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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JULY 8 1898.
Royal niakts the food pure,
wliolt.ome and delicious.
ROmMKIhO iowoe CO., htw YOA.
Amos Cowden w:i in Mutiknto Mon
day. Go to Butler (or tin- bot in nddlery
J. L. Minor nnd Thoinns Kialik wore
in Kansas City this week.
Aaron Conovor and u ifo left Tuesday
inoi uing for a visit in Illinois
Mis. Geo. Hoy roturm d to her homo
in Iowa last Snttuday morning.
C. B. Crone was looking nftor busi
Ties1" matters in Kansas City this week.
Joseph Cummings win junt last Sat
urday to tliu soldier homo at Grand Is
land. Notick All person- tre' forbidden
to hunt or shoot in mj pnotutc. C. II.
For firo, lightning nnl tornado insur
ance on farm and city pioperty sen L.
The Cowden-Knley Clothing Co. aro
offering some rare bat trains iu men's
suits. Sec them befoto you buy.
Good workmanship nnd material
in harness is the same as in other
-goods. J. O. Butler's goods have both.
Chas. V. Reynolds of this county
and Miss Louln Householder of Clay
County, Kansas, woro licensed to wed
on July 2nd.
Miss Dora Ward who has boon resid
ing in Omaha for tho past year camo
homo Saturday to spend several days
with tho folks.
Miss Lotourncau and brother who
tiavo boon visiting tho family of Nolso
Longtin loft for tbeir homo at Aurora,
Kansas, on Friday.
Capt. J. B. Jackson, son of Mrs.Pntti
Jackson formerly of this city, nhd
brother of Mrs. A. Galusha was among
tho wounded at Santiago.
Tho best docorated houso in tho city
-on tho Fourthjwas that of O. C. Caso on
Sowardstreot tho American emblems
being very tastefully arranged.
Although tho weather was somewhat
inclement on last Saturday tho dinnor
and supper given by tho baud boys
netted them a ni"c littlo sum, twenty
V. li. Scrivner, real est a to man,
will eoll your farm lor you for a rea
sonable per cent, or will trado your
farms for Missouri lands. Address, V-
H. Scrivnor, Red Cloud, Nobr.
btrayed from A. Morhart's farm on
Juno 80, 1893 ono slim bay mare pony
weight about GOO lbs. with black niano
and tail and slit in right ear. A suit
able roward will bo paid for return of
Tkndkk Tiieik TnANKS. Tho raem
boisof tho band wish tothank tho
ladies who so kindly save a dinnor and
supper for thoir bonoht. Also tho clti
?.ons who so liborally patronized tho
samo. Bv Order of tiie Hand.
Money to Loan Money to loan in
any amount on approvod real estato
security at lowest rato of interest and
most favorable terms of payment. En
quiro of or address F. E. Goblk, at tho
ofllco of tho Trader's Lumber Co., Red
List of lottors remaining uncalled fur
at tho postofllco at Rod Cloud, Nob
ruska, for tho week ondlng July 7th,
Ccan, C. W. Williams, Sadio
Thcso lottors will bo sent to thodead
letter ofllco July 21st, if not called for
before When calling for abovo ploaso
s-y advortised. T. C. Hacker, P. M
A man residing in our midst is boing
roundly consurod for his unpatriotio
utterances in regard to tho -United
States and its war with Spain. Boys
who wero work!" g for him it is said
lost thoir places on account nf making
n demonstration ovor tho victory of
our navy at Santiago.
"During tho hot weather lnstsummor
I had a sovero attnoK oi onoiera mor
bus, necessitating my leaving my bus
incss," says Mr. C. A. Haro, of Haro
Bros., Fineastlo, Ohio. "After taking
two or'threo doses of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
I was completely relloved and in a few
hours was able to roHtimo my work In
tho store. I sincerely recommend it
to ony ono nfllicted with stomach or
bo wal trouble." tor sale by II. E.
