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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1897.
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moius on liKsa 1'uitsoxAij.
Celebrated for Its great lavculngtrwigth and
heaUMalncro. Aiuirce the food agalust alum
and all forma of adulteration common to the
ebesD brand.. 1IOYAI. I1AK1NO I'OWDKH
CO., NKW YOKK.
Ftod Uund of Hltio Hill was here
Walter Cox was boro from McCook
Miss Webb of Omahti ts vlsltiug with
Mrs. M. R. Huntley.
Ben Ludlow was a Llucoln visitor
the llrst of tlio week.
l'abst Beer on tap at
saloon. Alwhys fresh.
Miss Dolllo Shepherdson of Rivcrton
was horo the tirst of tho week.
Lamber at cost itt Cowles, Nob.
Closing out. A. L Illdroth, Manager.
MrHs Ada Kopisch of Bluo Hill was
visiting frionds hero tho first of tho
A now sidewalk In front of Geo. W.
Lindsey's meat market is a good im
provement. Win. Crojtp, formerly a rcsldcatof
fchis ety was down from Republican
Sunday greeting old friends.
Mrs. Hussongnnd daughter Noliio of
Franklin, arrived on n vitit to Row
Hussong and family Wednesday.
Morris Storn has had tho inside of
his salwon neatly papered whiok adds
mack to tho leoks of that establish
ment. Tho oTen built for W. S. Bouse hasJ
caved in twico during Uio operation of
btfildlng. Tho third time seemed to
bo the eaarin.
Mrs. K. Skoon, formorlv of this city,
after n short visit with her sister Mrs.
F. S. Henderson returned to her homo
at Ulysses, Tuesday.
Lumber Yard for salo ohcap for cash
or will trado for good farm lands In
Webster county .A. L. Hii.ouktu,
Manager, Cowles, Nebraska.
Sick headache can be quickly and
completely overcome by using those
famous little pills known as"eWltt'8
Little Early Risers." C. L. Cotting.
n Tho Sunday schools of Pleasant Hill
township will hold a Sunday school
rally in the grove at Amboy next Sun
day, June 27th. Everybody cordially
P. A. Hansen, our popular laundry
man was in this wqek and gave us a
couple of dollars on subscription to pay
for his own and that of Androw Peter
son of Calvert, Kansas.
During the month of June I will sell
everything at reduced prices. Any ar
ticles at cost, and seme even below
cost. Come in and boo that I mean
what I say. G. A. Harbis, Cowlea,
uv. .1. M. Darby will speaK on next
Sunday evening ou "Sacred Hymns."
The lecturo will bo Intorsporsod with
music and will not oxoood over twenty
live or thirty minutes In tewgth. Lot
al ho present.
There Is an Institution in Rod Cloud,
r not so far from tho city but what it
is of easy access, whero It is asserted
both boor and whiskey is being sold,
and without the formality of anything
but a government license. Sovoral
times yoHths of this city have been
noticed to be in an intoxicated condi
tion who oould not get a drop
at a Itoensod saloon. While our
churches arc raising monoy for "tho
foreign heathen" the youth of our own
city aro on tho down road to destruc
tion. But this is enly ono of the
peculiar things of this life
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure (Irapc Cream ot Tsrtnr Powder.
.10 VEARS THE STANDARD.
Tuk Cim.F U prepared to do join
Waller Kaloy and J,oe Blair were in
Rivcrton last Sandav.
Pabst Beer on bap at the Bohemian
Saloon. Always Iresli.
J. 0. Llndley is putting iu city water
works at his restaurant.
Pabst beer on tap at Bohemian
saloon. 5 cents a glass.
Beer at wholesale at M.GO per.keg at
the Sonth Side Sample Room.
The county board has advertised fer
bids for the orection of a poor house.
Just received a car load of Studeba
kcr buggies and wagons at Petersons.
Sheriff Rrinchey ou Monday took Joe
Cummins to the insane hospital at Lin
coln. Tho earponters and other workmon
have been busily engaged this week
lixing up tho Penman buildings.
