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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1895)
TIIK RED CLOUD OHIWF, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1805.
6 Wi 1
TUB CUBA L'KST GOODS uu can
iniy, THK LOWEST PRICKS you cnn
got, are not nil tlmt Is neeeseary In pur
chasing lioots and Shoes.
Many of you have tried tho iiIkivo plan
and it Ihib not always given you tho sat
isfaction you desired. Yon may hao
spent nioro tlnin thu difference that
it would have cost for a better quality of
goods at a little higher price in repairs
inado not onto lint many times unti, you
throw thtMii aside in disgust. Don't
Wall paper lit Taylor's.
Sinoko G W. Child's cigar.
Lew Clapp is homo from Oklahoma.
John l'olnieuy who In Wilbur this
Tho nicest lino of curtains at Tay
W. T. Auld retumeil from Omaha
OIM AM) t'.KIM.
'allow oiirn.lf tn ! fnnli.il ALT, 'I'll Hi forty loaves of bread for 81 at tho Hon
! TLMH. Wo tiiko pleasure in dealing in ; T"
Famous H. S. &
Clothes will fit, wear
and hold their shape.
Rain or shine they are
y the best that skill can
produce. We Sell
them for less money
than you're likely to
pay for Second-best
v elsewhere. Our Store
is The Store for care
ful clothing buyers.
pleasure, In dealing
SATISFACTION as well as in HOOTS
and SI10KS, and thu complaints wo
have aro few and far between, and aro
instantly mado satisfactory to you when
made. Will jou not try us this year
and suvo n portion of your shoo bill by
dealing with us f Wo await your de
cision. liLAia.m.Ki: k. Kalky.
pitKI) K. McKKKBY, Jl. D.
IMi)hIcIuii and SiiruutMi,
City and country calls promptly ans
wered. Moon Hi.ock. Ui.u Cloud.
This Lnbcl on a Garment Insures
Perfect Fit and Satisfaction
It stands for the Best that Money
Can Buy or Skill Produce
We want your trade,
You better values
For less money than
You have ever been
Able to -et before.
We carry a fine
Hats, from the fine
Stetson ta a 5c Straw,
In our Shoe
Department you will
Always find the
Dollars will buy more
And better goods
Than you can get in
Any store in
r Reliable Clothier
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Wanted a few moro good rains soon.
Mrs. A. tiotson has put city water up
on her premises.
How Metcalf of Cowles was in Hed
Cloud this week.
Cleo Shuup has genu east again with
his picture wagon.
Will Kellogg gave a picnic party to a
number of his friends last Saturday.
Eighty huuUh of Hour wero received
hero this week by thu relief commission.
iMrs. E. A. Wright of Missouri has
come to Hed Cloud to visit with her son,
J. II. Wright.
Tho city council met Tuesday evening
ami mado their estimate of expenses for
thu liecul year.
Mrs. C. E. Van Loon of St. Joseph,
Mo., is visiting with A. J. Carey and
family this week,
Mibs Emma Uradley of Superior ar
rives in tho city this evening, thu guest
of Mrs. C. 11. Crono.
Now that telephones aro getting
cheaper, why don't Hed Cloud try to es
tablish an exchanger
Mrs. S 11. Graham of Hiawatha, Kim.,
is visiting her parents this week, Mr.
and Mrs. S. C. Dilley.
Cleo. F. Staploton and his two boys,
Lew and George, hnvo put in ono hund
red ncri'H of corn this spring. Pretty
They do say Ed Hrown saw n prize
light for a dollar and that Hob Martin
climbed a trco in ton seconds. How is
it, bo) s r
It iB rumored that Jack Frost nipped
Geoigo Morhart's mustache and turned
it to an crmino hue. and that it will
Mr. Mark Noble of Kearney, who
him been visiting with S. 11. Kier and
family, and with frionds in this county,
has returned home.
II. E. Pond, E. L. Ely, A. Galusha, M.
1$. MeNitt and F. G. Hlakeslee wero in
Kearnoy this week attending tho grand
lodgo of tho A. O. U. V.
Capt. Knight, Charley Hunter, Zeph
Hosoacrans, J. 11. Sawyer and other
notablo Inavalians wero transacting
business tit tho "hub"' Saturday.
