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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JAN. 29, 1897.
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A en ,itu of tiiru ' ik' , i . .
All In lemi'iiliii; ir i t.
Oorn i, mi nr h a 'J If i' '
ItOVAI. HuKiMi 1'owiifn I
lloiiieinber tin li.uul concert.
Pnpu Doll was In Gulilo Hook Thurs
day. Kubbcrs a. and 10 cents at Cincinnati
The Nebraska A: Kansas Farmer and
Ceo. W. I'onso of tin- Chicago Cloth
ing Co. was in Lincoln this week.
Carl .Jenkins lias moved in tins resi
dence south ofthr liaptist Church.
Thu V. T. U. U. will meet during the
month of February with Mrs. V. Shur
wood. Fm Sam: on Kknt: The Congrega
tional parsonage building. Knguiro of
lhomo-l.iixino will cure the grlppo
or a hard cold in one day. Sold by
.lu.st twenty-four boys il-piace Mills
left. To bo closed at most any price
at the Chicago Store.
The ice being put up by numerous
people around town U between ten
and cloven inches thick.
The cold wave which arrived last
Saturday caught a number of our far
mers in the city without overcoat-.
The ice harvest in this city has com
minced. It is from ten to twelve
inches thick and of a very good
C. 'J'. Collins brightened our hopo
of ettling with the coal man by bring
ing u in a couple of dollars on sub
The Decree of Honor will give a 15
cent .supper on S.ituiday evening,
.January iJOth in ilic room formerly oc
ctipied as a Hryun llemlqunitcr.s.
Will Ward has accepted a position as
"devil" on the Nation, and as a conse
quence the paper is considerably im
plored in typographical appearance.
If you want to see a nice store- ami a
good stock of furniture you want to go
to the large store room in tho Moon
b.oek which is occupied by Taylor.
Mrs. Jo. Williams-of Hloomhigton,
accompanied by Mrs. Andrew Cum
miiigs of this city were pleasant cullers
on Thursday. Mrs. Williams gave us
a dollar on subscription.
Miss Jennie Morrison left Tuesday
morning for Council Mulls, Iowa,
where she will reside with her ntint
and look after the old lady's welfare
during her declining years.
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., Lako City, Minn.
A torpid liver means a bad com
plexion, bad breath, indigestion ami
fieqiieiit headaches. To avoiil such
companions lake De-Wilt's Idttle Kttrly
liters, the famous little pills. C. U,
The quarterly mas-, meeting of tho
W C T. U. will be held next Sunday
ovening, Jan. illst, in the Haptist
church. Address by Hev. Ticlinor pas
tor Congregational Church. All are
The band has lately added two grand
overtures to their repertoire- and these
will' bo heard at their concert at the
opra house next Friday night, Feb.
5th. Vocal duets, solos, quartets and
instruunntal solos etc., will tnako up
an excellent program and lovers of
good music should not miss this enter
tainment. Seats now on sale at dice's
drugstore. See program elsewhere in
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Pair.
A I'urc drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
C. 11. Knleyis homo from Missouri.
J. A. Itauiu was here this week visit
ing with Ins family.
Mrs. C. W. Kaley came home from
Lincoln Tuesday night.
Chas. Mehiig'in, the popular clothing
salesman n here Wednesday.
M. M. NoNoii of Faiillelil was heie
this week to attend the funeral of Ml"
T. (i. Wilder was in Wednesday and
had us put hi subscription ahead to
January 1, 1SU8.
The many friends of II. K. (Jricc ate
glad to eo him again able to be about
after hi late sick spell.
Ceo. W, Pease has gone to Mexico
wheichewlll take a position as civil
i lighted on a ne.v railroad
The little eighteen months old child
of Chailes Xolmuii, living near Amboy,
died on Thur.sd.iy morning.
J. T. Moon of llyeison, Michigan,
was in the city tho fore part of tho
week looking after his lutmcls.
When you want a nice smooth -have
or hair cut, give (ieo, Fentress a call.
One door south of the lion Uakery.
