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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1896)
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makes wasli-day as easy as any other day. Lessens
the labor, makes the clothes white, and does no dam
age. Thousands of women say so surely they are
not all mistaken. Sold everywhere. Made only by
The N. K. Fairbank Company, - Chicago,
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For timokoopiug and durability nothing
bouts tho aovonteon jowuloil
Deuhkk IIampdkn Watch.
Call and oxutnino them. Also a
lino lino of
Spectacles and Clocks.
A full Mock t stie'Hacles iiml eye
qlasse.s with Interi'tiangalile lenses, steel, nickel
silver ami eolil frames, .Spccliil and careful at
tendon paid to lltting tlte ujo. My llnu of 2nd
band watches Ik quite Litre I will run tlicm oil
at lest than thelrnctiial worth.
tr-Hruig your wnteh, clock anil Jewelry re
pair work, your engraving and your old gold
and silver to me.
l' Watch Examiner for R. & M. R. R.
Mr. Hauthorn of Superior and a
brother of Wm. Hauthorn is visiting
, s few davs with friends in this vicin-
Iliorov Jones of Nucleoli's county
( moved onto Mr. Adam's farm west of
town the fore part of this week.
Rov. Williams of Linooln preached
LJahc Baptist church Monday even-
Ohas. Gunn and wife of Ong are the
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guests of Ins brotuor-m-iaw n v
James Hubka and Unas. tlullor
shipped a oar of hogs Monday morn-
Robt. MoCallum who has boon at
ansas City for tho past three month
l-ecciving troatmont for cancer of tho
ace, returnod homo tho latter part of
Rov. Hummol is meeting with good
tueoess in his royival meetings held
hi tho G. A. It. hall and is doing cood
M'.nrl- in hritu'inc tli p. Rinner to roncn-
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inoo. It is to bo hoped that tho
foi work will continue until all of
llauon has boon converted.
Hoffman and Ilartman rccoived
lothcr oar of $4.00 por ton eoal.
Cox Britton and soveral others
ipped out several oars of hogs Tucs-
filing, lu'uluiK, cleansing, DoYVItt'a
n iif nzo1 H,,,vo is tl,u tuun,y t0 80l,,,,
w tUhrwiA piles, whioh it uovwr fails to
his en&LtiH UohitiL' and buruitiL', Cures
l'Pr'sV-lim nnd uold-sores in two or
' III nnn '
0 L Ootllug.
Just as yours will be if
you continue using poor
Evoryono is enjoying the foggy
Mr. Castor o! Lincoln w.ts in our
neighborhood on businc- Saturnay.
Misses Marker and MuCall were
visiting at A. N. Vilon's Sunday.
Henry JiCti has recovered Irotn his
C. H. Wilson has finished hia new
R. B l'jyno oi HIarli it :i- in Ked
Kmery Beau has innvtVi onto the
farm formerly acoupiod by Mi. Bu
mpy. J. M. Marker it going to make a
The Free Methodist are holding a
series of meetings at North Star.
Mr. 0. B Pitney and family wcro
cal.VH at Mr. Duval's last Sundaj.
The wolf hunt in Batin township
last Thursday was not what was anti
cipated, so they will try it again on
Thursday. Tho one in Catherton
towtifhip next Saturday will be largely
Mr. nnd Mr?. C. II. Wilson wore
oallers at Mr. Wisccaivct's Sunday.
Last Friday evening several of the
youug folks gathered at tho residence
of J. B. Wisecarver and enjoyed them
solves for a number of hours.
3 W l'iorce, Republic, la., sajs: "I
have used One Minute. Cough Onro in my
family and for myself, with result bo en
tirely satisfactory thut I can hardly find
words to oxpross myself ns to its morit.
I will never fail to recommend it to othors
on uvory ocoasion that presents itself."
0 li Cotting.
Tho meeting at Maplo Grovo is still
going on with good success.
Miss Addio Toland is spending a
few days with Mrs. Davis.
Mr. L. Bailey and wife wcro pleas
ant visitors of Mr. Tolund's this wcok.
Mrs. Kdith Stanton is at Arapahoe
Mr. Toland has traded his ruti-away
horse off to Orvio Holmgrain.
John Fishburn has cone to tho
Platte valloy in search of work.
Mr. Ilito of Bladen is often scon in
North Branch whero his best girl is
going to sohool.
