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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1897)
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Are now located ir. their new location next to
Cotting's Drug Store. They have opened a new
stock of Clothing this week that settles all disputes
as to where you want to do your trading in order to
get the 1)i:st goods and make, correct styles and
above all the most goods for your money.
Never in the history of Red Cloud were such
from $4.25 to $10.00.
They want to see you in regard to
PERSONALLY. If they don't suit you in fit and
style and misfit you in price, then you actually have
a deformed foot and judgment.
Remember we are cash merchants both in
buying and selling.
ONE PRICE AND NO MONKEY BUSINESS.
The - Chicago - Stgrb: f
Millinery! Millinery ! !
will have her spring
CALL AND SEE HKU. MOON HLOCK, RKI) CLOUD.
Miss Etliel Hrulmkor Sundayed at
home the 7th.
Mr. Hoy Wolf was visiting with Mr.
Fred Bon last Sunday.
Nearly every ono has thu la grippe
or sore throat at this i.iine.
Charlov Jackson and mother visited
at Joshua Hrubakcrs Sunday.
About half of this community gather,
ed at Mr. Hrubakors Sunday to Did the
hoys good bye.
Some folkssay itis acaution the way
thu sand Hies botweon the baelialors
..nlann lincl Ml. CindwIllS.
Miss Adda Adatuson will teach the
spring term of school at Mt. Hone bo
L'inumrt the lirst Monday in Atiri .
Mr. Alfred Saladen and wifo began
housekeeping March the first ou the
farm bolouglng to Mrs. Rachel Lewis
of Tal mage this stato. .....
Mr. Fred Blankey and family have
gone to T.ocas to llvo and Mrs. Si.der
berjr has moved on the place they left,
now owned by a mn In Wymore.
Mrs. Jones, daughter of I. t. Wil
der expects to slat t to Michigan about
the 20th of March, 181)7 to make her
homo with her brother trank of Baitlo
Miss Ethel Brnbakor now goes t and
from her school in a.bright now buggy
drawn by ono of the finest teams in the
county. They arc owned by Mr. ChaR.
Norris, but don't tell it.
Charley and Joe Brubaker and Johu
Wflderstnrtod north for Brown Cpun
ty this state March SUi.ibey hayo leaf
ed a half section of land belonging ton
man in Des MoiueP, Iowa. They ox
pect to bo gone 11 year. '
Mr. Jakt Laoy has traded his little
farm of sixty acres for Mr. J . (. Wil
der's farm of 10 acres and helstoaiiuc
tho old Wilder buse all to pieces and
going to put up a new kitchen and re
model the house nil over and move
down as soon as Mr. Wolfs health
will permit, Mr. J. Brubaker is doing
the carpenter work for Mr. Laoy.
Fkrk to uny person suffering from
dyepepsia in any frm. A remedy that
Will cure you. Send name aud sddresi
t jrCramer. Box 10, Cvingtoa, Ohio
Ito will send it free of charge. He
ift't yoor name for hi mailing lift,
- H W.
The Clothiers and
MRS. J. C. MYERS,
Again .spring is here. The long, cold
winter with its bluster aud chill, has
passed, and has left iu its train lnuuiii
erabltt victims of chronic catarrh.
They havo taken a great many reme
dies during the winter with perhaps
temporary relief, but a fresh cold has
brought 011 the old symptoms, and,
heartsick and weary of trying, they
have concluded that tliurcc.in bona r
lief for them. This is a creat mistake
and now is the time to rectify it.
The spring time is Hie most favorable
time of the year to treat catarrh. There
is so much les.s liability tit take frpsh
cold that the treatment is un untcded.
All old cases of chronic catarrh Miould
begin immediately a course of Pe-ru-na
as directed in Dr. Hartman's hooks on
this disease. There are so many dif
ferent phases and stages of catarrh
that ono hardly knows when he has it.
A great many people think they are
suffering from something clseand havo
tried many medicines in vain, when if
they could realize r lint It iwcitfirrh and
takel'e-ru-na for it they would iniprovo
promptly and soon recover entirely.
All who desire to learn more of ca
tarrh should send for n free copy of
Dr. Hartman's latest book, which will
be sent free by The Pe-ru-na Drug
Manufacturing Company, Coliiinhns).