J. U. Uutloi's goods ate up-to-date.
Dr. D.imoiell of Hastings was hero
F. E. McKeoby is visiting in Omaha
The Cowdeii-Kaloy Clothing Co. is
solliug straw hats nt co9t.
Mts. Thomas Wilson left this morn
lug for her homo nt Lincoln.
Alfred Hadell of thoNebiaska Mer
cantile Co. is in Chicago this week.
Randolph MeNItt wns looking after
legal matters In Rlvertoti Tuesday.
Geo. Clauson lias piesented his wife
with a four hundred dollar piano.
Geo. Hadell of St. Joseph, Missouii,
spent a few days hero thu ilrst of tho
Arthur Hughes, of Wymoio has tnken
a position in the bat bur shop of Wa d
J. L. Graudstnir of Bladen was heio
Satin day and made a pleasant visit to
J. L. Minornnd Alfred McCall weio
teglstered at tho Midland Hotel, Kan-
?as City, the last of tho week.
F. L. Hall of Denver, extra B. & M.
agent is installed as agent at the depot
duiiug tho absence of Agent Conovor.
Tho Union Firelnsuranco Company
is the best mutual. Combine lUks; in
installments !3 per cent J. II. Smith,
Memoiial services will be held in the
Methodist church Sundf.y morning. At
10 LO o'clock Rev. Darby will speak on
Thornton Bros, steam riding gallery
has arrived in tho city and have begun
operations at tho corner of Fifth nvo-
lino and Cedar street.
Sauiis Kolley and wife who weio
called here by the illness nnd subse
quent deatli of Rev. John Bian, left for
thoir homo at Topeka Tuesday.
Deputy Rovcnuo Collector Stewart
was here this week giving the business
men instiuctions on tho terms of tho
now rovcnuo law.
Wo havo received another invoico of
premium books and thoso who havo
already paid subscriptions but did not
get tho books will please call and got
Write to J. Francis, General Passen
ger agont Burlington Routo, Omaha,
for handsome 83-pago pamphlot de
scriptive of tho Trans-Mississippi Ex
A small barn at tho roar of tho resi
dence property occupied by L. C. May
Held iu tho northeast part of town- was
burned about dinner timo on tho
Fourth of July.
Thoso who aro indebted to us on
subscription and want to rccoivo our
book premiums should como in and
pay up as this will ptobably bo tho last
invoico wo shall receive.
J. H. Smith writos combined insur
ance for a term of five years at 8 por
cont. On schools houses, churches and
farm proporty on tho installment plan.
Drop him a card at Red Cloud, Nob.
J. L. Miuor shipped on Tuesday
twelve- cars of cattlo to tho Kansas
City market. For some animals in tho
lot he received as high as eighty dol
lars per head. I. Frisblo of Lester ship
ped four cars of stock on tho samo
Tho regular surai-annual statement
of C. D. Robinson, county treasurer will
bo found on another pago and will bo
found to bo ono of tho best
issued for yeai s tho collections mado
for the six months ovon exceeding tho
good recoid made by Treasurer White.
J. II. Smith isfocling very proud and
well may he for ho has boon presontcd
by the insurance company ho repre
sents with a fluo now buggy. Tho ve
hicle wns presented to Mr. Smith for
having wi itton tho most insurance) in a
given timo and ho was tho successful
ono among ono hundred and fifty
On Sunday evening about timo
church was out a lamp was byaccidout
ovoi turned in tho apartmont occupied
by O. C. Caso at Ills rosidonco on Sow
ard stroot. Tho oil Ignited and for a
timo things looked serious but by tho
prompt eflorts of Mrs. Caso and a
couple of young gontlomonwho camo
to hor assistance, tho lira was put out
boforo any damago more than tho
burning of tho carpet was dono.
Persons troubled with diarrhoea will
bo interested in tho experlouco of Mr.
