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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1906)
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This is one reason why Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral is so valua
ble in consumption. It stops
the wear and tear of useless
coufhlnf. But it does more
it controls the inflammation,
quiets the fever, soothes, and
heals. Sold for 60 years.
Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral hni been a regular
Ufa preserver to me It brotmlit me MiroaRh
teveta attack ot i.tieunioma and I (eel
that t owemr lite to it wonderful curative
properties -William II Ihuitt. Wawa,
KadebyJ. O Ayer Co.. Irfjwall, Maaa.
ao manufaotarera of
UMtnn mnavmrv bv knnnlncr the
bowels regular with Ayer'a Pills.
Republican State Ticket.
Kor U. S. Senator
.NOItRlS BKOWN, Buffalo.
GEO. L. SHELDON, Cuss.
Kor Lieutenant Governor
M. It. IIOPE'.VKLL, Hurt.
Kor Railroad Commissioners
II. .J. WINNHTT, Lancaster.
HOlitiUT COWKLL. Doiglas.
A. .1. WILLIAMS. Pierce.
For Secretary of State
GKORC.K .JlNKIN, Uospcr.
K. M. SKA RLE, .IK., Keith.
J. L. MoRRIEN, Fillmore.
LAWSON G. HRIEN, Boone.
For Attorney General
WM. T. THOMPSON, Merrick.
For Land Commissioner
HENRY M. EATON, Dodge.
WILLIAM RENKEL, Inavale.
For County Attorney
A. M. WALTERS, Blue Hill.
W. It. ANDERSON, Hladen.
W. K. THORNE, Bladen.
R. F. RAINES, Red Cloud.
Kor Congressman, Fifth Dist.
G. W. NORRIS, McCook.
Deaths and Funerals
"L'nele" George Ecklor, one of the
oldest settlers of Highland. Kansas,
MUYerod a stroke of paralysis two
weeks ago, and died on the afternoon
of September 0, at the home of his
hon. Win. Ecklor. Deceased was 711
.years of age and had lived a consist
ent Christian for many years, and
passed to the great beyond with the
faith that he will live again. Funeral
services were held at the Friends
ohurcli at North I (ranch, Friday
nftcruoou at :i o'clock, and the re
mains laid to rest in the North Ilranch
cemetery. The family have the sym
pathy of their many friends over the
loss of a father, whose advice will
never be forgotten.
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurse in Now York,
discovered an aromatic pleasant horb
cure for women's ills, called Austral-ian-Leaf.
It is the only certain
monthly regulator. Cures female
weaknesses and backache, kidney,
bladder and urinary troubles. At all
druggists or by mail 50 cents. Sample
free. Address, The Mother Gray Co.,
IieRoy, New York.
LOW RATES TO OMAHA
Via the Burllnftten Route for the Ak-Sar-len
October 2 to G inclusive the Burling
ton will sell tickets to Omaha and re
turn at practically half rates. The
Carnival this year will bo a marked
improvement over all previous years.
In addition to a big streot carnival
overy day, there will be a flower
parade, Octobor 2nd; a gorgeous elec
trical parade, Wednesday evening,
Oct. flrd; a daylight parade, Oct. 4th.
and the Ak Sar-Ben Ball Oct. 5th
Ask the agent for dotails.
N. E. Church Pastors.
The following ministers have been
appointed by the M. E. church confer-
jence for Webster county:
Presiding Elder N. A. Martin Hast-
Hladen M. S. Foitteh.
Cowles (to be supplied.)
Guide Rock A. V. Wilson.
Inavale It. It. E. Hill.
Red Cloud W. L. Austin.
Ash Creek and Cowles to be supplied.
llluc Hill W. T. Taylor.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of Newa Found In The
Chief of Twenty Year Ago
Thla Week y
Mrs. A. O. Rerg Is visiting in James
Miss Cordie Sherer will attend the
state university this fall.
Wilcox, Sweezey & Wells Is the
name of the new law llrm.
Dr. MoKeeby was professionally
called to Superior Thursday.
The several new brick buildings are
being rapidly pushed forward.
Congressman Laird and General
Thayer were In the elty last Friday.
Mrs. T. C. Hacker is visiting her'
daughter. Mamie, at Akron, Colorado.
