The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, November 16, 1900, Image 5

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THE CLOCK.
A reliable cloekix a necessity in ev
cry well t emulated household. Our
clocks combine beauty of design with
accuracy In tiniu keeping. Wo guar
antee every clock wo sell and Know
how to make It go right if it goes
wrong.
THE RING.
Our linger i ings all havo the ring of
Goodness. They stand the closest in-
Hpcctiou under tho stiougest llglitnf
lay, xour critical inspection mviieu.
THE WATCH.
Thero aro two kinds of people we
waut to watch, l'hey who havo watch
es wo want to repair them. They
who havo hoin we want to sell them
watches.
Newhouse Bros.,
JKVi:i.KI A Ol'TlCIANS.
WEEK'S HAPPENINGS.
The On ikk SI per year.
Store repairs :it W. W. Wright's.
For farm loans c.ill on C. W. Kaley.
John Fulton win horu from Rivcrton
Saturday.
F. E. Mcltceby of Stipeiior was up
t lis woek.
Tho Chief nnd Chicago Inter Ocean
ne year for 81.25.
II. B. Crawford started this weok on
a trip to Oklahoma.
For a good smootho hair cut or shayo
go to L. E. Fi is on Webster street.
Mrs. M. M. Storn left Sunday night
(or a visit with friends at Kansas City.
W. N. Richardson was looking after
his land interests in Gage county this
week.
Mrs. Harry Beale of McCook was
visiting with friends and rolativts in
tho city this week.
Tho new residence of D. J. .Mycts is
almost completed and is new ia tho
hands of tho painters
Tho dinner and supper given by tho
lied Cloud Cornet baud netted a nico
little sum for the boys, about $25.
Don't delav until they aro all gone
but como nnd get a buggy or spring
wagon nt Peterson's and save from live
to ten dollars.
Tho cold weather of tho past fow
days has begun to lead to tho idea that
winter is approaching and that the
c ml bills are on tho increase.
The Christian Endeavor souioty of
Cowles will givo a musical and literary
ontortiinmeut at Cowles on the oven
In,; of November SOtli. Admission 10
aid 20 cents
George Oveiing who loft-in tho in'd
die of tho summer in company with
Moss Cather nnd Will Kellog for an
vjrlaud tour of the west teturned
homo tho tlrst of tho wook.
Tho republicans of this city will rati
fy over tho election tomorrow night.
Evorybody is invited to como in and
turn themsoves looso. A general go-d
tltuo is tho order of the evening. Tlicro
-vill bo another of those grand torch
light and liroworks parados.
Tho following is the list of jurors so
locted for t ho December unit of rouit:
Boyd Vaneo,
Haury Wright,
Jacob Uoll,
Len Wilmot,
Ed Garber,
Peter Mclntosk,
H. Stumpenborst,
Goj. W. Davis,
E, Grossman,
A. D. Baker,
David Larriok,
Henry Watt,
O L. Fulwider,
T. M. Lea,
A. W. McKonzio.
Irvin Cummlngs,
J. P. Moranvllle,
Morgan Davis,
Ed. Dyer,
(ioo. E. Caon,
F. Bradbrook,
Go. Hlte,
Philip Fassler,
C. W. Cewley.
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MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Chns. E Hicks of Bladen was In this
city Tuesday.
All kind of wiro fencing nt Wright's
hardware store.
Mrs. C. J. Popo made n trip east tho
Hrst of tho week.
Miss Nell Sherman
McCook this wcuk.
camo home from
Tho lino of heating stoves at Wright's
is superb. Sco them.
Dwight Jones of Outdo Hock was
visiting iu tho city Sunday.
0. F. Cather aftor a week's visit here
returned te Lincoln Monday evonlng.
I havo a fow llrst class sowing ma
chines to trade for stock. F. V. Tay-
I.OK.
P. A. Wells, for.mcrly of this sity,
now of South Omaha, was hero this
week.
