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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. JUNE 11, 1897.
I Hot Weather
Vests. . . .
STYLE, COMFORT, WEAR the
truety of perfect dressing Diagonals ,
Serges, Au'acas, Mohairs, Etc., just
from the factories. Nothing newer or
fresher and the prices, they would seem
less than cost if we didn't know how to
buy. Today is your day for satisfaction.
0 During the Month
1 will sell everything at
Muuy articles at cost unit some below cost,
that I mean what I any
CollIU ill mill 800 riSy
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TfB Kalby Shoe Co. m
Successors to A.li. KALBV.
See Our Ox Blod
Oxfords and Shoes.
Wf have a. Barirmin in Black Hsi
or Tmn Oxfords t $i.oo.
Butter and Eggs taken in exchange for Shoes.
All kinds of repairing neatly done.
Cincinnati Cash Shoe Store.
John Cheney i.s again seen on our
W. 11. Sholton of Bluo Hill was in tho
H. K. Bowman of Lawrence was in'
tho city Tuesday.
A number of the bicycle boys made a
trip to Riyorton last Sunday.
Hamlin's Wizard Oil company will
bo in Red Cloud tho last of thu month.
J. M. Chaflln and wife visited in
Guide Rock the foro part of tho week.
Miss Nellie Bosworth of Hastings is
visiting in tho city, tho guest of Miss
Mrs. E.J. Ducker departed for Lin
coin Monday on a visit with friends
Tho S. of V. band will givo another
of their open air concerts next Satur
Fred Donchy and son of Hastings
were visiting with C. L. (Jotting and
Bert Johnson and Lewis Broadstone,
twfo of Superior's bicyclists were in the
city Sunday on a tandem.
Rev. Solomon Bucklew, a Dunkard
minister, will preach in Red Cloud
Sunday and Monday June 18 and 14.
A marriage lioense was yesterday
granted to Fred T.Hopka of Blue Hill
to wed Mine Edith Martin of tho same
Miss Mamie Marr returned to her
home at Hlldritb, this state, after a
pleasant visit with Frank Daggett and
Krnst Welsh will next week com
mence the erection of anewbuildingon
tho site of the one which burned recently.
Tho Standard Oil Company's oil
wagon wine up from Guido Rock last
Saturday on its first trip and dis
tributed oil to this city.
Yo editor, W. L. McMillan is rusti
cating in Pnrkorsbuig, West Virginia,
his old home, this week, for which place
ho departed last Sunday.
Alllo Albright and parents arc now
located iu tho residence recently vaca
ted by Dr. MeKeoby, which Allio pur
chased some time .since.
Au entertainment will be given by
Miss Dilley in tho Congregational
church on Tuesday evening, June 30.
Further notice next week.
Sheriff Rur.chey departed Wodues
duy morning for Lincoln, having in his
charge R. A. Parsons, whom he will
toko to the Lincoln usylum.
Goo. Nowhouso wants 400 men, boys,
horses, mules and rideablo cows to join
iu the cullthumpiitn parade on tho
Fourth of July. See him for particulars.
died last Tuesday. Shu has been an
invalid for several years past. Inter
ment took place at the Scott cemetery
northwest of this city.
Yesterday one of tho participants in
the potato throwing match between
Turntire Bros, grocery store and tho
pest ofiice was unfortunate enough to
throw n potato through onoof the largo
front windows in the store. The
chances are this will break up the
game, as it is getting too expensive.
Uncle Hugh Mincrwasquitoseriously
injured this week while assisting to iix
n ounip at the residenco of Hugh Miner
Jr. ,Tho pump had boon raised partly
from the well and slipped back striking
hiimon the top of tho head, cutting
quite a severe gash. Dr. Heck was
railed to repair the Injury, but Uncle
Hugh will be compelled to remain
Indoors for a week or two.
At the regular meeting of tho school
board last Monday evening the follow
ing teachers were selected for tho noxt
year in rooms in tlielr respective
order: Prof. Kclley of Ord, this state,
superintendent. Second Ward, Miss
Tilla McClelland, principal, Mrs. J. A.
Baum, Mrs. Caso, Miss Lindley, Miss
Kemsberg. First Ward, Goo. Overing,
principal, Miss Wiedeman and Miss
Marker. Kindergarten, Miss Grace
Garber. Prof. Kelley is one of the
tnostnblo instructors in the state, and
comes well recommended, and no
doubt next year will see a marked ad
vane la the Red Cloud schools.
The McKcighan memorial committee
consisting of Judge Thompson of
Grand Island, Judge Garrett erf Hold
rege, and Johu Winters of Red Cloud,
met at Hastings last Monday and de
cided to hold memorial services iu
honor of the late William A. McKeighan
in that city on Tuesday, tho 20th of the
present month. Tho memorial exercises
will be held at two p.m., and Hon. W.
