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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1897)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, OCT. 2a. 1897.
Royal makes the I nod pure,
wholessme and ileHcltus.
DOTAL OAMftO PO0M CO., hEW YORK.
Kliner Ktirwii luft Morula? fr Chi
A. M. Wnltrrs of Willi Hill w:c hero
.) W.Thiuriiiiin of lun 1M1 was
L. H. Fort was looking :Itur hu.sines
n.ultor.s iu Lincoln this week.
.J. X. 11 mm was up from Supeilor
Sunday vlsltltiB with his family.
A.C. llosnter h looking after bust
ne.9 multure In Missouri this week.
Will SU-attun of lMuo Hill wiu hrro
this week on Ins wnj k Huiubolt, this
Hero's to your gor.il licartk 1 U(s
"ICcoutaiy Roneswt Conlial." C. L.
l') Sai.v: A !OM(l KniiWn piano. A
aod rmtriiMiunj. for salo cheap. F.n
quiro at till- oflii'n.
W. II. Hoby was iu Lincoln tliis wook
utteiitlinn the fortieth session of the
grand lodge I. O. (). lr.
Mrs. M S. Marsh of lionrick, Iowa,
urrived in tliu city Wednesday on a
visit to old frionds licco.
V. A. Mulntosh of Kansas City, who
has l)oon visiting with .1. K. Van Horn
and wifu lias returned homo.
.Ihmos Foterson has received a law
cousipnmont of buRK'ies. There are
soii ond bargains among them.
. A'. Uriin Inn rmniivcil his ilrmj
stare to the r"in in the Moon Hock for'
vierty used w Uryan lliuduurtcrn.
A foro of men In tho telegraph sr
vico are hero puWiHgin tfio telegraph
connections in tho oillco of the new H.
& M. depot.
For a good shave, hair cut or other
-' tonnorial work call on (). M. Crstlib,
successor to Geo. Fentress, south of tho
Tho Nation la an angel but the
renter portion ef Red Cloud's business
mon in speaking of him do not nso
audi choioo words.
V. 11 Kobv has been named as a
member of tho committee on charters
at tho meeting of tho grand lodge I.
O. O. F. at Lincoln this week.
A fow items of corrosroudeneo from
(tarUald wore saut to this oillco this
week butiu tho writer's name was not
attached thoy woro not printed on Uiis
Tho new 11. & M. depot being about
Hnished tho foreo of carponters and
paiiters will oon leave. These boys
during thuir stay huru havu iltown
themselvus tt bo a lino set of mon.
Th Nation sots most everybody
down as being a boodlor or a thief who
does not think and act as lie does. He
is an angal, but tko wings generally
. Ii Urwe, Miton hlock.
See I'eturaon before you buy a wagon.
Tnv Ctiwr is prepaid to d yom
T, A. Wilburn is out aflniu at(r a
I.oru1. Andrews of (.5uid Uock was
Go to C. M. Cat me j the old reliable
family Waktry at the old stand.
Compute wagons that 1 sold last fall
to otheii and judge for yeurseli wheru
bto buy. jAS.rKTKIlSON.
Cap. HiHckln has been struck by
prosperity ami a3 a result has pur
chased a brut now buggy
A new idwalk has been placed iu
front of F. V. Taylor's store and alw
in fiont of the Morliart storeroom
The Uiiou Fire Insurance Company
is tho bust mitual Combine iik. in
inslaliiu 3 per ccut.,I. H, Smrii,
When lift if. rthiirl why make any ex
periments, ftiry u Newton wapou at
Peterson's ,iuil your wife will Miiilo on
you whea jruti come home.
Tho Iuarale Union Y. I S. C. K. of
lnavale will give a free social at tho
vusideiico ol Mr. and Mis. Irons on
Friday evening, October 'Jittli.
Mrs. V. Van Horn who has been liv
ing with her son J. It Van Horn left
tho lir.it of tho week for Superior
where she will spoud the winter
S rri rA oicnivr rnnKz . .
That your Money gets the Miost at
FREYMHRK St CO
(Sucoessors to C. Wiener.)
The Great Bargain Center of Red Cloud.
The Most Talked About Store in Red Clomd.
We offer the greatest Bargains. Bargains that ring with true merit and menev
saving opportunities, with every $1.00 purchase we give you a number on
a Johnson & Fuller road wagon.
Guarantee Our Prices the Lowest or Money Refunded.
Everybody is invited to call and make our store your stopping place while in
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creiltteit as ueing inpinicu i uic.-u
houveiry creatures are lucking.
II. E. Wrlee, has moved his jlnig
stock to tlin room formerly occupied
as a Hryan headquarters, where ho will
tin glad to greet his patrons and old
friends. He will remain here until
Deeombwr 1st, whllo his new storo
itooin is being built.
One can tlnd more stupendous lies
in an issue of the Nattou than can be
found in all the rest of tho papers In
tfcc state. At tho samo ratio of space
which it takes that paper to reply to
several small items regarding him and
the other "strictly pure" candidates on
the populist tICKOi, 10 oo louumu iuo
CiitKk' each week, it would take one
full six column quarto paper without
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
Clias. Kent and family, formerly
old reside a tt of this county, have ar
rived hoi'H from OKlahoma, and will
make their ktmc here tliis winter.
l'erfuotljr harmless, but very power
fnl is "Kooaomy Honesot Cordial," a
remedy par-excellence for all fornii of
indigestion. For sale by C. L. Cutting.
