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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FRIDAY. MAY 4, 1894.
Lahoy Tait. Asst Local Editor.
ENTERTAINMENT LAST FRIDAY
One of the moat Plcaeant end Ib
tmcllve Kvente of the Scieti,t
Ik Oi'ara Hotter. Thoee who
A"u, Together With a Brier Ar
On Inst Friday and Saturday ovoninm
!' Prof, G. Mi Castor, nsalstod by bis vory
aoio corps of assistant!, presented tho
Red Cloud public wlthoneof thomostln
tercstingnnd novel bomo entertainments
that It hns boon our ploasuro to hoar
since residing In Rod Cloud. For quite
a nutnbor of days provious, our reporter
had heard it rumored that there would
bo a scoool entortalnmont, but did not
presume tbnt It would be any thing more
than an ordinary ovory day ovontj but
Immnglno our surprlBO to find an ontor
tainmont that was in every way both ap
iuuihuiu nnu commenuaulo and a
credit to our schools In ovory way. Tho
training of tho scholars was faultless,
and ooch and every ono rendered tholr
various parts to almost perfection and
I olicitod tho loudest applause,
( In this article we llnd ourselvos un
Vablo to go Into dotail in picking
(out the host ports, on account of tho
length of tho program and because of
a gonoral foeling that all did so woll
that it would bo almost Impossible to
noil which part was really tho beet, as all
Boomed to have docidod to do tholr ut-
an to gratify the public and their in-
iBoth evenings the opora houso
4p-JlckedraBd many worn nn.
iwe to min AntrahM-iA Mi i ....it.
wriufti. Tbepeopleof Red uwhould
tortalnly feel very proud oyer taVohll?
fcrM of our nubile achonle- -nil mm ful
j , totly elated, from the fact that the pu
5 m, who took part and thoee who did
w, are more than above the average in
h'.' itelleot and uncommonly atudioue.
E fate is certainly a mark of distinction
VM a behalf of tholr liuimntM a .
. 1 Merai management ot the public
. .gm " Uloud.
k& ?Fk MAaila l 4. .-4.-A.I 1
Pv- r"wn w tug vawniWDDDl
L. e 184.11, hlcb, after paying the
;v --'jeeeeery expenses, will be devoted to
Maud Morrill, Alta Smelsor, June Wil
cox. Laura Hedgo and Sadlo Ovoring
nSSfn i? HI"8 Ny?'H,roo'n which wero
wJi-i. n ' . My , Gulll'ord, Bammlo
Wright, Carl Hodgo, Liz.lo Nomyor,
Lnwronco Gnrbor, Mlnnlo Smelsor, Ma
.W Anna Tulleyn, lone Albright,
Wll'to Nomyor, Tom Benson. Jonnlo Cot
ting, Sylvnncs Mna-innesB, Lola Ciplon,
Harry Gilliam, Winnio JJrown, Wilbor
Peterson, NollIoWnrron, Mary Petorson,
May Winters, Ornclo Coombs, Samuel
1 ayles, Mlra Coolc. BobsIo Duckor,
V ?.. 0Bltr, Emma Holverson and
mno rarKes, Tableau.
Chorus "Who would bo n Dun;o?" by
tho pupils of MIbs Schaflnlt's room
who wore, Shorwood Albright, Guy
Day, Samm o Fostor, Eddlo Pfatt, Earl
Pond, Charles Mathows. Mnbol Halloy,
Angos Brown, Eva Fostor, Mny Hntton,
Carrie Iit.Bworth, Ethol Hostnor, Grace
ma I'olnlcky, Lulu Sollnrs, Blanche
Winfroy, Loronn Nustoln, Jnmcs Abel,
Jooaarbor.lluddloMcCuno, John Parks,
AIOX Smolsor. JoO Wnrrnn. Hlnrnnnn
winters, auoio lionver.AIabol Hockwith,
knura oyd, Eva Brown, Allco Coombs
Dolln I'rnmo, Cnrrlo Holvorson, l-'lora
Palmer, polllo Kold, Nannlo Truman
IVInr flail It 1. b..kll f
a itiu Mini u iiuiii h cii aiian
'.iaUkhlng a public school library.
