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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, .FRIDAY, AUGUST Itf, 1898.
Royal mike the food pure,
wholesome and dellclout.
KOYAl AKIIa POwetN CO., NtW VOW.
Miss Floronco Cotting is in Omaha.
Med Lavnllco of Rivortou was lioro
It. L. Tinker of MeL'ook was here
County Attornov Uauney was here
Miss Gertie Lindlcy has gone to Long
Grant McFarland of Lincoln was hero
the last of tho week.
A. Galusha and family have moved to
their new residence.
Mrs. Wni. Ducker returned Friday
night from a trip to Lincoln.
Hardworo, tlnwnro.woodenware, and
tho best cutlery at V. W. Wright's.
W. V. Wrightand wife havo returned
from their wedding trip in the west.
Quite a crowd from here wont to Su
perior yesterday to see the ball game.
Notick All person are forbidden
to hunt or shoot in my pasture. C. II.
For lire, lightning ami tornado iesur
anco on farm and city pioperty eo L.
Onifli Doling wa-. here firm Hold
regu the first of tho week visiting with
Claik Haipstcr of Sevcrus, Kansas,
spent several days in the city tho first
of the week.
The Misses Estella andiJessio Ducker
returned from :i trip to Lincoln and
Omaha Monday night.
Fred Huntley formerly n resident of
this city, brother of M. II. Hcntley was
hero tho first of tho week.
Special salo.August 15 to 27 on sweat
puds collar pads, collar combs, bruh
. ami ciiids at if O UutlcrS
Hurry Couovi'r has shipped his house,
hold goods to McUook and the family
will take up a residence there.
Jos. Kubick of McCook returned to
that place Monday night after a visit
of adi.y M i'' with the folks hero.
Call ami oviniiiio our stock and get
our tune i,cf.irc biiyiiii; shoe.s. IV c
can ivi- ou money Hiutii A: Sjuru.
C.iUin Ki iimh and wife of llolyoko,
Coloi mI.i, hi lived in the city W'dnc
la3 iii"iiiing "i a visit to relatives
Hov. A. A. Cressinan, president of
Uo.ino College, was hero looking after
niatters pertaining to I hit institution
Miss Maude Rothrock nfter a pleas
. ant visit with Mrs. J. W. Moronville,
returned to her homo at Roynolds
We an- making n display of tho finest
line of hut:, ever brought to Red Cloud,
Come in and Beo them. The Kaley
COWDKK CLOTI1WQ Co.
Frank and Hert Person of Baxter
Springs, Kansas, after taking iu tho
, exposition. at Omaha, made h visit -to
John Person and wifo hero this week.
V. H. Scrivner, real estate man,
will soil your farm for you for a rea
sonable por cent, or will trade your
farms for Missouri lands. Address, V.
H. Scrivner, Red Cloud, ISobr.
L. A. Hussong ofllciated at his home
in a marriago sorvico on August 12th,
1888, in which Dr. Robort O. Rhodes
and Miss Mollio Wood, both of Loba-
nou, Kansas, were made mau and wifo.
Money to Loan Money to loan in
any amount on approved real estate
security at lowest rato of interest and
most favorable terms of payment. En
quire of or address F. E. Goule, at tho
office of tho Trader's Lumber Co., Red
Married, on' Wednesday night, Au
gust 1J, at tho homo of tho brldo's pa
rents in Oak Creek township, Murry
O.Kilmer to Miss JonnioOlivo Thomas.
Tho groom is a resident of Bird City,
Kansas, and tho brido is one of Web
.Jl, ater county's touchers.
Tho Rev. W. H. Costley, of Stock
bridge, Ga., while attending to his pas
toril duties at Ellenwood, this state,
, was attacked by cholera morbus. Ho
siys: "Hychanco I happened to got
hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colin
Cholera und Diarrhoea Remedy, and I
think it was tho means of saving my
life. It rcllevod me at once." Forsale
by H. E. Urloe.
D. M. Hunter of Cowles was hero
Mary and Margaret Miner aro homo"
If you want u cook stovo or rango
seo W. W. Wright.
Thos. Penmnn and wifo aro visitors
at the exposition this week.
Will Tulleys came up from Superior
and spent Sunday in tho city.
Come and look over our assortment
of gasoline stoves. W. W. Wright.
