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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1899)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JULY 21, l609.
from regular price
j&j remember. Euring this month we will give
i'$ cent reduction on everything except Overalls,
$ Work Shirts and Blouses.
S GliUSflfl &
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Curtaius at cost at Taylor's.
Everything at cost at Taylor's.
Drink Cberryon at tho Star Bakery.
San Francisco Poultry Car, Juno 27.
John Nesbit has returned to lied
Take your harness repairing to Fogol
Have you boon that line line of nets
and duBtors at J. 0. Butler's.
A. R. Roynolda and wife returned
Monday from a visit down in Kansas.
Our phone is No. 87 and when in
need of job work or advertising call us
Mrs. Mary Heaton was baptized by
Elder Hussong at tho Christian church
on tho 20th.
Dr. Mo3shart, oyo, ear and throat
specialist will be at Dr. Beck's oflhio
Saturday, July 22d.
See W. W. Wright's Hue of rof rigor
ators. Ho handles tho liorrick which
is the bost on earth.
Miss Grnco M. Hussong, a toucher ot
Fmuklin county, is visiting with hor
brothoi L. A. Hussong this weok.
Attornoy Blackledge of tho firm of
Overman & Blacklcdgo was in Blue
Hill tho lirst of tho week attonding to
a railroad case.
James Gardnor one of the boys who
helped put up the telepbono system
here came in from tho west and spent
Sunday with the boys hero.
Dr. MaryE. Green, president National
American Medieal Association,
member American Fublio Health Asso
ciation, author of "Food Products of the
World," writes from Charlotto, Mich.:
4 ' The excellence of Pabst Malt Extract
la not unknown to me, as I have used it
professionally for years, always with the
most satisfactory results. For mothors
nursing their children and for general
debility from any causo, I regard it as
of especial value, as it combines both
tonlo and nutrient properties, which
make it truly the 'Best' Tonlo."
"I recently prescribed Pabst Malt Ex
tract, The "Best" Tonlo, to three of my
patients, all of whom were ladles, and
all of whom were suffering from dyspep
sia and its consequences, and in all these
cases it acted like a charm. Two of
thorn bought more ot tho tonlo, and
continued to tako it, until now they tell
me they can cat anything, and one of
them added "ovoryihlng," without the
slightest inconvenience. They havo cer
tainly improved wonderfully in weight
and strength. I have prescribed your
"Bost" Tonlo a groat number of tlmos.
It is ono of tho bost, if not tho vory bost,
of its kind."
R. Belneb, M. D., Jersey City, N. J.
o per &j
Furniture at cost at Taylor's.
"Racket" store, Moon block.
Hammock's at cost at Taylor's.
Bluo grass seed at Mitchell Bros.
Harness of nil Winrta ut Vnitnl nn.l
Tho Chief and tho Intor-Ocoau ono
year for 1 1.25.
Miss Maudo Martin wont to Guide
Quench your thirst with Cherrven
at the Star bakery.
Chas. Buichow of Colby. Kansas.
was here Tuesday.
TlIE CfllKir nnrl l.hn CMaan Tntar.
Ocp.&a ono year for $1.36.
San Francisco Poultry car advertise
ment on page 4. Read it.
If VOU wnnt nnvthincr In t.h ImrnnK
line see Fogol and Hutchison.
Jacob Nustoin was looking after bus
iness matters in Guide Rock Monday.
Misses Cora and Ida Kinsol left this
morning for a visit with friends in
George Rogers of Lincoln was visit
lug with L. H. Fort aud family tho
first of tho weok.
T. J. Tumor, the horse aud nuilo
buyer shipped a carload of mules to
Kansas City Monday.
Largest line of nets and dusters in
tho Republican valley at tho lowest
prices. J. O. BuTLKit.
Tho fourth quarterly mooting ol tho
Methodist church will bo hold one
week from Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Georgo Blair after visiting with
her son James and family at Concor
dia, Kansas, returned homo Monday.
Don't stand tho heat of a cook stovo
this summer but buy a gasoline stove
of W. W. Wright. Ho has a One lino of
Chas. McMsnigal arrived in tho city
Sunday morning and has again takon
his old' position as night operator at
Charley Hazelton, formerly of this
city, but now engaged in tho livery
business at Kansas City is hero this
week visiting old friends.
