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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APHIL 24, ISJMJ.
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Ill it iiT-n ri r
Wwi r AJiwmit (v Jrtfrn
mi. "w. n. reckc, who
makes n specialty of
l.pllcpsy, lms without
UOUbt tronl 1 nml riir.
cd mororn u i tlinn nny
llvlnt? I'hsli iaii( his
success Is n mlsliinR.
o hixvo he ,rd o( cnnc
cl aa vents' Btnndlnir
mm. 1 1 o
th 1b tllR.
kv i t It a
tto of hla absolute cure, freo to nny Ru(Tcrer3
nomayBunu wieir i; u.nna uxpri's aanrcsa.
i itv m.w.
OIIH ANO r.xns.
We ndvlo ntiy one wlshln
IXM.W. U. KUUUf f. 0. 4
ncuro Innditreis I
;eiur5t., new York
I . II-'SM II. Killtnr.
I.MtoY I Air. iit l.ir;il IMItiir.
I THE HON TON'S
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on shoes soul trom
our stock only, others
Nniliiu' mens' half bolen fiO
Ladies' half wd. J1'
Boys lmlf soles 1'J
Misseii mnl juntos half ndes
Childrons' half w-iles -"
See regular add
Cincinnati Hoot and Shoe Stnro
A. H. Khle,Prop.
Wall paper i.t Cutting's.
Watch rr,,inni; at Nowhou?o Uroh'.
All kinds "f jewelry i.paititi at '
15. B Utcknoll wiirtin Superior '1 Inns
tiny "11 l)UMH.I'U.
A written (j'laruntee given with every
watch ropalied fit Newborn Urn-.
Mim-r !.'" ur.. paying 0 conto for
corn. 'lhl3Mti good lime to mil jour
N. Lotigli i will eloso his caluonun the
tirst of Mi.. an l open up a palace bib
When you want jour watch, clod; ami
jowolry work ilono cheap ami iloiio right,
tuko it to NowI'.oupo Hrofl.
When you want a nice smooth shuvo
or haircut, give (.mo. Kiintn-HH a call
Ono door bouth of th Bon '1'on UakiTy
Mrs. Mattio Clino anil daushtcr, Clio,,
who hiiVM h-ua isltinfx with Mrn. Biuuin
Strohui, huo K""0 to l'"'3aH " u Hl,ort
Bimri Cror." w '' 1 Jt'iire olil lust
Sumliix, ami In pin it". honor ot tlio
ovont, jin'wiU'-il ti i in with u Sli.o hii.clo.
Elmer was wry much ,iIphsi'iI.
When jour o.vcb coinmimo to iioho,
anil thrt tfinH hhIit in lliL'in, ami your
heiid hclii'-, it m J"Ui ejes pit uJit ' for
liolp. .Wluniif HroH. will hi'lp thum.
Hod CI. .nil lm a caintiiluii' for stutn
trousuror in Hit' pmMin nt Mr. I.. I'. Al
bright. Mr A in .i lim mini, 'H qnnli
tied' and woi Id miikcn ood Htiiteolllcpr.
'niarivorjf -ton another tt'nrt hi wook.
and waheU out atiiit fori) ft "tot the
bunk on thu lw ui'le of tlm ilam. Tim
rieo wad cut dl" the dimit p'ini? out
at CurtiB and Canihritl!0.
J. S. Wi.it. t"wrmUip pr-eiilei t of the
Wobt?r C)iinty Uni-.n S'lndny Pfil'nnl
iwRjHalim, will cond let th tlrt-t rally
ot the BeiiHon at Anbury ciiapel Sun
day, ut three p. m. by Onlur Cuumnt
tee. Tho binall boy and tho 'ni'cr-Bhoot-
or"nrn uittl Urt IlL'.ltl). lllld W OB to tllO
poor doj? that shows up oil thu streets.
Not only do doKs bUlTir, hut window
liRhtB in vuo mt houses uri f.ivnrlto tar
Bets. Kav.J. A.Hark.'i-of PhIIh City will
deliver tli" ummuni I nddrtfa for Hod
nimid !...!-. A.O. U V.,aniuly, May
ad, at thre.t p. m. .Ml mimh-iM of tho
lodRoand n.reoof llxior .iro reijurtflt
cd to meet at tho hall ai two p. m Hy
Kov. Mr ThnniiHnn, of Lis AukoIob
Cal.adoh'k'a'o to th- Bonural confer
onoo ot thu M. B. church, occupied the
pulpit of that church in thi city lust
Sund;y evening H" H ll talenled di
vine, and Iiih boiuion wan highly appro
elated l thopo present.
