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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 8, 1897)
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A crcfim of tnttar bnkliip powder. HlKticU of
all In Icfuciilni; MrotiKlli.-Aritof I'ntted states
(lOTtrnmrnt Food lliport,
ItorAL HiiKiNci Pohiiku Co.. Ner York.
Miss Jennie Boll is home from Hasting-,.
Rubbers '.'5 and 40 cents at CiHcinnuti
Price kid gloves and mittees at tho
Percy MuBride of Hastings is hero
Bromo-Luxino will cur tho grippo
or a hard cold in ono day. Sold by
Buy neck scarfs at tho Chicago store.
All styles and qualities at half tho
Taylor is now comfortably situated
is the Moon block. Tou arc in need of
furniture. Se call on him.
Geo. W. Peaso, of the Chicago Cloth
ing Company, returned Thursday
morning from a trip ta Lincoln.
Mr. b. M. Frees came in from Mo
Cook Tuesday morning and is tho
guest of C. J. Flatt and wife.
Thr Chief oOlce is now located in
the Miller-Cotting block. If you wank
alo bills look us up and get our
Fred Wooden and bride of Fairiield
arrived in the city Tuesday morning
and are tho guests of Will Rifo and
II. C. Sautter and wife of South
Omaha, Uiothor-iu-law of lion Ludlow
were in the city tho fore paitofthe
weok on a. brief visit.
F. V. Taylor Ikib moved. He has
the finest furniture headquarters in tho
valley. His storo room in the Moon
block is a picture of neatness.
If you want to see a nico storo and a
good stock of furniture you want to go
to the large storo room in Itho Moon
block which is occupied by Taylor.
F. Schuman was a pleasant caller at
these moral headquarters and will re
ceivo tho paper till January 1898.
These are the kind of callers we like to
If there is a reliable man among our
readers who can sell Minnesota grown
trees, ho can secure steady employ
ment ami good wages by writing the
Jewell Nursery Co., Lake City, Minn.
Tho old lady was right when she
said, tho child might die if they waited
for tho doctor. Sho saved tho little
one's life with a few doses of One
Minute Cough Curo. Sho had used it
for croup before C. L. Cottlng.
Tho train from Hastiugs failed to ar
rive on Monday owiug to the inability
f tho snow plow to get through the
drifts between Bluo Hill and Hastings.
Tho Obcrlin train came iu as far us this
city and was turned and sent back.
Try us for an overcoat or suit. No
prolit charged. Simply want to sell
out the stock. Tho salu is for pur
chasers benefit, not ours, as far as
prolit is concerned. We arc only ask
ing cost ef goods. Chicago Stobk.
Quito a number of teachers from
over the county who havo been spend
ing tho holidays in this city wore com
polled to tako an extra week's vaca
tion, being unable to reaoh thoir
schools owing to tho Impossible condi
tion of the roads since tho heavy snow.
List of letters remalninguncalled for
at the postofllce at Rod Cloud, Neb
raska, for the week ending January
Campbell, John Campbell, A. S.
Kliso, Chas Vincent, H, W.
These letters will be sent to the dead
letter oflico, Jan., 21st, if noicalled for
before Frank W. Cowdkn. P. M.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
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40 YEARS THE STANDARD. ,
Grace Bodlno Is home from Lincoln.
J. S. Whito was in Bluo Hill Tues
day. Will Duckor went back to Lincoln
Frank Goblo aftor a visit in Aurora
is home again.
J. S. Gilliam contemplates a trip to
Fred Maurer Is now studying law In
the oillco ef Hondolph McNltt.
Mrs. A. C. Hosmcr arrived in tho
city from St. Joe Thursday evening.
We ureglnd to state that Uncle Sam
has remembered David Morrison with
As a western exchange remarks
news is about ns scarce as paid tip sub
scriptions. Will lloats luft Thursday morning
for Lincoln whoro ho will attend busi
Albert Clineund wife of Luwistun,
Pa., are hero tho guests of Peter Al
bright and family.
Dr. 'Pulleys is again onllued to bin
home by an attack similar t tho ono
he had on New Years day.
Savo you a dollar on a hat, fifty conts
on a good cap, twenty-live cents on
cheaper ones at Chicago Store.
