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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1896)
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To the Editor : 1 have an absolute
remedy for Consumption. Dy 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
wmi two tollies free to those of your readers "
Who have Consumption.Tliroat, Bronchial or
Jw& Trouble, if they will write me their
press and postofllce address. Sincerely, .
T. A. S10CTJM, M. C, 18) Petri St., Hew Tot.
WSf Th tentorial mml HuilntM Mnfmnt of. I
ibw l'kixr UuuuUa tills gtueruui rrvputiuoa-
U. V fll. K. II. Timo 'laltl )
60, t.ooil Ki eight, IV Bit in.
16, rieueiwr, " m:ifl " Ar jn.no a. m.
M,l'Ritl'r-ixiit. " li-iip. !" 1:00 p.m.
lfl, Mixed limn, l.v 11:35 ii, in. Aril :I5 p. in
03, KiiBt Kri'lylit, l.v ll:Ua. m. Ar 10:30 a. in
141, Mixed TrMn, " iJiivlp. in. " It :w ii. in
is, russt'iiKur, " isiuu. in. " HMOp. in
"I TILK HON TON'S
stuau, i:gu, 4.
r 1 m IHITTI'II V
$ pi u, corFui:.
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K- The Grand Hotel.
Cor l.'Ut K (J Ms , Mncoln, Net).
lOfi Nioely t,iiriiilioil Itoomfl. Elevator.
Steam Heat. Uleotrio Hells. Only two
blocks from tln two jirinolmt then,
W T SITNt'l'.. S r I'KNCK. MunapTM
Reduction in repair
ing on shoes sold from
our stock only, others
Nailing menu' lulC Holes 50
Ladies' liult Boles'. 40
Boys half uoles 40
Misses and youths half boIob .'15
Childrena' hulf boIob 2r.
Soe regular mid
Ciucinui.li Hoot uud Shoo Storo
A. II. Kaloy, Prop.
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OIlS AA'I K.N'DS.
Go to Petereou'tf uiul got an Ohio cul
tivator. Will Porry in duddy of u bouncing
Tho statu fair will coininenco In Au
guet thiB (-oiiwin.
If you want your repairing done right
got Geo. llluir to do it.
We ho pa Major Myora will boo to it
that the wtMidB In tho Btroota are cut
Tho county hoard of oiiporviBors were
in session thiu week as a bonrd of oquli
nation. L. If. Fort and family havo roturncd
home fioni th.it part of tho etato,
whom they hni Im-.mi vii.iting.
Litroy Tint, mititul editor of Tur.
Chikk, wan in Republican City this
week on buoituvH loiuieoted with thia
Rpinnmber that jou can got Tin:
Cimrund tin- Nebraska and Kansas
Farmer, one je.ir for 1.0!) iu ciihh, by
piijiui; up now.
Hcimmhor that the Nebraska and
KaiiBiio interatato fair will b one of tho
grandest iiititiiiiiiis of the kind ever
hold iu this part 'f t I'o webt. Tlio aseo
elation will give s-.'niOO in premiums and
2000 for speed.
A. G. Delhi and wife, of Edgar, accom
panied by Mm. T. 10. Ham, wero up to
the old farm near Cowlos the othor day,
and A. G, took a notion to como over to
this city and vieit friends and of courso
callod on this Groat Family Wookly.
Dr. J. S. Emigh, now says. "Lot the
winds como, the rninB descend, and yet
I am on tho Bafo side. My house may
bo swept away by wind or wator, but
my cyclono parlor in too deep in mother
earth to be pulled up by tho roots by a
wicked tornado' That's the way tho
doctor talked aa he hoadod for bis now
cave last Saturday afternoon, when somo
scarry clouds funned in tho heavens.
He has just completed a fine brick cavo
as a safeguard against such monster
demonstrations of heavonly fury as was
exhibited at St. Luuia recently.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A cute Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frat
"Horn Ammonia, Alum or any other rdulteraasi
0 YCA).S THE STANDARD
1 " "wuw ruiuuw Dirumauup-iNttiir
t I) - Hojwer. Agt lied cinmi, svi,.
