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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1896)
TUB RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1890.
The modern Pain Annihilator, will positively
cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Sores, Earache, Backache and all other
aches. SALVATION OIL Is sold everywhere for
25j:ents. Only the genuine will do the work.
Ckew LANCE'S PMJGSJbt Great Tobacco AftMole.lOc. Dealers or mjil.A.C.Mcjer fc Co" Ualto.,Mdl
A.U. lloxMKH, Ktlllor.
Ii.mioyTait. Ast Will IMItor,
THE BON TON'S I
J imk, :oti:i;. J
Reduction in repair
ing on shoes sold from
our stock only, others
'1 I -v lt Sm
Irll IJI lU,
Nulling men' linlf poles.
Ladies' half boIcb
JJoys lmlt eolcs
MiBRCH and youtliB half goIob
Childrens' lmlt boIcb ""
See rctrtilnr iidtl
Cincinnati Hoot nnd Slioo Storo
A. II. Kiiley, I'rop.
Dick Gray went to Western today.
Mrs. I) wight Jonoa was in Red Cloud
V. It, AuHtin or Franklin was in tho
city tliit? weok.
CliriH Winstar ot Uluo Hill was on our
C. Ij D.iggctt of Rivorton was on our
streeta this week.
A completo new line of wall paper nt
TuylorV lit bottom prices.
Ex-Mnjor II. fi. Tinlwr was on our
BtrootB this week on liURincss.
Tho republican central committeo has
called the dolomite convoution for March
MiBBl'. D. VeiHor was visiting in Or
leans last wook, tetuming homo Satur
day. Mrs IJ'iv. WilllaniB, of Lincoln, who
wnH in the city visiting, haa returned to
hor home in Lincoln.
Conio out and hoar tho phonograph
concort itt the Oonsrn ;;itiunal church
Monday evening at 7:".0
Col. Herb Crane of iho Hloomington
Echo wan in iiUeiulaiie. upon tho K. of
P. district mooting on Thursday.
Tho report waa circulated hero thia
wook that C. F. Evaua waa Boriously ill
in Cripple Crook with pnoumonia.
N. 'V. Kingalund was in iittondanco at
tho NobrnBka and Iowa Uuttor and Egg
Doaloru convention in Lincoln last weok.
llavo you ButiBcribed for tho Nebraska
und Kansas Farmer. If not como in at
onco and do bo. Oflico with Tin: CniK.r.
Our popular bIioo doaler, henry Doid
rick waa mado happy thia weok by the
advent ot another little "aoul" at hie
President D. 11. Dungan of Cotnor
University will preach at tho Christian
chureh, morning and ovening, Sunday
Tho public Bale of J. S. Cox takes
place on tho 21tb, at his reaidonco two
miloa oust und 1lA ,n''0Q north at Rod
Cloud. Don't forgot it.
Mrs, Mollio Nolandor and Misa Sylvia
Cook returned to thoir homoa in Iowa
aftor a pleasant aojourn in Rod Cloud
for Bavoral months. Thoy are very
ploaeant ladica and will bo miesod among
thoir many frionda.
Tho regular Bpriug oloction tussol is
now in progress. First tho republicans
put up candidatoa. Thon tho disgrunt
lod olemont got out thoir big knifo nnd
begin to slash right and loft. Thon
comoa 11 citir.oua convontion and anothor
ticket Ib nomitatod. And thon, oh
Last Sundoy evoning whilo tho MisseB
Graco nnd Lucy Gurbor wore taking a
moonlight sleigh ride with Clarence
Gurnoy thoy mot with n bad uccidont.
Whon thoy wore about throo milea from
homo tho Bleigh broko nnd it waa impos
Biblo for them to go homo until a wagon
waH Bocured from 11 farm houso nour by.
Wo lire glad to report that tho girls
wore not Boriously injured.
Tho citizon'H ticket aa nominated ia
For Mayor D. J. Myora.
Treasurer Eliuor Kaley.
