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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 28, 1896)
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Last Thursday, Fob. 20., Mr. J. S
Johnson was 58 years oltl and his wifo
in order to eommcinorato the event
i;avo him n very pleasant surprise.
A delicious dinner was served to
wliitsh the large number of guests pro
sont did ample justice. All report u
fGoo. Mnuntford mill Miss Emma
Barret' wero lighting la grippe last
Fred ISrown bought a fine tcmn of
horses of Geo. Yuntiss. Considera
Tho wolf hunt was u tailurc.
S C. Ji-hnson wont to ilio Centre
on business Friday.
Mrs S Hynti wui in the Centre on
iiMooss lat week.
J. W. Cotbett is rushing the plow
ing. Our oM post master was listing lust
wock. Wonder if he was planting
corn. II. C. G.
llcvivalists found Garfield boys a
tougb set ol fellows to make mi im
pression on. They were closed out of
the Amack school last week and aro
now holding forth in distriot 49.
A wagon load of furniture was seen
going out of Bed Cloud Saturday wo
think it is high time for thccow-bclls
and tin pans to be tuned up and ready
John Vest will move on tho Mc
Millan farm in the near future.
John Earner has just finished a
successful term of school in district 78.
Trees aro budding out and the bull
frog 18 croaking in tho rushes. Tho
hwoj-Lco is on the wing. Fanners
aro busy preparing the land for this
yaar's crop which they expect will be
the largest ever known.
Furlcy Robins will work tho Henry
Emcrton place this year. Wo expect
ho is looking for a proposal from the
fair sex and will bo prepared to say
Henry llalhjon will try a few sugar
boots again this year. He thinks
they are butter than com.
Wo aio having fine weather at prcs
J. T. Laoy is hauling wood from
A. N. Godwin has an attachment
to his "Paiiill for tho purpose of
TlicYMvas an exhibition at Willow
Creek sehoolhouso tho 21st ot Fobru
oxg. It was a grand tucco.ss.
VBojs look out, for this is leap joar
and ho girls will bo popping tho
naf,on befoio jou know it.
Hoot. Ailauisou is on tho sick list
but is getting better.
Mrs. Jones has moved back onto
tho farm to keep houso for her broth
er. Miss Nau has closed her school in
distriot 2-1. She gavo good satisfac
tion. T. T. Lacy is preparing ground to
nlant six acres of beets.
A, N. Godwin has rooted part of his
farm to Ernest Tcrrill to farm this
season. Nip and Tuoic.
Wo ofTor ouo hundred dollars reward
for any case of Catarrh that' cannot be
cored by Flail's catarrh care.
F. J, CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo. 0.
We the undersigned have known F. J.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and bellfevo
Jtalm perfectly honorablo in all business
TtranBfJiGUUUB unu uuuuuinuy uuio iu unit
out any obligation made by their Arm.
West fc Truax, Wholosnlo Druggists, To
Wnldlng, Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally
Rtiog dlrcotly upon tho blood nnd inn-
niirfacts or tno system, i'ricu ioc,
tie. t-)oldbyalldrtigista, Testl-
li looks as if spring wis almost
liure. Some "f the fanner have com
menced spiiug woik.
Several farmer.) have gone from
hero in other farms that they have
Mr. Popp has rented a farm north I
cist oT town.
Lewis Eppcr is moving onto .Mr.
Hock's fat in on Farini is cre-?l.
Ed Parks bus renti d Mn. Gilmj's
farm, she is going to Chicago.
The p ojilu hnvu a jond liuio i;l tho
lyeeum ivriy Wednesday with a
Our mud ver-iei has nearly com
pleted a load itcioss Fanners creek
This will be a fine ibinj'
(1'ioin tho Leader)
Grant Uglier, of lted Cloud, was u
Hill visitor this week.
Geo. 0. Yoiser, of lted Cloud, was
doing business in tho Hill several
days this week.
Stand up for Ohio should bo the
cry of Nebraska republicans now.
