The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, February 23, 1900, Image 5
"KWWMi ,-n k y II - 'm jmzimsummmmj ' Whnti Vfilil liitfuit twimtc olwtnlnr W """" ' " "" ".."V...K you take liiin to 11 tailor DO YOU? 5 When ill you semi for a carpen. . k tor JJJ 1)0 YOU? p When you havo a liouso to build von mill t fin iiiulnrtnU-nr m J"" - - DO YOU? Or p Tho nuin who devotes till his energies to ono lino of work, bo- 2 comes ninstor if that particular JJj r line. We have 6punt ninny years i in tho prauticu os optics. Our m facilities arc most complete. Ev- JJj m ery aid that science and median- cal ingenuity has devised forsuo- cosstul oyo testing anu glass tit- jj ting is at our command 5 T&fcvxftvousfc "Bros., m JKWKI.tltS AND OPTICIANS. ftffttttt-tK GENERAL CITY NEWS. Thk Chief $1 per year. Tho Itacket Store sus everything. C. T. Hnzelton went to Hastings this week. Ed. Amack of Guide Hock was up yesterday. Tho Ciiikk and Chicago Inter Ocean one year for 31.25. Robes, robes, robes. All kinds of robes at J.O. Dialer's. Largost lino of heaters in tho valley nt Wright's lmrdwaro store. Wantkd: Good girl for general housework. Mits. O. C. Tkkl. Walter Hoby sells tho Singer sowing niachino. Prices .rigiit. Get tho host. J. W. ttuuehoy returned tho last of tho week from a business trip at Lin coin. Miss Nora Watson of Cowles was visiting with tho family of J. W. Kin sol this week. Mrs. 11. L. Davison of Lincoln was hero last week visiting with J. A. Till leys and family. Do you want a heating stovo? If you do go to Wright's. He-has n largo lino at tho lowest prices. Don McCuno who has been sick for the past I wo weeks, died this (Friday) evening about 7:30o'c1ock. Farmers who havo held public sales lately all report having received ex ceptionally good prices for what they had to sell. The republican county central com mittco will meet at the oflice ol Chancy fc Morcor on Saturday afternoon, Mar. 10, at 2 o'clock p.m. W. A. Maynard.ono of our successful farmers living south of tho river is en joying a visit from his mothor who ar rived in tho city from tho cast last ove ning. The Nobraska Mercantile Company havo moved their stock of groceries from the old First National bank build iug to Hie dry goods department of their store room. Dr. Elliott has a complete stock of pcctncles and oyo glasses of modern pattern. Call in with your old frames and have the right lensos put in thorn. At tho Holland House. . Gospel service in Moon block hall Sabbath, March 4, at 3. p.m. Mrs. Ida Horton will give some interesting facta and experiences in her mission work in Chicago as a part of the program. A gopol invitation to all. Evangelistic mootings will begin as previously an nounced about tho middle of March. u limtKs to Tin: MINORS OK J l'lillNDbHll' - m.u nil v Nhvr.it nt .r LIE, STEKL., J SWERR. DRINK AND EKT, Wlicii you I.lo. li't in U' iily n "Hhliu" one. ( When m steul. kiriiliiwii) fr"m I''' L'oni ian P It'lir... rvit W.ri.HP LUi-IF III V ill I T lMI I II 1 1 V. MIIVIIJUII ..- n v . - ,-.....-.. , , j When you Drink, iln ik to the health of n c frlcwl. When you Kiit. eat nt the t $tr JBcilceiw, Km A LJ. O. WILES, Prop. MORE OR LESS PERSONAL. N v i tin- tunc tn inici i lie Heaters In endlcs vurietv a V. W Wright's. Dr. Spencer of lliverton was here Tuesday. Leslie Graves made a trip to Hast ings this week. Attomov Overman was in Lincoln tho first of the week.' Novelties of nil kinds at the Itacket Storo in tho Moon block. , Our phono number is now 72 Call us up when you need job printing. Miss Guela Hoed loft Sunday for Guide Dock where she is teaching school. Mrs. J. H. Dlackledgo returned Thursday from a visit with friends nt Dlnomington. Mrs. S. F. Spnkesfiold is in Des Moines, Iowa, this wenk buying her spring stock of millinery. Charley McCord and family left tho first of tho week for Arborvillo, this state, whore ho will make his home. Wm. H.Young of Central City, No braska, nnct Mary L. Guy, of Campbell, Nebraska, wore married by Judge Duffy on the 28th. Dr. Elliott of Denver is well equipped to correct errors of tho eye. Compli cated cases n specialty. No charges for examinations. Holland House. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Labarrce of Owattoona, Minnesota, who havo been visiting in tho city with J. A. Tullcys and family returned to their home on Saturday night. Jesse J. Dakcr, who has for quite a time past been one of the popular ton sorial artists in the shop of Ward Hialt, left the Hist of the week for Superior where ho will reside in future. Percy McHride, of Fort Morgan, Col orado, arrived in the city Wednesday evening for a visit with his mother and other relatives and' friends. Ho is on his way to Chicago where he will take an optical course. On Thursdays, February fith and 20th, March (Jlh and 20th, tho Burling ton i onto will sell round trip excursion tickets to Hot Springs and Custer, S. D., nt tho rato of ono standard fate plus 22 for continuous passage with a return limit of thirty days from date of sale. A. CoNOVKit, Agent. As a general rulo it is about a two or three week's job to work a person np to a point whero ho will cnnsentto run for mayor in this city, but this year parties can bo found who are willing to undertake tho job who need no boost ing. As ono of them says, ho wants it because ho has nothing else to look nftei and it would serve to keep him looking after something. Ho ought to havo it. If there is anything that will euro a bad case of inertia it is n torm in tho mayor's oflice. From tho appoaranco of Turnuro Dros. store last Thursday morning ono would bo led tobolievo that tho Mod ern Woodman goat had boon converted into n bucking broncho nnd tried to throw ono of tho candidates which wore initiated Wednesday night high enough that when ho came down he would poon through to the cellar. Tut candidate evidently didn't comply with the intentions, but from appearances ho hit tho floor with a jolt bard enough to dislodge several square yards of plastor which crashed through tho dried fruit show caso of Turnuro Dros. in tho room below. Wm. H. VanPatton, Frank Darlowe, Dun Ksholman, and Chits. Hoss nro four now arrivals from Fulton county Illinois who will mako Webster county their future homo. Tho gontlnnion havo bought property and nro perma nently located. Mr. VanPatten will occupy the farm oro milo west of tho river bridge; Mr. Barlow- ia located one and one-half miles sooth of the river bridge; Mr. Eshflman is located on tbo strip of land botween the river and tho tailroad track, cast of the old mill site, comprising about GOO acres, and Mr. Hobs is now a resident of this city. Dr. E. A. Elliott of Denver, oyo spec ialist is in town, and stopping nt tho Holland House. Dr. Elliott is well equipped in methods, instruments and experieiiei', in eni rooting ermis in re fraction of the uses. A huge olaM of (leople are troubled with In-idiii'hi and in ni.iny o ises it is oaiiM'd by oyo strain of .lomo kind Ky est lain U tho oaiixn of brain irritation, nervous de bility, headache, etc. A now and deli cate mi thud i'f detecting irritation of uervt centers and curing it by re pression, glass titling., etc. I can positively euro headache, granulated lids, inflamed ovo balls, crossed conditions (if done in time). Children'! eyes should not bo neglect ed I will be in Hed Cloud sumo days. Most of my work is prescription work i and I cannot do this wit limit stopping soiuu lliuo Copy of preVeiiption goes with each pair of glasses so in cato they are lost or broken others can bo had 1 make special efforts in lilting nrlilicitil eyes, either eye ball existing or removed. Examinations and testing f.ue. At Holland Hotel parlor. "Necessity is the Mother of Invention' It was the necessity for an honest reliable blood purifier and tonic that brought into existence Hood's Sarsapa rilla. It is a highly concen trated extract prepared by a combination, proportion and process peculiar to itself and giving to Hood's Sarsaparilla unequalled curative power. Its wondcrfut record of cures his nude H America's Greatest Medicine. Rosy Cheeks - " hvt good health and rosy cheeks, thanks to Hood's Sarsaparilla. It builds me up and saves doctor bills." Mary A. Burke, East Ciatr St., Indianapolis, Ind. dWod&SaUa, Tsltlll J JlllJ&mmrm AKMamUiixmiiiua Hood'l Will cut IItt llli ; the lion ltt1ttln tnd only ttthirtlo to Uk witli"lfoo3'"i wriprlllj LOCALLY. Herbert Conover left Tuosdny for McCook. W. 11, Parker went to Grand Island Tuesday. Earnest Jones of Guide Dock wits here Thursday. Got Wright's pricos and soo his lino boforo you got n heator. U.S. Proudllt was n business visitor from Guide Hock yosterday. Anything you want at a price that makes you buy, at the Kacket Storo. L. 11. Dlackledgo was looking after legal matteis at Trenton tho first of tho week. Frederick Halt is and Miss Jennie E. Harris were granted a license to ved on February 28th. Thomas D. Moore and Miss Helena Nan, both of Dluc Hill were granted a license to wed on the 27th of February. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Storey on Saturday evening, l-ebruary 21th, a daughter of tho usual Nebraska weight. Don't forget that tho Ciiikk has moved to the basement under tho F. & M. bank nnd is rendy to do job print tbgof nil kinds. Married, on Wednesday, February 28th, Willis 11. Scrn of Smith county nnd Miss Ellloda Loppo of Webster county, Judgo Duffy officiating. A number of our people availed themsevos of tho opportunity offered this week and took sleigh ri los, but at present a mud scow would bo tho prop or thing. Five cars of emigrant goods were shipped in here this week and tho in dications nro that this year will be a record breaker in tho number of new comers to this state. Dlankets, blnnkots, blankets. Havo you seen my largo stock of blankets. Square blankets, cutaway blnnkots, wool blnnkots, G-A blankets, Hurling ton stay blankets, bins girth blankets, Storm King blnnkets and in fact all kinds of blankets at low prices at J. O. Dialer's. James Gouldic, residing about ton miles southwest, was in tho city Wed nesday, and was upon orders of tho mayor ordered to leavo town by tho city marshal. It appears thatGouldio was in the ofllco of one of our attor neys transacting a little business, nnd during tho conversation mildly in formed tho attorney that Mrs.Gouldio had tbo small pox. What happened immediately after the lawyer recoived tho news of tho sickness of Mr. Gouldio's wife we cannot exactly tell, but tho mayor was informed about tho matter at onco and Gouldio was or dered to leave town, which he did. Wo havo addod to onr stock a complete lino of the latest Magazines and Story Papers. A'o solioil your patronage. Wc t'itrrv tho largest stock of Books and Stationeryi in the city. C. L. COTTING, I The Druggist. wkLJLlJMlhhjuMTin& ALMOST FORGOTTEN. Incidents of Every D.ty Life Which Very Few People Stop to Think About on Account of Their Littleness. Tiavt'lliig evangelists are not always what they ai e flacked up to be mor ally Smith Centre, Kansas, has found (his out to her sorrow. - A phenomenal number of souls havo lately been snved in that place by what is said to have been a moral leper Preparations were made to introduce him to a vig orous application of eggs and other bandy articles. Tlie sanctitlod wearer of an evangelist cloak was not partial to eggs and gave tho enraged populace tho slip It will require a coititicatoof character of considerable length to induce Smith Centiu lo allow one of this class of individuals 'o enter its pottals l'hey couio among you with the preachers cloak which often covers a multitude of sins. They arise In tho pulpit and denounce as wrong the acts of some of your oldest ami bestcitizons. They toll you how to run tho town when they haven't a dollar's interest in its prosperity or downfall. When your town is running along In a smooth groove they start dissension by getting the city into factions over their ideas of morality and reform. If tho news papers dare intimate that perhaps theso soul'Savcr's records may not bo of tbo purest the church deacons hold up their hands in holy horror. But they aro holding 'em up now tho other way iu Smith Center. Who's going to bo mayor will bo the topic for sovernl weeks to conic It is n question which should bo looked after. Aro wo going to have a live, energetic man capable of looking after the interests of our city, a man among men who will present a good appearance and impression up on sti angers or do we want a mud sill who will listen lo thu complaints, im aginary and otherwise, of all the old grannies in town and keep the city in a continual state of unrest and uupleas anlnessV It's up to the voters who nt tend the caucus and the men who are caucus and tho men who are j delegates to the convention. io man with the hoe will be in chosen as Soon th evidence, but that instrument will not bo used to cultivate vegetables for a canning factory. Poor old Rod Cloud It too slow for such enterprises. Our money-bags nro too intent on sitting iu their offices and raking in the interest which ci.mes from tho sweat of tho far mer. WEEK'S HAPPENINGS. Pineapple sherbet at J. O. Wiles Sunday. James Dowron was a Hastings visitor this week. Webb Jossolyn of Orleans was here last Saturday. Mrs. W. S. Garber went to Lincoln tho first of tho weok. Ptrry Hildroth of Dloomiugton wns here the first of the week. Andrew Derg who has been seriously ill is reported as much bettor. llouben Lcggett and wifo left the lirst of the week for a trip to Norcatur, Kansas. Dead Cudahy's prizoad in this