Having decided to close out my busi
ness in this city I odor my entire stock
of furniture, carpets, curtains and wall
papnr at cost. F. V. Taylok.
Insure your hogs against discuse in
tho Hog RuiseiV Mutual IiisurancoCo.
Olioapcst and best. Agents wanted.
Call on or address F. F. Goui.u, Supt.
of Agencies, Red Cloud, Nob.
Thk Chirk 11.00 per year.
Carpots at cost at Taylor's.
Wall paper at cost at Taylor's.
Fresh bulk gardou seeds. Mitchell
W. W. Wright has a line lino of the
For hand mado haruoss go to Fjgol
a Joseph Kublcok of McCook was hero
tho lirst of tho week.
All kinds of useful artlclos at the
Rackot store, Moon block.
Seo tho "American" hog fetico at
Miicueii uros. ucst on eartu.
Nolo tho prices quoted by tho Sail
Francisco Poultry car this weok.
D Attend tho dance at tho Bowory Sat
urdny evening. A good tinio will bo
Tho subject at tho Methodist chinch
noxt Sunday will bo "An Up-to-Dato
Clyde Olmstoad, tho now switchman
in tho B. & M. yards has moved his
Dr. Mosshart, eyo, uar aud throat
specialist will bo at Dr. Beck's etllco
Saturday, July 22d.
Tho town is full of fake yellow-ham
mors and business nioa and citizens
aliko aro easy victims.
On accouut of tho injury recoivud to
his hand last weok Charloy McKoighan
had his thumb amputated this weok.
W. H. Cloud, of Gago county, tho
gentleman who purchased tho Prentiss
ranch near Inavalo arrived in tho city
Sunday morning to look after his prop
J. E. Jackson and wife of Crcstun,
Adair county, Iowa, woro hero tho first
of the weok conferring with Roal Es
tato Agent Myers with a view to tho
purchase of land.
Iusuro your hogs against disoaso in
tho Hog Raisers' Mutual Iusurauco Co.
Cheapest and best. Agents wanted.
Cull on or address Frank GoiLE,'Supt.
of Agencies, Rod Cloud, Neb.
DoWitt's Llttlo Early risers benefit
pormaueutly. Thoy lond goutlo assist
anco to nature, causing ne pain or
weakness, permanently curing constip
ation and livor ailments. 0. L. Cottiug.
I havo used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in my family for years and
with good rosults, says Mr. W. B,
Cooper of El Rio, Cal. "For small
children we iind(it especially effective."
For salo by H. E.Grlco.
Rev. Win, Richards of Alma was in
f tho city on Monday to visit Rov. Ed
son. Rov. Koppler of Bladon also
drovo over tho samo day. Business
connected with tho next mooting of
tho Baptists in tin's associatiou called
Thomas Rhoad, Contorfiold, Ohio,
writes: I suffered from piles seven or
eight years. No romody gave mo relief
until DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, less
than a box of which permanently cured
me. Soothing, heallig perfectly harm
less. Beware of counterfeits. C. L.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postofficoat Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for the weok ending July 20th,
Cavanaugh, R. W. Luidor, O.
Shino, Rov. M. A. Smith, J. N.
These letters will bo sent to tho dead
letter oflico Aug. 3d, if not called for
before. Whon calling for above ploaso
say advertised. T. C. Hackeu.P. M.
Did you ever noil'to when
reading, especially at night, j
now tlin Inttnra "run Infn .l,
other?" Closo your eyes a mo j
niont; draw on tho reserve
fund of youj nervous enorgy,
the letters "brace-up" and you
read again with ease. A mo- J
mont later comes another call
for mnrn nnrvn Inmif VJhv nnf
let glasses do this work and use J
vuu wasicu uurvous power to
relievo headacho, indigestion j
or dyspepsiat J
Jewtltrs and Optician.
Ilrlng in your Wtitcli, Clock and Jewelry i
I work. We do ibe boil work. j
Made from pure
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders are the greatest
menacers 10 ncaiui 01 xae preicnt tuy.
ot 8Awna rowetn cq, wtw vom.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Operator ilorgo Is now day ',1111111 at
I Ed. L. Willlts and wifo of Alum woro
An equity term of District Court was
hold here this week.
The Ciui'.Kand Chicago Intor-Ocoan
ono year for 81.25.
J.E. liawloy and wifo of Burr Oak,
Kansas, woro hero Tuesday.
