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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1898)
CLOUD OHJLBi'. JJ'KIDAI . APRIL 1. 1898.
A Shattered Hemous System.
FINALLY HEART TROUBLE.
fUKored to Haalth by Or. Miles' Nervlns).
Ir laid up with iiu attack
K. nilWAItt) HAHDY, thojolly man-
nRur of Hheppard Co's. great storo at
Ilrncovllle. III., wrltusi "I had novcr
been Blck a day In my llfo until in 1890. I
got so bad with nor vous prostration that I
had to Rlvo up and commence to doctor. I
tried our local physicians and one- In Jollot,
but nono i?avo mo uny relief and I thouRht
I was) going to die. I becumo despondent
and suffered untold agony. I could not cat,
sleep nor rest, and l seemed as If I cculd
not oxlst. At tho end of six months I was
roduced to but a shadow of myself, and at
Inst my heart became- alTcctcd and I was
truly miserable. I took six or eight bottles
of Dr. Miles' Nervine. It gave mo relief
from tho start, and ut last a cure, tho grcat-
cst blessing of my llfo." I
Dr. Miles' Remedies
nrosold by all drug
gists under a posltlvo
guarantee, first bottlo
benefits or monoy re
funded. Hook on dis
eases of tho heart and
norves frco. Address,
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
Rv Dr. :nk
E Nervine J
ALWAYS ON TAP.
h, Ii. Thui-no nml family entertained
friends Saturday evening.
Not au empty house iu Bltuluti mid
several families wish to move in.
0. A. Wliulan is putting down a well
nt tho Congregational pnrsonngo.
Will Kavlngcr mid Geo. Swlgcrt wcro
guests at S. A. Wholnti's Tuesday.
Mrs, Thomas Riggius has boon under
tho doclor'tj euro but ul tnesetit is con
valescent. Wu aro glad to notice that Cbarlos
Davis is improving under Dr. Koublcr's
John Stout of Hastings was in this
vicinity picking up checkers tho first
of tho week.
Mis. Laird of Oak Creok is spending
a few days with her daughter at J. L,
Will Strlckler and Geo. Young loft
Tuesday morning tor a few days bunt
on tho Platte.
OMrs. llnll of Now York arrived Sat
urday morning to spend tho summer
with her sons, V. S. and John Hall.
Tho concert given Friday evening un
der tho direction of Prof. Fiolds and
bis class was woll attended and groatly
enjoyed by those iu attendance.
It would bo well for tho committee
who wrote tho invitntions for tho on
tcrtaiument Saturday oroning to insert
tho (Into and place of meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Monnott, Miss
Minnie Glauson and Miss Letta Hod
man, assisted Prof. Fiolds to organizo
his singing class at Campboll Saturday
Tho young man who drovo twelvo
nillos to sco bis girl and when bo ar
rived in town got so (interested in
tho pool joint that bo failed to put in
an nppearanco at tho house, had botter
give up ono or tbo other.
Kidnoy and Bladder Troublos.
If you suffer from kidney, bladder or
urinary troubles, or from too frequent
or scanty, urine, Dr. Fonnors Kidnoy
and Backache Curo is what you want.
Bed-wotting by children is generally
cured by ono bottlo of this powerful
remedy. Testimonials aro disregarded
many people doubting tho honesty or
sincerity of them, wo therefore avoid
giving any hero, but will furnish them
on application to dealer whoso namo is
given below. If not satisfied after us
ing ono bottlo your money will be re
funded by C. L. Cotting.
Aro gaining favor rapidly.
Business men and travel
lers carry them In vest
pockets, lailles carry them
In purici, liouiekcepers keep thtm In medicine
closets, friend recommend them to frlendi. 2Jc.
FRED E. McKEEBY, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.
City and country calls promptly an
swered day or night.
NIGHT GILLS AT WFIGE.
OrriOK OVKR COTTINQ'B DUQ STOsHt.
ATTORNEY ti O0UNSELO1 AT LAW,
Special attention to Commercial and
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
J. S. EMIG-H,
W TOU WANT IT.
Crown Bridge Work er Tttih Wittat Plates.
And all the latest Improvement la dental mech
II. Strador is clerking in tho Fuller
& Good storo.
Tbo storm last Sunday was bard on
our spring chickens.
Mrs. Henry Waller is suffering from
an attack of tonsilitis.