W. M. Bush, clerk of Hotel Dorronco,
Providence, R. I Ho says: "For sov
eral years I havo boon almost a con
stant sultoror from diarrhoea, and fro
qucnt tattucks coniplotoly prostrating
mo and rendering mo unlit for my du
ties nt this hotel. About two years ago
traveling salesman kindly gave mo a
small bottle of Chamborlnlu's Colic,
Cholora and Diarihoca Remedy. Much!
to my surprise nnd delight Its effects
wero immediate, Whonuvor I feel
symptoms of the dlscnso I would foil!
fy myself ognlnst tho attack with a few
doses of this valuablo rotuody. Tho
result has beon very satisfactory and
almost complete relief from tho afflic
tion." For sale by H. E. Urlce.
Mis. Chi is Zeiss is homo from a visit
Mrs. A. Gnlushn and childron loft
this moining for n visit to Omaha.
The families nf Jas. Burden nnd Chas
Robinson spent tho Fouith In Bluo
For (Ire, lightning nnd tornado insur
ance on farm and city proputy seo L.
Harness that will wear, keep its
shape and look neat is tho kind made
by J. O. Butler.
The Misses Lillian and Peail Smith
returned homo Thursday morning from
n visit at McCook.
Walter Chinnock and wife who havo
been t raiding hero for some months
past have gone to Falls City, this state.
Wo aro still ixelusivo agents for the
Set, celebiated Shoes. Best In tho
win Id. Tin: Cowden-Kalev Cloth
A good ninny aro still in nrrcars on
subscription who might just as well
pay up now and tako ndvantago of our
oiler of premiums.
D. F. McFnrland and wife who havo
been visiting with C. F. Cut her and
family have letuined to thoir homo nt
Lost. Mrs. J R. Robinson living
notthoftowu lost an Astracan capo
some where between her homo ami
this city. Finder will please leave at
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in my family for years and al
ways witli good results," says Mr. W.
B. Cooper of El Rio, Cal. "For small
children wo find it especially effective."
ForSaloby H.E. Grice.
The cruiser Charleston took the bull
by tho horns on a hint from tho presi
dent nnd annexed the Lndrone islands
as it passed by tho other day on ito wi3
to Manilln. This saves a vast amount
of windy oratory in tho sonnto besides
other troubles. Merritt will doubtless
endeavor to cut tho Philippine knot in
tho samo way. Even counting tho cost
of tho powrfor tho navy uses in theso
matters it is likely that the country
saves monoy by this short road to "im
perialism," cheap as sonatorlai wind
has gottou to bo.
Our baby has boon continually troub
led with cholera and cholora infantum
sinco his birth, and all that wo could
do for him did not scorn to give more
than tomporary relief, until wo tried
Chamberlain's Colio, Cholora and Diar
rhoea Remedy. Since giving that rem
edy ho lips not boon troublod. Wo
want to glvn you this testimonial as an
ovidenco of our gratitudo, not that you
need it to advertise your meritorious
remedy. G. M. Law, Keokuk, Iowa.
For salo by H. E. Grico.
School Treasurer's Report.
Report of tho treasurer of school dis
trict No. 2, Webster county, Nebraska.
Ualancc on hand. July 1, 1897-....... I 27 69
Received from Geo. 0. Ycleor........... 4 01
Received from Police Judge Porter........ 13 00
Received from high school warrant! 239 40
Rccohcd from llconso 1000 00
Rerelved from L. II. Fort, tuition . .... 333 38
Received from county treasurer ... 6790 ss
Total receipts ... $77 77
Paid out on warrants.............. ................ 7138 66
Dalance on band July 1, 1808 .t 19 31
High school warrants on hand-.. 218 00
Registered warrant: not raid 2910 83
Real Estate Transfers.
Real t-stato transfers for tho week
ending July 0, 1898, furnished by
tho Fort Abstract Co., L. H.Fort, Man
ager, Red Cloud, Nob.
