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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1899)
THE IIED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, TUAY 20, 18J)J).
If you must depond upon
'artificial aid to rostoro fail
ing vision why not havo tlio
DE3Tf That's nono too good.
Tharo is no glass nnd no
uiothod of fitting that can
giro you moro oaso or 'com
fort or satisfaction than
ouns no examination tnoro
thorough no lenses moro
perfectly ground or accur
ately contorod no frames
moro carefully adjusted no
prices lower for services
Graduate Refracting; Opticians J
flvltirv it vaiip YVAtnlt flinch nrnl .Trttvatrt V
wnrk. We do thn best work.
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GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Omar Doling has returned to Hold
Togo. Everett Dyer was here from McCook
Take your harness repairing to Fogel
The Chief and Chicago Intor Ocoau
one year for $1.25.
Mrs. Ovorlces of Rivorton was hero
from Rlverton today.
Al. Groat is again cutting meat at
Reynold's meat market.
Wanted A few cords of dry hard
wood at the Star Bakery.
If you want anything in the harness
line see Fogel and Hutchison.
Mrs. McCall of Guido Rock visited
with the family of Jas. Peterson this
W. R. Parker has put up a new awn
ing for W. S. Dense in front of his res
taurant. Gen. Coon returned from Kansas
City Inst night aftor making a stock
Ed Sheror returned Thursday night
from Kansas City wbero ho hud made
a shipment of stock.
Uncle Jimmio Paul an old rcterau of
tlio civil war, well known hero arrived
in the city Thursday night. "
Call on G. W. Dow when in want of
new or second hand plows, harrows,
cultivators, listers or buggies.
It will be to vour interest to see me
if you want a pump wind mill or any
thing in that line. Jas. Peterson.
Just received from Lemonville, a
fine lot of freih lemon pies. Get one
and try your taster. Stab Basket.
Vina Cookus of Janson, this state,
. sister-in-law of M. B. Soott of Cowles,
arrived here Saturday evening and
will visit with that gentleman.
If our readers want a cooking stove
or range thev should look over the line
kept by W. V. Wright. They havo as
good an assortment as can bo found in
Samuel West and" wifo wont to Falls
City Thursday to nttond commonco
ment exercises and visit with thoir
daughter Nc Hie who is a tnnchor in I'm
A largo biius lump fulidowu iu John
Wiles restaurant Wednesday night,
caused by tlio hook in the ceiling pull
ing out. The lamp came down right
side up with care and consequently
thoro was no damago dono.
Tho uuion momorial sorvices under
' tho auspices of the G. A. R. will be
bold at tho Congregational churoh
next Sunday. Tho sermon will be de
livered by Rev. F. W. Dean. All old
soldiors and sailors are especially in
vitod to attend.
is a wonderful aid in the
maintenance of health; it is
an easily assimilable form of
nourishment in illness, and
is invaluable in restoring
shattered nerves and In con
valescence. A doctor writes:
"I have found it especially
valuable for persons conva
lescing from fever, and for
nursing mothers. I am high
with it and
could not do
2 DrSSsiorei 1
s fflsaskvs : -w
Blue grass seed at Mitchell Bros.
Harness of nil kinds at Fogel and
Myrtle Jones of Guido Bock was
Miss Dollie Shcphordson of Rivorton
was hero today,
Soo W. W. Wright's lino of cooking
stoves and ranges.
Henry Bird of Guide Rock spent
Tuesday in tho city.
The Chief and tho Chicago Inter
Ocean ono year for $1.25.
Spocial ordors for cakes will bo
promptly fillod by J. 0. Wiles.
Geo. Rogors of Lincoln was visiting
L. H. Fort and family this week.
A now awning was put iu front of
tho Bon Ton rostaurant this week.
Insure with tho Pennsylvania Fire of
Philadelphia. W. L. McMillan, Agt.
Mrs. Hayes and Miss Forguson of
Guido Rock wero In tho city Thursdny.
Miss Alpha Wollsof Cowlos attomled
the Sunday school convention this
Win. Outhwolto nnd Mrs. Kellogg re
turned home from a trip to Lincoln
Mrs. J. W. McClareu of Bluo Hill
was hero attending tho Sunday school
convention this week.
L. A. Hussong recently received a
nico Maroy sci-opticon which ho wilt
uso for lecture purposes.
Dr. Mosshnrt, specialist eye, ear,
nose and throat, will bo at Dr. Beck's
offlco Monday, Juno 5th.