Mrs. T. W. White returned Thurs
day from a short visit with relatives
and friends at lied Cloud.
A few huudred dollars carefully in
vested will make almost anybody rich.
Tho trouble lies in getting tho fow
Hcv. Patterson, of Hastings ol
lege, will preach ttt tho Presbyterian
church tomorrow (Sundaj) morning
and evening. All aro invited to at
February. 'AG, has five Saturdays.
This is something which has not hap
pened for many years. The month
commenced on Saturday and will end
And now the weather prophets aro
predicting a cold summer. This is
not nltoircthor uulikely, considering
the summer weather wo have been en
joying all winter.
Dear young Indies, do you want to
know how Mrs. Ditnitiick caught ox
President Harrison? lie is said to
have remarked on ono occasion: "She
is tke tho only woman about tho house
who does not talk when I want to
Indications arc that tho farmer who
can hold onto his corn uud wheat is
going to got better prices. A) a rulo
when staplo articles are below tho
price for whiuh thny can bo produced,
it is safe to hold them thcro aro bet
tor times ahead.
Miss Grace Wilspn nave u faiewoll
party to hor many friends of Hluo
II ill at the homo of her sister, Mrs. 0.
C. Clingnian, Wednesday evening.
Miss Grace will' leave fi.r Rich Hill,
Mo., nixt wick where she will make
her future home.
Thrww Away EtN Cuiu.
Mr. D. Wiley ex-postmaster, Illnnk
Crunk, N. V., was so badly i.tlllctt'cl with
rlieniniitlain that he was only able to hob-1
lilu around with caue, null even tueu it i
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caused him threat vain. After uhIuk j
improved that ho throw away hiHoaubs.'
lu saya this liniment did him morn iood
than all other uit-dioines and treatment
ut together. For hhIu at 00 oents por
bottle by Dejo & Grice.
Bon Carsivell and wifo attended
communion service at Central Hranoli
A littlo babo arrived at tho homo of
Will Leetoh this week.
llovival mooting are still in pro
gress. At prbscnt thcro aro fifteen
converts and a groat interest, is still
manifested. A largo crowd-ovory
night. Sunday night tho audience
Hov. Shamel of Guido Hook proaoh
ed Wednesday and Thutfcluv night
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
CLOUD. NEBRASKA, FI5BKUARY 28.
Her llutehins of Dowcns, Kas.
preached Sunday and Monday nights).
Rev. Meiiuil' wis unable to preach
Tuoml'iv i ight on iicnunt of ill health
Htv. Button prciuled in his place.
b.ud and Mies
21, Mr Orris llub
M n i Miller. May
peace, happiness aid ptosporitj bo
J. lv. Croy.ii r 'xpcc'sio move
Guide Hock soon
Snie of our nung folks attended
the League social nt Guide- It ik Fri
day wight mtd report u good tune.
Jos. H"iu! of H's.mniit was seen
on our streets Sutnl iv night.
Til- I'j 11 riuiiil n sel ool xpectn
to lake p'Ui in t'lu .-"in l.iy -sotitinl con
VCIIliou uli i'Ii s to !" held in Kid
Cloud, Mai i. 20, 27 .i'.d 2.S.
BTS WICK-m'S' SS "NOUP.
Xew Discover) U'lilc-li N Worlli
To Alljoiif Aflllrlftl Willi IMIfn.
The 1'i. tin il Pile Cure, tho new,
paiukss remedy which has hoen so
remarkably m-oeit-ful in curing every
form of p 1-s and reet.il diseases, has
recently been placed on sale at drug
gists, and it is .safe to siy that, when
its extraordinary merit becomes fully
known, thorn will bo im such thing as
surgical operations for tho euro of
this obs'iiaio and common trouble,
Mrs. M. C llmkly, or QUI Missis
sippi St., Indianapolis, Iud., says: I
had liecii a ttrnblo biifferer from piles
for If) year and no remedies benefit
ted me, until I saw an advertisement
of tho Pyiauiid Pile Cure; I got c
package, also a package of Pyramid
Pills, and u-ed both according to
directions I was astonished at tho
immediate relief obtained, and now I
honestly believe the Pyramid to bo
the only eortaiu euro for piles.
