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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JAN. 22, 1897.
A cronin of tnrtiir lmklu p.wilor. IIIkIicM of
all In lenvcnliiK utruiiRth.- lxttrt Vititnt stala
tttVrnmtht Fomt lltjioit,
Hovai. lliikiMi PuwtiKii I'd., Now York,
Rubbers 25 and 40 cents at Cincinnati
1. W. Crary of Guide Hock was hero
Mrs. Dr. Damorell of Hastings is bero
Miss Grace Hodlnc is home again
nfUjr a visit in Hastings.
A tine boy nrrived at tbebomeof Kd.
Fearn on Thursday of lust week.
Fou Sai.c ok Kent: The Congrega
tional parsonage building. Etigulre of
Bronio-Laxinc will cure the grippe
or a hard cold in one day. Sold by
Mrs. V. H. Solliday arrived the tirst
of the week from McCook on a visit to
Buy goods at your own prices at the
ChiuAgo Store. Auction sale Saturday,
C. W. Kaley wont to Lincoln this
week to take treatment at the Sani
tannin for rheumatism.
Taylor is now comfortably situated
in tb Moon block. You are in need of
furniture. So call on him.
We were misinformed last week
in regard to Jos. Herborger getting ico
from Kalcy's pond. His Ice was cut at
Mis. J. W.Warren left Tuesday for
Superior on visit to her sou Walter
and will co from thero on a visit to
friends In Missouri.
F V. TayUr has moved. He has
the finest furniture headquarters in the
valley. His store room in the Moon
block is a pictaro of noatness, .
If you want to see a nice store and a
good stock of furniture you want to go
to the largo store room in the Moon
block which is occupied by Taylor.
There will be a school entertainment
in the Wagoner school home Monday
evening January 20th. Drama, "Out
Iu the. Street," also programme by the
inliool. Admission 10 cents.
Charloy Calmes formerly a well
known business man of this city is here
shaking hands with former friends. Ho
is now located at Sutlen and doing
well in the restaurant business.
If there is a reliable man among our
readers who can sell Minnesota grown
trees, he can secure steady employ
ment and good wages by writing the
Jewell Nursery Co., Lake City, Minn.
Tiik Chief readers attention is call
ed to the change of advertisement of
Hallie & Kodstroin, tho photographers.
Business has been so favorablo that
they will now remain until February
A torpid liver means a bad com
plexion, bad breath, Indigestion and
frequent headaches. To avoid such
companions take DeWitt's Little Early
Misers, tho fnmous littlo pills. C. L.
Albert Slaby and wife living south of
the river have been esillod upon In the
last two weeks to boar up under a
double burden of .sorrow in tho death
ot two children a girl uud a boy .Their
many friends' sympathize with thorn
iu their bad loss.
Chicora, Pa., "Herald:" Richard
Vensel reports One Minute Cough
Cure the greatest success of medical
science. Ht told us that it cured his
whole family of terrible coughs and
colds, after all other so called cures
had failed entirely. Mr. Vensel said it
assisted his children through a very
had siege of measles. Ono Minute
Cough Curo makes expectoration very
easy ami rapid. C. L. Cottlng.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Grape Crentn of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
II. E. GricoU said to be Improving.
Oliver Hedge was iu Franklin the
last of thu week.
The B. & M. now pay the city S20
per month for water.
Dr Robinson of Guide Uock was
here the llrst of the week.
Attoud the auction sale Saturday at
the Chicago Store, at 2 p. m.
.1 Goods will go at your own price Sat
urday at tho auction sale at the Chic
Auction sale at the Chicago Stor
Saturday. Now is your chance to buy
at your own price.
When you want a nice smooth shavo
or hair cut, give Geo. Fentress ne.ill.
One door south of the Bon Bakery.
The commissioners have appropriat
ed $'JO0O for tho purpose of building a
poor house. A good step in the right
Saner kraut for sale nt 19 i cents per
gillon. Will trade for corn and hay.
Will give a gallon for a biuliel. A.
Liudsey Bros, kavo obtained posses
sion of the old Fred Hummol lec house
south of the river and will till it with
choice river ice.