Clerk Goo. Morhart.
Police .Tudgo J. Portor, Jr.
Engineer O. S, Uunnett.
Hoard of Education 2d Ward, A. II.
Kaloy; 1st Ward; 0. Wionor.
Aldormon 1st Ward, Geo. Holliator.
2d Ward, David Koalur.
The U. S. Gov't Reports
" show Royal Baking Powder
Correct time at Penman.
C. Roiglo is homo from Htbron.
C. SchatTnit went to Iowa this wook.
M. C. Sherman was in Fremont Mon
John 1'olnicky is daddy of a great big
Mra. O. P. Vargor wont to Akron tnis
Will Velsur made a run to Republican
Mra. Minnio Gray haa returned from
Tho ua-wssors hold thoir annual moot
ing on Mouday.
Hill Hayes ia tho papa of a thirtcon
pound baby boy.
LouiH IJangert of Lawrence was in
tho city this weok.
Trainmaster Kenyon of McCookwiiB
in tho city Wednesday.
Dick Gray haa accepted a position
with Aultmun-Millor & Co.
Cotting ia closing nut a beautiful lino
of curtuins for 2"icta each, complote.
Tho rovivnl moetinga are still in pro
gnBn with quite a number of rteokors.
Geo. Hutchinson's wife is improving
in health na fast us could bo expected.
Liverym Ed Clumpy returned Mon
day from Superior where ho waa visit! ng
Six prairie Bchoonora wondud thoir
way westward Saturday night during
tho great snow otorm.
Don't mif-a tho phonogrngh concert
given under tho uuspicoa ot tho Congre
gational church Monday ovoningiitTtfl).
Como and too the vast assortment of
shirts. You will bo surprised to lind
such low prices. Wioiu-r, tho Clothier.
Tlios. Sutton of Oiifclow, Iowa, ia v!h
iting with his father, A. E. .Sutton, thia
woek. Ho is a bright boy and likca Nebraska.
Geo. Hummel, fathor of Rev. G.W,
lluiittuell, haa returned from Iowa and
BayB he will plant littt-on acres of water
Hishop Graves will bo in Red Cloud
on Monday ovening and will hold con
lirmation Borvicoa in Grncu Episcopal
If nil indications point aright the
wheat crop will bo iuimenso thia spring,
tho biiowb of tho piiBt few days have
dono their work well.
F. L. Daggott has taken tho agency
ot tho Daisy lantern, and it is a daisy
too. It ia ono of tho best lantorna ot
the period and cheap too.
Ono of the boat and deepost snows
that has ovor fallen in thia section ot
Nebraska, foil since our last issuo and to
a depth ot tit least ten inchoson a level .
ThoFarmorB Instituto to bo held at
Guide Rock on tho 16th, was continued
to another dnto to bo aelectod, owing to
tho bad weather und failure ot Prof.
Campbell to be present.
Do not forgot tho Sunday school con
vention noxt wook. Remember that
evoryono who loves tho work should bo
prosoot and holp tho good work ulong.
Put your shoulder to the whoel.
Prudont peoplo proporly prefer thoir
prescriptions propurod by a practical
pharmacist in a propor maunor prociBoly
as proscribed by tho practicing physic
ian. Tuko them to Cotting's Pharmacy .
Rev. Goo. W. Uuramoi was in Illadon
on Wsdnosday where ho waa callod to
porform tho marriage coromony by
which Porcy O. GrundstalT, son of J. L.
GrandatnlT of that placo, was united in
matrimony to Miss Heater Lutz. Tm:
CiiiF.i' extends congratulations to the
Rev. 13, L. Ely, one of the most pop
ular divines that ovor occupied a pulpit
in Rod Cloud, wub in tho city thia weok.