Tho moanest man ulivo is the fellow
who will poison a line dog. Joo Warron
and John Tomlinson aro two gentlomen
who hnvo lost tlno dogs by that mothod
Tho frost in thin section did tho great
est dainago by nipping potatoes, corn,
nnd early pardon vegetables; howovor,
it is thought that thoy will rccovor. Tho
fruit is said to bo damaged slightly.
An estimate Iiiib boon mado by nn ox
periunced gentleman for the proposed
sower on Webster street. Tho ostimato
por blo:k, and ono streot, is at tho rato
of iT3. I'lils includes tho connections
nt the streot corners.
The groat problem that is agitating
tho city dads is "whoro and how can we
got a good and sufliciont supply of puro
,m,l wholesome citv water?" That is
nn important thing to considor. Con
sider well; bo sure- that you nro right,
and then go ahead, nnd tho people will
bo with you, Mr. Major nnd City Coun
cil. Hon. W. A. McKoigban, R. U. Pulton,
D. J. Judson and wifo, Mrs. Kate Pond
and Mrs. E. . Talbot nttondod the con
vontion of tho Nebraska, and Kansas
Intor-Stato Heunion Association at Su
porior Wednesday. Comrade) Schulor
was elected eommandor and Mrs. Pond
president. Tho next reunion 1b to bo
held at Huntings.
Hon. J. M. Chaflln of this city will do
livor an address to tho peoplo of Guide
Rock on the 2fith of this month in King's
ball, on tho popular subject ot "Ib the
world growing bettor." Wo had tho
pleasure of llstoning to Mr. C. recontly,
at n lecture which ho gavo to tho M. W.
A. of this city, which was tilled with
bright and olexiuont idoas nnd elolivercd
in his UBUtil happy way. Ho Ib a very
pleasant Blanker und handles his sub
jects in an excellent manner. Tho peo
ple ot Guide Rock should not mUs tho
opportunity to hear him.
F. E. Goblo was in Hastings the llrst
of tho week.
A Biirocuio for headacho is a 11. W.
Wright Thornburg was tn Lincoln
colli this week.
Homer llaylrs, wife and child left for
Dr. Hall of Cowles was to bo seen on
our streets this week.
Al Ault, wan in Campbell ono day
this week on hiiniiiei-t).
Thos RyiiM of Judson, Kansas, was
in Hed Cloud Saturday.
Mrs. Ed Highland of Detncr wiib vis
iting in the city this week.
Mrs. James G Smith is visiting rela
tives in the oil) this week.
Mrs. Geo. Rogers und children return
ed homo to Lincoln Saturday.
Win. Tulleys has accepted a position
i as clerk m tho Holland House
Smoke n deception and your breath
will smell like "new mown nay,"
Mrs Shepard-oii mid daughterof Riv
erton wero in Hed Cloud Monday.
The G. W. Childs cigar is all right.
Doyei A. Grico sell them. No kicks.
Hew E. A. Van Dyke has been troubled
with a serious touch of rheumntit-m.
Mrs. Wcathwrald and Miss Ethel lion
dershot roturnd to Hubron Tuesday.
Oscar Varger, night operator at tho H.
,fc M., is visiting in MeCook this week.
Why not run the Hed Cloud cream
ery ? Lot soiiio ono tako hold and Bet
W. R. Parker has a new safety. He
will make one of our heaviest riders
The graduating exercises will tako
place two weeks frotn this evening at
' the opera house.
Mrs. Alfred Iladell and daughter and
Miss Mabel Nye departed Tuebilay for a
visit in Galva, III.
Tho family of F. D. Martin wont to
Wymore Tuesday, which place they will
make their future home.
Do wo intend to have the eaglo scream
in Red Cloud on July 4 f If so. prepar
ation should bo commenced.
IS. II. llolllster, wife and child of Lin
oln wero visiting Geo. Holhster last
weok, returning homo Monday.
Geo. W. Sliephnrd of Hloomington,
banker and counselor at law, a caudi
elate for district judge, was in Red Cloud
Commencing Monday, May "0, wo will
sell forty loaves of bread for ?1.