Jimmy Abol and sister Clara aro vis
iting their father at Hamburg, Iowa
W. W. Wright will put in your
plumbing and work of that kind cheap.
A. C. Hosmcr and daughter Kthol
were in Lincoln and Omaha tho first of
Miss Floia Kllgorc of Port Washing
ton, Ohio, is hero visiting her sister
Mrs. 1). i. Mizer.
Mrs. J. A. Hauin loft tho last of tho
week for a visit at tho exposition and
with friends in Lincoln.
Shoes of all kinds, from tho best to
tho cheapest, at spocial 'sale prices at
Berg & Smith's shoo store.
A very orderly danco was given on
last Friday ovening in ono of the build
ings on south Webster street.
Special salo August 16 to 27 on sweat
pads, collar pads, collars, combs and
brushes and cards at J. O. Butler's
Chas. Besse returned Monday night
from a sovcral weok's sojourn in Maine,
visiting with his father and other rela
tives. Married, at tho homo of Rov. G. W.
Ilummcll on Tuesday, August 15th,
Win. Lane uud Miss Anna Davis both
of this city.
A pood ninny tire still in arrears on
subscription who might just us well
pay up now nnd take advantage of our
oiler of premiums.
into the llaimi property on Webster
street and Sam Dyer will move into tho
ono thus vacated having purchased it.
Mrs. Hnzelton and Mrs. Cliorn and
son licorge who Have been visiting
with Chas. Haeltou nnd wifo left for
their home at Hooucvillc, Missouri,
Tho weather the past week has been
peculiar in tho extreme. Plenty of
wind, plenty of dust, plcntyof thunder,
pluulj of lightning, plenty of clouds,
but n very aiiv.il! quantity of rain
Henry Coiuad Deidcrieh, infant son
of Mr. and Mr'-. Henry Deidcrieh, died
hist Saturday alter u short illness mid
was buried on Sunday morning. The
little ono was born on Maich lGth,
1803, and was aged 1 months uud 27
Foil Sali:. All of block i), Kaley &
lucksi'ii'd addition, for ono hundred
and liny dolhu(Sir0.) For particulars
inquiiu of Geo O. Vclser, Red Cloud
Nebraska, or write to the owner, Chas.
F Curso v, M. I)., Ste. Genevieve, Mis
souri For National Dental Meeting at Oma
ha, Nebraska. August 2, to September
a, 1803, the Burlington will sell tickets
at one faro plus $2 fur the roil nil trip.
Tickets sold August 23 and 24, final re
turn limit for September 5, 1893. A.
For tho Old Soldiers and Sottlors re
union at Republican, Nobraska, August
29 to September 1, tho Burlington will
sell tickets at ono rato and ono third
for tho round trip from all points with
in 75 miles. Tickets sold August 20th
with final return limit September 4th.
A. Conovkk, Agent.
For the annual reunion of tho old
soldiers and Snttlers at Oxford, Neb
raska, September 7 to 10, 1898, tho Bur
lington will soil tickets nt ono and one
third fan1 for tho round trip from all
points within 75 miles. Tickets sold
September 7, with final limit for return
to September 12. A. Conovek, Agent.
Poultry car on track overy two
wooks regular frcm now on. Watch
this space for data and prices. Next
enr Monday afternoon, August 20, at B.
& M. depot, Red Cloud, Nobr. Prices
paid in cash, hens 0c por pound. High
est market price for other kinds of
poultry, li. FismiACK, Shipper.
A carload of marblo, direct from tho
Vermont quarries arrived in tho city
this week, consigned to Ovoring Bros.,
& Co. proprietors of tho Rod Cloud
Monumental works. Tho marblo is of
tho finest quality nnd is first class in
overy respect. This lirm employs tho
most skilled workmen nnd a visit to
their establishment will convince you
that an important industry is boing de
List of letters remaining uncalled for
tit tho postolllco at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending Aug. 18th,
Dapke, M. Morgan, Emma
Pounds, Mrs. E. Salmer, Mary
These lottora will be sent to tho dead
lottrr ofllco Sept. 1st, if not called for
before. When calling for above pleat
ey advertised .T. O. Hacvim.P. M.
Miss Gortlo Fuller has roturnod from
Miss Gertio Kaloy is seeing tho expo
sition this week.
Geo. Hollister and wifo aro homo
from a trip to Nelson.
For tho best tho Alaska refrigerator
call on W. W. Wright.
