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THE RED CLOUD ClttEF, RED CLOTJD. NEBRASKA, FRIDAY, OCT. 13, 1898.
Special Sale of Cloaks and Jackets
Commencing Saturday. October 7.
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Prices way down
An riirnWIied l; Coui
Itov. T. .lolinHon Iiuh been eiiKKuil tho
most of tlio tim. for tho iHt two weeltB
in making improvements on liiH farm,
nn.i ..lvinir lillilfi lectures even'mus at
Spring Valley hcIiooI Iiouh.. Ho ulmi
preached lwt Sunday, anil the Hunduy
twoweokB preceding t Crjutnl Sprinu
bohool liouHe, at tho clou, of tli. Sunday
Rev P. LawHon, imutur of tho Congre
gational church ut Hivcrton.alHO preach
iil at Cryntal Springs on Sunday lust ut
.! p. ni tho e ccanlon being tin f unoral of
tho bnb. of Mr, unil Mrs. Wieser of thiB
Ono of J. A. Ilrown'a dogs wiib on
Monday lint bitten by a largo rattle
anako. Clark anil Win. Polly hilled tho
iinnUe, and a fow days later Mrs. Brown
killed another loigo rattler near the
The dog will probnbly ro-
Win. Bowers and lii eon Henry aturt
cd thin weak to Valentine, Ncbr., on
u btisincBB trip.
M!bb Millio Clark is on the lck list
Mr. Bowera, (wo Biipposo by order of
tho board of director), recently put up
soveral substantial hitching posts at
Crystal Springs school house, for which
the thunka of the public arc due.
A similar favor would be kindly ap
preciated by thono who uttand tho vari
ous meetings ut Spring Valley.
DiKi).- October tilh, Martha Louise,
Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August
Wiaso live miles north of KUorlon, nged
!( months and odaj p. After ft funeral
oormon by Rov. P. Laweon, at Crystal
Springs school house, on Sunday, Octo
ber 8th. Tlio icmains worn taken tor in
terment to tho Lutheran cemetery, in
tlio edgo of Webster county, near tho
residence of John Sorgceon. Tho f uncr
al wun larguly uttoncled by uympathlzlng
neighbors uud Iiicndi.
Mr. Geo, Cnmeiou him roturned homo
from an extended hip through webtcru
Kaasao and Colorado.
P. 11. Liudboy bus parchimed'a butch
er shop in Ited Cloud, uud wilt taku
possession Ihiu week.
Mr. Smith of Kent Cloud, with tho
Now York Homo Insurance, was a guefrt
at tho ltnnkti houso Monday.
Mr. Wm. SIiuHb made a busincta trip
to Hustings Monday.
Mrf. Deck of this place, fuinted nway
at church last Sunday evening, and was
seriously ill, but is recovering.
Dr.Rollins is having a good practice.
Kelly n ml Ityruni, camlidnteu on our
county ticket, wore guests ut tho Bunks
Pursuant to tho cnll ot tho Indc
pendent pooplcs parly of Witluut
('reck, met at the school-house in dis
trict No. 21, October 7, 181)3, and put
tho following nnmed tax payers in
nomination for the several cilices.
Supervisor, T. F. Jonos.
Assessor, W. M. Points.
Town clerk, W. P. Davie.
Town treasurer, J. Scvlis.
Justice, M. Pitalcr.
Bond overseer, G. Ilcaton and A,
They run short of material and had
to draw on tho republican ranks for
oltrk, who is d good man and might
to b: olco'cd. Fvorything went liar
lnoncous throughout tho caucus, Tho
next was a speech on tho silver qucs
tion ny w. m. roints, wnicli was
"Dining mytorm of cervlcoln thonrmy
I contracted chronic, ularrha'n," hhvb A.
E. Bending, of Ilalsoy. Oipkom. "Slneo
thou I linvo utcd n grout amount of mod.
inlne, but whon I found nny thnt. would
uivo mo relief t hoy would fiiiuro tnv Btom.
nob, until Chnmborloin's Colic, Cholorn
notice. I used it and will my it is trio
only roinodr mat gavo mn pormnnent ro.
leif und no bod rceults follow." For solo
by DejQ X Grico.
low. Also one Special Lot of New Markets and Majestas, former
$15, will go in this sale from $2.50 to $4.00.
R. M. MARTIN
The lata ruins have put tho ground in
Una c.iiilition for fall Rowing.
J. T. Christy and wife have roturned
from KichardBoti county.
Miss Logan of Bluo Hill ia viBiting
tlio family of David Orr.
Miss Newman will make a trip to Be
ntrico thiB week on business.