Af teryou getaugry and stop your pa
per just poke your finger in water, pull
it out and look for the hole. Then yoi:
will know how sadlyyon are missed. A
man who thinks apapci'cnnnot survive
without his support ought to go away
and stay a while. W hen he comes back,
half his friend) will not know ho was
gone, aru me oilier nail will no care a
cent, while the world at large kept no
accouut of his movements. You will
find thinsrs you cannot indorse in every
paper. Even tho Bible is rather plain
and hits sonio hard links. If you went
to become mad and burn your Bible the
hundreds of presses would still go on
printing it ; nm! when yon stop your
paper and call the editor names, the pa
por will still be published, and what Is
more you'll red it on the n!y. Stol-
CLOUD, NEBRASKA, MARCH 12, 1897.
Tho board of county commissioners
mot on Tuesday, March Dili, with
Charles Wlouor, V. It. Kykor and
John McCnllt'.tu present.
1. 15. Hampton mado application to
havo the following university school
lands appraised lor stile, to wit: Lot
10 iu uei swj and lot 0 in nwi sot see
tlon 7, town 1, tango 0 and sej swj and
lot 8 in swl sej section 7, town 1, rango
Tho board adjourned to moot Wed
nesday morning in order to view aud
appraise the said land in the afternoon.
Wednesday, March 10th.
The commissioners made report ou
appraisal of university land as follows :
Aftor haviiuz carefully examined land
the commissioners find that tho just
and true value of the following land lot
10 iu net swj Miction 7, town 1, rnngu u
is $3.50 per acre. Lot '.) in n w sei sec
tion 7, town 1, rango 9, is $8.50 per
acre. Southeast swj section 7, town
l.rangoO, is $5.00 per acie: hot 8 in
swi sei section 7, town 1, range 0, Is
$1.(10 tier acre.
Iu the mutter of erroneous asscssmert
outhcel ne 10-1-0, assessed for year
180(1 at $300 amount of tax being $10.04,
tho treasurer was instructed to reduce
taxes on said laud to $12.04 anil issuo a
tax receipt for that amount iu full of
tnxes for voar 1800.
Tho following resolution was offered
and Adopted: "Whereas thu salaries
of county attorney and superintendent
are by statutory enactment payable
quarterly, therefore be it resolved by
tho board of county commissioners iu
session that the clerk of this board be
and is hereby instructed to draw his
warrant on the county treasurer for the
salaries of county attorney aud super
intendent ou the first day of the month
next succeeding the quarter for which
their salaries are due."
I recant to tu' erroneous assess
ment of Marie Stcphani in theyear 1808
ou personal ptoperty in Potsdam town
ship for $314.00, paid under protest il
was ordered that assessment be reduc
ed from $214.00 to $114.00 anil the treas
urer was instructed to refund personal
tax paid uniler protest accordingly.
Iu regard to the erroneous assess
ment of J. L. Urceulec ou the Blue
Hill Leader which was assessed for tho
year 180(1 at $225,00 and as this assess
ment is hitrher than like properly, the
board was asked to reduce taxes 011 thu
property from $18.31 to $0.00 which
was granted and treasurer ordered to
take $'.1.00 iu full of aaiil taxes for said
The petition of J mi, B. Stauser aud
others for the appointment of L. J.
Locktidgn as road overseer of road dis
trict No. I) iu Garfield township was
The resignation of N. L. D. Sinitn
as justice of the peace was accepted.
Kesiguatioii of A, W. iloliugrain as
justice of the peace of (inrlield product
Resignation of Newton Smith as jus
tice of tho peace in Beaver Creek pru
cinct was accepted.
Resignation of Julius Wobbcrinun as
road overseer of Dist. 51 wis accepted.
I. W.Eugluud was appointed justice
of the peace in Walnut Civek precinct
iu the place of N. L. 1). Smith resigned.
It. Turner was appointed road over
seer in Dist. 51, Line precinct in the
place of Julius Wobborniau resigned.
W. B. ltoby made iiual report of
amount of money that he had en thu
road fund belonging to the county, as
follows: Balance on hand last repert
$44.00. Expended for hauling lumber
$5.00. Expended for hauling lumber
$39.06, Total expended $44.00.
Commissioners McCnlliim and Rykor
were appointed a committee to investi
gate the matter of a mtition of James
At wood land others asking to have a
bridge built across one branch of Lib
erty creek botween section 80 and sec
tion 1, iu town It and 4, in range II, near
the southeast corner of the hw , sec
tion 30. town II, range 0, said bridge to
bo eight feet high, twenty feet long
and sixteen feet wide, and nre author
ized to proceed aud have a bridge
built if it is a benefit to the count'.
