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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1890.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
A. (!. HotMKIt, Killtor.
LahoyTait, AtBt. local Kdltor.
"$ . 4. 4. ..j. 4..4.... 4..
THE BON TON'S i
feTHAK, EGU, I
t BIILAI, UUTTER,!
J Ili:, COFFEE. J
Reduction in repair
ing on shoes sold from
our stock only, others
Nailing nions' liulf boIob HO
Ladles' halt soles l()
Boys half solos 10
Misses and youths half solos 35
Childrens' httlf Eoloa 2r.
Soo regular add
Cincinnati Hoot and Shoo Storo
A. II. Kaloy, Prop.
Rev. E. L. Ely is expected in tho city
Pnpor hanging nt hard timcB prices.
P. P. Hadley.
Our merchants are preparing for
T. W. Harrington has tuovod from
Cowles to Kansas.
For a line hair tonic call on Hutchin
son & Hiatt. tho barbers.
St. Patrick's day in tho morning will
occur, as usual, on the 17th.
Please como in, you that can, nnd pay
your subscriptions; wo nood tho money
Thcro will bo a Sunday-school rally nt
this place on Sunday, March 15. Evory
Rev. K. L. Ely will preach in tho Con
gregational church March loth, morning
Tho W. U. T. U. will meet every
Thursday afternoon during March with
Mrs. Alice Pope.
Hoforo ou piper your house you
should sen F. P. Hadley. Ho will do
you first class work at reasonable prices.
We received a lottor this weok from
Otto Stockp, Grnndviow, Iown. Ho says
thoy aro having line Nebraska woathor
Sid Cox o.xpectn to tako a tour of tho
west in a few weeks for his health. His
wife will accompany him, and thoy will
An elTort in being tnado to do soino
good work on tho roads leading to Kan
sas. A lot of volunteer work is boing
arranged by overseers of highways.
Ono Minute Cough (.'inn touches tho
right spot. It nWo toiei'-s it at tho right
timo if you tnki U wh-n you hnvn a
cough or cold? TIimi don't cough. C L
The state bank is doing business in
the little olllce mom back of the bank
ing room, while the J5ntly block is bo
ing repaired of tho tiro loss of a fow
Tho H. it M. will run homoeeekors' ox
curbions from points east of tho Mis
souri river to points in Nebraska and
Kansas on March 10th, April 7th, April
21st, May .rth.
Rolit. M. Martin. Jr., Nobe Robinson,
and others of tho (Jed Cloud contingent
in Cripple Creek, roport the wenthor
cold and tho snow deep. That is what
might 1)0 called getting gold under difll
eultics. Quito a chango in tho weather tho
first of the weok. UoalerB in ice wore
circulating with smiles frozon on their
features, but thoy wcro rapidly thawed
out yostorduy when Old Sol mado his
Tho Holland House is doing a nice
business those days, and tho jolly land
lord, li. D. Oatmnn, shakes his fat sides
with merrimont, whilo ho food tho hun
gry people, with tho abundanco that ho
always keeps in hlB lnrdor.
John Frod Potorson, will soil Mb
horses, cattle, hogs and agricultural im
nlomontB, on hiB farm on soction 7-1-11,
just east of Olivor McCall, on Tuesday
March 10, 1B!)0, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Terms 12 months without interest. Col.
Thore will bo n mooting of tho ladies'
auxiliary to tho Wobstor County Agri
cultural Society on Tuosdny aftornoon,
March 10. at 2:150, at tho residence of
Miss Mollio Ferris. All uro invited, nnd
all ofllcoru aro requested to bo present.
HV OltUF.II PlIEHIDHNT.
Owing to tho day boing so disagroe
able on last Wednesday, tho Rod Cloud
momborn of tho Farmers' Institute,
which was to bo hold nt Cowles, did not
attond. Tho interest in thoso institutes
ohoukl not bo allowed to wnno, as thoy
will bo n great help to tho farmorB.
Tho rovivalB at the M. E. church aro
' still progressing, and Pastora Mnxtlold
and Hummel think thoy seo the light
appearing, nnd that soon there will bo a
roat revival in our midst. Thoro in no
doubt hut what a good rovivol would bo
a lasting bonofit to tho church and city.
