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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1906)
Because we make medicines
for them. We give them the
formula for Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral, and they prescribe It
for coughs, colds, bronchitis,
consumption. They trust it.
Then you can afford to trust
it. Sold for over 60 years.
Ayr Clwrrjr rrctornt I n rctnnily tlmt
Mimilil In In nverjr liotuc. I liuve iimmI n grcnt
iliMl nl It fur hunt rntiulu nml colds, nml I
Itiuiw wli.l 11 npliinillil iiiHillcliio It la.. lean
nut riTiiiinnoiiil It too liljjlily." MAUIC K.
Coin:. Ilyilu l'ark, Muss.'
oifaaTTrtinwirm iniimmw m
Ilo y J. C. Ayor Co.. Iiowsll. JS.ua,
AUo luuuuf.oturers of
SUOBetTS, M B
Ayor'a Pills greatly old tho Chorry
Poctoral in brooKlns up a cold.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Horns of News Found In The
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
Judge McKeighim is again on tapis.
L. II. Wallace hits been on tho sick
Hoy Hutchison litis rotirod from
Floyd Reynolds was in tho city on u
visit with I fiends.
Rev. Goo. II. Drown has located tit
Wahoo, this stato.
Will MoDaniols is now night yard
muster at the depot.
About eight inchos of buow fell
' II. L. Tinkor'ti little girl was severely
burned with boiling coifoo.
Marshal Pond and Olllcor Gray took
in two disturbex's of the poaco.
Iuavalo has a tolegraph oflloo and is
now putting on metropolitan airs.
Grant Ludlow has boon appointed
first lioutonaut at tho Helmet ofllco.
Ini Sloonor has roturnod from tho
lOmpiro stato, whoro ho bus been for
Dr. Staploford of Rivortou was in
tho city Monday, tho guost of J. C.
Allen and wifo.
Tho now railroad of tho B. & M. will
run from Blue Hill to Edgar, u dis
tauco of 28 miles.
Ed Smith, of tho Nebraska Lumber
Co., of Bloomington is horo on a visit
to his fathor, J. H. Smith.
Tho Sons of Veterans nro prosper
ing uicoly just now, and aro having
candidates at ovory meeting.
Married, at Rod Cloud, January .10,
1882, by Rov. Goo.O. Yoisor, Mr. D. G.
"Warner and Miss Laura Bailey.
T. C. Hacker has purchased tho
Rudrow building, whoro Cliuo &
Myers' restaurant is now situated.
Tho Indies of Rod CI ud will
social for tho honcilt of tho poor Fri
day oveuiug, February 5, at tho homo
of Mrs. Li. II. Wallace.
N. W. Foo, of Cowlos, who lately loft
his hardwaro business to tako a posi
tion on tho B. & M. as briikemnn, fell
o!f a car at Cowles tho other day and
injured his anklo soriously.
Walnut CitKEK Mrs. A. J. Fonni
more is very nick. Her daughter
Alico litis been bedfast Dr. Sut
ton is very ill and has boon confined to
his bod for sovoral weeks.
Inavalk J. L. Springer and wifo
nro occupying their now house on tho
farm of D. J. Judson Mr. C. L.
Humphrey and Miss Irono Orchard,
daughter of II. K. Orchard, woro mar
riod at tho homo of tho groom at
Indinniila. January 21, 188(5 Miss
Emma Orchard, who has boon attend
ing school at Itidiauola, has returned
homo G. F. Syke.s of Wyoming,
Ty. is spending tho winter with his
aunt, Mrs. Judson.
Cowles O. G. Tool was seen in
Cowles tho first of tho week Thos
Paul made a short trip to Lincoln last
weok on business On Sunday
evening last while a freight train was
switching at Cowlos, Samuel Fco was
thrown from a box car, sustaining
sorious injury to his right foot and
anklo Mrs. J. T. Latta has ro
turned from a threo weoks visit with
friends in Edgar D. B. Birick is
give a L. II. IMacklodgo, attorney 25 00
1 Morhart Bros., hardwaro U
James Peterson, hardwaro .10 70
J. A. MoArthur, shoriir fcos 48 93
Ovoring Bros., stono 90 00
I.O.O.F., rent .10 00
Real Estate Iransfers.
Transfers for weok ending Wednes
day, Feb., 7, furnished by Walker &
Bailey of Webster County Abstract
Hiram F King to E C Parker lot
21 block 2 Guido Rock wd..
