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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, FEB. 5, 1897.
A twain of liirtnr bnlliiK powilor. lllslicst of
nil In It'Aveiiltiv tri'UKlli -hitrtt Intlnl '
liOtfrMiifht Fund Itfpnrl.
Uotal Hiikimi I'iimiii.ii l'n.. New ork.
Vakti:i -Corn. Mixku lliioinmts.
K 1. lut?Kt3tt vns in Superior Wed
nesday, ii. '
Rubbers So ami 10 cents at Cincinnati
I). M. Able speatSiiiiduy with friends
Cum. Huschow of Colby, Kansas is
in thu city totlay.
Tlie Nebraska & Kansas Farmer Hand
Miner Rrothors will erect ciib and
buy corn. Cribs near uopoi.
Tlio Nebraska State Sugar Heel asso
ciation was in session at Hasting tins
A tine baby boy arrived; at the homo
of Arthur Wolcott at Inavale on Thurs
Just twenty-four boys o-piocc suits
left. To be closed at most any juice
at the Chicago Store.
A Nebraska boy of usual weight ar
rived at the home of J. Frank Smith
oiith of the river on Thursday.
H. W. Ucdoll and wife of Peru, this
state, arrived ThurMlay night on a
visit with tin' family of L.H. Fort.
C. V. Hinker a prosperous juuuk
farmer living near Iuavale left a dob
kir on subscription with us last Satur
day. A. Scott an old veteran from near
Cainpbull was heie Tuesday and as a
consequence of his vi-dt to tho city TllK
ClUKF U a dollar belter oil.
It you want to see a nice store ami a
good stock of furniture you want to go
to the largo -.tore room in thu Moon
block which is occupied by Taylor.
Win. Hurd living near Cowles was in
town Saturday paying his taxes and
after doing this duty came in and
.squared himself for '07 on TilK Chikf.
The lied Cloud fence factory has re
sumed operation, after a brief shut
down and will endeavor to supply all
of that urticlc needed in this section
of the country
This week a declaration of intention
to become a subject of Uncle Sam, be
longing to Andrew Asklnnd, was
picked up on our streets. Owner can
have same by calling at this otllce.
A torpid liver means a bad com
plexion, bad breath, indigestion and
frequent headaches. To avoid such
cdinpauions take DcWitt's Little Early
Risers, the famous link "Ms. C. L.
The portable photographic studio of
Baillie & KotStroni of McCook, which
lias been here for several weeks has
heon moved to iiiiiue uock. on.
Haillio the member of tho Hnii who
has been here left for that place this
morning. He is a pleasant gentleman
and dues tir-t class work in his line.
Ike Ludlow has a gun loaded full to
tho muzzle with chunks of lead and
other missies, and is lying in wall for
the siin-of-a-giin who is mean enough
to steal tent t corn. He says some
one has stolen between llfty and one
hundred bushels from him, and that
ihey at n not satMied with ear corn but
take shelled corn.
Last Tuesday was ground hog day
ami if the old adage in correct wo will
bo treated to six weeks mare winter.
Tho ugly brute according to tradition,
appeared and observing his image on
the bleak wintei deadcucd buffalo
grass Immediately hied himself back
luto his burrow in mother earth and
curled himself up for another six
week's dose of poaceful slumber, ami
nooue la happy oxcopt the coal deal
ers who will have another six week's
Highest Honors World's Pair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure (Irapc Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
of Rtvertou was
Bargains in spring goods. MiSF.it
(5o. A Ducker of Jollet, Illinois, Is
here this week.
John. S. Marsh of Guide Hook was
in the city today.
James Burden and wife aie home
again after their visit to Lincoln.
Ch.n Wiener will leave this weak for
the eastern market to buy his spring
Chris Zeiss can't get along without
the Great Family Weekly and so gave
us a dollar.
Father Michael Shine lias been here
this week and will be a residvu priest
of the Catholic chinch.
L. II. Fort was in Grand Island this
week attending a meeting of the grand
lodge of Modern Woodmen.
A C Potter, editor of thoSpcailUU,
South Dakota, Register, was here this
week visiting fi lends and relatives.
When you want a nice smooth shave
or hair cut, give Goo. Fentress u call.
