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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1898)
THJjJ HMD UL.UUJJ UHLEjE, imiivi . , .uaiw.ii aj iouu.
Wc have just received word from our
50- More - Clocks
Will be shipped at once. Customers holding
partly used coupons will now be enabled
to finish their tickets and
Receive a Clock Free.
This makes 1S2 clocks that we have presented
our customers with.
Chicago Storef Clothiers.
Royal make tha food pure,
wholoon and dcttclaut.
OOIL 0ISQ POADCR CO., YORK.
F. P. llatUi'y carnage piiintcr.
(!o to Uuilor for tin) best in addlory
(ico ltogcr. of Lincoln was hero tho
last of the week.
W. F. Uonklo of Inuvalc, was a visit
or to Lincoln tliu last of tho week.
A repetition of tho beautiful cantata
"Dreams of Fairyland" at the Opera
house April 1st.
Mrs. Oscar Tool returned homo Sat
urday from a several week's stay at
Imlinnolii, this state.
Frank Oowden left Wednesday for
Omaha where ho was called as a wit
ness in the Overing-Hoyd postoillco
Anothor showing of prosperity Is in
dicated in tho fact that tin- colored
porters have boon Jput Imek on trains
No. 13 and 10.
A now subscriber, or an old subscrib
er, who pay. a jcar in advance ,.f Fob
rum j 14th, IStiS, will leeoivo iw.i -id
book. Iliail adu-rll.i n.fui ui a-ioili-er
L. II. Iliisi mijn ho will Inn- "ico
lino of ijiirsoi ) tnek for fpi'iug trade.
Apple, chorr.i, plum, poach, small
fruit 111 1 1 ' to.' luif t-t II I', roses.
(ioml at' f 'l ' ' Ik li.
J. U. !l ".o!ton ami wife ami T. M,
llazoltoi , ulfu and son stopped oil
huroon Wednesday and visited vith
Chas. Ha.eltou ami wifo. Tho party
were on their way home from Califor
nia t Maw Yt-rk.
Read our free book offer.
Seo Hadley for paper hanging.
l)eo Best of Oxford was hero Friday
"Dreams of Fairyland" at tho opera
houso April 1st.
Dick Tinker was hero from McCook
tho last of tho week.
Homer Kinsel of Hluo Hill was visit
ing with the folks Sunday.
Alf McCall returned Thursday from
a business trip to Kansas City.
Cutting the Druggist can supply
you with any kind of sowing machine
For a first class shave or hair cut
call on (i. V. Fentress ono door south
of Calmes' bakery.
New pi .nos lor 175 00. Inquire of
W. C. Engli-.li at (irico's ding store.
Terms $10.00 cnh and $8.00 a mouth.
I'. A Wells who wid shortly move
here ami engage in the practice of law
is putting an addition on his residence
property on Ccilai street.
Chas. llurr living south of Inavale on
Wednesday shot a lino specimen of the
American eagle. Tho bird measured
7 feet, four inches from tip to tip.
Mrs. Jennie Gago of Chicago, accom
panied by her mother Mrs. E. 13. Rob
inson of Hastings, after a visit with the
family of Treasurer Robinson have re
turned to Hastings.
V. 11. Serivner, real estato man,
will sell your farm for you for a rea
sonable per cent, or will trade your
farms for Missouri lands. Address, V.
II. Serivner, Red Cloud, Nebr.
I. 11. Smith writes combined insur
ance for a term of live years at 3 per
cent. On schools houses, churches and
farm property on the Installment plan.
Drop him a card at Red Cloud, Neb.
For Homcscokor'.s excursion dates
via tho Missouri, Kansas & Texas rail
way, and information of their tourist
sleeper arrangements, aitdics (J. A.
McNutt, D. 1. A., 1011 Union avenue,
KaiiNii. City, Mo.
Married On Monday, March iilst,
t.siis, at the lmmo of L A. Hussong
pastor of the Church of Christ, who
performed the coroun'uy, Mr. Ernest
1 HulVelt ami MNs Daisy 11. Duval,
both ol Omaha. The relatives of tho
bride were present ami witnessed the
Si i our book oiler
Hadley paints buggies.
.) () Butler's goods are up-to-date.
Will Yeiser has returned to Republi
R. C. Best of Bla Ion was here the
lirs i of the week.
Samuel Spry left the last of the week
on a visit to Lincoln.