He preached in tho Congregational
church Sunday morning und evoning
und that udillco waa illlod with hia many
admirers. Ho returned to Omaha on
Mouday. Ho has a vory warm place in
tho hearts ot Rod Cloud peoplo,
Jim Winterstoin, tho irrepressible
Stuto Journul drummor, und ono ot tho
first compositors on Tm: Cjiikk in '7!),
invaded our sanctum last Tuesday. Ho
ia fond of telling tho groat ovouta of
early frontier life, and Jim can tell 'em
from uxporienco too, aud that iuti't all,
ho haa plenty ot witnesses right here.
Tho initial number of tho Nebraska
nnd KunsiiB Farmor ia on dock this wook.
It ia u 1(1 page journal, devoted to agri
culture and stock raising and ovorything
protaiiiing thereto. It is published by
tho Farmor Co., in Rod Cloud with A.
C. Ilosmor at tho helm no manager. Tho
Farmer ia 11 beauty in point of typo
graphical neatness, und is one ot tho
beta publications of tho kind in tho
KtlltruMMli4 Mntnle Welilinun.
Il..nrt..ra i .'WtHII'lUl Dill)'.
Keportcm f Mllry KamMi
Mre, Ridley and Mies Lona Uailoy
woro cullers Thursday p. m.
Examination will take placo noxt
weok and the next week will bo vacation.
Whispering is now forbidden in tho
high Bchool. A good plan.
Pupils working in tho labratory Bliould
not got so interested in their work that
they forget where thoy nro going and
run against the stove with such violunco
us to knock it over, This midhnp ia
llablo to bo vory dangerous, especially
whon tho fltovo him n lire in it.
Mrs. IHnncho Vargor was 11 callor
Tho Chicago Record Iibb been polected
ns ono of the reading paporsin the high
Mrs. Haum being sick Monday nnd
Tuesday, hor room was taught by Leon
Mr. II. Cok nnd Mr. T. C. Hacker
woro pleaennt cullers Friday.
Tho school ontortainmont which was
to tako placo on March 20th, han been
postponed till March Hlit.
Tho Oth grade took a Until examination
in arithmotic Monday and are now tnk
ing up mental iiritumottc.
Horace Spanoglo visited high school
Tho Geometry elnsB was conducted by
Helen Roby on Tuesday, by Pearl Lud
low on Wednesday, and on Thursday by
If the weather is favorablo to morrow
(Saturday afternoon tho S. ot V. band
will give one ot its splendid opon air
concorts on Muin stroot at !t o'clock.
Following iB tho program:
March Royal Arcanum Hall
Ovorturo Brunswick Rolllnson
Vulso Brillinnto Viola Carlo Mora
March University of Pennsylvania
Russian Mazurka La Czariuo...Ganno
Polka Pitter Patter Urooko
March Naval Roviow Jonninga
l'uro blood ii tho Mifeguard of health.
Keen lour blood purt, rieh and full of
vitality by taking Ilood'o Suraapiirilla,
and yon will not need to fear the uttiicltH
Hood's pill-) cure liver ills', constipation
jnuudice, aiuh headache, billouqiiuna. 'J.r,o.
Jon. Hunter, Jr., aged 17, boh ot Jos.
Hunter, sr., living noar Guide Rock, met
with a fatal accident on last Satundny,
while out hunting. Himself and friend
wont to tho river in 11 wagon. Whon
near tho bouth sido of tho farm they
saw a Hock of geeso and tho young man
hastened to the wagon to get the gun,
and in pulling it out ot the wagon with
tho mu 7.7.1 0 toward him tho hammer
wub raised Biilllciont to discharge the
gun, tho load ot 1515 shot taking ouoct
noar tho young man's heart, killing him
almost instantly.. Ho was taken to hie
homo whore tho parents woro ovorcomo
with grief, ho being thoir only boh.