Highest Honors World' PaHW
MOST PERFECT MADK.
k puie Grano Cream of Tartar Powder. Frw
frtjm Ammonia, Alum or any other rdultew
40 YEARS THE STANDARD
Con-'d tune al l'eiiiiiau'B.
A yard nt eo.ip for i2".s at Cottin's.
(' WitMier was in Denver this week.
A tioxof stationery for 'Joe atCottin'B.
liimert McNetiy was in Lincoln this
Head A. 11 Iviley'ti prio Rpring an
Ed Iveihor took his cattle to Kansas
City HiIh week.
.1. Ii. Miner waa in Kansas City this
week with cattle.
Randolph McNitt wai in Lincoln on
businebfl this week.
15. H. Chancy mid family hnvo re
moved to lied Cloud.
Dick Tinker, ho of McCook, was on
our streets thin week.
Do not fail to read A. II. Kaloy's mips
ing word announcement.
Dr. J. W. Hohiiisoii of Ouido Itock
was in tho city thin vseek.
Arbor day wnn not celebrated in Hod
Cloud to any largo extent.
Major elect Mjers wiib attending to
bustnei'B in illuo Hill this week.
Tiie glorious ruiim of thiB spring liavo
encouraged tho farinorB greatly,
A Bister of tho Wright bojfl iB visiting
in the city. She lives in Denver.
Try a can of Hopkins' Steamed Hom
iny (Hulled Corn). It in delicious.
Mr. Low Puller and wife wero tho
gucalsof Mro. John fj. Potter this week.
Supt. A. Campbell of McCook wiib in
Red Cloud last Priday with his Bpecial
SpoctaclcB and oye-glnssoB tltted by
tho only correct Bjstom at Nowhouso
A. M. Johnson, a popular farmor of
Uivcrton, was upon our streets this
B. J. Peterson of Otto was in the city
thiB week, en routo to Kansas City with
Minor I.roB. aro paying 'JO conto for
corn. This is a good timo to sell your
Sam Kizer was culled to liryan, Ohio,
this week by the Horious sickueeaot Ids
Uncle Todd Paul of Cowlcs wiib ii
nlcasanl caller thiB week. Ho is a thor-
ouglibred McKiuloy man.
Have yon found tho missing words in
A. II. Kaley'B spring announcement.
Try it; it costB you nothing.
.1. II. Smith, dibtnct agent of tho
Continental Insurance Co. of Now York,
lusiirauco on tho Installment plan.
David A. (Jroat and Mifb Alice Ovor
leese woro married on last Thursday.
The CitiKr extends congratulationB.
Come and seo the vast assortment of
phirtn. You will bo eurprised to find
such low prices. Wion-r, tho Clothior
C. II. Pottkr Potter him raised his
building hn tho south end of tho P. &
M. block, and J. O. llutler will raiso hie
also. Tho entire block oliould bo raised
W. D. Cramer, tin Cherokee kanga
roo, landfill in our wigwam this weok
with hop, skip, and a jump. Ho will
probably ruiiuiin in thiB vicinity two or
Hutchiboti, lliatt, Aultz t Co. hiivo
star to J u Phootiug galloij on the vacant
lot between Morris Stern's snloou and
th old billiard hall, and lovers of target
shooting can now have their Bport.
Mrs. Calmes of West PlaitiP, Mo., was
viBillog old friends in the city thiB weok.
She returned homo on Priday. She
bhjb that they are well pleased with
Missouri, mid aro fully satislled to live
To every subscriber of the Chief who
will pny up within tho next thirty daje
WO willglVO tho ISKWUFKA ItnU H.ANBA9
FAitMErt FIIEB. This is for thirty days
only. Now is tho chance to get two
Tho ladUi of Cowlei nnd ricinity are
cordially invited to meot Mrs. Kraka
tlold, prtsldont of difltrict W. C. T. U.,
in tho Congregational church Wednes
day aftornoon, April 'JUtti. A public
meeting will bo held in tho evening.
