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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JUKE 18, 1897.
MOKE OU 1KSS PKHSON'AIj.
I'eHbriitcil for lt gtvat HftvetiliigHrciiRtli and
li:it1lhfiilnc. Aimures the food nunlrutfllum
ami nit foiiiw of flilulUrnlloa common to the
rhi-ftti brands. HOVAI, IIAKINO I'OWWKIt
Mrs. I). K. McFarland is visiting In
V. K. Jackson and wife arc visiting
In the city.
O. H. Truniun of Superior was in the
Miw Julia Murphy left Momlny for
McCook for a visit.
Will Duckor returned home from
Lincoln this morning.
P.ibst Beer on tap at the Hohemlan
saloon. A I whys fresh,
Miss Nellio Kaloy departed Tlmrs
day morning for Tecumsch on a visit.
Miss Clulstio Weidoinnn returned
last Tuesday from an extended visit
at Atlantic, Iowa.
Karl Tennaul of Franklin was in tlio
city this week visiting with relatives
and tenowliig old acquaintances.
Arthur McKeo has resigned his posi
tion at the Holland House and Roy
O.itman can now be found in his stead.
Miss Nellie Wcsjl returned last Sun
day from Falls City whero she has
been touching during the past school
The Missus Lla.ionnd Alice Uotsfoud,
of Parsons, Kansas, arc in the city
visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. I). Rosier.
Miss Loin Pope leturnod from Lin
coIh Wednesday whero kho has been at
tending the commencement exercises
of the state university.
Mrs. Geo. Loming, who has been
visiting with Win. Parks and wife for
some time past, returned to her liojan
at Gillette, Wyoming, Tuesday.
Sick huadaelu) ran bo quickly and
completely ore. coma by using those
famous little pills known as "DoWitt's
Littlo Early Risers " C. L. Cotting.
Mrs. E.il. Duckor returned from Iin
coin Wednesday where she has boon
visting friends and lclntives and also
in attendance at the commencement
exercises of tho slate university.
Wm. Parkes and wifo left last Toes
day morning for an extended summer
visit at Colfax, Iowa. Mr. I"s. health
has been failing for some time and he
goes hoping to be benohttcd by a
change of climate.
Elmer Curran, of Philadelphia, will
arrive in the city tho foropait of the
week, and be found holding down lii.s
old position as bin tender at M. M.
Sterns. Elmer's old friends will all be
glad to sco him among us once more.
C. W Raloy returned tho fore pait
of the, week from Lincoln whero ho
hait been in at tendance at nmnienee
liuiii oxortdscs of the state university
and a meeting of the state board of
regents of that institution. C. W.
will not spend the summer in Ohio as
stale in last week's paper, but instead
will be found attending to business at
Ids old stand in this city.
Hob MoHride while exploring tho
cellar under the (Jalusha i&'WpscoU
store whcrolie went to lower one of tho
windows to keep out the rain, fell over
the body id a in.m with his head
and face horribly crushed, almost be
yond recognition., and tho chest alio
broken In and both amis nlV, "Pat's"
first Inclination was to go sit aight
up through the lloor, but stopped to
take a second look, and since then no
mire old broken clothing dummies are
allowed to lay around looo.
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
A. Morhart was in Raa City this
1). C. .Jenkins was in Superior Wed
nesday. TitK Chirk U prepared to do yum
A. C. llosmcr was in Blue Springs,
this state, this week.
Tabst beer on tap at Bohemian
saloon. C cents a glass.
Beer at wholesale at 12 CO per.kog nt
the South Side Sample Kooiu.
T. E. Penman this week removed his
jewelry store to the Cook drug storo.
Just received a car load of Studoba
ker buggies and wagons at Petersons.
C. C. Cox left this morning for a visit
with Itis sun Sidney Cox, at Plattsvllle,
Born To Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Sow
ter, on Friday morning, June 11th, a
lino baby girl.
Mrs. L 11. Fort and son Charles ie
turned Monday from a visit at Davi n
.Joe Nan was in city Wednesday, on
routo to Ransas City, where li o is
loeatvd at present.
Mrs. Jos. Williams of lHoominglon
arrived in tho city Friday and will re
side hero iu the future.
Miss Ella Uemsborg returned homo
from Denver last Sunday morning to
spend tho summer vaoutiou.
Household goods nod furniture for
sale. Inquire at rwidonco of O. C
Bell, lirst door north of comty jail.
When you want a nice smooth shavo
or hair cut, give Geo. Fciitreo a call.
One door south of tho Hon Ton Bakery.
Harry Conovor will sart tomorrow
on an extended business ami pleasure
trip in Missouri, Iowa, Illinois and
Mrs. Nellio llos worth, who has been
visiting with Miss Jennie Hell the past
week returned to her homo in Hastings
The Uuivn Firelusiiranue Company
is the best mutual. CoKibino risks; in
installments 8 per ocnt. J. II. Smith,
Miss Stella Duckor returned homo
Wednesday evening from Miudon,
where she has been tcachiigsuhool for
the past .school year.