Wm. Good 19 farming onco more on
bis own placo west of town.
Wo nro pleased to noto tbo advent of
a now doctor in our community.
Sovoral of our faruiord aro going to
try and raiso a crop of alfalfa this roar.
Rev. Mr. Day, Mothodist pastor has
boon sick with grippe but is recovering.
A substantial stone foundation is be
ing placed undor tho Congregational
Our posUnastor Bays the largely in
creased business in the postofQce is a
sure indication of prosperity.
Mrs. Brakcfield addressed a meeting
of the W. O. T. U. at the residence of
Mrs. Hildretk on Tuesday afternoon.
A subscription of oyer thirty dollars
for the Cuban relief fund has been ta
ken up in Cowles and neighborhood.
Our Union Y. P.;8. C. E. has taken an
of ering of 12.60 for the Cuban sufferers
and sent it to the Christian Herald
Dr. D. L. Trowbridge is a very pleas
ant appearing gentleman of goodly pro
portions, halls from Lincoln and has
had considerable practice.
Capt. Henry of Fairmont will give an
address on Thursday evening, April 7,
in tbo Congregational church. His
subjdet will bo "Tbo Principles and
Work of tho A. 0. U. W.," illustrated
by tho 'screen."
Very bad weather again.
Mrs. A. C. Hon is on tbo sick list.
Mrs. Mousliang is on tbo sick list.
J. T. Lacy has erected a fonco around
There lias been a stray shout on Wil
low crock lately.
Miss MaySandborn closed a success
ful term of school Inst Friday.
Tbo danco at Mr. A. N. Godwin's
last Friday night was largely attended.
Miss Josio Godwin of Willow creek
is now attending tbo Cowlos high
Warren Edson nnd Uoy Wolf woro
tlto guests of Charles Adoiuson lust
Well boys they say wo havo got
to light. If wo must whip old Spain
let us bo nt it.
Tho face of Mr. Frank Bailey is scon
on Willom creek Indian reservation
Tho writer, while at tho ball Inst
Friday evening, was greatly delighted
to set tho lads and lassies onjoying
themselves so well.
My wifo has used Chamberlain's Pain
Balm for Rheumatism with great relief
and I can rccommond it as. n splendid
liniment for rheumatism and othor
household uso for which wo havo found
it valuable. W. J. Cutleh, lied Crook,
Mr. Cuylor is ono of tho leading mer
chants of this village and ono of tho
most prominent man in this vicinity.
W. G. Phipi'IN, EdiUr Red Creok Her
ald. Sold by H. E. Grico.
W. B. James was in Kansas City last
Miss Mabel Wells of Red Cloud is
hero visiting rolatives.
Mrs. D. II. Robinson visited with
Mrs. G. M. Warnor Monday.
Rov. Day will havo charge of tho
League services next Sunday evening.
Grant Miller and sister, Flora, visited
last week noar North Branch, Kansas.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Orr spent Sunday
with Mrs. Orr's brother near Guide
Miss Clara Crawford who is attend
ing school at Red Cloui, is homo to
Flfty-Third Birthday Anniversary.
After tho sevoro weather following
the storm on March 22d, tho warmth
of last Saturday was welcomed by ov
cryono. Perhaps no ono appreciated
tho brightness more than did C C Cox
of Amboy, that day completing tho
three years added to tho half century
mark. So nlco was tho morning nnd
bright tho sunshlno that his son easily
persuaded him to accompany him to
Red Cloud. Mcnmvhilo at homo bis
old neighbors, most of whom had on
durcd with him tho hardships of pio
neer llfo, and saw him move from the
loe houso into the comfortable homo ho
now occupies, gathered to tho number
of nfty-nve. On his return instead of
the usual quiet farm scone, smiling
faces met him wlierover bo looked.
After many warm greetings promptly
at 12:80 tbo guests surrounded tho
tabic groaning under tho weight of
good tilings that Mrs. Cox hud pre
pared. Tho heartiness with which
each one present partook of tho dainty
food showed bow well Mrs. Cox under
stood tho culinary art. After dinner
tho old familiar games of horseshoe
and bull woro indulged in. Mr. Darby
und Wnltcr Cox scorned to have tho
best of tbo horscshoo game while Mr.
Miller and Mr. Sheldon wore declared
champion ball players.
Those present wcro Mr. and Mrs. T.
