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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1896)
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Sold everywhere. Made only by
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The coiiQfcoti, ouiiosis te f ii.
me Yost, worK is penecilon.
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twenty to thirty years in their family work,
and are still using the original machines
we furnished them n generation ago.
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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
Unv'""1!1 frty years atul have constantly
mijirovcd them. We build our machines
on honor, and they arc recognized every
where ns the most accurately fitted and
finely finished sewing machines in the
world. Our latest, the "No. 9," is the
result or our long experience. In com
petition with the leading machines of the
world, it received the Grand Prize at the
Pans Exposition of J8S9, as the best,
other machines receiving only compli
mentary medals of gold, silvcrand bronze.
The Grand Prize was what all soughtfor,
and our machine was awarded it.
Send for our illustrated catalogue. We
want dealers in all unoccupied territory,
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r 415 ,1B7 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO,
S. E. Cozad, Asjt.
(Iilrhrolrr'a rncll.h Illauonit IlrainT.
(trfglnul and (Inly (Jcmtlnf,
re, ); irliaMe. ladii 01k
luifrlit Ut Out Mitt rr t Wu
.mond tiriHt n I tid tal fiifJturUlilo
itioin avtiM wtto Uq rtbrmq Tula
aiiulhrr. iVtVuit JjnaetHi rulifiiu
itOHMmnti tnt in n AiDrvfclaii.vrtenJ If,
in larapi it 1 " 1 n, itJlliaDiW tuj
"Itrllcr for I mlliK.'MxMfir. bjrrrturir
Ali.lL It).(HH) lolliilfl Ikll. lrt.Ujl,i
MAIDS AT THITOI,
I''ur timekeeping and ihiinlilit imtliiui;
beats the seventeen jeweled
Di:ithkk UAMPnK.v Wr011.
and examine them. A lno bin lino of
I'l'iti'il ami Milltl sllveruiitr, !imelilr u)iiiih.
peti'l luiiiillml Mike mid folk, c irliiK !,
callitiir eard cases, Ion Inn. Iklxci mill otliei
iit)vclllc. A title line of NtoUudos mid fe
(!lntis wild In liTrliaiiKiililuli'lisi-H, slew, nlcKfl
"liver uii'l t'olil frutiii-, bnocl.il mill c.irt'lul id.
Ii-nllmi imIiI 10 lltlliiit tlm i-t. My llnu of :'nd
li.ind u-.ithi'i Ib iiiillr l;iriri. I ulli run tlii'iu nn
ut Icsi than tlirlr iiotiml wnrtli.
ttfliriiiKyuiirn.'itPli, clock ami Jowt-lry ro
(iiirw rk.joiir ctiirraviiii; in:d jour old koM
imiiInI crtn me,
More that half the victims of consumfh
Hon do not know they have it. Here Is a list
of symptoms by which consumption can
certainly be detected ;
Cotigb, one or two slight efforts on
rising, occurring during the day and fre
quently during the night. "
i Short brtalbmg after exertion.
Tightness of tie cbtst.
Quick pulse, especially noticeable in tin '
(evening and after a full meal. 1 '
' 'Chilliness in the evening, followed by
Slight fever. J
Perspiration toward morning and .
"Paleface an languid in the mornlniM
Loss ofvtlaliy. fo
If you have these symptoms, or any of ,
them, do not delay. There are many
preparations which claim to be cures, but
r.)ititriERguiBfun(4v for Consumption
has the highest endorsements, and has
stood the test of years. It will arrest con
sumption In its earlier stages, and drive
away the symptoms named. It is manu
factured by the Acker Medicine Co., 16
and t8 Chambers St., New York, and sold
by all reputable druggists. r
Snld outright, no rent, no rorkltr. , AiUptaA
tu C'ltjr, Village or Country. Needed In emr
lionin, inon, worn and offlcn. OroaUMtoonrea.
lenon and beat aeller on Mirth.
Ajrenta make from S3 to ftM pr bar.
On In a rnnldenca meuna a nolo toalllha
nelRhliora. I'lnnlnitrnmanU, no toja, works
anrwhare,an7dliunce. Oomplets, read r for
whan ahlpixnl. Can bo pat up ly an one,
nerar ont of order, no repairing, laata lit
ii.1"".' Warranted A monej maker. Writ
W. P. Harrlun A Co.. Clerk 10, Columbus, a
Kansas City, Mo., Stock Yards.