Pwow we give the program and thoee
veef , "Hi O, The Morning SunMfc'
' I high echpol choir compoeedoT'Mr;
Bellara, Susie Rife, Lota
Oottlng, Prof. Caster and J J
1st jr., with Lillian Smith preai
e niano. u
fcatata, "Crown of Reward," bi
f . L-
lot Mtas Warner's room
; ieFort (Eva), Maude Chase.
er, Winnie Hberman, Blancli
, Carrie Guilford, Dora
Olark, Nellie Dudley aa j
Jcltatioa, "Boya' Rights," t
Utattona, "The Little Aaji
loc Miaa William'
I f A A a. "(
lueprge Atnerton, Matt,
'Alias, Bertie Clark.
are and Willie Foi
kflower drill, by Mil
room wno were,
i Mikacb, Ethel a
JeJmer, Cora Tu)
ol Bell, Esty
t. a t imw
9 !- f m
At tWl ft 10
) .7 F
I . rom tto.
a' i m aai
; r- Mw
k i J
V Ji- JBJ
v 'S ,1
i . jj w
room vvoro. lwscoo Hollars, Adair Ga
lushn, Horblo Plumb. Earl Crnbill,
arBnit.,,,,.a,,,0ft Frnnl VVIntom, Willio Jes
son, Willio Perry, Bills Gulllford, Clnr
onco Gross, Worn Longtin. Eddlo Pegg,
Charllo MoDnniol, Frank Peterson, Leo
Conlon and Alsld Ixinglin.
'"llocitution "Nollio's Llo," by Corn
Itpcitalion, "How Tom Sawyor White
washed tho Fonco," by Paul Dixon.
ivucinuon, -vvnon I'm a Grown up
Lady," by Helen McFarlund.
Recitation, , "Glvo us Llttlo Hoys n
Chnnco," by boys from Miss Rhoda Wad
dolls room who wero, Frank Mizor,
Close hmigh, Clydo Baum, Walter
Matthows, Fred Smolsor, Guy Brad
brook. Ira Sloopor and Harry Miller.
Dialoguo, "The Political Mass Moot-
itltr," by bOTH from tlin rnnmi nf M!n.
Waddoll and SclinTnit who woro, Max
iuij!or.jiOwisuozBU, uort Mohart. Paul
Brown, Arthur Gins., Paul Dixon,
Charley Bonvor , Stncy Mohart, John
Pnrks, Joo Wnrion, Guy Day, Eddlo
Piatt, Joe Garbcr, Alox Smoleer. Shor
wood Albright, Sammio Fostor, Earl
Pond and Chorlos Matthows.
,snffi "Tho Trumpet's Voico," by the
Hitth Schoo choir who Jnrl , 'xr"B
garet Minor. Jennie Boll, Holon'Roby,
p?V? 22. i"j SU8io 1ifo' rP
- - '"( "ub vuimifj nnu in,
Oono to IVew Fields.
About throo years ago Rov. E. L. Ely
camo to Rod Cloud;and iiHsumod tho pas'
torotoof tho Congrogntionnl church. Ho
was n very nlcnsant gontloman and his
social quolltios, along with his Christian
nlegrity.Boon mado him mnny frlonds
.. ...o uiurcu nnu in tlio city. Ho
lf.li? M?,lduo"y ,'or his mnstor and
vmnn? ''i "' congrogation
by many. About bIx wookH ngo a now
n6niini t0 h!m (5 Omaha, and ho
iw-2i i'1" """nt'0" no pnstor of
S nm-Uireh u tho Vur,0B0 of locntinir
church people, and they ploatled'ln vain
for him to remain, as tf.ofr relations had
been no very nloaannt during tho years
for tho ministry in this city. Final ly
tho .church council mot and give him
permlBBion to loavo, but sugestod that
f o had better reconsider his reflgnntion;
but having accented of tho mlaalonary
position n Omalin, ho found it im, 0B
slblo to do so, and finally prenchod his
farowoll Bormon on last thmdny nml loft
n1.TCBd7 r his now ho.no, no vit.
out rccolvfnK Bomo very high' tokens of
OBteom from 1,1b brethren in tho A. O. U
W. lodge, of which ho was an nctivo
member, nnd iiIbo from tho church. On
Monday OVoninir nlinn, f-.. i
given hour marched to tho residence ot
In o,P,0,,,?r 'T!1 thore 1,ro; J S' 0flh"m
J,ln Vfi hiH ,cIo(luont spoccheB, for
PlJ n ,0 ?. " cdi Psontod Brother
My Witll fl linn 1'nat. M,,l. r..i .
badge, using tho following langungo:
Biiotiikii Ely: In nil our acquaint-
nnfiniT b,.lin " "t'wrt champion
of the church. Thero is another organ!
znt on, of hko vonernblo antiquity, of
which you nro not n momber. In tho
sublimity of their teachings and the
reverence duo their ngo, Masonry nnd
?innoUrCVfi,rf.Ur,m8H a11 llUtimn iDHti-
tt. ?' .ct.i tht)B0 out"'e. and oven
SSSiL-8lhe.i,I vo"orubl? d august.
