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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1897)
IME RED CLOUD CHIEF, ERJLDA1 , FEB. 5, 1807.
Ifnllcliiiil valuo In n bottle of Hood's Har,.v
p.irltla than In any other pri'imrutlon.
More skill li required, more care taken, mure
cxponse Incurred In Hi nmmifncturc.
It coita tlio proprietor nnd tho dealer
Mare Imt It costs the consumer tea, in ho
pets more iIosm for till money.
Mare ciirntlio power Mnecurcil by Its jieciillar
combination, proportion and process,
' which makn It peculiar to Itself,
More people urn employed and more spice oc
cupied In Its laboratory than any otliT.
More wonderful cures elTected and more tes
timonials received than by any other.
Moro sales and more .ncrease ear by e,ir
are reported by driiRRlsts,
More people aro taking Hood's Sarsaparllla
today than any other, and more are
taking It today than ever before.
More and NTii.t mohr reasons might bo
ptvrti why you bould bike
Tho One True lllood Purifier. $1 per bottle.
it 11 mit 'iire "'I I'lver Ills and
HOOdS PillS Hick Headache,. !tcnti.
rUllMSUKI) KVKUV FIIIDAY
BtUorcd at the pom ottlce nt Ited Cloud, Ncb.av
sceoud class ninll mntter.
Wlmt litis beroiiio of tlio Culmn nji
Tli poifulist iJiiiH nt tlio oontiti
uoil nhuinconf prosperity, bfi'iuise it
kops bis ciuiso nllvo.
Ami ovury town but Knl Cloml bus
boi'ii nskcil to oxpross its viuws an tin
Tliu Nation still lives wilb lliclinimiil
gone, but tli o Enijlisli nruiniur is In
worse sbtipti tlittii war.
Wo bulievo tlmt V. II. MutiRuf wbo
bus Liti-ly bean nppointctl frricrnl judge
ir tins dlstrii-t, will be oven ii better
sippoiutmunt than Judo Mullugli.
Since tlio county jinlgo'.s olllco is tlio
pnpilat' forum, wby wmtlil It not be a
j(iotl iileti for the county botml to nr
ruiitfu it in a moro convenient .shape?
Attention to the city government
will show that there has been no moro
successful administration underucji
uthorse eitcuiintauoiH as tho ono now
If the present legislature would pay
come attention to the poor lu.vn it
might be possible to clear up a con
siderable degreo of doubt which now
exists as to tho proper patippr au
thorities. Hy the way, we note thai papillitis
objnut to tho republican measure of
18H3 calculated to .secure better print-
ers sun-ice, tint K the law delihfiiga
Mr. llotisou ilumunded a call of til
hoiihu iitum it. The call allowed tui
members absent. Tho call watt tboi
dispensed with, und ou roll call the bil
was passed by a voto of U3 to 30.
Tho recount of ballots cast at the
, last elect ion ordercd'Hiy the popniTT
legislature iinply"means that war On
the money power is to be continued iv
overturning the deciile'd law, ami inm
lf ntally"theVepudi:ition of .lutlgo Mnv
well as a juris,.
In justice to the republicans who
took Sou nor Tiiurstou's word that lie
had severed commotion with the Union
Pacific, the senator should cease hi
ablution against what appears to he a
uhaueo for the government to seeuie
the largerjpart of its claim.
One of the hardest things to do in
this world is to live a good, consistent,
Christian life in a small town where
every move you make Is known to
evaryouo in the place before night
We wonder if Bix meant that- item
or the know all saints of lied Cloud,
Jack Walsh U talking creamery nnd
lie is like the kid who wasjhuiitiug', for
bis mail pouch, "he won't bo happy
until he gets it." In? his shoal this
week under the delusion that ho has
been approached on the subject by
several citizen, betakes upon himself
the duty of giving a hlstoty of what
everybody knows. As Gov. Garber
would remark, "he is an old settler."
Jack has boeu hero for perhaps three
years, at thereabout, but in bis vanity
he has pictured to himself that he is an
old resident and therefore entitled to
criticise everything ami everybody.