The following official bonds were ap
proved: J. S. Parson, road overseer
road district No. 45; (J. II. Haydcn, dis
trict No. 'JO; J. G. Nelson, district No.
37; Alexander Brady, district No. 18;
Henry Schichtiiiaii, district No, 50; J.
C. Waller, district No, 30; . W.
Knight, soldier's relief commission;
John McCallum, soldiers relief com
mission. The following claims were rejected
as the same were Paid to Dr. Hall: Dr.
John Cook, medical services assisting
Dr. Hall in ('oval case, $35, and Dr.
Saunders ou same case and suuie
r. C. Buyebow represents to the
board that he is the iruardiau of the
heirs of A, Tohiti, deceased, aud that,
for the year 181)0 the assessor iu Pots
dam township assessed the personal
property of said estate in the village of
Blue Hill, and it should have been as
soused in the precinct and further rep
resents that he paid village taxes to
the amount of $8, and water bond tax
to the amount of $2.10, total $5.10,
OcWttt's Colic Cholera Curt.
buiita an 'erroneous tax aud asks the
board to refund tohiin the said amount
ns bolug erroneous assessment. The
treasurer was instructed to refund to
F. C, Buschow the sum of $5.10.
Thursday, March 11.
Thu following resolution was passed:
"Bo it resolved by tho board of county
commissioners that U. W. Francis is
liable for tho support of his sou now
in cotiuty jail as an iusano person, and
tho clerk Is hereby instructed to notify
tho said (i. W. Francis, that the board
of county commissioners will hold him
responsible for all expenses already
incurred in tho above caso and for all
future care and custody of such pa
tient. This board will hold said G. W.
Francis responsible for such care and
custody of said patient at the ruto of
one dollar per day.
The claim of Dr. K. A. Hall for med
ical services for Mrs. McKen for $82
and Dr. J. W. Moranvlllc for$ir, and
Dl.L. II. Heck fur $15, both iu the
samu case A motion to allow eacli
of the doctors $10 was lost. The board
then allowed Dr. Hall $15 and each of
tho other doctors $10,
It was ordered that the note of Yance
SorgeRou aud James Mcintosh for $175
givonforlca.se of poor .farm bo car
cejled and returned to'uiakers, the
former board having uullilicd said note
by a second contract of the same farm
for the same year.
uiaim o( Jonathan untie lor ! lor
for board of Thomas Quinu was or
dered returned for order from the jus
tice of the peaoe.
B. 8. Proud lit appeared aud naked
thf board to appraise the following
school land to wit: The no 80-2-u,
whereupon tho board udjourned to
meet iridav tnorninir at 0 a. in., in
order to glvo board timo to appraise
Midland in the afternoon.
March April May
Are tho mouths iu which wo give es
pecial attention to the condition of
your physical health. If you pass
safely .through theso mouths and find
yourself strong and vigorous, on the
arrival of warmer weather, you may
reasonably expect that you will he
well ia summer. Now is the time to
tako Hood's Sarsaparilla. because now
Is the time when tho blood must bn
purified, enriched and vitilixed. and
because Hood's Sarsaparilla is the only
true blood purifier prominently in the
public eye today. Hood's Sarsaparilla
has power to nialje yolthealthy and
guud your system against disease
Tho fertilizer of populism is ingrati
tude. It has often been wondered by
stalwart partisans, why populism
should grow. Its growth is accounted
for iu the lirst suutence of this item.
Let us cite an illustration, rather il
lustrations. Throughout the state
are republican newspapers, that have
been republican since their birth, cov
ering various periods from ten to twenty-live
years. These papers have with
out cost or price devoted their columns
year after year to the political advance
ment of repupllcau candidates, have
elected thcui to lucrative ofilccs, havo
delved into records, and the private
and public lives of their opponents for
material to pulverize the other fellow,
pave eulogized the republican candi
dates to tbo skies as medals of virtue,
dropriuty, honesty, ability ami as the
only possible limber for the office
whicu tney seeK. nave irauuecu mo
other feliow to tho verge of liability
for criminal libol;and all for what?
Why with tho very reasonable hope of
a little reciprocity to the newspapers
eccasionally. It is the plan of giving
aid aud comfort to the enemy that
makes populists. Populists thrive ou
ingratitude, curse their benofactors,
and then blackmail them into silence.
Tho old, reliable republican papers
ure turned aside with the admonition:
"Oh vnu have sot to support the party
ticket anyhow." and thus thoy aro left
to dfs along until tbo next campaign
when tho candidate uemanus ami ex
pects that the old reliable will stay by
him as usual.
