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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1897)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, NOV. o. 1897.
Koyal makts the lood pure,
wholesome anil delicious.
ROTH 6"INQ PO0tR CO., tl Y0.
Mr. Hnlmi-i nf U'vcrtou wis bote
A .1 ll:iy-s of Guide Uool: w.t up
We want to do your job printing ami
will do It light.
Andrew Horn o( Hastings' was here
thU'wcek'greoting old friends.
I) ,1. MytiiN expoet-i to tart Saturday
morning on a trip to Cincinnati, Ohio.
That little saying about the pebble
might apply in the cao of l'rof . Wil
son. Here's to votir good health I U( s
"Kconomy Hotiosot Cordial." C. U
John Wilhclnison, wife and children
are in the city visiting relatives and
The election is over and now is the
time to advertise and tho ClltKK is the
paper to do it in.
Koit Sai.k A good Knabo piano. j
good instrument for sale cheap. Kn
cpiiro at this olllco.
Kcl. McCrlllN gnvr n cash this week
to send the paper to Frank McCrallis
South Wayne, Wisconsin.
James I'olursou has received a largo
consignment of buggies. Thore are
,ome good bargains among them.
For a good shave, hair cut or other
tonsorial work call on O. M. Crabb,
mecesiorto (Jpo Fontnwg, south of the
From tin; nimeroiH 'wagons which
are seen on our streets loaded with
lumber it is in evidenco that considor
ablo building is being dnno. ""iW
Levi De Hart ami family havo re
cently return r from Illinois whoro
thoy have been making their homo for
several years past and will again ro
side in this county.
Koep It in the hause, whenever you
get "bVoe" or feel "shaky" or Indis
posed, one small doie of "Economy
Honosot Cordial" sets you right. For
sale by 0. L. Cutting.
M. S. Marsh anil wife who havo been
visiting friends hero loft Tuesday
morning for their home in Iowa. Mr.
Marsh will most likely return to this
citv in a iionth or su and reside here
in the future
The genealogy of tho Hurgcss' family
did not count for much when it came
to gutting votes. Peoplo do not havo
to go back thrco bundrod years to
make themselves honest. It is what
wo do ;hat gives us an honest Name,
not what our ancestor.' havo dnno.
The late election has demonstrated
the fact that the democrat and freo
silver republican fusionits were
soundly pankod in this county by tho
populist. They elected tho populist
orUors but they didn't do a thing to
democrat Burgee and free silver to.
pnblicau Wilson. Hut then it sorved
An eutrance was made to the drug
store of 11. K. Urice sometime lastSun
day morning by unknown cracksmen
and a good job of safe blowing was
ilonii. The door of the safo was badly
demolished anil the contents some $53
wore taken Tho tools with which
thoy did tho job wero stolon from a
S local blacksmith shop. Nothing else
of valuo was taken and tho job was to
executed that tho glass prescription
caso which stood a few foot away was
not injured in the least.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Oold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
See Peterson beforoyou buy a wagon.
ltar.dolph MeNItt was in Hastings
'Pi ik Ciiikk is prepared to do youi
Mrs. C. I). Hoblnson ha hern quite
sick this week.
Mis, Blanche Shorer is home after a
visit with hersisterlu Hebron.
We are indebted to tho Argus this
week for the use of their election
11. I'. Hiitchusou has resigned as
nighlwatchmau, and J. (5. Sapp Is lin
ing that position.
A line republican baby boy arrived
at llio home of Irvine Ciiininings on
A team belonging to I.. Hakius ran
away finm in front oi tuc .Mturasua
Mercantile on Monday.
Compute wagons that I sold last fall
tootlurs and judge fur yoiir-elt whole
lo buy. J as. I'Krmtsov.
Mis.deorpe Matklns returned Mon
day night from Hcatncc where she has
been for soinu time past.
A. J. Spry and his sister Mrs. Nora
Young left this Friday morning on a
visit with relatives at Kiohland.Ccntcr,
The Union Fire Insurance Company
is tho best mutual. Combine risks; in
Installments 3 per cent. J. II. Smith,
When life Is short why make any'ex
perintonts. Huy a Newton wapon at
Peterson's and your wife will smile on
you when you come home.
We think that within a short time
our prophecy in regard to Wilson will
bofullilled nud we can state that he
has'departed for pastures new.
"Hannah the buggy is busted."