Elder Hussong will deliver tho G. A.
R. Memorial address at the Humtnoi
school houso on May GOlb, at 10.30 a.m.
If you want your pump repaired or
pipe fixed I havo a pump and windmill
man that will do you a good Job. Jas.
On another pago of this issue wiil bo
found tho somi-annual school appor
tionment, showing tho amount to
which each district is entitled.
Rov. Darby has received from Head
Consul W. A. Noithcott of tlio M. W.
A. his photo and reports, giving tho
up to dato work and statistics of tho
Don't buy a range or cooking stove
until you examino tho lino kept by W.
W. Wright. They aro of tho latest
pattern and built to do good cooking
nnd savo fuel.
A current rumor is to the effect that
our townsmaa Geo. O. Yeiser was re
cently married to a lady at Beloit, Wis
consin. A member of the family here
states that he knows nothing of it.
By allowing the accumulations in the
bowles to remain in, the entire system
is poisoned. DeWitt's Little Early
Risors regulate tho bowles. Try them
and you will alwnys uso tuom. C. L.
Tho telcphouo company has made
fairly good headway this week nnd
tho tolophono system is rapidly assum
ing tangiblo proportions, however, wo
nro afraid that at tho end of the allot
ted three wooks tho system will lack
considorablo of being comploted and
ready for uso.
Last Sunday Rov. I. W. Edson deliv
ered a memorial sermon to the Modern
Woodmen of America at tho Baptist
churoh. The sermon was attended by
the lodge In a body and was well deliv
ered and highly commendatory of the
order, which if one of the strongest
beneficiary orders of the present time.
Elsewhere in this issue will be found
a proclamation by the mayor request
ing business men to closa their places
of ousiness on Decoration Day between
the hours of 12 noon and 4 p.m. andthat
flags be displayed at half mast. An
other proclamation will also be found
in this issuo in roferonce to the clean
ing of alleys, etc.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postotlieo at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending May 25th,
Cox, .Judson Fisher, Lottio
These lettors will bo sent to tho dead
letter ofllcn Juno 8th, if not called for
before. When culling for nhovo plcaso
say advertised. T. C. Hackek, P. M.
Persons living near tho cemotory
aro becoming incensed nt the night
orgios indulged In by somq girls of our
city and their malo escorts, who mako
the silent home of the dead a head
quarters. Red Cloud noeds a quantity
of tar and a liberal supply of f oathers
in several quarters, and wo understand
that thoso who continue to infest that
locality may got a cbanco to get an ap
plication of tbia beautiful and sticky
adornment. A female, a cigarette
sucking youth and a cemotory aro in
deed a queer combination.
special to tho Omaha Boo dated nt
Hastings on Wednesday tho 21th says:
,,ShcrilT Simmering and an oflicor frqm
Webster county havo succeeded in un
earthing a robbers roost noar Roso-
mont, nnd rocoverod about $1,200
worth oi stolen coous. Tlio of
fleers plnced Bill Leach n local Rose
mont mcrciinnt under arrest, as they
have strong evidenco which implicates
him with tho gang. It is thought ho is
ono of tlio head men of tho organiza-
to disposo of tho stolen goods. During
tho last year merchants at Trumbull,
uienvuie, uroomueiu, Ayr, tunic, Au
rora and other small towns havo bad
their stores robbed, but tho thieves
havo always escaped. It is almost
cortain that the don unearthed noar
Rosomont is tho homo of a large band
of bold thieves and safe-crackers, who
havo infested this part of tho stato for
a long timo. ohoriff bimmerinz todav
received n dispatch from Dotoctivo
Malono of Lincoln, saying ho had three
or fouv follows uixior arrest whom he
thought belonged to the Imnit, ft Ih
tli 'light tun miiijcrs roost ts a nrnnch
of tho iiinul ni i'iuuirs Unit wnsfni)
thiol in Hanover, Kaunas nbjut n
ycni and a half ago "
The Chief fl.OO per year.
Fresh bulk garden seeds. Mitchell
Homer Klnsell wont to Bluo Hill
Leuvo your orders for ico cream at
tho Star Bakery.
For hand in nil o harness go to Fjgcl
Harry Goblo was down from Mc
Mrs. W. S.Garbor left Monday ovon
ing for a trip to Donvor.
Rov. Doakin of Cowles attondod tho
convention here this wook.
Soo tho "American" bog fenco at
Mitchell Bros. Best on earth.