M!bb Mary Croior roturned homo
from nonrRcd Cloud laBt week, whoro
alio hoB boon staying with her siotor,
Mrs. John Kotiznck. v
Harry Hates is on the sick Hat.
V. C. Johnson had u valuable 2-yonr
old colt cut in tho wiro fence so bndly
tliut he had to kill it.
Frank Graves hits gono to Iown to
work. Ha drovo a team through for
Mr. John Anderson hnd tho misfor
tuno to havo a spark fly In his aye. It
was thought at first ho weuld lose tho
sight, but waB a Uttlo bolter at last ac
counts. Grant Gregor and wife are tho happy
parontB of n line boy, alio Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Curtis havo a 0 pound girl.
Win. and It. 11. Thompson and wives,
in company with A. II. Sprnehor mid
wlfo, nro taking in the world's fair this
Arthur Wilson is putting up a new
Mrs. N. Sorgenson una called to Iowa
on account of her mother being sick.
J. Dean has ahelled his old crop of
corn. C. Reed did the shelling.
Mr. Anderaon and family of McCook,
are visiting at E. Mean's.
C. F. Calhor waa arouoil buying corn
to feed cattle this winter.
Prof. W. I). Cramer allowed at Dist.
33, lust Friday night. An album was
given to tho prettiest woman in the
houso which was received by Mre. S. S.
The ball game between the Red Cloud
tentn and the Spunkey Ridge toara end
ed in favor of tho Spunkey Uidgo team.
Score 20 to 25. Batteries; Red Cloud,
Grico and Miller; Spunkey Ridge, Kelso
and Tabor. Umpire, K. Clutter.
Tho farmers uro rejoicing, on account
ot the 18 houro rain which visitedus last
Thurbday and Filday. It leaves the
groundln a lino conditioufor plowing and
Thoro will bo a largo crop at wheat
sowed in this neighborhood this fall.
Mr. Krai and hon oxptct to go to tho
Dist. No. !1S will soon have u school
house, which they will not bo auhamed
to havo tho County Superintendent
Mr. George Bakor and family, and
CUrk, his brother, viiutod their parents
at Mindon a few days. Mr. F.E. Payno
accompanied them to aco the country or
something moro attractive
The Harvest Homo oervico held at
Catherton was well attended. Tho pro
gram waa woll rendered, consisting ot
singing, recitations, und select reading.
Mr. C. II. Rust and family wero pleas.
ant callers at D, II. Larrick's last Sun
day. Mips Carrie Cathcr has been quite
Mr. Henry and Fred Lambrecht wero
callers of Mr. Street's.
Rev. Kepler oxpecta to hold meetings
in a few weeks at Catherton.
Mrs. Slaby died last Wednesday
morning after n long siege ot eickncps.
The funeral sermon was preached by
Kov. Ely of Red Cloud. Mrs. Slaby'o
children wero all ut homo, although
Miss Lizv.io and Millio wero aick in bod,
and could not follow tho remainu of their
mother to tbo gravo. Tho
family has tho sympathy of
munity in which they live,
Mr. S. C. Job i) foii bus boen working
tlio load grader to good advantage
which very much improves the roads.
Mr. Patiiek Oouldio and Misu Kato
McCulloy wero married at Red Cloud
Inst Monday. The cigars wero all)right.
Mr. Billings ia building a porch to his
Mr. Mounlford waa nominated for
road overseer in Dint. No. 2, Ho under
etanda tho biz.
A beautiful rain makes plowing bet
ter, and fall grain ia nourishing.
Diet. .'10 has organized a lyceum, exhi
bitions are given overy Saturday night.
Lccturca on phrenolegy nro given
overy Friday night at Earner's school
houso Dint. 11), They are very instruct
ing and doscrvo credit and attendance.
When John Earner was crossing tho
river on his way to cchool, he had tho
tulsfortuno to get his horses down in the
quickBand, and by jumping out into tho
icy water saved the horses which would
have boon drowned in a few minutea if
assistance hud not been given. As it
wns no serious damage was done.
A party at Leonard Munger's Thurs
day evening was well attended.
Mr. Prey, on the north sido of tho
river, is putting up some lino improve
ment in the way of water worka.
Chna. Wiggina hue traded for n team
of mules and intends to farm next year
in tho old style.
Geo. Dowltt and John Thornton wont
to DIuo Hill and bought a couple of
thoroughbred Poland Chiua hogs of Mr.
Mendcibaum last week.
Died, on Wednesday, October 4th,
1&93, at tier homo it. Jewel aounty.
