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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, FEB. 26, 1897.
Celebrated for Iti stent Ica cuing strength mul
benllhf nines AsMircn (lie food Kftlnt nliitu
aihI nil forms of nilnlturiUl ti couimon to the
cheap bmniK HOYAI. IIAKISM t'OWllKIt
JohnToiHliiison was in tho oily litis
It. L. Titikei of McCook was In Iho
Thad Sliephaul of McCook was in
the city the last of the week.
Children's Oxford shoes and Oxfords
at tho Cincinnati Shoe Store.
Miss Helen Roby returned home Sat
urday night from a visit to Nelson.
Jas. 11. Grimmlngcr of Wymote, was
in tho city tho fore part of tho week
shaking hands with his old friends.
Tho ladles of Red Cloud will give a
dinner aid supper on Saturday, March
6lh, for the benefit of tho Red Cloud
S. ef V. Band.
If you want to see a nice store and a
good stock of f urnituro you want to go
to the large store room in tho Moon
block which is occupied by Taylor.
The "kid" band dinner and supper
held ia the Moon block last Saturday
was quite well patronized, aud the
boys realized a neat sum therefrom.
Torturing, itching, scaly skin
eruptions, burns and scalds aro soothed
atonco and promptly healed by Do-
Witt's Wiich Hazel Halve, tite uesi
known euro for piles. C. L.'Cotting.
Tho Beatrice Express says that, "Tho
mcaucstman on earth lives in Nebraska
City. Ho refused a S3 cent pair of
shoes, on credit, to a man who wanted
to put them ou the feet ol nts uono
Kastcr this year comes late in the
season, April 18th. Some say a late
Kastcr makes a lato spring, but bo that
as it mav. wo have had cttouglCwintor
weather to make tip for asinnll amount
of cold in tho spring.
Tho road overseer of Red Cloud
township should see to It that tho ap
proaches to tho river bridge are llxed
as soon as tho weather will permit, as
they aro in a very poor condition and
need tilling and leveling badly.
It is surprising what "a wee bit of a
t'ting" can accomplish. Sick head
ache, constipation, dyspepsia, sour
stomach, dizziness, are quickly banish
ed DeWitt's Little Early Risers. Small
pill. Safe pill. Best pill. C. L. Cot
ting. Prof. Geo. McCrary of Guide Rock
wa9 hero Saturday and knelt at tho
hiino of free sllvoi . Wo don't bollevo
that George cares tho snap of his finger
for tho cause of tho white metal but
there is still a twelve hundred tieilar
job in the distance.
If you have over seen a child iu tho
agony of croup, you can appreciate tho
gratitude of tho mothers who know
that One Minute Cough Cure relieves
their Utile ones as quickly as it Is ad
ministered. Many homes In this city
are never without it. C. h. Cotting.
Some of our exchanges aro discussing
what they aro pleased to term tho
"sulcldo habit." It may bo in some
places sulcldo has como to bo a "habit'
with 83iuo people, but wo have never
knowu a man to kill himself moro than
once, and this can scarcely be called a
habit. Hastings Democrat.
Rev. Geo. Humniell who brought a
very successful revival meeting atBlue
Hill to a close on last Sunday was a
caller Wednesday and reports about
fifty converts during the meetings of
tho past sovon wcoks. Ho will go to
Ayr tho last of the week to help with
meetings at that place.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Crenin of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
To Our Patrons.
It having como to our notlco that
cortnin unscrupulous persons uro en
deavoring to lujuro this papor and its
editor by cortnin underhand mothods,
wo wish to say to our frlonds not to
place any conlldonce In the tales put
up by those porsous. Whou any or
them toll you anything please drop
lttto,tho batik ami seo which tho ed-
itor or tho other follow has a record
of paying his debts. This will tell
you bettor than anything olso whom
to tie to. Tiik Eurron.
Now wall p.tpet at Cuttings.
Sain Saunders was in Lebanou Tties
Oxblood oxfouls at the Clticlnnatl
Tiik Ciiikk Is prepared to do your
A. II. Kaley loft tho first of tho week
It is reported that three saloon
licenses will be asked for this year.
