L. B. Thorae ha gone to Michigan
to visit friend and relatives.
Jan. White of Red Cloud waa traa
acting business is this Ticinity tke
Utter part of last week.
W. A. Cox shipped a carload of
hags to the Omaha market Tuesday.
W. H. Bartlett of Campbell was ia
this oity a abort time Tuesday.
Menday and Tuesday wa. jaek rab
bit day, jadging from the number our
looal sportsmen brought into town.
H. M. MeOlure of Hastings was
looking up tome eolleotioaa ia this vi
einity early in the week.
Again tke ground waa eletbed in a
rake of the pearly white, and the
yeung people enjoy sleigh riding and
L. B. Thome and Henry Boyd kave
eaoh lost eight head mi naltle aiaoe
timing them in the stalks.
Charley Gunn of Edgar spent sev
eral days with L. E. Spanoe the Utter
part of the week.
Frank Boom and J. P. Johnson
were at Blue Hill Sunday.
The numerous onrea of rheumatism by
the nse of the old standard blood-purifier,
Ayer'a Sarsaparllla, show conclusively
that It Is an effeotlve remedy, if not in.
deed the apeolflo, for thle u.ost palnfol
and presistent of maladies, Vhat has
cored others will also onre yon
Jay Best wont down to Omaha last
Friday with a earload of hogs,
Ghas. Adamsou returned from Hall
oounty last Tuesday, where be has
been visiting his brother.
Mr. L. 0. Wilson, our popular
agent, and Misses Mabel Wright and
Maud Hura attended the band con
cert at Red Cloud Tuesday eve.
We understand Mr. Baker is going
out of the hog business.
Ghas. Fuller has lost ten head of
eattle within the last six weeks.
Maud Hurd waa visiting with
friends on Willow Greek last week.
Roy 'Wolfe brought la eleven jaek
rabbits last Monday.
Tommy Quinn was transacting busi
noss in our village Tuesday.
Jaok Waller and. Bart Morgan
killed a gray wolf Sunday. It ia the
largest one wo have seen sinoe leaving
Mr. J. L. Adamson held a grand
reoeption at his residence last Wedaes
That soft, rlob, glossy sheen, so muoh
admired ia hair, oan be seoared by the
nse of Ayer'a Hair Vigor. All the easts
taaoe that nature requires to make atrong
beautiful and abundand hair ia supplied
by this exoellent preparation.
Wattt afey y aide, we fare her Osstorla.
When aba waa a Child, the cried f or Osstorla.
Whan aba became Mtaa, aba dune to Otatoria.
Wfcaa aba bad Children, aba garethea Osstorla.
Public aale of thoroughbred Poland
China hogs, Monday, Deo. 2, 1805, at 10
o'clock n, m., oompoaing 0 head ot hoga
aa followa: 35 apring plga, oompoaing
boara and aowt, four aowa about two
years old; and my famous thoroughbred
Blach Hawk boar. No. 31723, coming two
years aid, aad weighing 600 pounde,
which waaalradbv WaokOk4Na.31SIT,
Pedigrese furnished with every pig sold.
W. P. Kokun & Co.
O, L. Winfrey, nuotionoor.
Hifhact of all is Learning Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report
Wa, Ryaa died November 24th,
1891, after a leag siekaess, eaased by
bloed poison. Ho weal to Kaasas
City in Aagast and had hia hand am
putated, and waa batter for a while
aatil hia arm began to awell. Hia
body was swollen to nearly twite in
aataral aue before he died. Ha was
baried ia the Red OUud eemetery an
Tuesday. Tka bereaved family have
the sympathy af the community ia
which they live. Snow Flaki.
tlC steward, fie.
Tht reader of thia paper will be pleaaad
to learn that there ia at least one dreaded
dlaeasa that soienee haa beon able to onre
inatlita stages, aad that ia Catarrh.
Hall's Oatarrh Core ia the only positive
onre known tou the medleal fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional olsaase,
requires a aonstitntloaal remedy. Hull's
Oatarrh Care ie taken internally noting
direetly on the blood i nd mnooa sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying:
the fonndation of the disease and giving
the patient strength by bnilding np the
oonstitntion and assisting nature in dolog
Its work. The proprietors have so mnoh
faith in ita earatlve powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for any oaie
that it faila to onre. Bend for list ot ts
Address, F. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, 0
tW Bold by Druggists, 70o.
The snow storm the first af the
week was a corker, It even stopped
navigation on salt oreek.
