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YOUR CHILDREN8HOULD WEAR
School Shoes !
They eome nearer enduring hard knocks and
ill usage than any shoes you ever bought.
TOR BALK BY
BLAKESLeE & KALEY.
II. Ac M. R. R. Tltno Tnblc.
Tnklna effect Atifcll
Trains cfirrrlng passengers leave Red Cloud
as follows i
EAST VIA HAHTINOS.
No. W I'oMpngerto HastliiKS, - 0:00 p. tn.
No, HG KnjiKi,t tor llastlmjs - I:30imii.
1'assenger from Hastings
.- rlvos 0:40 a.m.
' KA8T VIA WYMOHK.
No. in. rnsscngcr to Ht. .lusenh, Ht,
ix)ulsan(lUhlcaKiMlally - 10:30 um
No U rassenvi-r to Kansas Cltv and
Atchison, dally. ... 8:00, p.m.
(JUlNO WE8T. w'i"-
No, 13 Tasscnger (or Denver and In
termediate points, unity, - 7:30 a.m.
No. is, Tasscngcr (or Denver, dally, 0:20 p. m.
OXFOHD AMD II KD CLOUD ACCOMMODATION.
No. 143 local f reiglit to Oxford dally
except Sunday 0:00 am
No. 144 local freight from Oxford dally
except hdml.iy 8:15 pm
Hull! Hull! Hull!
H. E. l'ond, will writo Hail insur
ance in ono of the best companies rep
resented in the west as choap as any.
A few good farm loans, six per cent
interest. No second mortgage D. B
For Flour ami Feed
0'i and see L. P. Albright. He keeps
tliu best brands and sells his flour just
as cheap as others. Also sells hard
and soit coal. Prices reasonable. Of
Gee and scales, corner of Webster
street and 4th avenue.
Tho best in the world, for Balo at,
A. Moil art's. 40-tf
Farm loans at lowest interest.
Strictly first-class loans at lower rates
than lias ever been given in this coun
ay before. Option to pay part or all
at end of any year. C. F. Catiikr.
Ilorso for Sale.
A good thrcc-yoar-old horse for sale
cheap, for cash or on time. Inquire
tt this omce.
All orders for oil or casolino left
at Spokcsfield's grocery storo will bo
promptly filled by tho Bluo Tank
Piles of people have piles, but De
Witt's Witch' Hazel Salvo will cure them.
For Bale at Cotting's.
Wanted to trade a stock of young
horses, colls and mules for land in
Nebraska or Kansas.
J. D. Curtis, Stella, Nebr.
A special examination of teachers
will be held at lied Cloud, Saturday,
September 3, 1892.
D. M. Hunter, Co. Supt.
Tho Burt Dramatio Co. will place
upon the boardsduring fair week a
new and interesting repertoire at
tf. B. B. Fulton, Manager.
Wait for W. W. Wrights new stoves.
He will have a fine supply.
Jas. Englington living four miles
west of Blue Hill will havo a publio
salo Sept. 8th, of 80 lioad of stook
consisting of cattle, horses, hogs, also
Terms; A credit of one year on
all sums ovor $10. Free lunch at
noon. .Jab. Enomnqton.
W. A. W atkinb, Auctioneer.
For Firo Lightning and Tornado
Insuranco in tho German of Freeport
and other rcliaulo companies, call on
or write to Ghas. Sohaffnit, office over
JVoyo's drug store, Bod Cloud, Nebr.
Tho Bed Cloud Driiy Line havo four
good and heavy mulo teams. All
hauling promptly attended to your
orders solicited. J.no B auk lev,
A. Mohurt, the hardware man, will
hereafter keop all kinds of Bee Keep
er's supplies. Mail order filled
I Want (u Jitiy Furms
Parties having cheap farm lands for
sale, improved or unimproved oan find
buyrrs by calling on P. B. Spanoglo,
Heal Estate aud Loan Agent, Bed
Died. In tho city of consumption.
A familiar headline isn't it ? It's pretty
risky to neglect a cold or cough. Ono
minute cough cure is pleasnnt, safe and
sure. For sale nt Cotting's.
Sohool tablets at Ootting's.
Doyois&tillintboring soiling wall
Tho best spcctaoles in the world at
Dcyo is tho Icador in the paint and
Tho family of Itev. M. Putmah has
arrived in tho city.
All kinds of sohool supplies at
Cotting's drug store.
Boy's and children' suits to suit
every one nt Wiener's.
Tho Lincoln mixed paints aro guar
anteed sold by Cotting.
J. W. Overing was in Beaver City
this week on business.
For fine tobacco, cigars, candies
&c, go to J. O. Lindley's.
Don't forget those celebrated gnso
lino vapor stoves at Wright's.
Sarah Baum and Mattio Wolf were
visiting in Bluo Hill this week,
Eight different kinds of machine
oil at Deyo's. Prices tho lowest.
