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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1898)
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Royal makes tb food pur,
wholesome and dellcloui.
ROmUKINO POWDtA CO., htw YORK.
Joo Utah' is in Omnha this week see
ing the exposition.
G. V. Cook left Wednesday for
Council Bluffs, Iown.
Dr. Damorell of the Hastings asylum
was horo tho first of tho wcok.
Ed Pulsipher of Hastings was horo
tho lirst of tho week visiting old friends
Something now in heaters. "Tho
Retort". wCall at W. W. Wright's and
W. W. Wright has tho finest lino of
atoves in tho valloy. Call and sco
thorn and got prices.
Frank Stroblo left Thursday morn
ing for Omaha to tako in tho last days
of tho exposition.
Mrs.. Connor and Miss Fannio Sar
gent of Oregon arrived this wcok on a
visit with D. F. Trunkoy and family.
Robes, did you say? Plush robes,
dog robes, wolf robes, goat robes, lap
robes but no MIC-robcs, at J. O. But
ler's. r B. F. Boynton and wlfo of Hock Falls
Illinois, who visited horo for several
tlayj, loft Tuesday for their homo in
If you want a good cheap heator this
wintor, call at W. W. Wright's and seo
tho now "Retort" heater. Burns slack
nnd keeps ilro forty-eight hours.
Got your salo bills prlntod at this of
fice nnd tho nnuouncoment of salo will
bo printed in tho paper during tho
time preceding tho salo day freo of
Wo havo GOO suits to show you in
men's sizes from 35 to 48 at from $5.00
to 810 00. All now, stylish, elegant
made, porfoct fitting, Galusha &
Frank Anson of Hastings, who was
lujurod in the Indiauola wreck, was
hero Tuesday and 'his many friends
hero aro glad to seo that ho is ablo to
bo around again.
Tho W. C. T. U. quartorly mass
meeting will bo hold at tho Christian
church on Sunday ovoning, October 80.
Rov. Dean will deliver tho address.
An invitation is oxtonded to all.
Correct Underwriting in all its
branches. Over twenty-fivo years ox-
porionco. Old lino nnd mutual com
panies represented. Nono but tho
best. Call nnd seomo. Ciias. Schakk
nit, Red Cloud, Nob.
For broken surfacos, sores, insoct
bites, burns, skin diseases and espec
ially piles, thoro is ono roliablo remedy
DeWitt's Witch Hazol Salvo. When
you call for DeWitt'a don't accept
counterfeits or frauds. You will not bo
disappointed with DoWitt's Witch Haz
cl salvo. O. L. Cotting.
Our littlo boy was nfllictcd with
rheumatism in his kneo; pnd at times
unnblo to put his foot to tho floor. Wo
tried in vain, everything wo could hear
of that wo thought would holp him.
Wo almost gave up in despair, when
some ono advised us to tryvChambcr
Inin's Pain Balm. Wo did so and tho
first bottlo gnvo so much telief thai wo
got a socond ono, and to our surprise it
cured him sound nnd well. J. T. Bays,
Pastor Christian Churoh, Ncodeshn,
Kansas. For salo by H. E. Grico.
5 I tm still idling The "Beit "Tonic. nd S
S3 reljerate my former (titemeni as to lis world. S
S 1 1 every one coul J know It at I '', you would i.
C be unable to supply the demi . I believe r.
M It lived my wife's life." Joseph II, Lull,
M Orotzlit, Bridgeport, Conn. S3
S At all drus itorei.
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Goo. R. McCrtary of Bluo Hill wns
"Snap" In duok lined coats at Ga
lusha A Wcscott's.
O. L. Popo nnd wlfo of Bluo Hill
wero horo this wook.
Tho salo of tickets forTuojday nlghta
excursion was sixty-six.
Perry Boardsloy left Monday morn
ing for a visit to Thayor, Iowa.
Chnrloy Mungor and Mrs. Sanford
Fox aro visiting in Lincoln and Omaha.