Itliciiuiiilisiii "'urvil lu ii May.
'MYSTIC CUIIK" for Ithunmntlsm
nnd Neuralgia radically enres in 1 to n
days. Its notion upon the system i re
inarkibht and mysterious. It romoyes
nt onee the cnnse and the diseaso immed
iately diRitppcnrs. Tho lUst dose grently
fount-Ms. 75 cents. Bold by II, 13. Uriou
druggist, Iti-d Cloud.
A Uaml t'liVrn'ror Suit;.
Four miles north went of Rod Cloud,
containing 100 acres Terms reasonable.
"Apply to Mrs Jan Kirkwood, Fairfax,
Atchison county, Mo. 150m
A high livpr with V torpid livr will net
ho n long liver. Corrrot the liver with
DoWlttV Ijittle Knrly Risets, little pills
ouro dj-s; epsln nn.l constipation. 0 L
Latest U. S. Gov't Report
OIU AM) EXS.
Miss Lola Popo is homo from Hluo
Mrs. J. F. Curran returned homo this
E. J. Ovoring is in KansnB this week
Mrs. M. R. Hentley is home from Lin
coin and Omaha.
Herman Nuu wns down from Uluo
Hill tho first of the week.
A complete new lino of wall pnpor ut
Taylor's at bottom prices.
Tho board of supervisors moot next
Monday in adjourned session.
Thero Booms to bo Botno hopo of an
ico harvest, aftor all next year
P. A. Williams, of the Riverton Re
view, was in Rod Cloud this weok.
Miss Lucy Parkor is lying quito sick
nt hor residonco in the north part ut tho
Grant Ushor is going Saturday to
Wisconsin and Illinois in tho interest of
D. J. Myers.
Don Lindsoy has a quarter Intoreet in
three Cripple Creole mines that aro said
to be hummers.
Amos Cowdon loft Hub week for Alii
nnco, Neb., whore ho will tako a position
us cbrk in a hotel.
Mrs. Jno, Wilholiiison. Jr.. nnd Miss
Mary Wilholmson wont to Missouri Mon
day where they will rosido in the f uturo.
Tommy McClolland, brothor of Miss
Tillie McClelland, was visiting his Bister
this wook. Ho resides in Hlootningtou.
Thore aro eomo very rotton sidowalk
just in front of tho old Ormsby build
ing. It should be repairod bofore some
ouo gets injured.
We understand that plans for the
now hotel have been drawn up and will
bo ready for execution us soon as they
can be submitted to Mr. Moon.
Frank Undley has boon appointed
night patrolman by the merchants, in
the place of Mr. Saunders, resigned.
Frame will muke a good ollicer.
Tom Penman, tho ii. & M. timo keep
er, luiH 1ub now synchronized clock in
position and the lino connected, bo that
lie is now prepared to givo you railroad
Tho young frionds of MisB Eva Fostor
gave hor u grand suriiriso party on
Monday ovenmg. A largo crowd wiib
pronout and u itiugnilieont time was re
ported. iv. ii. ranter, ot i ntriax, Missouri, a
brother ot Will and Lucy Parker is in
tho city, whore ho was called by the
BuriouH sioknese ot his sister, Miss Lucy
Frank W. Cowdon, our postmaster ro
coivod tolay a beautiful high grade
Fowlor bicycle. Mr. Cowdon is agent
for tlieao bicycles, which aro without
doubt the leading wheels in this coun
try. Mrs. D. J. Judson has been quite sick
for the last fow days, nnd has boon un
dor tho care of Dr. lieck. She had an
attack of lung fever and grip combined.
Wo aro pleased to note that uho is con
Soothing, healing, cleansing, Do Vitt's
Witeh Ho.cl Halve is tho enemy t-i Korea,
wounds mid piles, which it never fuilH to
cure. Stops ituhiug and burning. Cures
chapped, lips and cold-sores in two or
three hours. U L Getting.