C. Hacker, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Darby,
Mr. and Mrs. Honry Sholdon, Mr. and
Mrs. D. F. Trunkoy, Mr. and Mrs.
Decker. Mr. nnd Mrs. I. Frisbio, Mr.
and Mrs. Law, Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W.
Bakor, Mr. and Mr-. Chas. Lewis, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm. Hurd, Mr. and Mrs. T.
Boron, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. G. A. Latta. All tho children
woro thoro excopt Sidney Cox and
wife who nro in Denver, Colorndo.
Tho children prcsont were Mrs. Car
mony, daughter of Mrs. Cox, and
family, Mr.B. M. Cox and family, and
Mr. Walter Cox of McCook and Mr.
Hnrvoy Cox of Gonovn.
In tho evening about sixty young
pcoplo gathered In to finish tbo pro
gram of tbo day. The evening was
passed very pleasantly. Music and
games were tho chief amusements.
Sovernl elegant and expensive pres
ents woro given. Tbo surprise on Mr.
Cox was total. Tho day will be ono of
tno bright spots in the memory of old
and young, and such as iu after life
will sootho many u euro to think
IHm't Tuliacco Stilt and Sniuho Your J I ft Amy.
To quit tobacco easily and forever, bo mas
netlc. full of life, ncrvo and vigor, tako No-To-Ilac,
tho wonderworker, that makes weak men
strong. All druggists, COc or II. Curo guaran
teed, llooklet and sample frco. Address
Sterling Itcmcdy Co.. Chicago or New York.
KitucatoYour Ilowols With Uuscnret.
...Candy Cathartic, curo constipation forovor.
10c, 20c. If C. C. C. fall, druggists refund money.
No-To-5ac for rift Cents.
Guaranteed tobacco habit cure. nmKei weak
men strong, hlooil pure. 60o.fl. All ilrinfirlsts.
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Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained and all I
encbuiineu conducted for Moderate rets.
OtmOrnccia Opposite u,. PATCNTOrrier
ana wecaniecure patent W mm ume man umc
remote from Washington. J
i Send model, drawing or photo., with deurlp-i
tlon. We advise, if patentable or not, free of!
charge. Our fee not due till patent Utecured. ,
a F4MPHLKT. now io UDiain menu, wun
I olaama in ths U. 8. and fortJxu coualriet
seat tree Addroa,
J Op. Part-XT Orrioc, Wasminaton. D. C.
Ifc Olafcaalirt Ma IMsiiS lint
5rtTkvA aarc. al7 niUM. uona wai MK.
WlnM la 1U4 aad OM BwuiUtVlaF
I. MM wltk klu rtUoi. Taka
4kty Mtfutt imiun wtihlo.
idm jT-airr iwtlnQUU q4
yw m rauMMi
uouirau UMt Uraciuu.
L,-? 21 L:
It," i,i utttr. 07 re turn
l'rumuttt a luiurltnt truwUi.
Wflver l'all to llr-tore Ory
1 r n t Ullilig.
UautlfiH the hair.
There is more catarrh in this section
of tho country than all othor diseases
put together, and until tho last fow
years was supposed to bo incurable
For a great many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease, und pre
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly falling to euro with local treat
ment, pronounced It incurable Sci
ence bus proven catarrh to bo n con
stitutional disease, and thereforo re
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Curo, manufactured by 1. J.
Chonoy & Co., Toledo, O., is tbo only
constitutional cure on tho market. It
is taken internally in doses from ten
drops to a toaspoouful. It acts direct
ly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of
tho system. Thoy offer ono hundred
dollurs for any case it falls to euro.
Bond for circulars and testimonials.
F. J. Chunky & Co,, Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family PilU oro tho best.
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxative Hiomo Quinine Tab
ets All druggists refund the monoy
f it fails tn cui. :.Vm ,
Burlington Houto California Excur
sions. Cheap, quick, comfortable Leave
Omaha 4:85 p.m., Lincoln 6:10 p.m. and
Hastings 8:b0 p.m. every Thursday in
clean, modern, not crowded tourist
sleepers. No transfers; cars run right
through to San Francisco and Los
Angeles over tho sconic route through
Denver and Salt Lako City. Cars are
carpeted; upholstered in rattan; have
spring scats and backs and are provid
ed with curtains, bedding, towels, soap
etc. Uniformed porters and experienc
ed excursion conductors accompany
each excursion, relieving passengers of
bother about baggage, pointing out ob
jects of interest and in many other
ways helping to make the overland
trip a delightful experience. Second
class tickets are honored. Berths 15.