Mr. nnd Mrs. O.J. Popo aro in tho
city again nftor nn nbsonco of sovornl
Havo you soon J. 0. Butlor'snow lino
of5-Ahorso blaukots, fur and plush
Wantkd To leaso a good plnno on
reasonable terms. P. A. Wells, Rod
Don't buy a steel rnugo or cook stovo
until you seo W. W. Wright nnd got
Wo hnvo tho best rubber lined duck
coat in tho town for 81.50. Galusha
Chns. SohalTnit is tho only exclusive
fire, lifo and accident insuranco agent
in Webster county.
Childron's mitts well linod nt 20o.
Men's gloves nnd mittens nt 25c. Ex
tra good values at 25o.
Mouoy to loan on real cstato at low
rates. Can furnish money samo day
of application. C. W. Kalev.
Special salo on robes, blankots and
all wintor goods beginning September
25th for 80 days only. J. O. Butlek.
Chas. Schaffnlt writes insurance on
farm nnd city proporty against tiro,
lightning and tornadoos at lowest ratos.
t. M. McCrillis who hns boon horo
for 8omo timo past visiting with his son
Ed. left Tuesday morning for hls.homo
Tho Union Firo Insuranco Company
is tho best mutual. Combine risks; in
installments 8 per cent. J. II. Smith,
D. F. McFarlnnd, nssistnnt superin
tendent of the B. & M. with hondqunr
tors nt Holvoko. Colorndo. was hero
this week greeting old friends.
D. F. Parker and wife, nftor n visit
hero with T. C. Hacker and family,
left Wednesday by wny of Kansas City
for their homo in San Francisco, Cal
ifornia. Children's middy and vesteo suits
are tho correct things for littlo folks.
Sizes from 21 to 7 years. Elegnnt
things nt correct prices at Galusha &
L. A. Hussong, secretary and treas
urer of tho soventh district of tho No
braska Christian Missionary society
was attending tho annual convention
at Harvard this week.
J. H. Smith writes combined insur
anco for a torm of fivo years at 8 per
cont. On schools houses, churches and
farm property on tho installment plan.
Drop him a card at Red Cloud, Neb.
Tho young son of Wm. Wolfo was
badly cut about tho faco by running
against n strand of barb wiro which
was stretched to keep cnttlo out of his
yard at his rcsidouce in tho south ward.
Ai'i'LES Fou Sale: Wo havo at tho
farm ono milo southeast of Northbranoh
Kansas, about 800 bushels of apples
which wo will sell from fifty cents to
$1 por bushol, nccording to sizo and
quality. Dillon Nokseky Co.
Mrs. Al Tulleys was tho victim of nn
almost fatal caso of poinning tho last
of tho wook using carbolio acid undor
tho direction of a lrcal doctor. A phy
sician was hastily summoned nnd nftor
several hours atteudanco brought her
around all right.
Tho republican meeting at Bluo Hill
which was addrossud by Hon. Qoo. D.
Moiklojohn was well attended although
tho weather was vory inoloment. Tho
church which will hold somo three
hundrod was comfortably soatod and
much onthuBiasm was manifest.
Ono Minuto Cough Curo surprisos
peoplo by its quick cures and ohildron
may tako it in largo quantities without
ho least dangor. It has won for itself
tho best reputation of any preparation
used today for colds, croup, tickling in
tho throat or obstinato coughs. 0. L.
Mrs. Daniol Schwartz, sister of Mrs
E. McFarland, who arrived hero somo
timo ago from Now Ynik on a visit, is
mourning tho loss of hor infant daugh
tor Anna who died from whooping
cough on Tucsdaytovenlng. Tho fune
ral services wcro held on Thursday
On Monday ovoning, Octobor 21th at
7 p.m. occurred tho marriago of Robt.
A. Potts and Miss Ida Del ahoy at tho
homo of tho brido's parents in Bluo
Hill, Nebraska, Rev. G. W. Hummol
officiating. Only tho immcdlato rela
tives and filuuds of tho family weio
proson to witness tlm ceremony. Mr.