A number of our young people spent
a very pleasant afternoon yesterday
picnlcing In the grove at Amboy.
Household goods and farmturo for
sale. Inqulro at residence of O. C.
Bull, llrst door north of county jail.
When you want a nice smooth shavo
or hair cut, give Geo. Fenireo a call.
Ono door south of the Ben Ton Bakery.
G. W. Liudscy who has hcen m
Cripplo Creek for a month past look
ing after mbning tarercsts is homo
This week tho firm of Calmes & Wig
gins was dissolved by Mr. Calmos buy
ing Mr. Wiggins' interest iu tho res
Tho Union Firolnsurauco Company
is tlto best mutual. Combine risks; in
installments 8 per cent. J. H. Smith,
Postoflko hours for Saturday, July
8rd, Celebration Day, fcom 8 n.m. to
15 m., and from 0 p.m. to 7 p.m. F. W.
Cowdkn, P. M.
Elmer Huron of Philadelphia has ac
cepted a position in tho liquor house
of M. M. Stern. Ho is not a stranger
to Hed Cloud, haviug resided here
several years ago.
Married by Uev. A. G. Blackwellat
his residence ki Ked Claud on Sat
urday, Juno 10th, 1807, Mr. John H
Wilmot to Miss Uosa Campbell both
of Webster ttounty. ,.
J. H. Smith writes combined insvtr-
anco for a term of llvo yoars at 3 per
cent. On schools houses, etmrches nnd
farm property on the installment plan.
Drop him a card.at Rod Cloud, Nob.
Pension agont Porter informs us
that he is getting quite a number of
pensions reinstated that had been
dropped frm the rolls and dniug con
siderable good work for the old sol
diers. Elsewhere in this issue will bo found
a call for a meeting of the Red Cloud
Republican Club, to be held at the
court houso this evening. Back mem
ber of the club should be present and
take part in tho meeting.
Out of about, four Uindied boys who
had their girls out buggy rkllug hist
Sunday only ono was notloed particu
larly ns lie passed up and down the
street. Ho hud one of tboso Studo
hakor buggies that torson soils.
If ti republican paper would make
slighting remarks in regard to a popu
list mooting and its members what a
howl there would be, but it is all right
for an idiotic populist editor to roast a
meeting to bo hold by republicans.
At tho mealing of tho city council
last Wednesday evening it was de
cided to notify properly owners wha
have poor sidewalks to tlx Uuin up,
and if they did not fix thorn tho city
iix them and assess tho cost against
tho properly as tuxes.
A. 11. Patter, with E. C. Atkins &
Co., Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "I
have no vor before si veil a testimonial
in my life. But I will say that for
Urreo years wo have never been with
out Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy iu Uie bouse, and
my wife would as soon think of being
without flour as a bottle of this remedy
in the suraiuor soasoa. Wo have used
it with all three of our children nnd it
has never failed to cure not simply
stop pain, but cure absolutely. It is
all right, ard any ono who trios it will
find it so." For solo by H. E. Grlcc,
Tho hobo who comes into tho print
ing office aud calls for exchanges has a
now explanation for the use of them
says an exchange. When usked if ho
wanted the old papers in order to read
the society notes or to find the location
of a bath house, "Naw," hereplied, "lo
side door sleepers on dese railroads
are so dirty that we want 'em to put on
de floor to keep our clothes clean, see?
Give us Pop sheets if ycr got any; dere
softer, the aigument ain't solid nnd de
facts ain't do cold kind dat knocks us
silly; au' do points don't stick opt
enough to hurt i.h, soeT It's just like
luyin' on a pneumatic bod, I ore's m
much wind about 'em,"
Or. Price's Cream Baking Powder
K I'uie 1rope Cream J Tartar powder.
Kansas City this
Frank Dnschow uf Blue Hill was here
JohuS. Marsh of Guide Hock was
Mrs. E. K. Butrif Guide Hock was
in tho city Wednesday.
do to G. A. Harris, Cowles, Neb., for
inrts and caps at cost.