Kansas, eight miles south of lied
Gloud. Mrs. Albert Slaby died of
Typhoid fever, Mrs, Slaby was born
in Austria, in 18o7, and enine to this
country in 1851: was married at Iowa
City, Iowa, in 185C, and came to this
pltce about nine years ago. Exactly
two years preceding tho day of her
funeral her husband was buried, and
on August 27th, her daughter Fanny
was buried. Eight child no survive
her, Tin: Joseph of Akron, Colorado,
Albert, Frank nnd Mrs. Thus. Kralik
ef Jewell county, Kansas, Mrs. V. II.
Solliday of MuUook, Mrs. Anthony
Clark of Red Cloud, and Lizzie and
Millie of Red Cloud. Mrs. Slaby was
reared in the Catholic faith and main
tained hor allegiause to it to the last.
She was fully aware of her approach
ing end, and was fully resigned and
spoke confidently of her hope of a
future life. While tery decided in
her own religious convictions, she
gave to each of her children the full
est liberty to decide for themselves,
and so some of them have followed
her example, and others aro members
of Protestaat churches,
Her Chrution life and example was
audi as to leavo in their minds no
uncertainty as to liar future, and will
continue to have its helpful influence
over them. Tho funeral services wore
onduoted by Rev. 11 L. Ely of the
Congregational church of lied Cloud.
Strength iiihI llcnlth.
If you are not ftoling utrong and
healthy, try Electric Hitters. If ''l.R
Grippe" has left yon weak nud weary, une
Electrlo Bittern. The remedy notudirootly
on Liver, Stomach nnd Kidneys, gently
aiding thoso orgnns to perforin tholr f uuo
tloufl, If you are iitlliotcd with Sick Head
ache, you will find ppcidy and permnnont
relief by tabinir Eleatrlo Bitters. Out
trial will couvinoo you Unit this is tho re
medy you need. Largo bottles only f0c,
nt C. L. Cottliig's Drug Store.
Wo lilt tho Null ou tlio Blend
When we added to our atock this fall,
suite for the tall and alim, the abort acd
stout, and the extra large, -Chan.
Children Cry for
Compositions by I'uplls of tlio
South Ward School.
(Mated without corrections.)
THE KIND OF A 1IOY THAT HAKES THE
The boy that is a fust runnor and
quick in throwing a ball makes a vcrj
good ball player. Tlio boy that bats
must striko quick and take notice
where tho ball is going and only striko
at balls that come over the bate. The
boy that docs his best makes a very
good ball player.
SUBJECT SAME AS I.
Tho kind of boy that makes the
best bell player ia one who is beat in
his studies and who practices most.
There arc a few good ball players in
this town. 1 taw a ball game for $30
on tho side, between Grand Island
and Wood Hirer. Grand Island got
beat. Bkn McFarland.
Tho best and quickest way te clear
off the tablo is to get right up and do
it. First, take tho cream pitcher,
spoon-holder, &e., off; then put what
clean dishes tbcro are in the cup
board; then collect tho knives aad
forks, gather up the cups, saucers and
plates; then carry them all to the
kitchen to bo washed; shake the ta
blo cloth and fold it up; then put a
ficsh one back on tho table; then
sweep the dining room.
Rain is a preoious thing. Without
it this world would be very dreary.
It makos the crops grew; it makes us
glad; but it makes the faraicrs feel
better than anyone else, especially,
about one or two days after they get
in their crops, and then about a weok
afterward. Rain makes everything
look bright, and makes the air so re
freshing. It makes the horses, cat
ties and hoges moro lively as they
snuf the nir after the riin. It makes
ono feel more liko work than before
it rained. Rain comes to us from tbo
clouds. It is lots nicer to havo it
rain when tho aun is shining. It
makes everything so much nicer than
before C. D.
For Farm Loans
In loving rememhranco of Mre. Slaby
who passod peacefully away October 11,
Tho rml of lone and iiieftit years,
Tlio List of sorrow and of pain;
The cliaiitf Unit brlim us bitter tears
Hits brought to her eternal kuiu.
Throughout Iter life tier family
Vi preeloiu In her sight,
Ot thtui she thought, till on death's wing
Her soul took lllght,
Within tho hearthstone of our home
blio leaves a vacant place,
Hut tluougli f. villi's light ho hope at death
In heaven to see her fnco.
She's gone beyond tills vale of shadows
Willi llioangeli lo abide,
In that home ot woiiilrnue beauty,
Junt beyond the surging tide.