That you may reabzi how bad I
was, i will say that I wa. euufiiu'd to
my bed nud wci.t he I ore tho college
plnsicians here, who said my ease was
a new one to tlwui and wauled seven
or eight hundred dollars to undertake
a cure; ttie great pain had brought on
u rupture, and I ktiew an operation
would bo death to mo on account of
blood poisoning. Nearly everyone
hero knows of my tenible tmllciiug
from piles and I feel that I cannot
praiho the Pyramid Pilo Cure enough,
and tho Pyramid Pills ul-o. My hus
band will join me in highly .recom
iniiidiiig Hie PyiKiind; my daughter
w.is cured by one box onlv. For
several jears I weighed but about !)U
pounds, now I weigh l.'iO and feci in
Thic seems to be the univorsil tes
timony of every fcufferer fiom pile
who has over tried tlm Pyramid; it is
tho safesi, most painless pilo euro yet
discoven il; contains no opiate, mor
phine, cocaine, or any poisonous in
iiredieol wlnlov'-r. has n soothitiL'.
h(J ,,, (lff(,ot rom (l(j firs, lj(ja.
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tion, and t no m nlt-ratt- prieo paces it
' ' '
wi,,"n the roajh of uverjono needing
treatment. The Pyramid Pilo Curo
ih nold by druggists at 50 cents and
$1.00 por package and tho Pyramid
Pills at 25 cents per box.
Send to Ppramid Co, Albion, Mich.
for freo book on causa and curo of
piles. 4 Jhiuvulc.
Wednesday it was as hot as summer.'
Thero was a danco in tho eity hall
last Saturday night,
Arrived at tho residence of TJ. G.
Knight's Monday for dinner u ton'
pound boy. Father and son doii-u:
well. " - .
. Jim Kincado is. ni'viuif 'to,, lied
Cloud this week -'
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
Miss Highsheo of Akron, Col., is
hero visiting her friend Mrs. Walteis.
Mrs). Latto and husband returned
Mr Charlie Myi is spent S'ltidtiy at
S. K. Woleott's.
Thero are a good many around her
that have their Mull.-, all cut and will
soon bo sowing oats
Mr. Waul is kept busy nowadiys.
Tho old settlers that came In ro be
fore 7l had a gathoiing at Col. hold's
last Wedncsd iv. They brought their
biskets well filled nnd loaded tho ta
bic with i?ood things and tallied over
.Mr. Bert lloiilnge is wor!;iiig over
at ijowios. ii. i.
Tho little diiuglilr of Mr. 1'rcd Webber
Holland. Mars., hint i utv IhuI eold t.nd
eouh wliieli lie hail not been able to cure
with any thing. I ave him a '.Ti cunt
buttlo of Chainberlain't CoiikU Ituinvdy.
navs V. f . Holden, iruroliant nnd post
master at ViHt llrinillehl, nud tho next
time I saw him hu said it worked liUo n
chorm. This retneily is intended espio
Jolly for nonle thror.t nnd lrng diseases
such as colds, croup nnd whoopinu oongh
and it is famous for its curus, Tliero is
no danger in Hiving it to ehildren for it
coutnins nothing injuriotiH, For sale liy
Ueyo & (Jrice.
Tims. Snyder has gone to Superior.
Hov. Stinuetto has moved into the
house vacated by Frank Toothaoro.
Clias. Clark has moved into the
house hu sold about a year ago to C.
At tho school moeting Thursday
tho bonds failed to earry.
F. 0 Fritz spoko on woodcraft
Thursday evening at tho G. A, H.
Fifteon wero baptized nt Grables
ford by Hcv. Stinnott last Friday.
