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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1899)
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THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1800.
Make Much Work."
The til tie "spArhs" of bd blood lurking
In ihe system should be quenched ninth
Hood's SArsApArilU, AmcrtCA's gre&t blood
purifier. Il purifies, tniAliees And enriches
the blood of both sexes And Atl Ages. Cures
scrofulA, s.ilt rheum, dysptpsh, CAtArrh.
On year.... 'IS
PUIIMSHKD KVKHY FHIDAY
Kntared at the poll olllcc at Hed Cloud, Neb. as
cond clan mall matter.
Local advettlaliiR ft ccnla per lino r Issui-
Local Advertising fur entertainments, coiu
lerls, socials, etc., given l7 churches, cliarltalilc
ocletles, etc., where all moneys rained there
from are used wholly for church or cliarltablu
societies, first ten linen free and nil overtoil
lines S!i cent cr line per Issue.
Local advertising of cntertnlnmcnls. concerts.
reoHals, etc,, whero per cent In itUcn to pro
molerit. 5 cent per line per Issue.
1.1.11I av aliVVItTlfllNlJ
One column per month-....-. - ; l"
One-half column per month . ' '
One-fourth column cr month... . a
General display ndvcrtlsliiK X cent cr
Inch per Issue.
For Clerk of the District Court.
.1 AMF.8 HUUDKN.
For Couuly Treasurer.
C. D. UOBINSON,
Oo Hcd Cloud fit). i Ward.
For County Clerk,
Of lied Cloud Precinct.
Kor County J mine.
Of Harmony l'rcclnct,
Kor County Superintendent,
KVA J. CASK,
lOf lied Cloud city, id Ward.
Kor County ahcrlir,
or l'lciifiiut Illll l'rcclnct.
Of (lleiiwood l'rcclnct,
For County Mmeyor,
i Of (lleiiwood l'rcclnct.
For Commissioner lot Utttilvl,
I). . KALKY,
Of l'lcasnnt Illll l'rcclnct.
Kor Commissioner -llli District.
or Hcd Cloud l'rcclnct.
The uttoiiiianuo at tlio tirat encamp
mont of tlio Association of Spanish
War Veterans, liolil at Washington,
was representative rather than nunier
ous, ahout half of the states being rep
rosontotl. The object of tlio associa
tion is to incorporate in one national
organization all of the organizations
of soldiers anil sailors of the Spanish
war. which have neon formeil in dif
ferent parts of the country, and event
ually its projectors liopo to have them
200,000,000 bushels, Nebraska third,
Missouri fourth, Kansas llftli, Indiana
sixth. The total in tlio United States
devoted to corn this season is placed at
81,oT0.000 ncri', making the average
yield for the entire country a shade
over twenty-live bushels per ncro. The
yield in Kansas is placed at nearly 33
bushels per acre, in Nebraska a little
over 31 bushels, in Iowa not quite 30
bushels, In Missouri ti little over i!8
bushels, in Indinnn almost 31 budic1.,
in Ohio n little over 31 bushels and in
Texa a little over 1G bushels per acte.
Hailing Street Fair
From 11.00 a.m. Monday, Sept. 18
when the Queen of the Carnival will
enter the city in her royal chariot, un
til midnight, Saturday, Sept '-'II, the
city ol Hastings will hi; tlio nuuiii! of the
most enthuslnstiu colebi ations ever held
in central Nebraska. The program in
cludes horse races, ball gnmt 9, shooting
flrcmeus' nnd band contests, parades
and sports of all kinds, for which prizes
aggregating $7,500 are oiTored.
A circus, balloon ascensions, with
parnchute drop, a Midway with all the
oriental features of the Streets of Cairo
and a grand Floral Festival aro some
of tlio special features which have bet u
arranged. Kvory night, a splendid dis
play of lirnwotks will be given which
the people of Hastings promise shall
turpass anything of its kind ever at
tempted iu the West.
A rate of one faro for the round rip
to Hastings will be iu cITect from all
Burlington Route stations within sev
enty-live miles of Hastings. Selling
dates, Sept. 10 to 23. Tickets good to
return until Sopt. 25. Buy one, tnke
the Burlington Hotite to Hastings and
"go up ngaiust" the biggvst bushel of
fun ever provided for the amusement
of the people of central Nebraska.