Newton Macy of Longford, Kansas,
was here this week, having bcun called
hero by the .serious illness of his
Saner kraut for sale at 121 cents per
gillon. Will trade for corn ami hay.
Will give a gallon fr a bushel A.
Sheridan Francis of Cowlos was de
clared insane by tho board and will bo
taken to Lincoln as' soon as there is
room for him.
Children's knee pants at most any
price to olnso. Few suits of nice tindur
wear at a price that will interest you
at the Chicago Store.
F V. Taylor has moved. He has
the linest furniture licadquaitors in the.
valley. His store room in tho Moon
block i a picture of neatness.
II. K. Fond has lately been honored
by tho appointment of aide-tle-canip
on the statT of T. S. Clarksou, coin-niaiulcr-ln-chief
of the Cm ml Army of
A lire broke out In the ear shops of
the Hurlington at Pluttsmnuth on
Monday evening and burned tho coach
shop containing several roaches. The
paint simp was alo badly burned.
All tho different forms of skin
troubles, from chapped hands to
cc.eimi and indolent ulcers can be
readily cured by DoWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve, the great pile cure. C. L. Cot
ting. Cloyd Ctinnniugs and Charles Cole
man were over from lied Cloud Tues
day. Charley was among his old neigh
bors and Ciiminings was holding him
as level as possible. Lebanon Journal.
The length of life may bo increased
by lessening its dangers. The majority
of people die from lung troubles.
These may bo averted by promptly
using Ono Minute Cough '.Cure. C. L.
For the lirst time since its organiza
tion the lire department failed to send
representatives to the state meeting of
volunteer flrcmoii last week. Lack of
funds seemed to be the trouble Why
Is it not possible to have the depart
ment better supported?
The Argus suggested In its last issue
that a nrt-salaiiod mayor and council
should bo the idea for next year. We
coincide witli the gentleman, the kicks
and culls of tho public arc recompense
enough for the job. Lot's elect the
Argus man mayor. This is no joke.
Minutes seem like hours when a life
is at stake. Croup gives no time to
si ml for a doctor, delay may mean
death. One Minute. Cough Cure gives
instant relief and insures recovery.
Tho only harmless ictnedy that pro
duces immediate results. C. L. Cut
ting. Tho programme for tho S. of V.
band concert and nmslcalo nt tho
Opora Houso noxt Friday ovoning will
be found in another column of this
issuo. Tho programme in quito an ox
tonslvo one and dosorviug of tho
hearty support of our citizens, and tho
baud is certainly deserving of all the
support that can bo uccordod thorn.
Last Sunday, during the rain a
young Erie sprig, with an umbrella,
overtook an unprotected lady acquain
tance, and, extending his umbrella
orer her asked tho privllego of acting
as hor rain-beau. "Oh," oxclahned tho
young lady, taking his arm, "you wish
me to be your rain-dear." Two souls
with but a single umbrella, two forms
that steppod as one, Erie Sentinel.
The progressire ladies of Westfield,
Iud., issued a "Woman's Edition," f
the Westfield News, bearing the date
f April 3, 1800. The paper is filled
with mutter of interest te womon, and
wo notice the following from a corres
pondent, which tho editors printed,
realizing that it treats upon a matter
of vital importance to their sex: "The
best remedy for croup, colds and
hroiichitls that I have been able to llud
is Chamberlain's Tough IN medy. l'oi
i 1 iini i i 1 1 i. . iii i I u' 1 1
One Minute Cough Cure, cures.
That Is what It was made tor.
ODDS AND ITSTDG.
Harry Hcale of McCook was here
1). J. Judsou is out again atter quite,
a severe slek spell.
A good horse belonging to Ficd
I'luinb died last night.
Al (Jahisha was looking after busi
ness matters in Lincoln this week
We will furnish jou the Nebraska A:
Kansas Farmer and The Cllil l for $1
Winllold Palmer living noithuest
of tho city lias lo-t thirteen lions from
Twenty-eight children's '-'-piece suits
nuit be closed out at once at most any
piice at the Chicago Store.