..,.., .,, duuju uiHUB inougut their
homos wero too much in tho clouds, and
toolittlo on tho onrth. '
Thoro is nnntlmp ,,. :....i!. i
the?uffiL!l?h,liw,I,c,;BcokB to c"
thOBUbllmo idoalism or masonry and tho
ChUrch tO IIKttllll ,rn..4i.... ', ". ".
oli. i,eot t? tho ,rou".!wliilo its
glanco is often heavonwurd. yot
its oyos uro not so llxod on
mansions in tho skios," but that
j iiiuiiv nmo inn
Tiiavi'.mno Pr.ntiLKiis. There is no
groatpr outrago to. which tho business
community is subjected than thnt ot tho
traveling poddlcrfl. These peoplo como
Into town, put up at a choap bonrding
house, nnd then for days canvass from
house to houso soiling their woreo at
wnatovor prico they can got for thorn.
Thoy aBk n big prico to begin with nnd
will then keep dropping down till tho
woman of tho houso thinks sho has a
bargain and thon the sale is made. Tim
goods gonora ly mndo up to catch tho
oyo, but put thorn to tho tost and thoy
are i mado of tho very cheopeet materinl"
ialto tho rug man who has beon around
mni?.ndcomiParl hifl rURB nml PrlcoB
with tho quality of rugs sold in tho stores
Li i i ,oud nnd tho Purehnsor has
paid twico as mucH, money for n very
cheap rug. Not long ago a lady pnitl
nino dollars to a pocfdlor for a pair of
nco curtains. Her neighbor bought a
nr I wn !" uDuri.D tho Pn8t week
or two poddlors hnvo boon around town
Sr,,iT,5yC00d8iMd Reamer cloake,
,, ,ni1? 'mV dn 1Uit0 bUBlnCBB
S th womon, vory often selling to
I""'0 who owed n dry goods bill up
town. Certnm v nur ., n..i. m '
oughttoboablotoputatop to this
...mi ouHinoBsanu protoct our merchants
from a compotion that ruins their trade"
" '0,1,rt Plnco theso fakirs sell Inferior
C i,ow thycnnBoH thorn choap.
h v n 'wvo no rente, taxes nor clerks
to mj, and for that reason also thoy can
soil cheaper than men legitimately cngng
"" DiuiiuuiH to suuicct tnem to
such a competition, nnd if thoro is any
SlodnVOidrU th0 rem,ody houldnb
r& hmty nlrchant in Red
Uoud, even n Democrat, is in
at sTk protoctlon whon his htsinoss is
THE "RC" FLOURING MILLS,
MONOGRAM. 90c Por Sack.
ROYAL PATENT. 80c per Sack
B. OF B. S, 65c Por Sack.
All Grades guaranteed by the Mills.-
on tho earth, tho dwellings on tho hills
tho cottages in tho bottoms. It" bono,
diction rests umn ti,n ...i.i..... " . i .'
f,,ll,n.i .,!."."" "' m ino
ZhZ!! ? llH lrono la erected in
YiJ ii "f Ul UB ,ol'Jor8lilp.
Ill that ortriini'nfimi .,. I i
and are it follow meiubor with us your
frlnndn nnd l,rn(l,... v.... i . ruc
of tho May Queen, by MIbb I honored with tho highest offices in tho"
uuiios loya ly and woll. Vou nro nn
nwnn ih.i.1 ft iji-t .... finr nnpmnnnni !
iHu.D. 1uitriHV I :n j - "r - I'u.iuuuuui l ihl illlflTp
fiii- .... ' a. .. :- m w ri.u..i . ""-
minor, wiiiio I'Tui.clSoVar .. x") f my uo rominded of
i niiiriin. i'n..i. n . iiiui uinun in Kirruiimr . i.n..
t.v.i" vrv'"i'" urown, m i .t. : -:" ""o
'm.AM.l III.., I ' IlL in irivn vn I t, l rrn. v
.(...a uiunL'Hii II.
?? &.mJ. .5I7,..Uon??n,
urn "'"fu. Minoy ma-
.jnerthaPottor, Edith Quliford,
Dottie Cozad. Lu n llnnilnrat,nt
izor, Willio Bailey, Amos Miksch!
1 Horburiror. Olnml n..,t..'
Winton. Rov WinfrMv. nn.)i.i.i
... ni .: "," V.MH.O.U
iv. viiiruiiun w
inm.. '.T.r i " "
uiuuiin. - rna VrnM. ri...u,..i, .