Bid NEW FALL STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Cloaks, Jackets, Capes,
Furnishing Goods, Carpets, Rugs Shoes,
are partly in and coming as fast as the factory and manufacturer can turn them out.
If you are a buyer of these lines of goods let us reason together.
II AYlJrV Kl
If the Hebrews of the United States
carry out their threat of boycotting
French goods of all kinds, because of
their belief that Capi. Dreyfus was
convicted by a packed court-martial,
in spite of evidence ot his innocence,
they will (mil a strong friend in Sena
tor Stewart, who advocates what
would lie a practical olllcial Woycott of
France by the United States govern
ment. Senator Stewart wishes the
United Stales to break oil diplomatic
relations with Fiance on Che ground
that the eountrv lias no government
worthy of tlio iinimt. Ho also advo
cates repeal of the law providing for
our participation in the l'aiis exposi
tion of 1000.
The people are becoming alivo to the
great merits of the "Greater America
Exposition" at Omaha. The people of
Omaha, Council Bluff and other near
by towns are constant ami pleased visi
tors, thousands of the people irom 1
across the sea ire all there, Filipinos);
37 of them. The famous water ButTalo. '
Aguinaldo's carriage. Twenty eight j
line people from Hawaii. Champion j
swimmers. The Uoyal double quar- ;
telte. The best singers in our new ' j
possessions. Alargoconipanyof uativo
Cubans. The awful Garrotte and the.!
terible Executioner Valentine, who has.'
killed more than 800 people on this very
inachiue, No such an exposition will
be given iu the west iu the next twen
ty years. See It while you can.
The Lincoln Street Fair
Spend the week beginning Septunibtr
18 at Lincoln if you want to see the big
gest tiling in the way of street fairs
ever held in the West.
Everything is free the agricultural
exhibit, the cattle, hog and horse ix
hlblts, the band concerts, the parades,
theatrical performances, balloon ascen
sions nnd lireworks. Forsixsolid days
you can fairly revel in fun. You can
see hundreds of odd nnd interestirg
things everyone of thorn without the
cost of a cent.
Extraordinarily low rates via the
Burlington Houte, September 18, 10, 20
and 21. Soo the local ticket agent. J.
Frauds, General l'assanger Agent,
SUITS and SKIRTS
designed by WHtgBfM nd tne Product of
thtir custom WiwOKM department, which,
for exclusive IsaEaSBH styles and high
trade workmanship, ranks foremost In America.
Every lady who wishes to have a perfect gown
or skirt, strictly up-to-date and different from
anyone's else, at a price no night r than asked
for ordinary ready-to-wear garments, should
leave her measure with us ana make selections
of cloth and style from over a hundred samples
of suitings and dozens of fashion plates, repre
senting ah the newest American and European
effects. 1 rices within the reach ol everybody
and prompt deliveries guaranteed.
Bigliuuof Ladies Tailor made Sulla
and Skirts iu stock at from 85.00 lo $23
We have the Largest Stock and Largest
Store in Webster county in which to do business.
We have the Goods, honestly bought and
cheaply sold with which to do business.
We advertise to get business and give hon
est values to keep and build up business.
We have been here but a few years but we
expect to be here for twenty-five years to come.
Atow are vofc $ovtv$ o Ao WiW?
When we have, thoroughly satisfied you we
have made a friend. Our customers leave our
store pleased and return again and again to carry
away our bargains.
You should know we will not be undersold.
We never have been and never will be.
We do not advertise one single article falsely
and never will. If yov see it in our "ad" it is so.
Ours is the most complete Dress
Goods Department ever shown
iu the west at prices that talk.
If yon tu e looking for the up-to-date
buy it at Turnuro Bros.
Our blankets were bought early
last spriug which places in in a
position to sell Blankets at
prices our competitors paid for
their's. Tho advanco on Blan
kets being about 25 per cent.
While in market wo secured the
greatest Bargains in Ilugs over
offered. Wo aro selling them
faster than we can mark them.
Our competitors will think this
is a lie. Well! wo have got
them to thinking.
Our Big Shoe Department is be
coming more popular dally.
We have tli Shoes, tha Styles,
the Values, and will save you
money in this Dapartmont.