One door south of the Bon Bakery.
Saner kraut for sale at IS cents per
gallon. Will trade for corn and hay.
Will give a gallon far a bushel. A.
We understand that a goutleiaaii of
unlimited capital will in all probability
be here soon to purchase an unlimited
.supply of corn.
Children's knee pants at most any
price to close. Few suits of nice under
wear at a price that will interest you
at the Chicago Store.
Mrs. !. W. Warren arrived homo
Saturday evening accompanied by a
niece Miss Elizabeth Shepherd of
Mound City, Missouri.
F V. Taylor has moved. He has
tliH linest furniture headqiiartors in the
v.tlloy. His store room in the Moon
block is a picture of neatness.
Married by Rev. A. G. Blackwcll at
his residence in Red Cloud, February
4th, 1807, Mr. Christian A. Jessou to
Miss Maud II. Reynolds, both of Iua
All the different forms of skin
troubles, froai chapped hands to
eczema and itidoieui uicor.s can ue
readily cured by DeWltt's Witcli Hazel
Salve, the great pile cure. C. L. Cot
ting. The ladies of the Christian church
will giro a corn supper Thursday
evening, February 11, in the room oc
cupied by Mrs. J. C. Myers millinery
The length of life may bo increased
by lessening its dangers. The majority
of people die from lung troubles.
These may be averted by promptly
using One Minute Cough (Cure. C. L.
Department Commander Culver of
the Gratid Army has issued orders for
the twcnty-lirst annual encampment
which will be held at Hastings next
Wednesday, January 10th. A rate of
one faro for the rood trip has bocu
Minutes seem like hours when a life
is at stake. Croup gives no time to
stud for a doctor, delay may mean
death. One Minute Cough Cure gives
Instant relief and insures recovery.
Tho only harmless lomedy that pro
duces immediate results. C. L. Cut
The Hiawatha, Kaus., World unfeel
ingly remarks that "Up In Nebraska
there are a lot of people wealing dress
suits ami linen dustors ami smokliif
jackets to plow in. They wcro sent
them from the east." If we had that
unregeneratcd editor up here wo would
make his jacket smoke until lit would
lit-glad to wear a linen duster. Beaver
At a late meeting of Garlield W. R. C.
tho following ofliccrs wero installed by
Past President Martha L, Brewer.
President Faiinio S. Daw.
S. V. President Carrie L. West.
J. V. Preiidont ElizaMoranvllle.
Secretary Kate S. Judson.
Treasurer Emma B. Knight.
Chaplin Nancy J. Tumor.
Conductor Leon a B. Turner.
Guard Lois E. McKeighau.
Assistant Conductor Lylia Bohrer.
Assistant Guard Can io Richardson.
Press Correspondent Kate Judson.
Carps meets each alternate Saturday
at 2:80 p.m., at I. O. O. F. Hall.
Morrled on last Sunday, January
31st, at tho resldenco of A. H. Carpen.
ter in this city, Mr. James F. Carpen
ter of Franklin, and Miss Adda Phillips
of Teoumseh. At about six o'clock
Rov. James M. Darby, tho bridesmaid
and best man and the bride and groom
advanced from an adjoining parlar
into the parlor where tho mystic words
worospoken. About twenty-lire guests
wero assembled to witness the cero
ninny and partake of the bountiful
supper which followed. Many beauti
ful presents wore recoived by the
young couple. Mi. and Mrs. Carpen
ter departed Tuesday morning for
Franklin, their future home. The
CHUT extends congratulations anil
ht ,i w Ishes to the young couple.
One Alinutc Cough Cure, cures.
Tbtt U what It was Bade for.
ODDS AND TOTD6.
Fred Bradbrook wont down to Guide
New spring styles in dress gaods.
Jos. Kublc was hero from McCook
visiting with his family.
Wo arc now ready to contract corn
for future delivery. Mini:uBiioiiikus.
Wo will furnish you tho Nebraska fc
Kansas Farmer and The Cuti'.r for $1.
Mrs J. A. Tulleys returned from a
protracted visit at Clay Center this
Walter Garner wants Tiik Ciiikp for
another year and so gave us a dollar
whllo In the city today.
