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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1897)
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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JULY a, 1897.
A ROUND TOWN.
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MO UK OH
Celebrated for Its great lcavenlistitrsngth nd
benlthfulneM, AsmtrcB llic food Rgdliut ulum
ttnt rI forms of adulteration rotnmoe to the
cheap brandi. HOYAI- IIAKINO. rOWDKK
CO., NKW t)HK.
Uoo. McCall camo t from Guide
Rook Monday nJpht.
P.ibst lieer on tap nt the Uohenilnn
saluon. Alwhys fresh.
Lamvcr at cost tit Cowles, Neb.
Closing out. A. L. Hildrclh, Manager.
Mlou Jessie Cathor ti(tor au extended
visit iu Coloratto i darned homo Thurs
Hilly litirnctt of MoCook was visiting
K. B. Smith ami family tho Hi-st of Uio
Andrew SodcuTtii was in Mio city
Monday ami Rave us ti dollar on sub
scription. Tlui Kaloy Shoo Go., have moved
their goods ono door south of their for
Alfred Hadoll was in Hastings Tues
day in uttondanco nt tho McKeighan
Attorney Chnllin willqrutont Camp
hull oh Saturday. Arrangements have
been made for a brj celebration.
Mrs. Altw Uontley, dntight c Fanuio
ami hoii Fred U Linooln arrived in the-
city Saturday on a visit to old friends.
Married at Frnnklia, Nebraska, Jane
30th, by llev. H. I). Piatt, Mr. G. B.
Cooin of Hayes county and Miss Auna
L. Html ot Frank I'm).
1-mmbor Yard for sale cheap for cash
or wiM trade far good farm lands in
Webster county. A. L. Hn.kktii,
Manager, Co wins, Nebiuska.
Uov. Hummel baptized twenty-one
icrsi9 in tho Little Blue near Blue
Hill Sunday. One of tho number was
an old lady over seventy years old.
Mrs. Frank Parker after a month or
so visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
T. C. Hacker, departed on Tuesday
night for her home in San Francisco.
Fred Fctcrsou living in tho south
part ot town was the possessor of as
tino a mule colt as there, was in the
county up U last week when some
misorotiBt hit tho animal with a club
breaking tho back bouo and it had to
be killed to end its sufferings. It was
a despicable piece of work and Mr.
Peterson has well grounded suspicions
of tho party who did the deed.
A scve lino Wein appeared in Upa,
Cihhk last weok which turned tho hair
of tho Nation editor the wrong way
and it took just forty-nino lines for
Jack to make rcqdy in, or 7 to 1. If wo
used tho same rate of progression in
our reply it would take several col
ninns and next week it would take tho
whale' Nation. Our poncM has worn
Tho idea that it ucver rains irt Neb
raska has certainly boon dlspolled
from the minds of tho people by tho
unpteoedented rains of tho pest fow
days. Uain eominonced to fall on Sat
urday morniug nboat two o'clock and
before letting up the ground was thor
oughly wet. Ktiln again Koiumoiiecd
fulling about ten o'clock and for an
hour and live mluutes camo down in
torrent". Tho streets wore soou sub
merged knee deep and over and side
walks were washed away and floated
off. Many collars all ovor town wore
fHled to overflowing and considerable
damago of a minor nature was caused.
Tho street car tracks wero washed out
in several plates and business ovor the
lino was suspended for some time.
Copious rains also occurred on Satur
day Might, Sunday night, Monday
night and Tuesday night.
Hlchest Honors World's Fair,
. Odd Medal, Mldwintac Fair.
A fare Qfasc Crsaai ef Tartar Pavfcr.
40 YEARS THE STAND ARD.
Titv Ciuuf is piopared to do yoiii
John Touilluson of Hustings was lain
Pnbst Beer on tap at the Bohemian
Saloon. Always fresh.
Mr.4. B. Klfo loft the first of tho week
on a visit to Lineobn.
J. A. Bantu was up from Superior
the tirst of Uio weak.
Pabst beer ot tap nt Bohemian
saloon. 5 cents a glass.