Mr. Elder Gay Garter (limited) was
a weloome visitor in Inavalo last Sun
day. He is B. & M. agent at Nap
onto new. The Inavalo girls smiled
to see him onoe more.
Unele Phil Eddy baa returned to
his boma here after an absence of six
months spent in Pennsylvania, New
York aad Canada. He is just as ar
dent a pop as over, and says the pops
are making great galas ia tke east.
Everyone is glad to shake his hand
A plaaobett has been consulted in
regard to the wedding spoken af in
last weeks Utter and it stoutly af
firms that Obristmas is tka time fixed.
Thero is no going baok on the spirits
so you may watch for farther particu
lars. The dance at Ool. Olmstead's last
Friday nigbt was a suooess in a small
way. That is, owing ta the cold
weather there was only a small erawd.
Gearge Hammell says ha eajoyed
himself perfeotly, however, aad that's
Mrs. Burwell gave a party last Sat
urday night to the yeuag friends of her
sen, Dr. Earl, tke oooasioa being bis
birthday anniversary. It was a grand
Skating is ripe aud several ekatmg
matches have been pulled off already
One in particular at Ool. Simon's
The mail route from here to Cora,
Kaasas, has been discontinued to take
offeot Dec. 7 this year. The routo
will hereafter got all their mail from
tha Rgok Island road at Smith Oentro.
The Iuavalo broom faotory is now
raaaing fall blast and working a
larger fares of mea tbaa avsr before,
fiibby & Co. are proprietors and are
taraiag autaa extra goad article.
Tka IaavaU aekoel U pref ariag to
give aa eatertalameat ! tka aaar
Or. Prica'a Craaaa Bakteg Pewar
A Pare tlraps Craaas ej Tartar Pewdar.
future, for the purpose of purnhasiag
backs far the library. Wateh for tha
date. It will be a ataaner.
Good adriee: Nerer leave home act A I
jonraey wlthoot abottlaofOhamberlalaw ' I
eolio, cholera aud diarrhoea remedy. For I
sale by Dbyo 4 Qrlee. ' J
SCHOOL ITEMi. ''l
Kdltrc.li, MU Mamie Welileman,
HitnnriHM i 'eaniwtta Dilly.
No school Friday tttternoon in tka)
fifth room, on account of refuanl of tin)
atove to supply warmth for the room.
Number four n w hange on the wall.
Quite an improvomunt. Why not make
Examinntion in Botany Wednesday
forenoon. Tim Foniora ex poo t to com
mence CherniHtry, Monday.
Miss Ella Cook taught the Physiology
class Wednotidity and Daixy Friable tka
Paul Diuksoii IihiI diHrg of the Gen
eral Hiittory cliitR WdnemlHy.
It in reported thitt Homuif the flftk
room pupils huvo bmii playing truant.
Rov. Muxfleld whb rf vary pleasaut call
Mr. John Potter, ono of the "noted"
aoniora ot '05, was visiting the sonool
Wednesday p. in.
Mr, Wiutora waa a ploasunt cnllcr
Wednesday p. ru.
Tbo reception given to tho asnlora of
'90 on last Suturduy evening was n da
lightful Bffuir Everyone reported it it
vory eujojablo ovening.
Where were the seniors Tue .day and
Wednesday? Only four being present
One ot the high school teachers de
cided to briog a large sized slipper with
her on Monday morning "a good thing."
The elites of 94 boustod of reading
more Cicero than any other previoua
class. The clnse of '95 bonuted ot read
ing tho moat (Jicro of any claw. Hut
wait, the claaaof '90 will come out uhead
of all previous olasees.
ST. VITUS DANCE,
A Pkyalclaa Praacrfbaa Dr. MHMf
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.:
My daughter Mattle, aged 14, waa afllclat
last spring with St. Vitus dance and act
vousness, her entire right side waa nam
and nearly paralysed. We consulted a ahf
slclan and he prescribed Dr. Miles' Restora
ClvoNorvlue. 6ho took throe bottles before
wo saw any certain signs ot improvement
but after that she bogan to Improre very
fast aud I now think she is entirely cured.
She has taken nlno bottles of the Nervine,
but no other medicine of any kind.
Knox, Ind., Jan. 5, '05. H. W. nosrama.
Physicians preacrlbo Dr. Miles' Remedies
because thoy are known to bo tho result of
the long practlco and experience of oaeot
the brightest, members of their profsaslea
and are carefully compounded by experi
enced chemists, In exact accordance with Dr.
Miles' prescriptions, as used ta ale practice.
On sale at all druggist. Writ for Da.
MUee Medical O., Bakait, laf
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