New potatot h are coiuiug into market.
Henry Clark was in niuotnlnuton this
Street Commissioner Kinuel ie grading
TIiob. McCarl of McCook was in Red
Cloud thia week. '
Mrs. Win. JoBelyh of Orleans was in
tho city Monday.
Mino HeFPio Carpenter is visiting in
Franklin this wek.
It jou debiro to know your birth Blono
look at Penman's ad.
,1. A. TiiIIojb and h- P. Albright woro
in Omaha thia weok.
A comHeto new llhe of wall pnpor at
Taylor's at bottom (sicca.
If jou want a tin fcoof that won't leak
got Geo, llluir to piH it on.
J. O. Hutlor left Tuepday morning for
Ohio, 011 a viait to Ms folks.
Dr. J. W. Roblh&n of Gntde Hock
was in Rod Cloud, o& Thursday.
A nice line of Itwjios' ties to be worn
with tho shirt wnjpfc si Wiener's.
iluttermllk soap ftmoo cents n cake,
bix cakes for 15 cet at Cottlng'e,
Mrs. J. Ilnyos of Ouido Rock was the
guoBt of Mrs. Hmfaa Strohm thia weok.
"That tirod feeling" is rellovcd by a
glass of Coca-Cola at Cotting's fountain.
Como and boo "what I can do for you
beforo you buy a bifiJor. James Poter
son. Mrs. D. M. Able returned Sunday evo
ning from a viait M s few weoks in Da
kota. Misses Cora and Graco Garber depart
ed last Saturday for Lincoln, to attend
Always in season, Ilopkln's Steamod
Hominy (Hullod Corn). Elegant lunch
Messrs. Tyndall Currnn and Fred
Gunn woro down from Blue Hill last
I can savo you twenty dollars on a bin
der if you willffivome a chance. James
Elmer Kuley is home from Iowa this
week, whero he has a position as travel
It you want to buy a binder I can oavo
you raony. Call and see me beforo you
order. Jamos Petoreon.
Col. Clarence SUne of tho Superior
Journal, invaded our don this wook
while visiting in this city.
Our affable and, in fact, our best coun
ty treasurer, J. S. White, was in Bluo
Hill this weok on business.
Mrs. Rev. J. A. Randall and daughtor
Annie are in the city this weok tho
guosts of C. B. Crono and family,
Mrs. C. E. Taylor and childron of
Missouri are visiting with bor brothers,
Frod and Dell l'urnuro, this week.
The Franklin Sentinel camu out last
weok with a very nice write-up on tho
graduating class of Franklin Acadomy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Winters went to
Lincoln Sunday to attend tho com
mencomout exorcises of tho University.
Willio HaskinB was thrown from his
horso this weok and rocolvcd a serious
abrasion of tho cuticle on bis facial or
gan. Loiiib Bangert, a prosporotiB farmer
of Lawrenco was in Red Cloud this
week and paid thia ollico a ploaeant
ThoBohool apportionment for Webster
county was 3031 83. This will bo quito
a little lift to tho various schools of the
M. Storn, of Hastings, is going to put
up u one story brick on his corner lot
Bjuth of Henry Cook's. It would make
a nico improvement.
Mrs. Dr. G. K. McKoeby, Rov. Goo. O.
Yeisor and daughter P. D. wero inOr
loans Sunday to hoar tho coleb rated di
vino, DoWitt T. Talmuge.
Col.-H. II. Hosklns, the talonted edi
tor of tho Norcater Journal, was a
pleasant callor at these headquarters
whilo on business in this city this wook.
Tho board at supervisors havo boen in
Bession all this weok, principally waiting
for the assessor in Oak Croek township
to comply with tho law and return his
The 4th of July celebration under the
auspicos of tho lire departmont, is going
to bo a good ono and we hopo that our
citizens will do their utmost to mako it
a grand success.