Pabst Beer on lap at the Bohemian
sti.iion. Always fresh.
Bei' at wholesale al J. 00 per lug at
the South Sldo Sample Room.
Seward Gather came it. this morn
ing from his homo in Colorado.
Mis. M. F. Jenkins mother of tho
editor of tho Argus is bore on u visit.
Buckeye binders and mowers, tho
best on earth for sale by Jus. Peterson.
Bert Llndley of Kiverton was here
tho tirst uf the week visiting relatives.
Mis. II. L. Davison of Lincoln Is hero
visliiug with tho family of J. A. 'Pul
leys. Alox Bcutley of Lincoln, a former
Bed Cloud boy was hero tho last of the
Beer sold at tho South Side Sample
Room in quantity fiom ono keg to one
day for u visit
departed last Sittur
with relatives and
friend in Illinois.
Miss Jessio Grunt of St. Joe. Mis
souri, is visiting iu the city this wock
the guest of Miss Ethel Hosaiur.
The Orange Judd Fanner uud the
American Agriculturalist Almanac to
gotlicr with Tho Chirk for $1.85.
Adam Coleman et Snutu Ann, Cali
fornia, is visiting in tho city tho guest
of C. M. Smith and Chas. Calmcu.
C. L. Cotting, solo agent, will refund
your money if not satisfied after using
one bottle of Dr. Fonners fummis modi
cino. Mrs. Allan Ayers who has been tak
ing treatment at tho Lincoln sani
tarium arrived home again Saturday
Why try to harvest your crop of
small grain with an old binder when
Jas. PetersoH soils new ones as cheap
as ho does now.
After a very short illness tho infant
datightor of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Dicker
son passed away ou Saturday night
last. The funeral services were hold
The American Agriculturist Almanac
a book which treats on hundreds of
subjects, The Orange Judd Farmer,
one of tho best farm papers published
and Tho Chisk all ono year for 11.85.
Wnlt Warren of Superior isn't mar
ried, but nevertheless the boys hero
aftor hearing the report soot a number
of congratulatory messages down to
him. Anyhow who knows but what
the rumor had some foundation and
the next time may bo true.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postofllce at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for the wookj ending Juno 24th,
These letters will be sent to the dead
letter ofllwo July 0th, if not called for
before. Frank W. Cowdbn, P. M.
Tho Firo Department are making ar
rangements to accommodate the lar
gest crowd over witnessed in Rod
Cloud on tho Fourth of July. Amuse
ments will bo on hand for all classes
from the morry-go-ground for tho
young people, bowery dance for tho
lovers of dancing and good speaking
uud other amusements for tho older
ones. If you want to have n good timn
como to Rod Cloud to celebrate.
You naturally lose flesh In
the summer and running down
Is so easy. You get a little
weaker each day without hard
ly noticing It. There is loss ol
appetite, headache, weakness
of the muscles, disturbed sleep,
weakness of memory, and these
are the beginning of nervous
prostration. Iron and tonics
and bitters may afford some
temporary relief, but what you
need Is a food for body, brain
of Cod-liver Oil with the Hy
pophosphttes, furnishes Just the
nourishment needed for those
who are run down and pale and
thin and weak. If you lose flesh
in summer take Scott's Emul
sion now. Don't wait till fall
or winter before beginning.
I'or Rule at joo. and Ji.oo by al) druiajUU
C. B. Clone was In
Fence pnsts.tlonrs, sidewalks,
sleepers, etc., will never
rot if coated with this
Will prevent contagious dis
eases iu stables and pens.
Sure death to chicken lico
nnd mites and prevents
Mice and rats will not touch
It. Sold only by
C L. Catting,
Real Estate Men.
As announced last week the party of
land buyers from tho cast arrived in
tho city on Sunday morning's train,
accompanied by 1). J. Myers and O. W.
