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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 18!?.
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JDroi o Coin.
J Unless by accident, bliruluus ulwaj's ;
i comes ono way by neglect. J.yes ,
f uecomo wenx, viiii iruin un in.
J Tliov bt'comu weaken you ooiiiitino
vuir can-lessuoM until too l:w
eomos i egret.
Yo -Hi? Jay e s
J may bo warning you every day of 4
I their weakness their inability to J
work without help. Tho eyes are
J daily "brondmakors for most of us. J
I J. hoy nro pricoloss to all. u.trt j
neglect them. Timely attention may 4
J 9avo futtiro misery. Examinations
l froe. Satisfactory glasses or no pay. j
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I ivewnouse aros.,
Jewelers and Opticians.
11 r jour Watch, Clock and JowcJrjr J
Leavo your orders with us when 4
J wanting a nico hair chain biaidcd. J
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Everything at cost at Taylor's.
Hummock's at cost at Taylor's.
Mis Nollio Lamb went to Guide Uock
Harness of all kinds tit Fogol and
Ed.Amackof Guido Uock was hero
tho last of tho week.
Attorney Hlackledgo returned from
n trip to Omaha Tuesday.
If you want anything In tho harness
lino see Fogcl anil Hutchison.
Seo Wright's lino of warm weather
gasolino stoves bofore purchasing.
Oliver Hedgo returned Sunday oven
ing from a trip to Lincoln and Omaha.
Walter Itoby sells tho Singer sowing
machine Prices right. Get tno best.
" A Methodist preacher has a lively
time moving. Beaver Valley Trib
une. A. W. Upp of Sherwood, Kansas,
was looking after business matters
Largest lino of nets and dusters in
the Republican valley at the lowest
prices. J. O. Butler.
S. W. Foe loft Saturday for a visit
with relative in Louisvillo, this stato.
Ho will also visit at Ornuha.
Lew Clapp and wifo returned Mon
day morning from a visit at tho Homo
'of his mothor at Bloomington.
Ed. Foam's team ran away and took
a spin out tho oast road Monday even
ing but no especial damage was done.
Don't stand tho boat of a cook stovo
this summer but buy a gasoline stovo
of W. W. Wright. Ho has a lino line of
T. C. Hacker and wifo left Tuesday
for Omaha and after spending a few
days there will visit at their former old
home at Brownvillo.
Butler, tho harness man is headquar
ters for all kinds of lirst class harness,
both ligh;.and heavy. If you want
anything in his line sue him.
Since tho Droyfus trial you don't seo
the Indianola girls wearing Paris hats.
They prefor a head gear witli a long,
lono turkey feathor on it, Indianola
Tho business mon should attend tho
tent meetings to seo how many of their
clerks have taken advantage of tho
early closing of the stores to attond,
and tho clerks should go to see how
many of their employers aro attending
WHEN HUNGRY j
Star Bakery, 1
J. O, WILES, Prop. . J
Furniture at cost at Taylor's.
Ed. Cox of McCook wns hoi 0 Thurs
day. Take your harness repairing to Fogol
District court will onvctio in this
city next Monday.
Goo. McCall was up from Guide Uock
tho Inst of tho week.
(. M. Castor of Franklin county was
hero tho llrst of tho week.
Geo. W. Llndsoy and family havo
moved down on the farm.
llavo you seen that lino lino of nets
and dusters at J. O. Butler's.
Isaac Fish of Bladen was looking
after business hero Saturday.
Alvln Popo left Tuesday morning for
Lincoln whore ho goes to teach.
L. H. Uust and wifo lef. tho llrst of
tho week overland for a visit to Heaver
Ed. Pulsipher has taken the position
of bartender in tho saloon 01 M. M.
Mrs. C. F. Gather left Saturday for
Lincoln whero she will visit with her
Mrs. L. D. Wells returned Wednes
day morning from a visit with relatives
Miss Edith McKclghan left Monday
morning for Lincoln whero sho hns
secured a position.
Seo W. W. Wright's lino of rofriger
ators. Ho handles tho Hcrrick which
is tho best on earth.
You can always find what you want
in tho mont lino at Warren's market.