Rev. F. Delhi of Brad aha w, who has
traveled through the oastern country
embracing the land known as Palestine,
lectured to a fair audience in tho M. E.
church Wednesday evening, on his trip
and what he saw, The lecture wbb
quite interesting and was of an histori
cal nature. Ho had some relics that he
brought with him, that bore a bibical
history. The lecture was good and had
hs bad a good crowd, would havo boen
Now Is thatime to provide yourself and
family with a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colle, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy aa
a safeguard against an attack of bowel
complaint dorlag the summer months.
It coita bat 25 cents and is almost snre
to be needed before the Hammer is over.
This remedy never fall, oven In the most
severe casta, and is in fact tho only pre
paration that can always be depended on
When rodnoed with water it is pleasant
to take. For mlo by II. L'. Oripe,
i.oiriK itw.T.ritt .,- iu
RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY. JUNE
Correct time nt IVnnmnV,
J. I. Miner and Geo. Con
on Tuesday morning from an
journey in the west.
Miss UoHii Hulton is visiting friends
in the city this week.
Mjhb Stella Ducker is home from Iter
6chool (lutieii at Miudon.
Any child who can hautllo u team cau
handle the Ohio cultivator.
I havo the only thoroiighbrod Jersey
bull iu Htd Cloud. Lon Aultz.
Mrs. Wm. Holmrt and daughter of
Riverton wero in Hed Cloud Tuesday.
The Germnn Insurance Co. of Free
port. III. O. C. Tort ngent, Red Cloud.
The Sunday-school rally at Itluu Hill
was largely attended by Red Cloud peo
pie last Sunday.
Rev. G. W. Hummel wont to Lincoln
Tuesday morning, where li is daughters
nro attending school.
C. W. Knloy of Red Cloud, regent of
tho univoroity, is registered ut the Lin
coln. State Journal.
Beforo placing your ordor, it will pay
you to got my prices on the Buckeyo
Binder. Jiib. Peterson.
These are times whon it paje to look
around beforo placing insurance Call
on O. C. Tool, Rod Cloud.
Ono swallow doen not make Spring, but
one nwallow of One Minute-Cough Ctiro
bring relief. O. L. Getting.
Come and eeo the vast assortment of
shirU. You will bo surprieod to tlnd
such low prices. Wiener, tho Clothier.
When you want a nico Biuooth shavo
or hair-cut, givo Goo, F.intrees a coll
One door south of the Bon Ton Bakery.
I have a carload of binding twine,
which it will pay farmers to get prices
on beforo buying oloowhore. Jus. Peter
There was a surpriso party on Mrs. J.
A. Baum on Thursday evening by hor
fourth room pupils. A pleasant time
I havo a twelvo horso power traction
engine, nearly new, that I will soil cheap
or trade for stock. James Peterson,
Rod Cloud, Nob.
Superintendent Cnmpboll, of McCook
and Trainmnstor McFarlaud, of Rod
Cloud woro in tho city Inst night. Has
Miss P. D. Yoisor was In Orleans the
first of the weok, in nttondanco at tho
Chautauqua, whoro sho heard tho noted
Dr. Talmago locturo.
Tho financial question is ono that is
agitating a great many now-a-dayn, and
with many money is a scarco article and
will bo for some timo.
The bicyclo club is working every
evening on thoir track, nud otherwise
preparing for the greatest meet evor
hold in this part of the country.
Rov. Guiwits of Sheldon, Nebraska,
occupied tho M. E. pulpit last Sunday
morning and evening. Ho is a very
ploiisant epenkor and talks along a line
th-t Btirely must win.
In the Hpring a jonng mnn'rf fancy
lightly turns to thought of UoWitt's
Little Karly Rifler, fr they nlways
olennne the liver, purify tho blood, and
invigorntu tho system. O. L. (Jotting.
Turnure Bros, delivery horso objocte
to being hit in tho head with a boaril
and consequently run nwaj", Saturday,
but did not do much damage. Tho
wind blow tho board up which struck
Tho llsh law is In effect from tho first
day of June to the tirst day of Septem
ber, during which timo it is unlawful to
catch tlsli for sule or for tho purhoso of
packing. Violation punishable by a tlno
from SCO to 8100. Hobron Journul.