Mrs. A. C. Hosmcr and tho children
aro vlsitilig at Craig, Missouri.
Seo Wright's lino of warm woathor
gasoline stoves beforo put chasing,
C Mrs. Harry Maikoll formerly of this
olty Is visiting old friends hero this
W. W. Wright and wifo mado au
overland trip to Wilcox tho last of tho
Miss Stella Duckor who has been
toachiug at Falls City has returned
Mrs. N. M. Ayors of Beaver City, this
state, is visiting with Mrs. L.1l. Rust
Mrs. Anna Williams of Ncosha,
Missouri, is visiting with Mrs. L. H.
Rust this week.
Miss Tillu Cook has gone to Prim
roso, Iowa, to visit her sister Mrs.
Carl aud Ruth Warren were visiting
with their brother Walter in Superior
tho last of tho weok.
Mrs. Kouyou Skcon who formerly
resided hero arrived Thursday night
on a visit to friends.
Will Kellogg formally of this city,
lately disposed of his interest in a mill
In Ohio worth about $30,000.
John O. Yoiser .of Omaha was hero
this week attonding to court matters
and visiting relatives aud frionds,
Mrs. John Polclcky and Mrs. Joo
Polnicky and daughter Julia left Thurs
day for Wilbur to attend the funeral of
There will bo a song aorvico hold at
tho Brethren church in Garlio'.d town
ship on August Oth at 4 p. m. Every
A special term of tho District court
was held In the city this week tho pro
ceedings of which will be found else
where in this issue.
Special Sale, commencing June 10
and ending Juno 24, on fly-nets and
dusters. Special prices on nets and
dusters during this sale. J. O. Butler.
II. P. Sowter has added porches and
a considerablo amount of "funny busi
ness" and paint to his rnsidouco prop
erty which greatly improves its appear
Carl, tho infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Nowhouso, died Tuesday morn
ing at 1 o'clock a.m., of whooping
cough and was buried on Tuesday af
Charlos Wierlnga and Mr. Haleck of
CawkorCity, Kansas, wore horo this
woek looking aftor businoss matters.
Thoy purchased a farm near tho above
place from D.J. Myers.
A. N. Patmor'Who has boon visiting
hero for somo tlmo will loavo on Sat
urday for an oxtonded visit farther
east. Ho will be accompanied by his
daughter Mrs. C. M. Smith.
Married, at the residenoo of Bonja
mln Pegs in this oity of Saturday oven
ing, July 15th, 1899, Mr. Albort L.
Turner to Miss Ann E. Hesmau, Rev.
A. G. BlacKwell officiating.
Insure your bogs against disease in
tho Hog Raisor's Mutual Insuranco Co.
Cheapest and best. Agents wanted.
Call on or address F. F. Goulk, Supt.
of Agenolcs, Red Cloud, Nob.
Pure, clean blood aud a healthy liyer
result from the uso of DeWitt's Llttlo
Earlv Risers, the famous llttlo pills
Tboy 'euro constipation, biliousness
and headache. C. L. Cotting.
Elsowhero in this issue will be found
a call for a meotlng of tho Webstor,1
count) Republican Central comuiiitoo
to bo hold at the oflico of J. R. Morcor
in this city on Wednesday, August Oth.
The committee of tho flro department
will clvo ono of thoir enjoyable dances
at the bowery dancing pavilllnn nt tho
corner of Fourth uvuiiuo and Cedar
streets tomorrow (baturuay) evening.
In order to reduce our stock and make
room for our fall stock we offer
the balance of our
Men's, Boy's and
Hats, Caps, Shoes and
Furnishing Goods, at
20 pemnt Reduction
Plain Figure Prices.
This means the biggest money saving
sale ever experienced by clothing
buyers in this county.
He sure and call on us during this sale.
You arc bound to be interested.
Gouiden-h'aley Clothing Co.
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
Tho walk around tho school houso is
being repaired and elevated, which
adds greatly 'to Its appearance
Now if tho board wants to do another
good job thoy will fill in tho mud nolo
at tho southeast corner of tho yard.
Shorlff Dow of Alma was horo Tues
day aftor a couplo of follows who com
mitted a robbory up wost. Tho parties
camo in hero Monday morning on No.
10, and as there was no ono horo to re
ceive them they went out again on No.