"Tho Red Cloud Chief mine," of which
Geo. W. Lindsoy nnd Porter Hedgo aro
the principal owners, is reported to be
vory rich, tho ore assaying uoarly 8100
to tho ton. That's good; we hope thoy
will make a million and spend it in this
Tho city election is almost bore, and,
up to date, we Have uot heard from any
one wanting olllce, Whot in tho mis
chief is tho matter with the boys ? Ono
term ot tho mayoralty seems to be
onough for any one man. Thore Bhould
bo, however, good mon selected, who
will 1111 the Mlllces without pay. It is of
much concern that such be the caso, ns
wo nood nil tho money possible to put
the city in ohapo in tho future.
Last Saturday night Miss Rossio
Wildor ontortnined Mrs. Dow'b Sunday
school class, of which she is a mombor,
in a very pleasing manner. At a due
time refreshments woro sorved. Games
and stories wero indulged in until a
seasonable hour, whon tho guests do
parted, giving thoir doparting friond
thoir best wishos. Those prosont wero:
Mrs Dow, JobbIo Duckor, Sueio Rifo,
Rossio Cnrpontor, Alice Rniloy, Vanco
Foo nnd Viola Ward,
Among the enterprises of our town,
which havo woathorod all kinds ot storms
and all kinds of competition, thore is
nono that has boon as successful aa
Wiener's Clothing Emporium. Honest
doalings will always toll. Mr. Wienor
hnsjust returned from Now York and
Chicago, whoro ho spent a month in
picking up bargains, and, from the prices
ho is offering goods at, we cannot help
but think ho auccoodod in gotting what
ho wont aftor, "goods at right prices."
Tom Ponninn has two or threo gold
IirIi in a ghisn jar. The othor night the
wuathor suddenly changed and the
IIhIioh frozo, along with tho water, and,
to all intents and purpose, woro as dead
as mackerels. Tom said they had gono
to llsh heaven, whorovor that might bo,
Finally tho ico thawed, and by noon
thoy had survived tho "cold wave" and
wero gotting along "swimmingly" A
glow of pleasure flitted across Tom's
facial organs as he related their miracu
lous escape to our roportor. Itlookod
"hcalj" for tho llsh for a littlo whilo.
Tin: Oim.r hopes that tho city council
and tho parties concerned, in justico to
CongreEsman Moon, will open up nth
nvonuo just no soon us possible. Mr.
Moon relied upon the promises of Rod
Clotiil to do so, ami, in fact, it was guar
anteed to him. Now let our people do
t.mi justice nod open the street, It iu
such men nn Mr. Moon that lU'd Cloud
wants and invites to tako hold of nub
stautial enterprise, and wo cannot af
ford to turn them down. Ho ought to
lin treated white, at least, and nut mndo
u target of.
A l'lomiint ltvrepllon.
On Inst Friday night, Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Miner gave n very pleasant recep
tion to thoir son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Minor, who woro re
cently wedded, and had just returned
from n wedding tour in tho east. Their
handsomo residence was beautifully
do;oratod with Unworn, etc., and togeth
er with tho snoot music from Jenkins'
Parlor Orchestra, which wns comfort
nblyonscotisod nt the head ot tho spacious
hall, the large number of guests caught
the inspiration and all wont as joyously
as n marriago boll. Tho company was re
ceived in the north parlor by Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Miner, the newly married
couple, Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Minor, Mrs.
Carolino E. A. Gather, and the Misses
Mary and Margaret Miner, and from
thero they woreoseortod into an adjoin
ing parlor, where delicate creams, slier
borts, nnd delicious cakes and cotToo
woro served. The MIfbos Irene Minor,
Jossio Cather and Mabel Howard pre
sided ovor the table1-, which woro ele
gantly decoruted with rare flowers of
many kinds. It wiib an uuspiciouiocsa
sion, and started the young couple out
on the matrimonial voyago with tho
host wishes of their numorous frionds
in this city. Mr. and MrsJ.L. Minor and
their ostimnblo family thoroughly un
derstand the art of making their guests
fool at easo, and this waa no oxcoptiou,
as they nil avor that this was tho most
pleasant event that has transpirod in
this city for many months. All present
extended to tho young couplo thoir con
gratulations ami tho host wishos for a
long and happy lifo.
The people of Rod Cloud and Webster
county should not forget the interstate
fair to be given in this city undor tho
management ot tho Webster County
Agricultural Society noxt Septombor.