John E Smith ot al to E C
Parker lot 23 block 2 Guido
Rock wd :
Louisa Alios to Frank Ailos nw
lnwl 2(5-1-10 wd
Louisa Ailes to Chas Alios uel
C 11 Minor to U II Larrick lots
18 to 24 block 17 Hod Cloud wd 2250
C E Ogh'vio to It It West s'3 swl
1 2.0 wd 2900
Wm Kngels to G E Griiroth uwi
212-11 wd 1500
W E Harris to I W Crary lots 1
to -1- block 1 1 Guido Rock wd . . 110
State of Nobr to Floyd McCall
ot al swl nel o2 uwl sel sol
swl 17-1 12 d 6035
Stnto of Nob to A J Whito swl
swl 22-1-10 wd
M 11 Bontloy to Josephine Bogou
nof lots .'I and 1 block 10 Red
Cloud and part lot 21 block 8
t If you've been Looking for g
$ Bargains in Men's Clothes
Here Thftv Are
shipping hogs this weok .
Peak started on Tuesday for Chase
county to look after his claim.
W. W. ! O M Baker and wifo to W B
BOND ORDINANCE PASSED.
City Council Met Last Night and Trans
acted Considerable Business.
Tho city council met laat night in
adjourned session, Presidont Cathor
providing. Prosout, Councllmon War
ren and Wolfo.
Tho most important action tnkon
was tho passago of tho electric light
bond ordinance. Tho ordinance pro
vides for tho issuing of tho bonds to
tho amount of 810,000, twenty bonds
of t ho denomination of $500 each, bear
ing K P0r cent iutorest, payable- in
On motion 9515.20 cash surplus was
transferred from other funds to tho
The clerk was instructed to adver
tise for bids for building sidewalks iu
front of tho F. & M. Bank building and
Plumb's feed store.
Claim of J. R. Mercer for $12 was ro
joctod. Tho following claims woro nllowed:
J. O. Butler, freight, etc $70 48
Suoridun Coal Co., coal 43 64
J. M. Sollars, sup't waterworks. . 40 00
Henry Diodorich, supplies 10 00
J. O. Caldwell, coal 21 85
J. W. Kinsol, water com'r 13 00
J. W. Kinsol, night watch 12 50
F. W. Studebakor, drayago 28 25
O. D. Hedge, jailer foes 4. 50
John Mart., expenses 10 00
Ross & Hollistor, drayago 50
Tho Nation, printing 10. 00
Chief Pub. Co., printing 5 00
J. B. Carr, election booths 1 50
O. P. Leggott, labor 5 00
R. B. Leggott, labor 1 00
T. J. Ward, labor i 50
Jack Pogg. labor 4 20
Judges and clerks of election. . . 20 00
Otto w2 sw4 bo4 swl and swl
sol wd 3500
R H West and wifo to John
Woesnor u2 sol 3-2-9 wd 3000
Frank A Wauflo to E II Cox lot
G block 11 Bladon wd 500
U E Perkins Trustee to John W
Hutchius lotsG7aud 8 block
22 Cowlos wd 35
K J Solomon and wifo to Geo L
Solomon lot 3 block 1 Bladen
Mortgages tiled $5450
Mortgages released $8700
We've just had timo to catch our
breath after tho vigorous soiling dur
ing tho holiday season and wo wont to
work immediately cleaning up our
Whoro there woro only two or threo
suits or overcoats of a kind whoro
sizes were badly brokeu-whoro an
overcoat lingered hero and thoro, wo
havo sorted them out, and when wo
camo to mark tho now prices on theso
floods wo forgot all about tho profit
part of it.
Whilo thoro may bo only ono or two
or threo overcoats of a klndf yet
thoro aro so many different kinds that
you will find very rich choosing indeed, j
Wo can fit almost any build of man out
of thoso reduced clothes and give him
n bargain that will send him away
at $16 00
at 14 4t
at 12 00
at 9 40
at 8 00
at 4 80
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BUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES.
Frank Minor and Miss Havel enter
ed school Monday.
Tho uoxt spelling match will bo
hold Thursday evening, March 1.
Three new tables aro being con
structed to accommodate tho comiug
Tho dobato last Friday night was
derided iu favor of tho negativo Tho
question for tonight is: "Resolved,
That tho gamo of football has more
evil than bonoflclal effects." A short
program will bo given aftor tho do
bato. Thoro will also bo election of
officers. Thoso who will tako part in
the dobato touight aro: Affirmative:
Raymon Palmer, Louis Kont, Halbert
Thomas and Roscoo Weesnor; Nega
tive, Ruth Warren. Clarence Eshlo
man, Arthur Engols nud Ethel Moler.
LADIES, WE WISH TO CALL YOUR AT
TENTION TO OUR NEW LINE OF
We guarantee every garment to be of super
ior workmanship, perfect fitting and of the VERY
LATEST STYLE. Call in and inspect them.