J. Bryan, Governor Holcomb and other
prominent men aro expected to be pres
ent. The monument committeo will
hold a mce.ing in tho forenoon of the
Hnino day, when arrangements will be
perfected for collecting a fund for the
erection of a moxument to mark the
resting place of the former congressman.
Deputy Sheriff Heiglo this morning
received a telegram from Guide Rock
stating Unit some time Thursday night
thieves bad entered tho stable of J, II.
Crary living north of Guide Rock, and
stolen a team, buggy and harness. It
is supposedly the sainu parties who
entered tho residenco of G. R. Chancy
on Wednesday night, and stopped all
day Thursday at the seliou! house near
the Doyle plnro between here and
Guide Rock until about six o'clock In
the evening. The team taken aro both
chesnut sorrels, weight about 1100
pounds each. Deputies Keiglo and Foe
immediately started in pursuit on re
ceipt of tho news, but up to the time
of going to press nothing has been
heard from them.
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Bhotild be In rcry family
medicine chut ami titty
traveller's grip. They are
lTlubU when taa itenitch
U out of order) cur riMdacli. bllloutDM. and
all llnr treubUk Mild and dtoU M cwU,
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T. K. Penmuu bus commenced fixing
up the building at present occupied by
the Kuloy Shoo Company, which will
be occupied by W. S. Honse in tho year
11. W. Gulllford is removing the
small buiidiugs in the reur of the old
Cook drug store on Fourth avenue to
the vacant lots east of Hcnrv Cook's
residence ami will remodel them into a
Candidates for county olllces muy ho
expected to soou be ripe, although at
present some tire too green to be
picked. From present indications this
year will see thu largest crop tho
county has ever produced.
Mrs. G. W. Dow, Mrs. J. W. Slier-
wood, Mrs. J,W. Warren and Mrs.H.A.
Howard returned Friday inurniug from
Inavale where thoy had been iu atteti.
dance at the county convention of the
W. O. T. U,
Miss Susan H. Fisher, a sister of T.
II. Fisher living northwest, of this city,
DeWltt'4 Little Early Risen,
Not. the leant enjoyable part of Uie
graduating exerciseH wuh the Alumni
banquet and the entertainment given
to the graduates by tho now senior
class. Friday evening after gradu
tiontlie graduates, teachers and alum
ni to to the number or tuirty-Hve
gathered at the Musonio Hall where
a sumptuous feast won spread. There
wax music and laughter, and then the
feast, after which a number of toasts
were given in tho Alumni's owu way.
Everybody present voted it the best of
the Alumni banquets. Not to bo out
done the juniors, senior s now, on Sat
urday evening entertained tho gradu
ates after an original fashion of their
own at the same place. The hall wuh
tastefully decorated for the occasion
and for the moiuont the grave and
reverend izraduatos doffed their itravo I
waya to revel in the beauties and tho
happy entertainment of their juniors.
Speaking of social nrrangomoutH we
wish to remark that tho bnuquet
spread for the Alumni by Craus &
CalmoH was perfect and n masterpiece,
Everything was iu perfect taste and
thoserviee was exceilet.
Fourth of July Program.
Following is the program of the
Fourth of July celebration to be held
In Red Cloud.
One hundred and twenty-one guns
At 10 o'clock procession forms nt
Fireman's hull and march to Kim street
thence south to Fourth avenue, llioucu
west to Seward street, thence south to
Second avenue, tlioneuoaet to Webster
street, thence north to sixth avenue,
thence x est to court, house grove. Pro
cession forms in the following order.
Mayor and city council In carriages.
Red CloudS. of V. band.
Spi ;ik or and escorts.
Red Cloud tire department and visit
ing departments, in charge of chief of
Red Cloud Flro department. J. W.
Business men's display.
Representation of states by young
ladles, in charge of Prof. L. S. Wilson.
Caliluumpians, under command of
Captain G. W Newhousc,
Citizens in carriages. '
Uncle Nam In costume.
Arriving at the, court house there
will be music by the S. of V. band.
Meeting called to order by Randolph
McNnt master of ceremonies.
Piaj er by Rev. Jus. M. Darby.
Song by gleo club
Oration by Elmer U. Ovcremuu,
Music by S. of V. baud.
The afternoon will le devoted almost
entirely to sports. Program as follows:
Music by S. of V. bund at 2 o'clock.
Hose race open to any compauy.
Grand water light. First prize $10;
second prize (5.
Fat man's race must weigh twe
hundred pounds uud be U5 yours old.