Samuel Lindsey returned Monday
ovoning from a visit with his father
iu Washington county, Kansns.
Whon you want a nice smooth shavo
or hnir cut, givo Geo. Fentress a call.
Ono door south of tho Bon Bakery.
Tho new beard of oounty commis
sioners recently appointed will hold
thoir first rcgilar session nextTuosday.
Miss Dora Ward went to Hastings
tho ilrst oi the week to rciurao her
duties as a scholar in the Hastings col
lego. If you are going ta need a trunk
during tho next year buy now. Every
trunk at fifty cents oh the dollar.
Since tho cold weather has again
turned into beatiful spring the ice men
have again about givea up hope of
packing any ice this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson of Hastiugs,
parents of C. D. Robinson were here
the Ilrst of tho week. They were on
thoir way home froai Ogdon, Utah.
Next Monday nighk Jaeuary 12th,
thoKpworth League will give a social
in the L. 11. Rust storo room in Cotting
block. A short program will bo ren
dered. Price of ndmisilou 10 cents.
The length of life may bo increased
by lessening its dangers. The majority
of pcoplo dio from lung troubles
These may be averted by promptly
using One Minute Cough (Curo. C. L.
Scaly eruptions oa the head, chapped
hands and lips, cuts, bruises, scalds,
burns are quickly cured by 7)o Witt's
Witch Hazel Salve. It is at present
the article most used for piles, and it
alweya cures them. C. L. Cotting.
Mrs. Lucy Coval, wifo of M. T. Coral
of Walnut creek township, who was
operated upoa last week by Dr. Hull
for the removal of a twelvo pound
ovarian turner is rapidly recovering
and will soon be able to return to her
It is said you can tell a poor man by
tho number of worthless curs ho keeps.
If tho samo rule holds good on a com
munity somo ono should start an aid
petition through the country for this
city which is euro in a destitute condi
tion. "Excuse mo," observed tho man in
spectacles, "but I am a surgeon, and
that is not where tho liver is." "Never
you mind where his liver is," rotorted
tho other. "If it was in his big toe or
his left car DeWitt's Little Early Risers
would reach it und shako it for him.
On that you can bet your gig-lamps."
O. L. Cotting.
"My daughter, when o recovering
from au attack of fever, was a gieat
sufferer from paiu in tho back and
hips," writes Louden Grover, of Sardis,
Ky. "Aftor using quite a number of
rcmodies without any benefit sho tried
one bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
and it has givon eutiro relief." Cham
berlain's Pain Balm is also a certain
cure for rheumatism. Sold by H. B.
Tho following terms of court have
been decided upon by Judge Boall for
tho presout year: Adams county,
March 1, jury, June 0, no jury; Oct. 4,
jury. Frauklin county, June 14, jury;
Deo. 20, jury. Harlan county, Fob. 1,
jury; Sopt. 18, jury. Kearney county,
May 17, jury; Deo. 0, jury. Pholps
county, April C, jury; Nov. 8, jury.
Webster county, April 20, jury; Nov.
The Smith County Pioneer has found
a man who can husk 180 bushels of
corn a day. Probably ho thinks that is
something wonderful, but if that man
wanted to busk coru iu Webstorcounty
be would have to boat that, as a low
limit of 200 bushels per day has been
placed on all buskers. However-we
think thoro would bo no trouble in tho
gentleman keeping his job, for if he
husks 180 hushols in Smith countyhe
would bo able to husk about 300 or 850
In WobUer county, thoro being such a
vast dlffornnoo in tho yield. Now Mr.
1'ionoor man you better quityniir brag.
ODDS AND JfXPfl.
Editor Walsh is homo from Lincoln.
Miss Stella Duckor has returned to
Rubbers 25 and 40 conts at Cincinnati
Low Fuller of Lawronco was hero
Will Rife and wife wcro visiting in
Fairfield this week.
Mrs. J. M. Scllars wont to Hnrtwell
this state, last night.
Charley Robinson and Dlllard Bed
ford wore iu Bluo Hill this week.
If your eyes tronblo you seo Dr. Rose
at Cottings Drug Storo January 10th,
Buy pants at tho Chicago Store.
Savo you from $1 ta ?2 on every pair.
Como and sec.
