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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1898)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY. MAY 27. 1898.
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wholesome and delicious.
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Sewing machines at Miner Bros.
Randolph McN'itt returned last week
from a trip to Grand Island.
Gus Boats made a largo shipment of
cattle to Kansas City this week.
Tho latest Satnu.oon won't Dewey
thbg but Schley all those Spaniards.
Carpets cut to match ami tit rooms,
with or without border. Mineu Bitos.
Mrs. Lydia Hyde of Oregon is hero
the guest of Geo. J. Warren and fam
ily. C. W. Kaley was in Hardy tho firs
of tho week looking after property in
terests. Charley McCarl of McCook who is
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Stylisl) I Ml
Pite in If if '
You may buy a pair of Dutchess Wool
Trousers at $2, $2.50, $3, $3.51),
$4 or $5 and wear them two months.
For every suspender button that comes
off we will pay you ten cents. If they
rip at the waistband we will pay you
fifty cents. If they rip in the seat or
ekewhere we will pay you one dollar
or give you a new pair. . . 0 0 0
B?st in tb? World Try Pair
Wo how tint KVCLL'SIVK SAM', of tlu-o punts
in Bed Cloud. '1 lii'J ale t lie only
palit to bll.
Remember we have IWTY MORI: CLOCLS
TO (II VE AWAY.
Galusha & Wescott.
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Sun our book oth-r.
Carpets at Miner llrus. Full line
Ho to Butler for tlie best in sadillfi-y
nml wiiulow cur-
Now wall paper
talna at Cottlngs.
rrcachiuR at Amboy Sunday aftor
noon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Tuoa. Brakolield was iu BIodiii
ington tho first of the week.
Tho W. C. T. U. will meot with Mrs.
E. B. Warner during tho month of
A Colortypo picturo of tho battle ship
Maine 10x25 Riven with a new sub
scription to The Ciiikk.
Minor Bros, will in tho near future
put in a full lino of furnituro and
queensware. Wait for them.
Maggie Fleck, who has been visiting
with Harry Conover and family, left
Monday for Six Lakes, Michigan.
SLtirilT Wells returned Saturday noon
from Grand Island but was unsuccess
ful in locating tho man Gordon, whom
ho was after.
There will bo no preaching services
at tho Methodist church next Sunday. J
Sunday school at 11:30 a.m. Junior
Got our prices on carpets. All
kinds and at tho lowest prices. Elo
gantlinoof samples and largest stock
iu thocity to select from. Mineii Bko3.
A now subscriber, or an old subscrib
er, who pays a year in advanco of Feb
ruary 14th, 1893, will receive two good
books. Bead advertisement on anoth
Mrs. Thomas, Mis. Smith, Mrs. Fink
cabindcr and Mrs. Brandt will leave
Saturday morning for Sapervillo, Illi
nois, to attend tho annual gathering of
A crayon lithograph of Miss Francis
E. Willard, a eoiortypo of tho Maine,
a wall tinned or pocket map of Cuba,
any ono of these to a subscriber paying
us a dollar, in advance for I he Chief.
Wo will for tho next ton days supply
any ono paying us a year in advanco on
The Chiek with a Colortypo picture of
tho battlo ship Malno, size Ux25; ready
for framing. Those aro lino and you
ahould got ono at onco. Copies can be
bad also for SO cents in cash.
Bead our free book oiler.
CJ. M. Caster was hero this week.
John Cununings was iu Kansas City
1. E. Goble is painting his rcsidoncc
property ou Soward street.
A new culvert has boon put in at tho
junction of Third avonuo and Soward
Mrs. J. II. Darling was visiting her
brother, Walter Warren, at Superior
tiie first of tho weok.
Miss Lulu Burt of Campbell has
been tho guest of Miss Pearl Ludlow
for several days past.
Miner Bros, this week received their
first shipment of furnituro for their
new furniture department.
Bov. Bandall, a former pastor of tho
Methodist church hero, now of Blue
Springs, was iu tho city this wcekj tho
guest of C. B. Crono and family.
L. A. llussong of tho Christian
church is to preach tho Baccalaurcato
sermon for tho graduating class of tho
Guidu Bock schools, MuyfcQOth, at 8
o'clock p. in.
J. C. Warnor and wifowill startnext
Monday on an extondedl tripoast.
Thoy will first visit tho Omaha Expo
sition nnd then visit in Michigan, Now
Jersey and other states.
A largo number hnvo'in tho past two
or thrco months paid thoir obligations
to us and received sonio good books by
doing so. Wo liavo still a nico,lino of
books hut thoy won't last long.
V. II. Scrivnor, realestato man,
will sell your farm for you for a rea
sonable per cont, or will trado your
farms for Missouri lands. Address, V.
II. Scrivner, Bed Cloud, Nobr.
ly roused trom a n- ,. j .......
uraketnan open a door and shout
uimulwl to her like "Belva. drt
Her indignation was only coolrd r
when the train stopped at a sr.iall
hearing the name Belvldere.
well known hero was killed by tho cars
at Akron j esterday.