Miss Laura Boyd is clerking at tho
Nobraska Mercantile Co. storo.
Rev. Darbj and wifo and daughter
Graco aro homo from tho exposition.
Eddio Piatt and Sherwood Albright
aro taking in tho oxposition this wook.
Mrs. W. K. Hayes and childron havo
roturnod from thoir trip to Prcscott,
For Ore, llghtniug and tornndo insur
ance on farm and city property soo L.
Mrs. C. II. Cutter and brother, Mr.
Wixem, left Wednesday for Janosvillo,
Rov. Darby will assist in tho dedica
tion of tho now M. E. church at Inavalo
Charley Barber of Almona, Kansas,
is hero visiting with C. II. Barber and
family west of town.
Frank Sraolsor is carrying his hand
in a sling, tho causo bolng a sovoro caso
of catarrh of tho hand.
Mark LawroUon who was transferred
to Edison has returned to his old po
sition at tho depot horo.
Borg Si Smith havo tho largest lino of
shoes in tho city to select from and
their prices aro tho lowest.
Special salo August 15 to 27 on sweat
pads, collnr pads, collars, comb,
biuslic nnd cards at J. O. Butler's.
Tho county convention of the Chris
tian churches is to convene and be en
tertained at Cowles, August 21 to 20.
Jacob Rciglo left Monday for a visit
to hi former old home in Pennsylvania.
He will stop a few days tit tho expo
sition. Tlie wind ot Mondav niKht mil con
siderable damago to grain in the .stack
throughout different portions of the
Will Hi ewer, formerly of this city
hut lately holding down u good po
sition in u bank at Kansas City, is hero
visiting his parents.
H. A. Howard and wifo and daugh
ter Mabel nro visiting with Fred How
ard and family in Council Hltilis and
taking in the exposition at Omaha.
Letter received by friends and
relatlvf s in this city from the boys who
joined tho Third Nebraska icgimcnt
indicate that the boys would rather bo
in Rod Cloud than where they nro at.
The water commissioner should sro
In It Hint tho firo plugs aro cleaned out
regularly. Tho experience of tho bnyj
at the firo last Tuesday evening was u
stream of thin mud when tho watei
wa turned on.
Wo hnvo used Chamberlain's Cough
remedy in our home for many yeais
und bear chcei ful testimony to its val
ue as a medicine which should bo In
every family In coughs and colds wo
have found it to bn cfllcneious and iu
croup and whooping cough in children
wo doom it indisponsiblo. II. P. Rit
tku, 4127 Fairfax Avo., St. Louis, Mo.
For Sale by H. E. Grice.
Rev. F. W. Dean started Monday
morning on a trip to points in tho east
ern part of tho stato. Next Sabbath
his pulpit will bo filled by Rov. F. W.
Leavitt, a former classmato of his at
Doane college, and now connected
wlty the Andovcr Theological Semi
nary. Mr. Dean will visit his mother
nt Creto and tako in tho exposition
Perhaps you have made
up your mind to take
Then look for
this picture on
the wrapper, a
man with a big
fish on his back. ,
Do not let anyone talk to
you of something "just
when you want cod
liver oil and the hypo
phosphites you want the
verv bestv You will find
them in only one place,
Scott s Emulsion.
There Is no other emul
sion like it: none other
does the same work ; and
no other has the same
record of cures.
Alt DruggUU, soc.and $i.
Scott ft Bowkk, CbimUti, N. Y.
The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Congregu.
tlonul church will havo an icn crenm
nnd cako social in tho court house park
on tho ovening of Thursday, August 2ft.
J. II, Smith writes combined insur
ance for a term of five years at 3 per
cent. On schools houses, churches and
farm property on tho installment plan.
Drop him a card at Red Cloud, Nob.
Tho streot commissioner is this wook
having tho broken rock from tho rear
of tho marblo works placed at cross
walks on Webster street, which vory
much improves them and will prevent
muddy crosswalks when it rains.
Whllo returning from tho depot last
Sunday ovening In his top buggy, Len
Aullz had tho mlsfortuno to collido
with Ed Smith who was going to tho
dopot, with tho result of having his
buggy slightly smashod, but luckily no
ono was hurt.
