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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1899)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1899.
One Fifth Off
from regular price
remember. Euring this month we will give 20 per
cent reduction on everything except Overalls,
Work Shirts and Blouses.
1 GltUSUA &
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Curtaius ut cost at Taylor's.
Everything ut cost nt Taylor's.
Tuko your harness repairing to Fogol
Master Mechanic Archibald oi Mc
Cook was lioro Saturday.
Havo you seen that lino lino of nets
and dusters at J. 0. Butler's.
Our phono is No. 37 and when in
need of joh vork or advertising call us
T. J. Rolfe and wifo of McCook wero
visiting old friends here the last of the
John Winters and wifo returned
the last of the week fiotu a short stay
Seo W. W. Wright's lino of refrigor
ators. Ho handles the Merrick which
istho boston earth.
Lillie Burnott of McCook arrived in
tho city the last of the week on a visit
with E. B. Smith and family.
Win Cropp and wifo of Republican,
former residents of this city wero here
t..i last of tho week visiting with
A Sovorauco, Kansas, womau lias
sued nuothor becauso sho said sho had
a wooden leg, and her boau, not being a
Midsouriau, got auother sweetheart.
Insuro your hogs against disease in
the Hog Raiser's Mutual Insuranco Co.
Cheapest and best. Agents wanted.
Call on or address F. F. Goblk, Supt.
of Agencies, Red Cloud, Neb.
is more or less a very slow process,
wording to the severity of the
sickness. Vitality, when at a low
ebb, works at a great disadvantage,
and more time Is required to regain
the lost strength and power.
produces marvelous results in such
9ses. The richness of the malt
gives life to the blood and the hop
principle gives tone to
the stomach creating
both a desire for food
and the ability to di
Al til drug t torts.
Furnituro at cost nt Taylor's.
"Racket" store, Moon block.
Hammock's at cost at Taylor's.
Bluo grass seed at Mitcholl Bros.
Harness of all kinds at Fogcl nnd
Tho Chief and tho Inter-Ocean one
year for 81.23.
Miss Maude Mattin went to Guide
The Chief and tho Chicago Inter
Ocean one year for $1.25.
If you want anything in the harness
line see Fogel and Hutchison.
Seo Wright's lino of warm weather
gasoline stoves beforo purchasing.
Harry Letson left Wednesday morn
ing for Deadwood to visit with his
Largest line of nets aud (lusters in
tho Republican valley at tho lowest
prices. J. (). Butlek.
Miss Graco Hussong after a visit with
relatives hero returned to her homo at
Franklin Monday night.
Mrs. Thomas Wilburn and children
roturned Wednesday from a visit with
friends nt Hendley, this state.
T. E. liorton will preach Sunday
morning at eleven o'clock at tho Star
of Hopo school houso in Kansas.
Mrs. F. R. Wilson of Donvor arrived
in tho city Tuesday and Is visiting with
Couuty Treasurer Robinsou and wife.
Don't stand the boat of a cook stove
this summer but buy a gasoline stovo
of W. W. Wright. Ho has a fine line of
Mrs. Wm. Bense left Thursday morn
ing for Teeumseh where sho will visit
for a couplo of weeks with relatives
Having decided to close out my busi
ness in this city I oiler my entire stock
of furniture, carpets, curtains aud wall
papor at cost. F. V. Taylok.
Mrs. William Oatcs and daughter,
Miss Josephine Oatcs of In wood, Iowa,
arrived in the city Tuesday night to
make a visit with J. S. Gilhnm and
Frank Goodo and wifo who havo
been residents of our city for several
months past left Tuesday morning for
Munclo, Indiana, where ho will take a
position in a drug storo.
Insuro your hogs against diseaso in
tho Hog Raisers' Mutual Insuranco Co.
Cheapest and best. Agents wanted.
Call on or address F. F. Goulk, Supt.
of Agoncies, Red Cloud, Neb.
The Ciukk 81 00 per 3 ear.
Carpels nt cost at Tayioi's.
Wall paper nt cost at Taylor's.
Fresh bulk garden seeds. Mitchell
John Fulton of Rivet tou was here
W. W. Wright has a line lino of ttio
For hand made hartii'ss go to Figel
The CiiiKKatid Chicago Inter Ocoan
one year for Sl.M.