'Well what of It. Bring out the New
ton wagon. It always did look better
than the old buggy.", For sale by Put
orsou. ,lt must mako those persons, who
voted and worked for Wilson, feel nice
to know that the wandering school
teacher is already packing up prepara
tory to leavitgtown.
The Sons of Veterans baud serenad
ed the successful candidates on the re
publican ticket on Wednesday night
ami thoy wero also favored by songs by
tho McKinley quartwt.
If the Chief is nt up to its usual
standard this week our readers will
please lay it to tho general lack of nows
during election weak. Wo hope our
correspondents will all wake up next
week and send us la the lews.
Geo. Hutchison kas sold his interest
in the barber shop of Hutchison fe
Hiatt to Anthony Green. George has
also purchased an interest in Jos.
Fogcl'a harness shop wuoro ho can now
bo found pulling tho waxed onds and
chewing harness wax.
Don't use bill heads or statements in
which you have to write your awn
ntitne. Get them printed in an up-to-
ilato style. There is nothing which
will make your customers think you
are of tho disposition to be penurious
so much as this. If yoH aro stingy in
ono way what reason is there to bo
liovo that yon wont bo In other ways.
(Sot your printing done right at the
Thute is more progress in the world
than wo reali.e, until wo sit down awl
think the inajtor over. A grocer who
was going out of business a whllo ago
worked off on us about twenty boxes of
old fashioned matches for a ulckle.
They were the matches with white tips
which were the standard only a few
j ears ago, and it seems like going back
to tho middle ages to useihem. About
half of them aro no good to begin with;
and when you Hud ono that will burn,
it takes so long to reach a .steady
llame that your reason totters on Its
throne; and tho smoll that tho match
creates reminds ram of the Orthodox
Idea of the place whore wicked people
go when thoy die. To tho smoker who
lights his pipe ten thousand t linos a
day, such matches are a punishment,
and 'ho thanks his stars and other
planets that civilization is moving on.
Don't bolt your food, it irritates
your stomach. Chooso digestible food
and chew it. Indigestion is a danger
ous sickness. Proper care prevents it.
Shaker Digestive Cordial cures it.
That is the long and short, of indiges
tion Now, tho question Is: Havo you
got indigestion J Yes, if you havo pain
or discomfort after eating, headache,
dizziness, uausea, ofTi nslvo breath,
heartburn, languor, weakness, fever,
jaundice, llatiileuce, loss of appetite,
irritability, constipation, etc. Yes, you
have indigestion. To euro it take
Shaker Digestive Cordial. Tho J
medicinal herbs and plants of which
Shaker Digestive Cordial 1h composed,
holp to digest the food inyourstoniach;
help to stieugthen your stomach.
When your stomach is strong, care
will keep it so, Shaker Dlgestivo Cor
dial is for sale by drugghts, prico 10
cents to 11.00 per bottle.
MOIIK OK IiKSS I'KUSONAL.
WANrr.n. A good fresh cow. (li:o.
Kditor Warren of the Argus was in
Lincoln this week.
Med I.avalleo of Kivcrton was bote
Sun. I ay and Monday.
The best buggies for the money ever
brought to town at Peterson's
li, H. Must and wife are vUititi, in
Heaver City having gone to that place
Morris Stern will leave next Sunday
for a visit In Philadelphia, Peuu
A man who buys a Newton wagon
spends his money well. See them at
Now that von are looking after
wagons .sec the Newton and olhei
makes at Peterson's.
A. II. Alexander of Htimauslllo
MissoutI, is heio and will again make
this county his home.
J. Fred Peterson and wife left Wed
nesday on a visit to to their daughter
at Missoula, Montana.
F.rnost Welsch has again got a forcw
of carpenters engaged in the erection
of a new lestatirant building.
The parties who are selling groceries
to the fannoijt in the county made
another car load delivery at the depot
"Kconomy Honosot Cordial" made by
tho famous old Harmony society,
greatest of all appetizers. For sale by
C. L. Cotting.
Wantkd: A good girl at Hon Ton
Hakery for kitchen work. No washing
or ironing. &l 00 per week to tho right
girl. W. S. Hknsk, Prop.
Prof. Wilson was a participant in
two runaways on Tuesday morning.
Although bo was thrown from the
buggy ho fortunately caino out with
out being much hurt.
J. II. Smith writes combined insur
ance for a term of live years at l pet
cent. On schools houses, churches and
farm property on the Installment plan,
Drop him a card at Ued Cloud, Neb.
