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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1896)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1896.
The Mai.dorson bnom is pr grossing.
Cojuikehs has passed resolutions rec
ognizing Culm aa 11 belligeront, nnd you
ought tulninr llio Sjmniiinls howl, anil
jot, thoy were tho very first imtion lo
recognizo llio Southern Confederacy.
Let 'om howl; Cuba ought to bo frco.
TiiKiir. Sj no doubt but that thoro is
eomokuid ot 11 combination being put
up against Win. MuKinloy, ominontlj
the pooplo'fl choice for president. What,
that combination is ia unknown to up,
but theio in oiiu thing certain, that such
politics must bo frowtiod down. It
must bo the olco of tho pooplo here
after, instead of tlio uiiichiuo. Loave
tho choice of prritidout to tho jieotilo and
it will be nil right; lenve it to tho ma
ohino and thoro limy bo harm dono that
can not bo undono.
Tub Ciiikf has no objection to Sena
tor Alundorton being n cundidato for
president on tho republican ticket, but
this piipfr wiib fur McKitiley thro or
four years iigo, ond iiuiBt say that, bo
fiir, wo hitvo had no roiiBon lo chnngo
our opinion. If Ex Honntor Mnntlaraon
1b truly a candidate, honhould announce
it, aud, in that event, ho uiight got tho
delegation ot tho ntuto to givo him a
complimotitary vote, and it ho should
deiuoiiBtrato any Rtrongth, thoy might
dwcldo to Btay by him; but, undoubted
ly, Nobrueka ia for McKinley.
The Commercial Club ia doing good
work for (toil Cloud. Thoy hitvo nuui
oroun projcctH on foot, and thoro will bo
Bomu of them materialize boforo long.
Thoy eliould hitvo tho oncouriigomont of
tho people. On Tuesday night thoy
held a big meeting and decided to put
in ico to run tho croamury on, in tho
ovont that they matte u contract with
anyono to run it, which is nltogothor
probable, us Bovoral good men havo
afikod for torma und Biguitlod their In
tention of coming, if iirrangomonte
could bo made. Tho eubjoct ot electric
lighta nnd tolophonos was taken up and
diBcuBsod. with inBtruotioiiB to find out
what could bo accomplished. The opon
ing of 5th avonuo was ordered presented
t tho city council. Tho commercial
club is onorgotic and will push Rod
Cloud's IntorostB, and thoro must bo no
lagging or back biting on tho part of
anyone. United effort und enorgy
should bo tho watchword ot ovory citi
zen. Tho full intensity of living is reached
only by tho norfootly healthy. SloUnoss
discounts tho onpnoity for enjoyment.
If hio body is nil out of order and run
down, ho will not bo ablo to onjoy any
thing, no mntttr how full of cujoymont
it limy be for othor people. If he is just
o littlo bit out of ordor, if he "is not slok
but doesn't reel just right" ho will only
be nble to enjoy thing in .1 half-hearted
eort of way. The nearer he is to being
perfectly well, tho nearer will hia capa
city for enjoyment bo perfect. If this
condition doesn't exist, somuthirg ought
to be done. That menus nine eases in
ten the uso of Dr. l'luroo's Uoldon Medi
cal UiHoovery. It works directly on the
digestive organs, nud on the blood nnd
through these on every ti'sue of tho boily
It makes the appetite good, digestion
and nutrition perfect ami supplier rich,
rod blood to nil tho timici, building up
solid, healthful ileah. Bend 'J I cuulri In
one-cent stamps to World's Dispensary
Medical Annotation, liuiralo, N. V , nud
receive Dr. I'lerco's 1008 jingo "Common
Buiihu Medical Advisor," proftmoly illus
trated. ' !--
Mr. Carpenter shipped a carload of
hay to Iowa last week.
Mr. lirotthtiucr is putting an addi
tion onto his liuusc.
Fetor Nolson is in Kearney county
tli is week visiting.
Nearly ovorjotio has got tho grip
llcv. VanDyko and wife of Inaval
were yibiting U. II. Wilson Monday.
A party at Mr. Keillor's on Friday
night. All acport a good timo.
O. 11 I'itnoy sold his fat oattlo to
Charlie Hunter last week.