L-JlttlOol boVS U'lin U'nrn 17M...!
illiara Frnzier. Roscon nniim-- irn.ni
.HIU...I. .-.l ni 1. "WUI.O
v., . " iiuiii nruner.
xrio,"oiieni wight," by Lois Pope,
SubIo Rife nud.Ulunco Sollurs.
THE HONfl OP HKVK.V.
Soven times one, "Exultation," by Mary
Sovon timcB two, "Romnnco," by Flor
Mao'pn tim8 fUr' "Mutornit'" hy
Sovon timoa ilvo "w:,in,..i,.i i...
Lillian Smith. ' "y
by irelonnItoby!iXV,GivinB in MrHac'"
Tableau, "Wedding Scone." composed
i . . i T, T0,B "neu und FrnnkGoblo,
.limn hi Uell, Margaret Minor, Dennis
hohnffnlt, Homer Kinml, Mabel Howard,
(Jritco Garber. Las Pn,.n i.,. n..",:'
power of our lodgo to bestow
bor and officer you hnvo disci
dUtlOB loVflllv mul wnll V.
entitled toBitin tho I'aRt M,,.inr."rin ,:V
o trust, thut notwithstanding your
l"""",1"1 "in rem in your mombnr
ship in the Red Cloud lwf-. "SZ'i
you mny bo nhsent.-Tn i, .L .... f V,B. '
youjjrint.'.,, tho spirit. Wo' 'wish you
Ihk Cat Came Baok. Last week Tub
Ciner mentioned thnt a lody in tho city
hud n hen sotting on eggs, on whoso
nost wns found a felino UBupor. Slnco
thon wo havo been informed that tho
old cnt had persisted in sotting until sho
nnu reuny nntchod out tho eggs and now
tho said "Thomas'; had returned to tho
family domicile with a brood ot fourteen
bintn. iiiJi m iB bim. nroun. chirping
just as llttlo chickons do, and tho old cat
mflVnM1'.1 BCrtchi"R r worms for the
ittlo chickons to entlnstinctivoly. as if
ho wero always used to caring for tho
h tei,,W1'e ? mows the
f ,r. ." i.."" "'i1"0.' "uu. . -"or, sooin
The New P. M. This week Geo
J. Warren stepped down and out of
the post office, and Frank Cowden, tho
now poslmaitcr, stepped in. Frank
Uowdcn is a young man not exceeding
25 ycarB, but has every qualification
that goes towards making up a good
postmaster. Ho is thorough demo
crat, coming honestly by it, bis father
being a Simon pure, dyed in the wool,
rock-ribbed membor of tho untcrrificd
lo, these mny years, yea, even from
ohildhood's gontlo hours, did tho Jef
fersonian blood course through his
veins, and Frank absorbed his demoo
raoy by heritage; honcc, he is nuali-
fin.l fill - 1-r-.li i .1 -i
.... y u, u luiig.iuii, want in me ucm
ooratic heart, Asido from his politios
ho is a "hail fellow well met," And we
aro pleased, if it must bo so, to see as
good a democrat bohind tho bars, we
mean boxes. Havincr !n.!m...I-
I 15 1 ...-. w.j
-uown rranK a great many years, we
feel oonfidont that ho will, alnntr with
his ablo and most accommodating as-
fllfllnnl lf!aa ni... Kt-Ht-lt .. .
"'""'"i i'iido vjiuiu luomiiian, aiionu
to Undo Sam's post office business
with promptness and despatch.
Birthday Partt. On last Tues
day, Miss-Oraco Fort arrived at the
ago of 18 yean. In order to commem
raorato tho ovent in a propor manner,
her mother inyitcd a large -wn'tjcr of
friends in to holp revaice over the
Eggs " "
Chickens .'.184.108.40.206.' Ho,
CMlSurs'100 6f the Itea"(5I'oud M"Dg
Monogram p sock on
H.orB.S. Back eg
It is a Past Master's ba -go. It is of sltaht
comniorcnl vnlim. !,.. ..... .IB.8"1
with the gift, and' the ongmvon lotted
S "Iff Son yUr hC"rt th Wutch B
rm. i i, .. .
wiii 7 i " . l lnur"'. wo trust
will not bo Inraked for mnnv venr. t
Hut whon Providonco nlmii ,i.
reery Cyclone," by
I can do," by Lloyd
's Siwcch," by Ray
3arl Pond and Sum-
Recpetion," by tho
omsof Misses WIlliomB
who wero, Poorl Hunt
judlow "My Son John."