Yes, ingratitude is the fertill.or of
populism. Beatrice Express.
State ok Omo, Citv iv Tomcdo )
FuankJ. Ciiknky makes oath that
ho is the senior partner of the firm of
V. J. Ciiknky & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDKEl) DOL
LAUS for each aud every cake of
catarrh that' cannot bo cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of Decem
ber. A. It. 1880.
. A . A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter
nally and acts dlrctly ou the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testlmwiilals free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c,
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
ITS PHVEkOUS POWEH.
Paine'sGelepy Gompoand Better
than Years of Doctoring.
There was never a remedy so emi
nently successful, so far above and be
yond all competition, as Painu's celery
Pallia's celery compound clients mar
Where other reinedicsiniserubly fail,
and where doctors do not succeed,
there Paine's celery compound is found
curing disease, making people well and
Here is tho case of Mrs, Haff, who
lives at 140 Summer Ave,, Newark, N.
J., und whose portrait is printed hero.
"My doctor," she said, "called my
disease liver complaint, stomach
trouble, nervous dyspepsia, and al
most every other name you could think
of. When I was iu Portland, Ore., I
had enlargement of the liver, and tho
doctor thought all the troubles came
from that severe spell of illness. That
was 12 years age, and 1 have dono
nothing but doctor over since. I have
had the best physicians examine me
uad see if they could do anything for
me. For months at a time by stomach
and liver have been so sore that I
could lie in bed only in misery, and
with such severe pain iu my back, and
so weak that I could hardly talk.
"After I had a bad night I would
send for the doctor, and he would
leave me a small box of powders and
one or two other medicines, and it
would cost me $1 every time I had one
of theso spells, I believe I have taken
more mudiciue than any living woman,
"Lust March I had acall from a lady
friend of mine, who asked me, "What
is the matter with you?" I replied by
saying, "How well youlookl" "Yes,"
she said, "1 never felt no well iu my
life." Shu is a woman of 45. "And
Notice to Tetohere.
Notice is hereby given that I will ex
amino all persons who may desire to
offer themselves as candidates for
teachers of tho public schools ,f this
county, at lied Cloud on the third Sat
urday 01 euun month.
Special examinations will be held on
the Friday proceeding the 3d Saturday
of each month.
The standing desired for 2d and 8d
grade certificate is the same no grade
below 70 per cent., average 80 per cent;
for first grade certificate no grade be
low 80 per cent., average 00 per eepl in
all branches required by law.
D. M. IIUNTBK, County Supt.
now," she said, "I want to give you :i
little advice. I have been almost at
death's door w'ith liver trouble. After
the doctor hud done all ho cotlld for
me I told him not to come again. I
showed him a bottle of Painu's celery
compound and told him I was going to
give that a fair trial. As a result I am
strong and well.
"I soul right over to the drug stoic
and got a bottle of Panic's celery eoiu
pound, anil when I had taken two but
tles thu seronuss had left my stomach
aud my hide felt much better. After I
had taken four bottles my .side was
much stronger, and I was in belter
spirits and felt as though I might live
and not be iu such misery. Working
people nowadays work thu vitality all.
out overy week, and all I ask is to be
able to earn the money I have to every
"Paine's dolcry compound has en
ublcd me to do this, aud has duue me
moid good than all the doctors pnt to
gether. "Whj', my nervous system is so en
tirely strengthened that I feel like n
uew being, aud what is mure, I look
the good the medicine iuU done mo
right In my face and eyes. Just tell all
poor women for me that for u medi
cine to build one up, give Paine's celery
compound a fair trial, and if iUlocs not
do it, thoy might us well die. I have
recommended it to several ind it his'
helped iu every case. I have a great
deal to worry mo, and a dose of the
compound gives me a quiet sleep und
then I can work. If any one wishes to
wrte mo they cae, do so." '
Why should a sick person do any
thing else but try a bottle of Paine's
School report of district No. 41 for
the mouth ending Mar. 5th, 1897.
Number in roll for the mouth 34.
Average nttondauco 24.
Number of oases of tardiuess 50.
the names of those who stood high
est in deportment wore Clara and Sarah
ade, Can Harvey, William Copley,
John Orndun. Florence Johnson, Nels
Poison, and Fay Palmer,
S. L, Kishkk, Teacher.
DcWItt' Little Early Riser,
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