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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1898)
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Nebraska : Mercantile
j Commeccing SATURDAY
kl Boys' Clothing on sale
prices have ever
At special prices.
Sale price $2.95.
Sale price $3.90.
Men's $6.50 All Wool
Black Cheviot Suits,
Sale price $4.45.
Men's $6.00 Brown
Sale price $4.25.
Men's $7.50 light color
all wool cahmere suits,
Sale price -4.85.
Men's $10.00 light
Sale price $7.25.
Men's $12.50 suits
Sale price $8.50
Spf Ing Hats.
At special ale pi ices
Mon's 75o Fedma h.its,
Salo price 50c.
Men's $1 00 lints
Silo price 7"i cents
Men's 81.25 nndSl.&O hats,
Sale price 91.00.
Men's and boy's shirts and
Red : Cloud : Monumental : Works.
OVERINQ BR05. & CO., Proprietors.
lMrORTKKS OK AND DEALERS IN
cersieRKL cemeTBRY aajork
Host of stock and oikinnnli p gu.iMiiitcud. 1 neiu nf !" u !' 5- t:
MORMING, MAY 7th, wc
at Special Reduced Prices.
been made tor new, desirable
lif iff iffilS t
3 tern MjEhBI
well dressed people will tell you there's
" style" without the right fit: no "ser
vice" without 'e right textures) no f satis
faction" wctl.cut the right workmanship.
Our clothing ccvmbiitas all those essentials
on a large pleasant scale, and an individual
Guarantee Ticket to back it up. It's this
spring underwear at bargain prices. We ihvite you to
are extra nice and we can save ou money on them.
KLFRBD HRDBLL, MHNHCBR.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MAY (J. 1808.
have decided to place our entire line of Men's and
In the history of Special bargain sales no such low
and seasonable goods. Lome
CYR, THE MARVELOUS.
Strongest Man in the World with the
When the John Robinson greatest of
nil American shows exhibits in Red
Cloud, Tuesday, May 10, the patrons of
this famous amusement institution will
have an opportunity to soo not only
tho strongest and most perfect athlete
over known in the history of tho world
but also a series of athletic features
such as can bu scon nowhere else on
earth. Mr. Louis Cvr, tho famous Ca
nadian strong man, who has boon so
cured by tho management of this great
est of great shows as a spocial attrac
tion during the season of 1BU8, has tho
world's record not only for this decado,
but also for all time. So fas as known
his marvelous feats of strength and
lifting have never boon equalled, and
he is beyond all question tho strongest
man who has over lived. Phyically
Mr. Cyr is a colossus. His height is
5 foot 101 inches, and without one
pound of superfluous flesh he weighs
285 pounds. Tho breadth of his shoul
ders is 27 inches, and his neck meas
urement 2.1 inches. His thigh, calf and
forearm development is equally great,
whilo his biceps, without being distend
ed, show thn icmarknhln measurement
of 21 J inches. Mr. Cyr's recoid is
equally wonderful, and uautheutieated
by no less an authority than tho New
York I'll1'!1 'I- Ami c I im r ! .
IllOst 111) 1 I .- . !if I 1 I ." 1
and see tnem.
HOY'S AND YOUTHS
Jlem Spring Suits
At Special Hargain I'i'icis.
Youths $4 grey suits
sizes 12 to 18
Sale price $2.50.
Youth's light brown
cassimere suits sizes 12
to iS former price S5,
Sale price $3.75.
Youth's all wool
sizes 12 to iS,
Sale price $4.00.
Boy's knee pants
sizes 4 to 14,
Special values at
85c, $1,25, $1.35,
$1.50, $1.75 $2.25.
Special bargains in
Boy's Mats at
ine. 1 ney
pounds deai weight with ono finger;
987 pounds tfth ono hand -,18071 pounds
with both Undsj and a clear lifting
feat ef 4,800 ounds. Theso wonderful
records havenovor been even approxi
mated, and i is doubtful if tho world
will ever agon produce a man capable
of such enonous feats of strength. All
of Mr. Cyr's eats nro astounding, but
some are paiicularly so. This is es
pecially truof his unprecedented ex
hibition of mat can be accomplished
in holding p live weight. Without
artificial ah tho Canadian hcrculcs
supports twaty-tivo mon upon a plat
form poised pon his shoulders sup
porting his romendous burden with
tho caso of a atlas, and tho steadiness
of a column f solid masonry. His dis
play of strogth with human dumb
bells and ther equally surprising
feats keep tk audience in a condition
of oxcitomei throughout his marvel,
ous porformJco. Mr. Cyr is ably as
sisted by braco Barro, tho French
Samson, whio feats of strength have
given him a'orld wide fame. In ad
dition to tbifrreat feature there is ev
ery thing tu goes to mako up a com
plete high-cls circus, menagorio and
hippodronutnd show day will be tho
big day of tlyeur.