W'sMfe MONBY LOANED
Xi MCMHKAY,f 8USMtM. . ... A" ,.... .
. W. T. GRAY, Office. Market Itsporta Fko.
ff5T -mr A'
Dentist, .,,-'" "
Hki) Ci.oni), .-, :"""' Nkiikask
Oir 'S.'it'i'ir'M irurnlli.ro More.
i;trvivMfi'lli wlilinut imlii.
f.ttt mill iiriilM work u Rn-cl.ili
I'lir.-H iln Itil.ij, iitid nil kl'MN or itolil nillnisi,
Muki soM Mill lulitior pl,m himI coiiiliiiiut on
All work k'uarjiitce.l to be flrstclass.
JLIED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JANUARY 1(),
hi III win cr.
J'iihvin 'allco lius gone to Kearney
on a vihit.
Win. Jiiiiis lias returtieil from Illi-
M. M. Miller returned to Iowa with
.John 1'iiHitjli, whore lie will visit his
Bistur ami oilier relatives.
Geo. Mottcr and family recontly
paid a visit to tliur duttgliter mid
family in JutiiiUa.
Win. (Jro.tr and u-il'n attended an
entertainment ut iiculaii church in
Nuckolls county otiu night last week,
and visited at Vtu. iMiddletnn'H alio.
A oung lady rclutivu of Mr. .Io
Vance's from Ivoarney is visiting
them at present.
A literary has hron org.mizod at
1'rairio Centre hchooMiouse. V. A.
Ivilluugh, jircaidctit; Mina Hall, sec
retary. The enneort. given at Kckley by the
band of Guidu Hook was a musical
Ml I. II
Many mcreliiiutB arc well nworn Hint
tliuir i;iiHtomtrrt uro tliclr liost friutidn iuiU
tnlto pluifiiirii in PUpplying thutn with tlio
best ootln ntilainitlili1. At nil iiiHtiinee
wo mention Purrj A Ciuneritii, promlrioiit
(IriicgifttH of I'liishln, Mirhignn. Tluy
Haj : "Wo havo no liuUttitiou in rocom.
ineiuliiig ('lii.inbfrlntnV Cough I tonicity
10 our t'oiiRtoinurp, nn it ! tlm brst cough
medicine wo luivo ever Bold, and always
given xntiHfiiotion." For rule nt 'J.r nud
fid cwitd per liottl liv l)no & Grlcu,
TIioh. Kmerton started for tho j'ine
S'ar State lai-t week.
Solon Witrgins went to Tixnt to
winter. I lu will roimn in the spring
11 ho does imt find a butter place dur
ing hi- visit.
Kat.e Hirnrr has gone to Chicago
to visit with hir btotlior, and will re
main Home time.
Tames Martin blacked a mule's oe
with a kick. Excuse my mistake.
AtnnckN school has a vacation of
ono week, Kurner'w school two weeks
and Wagoner's ono month for holi
days. Question for debate January -lth:
Kcsolvod, That the IT. S. should de
clare war against hnglituu.
Christmas was observed at Lono
Stnr with a tree, and a splendid pro
gram was also rendered.
There wns a hop at John Peterson's
on Now Year's eve.
On Now Year's night tho friends
and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Stoffor,
about sixty in number, gavo thoin a
surpriec. At 10 o'olook supper was
ready and everybody ato a good meal.
After 11 few hours spout in games and
amusements, tho guests returned to
their liouiss, wishing Mr. and Mrs.
Stoffer many returns of the now year.
Thoro was also a party at Mrs. Luck
dart's, an oyster supper at Mr. P. A.
Hunger's, and a masquerado ball at
Stcffcn's old storo,
John Cooper and Will Clark havo
gono to Arkansas,
Oliver Baker has gono to Illinois.
Mr. J. W. McCraekin has returned
from Iowa. Jatiuwkeu.
. . ii.
If Battering with piles, it will interost
you to know that DeWitt's Witch Hazol
Halve will core them. This medloluo is
n speoiQo for all complaints of this char
acter, and if instructions (which nre sim
ple) are oarriod out, n euro will result.
We havo tested this in numerous oases,
Hud always with like results. It nevor
On Christinas oro a large gathering
gathered at tho school houso in dis
trict 90 to onjoy a very interesting
and oarofully prepared program and
to colebrato tho Lirth of our Savior,
Tho houso was comfortably filled.