J. E Yost, and C. K. I licks wero
filling up their ico houses last week
and from the spring like weather they
wero fortunate in in getting any ico
Dr. J. H. Hiek', who Inn boon V'H
iting bis nephew 0. E, Hicks, left
Tuesday morning for Carleton.
A car load of fat hou's was shipped
from here Tuesday morning.
Count, Troasurei White was in this
James ISurdcn and family spent
Saturday and Sunday with his father
in this euv.
Oscar Potter and L I). Monscr
were in this oily over Sunduy.
Quarterly eor.ferenee was held by
Hov. Alexander ol Hustings in tho G.
A. 11. hall who delivered a vry fine
sermon iuuday evening to a oiowdctl
On Saturday in irntug the post i fiicc
safe was blown open and lobbed of
statu f and eum-iioy to the amount of
$27.") and valu'iblo papers which aro ol
no uso to any one except tho owners
Post ofiiuo inspector fiom Omaha
was in this eity Sunday it (juiiiug in
regard to tho burglury.
Webster county's shun IF came up
to this city Salurd iy to try and litul a
olue to tho post ofiijo biirglars. Un
cle Sam ofFots a large reward nud it is
to bo hopid that they will hu caught
Mr. Isaac Covvloy tin old and ru
speoted citizen of this vicinity died
Monday morning t his homo five
miles southwest. Ho had been a suf
ferer for soino timo with Briirht's dis
ease which finally proved fatal, Tho
funeral services wero conducted by
llev. Hummel on Wednesday at ono
o'olooi''from the house.
Washington'! birthday wasoolobrat
ed io this 'oily Saturday by a G. A, It
camp firo which, as usual, was a grand
suoecss P'-oplo' oaino from far and
near in this vioiu-Jy, until tho hail
was filled to its utinoit capao.tv thcro
Children Cry for
Highest of all in Leavening Tower.
t i .
lvv fil Powder
not being even standing loom left
Pn'iuptiy on time tho exercises began
and the penplo listened eagerly to
eat.'h tho wolds spoken by tho ehild
ren. of that irre.it and noble hero tho
father of our oiintry, Tho Hon. H in
dolph MeNitt followed with u very
intorestiuu and nppropriato speech. I
Mr. MoNut i'i one of the brightest or
ators wo have in the county. Ho was
followed by V". 0 I'ri'z uho livened
up thopiople, who wire packed in
the ball like sardines in a box, with a
few of his i ntertaitiiog stories and a
tribute to the old froldn rs
Joe Saladcn und family spent a fow
dajs visiting Brother Joshua and,
G. W. Baker and daughter Alia
wero in He,d Cloud Saturday.
C, II. Frisbie, wiTo and daughtor
wore visiting in Guido Hock Sunday,
Sam Mil'ur attended the convention
at Guido Hock Sunduy a;d reports a
very pleasant and instruotivo time.
Wm. Toaohworth is visitiug at C.
11. Frisbio's this wock.
C. C. Cox and sou Clarcnco aro flick
at tho prcsont time.
Frank Frisbio anJ wifo wero visit
ing in Hod CUud Sunday.
Goo. Mann has piirobasod a house
of Henry Kinney and has put some
improvements on it but docs net say
whether ho intends to oooupy it or
not. Ho only says ho wilt never
Mrs. Ellen Carpenter who has bctn
visiting her parents has returned
Mrs. Alien of Smith Contro was
.Miss Heal has roturncd to hor
school alter a week's illness,
Miss L zzio Truukey has bcon on
the sick list for bomo timu but is im
proving. Alex Callahan spent Sunday in
Henry Kasser will depirt for Mil
waukee in u short time.
X i:vsAn i:nt.
Gcoigc Lindley of lied Cloud was
in this locality Sunday visiting.
Euior lii'an and Nelic Soigcnsou
wero in Cunpbell Saturday.
Ii ck Grui8 has rnturned from his
tiip to Hastings nud Grand Island.
Douglas Cithot was out looking
after his fathoi's farm Friday.