Mro. L. II. Uust baa gone to Beaver
City for a visit with relatives. "Pap"
now watchce tho trains regular, and
guoH about talking to tho tneB and won-
doring what ho will got for his next
meal. Wo may exppct, to see him going
weHt by telegraph Boon.
A sm.ill cjlono ot considerable forco
(.truck Will Harrib' barn near Oul de
Uock lust Pi idaj night and tore it down,
leaving the horsen hitched to the posts
on thu innide. Somo of tho boatH and
timbers were carriod 40 rodp. No ono
injured; Will and family wero badly
Herbert MahnlTy, who forged hifl sis
toiHiiame to a poetofllco order about
three yparsngn in this city, and who has
escaped tho vigilance of the pollen up to
thiB time, has boon arrested by John
TomlhiRou and is now in jail at Omaha.
Tho young man will go over the road no
doubt for a term of jeare.
Al. Warren of Lincoln, brother of
Elitor Wnrion, startod out from Lii
jcoln on his wheol four months ago to
visit Old Momco. Ho got through Bare
land returnod tc Red Cloud on Thoh'st,
having made tho ontiro distance of 3000
miles on his wheel. Ho roporta a vtry
pleuBant trip, with but few brouk-downe.
Jas. McNetiy is iiomo from Lincoln.
Mip. I Hicknoll was in Riverton TIiub
day. E. 11. Oilmore was down from Omaha
J. S. Hart of Omahn was in tho city
Mr. dogate of Illuo Hill wan in the
city t liia week.
J. M. Stires of York wne on our
I II. Hiimtiton whs up from (Juido
Rock this week.
T C. Coopor of Illoomington was tn
ChiiB. (larbor, of Esbon, Kan., was in
tho city thiB week.
J.C. Motzlor of Lincoln was in Red
Cloud hiBt Tueiday.
C. A. Latham of Cowlee was a ploaB
ant visitor this week.
Row Oeo. O. Yeider returned from
Omaha last Taturday.
J. F. Watt of Ouido Rock wao in tho
city on bininesB Monday.
Nine carloadfl of cattle wero shipped
to KniiBiiB City this week.
E. C. Hallow of McCook waa in the
city tho fore part of tho weok.
Clara Oarbo-of Guide Rock is visit
ing Emily Tophani thin woek.
Mrs. R. A. Polrom of Lincoln wiib in
tho city the tlrst of tho week.
Mre. O. C.Cnso was visiting hor par
ents near Lawrence this week.
M. H. Prces, of tho tirm of Piatt k
Frees, was in the city this weok.
A nico lino of ladies' tieH to bo worn
with tho shirt waiHts, at Wienor's.
M. 11. Holland of Orleann wiib in Rod
Cleud the latter part ot last week.
S. II. nrcensbaum of LouUville, Ky.,
wiib in Red Cloud ono day thiB week.
Roy Hutchison and Perce Mcllrido
woro ovor from Lobahon the Hint of tho
J. M. Kollogg of Stratton, this Btate,
wae transacting busineps in our city
J. O. Wiles, Nathan Piatt and Elmer
Crone havo joined our army of cyclists
since our last issue
John Yung of Cedar IlluiTs hnt been
looking nftor bis interentB in tills vicini
ty for the past two weeks.
A carload of tine seed potatoes from
Missouri for pale, very reasonable, at
Aultz &Djor'p, Red Cloud.
W. A. Edwards, tho handsome type
writer agent for the Smith Premier folk
called this way on '1 huisdny.
Mrs. M. A. Hall hap cloie.l the 1th
nvenue hotel and removed to Cripple
Creok, whoro bIio will start a boarding
ho ll BO.
A little ill, then n littlo pill. Tho ill in
gono the pill has won. DoW'itt'.s Little
Early Risr8 tho littlo pill that care
great, ills. C L (Jotting.
Mrs. A. C. Hosnier returned homo
Thursday oroning after llvo wookfl ah
senco in Illinois at tho bedsido ot her
agod tnothor, who 1b very flick.
Tho S. of V. band will comiuonco their
Sutnmor concert eoason tomorrow night
by giving an open air eoncort on Web-
Bter stroot. Tho program will comiuonco
at 8 o'clack.