"Miss Muflot." LM.lin
Wug," Adn Lewis "Mis-
juIu Chnmborlnln, Mother
Ilatllold, Polly FJindom.
is, Quoon of Pantry: Artln
Horner; Ernest Atherton.
Fuinpty: Percy Ludlow. .Tnnb-
Jknnd Charley Kenetlv. .Tnw
I Amos SolmlTnlt, Dr. Foster:
:mciior, JJo.peon! Nettie Fort.
.Hearts; Holon MoFarland, Old
. n a Shoe: Willio Iti-irn n
ogers, Effio Holcomb. Berthn
0 Allen VunDyko, Alvln Van-
nle Kublok and Frank Lee.
fji;omo to tho Forrest." BIannI.
imB Tf,e successful Donation
the tho pupils from Mr. McCrn-
thi wl' .wofe' Wi"lo Ward,
'"'ilrews, Susio McCord, Viola
haco Foo, John Wilson. Henry
p.-fay, MjsNItt. Charllo Fort,
tarlnnd, Elmer SchnlTnlt.Alvina
ib it unovor.
ill, by the pupils from Miss
riuuirtiroom wno wore Flop.
n "i.. r ir,T .'Bi)0 Kmn Cook,
.-...,, i ..,...,, uuiiii i-oiior, win, lloffo -
bower. Ilonrv Nnu-hnimn. I..1.. im.i.
oil, Harry Lotson, Waltor Matthows. Guy
Brndbrook, Floronco Pottor, Lulu Gntcs
Ruby Dandoran and Ethol HondWsfi
"Ship ok Likk" nn 'i',.,i.. i
May 15. at tin on h .? Til Vi "a&
choir of this city, composed of twonty
voices, will render tho boautiful saorod
can uta "Tho Ship of Life .". The ? fol-
.wni.,B .a iu iiruKrammo.
CrCO itfl nnml inn nnn.l i
m?!hatyoUr.Ioy,i1, onca "ball not bo
homeless, nor , shall thoy want for friends.
linChi","ty ,t?"'b'o'B. you hnvoalreajy
lourned too wo fnr wni-.Ta f ...:.. i
Phasizo. Ha I,do is pnrtly tn ghtin tho"
beautiful lungungo of thnt poet, whoso
WordfllinVO boon mlnntn.l I.i ... 1 ...i.
m. "-'"V KJ lllll I rillllP.
nity' But pootB' words nro powerless to
.w" ,,,9lf0r,C; For',5."ed, our hope
,B- R tho Inst, tho radiant nngol thnt
stands boBidotho Bopulchro of nil hunin
faculty of n eurthlv ..... ',,"
away the stono, that lifo and lovo mny
fchow tholr triumph over death. J
7 MJ;y ul,UBhu fnBtoncd tho bndgo
i ilr. l'llya broust. and tlm cn,.i,v..
iriL'Iy to bo mtmli nlonan.i i. i.. ,.i I h-,nr, .-. . .-., , .
of such a kind frion,i w V " 'iPr V V FJ ttDW" nni nso to surprise
nnu il nnf ..-.ooil.l.. .i.i i. J "'..'f"'" n0 88 follows: Thn ATi.on. M -J
-. . . ,,U,U1 .lu n r tnto from
ho story ono iota tan-"loar that ho mtaht
bo oxnggornliagtEo truth. See! g
-.i Bad Acciiient. Mrs. S. Pottor,
living south of tho rivor, nnd just ovor
in Kansas, was thrown from Mr. Mc
Cartnoy'B wagon by a runaway team
and had hor limb broken just nbovo tho
nnklo. Mrs. McCnrtnoy wob also thrown
iu unn injuroa serious y. Mrs. Potter
jvns brought back to ltod Cloud and
tUKon to thn PPniilnnix. of Xt. m ti ir'i
loy, whoro she is at present. Dr. Dam
ornM is in nttondanco. It Boons that
McCartney dropped a lino and beforo ho
could regain it tho team got tho better
of him nnd rnn nwnv ...,....: .. 1
ladies out of tho wagon as stated. It it
quito a serious accident for Mrs. Pottor.
broust, and tho Bpcuker
Nh'w Bolo-The Mountain 8trcm, Mrs. 1. 8.
Ail!,'sJli;','?i,,h?,It,vl,r.,of Babylon. Choir.
,"i',Xn',";h!?k",K S,''M'' aIMu lliul l..
RniirftiipHolnlAncliorpiI. I.lllaln Hnilili.
AlloSolo-Tliollollsof Kt ilary, Ho'tf West
Hopnuio SoIo-U-onore, Kmma it tin
H,tl!!mf ''lf0"A 8crc(1 l'nt l Huller Cos.