Angels bright nill coniu to be.ir us
Kinni 'tills Innd of tiara nnd puln,
And the toll Hut tildes her from us,
Will that duy be rent In twain
To purify, vltnlize nnd enrloli the blood,
und give nerve, bodily nnd digestive
strength, tnko Ilood's Snrsaparilla. Con
tinue the medieiuo lifter every meal for n
month or two. Ilood's Tills cure con
When Baby waa sick, we cave her CastorU.
When uliewas a Child, aha cried for Dvstorla.
When she became Mlu, sho clung to CantorU.
When the bad Children, tho gave them Caatorla,
The Locj Hollino. The entertain
ment given under the auspices of the
M. W. A. lodge of this place Wednes
day night, was in many ways a
success notwithstanding the inclem
ency of the weather. Several days
beforehand, invitations announcing
the event wero promulgated in the
city, and ample arrangements were
made for the accomodation of five hun
dred people had tho weather permitted
their attendance. As it was, some
thing like ono hundred and fifty peo
ple aiscmblcd, and the following in
teresting program was discharged ia
a highly satisfactory manner,
Music by band,
Address of welcome, F. G. Blukes
lcc. Music, Orchestra.
Address, Prof. Caster.
Instrumental music, Minor Sisters.
Address, Prof. McUrary,
Talk, J. L. Miller.
Music, Minor Sisters,
dunper was then called, and the
guests filed into the commodious diniug
room, wnero the tables, ariisucaiiv
decorated forth 9 occasion were literal
ly burdened with a choice variety of
oatablcs. To say tho supper was ex-
collont would be putting it mildly in
deed. Lack of spaco precludes many com
ments, but in jubtico to the partici
pants wo must say that the Fppcches
were short, instructive and well re
ceived. The band boys as usual, cov
ered themselves all over with glorv,
and the orchestra received much
praise. Miss M artfarct Miner dcscivcs
the laurels ot the evening lor lier ex
ecllenl renditions of difficult selections
on tho violin, accompanied by her
siatcr Misa Mary, ou tho piano.
Wjilo wo regret tho attendance win
not larger: wo congratulate the mem
bers of the M. W. A., on their ability
to entertain, and wish then: success.
The IlEADiNgltooM. According to
announcement a mass meeting was
held at the Congregational church
Tuesday nicht for the purpose of
perfeoting arrangements for the estab
lishment of a pcrmanont reading
room in this city. Prof. II. C, Pro-
basco was mado chairman, and Rev.
K. L. Ely waa made secretary. Tho
chairman appointed as the nominating
comaaittce Mrs. 0. A. Truman, Ilfav.
B. L. Kly, Mr. C. L. Cotting, Mr,
R. M. Cochrane, and Henry C.
ltiohmead. Tho committee eloctcd
as a permanent board of trustees
whoso business is to arrange location
fixtures, Sso., was II. C Probasco,
Prof. Caster, L. H. Fort, L. P. Al
bricht. and Ed. Overing. Tho meet-
iug was characterized with muck
enthusiam, and several present ex'
pressed a desire that the new project
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1IUUIU UUTD U PUVUffDD, .ft.1.0 TB1IUU1
ideis advanced seemed in strict ac
cordance with those who first
suggested tho enterprise; that this
oitv is sadly in need of a resort for
young people who have nothing to do
evenings, and lor those wuo nave
studvine to do but on account of
noise and bother at homo can make no
headway. There is still another class.
of boys especially, who possess
sumo talent and ability, put havo no
desire for mental study and wander
erratically through tho winter even
ings, and while net morally bad giow
to tho ago of niatinity with sn
uncultivated mind. Th' leading
room would bring them under tho re
fining touch of Christian inlliionces,
and restrain them from the coii'uin
iuatiug results of illiterate company.
That lo Red Cloud such an intuitu
timi would prove a public benefactor,
do one can ditputo, nnd 'tis only a
m ittcr of a short time when tho rud
ioz room will po filled with perhaps
one hundred mombers.
Over Post Office
price $10 and
Tlio Lowest World' Fair Rates
by tho Duriington Route will ba In effeot
September loth and 11th, when ageuta
ia Nebrnaka and Kaniaa will soil round
trip tickets to Chicago at the ono way
rate. No auch favorable opportunity as
this of seeing the Great Fair will ever
Benin present itsalf. Do not, therefore,
allow it to slip by unimproved. Ab1 the
local agent of the Burlington Routo for
full information about tho upecialiy re
duced World's Fair.rntes ot Soptomber
lutu and 11th. They're tho lowest ever
PnrltN' Cough Syrup.