Creamery opened up
Wo will nnor any
l) tin- Cll' 1 S Co
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l!".u (I nf roiint t'onunis-ii'iiici nut
Mniiil.iv, Apiil '.'.", piiMiiint ti ml
j'tiiinnient, with all ineiiibi'M piesmt I
I "Mowing !iiii)iiiiiui'iitH for loii'H
over-rcr weie maile ('lulu Mills furl
mad district No tU l ('. Oiiiu f-r
road ditiict No. I; F.W. Ailes for loud
dlstiict No. fill;. lames Uerrett for roul
district no 21
Hoard adjonriud to meet Tuesday at
t) a. 111.
Hoaul met Tuesday pursuant to ad
journment with all members present
The following oflleial bonds were ap
proved. S. Walz, oveiseer road dis
trict No il.V, Clayton II. Wells, ovei
seer road district No l!l; Leonard J.
I Loekridgc, overseer load district No.
!52, !. U Meyer, Constable luiivale
Commissioners ordutid a carload of
red cedar posts for usu it: county for
F. llouehin wasordcied to grade and
refill the toad 011 sections K) and II,
in Line township, to ho allowed for
such woik $8.
On motion the 01 dor of the hoaid
heiotofoioinade, February 21), lB'JS, in
I tint miiKnn et tt nnnnliut f Mm trrwl
IIIU I Hill h-fj Ml bllU 'UIIIIIU ' IIIU l W.
on section line between sections 31 and
on 1 .. in !.. i... I .....
O., lllWII O, UlllgU 1, III VjUUIUHIJII
township is amended to read as fol
lows as to tho last provision: "The
county surveyor is hereby ordotedto
discover and perpetuate tho eornors
established by County Surveyor W. E.
Thorno in the year 18t0. by planting
monuments for same and make a rec
ord theieof and provided fmthcr that
:ti soon iu said survey is established
the overseer of road district No. -lb is
lieieby nidi-red to open and work the
load : established by said survey.
It is hereby ordered and tho clerk is
hereby instructed to issue his warrant
to pay the salary of tho county super
iuteiideut and county attorney on the
fust of each quarter, beginning .July 1,
Moved and canicd that reports of
county clerk, superintendent and W.
iv t'opclaud, superintendent poor farm
lie placed on file.
itKi'ouT ok coiwrr ci.nitK.
Itcport ef .1. 1. Unit, roiititv rlerlc, of recolptN
lUiilillKliiirxuiuuiitN of cli-rk'H ortlcu for (tmrlur
ending .Murrh III, 1NI.
rec-i rt-eorileil for .Iiwmnrj if now
reek rcconleil for I clirimry irl (id
IVc rix-orilcil for March inn iu
Keen reronlliiK nfM-f-borii boiiiln 101 no
Keen clnrk of boanl ... im 00
l'een rcconlliiK oftldnt bond ij 0 00
Total receipt i! 173a to
CIcrk'Rialar; for quarter HT.-i 00
Deputy clerk' itlary for quarter 175 00
Extra clerk hire . iw 00
Total dlibnrtementa . fc.V) 00
lialancc on band April 1st ... I Ml CO
J. r. IIalk, County Clerk.
Subecrlbed and aworn to before me thW 25th
day of March, IBM.
J. II. IIailkt, Notary Public.
Report of Kva J. Cage, county tuperlntcndcut
ending April 0, 1806.
Received from II. M. Hunter f u m
Received from apportionment nj 00
Examination fees to ilaie...... n 00
lialanco on hnnd April 0 f laTaJI
Eva .1. C'ahe, Co supt
Tho following petitions wore referred
to tho bridge committee: C. A. .Jessen,
Walnut creek; II. J. Maurer, Rod
Cloud; John Hunter and others, Guide
Rock; J. II. Manloy and othors, Line.
Tho following claims woro allowed
nnd warrants 'orderotl drawn on tho
several county funds.
M. S. Martin, road work 13 00
J. II, Potter, road work 7 or,
I, 11. Watson, road work jn
V. Stoke", road work ;j r,
Henry Maurer, road work jg 00
Ana (Hirney, road work 5 m
Claton II. Mill", road work 3 jyj
Chrla Columbia, road work kj 00
W. II. Howe, road rork...... ., g m
Auttln Western Co., Repair for grader... 7 00
Tradera I.umlxr Co., lumber 3 70
Vance HorRcnuen road work 73 gj
P, llouehin, road work 78 qq
P. KtokcH, road ork 2
Wm, Iron", lumber , 33 (t
llernarii McNcny, conimHhlonvra order.. 4'ii
I. II Carr, road work . . qj
jiio. 1 opicy, ronci worn ........... . ju 35
(loo, Cnaupent, road work..
S, hmlnli, road work .. . .,
Henrvllarrl", road work
Twlura Lumber Co , lumber .