OF. W. Cowden of tho firm of Cowden
Kaley Co. left Sunday for Chicago on
his annual fall and winter purchasing
tour of clothing and other foods in
thoir line. The fine outlook for pros
porous times in this county makes a
buyer feel more confident in buying
goods and Frank will buy tho largest
involco of goods purchased by this
houso for years.
R. B. Fulton and Rov. Edson took a
trip on Tuesday ovor into tho south
west or n part of tho county. Thoy re
port tho crops as vory promising.
What surprised thorn most wus tho on-
tiro absonco of spring chickens of a
slzo sultablo to fry. It is known how
ever that tho big weeds was full of
them. Thov supposed R. B. was also
a preacher aud would not tfiko chances
Tho cltv has at last commencod the
erection of a brick smoke stack at tho
water works. Tho now stack will bo
fifty foot high. At tho base it will be
fliffht foot sauaro. Tho first twolvo feot
of tho stack will bo of solid brick and
will bo oight foot square From that
point up. tho stack will tapor and will
bo four feet squro at tho top. Tho fluo
holo in tho stack will bo two and one
half feot square. Tho cost will bo
closo to 1300.
Our baby has boon continually
troubled with colio aud cholora infan
tum since his birth, and all that wo
could do for him did not soom to givo
.noro thou temporary relief, until wo
tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. Slnco giving
that romody ho has not boon troubled.
We want to give you this testlmonal as
an evidence of our gratitude, not that
you need it to advertise your meritor
ious remedy. G. M. Law, Keokuk,
Iowa. For sale by H. E. Grico.
Tho fourth quarterly mooting nf tho
Rod Cloud circuit of tho M. E. church
will bo hold on Saturday and Sunday
July 22d and 23d. Tho quarterly con
foronco will be hold nt the rcsldonco of
Rov. A. G. Blaokwoll on Saturday aft
mtionn at 2:30 o'clock, Sabbath ser
vices will bo hold at tho Now Virginia
jcbool house commencing with lovoj
foastatlO o'clock a.m. Preaching at
olovon followed by communlou sor
vices. Rov. W. B. Aloxnnder P. E.,
will officiate To tho public wo givo
a gonoral invitation.
An exchango declares that tho mean
est man wo'vo heard of lately sold to
his son-in-law ono-half interest in a cow
and thon refused to dlvido tho milk say
ing that it was only tho front half of
tho cow ho sold, so ho obligodhls son-in-law
to provido tho food and water
tuo oow twice a day. Recently the
cow hooked the old man, and he is
suing his son-in-law for damages.
Ono of the most enjoyable events of
the mid-summer soason was thopicnio
party at Amboy last Friday, given and
partioipatod in by tho young ladios
class of tho M. E. Sunday school. After
an aftornoon spont in enjoyment a de
lightful luncheon was served, includ
ing ictt cream and cako; Mr. and Mr.
Crono chaporoned tho party which In-
ciuuea tuo Misses Marie Moranvillo,
Christio Woidoman, Blanch Darby,
Bertha Talbot, Maymo Woidoman,
Laura Boyd, Laura Smith, Carrie Hum-
mol, Mublo Llndsoy, Wilburu,
Nellie Wost, Mablo Day andJNottlo
A. G. Willis, a well knowu"and in
spected cilizon of this city died at his
resilience in this city on Thursday
morning at 0 a.m. of dropsy. Mr.
Willis has been ailing forsoveral years
past and his rocont illaoss has been
such that his doath was not unexpec
ted. Tho docoasod was born in thn
state of Now York Doc. 1st, 1841 and
(ilea July 20tb, 1890, and would have
been C8 years of aire lat his noxt birth.
day. Ho has lived in this city for ft
number or yoara and waslforeman of
tho B, & M, round houscHo was a
wldowor, his wifo having passed to the
otbor shoro something over a yoar ago.
Ho leaves an aged!mother. three ais-
tors and two brothers to mourn his
ioss. ins inotnor ana Mrs, Lytlo and
Mrs. Isabel), two of his sisters aud a
brothor aro here to attend the last sad
rites of burial. Tho funeral services
will be hold Saturday morning at 10
o'clock conducted by the Masonio and
Eastern Star lodges 0 which he was a
j Don't "Carry the
j News to Mother,"
Just call up "Hello,
I central." and cet con-
i nections with Phone
No. 37, and then the
news will be carried I
to mother and every
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