Tho will bo n gathoring of whoolmen
nt Hustings noxt Sunday. Pictures will
bo taken at ono o'clock in front of the
Bostwick hotol, for publication in the
Cycling West, and other whool papers.
All the neighboring towns will bo repre
sented. Stand close to a high fence
and try to leap over. You
fall. Walk back a few steps,
get a good start. The fence
Is easily cleared. Neglect
your cough, never mind your
loss In weight, and when con
sumption faces you, your
strength may not be sufficient
to carry you over the danger
line. If you could only go
back a few weeks and make
a good start, you might win.
of Cod-liver Oil, with Hypo
phosphites, Is for you even ff
you are only a little thin,
SCOTT'S eriULSION kai been
dorsed by the medical profession for
twenty years. (A ik your doctor.) Thia
is because it is always falatablt alwaya
uniform always contains tbt purest Not'
veixian Cod-liver Oil and Hypopbosplitit.
Put up iu 50 cent and $1.00 si:cs. The
mail size may be enough to cure your
cough or help your baby.
Morhart wiib in Omaha tliit
Yeiser is taking the school
Mrp, J. II. Smith was in Oileans on 11
visit this week,
The Mlhseo Lillian and Pearl Smith
woro iu Riverton this week.
M. Storn wiib down from HiiBtlngB one
or two dnj'B this week.
Charley Giimey and Frsnk Taj lor
shipped Borne stock to Kansas City this
Tho Red Cloud S. of V. hand hold Its
annual elect ion of ollicnrs hint Tuesday
evening. Tho newly elected membors
aro as follows: C. II, Knloy, presldont;
A, B. Sollnre, vicopreaident; Geo. Mor
hart, secretary; O. V, Bell, trjanurer.
E. W. Knley, of Red Cloud, Nob., camo
to A Morton last weok and linn beon tho
guost of D. F. Scott and family, and en
jojedn plonBunt viait with his old timo
friends. Mr. Knloy is a gontloinan of
pleasant address, ro lined and cultured,
nnd with his genial prosentmonts has
tho respect and favor of Allorton'o aocial
circles, manv of whom gavo him a part
ing hand with a hope that they may, in
tho near future, extend to him n wol
como return. Allerton, Iowa, Nows.
Tho board of education havo elected
tho following additional teachers but
havo not, ob yot, assigned thorn to rooniB.
Mre. O. C. Case.
Mrs. J. A. Baum.
Miss Nellie Kaloy.
Miss Susie Kenndy.
The soloctions are good ones, and ua
far this paper is concerned perfoctly sat
satsifactory. Tun Ciiik.p is bo prejudic
ed to home interests that wo beliovo
that homo toachors should always bo
secured evon to the exclusion of out
siders. The Wobstor county W. C, T. U. will
hold thoir annual convention at Bluo
Hill tho 10th and 17th of this month.
Tuosdny aftornoon a reception will bo
given to tho delegates. Tho convention
will conveno in tho overling with songs,
recitations, addresses and othor good
things. Tho Editor of tho Union Workor
Airs. A. iu. Hunting will Do prosont on
Wednesday and give an address in tho
evoning. All ministers of tho gospel
and their wives nre invited to bo prosont
and take part in tho exercises. Every
body invitod to all tho sessions of tho
convention. This !b not a secret socloty.
Come and henr what wo havo boon do
ing. K. B. Knkuit, Pros,
1MM - II,.
If tho Nebraska olllciuls who are serv
ing their first term expoct a ronominn
tion by acclamation tlioy must hasten
and romove the unsightly woods grow
ing up on the etato houso square and
make tho territory betweon Fourteenth
and Sixtoonth streets and botweon II
and K loss liko a Kansas cornllold.
They aro all nblobodiod men nnd nt tho
prosont time havo littlo olso to do than
boo that tho grounds intended by the
fathora of tho commonwealth for a
lawn aro used us such. Tho prosont up
ponrancee of Nebraska's park are posi
tively shocking nnd humiliating.
So, Silas, bring tho sickle nut,
And Russoli pull your vest;
Lot Churchill ravo and Piper shout
And Corbott with tho rest.