Wm lion" lumber
Or. Price's Crenm Rifdn Povvdar
M'ure tlruoc Crcini vl'I'jrt-i I'owdcr
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure (lrape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
Wm Ironx, lumber 7 10
Trader" Lumber Co , lumber .. ....... 110
Mrs. AllcuTeniiiint, rnreof poor . 10)
i:. Mufiirliuid, mdc, f r ionr 6 Pi
Tiiriiiirc llniH. iihIm for poor farm .... rt (19
Mirer fc McArtlmr mdre for poor fitrin 'Ji VI
Mler Morlliur' nule for pun- farm f 00
II M McCliirc, machinery for pour fnrtn 110 00
A. ,1. lliijex. mdo. for poor farm 15 00
Nebruckii Mer. Co., nidK-, for poor farm., n 77
K. W. Cop. Inn. calnry huj tpoor farm Ml M
1 " I 4 '
"r"'-' "" ",r ,0',r ""'"
I H limp llrriu .ml... r.ir iitmrrurtn
. fi 15
...... .......v. .... ,.......
Sherwood A AlbrlHlit, milno. poor farm 5 00
PokpI 1 lliilclilxou, harneoii for poor farm 10 75
W. II Itol y, indue, for poor larm 1.10
Inhu DudtiKer rolm for poor farm 9 0i
Slurk llroi.. fruit trees for poor farm lit 75
.!. Porter. .Ir.. Jiwtlre fee" H 2ft
Ion, Carber, liurnu for poor farm SOU)
P1it1ly.lHll.MrK Co.. locks for Jnll ... t T3
l. A. It. Post No, 71). uo of hull 3 no
C, I) HobliiMo'u, notice lltinteu paper .. , 1 r0
.1 Vance. Hilary commissioner . .. . !M 10
P i: P11 j no, Hillary ciimiiilsHloui-r .. IS 00
(icii P Webber, i alary t-oinmlhsloner 'JO (H
i: II Smith, salary commlKslouer 11 2"
Wm. A Ma), milary comiiilKdoiifr 10 sf
I.. I). Well" Jullor'a fees Wi ou
.las llurden, slump", etc, IS !'l
Ittd CI 1 Nation. Mipplli'N . . Wl s-
.1.1' llnle. uxpress ilrnjniA' and "tumps pi 7.1
Mlzer A Mi'Arihur, Mipplles poor fiirm . t) 05
Wm Woir. bliiekNinlthluK 10 7,1
i: 1 1. t'nttlliK. Mlpplles . ... I Ml
I. 11 Wells, boiirdlm? prlMincr" .. Il'lfll
II i: (irlee, paint for count) bam it 00
.1. IMI11I0, part on tax llh.. i'M 511
. A. Wlllliiins. work on count) barn. . 5 00
Statu loiirmil Co .Mippllc" i;.ri 15
Omaha PrlntliiK Co ,-upplles . 10 Pi
J.H While, extra fee" X,i tii
A.I) Itiiuney. Milnr) llrUqiinrler SOO is)
W. W Tullc)".oll . . a 111
Mitchell llros , Imrdw.trj for oor fariii . 7 (17
O. I). Robinson, pd Wells for It'iral work I l)',
1). I). Robins jii, Webster co. vs. I.. Uniini 5 00
Heur) OlKer . a (!5
Smllli PrImclrT)puirllerCo. tHpenrllcr 10T 50
C.l) llohlimoii, to lllue II 111 Lender a CO
nnlusha A Wcscoit, order of .Ma) Held . 1 00
Oinaliu Printing Co., "applies :j. ;jr,
KnJ. Cane, "alary first quarter -.'50 mi
Kva .1. Case, "tamp" and expcunes is 40
W. 8. Ashby, prlnttiiK . 1 fio
State Journal Co., supplies 'l bb
C. J. Piatt, lumber 10s 30
The following claims wero laid over.
Ilcrnard McNcuy. township warrant W8 S8
M. R. Ilentley. township warrant 43 00
Traders Lumber Co., warrant -i 25
C. J. Piatt, township warrant............... 40 00
Geo. J. Warren, warrant 50 00
Prank Kuehn, rejected .. . 4 35
Board then adjournod to meet Juno
Ono hundred and sixty acres of iitmn
proved laud four miles northwest of
Red Cloud, consisting of tho west half
of tho northeast quarter, and the cast
half of the northwest quarter of section
llfteon in township two north, range
eleven wost. Tho land is leased at
present, but subject to salo. For
terms apply to
Mrs. Jamks Kikkwooh.
Wo will pay a salary of 810.00 per
weok nnd expenses for man with rig
to introduce our Poultry Mixture and
Insect Destroyer in the country. Ad
dress with stamp I'krkkction Mpj.
Co., Parsons, Katisas.
records show cures
ST. JACOBS OIL
I OP CHRONIC CRIPPLES; AND OP I
' I BED-RIDDEN INFLAMMATORY I
. 1 CASES. THERE'S NO DENYINO, 1
I IT CURES. I
Oi. Price's Cteatii llaKIng Pmvdci
WnrUI's Fnir fiifihest Award.
j-ifun coniracrco in thosi waters.
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