Potts will immediately remove to n
farm four miles east of Bluo Hill where
they will bo at homo to thoir friends.
Wo extend congratulations.
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF,
J. C. Uulcomb
of Nelson was horo
Mr. nnd Airs. Homer Sherwood wore
in Oniahalhis wook.
M. B. Edloninu of Lincoln was horo
tho first of tho wook.
O. E. Rauioy loft tho first of tho wook
for n visit at Winchester, Vn.
Mnndolbnums hog salo is on Satur
day, Novombor 5, in Red Cloud.
Mrs. Anna Cathor left Monday morn
ing to visit with frlouds at Omaha.
Mon's duck lined pants aro tho stud
for work pants, nt Galusha& Wcscott's.
Boots, shoes, nrctics, rubbon, leg
gins, over galtei8 nt Galusha & Wcs
cott's. Get your salo bills printed at this of
fice and you will receive n notice in tho
Goo. J. Kolloge; of Jnnesvlllo. Wis
consin, is horo visiting his brother W.
J. L, GraudstaiT, caudltlnto for repre
sentative ou the populist ticket was in
tho city this wcok.
Notice to Fahmeus: I want to rent
n good faun for ono year or moro U.
11. Haskins, Red Cloud, Nob.
J. D. Storey, Rucl Hurd, Les Adam
son, Lou and Tom Beat of Cowlcs took
in tho cheap excursion to Omaha this
A saving of fuel now days is ono of
tho things to look nftor nnd tbnt won
derful "Rotort" hontor nt W. W.
Wrights fills tho bill.
A good many aro still in arroars on
subscription who might just as well
pay up now nnd tako advantngo of our
offer of premiums.
Mrs. Nettio Barton who has boon
visiting somo timo past with L. H. Rust
nnd wife left Mondny for her homo nt
D. M. Ablo nftor spending a fow days
horo with his family roturned to Iown
Tuesday night. Ho will soon tako his
old position at the depot hero.
Not less than ten per cunt saved to
you on ovory shirt and drawer you buy
of us. Look at drawers or undershirts
at 25c, 35o nnd 50c GALUIHA & Wks
cott. Old fashions in dress may bo revived
but no old-fashioned medicino can re
placo Cbnmberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. For snlo,by
11. E. Grico.
Mrs. Doan of Crete, mother of Rev.
Frank W. Dean arrived in tho city
Wcdncsdny evening on. a visit to he
sou nnd to bo present at tho ordination
of her son ns a ministor of tho gospel..
Reliable Salesman Wanted Wo
do not promiso groat riches but can
make it an object to tho right man to
soil our lubricating oils and greases.
Address us at onco. TnB Euclid Oil
Company. Cleveland, Ohio.
List of lettors remaining uncalled for
at tho postofliccat Rod Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending Oct. 27th,
Brown, Ernest . Petorson, Jons P.
These letters will bo sent to tho dead
letter oflico Nov. 10th, if not called for
before. When calling for abovo please
say advertised. T. C. Hackek.P. M.
Ct.osino Oct Sale I havo decided
to close out my entiro stock of dry
goods, boots, shoes, lints, caps, notions,
groceries, hardware, qucensware and
salt. I must sell to pay indebtedness.
It will pay ovory farmer to call in and
got some of those bargains. I will soil
my entiro stock at n big discount for
cash. A good chance for somo ono
with cnpltal to ongago in business. I
will sell tho building or ront it. G. A.
Hahui8, Cowlcs, Nebraska.
m B -5
Tested and Tried
For 25 Years
Would you fool porfootly
eafo to put all your money
in a now bank? Ono you
havo just heard of?
But how about an old
bank? Ono that has dono
business for ovor a quartor
of a oontury ? Ono that has
always kopt Its promises?
Ono that novor failed ; novor
misled you In any way?
You oould trust euoh a bank,
of OOD-LIVBR OIL WITH
HYPOPHOSPHITES Is Just
liko such a bank. It ha8 novor
disappointed you, novor will.