The lied Cloud boys die hard. Yes
terday they wunt to Blue Hill again to
play ball and got beat by a score of 14
to '22. Reop on boys, you may beat
them after while.
J. II. Smith writes combined insur
ance for a tdrm of (ire years at : per
cent. On schools houses, churches find
farm property on the Installment plan.
Drop him a card at Hod Cloud, Neb.
The firm of Crans & Calme.s dis
solved partnership this week, MrCraus
sellitig his interest to A. II. Wiggins.
Tho new firm will bo found at the old
stand under the firm name of Calmcs
T. K. Pun man has had a force of car
penters and iniwoiH at work this week
on tho building occupied by tim R iley
ShooCompnu and will have it ready
for occupancy by the Bon Ton In the
Out of about four hundred boys who
liail their girls out buggy riding last
Sunday only one was noticed parlicM
larly as lie pusoed up and down the
street. Ho had one of those Stude
baker buggies that Peterson sells. Buy
one and lie iu the push.
Dr. (J. E. McEeoby departed last
Tuesday for his new home at Guthrie,
Oklahoma, where he will practico medi
cine in tho luture. Dr. F. E. remains iu
this city and will bo found at the old
stand, attending to the wants of any
one needing medical assistance.
Joe Cummiiigs was arrested last
Monday on the cbargo of iusiuit.y, and
after an examination was adjudged in
sane, and tinned ovur to Sheritl
Hunuhcy for safe keeping until room
could he made for him at Lincoln, to
which plaeo he will be taken iu tho
The Sunday school picnic hold at W.
A. May mini's giove, four miles south
west of this city last Sunday was a very
pleasant and enjoyable atl'alr, and was
largely attended by Sunday school
workers from the schools of tins city
and other country schools. The day
was all that could be asked for for n
lirst class tune, and with plenty to eat
everybodj enjoyed themselves hugely.
The past week has booti tho lirst roal
growing week of the seanou, and all
classes of vegetation liavo taken ad
vantage of it, and especially the weeds,
which iu many places have practically
overgrown tho sidewalks. This is one
thiug that a property owner should
not allow. A few minutes work with a
soy the,',or if you can't get a sjethegot a
boo, will cut down all tho woods on tho
property and to the gutter along tho
street, aud no doubt the city will do
tho same us in tho past, mow the sides
of streets. If 3011 haven't got time to
( do it yourself there are plenty of hoys
. in thu city who would bo glad to do it
for you for a small sum.
F. V. Taylor was In Lincoln this
Chas. McMillan left for Superior
Mrs. C. F. Cat her leturued this week
Fred Rogers of Wjniore was In tho
liiu Mi'Cill was up fiMin Guide
It k Saturday.
(lo to 0. A. Harris, owlos, Noli., for
hats and caps at cost.
P.tbst II. ur on tap at the Bohemian
saloon. Always fresh.
Beer at wholusalo at W.W) per keg at
thu South Side Sample Room.
Buckeye binders and mowers, tho
best on earth for sale by Jas. Peterson.
Beer sold at the South Side Sample
Room in quantity from one keg to one
Mrs. Al. Gallium and children re
turned Thursday evening from a visit
Hugh Goblo of Hohlregc, a relative
of our townsman F. E, (Soldo, is visit
ing In the slty.
Tho Orange Judd Farmer and the
American Agriculturalist Almanac to
gether with Tho CniKK for W.an.
Ucr. Solomon Bueklew, the Duukard
preacher, occupied the Congregational
Church pulpit lalSutiday ovoniug.
Rev. Father Scaulan, of Concordia,
formerly of this place, was In tho city
this week visiting with his old friends.
C. L. Cotting, solo agent, will refund
your money if not sntislied after using
one hottlo of Dr. Fenners famous niedi
Cards are out annnunolngthocoming
wedding of Chas. II. Raley to Miss
Susie Man Rifu next Wednesday, Juno
Why try to harvest your crop of
small grain with an old binder when
Jas. Peterson soils new ones us ohcat
as he does now.
Headmaster Wilbiiru has had tho
fence around his residence painted and
fixed up and otherwise improving the
premises and at present thoy present a
very neat appearance.
Tb American Agriculturist Almanac
a book which treats on hiuilrcds of
subjects, The Orango Judd Farmer,
one of the best farm papers published
and The Ciiikk nil one year for $1.85.
Thorn will be a union meeting of tho
different young peoples' societies at
tho Congregational Chinch, Sunday
evening, June 20th, at 7 o'clock.
Topic, "Tho Worth of Well Choson
This section was treated to gonulno
sou'u ester of dust on Thursday oven
ing, aud tho air was so full Ransas soil
that it was impossiblo to sco more thnn
ten feet. Several thought i cyclono
was upon us and made a run for the
Plans were drawn, ptosonted nnd
adopted by tho board of county com
missioners this week for tho erection
of a poor house on the poor farm north
west of this city. Tho plans adopted
are for a eommdious building two
stories high aud large enough to ac
commodate all who wish to go there.
The Ladles Aid Society of thu Con
gregational church havn seuurcd tho
services of Mrss JauotteDilley,aiid will
glvo a musical aud elocutionary en
tertainment at tlio Congregational
ohurcli, Tuesday cvoniig, Juno 20th.