A AND ITS CUU35
To TnE Editor : I have an absolute
remedy for Consumption. By its timely use
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
permanently cured. So proof-positive am I
of its power that I consider it my duty to
send two bottles fra to those of your readers
who have Consumptionjhroat, Bronchial or
Lung Trouble, if they will write me their
express and postoflice address. Sincerely,
T. A. StOCTJM, M. C, 183 Pearl St., Hew Torfc.
ft- 'tho lilltoiUl anJ llatinou MunuKement of
ltd! l'ier Uuaruntcu tlila gcuuruus I'roi'ositlgu-
ej ':r5'r,':Sgilrry-c.-'gJhEr T-"X.-W''-M: - i : vVT?r-"L-j
CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JANUARY 21,
M. B. Beeves and sou, Harry, aro
visiting relatives in Nuckolls county
S C Hull carries his lip in a sling
th" result of a wire eut while fixing
fen i! p.
Mr. and Mrs. Gardner of Adamcs
county, were visiting at his uncle's,
Thos. FinoyV, last week
Alex Mourn nnd Jem Britton wcro
both compelled to kill their horses
that were out on the wire.
The sports made a roundup of Still
water township on Tuesday last, if
there were any wolves in tho ring
they made their esenpc, hut they
managed to bag several jack rabbits,
and a chiokon or two.
Mr. Finny, who teaches in the
Byker district, had the misfortune to
overturn his buggy while returning
from the League at Kcklcy, church
on Sunday night, and smashed the
buggy all to pieces.
The Kcklcy Sunday School elected
the following olliocrs for the ensuing
j car. Supcrentcndrnt, J. iJoufean;
Assistant superintendent, Win. Cro
zi r; Secretary, Jas. Geonhalgh, Treas
urer. Azez Monia;, Chorister, Annie
Tho girls ushurcd in Leap Year
with a party at Doe. Wcllr,(ino night
last week and tho old bachelors were
not forgotten, and if they will pick up
eourngc enough to say yes they may bo
fore it is everlastingly too late.
ICt'unre ttV Mnt incuts lor i.'nl
nrrli Unit Cuiilnlii ITIorrury.
As mercury will surely destroy tho t-etiHe
of smell uml completely durante, thu
whole nystetu when entering it through
tho mucous surfaces. Such articles should
neyer be used except an prescriptions
from reputable physicians, ns tho duinnu
they will do is ton fold to tho good you
can possibly derive from them. Hall's
catarrh cure mnuufaetured by F.J. Chen
ey it Co., Toledo, O , contains no mercury
and is taken internally, noting directly
npou the blood and mucous surfaces of
thu sjntem. In buying Hall's catarrh
euro be Hiiro you got tho Kenulno. It is
taken internally, nnd mndo in Toledo,
Ohio, by F. J. Cheney .t Co., testimonials
C3'"Sold by druggist, price 7fio. per
Mr. Barnes nnd family of Bostwick
wcro visiting at G. W. Baker's last
Scvoral Pleasant Hill people attend
ed tho Christian Endeavor meeting
Ernest Torrill is staying wish Dot
Geo, Law and Prof. Hoit attended
a danco at Mr. Kssox' last Friday
night. Oi the road homo thoy wore
so unfortunato as to broak a wheel on
their vehiole, and wcro obliged to
It is rumored that a wedding in
high lifo is soon to tako place.
Tho debating soeioty at this plaoo
is well attonded. Bring your dimes
and bcoomo a meinlor of this august
Charley Cookroll is regaining his
A temperance meeting takes the
place of tho UBual Endeavor program
next Sunday. Considerable effort is
boiug mado to mako tho evening en
tertaining and instructive.
Elva Toachworth is staying with
her sister, Mrs. Chas. Frisbie, this
Robt, Mitchell and Louis Best do
sire to thank tho donors of thoir
Al Morrltt can go home now with
out his hat.
Why not havo a skating party ?
Tho ico is lino.
This is leap year, but two young
ladies took timo by tho forelock and
requested two of our handsomost
youths to accompany inom noma.
good exampio xor wio rcsi 01
Children Cry for
Tin young folks met at th home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. A Wells Monday
evening and pnolieed songs lor tho
Mr. Jas. Itobtnson, son of Mrs. I).
II. Robinson, 15 expected soon, Ho
will farm in this county.
Miss ('era Newton, niecn of Mrs,
L. A. Crozicr, will arrive in a short
time and visit friends and relatives.
Mrs. Arthur MeKoi-han is visiting
with her uncle, J. R. Coon and fain-
A pic social will he given at the
home of thu Misses Susie and Buisle
Spracher. All a-e anticipating a
A good attendance at League Sun
day night. Meeting was conducted
by Wm Crozicr. Meeting will bo
led next pveniuir bv J no. Motter. All
arc invited to attend.
Protracted meetings will non ho
held. W. .). N.
For a pain in the client 11 plecn of
limine! dampened with Chamberlain's
l'aiu linlin nnd hound on over the seal of
thu tinin, and another on the back be
tween thu shoulders, will afford prompt
relief. This Is especially valunblo is oases
where the pain is onuso by u cold and
tlieruisn teudenny toward pneumonia.
For Halo by Dojo Si Oriee.