Mis. MeGinnis returned tho Inst of
the week from a month's visit in Mis
souri. L. A. Ha9kins is treating his resi
dence in tho south ward to a now coat
of paint.
R. M. Cochrane and family will in
the near future remove from this city
to Fremont, Ohio.
Mrs. 0. R Hesse left Sunday night
for a visit with her daughter Mrs. .Ins.
Kidd at Scdalin, Missouri.
Lost: In this city nbout two weeks
ago stirrup witli simp attached. Fin
der will pleaso notify this ofllco.
Is yournnmo written there? Whore?
On our subscription books for tho last
veur in the l!Uh century. R should be.
Tim familvthat keeps on hnnd nnd
uses occasionally Prickly Ash Bittors
is always a well regulated family. Sold
by C. L. Cotting.
I havo just unloaded a car of the
llnest buggies and surreys that havo
ever been brought to tho town. Como
in nnd seo them. Jas. Pkterson.
Dedication services will bo hold in
the U 1). church, Highland, Kansas,
n Sunday morning, Nov. 18th, a 10
o'clock. All nre cardially invited to
attend.
Are you going to buy a sowing ma
chine? If so I havo tho best machine
for tho money over offered. Do not
fail to seo it before buying. F. V.
Tayi.ok.
Tho two new biick buildings of Jns.
P. Hale and E. McKnrland nre being
pushed as fast as possiblo in ordor to
get them enclosed before tha cold
weather sets in.
Wantkd: An energetic mnn to look
after our interests in Webster aud ad
jacent counties. Salary or commis
sion. Write for particulars. The
Hakvky On. Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Wantkd: Man to managn branch
ofllce for wholesale house; salary $125.00
per month, oflice expenses nnd com
mission. Must furnish satisfactory
references and 3800.00 cash. Address,
Wholesale, No. C04 Nelson Bldg., Kan
sas City, Mo.
Tho marriage of Georgo B. Lta a
well known nnd respected resident of
this city and Mrs. Mnry Tato of Mt.
Vernon, Ohio, wns solemnized nt tho
Molhodist parsounge at 8:45 o'clock
Thursday morning. Thoy will go to
housekeeping in this city.
W old has been received in this city
announcing tho death of ShofOold Mil
ler, a former Red Cloud boy, lately
living at Grcentown, Indiana. Ho
died of that droadad malady consump
tion. Ho wns tho son of Mr. nnd Mrs.
E. W Miller farmer well known resi
dents of this city.
Guard your kidneys; tho health of
the body daponds upon those small but
important organs. They extract m Io
acid from tho blood which if allowed
to remain in the blood weuld cause
dropsy and "right's disease. Prickly
Ash Bitters is a successful kidney toaio
which heals and strengthens tho kid
neys, regulates the liver, stimulates
the stomach and digestion, cleanses
the bowels. It will preveat or cure
Brigat's disease. Sold by O. L. Cotting.
Low rates west and net th west.
Every Tuesday during Octeber and
November the Burlington Route will
sell tickets at tho following remarkably
low rates: Ojjden, Salt Lake City,
Butte, Helena, and Anaconda, one way
123. Round trip 140. Return limit 80
days. Spekane, Seattle, Portland,
Victoria, and Vancouver, one way 128.
Round trip 145. Return limit 30 days.
Tickets and information at all Bur
lington ticket offices.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postofllce at Rod Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho weok ending Nov. 15th,
1000.
AndersoD, J. C. Campbell, Jns.
Kyle, A. B. Kirk,, Frank
Lee, J. G. Pette'ron, Mutlio
Philllpsy, Mis. J.J. Piper, Henry
liitui',;Mrs. Win Soott, Gee.
Shellabarger, J. J Young, J, A,
, VrlsI.E W. '
Theo letttrs will be sent to the itead
letter ofllce November 20th" if not call
ed for before When calling for abovo
plehse sny "advertised." T. C. Hack
Kit, Postmaster,
Last week I told you
that goods well bought
were half sold. This Is
n truo saying from the
way tho people buy
when they seo what I
hav for tho money. 1
will sell you a bolter job
than you can buy at
Chicago or any other
place for the money.