Instead of tho old time tree, thoro
was something new and novel. Just
as tho tho malo quartet was singing
tho dosing song, tho curtain was
drawn asido and a boaiitiful ship la
den with presents oatuo rolling out oil
tho r.tago with Santa Claus in the
midst. It way vory ploasing to tho
children and old as well, Itolow ,ifl
tho program: , .
bong, We'll NcveiSiy Uood-by.
Soripturo J(aavlitig and Prayor. V
Titno is Como
lleo., Ono ChristiiiMS Morning, KlHio
lice., Christmas Tido, Carl Curtis.
I) ia It 1, 'god Dick's lisstou, Throe
lice,, Santa CUus, Koxio Weaver,
Song, Once In lon David's L'iu
D1.1., AtUntiiiii, Ttn ("JirN.
life , D.xi'l, Itollte Curtis.
Hee., Smt.i ('Litis IjiiuI. Iilli
Du, A Tium V,.iu,ii,Tu Cnls.
Song, Our S.iviors Mighty hove.
Dit , M.itriiiionv Mu iry-inonej.
Duet , .loll; ()id S.iiut Nioholas,
May Harrett and Ma Weaver.
lice., Dare and Do, C.ul Curtis.
Violin and On-an Duet, Mr. and
Dia.. Tlic Haunted House.
Hoc, Midnight Song, May Weaver.
Song, Sailor Dream, Quartet-
Tho entire program was well render
ed and well worthy of eouinnnt.
Kvrryene pnsent reported a splendid
lime. The dinlogucs and inngs wcro
vtrygood. The recitations were good
and sliowrd catcful preparation. Tho
violin and organ duct by onr school
teaoliirand wile, Mr. and Mrs. C. K
Kcre v was enjn ed In nvervoiii'. It
was a time to o- long remembered h
cvoryono presi ut
C. V) Kersev begun 'issi'ennd term
of school in district 'JO Mond i with
good sucnexs. Mr Krrsj is giving
Kvoryono preiient at tho M isiier
ado ball Now Y. ais ovu in tint store
building near iludnn, icport bavng a
nice lime, wishing it would happen
oneo a week.
Jteading Circle uiuuts ut the tost
deuce of J. C. liilliug-t Sattirdav eve
IS IT A TiMI'Ml;
'I'tlilt 4'onilliotl 'I'roiihlo, Suiir Stitlll -
mil, ,tv Kiiiih 11 10 It,, t tin Nuiiieu
( St'i'laillh lllciiskK,
"Sour Stoniiuli" is the common
name lor acid dspcpsia, and bceuune
it is u common cvmday trouble with
niauv people, tiny havo como to look
upon it as ol little consequence, as
aliccting tho gimei.il health. Never
tholess, tho most sciious diseases
have their bigimiing from this vcrj
condition. It is u tuned in t lie hist
place, from weiikuusH of the stomach,
which, instead ol pioniptly digesting
and disponing of tlio food, allows it to
lio in the stomach for hours, ferment
ing, causing ga, sour rising in tho
mouth, hojitburn, hcadachcx, oppics
sion, despondeuoy, dullues, etc.
Th blood is thin, impure, and cir
culation poor simply beoauso it is re
plenished from this mass of ferment
ing, half-digested lood. This condi
tion ol tho stomach cannot last vory
long without deranging tho nervous
system, the kidneys, heart, liver or
lungs. Which over is wsakest will
break down first.
Pure blood, strong nerves and muB
oles, firm healthy flesh can only 001110
from wholesome food well digested.
"Blood purifiers" and ''ncrvo tonics"
do not reach tlin causo of tho mis
chief. The stomach is tho point to
bo looked after. Tho safest and sur
est way to euro any form of indiges
tion Is to take after cash meal some
hamilcss preparation which will of
itself digest food. There is an ox
oellant preparation of this kind com
posed ot vsgctahlocssonccs, purt pop
sin, Golden Seal and fruit salts, sold
by druggists unaor name of Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets and theso tablets
takon after meals assist digestion
wondsrfully because they will digest
the food promptly, before it has time
to ferment and sour and tho weak
stqmach rolicvcd and assisted in this
way soon bttomos strong and vig
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets aro
superior to any secret patont modi
oines beoauso you know what you are
taking into your stomach, They aro
sold by druggists ovorywhoro at 50
Our vonorablo friend, UncloTeratny
Leigh, is vory low with typhoid fovor.