Douglas Cather has gone to Chey
enne, Wyoming, where ho has accepted
a position with the B. & M.
The Lincoln Mixed l'aints is made in
tho west for tho western climate. It
stands tho test. Sold by Cotting.
Miner Bros, handle the best sewing
machine ou the market. Guaranteed
for 5 years, price $'10. Call and seo It.
Adorn your walls with a 111x25 pic
turo of tho Maine. Given to any one
who will pay us a dollar in advance for
100,000 sweet potato plants for sale.
Early Jersey and Southern Queen. In
quiro of Mrs. Henry Diederich, Bed
A good many are Mill in arrears on
subscription who might juit as well
pay up now and take advantage of our
oiler of premiums.
Dont buy iUeenswaic or furniture
until seeing the stock of Miner Bros
which will arrive iu a few days. They
can save you moucj .
J. II. Smith writes combined insur
ance for a term of live years at 3 per
cent. On schools houses, churches and
farm property on the installment plan.
Drop hill) a card at Bed Cloud, Neb.
For llnincscoker's excursion dates
via the Missouri, Kansas & Texas rail
way, and information of their tourist
sleeper arrangements, address (J. A.
McNutt, 1). I A., 1011 Union avenue,
Kansas City, Mo,
A Bed Cloud dealer advertises a line
of carpets that "cannot bo beaten."
They ought to meet with a great sale.
If in addition to this his carpets cannot
be "shaken" his goods will meet the
approval of every nriu and boy m the
county. Guide Bock Signal.
I have been a sullerer from chronic
diarrhoea ever since the war anil hao
used al kinds of medicines for it. At
last I f uiiil one remedy that has been
a .success as a cure, and that is Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
remedy. 1. K Guisiiam, Guars Mills,
La. For sale by II. E. Grico.
The gentlemanly ngent of tho North
western Yeast Co. is around again with
tho little yellow samples of Yeast Foam,
This company aro tho largest yeast
manufacturers in tho world. Yeast
foam has boon on tho market over
twenty years without an equal as a
healthful bread raiser and is exten
sively used in all parts of tho United
States. Everybody is familiar with tho
good qualities of Yoast Foam.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postoflico at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending May 20th,
Chonoy, Edd Chorn, W. C.
Chorn, Mrs. H. E. Clark, Mary It.
English, W. C. Johnson, D. E.
Perkins, I. S. Phumway, G. L.
Pruitt, O. P. Ruth, Win.
Theso letters will bo sent to the dead
letter olllco Juno Uth, if not called for
before. When calling for above plcaso
say advertised. T. C. Hackek, P. M.
R0Yt tAmtiO POOttfl CO.. MW YOKK.
MORE OR JLE8S PERSONAL..
Fred Goro, who deliberately miir
dercd James Amis at Lebanon n couplo
of years ago and was sent to tho reform
school at Hutchison for a term of three
years, has been released after serving
about half of his time. It is not stated
whether tho gun with which ho killed
Amis was returned to him or not.
I Tested and Tried I
For 25 Years
Would you fool porfeotly
eafo to put all your monoy
in a now bank? Ono you
bavo Just board of?
But bow about an old
bank? Ono tbat baa dono
buslnoBB for ovor a quartor
of a oontury ? Ono that baa
always kopt lta promlsos?
Ono that novor foilod ; novor
xnlslod you In any way?
You could truBt auoh a bank,
HYFOPHOSPHITES la Just J
Of COD-LIVER OIL WITH
It has novor
J. O. Butler's goods are up-to-date.
Oliver Hedge was iu Kansas City
Elmer Crone ami Ben McFarland
have gone to Omaha.
The president has issued a call for au
additional 7c, 000 votuutcirs.
Our now attorney, K. U. Overman is
now located in the Moon block.
Harness Mini will wear, keep its
shape and look neat is the kind made
by J. O.Butler.
Miner Bros, carry the most complete
lineof carpets iu thocity. Seo them
before you purchase and save money.
Good workmanship and material
in harness is the .same as in other
goods. J. O. Butler's goods have both.
Tim: Cinr.r, a set of Christy pattern
knives, and a bound book, all for one
subscription paid iu advance. Sub
Tho Union Fire Insurance Company
is the best mutual. Combine risks; iu
installments !1 per cent. ,1. H. Smith,
When you want carpets give us a
call. We have largest stock iu the
city and can save you money on any
thing you want in the carpet line.
Mi. Clyde L. Olmstcad and Miss
Hattie B. Mills were married at the
home of the bride's parents near Covvlcs
last Friday, Rev. James G. Day of
ficiating. The newly marrie 1 couple
left immediately after the ceremony
for Hastings where they will make
their future home.
