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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1899)
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Nothing is moro import-
ant for thn nrAAArvfttlon 4
of good health and cloar J
Dusinoss juagmcui man 4
Iealous caro of tho eyes. J
lofoUivo vision produc J
os irritation and nor 4
vousnoss, and in this J
condition no porson is ,
capablo of giving to bus- 4
iness matters or to the J
ordinary affairs of life !
tho attontion necessary
to success. Perfect fat J
ling glasses win ovui-
ponio nature's defects. 4
You can hnvo your eyes J
examined freo by 1
j Newhouse Bros., J
1 Bring ui your Watch, Clock and Jewelry J
work. We do the bcit work. j
Graduate Refracting Opticians
and Jewelers. 4
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Sam Temple is home after a trip to
Take your harness repairing to Fogel
Tho CniEF and Chicago Inter Ocoan
ono year for 11.25.
Tho shoo store of Berg & Smith has
boen neatly papered.
If you want anything in tho harness
lino see Fogol and Hutchison.
Giul Wanted Good girl wanted at
Star bakery. No other need apply.
Jewoler Catchadol and Honry Bird
wero here from Guldo Rook Sunday.
Charloy McManigal is again holding
down tho position of night oporator
Dr. Croighton was looking after pro
fessional business at Mt. Glare Wed
nesday. Farm loans at low rates of Interest.
Loans closocd on day of application.
-C. W. Kaloy.
Mrs. Drew of Republican City was
visiting with the family of Park Perry
Mrs. A. G. Barbor of Colorado Springs
is horo visiting her sister-in-law Mrs.
L. A. Hussoug.
Call on G. W. Dow when in want of
now or second hand plows, harrows,
cultivators, listors or buggies.
It will bo to your interest to seo mo
if you want a pump wind mill or nny
thing in that lino. Jas. Peterson.
Emma Jernborg of Denver, sister of
Mrs. Oscar Anderson, nnd n former
resident of this city is visiting horo,
John Tulleys, who is holding down
a position on tho Daily Call at Lead,
South Dakota, arrived homo Saturday
on a visit.
D. M. Abel left tho last of tho week
to visit with his mother and other
friends in Cedar Rapids and other
points in Iowa.
August Lautorbach of Colby, Kan-
sas, ti formor old resident of this city
wus horo this week visiting friends aud
looking after property interests.
If our rendors want a cooking stovo
or range thoy should look over tho lino
koptbyW.W. Wright. Thoy have as
good an assortment as can bo found in
Tbe school board bavo boon promised
that tho opera houso can bo used by
them for tho commencement exorcises
and wo understand that tho rear exit
will bo fixed ub in a satisfactory man
ner. This is as it should bo.
Blue grass seed at Mitchell Bros.
Geo. Morhnrt was In Guldo Rock
Harnoss of all kinds at Fogel and
Soo W. W. Wright's lino of cooktng
stoves nnd ranges.
Turn Chief and tho Chicago Inter
Ocoan ono year for 11.25.
Soo tho flno lino of cooks and ranges
handled by W. W. Wright.
Special orders for cakes will bo
promptly filled by J. 0. Wiles.
L. M. Crabill has troatod his kack to
a now coat of glossy black paint.
Insuro with tho Pennsylvania Firo of
Philadelphia. W. L. McMillan, Agt.
Win, Outhwaito and Mrs. Kellogg
loft Thursday morning for Lincoln on
Mrs. Robinson mother of C. D. Rob
inson returned to Hastings tho last of
Abel Jernborg and family have re
moved to Holdrcgo whoro thoy will ro
sido in tho futuro.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilson parents of Mrs.
C. D. Robinson returned to their homo
at Blue Hill Saturday.
Only two moro weeks of school and
then tho festivo boy (and girl) and tho
fish polo will bo a common eight.
John Porson and wlfo loft Thursdny
morning for Galena, Kansas, whore
they will visit with Mt . Persons mother.
If you want your pump repaired or
pipe fixed I have a pump and wind mill
man that will do you a good job. Jas.