Dr. MoKoby io attondanoo,
, Miss Molvina YanDyko roaoked hor
destination at Chico, California, and
ig woll pleased with hor location.
Tho annual meeting of tho town
board of Lino township was hold Sat
urday and sottlomonts wore made with
tho diiToront town trusts.
Mcrt Fern and wife aro back from
Corning, Kan. Mr. Warrington and
sen accompanied them home,
Will Norris dopirted Now Years
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Pure flrape Cream ol Tarter Powder.
Higlicst of all in Leavening
my fur QiiK.cy, III., where lie will at
Mid business eollcgo tho coming
Our ministor, Ilov. Wolls, has been
Hi-ting llev. Ilumrich with protraot
d ineotiegs 011 Walnut creek tho past
Mrs. Maynard is in Iowa visiting
Miss Mm mn (Jr-voB is tenoning tho
Penny Creek school whilo Miss
H'nucho Sherman is on tho sick list.
Hulgo Lcggett has rented tho Wo
borniain farm for tho coming season.
A series of prayer meetings will bo
h"d nt Penny Crock every Sunday
ve, and at Pleisant Dale every Thurs
d ly ve. The.e meetings will bo hold
by the young converts. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all.
IS i' warn ol' Ointments lor Cut
in ill tlmi 4'onlnln ni ere ury.
An iiHTeiiry will Ttirtly destroy tlm sunse
of Hindi nml completely ilcraiine tho
"lioln system when entering it through
tho mucous surfaces. Such articles should
inner lio lined except ii iriHoriptloiiH
fmiii reputaliln iliysiulnim, us tliudiimiiKu
they will do is ten fold to dm good you
fan iii)y derlvo from them. Hall's
catarrh enri linitiiifiiottired by I'. .1. Ulmii
iiy Sr Co., Toledo, O , eontniiiH no mercury
mid is taken Internally, acting directly
upon tlm blood and mucous Hiirfaoen of
tlio Hyrieiu. In buying Hall's entnrrh
our Im Hire you gut tho genuine. It U
(alien internally, and made, in Toledo,
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney .t Co., testimonials
CSPHohl by druggists, price "."e. por
W. II. Hoffman was a passenger to
Upland the foro part of this week.
The township efiiccr.i of Glonwood
townhip met Tuesday at J. Pashby's
oilifiiiiud settlod up their accounts
0 C. lieiiiiott is having quite a scr
ioih time with throat trouble.
N II irtlott drovo ovor to Bluo Hill
Saturday. Jft 'Ai.V0'--" 3
Dr. Swigartol Hosoland was among
fiiendn in this city Saturday.
Uuviir.il of our boys attonded tha
New Year's danco at Campbell Wed
Dick Tibbotts. who has bcon stop
ping at Heartwell. uamo down tho lat
ter part of tho wook to attond the in
stillation of tho officers of tho G. A. B,
and W. U.'C. Saturday at their hall.
Mrs. C. H. Clark returned homo
Friday ovoning from a six wook'H vis
it with friends iu Iowa and Wisconsin.
C. II. Clark was a Bluo Hill visitor
Dr. J, B. Uioks from tho oast is
visiting with his nephew 0. K, Hicks.
J. E. Yost shipped a car of hogs to
tho Omaha markot and accompanied
tho oar, Tuesday morning.
i - e e
Miss Vofronico Robinson was tho
guest ef C. Busscr and family Satur
day. Miss Gcrtio Brown of II. C. was
visiting hoio last week.
Susie uakcr was visiting in Jicd
Cloud last Thursday.
Miss Bissio Malook of Cowlcs is
visiting iu this vicinity.
Lawrcnco Carpoutcr is visiting his
undo, J, . Saladcn.
G. W. Uuker and wife woro visiting
their nephew, H. Diodorioh, in B. 0.
Tho mcotings closed at Amboy Sun
Tho choir meets at Amboy Satur
day ovo at 7 e'clnok.
Tho Sunday-school clooted now offi
cers last Sunday for 181)0: II, SIikI
den, Supt.; Laura Frisbio, Asst. Supt.;
Lizzie Trunkoy, Seo'y; May Trun
kov, organist; Susie Baker, chorister.