A small boy with a match, who
wanted to soo tho "blazos" sot tiro to
J. C. Myors' barn last Tuosday even
ing, An alarm was turned in nnd tho
department rospondod promptly, nnd
soon had tho flames under control. Tho
barn and nthorloutbulldings, together
with their contents, woro practically
A vory pleasant wedding occurred nt
tho homo of Mr. Honry Kcsslor, tho
popular salesman at Minor Bros., tho
contracting parties boing a sistor Miss
Ella Kcsslor and Mr. James Moora of
Mount Morris, Illinois, tho ceremony
being pcrformod by Rev. Fltz. Tho
happy couplo loft on tho morning train
for their homo In Illinois.
Thoro Is ono thing which peoplo go
jng to lircs with bugglos and wagons
should roniombor, and that is not to
drlvo over tho hose, as tho sharp tiro
of tho wheels will cut tho best of hose.
At some recent lire this trick was dono,
und as n consequence ono of tho hoso
carts will be short fifty feet of hose, it
being cut thro.igh nnd thus rendered
useless. This hoso costs ono dollar n
foot, or fifty dollars u length, uud par
ties driving over it nnd destroying it
should be made to pay for it.
About ono month ago my child which
i uttciMi inoiiins oiii, nan nil iuuick oi
diarrhoea accompanied by vomiting.
I gave it such leiiiedies us aro usually
given iv such cases, but as nothing
gave relief; we sent for a physician nnd
it wns under its care for a week. At
this time the child had been sick for
about ten days and was having about
twcnty-tlvo operations of the bowels
overy twelve hours, and wo were con
vinced that unless it .should soot: ob
tain relief it would not live. Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy was recommended, und I de
cided to try it. I soon noticed u change
foi tho better; by its continued uso n
complete cm u wns brought about and
it is now perfectly healthy. C. L.
Bouas, Stuiiiptown, Gilmer county, W.
Vn. For sale by 11. E. Grico.
Parties representing both sides of tho
late Guide Rock unpleasantness were
in tho city yestei day to attend the us-!
sutilt nnd battery case in Porter's conn
as a lcsultof the melee. The complaint
not having been signed by a proper
officer us sworn tobefoiu him was ob
jected to by defense nnd objection over
ruled by tho justice uud a change of
venue was then taken by defenso to
Justlco Yeiser's court. Later defend
ants wero urrested on u warrant issued
out of Judge DulTys court and served
by tho sheriff charging them with riot,
by "utoring storo of plaintiff and un
lawfully using violence ugainst his per
son. Tho latter caso coming boforo
Judge Duffy was laid over by request
of defendant's lawyer for tho reason
that thoy were already undor custody
of an officer on tho formor charge. Tho
hearing on tho last warrant will como
up on Monday, August 29. J. S. Gil-
ham appears for dofenso and b. U.
Overman for plaintiffs. Whllo little is
positively known of tho caso hero, sym
pathy appears to bo on tho side of tho
A special to tho Chicago Tribuno un
der dato of August 18th, from Areola,
Illinois, suys: "That tho corn crop In
central Illinois will fall far short of tho
avcrago yield Is now n foregono con
clusion. A careful inspection of tho
condition of tho crop in a largo portion
of Champaign, DouglaB, Coles, Moul
trio and Edgar counties shows a most
radical decreaso in tho yield. Tho long
drought in tho early part of tho soason
h mainly accountable for tho shortage,
and this, coupled with tho ravages of
the chinch bugs, has aided matorially
in decreasing tho yioldi Hundreds of
acres of Indian corn all over this dis
trict is a completo loss from tho fact
that there aro no oars on tho stalks.
Largo sections of Moultrio county will
fall short ot tho land rent from tho
grain produced. A largo nmount of
tho corn in this section has grown
about thirty inches In height, tassled,
and with no sign of an oar. It is tho
general opinion among farmors as well
as other sources of authority that tho
yield iu this district this year will bo
ono-hnlf short of tho usual crop.
Card of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doldorlch wish
to thank tho friends and neighbors for
tho good services and acts of kindness
shown during the sickness and death
el their Jaft eoa.
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to show you tho host
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you ever saw.
WE SELL SHOES THAT
WEAR AND PIT.
It is a pleasure for us to show
Remember the Name.
Gouiden-Raley Clothing Go.
One Price Clothiers.
The Huston Uloomei bae ball club
played a game iigniu.M a pieked-up
ulna in tills city lat Friday afternoon.