A weed iu the garden bu easily des
troyed when it first starts. Consump
tion can be nipped in the bud by One
Minute Cough Cure. C. L. Cottlng.
The chicken plo dinner and supper
given by the ladies of the Christian
church was an enjoyable occasion and
netted the ladles over twenty dollars.
It is needless to say that the fellows
who never had n ecnt, and never will
hare a cent to put iu the banks are Uie
very ones who are preaching advice to
the ones who have.
Charles Weiner roturned Monday
morning from n visit to Denver. Miss
Helen Jacoby who has been in Colo
rado for the bonollt of her health ac
companied him homo.
Harry E. Fearn and Miss Alice E.
Dcdrick were united in marringo on
Thursday January 31st, Geo. O. Yeiser
of this city olllciating. Tim Chief
sends best wishes.
Soothing for bHrus, scalds, chapped
bauds and lips. Healing for cuts and
sores. Instant relief for piles, stops
pain at once. These aro the virtues of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve.
All the dllTercnt forms of skin
troubles, from chapped hands to
eczema and indolent ulcers cau be
readily cured by DeWitt's Witeh Hazel
Salve, the great pile cure. C. L. Cot
ting. Noticing what the Nation said in
regard to the small load of cobs Mike
rinkonbinder brought in, a gentleman
remarked that the small load was ade
quate to pay for the small paper re
ceived. The length of life may be increased
by lessening its dangers. The majority
of people dia from lung troubles.
These may bo averted by promptly
using One Minute Cough (Cure. C. L.
Rev. Geo. W. Hummel who has been
conducting revival meetings at Blue
Hill since New Years was in the city
fore part of the week. Ho reports largo
congregations at his meetings and
quite a number of converts.
Judge Duffy on Wednesday, January
20, united iu marriage Mr. Geo. K.
Bodloy and Miss Lcoti Lewis both of
this county. Their many friends
along with Tiik Chief will wish them
a pleasant journey of married lifo.
Minutes seem like hours when a life
is at stake. Croup gives no tiaie to
send tor a doctor, delay mny mcau
death. One MlntUo Cough Cure gives
instant relief aud insures recovery.
The only harmless lemedy that pro
duces immediate results. C. L. Cot
ting. Teachers meetings will be held nt
Bhuion and Guide Uock on Saturday
February 0th, 1S07, commencing nt
10:B0 o'clock u. in. A school olllcers
meeting will bo held the same day at
2:!10 o'cIock p. in. Teachers and school
olllcers cannot ntVord to be absent
from these meetings.
Quite a number of our young peoplu
wyro very pleasautly eutertniucd at nn
evening party, given' at the resldoncu
of L. II. Eort on last Wednesday even
ing, u nines and other amusements
occupied the attention of tho partici
pants until a lito hour, when all de
parted for their homes, well satlsllcd
with Chnrloy's entertaining ability.
Oue of tho things which has long
been needed iu this county is a good
court house in which the books and
records would bo safe from fire. There
is hardly a county in the state which
sports such a rattle trap as this ono.
Of courso thero would bo kickers and
tho pop paper would cry extravagance
but a good brick court bouse would
pay in the long run.
"My daughter, whon recovering
from au attack of fever, was a great
sulTertr from pain iu the bauk and
hips," writes Louden Grovor, of Sardis,
Ky. "After using quite a number of
remedies without any benefit she tried
one bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Bnlin,
and it has given entire rolief." Cham
berlain's Puin Balm is also a certain
cure for ilioiiiimtlHin. Sold by II. 13.
Gi Ice, Druggist.
ODD8 AND li-NT6.
C. F. Catbor returned from Lincoln
D. II. Spanoglo was lu Lincoln tho
llrst of tho week.
Everything must be closed out at
once at the Chicago Store.
C. J. Piatt Is homo after a business
visit to Long Island, Kansas.
Trace Sherer dropped In on us this
week and Mt a dollar on subscription.
Ed. Paul, H. I). Paul, J. 1). Story and
Peter Hill were down from Cowles to
day. Mike Kilrwy camo down from Lin
coln the Inst of eju week to look after
The Cincinnati Shoe store wants
your corn as 11 cents per bushel mid
will exchange shoes for It.