Beer at wholcsalo at $3.50 per.keg at
tho Sonth Side Sample Room.
Just received a oar load of SUtdeba
kor buggies and wagons at Petersons.
. A good substaittul sMo walk Is being
placed on cast side of court house
Alvin Pope roburucd Saturday from
Lincolu where ho has bcou for some
A oncer,t company representing the
Egyptian Remedy u., bu.s located in
ottreity for a kimo.
A ouo-lcflKod ,111U1 eiHortnlued the
people of the cty by singing on Hie
street Uio last of Uio week.
Hoaschold goods and firm Hire lor
sale. Inquire at residence of O. .
Boll, first door north o county jail.
When you want a woo smooth skive
or hair ot, givo Geo. Feutreo a call.
Ono door south of tho IieuTo Bakery.
On next Sunday evening tho cheirof
tho Christian church wll fsivo au
anthem eonoort at 8 p.m. All are wel
come. Tho Union Fire Iasuraaee Oompauy
is the best mutual. Combine risks; in
installments S per twit. J. M. Sitiar,
Postoilico houas for Saturday, July
ikd, Cclebaation Day, from 8 a.ia. to
12 m., and from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. V. W.
Cowukn, Pi M.
CharJoy ttarber of MtCook arrived
iu the city Tuesday morning and will
visit Ih this vicinity and dawn iu Kun
sos for a eotiplo of wcekc.
I.ieutenant-Governor JnMies B.
Harris was herefrom Liaeoln on Wed
nesday to lecture on educational mat
ters before tho count1 institute
Kd. Iteed formwly of Cowlos, nw a
prominent dentist of Chicago was here
Tuesday visiting old friends, lie is a
son-in-law of Geo. Francis of CmwIcs.
Married in thiseity on Monday, Juno
36th, Judge Duffy officiating, Mr.
Andrew Soderlrn and Miss Isaboll
Johasnn both of this county. The
CfltKK extends congratulations.
J. H. Smith writos combined insur
ance for a term of five years at 3 per
oent. On schools houses, churches and
farm property on tho inst-allmout plan.
Drop him a oard at Red Cloud, Nob.
Out of about four hundred boys who
had their girls out baggy riding last
Sunday only ono was noticed particu
larly as ho passed up and down tho
sireot. Ho had one of thoso Stttdo
baker buggies that terson sells.
During the rain storm Saturday una
of tho cHpolas on tho round Iiohso was
struck by lightning but there was no
material damage done. Lightning
aJso struck the south ward school went
down tho chimney and burned a hole
in the floor.
Commencing witfi the issue of July
2d, this paper wHl charge nil socities,
churches and organizations five cents
per line for tirst insertion and two and
a half conts each subsequent insertion
for any notice relative to an entertain
ment whoio an admission fee is charged
or for any entertnlument where a
charge is aiado for tho purpose of
raising money. This i-ttlo wHl be
striutly adhered to and must be recog-
The following portion of n long
screed in tho Nation in recant to tho
county institute will bo won received
by tho teachers and tletr friends iu
geiiornl throug4K)iit this county. It
intimates that ouch and every ono of
our teachers aro grossly ignoraut.
Here is what our talented critie has to
say; "As a whole oar teachers pre
sent tho common blank expression of
ignorance which is only intensified by
mo occasional glimpse of a bright up-to-dato
It gives us much pleasure this week
to chronicle a happy avont that of Uio
marriage of Lewis B. Groonleo and
Miss Anna Nau which auspicious oc
casion took place at the Holland House
iu this city on Wednesday evening,
Rev. Hummel officiating. Both Miss
Nau and Mr. Greenlee are residents of
our sister city. Blue Hill where they
are well and favorably known. Miss
Nau is tha daughter of Andrew Nau
and sister of J. E. Nau who was for
merly editor of the Biue'HIll Loader.!
She has for some time past been ono of
the popular teaohors of Webster
county. Mr. Greenloo is a woll kn wn
businessman of Bltio Hill where ho is
known as tut upright young man with
hosts of friends. Tiik Ciiikk along
witli their many friends over the
county extend congratulations.