We cordiallv invite vou to call r.nd see our
mammoth stock. We can serve your interests &Y0C&YV&&.
best and serve you faithfully. Enough said.
Good Enough to Take.
Tho finest quality of loaf sugar is
used in the manufacture of Chamber
lain's Cough Uemedy nnd the loots
used in its preparation give il u llnvor
similar to that of maule syrup, making
it very pleasant to take. As a medicine
for the cure of coughs, colds, lagrippo,
cioup and whooping cough it is tin
equalled by any other. 1 1 always cures
mil cures quickly. For sale by 11. E.
I REFEREES SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Nutlco Is hereby Riven Hint by virtue of n
Judicial District of the State of Nebraska, In
and for Thayer County made nnd entered In
unlrt Court on the !8lh dny of June, 18W. In a
rerlnln enmo In snld court pending, wherein
Henry It. Wood Trustee. Is pintntltr nnd Ten
nent ltounlds. Fmnfc Hunter trustee, Eramn S.
Ilerrlsh, Knthcrlnn I,. Drown, Margaret I).
Ilrown. Helen llrowu, Kllznbrlh L. Hronrn,
Flora Ilrown Moln-Auilln. William W. Frank
lln nnd David 8. Qrny administrators with the
will annexed of the estatb of Ilenjamlu 8
Ilrown, Herbert E. Ilradler administrator and
executor Tenuent Konalds trustee; George
Graham Hell Stewart trustee Charlea W. IIIiijc
ham, Frank Wood. Charlotte Wood Henry R.
wood aarnimsirnior ana guiruipn, Isabella
Wood. Kllznbcth U. Urown administratrix.
FrnurlsC. Wood guardlm. Charlef II. Ilnbcock
nnd Henry It. Wood executors of tho last will
of Isnbeltn W. Ilnbcock aro qefeiMnuts for the
imrllllnu of tho follon-liiK dcitylbftd real cstnlo
Hltimte In Webster County, Nlika. toRcthcr
with certain Ihii-Is Iu Tlmjcr iWuty, Nebraska,
The West half of the South Knit quarter of
section thlrtean (i:i) In towusnlp one (1) runne
eleen (I!) rontnlnlui; eighty (Nil) acres.
The South West i)imrter of i-ectlon twenty
four nil) In township one (I) range eleven Mi)
conlnluttiKone hundred sixty ilrtl) acres.
rue Kuriii r.nsi ipinrier oi section iwewr
KvSountor Washburn, ot Minnesota,
who has just returned from Europe,
mid who is regarded as one of Ihe
world's best wheat o.poit. said of Ibis
year's giain supply; "Tlio crops
throughout Europe aro all good this
year, with the single exception of Bus-
sia. There tho wheat yield is poor. In
Germauy, Austria and Hungary, and,
in fact, in all other parts of Europe,
tho crop is better than it has been for
years. This will lesson the demand
for bread stuffs from the United Stales
to sumo oxtout, but with our short
crop here, thero will bo a good market
for all thai wo havo produced. India
is as yet hardly a fautor In wheat pro
duction. Argentine is fast getting to
bonne. Tho United States will, how
over, for a long tlmo to come, be tho
leading wheat-producing country of
HOOSIBR : DRILLS !
nine (89) In luunhli one (l)nuiKe twelve (12)
maim e ne iiiiuiircii suiy i luii acres.
And which said decree directed tho under
slKtied referees Iu said cnue to sell tho above
described real estate at the front dour of tho
Court Hotuo Iu Iteil Cloud, Webster County,
Nebraskn, as upon execution for cash In hand.
Therefore, the referees In mid cause will on
Tuesda), the I'.'lh day of feeptemher, IBM com
uiciiclnu at tho hour uf two o'clock t- in. of snld
diiv at tlio front ilnor of the Court llousn In lied
Cloud. Webster county. Nebrssltn. sell said real
estate at public auction to the highest bidder
(or cash In hand.
Dated AUKUot 10th, ISW
F. 11. Thai l, 1
A, l.iNinKV, Vltcfcrces.
