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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1901)
China' s Sphere
Holt! bofoio lie eyes, move
with a circular motion, ntidjou
will got tliu idea of tliu coming
Whon tliL'Sti spheres of inllii
enco begin to revolve, "John"
will fool us dizzy as does u pur
son with defective oyo sight,
when things begin to swim. The
latter may ilnd relief from his
"dizzy spells" by using properly
fitted glasses. "John"' may Ilnd
I flewboase Bros., I
Red Cloud, Neb.
5 Jewelers and Opticians. X
Stove repairs at W. W. Wright's.
For farm loans call on C. W. Kaloy.
M. Lovitt of Guide Hock was in the
Special prico on buggy whips. Fo-
OEL & HUTGUISOK.
D Don't fail to see "Among tho Break
ers" next Friday oveniug.
Wm. Kirkpatrick of Guide Uock was
in tho city on business Thursday.
C. K. Gitting, tho Superior horso buy
or was in tho oity Saturday buying
Juliet Galuslm who has been quite
ill for some time pnst with rheumatism
3s much better.
Miss Elizabeth Sheppard after a visit
hero returned to Guide Rock whero
she is teaching school.
The snow of last Saturday and Sun
day made tho iirst use this season for
tho stroot car snow plow.
Spring is here; so is Butler, with a
full lino of light and heavy harness at
low pricos. Call befoi o you buy.
Mrs. Samuel Tciuplo and Mrs. Weld-
-emno left Sunday for a visit with rela
tives and frionds at Atlantic, Iowa.
Thero will bo regular service hold at
the Christian church each Lords day
at tho usual hours. II. S. Soudkk,
Tho wifo of Conductor Smiley died
at the hospital in Lincoln last Monday.
She was quite woll known and had
many frionds in this city.
Pass the poultry pleaso to Caldwell,
the Red Cloud man. Hens 5c; spring
roosters 5c; staggy roosters 4o; hen
lurkoys 6c; young gobblers 5c; old gob
Al Galuslm of tho firm of Galusha,
Wescott & Story loft Thursday for tho
-eastern markets whero ho will pur
chase n largo invoice of clothing for
tho spring and summer trado.
Ts a disease of civilization. When the
Indian was a stranger to the white man
he had no name in his vocabulary for
this dreaded malady.
Without arguing as to the curability
of consumption, it may be stated posi
tively tn at uoctor
Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery cures
weak lungs, hemor-
deep-seated and -,.;.
stubborn cougii, auu
other diseases which
if neglected or un
skillfully treated find
a fatal termination
There is no alcohol
in the "Discovery,"
and it is entirely free
from opium, cocaine,
and all other nar
cotics. Persons Buffet iiig
from chronic dis
ease are imited to
consult Dr. Pierce,
by letter, ire. All
the seal of sacred
Dr. R. V. Pierce, IlufT.ilo, N. Y.
In a little over thirty years, Dr. Pierce,
Jissisted by his medical staff of nearly a
.core of physicians, has treated and
4'ured thousands of men and women who
hud been given up as incurable by local
"Your medicine U the lst I hive ever
taken." writes Mr. Jninle Dliinman. or Rnplil
City, Kntknukn Co, Mich. UH uprliiR I Jwa
n lml cough s cot m 1ml I had to be in bed nil
the time. My Imtliaml thoiiRht I had con.
Mimpltun. He wanted me to Ret a doctor, but
thought we would try Dr. 1'ierce'n Golden Med
ical f)lcoery. and be lure I had taken one bottle
the courIi Moppet! and I hae siuce had no glgu
of Its returning-."
Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure
iwy.yv.Tivrtgffgaj.Twru,vM3twPKr4KTjri'rvv'ti.'iwi'iit't.'ti wv.itnwv.rirTrr ij,ir--iF?f''itr;fjiiw,Ti'i""irin-i(t'.arwwnii
MOKE OR LESS PURSONAL. I
Iiik Uiit:t"M per your
Dr. V. E Alelvcoby was hole Thins,
Dr. D.imctpli was in Hustings this
Win. Kenkcl of Inavalo was hero
Dr. Moranvlllo is reported as very
Canvas legglns nt cost.-FoQKi. &
Go to Roby for tho host nnd cheapest
coal in town.
F. E. Yost of lioltlretlgo was in tho
A few of those dandy IMc whips to go
at lOcnt Hutlei's.
II. S. Pioudllt of Guido Rock was in
tho city Thursday.
Tho lino of heating stovos at Wi ight's
is superb. Seo thorn.
For blacksuiithing go to A. M. Boors,
north of Day's barn.
Miss Edith McKolghan is among tho
list of grip sufforots this weok.
Don't fail to got our prices beforo
buying. Foqkl At Hutchison.