This will bo ono of the best fairs ever
given in tho state, outside of tho stuto
fair. Tho dntes are Septombor 11, 15,
10, 17, 18 nnd 10. Tho premiums will bo
$5000, nnd 32000 for speed. Pasto the
dates up und begin now to preparo ex
hibits. Corn utul Out Wanted.
Minor RroB. aro buying corn nnd oats,
and aro paying the highest market
Tho district mooting ot the Knights
of Pythias will tako plaeo in this city on
tho 19th. Grand Chancellor Ford will
be hero, and tho following lodges will
havo roprosontutlvon bore:
Lucuilus, No. 03, Uloomington.
Dalmation, No. 157, Alma.
Rod Cross, No. 58. Blue Hill.
Reaver City, No. 77, Ueavor City.
Hastings, No. 28, Hastings.
Cnlnntho, No. 20. Red CUud.
This will bo a lodge of instruction and
every K. P. should get in line.
Tho following aro tho olllcors of tho
Rod Cloud Fire Department, elected on
lust Monday evening:
Chief, A. J. Tomlinsnn.
1st ABBt., C. Ii. Winrrey.
2d Asst., A.H.Gray.
Src'y, Geo. H. McCall.
Treasurer, J. O. liutler.
Trustees, J. H. Wegmunn, II. 1'. Sow
tor. II. Diodcrich.
Foreman 11. and L A. II. Gray.
Assistant, W. L McCord.
2d Assistant, Geo. Hutchison.
Hose Co. No. 1, J. O. liutler, foreman.
Assistant, II. P. Sowter.
ad Assistant, R. W. Ferris.
Hoso Co. No. 2, II. Diedorich, foreman.
Assistant, T. W. Hatllold.
2d Assistant, Goo. 11. McCall.
Tho dopartinent tondored its thanks
to Mayor lientloy for tho donation of
Tho department also voted thanks to
Asst. Chief Runchoy for his olllciont
services while acting chiof.
"(live me a liver regulator and I can
rcgnlnte the world,'' (aid a genius. The
druggist haiided him a bottle of DoWitt's
Littlo Knrly Risers, the famous little pills
0 L Gotting.
l'Mltross, Miss Muiiile WVIilcinau,
llnnnrlxra' I e.lllllnMo Dllly.
Thore woro only three pupils porfect
in attendance and punctuality, they
were Mary Emtio, Lucy Eamos nnd
The General History class had quito n
discussion on tho following question:
"That educated men tight bettor than
those not educated.
Tito llotany pupils aro woaring
weary looks now us tho slips and paper
Miss Garbor nnd hor Goology class
wont up to Mr. Kuley's Fnduy to boo
John Eamos was a caller Friday a. m.
Aftor tho school had sung soveral
songs Thursday a. m tho tonth grade
favorod ub with thoir class yell.
Mr. Smith taught the Geometry class
Thursday a, m. Prof, Wilson boing ab
sent. Miss McClolland gave tho boys ot the
ninth grade a catch problem to wsrk.
She said tho rulo could not bo found in
tho arithmetic, geomotry or trignomotry
Ono bright boy said maybe it could be
found in "physiology."
John Tulleys was n caller in tho high
Mnny pupils are absent this wook on
account ot eicknoss.
Mablo Howard has returned again to
school after n few dayn ot sickness.
Miss Ray LotBon taught tho Gorman
Prof. Wilson usod tho rod on throo
Miss Garbor being sick lust Thursday
tho Virgil class was taught by Mntnio
Miss McClolland road a vory Interest
inir story to tho pupils Wednesday.
Highest Honors-World's FaMC
MOST PERFECT MADb
A piie Crape Crcimf f TnrurPcwdet. Ft
(rem Ammtnts, Alum i rat yotlurtdullcn.V.
