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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1906)
Then tell him about Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. Tell him
how it cured your hard cough.
Tell him why you always keep
it in the house. Tell him to
ask his doctor about it. Doc
tors use a great deal of it for
throat and lung troubles.
tirt terrible rnlit ik1 cnnjtli and wri
tlirf.itnried with imeiitiHiiiln. I Irfcil Ajft
rti rrr Vcctornl ami It enve incqiilck nnrt pfr
rwtrllef. It U rprliiliily b mint womltrful
rnnnhmi.llriiie."-lli:NA K. Whitman, Sioux
Ktll, H. Ak.
Md8 by J. O. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mn,
Alto ranuioiuror ui
slavery of vice ami crime which was
dragging down to destruction so many
of the young men nml women of our
nation, and urged Unit it was the duty
of the soldiers of peace to take up the
' battle and fight for the suppression of
. these evils.
The exercises at the tabernacle were
closed with a song by the quartet and
benediction by Itev. (5. II. Uice.
I The members of the post and relief
I corps wish to express their apprecia
tion of the line music furnished by the
quartet ami Mrs. Doling, as well as
the martial music by the boys' drum
corps. They also wish to thank Misses
Perkins and Sherman for their efforts
1 in training the children who participat
ed in the exercises, and Mrs. Ward L.
Austin for her assistance In decorating
the church for Memorial day.
barn of .1. V. Hurtis was blown down
and one steer killed.
The wheel of misfortune young man,
the buggy-whip young man, and the
little nutshell young man all did a
thriving business on our streets yes
terday. The credulity of their victims
Is remarkable, and the fool killer has
evidently been derelict In his duty of
At the regular meeting of lied Cloud
lodge No. 00, A. O. U. W. last Satur
day night, the following officers were
elected to fill vacancies:
Overseer II. K. Pond.
Receiver A. J. Kenney.
rMnaneier II. 15. Ituil.
Representatives to Grand Lokge
II. V. Hrewer, J. L. Miller, A. C. Hos-mer.
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It don t cost
no of Ayor's Pills at bodtlmo will
ftatton recovery. Gently laxative.
HONOR THE DEAD.
mectratlM lay Fittingly Observed In
The ranks of the veterans of the late
-ivil war are being rapidly thinned,
smd we who have profited by their
walor and bravery in fighting for the
preservation of the Union can not do
4xi much to show our appreciation
svisd respect for the comrades who still
.siirrive. That the citizens of the
tinty reverence the memory of the
heroes who fought for the Union was
hliown by the large audience which
completely filled the M. E. church
Hast Sunday morning to listen to the
The members of the (1. A. It. and
IbsLicf Corps met at their hall Sunday
uKiirning and inarched to the church.
.Among those In the parade, inarching
rsbls by side with the veterans of '01
"VK, were three veterans of the Span-tLh-Aineriean
war Clarence Reed, A.
111. Keeney and II. II. Morgan. A
familiar and commanding figure
muongthc veterans of the civil war,
evbo bus not been seen in a (J. A. R.
parade in Red Cloud for many years,
was that of A. N. Patmor of Santa
Ana, Calif., who recently came here
tm 7i visit. It looked like old times to
:mv Mr. Patmor in line.
At the church the members of the
post and corps took seats which had
kvm reserved for them. Elder C. E.
Ilavls, pastor of the Christian church,
delivered the Memorial sermon, which
was listened to with the closest atten
tion. People who have been accustom-
twl lo attend memorial services in Red
CJoud year after year say that Mr.
Davis' address was as fine as has over
Aiecn heard here.
mKCOUATlON DAY HKHVICKH.
Wednesday was an ideal day, and an
"cmTDensc crowd of people gathered In
fcbc city and accompanied the veterans
.lit the cemetery, where the usual
tciTrcsnonicH of decorating the graves of
xhe deceased comrades and reading the
service for the unknown dead were
jjone through with. Following the
.Mwicc at the cemetery a large per-
-ceiitagc of the crowd repaired to the
xtafcernaele which has been erected just
nortii of the Ilaptist church.
Hon. J. S. tlilhiiui, who has addres
sod many a Decoration day audience,
wi chosen by the members of the 0.
A. B. to act as their spokesman, and
-opened the meeting with a few ap
Rttv. G. II. Rice, pastor of the Con-
lyregational church, delivered the in-
voratlon. This was followed by a
'flag drill by the pupils of the kinder-
marten under the direction of Miss
NVinnie Sherman, and the little tots
received hearty applause forthesplen-
ilid inunner in which they carried out
their part of the program. Then came
m. Kong by a quartet composed of
Hesters. Cottlng and Sellars, Mrs. 13. S.