IUh been no highly rocommendtd tous
that we huvo taken the ngtnay for it and
ow nslc oar friends who are suffering
with n cold to give it a trial and if it dote
ot give satisfaction your money will be
refunded. Hvery bottle is sold on a pos
itive guarantee. Price $1.00. Bold by
C. L. Cotting.
In order to reduce stock, we will sill
all fauay roekers for 15 pur oent disoetnt
for .SO days, now is tlio tiran it yea want
a nice rookor. F. V. 1 atlob.
Remember that h. V, Albright sells
more Hour thnn nny other store in Web
ster county. It you want Hour Bee him,
for he keeps tho best.
We aell Parks' Cough Syrup on a posi
tive gunrnntoe to cure nil throat nnd
lung troubles. It linfi stood tho teat for
many ymr nnd to-day is the leading
remedy for tlio euro of colds, consump
tion and all diseases of tho throat and
lung. Prico COc and 81.00. Sold by C.
I will attend to all calls, left at Stn
for'ii barber shop, for the delivery of
trunke or other baggage with prompt
ness and despatch. C. U. Fr.AK.v.
lui-ltlcii'n Arnieu Nalvc.
Tlio best satve in tbo world for outs,
bruibOH, Borus, Ulcers, Salt rlioum, fever
soroB, totter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, nnd all skin eruptions, nud posi
tivoly cures pileB, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to givo perfect fiatjufaction
or inonev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For iulo by Cotting tf
Alt, faacy rockera 15 per oent discount
of .'to dnje. P. V. Xatlob.
See W. W. Wright' for tho Inest gaeo
llae atofeain the city of Ited Cloud.
Ileal IInte Trumfcrs.
(I'tirnlsliedbv J. H. lUlley.)
llcttio E Rich and husband to
Amelia L Armstrong Lots U
and 10 Blk 2 Vance'u add to
Guide Rock wd 8 123 00
Hannah Allen and husband to
John C UoBoej, nejf .'KM-l) 2000 00
James M Tooley and wifo to II
D Coe s i so , 1-1 12 wd . . . . 1518 Co
JMChuilin und wifo to CII
Potter Lnts 1 to (5 Block 11
Red Cloud wd 2000 00
W K Tibbctn ami wife loW-3 '
Lostiam nxA nwK 31-,'MO wd 1200 00
United States to Albert T
Ormsby nw 20-2-10 pat ...
PRWingetnnd wiro to W K
TibbotB nj n w 111 IMQ wd 1000 00
Hamilton Loan und Trust Co.,
to Alfred McCall e e bw-i:U-12
wd .'.. 150 00
Sarah Rngg und husband to J
R Dunham w. ne 21-IJ 0. . 1200 00
J W Norris nnd wife to II a
Kochlcr Lot 7 Block 11 Blue
Hillwd 1200 00
Wm A Wiitkiiis to A M Walt
era n m)i 18-1-0 and no,.f
18-1-1) wd 1S0O 00
Wm A Wttkius iiadwlfoto A M
Walters o ne.f 8-M) and
no.i se.f 5-1-0 wd 250 00
A M Wnltera and wifo to Win
A WatUinsoKnwJ.fniiJt and
nejlj noli undiiiid'Jnound
o vli mvU 7-1-0 wd 5000 00
Geo W Lindsey und wifo to W
Athorton part nw', iiv'.j 7-1-10
ijcil 50 00
Totnl WOllKl 05
Chattel jllorf i;a';e Sale.
Nutlco Is lierliv plvn ili.tt on the 4lh ilu v nf
Uiw cin ici , IhJj. ;it '.' (.'clink p. in at tlio i nr of
tlielmlMliiK ktiimimstliMiuk In inn iiivrf
Uedciiiiiil, NliniM;,i.c mil hell llm lollunlnu
rtiisfiltit-d iinuieri)' Jimmi im h.st(.no
our Imlr she'ler lllimlirr l.'l", un, aim vlL'lit
liiilse iMiwcrmiuilfiii'tiirid hv Ihn Kejslmiu
Miniifjcliirliu (... iiuitrr n cliiillfl linn luiiL-o
cfeule;l by YV. II. Ilull Initio Ksloiio .Mkii
uliituiliii; I'ii.. on Hie 7ih il:iv nt Nmeinlipi
tMi.Miiidillrdtiitiieonirniir tho cnimtv cleili
of Wflt"rcMiiitv, otii.t"kn. Troic Is now
tli mill iiuuilile (in fiilil elintti'l iiini.mi.n tlm
mi n ef itiiruiiiii.ilreilulxty 8bcii ilell.iri nud
IK fbii cciiti ($J)7.lii.) '
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HvJAtOSi km llsiiltiuney.
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