Medical aid was of no avail, and tho
young lifo wontoutboforoit lind roachod
tho meridian. The funeral took placo
Sunday. It wub one of tho saddest
deaths that has occurred in tho locality
ot Guido Rock for many yours.
ortiio kuIkiun r iiiru iiii
lit llic MitMMlli Hall on
On Thursday iiftornoon Grand Chan
cellor Ge. E. Ford, of Kearney, and
Gua Norburg, Grand Vice Chancellor of
Holdrege, iiBpisled by representiitlvea of
Rod Cross lodge, Dine Hill; LucuIIub
lodge, Ulooiulngton; and Calantho lodge
of this city, convened a district mooting
in this city. About tlnrty-tlvo represen
tatives woro present and tho good work
porformed was 11 great source of pleasure
to tho mombors of Calantho lodge ns
wollaa to tho visiting mombors. The
secret work was exeinplilled, and many
interesting points in law ex
pounded that tilways create more or lesa
enthusiasm among subordiuato mom
bors. During tho evening session a love
futiBt wan indulged in, and members
from homo and abroad talked 011 the
principles of Pythianisin, Hro. Geo. E,
Ford, present grand chancellor, Ib ono of
tho most intellectual Knights that it
litis bien our pleasure to meet, nnd hia
vory uoul seemed inspired with the great
caiiso ot Damon aud Pythias, nnd what
is more, ho ia ahvnjH ready to live it.
During his administration tho grand
lodgo has become free of debt and is
placed on a solid basin.
tiro. Gus Norburg is another ono of
thoso PythinnB whoso noul wells up
with a superabundance of good things
for tho order, and is always ready to do
fond its principlea and tenotn. lie ia
always found doing the good work of
tho order, and ever willing to extend 11
Tho grand lodge of Nobrnsku ia for.
tunate in having two bucIi ardent
brothora at the head of the organization
and before the ) ear panics, wo bespeak
for tho grand domain ono of the moat
successful years ever experienced in its
history in Nebraska. The times have
boon vory hard during the past two
years, yet tho momhorship han not di
minished and through the tint evcolleu t
executive ns well as buniniHS ability tho
grand lodgo is out of debt and haa money
in the exchequer.
Tho meeting or Thursday will lie a
great help to the local lodge, and Imforo
nix moutliH rolls arniiud there will bo
much new energy (lispla)eil aud many
now membora on the way to learning
more ot Pythian mystery. May tho
principles of Friendship, Chanty and
ISenovolenco boombla.DUed upon tho es
cutcheon of every truo knight.
A card on the outside of ollico door
anvs: "Gono to lunch. Ho back iu ton
minutes." And, tho man will be thoro on
time. That is, for somo days, woekH or
oven months, ho will. Then he will be at
homo occasionally for a day, He'll tell
you ho had a headache a turn of cholera
marbus, or maybe he'll say he had n lump
in his stomach and felt too miserable to
move. Tho lump wan probably two or
three ton-minuto Innchos condensed.
The man who "bolts" his lunches will find
Dr. l'ieroo's Pleasant Pellets the best
friend ho ovor met. There is no case of
biliousness, indigestion, "lionrt-bnru," or
any of tho rest of the night-maro brood
ing brood, that theso little "l'llots" will
not cure. They euro permanently. Send
21 cents in ono-cent stamps to World's
Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo,
N. Y., and receive Dr. I'lorou's 1008 page
"Common Senso Modioal Advisor," pro
Tho March issuo ot tho NobraBka nnd
Kansas Farmor is now prlntod and roady
for distribution. Thousands ot copies
have boon mailod to all parts of tho
Unitod States, thus adyortioing Nobras -
kn and Kuneus in good shape Evory
poreon having frionda in tho north, east,
south anil west, ohould subsoribo for
from two to ten copies for distribution
ovor the country. To thoso desiring to
do bo, u vory low prico will be mado, It
ia an entorprieo that all should bo proud
of. The papor is purely non-partisan
and dovoUd ontiroly to practical farm
farming nnd otock raising. For a lim
ited numbor ot duya tiny poreon Bonding
us 61 in moni'.i wo will Bond ton copies
for ono your to any address thoy muy
name in the Unitod States. You cannot
mako 11 bettor present to your frionda .