Lincoln Land Co. to Donald McCallum
lots 1,2 and 3, block 18 Guldo Rock wd 1106 00
Ouldo Rock Town Co. to E. 0. Parker
lots 0, 10, 11, 12 and 13, block 14, Guide
Rock, wd . .. W 00
C. II. A Q. R. R. Co. to Andrew N.Slbort,
lw H 35 1-18 deed . 600 00
Perhaps you have made
up your mind to take
Then look for
this picture on
the wrapper, a
man with a big
hsh on his back.,
Do not let anyone talk to
you of something "just
when you want cod
liver oil and the hypo-,
pnospnites you want the
very best. You will find
them in only one place,
There is no other emul
sion like it: none other
does the same work ; and
no other has the same
record of cures.
Alt Druggists, soc. and It.
SCOTT & DOWKE, Chemists, N. Y.
AVAR XOTKti IX 1UMU
It is Admiral Camiira's turn to loi k
for a bottle, ono with a long neck pie
Another thing nuiy bo ald In favi i
of tho MUmhii i mule he is a hay favi r
Manila nnd Santiago will bo nmoiig
tho most glorious names in American
"ALor Santiago whmV'nsks an ex
change Why, eliagianis nf the coa"t
of Spain, of coin m
An Amei i. nn pnstollii e ought toj I
establUhod nt .Manila !(.. i,. the Uuinliu
stumps mo exhausted
It is now Watson's move lie has n
dear toad to tho Canaries nnd from
thoro to tho const of Spain.
S.ignsta U u moiu peLsowiing man
than the Fieneli premier, or else, ho
does not know so well when to let go.
Tho list of Cuban insurgents killed
and wounded at Santiago is a proof of
thoir value as allies that cannot he
The woid stamp Is an old American
synonym for money. It is easy now
to see how tho woids became inter
clinngablo. The jokes on the marlnos and rough
rideis havo been called in. Tlioie is
no bolter lighting mnterial in this or
any other country.
A (imposition to annex thu rest of
the earth would got moio votes itijtho
United States than wero promised to
Bryan" by tho allied forces'lu 181)15. "i-
Not once at Snntlngo havo the Span
iards mado an attack. They stick to
their burrows liko tho obstinate var
mints with which they may bo clnsscd.
Gunntaunmo harbor is extremely
useful to our forces in Cuba. Tho hos
pital ships ilud a haven theie, nnd
nearly all the lighting crafts visit it to
So far as tho present war gives any
indication, bnrbod wire is a moio
troublesome obstnelo to the Amoricnii
forces than whole Hoots of Spanish
Havana papers insist Hint tho city Is
quite gay this summer. Perhaps tho
Spanish ideal is realized when business
is totally suspoudod and oxlstonco ono
Tho new canvas uniforms will short
ly reach our troops in Cuba. Thoy
will bo appreciated, though not re
ceived in timo to givo sorvico in tho
Admiral Dowoy believes in having
good ve8sels,?good mon, good disci
pline and good ammunition. To which
tho country will add a word about tho
importance of having good commaud-
Inventor Holland states that his sub
marino boat is ready, and that ho is
anxious for a practical teat at Santiago
or Havana. Tho government should
not turn him away on a mcro suppos
ition that bo is visionary.
"Not a man flinched," says Colonel
Roosovolt in speaking of the fight at
La Quasino. Yot two months ago
thoso horoio soldiers woro private citi
zens. Tho history of the American
volunteer is that ho always rises to tho
A dispatch from Madrid under dato
of Tuesday says: "There is groat ro
Joicing over Admiral Corvora's quit
ting tho harbor of Santiago." How
singular, and tho American people
weio rejoicing at tho samo timo over
tho samo ovout.
Not many miloi from General Wheel
er's headquarters is tho railroad run
ning north from Santiago to San Luis.
If it is removed bodily some night and
twisttd into corkscrows it may bo in
ferred that tho veteran raider has re
turned to his old tricks.