Dcpaty Sheriff Ileiglo was in
Go to (J. A. Hnrrls, Cowles, Nob,, for
hats and caps id cost.
Pabit Beer on tap at tho Bohemian
saloen. Always fresh.
Janes Mitchell left Wednesday on a
visit to th Cruto Chautauqua.
Beer at wholesale nt (3.50 per keg at
tho South Ship Sample Room.
Buckeye binders and mowers, the
bt"t on earth for sale by Jas. Peterson.
Mis.' Jas. McNouy and (laughter
Lenoro loft Tuesday morning for Chi
cago. Boor sold at the South Side Samplo
Room in quantity from anc keg to one
Rev. HttSHong loft Tuesday morning
to spend a few days at tho chautnuqtin
The Oraugo Jtidd Farmer ami the
American Agriculturalist AlRiauno to
jetiior wkh The Ctar.i' for M.H5.
0. L. Cotttng, solo agent, will refund
your money If not sutlstied utter using
ono bcittio of Dr. Fo liners famous medi
cine. Why try to harvest your wop of
small grain witli an old binder when
Jas. Peterson sells now ones as cheap
as ho docs now.
H, A. Keagio nnd wife livingsouth of
tho rlvor took tho opportunity of tiro
low rates to tho Christian Endeavor
oonvcation and went to California.
Mrs. B. J. Rausutiio, nieae of H. O.
Cuthir who has been visiting hero far
some time past returned to her home
nt JnncMville, Wisconsin, Wednesday.
Dougkis Gather camo in Thursday
morning from Sterling, Colorado,
where ho has been working for tho B.
& M. for several mouths pust. He will
visit hero until after the Fouttli.
The American Ag4-JeulUtrist Almanaa
n Wook whiali treats on bundled of
subjects, The rango Juild Farmer,
one of tho best farm papers published
and The Cihuit all one yonr for $1.85.
Tho north well used to supply wnter
for tho city water works raved in tills
week. The well was boarded up with
planks nnd those had become so rotten
that they oottld no longer stand the
pressure. A now well will must Kkely
be buiR and" walled un with brick or
other suitable material.
1.1st of letters remaining uncalled far
at tho postofllce at Red Clotid, Neb
raska, for the-weok ending July 1st,
Ernest AcMlles, Cams & Whitney,
Mrs. Lucy Maun.
Those letters will bo sent to tho dead
letter office July 10th, if not called (or
before. Fkank W. Cowukn, P. M.
Quite a number of people wore at
tracted to the depot Wednesday oven
fog to see tho special trains bearing tho
tourists to tho Christian Endeavor con
vention at San Francisoo. Tho first
traiu was from Indiana aad tho outfit
was a tough looking lot. Tho train
from St. Louis was all right. About
twenty sections of No,. 3 passed ovor
the main kino.
A grout deal of complaint Is coming
in in regard to tho almost impassable
condition of tho road leading south to
the river. -Tho CniEK called attention
to this matter quite a while ago but
ovidontly there was no nttontion paid
to our warnings. Since tho rains of
tho past sovoral days Uio road has been
in a horrible condition und Undoubted
ly diverted trade fro.n thisoity. Much
of tiio trado of tho oily comes from tno
south and although Uio present condi
tion cannot be helped now tho road
should bo put in such shape ns soon as
possible that it will not get this way
is starved blood. It shows itself
in pale cheeks, white lips, weak
digestion; no appetite, exhaus
tion, lack of nerve force, soft
muscles, and, chief of all, weak
muscles. Your doctor calls it
Anaemia. He will tell you that
the weakening weather of sum
mer often brings it on.
of Cod-liver Oil with Hypo
phosphites, will make poor blood
rich. It is a food for over-taxed
and weak digestion, so prepared
that it can easily be taken in
summer when Cod-liver Oil or
even ordinary foods might repeL
SCOTT tc HOWKB, New York
Let us try
One of Coding's re
(rtMliiag drinks for
this hot weather.