Twenty-eight children's S-pleeu suits
iuuM be closed out ut once at most any
price at the Chicago Store.
Taylor Is now comfortably situated
in the Moon block. You are in need of
fiiriiitine. So call him.
The Cincinnati Shoe store wants
your corn as II cents per bushel and
will exchange shoes for it.
On Saturday January Sod, the rail
road taxes were paid iulw the county
treasury amounting loovcr$i:t,000.
C. E. Weseott, a gentleman interest
ed In a largo clothing establishment at
Plattsinouth, was hero this week tho
guest of A Galushu.
Foit Ri:nt One of the best located
bilek store rooms in the city 3-1x100,
with cellar. For particulars address
correspondence to P. O. Box 137.
Soothing for burns, scalds, chapped
hands ami lips. Heating far cuts and
sores Instant relief for piles, stops
pain at once. These arc the virtues of
DcWitt's Witcli Hazel Salve.
F. Busliuell an expressman was
seriously hurt by being thrown from
his wagon and the wheels passing over
him. A couple of ribs wero fractured
anil he received other severe injuries.
The American Agriculturist Almauau
a book which treats on hundreds of
subjects, The Orange J mid Fanner,
one of tho best farm papers published
and The CniKK all one year for $1,115.
Lost A dear little child who mndo
homo happy by its smiles. And to
think, it might have been saved had
the parcats only koptin the house One
Minute Cough Cure, the infallible
remedy for croup. C. Ii Cotting.
Mips Marie and Margin el Miner will
on next Monday depart for tho eastern
markets wbero they will purchase tho
latest designs from the millinery and
trimming departments of the whole
sale houses. They will about tho 15th
of March opcu up tor inspection a
largo and tnsbionablo slock.
From ovorywhoro come words of
praise for Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. "Allow me to congratulate
you on the merits of your Remedy. It
cured me of chronic bronchitis wlion
the doctor could do nothing for me.
Ciias. F. Hemkl, Toledo, O. For sale
by II. E. Grice, Druggist.
John Murphy was arrested Thursday
on tho complaint ef J. John Ferguson
for mayhem. It appears that the two
engaged in a row during the progress
of which Murphy bit off a good part of
Ferguson's left ear. Randolph McNitt
appeared for tho state and John M.
Chafllu for tho defense. Murphy was
bound over to the district court in the
sum of $259, and being unable to give
bond is lodging with the sheriff.
Perhaps it would bo a good tiling
to caution' our citizens to be careful
in locking their houses when going out
for the evening. Last Monday while
the occupants wore down town in the
evening, thieves entered a dwelling in
the northeast part of tho city and stole
a quantity of bed clothing. Consider
able potty thieving is reported in
various paits of tho city and care
should be taken if you desire not to
One-third of all the children
die before they are five years
old. Most of them die of some
wasting disease They grow
very slowly ; keep thin in flesh
are fretful; food does hot do
them much good. You can't
say they have any disease, yet
they never prosper. A slight
colo, or some stomach and
bowel trouble takes them away
SCOTT'S EMULSION of
Cod-liver Oil with Hypophos
phites U ust the remedy for
growing children. It makes
hard flesh) sound flesh; not
soft, flabby fat. It makes
strong bones, healthy nerves.
It changes poor children to
children rich in prosperity
Book about it free for the asking;.
t?T No substitute for Scott' Emul
sion will do for the children what we
know Scott's Emulsion will do. Get
For sale by all druggists at 50c. and
SCOTT A DOWNIi, New York.
m. A and xt8 ctma
To tub Editor : 1 lave an absolute
remedy for Consumption. By Its timely usa
thousands of hopeless cases have been already
permanently cured. So proof-positive am I
of Us power that I consider it my duty to
tmdtwo botlln fret to those of vour readsrs
who have Coiisumption.Tliroat, Bronchial or
Lune Trouble, If tiny will write me tlwtr
express and pottotlice address. Sincerely,
T. A. SLOCTTM, M. C, 18J Petri St., Hew York.
Tb. IMttorUI .ml HoilnpM Mmment at
tbtt l'U'.r Uutrnntes thlt (tntrtu. l'rovwtUlon.