Fresh llsh every Friday.
Dr. Beck reports the arrival on Sat
urday night last of a lino baby girl at
tho homo of Claronco Wilson.
Mrs. E. E. Elliott who has boon visit
ing with tho family of Thomas Emigh
has returned to her homo in Illinois.
J H Rpptl and si.n Frank who havo
been visiting Dr. E. S. Reed and other
rotntlves and friends hero havo gono to
Z. Harnos and brothor J. A. loft Mon
day for Osknloosa, Iowa, having re
ceived tho information that their
mothor was seriously ill.
Having derided to closo out my busi
ness in tills city I offer my entire stock
of furnituro.cnrpets, curtains nnd wnll
paper at cost. F. V. Taylok.
A telephone in your homo or placo
of business will savo you valuable
timo and many a step. Tho rato for a
phono is low. Consult tho local man
ager. Lost: Black pocketbook with a Ilvo
and ono dollar bill and somo small
change, calling cards, etc. Finder will
ploaso leave at livery barn of C. T.
Charles Ethorton who had his foot
crushed in tho B. & M. yards somo
timo ago and nftorward had tho mem
bor amputnted Is ablo to bo up and
around tho house.
.Someone at the little town of Byron,
east of hero had business of enough im
portance in Now York City on Tues
day night to transact It over tho tele
phono at a cost of five dollars for flf-
A lino of red paint commonly known
as a dead lino has boon placed on tho
thoB.&M. platform. It is as much
respected as a Filipino tronch was
when tho First Nebraska wanted to
get on tho other side.
A. E. Bnrtlett of McCook was hero
tho last of tho week visiting old friends.
Ho wns ono of tho boys who woro
brought horo many years ago and
given homos by residents of this county
and his mission horo was to soo if ho
could loam anything In regard to his
relatives, but ho has so far boon un
successful. "S I look back, It ain't tho money 't
Pvo sDont for tho good times 't I've
had 't I regret. It's tho good times 't
I might 'as well 'vo had and didn't.
I'm inclined to think," ho remarked
with an air of having given tho matter
consideration, "th&t after Adam 'an
Evo got buncoed out of tho gard'n thoy
kicked themselves as much as anythln'
fer not havln' cleaned up tho hull tree
while thoy was about It." David
Parties who nro interested in tho
raising of fino poultry have started tho
ball rolling for an exhibit to bo held in
this city somo timo in tho near future.
About a hundred dollars has already
been subscribed in amounts of five dol
lars each and smaller subscriptions
will also bo taken until an amount suf.
fioient to make the project a success
has been raised. After this has been
accomplished an organization will bo
offectod and dates set for tho show.
From tho llboral raannor In whloh our
business mon havo responded thoro is
no doubt that it will bo a go. Wo aro
triad to see this spirit of llborality and
piogrosslvenoss shown by our citizens
in advocating and bringing auout proj
eels which will benotit tho community
and bring tho rosidonts of the county
into closer touch with one another.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL,
Carpets at cost at Taylor's.
Curtains at cost at Taylor's.
Wall papor at cost at Taylor's.
11. F. Mizor has a now delivery
Geo Kellogg of Bertram! was hero
For hand made harness go to 1'jgol
rjGeo. S. Green left Saturday morning
for a trip down In Kansas.
Seo the "American" hog fence at
Mitchell Bros. Host on earth
Miss Josio Igou returned Monday
evening fiom a trip to Lincoln.
Mrs. K. A. Douglass returned
day from a short visit at Seward
Mrs. Allien returned Tuesday morn
ing from a prolonged visit in Iowa.
Mrs. Geo. J. Warren returned from a
visit with friends at Lincoln Monday.
J. W. Wnllin loft Monday on a busl
ness trip to the eastern part of tho
Miss Lois Popo has taken a position
in tho dry goods department of Turn
Samuel Dyer made a trip to North
Branch tho llrst of tho week after
W. W. Tnlleys and Miss Laura Boyd
will bo married on next Wednesday
Mrs. Danlol Schwarz, slstor of Mrs.
Eil. McFnrlatid, arrived from Chicago
Stacy and Bert Morhart aro visiting
In Omaha this week. Thoy will also
visit in Lincoln beforo their return.