Tho party Tuosday night at Mr.
Boal'u was a grand auooess,
Mrs. MoBrido and Mr. and Mrs.
Fiuoh of II. 0. woro visiting nt Frank
Frisbio's Now Yoars day.
Miss Mary Baker of It. 0. is visit
ing at G. W. Bakor's this week..
Mrs. 0. C. Cox oatno homo Wednes
day from a threo wocks' visit iu Kau
nas. Dot Saladcn and wife, Alf Saladen
Power Latest U. S. Gov't Report
md Sue linker spent Wednesday ovev
Henry Lee was nearly killed by be
ing run over by a horse Sundey night.
Kmory H an was in the vicinity of
Cowlcs on business Tuesday.
Peter llnin.cn rcturtird Irom NuoL"
olls county hut week where he baa
liotn visiting lorsuveral woiks.
The icport is that seveial of tho
fniuiprs aro loosing hogs with cholera
in this locality.
Miss Nora MeCall commenced
school iu diHtriui X Monday.
Kortlui Wi"ecnrverreciivcd a sovoro
kick in tlie tacit from a lnr.o ono day
lO'ieruti Bern smiles over tho ar-
rivil it .1 line baby boy at Ins house,
I'J Iwur.l O'Neal Irom ne.tr Cowlcs
was in tint Muiuily .Uunday 011 buai
ins. Mr. I. kh.irt and wife of Cathertoa
wei'- v suing at iMr. H.tiuay's tho Int.
lei pill., f lust week.
Mr. ui lOturnrd homo Item n
six w" k'- viiit to her daughter in
Topiki', K'Uicas, last wi cl,
Them will bo a wolf liuotlu C.tlhur
too tiWiivhip Saturday, ilamiary 2o,
at 10 o'clock. All aro onidinliy in
vit d t'. tty their skill.
On last Siturday as Mr. Holdrcgc
the V. S mill carrier Irom Itiav.iic to
Otto was li.iving Otto tho ring ia tho
uuckjoko liNiko ami that frightened
1I10 team and unused it to run nvny,
breaking the louguo out ot tin buggy.
Mr. Iloldrtu roouivid a re liiil'.e
up. There was a party at Mi Ciopcr's
Friday evening. Kvirsoiic hud a
On Tuvsdny of this week thoro
occurred nt Mr. JotisonV iicur Cowlcs
a double wedding. Tlio contracting
parties wcro Mr. C. Jensen and Miss
Constant Audotsoii, and Mr. (loldburg
Anderson and Miss Don Jensen.
Tho iii)stio words were spoken by
iluv. Anderson, About fifty of thuir
muni intimate friends ne.ru present.
They roccived sunn costly and beau
tilul pitmen s Tliu m ur ixtcuds
eougrntulatiooH. S UN's 11 int.
Heart Disease Kills
Suddenly ; lint no vcr without warn In sy in
tomH.fiuch au Taint, Woalc or llunu'iySiMjIv,
Irregular or Intortnlttotit I'ulso, l'luttcrln
or Palpitation of tho Heart, Chollun Hcns
tlona, Khortncss of Ureath.Hwellluuot fectj
and Ankles, etc.
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure,
Cures Heart Diseasc.1
Mr. Geo. L. Bmlth, of tho Geo. I.. t)mtU'
Mantel Co., Louisville, Ky., vrrltc-i Feb. 93,
1KH: "For about a year I was a terrible Suf
ferer from heart troublo, which got so bad
I was obliged to sit up in tied to got my
breath. 1 hail to abandon business a,ntl
could hardly crawl around. My friend, Mr,
Julius 0. Voght, ono of our loading pharma
cists, asWod mo to try Dr, Miles' Heart Cure.
I had used little more limn u bottlo wheu
tha pa In conscd and palpitations entirely
disappeared. I havo not had tho ultKhtcgt
troublo bIiico, and today I am attouillux to
business as rogularly as over."
Sold by rtruBRlsta ovorywhoro. Ilook on
Heart and Nerved sent free. AddiivM Dr.
Miles .Medical Co., Elkhart, lad.
Dr. Miles' Iicmcdies Ucstore HealUi.
INr luorphluo or opium In Dr. Mile1 PAIS
l'luia. Cuim All I'ltlit. "Onoe.mtniJosu.M
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