Tailor Is nuw comfortably shunted
in tlie Moon block. You arc in need of
furniture. So call on him.
The Cincinnati Shoe store wants
your corn as II cents per bushel and
will exchange shoes for it.
The citizens should Hut over the
keys of the city to "Hos Walsh" and
son hit revolutionize things,
Friday night, February nth, is the
date of the baud coueoi V and musicalc.
Don't forget it. Seats at (Slices.
(ivo. II ad ell hasgoneto St. Joe where
he has taken a position in the dry
goods house id Toullc, Wheeler and
Foil Ili'.Nr One of the best located
biick stoic rooms in the city ','1x100,
with cellar. For particulars address
coirespondrncu to P. O. Hox 1!I7.
A weed in the garden be easily des
troyed when it lirst starts. Consump
tion can bo nipped in the bud by One
Minute Cough Cure. C. L. Cotting.
Sam Liudsoy returned on Tuesday
from Kansas whoro he aid his brother
Frank were called last Friday by a
telegram aiiiiouiiuing the .sudden
death of their father.
Soothing for burns, scalds, chapped
hands and lips. Healing for cuts and
sores. Instant relief for piles, stops
pain at once. These are the virtues of
DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salvu.
The American Agriculturist Almanac
a book which treats on hundreds of
subjects, The Orango Judd Farmer,
one of the best farm papors published
and The Cliinr all one year for $l.:i,".
Lost A dear little child who made
home happy by its smiles. And to
think, it might havo been saved had
the parents only kept in the house One
Minute Cough Cure, the infallible
remedy for croup. C. L Cotting.
Stiia vi:t on S roi.CN Fi om the stock
pasture on section '-.'!), town 1, range It,
known as tho llinaker ranch, one baj
horse colt, coming four years old, star
in forehead, heavv tall and foretop,
blocky build. Suitable reward will be
paid for information or its return to L.
A. llaskins or leave word at this oflice.
List of lottcis remaining uncalled
at the postotllce at lied Cloud, Neb
raska, for the week ending January
Ming, 11. K. Wires, Ned.
Those letters will be sont to tho dead
letter olllce, Feb., 12th, if notcalled for
before Fiiank W. Cowukn, P. M.
Tho cold wave of the pnst week has
boon ono of tho most extensive ex
perienced for sovornl yearH, extending
over tho larger portion of the United
Statos, and considerable (lanugo to
stock from tho west and northwest is
roportod. In sovornl localities the
thormoinetor went as low as forty do
greos below zoro.
In the Nation's editorial in regaid to
the Australian ballot, Jack seems to
intimate that theie is considerable il
literacy in the populist ranks and that
if the voter could just son a plow ami
a sheaf of oats hanging at thu head of
tho ticket, ho would vote it straight
notwithstanding that the other party
might hang up a scythe and a growing
Held of alfalfa.
like a dog's bark, is a sign that
there is something foreign
around which shouldn't be
there. You can quiet the noise,
but the danger may be there
fust the same. SCOTT'S
EMULSION of God-liver Oil
is not a cough specific) H does
not merely alky the symptoms
but It does give such strength
to the body that it is able to
throw off the disease
You know the old proverb
of "the ounce of prevention?"
Don't neglect your cough. A
book which will tell you more
on the subject sent free on re
quest. Your dtjr -1st Lcps Scott's Envd
ai t of ' r tV, Put ' J
1.UV.M-, New Yoik.
I slAli i Jl
Vow VA.JvTnt y JfeftiSV
Ii-of. w. n. rxe, vriia
mnkes n spoctnltr of
Itpllepsy, tm without
doubt trrntod ninl cur
ed morocixnM llinn nnjr
living riiylclnn; his
nncccM Is nstonUtilng.
Wo hnve hiril of emes
oC to years' numlltitf
,v 1 t ti ft
tlo olMtls ntMoluto euro, trro to any sufTcrori
who in iv bc ul tlivlr 1'. (). find F.xM-cm nMreM.