Mis Blanch Winfrey was visiting
Hva Matkins tho foro part of this wewk.
Tho exhibition nt Cathcrton was
Tho spoiling hohool at tho Harney
school houso Tuocday night was well
attended. Miss Adollo Wilson of
Otto was olruupiou spoiler.
Tho population is steadily on the
increase in this locality, At Jeff
Chaplin's was born,n boy and at J,
Wijsou's und John Hutlcd.;e's a girl
Saturday evening a very pleaBant
surprise party waB given Eva und Hoy
Tho Mid iniolligcnoti has reached
us that .Mr Crowloy died eaily M nua,
morning. The fuaoral took plaoo on
Wednusdny. Ho leaves n wife nud
son to mourn his lims, Tho family
has tho sympathy of thu entire com
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Tho weather has been ?o nico that
tho farmers have bogun work.
Tho oyster supper i.t North Star
war wo'l nt'ctidi'd.
Tisltic Marker is bom s from Guide
tuck whern she has been tcaohing.
Miss Josio Norris from Lino wa3
visiting at Mr. Marker's last wtek.
Undo Dick Payno was calling south
oT (ho river thi-j wock.
Hov. Tohanit of tho Baptist ohuroh
is holding a protracted mooting at
Catherlon this wock.
H. II. Payno baa a bio, do.
Cicncratcd In tlit) IIiiiiiiiii Hotly
The Itrmilt ol linprrlrrt Dlcectlon
Every living thing, plant or animal,
contains within itself thu gonna of
certain decay and death.
In tho human body llieso germs of
disease and (loath (called by scientists
Ptomaines) tire usually tho rasults of
imperfect digestion of food; tho re
sult of indigestion er dyspepsia,
Tho stomach, from abuse, weakness,
docs not promptly and thoroughly
digest tho food. The result in a
heavy, sodden mass, which fermoots
(tho first process of decay), poisoning
tho blood, making it thin, weak, nnd
lacking in red corpuscles; poisoning
tho brain, oausmg headaohes atid pain
in tho eyes.
Bad digestion irritates tho heart,
causing palpitation, and finally brings
on discaso of this very important
Poor digestion poisons tho kldnoyg,
causing Blight's discaso and diabetes.
And this i so because ovory organ,
ovory nervo depends upon tho stomach,
alone for .nourishment and renewal,
and weak digestion shows itself not
only in loss of appetite and fljsli, but
in weak nerves and muddy complex
ion. The great Entrlish t-uiontist' Huxliy,
said tho best, start in life is u sound
stomach. Weak stomachs fail to di
gest lood properly, because, they look
tho proper ijuantily of digoctivo acids
(luetic and dydroohlorio) und popto
genie products; tho most fiousiblo
remedy in all cases of indigestion is
to tide, after oaoh meal, ono or two of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, booauso
they supply in u pleasant, hurmlesd
lorm all thu eli nionts that weak stom
Tho regular uso of Stuart's Dys
pnpsia Tublets will euro every form of
stomach trouble, except cancer of tho
Thoy inorcaso flesh, insure pure
blood, ttrontr nervee, a bright ejo and
eltar complexion, because all those
result only from whilisome food well
Nearly all drucgiaia sell S'tiarr'a
Dypopsit tfubltts ut 50 cents full
sizad package, orby will by enclosing
priae to" Stuart Co,, Mart-lull, Mich.,
but ask 0ur diuirtrioi Ii"8.
Our people em kmi!..' rn"r,ej nnd more
in the Imbir of JooMug lie Ueyo & Grlco
for thu Intent mid bt e ..VHrythliiK In
the drm: llm. 'I bey ei Oli'iiiibt-rlniit,
Cough Keuifdy, I unions for itatjirt-J of
bad coliie, crnilp and whunpltiuf oopki.'
When in need or t-uoh h uirdlnitiii ive
hls remedy a trial iiud you wilt bo more
lYiau pleased with the rviult.
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