Amos Cowdcn left the llrst of the
week for Colorado Springs where ho
has bccured a good position,
Thu street commissioner should tnko
notico that the "Boss of Bed Cloud"
has spoken In icgard to the sidewalks.
The dinner and supper given by the
ladles of tho Christian church was a
financial success, something over $20
being taken iu.
Fou Rknt Oue of the best located
brick store rooms in the city 24x100,
witli cellar. For particulars address
correspondence to P. O. Box 137.
An enthusiastic editor writes: "The
battle is how opened." But, nlasl the
intelligent compositor spelled "battle"
with an "o," and his readers said they
suspected it all along." Ex.
Wo asked Judge Trunkoy this week
how he liked tho Orange Judd Farmer
and he told us that from information
be received out of one issue bo mad
nough money to build the large barn
on his farm.
Chas. Buschow of Colby, Kansas,
formerly one of this city's best citizens,
stopped off here on his way to Blue
Hill. Ho gave us a pleasant call and
left a couplo of dollars as a re
membrance of his visit.
Lost A dear little child who made
home happy by its smiles. And to
think, it might have been saved bad
the parents only kept in the house One
Minute Cough Cure, the infallible
remedy croup. C. L. C.tting,
From our own observation and what
we have gleaned from the talk of the
county olllcers we believe that the new
county board is oue of the best if not
the best we have ovor had. They aro
systematic in their work aud will save
the county considerable before thoir
Christian Fnsslcr and Maudo Koous
were united in marriage at Blue Hill
on Wednesday, January 18th,. the Uov.
Adolpbus Krebs ofllciating. The many
warm friends of Chris, throughout the
county will unite with us in extending
Inavalo was the scene of another
potty robbery this week. Some
miscreant broke into the residence of
Filo Eddy and after taking a suit of
clothes set the house on tire. Mr.
Eddy returned in time to extinguiih
the tire and save everything excopt his
bod which was ruined by the flame's.
Stiuvkd on Stolen From the stock
pasture on section 29, town 1, range 11,
known as the Rinaker ranch, one bay
horse colt, coming four years old, star
in forehead, hcavv tail and foretop,
blocky build. Suitablo reward will bo
paid for information or its return to L.
A. ilaskins or leave word at this ofllco.
Mrs. Mary nice received a warrant
today from the Grand Lodge, A. O. U.
W. for $2,000 on the death of her bus
band. This only required llfteon days
for settlement and the llfty members of
Campbell Lodge are greatly pleased
over tho promptness of tho Grand
Lodge ollicial, in such prompt settle
ment. Campbell Press.
Look about you! See for
yourself 1 Who suffer most
from sleeplessness, nervousness,
nervous dyspepsia, neuralgia,
despondency, general weak
ness? Who are on the edge
of nervous prostration all the
time? Those who are thin,
Opium, chloral, bromides,
headache powders, only make
matters worse. Iron and bit
ters are only stimulants To
be cured, and cured for good,
you need a fat-making food.
You want new blood, rich
blood; and a strong nerve
tonic SCOTT'S EMULSION of
Cod-liver Oil with Hypophos
phites is all this. It feeds the
tissues, makes rich blood, and
strengthens the nerves.
Book about it free for the asking.
For sale by all druggists at 50c. and
SCOTT & BOWND, New York.
A AND ITS "CURB
To the Editor: 1 have an absolute
remedy for Consumption. By Its tlmtly use
thousands of hopeless cases have ben already
permanently cured. So proof-positive am I
of Its power that 1 consider It my duty to
ww too boltln fui to those of your readers
who have Consumptlon.Throat, Bronchial or
Lang Trouble, If they will write me tlvrtr
express and postoffice address. Sincerely,
T. A. SLOCUM. M. C, ID Karl St., Kew Tork.
tf The Kdltorl.l ncl IImWi.m Mnn.fwii.nl ot
tht l'tfrar Ul.tkalM ttil. ftntruu I'ruputUlon.
UKHK AND T1IKKK.