JlftMSolo. Will West.
Iiuet, Nellie. est and Illanch Onminini,.
I.. V. Alhrlc "t! c""a,,,s "'o - are bray
J-'horus-TlioTld'o Is MIkIi.
i'lmin.80'0-'1""0 0a' ,,lons rres"' ,:""
Martct Tito Nlclit Has Conic. Nt-llle Went
IJIancli Nellnr. 1'rod Coi, Henry n irk
TxffirSl00n ,!,e 0ceiu' '"''"' " I. Win.
CllOrtIS Olllpk Kuniliia.ia II.. II........
CHosS"wc'it10"AKft,U aai, THUt nnd Tr'n.
Sue"oM?i&l,,B " U,W,D ,il0 8"V. W Kife,
"nfnrvcWk.0'" 1"R,,,y X'a,,a Frtr ,)ls,n,'t.
Soprano SitlaKrnm !! in i.i. in... .
Teimr Knin Tin.i ' V ,;.V".".r. r-..'' ' nmi.
..;.-- mm.. ... .u.m'i.iiiiiiiuiiii
I'm. U A..I. .. - --...,.,
,'f. i-ii'ism ii.iiiiihv.
Uliincli Selliirs, Hm,i uife.
on Mr. Ely
On most occnsioiiB old fashioned words
seom unmanly, but wo hnvo loved you
present, absent wo shall rogrot you. am
wo now w sh to tultn v,,.,r i..i r i.' . cl
orly nireotion." " "
Brothor Ely wns cnmnlnii.iu ,..i... i...
surpriBo, but in n tow well timed words
fcollnBly resiionded, thunking tho broth
ren for theirgiftn nnd promised that he
o?uU! un,'er forot "o Ioi'ko ut Red
ThVnn mThB tl,on Wurned
Ine "(Jno cent n Onv o..:..t.... ... n '
church, hold their mom otmg on
lniny?M,.n!!"B. ?l Mr. Pope's nndfc,ad
S IV 'k"0"v. iiyumi his est m
nblo family another ntirnrlRn n,..i t ..
opportune moiiiont, Mrs. Dixon, in most
proper language, prosontod to tho Into
pastor and his w fo a lino silver ten sot,
on behalf ot the church, thon Mr. Gillian
prosontod thorn, on bohnlf of Mrs. M. 1
liontloy.n beautiful huml i,ni.,i,i ..i ..'
nr iivn iihi.. i.i..i... ,....,. ;:"" i"""
w. ..w .....u H11I.I1.E1 . lllI!lllKf.fl II. f. !... 1
fM ft'.1.1, fra,mp' PndA "owvonlr spooii
V", "ttto I1'1" l,y Mr. Thou. Pon'man
ami wifo. At this juncturo Mr. Ely and
Wifo woro too ovorcoinn with n..,i:..M .
reply, and folt moro thun ovor how dilll
cnlt it wns to eovcr tho "ties thnt bind."
Lnter in tho ovoning n nice suppor wns
nniinil n..1 nil ....i....i- .i.' .
. Vi ii i""luu"- wnon booh
aftor tho mooting adjourned, it wns with
many sorrowful handshakings nnd good
niaiiuH ior mo pastor b success in his
future work. Tho following resolutions
wero prosontod to Rov. Ely by tho
brethren of Red Cloud lodge, No. GO, A.
J Ui Y
Benson. Mary Miksch, Alico
.. I.TI 111 -m JZ."
i Carr, Nell e Mauror. FViiti.
A Sooiai, Event lUd Cloud
Camp, No. G08, M. W. A , of this city
is in a most nourishing condition, and
each night is added many membors to
its already laro rmttnr n i..
Wondcsday thov illustriitn.l i -
, , w r - -- sv vnu
luviiiaioa just how Iho goat could
Uko in iho situation. Aflor tho work
had beon performed about forty of the
noighbnrs sot down to a mngniOcnt
treat of ioo orcsm and other dolioacics
proparcaoyuuarioyuulmes, and each
and evory one of tho boys, and tho can
dldatcs toe, cooled off in nice stylo
Tbe lodgo has now 100 members and U
growing very rapidly.