Wiulo Koontz shelled several hun
dred bushels of corn for Sorgonson
Bros., this wcok,
Frank Sedilak has improved tho
appcaranco of his rcsidouco by build
ing a new framo front onto it.
Mrs. Zado and family havo moved
back hero, Sho has been in Cass
county for over a year.
Innuniinutory Illiciiinatltiin Cure
cd In il lii n.
Morton Tj. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind,, says:
"My wife had Iiillnmmatory Rheumatism
in every muscle and joint, her Butfuriug
vts terrible ami her body nud lace were
awollen almost beyond recognition; had
been in bed for six weeks nud had eight
physicians but received no bnnetU until
Bhe triod tho MYSTIC CURE FOR
RHEUMATISM. It gave immediate ro
ller nnd she was nble to walk about in
three days. I am euro it saved her life."
Bold by U. E. Grioo druumst, Hod Cloud.
Winter is hero once mure.
Karl Tonnant, who is cnggod in
tho photograph business in Franklin,
came down Sunday to visit his pat
ents and friends, returning Friday
Chris and Minnie Koihor wcro cull
ers in Mr. Garner's last Sunday.
Spelling school at D'Si. No. 33 was
Spelling nt tho Tonnant school
house Thursday night.
Oliver iloilgo hits beii conferring
with Mr Martin duritiL' the past win
tcr us to tho lied (M'tid township
landslide, but of Into lis v t i i k Iiiivc
developed into an cut 'rely different
)iiisiin, nud his calls hive changed
frein svt k dnys to Snti'iu. uftornnniiN
und 'veeii.;;s, Ho Miy1 f "in this on
Lo ill tae Georgo Wimoii's advice
nnd lei . lues alone.
Quick iii ilfoot, hualt .mil leaver no
jsenr. Iluming, scaly, iiu eriijilions
. qnleklj "rd by DeWif's Witch Uael
Halve. Apr tied to burna, e dils, old sores
it Is intigU il in elfect. Alxv j satires piles.
0 L Cutting.
la what gives Hood's Barsaparllla Its great
jwpulnrlty, its constantly Increasing
sales, and enables It to accomplish Its
wonderful and unequalled cures. Tho
combination, proportion and process
used in preparing Hood's Bnrsupnrllln
arc unknown to other medicines, and
mako Hood's Barsaparllla
Peculiar to Itself
It cures a wide range of diseases because
of its power as a blood purlflor. It acts
directly and positively upon tho blood,
and the blood reaches every nook and
cornorot tho human system. Thus all
tho nerves, muscles, bones and tissues
come under tho beneficent lnilucnco of
Tho Ono True Wood l'urlflcr. $1 per bottle.
u j rtsff euro T.lvrr Ills; easy to
MOOa S FillS take, easy to operate. Mo.
Hiohard Tonnant, VI10 has bocti
visiting for tho past two months with
hia paronts nud old acquaintances,
will leave next week for Clinton, la.,
where ho has a luorative position
Labt Saturday Lester Koontz and
Everett liean took up a pump from a
woll 130 feet deep. ThoX are now in
tho business, but will accept no inoro
jobs only during warm weather. Ev
erett moved onto tho placo Monday.
ChriB llcilicr says ho will recoivo
scaled bids on matrimonial proposals
up to and inoluding Janaary 1, 1897,
ho having the right to reject any or
all claims presented. This is leap
year, you know.
Ilonry Maurcr attended tho Modern
Woodman lodgo Wednesday eve.
M. Green ia moving a houso from
Hod Cloud out on Frank Strobl's farm,
pulling it with his engine
Tho party nt Mr. Koihor's last Fri-
day cvo was largely attended, and
soino of tho boys must have stopped
in to get warm on tho road homo, as
thoy wore roportcd in very late.
Richard says tho ico on Hank's
pond is lino. lU:x.
:o.n.iio. mY:xki: :iiki:.
Pyramid I'ilc Jurc 4'urea I'ilts
I'crmuiicntly by i'urliig
Itemnrliiililo Itemed)- wlileh In IIi-Iiik-
1 111; Coiulort to 'rliuiiMUiuln ol'
Probably half the pcoplo who sec
this article sulTcr from piles. It is
ono of tlio commonest discuses and
on of thu most abstinato. People
iiavo it for ycurs aud just because it
is not immediately fatal they neglect
it. Carelessness cuuso so end of suf
fering. CaroleisnccH about so simplo
a thing as piles lints often caused death.