People don't mind a peacock when it
struts about showing its gaudy plum
age, but they hato to eternally hear
tho lnatie screech of a guima hen,
I IK HE AND THERE.
Iletl Cloud was tho scene ofan acci
dont, Inst Tuesday afternoon, that was
it leant entertaining to the onlooker if
not to the participants. Tuesday ovon
nig, thu opera "I'rlucess llonnle" was
to bo played by lininu talent In Stiperier
with the assistance of some Hed Cloud
people. Six ladies and two gentlemen
got down to the depot at. Hod Cloud,
Tuesday nftut'iiaou, Justin tltnutosce
the smoke of No. 04 as it pulled out
ahead of time. Oil, my, but we were
mad. 1'lie ladies had prepared
elaborate toilets, and from the lips of
the plumes in their hats, to the tips of
their needle pointed shoes, the ringlets
in their hair, the t ustlc af their silks all
indicated that they bud spent hours in
preparation for the event, and then to
just think that the mean old train had
gone oft and left llii-m. An appeal was
made to Supt. Campbell at MrCunl., to
run a special. They ollered to pay ten
fares, and because this would not pay
to steam up an engine, the li. & M. got
a good roasting from thu handsome
ladies. One lady wanted It understood
tliatshu wiisu'l all. . 11. republican,
another said she wasn't a I). Vj M. pop,
another was Indignant because tbay
didn't have another railroad at Red
Cloud that had .some accommodation
about it, while another, tlio color of
whose tresses shall be nameless, kicked
the depot building quite vigorously.
Supt. Campbell could not hear the
angry remark.s over the wire and was
inexorable, so the party drove 110 miles
to Superior. Harlan County Demo
crat. If wo could trace dyspepsia to its
source, it would lead back to our
kitchens. In fact, the secret of good
health is good cooking. If well cook
ed foods are partially digested, if poor
ly aooked, they are less digestible than
in their raw state. If yoi are a victim
of faulty cooking; that is, if you stiiTor
from Dyspepsia, the rational cure must
be looked for in an artilically digested
food, anil a food which will at the same
time aid the digestion of other foods.
Such a preparation virtually rests tho
tired digestive organ), thereby restor
ing them to their natural strength.
The.'ligestivo Cordial, as prepared
by tlio Shakers of Ml. Lobanou, Is just
such a preparation, and a single 10
cent bottle will convince you of its
value. If your druggist doesn't keep
it, ho will be glad to get it through Ills
hANOt. i the best medicine for
children. Doctors recommend it in
place of Castor Oil
Talking about manufacturing in
terests in Nebraska, a pi;ikur at a
recent meeting held in U)riaha gave
utterance to the following strong
words: "Kxpeticncc In the use af all
kinds of expedienty has taught us that
nothing short of newspaper advertis
ing can Menu f liu tide. It is coming
home lo thein, as indeed it docs to all
manufacturers, that any brand of Hour,
ccieal tir product tastes better to the
consumer if scaMiued with printer's
Ink, and that a brand of soap, although
capable of cleasiiing the foulest fabric
without washboard or mangle, will re
main on the grocers shelf until Gabriel
tools his horn and the Uy specks on the
wrapper are as thick as the inst ou the
scoop in his sail barrel unless it.sinciits
reach the good housewife through the
medium 1 the local paper." Ex.
Uevival services at the Methodist
church are attracting great crouds
every evening, souls are being saved
and the city seems to be .stirred up in
great hupe. Mr. Darby preaches a
Mrs. Kate Etter
It Oured or Heart Disease by Dr. Mllss'
New Heart Oure.
MRS. KATE ETTER wrote from
Neosho, Ma, In March last. "Two
years ago I was severely troubled
with my stomach and kldnoys, and a great
affliction so unnerved me that my condition
became alarming. Tho telegraph brought
a prominent physician In a consultation
which resulted In no benefit. I went to
Wyoming for change of climate without
benefit, was brought
back to Atchison where
nurses worked with me
night and day to keep
me allvo to reach my
friends here. My heart
becamo so bad that my
friends gave up all
hope I began taking
Dr. Miles' Heart Guru and Nervine alter
nately and was restored to health. It Is now
months since ami I inn iiurfectly well."