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Chas. Arbunldc sold iivo hogs last
week at $2.17 por hundred.
Listen for tho wedding bells, you
will hear them next week.
The sick psoplo in this part aro all
Sunday-school every Sunday morn
ing at 10 a. in. Prayer mcoting every
Wednesday night. Kp worth Lcaguo
Mrs. C, Barret's health is improv
ing. Mrs. Fair is recovering very slowly.
Gel Strength, Vigor, Clenr Com
plexion nml Good Digestion,
not liy I'ntenl Medicine, mil
' in Xntii re's Own Way.
An honest physician will tell you
that thcro is only ono way to get in
creased flesh; all tho patent medicines
and cod liver oils to tho contrary not
withstanding. Naturo has but ono way to inorcaso
flesh, strongth and vigor, mind and
body, and that is through the stomach
by wholesome food, well digested,
There is no reason, or common sense
in any other method whatever.
Peplo are thin, run down, nervous,
pale, and shaky in their nerves, sim
ply ncoauso ineir siomaous are wcbk,
They do not think thoy havo dys
popsia, but tho faot romains that thoy
do not oat enough food, or what thoy
cat is not quiokly and properly di
gested, as it should bo.
Dr. Harlandson says tho reason is
because tho stomaoh lacks certain di
gestive acids and poptones, and defi
cient secretion 01 gastric juico.
Nnturcs remedy in such cases is to
supply what tho weak stomaeh lacks.
Tlioro aro scvoral good preparations
whioh will do this, but nono so readi
ly as Stuart's Dyspopsia Tablets whioh
aro designed cspeoially fur all stom
aoh trouble, and whioh cure all diges
tivo weakness on tho common sense
plan of furnishing tho digestivo prin
ciples which tho stomach lacks.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets givo per
icot digestion. First effect is to in
orcaso tho appetite, and increased
vigor, added flosh, puro blood, and
strongth of uetvo and musolo is tho
porfootly natural result.
Stuart's Dyspopsia Tablots is tho
safest tonie known and will euro any
form of stomaoh trouble, excopt can-
oor of tho stomach. May be found
at tho druggists at fiO oonts for full
sizod paokago, or diroot by mall from
Stuart Co., Marshall, Mich.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
A Pure Crape Cream ol Tarter Powder.
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Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest l S. Gov't Report
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Laura Frisbie visited tho Pleasant
Hill sohool Monday.
Jes"io Cockrall visited at G. W.
Karncst Torrill is staying at J. W.
Thu tempcraneo meeting Sunday
evening was a success.
Quito a r.urpriso party was given
Mis. G. W. ll.ikcr Tuesday in honor
of her fifty-seventh birthday. Quito
a number from Bed Cloud wcro pres
ent. All report a good tuno.
J. W. Saladen had a horse badly
cut on u wire fence nun day last week.
It will bo mi agreeable Miirpriso to por-
sons subject to attacks of bilious colic to
loam that, prompt relief may bo had by
Inking Cliamberlain's Collo, Cholera and
Uiarrluua Houiedy. In many Instances
tho attacks nniy bo prevented by taking
this rotnuly as soon as tho llrst symptoms
of thu dlsoanu nppear. -R nnd r0 cent
bottles for snlu by Duyo .fc Orioo,
James Mcintosh is baling hay for
J. L. Minor.
Thu wolf hunt last week in Batin
was a failure.
G. W. Matkin was south of Inayalo
Tuesday buying wood.
Ed Reihcr and son wore in this vioin
ity buying hogs Tuesday.
Miss K-tio Johnson of Koarncy
county is horo visiting Mrs. Hansen.
A man from Colby, Kansas, is iu
this vicinity drawing pictures.
Wado Koontz shelled several hun
dred bushels of corn for Wm. Crabill
Tho infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Pichlcrsdicd last week and was buried
in the Pleasant Prairio cemetery.
A jolly timo was had at tho party
last Friday evening at Johnson Wiso
carver's. About twonty guests were
Many merchants nre well aware that
their onstomers are their bost friends nnd
take pleasure In supplying them with tho
best goods obtainable. As nn instnnco
wo mention I'erry ifcOamoran, prominent
druggists of Flushing, Michigan. They
say: "We havo no he&itation in recom
mending Cht.mberlam'fl Cough Remedy
to our ooustomors, as it is tho best oough
medicine wo have over sold, and alwnys
gives satisfaction." For enlo nt an aud
CO cents per bottle by Deyo it Grico.