No groator patriotic doodB
Can over como to pass
Than pulling tho. 0 unsightly woods
Aim BHiBliing down the grass.
Tho council has in its wisdom soen
tit to increaso tho wator rates way out
of reason, and especially bo at this timo
whon money is scarce and much harder
to got than yours ago whon the rates
wore mado and at that timo supposed
to bo very high. The prosont pricos
will largely oporato as a moasuro to de
crease tho ubo of city wator at this timo.
Tho motor rates have boon incroasod
from $3(1 to 160 just double, nnd ten dol
lars highor than in the years of prosper
ity. We can not soe the justice nor the
good judgmont in the presont rniso bb
very f ow people can pay it. There seems
to be a question as to tho legality of tho
city making a special levy, and it thore
is such a statu to it is clearly unconsti
tutional, from tho fact that it the city
is allowed to own the plant it has the
samo right to mantain it by taxation, for
tho reason that if thore should bo at
any time no consumers, how else could
the plant bo used aa a tiro protection,
exoept by a special tax. There should
be n lovy made for tho mantenanco of
tho plant and if not according to law,
strictly, it should bo according to good
aenae. Every citizen in tho city has g
right to holp support the water works,
whether a patron or not, aa a tire pre
tention, and it must be a silly law that
would take away the power of a city to
support such fire protection. Aa to the
increase of the water rental at this timo,
we beliera it injudlcloua to the interest
of the poople.
lallaMMBrtmrr HheuMatlsaa Cure
4 la a Dajra.
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, lnd., aays:
"My wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism
in every mosele aad joint, her anfferlnf
wbs terrible and her body and laoe wero
swollen nlmost beyond recognition; had
beon In bed for six weeks and had eight
physicians but reoeived no benefit until
she tried the MYSTIC CURE FOR
RHEUMATISM. It gave immediate ro
tief and hIio wan able to walk about in
thren days. I am sure it Baved her life."
Hold by II, E. Uricu diagist, Hud Cloud.
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12, 18! W.
THE WELL-DRESSED MAN
Is he whose apparel is in keeping
with the season don't allow Spring
to catch you in those old Winter
clothes, when a few dollars will buy
a new H. S & M. Spring Suit...
Thia Label on a Garment In-
urea Perfect Fit RaajM
nd Satiifaction aPSr
It aland for tho boat that
Money Can Buy or Skill
Now is Your Chance!
In order not to cany over any of our LIGHT COLORED
SUITS, wo will mako the following big cat on all
that are market! to .sell from $12 to $10.
$16 00 SUITS NOW AT
A STRAIGHT I1T OF TWI'.NTY-riVi: PKIl CKNT.
We have only a few left, and they will not remain vry long
on our shelves at the present prices.
Wiener, The Clothier.
June 4 at 4:30 o'clock at tho rcsidenco
of Mr. L. C. Olmstead, his accomplished
daughtor Misa Corn to Mr. Arthur Wol
cott, ono of Innvales most promising
young mon. The Rev. Mr. Blackwoll,
pastor of tho Methodist church spoko
tho words that randn them uharers of
the blessings nnd triaki of life. Miss
Emma Halo was bridesmaid and Mr.
Chus. Olmsted host man. Twenty-two
frionda and rolatlvos witnessed tho cere
mony. Af tor best wishes woro expressed
tho company were invited to tho dining
room whore a bountiful repast was
spread. Tho nowly married pair woro
tho recipients of tunny beautiful and
costly presents. Tho young couple aro
well known iu Inavalo and vicinity nnd
ure vory much esteemed by all. They
will move into thoir own home in tho
north part of town. Long life and rich
blessings be theirs.
Facts Speak l.oudcr
Out of tho 4,r.0.00() boxes of Ueggfl'
German Salve Hold in I8!ir, only three
boxes were returned ns unsatisfactory.
This seems almost incredible ns every
box has a positive guarantee noeompauy
ingit. C L Cottlng sells It.
R. W. Allen was in a Cnwkor City ho
tel Saturday night "wrapt in peaceful
slumbors," until ho was awakonod by
tho wind and scurring around of tho
guests of the house like they woro crazy.