P H OSl'HATES
will cool you o(T and make
life worth llvng. Ice cream
soda isn't so bad.
C L. Cotting,
Late Saturday night Sheriff Rimehoy
returned home from a trip to Broken
Bow, having in his custody "Old Jack
Riddle" alius .lames June, ouu of Hie
robbers who escaped at the river
bridgo on the morning at Stinihiy, tv
17th, tho particulars of whieh escape
wero told in tho columas of Tih Ciiir.K
at the time SlierlaT RiiHCHoy skico
thattimo has been alert and left no
stono unUirned that would load ton
duo of tho whereabouts and the cap
ture of tho fugitives. On Wednesday
of last week ho received a letter froia
T. A. Leasiire, skeriir of Custer county
stating that a man boaring a good ro
semblance to the description and pho
tograph of ono of the men had been
scom in that vicinity. The sheriff took
tno first brain out for that porut. On
arriving it was learned that tho man
wanted was supposed to lie in hiding
at tho homo of a tx-othor-iu-law up
among the sand trills and eaiiyous,
about twenty-threo miles from Broken
Bow. Acoonipaiiiod by Sheriff Leas
tiro and several other parties who vol
unteered their services, Sheriff Run
obey started for the fugitive's hiding
plaeo. It wa indeed a unique place
to take rufuge in as tho hotiu could
only bo readied by traveling through
deep canyons running out in all di
rections. A means of cscapo had bean
provided the fugitivo by his brother-
in-law in tho shape of a house saddled
and bridled which ho stated to the
searchers his boy was going to rido to
soino other place in tho county. Tho
horse was immediately unsaddled and
taken back to tho barn but was again
turned looso by sonio osoou the premi
ses but is was again take up by tho
sheriff and his men. A careful search
was then mado and tho fugitivo was-
found in tho barn aud concluded to
give up without resistance. Deputy
Sborkf Reigle received a telegram that
the man bud boon capturod nnd to
come to Hastings with a team which
ho did Friday night, being accompanied
by Randolph MeNitt. The preliminary
of tho man was hold boforo Judgo
Duffy on Monday nnd he was bound
ovor to distriot court in default of a
rAs I have about dosed a
deal to soil my entire stock, I
rcspcetfully ask all indebted
to mo to conio in and settle
their accounts as I will leave
hero ob July 15th. All ac
counts not paid will bo handed to a
collecting agency. All those that havo
claims ajaainst mo will please bring in
their bills for settlement. Thanks to
all for liberal patronago.
John Griffin, of Zaaesv-illo, O., bays:
"I never lived u day for thirty years
without suffering agony, until n box of
Do Witt's Wit oh Hazel Salvo cured my
piles." For piles and rectal troubles
cuts, bruises, sprains, eczema and nil
skin troubles Do Witt's Witeh IIrkoI
Salvo is unequalled. O. L. (Sotting.
"I cravo but Ono Minute," said tho
public speaker ia a husky Yoiett; and
then he took a dose of One Mlnuto
Cough Curo, and proceeded witli his
oratory. One Mlnuto Cough Cure is
unequalled for throat and lung
troubles. C. L. Cottiug.
During the month of Juno I will soil
everything at reduced prices. Any ar
ticles nt cost, and some oven below
cost. Come la and see that I mean
what I say. O. A. IIarbis, Cowles,
Don't uauseato your stomach with
teas and bittor herbs, but regulato
your liver and sick headache by using
those famous llttlo pills known as De
Witt's Llttlo Early Risers. C, L. Cot-
Wo sell beer at wholesale and you
can get any quantity from ono keg up,
at tho South Sido 8auiplo Room. John
Or. Price'! Ctmm Baking PewOer
4 Para lif Craess f Tartar Pewter,
8oo - PAIRS
Closing out at
j-W ?"." rvB
Commeneing June 28
and continuing up to
will h your opportunity to purohase .
Millinery Goods !
For the dates above we will place our. en
tire stock in the millinery
All sizes, kinds and prices.
They are Being Sold at Cost.
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