Miss Emily Hadoll left Sunday for
Chicago to purchase a spring line of
Miss Willott is teaching her dress
making class at Mrs. Cozad's resldonco
on north Main stroot.
L. H. Fort and son Charles loft Wed
nesday night for a visit with frionds
and relatives at Lincoln.
Mrs. George Ball of Akron, Colorado
is hero visiting with her son Charles
and family and other friends.
M i e Gov. Grner had tho misfortune
this weok to loso a lino cow in tho
stalks nnd also to got her hand severely
Mrs. S. F. Spnkcslicld returned last
night from a visit with friends and
relatives at Hebron. Miss Ethel Hon
dershot roturnod with her.
Wo hitvo put nil our 75c, 85c, 11.00,
$1.25 mon's laundriod shirts on our
tables at GOo nnd 75c. Big bargains fur
shirt wearers Coytdkjj Kalcy Co.
Tho Ladles Aid Society of tho M. E.
church will give n valentine eocial at
tho rosidenco of F. E. Goblo on the
evening of tho 14th of February. All
If customers and friends hold
ing trado cheeks, duo bills, and
unpaid coupon books on tho Ne
braska Mercantile Co., will bring
them to my rooms over Wright's
hardware I will see that they are
entered with othos claims with
court. Elmer W. Kalky.
D. J. Myers today removed bis office
from the rooms in the F. & M. bank
buildin? to the rooms recently vacated
by Overman & Blackledge over the
For a hand made harness to give
wear, made of the best oak tanned
lost her that will not rip or tear, aid
warranted to bo made with the best of
care, go to J. O. Butler.
When you have urgent business with
someone in another town or city, re
member you can reach your party tho
quickest nnd best by tho long dlstaneo
telophone. R.ites nmdo known on ap
plication to "central."
If you seo anything in this paprr that
pleases you if you think it lias tho
light ting have your nnnio put on our
hit as a subscriber. If it displeases
you givo us youi name anyhow it may
pleaso someone else this timo and you
Why don't somo inventive genius of
this town make a snow plow that could
bo workod with one horso and ussd for
cleaning off sidewalks. Such a con
trivance would bo a paying investment
Just now. As a rule people would
rather pay n small price than shnvol
If you arc going to givo n banquet
nnd want kohio swell menu cards, if
you aro going to get married and want
up-to ditto wedding cauls, if you nr
going to have an opening in tlm spiing
nnd wih in pleaso in this lino, if ynn
want npewiitcr papi'i or stationery of
any Kind, either punttd or plain come
and M'o us Wo havo n fine Hue.
Acrniiling to the census nf Inst venr
as published in the Sate Journal to
co illy. Red Cloud iseieilited with hav
1,554 souls within her corporate limits.
This seems -Mango when huh stops to
consider that ten years ago Red Cloud
lid a population of 1,810, and at that
timo numerous house-, worn empty.
Today neatly every houso in tint town
is occupied, tho corporate limits have
not sin link any, business W better than
it was It'll oiil Hir, then-nio mine
and hnnilxomor H'MiIciiimm (nut gill)
nnd still iiecnrdlng" to the toport, we
hIii link 285 in population It may be
all light hut. wo will but "dollars to
doughnuts" Red Gloud.lnis nearer 2,000
GLNKRAL CITY NEWS.
Ed Story is again In tho city.
HA.M. Beers, for blaeksmith woik.
A If i cd Hadoll was in Omaha this
C F. Evans is back from a ttlpto
O in a ha,
1)5 cents gets a GO cent whip nt Fogol
Seo tho lino display of heating stovos
at W. W. Wright's.
Tho Chirk and Chicago Inter Ocean
no year for $1.25.
Rev. G. W. Hummel of Dowoeso
wtiA hero this weok.
Wo nro closing out our leggins at
cost. Foil in. & Hutchison.
Caldwell's $t00 coal innUcs your
stovo hot mid cook happy.
C. F Gather was hero fiom Lincoln
this weok and will remain in tho oity.
Walter Roby sells tho Singer sowing
maehinu. Prices right. Got tho host.
Pay your subscription and got a cal
culating pencil. Thoy nro a littlo won
der. Ono carload of Jackson county,
Ohio coal. Best coal for cook stovo in
the U.S.-W. B. Roby.
John Myors has so far rocovored
from his recent sick spell that ho is ablo
to again look after his businoss matters.
Tho t vo act drama entitled "Among
tho Breakers" will bo given nt tho Red
Cloud opera houso noxt Friday ovening
by elovon of tho high school graduates.
We understand that Dr. Dameroll
will in the near futuro have either a
stone or brick walK built in front of
tho Damerell block nnd that tho curb
stone has been ordered.
