The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, June 17, 1898, Image 5

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CITY NEWS.
Carpet9 at Minor Bros. Full line.
Go to Butler for the best in saddlery
and harness.
Now wall paper and window cur
tains at Cottings.
Oscar Patmore is visiting tho Omaha
exposition this week.
) Mrs. Harry Goble arrived in tho city
tho last of the week on a visit.
Tho favorable weather is being util
ized by tho authorities to push street
work.
Chns Wiener left this week for Chica
go mid will go from there to his home
in New York City.
Cut tho weeds around your premise.,
They uro unightly and dangerous to
lie health beidc.
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. (J. W. Fen
1 1 !.., nil Satunhy, Juno 11, a son of
ual Nebraki weight.
O ':ii r.ilmur left Monday for Oinn
liu, where he will look over tho Ex-
i .itin for a tew days.
The rahiy weather is causing the
alfalfa men to Miiile awry, but it's great
for wheut and "sicli like."
Miner Bro?. will in tho near future
put in a full lino of turn it uro and
queonsware. Wait for them.
Klmer Boss had a very severe attack
of nmiralgia of tho stomach last Wed
nesday night, but is better now.
All persons owing Freymark & Co,
will pleaso call on Cowden, Kaley &
I Co., who havo bought tho accounts.
There will be a Sutiday school rally
on Sunday, June 20, at 3 p.m. at school
District No. 33. J. S. Warn-:, town
ship president.
W. N. Sanford, an old Bed Cloud
boy on Monday of this week sold thir-
teen Jones Lover binders for tho Piano
company in Webster county.
Sheriff Wells, accompanied by his
prisoner, Scott, left Wednesday morn
ing for Omaha, where the latter will
. lie ued as a willies in the U. S. court.
When, you want carpets givo us a
i-ill We have largest stock in the
city and can save you money on any
t Uitiir you want in the carpet line.
Minus Hito
V. II. Scrivner, real estato man,
will sell your farm for you for a rea
sonable per cout, or will trade your
farms for Missouri lands. Address, V.
H. Scrivner, Red Cloud, Nebr.
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J. O. Butlcr's'goods are up-to-date.
It rains a little ovory day and a little
betwoon times.
Trainmaster Kcnyon was here from
McCook Sunday.
Harry Conover and wife were in Mc
Cook the first of the week.
It takes considerable hustling to gel
ahead of tho weeds this weather.
There is going to be an awful howl for
harvest hands in this section before
long.
John Aultz and wife left Monday for
Omaha where they will reside during
the exposition.
Mix- Lois I'opo who has been attend
ing school in Lincoln returned home
Wednesday night.
Harry Conover left Wednesday even
ing for McCouU where he will again
engage in the train service.
Thomas Brakelield left Thursday
morning for Ouiali i, where he wib
meet a daughter from Oiegon.
Mark Parks left Wednesday night
for McCook, where lie will take a po
sitiou breaking for the B. iV M.
Tho republican state convention will
meet in Lincoln on Wednesday, An
gust 10th, to nominate state ollieers.
Jno. Tulleys left Mond-y tor Lin
coln witli tho stated intention of being
mustered mto tho service of Undo
Sam.
Mrs. Geo. Leming, who has been
visiting with Win. Parkes and family
left Wednesbay for her homo in Gil
lette, Wyoming.
Frank Richardson rocoivedja painful
injury Thursday by having tho second
linger of his right hand badly mashed
while working on a B. & M. Iiaud-car.
Miss (.race Garbcr left this morning
for Lincoln, whuro she will visit with
hei brother Dan and sister Cora. Sho
will also visit in Lincoln and Omaha
before returning,
Rivet ton will let the eagle scream in
the good old fashioned frlyluj'ni July I.
No doubt our near neighbor will re
ceive a liberal support from this eity as
there will be no celebration here.
We will pay a salary ofjl5.00 per
week and oxpenses for man with rig
to introduce, our Poultry Mixture mid
Insect Destroyer in tho country. Ref
erences required. Address, with stamp
PkukkctionMko.Co., Parsons, Kan.
MK15H .MENTION.
Sewing machine at Miner Bio
I ten. 0 cling is in Omaha this week.
Tho. Burden father of James was
here this week.
W. S. Garbcr and wife left Sunday
for Kansas City.