10 VP..HRS Ihti 5TANPAM.
Tnoro have boon many tnlkn about
gotting railroads into Red Cloud, and
numerous committer have talked rail
road to all the tuilroad ma. nates ot tho
country, but 1 iik Ciim has a plan of
action that, it taken up, it believes
could bo workod The Santa Fo road
runs into llarnard, Lincoln county, Kan
sas, throo tiers south of Red Cloud, or
about GO miles south of us. It is under
stood, fo ttur informant said, that the
Santa Fe folks desire to extend that
bruuch northwest, and that thoy could
bo Inducod to extend the line through
to this city, via Heloit and Mankato. A
road of this description would tap the
Kansas coal Holds, and, it there Is any
thing that would help Rod Cloud, it
would bo to tap a coal Held; and it would
bo a direct lino to tho gulf. Our Inform
ant said further, that tho road could bo
procured by united otfort and, If it came
iioro, Red Cloud would be made it divl.
sion point. The commercial club will
probably investigate tho matter soon
nnd soo if thero can bo nnv inducements
olfered in that way. Wo need a wood
railroad: the lnananors of thoSnntuFn
aro progressive follows, and, with tho
help of Lincoln, Mitcholl and Jowoll
counties, KutiBas, and Webstor county,
Nobraska, thoro ought to bo a splendid
opportunity of securing this road. If
tlio prospect Tor n crop is good, thoro
might bo such a thing nn tho whlstlo of
tko Santn Fo enginos boing hoard in
this city bofore biiow Hies noxt fall. Wo
Republican :ity Convention.
Tho republican rotors of tho tlrst and
second wards of the city of Ked Cloud
nro roqueBted to send delegates from
their respective wardw to meet in con
vention at the court-house in the city of
Red Cloud, on Friday, March lilth, 180(1,
ut 7:150 p, m for the purpose of choosing
the following candidates for city olllcors,
One Alderman from First Ward.
One Aldorman from Second Ward.
Two members board ot education.
Tho several wartlB are entitled to rop
roiontntion ns follows, the apportion
ment being based upon tho vote cast for
T. L. Norval for supremo judgo in 1805,
giving each ward ono dolegato for each
llvo votes or major fraction thoreof :
Firet ward, 18 delegates.
Second Wurd, 25 delegates.
It is recommended that no proxies bo
admitted to the convention, but that
delegates present be authorized to cast
the entire vote of the ward which they
Any voter believing in the prinemleH
of thn republican party, mid who will
when challenged, deelure his intention
of supporting the ticket nominated by
thin convention, shall bo untitled to a
vote at the primaries herein mentioned.
R li. Fltl.TON,
Chairninii City Central Committee.
'lty I'll mar If.
Tho republican primaries for the elec
tion of delegates to tho republican city
convention ufll bo held on Thursday
Murch 12th, from three to sevon p. m.,
First ward, nt W. 11. iioby's feed store.
Second ward, at Firomen's hall.
Tho following are appointed to act as
judges and clerks of election ut the fore
going primaries, viz:
2d ward Judges, L. P. Albright, O.
O. Doll mid II. A. Howard. Gierke, 11.
E. Pond and A. C. Ilosmer.
lot ward Judges, M. C. Sherman, I).
L. Groat and Sherman llruiior. Clerks,
D. C. Jenkins and S. W. Foe.
R. II. Finin.N,
Chairman City Central Committee.
If suffering with piles, it will interitst
you to know that DoWitt's Witeh Hazel
Halve will cure them. This inedieiut) is
n speaiflo for nil complaints of this char
aoter, and if iuHtrustious (which are sim
ple) aro carried out, a cure will result.
We Imye tested this iu numerous casus,
nnd always with like results. It never'
fails. CL Getting.
X Itaru OllVr.
Tho publishers of Tin: Nkiiicahica and
Kansas Fak.mku havo decided to make
IIIIKAT INIlUOI'.MK.NT to pooplo to WOrlC
for the pa pur, viz: To the person send
ing in the largest nuuibor of yearly sub
scribors between February 20, 18i)(!, and
July 1, 18tK5, to inako said person a pros
ont of a $15.00 HiLVF.it watoii, and to tho
second largest numbor a prosont of a 810
watch , The 3d a gold ring worth $5.
In addition to tho presents a cash
commission will bo allowod on KVERV
subscription so obtained.
Agents wanted ovorywhoro to canvusa
for subscriptions, Writo for tonus to
Singlo subscriptions ono yoar, GOconta.
Clubs of 2T), one year each 2."i cents
Clubs of 50, ono yoar each 20 cents
Clubs of 75, one yoar onch l.r cents
Clubs of 100, one yoar each 10 cents
Sent to any part ot tho United Statos.