Notary Public. I
jo. C. TEE J
i RED CLOUD, NEB.
F. W. Cowden and Harry Lotson
went to Chicago Snturday oight whore
they will inspect and buy a large in
voice of clothing for tho Cowden-Kaley
Card or Thanks I desire to thank
the many kind friends, neighbors and
members of tho various lodges who so
kindly assisted during my late boreav
ment, tho illness and death of my kus
band. Mrs. Juma Berq.
Tho small pox is ropartcd at Oxford,
Norton nnd McCook. At Oxford but
ono enso h reported; nt McCook a hotel
containing thirty people is quarantined
and tho town ol Norton, Kansas, is
quarantined. We aro led to believe
that Rfil Cloud got off pretty easy.
It, L Tinker had tho niKforitino to
htivo his riijl t in m badly ettished tho
llrsl of the week by being crushed by a
s nail piece of a board while woi king
nt a circular saw. Fortunately no
bones woro broken, but his wrist was
so badly injured that he is compelled
to lay off. McCook Tribune
Wanted: Men to learn barber trado.
Propare for the spring rush. Only two
moaths required. Constant practice,
expert instructions; present graduates
with complete outfit of tools and pay
118 weekly when competent. Cntn
loguo nnd particulars mailed freo, Mo
ler Barbor College, Omaha Nob.
A serious lire win narrowly nverted
nt i lie residence of T. U. Hacker last
Thursday. Tim cause was a defootivo
flue mill the lire is miiiih I to l.r.vn
...l.,l....!.l fr ... ...L- I ..'
" ' " """v.jii um
eeilini; mid roof of the shed kitchen.
Fin innately tint hlaz was diseoveied
i...f..i.. .. i... i
""' H ' mm ii itt'iiii -wii
and was extinguished with a few pails
Some hiiinoth swindlers urn
honie kiuuotli swindlers arn workiui; I oukus. coins, lumo uacu. lumbago, mus
e farme, shy a sleek che,. Tl. I SSllS!?S3 "iSKK
going through the eouutrv present-1 pneumonia, and all other diseases open to
jing can-less Iiiiiiihi'h with so called
nsiis lilniiU which J hey claim call
for aililitiiiiml information. After tho
JHwindlei-K are gi.tin the blanks turn out
tu ll liHMiil-sniy niilf.s. Atliillier
Hellenic is fur Him m imlici m m be chick
en iitiycrx. I liny got tumnir to lgu n
tei.nnai't in ilulivcr chickens at iiiit
eonH a pound The contracts turn out
to bo notfls. Watch for theio swindlors.
Nemaha County Herald,
Hard and soltconl at J O. Caldwoil's
Elmer Kaley was in Guide Ho"k
M Castell of Aurora was in tho city
Thtiisday on business.
Omar Doling of lloldiego visited
with f i lends In the city Sunday.
Alden Ely of McCook visited hctu
with ftionds tho first of tho week.
O. It. Pitney stopped off horo Satur
day on his way home from Lincoln.
oDlllatd Bedford wns looking after
business matteis in Omaha this weok.
Blaehsmlth woik Is llko everything
else tho best is tho cheapest. Seo A.
M. Beeis southeast of Miner Bros.
Geoigo Tophatn left Wednesday
morning for Edgar whero he basse
cuied a position in a moat maiket. UT
Mrs. Einiiiii Hiokson, who has been
visiting with hot- sister Mrs. Harry
Strotip nnd other relatives and friends
left for Littlo Rock, Arkansas, Wednes
day. On Inst Saturday night n farewell
party was given at tho homo of Harvey
Starkey in honor of Wm. Eamos nnd
family who aro about roady to depart
for Caldwell, Idaho.
Jay Olney and R. B. Gaston of Con
cordia, Kansas woro here this weok
looking after their interests In tho
stock cf goods of tho Nohrnsxa Mer
cantile Co. An effort is being made to
get tho stores opened up again at an
Mrs. Groat, wifo of our fellow towns
man D. L Groat, died nt her home in
the south pirt of tho city this forenoon.
Deceased has been n sufferer with kid
ney disease for somo yoars. At tho
hour of going to press the timo sot for
tho funeral had not boon learned.
Honry Clark has socured tho con
tract for tho building of n brown stone
walk for O. H. Potter nnd W. W.
Wright at tho sito whero thoy will build
their now brick building. Our advo
cacy of substantial wnlks Is bearing
fruit oven bettor than wo imagined.