Mrn. Wm. Huorstotta of Tocumsoh
Mrs. .Jacobs of Wymore, relatives of
Mrs W. S. Hense, who were visiting
with her the forepart of the week, have
returnod to thoir homos.
Wo have only a few more ot tho moth
orb' friend waists for boys left. Theso
need no bowing on of buttons, all havo
the patent etrap, and wo aro closing
thorn out nt a great eacrillce. Wiener
Mrs. Mariah Arnold, relict of tho late
OflQi.r Arnold ot this county, nnd mother
ot the Arnold boys, diod last Wednosday
April 23, at tho residence of hor daugh
ter, Mrs. McClary, in Adams county, at
tho advanced ngo ot 70 years. Sho Iibb
beon in feeble health for many years.
On Thursday evening Ooo, lllnlr wiib
fiO years of ago and Mrs, lllnlr in com
memorating the event invited the mem
tiers ot Colantlie Lodge !, Knights of
Pythias, of which (leorgo is an honored
member, to participate in the nlLiir. A
tine supper was spread at W. S. Hoiifo'b
for tho occasion and the Knights along
with a few other friends enjijed the
rwuiiug very much. Congratulation!
wero numerous and George's moiling
face ehowed that he was none the worse
for the ravages of ago which woro en ep
lug on apace.
L. P. Albright of Rwl Cloud panned
through the city this morning, en route
for Omaha, where ho goes in a delegate
to tho slate republican convention. Mr
Albright, at tho Webiter county repub
lienn convention, received tho tinani
ninus endorsement of all the delegates
ne a candidate for state treasurer.
Thorn aro two things favorable to Mr
Albright's candidacy. One, that ho is
an old resident ot Webster county, a
straight republican, and nn enterprising,
upright citren, and tho other, that tho
Fifth congressional district is the only
district in the state which ban never
furnished a etato treasurer. HaHtincH
On last Monday, April 'JO, W. II. Cra
mer mid Mb most estimable family en
tertained thoir numerous friends by a
wedding anniversary. On that date
thoy liad been married 'JO years. A
largo number of guests wore present
and tho day was spent in the usual fep
tivitien, A feast worthy of the gndu
was spread and all enjoyed the biiiiio
freely. After the repast had been
oorved, tho host and hostess were pre
sented with many beautiful and costly
presents tokens of the high esteem with
which they wero hold by their neighbors
and friends. Tun ruin talus great
pleasure in congratulating Mr. and Mrs.
Cramer on the occasion and wished them
many returns of tho pleasurable event
which linked their livo3 for timo and
-:- -:- -:- calls for spring clothese
The bright sunshine shows up the wrinkles and
frayed edges of all the old and shabby suits along
the street. -:- -:- Nature is putting on a new dress.
Gentlemen, you'd better get into line.
This Label on a Qarmont in-
Buroa Perfect Fit
oud Satlofucllon &
It stands for tho host that
Money Can Buy or Skill
It is no ii iniriii'le. It won't aiireverv
thing. lint it will mrii pili'i. Tlmt'rt
what DiAVitt' Witeh lla.-l Stive will do,
becaupii it luih iIouh it in hiiiiilruils of
oases. C b (Jotting.
want you to come and look nt our $5.00 Suits; they tiro
(.'quiil to any oH'crcd by most inorelmntH at $7.00.
Good all wool Suits at $8.00.
Our SIC, 12, 13.50, and $15 Suits in Cassi
inero, Cheviots, Thibbets, and Worsted
cannot be be beaten for style, quality or
price. We offer absolutely the best at
those prices that can be shown.
A great "catastrophe" occurred be
tween J. A. liojd and Col.C. L. Winfrey
the groat auctioneer, at the barn of tho
former on r.th avenue. It was thift waj :
A big black feline, sirnamed Thomas
Cat, had taken possession of one of tho
stalls and in some unaccoiintablo milli
ner, in hunting for choice viands, hud
stuck his head into an oyster cat.. Of
course Ilro. IJoyd and the Colonel fell
great pity for his catehip and immediat-!
ly proceeded to liberate tho "category."
Ho squirmed and squalled, ami whether
tho men profaned or not deponent say
oth not, but the evidence slmws that tho
boyBgot there by several largescratuhes.