For folder giving full information,
oall at nearest Burlington Route tisket
office, or write to J. iranois, (. tr. a.
Liver Complaint and If rvomneaa
A torpd liver always produces dull
ness, irritability, etc. You are all
cloggod up and fool despondent. Per
haps you have treated with physicians
or tried some other recommended med
icine without benefit. All that is no
argument against "Dr. Fenner's Blood
and Liver Remedy and Nerve Tonic,"
which wo insist will cure nervousness
and liver complaints. If not satisfied
after using one bottlo your monoy will
bo refunded by G. L. Cotting.
PUBLICATION OB' SUMMONS.
In tho District Court of Webster County, Neb
raska. J. II. I'etttbono mid Sum-.
uci K. Nixon, partners '
doing business under
the 11 rm namo and style
of Fcttlbone A Nixon,,
J. O. llrown. MarsaretV
Otis, Angelina Winters,
uanici it. winters, itm
ma A. Ackerson. Francis'
A. Hames, Belle Miller
and Jacob L. Miller as
executor of the last will
and testament or James
II. llrown. deceased.
The abovo named defendants, Angollna Win
UB, J'UlllV. MMt IIIUNI,! u.l.uin 41, AU1DIDUII,
Hello Miller and Jacob L. Miller as executor of
tho last will and testament or James 11. Brown,
deceased will use notice mat on tno 17th day
ir petition in me district court ol
Webster county, Nebraska, against the said de
of February, 1898, PetUbone & Nixon
nerein nied ineir
tltlon in the district court of
fendants Impleaded wltb others the object and
prayer of which are to foreclose a certain tax
certificate executed by the nTreasurer of Web
ster County, Nebraska to plaintiff's upon lots
numbered thirteen (18,) fourteen (li.) fifteen
nve (zo,i oi the city of Red
(IB,) In block twenty-
stun of I17.B6 on
Plaintiffs allege that they paid therefor the
the Bin day or November, 1994,
PlsinUffs allege that
said Iota as follows:
d other taxes on
On the 1st dar of Mav.
1896, SIS 69 that being the amount due for taxes
of the year ISM, and on the 1st day of May, 18M.
they paid 118.50 the same being for taxes of
Sear 1898. Plaintiffs allege that there is now
ue them on said tax certificates the sum of
$47.08 with Interest at the rate of twenty per
cent per annum on 117.55 thereof from the kth
aay or, novemoer, icvt. to ue sn aay or Nov
ember, 1898 and ten per cent per annum there
after, with Interest at twenty per cent peraa-
num on 115.89 tnereor rrom tneistday or May,
1MIA tla KtK j4 Va.mIui. IIMWt anl I.m
AOVW NIB UW V- HUIGWUVIIIOHIU HU
oer cent ter annum thereafter, with interest at
rate of twenty per cent per annum on 813.58
thereof from the 1st day of May, 1890, to the 6th
day of November. 1899, and ten per cent per
annum thereafter, for which sum with Interest
rrom tne l&tn osy or aay. ihus, plaintiffs pray
for a decree that said Iota be sola to satlifv tho
amount due on said tax certificates, together
with ten per cent of amount of Judgment as at
torney fees, and for all other and further relief
as may do jusi ana equnaoie,
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REQUIRES NO COOKING
MAKES GOLLAKS AND GUFFS 8TIFF IND NICE
A3 WHEN FIRST BOUGHT NEW
ONE POUND OF THIS STARCH WILL GO
AS FAR AS A POUND AND A HALF
OF AMY OTHER STARCH.
tHEi r ui iDiKinrn ddac ro
Keokuk Jowa. NewHaven,Conn,
ill Mm Miiitimm if ii in mn n im 1 wiuum inmuH'iiriiHiJiii mmw miHtid .
This starch Is prepared on sclcntlflo principles by men who havo had years of practical
experience in fancy laundering. It restores old linen and summer dresses to their
natural whiteness and Imparts a beautiful and lasting finish. It is tho only starch
manufactured that is perfectly harmless, containing neither anionic, alum or any
other snbstanco injurious to linen and can bo used eron for a baby powder.