Tho qttarantino has been raised in
tho smallpox district nnd the inmates
of tho two houses aro now nt liberty to
go where thoy please. O. W. Hoover
who understands tho ntodo of proced
ure in disinfecting was hero tho first of
tho weok and thoroughly disinfected
tho houses in the district whore tho
contagion was. Tho city wns lucky to
got tid of the disease
Burlington Route 125.00 to Califor
nia February 12, 10, 20, Marcli 5, 12,
10, 20, April 2, 0, 10, 23, 80. Lowest
rate in years. Applies to San Francis
co, Los Angeles, Sacramonto, San Joso
nnd pretty nearly ovory other impor
tant point in California. Through
tourist sletpors on all of the above
dates got aboard at nny station in
Nebraska at which train stops; get off
at Los Angelos. Seo nearest Burling
ton tickot agent, or writo J. Frauds,
General Passenger Agent, Omaha, Neb.
The city council mot in regular ses
sion last Wednosday evening and al
lowed more than the usual amount of
bills. The added exponse was Juo to
the quarantine which bad boen main
tained in the south part of town during
tho month and which was ralsod last
Monday. Ths total expense of tho
quarantine to the city has beon a littlo
over four hundred dollars. Tho conn,
cil also ordered four new stono cross
walks to bo put in at tho intersection
of Fourth aventio mid Webster street
Tho contract for putting in tho walks
was nwnided to Ovoting Bros, The
cost of the walks will bo about fifty
ilollais each. This may-bound a little
steep to home, but wliernpni -on stops
to consider that a ei'hViwulk of two
inch plank costs between twonty.fivo
and thirty dollars, and that it will last
but two years, and a crosswalk of livo
incli sandstone, tho snmo kind as wns
used areund tho new residence of W.
N. Ri bardson, costs but fifty dollars
and will last forever, it is not so bad
after all. Wo tbink the council is to
bo commended for its action.
THE PEOPLE KNEW HIM.
(Benson's Plaster Is Pain's Hist or.)
Gooroo Washington made nnd sold flour.
nnd every barrel of flour In tho market
branded "G. Washington, Mount Vernon,"
i sold without delay. No question was over
i raiHd " t quulity or weight.
Ioa"'8 l'oious Pbiiter hells on its repu.
no iuiiuiu ui is unu, xnu piaster ouereu lilm
' really ia Benson's, uixl not a worthless imi-
lut!on. of il?r Bubsti'Hloforit.
edy, and Ilcuson's is tliu best plutitor; 5,0Ui
physicians nnd druggists, nnd n multituilo
of people no man can number, have settled
urn. lou tan trust it." thev sav.
Coughs, colds, lumo back, lumbago, mus-
' HYTftmfll l.nndnnnl .. A j. . 11 . . I
euro '. by Benson's Plaster.
Do noi BMtimo that Belladonna, Capsi
cum or B rongtlienlug plasters nro "juntas
g iod as" Benson's. They nre vastly U.
fcrlor. No other plustcr is as gooJ as
In competition with tho boat-known
plasters 01 Kuropo and America, Benson's '
havo rocoivbd JUty-fite hlghtut cucards.
i'or suio uy nil druggists or wo wm pre
pay postage on any number ordored in tho
United Btatos, on receipt of 2Dc. each.
8bury fc Johnson, kfg. OkualsU, N.Y.
d l i d id
Jast a Feai lief 1 1 1
Wc Ikivs a
And a small line of
Men's, Boys and
Suits and Pants.
Wc are going to sell them if price will do it. Lar
gest discount ever offered on clothing. Sale
lasts until they arc gone.
Our buyer will go cast soon to buy spring goods
and we want all the room we can get for them.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
j "Among the!
If you don't come we go
Our price, 25 cents for re-
2 served seats. f
Half tho play is acting and to
soo woll get a rosorvo.
Wo try our first, nnd if wo fail,
probably our Inst attempt
on tho stage.
This bountiful two act dinma
will be given in the
OPERA - HOUSE,
I FebFiiMy 15, 1901, f
t by olovon of tho high school
scholars, graduates and
Come and SEE the FUN
Doors opon at 7:15, performance
commences at 8:20 sharp.
l HAI.K ISUIMIINO, X '!
i Ueil Cloud, Nebraska. a
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Warm Meals at Allt ,9
Kt- r- r . 1 1 t 1 - J
inicc, vomioruauie iwOuging
1 Rooms. '
i NUl'S AND CKJAHS.5
1 Oysters if Every Style. 4 9
S. S 9
iALL- KINDS OK HOT AND COLD
V fc $ d d d l i fc
small line of
Aro you in HneY Tho proper
way to save money on a building
is to bring your bill for hard ware
to us to figaioon.
1 flAHDWAHE I
nro on tho upward tendency but
wo got in early so aro in u po
silioti to do von Niiiiin good in
the m.itler. Dun't. fail to coiue
ami talk with us if 3011 want to
save your hard earned money.
WE MEN WHAT WE SAY.
JUST TRY US.
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