It haB novor dooolvod you,
Look out that somo on a
dooo not try to tnauo you
2 inTTiaf mt linnif.h In n. nnw !'
v tonio. eomo now xnodioino
& TrMi imftw nnflilnrr of.
50c and $i.coj all druggists.
V rr'ATT ft. tirtlVtJP rktmllll NW Yrtrlf.
FRIDAY, OCT. 28,
THE WEEK'S HAPPENINGS.
E. H, Fort is nn Omaha slghUoor this
Attend tho blooded hog salo on Sat
urday, November 5.
Mrs. Wobbormlu loft Tuesday for
Bello l'lnlno, Minnesota.
Miss Dolllo Shophnrdson wns in tho
city tho first of tho wook.
Chris Fnsslor of bluo Hill was In tho
olty this wook on business.
L. II. Rust is taking in tho exposition
this wook for tho sccontl timo.
A tlno baby daughter arrlvod nt tho
homo of Win. Eanios last week.
T. II. Fisher of Denver is visiting
with D. 11. Spanoglo and family.
Mrs. Huff ami daughtot roturned
Wednesday night from n visit in Kan
sas. Host clay worsted suit on earth for
$7.50. Plain black, at (ialushn & Wos-
Win. Lindloy of Lebanon Kansas wns
in tho city this week visiting with his
Miss Nclllo Clark of McCook has
boon visiting in tho city this wook with
Goo. Hollistcr of tho round houso
forco has boon sont to McCook to holp
with tho work up thoro.
F. N. Pottor of Spoarfish. South Da
kota, and editor of tho Register was
hero tho last of tho wook.
'Hugh Minor and wlfo loft Tuesday
night for Omaha to tako in tho ox
position during its last days.
Dowoy novor sunk a Spanish ship
nny moro effectively tlinn wo havo
sunk prices bolow our competition.
Galusha & Wescott.
Boforoyou buy a honting stovo soo
Hint "Retort" heater nt Wright's hard
wnro store. It Is n wondorful boat
producer and savor of fuel.
aaniorti vox ami win. Wolfo are
reported to havo boon almost asphyxi
ated by gas whilo sloopiug in tho John
Aultz rooming houso at Omaha.
V. H. Scrivnor, real cstato man,
will soil your farm for you for u rea
sonablo por cont, or will trade your
farms for Missouri lands. Address, V.
II. Scrivnor, Red Cloud, Nobr.
Wo opon this week moro men's, boys
und children's caps at loss prices than
ovor oponcd in nny ono store in No
braska. Littlo on tho yellow ordor,
this statement, but can provo It. Great
lino at 25c Galusha & Wescott.
Services of ordination of Rov. Frank
W. Doan as a minister of tho gospel
wero conducted nt tho Congregational
church yesterday afternoon. Sovornl
pastors from other places wero present
and took part In tho ceremony,
A pair of "soilod doves" ontertainod
somo of tho high collared youth of our
city this week. A free-for-all-fight was
ono part of tho entertainment on last
night but tho high collars saved thoir
faces by taking a snoakboforo tho row
Call and seo tho beet Improvement
in tho pantry lino nt th( Gulliford
building wost of tho Holland House.
Mr. W. O. Norval tho salesman, will bo
in on Saturdays only and exhibit tho
articlo. It Is ono of tho most handy
articles of tho kind wo hnvo ever. soon.
Among tho many who took tho ex
cursion train on Tucseny night tho fol
lowing persons wero noticed: John
Griffith, Al. McClintook, C. D. Robin
son, Will Parker, Richard and Ray
Tenant, C. B. Crone, S. F. Spokesiiold,
Mrs. E. J. Overing, Frank Alios, Ralph
Bcnlo, Bon McCune, J. II. Smith, Laura
Smith, Mrs. A. R. Roynolds, J. O.
Lindloy, Georgo Law, Samuol Spry,
II. C. Scott, Georgo Scott nnd Bert
Tho best rnlly hold by tho republi
cans horo this campaign was hold in
tho oporn houso last Friday aftornoou.