Tho weather which was quite di-cigieo-able,
boing dusty nnd windy, had no
teirors for the throng ivho wei.ded
their way to tho ground1 located in
lOiithwaito's pnMtiio, tonco the dainty
damsels of the diamond chase the
ilcotiug spheroid over the gontlj undu
lating prairie. A grand stand and wall
eanva-t to enclose tho grounds, which
tho bloomer club carries with them,
had been elected, and to tell the li nth
the grounds presented a very citylied
appearance. The bloomer girls how
ever wero the center of attraction, uot
certainly on account of thoir good looks
for thoy woro 'all evidently hid behind
tho door when tho good looks woro
given out and also shapes. From tho
tall slim ono with tho long flowing
locks which gathered Nebraska's fertilo
soil among them, to tho midget with
tho short curly hair who looked like
she had boon pushed through a brush
heap backwards, tljpy all prosouted
pretty much tho sumo appoaranco in
thoir red striped bloomor suits, which,
when tho wind happoned to catch just
rltrlit. would iill up and niako thorn
Dresont the appearance of a stuffed
toad or an inflated lady at a dime
musoum. But thoy showed tho crowd
of spectators that they know some
thing nbout tho cssontial part of baso
ball, and that thoy could kick as hard
as tho average man. This was espec
ially truo of tho him-catcher who camo
with tho bloomers, and from whom tho
kicks camo numorous and strong, and
to which tho umpire paid very llttlo
attention. At tho last half of tho ninth
inning tho score stood two to four In
favor of tho bloomers, and tho Red
Cloud boys nt bat. After two moro
scores had been mado, making tho
gamo a tie and only ono out, tho him
catcher ot tho 8be-malo club proceeded
in the usual mode to kick up a row and
get mad, and vow nnd declare that ho
would not nlav any moro unless ho sot
tustlco from tho umpire, but wo guess
io was afraid tho boys would mnko an
other run and hurt tho reputation of
tho bloomers if thoy had auy. In
about u minuto matters hud assumed
an American-Spanish aspect, and every
sho-mnlo In short pants had her favor
ito woapon, anything from a hat-pin to
n base ball bat, ami was roady for tho
fray. Luckily cooler hoads porsuaded
them to Bhutup, nnd tho tho bloomers
togethor with tho hlui-cntchor, woro
Anally loaded Into tho hack and start
ed for their special car at tho dopot,
all so mad that tho breath was comiug
in short pants, llko a dog on a hot day.
Tho bloomers went from hero to Su
perior whore they played on Saturday,
returning Sunday and going to Blue
Hill where they yUy4 oa Moadfty.
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Services each Lord Day as follows:
.Morning service at 0;!)(). Subject,
Illbln cluml, IS in.
.Iiiniin Christian Hudeavor a p.ni.
yetlorCluisiliiii Endeavor 7:15 p.m.
Kvonliig soi vice nt & o'clock. Sub
Miss Mizor will sing "A Dream of
f'ari'dlso," again in the evening by
Excellent iiiiimc each service.
Prayer meeting and biblo study on
Ladies' Aid Society Friday after
noons. Our ploasant church home and all
sorvicos aro ovor open to tho public.
L. A. HU830NO, Pastor.
Services next Sunday as follows:
Morning service at 10:80.
Sunday School at 11:30 a.m.
Junior t,oaguo at 4 p.m.
Sonior Leaguo at 7 p.m.
No evening service.
Preaching tit Amboy at 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday even
ing at 7:30.
Ladles Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All aro most cordially .invited to at
tond. Jamks Mask Dxitur, Pastor.
Sorvtces noxt Sunday as follows.
Morning services at 10:80.
Sunday Sohool nt 11:45.
Juniors mooting at 8 p.m.
Young Pooplo's Union moots at 7
Evonlng sorvico at 8 o'clock.
General prayer meeting on Wednes
day evening at 8 o'olook,
All cordially invited. Soats free.
Isaac W. Edson, Pastor,
Regular sorvicos noxt Sunday as
Morning sorvicos at 10:80. Conduct
ed by Rev. F. W. Loavitt, of Andovor,
Sunday School atll;4fi.
YoungPooplo's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 7 p. m.
Evening sorvico at 8 p. in.
Mid-week prayer mooting and con
foronco Wednesday ovonlng at 8.
All cordially invited to attend those
Fkawk W. DAr, Paeter
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