School opons Monday tnd th
young ideas will begin to shoot forth
See Osoar Patmor before buying
flour. He has made a big reduction.
Farm loans t six per cent option
to pay after two years. D. B. SPAN
OOLE. John J. Duoker and Reno Christian
of Joliet, Illinois, are out oi a hunt
To securo a good praotical education
attend tho Bcatrico business college.
Enroll at any time, 5-2
Wiener has concluded to clneo out
his men's and boy's boots, Bead his
advertisement, profit by it
F. V. Taylor, allows no ono to sell
more goods than ho docs, at prices
that are low, for good coodB,
Tho 3d division of tho Ladies Aid
society of tho M. E. church will give
a tea on the evening of Sept. 0th.
Cot tint? has something less than
a hundred different styles of tablets
for sohool use and fine correspondence
Mrs. Mabel Jones, neo Martin, ar
rived in Bed Cloud this morning to
make her parents ana friends a two
week's viit before returning to Salt
Lake City. "
Soda J. Bailey, desires to extend
thanks to our city band for their kind
net's in opening their usual Saturday
evening's concert at the door of' the
now music store. Under tho excel
lent leadership of Prof. Hendriok
tho boys huvo shown rapid improve
ment, and are glad to know that tho
Red Cloud band is now taking tho
Tho S. of V. band, of Rod Cloud,
stopped a short time in Guide Bock
Wednesday morning while on their
way to the reunion at Superior, andj
favored tho crowd at tho depot with
some exoouvnt music. Tuts is tho
band to play for the Fourth of July
celebration in Guido Bock noxt year
if they can be got for anything less
than a hundrod dollars. Guido Book
The Red Cloud band, composed of
8onA of Veteranr, was tho best ap
pearing band in their beautiful uni
forms, and made the finest appearance
oi any on me grounds. The musio
they furnished vas al.-o excellent and
had there been u band contort wo
ft el certain they would liftvo goue.
hiinjy vfitl Hrit ifloiioy, Rod Cloud
may well feel proud of her band.
Many people, not aware ot tho dangers
of constipation, neglect the proper reme
dy till the habit becomos chronic, or in.
(tarnation or stoppage redults. A dose or
two of Ayer's Fills In tho beginning,
woqld tt ye prevented aU thta.
Fruits at Calmes.
ODDS AND ENDS
Miss Jennio Boll is in Lincoln
Undo John Tonilinson
The reunion at. Superior
Geo, Guilford is working for Jos.
Graves, tho butcher. , ..
Prof. Caster, who baa boon in the
east has returnod homo,'
Jas. McClelland helped the Big In
jun financially this week.
Miss Carrio Brakofiold has been em
ployod to toaoh in Hastings.
Wo nro plcasod to ltarn that Mrs,
L, II. Rust is still improving.
Miss Jassio Shorman has gono to
LaCross, Wis., to go to sohool.
Mrs. A. L. Funk, and Mrs. Thorn
burg hayo returned to Lincoln.
Will McMillan says "darn Super
ior." W hat's tho mattor Mno ? (
Hats and caps for tho wholo world
at right prices. Chicago Stork.
Mrs. Morhart has bcon quite sick
since her arrival homo from tho west.
She is belter now.
Tho- Mifscs Jcssio and Maggie
VisBchor of MoCook, aro visiting in
Red Cloud this week.
Henry Seott, was taken suddonly
ill this wock with cramp colio .but is
able to bo out ugain.
H, B. Simmons and J. R. Willoox,
drow tho first crowd for blood this
week. No lives lost.
Mr. W. II. Hoffman who has been
quite ill is fcoling much bettor and is
slowly regaining his health.
Editor Warren and wifo aro spend
ing a few weeks at Colorado Spring,
whero Mr. W, goes tor his health, f
Cft11 on us for DyB' sults w0 aM
striotly in !t ! lino.
Tho Red Cloud ball nino's chal
lenge has bcon aooeptcd by the Su
periors. Tho day is not tot. Journal.
Mr. Milton Lestor, who has been
severely Bick, is slowly recovering and
hopes aro now entertained of his ulti
Parties of Guido Rook hayo just
purchased a young trotting stallion,
a very fine colt from tho eastern part
of this stato. Signal.
"I would liko to sound the praise of
Hood's Sursaparilla over tho entire
universe." writes Mrs. Longenookcr
of Union Deposit, Penn.
Tho R's will give an too cream
social at Martin's old stand, Saturday
ovening, Sept, 3d, 1892. Proceeds
will go towards founding a library for
MisseH Trix Mizcr and Mario
Miner returned to Red Cloud thi
afternoon after sponding a few da
with Miss .Evelina Brodstone.