Sid Lougtiu is visiting fi lends in Au
rora, Kansas this euk.
All kind-" of useful articles at tho
Racket store, Moon block.
Seo mo "American" hog fence al
Mitchell Bros. Bust on earth.
Charley Dickorson who has been
woiklug it; Lincoln Is homo iigaiu.
Jos. Kubieek aud wlfo returned to
McCook Satuiday night after a visit
Frank Smith has moved into his now
resldonco lately built by him on Soward
Mrs. Clarence Kizer left Wednesday
to visit with relatives and friends in
Thomas Wilson came in from Lin
coln tho Hist of tho week to visit with
Mrs. A. Vctter loft Saturday morn
ing for a visit with relatives aud friends
at Teeumseh, this state.
Mrs. John Polnicky and Mrs. Jos.
Polnicky roturned homo Tuesday night
from n trip to Wilber.
Ed. Pulsipher hns moved into his
residence on south Sownrd street lately
vacated by hank Smith.
Frank Richardson who is now work
ing lor me u. iv m. 111 Colorado was
hero on a visit to his family this week.
Mrs. Charles Milligan who has been
visiting friends nnd relatives hero re
turned to her homo nt Oxford Satur
day. Mrs. J V. Smith who has been visit
ing M. W. Dickcrson aud family has
returned to her homo at Palisade, this
biT.ciAL Sale, commencing June 10
and ending Juno 21, on tly-nots and
dusters. Special prices on nets and
dusters during this sale. J. O. Butlek.
The little daughter of Wade Kooutz
was soverely burned with carbolic nehl
last Sumlay. Sho was immediately
brought to town nnd tno injury nttond
Pure, clean blood and a henlthy liyor
result from tho uso of DeWitt's Littlo
E-irly Rtsors, tho famous littlo pills
They euro constipation, biliousness
and headache. C. L. Cotting,
Insuro your hogs against disease in
the Hog Raisers' Mutual Insuranco Co.
Cheapest aud best. Agents wanted.
Call 011 or address FiiAKKGoiiLESupt.
of Agencies, Red Cloud, Neb.
Geo. Holllster Las been given tho
position of foreman at tho round bouse
mado vacant by the death of A. G.
Willis. George is a good man capable
of attending to tho duties of tho posi
tion and we are glad to see him get tho
OTho W. C. T. U. mnss meeting will
bo hold in the Congregational church
Sunday evening, July 80. Rev, Hus
song will deliver tho address. An
overflow meeting in the Christian
church conducted by Rev. Darby.
J Is hotter tlmu uotie. No glass is 1
bettor than tho wrong one. Como J
1 buy Homo of our eyoknowledgo and
see, ns tho years roll by, if it isn't a J
1 good investment. You can buy J
glasses over a caso or off somo couu- 4
ter for much loss than you will pay J
us. You may got toad-stools for
1 nothing, you pay for mushrooms.
Thoy look alfko. Eat them and
you'll know tho difference. This J
1 method is too often followed in 4
buying spectacles. We learn tho J
I bad effects of the wrong onos by
1 dearly boughten experience.
Jewelers and Opticians. 4
Bring ut your Wntch, Clock and Jewelry J
work. We do the bent work. J
J Half I
I Glass. I
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders are the greatest
menaccrs to health of the present day.
0YL OAKINQ POw&IH CO.. hlw VOH.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Jotham Martin nnd J. F. Gt lines of
Bluo lliii wero hero Wednesday.
Orris Edmlston and M. R. Hobaitof
Rivertou wero hero with their best
Mrs. Howe, mother of Mrs. Spokes
Hold, who has boon visiting hero, loft
for Hebron Saturday.
The tinio for holding the Inter-State
fair has been changed and tho dates
aro Sept. 11th to 1-ltli Inclusive.
Mrs. E. Ray, Miss India Ray and
Mrs. Dutton of St. Joseph, Missouri,
aro visiting with tho families of C. C.
and F. W. Cowden.
Prof. 11. (J. Barber, toachcr of science
In the Now York City high school for
boys visited last Thursday with his
sister Mrs. L A. Hussong.