Dr. Mllen' UomcdluM nio whl by all drug-
gUta under a jKtsitlvu gunruutce, llrut bottlo
benefit or money refunded. Hook on Heurt
aud Nerves out free to till applicants.
Dll. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind
HMU JLLtafctw SlMBkHr!l
57 I '
K a mi i !
religion for humanity which lie says
makes people better. Hetter fathers,
better mothers, belter citizens, mote
loyal to their country, and loyal to the
interests of our fellows. He uxtunrls
an Invita'iou to our business men to
drop into the services, after business
hours, if it Is even late, butter late than
never. There will bo no services ou
Saturday evening, but on Saturday
afternoon there will be a great mass
meeting held at 2:30 at the church.
Teaclieis, school children, people from
the country, and from the elty ate all
invited. Mr. Darby will preach at
Pet haps it would be a good thin for
our fanners to look out for a gang of
traveling grocery sharks who are mak
ing the rounds of farm houses in some
of the counties cast of us, but aie
steadily working westward. From all
accounts they are good talkers and can
easily convince the most skeptical that
they can sell you groceries clieapc' I ban
yon can buy at home, and soon have
ortlms for a eat load of grorcrivs.
When shipped the goods come C. O. D.
and must bo paid, including freight,
before the car is opynetl. The si i iff re
ceived is of a very poor quality ami
will not compare very favorably with
the .samples carried by the fakirs, and
hefoie the end you will find you have
paid more for your groceries than you
would have to pay your home mer
chants. Save a dwllar on a mackintosh at the
Save 15 cents on a pair of overalls at
the Chicago Store.
Save 25 cents on a tdiitt at the Chi
Save fW cents on a pair of jeans pants
at the Chicago Store.
Save $1.00 ou a pair of pants at the
Save 10 cents an a linen or
collar at the Chicago Store.
Save ono half price ou a
valine at the Chicago Store.
Save 11.00 on a hat at the Chicago
Everything goes tit some or no price
at the Chicago Stotc.
Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredericks
town, Mo., was Moulded with chronic,
diarrluea for over thirty years. Ho
had become fully satislied that it was
only a question of a short time until lie
would have to give up. Ho bad been
treated by some of the best physicians
in Kurope and America but got no
permanent relief. Ono day ho picked
up,n' newspaper nnd chanced to read
an advertisement of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera und Diarrlio'ii Remedy.
He got a bottle of it, the lirst dose
helped him aud its continued use
cured him. For sale by II. K. (Jrice,
Of all heathenish practices that of
photographing kills with no clothes
on is the worst. Imagine how your
sou must feel when ho grows up, fond
mother, aud nods that in his helpless
infancy you toted him before a photo
grapher attired only in balmy NobrasKa
atmosphere. Other people may smile
when they look at that picture, and
pronounce it cute, but tho man him
self is liable to pronounce nothing but
cuss words. Superior Journal.
Chicora, Pa., "Herald:" Richard
Vensel reporto One Minute Cough
Cure the greatest success of nicdicnl
science. Ha told its that it cuied hh
whole family of torrible coughs and
colds, after all other so called cures
hud failed entirely. Mr. Vensel said it
assisted his children through a very
bad siege of measles. One Minuto
Cough Cure makes expectoration very
easy and rapid. C. h. Colling
Here is the latest story. A tramp
asked for something to eat. She said
(die would furnish it if he wmld saw
some wood. The tramp agreed to the
proposition, was fed and shown the
wood pilo. The woman wont into the
yaid an hour later to see how ho was
gcttlngou ami found the following note
pinned on the saw buck. "Just toll
them that you saw mo but didn't see
me saw." Kx.
A few months ago, Mr Dyron Kvery,
of Woodstock, Mich., was badly
ufllieted with rheumatism. His right
leg was Hwolleii the whole length,
causing him great sutlcring. Ho wis
advised to try Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Tho lirst bottle of it helped
him considerably aud tho socoud bottlo
effected a euro. Tho 25 and 50 cent
izes for sale by H. E. Griee, Druggist.