Kuley who had gone to Orleans on Sat
urday cvoiiingtomccl tluini. On Sunday
they weroshown over the county by tho
former named gentleman nnd many
were tho complimentary remarks this
vicinity reeoived on tho uppearanco of
crons, etc., as compared with Illinois
nnd other custom states. Sovoral of
the party departed with tho avowed in
tention of roUirniug to Wobstercounty
and locating. This is only ono of the
numerous excursions of visitors that
will view Nebraska this summer nnd
Rod Cloud should do nil In Its power
to entertain them while hero umt otTor
thom Homo Inducement to return tiud
locate. Nothing speaks so well with
strangers as to bo socially received
and ably entertained.
Following is tho program of tho en
tortaiumout to bo given at tho Congre
Rational liuvcli next Tuesday orouing,
Juno 29th, by Miss Jcunetto Dilloy.
Organ Solo Bclcr Um1
UaoilhiR. ... . "Vleturof MiiretiKo."
Male (iimrtcttti "In M Madrid."
Mi'tum. AMjrlKlit, CuUIhk, Vultoa, Albright.
( a-1rlli-"TticCrio'R UuUjotiaV'
DIulecK ti Scott h-"CHdaio Uoon."
( -l)iirkle-"Whcii Do Folk Is bob'."
Soprano Solo "The Mlanlon of a Hnu."
MIm Lillian Smith.
Monologue.. .......FloerHciie From Iugomar
Mandolin aad (lultar Duet ...................Selected
Mature. Cowdeti, Mollrlde.
Humor "Mice at Pla"
Duet ................. -'Happy Thou Pate Moon"
Means. Cottlog, Albright.
Two Icanei From "Tho lllraU "
Soprano Sle... A Madrigal
Aaitdlng . Anonymous
Admission DO and 80 cents. Re
served seats on sale at Cottlug.
ttii8an Do Fisher died at her homo on
Indian crock, Juno 8th, 1807, aged 43
years, 8 months and 20 days.
Tho deceased was born in Ruin
bridge, Ptttman county, Indiann, Sep
tember 19th, 1854, and moved to Glen
wood, Iowa, iu 18041. At klio ago of
Biuotoen she united with tho linptist
church at that place and on coining to
this county in '73 she united with the
Baptist church al Red Cloud. She
was a consistent member and christian
to Uio timoof hor death, a great lover
of the houso of God aud when possible
was always found there.
During her last sickness she mani
fested great patienco. She said she
was willing, ready and soiaotlmos
almost anxious to bo tit rest and
told weoping friends not lo weop nnd
mourn for her for she was ready to
live if it was God's will and just ns
ready to go whenever Ho called for
hor, and t hor friends who cnaio in
she said: "Our meeting and parting is
almost over, hut I am ready to go nnd
I want to meet you all iu heaven."
A ureut many times duriug her last
illness, although n person who never
sang, she sang, "Jesus Lover of My
Soul," often repenting, "Other Refuge
Have I None," two or three times.
Her pastor being absent her funeral
was preached at her home by Rev.
Blackwoll, from two of her fuvorlto
texts found iu Rev. 14:18 "Blessed
me the dead which die iu the Lord
from heuofortb; Yea salth the Spirit
thev rest from their labors and their
works do follow them," also Matt. 24:44
"Thereforo be ye also ready for in
such an hour as yo think not the Son
of man comoth." After which her re
mains were convoyed to tho Indian
ereek graveyard followed by a largo
concourse of relatives and friends.
We wish to thank tho kind fricuds
nnd neighbors who so kindly aided us
during tliu sickness and douth of our
loved one and especially would wo
thank Mrs. Lea, Mrs, Scott, Mrs. Mot
calf nnd Mrs, Rauiov for their aid
MoriiKit, Sisri'.us and Biiothuu,
Dr. I'rlcc'8 Crenm Baking Powder
WW'd's Pair Hldiest Award.
8oo - PAIRS
Closing out at
1 Vkw a
and continuing up to!
will be your opportunity to purchase
Millinery Goods n
For the dates above we will place our en
tire stock in the millinery
OAT SALE AT COST !
All sizes, kinds and prices.
They are Being Sold at Cost.
MINER - BROS.
Tuesday, July 6th.
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