A son of Sylvester Day's was so un-
fortunate as to have his arm broke 1
ast Friday. Dr. MoKeoby set thf
anooicu memocr ana mo young man
is getting along nicoly.
For men's, boys' or children's
underwear wo are after you sharp
because wo have tho stook and quality.
Priee is made to suit you.
Chicago Olotiiino Store.
Miss Henrietta Outson, who so ao
coptably filled the position as teaoher
in tho 2d room in our publio schools
last year has been employed in Fre
mont schools, at an advanced salary of
$50 per month. She is certainaly de
serving of the promotion.
The friends of Mrs. I. H. Hummel
gave her a farewell reception at the
rebidenco of Judge West before she
departed for Oklahoma. Mrs. Hum
tool has many frionds in this oity and
county who aro Borry to have her re
move, but wish her muoh happiness
in her new home. The Chief will
follow her to Oklahoma.
John Winttrs is in Chicago.
M. W. Diokcrson is on tho
Mrs, J. V. Curran was in the city
Mrs. Henry Harris living north of I
tho city died last Tnuradav.
Jas. NoNutt, Tom Potter and John
Roof, havo gono to Oklahoma.
Tho M. E. ohuroh Sunday sohool
pionioKea ai Amooy xnursaay.
. mi w
Roy Tait, one of The Chief's
forco has bcon quito siok this woek.
Tho Baptist ohuroh Sunday sohool
gavo a pionio across tho river Tuesday,
Mrs. Dr. MoKccbv has gono to
Jamestown, Kansas, for a two weeks'
Miss Kclloy, ono of our publio
onooi toaoners, arrtvod in tho oity
Mrs. Winters is home from Fairbury
whero sho was attending a stato meet
ing of tho Uhristian ohuroh.
Rinclinc's Mammoth Cirous will '
agont hasL been "wo and eontno"'
for Grounds, etc. '
Our friend Waline living six miles
north west brought a load of wheat to
Red Cloud Saturday that weighed 6G
pounds to tho bushel. Who oan
Mark Snyder, was playing with the
meat ohoppor in Gust Bros, meat
market when ho accidentally got his
fingers under the blades and had two
of thorn nearly out off.
Tho son of Patriok DeLanoy. of
Kansas, who was working out west
was killed at Allianco this week by
tho cars, and the body was brought
to Red Cloud for interment.
A largo, number of onr people were
in Grand Island this woek attending
tho old soldiers' rounion. About
20,000 poople wero present four-fifths
of whom wore good, solid republicans.
yRemomber that W. W. Wright, the
waro man, leads in low prioes on
goons in the nardwaro busi ness.
but never follows his competitors.
ti'au and sco our lino of stoves, gaso
line, wood, ooal and in faot all kinds
of cooking and boating stoves.
Have tried almost every known reme
dy for Itching Piles without suooeae, fin
ally bought a box of DeWilt'a Witch
Hazel Salve, and it baa cured me, 0. D.
Haskins, Peoria, III. For sale by Cotting
Editor Chief: I must give you
little acoount of oar work at the re
union at Superior. A few of as ar
rived there Tuesday forenoon. We
were met at the depot by Commander
Adams and sent by carriage to W. R.
C. Headquarters on tho camp ground,
We soon "hong our banners on the
outer wall" and the committee furnish
ed the interior. Then visitors com
menced to eome in a steady stream
wo' could scarcely find time to eat our
As soon as we could in tho after
noon we went up to tho Grand Stand
to hear tho spooking. Mr.MoKeighan
was just finishing his address ao we
did not hear much of it. He was fol-
opod by his opponent in the Con
gressional raoe, Prof. Andrews, and I
must say that cloquonce flowed from
his lips without a soeming effort. He
made a grand speech.
The oamrj fire that evenincr wan
of good thing()
Corps began to come in. By 8 o'olook
our headquarters was crowded full.
The aoting adjutant, Capt. Murfin,
pcroeiving it, came rushing in, and
said Mrs. Knight you must have mora
room, you can take possession of tlie
Surgeon's headquarters for to-day.
J af sign that to the Chester and Ge
neva Corps. That left room, so when
tho Red Cloud Corps came they found
a plaee to stay. At 10.30 the W. R
C. formed in line, headed by the Red
Cloud S. of V. band who furnished
musio, and marched tolhe speakers'
Tho forenoon exeroises consisted of
tho address of welcomo by Mrs. Addie
Milling, of Geneva, Neb., tho response
by Mrs, M. P. Wood, of Burr Oak,
Kan , and an address by Mrs. E, H.
Alrioh, of Cawker City, Kansas, She
is ono of the1 original party whoor
ganixed the National W. R. 0. at
Deliver in 1883. The addresses were
dOlIie aild gee OUT
For School Wear
We have them and they are very '
Special Bargains in New Dress
G. A. DUCKER & CO.
interspersed with songs by the Chester
The afternoon exercises commenced
with another tune from tho S. of Y.
band of Red Cloud, whioh was muoh
enjoyed. Then the roll call of corps
was called, to ascertain which corps
had the most members present. It
was found that tho corps from Choster
waa the fortunate one and a fine flag
was awardod them. Mrs. Emma B.