MOIIK OH IiKSM TKUSONAIj.
John Potter of Lawrence Is here this
UubbursSoaiid 10 cents at Cincinnati
A B. Sellars was in Riwomnnt Tues
day on business.
0. B. Crone has been quita sick this
week but is bettor.
John 'Pulleys ai rived home from Lin
coln Tuesday night.
Court Repoi tor Logan of Alma was
hero the last id tho utok.
Yon should see tho complete slock
carried by Miner Biol hoi .
C. W. Kaloy is homo from Lincoln
after taking treatment at the San
itarium. Miss Kelly id Bloomlugton was here
this week vMtlng with Miss Tlllio Mc
Clelland. Tho supper given by the Degree of
Honor last Saturday night was well
Walter Cox of Republican city was
here the last of the week visiting witli
his parents near Amboy.
The Orange Judd Farmer and the
American Agriculturalist Almanac to
gether witlt The Chikf fer $1 85.
A weed in the garden be easily des
troyed when it lirst starts. Consump
tion can be nipped in the bud by One
Minute Cough Cure. C. I.. Cotting.
The creamery ice house was tilled
with ice by J.O. Llndley. In the ad
vent ot the opening of the creamery
the ice will be sold to tho pai ties oper
Constipation in its worst forms, dys-
popsia.siekhoadacho, billiousuess and
derangement of tho liver are readily
cured by DcWitt's Little Early Risers.
These little pills never gripe. Small
pill, safe pill, best bill. C. L. Cotting.
List of luttois remaining uncalled
at thu postolllcc at Red Cloud, Nob
raska, for the week ending February
Amines, 1). M. Barnes, Geo.
Steele, 1), 11. Steavens, Henry
These letters will be sent to the dead
letter office, Feb., 19th, if not called for
before Fkank W. Cowden. P. M.
Nellie Maiirer has returned after a
Phil Sborwoed came up to visit the
school Friday afternoon.
The 7th room has No. 8. The room
has the banner this week.
The literature class lias been leading
Robt. Burns. They are studying Ed
gar A. Poe.
Miss McClelland has taken up the
reading onAnthony Hope during open
Last Friday afternoon the seniors
got off and went skating on account of
Miss Kliabeth Uhepard, a cousin of
Mable Howard visited in the high
Miss Susie Rife lias been ill this
week, but we are glad to note that she
is well again.
Mrs. Howard and Miss Tilla Cook
were very pleasant visitors in the
seventh room last Friday.
A great many pupils havo been tak
ing advantage of the new photograph
rates and havo bad their leodinstookiu.
Miss Kelley of Lincoln, a friend of
Miss McClelland, was a very pleasant
visitor in the seventh roam Monday
Tho sixth room has a now pupil,
(trace Skjelver, and if wo can judge
her qualitios by those of her sister ws
arc safe in saying that they havo quite
au addition to their room.
The seniors have examination iu
circles Monday morning, and the
juuiors in acoustics and heat. The
unanimous vote of the school put the
examinations off from Friday until
One little Junior girl is so determined
to skate that she risks bar life to do so.
Recently she has been working for Mr
Liudsey, gratis, cutting ice, and it bus
not boon long sineo she tried to show
the rest bow to swim.
Tho laboratory is now iu full dress
and daily the seniors endeavor to de
coivo us into thinking spring and the
flowers havo como, by the odoriferous
fumes which proceed from there.
Tliey have bran new apparatus for
which they are greatly Indebted to tho
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO
BUY YOUR CLOTHING
at Redaeed Prices
You can buy Good Goods at
Remember you Get a Silverware
or Household Goods Coupon
With Every Cash Purchase.
Our Spring Novelties in
Dress Goods at 45c to 90c
Red Table Damask at
3 6-inch Ooburg Cashmere 22c, worth 30c.
5,000 yards Standard
White Goods at
7c, 10c, 12 l-2c, 15c and 20c.
Wash Goods at 5o, 7c,
Crochet or Knitting Silk
5c per Spool.
Brainard & Armstrong
Filo Silk 40o per dozen.
REMEMBER WE ARE
20c, worth 30c.
10c, 12 1-2 andU5c.
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