Mrs. E. S. Snoll of Farmlngtou, Wash
ington, arrived in tho city Thursday
morning on a visit with her sister Mrs.
Alec Mcintosh who used to bo a res
ident of this county but who has been
in tho west for tho past nine or ten
years arrived in the city tho last of tho
Mrs. Duvo Zorowekh, of Seattle,
Wyoming, formerly a resident of this
city, is hero visiting her parents Mr.
nnd Mrs. Thomas Emigh and other
relatives a.nd frionds.
D. J. Myers has gathered together a
lino dtsplny of all kinds of farm crops
and grasses which will bo sont to
Galcshurg, Illinois, to bo shown at
tho street fair thoro. When thoso
products aro soon by tho visitors at
this fnlr thoy will think that Nebraska
is indeed tho garden spot of tho world.
Miss P. D. Yoisor, accompanied by
her brother Will nnd Dillard Bodford
loft Monday for Omaha whero thoy
will meet Geo. O. Yoisor nnd wifo.
After making a visit in Omaha Miss
Yoiscr will nccompany her father and
motherto their homo nt Boloit.Wiscon
sin, whero sho will make a prolonged
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postofQcoat Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending Sept. 28th
Bradley, Henry Latta, W. S.
Chapon, Chas. Scldlo, M.
These letters will bo sont to tho (lend
letter ofllco Oct. 12th, if not called for
before. When calling for above pleaso
say advertised. T. C, Hackek. P. M.
While other cities around us aro
building briek buildings, tho old fire-
trap, nuisance, eyesore, and public bill
board, known as tho "rookery" still
stands, a monument to tho sollishness
of hojm) pcoiilo's nature. But hist! let's
hold tho chicken show in tho up ftairs
room. There's no partitions to inter
fere and It's renlly tho only up-to-dato
hull which is fit to hold a crowd nnd
proper exits in case of firo.
Made so by belni led to
If you hare the corn
we can supply the
OATTLE. Our In
terest Bate the Low
est. Our Services are
the Best. Write us.
I THE Siegel-Sanders
Rooms 73, 74, 75, Llv 8 to ok
; Exchange. Station "A."
Kansas City, Mo. j
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders arc the greatest
mcnacentoncalthof the present day.
ROL BAHIKO WwOtH CO., kl YOflK.
R. R, Kyd of Hentrico was in the city
Attorney P. A. Wells was in Oinalia
G. G Iloyt of Cowles was In the city
Bert Grioo and wifo were visiting in
Omaha this week.
M. C. Hcrkley of Burr Oak, Kansas,
wns hero Tuesday.
II. F. Kirbyof Lebanon, Kansas, was
in town Wedmsdny.
N. II. Peters an 1 family of Guido
Rock were hero Wednesday.
Horace Wluegar of Lebanon, Kan
sas, ivin hero the lat of the week.
R. A. Simpson of Blue Hill was horo
looking after business matters Tuesday.
11. E. Pelrle of Uock Falls, Illinois,
was looking after business matters
hero this week.
Thoo. Gardnor of Lawrence, Kansas,
was looking after business matters
Mih. B. F. Boynton of Roek Falls,
Illinois, was hero this weok looking
uftur property interests.
Elder Hussnng Is to prench at the
Hummel school hotiso nt 3 p.m. on
Oct. 1, (next Lords d y).
Miss Verona Keady, of Portland,
Oregon, daughter of Ex-Senator Keady
of that state, was visiting here the
first of the week tho guest of II. W.
Brewer nnd wifo.
JA largo number of tho members of
the Fraternal Aid society of this city
wont to Rivcrton on Monday evening
nnd were given a banquot by tho order
at that place. A lino timo is reported.
The pain of a burn or scald is almost
instantly rolloved by applying Cham
berlain's Pnin Balm. It also heals tho
injured parts moro quickly than nny
other treatment, and without tho burn
is very sovaro does not leavo a scar.
Forsalo by II. E. Grico.