Com pare my goods aud
prices with others aud
seo for yourself.
Jtisi. Peterson
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Alfred lladell was in St. Joscph-tho
llrst of tho week.
James Sweat iugon made a trip to
Superior Monday.
Son tho lino display of heating stoves
utW. W. WiightV.
They all go to Potei son's when they
want a good buggy.
Walter lloby sells the Singer sowing
machine. Piiccs rigtit. Get tho best.
Pay your subscription and get a cal
culating pencil. They ate a littlo won
der. From tho way that tha buggies are
going out from Peterson's lie must
havo something attractive.
Postmaster Hncker has bcou visiting
for sovoral days this week with friends
and relatives at Nemaha, this state.
Goo. Leming nnd wife of Gillette,
Wyoming, formerly of this city nre
hero visiting with Win, Pnrkes nnd
wifo and other friends.
Salesmen wanted nt onco to cnnvas6
tho farming, thresher, nnd milling
trade in Webster nnd adjoining coun
ties. Salary or commission. Address
The Victor Oil Company, Clovcland,
Ohio.
Rockers and iron beds nt greatly re
duced prices for tho next tniity days
to mnko room for holiday goods at
Wolfe's furniture store. Wo moan
business. Como nnd sec.
No. -3J2
Draws tho Lady's Gold Wntch at
tho Up to Date Millinery store.
The party holding tho ticket
will plonse bring it in nnd got
tliis handsome present.
C. D. Moiuk.
The now rcsidonco of W. N. Richard,
son is rauidly nnnring cemplolion, be
ing now in tho hands of tho plasterers.
When completed this will bo ono of
tho llnest nnd most commodious resi
dences in the city.
When you hnve urgent business with
someone in ntiothor town or city, re
member you can reach your party the
quickest and best by the long distance
telephone. Rates made known on ap
plication to "central."
A Now England young nun, height
Gft Tin,, weight 140 pounds, blonde
hair, blue eyes, does not drink or mo
tnbneco, intends to buy n farm in Neb
raska and wishes to correspond with n
Nebraskn lady as a help-mate is need
ed. Strictest confidence. S. H. Jim
mkrson, Port Chester, New York,
Tho Odd Fellows of this city bad a
Vdry pleasant and exceedingly well at
tended meetiog last Monday evening.
A large number of visitors from tho
Guide Rock lodge were also present.
After the lodge closed tho members
and visitors retired to the Bon Ton
bakery where as elegant repast had
been prepared for them and to which
they did ample justice.
Thero is mere catarrh In this section
of the country than all other disease!
put together, and until tbo last few
years was supposed to be incurable,
for a great many years doctors pro
nounced it as a local disease, and pro
scribed local remedies, and by con
stantly failing to cure with local treat
ment, pronounced it Incurable." Sci
ence lias provon catarrh to be a consti
tutional disease, and therefore requires
constitutional remedies. Hall's Cat
arrh cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co , Toledo, Ohio, Is tho only
constitutional euro on tho market. It
is taken internally in doses from ten
drops to a tentipoenful, It acts direct
ly on the liliiod and inucous surfaces of
tho sjsteni, They offer ono hundrrd
dollais for unj cafe it (ails to cute.
Send for eiiculnrs and testimonials
Add I ess,
F. J Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills aro the best.
STATE CREEK.
Gathering corn Is tho ordor of the
day ami will soon bo a thing of the
past as tho crop Is short. S. N. Potter
has tho best com wo havo hoard of,
uno Held of his going twenty bushels
to tho aero.
James Giles and wlto who havo been
visiting in southeastern Iowa, returned
homo last weak. Thoy say Kansas Is
good enough for them.
Ed Cooper and wife havo toturncd
from an oxtouded visit in Iown nnd
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Tho addition to Sponca Potter's resl
denco is uenting completion.