Garber and Miss Igou, following which
Mrs. Omer Doling sang an appropriate
Viul h. Dietrlck,- principal of the
"Jlcd Cloud Business College, was then
introduced .as the orator of the day.
Jlr. Dietrich's address was consider
able different from the customary
Decoration day oration, and, while he
paid high tribute to the veterans of
both the civil and Spanish-American
wars, and the causes in which they
fought, he laid particular stress upon
Abe. fact that the people of today were
enduring slavery In far worse forms
than that from which the colored race
was freed by Lincoln's proclamation,
s&le told of the industrial slavery which
.-enslaves children in the factories, as
"well us whole families in the sweat-s-cVops
of the great cities, and of the
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of News Found in Tho
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
James Laird now rejoiceth over the
advent of a 10-pound-son.
Mrs. 0. R. Chancy has gone to In
dianapolis, Ind., to receive medical
Win. Smith has the contract for
building the court house sidewalk.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. N.
Phelps was buried in Kansas Monday.
Ed Smith and family were visiting
their daughter at McCook this week.
Howard Deisley has bought two
drays and embarked in the transpor
During the storm Saturday night,
the front of 13. A. VanDyke's store at
Inavale was blown out.
Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Pitney of Ina
vale returned Saturday from their
visit at St. Louis, Missouri.
Oscar Klett has returned from llenk
elinan, where he was called to attend
the funeral of his father, V. Klett.
Someone, while the family were ab
sent, entered M. Hirneys residence
Probate Curt News.
May L'(i Estate of Oscar Onstot, de
ceased. Inventory and appraisement
Estate of Carl Spilker, deceased,
llond of executor approved and filed;
letters Issued. Appraisers commission
to Carl Gcstrlng and V. II. (icrlach.
Notice to creditors. License to exe
cutor to sell personality.
May 28 Potter vs. Penman; stipu
lated to June 15, 1900. Fisher vs.
Ryan, by agreement to June 1, 10 a.m.
May 29 Estate of William Williams,
deceased. Hearing on petition of
Phillippa Watson and Harry Williams,
and appointment of John C. Myers
administrator, llond in sum of 31.800,
approved and filed. Letters issued.
Appraisers warrant to V. 11. Fulton
and A. T. Walker.
Estate of Robert S. Denny, deceased.
Report of sale of personality filed and
The Water Situation-
Progress on the water works im
provements has been very slow and
results not very encouraging. Unless
the work is pushed a little more rap
idly winter will again be upon us be
fore a supply of water is obtained and
a site for the electric light plant
chosen. Nothing will be done in re
gard to the lighting plant until the
iiucstion of a sufllcient water sunnlv Is
to be well dressed than half
dressed. And it makes a lot
of difference sometimes.
I can sell you an outfit that
will get you a job, or keep
you in your position, or get
The SUITS I am selling at
and up to
are sure winners wherever
placed. All I ask is a chance
to shoM them to you. COME
IN AND BE SHOWN.
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ft CLOTHIER, FURNISHER. SHOE MAN J
Ask For Allen's Foot-Ease.
A powder for swollen, tired, hot,
smarting foot. Sample sent free. Also
froo samples of tho foot-easo sanitary
corn pad, a now invention. Address,
Alien S. Olmstend, LoRoy, Now York.
Samlliclit For All the Leavea.
The telegraph plant of India has n
meUiod all Its own for catching the
sunshine. Each of Us leaves Is com
posed of three leaflets. The larger ter
minal one erects Itself during the day
and turns sharply down at night, while
the other two smaller leaflets move i
Charled II. Fitz and Miss Jessie It.
Householder, both of Itladen, married
by Rev. A. V. Wilson, Friday, May 25.
Winfield Scott and Mrs. Rhoda A.
Roach, both of Riverton, married by
Judge Edson,Tuesday, May 29.
Floyd L. Guy and' Miss Lydia K.
Chrlsman, both of Guide Rock, married
by Judge Edson, Wednesday, May 30.
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurso in Now York,
discovered an aromatic pleasant herb
constantly day and night, describing I ?are ' for women's ills, called Austral
complete circles with a peculiar jerk-1
ing motion like the second hand of a
It is the
watch. Occasionally they rest for a
period and then go on again, thus
bringing every part of every leaf to
the full action of the sunlight.