paper; then send postal for 300 pngo prize catalog. Charley Johnson who tins boon visit ing hero for a month or so past left for Iowa Wednesday. Mrs. Geo. W.Houghton who has been visiting with H. P. Sowter nnd family lias returned to her homo in lumens. Is your name written there? Where? On our subscription books for tho last year in the 10th century. It should be. Mrs. 11. A. Hownrd returned Wed nesday evening from Lincoln whore sho has boon receiving treatment for her oyos. For Exciianok Drick block, three rooms, to trado for small farm iu Web ster county. For particulars call at office ol J.S. White. The regular March term of tho dis trict court will convene in this elty on next Monday, March Oth. The term promisee to bo an unusually interest ing one. A representative of the Webster gni engine works wbb in tho city this week and while hero succeeded in disposing of two engines in this city, one to J. O. Wiles and one to C. T. Dickinson. Goi.i) at C'Ai-K NoMi;. If you want inform, in. ii uuoiil the Cape Nome cotinttt, iim t get there and what it oiisif, wine n.il. Francis, (ieneial Pas Mjnpcr Agent, D. A: M. railroad in Neb raska, Omaha, Neb. A subset iptiHii paper has been ciieu laled by the hand ol this city for the purpose of menring money enough for a guarantee for the services of a leader. Tho intention is to get George Hendricks who led tho baud during its early existence. This year of all other years with a good leader and business manager the baud ought to be made a success. On Thursday, March 1st, John W. Ituuchoy ami his estimable wifo took charge of the Holland House which has been so elllciutitly handled for the past several years by Mr. nnd Mrs. L. D. Oalman. Thu new landlord, while a new hand at tne buiiuesa of catering to This space belongs to the Cowden-Kaley Clothing Company, who will in the future use it to keep the people posted on what to wear and how to wear it. They are too busy this week rearranging their store and opening new spring goods to write an advertisement, but will have something to say that will be worth reading to clothing buyers. ;-: VU JfS Llli!;S: w ft to The Red Cloud Chief AND The Weekly Inter-Ocean JS ONE YEAR WE ARE NOW'GIVING SPECIAL BAR GAIN PRICES ON SALE BILLS. vW J-v 333333333333333:2 HUNDREDS OF Prizes Free for saving the wrappers off of DIAMOND "0" Laundry Soap These prizes include over SO STANDARD MAGAZINES and hundreds of other useful and handsome gifts. Prise List mailed free on laqoiijr. Drop a postal eard to... PREMIUM DEP'T. GUDAHY SOAP WORKS, SO. OMAHA. NEB. K3f If jour Oroc.rdoM not kiwp Diamond Q VXs Hop. pIiirm Mnd iu till nam. od w. will gt him to put it In .lock. the traveling public will soon catch on and with tho help f M.s Huuchey will keep it up to its pn-si-nt lngti itttn I u d and in ike it one of tlie lni lies U'lti" in siiuilii'i n Ni'Oiank.i The (iiiiuiiry department of tlie house is elliciently looked after by J. 1). Uraiis, assisted by I'M. .Story, and it goes with out saying that the patrons will lie well fed. Last Sunday morning the barns and oilier outbuildings of Mr.s. P. Oouaver and L II Fort were almoi.st entirely consumed by lite, together with the contents. Tho origin of tlie lire is tin known but it is supposed to have caught from hot ashes being blown apainst or into tho cowshed TLo tiro department responded oromptly, but tlie lire had gained such headway that it was a dillluult task lo get it tin. tier control. Mr. Port carried 9'iOO and Mis. Conover $500 insurance, but the loss will moro than cover the insurauco Id both easel. f-fc FOR $1.25. m J3 I Republican Cuucusts. The republican voters of tho First Waul, U"d I'l'iud Nebinska, are heie- I by notilieil ilia' a caucus will bo held ai W. I) Itib) ' fill u on M itch Dill at 1M0 p. m., for tho purpose ot ulecting thirteen delegates to attend tho ciy convention to lie held at the com t house on March I lth, for the purpose of nominating candidates for thu vtui ous city ofllcos. W. II. Hoiiv. Committeeman. Tho republican voters of the Second Ward, Hed Cloud, Nobraska, aro here by notified, that a caucus will be held at the Fireman's Hall on March Otli, 1000, at 7:110 p.m. lor tho puaposo of ulecting fifteen delegates to attend tho lied Cloud City convention, to be hold at the court house March 1 lth, for tho purpose of putting in nomination can. didatos for the various city ofllcos. C. 1). CitONK, Committeeman. m . Supplies for gaa lamps at City Bakery. sK V . H" l i . 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