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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1906)
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There Is a remedy over sixty
years old Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Of course you have
heard of improbably have used
it. Once in the family, it stays;
the one household remedy for
coughs and hard colds on the
chest. Askyour doctoraboutit.
" I Imvo linrl pneumonia tlircn tlmoi, nnd
Ayer'n Cherry I'cctunil h.n brought nmmfuly
through each tima. I linvo lint rcrnvereil
frinti my lunt nttnck. nticil nlxty novcii. No
wontler I pratio It." IS. V. lliouiNrt, Stevens
We have had a slight frost here,
which hurt my geraniums and other
tender ilowera, hut In Sun l'edro,
which is oloso to the oceun, we found
them in full bloom.
Now, Mr. Kdltor, it seems to me
that those who criticize the old head
ing of Tin: CiiikV do not understand
the significance of it. That was no
'Piute" or "Apache" sitting on that
log. It represented the Indian chief
Ked Cloud, his tepee in the hack
ground, watching the course of empire
wending its way westward, the prai
rie schooner first, then the railroad
train. It told the name of the paper
without words. You could not find a
better heading for it now, if it were
presented in a more artistic manner.
K. 15. Knioiit.
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M Madoby J.C. AyorOo., Lowoll, Mcos.
S Alto mniiuiaoiurara or
Jk3 O IIAIU VIGOR.
Ayor's Pills Incroaso tho activity of
tho livor. nnd thus aid recovery.
From "Aunt Betsey'
Wll.i.oiiltooK. CAli., Dec, 3.
Ilmioit Cim:i" I would like to tell
your readers something about this
country at tho present time. We had
nice warm weather until about two
weelcs ago, when the rainy season set
In and it turned colder. Of course,
during tho dry weather vegetation
dried up except where it was irriga
ted, but tho trees all around us are
yet green. We have no autumn foli
age here. Most of the trees, sueh as
the palm, eucalyptus, pepper, orange
and lemon, remain green the year
The Nebraska Club of Southern Cal
ifornia held its annual picnic in Octo
ber at Long lleach. Wo attended and
found a good many from Webster
county, among them George McCrary,
who was then visiting in San l'edro,
and many others who have been living
'in this state for several years. I found
that they still read Tiik Ciiikk, for
when 1 was introduced to them they
would say: "I know of you; I have
read your letters in Tiik Ciiikk."
Wo spent Thanksgiving day at my
fcon's, in San l'edro. It was rainy and
rather cold, but we whizzed through
on the electric car at the rate of a
auile a minute, and enjoyed it. We
found there Othel Garner and family,
who had just arrived from luavale.
Now, whether we had turkey, plum
pudding and all the accessories of a
Thanksgiving dinner, I am not sure.
I was so absorbed in hearing all the
news from Inavale and Hod Cloud that
I could think of nothing else. I am
glad to hear that my friends there are
Yesterday Mrs. Emma Gray and her
daughter visited us. Thoy formerly
lived In Inavale, but now they are
living in Los Angeles. They are rela
tives of Mrs. Mary Arneson of Red
The Restful Life.
Rev. A. A. Grossman preached a
very Instructive sermon at tho Con
gregational church last Sunday morn
ing, his topic being "The Restful
Life." Mr. Grossman impressed upon
his hearers that the only true rest was
that obtained by throwing one's bur
dens upon tho Savior. He gave several
illustrations to prove his point, and
then proceeded to show what consti
tuted some people's ideas of heaven,
lie scouted the idea that heaven was a
place where all one had to do was to
sing, or listen to singing, else what
would become of tho good Christian
people on this earth who could not
distinguish one note from another. lie
intimated that listening to tho angels
sinir for a thousand years would be
come monotonous. Ho also took a rap
at the "crown" and "harp" theory of
of heaven, telling of a lady parishioner
he once knew who did not want to
wear a crown in heaven because she
had been troubled enough with head
aches in this world, and, so far as the
harp was concerned, she had heard
plenty of "harping" right here on
earth. What she most desired was to
be allowed to rest when she got to
heaven. Mr. Cressman believes in a
progressive heaven and repudiated the
theory that when one died and wont
to heaven all advancement stopped.