Charley is reported jib saying something
about "darning Niagaria" while Iiro
IJoyd used an old familiar Kentucky
phrase, "that's a 'Iiob' on ne.''
It's nil the same, n flight cold, conges
ted lungs or nevere cough. Otui miniiio
eongh onroi liaiiishtliem. CJ. L. (Jotting1
To this papor h accorded a larger cir
oulation than any other paper in Web
stor county gets credit for.
Amkriuan Nkwhpai'iiii DiitECTour.
10 Spruce St , N. Y
i i. i
rtMl f wmLm
t-sL n ' iv f(mFl
never offered better
than this season. We have
Children's Suits as low as 75
means the prevention of scores
of cases of colds, coughs,
bronchitis, pneumonia, and
consumption. Wet feet do
not directly make the germs
of consumption appear in the
lungs; but they do cause
coughs and colds and inflam
mation of the throat and lungs ;
weaken the whole system. In
this condition the germs of
consumption find just the soil
in which to work.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
liver Oil, with Hypophos
phltes, is a most valuable rem
edy for restoring the system
to health before these germs
get the upper hand.
SCOTT'S r.Mt'I.SION lm been endorsed
by thu medical iirofcbklon lot twenty year.
(Wr itur doctor.) ThW ( bremme it U
always faljtaHe nluajn uniform iiluavn
(ontamt th furtit A'ortun CoJ-liver Oil
an J JlyfOfliosfJiitrs.
I'tit up In jo tent nnd f mining. Thojrtntl
slio may be enough tc cure your couch vr
help your baby.
IMIIross, .Miss .Miiinltt Welilem in.
lti.nnrli.ru J 'Mlllietlil Hill).
Kciioriers jtmy K.inien.
Mies McClelland was absent Mondny
morning on account of Biukness.
Miss Daisy Plumb visited high school
Loonard Smith taught Geometry class
Tho pupilB absent sis halt days this
torm were as follows: Dora Groat, Den
McParland, Horbort Conover, Walter
Kaloy. Charloy Port, Elmer Crono.
Miss Jessie MoKeighan visited high
Miss Lillian Smith ontortained her
BohoobruatCB Priday ovening. A vory
onjoyablo ovening was epont. The fol
lowing were present: Ada SjoNor, Edna
Henderson, Mabel Saunders, Lucy Gar
hor, Jessie Kollocg, Myitlo Kaloy, Susio
Rife, Cora Garbor, Walter Kaloy, Doug-
laa Cathor, Ron McParland, Roland
Young, Robert Mitchell, Otto Pope,
School was dismiEBtd at recess last
MisocB Holon Roby nnd Jeanotto Dilly
taught at lowor ward Thursday p. m,
MieseB Emma Cook and Trix Mizor
wero pleasant visitors Thursday p. m.
The 12th grade, on Arbor day, plantod
nn elm tree, The natnea ot each mom
her of clasB and the touchers were put
in a bottle, sealed it, and placed it at tbo
roots of the tree, Tho famous troo was
Mies McClelland on asking her ninth
grado why it waa that there was such a
reduction on tho price of horBos, one
bright littlu boy spoke up, and said:
"HooiuiBoof tho democratic administration."
MiBB Gnrber and tho Hotany class
went Hotauizing Wudneeday p. in. Thoy
diovo about twenty miles, nnd, judging
trom the specimeun tlioy brought home,
they made tho hctanizing trip into n
Hg IN SHIRTS y
try. We can beat the world, y
j Remember our shirts are all )
I rt raade full sizes, even the 3r
MjJ cheapest. We have a k
O 8reat line roin 2S to Cftft I
Kl 75 cents. Hfl
H - -
Our BULL DOG brand is yoked, and 36 inches long, made o
the best Shirtings, at 48 cents.
-Dress Shirts from 45 cents up.
We hare all the novelties in Hats. We have put on our bar
cam counter a lot of odd hats, in Stetson and other good make
Which wo aro offering at just half price to clean up our stock.
We oiler you the best SIioob tit tho prio, and give you the
same guarantee that you got olsowhoro.
We want your tradw, and havo marked our goods so that
you will buy if you give us a chance to show them to you.
WIENER, The Clothier.
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