A paper of a neighboring town says
that the best investment that a town
cau have is a creamery ami a cold stor
ago plant. That sounds nice in theory,
but when you come down to cold, bard
practice Beaver Cily bus a creamery
aud cold storage plant for snlo cheap
ami casii no object. Denver City Tri
Fiikk ta any person suffering from
dyspepsia in anj form. A leinedj that
will cure .Mm, tn-iid uaiiu anil mldiesa
ta J. Cramer. Ho. 18, Cnvimjton, Olua.
He will ointl it lieu eituige. He
wants yoi.r i mm for I N mulling list.
UuWltt's Colic & Cholera Cure.
vuicaiy curco Vyscr.tety nnd DUrrbwa.
Morning service nt 10:30 a. in. A
ten minute acrmonette will be deliv
ered to the young people at thisstr
vice. Subject, "How Can the Young
Serve Christ." Subject for the morn
ing discourse will be "Spiritual
Sunday school 11 M.'j a. m , under the
superlntendeney of Mrs. C. Pope.
Junior Society of C. K.-t p.m., led by
Mrs. J. O. Duller, to which tlie young
folks are especially Invited.
Y P 3. C. K. 0:30 p.m. Topic, "Sin
ceiity With One's Self, With Others,
Evening service nt 7:30, Subject,
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30. Subject, "The Duty of Our
Church. What is it? How Will It De
We aim to help and instruct in spir
itual matters and to save. Come thou
with us and we will know the good, for
the Lord hath spoken good concerning
All are invited to tliee services.
Young men especially invited lo tWe
Sunday evening seiviee.
O. K. TioKNott, Pastor.
Pleaching at 10:30 u.m.
Sunday school at 11:30.
Junior League at 1 p.m.
Senior League at 0:30.
Preaching at 7:30 on "Seven Abomi
Chapel Sunday school at 3 p.m. each
The public is invited to all these services-.
Rkv. J. M. Daiiiiv, Pastor.
Services Sunday morning at 10:30.
Sunday School at 11:30.
Junior union at 3 p. m.
Baptist Young People's Union at
6:30 p. in.
Evening servicca at 7:30 p. in.
You are coidlally itiriivd to worship
C. It. Wki.dkn, Pastor.
Services Sunday morning
Sunday .school at 10 o'clock.
Services in the evening at 7:30.
Wastim Salesmen to sell very
complete line of lubiicatiug oils,
greases and specialties. Liberal terms
to proper party.
Jkwki. Rkfinino Co.
DeWitt'5 Little Early Risers,
The leJBous little pills.
Notioo to Toaohers.
Notice is hereby given that I will ex
amine all persons who may desire to
offer themselves as candidates for
teachers of the public school of this
county, ut Red Cloud ou the third S:u
urday of each mouth.
Special examinations will be held on
the Friday proceeding the 3d Saturday
af each month.
The standing desired for 'd and 3d
grade certilicate is the same no grade
below 70 per cent., average 80 per cent;
for tirst grade certilicate no grade be
low 80 per cent., average 00 per cenl in
all branches required bylaw.
1). M. IluNTKK, County Supt.
Wo Offer You a Remedy Which Insures
SAFETY to LIFE of Doth
Mother and Child.
RODS COMIMKMENT OF ITS PAIN,
HOItltOH AND DANGER,
Makes CHILD-BIRTH Easy.
Endoremt nutl recommended by phyil
elann, nildwlvee anil those who Iiktu used
It, llewaro of eulistltutee and Imitations,
6ent lir eipre or mall, on receipt of
Int of m
ei.w per Doiuc. uikii
mailed free, containing voluntary teitlmonUli.
MADTKID XZOTJLATOK CO., Atlanta, Qa.
sold nv am. imcaoiiT.