Manchester, put National S. V. P.J
made an eloquent presentation spoeoh.
The President of the corps resronded,
saying it waa fitting that her corps
should capture the flag", as it is an
interstate corps, being half in Kansas
and half in Nebraska. The song,
"Rally Round the Flag," was then
sung by the Sons and Daaghters of
Vetrrans Ulee Ulub.
Then we had addresses by Mrs.
Winters, of Nebraska City, Miss
Ashbrooke. of Geneva Dent, S. V. P.,
Mrs. Judson and Phillips, of Chester;
Mrs. Judson and Miller or tied Uloud.
The Glee Club entertaining the ex
ercises by signing and the baod dis
cussing aweet musio, between the ad
dresses. Tho closing song was, "Drop
ping From tho Ranks."
A joint camp fire was held in the
evening and the W. R. C. presented
many good speeches and reoitations.
We also received and resd them a
telegram from our beloved put Nat
ional President, Mary Sears MoHenry,
sonding her greoting to us,, and wish
ing that W. R. 0. day might be the
brightest and best of the reunion
In ono or two days stay there, after
tho 24th we wero continually congrat
ulated on the success of our day,
many olaiming that it was the most
interesting day of the reunion.
WilL you allow me to oloso with a
Suotation from ono of the Omaha
aily papers, to show what others
think of as?
Relief Corps day at Camp Lincoln
will never be forgotten by those who
wero there. It makes an epoch in
Grand Army history, Neyer before
were so many ladies present, and
never before was such deep interest
taken. Not only in numbers but in
ability waa the meeting a remarkable
ono, and clearly shows that the blight
est and bert eduoated of our women,
as well as the rank. and file, are every
J year becoming more interested, in the
issk oi.Mrcwing messing!, in ine
pathway of the falling heroes of the
war. E. B. KNlonT."
It's not yty pleasant to eongb and hack
To Buffer pain in cheat and back,
Many people osuld atop it, for Bare,
vBy simply using one minute cough sure
For ante by Dotting.
How to make money. A proatpt r.
torn of yourmoatyit the good health
that follows the aie of Hapatioure which
Is a poiitlra our for all malaria troablM,
Biood, kidney and llrar dua4. Ban
for Marshall! Manual of Health, Xansu
Oity, Mo,, and Lawrenoe, Kaaau.
September 1-15, tho Burlington
Route will sell round trip tickets to
Hot 8prings (good to return any time
within 30 days from date of purchase)
at one fare.
Hot Springs is the finest health
and pleasuro resort between Chicago
and the Paoifio Coast.
Ita hotel accommodations are ex
oi lion t, as are its plunge bathe and
bath houses, whioh tie nowhere e
coiled. Tho effeota of its thermal waters
upon sunYrera from rheumatism,
soiatica, and kindred oomplainta, are
irmy astounding. '
for full information, see the Ioeal
,1genof th, B- M-B- w write to
J. Francis, General Pauenger
Ticket Agent, Omaha.
What Does It Bf earn.
Important order to the U. 8. Armyi
"Get the entire Army ready to move ht
onee. To prevent siokneu (snpply them
"Hepatioore," it parlflsa the blood, Htm
and kidneys: prevents sloknata of
character among soldiers" For sal at
Dyo'. "STAm."8ae. War.
The tcaohors in the Red Cloud elly
schools uro requested to meet at the
High-school building on Saturday
Sept 3, at 10 o'olook a, m , to arraage
for the next term's work whioh begin
Sept. 5. G. M. Cawik, Sunt
It Is risky aud axpeulre to mato
phyeMaa bat it to tala and sare ior tS
patient to take Htpatloer fT !
prompt and feetiveoara for all sMmuS
bowel, liyer and kidney troakUsTlC.
feotly pi.mBt to U&7 A'Kji ?
and !! .! ..ll..
clothing in rndlesi qu.atity rewired.
- JSih L?.!?5e-.a.lk.tatT Ihrri-
nuu " VIIBTBIMUU Will (M IIMUri
they take DeWilt'a Wttl.
They have "gat then quality i
vu uf uv uuitr piu.. for ! by OoMtmf .
Oalloo T;K."p. J.W.,.; J&J Jj
optician for la. w.toh elaenlag 'an4- .W
.vr-...D6, ..Minn lenor, entwem aM :? ; a
.uiie.t uwu, jewelry, nwmm, tlih .M5i
etc. always on band. oU'lVamTSt'VX .i
w'rb"tH verybV't of WMf&Mml
will n0, in (Mting, W'jfflH.
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