Miss. E. A. Hadell Is iu St. Joo.thls
wcok to purchaso it millinery stock.
A Nebraska girl arrived at tho homo
of Jos. McClollaud Thursday morning.
Buy your fencing of the Red Cloud
Fenco Factory. Tho best hog fenco on
earth. A. Mouiiakt.
When you want n nice smooth shave
or hair cut, give Geo. Fentress a call.
One door souMi of tho Bon Bakery.
Arthur Cunniughum and Ida Ogdeu
are among tho now married folks.
Judgo Duffy tlod the knot at his olllee
James McCartney ono of the Chief's
old friends from south of the river
came In Saturday and paid up to Jan
uary 1, 1898.
We call your attention this week to
tho new advertisement of Jamas
Petersen. He handles machinery ot
well earned reputation.
Mrs. Chapman, mother of Mrs. Jas.
McNeny, who has been visiting hero
for some time past left for her home in
Lincoln Thursday morning.
F. V. Taylor has moved. Ho has
the finest furniture headquarters in the
v.tlloy. His store room iu the Momi
block is a pictarc of neatness.
It is said that Pap Barkley aud three
hands made a remarkable showing iu
snapping corn some time ago, actually
snapping about ten bushels iu a half
Nino dollars nnd u half was. what It
cost n geutlemuit of tho bloodyjilrht
ward for trying to gouge n young utuus
eyes out last Thursday evening at tho
Wm. Eugolls was a caller ou us Sat
urday and left a dollar on subscription.
This gouticmau with tho assistance of
ills sou put in n crop of corn last year
nnd raised therefrom 7,000 bushels.
Considerable corn has boon market
ed in the city this week. No matter
how much comes iu it always finds n
ready salo at the present market price
W. T. Auld is tho principal buyer.
Many cases of "Grippo" have lately
been cured by Ono Miuuto Cough
Cure. This preparation seems es
pecially adapted to tho euro of this dis
ease. It acts quickly thus preventing
serious complications and bad effects iu
which this disease often loaves the
patient. C. LqCottingJ r:""i :..
If I had countless wads of wealth,
would not make a vain display,
would not ride on snowy steeds, or iu n
gold emblazoned "shay" I would not
shine with precious stones, nor yacht
ing go upon tho sea; a little $7 boat is
plenty good enough for me. No idle
pleasures weuld be initio; no rainbows
would I try to catch; I'd merely seek
Nevada's strand, to see tho coming
slugging match. Beatrice Express.
A fow months ago, Mr. Byron Every,
of Woodstock, Mich., was badly
afllicted with rheumatism. His right
leg was swollen tho whole length,
causing him groat suQcriug. He whs
advised to try Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Tho first bottle of it helped
him considerably and tho second botllo
effected a cure. The 25 and M) cent
sizes for sale by II. E. Grlco, Druggist.
Here is something worth trying
should you ever have tho occasion.
"There is no uso in walking the floor
with a felon," says ono who has had
some experience in that direction.
"Wrap a cloth loosely around tho
felon, leaving the end open. Pour gun-
powder in tho end and shake it down
until the felon is covered, then keop it
wet with camphor. In two hours the
pain will be relieved and a porfectcure
will quickly follow."
Mr. Ward L. Smith, of Fredericks
town, Mo., was troubled with chronio
diarrhoea for over thirty years. Ho
bad become fully satisfied that it was
only a question of n short time until he
would have to givo up. Ho had boon
treated by somo of the best physicians
in Europo and America but got no
permanent relief. Ono day ho picked
up a uowspapor nnd chanced to read
nu advertisement of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhmu Remedy,
lie got a bottle of it, the first duso
I helped him nnd its continued uso
cured him. For salo by H.E. Grlco,
MOKE Oil lyKSS TEHSONAT...
James Peterson was in Guide Rock
Buy plow shoes at tho Cinelunatl
J. M.Sellars returnod homo from his
hip to Lincoln Tuesday night.