RKsorn:.), That in tho dcparluro of
Uro. hly this lodgo loves tho presonco of
ono who wns no nctivo nnd helpful meiii.
bor, and a faithful and nblo olllcor, ono
miuBu woniB woro inviirialily wise in
counsel, full of oncourngemont, mid rich
in sympnthy, nnd whoso lifo nmong im
vvnsiinoxniiiploof tho virtues and nriu.
cipee winch our fraternity chorishen
Rk.soi.vki). Thut ir coiiBistont with his
highest UBOfu IIOSH to Mm nr,l,.r .....
quest him to rotnln bis moiiiborship in
our lOMCO. it hon-OVor mnmlmrul.:.. i .....
i.i.. ... ... i ;.,..". v"'"i' ""
.wuKo m iiuho uuiguuoriiooii lioiIopnrlB
slut I Boein csBonllul to tho best interests
of the ordor, thon wo command him to
such sister lodge, as a brother whoso nc
tivo sorvlccs any lodgo will highly vnlue,
nnd who will novor forfeit their nlghest
RkSO-VEI). Thnt lllinn rnonli.lnM i.
spread upon tho rocords of tho lodiro
nnd a copy sent to Bro. Ely. fc
I.S. Giliiam )
J. O. Waiineu Commilteo.
H. II. BilEWKll )
Tenth ANNivjEnsAnv. On Thurs
day evening, tho ladies of James A.
Qarfiold Relief Corps, No. 11, cclo
bratod their 10th onnivoraary at the
Odd Follows' hall bv an oxenllnnt .
tcrtainment, comprising addresses,
recitations, music &o.; after which
tlinv anrt-Mil ,l.nt. .. ...
--j .,, WIUII guojlB Willi 1C0
orenm. Tho W. K. C. ladies know
just how to please their friends, and
mcir entertainment on Thursday even
ing was highly appreciated by all
thoso prcsout. and tho numho- ..
very largo. Mrs. D. J. Judson, in a
few well selected words, wolcomed the
guests, and Mrs. Emma JJ. Knight of
Lnavale told tho history of tho ordor
u ntr own mimiuuio way. Mm.
l-ato Pond recited an interrstin r,. J.
?l!1Sro;-noko Smith of Pcn8"n fanie.
Lillio Ivizer recited a beautiful tributo
to the old soldier, while Mrs. Pond
Jafsio McKoighan, Gertio MoKoigh
an, Ulanoho Cummincs, Bortha Tal
hot and Mabel Howard rooited nn 5n.
tercating 'Pull Baok" dialoguo that
captivated tho audienoo. Earl Pond
sang nn appreciative song: Mrs. Gcr.
tie Diokorson entertained tho audi
ence with a boautiful picco ef vocal
music; Erl Pond and Sammy Foster
amused tho audience with the comical
picoo -Ain't got weary yet," nnd
Illaucho bullars and Lizzio Poindextor
snug a beautiful duet thnt was loud
ly applauded. Captain Wilder mado
a few annronriato rmn.irL-a .n,! ii,
string band interspersed somo lively
music, after which all ate ioo orenm.
Tho event was a grand success.
as louows: Tho Mmtn Mam .n,i
Margaret Miner, Dolla Bolton, Mabel
McMillan, Cora Kaloy, Myrtle and
Gertie Kaloy, Emma Graves, Trix
Mizer and Dora Henderson. The
gcntlomen were: Messrs. Elmer Ka
loy, Chap, handmesser, E. E. Cox, Dr.
P, E. McKcoby, Robt. McBrido, Har
ry Goblo, Hugh Minor, Percy McNitt,
Goorgo Morhart, Dr. Frod Cham-
hul1aS .hJ T....L Til .
w..u ouu ouhbjju uiair. was
Grace was tho recipient of some
very Deautiiul preaonts, a geld neck
laco, gold pin, jewel reoeiver, bonbon
lore, a beautiful book and perfume.
It was a very pleasant sooiai event and
all enjoyed thcmsolvcs splendidly.
Knioht Templar Banquet. On
Thursday, May 3, tho Knight Templars
had a banquot which was public to tho
Sir Knights nnd their familios. After
thocoromony had beon accomnlIsli.il
nnd tho now ofUcors inducted into office.
L ii i Vi. . "B "orvoa consist
ing of all tho delicacios of the Reason.
iion. jumoa Uilhnm dolivoretl a very in
torosting address on tho occasion. Tho
nico installed woro, ft. M. Cochrane.
tji Y;' r 'A ""'oneraitssimojD.M.
la"'.P- .: R B .Pulton, Prolate; A
O. Willis, S. V.; II. W. Brewer, J. W ; J.
A. Tulloys, Recordor; G. W. Lindsoy
McNitt, Wnrdonj JosKubic, Sontinol.
It was a vory pleasant occasion.
VW. 1. tjj-.y.. UK9
r. --.- n--
Thnt bargain counter ofyrflioea at
Wiener's has mado n grojut many go
away happy from it, wiM u good pair
of shoos at two thirdsrico.