For sale by all wholesale and retail grocers.
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EETING WITH DESTINY.
No man can tell when it will
come along. Often it starts
up before us in unexpected
times and places. liven an
aQeraoon stroll with a friend nud a chance
introduction may shape nil the course of
one's after life. To be always nt your best
and not ashamed of j our destiny yott must
three like a true gentleman. This can
be done by ordering your Suits ceil Ot crocks of
M. BORN & GO.,
The Great Chicago Merchant Tnilors
Who aro unrivalled .Tfnwtcrnof
tho Tailoring Art.
800 NKW Patterns. Finest Material. Perfect
Pit. New Stock. Latest Styles. Best Work
msnshlp. Thrifty Prices,
A Cheery Qaarnnteo With AIL
miNER BROTHERS. RED GLOUP.iNEBRASKA.
PLATT & FREES CO.,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Lumber, Lime, Coal and Cement.
A MODEL MARKET
In always cool, clean and neat, nnd has only the
You are required to answer said petition on or
lll bo taken as true and Judgment rendered
MOEAT9 FISH, OJVE
and orders taken there are peenrately filled and
promptly delivered. That Ms the condition of
A. ?. Reynold's Moon Block Market.
TRADERS ILTM:BJR CO.,
LUMBER and COAL,
Btxildin.8; material. Bto.
before tho 26th day of April, 1BV6, or tho same
win no Mien as true
Dated March 17. 1803.
Dy RosinT T. PoTTEii, their attorney,
One hundred and sixty acres of unira
proved land four miles northwest of
Red Cloud, consisting of the west half
of the northeast quarter, and the cast
half of the northwest quarter of suction
tlftcon in township two north, range
eleven west. Tho land is leased at
present, but subject to salo. For
terms apply to
Mrs. Jamks Kirkwoop,
Many People Cannot Drink
coffee at night, it spoils their sleep. You can
drink Grain O when you please and sleep like
a top. For Grain O does not stimulate. It nour
ishes, cheers and feeds. '.Yet it looks and
tattcs llko coffco. For nervous persons, young
pcoplo aud children Grain 0 Is a perfect drink.
Made from pure grains. Get a package from
your grocer today. Try It la placo of coffee.
15c aud 33c.
Kvirbu.l tj. bo.
Cascarcta Candv Cathartic, the most won
derful medical discovery of the ubo, ii'.cua
ant nnd rofreshlnR to tho taslo, net pcntly
nnd positively on kldnoyB, liver nnd howils,
cleatiBliiK tho entlro nyttti'm, iHbipoI iniiH,
cum lipiuniulio, fevnr, hnbltunl rnnHipntlon
nml blllniiMukfl, I'liMiso buy nnd try n box
oft'.fl.C to fltii : ill. r. Mlins .si.m. jd
sIimanlv'(dioi.uti ij iU1mi,i;i-i.
wheat fields of Western Canada offer
the greatest inducements to settlers.
160 ACRES OF LAND
canbehomesteaded (freo.( Those who de
sire it can purchaso lands at from K to K
per acre. Kasy terms of payment. I ii
Thousands of farmers and others from
districts where farmlntr Is at present found
unprofitable, will lako up lands there this
Mason. In order to accommodate these, ex
cursloiis conducted by a representative of
the Canadian Government will leavo St. Paul
33d and 30th of MARCH and
the 6th of APRIL,
Spec lally low rules have been spcured for
those who wish to Join these excursions,
whether homescekers or settlers,
For passenucr and freight rates apply to
Dcpartmcat of Interior, Otlowa, Camilla, or
W. V. BENNETT,
801 N. Y, l.llc HullJInK. Omaha, Neb.
Cnimdliui Gn eminent Agents,
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, SURREYS.
I Tho finest lino of road vehicles ever brought to Wolistor county. Oall and
I examine them and set prlci's whether you wish to buy or not. A
full lino of all tho lending farm mnobinory including
S THE - FAMOUS - OHIO - CULGIVATOR.
J If in need of anything in the linn of buggies or farm machinery it will pay )
l you to see 1110 nitiore purchasing. 1 can savo yon money.
JAS. PETERSON, Red Cloud, Nebraska. 5
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Kt.1t, lint jr Hwsmi. Pflai.lllOO
f TO .t Mill III 91.
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Wacoaj. tUnd fur Urn, 'ft.
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