Quite a nuinbor of tho boys swnro olT
last Friday, but they must remember
that is an unlucky day.
The Cincinnati Shoo storo wants
your corn as 11 cents pur bushel and
will exchange shoes for It.
Save you from M to $." on an over
coat. $2 on a mackintosh and $2 an a
good trunk. Chicago Stokk.
Puicy MoIJride, of tho Howard
jewelry storo is iu Kansas for a few
days to visit with friends. Hastings
Mrs. Martha Slcepor and Mrs. J. C.
Myers are preparing to move thoir
millinery store to tho room lately occu
pied by J. B. Wright.
It is a melancholy sight to seo u boy
anchored to tho end of a clgarctto and
at the same timo using his nose for a
smokestack. Blue Hill Loader.
Fou Rent Ouo of the best located
brick store rooms in tho city 24x100,
with collar. For particulars address
correspondence lo P. O. Box 187.
Ed Hnycs of Beatrice has taken tho
run formerly held by Nate Kingsland
for the butter and egg house of Haskell
& Bosworth. Nate is now looking
after tho firm's business on the Rock
E, J. Overing Jr., a member of the
firm of Overing Bros. & Co., proprie
tor of the Rod Cloud Monumental
Works, was a ploasant caller Monday
evening wbilo in tho city. Ho is can
vassiug this territory in tho interest of
tills linn. Smith Center Pioneor.
Absolutely pure perfectly harmless,
and invariably reliable are the quali
ties of One Minute Cough Curo. It
never fails in colds, croup und lung
trouble. Children like it because it is
pleasant to take and it helps them. C.
Stuaykd or Stolen From the stock
pasture on section 20, town 1, range 11,
known a the Rinaker ranch, one bay
herso colt, coming four years old, star
in forehead, heavv tail and foretop,
blocky build. Suitablo reward will be
paid for information or its return to L.
A. Haskins or leave word at this efllco.
A young lady in town lost her com
plexion the other day in a very singu
lar manner. In walking along tho
frosty sidowalk sho slipped and fell
and when sho got up her complexion
was ruined. Sho had it in a bottlo and
it broke whon she fell. She had to go
back and get another bottle of "face
Charloy Fort was in Lincoln the
fore part of tho week attending, wo
suppose, the state teachers meeting, or
at least ho says thoro were lots of
prottey "school marms'Hhore. Charloy
also wont to the theatre. Woo to
Charloy. Ho forgot to purchaso tickets
in udvaucoand whon ho arrived at the
theatre found ail tho seats taken and
was forced to purchase a very exnen-
sivo box in order to keen his bust
Well that's all right, wo won't say any
thing about it. Charley says it was a
good show though.
If you have had the Grippe,
you know its aches and pains,
the fever, the chills, the cough,
the depression you know
themalL The Grippe exhausts
the nervous system quickly,
lowers the vitality Two
things should be done at oncei
--the body must be strength
ened, and force must be given
to the nervous system. Cod
liver Oil will do the f irst i Hy
pophosphltes the second. These
are permanently andpleasantly
combined in Scott's emulsion.
It Hfte the despondency and
heals the Inflamed twmfrnnyf
of the throat and lungs.
Butyou need not have LA
You can put your system In
a condition unfavorable to It
You can have rich, red blood)
resistive strength i steady brain
and nerves Scotf s Emulsion
prevents as well as cures.
And whether you send or go
for Scott's Emulsion, be sure
you get the genuine.
SCOTT A 110WNE, NtwYork.
m M AND ITS CURja
To Tire 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
und two bottles frtt to those of your readers
who have Consumptlon.Tliroat, Bronchial or
Lung Trouble, If they will write me tlutr
express and postofllce address. Sincerely,
T. A. 8XOCDM, K. C 1W ftarl St., Hew York.
W Th. KAItorUl and UtuliiMia Vnomnt of
tbli luwr UurisU. tbl ftnorusi rroputtltoD.
JlKItK AND T1U21US.
Now York girls aro buttoning their
cloaks with pictures of their lovers.
Those pictures appear on the buttons.
This is a now fad and will work its way
west. Wymoi o Wymoi can.
"Dlnglpy Bill dead I" said tho Okla
homa man, who was rending the nuns
paper. "I thought I knowed every
despuriido from tho Arkansas river to
gulf, but he's a new ono to mo."