Rubbers '.'."i and 10 cents nt Cinuiunnti
Chas. 11. Kaley was In Kansas City
the fore part f tho week.
J. L. Miner returned Thursday night
frm a business tilp to Kaasas City.
The board of commissioners will
mectngniiiou TiU'Mlay, March full.
J. E Nail, editor of the Blue Hill
Leader, was in tho city the fore pait
of thu week.
Someone poisoned a largo dog bo
longing to Mr Cllue, the gentleman
who lately located here.
O. K. Harney returned Wediuesday
nleht from Kansas City where he had
made a shipment of cattle
Mrs. Kd. Smith of this city and Mrs.
Wm. Burnett of McCook retttravd last
night from a visit iu Lincoln.
A couple of horses broke loose nt
Moranvllle's barn last Saturday and
bad u metry run up tho street.
Thu young folks gave Adair Galusha
a surprise party on Friday night last
and tho youngsters enjoyed themselves
The dance given by Daggett & Bob
iuson Tuesday evening in tho Bust
building was well attcuded mid the
dancers had a good time.
A number of the young friends of
Miss Maude Daggett gave her n pleas
ant surprise on last Friday evening
and report a splendid time.
Sheriff Bunchey interested some of
the boys this week la bcnnlf of Tommy
Qulnu mid raised a neat little sum with
which he clothed aim from head to
Lost Tho little daughter of John
Keid lost a watch while returning homo
from church on Thursday ulght.
Finder will pleaso return to John Keid
or leave same ut this office.
Mr. aud Mrs. Cllne and daughter of
Lewiston, Pennsylvania, hnvo received
their household goods and moved Into
a house on north Webster street. InK
Chikk welcomes them to tho city.
The Nation Is trying bard to explain
why they did not support Judge Boall
and othors. The explanation in llow-
rv ImiDunoro reads all right but it
won't go down with many.
John Barber, one of the number who
.niiHoi-lhud for the llrst issue of The
Ciiiek nearly twenty live years ago,
invaded our wigwam this week and
paid for the paper until January, 181)8.
A. F. Johnson, living about a mile
east of Riverton lost his residence and
contents by fire on last Monday. Ho
had gone a dlstauce of about half a
mile to water his team ami on return
ing found his residence iu tlames.
A number of persous wlto were go
inir to Superior ou Tuesday to attend
tho opera "Princess Bonnie" wore left
in- tim train receiving nlietui oi nine
orders. They were bound to go and
Lloyd Crnblll took them overland in
Au experiment has lntely been tried
inthonericulturnl experimout station
of the university of Nebraska to deter
mine wnich is tho cheaper artiolo of
find, et.rn and coal. It has been found
that coal must sell as low ns M.ll per
ton to be as cheab fuel as corn al ten
cents per bushel.
List of let lets remaining uncalled
at tho post ofllco at Bed Cloud, Nob
raska, for the week ending January
Mai tin, A. F. Scbuer.Joy. P.
Seat, J. B.
These letters will bo sunt to the dead
letter ofllco, Feb., nth, If notcallod for
b'lforo .Fkank'W. Cowdkn. P. M.
Miss Maud, only daughter of Nel
son and Emilino Phelps living near
the cemetery, died of consumption
January 8, W97, aged twenty-two
v.,,1,. three months, one day. Tho fu-
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neral services woro eonuucicii inmi mu
house by Uov. Darby at ono p.m.,
Sunday. A largo number of sympa
thizing friends wore present,
This week Volume 1. Number 1, of
Red Cloud Epworthlau was dellvored
to tho people of this city. The Ep
worthian is ably edited by James M.
Darby, pastor of the Methodist Epls
copal church of this city and advocates
ti.n cause of tho church and Epworth
Lougue and, though rather nilnaturo
In sl.o being a three column tollo, will
no doubt bo the source of inucngoou
for that cause.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership term agreed upon having
..-..1.....1 tin. liiiv iiartuorKilP f Case V-
M.lSUt Is dissolved Mr. fiiw will
I'ontiiiu" I'UslnuM at hi I""IM. Mr.
MeNltl will remain In tni Hrm offlco.
O. O. Casv.
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