Wagon will be discontinued. Tho Ron
Perce Mollrido returnad from Hast
ings Monday, bringing with him a lino
work bench, latho, and other tools neces
sary for wutch and clock repairing.
The worth of men, as all garments
should not b measured by their occas-,
ional attainments, but by their every dny
qualities. Tho beauty of the "11., S. &
M." clothing is in its uniform excellence.
Sold by Wiener.
Jus. Pond, youngest nnd only brother
of Water Commissioner II. E. Pond of
this city, aged 45 years, died at his home
in Castile, Now York, whero he was born
and roared, n May 8th and was buried
on theilth. Mr. Pond has tho sympathy
of his frionds in tins city in his sad
Red Cloud him many honors thrust
upon hor. Only rocently, C. E, Aelains,
commander of tho dopartmont of Ne
braska G. A. R., appointed II. E. Pond
on his str.tr, und made O. C. Hell bugler
for tho dopartmont. Tho "City ot Trues"
takes no back seat for any ono. Wo
now look for a new railroad soon.
Row E. h. Ely and wifo wero in tho
city this week viBiting friondB, Mr. Ely
was only rocently tho rovered pastor of
tho Congregational church, and as such
mado hosts of friends whilo located
hero, who wero profundly ploaBod to boo
his ploasant faco upon our streets. Tho
peoplo of Red Cloud have a vory warm
place in their hearts for Rev. Ely and
Tho band boys colebrntod their anni
versary JaBt Monday with a grand picnic
in Hummel'a grove across the river, and
a nicer placo would bo hard to tlnd.
Largo tjjes, plenty of shndo, ami all tho
"bluils".ano,on would care to run. "Tho
jolly crcwU' consisted of 'tho band boys,
thoir girls und a fow other frUnda.
Everybody onjoyed thomclvfa hugoly,
and it iMJ1?Fi-iT1nk"p"Pa" Hell-partook
ot -ittJo.af, -pop and uctually got
full at4bJ) toWtJ; M'mt then, wo'toule)
Imrilly WWrrib',-hjTi, as. tho bourlteous
Smoke P. A M. Reception.
Reception cigars only fc at Deyo A
(Irice. Call and see Tnjl6r'M carpets beforo
James Peterson was in Council lilulTs
this week on business.
A complete new line of wall paper at
Tajlor's at bottom prices.
Eight tons of millet hay for sale. Juo
Earner, box ,7.28, Hed Cloud.
If jou don't bee Taylor's wall paper
beforo buying you will miss il.
A good house and lots in Hed Cloud
to trade for laud.- C. W. Kalev.
If you want a good sweet Tic smoko try
P. A M's. Reception at Deyo A Grice'fl.
Fred Rentier, of Rentier llros. Printing
Housoof Hastings, was in tho city Tuesday.
Hon. J, II. Powers, commissioner of
labor wus in Hed Cloud this week in an
Mrs. Dr. Damerell and Miss Edl'h
McKeiglian are down from Hastings on
a visit this week.
The operator at Cowles hud a teiun of
horses stolen from him Tuesday. No
trace ot them has yet been found.
Waverly bicycles, tho best in tho
world, for sale by W. W. Wright. Prices
reasonable. See him if you want a
Quite a number of strangers, delegate?
to the G. A. R. convention at Superior,
were on our streets Wednesday and
Tako your wagon work to Stapleton
He forges all irons for biiggiesimt of tho
best Norway iron, uses no maleahlo iron
in repairing buggies.
Miss Hlaiich Slierer now possesses a
liandsome safety. We would be glad to
see more of Red Cloud's young Indus
join in this healthful exercise.
A poor dog laid down on the right of
way of the city street car lino and lit
tempted to expire. Some fellow witli
sympathetic feeling aided the poor dog
to canine heaven by tho bullet route.
Grand lecture on Odd Fellowship at
the opern biuse in Hed Cloud, Nebr.,
Wednesday evening. May 12'J, lH'.t.'i, by
Past Grand Master E. J. O'Neil. All
aie cordially invited. Seats free, liy
order ot committee. tf
Tho "cake walk" gotten up by Mrs. M.