Capl. Houchin is seeing sights in
Omaha and the exposition this week.
Carpets cut to match and lit rooms,
with or without border. Minkii Bitos.
The building occupied by Henry
Clark has been beautilied by a coal of
paint.
A. M. Wallers of Blue Hill and coun
ty attorney Ranney were here Wednes
day. For lire, lightning and tornado insur
ance on farm and city property see L,
II. Fort.
Harness 'hat will wear, keep its
shape and look neat is the kind made
byJ.O. Butler.
Nelse Longtln returned Wednesday
night from a Hip to Clyde, and other
places in Kansas.
The Lincoln Mixed Paints is made in
I lie west for the western climate. It
stands the test. Sold by Coiling.
For once this city is short on paint
or.", and anyone who has a few paint
spots on his clothes can get a job.
Miner Bros, handle the best sewing
machine on the market. Guaranteed
for fi years, price Wn. Call and sec it.
Nine Co.vles boy boarded the north
bound train at that place Thursday go
ing o enlist in the Nebraska volun
teers. Samxmkn wanted by large factory
supplying free outfits and paying sev
eral I0 weekly. Brattice, ',M!l Pearl,
New York.
A good ninny are still in arrears on
subscription who might just as well
pay up now and take advantage of our
oiler of premiums.
An Osborne county, Kansas, man
had thirty head of cattlo killed by one
stroke of lightning last weok. J'his
breaks all records.
Rev. John Bean of Otto is seriously
ill and is not expected to live. Mr.
and Mrs. Sardis Kolloy of Topeka,
daughter and son-in-law arrived last
night.
K. U. Overman accompanied by his
wife and mother, returned from Has
tings Monday. Mr. Overman had also
been in Omaka looking after legal
matters.
Thero is a general clamor for inoro
sidewalks these muddy times, but it
doesn't seem to occur to tho kicker
that thero is no law against anyone
building walks that wants to.
The business men of Campbell raised
about $150 for a Fourth of July
celebration at that place, as much as
could bo raised in this city which is
three or four times tho sizo of Camp
bell. Tho city fathers should next tiy
their hands at sanitary work. All
filth and filth breeding places should
be cleaned up and not permitted in the
future. One ounco of preventative is
worth sixteen ounces of quinine.
Roadmaster Wilburn has had the
large cotton-wood trees surrounding
his House girdled and soon the nuisance
of having everything around tho pro
perty covered with clinging cotton
thrown oil' from these tree will be
abated.
The McCook Tribune say- "The
backbone of the drouth will soon he
broken." The people of this siction
are wMiing that the backbone ot the
i .liny season might oon be broken.
Tin- rain i-li-ik ha evidently lost ur
inisl iid iliu plug
Does Baby
Thrive?
If your baby is delicate
and sickly and its food does
not nourish it, put fifteen
or twenty drops of Scott's
Emulsion in its bottle three
or four times a day and you
will see a marked change.
We have had abundant
proof that they will thrive
on this emulsion when other
food fails to nourish them.
It is the same with larger
children that are delicate.
Scott's Emulsion seems to be
'the element lacking in their
food. Do not iail to try it if
your children do not thrive.
It is as useful for them in
Bummer as in winter. ,
Ask your doctor if this is not true,
SCOT XUJE? HE, ChonWtf, Hw Yott
Rujnl make the Imul purr,
uholeume anil (trillions.
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MOllH OU liKSSJPKIibONAL.
John i'jlnieky is homo from Omaha.
Prof. Kolloy is in Omaha this week.
Mrs. F. S. Henderson went to Omaha
Saturday.
Florence Wood went to Oberlin,
Kansas, Tuesday.
Mrs. V. H. Soliday is visiting friends
and rolativos hero.
M. B. Kdleman a former citi.en of
this place was here the fust of tho week.
Mrs. Ben Ludlow U visiting relatives
and seeing the sights of Omaha this
week.
Miss Millie Slaby of McCook was
here the last of the week visiting
friends.
Norm: All persons are forbidden
to hunt or shoot in my pasture. C. 11.
Kai.i:v.
For lire, lightning and tornado insur
ance on faun and city property see L.
II. Fort.
Dr. Bennett who ha been here for
some time past, left for his home in
Michigan Tuesday.
Kngineer Sandborn and wife of Mc
Cook were visiting P. A. Wells and
wife the lirst of the week.