Most of those who heard the sermon
left tho church with changed opinions
Eaftles Have "Nested."
Last Tuesday evening A. J. Lepin
Bkl, Jacob Thomas and two other gen
tlemen from Hastings were in Rod
Cloud and instituted an aerie of the
Fraternal Order of , Eagles. The aerie
starts out with a charter membership
of fifty-six, and the following ofll
flccrs: Past President A. II. Keeney.
President V. C. Frahm.
Vice President J. O. Caldwell.
Secretary C. 1). Robinson.
Treasurer 1 R. Maudeville.
Chaplain Cloyd Gummiugs.
Physician R. V Raines.
Trustees C. K. Hesse, Joe Fogel and
J. O. Hutler.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles is not
an insurance order, though it carries
sick and burial benefits. Tho princi
pal object of the order is the promo
tion of good fellowship among tho
members, and alsr giving assistance
to distressed members and their fami
lies. A nice feature of tho order is
that tho services of the pysieian are
free to the members of the order and
Fraternal V Association.
The Fraternal Aid Association hold
its annual election of oilleers last even
ing. An oyster supper was enjoyed by
the members after the business meet
ing. All tho old oilleers were reelect
ed, as follows:
Part President --Mrs. I. II. Holmes.
President Mrs. C. II. Potter.
Vice President Mrs. Geo. Newhousu.
Secretary Miss Clara McMillan.
Treasurer C. II. Potter.
Chaplain Mrs. P. C. Pharos.
Guide -Mrs. E. Welsch.
Observer Mrs. O. C. Tool.
Sentinel 13. Welsch.
Trustees L. M. Crabill, Mrs
Hutchison, 13. W. Ross.
If you need an Overcoat and waut to soo somo good values, just
come in and wo will bo glad
to show somo of them. Can
sell you Men's Coots as fol
lows: A black Kersey m gf
Dross Coat for. . . .9 f iUU
A black or grey co cv
Kersey Coat for. . .WfatHJ
A black Dress Coat, a ji
"dandy," for $10
m PAUL STOREY, Clothier
to Not Afraid to
vf Show 'Em
Fur Coats in Dogskin Cnv
and Russian Calf ut..wv
Boar Coatc Boiivor o f
i'rimtnoil, at &4
Fur Li nod Coats
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurso in Now York
discovered an aromatic pleasant herb
euro for women's ills, called Austral
ian-Loaf. It is tho only cortaiu
monthly regulator. Cures female
weaknesses and backache, kidnoy,
bladder and urinary troubles. At all
druggists or by mall 50 cents. Sample
froo. Address, Tho Mother Gray Co.,
Lelloy, Now York.
To Cure a Cold In in Day.
Tako Laxative Bromo quinine tub
lots. Druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 coots.
Woodmen Elect Officers.
The Modern Woodmen elected otll
cers last night. After the meeting
the members adjourned to the Ron
Ton for an oyster supper. Following
arc the ofllcers elected:
Consul C. W. Grout.
Advisor W. 11. Saunders.
Banker L. II. Fort.
Clerk E. II. Newhouse.
Escort R. G. Runchey.
Watchman G. E. Griffoth.
Sentry Vale Fox.
Manager J. O. Caldwell.
Chief Forester J. L. Barlow.
Decree of Honor Officers.
The following ollicers were elected
by the Degree of Honor lodge Tuesday
Past Chief Mrs. Holllster.
Chief Mrs. W. Wolfe.
Lady of Honor Mrs. Slaby.
Chief of Ceremonies Mrs. F. Iluffer.
Recorder Mrs. W. Roby.
Financier- Mrs. Barkley.
Receiver Mrs. Bohrer.
Inside Watch Mrs. Earner.