Tho union mootlugH nt tho tent nro
still progressing finely. Although tho
wonthor tho pust wook una been quito
chilly and it waB nocossary part of tho
timo to conduct tho mootlngn iusldoof
ono of tho churches, It hns had no of
foot on the attendance or Interest man
ifostod. Rev. L. P. Rowland is a vory
ouorgetio and mioceHsful christian
workor and will no doubt load a largo
number to the straight and narrow
path beforo tho flnul closing of tho
Tho Mothodist conference which
concluded Its work nt Lincoln tho lat
ter part of last wook resulted in a
chango of ministers at all tho church
os in this fioction. Rov. J. M. Darby
who Iiiih so ably land successfully ex
pounded tho doctrlno of Mothodlsm
In this city for tho past two yean was
assigned to the city of Brownvillo in
tho eastern part of tho stato and Rov.
R. A. Barnos, formerly of Norfolk
will tako chargo of tho Rd Cloud pas
torate Rov. A. G. Blackwoll who has
had chargo of the Red Cloud circuit
goon to Ayr, and Rov. G. W. Hummol
who ban for somo tlmo past occupiod
the Blue Hill pulpit was nssignod to
tho Rod Cloud circuit.
Hasry, oldest child of Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Hill, died at his homo four miles
north of Cowles on Wednesday after
noon, September 20th, 1800. Funeral
services were conducted from tho Con
gregational church at 8 o'clock Thurs
day afternoon, Rev. Duakin oflluiatlng.
Tho remains woro laid to rost in tho
Harry Hill wns born at Mason City,
Illinois, May U, 1870, and moved with
his parents to Cowlos, Nebraska in
1888, whero he has since lived. Harry
was of a kind and loving disposition
that won frionds wherever he wont.
Ho will bo sadly missed by his school
mates and many friends. God has ta
ken him to blossom bright in his king
dom wboro will bo co moro pain.
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Regular examinations for persons
desiring to teach in Webster county
are held in the superintendent's ofilce
at Rod Cloud, the third Saturday In
each month. '
Eva J. Cask, County Supt.
Come in and seo tho now Nowton
wugons at Peterson's.
"A good dress ind i
things of wnicli every mm
YOU cm visit my lirge
city in the world in i
suit and be looked upon as a
well dressed min.
The materials are of the
The styles are correct.
The fit and workmanship
In short, H. S. 6 M.
clothes are the acme of good
taste and common sense.
HART, BCHArfNCH A MARX
TAILOR MADE CLOTHES.
XOISHI ISST L1XK OF MEN'S
PANTS KVKK IIKOUGJITTO
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
At Red Cloud, Nebraska.
The Science of Healing: Without Drugs.
Tho theory on which tho Science of Osteopathy is founded, is that if every
part of tho bony structure is in place, and the passage of tho nerves and blood
vessels is unobstructed, so that every part of tho body is receiving its proper
nerve and blood supply, the physical body will perform Its work correctly and
tho condition known as health results.
Un the other hand if nny part of tho bony structure or its muscular attach
ments become dislocated, misplaced or mallformed. so that a nerve or blood
vessel is partinlly or fully obstructed, tho condition known as disease will ap
pear in the part which should bo suppllod or drained by tho nervo or blood ves
"Osteopathy is tho work of n skilled mechanic un tho most complicated of
Ostoopalhio treatment is scientilio, requiring no faith, no drugs, no surgical
operation. It is purely a study of mechanism und function combined with a
system of scientilio manipulation.
Osteopathy is applied Physiology.
DR. MA11Y CHASE KOCKWELL,
Graduate of the National School ot Osteopathy.
ROOMS OVER COTTING'S DRUG STORE.
TlfciVIJS JTJMKJSTfc CO,
JBiiildinfi: material, Bto,
City Dray and Express Line.
B, IrtC. ROSS, PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
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TELEPHONES NO. 50 AND 52.
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Costs less and morn economically conducted than any other
company. Purely mutual, Your own nolghbors adjust your J
los". Evory mombor hn a voice in tho managemont. A fino
opening for gnoit AdKNTS. Write us nt once for terms anil
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736 New Y$rk Lite Bulltllag, Omabt, Nb, 2
good address ire two
sfiould mil nimsclf."
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