Mrs. Chas. L. Soaver of Colorado
Springs and Mr.' Ralph F. Still are vis
itors at the homo of their sister Mrs.
Goo. E. Shuto.
Elmor Tinker, a formor old Red
Cloud boy, who is now holding a posi
tion with tho B. & M. water service
was here this week.
Don't buy a rnngo or cooking stovo
until you examino tho lino kept by W.
W. Wright. Thoy aro of tho latest
pattern and built to do good cooking
nnd Bavo fuol.
Taken at night stops the eter
nal thinking by putting you
to sleep. It feeds your brain
X so that it recovers us tone s
r 1 for the next day's toil.
5 Alt druegtsts sell It. 5
By allowing tho accumulations in tho
bowles to remain in, tho ontiro system
is poisoned. DoWitt's Littio Early
Risers regulato tho bowles. Try them
and you will always uso them. C. L.
For Sale. Houso nnd lot, corner
Webster street nnd Fifth avonuo, con
taining 12 rooms and collarflalso barn
and lot. For further particulars, net
dross, L. Baum, No. 71 Potomao Avo.
Tho pcoplo living on "sacrod knob"
who havo no wells, had a good time
carrying water from tho wells in tho
"valley" tho foro part of tho week,
whilo tho water commissioner was
cleaning out tho well and standpipe.
R. L. Tinker of tho B. & M. water
sorvico has boon horo for sovoral days
superintending tho placing of a pump
in tho round houso to bo used in pump
ing water to bo usod in tho engines, tho
city supply having to bo shut of! on
account of shortago.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postofllcoat Rod Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ondlng May 18th,
Borry, Jas. B. Gifford, G.
Hartmnn, Chas. Saundors, Mrs.
These letters will bo sont to tho doad
letter ofllco Juno 1st, if not called for
before Whon calling f or abovo ploaso
say advertised. T. C. Hacker, P. M.
There is an inclination on' tho part
of somo to tli ink that tho shutting off
of tho B. & M. wator supply by tho city
was done in rotalintion of tho takiug
away of half of their round -house at
this place Howovor, wo can stato on
good authority that such is not tho
case. The wator ws shut off sololy
on account of tho shortago in tho sup
ply from tho wells, and tho crook wat
er being unlit for uso.
Thero aro sovoral pooplo living in
tho north part of town who aro Rotting
oxtromcly tired of putting in tho timo
between 0 and 8 a.m. and 0 and 8 p.m.
ohasiugcows out of thoir gardens and
lawns. Probably it would! bo a good
thing if tho mayor would givo somo
of.tho boys who drivo cows to pasturo
a notico to koop thoir cows in tho mid
dle of tho street or quit driving. Thoy
could easily do so. Thoro is no sonso
in having gardens, lawns and side
walks dostroyed in this manner and
people arcgotting tired of it.
Tho boys who wont to Cuba the
boys who didn't got scared and corao
baok homo whon thoy woro going to
got a chanco to soo sorvico tho boys
of Nebraska's third rogimont roturnod
to thoir different homos tho first of tho
week. A largo crowd assembled at tho
depot on Sunday evening to welcome
the boys home. Charloy Porry a mem
ber from horo did not return after tho
muster out but will return to Cuba
whoro it is said ho cau socuro a (rood
position. Lesiio Grnvos stopped off
oast to visit n sister. Thoso who ro
turned wero Molvln McCord, John
Pcgg, Al Groat, Harry Brown, Herb
unrui-r, r-rou Miner aim unnrioy uock
Tiik Chikk ?1.00 pur year.
Fresh hulk garden seeds. Mitcholl
Loavo your orders for lee cream at
tho Star Bakory.
For hand mado harnoss go to Fogel
Soo tho "American" hog fonco at
Mitcholl Bros. Best on oarth.
W. B. Roby is having his rosidonco
In tho first ward neatly paintod.