A good crowd was prosont and ad
dresses woro made by Judgo Hay ward,
candidato for governor; Geo. A. Mur
phy, candldato for lieutenant governor:
N. D. Jackson, candldato for attornoy
goner al; A. F. Williams, candidato for
land commissioner; Capt. G. E. Adams,
candidato for congress nnd W. E. An
drows. Wo call special attention to tho an?
uouncoment of the annual salo of Reg
istered Poland China Swine in Rod
Cloud Nebraska on November 5, 1808.
This salo comprisns tho tops of Mr. J,
Mandelbaum's 1808 crop of pigs, and
ovory animal offered will bo a strictly
first class individual. No culls or poor
animals offeicd. Mr. Mandelbaum's
grand success in tho show ring nt tho
Trnus-Mississippl Exposition is suf
ficient ovidouco that his lino of bleed
ing is strictly first class as ho was com
pelled to compote with tho best in tho
world. Mr. Mandelbaum's hold has
boon selected by tho United States gov
ernment to be apart of its exhibit to
tho Pai is exposition in 1000, In view
of the fact of suoh recognition wo rec
ommend to our farmers and stockmen
such nil oppoi tunlty to secure somo of
this blood should bo takon advantage
of by attending tho salo, Noto tho
dato and terms of salo.
1 SUITS and ' I
1 OVERCOATS. 1
m Our stock of Suits and Overcoats is hu
W composed largely of the well known M
make of q
$ HAQT ws
jf HAIT t $
ti . p
torn They do not cost any more than the jjtj
IftJ indifferent grades of clothing hand- U$
j$ led by most ftores. Every suit and M
ffk ovcrcoas of this make is fully ouar- W-
in spending your
class of clothing.
Can You Ask for
One Price. I
I Cooiden-Haley Glothing Go. 1
Spectacles! Spectacles! Spectacles!
Bo flttod ncouratoly, porfootly nnd spoodlly by ono who can do it.
LATEST GRADUATE OPl'ICIAN. I havo tho finest and most nomploto
trial caso for tosting tho oyes in tho valloy. Am better equipped for and
do the optical business of this county. Will lit you hotter and choapcr
ban can bo dono elsowhoro.
MM m mum W IWtontlf M .1 10 lrt-fc W Mm H (Ma
it ii j
meridians, it indicates n defect of sight Mm r Ring. Baoast Pins laud IBraco
! that ouuei nervous hcad-acho and should '"ado while you wait. Engrav-
Lo corrected at onco. Eyes tested free. ing dono also whilo you wait.
Watch examiner for B. & M.
eity Bmv and
ROSS Ot RIFB, PROS,
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowe9tJ
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAUS EXPRESS CO.
YOU - ARE - CORDIALLY - INVITED
TO BECOME E MEMBER OF THE
HOME HEALTH CLUB.
(Cut this out nnd send it with ono dollar to tho Inter-Ocean
pany, Chicago, Illinois.)
THE INTER OOEAN PUB. OO.
I hereby accept the invitation to become a member of the Home
Health Club and I enclose herewith one dollar to pay for one year's sub'
scription to the Weekly Tnter-Occan,'which, I understand, entitles me lo a
lfc membership, a record number, and a copy oj Volumn 1 of the Home
Health Club books price fl.00) free of charge.
Town or City
One of tho most practical and
its readers by any novspiipor. Not
in tho paper each week, but tho subscriber Ih pruSuuted, fr
ueautliui noiii uounu uoni;, wonu mm
great olub. Subscribe ut once and got
absolutely safe fjtt
money for this
A Good Alarm Clook for 75o.
When you como to buy this clock
you will find that I hnvo thorn nnd
will uot try to sell you something
higher priced. You will find nil I
offer for salo equally cheap, such ns
t)NE AND EIGHT DAY CLOCKS,
Willi do your complicated watch
i work cliantmr nnil hnttnr f.hnn It. nun
Jeweler und Graduate Optician.
beneficial courses of study ovor offered In
only nio thoio a soiies of praatlpni lessons
the groat Ivssoit:
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