Hemorrhages occur from no apparent
cause nud loss of blood causes death.
Hemorrhages occur during surgical
treatment, alien causing death.
Piles nic simple in tho beginning
and easily cured. They can bu cured
even in tlio worst stages, without pain
or loss of blood, quickly, surely and
completely. Tlicro is only one reme
dy that will do it Pyramid Pile Cure.
It allays the inflammation immed
iately, hculs the irritated surtaco and
with continued trcatmtnt reduces tho
swelling and puts tho membranes into
good, sound healthy condition. Tho
euro is thorough and permanent.
Hero art sotno voluntary and un
soliotod testimonials wo have lately
Mrs. M. C Hinkly, 001 Mississippi
St., Indianapolis, Ind., says: Havo
been a sufferer from tho pain and
annoyance of Piles for fifteen 'years,
tho Pyramid Pile Cure and Pyramid
Pills gave mo immediate roliof and in
a short timo a complete euro
Major Dean of Columbus, Ohio,
says: I wish to udd to tho number of
certificates as to tho benefits derived
from the Pyramid Pile Cum. I suf
fered from piles for forty years and
from itching piles for twenty years
and two boxes of the Pyramid Pile
Cure hns effeotually cured mo.
Most druggists sell Pyramid Pile
Curo or will got it for you if you ask
them to. It is ono dollar per paokago
and is put up only by tho Pyramid
Drug Co , Albion, Mich.
A number of our young people at
tended church at lied Cloud last Sun
Emmet Tonnant is sick with the
John Hovel was t-holling corn last
Mrs. Frank T- iinnnt lnul a family
reunion lust Monday. The first time
they had nil Ihimi , together for five
Wnber Hulsvtorih intends to go to
Cliple ('re- k next tek.
Juno MoPutluiid Mild a fine span
of mules hm 1.
MU D'lta Hedge was Visiting at
M Piir'lui d's lis vek Tmx,
WAN'I'HIl-uTmTilirTu.ly or gontlu-
1 mm. to distributed miiii, .!. ami iiuiko a
lnuit-o lo house caiiVKhn for oui eg"tii
Mo Toilut Suiijih. fh to T."i n month
Mnily in. nlo. AihlretM Ciofis ,t leeil,
81'J to B.M) Austin Avenue. Chicago, I 1,
In our Dress Goods department you will find some choice bargains in New
Dress Fabrics for Spring.
GEO. A. DUCKER Sc CO.
Tho cold tpull tho past fow days
jmt a Htop to farming.
Fred How id cxpootcd homo soon
from Missouri where ho has been
spending tho winter.
Quito a number of pcoplt of this
vicinity havo been sick with bad colds
tho last week.
Geo. Q. Uoit has moved to Willow
Creek and will farm tho Brubakcr
Miss Edna Edson returned homo
from Illinois last Saturday, whero sho
has been for tho last year.
Tii (laiien ut John ildors was
well attended. Several couple from
llluo Ilili being in attendance.
Will lirubakcr and family havo
moved to Missouri.
Gloico Jackion left for Missouri
with Will Brubakor.
Mrs. Minnio Fraso was tho guest of
Mrs. Jones one day last weok.
Boyd Vance is expected baok in a
Thomas Laoy expects to go into
tho beet raising business quite exten
sively this yoar.
Carl McClasoy has boon visiting
Bud Norris and family tho past wuck.
x. y. is.
Kvtry available aero ot land has
been rented in this vicinity.
Mr. MoGinnin Clcmoni of Norfolk
stopped on his way to Furnas county
to visit his sister.
Mrn. S. B. Carpenter of Indian
Creek was visiting old friends hero
Mr. Hunt has moved onto tho Cut
ter farm near l'lcasant Hill school
Willow creek has the best choir iu
tho country aud lako il and tho Bru
baker violin band and they cannot bo
beat for music.
Hcssie Gailwin expects t go to
Will Norris is homo from Norton
Fred Bon is chopping wood in Otoo
county this state.