Writo tit onco, nddressing tho Nkiikahka
ani Kansas Faumkii, Rod Cloud, No -briiBka.
Ollico with Hf.i) Cr.oui) CiiiF.r ,
4Jlly Iuiillimii :nivt!iilloii.
Tho republican delegates elected at 11
regular primary oloction IiirI Tuesday
afternoon, mot in tho court hoiiho last
Friday night and organized by olecting
C. W. Kaley chairman and Walt Sher
Tho credentials boing unchallenged,
tho work of nominating candidates com
tnoncod.' It took ton ballots to docido the choico
of tho convontion. On tho 10th ballot
M. R, Uontloy was choson 11a tho otand
Ho made a short speech accopting tho
nomination nnd thanking tho conven
tion foi the flntno.
John Garbor waa nominutod for city
Goorgo W. Dow wbb noniinntod for
For board of oducation, C. L. Cottin g
nnd D. F. McFurland.
City contral committoo, R. U. Fulton,
chairman, Firat ward, A. H. Kaloy, G .
J. Warren and A. C. Hoaaier. Second
ward, M. O. Sherman, W. U. Roby, Ran
Hon. C, W. Knloy waa ondoraod for
Tho Socond ward nominated L. II.
Dock for nldorman, nnd tho Firat ward
nominutod Goorgo Holliater.
A resolution to vote upon thequoBtion
of licenso or no liconso was votod down,
a quostion of law boing raisod as to
wbothor it could bo placed upon tho
Australian ballot in that form.
Any poreon wishing information in
regard to sontributions by citizens for
relief of the poor "some fow weoks ago"
can bo ouppliod by calling on
Stuacubk, N. Y March 12 A heavy
snow storm bouiuu uown on una
Btnto lust night, tho heaviest being bo
twoon this placo and Albany. Wo .havo
had u long winter. Sleighing com
moncod January 4th und has kept it up
ovorainco. Cnndemna day waaaunBhinoy
nnd wo havo hud llvo woeks straight
Tho list ot lottors romuining nt tho
poBtollIco uncatlod for up to March 10,
Ayros, Huiiob Roiso, Myrtlo
Condon, E. A. Jornburg, Oscnr
Tho nbovo totters will be oent to tho
dead letter ollico April 2, 18D0. If not
callod for. Fr.ANuCowut.N, Postmuotor.
Highest Honors World' Pttk
Over 500 Pairs
TO SELECT FROM.
Wt! hiivo good Htrong Cotton
PimtB t (fi and 1)0 cents.
Good (tiality Cotton Worskd
PnntHHtiH, 1.25. 1.40.
The best Joans PantH ovor
shown ntl and 1.50.
Good all wool CasHinujie Pants
from $'2.50 (o 5.00.
Knot! Pantt, sixes I) to 11, from
'25 cents up. Our 40 oe.nt
grade are hum mors.
BOYS' PANTS nt ALL PRICES.
All our Mother's Friend Shirt Waists.
Our $1.'25 grade, now 75 cents; $1 grade, 00 cents;
50 cent grade, now .'5 cents.
Arc You Going to Paper? 3
oust mcck.; .stock or
r Weill Paper H
- Is now displayed. Wo can show you roiuo bountiful patterns nt 10
y niHUUconts. Fine Gilta for 15 to UTj conts, and liner grndtn if
?"- you want them. Wo invito your trudo in paper nnd pninte.
E C. L. COT TING, The Druggist.
MENT NEXT WEEK,
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A. H. KALEY, Prop.
MOST PERFECT MADE,
A puie Grape Crcr.m of Taitir Powder. Frw
voni Atuinonia, Alum cr any other rduIteranA
10 VP.ARS Tlili STANDAVJU
Have a Watch you want repaired,
OR A CLOCK,
Or any kind of Jewelry Engraving you want
clone, Bangle Work, Etc,,
Spectacles fitted scientifically by a graduate optician
who understands the business, go to
lL superior to an otaers.
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