First !).M; second $1.60.
Hoys race, to be not less than ono
hundred yards. First prize $0X0:
Catchiug greased pig catcher gets
Climbing greased pole $2.50 on top
Arrangements have been made to
give a public exhibition of tho lire de
partment at work on a tire, and sumo
timo iu the afternoon an empty build
ing will be ci lire and an alarm turned
in. The timo of this event will be
secret even to niejnlern of the lire department.
To the largest dclogation from any
civic society will be presontod an ele
gant fifteen foot United States gag.
Three hundred uud seventy-live dol
lars worth of (ire works which have
been purchuscd will bo displayed at 8
With Its beauty and grandeur reveals
to thu tourist each year some new liar
mony. Thero is no place in America
where the summer tourist could spend
ids time morn profitably than at this
world famed cataract. The Nickel
Pinto road with Its solid trains, thro'
sleeping car service, and unexcelled
dining car service between (Chicago
New York and Boston is the recognized
highway to this resort. With the now
train service which bocomes effective
Sunday, Muy 30th, a stopover of ten
days will be given on both lirst and
second class tickets to patrons who de
sire to visit the falls. Trains leovo
Chicago daily at 10:30 a. in., U;05 p. m.
and 10:15 p. in.
Mr. J. Y, Callahan, General Agent,
HI Adams St., Chicago, III., will be
pleased to furnish all Information in
regard to stopover, etc.
An exchange remarks: 'When you
notice n man digging in the garden
very slowly, stopping often to rest, it is
safe to suy hois making llower beds
for his wife, but if ho is working UIk a
Turk nnd scarcely slacks up to catch
his breath you can hot your boots he Is
digging worms tor Halt."
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DISTRIBUTION OF SAMPLES
pt Dr. Hobb 5mw
Pills, The Universal Medicine
lor all KMney Troufclea
at Chas. L. Cotting's
FOR SEVEN DAYS ONLY.
o'clock p.m., from n stand uear the
fireman hall. This is tho greatest dis
play of tire works ever given in this
country. Wo desire to impress upon
your minds the fact that this will bo tho
greatest Fourth of July celebration in
the republlcaa valley this year and
you cannot nlTord to miss h. The
oration will bo the host over delivered
in tho valley on an occasion of this
kind. All sports will bo of first class
character. The exhibition pieees in
display of lire works will surpass any
thing ever used in this valley. We
want yon all to come and have the best,
timo you over had anywhere.
The following from the Dixon, (III.)
Star, will doubtless apply equally as
well to Red Cloud girls: "Tuotir P
of the Dixon girl are small, tapei
iug and beautifully shaped; their i i
are as brilliant asand thoy aro
without u in tills or uny other gj their
forms are like 4f, and their figures ex.
.... 'cltollof pleasure and a longing -
Or. Price's Creaa Beklag Powder tli-io Il'.-i1 this ; caiefnlly ami do
WetH'a Pair tHjfceet Award. not ? iw i eliabl1iy.
JULIUV HOIM. U. D.
Chas. L. Cottlug, the well known
druggist of this city has tho reputation
of ottering to patrons those goods only
which aro known to produoo satisfac
Learning of tho marvelous worth of
Dr. Hobbs Sparaaus Kidney Pills, as
evidenced by the endorsement of cured
patients ami urnggists, Unas i,. uot
ting made arrangements with the
Holibs Remedy Co., to give, absolutely
free of charge, to every person in this
vicinity who may bo interested, an op
portunity to test the value of these
Pills as uu agent for tho speedy cure of
all forms of k'.dnoy diseases aud allied'
Dr. Hobbs asserts that bo has dis
covered a remedy in hki Sparagus Kid
neyTills, that will positively uure the
most insidious and common of all com
plaints which is wrecking men and
women by tho scoie daily, viz: Kidner
Dlsoase, except where tumors and ul
cers have formed, requiring surgical
operation, t-JZl i
For one week from the date of this
publication, Mr. Cottlng will give away
FREE OF CHARGE
to any person who will'call for a sain,
pie box of Hobbs Sparagus Klduoy
With each box will be found a litllu
book on tho functions of thu Kidneys,
giving Just such information as is tie.
sired or needed by those suffering
from weak kidneys and urinary dlhT
No ouo who Ik iiffected by Kidney
Diseases and allied troubles, should
neglect this opportunity. It is offored
to enable you to judge of the merits of
the Roineily. Yen do not have r.o r,aKo
ynvones opinion but your own. It
will cost you only the ask In if.
FOR FREE SAMPLES, CALL ON
CllAH. L. CorriNM, Druggist,
lied Cloud, Ne Or.
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