To anyone paying $1 iu advance for
Tim: CiiMir we will .send postage paid
two portfolios, size 1011 inches, each
containing 111 beautiful reproductions
of photographs with descriptions por
traying the battle ships of tho Ameri
can navy. Extra portfolios can be ob
tained for ten cents each. A sample
portfolio can be seen at this otllce.
A very pleasant marriage ceremony
in which Mr. Dennis Finn of Akron,
Colorado, and Miss Anua Havel of this
city wcro participants took place at tho
Catholic church on Wednesday, Bov.
Father McKonna officiating. Both of
tho young people are well and favor
ably known hero having resided hero
for man; years. The Cuikk extends
Many old soldiers now feel tho effect
of tho hard sorvico thoy endured dur
ing tho war. Mr. Goorgo S. Andorson
of Rossvillo, York county, Ponn., who
saw tho hardest kind of servioo at tho
front, is now frequently troubled with
rheumatism. "1 had a sovero attack
latolj," ho says, "and procured a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It
did so much good that I would like to
know what you would charge mo for
ono dozen bottles " Mr. Anderson
wanted it both for his own uso and to
supply it to his friends and neighbors,
as every family should have a bottle of
it in their homo, not only for rheuma
tism, but lamo back, sprains, swellings
cuts, bruises and burns, for which It is
unequalled, tor salo by II. h. Grico.
On lastTuesday evening tho members
of Red Cloud lodge, Degree of Honor,
hold thoir regular monthly meeting
and took in thrco now members, Mis.
Blanche Jenkins and Mr. and Mrs. A.
O. Berg. It was a very interesting oc
casion and at tho close of tho regular
order qultn a happy mirpriso awaitid
tho members in tho dining hall. Bro.
Pond and wlfo decided to treat tho
memhors to ico cream, and after tho
meeting was closed an invitation to nil
to partake of tho same. A general
good time was tho result and all en
joyed It very much, and went away
feeling that Brother and Sister Ponil
were indeed hospitable pooplo. Tho
Degree of Honor is tho auxiliary to tho
A. O. U. W. and is a society that every
member of Bed Cloud lodge, A. O. U.
W. ought to feel proud of.
The only kind of advertising
we know how to
do is to sell
First Class Clothing
Lowest Living Prices.
That, together with
courteous treatment is
the kind of advertising
we rely upon to hold
our customer's trade.
Let us place an
advertisement of this
kind with you.
We are headquarters for
and everything a
man or boy wears.
FREYMAEK & CO.
Successors to C. WiKNr.it.
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5 Uko such a bank.
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uiuuiJiJUiiiLuu yuu, uuvui win. jf
It bas novor docolvod you
Look out that somoono
doos not try to mako you
invoat your boalth in a now
tonlo. Bomo now moaicino
you know nothing of.
ioc. snd ll.oa; til dnigtits.
SCOTT & BOWHE, ChmUu, Nw York.
Bed Cloud Creamery opened up
Wo will honor any check issued
by tho Creamery Co,
Gai.usha & Wkscott.
Pr. Price's Crm Baklag Powdtt
Werid'a Pilr HltbMt Awui.
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I (lebnska - JdeFeantile Go.
i DEPARTAENT STORE.
I In Oar Dry Goods Department.
Special Values in New Wash Dress Goods,
at 5c, 7c, 8c, 10c, 12je. 15c, 18c and 27c.
Special Vnlucs in Ribbons,
at So per yard, widths 2, 5, 7, 0 12. All silk, satin
and gros grain ribbon.
iff Special Values in Summer Underwear,
SS) Ladies Vest at 5c, 8c, 10c, 12Jc, 15c, 18c and 25c.
M Special Values in Men's Balbriggan Underwear,
-Jt Shirts or drapers at 25c each.
S? Special Values in Men's Percale Shirts,
; at !i5c, 45c, 00c, 05c and 75c.
yl Special Values in Ladies' Wrappers,
:i. at fl'Jc and 09c.
A Special Reduced Prices on New Spring Capes, Suits,
ps and Skirts.
I In Oar Grocery Department
S Nice quality California Prunes, 5c per lb.
m 17 lbs. best Granulated Sugar, $1.00.
& 12 bars Eureka soap for 25c.
m Heintz Baked Beans at 5c, 10c and 15c.
tli Kivrton and Amboy Hour, all grades.
Package Coffee, 10 per package.
Best Sorghum in town, 40c per gallon.
Evaporated Peaches, 7AC per lb.
Full weight pail of Syrup 50c.
Corn Starch 5c per package.
Special bargains in Tea at 25c per lb. Equal to
most 50c teas.
Butter and Eggs taken at the Highest Market Price.
i In Our Shoe Department.
I Special BarBain Valucsm Ladies; Ogouh.
( Special Bargain Values in Children's Shoes and
hi Special Values in Men's Shoes,
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Extra Special handsome line of new dishes to be
mven awnv for coupons. Come and see them.
j Nebraska Mercantile Company.
I ALFRED liADBLL, Manager.
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