"Haanah the buggy is busted."
' Well wkat of it. Uring out the New
ton wagoi. It always did look bettor
thaw tliu dd bugpy " For sal y lNit
eison. W. F Conner, southwestern passen
ger agnt of the Wabash railroad witli
licadquurivix at Uallss, ictus, was
here thi.t week lu guest of his sister
Mrs. L 14. Rust.
I don't think much of this McKinlcy
prosperity," and the farmer's wife, as
a hang eame np from the cellar,
"thing are ton plagued industrious,
oyoh tfce canned frait is working."
Burl in game Clironiclo.
F. HuN of Lamar, Missouri, Is a late
arrival to tho city and has accepted a
posithm with our new barber Mr. O.
M. OrakW who lately purchased tho
shop of We. Fentress. The shop will
bo supplied with an additional chair.
F. A. Corbin, assistant agent at this
station of tko 11. & M., has been pro
moted to a position at Red Cloud witli
increase of salary. Mr, Corbin's many
Heaver City friends will watch his
futuro progress with pleasure. Hoavor
Closinh Out Sale Commencing
Septembor 1st, 1807, I will oiler my en
tiro stock of Boots and Shobb at ac
tual cost. I moan just what I say, as
1 urn going out of tho Hoot and Shoe
business. Dry (loods and groceries at
lowest prices. Call at.il sou mu.-h,
U. C. Hest, who was supervisor tlurj
ing the time of township organization
when we had suvonteou members, was
in tho city Tuesday. Mr. Boat is a
populiM, but is honest in his statemont
and Hindu the remark that Charley
Kokiuson had kept the books and per
foimed kis duties in the treasurer's
olllce m as good shapo as any onn who
eva- was there or could be put there.
The populfst candidates, or those
most interested, have started the story
chat Charley Kobinson, candidate on
the repahlieau ticket is a relative of J
S. Whiku, and wish to make the im
pression that a Miecossion of relatives
are to lie kept iu tliu treasurer's oillco.
Tho tale like sovonteen hundred others
told by this "strictly pure" crowd is a
canard pine anil simple.
List of letters remaiuig uucallrd for
at the poitotliccat ltcd Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending Oct. ii'id,
Geo. Vanhook, Chas. A. Itoichardt.
These letters will bo sent to the dead
letter ofllcu Nov. 5th, if not called for
bofore. When callinc for nbove please
say advertised. F. V. Cowukn, l M.
What possible excuse is there for any
"free silver republican" voting tho
fusion county ticket this fall? Tho
freo silver issue is not involved in
county politics this year and ovoiy
voter who is any kind of a republican
whatever will vote tho republican
ticket. The man who calls himself a
"freo silver republican" this year and
supports tho anythlng-to-beat-tho-re-
iblican ticket is masquerading for
MOKE OK liKiJti rKHSJONAU
F. 11 Daucliy of Lincoln uus in tlm
citj this week
1). F. MeFarland f Holyoke is hero
greet mg old friends.
U.S. Hatsh arrived iu the city front
hi. homo in Iowa today.
The kust buggiea for tlm mtney orm
brought to town at Peterson's.
A man who buys a Newton wagon
spends his money well. Sou thain at
Now that you are looking after
wagom see the Newton and otlmr
makes at Poturson's.
You won't find vie on the noriier. You
witl find me in the Moon blvrh until
Dec. Jkt.ll. ;. Urirr.
ttii times of prosperity yon can al
ways count on the street fukir and we
had him witli as this week.
"Etoiuwiiy Honeset Cordial" made by
the famous old Harmony soclflty,
greatest of all appetizer. For salo by
C. Ii. Cott'wg.
Win. DoHart and wife who have
been visiting with Levi Dellart and
wifo left Tnesday morning for Arthur,
Wanted: A good girl at Buu Ton
Bakery for kitchen work. No waskiug
or ironing. Good wages to tho right
TYo have the larg
estllne over show
iu tko market. If
joa are in need of
a ne iv
call aad exaaiiuu
C. L. Cotting,
I Nebraska Mercantile Co
girl. W. S. Bknsk, Prop
Pap liarkley nerer did think much
of water and he don't think as much of
It as he did sinco it lllled up the cellar
lie was digging for tho new ouiluirg.
It is not nocessary to mnto to our
Webster county roodora Hint wo have
had a rain hut for the benefit of our
eastern leaders wo will say that it still
rains in Nebraska, !) inchoi being tho
amount of our recent downpour.
A fakir on tho street on Monday ai
teruonn did up quite a number of tho
boys for their loose change. Quito a
number of tin viet'uis woro those who
should havo known bettor than to buck
a man at his own game. The boys aro
carrying around as souvenirs some
Colorado No. 2 pens which cost them
a dollar a box containing three pens.
