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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1898)
THJE JLIEH CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY. JULY 1, 1898.
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One Eye Witness
Is Better Than
ft Dozen Hearsays.
That our store gives satisfac
tion to the trading public is not
hearsay. Hundreds of custo
mers (eye witnesses) testify to
Good, honest, reliable, up-to-date
CLOTHING, at never
touched low water mark prices
catch the people.
Good watch with every $10.00
cash purchase given you abso
GfliaJSiil ft WESGOTT.
Go to Butlor for tho bost in saddlery
Miss Joslo Norris is tho guost of Miss
Emma Graves this week.
Mrs. Homer Sherwood returned
homo Tuesday after 11 visit with friends
Cal. Kenady of Holyoko, Colorado,
camo in Sunday and visited with his
pin outs noitli of town.
Notick Tho city oil wagon will not
niiiko its usual tiip on Monday, July 4.
Get your cans tilled on Saturday.
Mi IV K. MuFarlaud and children
of llolyokc, Colorado, have been tho
guests of C. F. Cather and family.
ti.a Ailn Cimilulil. who has boon
visiting with L. I). Oatman and family
left Monday for her homo at Mindon.
MissGraco Hussong of Fianklin is
visiting this week with her now nicco
at her brother's, L. A. Hussong's,
Our fornior townsman, Poto Shcn,
passed through tho city Wednesday
night on his way to his homo at Or
loans, after n trip oast.
Miss Nottlo Huramoll loft Monday for
Lincoln, whoro sho will moet her sister
Cavrio, and thoy will spond tho wool:
at tho Omaha exposition.
Tho country pooplo prefer colobrat
lng in tho country this year, as thoy
aro preparing for picnics to bo hold at
i. -1 -.- All CulnHnti'a
Hummers grovo and at Alf Saladon's
V. H. Scrivner, real estate man,
will sell your farm for you for a rea
sonable por cent, or will trado your
farms for Missouri lands. Address, V.
H. Scrlvnor, Kod Cloud, Nobr.
During tho lain storm on last Friday
night tho now house of James Amack,
living south of tho river in Knmas, was
struck by lightning, a siigni (iniuiigu
to tho iluo was about all tho harm
From present Indications there will
not bo a corporals puard left in Red
Cloud to eo'.ebrnto tho Glorious Fourth.
Every body and Ills wife, bost girl or
sweetheart aro making arrangoinents
to colohrato out of town 0110 year.
Tho 100 Cubans who jolnod forces
with tho United States marines, when
a landing was offocted at Giiantanamo,
near Santiago, fought gallautly and
vondored groat asslstanco, especially
in throwing up intronchmonts, In
which work they aro particularly ex
J. 0. B 11 tlor's 'goods aro iip-to-dnto.
Mrs. Geo. Rodgors of Lincoln
rived in tho city Saturday night
visit with L. H. Fort and family.
Notice Tho city oil wagon will not
mako its usual trip 011 Monday, July 4.
Git jour cans tilled on Satuulay.
Mrs Juno Kirk wood who has been
visiting old f 1 lends heio tho past week
loft Thursday night for California.
J. O Lindloy returned WednoMl-i
uvuuing from 11 tup to Omaha whom
ho had been seeing the sights of tho ex
position. Tho Union Fire Insurance Company
is tho best mutual. Combine risks; in
installments 3 per cent. J. II. Smith,
The Red Cloud hand will give a din
ner and flipper for the benefit of tho
organisation noxt Saturday in tho old
As will be scon 011 tho last pago of
this papor, Ked Cloud will have a
morry-go-round for a couple of weeks
commencing next Friday.
Write to J. Francis, General Passen
ger agent Burlington Route, Omaha,
for handsomo 82-pago pamphlet de
scriptive of tho Trans-Mississippi Ex
Mrs. S. M. Walker stato president of
tho W. C. T. U. gavo a very ploasant
nnd instructive lecturo at tho M. E.
church last Monday night which was
M i:UU MNNTION.
Tlins Auld i". in Deiivur
Mi" A A. Pope Is home fiom her
Miner Bios, stows biii'dlng Is being
neatly painted this week.
Mrs. Albeit Gteeu leturned last
night ft 0111 1111 eastern visit.
Walter Rohy, who has been braking
on the Coloindo Midl'ind is here.
Mm. W. 11. Tlininis nriived home
f'-om an eastern nip Wednesday night..
For lire, lightning and tot undo Insur
ance on faun and city propi tty see L.
l!iiuie..s hat will wear, keep Its
bhape and look neat is tho kind made
by J 0 Butler.