Miss Dilley has greatly improved in
this lino during tlm past year aud this
will be a rare treat for tho public.
Program and prices will bo announced
so common In summer-time,
accompanied by loss of energy,
lack, of thought-power, means
a deficient supply of nourish
ment. The vital force is lost.
It isn't aquestlon of muscle and
sinew, but of resistance and
endurance. At any ige, but
especially In youth, It Involves
the risk of lung disease. Loss
of flesh and a cough are threat
of Cod-liver Oil, with tho hypo
phosphites, meets these cases
perfectly. It tones up, fattens
In Scott's Emulsion the taste
of the oil is fully disguised,
making It almost as palatable
Far U t o. aad ti.o. br all drugglit.
orr Bowse, U(k. Ch.mi.u. New York
Fence pints, lloors, sidewalks,
sleepers, etc., will never
rot if coated Willi this
Will prevent contagious dis
eases iu stables and pens.
Sure deatli lo chicken lice
and mites aud pi events
Mice and rats will not touch
it. Sold only by
. . Cotting,
Ol'Ha AND KXl)a.
Low (iieeulecof Blue Hill was in tho
Oliver Hedge was iu Ransas City the
fore port of the week.
Pabst Beer on tap at the Bohemian
Saloon. Always fresh.
Randolph McNitt was in Lincoln
this week on legal business.
Lumber at cost at Cowles, Neb.
Closing out. A. L. Hlhlroth, Manager.
Dr. Danieroll was In the city this
week looking after some of his old
Tho board of county commissioners
aru iu session this woek ns a board of
Miss Nellio Reed of Campbell was
visiting in thu city this week tho guost
of Mrs. Jas. 1) u id on.
Tho building recently vacated by
Thos. Penman is being raised to the
grade level of tho street.
C. Wiener went to Denver Wednes
day iu rcsponso to a telegram an
nouncing the serious illness of his
O. C. Bell and family will remove to
Lincoln tlio lirst of next month, at
which place they will reside iu the
Geo. P. Gather mado this olllce a
pleasant call this week and ordered
the (J real Family Weekly sent to his
address for another year.
Lumber Yard for sale cheap lor cash
or will trade for good farm lands in
Webster county. A. L. Hii.nitFni,
Manager, Cowles, Nebraska.
Riley Lewis, u former Red Cloud
resident, but who lias been living iu
the eastern part of tho state for some
time, returned to this city tlio foro
part of the week
During tho mouth of Juno I will noil
ovory thing ut reduced prices. Any ar
ticles ut cost, and feomo oven below
cost. Come in nnd woo that 1 mean
what 1 nay. (J, A. IIaiuuh, Cowles,
It is reported that Bert Carpenter
appiopriated a bicycle belonging to
Roy Crawford, at tho Sunday school
picnic last Sunday and started to leave
the country, but punctured thetiieund
left the wheel near tho bridge whole it
was found Inter.
Agiiculture Is ngain becoming pop
ular iu thibcountry,and the tendency to
abandon the farm for tho city is being
rapidly checked. No class of citizens
in tlio United Statos liavu been so pros
perous iu tlio past your as the farmers,
ad the outlook is for equal prosperity
dining tlio coming season
Tho Webster County A11ti.lI0r.se
Thlel and Mutual Protective Associa
tion liavo ottered an additional $50 for
the capture of the prisoners who es
caped at thu river bridge, This with
Shi'iill Runclioy's reward of $ft() mak
ing a total of $100 is an inducement
for their capturn whicli may yet land
them iu the Webster county jiil,
Next Sunday morning a party of land
bujeis will arrive fumi Illinois and
other eastern points, aud under tlio
sniiervlsion of John Myers our rusiliua
leal estate man. will look over thu
country with a view to locating. Mr.
Mvoisls dosorvinir of ijreat credit for
the interest lie is creating iu tlio east
for iMourasKa unu especially lor hou
'I ho Fire Department has mado at-
langements with the owners of tho
merry-go-round, located at Lebanon,
to bring their machine hero on the
Fourth of Julv. 'lhe bovs had con
biderable trouble to induce them to
come but nro bound to get enough at
traction to induce tlio people to conio
and insure them of a good time nftcr
thoy got liere. If you want to have a
good time come to Rod Cloud to cele
brate List of lottors remaining uncalled for
at tho postoflieo at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending Juno 18th,
Cleudenen, Wm. Leldlo, John
Hlchaidson.Geo.M. Wray, 1. A.
Those letters will bo sent to the dead
letter olllco July Vnd, If not called for
before. t'ltANK W. C'OWIIKN, P. M.
- OR m m
to buy Good Goods
Wiener's Going Out
for the business will be turned over to other
parties in July.
This Money :
Hats and Caps,
'.-.,. Boots and Shoes,
; v Groceries,
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Our Stock is the Largest in theTlity.
We call your attention this week
to our line of Queensware.
Have you tried the Magic Hose Supporter?
For Men, Women and Children. The
best hose supporter ever offered.
at Cost Prices at
of Business Sale,
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