R. lie nt Icy for the beuelltot the Congre
gational church come oil' last uveuing,
and was a grand success. The Hut
prize consisting of a tine cake was
awarded to R. M Martin and Miss lies
sio Seymour as best walkers and tho
booby cako was awarded to tho editor
of this papor and Miss Graco Fort, who
excelled (?) all others as reen pedestri
ans. The cntcrtniumont was both novel
Tho A. O. U. W. grand lodgo was a
grand huccobs this week nt Kearney,
Ovor fiOO delegates wero present. Rev.
J. 0. Tuto wiib ro-olocted G. M. W. for
tho tlfth timo. Rev. E. L. Ely of Red
Cloud lodge was elected grand trustee.
Over $3,000 was paid out ill mileago ai.d
per diem. Thure aro now 10,000 mem
bers in tho state, ami Rev, J, G. Tate is
the ono man whose administra
tion has been prominent in bringing
about this great and grand result.
Dr. Robert Mclntyre, of Denver, tho
noted lecturer, ontortaincd the peoplo of
Red Cloud, through tho efforts ot Prof.
Caster, Tuesday and Wednesday with
two ot his instructive lectures. Dr. Mc
lntyre is a host within himself snd those
who hear him onco are always reudy to
listen to him again. Ho is a natural
born and finished orator. His talk on
It Will Pav You I
To call and gel my prices liuforo Inlying
your goods when in tho city. You will
tiuri my goods first-class in every respect
and at prices that all can buy.
IAKE THE ONE HEM OF FLOUR !
1 am saving you live ienls a sack on all grades, and
there are no goods in the city tint are riiial in
quality. Parties have been trying to get something
to comnete with these uooils. but hnvo fkilud. They
are talking of leiwer piices, but get my prices bvforo
buying, ) on me all nvwiro that I will meet
t it iim at all times, and mostly go ono bettiir.
Next, week 1 will have a line of bargains
nn band for you again and I want every
body to coiric in and get some of thorn
before they are all gone.
best in the city, 12cperlb
10c per lb
BREKFAST BACON, " '
Lard, in any quantity,
Dried Beef ....
Boneless Ham, &c.
ICcwiirc of any rli-culiim Hint Mill be beforo
)ou. C'oiiiu nnd M'C inu UrM.
IlifIivst thrive for 1'roilttcc.
MRS. 8. R. MCBRIDE
Goods all new and up
to date. Come and
see my new gtnnl-
Tho toachora mo ding hold nt ttladnn forcos it into tho pipe. In this cose it it
Inst Snturday wan well uttendod. Tho connected by belt to tho shaft which
school room was filled with teachors, ! drives tho mill machinery nnd tho water
feaBtBiw5uJf"ci4'.)viii enough to tejnipl
any pefgno,ti ofargot himeolf. After
Biippor,twloi41 Mtin wiib hearing tllti'
liorizon'llji't WytH1 tb'o Muinu6omo.tfiid
commoiTL'jUftha'yj'.ijack of Tqii 1Kdt'ly nr
rivod tafgtaviMhom hOim.t",All preeont
.owed tlW '1aeT flfitr a pjente, Und no
i . -i. at w" ' '" "" ') J ;
V M . If '.
tho "Sunny Side ot Soldier Life" was
the grandest talk ot the kind ever heard
in Red Cloud and his "Fun on tho l-'arin"
was also highly appreciated. Prof. Can
tor is to lie coiigiatuluted on hecuring
so able a lecturer to entertain our peo
plo. Mrs. Dr. Kmigb roceived word frotn
Vionna, Va., this weok that her aged
fatlior, Mr. Lydecker, had pawed from
earth to the Great lleyond, IIo was 8ti
years of age, and has lived to bco many
of tho marvelous and unthought-for in
volitions of tho world como Into use
such as the railroads, steam and electric,
the tolophone, thu telegraph, tho cables
across tho son, etc. Ho had scon several
wars with which this nation was impli
cated, and during the 81) yours of his
lifo ho saw a powerful nation grow from
the original thirteen colonies. IIo died
rich in knowledge of this world's iilfuirB,
and knowing that ho had lived an hn-
orablo and useful lifo,
Will Yoieer is fast bocoraing ono of tho
linest slack wire porformers In tho Unit
ed States. Iiy constant practice sinco
ho was twelvo years old, Will has mas
tered all tho feats commonly performed
by such artists, such as nitting in a
chair, climbing tho ladder, juggling,
turning as ho sSvings, standing on his
head, eft. Will says ho likes to do feats
thtt nobody olso docs, and. ho dos it.