Myrtlo Kaloy spont a fow days in
Guido Rock tlio last of tho week.
Mrs. J. 0. Lindloy roturncd Wednes
day morning from a visit at McCook.
Mablo Saunders went to Hastings
Wednesday to attend tho graduation
Tho work of graveling tho stroets in
tho business part of town has been
Mrs. Dr. Rickards of Weeping Water
arrived in tho city Saturday on a visit
to rolativcs hero.
Tho water mains nnd firo hydrants
wero cloanod out this weok by tho
John Polnicky was in Plattsmouth
this wook attending a session of tho
iNoorasKa uotuii Liiquor ucaiors Asso
ciation. Mrs. Lydia Hydo of Lincoln arrived
in the city Saturday ovoning and will
take up her residence with Goo. J.
Wnrron and family for somo timo.
Get your sale bills printed at this of
fice and tho announcement of saio will
be printed in tho paper during tho
timo preceding tho saio day free of
Pnoumonin, la grippe, coughs, colds,
croup and whooping cough voadily
ytoia to ono miiuito uougti uuro. uso
this remedy in timo nnd save n doctor's
bill or tho undertaker's. C. L. Cot
If you havo piles euro them. No uso
undergoing horrible operations that
simply removes the result of tho dis
ease without disturbing tho diseaso it
self. Placo your confidence in DeWitt's
WitchHazel Salvo. It has never failed
to cure others; it will not fail to cure
you. C. L. Cotting.
The Juniors of the high school wore
tendered a reception by the seniors on
Wednesday evening nt the homo of
Miss Florence Cotting. Refreshments
wero served at the Star bakery, after
which jnniors and seniors wero soon
scattering for their various homos to
escape tho threatening downpour.
Parties having friends and rolativcs
buried in tho cemotory should seo to it
that tho lots aro cloared of weeds and
trash and the gravos properly fixed up
boforo Docoration Day arrives. Noth
ing can bo worso than disrespect for
your dead, and no greater mark of ro
spect and memory of tho departed can
bo shown than by properly clonnimr
and decorating thoir last resting place
at least once a your. It is but a f o v
minutes work, but it plainly reminds
tho visitors that though someone is
gone they aro not forgotten.
Did you ever try to dodge the
rain-drops? Did not succeed
very well, did you? It's Just
as useless to try to escape from
the germs of consumption. You
can't do it. They are about us
on every hand and we are con
stantly taking them Into our
Then why don't we all have
this disease? Simply because
these germs cannot gain a foot
hold In a strong throat and
lungs. It's when these are
weak that the germs master.
The body must be well supplied
with fat The danger comes
when the blood is poor and the
body Is thin. If your cough does
not yield, and your throat and
lungs feel raw and 5ore, you
should not delay another day.
of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypophos
phites at once. It will heal the
Inflamed membranes and greatly
strengthen them as well. The
digestion becomes stronger, the
appetite better and the weight
increases. The whole body be
comes well fortified and the
germs of consumption cannot
gain a foothold.
It's tills nourishing, sustain
ing and strengthening power
of SCOTT'S EMULSION that
has made it of such value in
all wasting and exhausting
530 and Ji.oo, ill druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNB, Chemists, Hew York.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum biking? powders are the greatest
tncaacen to health of the present day.
om, MKiwa wyM oa,, mw youk.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Miss Lillian Smith was in Rivorton
Mr. and Mrs. Ladd of Inavalo wero
E. U. Overman has boon very sick
tho past week.
Joe Ilorburger is visiting in Colby,
Kansas, this weok.
Mrs. E. P. Qulvoy of Omaha was in
tho city Wednesday.
AJF. Ilartwoll of Inavalo was in
Kansas City this weok.
Mrs. Moranvillo of Uuido Rock was
hero tho first of tho week.
Sco tho fine lino of cooks and rangos
handled by W. W. Wright.
Prof. Richardson nnd wifo of Uuido
Rock wero hero Thursday.
D. M. Abol roturncd Wednesday
from a visit at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
John Person and wifo returned from
a trip to Ualoua, Kansas, last night.
Mrs. G. W. Knight nnd daughtor
Maudo, of Inavalo woro horo Tuesday.
W. N. Richnrdson wns looking nttor
business mnttors at Kansas City this
Mrs. Israel of Juniata is in tlio citv
tho guest of A. II. Kaloy and family
Mrs. Thos Kralik loft Monday ovon
ing for n visit with frionds and rola
tivcs at McCook.