Outside Watch Mrs. Welsch.
will hand you ROYAL eveft
if vou io Blindfolded into hh
store and ask for Baking Powder.
Any maker of ALUM Baking Pow
der would like to Blindfold the house
wives, so that they could not see the label
pn the can. AyOSD ALUf
"ROYAL is an absolutely pure, Grape Cream of Tartar
Powder. Aids Digestion-Adds to the heaithfulness of food,
iynnf i"I? Yon may want to know if some certain brand of Baking Powder contains
ilUl lVJCf ALUM or Phosphate of LIME, send us the name' and we will (without coit to.
you) advise you (torn oftrial reports.
fcOYAL BAKINO POWDER CO, NEW YORK CITV'
No Longer an
Tho idoa that has become general that first class building material
could no longer be hnd is certainly knocked out, when you take a
look at the complete line of clear Soft Fine Finish and Siding
carried in stook by
of Red Cloud, Neb. What Is also pleasing to the buyers of Lumber
and building material is the fact that their prices aro reasonable,
and they guarantee a SQUARE DEAL. They also have a nice
lino of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. Seo their Shin
gles. You can not help but admire them.
Tho mombers of this enterprising Arm, assisted by plenty of
excelleut help, aro always glad and tako pleasure in showing to tho
public this nice stock.
Wo aro hero again with a well solocted stook of Holiday Goods
nnd iuvite your inspection.
For the Ladies
Books, Fine China, Cut Glass, Toilot Sets, Manicures, Music
Rolls, Hand-Bags, Card Casos, Pictures, Fine Stationery, Jewel
For the Men
Books, Smoking Sets, Cigar Cases, Pockotbooks, Stationeryi
Safety Razors, Traveling Sots, Shaving Casos and Mirrors,
Collar and Cuff Boxes, Fountain Pons, Cigars, etc.
For the Children
Picture Books, Fancy Goods, Perfumes, Bibles, Pictures, Toys,
Gamos, Doll Cabs, Rocking Horses, Balls, Drawiug Books, otc.
Como aud see.
Chas. L. Cotting, Gbe Druggist
i An Anoloiy.
Tin: Ciiikk is always willing to do
the right thing by everybody, and is
re.idy to apologize when it Is shown
that an injustice has been done, and
wo feel that we owe an apology to tho
In our last issue wo published an
article criticizing tho city administra
tion for not ordering the sale of the
lots included in tho judgment against
the Michigan Trust Co. While it is
true the supreme court has upheld the
judgment of the lower court, and has
issued a mandate ordering the sale of
tho lots, it appears that they can not
bo sold until the property of tho
Farmers & Merchants Ranking Co. has
been exhausted in the attempt to sat
isfy tho city's judgment against that
institution. Now that tho mandate In
tho bank building case has been re
ceived, there Is a prospect of a speedy
settlement of the whole affair.
"Some day whin I am down town I
am goin' to dhrop In on me frind th
prisidint iv th' l'ullman company an'
ask him to publish a few hints to th'
wayfarer. I wud like to know how a.
gintleman can tako off his clothes
while settln' on thim. It wud help a
good deal to know what to do with th'
clothes whin ye had squirmed out It
thim. Ar-ro thoy to bo rolled up in a
ball an' placed under th' head or
dhropped into th' aisle? Again, in th
inorniu' how to get Into th' elothen
without throwin' th' train off th
track? I will tell ye confidentially,
Hlnnissy, that not beln' a contortion
ist th' on'y thing I took off was me
Mr. Doolcy on a Pullman.
Any person who has over attempted
to dlsrobo In a Pullman berth will ap
preciate tho following observations by
Fred, tho 15-year-old son of Rudolph
Strolt, northwest of Red Cloud, died
Wednesday morning at 11:15, from di
abetes, after a brief illness. Funeral
services were hold Thursday afternoon
at 2 o'clock in tho Danish church, con
ducted by Rev. R. E. 11. Hill, pastor of.
tho Inavale M. B. church.
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