Miss Nan gavo a lino exhibition nt
her frohool on tho evening of the 21st
Mrs. A. (' Bn owns a small flock
of hens, small in numbor but largo in
lauiiL' fiuuliiics. Shu has kept ac
count ol tho number of tygs iu Feb
ruary which was 1101.
Winter wheat looks line.
Mr, Burkhead considered tho liuto
COMMENCING MONDAY, MARCH
Kui Kai AVnsh Silks, 5 ynrd patterns,
special sale price, 25c per yard. These
Bilks are good values at 50c per yard.
Dress Ginghams, sale price Sic.
Special Bargains in 20-inch Umbrellas at
50 cents. Only a limited quantity.
Special Values at $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50.
Special Bargain in all Silk, Satin and Gros
Grain llibbon at 5c, Sc and 10c per yard.
35 cents per yard.
1 11 "" 111 11 mm, .1UL wijuuawsm
TIDM3d JH1 Nl
SHAVINGS FROM A
Havo you seon tho wondrous poncil,
Known to fame nnd every tonguo?
Pojiulnr Futont I'on-Knifo Pntont,
Used by nil, both old unci young.
If not jiiBt go to Cottings,
Who Ims thorn now for sale,
Ho enn show you without talking,
They'ro tho best ho can rotail .
Only 5 cents onch. Also tho choapor
grades ut 2 for Oc, 3 for 5c, G for 0 c,
and 12 for Cc.
too hard to livo aluno consequently ho
was married rcaontly.
The school exhibition at tho Fran
cis school houso on last Thursday
night, oonduotcd by tho teacher Miss
Lulu Barber, was a grand success.
Miss Barber is ono of Webster coun
ty's best tcaohcrs.
Sciatic lltieiiiiiiiliNin Cured.
L. Wagner, Wholesale Drnggist, Rich
mond, Vu Pays: "I litul a fearful attack
of Sciatio Hheumatirtin, was laid uji nl
most two monthc, was fortuuatu enontfh
to not MYSTIC CUItlS lOit UHHUMA
TIUM. This cured mo after doctor's pro-
RcriptioiiH had failed to have any efleot.
Sold by II. K. Oricc druggist, Ited Cloud.
When you want a nico smooth shavo
or hair-cut, kivo Geo. Font r orb a call
Ono door south of tho lion Ton Bakery
Jersey Cow for Sale
Will lm fresh in July, and bred to u
thoroughbred Jersey bull, Inquire at
this ollico. Dtt
h'or about "." bond ot boriiofi. Write
mo jour terms, amount ut imstorngo etc.
Thomas E. Kiu.i.y,
Don't invite (Ilonpiinintmimt by exjier
iiui'iiting. Dopi'iid upon One Mtuuto
Couch Guru ii mi yon huvct linmediatt) re
lief, It eiirns orouj). The only harmless
remedy that rodiie(.8 immediate. rasult,
O L Cutting.
m BARGAINS I
f Now is the timo to replenish your
t linen stock. Special bargains in
f Turkey Itctl Damask, I Oe.
j. Turkey Red Dumtmk, l2Hc.
$, Turkey Ited Damask, :tOc.
t UnlleneheI Table Uiieu lOv per yarI. '
t Vublcuclied Table Much, t!5c, usuiilly ;
? Hold at -toe und 50c.
7 Illcaelicd Table Linen, Npecial at !lle,
J also u bargain at 50c.
Our 81.25 Table Mneii will go at 75c. ',
77 pairs Ladies and Misses shoes worth
Irom $150 up to $5. Sizes, 2 to 34.
These are odds and ends and we want
to clean them out.
Sale Price. $1 pet pair.
TIiIh l truly a bargain opportunity.
o o o
Special Bargains 117
10 yds, for 33c.
Only IO yarWs .)! lo cacii lady :utonier
We arc fcliowlu;; exceptional value
In Mi:.VS SHIltTg.
SdllS 3QnU 3 Hi
We can Qlso showvouthe Finest Line o! TQDlelsln tlie city
Wo huvo Bovon stylos of lino goods with onyolopes to match. Also
tho best Nicltlo and Dime Pon Tablets over ollored for thu money.