Tho smashing of two big Spanish
fleets with a total loss of ono man
killed and nine wounded will givo
Kaiser William something to think
about. Ho is intensely interested in
naval affairs, and cannot overlook tho
slgniilcanco of thoso overwhelming
In answer to an inqury from tho dis
patch boat of Admiral Sampson's Aug
ship, rogaiding thochasoof tho Cris
tobal Colon, Rob Evans, captain of tho
battleship Iowa, said: "I loft tho Cris
tobal Colon far to tho westward an
hour ago and tho Oregon was giving
hor hell. Sho has undoubtedly gono
down with tho others, and wo will
havo a Fourth of July colobration in
Tho Madrid Diarlo publishes a re
markablo articlo strongly urging peace
during tho courso of which it says:
"Tho Americans aro winning by
strength of will and porsovornnco nnd
while tho war responds to tho nntlouul
fooling of all Americans, Spain was
forced into tho war by party politics."
Tho articlo, after declaring the Amer
'cans were tho aggressors and thnt
Spain was bound to defend hor nation
al honor, says:
"Ourhouor being satisfied, uothtng
uompols us to continue such an unequal
combat. Wocannot compel thoso who
havo gono to tho war to defend our
honor to light to tho doath. Thoso who
aro directing tho sti ugglo ought to put
an end to tho duel when it is material
ly imposslblo for one of the combat
anU to continue it."
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I Stram Hats
fit Gost I
Every Straw Hat in the house
will be sold at Actual
See a few of the styles in our
We have also a few rare barr
I IWEJi'S m SUITS 1 1
We welcome the looker as well
as the buyer
Gomden-Hal ey GlothinglGo.
One Price Clothiers.
Wiener's Old Ssand.
"ODlx Old reelioLTbl,"
A Cool, Refreshing Dolicacy is alyays accoptablo at this season and
so also aro our
Summer - Lawns - and - Organdies,
A fow patterns at 40c a yd to go for 83c. All now stock and patterns.
Every man woman and child knows thoir value in hot weather. Our
stook ranges in price from Go to 81.00.
SlxLrt Waists t
OUR ENTIRE LINE OF SHIRT WAISTS TO 1JE SLAUGHTERED.
Largest lino in tho valley, Prices, from 8c to SOo.
Ladles' Hoso So to 75c. por pair.
Misses Hoso, So to 45c nor pair.
Children's Hose, lOe to 25u per pair.
Mon's Hoso 81 to 60u por pair.
BLEACHED, UNBLEACHED, TURKEY RED AND BUFF.
Bleached Linen at 23c por yard,
Bleached Linon nt 33c to 81.75.
Red Damask l'Jiu to 43c.
Buff Damask SSo mid SOo.
NAPKINS in Blonchcd, Unbleached and also Turkey Rod. When in
neeed givo us a call.
Wo also carry a full lino of
LACES, - Embroideries,
Silkoloon, Embroidery Silks,
Stampod Linens, Ladies Bolts,
Bod Spreads, Laco Curtains,
Corsets, Portiere Curtains,
Waists, Muslin Underwear
Gents Underwear, Gout's Ties,
Gent's Overalls, Toilet soap
Eto , Etc. Etc.
ALWAYS TO THE FRONT IN STYLES AND LOW PRICES.
Ladies silk vesting top, laco, stock tip, latest too, hand turned, $3.50,
Ladies Doucoln, patent tip, laco or button, 83.00.
Ladies Vici Kid, lace, patent tip. 83.00.
Ladies Dongola, patent tip, lace, 81.70.
lies uoncoln, pntotit tip, button, $t.ou.
Ladies Chromo Kangaroo calf, laco, 81.50.
Children's shoes, slzo 5 to 8, 2'jo to 75o
Children's shoes, slzo S to 11, 05o to 85c.
Children's slices, si.cs 8 lo 12, 70c to 81.00.
Infant's shoes, slos 2 to 15, 2' to 81.00.
Boy's Shoos, 75o to 81.00.
Mon's Shoos, vicl kid, blank or tan, 83.25. ,2
Men's Box Calf, hand wolt,, 83.00. uSZS
Mon's Calf, hand wolt. 83.00.
Men's Satin Uali, Bi.W to 81.70.
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