Mis. Clias. Mllligan and children of
Oxfoid anived in the city Satutilny on
ti visit to friends.
Geo. Coon added this week a patent
labor saving hay sficker to His nlioady
well equipped faun.
Mis CIihs Putter and her mother,
Mm. I S. Beul, arrived homo Wednes
day night from the exposition
Notick--Tho city ail wagon will not
make its muni trip on Mondy,,July 4
(Jet your cans tilled on Satuulay
Miss I'm Mter leturned S.itiiidny
night from Chicago where he has been
taking 11 course of instruction in voice
A good many 111 e still in an ears on
subscription who might just as woll
pay up now ami take advantage of our
otTer of ptemiums.
Tho ladies of tho Cliistian chinch
will give a social in tho couit house
jiuil tins evening tor tho purpose of
raising funds to inaku lepairs on their
"I have mod Chamberlain's Cough
;& Remedy In my iamiiy lor years ami al
ways with good lesults," sa)sMr. W
B Cooper of El Rio, Cal. "For small
children wo llnd it especially ciTootivo."
For Sale by II. E Giice.
Wc will pay a, salary of ?IG 00 per
week and expenses for man with rig
to introduce our Poultry Mixture nnd
Insect Destroyer In tho country. Rof-
ounces reunited. Addiess, witli stamp
Pr.itFKCTioN Mho. Co , Paisons, Kan
(Jen. Camnos savs Spain should not
abandon Cuba with 150,000 Spanisli
troops on tho island. Campos marched
ngainst the Insurgents with the Span
ish host, but wns badly defeated in the
bicgest battlo.of tho wnr. Ills memory
seems to bo short.
Tho city should tako a lesson from
thocausoof tho uinaway of Mr. Car
penter's team hiBt Wednesday evening
and II x sacets so thev could bo travel
ed over cast and west as well as north
and south. This street referred to Is
not tho or.lyono In this condition, nson
most streets whoro work hns boon done
this same state of t Hairs exist.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postofllco at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending Juno 80th,
Myeis, L. 1). Moiison, A. E.
Peitlson, J. Stevons, Iia F.
Thfsti letters will lie sent to the dead
letter olllu) July 11th, if not called for
before. When calling for abovo plcnso
say advottiseil. 1'. C. Hagkeu, P. M.
k)l make the (nod pure,
wlmlf ome anil delicious.
ROYAl MKUlO PO0CR CO.. (W OKK.
.MOUE OK IjlCSaiLMOItSONAL.
Kansas City tho
CHAS. WIENER, Plica. F. W. COWDEN, Seo.
A. U. KALEY, TitEAB.
Our liaby has been continually tioub-'
led with cholera and eholeia infantum
since his birth, nnd all that wo could
do for him diil not Mnm togivomoie
than temporary lelief, until wo tiled
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. Since giving that rem
idy he lies not boon tumbled. Wo
want to give you this testimonial as an
evidence of our gratitude, not that you
need It to adveitiso your meiitorious
remedy. G. M. Law, Keokuk, Iowa
For sale by II. E. Grico.
Tho social given by tho Baptist ladies
last Friday evening for tho purposo of
raising tho necessary funds to ropalnt
their church building was quite liber
ally patronized nnd a neat sum was
Horace Spanoglo arrived in tho city
last Sunday evening fiom Clydo, Kan
sas, where he has been for some time,
and departed Tuesday for Lead City,
South Dakota, where ho has accepted a
position ou tho Load City Call, which
is published by A, C. Potter, formerly
of this city.
A London dispatch ((noting from tin
nrticlo in tho London Spectator says;
"Tho Americans, with tho position ,
thoy assume in the world as protectors
of two continents, need a lleut as largo
us that of Fiance, an army of 50,000
moti so ovor-olllceied in all grades and
so over-supplied with artillery, otigl
ueuis and transports, that it can bo ex
panded at a mouth's notico with train
ed reservists to 150,0C0 men,"
Did You Take
through the winter? If so, we
are sure it quieted your cough,
healed the rawness in your
throat, increased your weight,
gave you more color, and made
you feel better in every way.
But perhaps your cough has
come back again, or you are get
ting a little thin and pale.
Then, why not continue the
same helpful remedy right
through the summer? ft will do
you as much good as when the
weather is cold.
Its persistent use will certainly
give you a better appetite and a
It will cure your
weak throat and heal
your inflamed lungs.
It will cure every case
of consumption, when
a cure is possible.
Don't be oersuaded
to take something they say is just
SCOTT A Bowhk, QbtaUU, f.Y.
Pond was in
Win llelTelhowor is visiting in Liu
coin and Omaha this week.