Al. Holdrego and Hopkins tho miller
ot Rlverton were bore w edncsday.
Wo will furnish you tho Nebraska &
Kansas Faruier and The Ciiir.K for 91.
Chai ley Arnold from near Roseiuent
was hero Wednesday and pleasantly
invaded our wigwam.
Taylor Is now comfortably situated
In the Moon block. You are In need of
furniture. So call ou him.
The Orange Judd Fanner and the
American Agriculturalist Alumnae to
gether with The Ciiikk for 9Ut5.
C. L. Cutting, sole agent, will refund
your money If not satisfied alter using
one bottle of Dr. rentiers famous medi
cine. The uso of a rubber Htamp sliows
that tho user Is a back number. Get
up-to-date printing at The Ciiikk
After having uudetguuo a general
fixing up with paper and paint tho
store room of Miner Bros, presents a
One minute is all the time necessary
to decide from personal experience
that Ono Miuuto Cough Cure docs what
Its name implies. C. L. Cotting.
Tho following wold's by Blxby slaps
Jack Walsh pretty hard: "A party
whose members gloat over business
failures is a good one not to tie to."
John Uasselbacker was in Uwu Sat
urday and as he couldn't got along
witheut tho Ghkat Family Weeely
presented ua with a dollar for another
Another immense cora crib is under
course of construction directly west of
the one lately filled by T. H. Auld, that
gentleman having concluded to buy
The American Agriculturist Almauac
n Imnk which treats on hundreds of
subjects, The Orange Judd Fanner,
one of tho best farm papers published
and Tito Chief all one year for 91.35.
Wc will pay a salary of 910.00 per
week for man with rig to introduce our
Poultry Mixture and Insect Destroyer
iu the country. Reference icqiiired.
Address, with stamp. Pehfkction
Mfm. Co., Parsons, Kansas.
They say that. Jack Walsh took
another young lady to dinner Monday.
Wo thought we would mention tho fact
so that there wouldn't bo anybody who
wouldn't know thnt Jack took a young
lady to dinner Monday.
Don't allow tho lttugs to be Impaired
by the continuous irritation of a cough.
It is easier to prevent consumption
than to cure it. One Minute Cough
Cure taken early will ward off any
fatal lung trouble. C. L. Cotting.
E. E. Turner of Compton, Mo.,
writes us that after suffering from
piles forsyventecn years, he completely
cured them by using three boxes of De
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It cures
eczema and severe skin diseases. C.
They are so small that the most sensi
tive persons take them, they are so
effective that tho most.obstluato cases
of constipation, headache aud torpid
liver yield to them. That is why De
Witt's Llttlo Early Risers uro kuown
as the famous little pills. C. L. Cot
tiug. Chas. Wiener is calling the attention
of tho public this week iu u new ad
vertisement, to the fact that he is mak
ing somo good bargains iu clothing.
Ever since he has returned from the
cast largo Invoices of goods have been
arriving nt his store aud as ho secured
somo gojd snaps iu his line whilo ou
his buyiug trip it will bo to your
interest to call on him.
Gun Goes Off
instantly when you pull the
trigger So sickness may conic
on suddenly. But it takes time
to load the gun, and It takes
time to get ready for these ex
plosions caucddiscascs. Coughs,
colds, any "attack," whaterer
the subject he, often means ere
ccdingweakness and poor Mood
Are you getting thin? Is
your appetite poor ? Are you
losing that snap, energy and
yigor that make "clear-headedness?"
Do one thingi build
up your whole system with
SCdTT'S EMULSION of
Cod-liver Oil. It b the essence
of nourishment. It does not
nauseate, does not trouble the
stomach. And it replaces all
that disease robs you of
A book telling more about it sat
free Ask for lU
SCOTT & BOWNE, Nnr York.
fYem U.S.ftvntAl rf JMUm
jtoi. w. h. recite, who
muxes a upecinitv or.