Mrs. Low Clapp and Mrs. H. 0. Cut
ter were visiting in Riverton ono day
If you want a drivo well mado I can
do it for you,in first class stylo. James
Wm. Zoltiff has bought tho Fred Pet
erson plneo just north of C. F. Evnns
Chas. Whito wentto Superior Thurs
day to tako part in tho rendition of a
Charlie Frisblo loft Thursday morn
ing for a visit tit Minneapolis and other
points in Minnesota.
Mao Pope left Thursday morning for
Omaha aud will go from thoro to
A cow fenco has boon built nt tho
rcsidouco property on Fourth avonuo
nnd CoUar streot belonging to Ed. Mo
Farland. Tho water commissioner had a forco
of mon at work tho foro part of tho
weok cloaning tho north well at the
Tho now residence of Bert Ducker in
tho west part of town has been com
menced and tho carpenters aro rushing
tho work along in good shapo.
Get your salo bills printed at this of
fice and the announcement of sale will
bo printed in tho paper during tho
timo preceding tho salo day free of
Pneumonia, la grippe, coughs, colds,
croup and whooping cough readily
yield to Ono Minuto Cough Curo. Use
this remedy in timo and savo a doctor's
bill or tho undertaker's. C. L. Got
tiug. If you have piles curo thorn. No uso
undergoing horriblo operations that
simply removes tho result of tho dis-
oaso without disturbing tho disoaso it
self. Placo your confidence in DoWitt's
W ItchJHazel Salvo. It has novor f ailed
to curo others; it will not fail to curo
you. C. L. Coitlug.
Wo call tho attention of our readers
to the professional card of Dr. Goode
who has rccontly arrived horo from
Ohio nnd pormanontly located in Red
Cloud for the prnctico of his profession.
Ho has located his otllco ovor Cutting's
drug store in tho rooms onco occupied
by Dr. Damoroll. Tho gontloman has
had a long nud successful career aB a
physician having boon in activo prac
tice ainco 1880. From all wo can loam
ho ividoutly understands his business
and will bo a valuablo addition to tho
medical profession in our community.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards tbe food
Alum baking powders arc the greatest
mcaaccrs to health of tbe pretest day.
50m SAKINQ rOWMft CO., MW VOf.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
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If so. there must be some
trouble with its food. Well f
babies are plump t only the
sick are thin. Are you sure J
the food is ail right? Chil-1
I dren can't help but grow ;
I they must Crow if their food
nourishes them. Perhaps a
mistake was made in the
I past and as a result the di
9 w.Iiam 2 tnjiiitrnfl If Ak-ii
Ktuiiuii i wc.iircu. 11 mat
is so, don't give the baby 1
a lot or medicine; ust use
I your every-aay common i
sense and help nature a
little, and the way to do
it is to add half a teaspoon
f to the baby's food three or
four times a day. The gain
I will begin the very first day
. . . A
you mve iu u seems iu z
correct the digestion and
gets the baby started right
I again. If the baby is nurs
ing but does not thrive, tnen
the mother should take the
emulsion. It will have a
good effect both upon the
mother and child, twenty
f five years proves this fact.
50c, in J Ji.ro, all druggist 1.
SCOTT & DOWNC, Chemlit. Ntw Yotlc,
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for the Little Fellows
M. W. Dickerson was in Omaha this
Joromo Vaucu of Guido Uock was
Al. llmtrnr of Riverton wns horo tho
first of the week.
Attorney Hlncklcdge of Culbortsou
was horo Thursday.
G. A Harris of Uluo Hill was doing
business horo Thursday.
P, A. Wells was looking after legal
business in McCook this wook.
Wanted: -A fow cords of good, dry
hard wood at tho Star bakory.
Jeff Myers returned homo from tho
western part of tho stato this weok.
C. W. Fullor of Cowles camo in from
strip out tho valloy tho first of tho
C. L. Cotting returned Monday morn
ing from a trip to Cripplo Crook, Colo
Will Toisor attor a visit with tho
folks horo roturnod Mondav evonlncr
I to Oxford.
W. R. Roby has placed a flag staff,
flag and streamer on his food storo No.