Clair Fall's new house is being pins
tered this week by Mr. Houry, a good
wot kmau nt that taade.
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S. P. Fair's now residence is About
completed except plastering nnd now
ho will commence building a now barn.
Ho must have struck quite a ttrcak of
prospeilty under this administration,
but then he votes for William Jennings
nil tho same.
Tho ohickoupox is affecting the Mt.
Hopo school. Mr. Arbuckles and Mr.
Stevens' children havo It and also sev
eaal others.
Small grain never looked more prom
ising in the fall since tho llrst settling
of this country than at ptosout, aud
tho acreage far excels any of tho past.
Wm. Scilvner, who hns boon living
in Grand Islniid'for nearly two yoats
has moved back to Kansas, Ho stayed
away longer thnn some who leave this
county for Mbaouil aud Oklahoma and
get back in six monlhv. Thetu Is one
man In southern Missouii whollvol
heio twenty years ago and now wants
to tnido his fat m for one here, and Is
getting teal auxiou.s to mnko a land
trade with some nno any what o near
here.
Men were bcatce in our part Tues
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day night after election as nearly every
one wont to Red Cloud to hear tho
election returns.
Low Aubushou went west prospect
ing but did not stay more than throo
or four weeks. Ho has purchased a
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team of pouios of Will Scrlvnor weigh
ing pbout 3,000 pounds for 8150 and
will farm here next yoar.
Chns. lsom of Red Cloud bought six
nice young cows of Al Scrivucr for
8150.
Occasional.
Beginning next week TllK Chikk
will print mid send out 2,000 papers
each week until tho llrst of January.
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This entire edition, with the axoptlon
of probably 150 each week will be soul
out to lasideats of Webster county nnd
tha ndjauent Kansas territory. We do
this with a view to introducing our
paper iolo tho homes of the people
who have nnved to this county within
tho oast year or so. No ono need be
afraid of taking these papers out of tho
post ofllco between now and January
1 for thero will bo no oxponso attached
to, it whatever, yep get it absolutely
free. If any of tbosu receiving these
snmplo copies desires to subscribe
before tho llrst of January thoy an do
so nnd upon tho payment of one dollar
their subscription will be credited up
to tho first of January, 1002. Adver
tisers who want space in these editions
should rontract for It nt once, a it is u
easu of lirstcomo, llrst solved.
Wo desii e to secure a correspondent
in every part of tho county. During
tho campaign wo pel mittod this part
of tho paper which adds milch to tho
nowsiaess to lag, but now it will ro
ceivo our best attention Wo will
iheoi fully furnish pi per nnd envelopes
and also this paper frao to anyono who
desires to furnish tu tho Items of news
from their locality. This is n good
ohatico for someone t get tho paper
for n very littlo trouble.
Tho "Ashlatd," "Secretary", "Direc
tor," "Sothorn," and "The Booth."
Proper things in shirts. Tiik. Cowukn
Kaley Clothing: Co.
Over-Work Weakens
Your Kidneys
Unhealthy Xldaeys Make bnjmre Blood.
All the blood In your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
moKianeys are your
blood purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
impurities in the blood.
If they are sick or out
of order, they fall to do
their work. '
Pains, aches andrheu
raatUm come from ex
cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neelected
kidney trouble.
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady
heart beats, and makes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart Is
over-working In pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to bo considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning In kidney trouble.
Ityou are s'.ck you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
nnH ! ftnlr! rrn Its m.-i'lts -vfcT
by all drucKists In fifty-rfTn3?3r 23
cent and one-dollar Elz-r:Krt$lHlE2Hl!S
es. You may have a
sample Dottis ny man noma of sMniiy,t.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Blnghamton, N. Y.
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A first class buck saw
No- O Tublar Lantern
17-inch Japanned Coal Hod
6-inch stove pipe, 2$ lbs to joint
6-inch elbow ...
If you hunt we can interest you in gunas and amu
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