.Joseph Graves has purchased A
Cure's farm near Catherton, paying
Charley Hunter, congressman from
Inavale is the proud possessor of a
Miss Caroline Newhouse left Mon
day morning for Lincoln to attend the
I. W. Moon is in the city superin
tending the erection of his new brick
block which will be tinder headway
Our old and aged friends, Mr. Ma
hard and wife of McCook, are visiting
at the home of L. A. Haskins, across
County Clerk Ralley, Judge Me
Kelghan, J. L. Kaley and a large
number of others attended the state
fair this week.
Dr. L. II. Reck, the well-known In
this city, and for several months con
nected with Henry Cook's drug store,
has located in Riverton.
John Storey, who for many years
has been the trusted employe of Henry
Cook, has been promoted by Mr. Cook
to manage the drug store.
The numerous friends of Henry
Maurer, living north of the city, gave
himself and family si general and
lusty housewarming on Monday night
Our Chinese laundry is now open
and ready for business. Wing Lee is
the handsome proprietor, while John
Win will assist in the "washce" busi
ness. Success has at last crowned the ef
forts of our base ball nine, they hav
ing "done up" the crack nine of the
valley, i. e. the Alma nine, the score
standing '. to 0.
Mrs. Gust, wife of Charley Gust of
Line township, died at her home last
Monday, and was buried on Thursday
in Penny creek cemetery, Rev. Hum
Mr. Stahl, a prominent gentleman
of Chicago, who has several stores in
Nebraska, has made arrangements to
open a similar institution in one of
the Moon buildings on 5th avenue.
('. L. Cotting has secured the ser
vices of L. II. Deyo, a graduate of the
Michigan College of Pharmacy and a
thorough and competent druggist,
who will hereafter have charge of the
prescription and dispensing depart
ment of the store.
Oscar Rurrows foreman of the Elec
tric Light Co., went to Franklin the
first of the week and was taken quite
sick while there. However, he re
turned Thursday morning and is again
able to be at work.
Ask any ,lJap" that you may see,
"Why the Czar, with Rear behind,
had to climb a tree.
The Yanks, God bless the Yanks,
They gave us Rocky Mountain Tea.
C. L. Cotting.
It arouses energy, develops and
stimulates nervous life, arouses the
courage of youth. It makes you
young again. That's what Holllster's
Rocky Mountain tea will do. 35 cents
tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting.
Mrs. W. E. Brown of Fairmont re
turned to her home Saturday morning,
after a week's visit with her husband,
who Is employed at Schultz's photo
graph gallery. Ms. Rrown was ac
companied by her little daughter.
Ladles, read this cataloguu of
charms. Bright eyes, glowlngjcheeks,
red lips, a smooth bkln without a
blemish, in short, perfect health. For
.,..1.. ...111. 1 TI..III..1....I..
nuii: imlii uvury pHUiwige JlUUlSlCl'tt
Kooky Mountain tea. 115 cents. C. L.
Robert Harris Is having a new barn
built on his farm, four miles north of
At a meeting of the elty council
last Saturday evening the city clerk
was Instructed to notify electric sup
ply houses that the city would let a
contract on September '20 for the fur
nishing of lamp supplies for the en
Newhouse Bros, have this week re
moved a partition in the rear of their
store room thereby lengthening the
room about fifteen feet. This was
made necessary by the Increase of
their stock and the over crowded con
dition of the storeroom.
Commandant J. W. Bresson, of the
soldiers' home at Mllford, is recover
ing rapidly from an attack of nervous
prostration. It was rummored a few
days ago that he had been stricken
with apoplexy, but this was untrue.
He overworked during the national
encampment at Minneapolis, and the
result was a breakdown on his return
home. Thursday's Lincoln Star.
For Sale: 4100 acre farm near
Kearney, at 810 per acre, live miles of
running water, 1000 acres of it In
valley; its dirt cheap; Its all good corn;
alfalfa and pasture land. It is one of
tlie best stock farms in America,
especially for hog raising, has lots of
timber, shade and improvements. Its
the biggest bargain to be had in this
country, and for sale quick. Write to
(L L. Grookham, owner, Kearney, Neb.
Mrs. Wheelock, statu president of
the W. C. T. U. will be in Red Cloud.
Saturday, September 15, and in the
afternoon requests all ladies to be
present at the Christian church In the
afternoon at 3:30. Mrs. W1u...1m,.1-
will speak in the Congregational
church Sunday morning at 10:30 a. m..
and In the afternoon at 3:30 will ad
dress the Womans' union meeting at
the Christian church. In the evenlnu-
a union temperance rally will be held
at the Methodist church.