Mrs. Jntnos McNony returned from
tho east Wednesday night.
Marshall Roby returned home Thurs
day morning from a trip west.
Harness that will wear, keep in
shape and look neat is tho kind made
by .1 (). Butler.
F. I. Hadley on last Tue.day com
pleted the papering of (ico. Hcaton's
ii-.idci'oo in the country.
Llim r Crone returned home from
Onnlia Friday night having completed
hi. .iodic, at a business college there.
(iiio.t workmanship and material
in h:irnc. is the .aino as in other
goods ,1. (). Biith-r'.s mils have both.
A. (ialii.ha has purch'iM'd three lots
north of Dr. Daineroll's residence prop
erty ami will build a nice residence
Tiik Ciiikk, a sotof Christy'pattern
knives, ami a bound book, all for one
subscription paid in advance. Sub
T. C. Hacker, Randolph McNitt, R.
T. Potter and C. 1). Robinson attended
tho funeral of Mrs. John A. Thurston
at Omaha Sunday.
R. Chevalier of Campbell had tho
misfortunu to got his index linger
caught in a corn shelter on Saturday.
The member was so badly crushed that
Dr. F. E. McKoeby amputated it.
George it. Sccord, the well known
contractor of Towauda, Now York,
says: "I have used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in my family for a long
time and. have found it superior to any
other." For sale by 11. E. (irico.
Tho Webster County Union Sunday
School Association will hold its annual
convention at Guido Rock, commenc
ing at 10 o'clock Wcdcnsday morning,
April 53th, 1898, and closing) Thursday
evening, April 2!)th, 1893. Program
committee take notice ami govern
yourselves accordi'igly. By Order Ex
While Porloy Hathway was explain
ing the workings of a repeating shot
gun to an interested crowd of specta
tors in Watt's restaurant Thursday
evening, tho gun (which of course was
not loaded), went off, boring a hole in
the door casing that you could throw a
cat through, but fortunately no ono
was hurt. Guide Rock Sigual.
I have been aillictcd with rheuma
tism for fourteen yoars and nothing
seemed to give any relief. I was ablo
to bo around all tho time, and con
stantly suffering. I had tried every
thing I could hear of and at last was
told to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
which I did, and was immediately re
lieved and in a short time cured. I
am happy to say that it has not since
returned. Josii. Eikjak, Gormantown,
Cal. For sale by II. E. Grlec.3
We aro glad to annotinco that A. II.
Crary has recovered so well from his
severe attack of hemorrhage of the
stomach after close confinement at tho
residence of John McCallum for over
six weeks, to attempt tho journey via
Edgar and Superior to his homo at
Guide Rock in company with his wifo
and sou, J. H. Ho was convoyed to
the train by John ami J. 11. McCallum.
We hope ho arrived homo feeling none
t lie worse for the long journey. Bla
"Bartlett's Road to Seltzervillo," Mr.
John Dillon's new play is clean, whole
some and very funny. It contains no
Impossible villain or villainy. The
mishaps and adventures that cause
dear Uncle Jolly mil his friends worry
and excitement aro caused bv gossip
ing and mischievous busybodles, whom
you will rccagnizo as acquaintances,
for every community is alllicted by
some such though Heavenbo praised
they are email in number. (Jo and seo
how much trouble can bo Jcauscd by
twoseumingly pleasantfrionds(V). Mr.
Dillon will present his now play at tho
opera house, Saturday, April Utli.
The Kansas circuit of tho United
Norwegian Lutheran church will hold
its semi annual moeling at Zion Nor
wegian Lutheran congregation on Far
mer's creek, WolMor county, Nobras
Ka, March ill to April !i(189d, inclusive.
Tho opening exercises will begin with
a sermon at 10 a in. on March 31M, and
the afternoon and tho following two
days will bo devoted to discussion. In
evening meetings will bo held in tliu
Norwegian and English languages. In
lonuei lion with tho eiieuit meeting
i he I:.) ing of tliu eoi nor stouo and tied
i"atin of tho new Lutheran church
v i 1 1 nival (as far r.s is now known) on
1'iiilav, Apui Sid, Rev II C. lltilni of
E.iv.b Grow, loiva, olll- i iting. All
uc.t. intending to h with us those
day., will lie eared lor as far as our
moans reach free of charge. Every
body eoidially invited. II. L. Hkho,
MOPIC OH LKStf IMHLSON'AIj.