Tho M(vtc Plensnnt Cemotcry As-
rUooiation will moot at tlm tT..m.-.i
sohool-houso next Monday, May 7th,
94. at 4 p. m. sharp. All interested
parties aro requested to bo p.csont.
Q. W. IIUMMKI,.
Money to Loan.
1 hnvo money to loon. Monoy on land
ondy for use. D. B. Spanoglo.
Somo beautiful combinations in wal
paper, coiling, sido wnll und border to
iTicos vory low. Doyo & Grice
House plants of all vanotios at Mrs
J. II. Smith's. .
mm ;- i
W'ZZ"' W immZSmS.
mk "-. .. . J4
is. O WjiAJi'Ltv
y?--sr7-J r XVi JTl JJfft I . U
A CiiANdK. On Monday last, II.
D. ltannoy, ex-county clerk, purchased
tho Holland Houso of Goo. Holland
and at onco assumed control of that
woll known hostlery. Mr. Runnoy
has a very largo acquaintance in Web
Ntor und adjoining counties, and in as
suming chargo of tho Holland House
will find that ho has a host of friends
who will bo pleased to learn that ho
has purchased 'tho business. Mnnv
years ago ho was engaged in tho hotel
business in Iowa, and tho traveling
public will find him no novico at tho
business, but ono who is well on to
his job, The Chief tikes croat
pleasure in noting tho ohango nnd
congratulate our friend Rsitinoy on
his asoension to iho propriotorshln
of tho most prominent hotel in the
olty Tho traveling public will find
Mr. Ran hoy a most genial and accom
modating laudloid Success to him,
Teacher: Childron seo what it says on
tho bluckbonrd nnd bo euro and tell
your parents, thnt Wlonor Bollsthe best
clothing for tho lonst monoy.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
World's Pair Highest Award.
To Water Consumers.
Notico Is horeby givon to tho patrons
of tho city water sorvico, of tho city of
iu.u viouu, uiuTy section 4 of ordinnnco
No. Ill horounto nnnoxod of said city will
uu Bincwy enrorcou lieroattor:
1J Bhull bo unlawful for any person
within fluid city to eprinkle, ej?ct or
throw water from t.rlvato or publio
-' uw auau limit. nr nnu n.i
gardon or enclosure, or permit or cause
tho sumo to bo dono, nor upon or against
any build ng upon auch atreet.
ano or alloy, oxcopt for tho ox
tinsulBhmont ot Bros and ordi
nary houso cloaning oxcopt botweon tho
hours of 6 and 7 o'clock n. .. ..n.i "i
8 o'clock n. in., of tmnh itv. m.i .1..
other person violating any of the provf.
s oiib ot this soot on shall upon conviction
thereof bo lined in nny oum not exceed
ini! ton dol lurs und stand inmn,u,i ..
til such coats and lino aro paid.
.. W, B. Rony. Mayor.
II aii vkv Vincent, '
Dated May ., 180..
Mr, jr. n. Walla
Pains In Side and Breast'
Despaired of Help, but Hooel'
., . rsaparllla Cured.
"0. 1. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass. :
neodMl.JJlf1" a.Y'oti'a ePc"encewlui
In hie i breaat and elde. Ho had tho best m.dle-t
atundance po.,lble, and was treated by the
aavued a trial of Hood's fiarsaimrllla. Ho coa
mencd toklng the niedlcl.io, am! to our
- ureat Astonishment,
i?J!?a.cuJ?IWlnof h,s I,aIl,s nml re"o"
him to perfect health. This case has ben looked
upon by many In this vicinity as nothing short
ot a miracle." H. H. Walls. om J.' .?
Hood's Pills euro liver ills, constipation.
b'"01ne"' Jaundlccslck headache. ImiLu
pilED E. MoKEKlir, M. D.
Pliysiclnn nnd .Mircon,
City and county calls promptly mado.
Moon Block, REn Cloud.
Noilce Is hcreb
I' rut Nil.
iuii.li i,,iiik ot hum.
nrotiiers. rerkln winil-n i ii m,V . ""-,t
iti:iT,,WiIK-,,i""I.t luWI vendue, to tb.
'... "wo" feuitwii (U)' ii, tottRKE
w.rl!,' . ' , :,. ,'f) .i-.Wj'Mrp
rear '" "lxl" wz.i
A!aflsii,.'ll0rU,y,,al,ll,l,,s 30l,, y Msreh
wSeVuH, JSlSar?ll9C0,,,,,,n,, ,w 01
Dated this 4th day of May. isoi.
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