MAMw4CwRrnKftk 17 .
Ncal Llndsey Runs Away.
Neal, tho 12-yoar-old foster son of
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Lindsoy, took a
notion that ho wanted to travel, and
on Monday ho sold his riding bridle
to raist inonoy with which to pay his
faro to Superior. Ho was sout back
from thoro Wednesday, and when ho
got homo ho was pretty hungry and
tired. ThoroJ comos a time in ovory
boy's life when ho wants to run away
from homo and see the world and, as a
go leral thing, ono oxporiouco of this
kind usually cures them of tho dosiro
to go forth and conquer tho world.
j M. A. ALBRIGHT
Good 'health depends mostly upon
the food "vte eat.
We cant be healthy if we take alum
or other poison daily in our food.
Dr. Price's Baking Powder is abso
lutely free from alum. It is made from
pure cream of tartar and adds to the
healthfulness of the food.
Price Baking Powder Co.'
Note. Baking powders that are sold at
ten to thirty cents a pound, or a cent
an ounce are made from alum. Avoid
Farms for Sale.
Throe, of 1U0 acres each, all nlfalfa
land, best in tho Prairio Dog Valley,
each of thi'in well improved, two of
them adjoining tho town of Long Is
land, Kansas. Two upland farms, ono
ofO acres and ono of .100 acres, rent
ed for ono third delivered in market.
Ono crook farm, forty acres alfalfa,
timber, possession given on this.
Prices right on all these until March
1,1000. Como and seo them or wtite
to C. A. Barnard, Long Island, Kan.
Many Lhlldren are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powder for
children, used by Mother Gray, a
unrsn iu Children's Homo, Now York,
break up colds in 21 hours, cure fever
ishness, hoadach, stomaoh troubles,
toothing disorders, and destroy worms.
At all druggists 25 cents. Sample
mailed froo. Address Allen S. Olm
sted, LeRoy, N. Y.
A Certain Cure for Chilblains.
Shako into your shoos Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder. It euros ohilblaius,
frostbites, damp, sweating, swollen
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YounRmon wanted tor POSITlONSon DIG RAILROADS.
Experience tmnccessary. High wukos. rapid promotion.
Positions waiting right men. Noother trade, or profes-
biuniiavHsucn ui nionoy. jn uusiutoitis a compara
tively bhort Eton from Fireman to sunerlntcndunt or
President of a gi eat railroad.
IN MAKING APPLICATION, WRITE PLAIN
Real worth wins ovory time, we show you how
If you want a posllldh as F1REHAN, ENGINEER.
najitnMAN op c.axmiCTOR. oven If von don't
know ono thing about, railroading, 1111 out coupon. In-
flritiit? utnniii ttv tnrttiti Inru.
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Additional trains to tho northwest
commencing Fobrnary 11, two daily
trains to Montana, Washington,
Pugot Sound and Portland, via Bil
lings, Mont., short line.
Special homoseokors rates greatly
reduced round trip rates to the North
Platte Valley und the Big Horn Basin.
February 20, March 0 and 20. Loss
than ono faro for round trip. Low
ono way and round trip rates to
points in tho south and southwest
February 20, March 0 end 20.
Colonist rates specially low ono
way colonist rates to points iu Colo
rado, Wyomiug, Utah, Montana, Idaho,
Oregon, Washington and California,
February 15 to April 7, inclusive
Homoseokors excursion rates To
points in Montana, Idaho, Oregon,
Washington und British Columbia.
Fobruary 20, and Larch G and 20.
Sond for freo foldors, descriptive of
irrigutod lands in tho North Platto
foot. At all druggists aud shoo stores' Valloy, tho Big Horn Basin, tho Bil
25 cents. Sample freo. Address , lings district and eastern Colorado.
Allen S. Olmsted, LoRoy, N. Y. j Speoify whioh you want.
To tho sunny south winter tourists
rates daily until April 30. Return
limit to Juno 1, 190G.
Write mo just what trip you have In
mind and lot mo advise you tho least
cost and best way to make it.
J. F. Edwards, Agent.
Sunday Schwl ConyentUii.
Tho 17th annual convention of tho
Wobstor County Union Sunday school
association will bo hold in Rod Cloud,
March 5 and G. Superintendents
tako notice. Every school is entitled
to ono delegate for every twonty
scholars or fraction thereof. Elect
your delogates. Expect a good report.
Lot us all roily for a good convention.
Every school will bo asked ,(o tako a
Mrs. Logan, Cor. Seo.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itohiug, blind, blooding, protruding
pllos. Druggists are authorized to
refund money If Pazo Ointment falls
to ouro in G to 14 days. 60 cents.
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