Wo ndvla nnv ono wlihimr nru'o tonddrets
ProMY. U. VtZSZ, V, D.i 4 CcJorSt.. Hew York
1IKUK AND T1II4IM5.
Iluhlicis'J.Hiud 10 cents at Cincinnati
Junius Huiden and wife ueto in l.in
coin Ibis week.
Jos. Uoliy called In and left us some
money on subscription tills week.
Ur-o. DuWitt of (Initio Hock called on
Saturday and left us a dollar on sub
scription. C. I.. Cotting lias built an lee house
at his residence ami will till it fiom the
C I). Crone was presiding oer the
olllcoof district clerk this week in the
ubencnof Cleik Burden.
MIssCufYnian of Wymorc wnsheie
the lirst of the week visiting with
James Umdflii and family.
Tim Oraime Jtttld Farmer ami the
American Agriculturalist Almanac to
gether with The Cilir.i" for t lift.
J. S. bite and son Walter were in
Lincoln this week. Mr. White went
up to make his annual .settlement with
the state trrasuier.
The lerivalmeetingsat the Methodist
church aie increasing in interest, and
well attended A iiumbvr have asked
prayer, and some hare been converted.
(. W. Dow has moved his frame
store buildintr which was located across
from the Chicago lumberyard to bis
lots on the northeast sldo of Webster
John Foster wishes us to announce
tliat two shoulder cupc.s, blue hi color,
one ehllds size and the thor larger,
have been hi the Masonic hall since
tbe campaign. Owner can havo same
by calling on John
Co'istlpation in Its worst forms, dys
pepsia, sickheadache, bllliousuess and
derangement of the liver aro readily
cured by DeWitt's Little Karly Risers.
These little pills never gripe. Small
pill, safe pill, best bill. C. L. Cotting.
SritAVKii Frm the farm of 1). V,
Trunkey, Monday January 'Jfith, dark
brown colt coming fonryaiK, wire cut
on front foot, weight about 1100
pounds. Drop eard to Oscar Kmick
Ked Cloud, who will givo suitable re
ward for return of animal.
Mrs. Delilah Macy, the aged mother
of Mrs. Verlinda Lutz, died this morn
ing at the residence of her tlaughtor
southwest of town. The old lady had
reached the ago of eighty-live, years
and three months. The remains wer
taken this morniug to Longford, Kan
sas, for burial, Mrs. Lutz accompany
Persons who are troubled with in
digestion will bo interested in the ex
perience of Win. II. Peun, 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 and
Diarrlnca Kennedy. For two years I
hnve siill'ercd from indigestion, and am
subject to frequent severe attacks of
pain hi the stomach and bowels. One
or two doses of this remedy never fails
to give perfect relief. Price W and Wl
cents; sold by II. K. drier, Druggist.
Save a dollar on a mackintosh at tho
Save 15 cents on a pair of overalls at
the Chicago Stoic.
Save 25 cents on a sliht at Iho Chi
Save 50 cents on apalrof jeans pants
at the Chicago Store.
Save $1.00 on a pair of pants at the
Save 10 cents on a linen or celluloid
collar at the Chicago Store.
Save ono half price on a trunk or
valise at tho Chicago Store.
Save $1,00 on a hat at the Chicago
Everything goes at some or no prlco
at the Chicago Stole.
Married On Tuesday, January 20th,
Mr. Peter Molutosh and Miss FUra
Emorton Judge Duffy otllciathig. Doth
of the contracting parties aro well and
farorably known. Tim former having
bon a resident of Webster county
since childhood and tho lattar having
rosided in this city for a number of
yoars pait. The ctrtmony was per
formed at Mr. Duffy's ofllco iu tho
afternoon and but a few intimate
friends wore present. After tho cere
mony the bride and groom betook
themselves to tho residence of the
groom's brother, James, living six
miles northwest of tho city, where
they entertained quite a number of
friends during thu evening. Tin:
Cilir.K along with other numorons
Ifnci.U of the newly wedded eoupH
1 ttkt pei-iuo in wHniji'tliom a l ip
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