15pllpy, lins without
doubt treated nnd cur
ed more ense. than nnr
living l'hvilclam liw
imcccss I, astonishing.
of so ycnr' standing
of hi absolute cure, free to any aufTercr
wno nifty Benu uicir r, v. anu i.xprcss ouurcss.
rrd.w. e. nax, r, v 4
we aaviso nnv one wismn
n cure tondilrcM
St., new Tor
ODDS AND 13XDS.
"host llyntus" for salo at Colllng'n
O. W. LlntKey Is homo from a trip to
Ed. Mohlur was a pleasant caller
litis week and paid us a dollar on sub
scription. Miss Randolph, who has been visit
ing with Mrs Sarah Perry litis re
11. C. Colbitrn has purchased tho
illnos farm iu Elm creek township fur
n consideration of ?2,r00.
Charlie Dlckerson returnod Thurs
day from Lincoln where ho has been
attending tiie agricultural college.
Major Colo tho great rovlvnllst who
out tho state is now at McCook. An ef
fort is being made to have him como
Miss Helen Jacoby, niece of C.
Wiener, who has been hero for several
weeks past has again returned to Den
ver that climate being beat suited for
Ono of tho ministers; invited a cer
tain ofliaial to attend the revival meet
ings but tho gentleman told him it was
tho wrong season as people would Im
mediately conclude he wanted a re
nomination. If tho hero of Valley Forge could
step buck upou earth and oxamino a
metropolitan daily newspaper and see
tho numerous portraits of himself ho
would wonder how it came that each
succeeding year lie changed so.
Mr. M. W. Dickcrsou lias received
word announcing tho death of his mint
Mrs. Sabiun Dttflleld of typhoid pneu
monia at her homo at Abingdon, Illi
nois. She was born ou April 25th,
1821, and wus theiefore nearly 70 years
County Cluik Fort tho first of the
week shipped the amendment ballots
and books required in the recanvnss of
votes on the amendments nt Lincoln.
This is another mensuro of economy
of tho pop legislature.
There is a tendency nmoug tho
young sprouts or budlcts of this day
and ago to npe similar customs prac
ticed by their forefathers in tho way
of wearing their hair. The budlct of
this period Is vainly trying to train his
hair to make an awning to shade his
eyes from the sun.
From everywhere come words of
praise for Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. "Allow me to congratulate
you on tho merits of your Remedy. It
cured me of chronic bronchitis when
the doctor could do nothing for mo.
Chas. F. 11km ix, Toledo, O. For salo
by II. E. Urico, Druggist.
As usual Omaha wunts to hog every
thing iu sight and on its board of lady
malingers of the bureau of education
of the Trans-Mississippi Exposition it
gives itself eleven members, Council
III tiffs two, South Omaha two, and the
rest of tho great state of Nebraska
twelve, or two for each congressional
It the reform nutl economy howlers
in tho Nebraska legislature had begun
their goodwork by slicing oft' a part
of their own salaries instead of raising
tho appropriation for expenses of that
body the people might think they we to
sincere in their wish for economy.
But when thoy reduce somo other per
sons salary and do not lesson their
own it looks ltshy.
The revival meetings which havo
boon iu progiess for tho past six weeks
at the First M. E. , Church, this city,
closed last Monday oveulug with a very
enthusiastic jubilee meeting. This
closed one of the most successful series
of protracted meetings in tho history
of Red Cioud for several years past
aud tho good work done by tho pastor,
Rov. James M. Darby, is manifested
throughout nil sections of tho city.
Since tho commencement of the meet
ings tho church has been taxed to its
utmost capacity nightly to accoaim
date tho largo congregations which
have boon in attendance, and nst from
tho opening until the closing erening
did the interest wane, but on the con
trary kept steadily increasing and waa
at its height on tho final evening
About 44 new names were added to the
church rolls, and had the meeting! con
tinued a week or ten days more no
doubt tho converts would havo been
doublo that number. As an evangelist,
Mr. Darby has had few equals iu this
city, and should ho in the futuro un
dertake another series of meetings, ho
will no doubt find that tho good work
done nt tho recent ono will bo the
sourco of many now converts to tho
cause of Christianity.
One Minute Cough Cure, cures.
That Is what it was aadi for.
Come and see
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