A Good quality ol note paper 01 lo ckms per noire. Envelopes 5 cents pet buncn .
A New stock ot box Paper ot 10 cents, 15 cents nnd 20 cents.
We havo a comploto stock of everything in
and everything you want in DRUGS ATD MEDICINES.
a JE Cotting - Who Prnggisfc
It not only is so, it must bo so, Ono
Minnto Cough Core acts quickly, aud
that's what makus it go. CLOotting.
S. C. Johnson was called to Obor
lin last work on account of tho sick
ness ol lus brother-in-law who died
shortly beforo his arrival.
The wolf huut last week was a
J. A. Lanman of Smith Center was
appointed post-master at Womor. Ho
will also put in n stock of grooorios.
W. 1. Weaver lias rented one of
Mr. Stone's places,
Hov. Elwcll is holding protracted
moetings nt Fairviow sohool house.
Wo would suggest some road work
ing in this part of tho country. On
the Kansas side of thu line the roads
aro good but as t-oon as you cross tlio
lino into Nebrancn tlny aro almost im
passable. If tho Bed Cloud mer
ohantB wint tho trade from this part
of country they should seo that tho
roads are lied W. B.
J W IMuree, Itepiiblie, la., sajs: "I
have used line Minute Cough Cure in my
family nnd foe inynelf, with results ro en
tirely HiUlHfuotor) that 1 on hardly lli.d
words to oxpreitH mjR-lf aa to Its inurit.
I will never fail in reuoiiitnud it to others
on every ihhmhIuii that jiroents itself."
Children Cry for
-riii iy i-iTgTwn
lti''J' !& h"i
Notice Is hereby ulveu that uiuler and by vir
tue n( an order nt sale Issued from tho olllco
or James Harden, clerk of tluTllatrlct conrt'ot
thu tenth judical district, ultlilu and for Wcli
tteacounty, Nebrusksi. upon n deci oo In an ac
tion iioiulliiK tlifieln, wherein I.ysamler
W, , Tulley.. trustee, Is iihilntlir, and
aualnst linnrce II. Holland and Mbhto
llnllimd, di'feniluiits. I shall offer for
sale at public rndue, to the hlghost
bidder for v.ieh In bund, nt tho east door of
the court-housoat llrdi'loiul, In sild Webster
county, Nebraska, (lhat IioIuk tint bullditu;
wherein tho last lei in of said court win holileiit
on tho Tthjday or Apill.A l. iswi. at one o.clock
p. in. ot salil d.i, the foiloulnn described
property, tow It: Tim nortliHH-i fpi.irter of
seclinn eluhtren (IS), tmiihlp two ('.'). riinco
tilou'ii (11). west of Hie tiih t..l.,iill In'Welnter
(ilven under my hand this ilth d.iy or .March
A. I), ma.
J. W. lti-Nciiitv, Shcrltt,
llreckenrldRe, IliccUem l.tu. ,t rn .
Notice Is lieieby jlvn that iiiiiI.t and by
Virtue of an oid.u ol s.de tsued Irolii thu olllco
ot Juino llllidfu.elrrk n the illslilct court ot
ihoTeuth .ludlclai )siitr, v.ilhlu ami for
Webster coiuil, Nciir.isk.i, upon a decree In
an action peudliu.iluMi-ui, ivheit'iu i'ettlbiiue
Mou ate plilui.tls, -ii. d iiualnst N'ouli l'rrry
Allen a Terr), ebrnl i.oui V Trust Co., aud
Mouth Western InwMtuirm ('oiup.tuy, ilcfeud
autH, I shall olfei I Mile i jhi'. In MMldile, to
the highest bul.i.T tor eiish in liaiid. at thu
east door 01 toe court liouso, al ited Cloud,
In said Wiihstur i omit, Nebraska Chat helm:
tlio bulldlim wlii n in tin lii'i lei ia itf ali court
was lioMeti) tin iin'7ililii 'f ib, .l)lsuj,
at ono o'clock p in .01 -1 d 4.i lint foll.iwlntc
tlescntiiit iropeii t wit' i.o'j nine (D), ten
(to), oleveiutt) v '1 'i " I.) In Monk llv.)
(ro In (i.iibei'n . ).' 1 n ! 1 d of Hud
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