Evangel 1st Honeywell.
and took some money and a few other
The dwelling of Mr. Conner, a few
miles southeast of Inavale, together
with its contents, were burned last
G rover Cleveland and Miss Frances
E. Folsom were married in the White
House, Washington, 1). C, Wednesday
evening, June 2.
The largest fish of the season caught
with hook and line was caught by
Eddie Emlgh last Saturday, weighing
five and a half pounds.
Wm. Holsworth, the gardener, living
north of the city, brought In 1.'I5 boxes I
of strawberries Monday morning, the
result of the first picking.
Married, in Red Cloud, Wednesday
morning, June 2, 1880, by the Rev. II.
N. l'ond, Mr. Win. Spurck of Nelson,
Neb., to Miss Mable Wyant of Sheri
dan county, Kansas.
The tail end of a cyclone struck the
city last Saturday night, shaking
things up in a lively manner, but do
ing no serious damage to life or limb,
except the limbs of tho trees. The
settled, and that bids fair to be anjall
summer job. It is always a good pol
icy to "make haste slowly," but this
work seems to be just barely creeping
along with little or no prospect of re
sults in the near future.
"One day last week I was informed
by telephone of a lire In my own ofllce,
not bIx feet away from where I waB
standing," said a prominent Wall street
broker. "A client with whom I had
been talking, after lighting a cigar,
threw the burning match Into tho
waBtebasket under my desk. As I went
to the door with him I heard tho tele
phone bell ring violently. When I an
swered the call I was surprised to be
told that there was a lively blaze under
my desk, which had been seen by n
bright ofllce boy In tho opposite build
ing. The fire was hidden from me by
a high filing cabinet, and might have
done serious damage before I discov
ered It myself. I am now hunting for
that boy," ho added. "Any ono quick
wltted enough to think of telephoning
in Buck an emergency I can use In my
business." New York Press.
The Teacher' Joy.
Parent How did you get along with
your geography laMon today, Johnnie?
Pupil Beautifully. The teacher wbb
bo pleased that she made me stay after
school and repeat It all over again, only
just to her.
Meetings geftln Tonight.
The tabernacle meetings for which
preparation has been made on a scale
never before known in Red Cloud, will
begin this evening In the big building
at the corner of Fifth and Seward sts.
For two weeks past the committee in
charge has been busy erecting the tab
ernacle, arranging for the chorus, and
completing the various details neces
sary to make such a meeting successful.
The evangelist whose portrait we
print here, was chosen after careful
deliberation as the one most likely to
meet the peculiar conditions existing
in our city, and he will bo backed
by the united efforts of the workers
in the various churches. We predict!
that these meetings will be largely at
tended and productive of great good
for Red Cloud.
She So tiiese are the china bargains
you advertised? Dealer Yes, ma'am,
and they're going for little or nothing.
She-All right, I'll take that bluo dish
for nothing. London Answers.
weaknesses nud backache, kidney,
bladder and urinary troubles. At all
druggists or by mail ."0 cents. Snuiplo
free. Address, The Mother Gray Co.,
Grand Jury Indicts Joseph Crow.
Omaha, May 18. Obstructing jus
tice Is the charge upon which Joseph
Crow, ex-postmaster of Omaha and a
prominent attorney, has been indicted
by the federal grand Jury. Crow's ah
leged attempts to obstruct justico
were in connection with tho case of
Rev. George G. Ware, president of tho
U. B. I. Land and Cattle company,
who was convicted In January for con
spiracy in the Hooker county land
fraud case. Implications were mado
at the Ware trial by Frank Lambert
on tho witness stand to the effect that
Crow was retained as an attorney for
State Board to Investigate Charges.
Lincoln, May 19. Monday the mem
bers of the state board of public lands
and buildings will go to Norfolk to
investigate the charges against Su
perintendent Alden and Assistant Su
perintendent Nicholson of tho Norfolk
hospital for the Insane. Governor
Mickey will take no part In the exam
ination, but after reviewing the rec
ommendations of tho board ho will de
cide whether to remove one or both
of tho accused officials. Attorney
John M. Stewart has been retained
for tho state becauso Attorney Gen
eral Norrls Brown is a member of tho
board which Is to act as a Jury bo
fore which the case is to bo tried.
potest is Latin
for " Nothing
Gordon is a
shorter way of
Miss Jessie Wert
Piano, Oigan and Voice
Studio at Mrs. Josio Moran
ville's, two blocks oast of
school house. Phoho 201.
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For Infants and Children.
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