Au Indiana man lias sworn a solemn
oath inner to have his hair out until
Bryan Is elected president, llo might
as well lay in a stock of hairpins now,
wlillo they're cheap. Cincinnati Com
The whistle of a locomotive can bo
heard 0,300 yards, tho noise of a train
0,800 yards, the report of a musket and
tho Dark of a dog 1,800 yards, tho roll
of a drum l.GOO yards, the croak of a
frog POO yards, a cricket chirp 800
yards, a dinner boll two mllos, and a
call to get up in tho morning throo foot
sovon inches. Twinkles.
Will Mitchell, a former resident of
this city, new living at Guide Rock,
has purchased the hardware business
of A. Morhart and will tako possession
shortly. Will is an energotio young
man and his many frionds will be glad
to hear of his now departure. The
Chief wishes him success. Mr. Mor
hart will look after other business in
Tho Nation Bays, "Goo. Conloy, a
barber who has beon working for Wm.
Zelufffora fow woeks left town last
week. He had beon boarding at Mrs.
Sapp's and was compelled to loavo a
good coat and vest to balanco up his
board bill." Thoro is ono of tho editors
of the Nation who loft a board bill at
the same place. Ho wns not honorable
onough to leave a good coat and vest
to balance up his board either. If
Benard had had two coats to giveaway
ho might havo done so but ho wouldn't.
Persons who aro troubled with in
digestion will be interested in tho ex
perience of Wm. II. Pcnn, chief clerk
in the railway mail service at Dcs
Moines, Iowa, who writes: "It gives
mo pleasure to testify to the merits of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera an
Diarrbcua Remedy. For two years I
have suffered from indigestion, and am
subject to frequent severe attacks of
paiu ia the stovacb and bowels. One
r two doses of this remedy never fails
to give perfect relief. Price 25 and 50
cents; sold by H. E. Grice, Druggist.
Sing a song of swelled head, a fellow
full of gin, coating home at four a.m.,
his wife won't lot him in. His feet aro
full of tanglefoot, his head is full of
wheels; the keyhole runs around the
the knob, and he a funny feeling feels.
Ho puts his feet upon the porch, his
head upon tho ground, and all tho
time within tho knob tho wheels aro
going round. He thinks that ho is
sober and overy ono is tight, ho thinks
he's in the bedroom Instead of out all
night. But when the morning cometh
and it cometh soon at that, ho looks
araund and miirmcrs "Groat Scott!"
Whoro am I at." Stolen.
A couplo at Plerco, attended a
theatre ouo ovoning when tho young
lady complained of feeling very faint.
Tho young man gave her n cheering
smilo, took something out of his vest
pocket and whlspvrcd to keep "tho
tablet" in her mouth, but uottoswallow
It. Sho shyly placed it on her tonguo
and rolled it over and over, but it
would not dissolve. Sho folt better,
however. When tho show was over
shu slipped tho tablet in her glove
being quite curious to oxamino at
home this tasteless, Indissoluble little
substance which had given her such re
lief iu the opera house, When alone
iu her room sho pulled off hor glevo
anil out came a pants button! Fuller
Webb Wilder relates in his "annals
of Kansas" that in 1854, when the first
tide of New England settlers began to
drift hithorward, tho Missourians tied
a cow at each crossing of tho Missouri
river. Whon an immigrant arrived at
tho crossing ho was certain to make
someromark about tho animal, and If
ho said "cow" ho was allowod to cross,
but if he said "keow" he was hustled
back east and out of the country as a
bloody minded abolitionist. In re
taliation for this it is said tho Kansas
follows tiod a bear on their side of tho
river, and when an immigrant crossed
who called it "bear" he wa's welcomed
with open arms, but the fellow who
called it "bar" was scooted back into
Missouri as an unwelcome slavery ad
vocate. Clay Center Timos,
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Remember that you get
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These coupons redeemable in Silverware, Chairs, Irons,
Washing Machines and many other articles.
CALL AND SEE THEM.