Address nil communications to
Thk Faiimkr Co., Pubbshors,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Tho beautiful snow fell upon tho vir
gin soil t' the merriment of the small
boy and tho man who desirod to put up
Are you ono of thono nnlmppy people
sufferinir with weak uurvtsr lletnnintier
that tho nerves may be made strong by
llood'd Harfiaimrilln. which feed them
upon pure bloou
Hood s pills are the boiU after-dinner
pills; anlHt digestion, prevent conntipa
Referring to tho clause in our con
tract regarding delivery ot low grado
boots, we wish to explain that beet grow
era can have the privilege of otherwise
disposing of boots below 12 per cont
sugar with u purity of HO aftor Novem
ber 1, 1890, provldod thoy pay us for
Grand Island, Neb., Fob. 'Si, 1800.
Ox.vaiiii Hi:kt SuoAit Co.
l'inu .IcrMiy Hull.
Lon Aultz has u lino thoroughbred
loreey bull for service. Can lie found
at his residence, northtust part of the
Tree mill IMiwiIm,
If you want any trees, shrub nr plants
t) Is spring, now is the tune to order
them. Strawberry plants, llrst-claes, 00
ti nts per hundred, L. II. Itt'ST.
The World's Fair Tests
showed no baking powder
so puro or so great In Icav
enlng power as tho Royal,
I he urcatest Cure on
permanently Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Sprains, Cuts, Bruises, Scalds, Burns, Swellings,
Backache or any other pain. SALVATION OIL
Is sold everywhere for 35 cts. Refuse substitutes.
thro LANCE'S PLUGS, Th OmtToUcto AWolt.Oc.DUl0f lt.c!leMTcfl.,Blto7Mr
Mtil JErv'yjH j,YrS
We lmvo just received a large assortment of Little Giant
School Shoes for little men and women.
Peniember we are solo agents.
War is Probable
blocks Tor Less Than
W e only Inive a
gel no mure for
uiiiic (iu run.
tliey tir jiict as
NrcwMousi? Bros., Jewelers and Opticians.
In F. N"h1iiius-V Drv (lods Store.
IH'ul'ftt'H Cannot hu 'iiih'I,
by local applications, as tliey cannot
reach the tliHciiHcd portion of the ear
There is only one way to euro driifnem,
anil Unit U by coiiHtittitionnl remedied.
Deafness is eatmi-d by an inflamed condi
tion of tliti mucous lining of the I'.u
strarhian tube. When thin tube gets lu
ll. mn il you have a rumbling Mill ml or im
perfect lit-ariug, a tul when it In entirely
doited dniifuertx ii the re-mli, and uiiIchh
the inflammation can be taken out. and
this tube restored to itH normal condition
hearing w ill be dust rojed forever, which
is nothing but an iiillumtil condition of
the muroiirt HnrfaccH,
Wo will givo one hundred dollars for
any easu of duafncsi (caused by ilatarrh)
that cannot be cured by Hall'ai catarrh
cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CIIKNKY & CO.. Toledo, O.
C2TSold by ilriiggiHte, 7fie.
Is kept for Morvioe at 8. Day's barn. Tlilit
lioll wns bred at Lincoln in the full of
lH'.ll!, while hU moMier wan on exhibition
nt the state fair. This bull took first
premium nt the Webster county fair in
fall of 18'jr,. Thlrt is tho bout bred Jorsey
bull in Webnter county. His weight is
1200 lbs. For farther pnrtiaulnrs, call nt
S. WAY'S liAUN,
Foot of Elm St, Hod Cloud.
Ileal Hitatu TraiiHrors
For tho wook ending March 3, 1890,
furnishod by the Fort Abstract Co.
L O Gilbort ot ul to A Minor
Willman b and alA n 32.