IIKI'UKT OK THE CONDITION
PEOPLE'S BANK of RED CLOUD
at ltd! Cloml. In the Slate ef Nebraska, at the
clott of tmalneita Drromber.'llat, ts
l.oaiu nml I)Ik'0iiiiI....... -Ul.ft.'O 91
iirerdrafla. keciired and unsecured..... 16 30
County and city warrant I MM u
llnnklng hotme furniture aud fixtures, 944 34
checka and other caab Items too HO
Due from ether natlenal,
stale aud private hanks
and bankers .......1 13,700 44
Nicklcs and cents is CO
lltlls ef other banks 1,810 no
Legal tender notes l,0u 1)0
Total ( ash on hand 18,802 54
Total 103,491 M
Capital tock paid In............... tl&,000 no
Umllvl.letl profits .- B,(M7 (U
Individual deposits subject
to check !M,8H4 67
Demand certificates ef do-
polt .. 3.644 U9
Time ccitltlcuteh of deposit. 6,ftS (JO- 30,8.V) 76
Total 162.491 51
Statu or Nkmuhka, ty,.
County of Wilmtor. ("'
I, W, Ai Sherwood, rm-lilcr of the
aliovo imiiifil bunk, do xoliMiuily Mienr that thu
iiboio Miiii'iiioul Is truo to (he Wl of n kuowl
cdKt xud bt'lluf,
attmtI W. a hiiruwoon, OiMilor. ,
.1 I. Minhi, l'lrwtor
l Jl Miami, liltirtur.
buliK'itit') ioiiI Mvurn to before uio (lil--iU)i
iiii of.iiiiiuiin. ISU7.
Kamioli'H Mc.N'ut, Nuliiry l'ubtle.
My eiiuiiulkidoii expiries May , UU7,
The modern Pam Annihilator, will positively
cure Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Sores, Earache, Backache and all other
aches. SALVATION OIL Is sold everywhere for
35 cents. Only the genuine will do the work.
hew LANCE'S PLUGS.m Great Tobacce AaNMe.tOc. Detltrt or tU,A.C.Merer A Co., Batto.,M4
w v wwq
AAA A A A 4a?
During the JWontb
of January, .
ar !- if
Our slock i. the laigct at.d most coiuplulo.
All goods marked in pl-tin figure.
Our prices the Iyitj!.
This i an ellort in youi bci.alf. Embrsiee it
Cincinnati Cash Shoe Store.
Humboldt, Minnesota and Ainboy Flour
Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
FUKSH VKGKTAHLES AND FUUITS OF ALL KINDS IN SKASON.
Harness! Harness! Harness!
Wc are making Special Inducements on Harness this spring.
We are selling harness to correspond with corn. Fol
lowing you will find a few of the articles we are selling.
i--inch Harness from $19 to $25,
i-inch Harness from $20.50 to $29.
Swkat Pads from 45c to 65c pkk pair.
All other goods in proportion. Call and be convinced.
J. O. BUTJLVBR, Fjtoi.
POUIvTRY - XT A. K T JB I !
Tint riiMtn of tiia VMiir litis ttrrivnl wlieti you will he prevailed uixni liv
NUMKKUUS CO.MMISSION HOUSES ta furwaiil tlu-in
your I'oiisigninonts af
POULTRY, - GAME, - BUTTER, - EGGS,
FURS, HIDES, PELTS, ETS.,
Take na cliiinciw lint shin ilirccl to tlio old tti)il!sliee linn of
J. - Va - MoCutolieon 4& - Co.,
122 South Water St., Chicago, HI.
Tlioy will nivojau tap piic-os uml iiiiik rstnrns. Writa Mkmii far (itiotntions
ItEFEUENCE Fir.hT Nationai. Hank, CIiIcmk. Illinois
Get Oar Priees
rH AAA AAA. A.
Wu will exchange shoes
for corn at i i cents per
bushel. Corn to be deliv
ered when goods arc purchased.
1 lie s
i ii Israel e
You will find one oonpon
Inside each two ounce bag
and two coupons Inside each
four ounce bagof Blackwell'e
Durham. Buy a bat of this
celebrated tobaoco and read
the ooupon-wblch gives a
list of valuable present and
how to get them.
On Job ttlork
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