Quite a large number of school child
ren uavo Mrs. Caso a serenade on Wed
nesday night. WLllo they wero hilar
ioiw to an extra degree thoy voiced the
sentiment of pleasure of tho school
scholars of tho city on Mrs. Caso'sleleo-
Dr. F. E. McKceby was a principal
actor In a runaway on Wednesday
morning. Whllo driving his team
down n kill near It. L. Alyea's the neck
yoke broke and the team inauagod to
turn tht buggy over throwing the
do: tor out, but ho received no serious
Injury. The buggy was slightly
damaged kut tho horses were not hurt.
List of letters remaining uncalled "for
at the postofHoc at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending Oct. 30th,
Karl Simpson, Han Street.
Gen. Schnack, Atty.
These lotters will be sent to tkodcad
letter oflice Nov. 12th, if not called for
before. When calling for nbove ploaso
say advertised. F. W. Cowukn, P. M
It is fo dry in central Illinois that
the editor of tho Hillsboro News claims
to have to prime his mouth every time
he wants to spit, and tho editor of the
Waverly Journal says ho jerked a
pump handle all day long aud all ho
brought up was a steady stream of lino
dust. These editors ate catching on to
some of tho old stories told about Kan
sas, ami we shall look foi them to I ell
about the farmers throwiuir pebbles on
the barn to make the linoes think i Is
raining, ard soaking lu hogs before
they will hold swill. Heat rice Demo
A ooueh which seems to han
on in spite of all the remedies whic!
you have applied certainly needs
energetic ana sensible treatment.
For twenty-five years that stand
ard preparation of cod-liver oil,
has p oved its effectiveness in cur
ing the trying; affections of the
throat and lungs, and this is the
reason why: the cod-liver oil, par
tially digested, strengthens and
vitalizes the whole sys
tem; the hypophosphites
act as a tonic to the
mind and nerves, and the
glycerine soothes and
heals the irritation. Can
you think of any combi
nation so cuecttve as this?
H turt you get SCOTT'S Emubton. Sm that the
tnn jnJ fuh art on th wrapper,
joe, and t.oo, att druggtsU.
SCOTT ft BOWNB, ChanOM. Htm York.
We wy u lino stock of NKW
J laiDns Out pi lets me velj
low. We mute jour litspcc-
C. L. Cotting,
The election i ovt r and as a result
the republicans i iccted ('. I). Kobinson
for treasurer, .Mrs. (J. C. Caso for
superintendent and 11. K. (irico for
coroner. The popull.sts elected J. P.
Halo for county clerk, James Dully for
county jiidisc, I. 1). Wells for shcrill'
and Fiauk Kueliii for surveyor.
The election lii this city passed of
tjuietly and there was very little work
dotie mi either side.
Hepiiblicaus are feeling well pleased
over tho result as far as it wont for our
The following is the result of the
election fin pieeinel ollicers-
Assksmiiim Guide Koek. George W.
Hagau, Heaver Clock, J. W. Heed;
Stillwater, Oscar Ferdinand; Oak
Creek, S H.Shirley; Gariicid, Charles
Alios; Plea-ant Hill, T. T. Lacy; Kim
Creek, K.Heitler; Potsdam, Aug. llus-
chow, Line, J. W Mclntyrc; Kcd
Cloud township, Win. Dickson; Matin,
Isaac Thomas; Olonwood, (Jeo. May,
Waluut Creek, C. II. Woods; Inavalo,
11. II. Holdrcge;Cathorton, Win Brett
huuer; Harmony, Win. Patterson; Hed
Cloud City, J. W. Warren.
Justices ok thk Fkaok Guido
Hock, K. Peters and F O. Parker;
Beaver Creek, Rudolf Froy.T. M. Blue;
Stillwater, Win. Isom, Si, rolix Kll
lough; Oak Crook, John C. Hose, Joha
F. Buss; Garhold, Frank Alios, Jay N.
Pope; Pleasant 11111, II. L. Hopkinu,
Geo. Law; Kim Creek, O. E. Putnam,
K. II. Foe; Potsdam, S. Mandolbaum,
W. A. Shottenklrk; Line, Jos. SaladoH,
Wui. Vandyke; Rod Cloud Township,
A. J. Means, Ifdward Dicksoa; Batin,
R. Stonner.CfirisWaechter; Glonwood,
Lewis Cutter, A. D. Baker; Walnut
Creek, Jos. Noblo, T. BlankenbaKor;
Inavalo, S. E. Wolcott, Chas. Smolsor;
Cathorton, U. G. Lewis, E. J. Peterson;
Harmony, JnIiu May, E. J. Solomon;
Red Cloud, J. Porter .Ir., (Jeo. O
Co.NSTAlii.KS: Guiilo Rock, E. E.