N. W. Klngsland who is well known
hero ns "Undo Fuller" camo in the tirst
of tho week nnd spent n couplo of dnys
with the boys hero. Ho is now located
nt Norton, Kansas.
Dr. Burriell aud wife of Kansas City,
Seth Emery and wifo of Aurora, this
stato, and Mrs. Tunks nnd daughter
of Kansas, aro here visiting with Henry
Mniire r nnd family.
F. W. Cowdon returned tho last of
the wrnk from Chicago whoro ho spent
a wcok in personally solectlng a largo
invoice of goods for tho clothing linn
of Couden-Knley Co.
Wo wish our correspondents would
look their copy ovor cai of ully beforo
sending It in and see that thoy havo
not left out any words' needed to mako
correct souse of tho item.
Tho Hastings District will hold their
nuunnl camp meeting nt Dowceso, bo
ginning August 10th nnd continuing
ten days. Rev. W. B. Alexander, D. D.
will conduct the mooting, assisted by
Evangelist Potter of Iowa. L. P. Al
bright of this city hns been secured ns
Ono thing which has been lost sight
of by many who uso tho tolcphouo is
tho directions to givo ono ring to notify
"central" that you aro through talking
nnd to disconnect. Usors should boar
this in mind as tho compliance of this
request will save troublo in making
Goo. Clauson foreman of tho bridgo
gang sustained a fraoturo of a rib on
Thursday morning. Ho was sitting in
bis car on a side track in tho yards
hero when a car was switched onto tho
track and camo against tho car occupi
ed by him with such forco as to throw
him from his chair and Inflict tho Inju
ry. A now swindlo has put in its nppenr
nnco. A womau book ngent goes from
houso to houso leaving books for ex
amination. Next day a man calls to
see If tho books aro wanted. A fow
days later tho woman ro-appcars and
on being told that tho man hns taken
tho books away, pleads poverty and
accepts the proffered compensation.
Tho gentlemanly agent of tho North
western Yeast Company Is around
again with tho littlo yellow samplo of
Yeast Foam. This Company nro tho
largest yeast manufacturers in tho
world. Yeast Foam has been on the
market ovor twenty years without nn
equal as healthful bread raiser and is
extensively used in nil parts of tho
Uuited States. Everybody is familiar
with tho good qualities of Yeast Foam.
A Fort Madison, Iowa, policoman nr
rested n sleep-walker a fow nights sinco
who had wnndorcd away from homo in
his night clothes. "Surely you aro not
going to lock mo up," said tho sleep
walker; "I can't bo hold responsible
for tho condition you found mo in; I
am a somnambulist." "It don't mako
any dilToronco what church you aro a
member of," said tho o nicer. "You
can't walk tho streets of Fort Madison
in your shirt-tall If you belong to all
tho cuurcheB in the city."
Our baby has boen continually
troubled with colio and cholera infan
tum since his birth, and all that wo
could do for him did not soem to givo
jioro then temporary relief, uutil wo
tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
aud Diarrhoea Remedy. Sinco giving
that remedy ho has not Uioen troubled.
Wo want to givo you this testimonal as
an ovidenco of our gratitude, not that
you need it to ndvortlso your moritor
ions remedy, 0. M, Law, Keokuk,
Iowa. For salo by 11. E. Grlco.
'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
Plain Figure Prices.
This means the biggest money saving
sale ever experienced by clothing
buyers in this county.
Be sure and call on us during this sale.
You are bound to be interested.
GouideiKaley Glothing Co.