1 Third avonuo.
Mrs. J. O. Lindloy loft Monday eve
ning to visit with hor daughter Mrs.
William Wood at McCook.
Thoro will bo Decoration sorvicos at
the Stone church in Highland township
on Decoration Day, May 80th.
Tho local board of (ho Childrons
Homo Society will moot nt tho rosi
donco of V. B. Fulton Monday evening,
May 22d at 8 p.m.
Conrad Fitz who purchused tho Rust
property west of town is building a
substantial two story addition to tho
Tho timo for tho now trnins which
will bo put on horo on Juno 4 to nrrive
hero it is said will bo No. 18 from tho
oast 7:85 a.m., No. 14 from tho west
All mombors of tho M. W. A. lodgo
aro requested to moot at tho lodgo room
on next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
and attoud tho sormon at tho Baptist
church in a body.
People who havo taken DoWitt's Lit
tio Early Risors will novor havo any
thing olso. Thoy aro tho "famous lit
tio pills" for torpid llvor and all irreg
ularities of tho system. C L. Cotting.
Thoo Fonsar who has boon suporin.
tending the putting in of some improve
ments at tho mill at Naponeo was here
Wednosday and left that night for De
troit. Ho says thnt novor beforo has
ho soon such a gonornl demand for im
provements in machinery nnd other
things used in tho milling business. Ho
says tho prosperity in theso nnd all
other lines U phenomenal,
Tho city authorities last Saturday
shut oil tho wator supply of thoB.&M.
at this point,aud rescinded tho contrnct
for furnishing thom wator for tho on
suing year. This movo was mado nec
essary on account of tho shortago in
tho supply of water, and as numerous
objections wero mado to tho turning
in of tho crook, especially so by partios
who depend solely on tho city wntor
for thoir supply of drinking wator, it
was thought advisable to cancel tho
contract and dapond sololy on tho
two wells for tho supply, ft is tho
opinion of tho "city, dads" that by a
careful observance of tho ordinauco
rognlnting tho uso of wator tho wolls
will furnish an ample supply of good
wator for all purposes.
Tho Nebraska Tolophono company
placed thoir forco of mon nt work o"h
tho tolophono system for this placo on
last Saturday and tho excavations bavo
boon made and tho poles havo gono up
rapidly and soon tho work of stringing
tbo wires and placing In tho phones
will bo going on. Tho rcsidenco of
Geo. J. Warren has boon decided on
as tho central ofllco. A station whoro
long distance connection can bo bad
and tolls paid by those not having
phonos will bo put in some storo at a
central location down town. Ihoso
having ofllco phonos can got long dls
..nnn onnnnntfon bv callint up central
and talk direct from thoir place of bus
iness. As this ofllco is glad to soo any
now improvement como to onr city wo
aro happy to chronlcio this now ontor
.un Tim tlmn L'ivon nut for tho com
Hintlon of tho system hero is tliroo
Every purchaser of a
knee pants suit to the
amount of $2.50 or over
will be given one of
these kites. This offer
holds good for thirty
Largest Line of
In the City.
Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
LBKDBRS IN LOSflt PRICBS.
GflllflGfl DM SALE I
FRIDAY, MAY 26th.
Will be METHODIST CHURCH DAY. Five per
cent of cash sales on Friday, May 26th, will be
given to the Methodist church.
FRIDAY, JUNE 2nd.
Will be CHRISTIAN JCHURCH DAY. Five per
cent of cash sales on rnday, June 2nd, will be t&t
given to the Christian church. fcy
FRIDAY, JUNE 9th,
Will be CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH DAY. f
Five per cent of cash sales on Friday, June 9th,
win ue given to 111c uugrcgauuuui cuuruii.
FRIDAY, JUNE 16th,
ff Will be BAPTIST CHURCH DAY. Five per cent f$
&jj of the cash sales on Friday, June 16th will be m
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IT LIES WITH YOU TO
Build lip tbe Church at Oar Expense, I
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bo many special bargains offorod.
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