Mrs. Thos. Wilburn left Tuesday
night for Hendley where she will make
a month's visit with her mother.
Karl Pond has received a lino now
Conn cornet md feels as happy as a
kid with his first pair of red top boots.
Miner Bros, carry tho most complete
line of carpets in tho city. Seo them
before you purchase and save money.
Good workmanship and matorial
in harness is tho same as in other
goods. J. O. Butler's goods havo both.
Dout buy quconswaro or furniture
until seeing tho stock of Miner Bros
which will arrive in a few days. They
can save you money.
Got our prices on carpets. All
kinds and at tho lowest prices. Ele
gant line of samples and largest stock
in tho city to select from. Minkh Bkos.
Write to J. Francis, General Passon
ger agont Burlington Route, Omaha,
for handsome 82-pago pamphlet de
scriptive of tho Trans-Mississippi Ex
position, free.
I. Freymark, who ha? been a member
of the linn of Freymark & Co., left
Wednesday morning for Chicago. The
gentleman has not decided what lie
will do in the future.
F. W. Cowden will leave Sunday
morning for Cnicacu where ho will
meet C'lias. Wiener and will purchase
the fall slock ol clothing for the new
CowdcnKaley Clothing Co.
Sntu;i From my farm :ii miles
not th of tli i- city, ouu moiic colored
poll mare, about ten years old, nu
merous brands, addle marks, black
mane and tail, black stripe down the
hack Suitable icward paid for re
tin ii. !". Nr.wiioi si:
At the last regular meeting of Char
ity lodge, No. Gil, A. F. & A. M. tho
following otllcers were elected for tho
coming year: 1). Madison Finch, W.
M.i II K. Grice, S. W.; 11. M. Coch
rane, J. W.-, Wm. Parkes, Treas.; A.
Galusha, Sec'y.
MissTilla McClelland of Red Cloud
spent Saturday and Sunday in this
city visiting friends mid attending the
reception given by tho Alumni associa
tion. Miss McClelland has been em
ployed to teach in tier present position
for tho ensuing year, making live suc
cessive terms sho has been elected to
the position. Blooniington Echo.
The city of Beloit, Kansas, lias had
meal tickets printed and circulated
throughout tho city. When a hungry
tramp comes along he is given one of
these tickets which, when presented
to tho city marhal, entitles him lo
work on the streets long enough to
earn a .square meal. This i a good
scheme ami should be tried in lhieity.
Red Cloud Cieamery oiiened up
Thursdiiy
We will honor any check issued
by the Creamery Co.
Gai.l'.sua & Wkscott.
Dr. Price's Crtaa Baklag Powftt
WarW's Mr rUjfctut Awartf.
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Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Wo most respectfully ask a fair share of' pat
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Wo havo no Gold Bricks to sell.
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Give us a trial.
Special announcement later.
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lien's - Fine Negligee Shirts,
at nearly fiOo on the dollar. Our GOe, 75u, SI 00, SI .GO and 82.00 shirts
Sale price UGc to 81.00. On our underwear counter.
Ladies' Shirt Waists !
Srmplo line of Ladies' Sliirt Wai-ts at "iOt- for jour choice. Former
prices Were TGc to e'll .1(1.
Special in New Wash Fabrics !
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anil 'Jo s-iie piu'i-, j"i.i t'hoii e 1' v j.no
"p. CARPETS!
Have just received tiuoher lot
place on sale at -vie, hoc, i.ic, oU" aim hue per y.-irn i nese
are eztra bargain prices, as thoy at e Usually sold at
10c to lGc per yard more.
io yards Standard Calicoes for 29c.
Yard-wide Unbleached Muslin, 3c.
At Our Dress Goods Counter we are offering Spe
ial Bargain Values that are worth seeing.
Special Oxford Sale !
Special Bargains in Ladies' Oxfords at GOe, 7Ge, 83c, ?1.Q0 tied $1.50
per pair. Conio in and see them, they are the
'nest values ever offered.
Riverton and Anboy Flour at $1.40 and $1.50 a sack,
17 pounds best Granulated Sugar $1.00,
Special in Uncolorcd Japan Tea at 25c.
Battleship Maine Soap, 5c per cake.
Rolled Oats, 5c per package.
Baking Powder, pound can, 10c.
Package Coffee, 10c.
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