He aroso nnd looked out of the window
and there betweon the flashes of light
ning he could distinctly seo tho big
black funnel-shaped cloud moving to
ward him. Ho thought IiIb time had
como. Ho made a hasty prayer, asking
tho Lord to oxcubo him for boing a hard
money democrat, and promisod to be a
good populist it he was only spared for
another campaign. All preparations bo
ing now ready he braced bimsolf for the
cash, After waiting a few momenta
longer he ventured to the window, and
obtained a different view of the storm,
The big tree which stood by tho window
was still there, but did not look ao much
Ilka the little end of a funnel aa before.
The hotel passed through the hard wind
aafely and Allan waa aavad. But he is
not willing to give the prayer the credit
of hia escape from a cyclone. Smith
Mataata will lot Chamberlain's Coagh
R.m.dy especially valuable for oronp
aad whoaplng oongh. It will giva
prompt reltof and Is safe and pleasant.
We have sold it for several years and it
has never failed to give the most perfeot
satisfaction. O. W. Richards, Dsqnesno,
l'o. Bold by II. E. Qrice.
Children Cry for
tin i ,5
IICKgft' Hair Hutiowvr.
No preparation ever put on the market
has given ninth unlverHnl mitisfiiaHon. It
is not only a hair retitiwer nnd invigora
tor, Imt cleanxoH the ttoalpof nil dandruff,
leaving the hair soft, flossy and Inxnri
nut. Sold liy C. L. Cottlng.
An oxchiingo prititn the following:
Mon nro liko hogs, however diiilaatoful
this may sound to hogs. Whon u hog
geta an ear of corn, every i 'her hog will
trot along huhiml him and iquenl and
whine and beg and toady f.ir n bite, but
let tho front hog get in n tight, place,
with bin head fast in a crack, and every
Hon of a sow will jump and tear him to
poicon. Just so with men. Aa long ob a
man is prosperous and has money, ho
can't keep friends of with a baseball bat.
Tho moment lie is unfortunate and his
wealth is gone, ho is not only Hiiubbod
by bin former nllegod friends, but they
at once begin to do nil tho harm possible
Whon ho starts down grade tho world
steps to ono side and greases tho track.
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Itlit'iimutlNin Cured In a Day.
"M"STIC CURE" for Rhonmatlsm
nnd Neuralgia rndioally onron iu 1 to .1
days. Ite notion upou the system is re
mark, bio nnd mysterious. It roinoros
at on oo tho cause and tho disease immed
iately disappears. The first dose greatly
benefits. 7o oonts. Bold by II, E. Orioe
rnggist, Hed Clond.
Tboso farmers nnd othors who havo
friends in tho oast and desire to Bond
tho Nebraska and Kansas Farmor to
thorn ought to do so now, while tho
prico is down low. Fifty cents will sond
it to live poople for ono yoar each. Come
in or send in your names nnd money at
once, aa tho low rnto timo oxpirea Jnly 1,
The Faiimkii Co,
Publishers, Red Cloud, Neb,
Tlio Perfect Ointment.
The virtue of Beggs' German Halve is
its qntck healing power. Else it would
not have earned its world wide reputa
tion. Yonr popular draggitt 0. L. Cot
tlng has it.
Wanted, Stock to Paiture,
Goad ahnde and plenty of water.
Terms reasonable. Pasture five mllas
aouth of Rosemont.
John Kwiook, Rosemont, Neb.
It doea not Pay
to experiment with medicines. Beggs
Blood l'aritler is bo novelty, A record
of twenty years proves it to be the beat
known formula for ennohing the blood
aad driving from the system those ins
purities which breed disease. For aa!e
by C L Cottlng.
II. E. Pond has 320
fenced and well. watered
for rent cheap.
acrea of wall
IIckk' I-lltlc Giant Pills.
Try thorn if you have a slok headaohe
or if you nre oonstipatod or billons,
Guaranteed by V, h. CollmI: -
Dr. Price's Cream Haklnj; Powder
A I are rirue Crtonj v' Tartar Powder.
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