Burr, J. R. Cror.ler; Beaver Creek, W.
Ki.er, Alox Mon'a; Stillwater, James
Grcenhalgh, A. L. Robinson; Oak
Creek, S. Atwood, (Jeo. King; Garlield,
L. Monger, J. C. Taylor; Pleasant
Hill, Chas. Tool, Fred Bright; Elm
Creek, Chas. l-rancis, Ben Boyco;
Pot-dam, A. F. Kykelhahii, J. 1). Mor
ris, l.tue, ijiias, i inner, i:. w . Aiiiter
Mu. Ued Child Township, Ed, Mot
calf, E. 'Pennant; Batin, Chas. Will
iuiiii,C. Sine; Olonwood, Baz.lo Lee,
C. In eig; Walnut Clock, Frank Keco;
Iimalo, Elmer Simons, Pliilo Eddy,
Cuthcrton, A. A. Cooper, J. 1). Zim
merman, tie: Harmony, Geo. Hito;Red
Cloud City, M. C. Sherman, Samuel
A cross irregularity and broach of
law has enmo to light in regard to tho
handling of tho ballots after the late
election. The ballots of Glonwood
precinct wero given into tho hands of
an irresponsible person who was neith
er clerk nor judge nud who had not
been sworn in ns an olllcer of the elec
tion board. Tho ballots wero brought
to this city and were loft in tho Nation
oflice over night and not delivered to
thu clerk until Into Wednesday tuoru
iug. The ontloman who brought tho
ballots down was a mouther of the last
legislature and most likely had a hand
in the framing of tho ballot law, Tho
Nation, as the organ of tho populists,
hafc always made a great howl when
anything occurred In which republi
cans wero concerned and when they
over got a chance to make a "short
hitch" on the republican party or the
editor? of republican papers they did
mi This way of satting the law at
naught should bo looked after and if it
is. wring a lesson should bo taught
this time or hereafter we may expect
that all Winds of irregularities will bo
perpetrated. Tho Nation aud his
lioaom friend, MeNeny, have not spared
the republicans and the republican
press and wo don't seo why thoy should
bo spared when the law has boon tarn
and we will end their troubles. We have made glad feet
out of many that have been suffering for years. We
couldn't make the feet over, but we did lit them in a
way that led to comfort and happiness.
We can do as much for you if
you're in need of it.
Now as to prices: Faithfully and
surely, we are selling for the least
money compatible with honest shoes
that will last the most satisfactory
length of time.
Clothes JStlcty Not Make
I hit ;i man is never less thought of for wearing
good blothes. Maybe we can
SUTpriSC YOU v showing for how little mot
ey we can make yon look ;i
well as the president. Good wool, fast color nuitei
uils cut on models that make a good fit a sure thing.
Go where yon will on this broad American continent
hunt in every big city or little town and we
will guarantee that you will not find anything in
The line of a suit of clothes or Overcoat super
ior to our line of all wool Sack Suits or Over
$5.00 to $10.00.
A special bargain in our Wool, Fleece Line, Health
50c a garment,
successors to c. wibnbr.
Rkd Clood's Rkliam.k Ci.otiiinc; House.
Now is the
J you will want
Go to Newhouse Bros, and
We have the best Alarm Clock in the city for t
Hiintf your watch, clock and jewelry
eity Bhv and
ROSS & RIFE. PROS,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowrst
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
HAND MADE HARNESS !
Is tin1 best because it in made to use In placs where common
harness would not stand a test. I can make you mi all hand
made harnes nearly an cheap as you can get the common
harness. When you want harnens come in nnd look over my
block which cannot bo surpassed in tho ICepubliciiu valley.
Fly Nets, Whips, Saddles, Btc.
nnd in fact everything usually kept In a lirst class harnesa
Trimming and Kouair Work neatly and promptly attended to.
J. O. BUTTER.
10 tfJJII.HLJJIIJHRV73! ALL
ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED lTmjn7r crtHAit ?MM4iuU?allwM. aawht
that you bujr.
make your feet glad,
To get your eyes fitted with glasses.
The long winter evenings will soon be
you will want to read, and so
get them fitted properly.
Jewelers and Opticians.
repairing to us J
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