Mis. Lou Vance of Hastings is hero
vi iting old f 1 lends and relatives.
Notick All persons aro foi bidden
to hunt or shoot In my pasture. C. 11.
Foi lire, lightning and tornado insur
ance on faun and city piopoity see L.
Albeit nnd Samuel Wiight lottirncd
fiom Floionce, Colorado, tho llrst of
Tlio county central committee will
meet in this city on Saturday, July 1,
at V o'clock.
Maik Pinko, atpiesent winking out
of McCook on tho B & M. was in the
The little six-months old child of Mr.
and Mis. J II. Detiuan, living north of
town died last Friday night.
NoTicn Tlio city oil wagon will not
niiiko its usual tiip on Monday, July 4.
Get your cans tilled on Saturday.
R. T. Potter left Sunday night for
Salt Lake Utah, where ho will spotlit a
couple of months visiting relatives.
Good workmanship and material
in harness is tho samo as In other
goods. J. O. Butler's goods have both.
T. J. Turner of Kansas City is bote
again to buy mules, big horses and
light cavalry horses. Bring to City
Win. Short who hns been conlluod to
his home for several months past was
tnkon to Kntisas City Tuesday whoro
ho will undergo a suiglcal operation
Col. Wiggins accompanied him.
Tho Madrid story that tho South and
Central America republics are about to
form an nllianco against tho United
States is pronounced absolutely falso
by diplomatic icpreseutatlves of those
countries in Washington.
.1. F. Docker livinc threo mllos oast
of town wns kicked by a horso ou Wed
nesday and tho bones of his loft leg
wore badly shattered. Drs. McKochy
and Beck fixed up tho damage as well
as could bo expected under tho circum
stances. A good many citizens who tako an
inteiesl in seeing that our city is kept
in a healthy condition havo cleaned up
their premises and tho alleys adjoining.
There aro still some few laggards who
should follow tho good example anil
Monkv to Loan Money to loan in
any amount on approved real estate
security at lowest into of interest and
must fiivfirnhla torms of payment. En
quire of or address F. E. (Jowlk, at tho
ofllco of tho Trndor's Lumber Co., Red
Wo will for tho next ton days supply
any ono paying us a year In ndvanco on
The Chiek with a Colortypo picture of
tho battlo ship Maine, size 10x25; ready
for framing. Thcsonro lino and you
should got ono at onco. Copies can bo
had also for 50 cents in cash.
Died, at tho rcsulonco of J. II. Bailoy
in this city Mr. Eugono P. Thomas, on
Tuesday, Juno 28. Tho fuuoral ser
vices woro hold from tho resldonco of
Mr. Bailoy of whom docoased was a
brother-in-law on Thursday morning,
and interment took placo nt Guide
Rock, Rev. Geo O. Yoisor conducted
A potition was circulated nmong our
business houses Thursday for tho pur
poso of raising tho necessary funds to
pay for sprinkling tho streets. It was
hut a small task after tho dusty weath
er of tho past week, and now the
sprinkler is doing a good job and a per
son can walk the stieets without get
ting a "craw" full of dust.
"During tho hot woathor last summer
I had a sovoio attack of cholera mor
bus, necessitating my leaving my bus
iness," says Mr. C. A. Haro, of ilaro
Bios., Fincastlo, Ohio. "After taking
tWO 01' tlllOO U08C8 OI Uliniliui'iiuiun
Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy
I was completely relloved nnd In a few
hours was fcblo to resumo my work in
tho store. I slnceioly mcomnifuil It
to any ono nilllctcd with stomach or
bowol trouble." For sale by H. E.
Vi A ?,jVj iiXi 'V " ''' t M.Vtfl- J'i f ! f ,Jd .'' i 'if t ttti ,,ilVi
Wiener's Old Stand. Voir Hcndy for Business.
Wc will always bo
Boy's and Children's
headquarters for Men's
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Furnishing Goods, Etc.
We most respectfully ask a fair shareof pat
ronage from the people of Red Cloud and Web
We have no Gold Bricks to sell'.
Honest business methods will be our stock in
Goods sold at one price and marked in plain
Give us a trial.
Special announcement later.
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Tho band concert last Saturday ovo
niug was a pleasaut surpriso to
many of our citizens, and many woro
tho words of praiso heard of tho
excellent music rondeiod by tho band,
it having had but ono week's practice
As ono goutlomnn remarked, "Red
Cloud hns tho material and should
havo ono of tho best bands in tho Etato,
and tho citizens should holp them.