10 wd $ &000 00
Stark Dros to Edward II Foe
nwkf 32 3-10 quel 1 00
J W RuiiohoyBhoriirtoOormnn
Ins Co, boK 2H-4.10, sheriffs
deed 30111 GO
J W Runchoy sheriff to Gorman t
Insurance Co, lot 30, blk 1),
Hluo Hill, sheriff's dood C00 00
J WRunchey Hherilf to tiorman
ItiBurnnco uo, sw;j .i--iu
shorilfs doed 1800 00
J W Runchoy shoritf to German
Insurance Co, 0J5 ami nsw
i 0 1 1), shorilfs deed 3005 00
William I) Iteoil and wife to S
FUeed, lotHl, 2, 3. -1, B,
blk 25. lot 1. folk. 3. Moroy'B
add to Hluo Hill, wd 2000 00
Wosloy Street and wire to
Frank Ilulfer. tmrt lot 3 ot
10-1-11 wd 500 00
Pollio fjippetts to Kvn RRoano
noi.f 3 12wtl 2000 00
Hert'J'ippetts ot al to Eva R
Roano no 0-3 12 wd 2000 CO
Chris FaFslor to Win 11 Snyder
lot 2 blk 1 1, Hluo Hill wd. . . 1000 00
Win It KnyUor and wife to W
M Uutton, lot 2 blk 11, Hluo
Hill, wd 1100 0"
Total SJUiOy CU
Tho list of letters remaining at the
postolllco uncalled for up to March 0,
Horry, Maud Honor, Jack
Dubois, E. F. Ferguson, .Jos.
Halov, II. A. Wallace, C. E.
'I'luS idinvo letters will be pent to thn
dead letter clllo Match 20, 1S00. If not
cullod for. Fiia.nk CowiiKN, Poatuittator.
Earth for Pain. Cures
Latest Style !
Best Leather !
Best Wearer !
Only one quality, nd-7!that tho host.
SatiBfactiou3guarnntord on each and
Tho greatest wearing Children's Shoos
Congo Calf Patent Tip.
Congo Calf Solar Tip.
Misers' Kid, Button, white
stitcli, razor too.
Missed Kid, Put, square toe.
Tans iu all sizes.
Hoys' Hazor Toe, .1 to 5; Ilojs' Opera
Too; Hoys' Square Too,
II 1 SI H.
A. H KALEY, Prop.
But another bargain such
clocks is not
tew auit n
avc tto'ie ou can
get a Imri'.itn
ii you noli I waul a ci eu get a
R v. Hlnekwell has eluded tho
meetings at the 1 1 it in ut.it sehuol liouso
Thuy were a groat Micr-si tlire huing
M'venteen add d to the church.
Uhas. Ihoci has moved onto tho
A revival iiieoliug .will cou miittco
ut Penny crude soon.
Mr. Atihushou in rtjoiciug ov. r tho
arrival of a nine pound girl at their
Ilto Orcwoll r potts wages good at
li. W. Anderson, G. Hilltngton and
11. Lewis Mill start to Cripple Crock
tho 14th of March.
Allies Gust is building u sod liouso
on his place.
S. Gnrber is building a fr.imo huuso
on hi farm south of tho mill.
The Penny Creek S.uiilasoltool
will bo rcortfnniznd Sunilay uvuninc,
Rov. Hluekwcll is going to oruuizo
tlto Kpwortlt League at the Hummel
school Iiouhc tho scond Sunday in
Mrs, Kcaglo lias returned homo.
Tho box supper on Walnut creek
was a grand buoocbh.
Tho bcIiooI will close at Penny cicck
John Rcauohamp will soon start for
a busincHH trip to Missouri. Ho will
spend tho suuimor with frionds thoro.
Mihb Malvina VanDyko is attend
ing tho state normal school at Chco,
Union prayer meeting Thursday
at 7:30 p. ut. M. Guthrie lender.
TaBEAT KIDNEUIVER 0W8i?
l'niift in the Hack
joints or hips, sediment In mine IIUo brlck-duat
frequent culU or teteiitlou, ilieiiiuatlsm.
Diabetes, drops) , scanty or liljtli colored urine.
BtinpltiK scnsatlniH when oldliur, dUtresa pres
sure In tho partr, u ulirullultiitlon, stricture
llloat or ilnrl. cln ii u'Uler the eyes, tuusue
coated, totistipntiii i. llouWi eyeballs.
At IHllfUlti, u() ' Ills 1111(1 $1.00 kIo.
-IiiT0itd OulJn to III lM frc-CuultaU m free.
Ul!. IClUIUII i. CO., Ut.SOIIAMTO.V, K. V.
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