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
List of letters remninlng uncalled fei
nt tho postolllco ut Red' Cloud, Nob
riiskn, for tho week ending July 27th,
Good, Mr. Hiues.Ettn
Van Nostraud, Anna
These lottors will ho sent to tho dead
lottor olllco Aug. 10th, if not cnllod for
hoforo. When calling for abovo ploaso
sav ndvertlsed. T. C. Haokek. P, M
'Wo feel sorry," remarks n Knnsas
editor, "for a girl who is stuck on a
fellow who will spend a dollar for ico
cream and chocolates nnd throo for a
Sunday buggy rido for her, on a six-dollar-a-weok
salary. Somehow . wo
seo visions of bare-foot childron, a
frowsy-headed woman ovor a wosh
tub, tin cans for dishes on tho table
and a combination of corn cob pipo
and a man in tho kitchen corner. Tho
young man who lives within his means
while singlo usually has moans after
Ono farmer, not far from Beatrico,
ImB worked and swoated like a galley
slave all summer, cutting dowi tho
Hiinllowcrson his plnco, but his neigh
bor has neglected his land, and It is
overrun with tho weeds, nnd tho seeds
will bo blown over the careful farmer's
land. Tho latter was in town yester
day, to find out whothor tho law
wouldn't oompol his nolghbor to clean
up tho sunflowers, but ho could got no
satisfaction. Thoro cortakly ought to
bo a law that will protect tho careful
and industrious farmer from his shift
loss neighbors. Beatrico Express.
Tho following from tho McCook Trib
une will bo of Interest to our readers
las tho lady mentioned wasatonotlmo
a rosldont of this city: "A dispatch
from Monmouth, Illinois, appearing
undor tho date of July 10th, brings tho
sad nows of tho death of Mrs. J. C.
Allon, wifo of our formor townsman,
by her own hand, last Sunday aftor
noon. Tho unfortunate woman is bo
lioved to havo boon montally unbal
anced. Death was caused by inhaling
Illuminating gas. After loavlng Neb
raska, Mr. Allon bocamo ono of tho
loading and most prominent dry goods
merchants of Monmouth. He will
have tho sympathy of his many friends
In Nebraska in tho tad tragedy that
has overwhelmed his homo in Illinois.
For somo tlmo past tho hoalth and
mind of Mrs. Allen have been such
that constant attendance was required.
Yesterday hor husband drovo to Bur
lington. Later Mrs. Allon porsunded
hor attendant to go to church. Upon
hor return tho doors wero looked and a
strong odor of gas pervaded tho prom
ises. Breaking opon tho door tho body
una fnnnil looked in a room where
......n (nut- nnnn ana IntH. InvCSttcfation
showed thai overy gas jot In tho houso
had been turned on full forco."
Rock Island to Make Extensions.
Tho following article takeu from tho
World Herald of Thursday rovives tho
idea that has always boon held by our
people that tho Rock Island would
sooner or later build from Nelson to
somo poiut in Kansas. This city mid
the surrounding country will bo ready
to givo tho Rook Isliind n warm wel
come if sho will build through here.
"Locnl rnllrond ofllclals woro some
what stirred up yesterday by tho ap
parently authontlo report from Topoka
that tho Rock Island is to build a cut.
off from Nelson, Nob., to Almona, Kan.,
and by tho building of tho line savo
sevonty miles botwoon tho two points.'!
"In discussing tho matter a Rock Is
land official said: "If tho lino is con
structed it will givo us tho shortest
routo from Omaha or Kansas City into
A. N. 'Cotton, ono of tho traveling
salesmen for tho Oluoy-Gaston Co. is
sojourning In our city for a fow days.
Donvor. 1 know tho matter had boon
discussed somowhat, but did not know
just what had been douo as tho opera
ting department of our lino I not lo
cated in Omaha. While tho Rock Is
laud is getting its sharu of businoss to
Colorado, if tho proposed lino is con
structed tboro will bo noXrenson why
our lino should not bo tho choicest ono
to tako west out of eithor Omaha or
Tho torrltory through which tho pro
posed lino may bo constructed is of easy
grado and tho cost of construction will
bo small in comparison with othor por
tions of tho system.
Railroad officials of othor lines than
tho Rock Island havo littlo faith in tho
proposed now lino, but sayjlf it is built
that tho Rock Island will find when it
gets into Donvor on a run from the
Missouri river that thoro will bo othrr
engineers on othor railroads entering
tho union dopot at tho samo timo its
DoWitt's Littlo Early risers benefit
permanently. Thoy lend gontlo assist
ance to naturo, causing no pain or
weakness, permanently curing constip
ation and liver ailmonts. O. L. Cotting.
I Don't "Cmrrythc
j News to Mother,"
Just call up "Hello,
central," and get con
nections with Phone
No. 37, and then the ;
news will be carried 1
to mother and every !
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