McCook Is a town well known all over
this statu and several others simply
through its unnd, and thoio is no ion
son why Red Cloud should not enjoy a
liko reputation. Tho boys will give a
dinner ami supper tomoriow, Satur
day, and ovoryouo should help thorn
Tho city authorities navo had con
siderable trouble during tho past week
to koop a sufllcieut supply of water on
hand to supply tho demand of tho city.
Tho capacity of tho wells were found
to bo incapnblo and it was necessary to
48th birthday was at hand, nnd desir
ing to romlud her of that event, togeth
er with tho fact that ovory member of
tho Dogroo appreciates her unswerv
ing fidelity to tho ordor, and her efforts
to build the lodgo up- and mako It ono
of tho best in tho city, thoroforo thoy
decided on giving her a grandjsurpriso
and did so thoroughly. Thoy did not
forget to bring along a lino chair as a
souvenir of tlioir estooin, also plenty
of Ice cream and cake. Tho members
stayed until a Into hour oujpyHg tho
hospitality of Sister Pond. It was a
very ploasant ovont and will bo remem
bered many moons by all piesent.
Tho war fovor has llnally struck this
city. A. A. Haddon, a recruiting of
ficer of Co. I, Third Rogimont, (Brynns
Nebraska VnlmUeers, arrived in tho
city last Monday on a search for re
cruits, and although some thought ho
had a discouraging job in front of him
ho soon convinced the pooplo that Red
turn tho crook In. It is supposed to be 1 Oloutl had several young, men who
duo to the overuse of water by our citi
zens during tho hot dry dnys, ind tho
uso of water for sprinkling lawns, etc
on othor than tho times spoeiliod in the
city ordinance. Tho timo has also
boon changed this week nnd a hoavy
lino attached. Tho hours for sprink
ling lawns, etc. under tho now ordin
ance printed elsowhero In this issue aro
from 0 to 7 a. m. and from 0 to &pm.
and a lino not to oxceod 810 is the-pen
alty for uso other than theso houus.
Allon Carpontor has commenced to
boliovo in tho old saying that trouble
novor comes singly. LnBt Sunday
morning ho aroso and found that ono
of his lino driving horsos hail got looso
and becomo tangled in barb wiro dur
ing tho night and had been severely cut.
On Wednesdny ovonlng whllo out driv
ing whllo attempting to cross tho ditch
... i .
on fcirst avonuo ami oowaru sireoi,.
made by the recent grading on Seward
meet, his buggy roacUbroko, fright
ening tlio team which ran away, and
llnally lauded among the trees in front
of thotesidonco of Aaron Conoverwith
a result of ono horse breaking his nock
and dying instantly and tho other be
ing crippled In such a shupo as to ren
der him practically useless for fuither
runaways. Mr. Carpenter was tin own
out and dragged qulto a dlstanco but
received no Injury other than a few
bruises and a severo shaking up.
' On Inst Monday evening tho mem
bers of Red Cloud Lodge, No. 1)3, D. of
H., turned out in fort'o for tho purposo
of giviug thoir woithy Chief of Honor,
Mrs. Kato Pond, a grand surpriso party.
Tho members betas ever mindful that-!
I time U Hooting and that Suter Pond'i
were willing: to go to tho aid of Undo
Sam. In a short timo ho had succeed
ed in enrolling tho names of Waller El
Hot, Molvin McCortl, Harry Brown,.
Herbert Burner, John Pegg, Charley
Hunt, Vern Olmsieadv Bon Collins mid
John Dickenson. The boys departed
on Tuesday morning for Alma where
thoy wore givou a. preliminary examin
ation nt which all passed- On Wednes
day morning Mol MeCord who was
chosonjiergoant at tho company elec
tion, returned to thU city for more re
cruits and succeeded la enrolling Lcs
lio Grn-vos, Ckas, Perry, John Joiter,
WaltorCollliw. and "Victor Scott, mak
ing in all fourtoon from, this city. Tho
boys woro heard from nt Alma and
woro all onftiying themtolves hugely,
the citizens of that placo seeing to it
that thoy got plenty to eat nnd that
tluir timo was pleasantly spent, before
their dopurturo for Omaha yostcrday
morning,, whora thoy will llnally bo
niustorod In tho service. As yet it Is
not known where tho Third Nobraska
icgimeutwill go, but present mdlca
tlous point toward it bolug sent to tho
J. II. Smith writes combined insur
ance for a term of llvo years at b por
cent. On schools houses, churches nnd
farm property on the installment plan.
Dropiilm a card at Rod Cloud, .Nob.
Rod Cloud Creamery opouod up
Wo will honor any check issuod
by tho Croamery Co.
Galusha. & Wmcott.
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