-M. II. Weis-i. )
lluiiAiinit A DiNSMOiir, Attoiucjs.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
State of Nebraska, l
Webster County. (
In the matter ofctho estate of Luclnda Fourt,
Notlco Is hereby invent lo aUiPorsotiB havliiR
claims and douiands akalnat Luclnda Fourl
IhIo of the county of Allamweo. Stale of Iowa,
deceased, that tho time lil for llllne claims
nxnlnstsald cstnlo Is sldConths from tho '.'il
ilav of September. lHtiQ. Uh such persons are
required to present tb claims with the
vouchers lo the County JlldKO of raid county,
at his otllcc therein, on or bcforelthe i.'d day ot
March, lUOO, and all claims so tiled will be
heard before the said lodge on the 1 (1 day of
March, io, at 10 o'clock a.m.
Jamks llurrr. County Judge.
Tho yield of com in tho United
States has exceeded 2,000,000,000 bush
els in 1880, 1891, 1895 and 1800. Last
year and the year before, the crop came
close up to tho 2,000,000,000 mark, ex-
ceodlng in both years 1,000,000,000
bushols. ThU year, according to ac
cepted estimates, will bo another-2,000-000,000year,
that amount being exceed
ed by 50,000,000 bushels. Nearly thre
fourths of the entire crop is credited
to tho states of Kausas, Nebraska, Iowa,
Illinois, Missouri, Indiana, Ohio and
Texas, and tho ylold In bushols will bo
in the order named, Kausas standing
highest with 800,000,000 bushols and
Texas lowest with 74,000.000 bushols
List year Iowa led tho list with 255,000
OW bushels, Illinois was second with
Will MakCS HMK?
Home is made by the family. With
out the love which comes with children
there may be a house hut never a borne,
In the best meaning of the word. Many
a house which was only four walls and a
roof has been made n home by the
agency of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion. Nature sets her face against child
lessness and "Favorite Prescription"
works with nature to remove the ob
stacles to maternity.
"I had been a sufferer from uterine trouble Tor
about Ihrrc years, having two mtscamsRcs in
that time and the doctors that I consultird snld
I would have to no inrouan an operation oeiorc
I could Rive birth to children," writes Ml,
nlanche It Kvaus. of Parsons. Luierue Co . l'a..
Boa 41 "When about lo Etve up in despair. I
bought a bottle of Dr. Pierce's Havorite Prescrip
tion and alter liking It fell Ixlter than I had for
yean Fell Improved before I hid taken one
half bottle AOer taking four ami a half bottles
I give birth lo a bright baby girl who is now
four months old and has not had a day or sick
ness She is aa bright as can be. I cannot say
too much in praise of Di Pieret'a favorite
Dr Pierce's Medical Adviser a wotk
for every woman is sent free on receipt
of stamps to pay cost of mailing only.
Sctid ai one-cent stamps for paper cov
ered book or ii blamps for cloth covered
to Dr, R. V. Wcrcc, Buflalo, N. Y.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Slnto of Nebraska, I
Wehsicr Ciiunty. f . .
In the matter of tho estate of Nula Sorgcrson,
defeased. . .- ..
Notice Is hereby given Jo all persons having
plilmi ami demands anilnst Nels Sonrersotl.
Into of Weosler rouuy,fieceaed. that the time
fixed fordllng claim fgnlmt said t stale is six
mniitha frnm till) lltll lir of AlllllSt. 1S09. All
such persona are rcqtflfed tupreseutiheirclalms
with tlio vouchers to Tlio County Judge of said
county, at hla office therein, on or before Iho
12th day of February. 1W0. and nil claims so filed
will be heard b fore the said Judge on the ISth
day of February, 1900, at Hi o'clock a.m.
James Durrr. County Judge.
Dated this 15th dny of July. 1HIW
NO SPRINGS. Sure to go in the Ground.
James Peterson, Agt9
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Write for the frea booklet:
Ilhymtt or XAIrify Timet."
THE CHARLES E. HIRES CO., fhllailslphla. Pa.
Moktrt ofBlrt OmdtnmX MUM.
PABST MILWAUKEE Ite
' ALWAYS OS TAP.
TURNURE BROS., Red Cloud, Nebraska.
PLATT & .FREES CO.,
Ghieago Iiumbef Yard,
RED OI.OUD. NEBRASKA.
Lumber, Lime. Goal and Cement
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One Dollar per Year.
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