After a great amount af spread-eagle
mention in the daily papers of the
atata Richmond who wanted to be
chief clerk of the bouse, succumbed to
the inevitable and laid down whon
most people here thought be was on the
home stretch with good chances of
being tho first under the wire. YVnon
it came to a show down it was found
that Richmond was a nine spot and
that there was nothing la his newspa
per motion but a lot of "flapdoodle"
which he inducod tho correspondents
to write. Reprcsontativo Grandstaff
will come in for his share of tho nbuse
for refusing to support him ant looking
back on Henry's past history there was
probably somo palliating reasons for
the stand taken bv tho populist repre
sentative from Webster county. Mr
Grandstaff know him.
. Ouo of tho most superb souvenir
edition if not tho finest, that has ever
beon sent out by any papor in tho state
was issued the first of tho year by tho
Grand Island Dally Independent. It
is a lino specimen of tho art preserva
tive and shows that a master hand had
charge of its make-up. Tho matter
contained botweon tho beauttiui cover
pages was of the bestand tho numerous
lnilf.toiie ennraviiiKs show off the
special features and industries of this
glowing western town to ndvautage.
Ah nn advertising medium it is worth
thousands of dollars to the city and
shows that they havo n progressive set
i hiiflinnas men. Gcddos & Bueohlor
the editors are to be commended in
thoir splendid effort and there shouldn't
be anything InGrana isiana too goon
lor tho boys.
Thn tlrst ffenulno winter weather so
tar nxnftrienced in this section of the
garden of the west, arrived this weok.
On Saturday evening snow oegan ian
l nir and continued unabated until a
copious quantity of the beautiful
shrouded the entire country in a man-
tin of white. On Sundny a heavy wind
bogan blowing from tho north and soon
tho beautiful was wnlrieu anu twisieu
around in such a way as ta make
pedestrianism extremely difficult, and
very few people couiu oe seen on me
stieoU a second time preferring to bug
a good warm stove. 8everal of our
merchants found it necessary to dig a
path before tbay could get into tneir
ulacos of business oa Monday morning,
tho drifts being piled up three or four
foot on the sidewalks. The roads
throughout the oounty wore in a nearly
unpassablo condition, tho cuts and
draws being mostly drifted full. This
fall of snow was the largost that has
visited this section of the country for
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
Worl4'Plr lilghcit Medaland Dljriom.
Albert Keaney started to school
Tho enrollment Tuesday morning
was 120 in tho high room.
Many of the non-resident pupils failed
to get here uatil Wednesday.
We are pleased to note the return of
Charloy Bennett who has been absent
Harry Engels is back in school again.
Also Elmor Schaffnit. Both entered
tho tenth grade.
Those who failed to take examina
tions boforo Christmas havo tho pleas
uro of taking them now.
Professor proposes a boaby banner
designed especially for tno 7th room.
We had No. 8 this week. A iromi I...
ginning is half thn battlo.
School began Monday morning after
a two week's vacation, but on account
of the snow there wcro but very few
attendants until Tuesday.
Prof. Wilson now has chargo of the
llteraturo class. This is a very inter
esting class and givos tho pupils a
chance to express thoir Ideas.
Miss Emily Ogllvie failed to return
aftor vacatioii onaccottntof her school.
While WO aro clad of hor snmma. ,.
gaining a school wo aro sorry to miss
so urigui an intellectual ornament iu
Tliosoniors took un choinint.i-vfi.td
term aud wo sigh wearily as wo antici
pate tho delightful odors In , ... ,...
us. Thoy havo pitched in with a vim,
uu Boverui uxpontnents havo already
Tho visitors this waok .-. mi...
Mamie and Christlo Weideman, Pearl
Ludlow and Mabel Day, on Tuesday.
Messrs. Horaco Spanogle, Frauk Goble
and Chas. White on Wednesday. We
aro glad to havo visitors and hope
more will tako an Interest in coming.
Pvo lived in this here little towa
since Adam was a kid. I'vo raised
family Just as bhjtfas Adam over dldi
I've worked ashardas any mantkat
over swung an ax, and paid my full
proportion of state and deestriok tax.
And on election day I've Jmt dismissed
all doubta and fears and howled Re
publicanlsm straight for forty-seven
years. In ail those years I'vo never
held a place of public trust, but now
I'm after something and I'll win the
fight or bust. I want to bo postmaster
and If McKlnley don't mako haste,
may his durnod administration be
eternally disgraced. Cambridge Kaleidoscope.
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