Friz Richardson don't boliovo in bo
ing behind, and has graveled tho alley
leading to bis barn.
Mrs. P. W. Shoa of Orleans, former
ly of this city, visited with tho family
of L. H. Fort this weok.
Dr. Mosshart, specialist eye, ear,
nose and throat, will bo at Dr. Beck's
office Monday, Juno Oth.
Mrs. Jos. Warren who has boon tak
ing treatment nt tho sauitarium nt
Lincoln returned uomo aiouuay nigut.
Deputy Revonuo Collector Stewart
vas in tho city this wook seeing that
the propor amount oi rovonuo stamps
Rov. F. W. Dean will preach tlio
class sermon to tho grndunting class
on Sunday, Juno 4th, nt tho Congre
Mrs. Baker wifo of Homer Baker,
died at hor home in this city yesterday
aftornoon. Tho causo of her doath
Some parties attempted to gain an
entrance to the store of Turnure Bros..
last Saturday night but were scared
away by the night watch.
Strawberries and cake and ice cream
is to be served at Mrs. Graves' boa
on next Saturday evening by the
Christian Endeavor Sooiety. Free
sci-opticon exhibition on the lawn.
Peoplo who havo takon DeWitt's Lit
tle Early Risers will nover havo any
thing else. Thoy aro tho "famous lit
tle pills" tor torpid liver ana all irreg
ularities of tho sy3tom. C. L. Cotting.
Tho heavy rains of tho past wook
have been n good thine for tho country
generally and havo covered nearly tho
entiro stato. Things liail uoguu to dry
out considerably, but at present no
complaint is heard or n shortage of
Tlio business men of Red Cloud nro
requested to closo their plncos of bust
tinao rn MnnArntlnn lnvv XTnv QHtl
m-oo vr Auuiiiiiuu asajr muj uuiui
from 12 o'clock noon until 4 pm. All
citizons aro asked to give duo rover.
once to the occasion and I request that
an nags do aispiavou ai nan mast ana
city bo decorated from morning until
J. 8. White. Mavor.
Signed this 20th day of May. 1800.
Littlo, neglected scratches and
wounds frequently result in blood-poisoning.
Better heal them quick with
DeWitt's Witcli Hazol Salve, a
thoroughly anti-soptio application with
a iccord of nlwnysi curing piles,
old ulcers, sores, cuts, wounds and
skin diseases. C L. Cotting,
Regular examinations for porsons
desiring to tench in Webster county
are hold in tho superintendent's ofllco
at Red Cloud, tho third Saturday iu
Eva J. Case, County Supt.
Examinations for pupils of county
schools who wish to take advantage of
the now high school law will be held
at Guide Rook, May 25, 1809; Blue Hill
May 81st, 1890; Red Cloud, July 31st,
1890. Examinations bogin at 0 a.m.
Eva J. Case,
County Supt. of Schools.
Big Bargains in Choice Farms.
I havo for sale within two miles of
Red Cloud about. 1000 acres clioico im
proved farms of 80 acres or moro, very
ilioapon favorable I enns - These lands
in iit he sold regai dlnss of jirieit. Come
and nco me for bargains in land.
F, E. UoiiLi;.
Men of Business
appreciate tho value of tho
obtainable hero and those particular about
style will be pleased with the rut
of each garment.
Wo glvo you
Prices -of -a- Few - Suits
selected nt random from mi ntnaulvn utnnL-
J mako them
Gowden-Kaley Clothing Co .1
. LEADERS IN
GHUUGH DAY SftltE 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 CHURCH DAY. Five per
cent of cash sales on Friday, June 2nd, will be
given to the Christian church.
FRIDAY, JUNE 9th,
Will be CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH DAY.
Five per cent of cash sales on Friday, June 9th,
will be given to the Congregational church.
Will be BAPTIST CHURCH DAV Pm, .. ..
si or tne cash sains nn
M given to the Baptist
1 Build Up the Ghofeh at Oar Expense, I
iy4 for ovcry dollar you spend with us on Friday of ench weok, you aro Ml
vz uiuiiiiioKU cents in tun
Yot Can Buy More for
at TURNTRE BROS, than any
be many spocial
I TUPNUPE Ft!? OS I
been dono to
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hrutnv Inn rAt-U ,:ii u- V
WITH YOU TO
tron.mirv nf tim i,nn.i. ""
store in town, and aach Friday will
bargains offered. m
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