Geo. Hagar of Cowles was hole Wed
Fred Guild of Blue Hill was here the
first of the week.
C. 11. Potter icturueil from FraiiKlin
it. F. Mlor anil wife have been visit
in; iu Kansas this week.
R. (i. Stewart, deputy revenue col
lector was hero Thursday.
It. F. Boynten of Rock Falls, Illinois,
was here the first of tho week.
A now sidewalk has been placed In
front of the old Calmes restaurant.
Miss Polly Sleeper formerly a resi
dent of this city is here visiting friends.
The repoit of tho boaid of inquiry of
the Maine di.-i.ter .-,-e le'iehed Wash
Dan G ir m r came iu from Lincoln
the lii'.t of the week am. is visitiui;
.villi the (oik..
Lo..i One gold I). of II. emblem pin,
Finder letmii same to Newlioti-e Bros
and receii e n waid.
FukRi:m--L Haunt has a house of
Vi rooms for rent. For particulars
call on Jos. Herhurger.
Mrs. L. II. Rust loft Thursday morn
ing for a visit witli relatives and friends
at Beaver City, this state.
Our now bioyclu repair shop is tho hit
est thing in town. Como In and seo us
iu tho northeast cornir of Moon block.
The horse thief who was brought
from Lincoln some time ago by Sheriff
Wells has been bound over to district
Chas. Calmes has sold his restaurant
business to C. It. Huff of Burr Oak,
D. Vnultureii of this city will look after
Wani.kii. At once. A few good
farm loans to run II vo years, 8 per
cent interest, optional payments. 1).
J. A. Boyd and Henry Clark went to
Omaha on Wednesday to bo present as
principals in the povtolllco complica
tions which arose about a year ago be
tween tliein and Overing & Sons.
Mrs. John Beren.en of Pawnee Cilj',
this state, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.
E. Jackson arrived iu the city Wednes
diy night. She will bo remembered as
a former old lesideut of this place.
Tho Aslt creek church of Garfield
township will give a a basket supper at
tho church, proceeds to bo applied to
tho restoration fund, on Thursday
evening, March 81st, 1808. Tho Red
Cloud quartet will be present and fur
nish vocal and instrumental music.
Come everybody and havo a good
time. Bv Okubu Com.
Rev. E.Ed vards, pastor of tho En
glish Baptist church at Mincrsville,
Pa., when suffering with rheumatism,
was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. He says: "A few applications
of this liniment proved of great sorvico
to mo. It subdued tho inflammation
and relieved tho pain. Should any
sufferer profit by giving Pain Balm a
trial it will pleaso me." Forsaloby
II. E. (irico.
How to keep tho neighbors lions out
of tho garden is a question that per
plexes many. A man who doesn't
raise chickens makes the following
suggestion: Take a lot of small stiff
cards, about 1x2 inches; write on them
"Keep your darned chickens at homo."
Tie a short string to each card, with a
grain of corn at tho other end of the
string, and scatter them where tho
hens congrepato. When tho hungry
biddy gobbles up the giain that draws
the prize, slut follows up the strii g
stowing it away until she comes to tho
card, Then vmi wi'l see lier pull out
for homo carrying in her mouth your
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$ it you have cougnea ana $
$ coughed until the lining mem- $
$ brane of your throat and lungs $
m . rt . w
m ts lniiamco, i
Scott's Emulsion I
Ak 4 . . ff a1
$ or v-oa-aver uu wm sooxne, a
$ strengthen and probably cure. $
$ The cod-liver oil feeds and
$ strengthens the weakened tis- j
v sues. The glycerine soothes m
m and heals them. The hypo- u
m phosphites of lime and soda vo
$ impart tone and vigor. Don't w
This is tin; season for clothing
bargains and our store is the
place to find them.
You can't say a word against
You can't say a word against
You can't say a word against
because they are the lowest. We offer
A Special. . .
Men's Unlaundried Whiie Shirts,
with double back and front, fine
bosom, worth 5octst. special val
ues at 25cts.
A Special. . .
Men's All Wool Cheviot Suits,
fancy plaid or plain colors, worth
$7.00 and 57.50, especial values at
$6.00 and 56.50.
It is impossible to make a mistake in your spring
buying if you select from the
GREAT FAIR-PRICED SGOCK OF
Successors to C. Wiknkii.