Thouglt'Bema'of the .acta montionod
have boon porXormod by others, they. aro
seldom BeeVf,-w thoy aro only performed
Hy eptfrts, but ho has some now font-
,up.s on' tho laddor, tho chair, and is now
'practicing to walk on luu hands, which
lie is'sure to do, as ho is now able to
maintain his balance and tako a atop ur
two, but lie promises soum still better
whori he bus this ono learned. Wi 1 has
plcnfy (T pluck. utul perseverance und la
sure toVuceeod. ' '
f.w,. r :; i ;; ,
patrons, ofllcers and young peoplo. Mr.
John M. Earnor was chosen socrotary
pro torn. Supt. D, M. Huntor presided
ovor the mooting. Some questions nn
English history wero presented and an
sworod Discussion on moral instruc
tion as to ends, materials and methods
was openod with a papor by Miss lllanch
Cathor, Until Householder and Jessio
Arnold. A discission of the subject,
"Koligion in tho Schools" was opened
with u short talk by Miss Annie Itoth.
Many teachers took an active part in
the discussion ot the subject presented.
A number of literary gems unit maxims
wero rocited by some of tho teachers.
Some young ladies of tho Hladen school
led tho music of the mooting. The
superintendent talked to the teachers
just before adjournment of tlio meeting
upon school matters, principally in re
gard to the county teachers' institute to
bo helel one week, commencing August
1'.), 18U5. Tho names of tho teachers ,
present woro as follows: County Super
intendent D. M. Hunter, Principal John
P. Curran, Principal J. J. Tooloy, Prin
cipal Jessie Arnold, Messrs. A. K, Wag
nor, Ed J. Overing, jr., S. Frisbie, John
M. Earnor, Goo. A. Springer, Norton
WatBon, Mr. Crawford. Misseo Annio
Roth, Susie Kenady, Ruth Householder,
Alico K. Remsberg, Mamie Householder,
RoBonna E. Stoin, Delia E.Tuttlo, Mane
Tayloi'. Edna Eglington, Nellie Reed,
Jessie HolycroBB, Ulanchn Cathor.
Mention wus made lust fall it this pa
por that tho Ainboy Milling company
ot Ainboy was proparlng to irrigato a
portion oT its land this summer. The
idea has materialized considerable sinco
then and thinking that our readers may
bo interested in" tin? project wo havo ob
tained somo interesting information con
cerning it. F.arly last tall thu company
put in a No. 'A. Centrifugal pump. This
pump consists of a moveable wheel mak
ing 1 100 revolutions per ininuto sot in n
iixed caoo, which raiBos tho water und
is supplied directly from tlio Ilume by a
four inch pipe and is forced through a
throe inch pipe. Tho pump has a ca
pacity ot 075 gallons per minuto und
forces tho wntor 700 feet to tho up.
por reservoir which is elevated 55 feet
above tho pump. Tho company tried
four inch tiling fur conducting tho water
but it did not'stand th prossuro unel
thy were compelled to use throe Inch
iron pipe. Tho upper resorvofr is UOo
feet long 100 feet wide anil live- feet
deep and has a capacity of about 11,
U'JO.OOo gallons. Tho lower reservoir is
much smaller and cnn bo tilled in four
hours. Tho company expects to irrigato
about twenty acres tliis year and also
intends to put in tire protection at tho
mill using the pump with lioso. Resides
this Held thu company will irrigate an
other tract of about lifteen acres directly
from tho mill race.
Wo do not use cotolino or any other
kind ot line, but puro and healthful in
grodlonts in our broadstutTs or pastry.
Kalf.y it CaMI'IIKM..
Highest Honors-World' Pki
BM1N6 ' '
MOST PGRPOCT MADB.
A putc Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fr
torn Ammonia, Alum or any other cduiteraafc
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
jHh wolli iiwi
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