TliomaB Leigh was born April 24,
l&lO, in Plymouth, DovonBhlro, England,
doparted this life Jnnuury 18, 1890, ut
tho ago of 05 yonrs, 8 months, and 21
days, Ho wns a son ot Richard and
Eliznboth Leigh, also natives of Eng-
land, nnd in 1817, with hia paronts, camo
to tho United States, landing at Now
York, and coming direct to Ontonogan
county, Michigan; bore tho subject of
our ekotch grew to manhood, receiving a
limited education. Ho was ongagod In
variouB occupations, and had many
thrilling experiences nnd dnngerouB ad
vonturos; ho wus first engaged in tho
saw mill business, Inter in cloaring and
farming, nnd still later in tho employ of
Unclo Sam as mail carrlor, boing tho
first in that part of tho utato. In Janu
ary, 18G0, ho movod to Kankakee county,
III,, whore ho ongagod in funning until
1870, whon ho concluded to go west, and
accordingly Bold out his Interests and
movod to Nebraska, settling iu this
enuntv. and lina nuriiinnuiitly rosldud
here over elnue. November 21, 18.7
Mlsa Churlotto Konglo bocamo his wife
and is now hid surviving widow. In
unllticB. Mr. Lalcli waa a Btaunch ro-
publican. The funeral sorvlcou wore
conducteil liy Rov. (I. W. Hummel, as
aiatod by Rev. 0. W. Ulaekwell, on Sat
unfiiy. aud tho romaiiiB buried in the
I Rod Cloud comotory.
WTfottoT; aigJi;,nMni,,''torla In tJuJaailfj.
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Kdltloii, MI11 .Minnie Welilpinti!)
Ileum l,.ru i 'lllllli'Mu Dllly
iiepoilers j M) Killm.Mf
Tho Physiology class preformed f-otuo
interesting experiments Monday
.Some of tho pupils of tho high room
havo already disobeyed tho reonlution
pusaed by tho boaul.
Mr, Wilson in organizing u militia,
The boys urn Interested in it very much.
Wo wish them huccohh in thin lino nnd
hope thoy may boiiiu day protoct our nu
Prof. Wilson being called to South
Ward W dnesday, Miss Jcnnotto Dilly
taught tho (loometry chins and Klmor
Crime taught the (ionurul Hiotory chieo.
".Inch tho hugger" was ueon in tho
high rtont ono da this week.
There vnn 11 change iu opening over
cisim Tuesday nnd Wednesday morningo
Miss McUlellund read n ntory to tho
school, entitled "Nuwh Uoyn in New
Vorlt." It waa approciatud by tho pu
pilH very inunh,
The tunly meeting on Wednefrduy eve
ning wan well attonded.
Mr. Morhurt wiihii oiilluroD Ibe high
Prof. Wilson and tho Reuion- and jun
lorn wont geoligizing Wudnor.day. yomo
of tho pupils becauio weary on .to wny
mill full by tho waysido.
Thoro woll bo u ehiingo in tin- piogiam
soon so that tho Chemistry cIiipb may
huvo two periods for rocitntiop.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is cerluml) a ro
marknblo preparation nnd nothing liko it
has ivut been produced. No matter how
wiroy aud iinuiHuagealilu tim hair may bo,
uuder thu intluouou of this iucouipurablo
dressing, it becomm soft, silky, nnd pli.
nblu to tho comb nnd brush.
Tho list of lutturrj remaining ut tho
pofltoflico uncalled for up to Jan. 23,
John Campbell, R. T. WilliauiL.
Tho nbovo letterH will bo sent to tho
dead letter otlico Fob, 0, 1B1W. If not
culled for. Ficank Cownr.N. Poatmaetor.
Uleyele lor Mile.
Will sell cheap, 11 high gnulo bu'jc'o
in good ropuir. Fua.nk W. Cowdkv. .
Cured by Dr. Miles' Nerviuc.
rrolonRod doraiiKoment of tho nervous
system not only affects thu braluand men
tal powers, but duvolopsdl.se.iso In soinuot
tho vital organs. Tho most dauRorous ot
these Indirect results Is when tho heart Id
affected. This was thu caso ot the Kov. H.
I Surface, Fawn Hlvcr, Mich., who wrlttV
under dato of Fob. H. 1S:
"Fourteen years ago I had a slight stroko of
piralysN. Overwork brought on nervous
prostration. I was exceedingly nervous aud
tho oxortlon of public speaking caused
heart palpitation that threatened my life.
I used two bottles of Dr. Miles' Now Heart
Curo for my heart trouble, and two of Dr.
Miles' Kcstoratlvo Nurvluo for my uorvous
ness and feel bottor than I over expected to
feol again. I can spoak for hours without
tiring or having my heart lluttor ns It for
merly did, and 1 havo you to thank that I
am allvo today."
On salo by all druggists. Dr. Miles' nook
on Heart ami Nervous DUonler I'ltKR h'j
mall. Dr. Miles Medical Co., 1 lUhart, Ind.
l)r. Miles' Remedies Restore Hcallli,
Dr, Mlk Vi-Wii IVaro gti i-; ; -n
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