Red Cloud's Reliable Clothing House.
o neglect these
S bottle of the Emulsion may do
m more ior you now tnn ien
m can do later on. Be sure you
3 get SCOTT'S Emulsion.
All -I... -!.. . M -.l C,M
fH UIU55llf ?" " T',w i
SCOTT & DOWNE, ChtmUu, New York. $
Owing to a large number of requests
Miss Nora (iravos will repeat the can
tata given at the opera houso lastTuos
dayovenlng on.theeveningof April 1st.
In addition to the cantata numerous
specialties will bo introduced. The
Ladies Quartotto will rondor some of
their oxcollout music; also solos by
Miss. (Jraves, Mis Mabol Lindsoy,
Miss Lillian Smith and numerous
others. Tho admission will bo reserved
scats 2.r)c; general admission 15e; cliil
die 11 10c.
Mrs. M. ( Uoekwell returned on
Saturday from Kansas City where she
went several months ago to complete
a course at the National school of Oslo
opathy and graduated there from a
full-Hedged doctor. She has secured
rooms iu the Moon llloc k and in a few
days will be ready to give Osteopathic
treatment to those desiring her services.
To those who formed the Doctor's ac
quaintance last year she will need 110
lutiodiicliou ami all will find her a lady
ol refinement and culture, a pleasant
addition to society as well as to the
As per hill -igned "Many Citizen" a
caucus was to have been held iu tho
opera house u Monday evening, hut
owing to the inclement weather theso
"many citizens" met on Wednesday
evening and nominated tho following
ticket. Mayor, (ico. J. Warren j clerk,
L. K.Tnit; treasurer, 11. K. (Jrleo; po
lino judge, J. Porter Jr.; alderman 1st
ward, W. A. Sherwood; alderman 2d
ward, Fred Uradbrook; members of tho
board of education, Henry Cook and
(Jeo. O. Yeiser. It will bo noticed that
with but two exceptions the nomina
tions are republican. Tho people will
most likely find 01 1 heforo election
that most of too ticket has boon put up
as a blind with hut ono end in view.
Mr. A. Ilospp the Omaha wholesale
piano dealer has sent a sample line of
celebrated pianos to Hed Cloud where
tin y will lie on exhibition at the store
of II. E. (irico nest Monday. Mr. V.
U English the wholesale agent will bo
lu the city from Monday until Thurs
day morning ami parties interested in
seeing the newest unit latest Improved
I pianos will be cordially invited to in
spect I lie line Mr. English lakes
'orders for the standard Kimball pianos,
Knaho plants, Kcouicli & Ihich pianos,
Columbia pianos, Victor planus, a
well as oilier valuable makes from well
known factories. Ho also accepts time
payments if desired so that 110 one
should miss this opportunity to get a
! reliable piano from a reliable house at
! bntt pW priM.
Preaching Sunday morning at 10:30.
Tho third of a series on "Revivals."
Sunday School at 11:30 a.m.
Junior Lcaguo at 4 p.m.
Senior League atO:.JO p.m.
Evening- service at 7:!)0 p. m.
Special revival services will begin.
Player meeting on Wednesday even
ing at 7:30.
Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
The special meeting) have been de
ferred until the last of the month.
Do not forgot the mid-week services
on Wednesday evening.
The public is invited.
Ja.mi:s Ma UK Daiiiiv, Pastor.
Services each Lord's Day as follows:
Sermon ami Communion 10:30 a.m.
Subject, Where (iod'sOrace Hegins."
liible school, 12 111,
Junior Christian Endeavor: p.m.
Sot lor Chi istian Endeavor 0:30 p.m.
Evening .sermon 7:30 p. in. Subject,
"Wisdom, Human ami Divine."
Prayer meeting and biblu study on
Ladles' Aid Society Friday after
noons. The District Convention of the
Churches of Christ. 1)11. Mn 7 U ti
convene at llluo Hill, April 20 to 28.
uur pleasant cuurcli Home anil all
services are ever open to tho public.
L. A. HussoNU, Pastor.
Sunday School at 11:15.
Y. P. S. O.K. at 0:30 p. m.
Card of Thanks.
Wo wish to express our heartfelt
thanks to tho friends who aided us in
many ways during tho sickness and
death of our little daughter Oral.
(Sko. (iAitsmt anu Family.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
49 WARS TH1 STANA.
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