Mrs. II. E. Steadman, northeast of
town, is the victim of a rather singu
lar attack of illness. She was in ap
parently good health until Saturday
afternoon of last week, when not
feeling very well, she lay down on a
lounge to rest, sincu which time she
has been unconscious. Such cases,
while somuwhat unusual, are not by
any means unknown to the medical
profession. Their nature and treat
ment is pretty well understood, and
Mrs. Steadman will doubtless be
brought safely out from her serious
candition. Guide Rock News-Letter.
The St. Francis Land and 'Abstract
Company of St. Francis, Kansas, owns
and oilers for sale the following choice
lands in Cheyenne county: 1U0 acres
raw land. Every foot smooth and
level. Five miles from Bird City,
Price SI 700. Can sell the quarter
south of this at the same price. 100
acres, 11 1-2 miles from Rird City.
Practically all tillable, price S1000.
100 acres 0 l-'J miles from Bird City.
All smooth, price SI. 100. 1(50 acres 8
from Bird City. All smooth, a fine
tract, price Si. 100. 180 acres 8 1-2
miles from Rird City. Frame house,
frame stable, two Perkins windmills,
with several steel tanks, corrals and
fence on two sides on two sides of one
quarter. Over 200 acres of fine alfalfa
bottom on this tract. Price S3i) an
acre. 100 acres 11 1-2 miles from St,
Francis-, nothing finer, price 81400.
Can sell all of this section for S.) an
acre. Every foot fine level land. For
further information, address Travis
W. Benjamin, Sec'y, St Francis, Kan.
Local Grain Market.
(Furnished by J. B. Wisocarvo r
agout for Updiko Elevator Co.)
Ear corn 31 io
No. 3 corn 320
No. 3 Yellow corn 32o
No.3 White corn 33o
No. 3 White oats 23o
No.3 Mixed oats 2lo
No. 2 Hard wheat 500
No.3 Hard wheat 48o
No. 2 Spring wheat Glo
No. 3 Spring wheat 48o
No. 2 Rye 30o
To Now England and Canada dally
low excursion rates during Soptember
to Canada, and on Sept. 0 and 10 to
Now England resorts.
Cheap one way to Paoiflo coast
cheap colonist raies, daily to San
Francisco, Los Angolos, Portland,
Seattle, Tacoma and other coast terri
tory August 27 to October 31, also
cheap one wav to Moutana, Wyoming,
Big Horn Basin, Utah and westorn
Colorado September 15 to Octobor 31.
To California, Portland and Pugot j
WE ARE READY TO SHOW YOU THE
In anything in
All the newest in Suits, Overcoats, Hats,
Shoes and Furnishings. In the Sum
mer lines there are some good things,
and these you may have at prices that
will surprise and please you.
Jx CLOTHING, HATS,
flvPAUL STOREY, Clothier i
No Longer an
The idea that has become general that first class building material
could no longer be had is certainly knocked out, when you take a
look ot the complete line of clear Soft Pine Finish and Siding
carried in stock by
of Red Cloud, Neb. What is also pleasing to the buyers of Lumber
and building material is the fact that th ir prices are reasonable,
and they guarantee a SQUARE DEAL. They also have a nice
Hue of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. See their Shin
gles, l'ou can not holp but admire them.
The members of this enterprising firm, assisted by plenty of
excellent holp, are always glad and take pleasure in showing to the
public this nice stock.
ED AMACK, Prop.
Sound round trip Soptembor 3 to 1
GO to California; ono way via Puget
Sound 8G2.50. Last chance this sum
mer. Denver, Colorado Springs and Pu
eblo ono faro round trip, maximum
excursion rate ?15 from Nebraska Sop.
tomber 19 to 22 inclusive.
To the oast and south choap oxcur
sisns to various destinations during
Homosookers excursions frequent
ly each mouth to western Nebraska,
eastern Colorado, Big Horn Basin, dry
: 5? s i i SJ C1: S"; n5T"
are the Best
Free Kinkaid lands Writo D. Clem
Deaver, Agent Burlington's Home
seekers' Information Bureau at 1004
Farnam st., Omaha, at out getting
hold of a free section of Kinkaid land.
Thousand of acres of those lauds are
being vacated, and we assist settlors in
locating on those lands.
Consult nearest Burlington ticket
agent about low rates for summer
tours in any direction. J. F. Edwards,
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