While the powers that be in tho
street li.xiug lino areindulgiiigin fancy
grades and large box culverts on resi
dence streets, it might not be n bad
idea to do a little fixing up of tliu mud
hole in tkonlloy between .JukuNiisteln's
cigar store and Polnicky's liquor house.
Someone without much thought lor
pedentrians .Itimptd oil' a load of loose
dirt on the crosswalk at that place and
now the mud hole is worse than over.
It is with a Brunt dual f pleasure we
anaouuee taw marriage of Dr. .I.W.
Moranvillo t Miss Jmephine Hnth
rck, which happy event was soleuia
Ized n Hoatrlcti on Wcdncsbay after
noon last. Tho nawly married touple
came through this city on the ovuning
train at 8:S0 p. m., on their way to the
Yoscinito valloy, California, and ex
pect to ruuaiu oil tho trip from two to
three weeks. Tku announcement waa
a genuiue surprise to most of the
friends of tho oonUaoting parties. Tho
bride, Miss Kothrock Is the daughter
of J. S. Rothrock f lnavale, and tired
here during hor early chldkaod and
later with relatires at Koynoldn, this
state She has also resided a gruattr
part of tliu time for the past tw or
three years iu this city whore slio is
well and favorably known and kau
made many frionds. The gioom, Mr.
J. W. Morniivillo, is an old resident f
tliisuounty, where liy striot atteativn
to business he has seemed for kimsulf
a splendid business, aid ia olassud as
oao of our most nblo and successful
practitioners. Tiik Caitr along with
a liost of friends exteads congratula
tions and best wishes.
Modern Treatment of
A Pure Orape Cream ol Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
political effect and has no right to tho
name republican no matter what sort
of a prolix la attached to It. Beaver
Win. V. Price of Lincoln held forth
in a populist meeting at tho opera
houso Tuesday evening. Thonudienco
composed of men, women and children
occupied f0 chairs. In the morning j
the gentleman asked the question.
h:it was the uiatur with the town
init ih'i.ji'. lnl imt tiki' more lutirt st
umI lull) nil!" He might luiM' In i n
it ciiiinn idatcd by mi muwor to Hie
rlt.it that In- was talking foi tho
wrong side and alio that people have
become tired of listening to any "old
kind" of politician.
The latest work on the
treatment of diseases, written
by forty eminent American
physicians, saysj "Cod-liver
oil has done more for the con
sumptive than all other reme
dies put together." It also
says t The hypophosphites
of lime and soda are regarded
by many English observers as
specifics for consumption."
contains the best od-liver oil
in a partially digested form,
combined with the Hypophos
phites of Lime and Soda. This $
remedy, a standard for a j
quarter ot a century, is in
exact accord with the latest tv
views of the mcdicalprofession.
Be sure you get SCOTT'S t
All druRgiili t iocandSi.oo. tl
fl SCOTT It I10WNE, Chtmliti, Ntw York.
Suiidiiv was n very (pilot day iu Uwn
owing to tliu rain.
Henry Kenuey wont oa a ?islt to
KaiiMis this week.
Tho familiar face of A. D. Gilbert is
Mjen on our street ngaiit.
Our Postmaster Putinan had busi
ness in Hastings thlb wook.
Wo aro all rejoicing over the rain of
last Saturday nud Sunday.
Miss Mary Lattu came homo sick
from Franklin on Wednesday.
Messrs. Colburn and Sprachor ship
ped a cur load of fat hogs on Monday.
Rev. Doakiu nttotided tho Republi
can Viilloy Association ut Franklin
Noah Cradord and family, former
rosidonts, aro visiting hero with tholr
Our furmors havo a lurgo iicreago of
wheat in this fall and tho prospects
for another good crop was never bet
tor. Miss KoIIork of Rod Cloud has boon
appointed to succeed Miss McCall us
toachor in tho uppor room of our
Tho Sunday school convention hold
bore last wook was u decided succoss.
Tho whole county was represented and
tho interest iu tho Sunday school
work was shown to bo steadily grow
ing Thursday night tho populist cuiidl
dat' sou the county ticket addressed
n incMtiiK at the school house The
i In - were t'lmnu-lerled by lu'i-t
i 'i phiM modem! Ion. I Ii- a . a h
...n immune, lor sheriir w.i-. milli
on li lice Hud received an invitti.n to
peak but politely (luclincu us ne wiib
not on that trail.
Successors lo ('. A. DUCKKR &
Satarday, Oet. 234
Mr. Marry Fisher, representing Landsman, Mciscli-
hcimcr i?k Co., Cloak Makers, Cleveland,
Ohio, will display his line of
Sample - Garments
in our clak department.
We will also have several other lines
f New Jackets and Capes on
sale for this day only.
Tkis in addition bo our large line of new garments 1
in stock will be an opportunity to those de- jj
siring t purckase a new Jacket or Cape that
we believe will be thoroughly appreciated. jj
We invite you to cme anl see the largest display
of CLOAKS ever shown in Red Cloud.
VVc also wish to mention that wc will place
on sale at especially low prices.
Nebraska fVlereantile Go.
eity Dfav and Express Line.
ROSS & RIFE. PROS,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest.
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
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