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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1899)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. JAN. 0. 18$M
ALWAYS STANDS! REPIMTING.
Our Regular Price L
'tally sold for 8c
Regular Muslin Val
and ioc at 5!
A good bleached
Pepperill R unblea
L L Unbleached nvusllL 4c
Regular Print Values
10 yards Standard Prints.
Ked, blue, black or gray dKss prints, new style
4c per yard. ft-;
Fleece lined wrapper gooJLregular ioc goods
for 6c per yard. m $
Good values in fancy dresipnnts at 6c.
Regular Table Cloth Vflues.
One pattern 54-inch lineflnnish bleached table
damask at 18c.
Three patterns 58-inch Uf en finish table dam
ask, bleuched, 23c fftfyard.
we, m mp .f ft.
iceguiar values iromi
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Wood Seat Kitchen Cmjirs 45c each.
Wood seat dining roowenairs, high back, 70c.
Solid oak cane seat dAng chairs, $1 each.
Other values at $2.00 Kch.
Wood seat rockers, $1
Cane Seat rockers, Si
Other values from i.m to1 12.50 each.
Iron Beds, 3.00. rm I
Full size wood bedsit .7
Woodjrame, wovenlriirS bed springs, either
wood ociron beffani.40 each.
We can suit you in,
A hardwood frame
large size for 61
At.l u c
r44 ivuiii arnica, tpw.u iu
corduroy coverea coucn,
$3.00 wool blanketslit?32.io
$4.00 wool blanjrets, at $3.20.
$5.00 woolMlankas at $4.00.
So.oowool blankets at $4.80.
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J.00 wool blankets at $5.60. sg2
S Ladies' Jackets.
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$7,00 Jackets at $4.00.
$8.00 Jackets at $5.60.
$9 00 Jackets at $6.10.
$10.00 Jackets at $7.00.
100 Men's 30c caps at 15c.
Men's 5 dc Caps at 40c each.
100 pairs Men's pants at special clearing
$1.25 pants at 85c.
Si. so DantR at i.m. ISi
-2.00 pants at $1.40. M
t iew men s ana Doys uvercoats ana amis
.: at half price.
Our 39c and 50c values in Men's Underwear
are exceptionav values.
Children's underwear, siza "16 at 6c, 3c rise
Red Cloadf Nebraska.
Business Transacted by the County Dub
at the Last Session in the Old
County commissioners mot with nil
mombcrs present, viz: Joromo Vnnco,
E.B. Smith, W. A. Mny, Geo. P. Web
bor, F. E. Payne, chairman nnd J. P.
Halo, couuty clerk.
County attorney reported on enso of
State Bank of Bluo Hill as follows:
To tho board of county jconnnlssloncrtf
of Wobstor county, Nebraska.
I bavo tho honor to report tho sotllo
meat of j,tho caso against tho State
Bank of Bluo Hill, Nebraska, as fol
lows: Lot 37, block 0 Bluo Hill, Ne
braska, one liro and burglar proof safe,
furnituro and fixtures in tho brick
building on above' disorlbed lpt cob
slating of chairs, counter and railing,
two ajjall dosks and one cherry stand
ing desk, $100 cash, $80 in ront fro 05 .
McBrido, and 185 cash from bank, all
the above in full settlement for the
judgmont tho ccunty holds against the
State Bank of Bluo Hill, Nebraska.
A. D. Banket, Co. Atty.
Report of the. county attorney ap
proved and ratified by the county
board this 27th day of December, 1898,
and he ia hereby authorized to satisfy
all judgments which the county hold
against said State Bank of Bluo Hill,
Tho leasing of the above
was approved by tho board.
Petition of J. W. Mclntyro
era to open a county road on
betwoeu sections 85 and 86-1-11 gran
od as fr as right of way is given.
Petition of Win. F. Ronkol and otl
crs for the county to buy tho old scho
house in Inavulo precinct to bo us
for a voting placo, laid over.
mention 01 u aponco nniiotueraHo
incorporate the village of Bladen ijfd
oiovou una carried that k. Houqftjn
be authorized to Build threo eight plot
bridges ou road runu'tur south
Red Cloud and to bifuTlowed 18
for building and authorized to
approaches to sumo at a cost not
Petition from Inavalo towns
road between sections 4 and
Chair appointed Wm. X. May to
tlgato and contractor 'the opci
fluid matt I
Claim of Jas. Burden for f J
owed 18 of within claim to be i
of county treasurer to bo ere
fee book as fees boloDtrinl
Bill of F. A. Kuehn for 130 f
surveyor's tools rejected.
I. H. Ludlow claim for $0
ages for road rejected.
M.S. Martin claim of81
work laid ovor. '
D J. P. Halo is hereby author
dor of Canton Biidgo Con
carload of red cedar pilin
iengtUijirojnJta to 24 footft'lght inch
points. "" --, v
Tho following olllcial bonds for road
ovorsoors were appiored: It. II. Allen
Dist. No. 10; O. V. Lindgren, No. JO;
Frank Watt, No. 40; A. W. Cox, No. 02,
C. II. Wiggins, No. 24; Chris Jorgon-
son, No. 31; C. Evorling, No. 40; J. W.
Boomer, No. 15; Jos. Hubeoka, No. 40;
G. N. Ulankonbokcr, No. 10; J. Bryant,
No. 29; Geo. Schraer, No 23; Ed Hines.
No.2;01oBorgman, No. 48; S. Walz,
No. 30; Miko Stroble, No. 87; A. W.
Choat, 5;J.T. Mills. 27; H. 8chlicht.
man, No. 60: Job. Taylor, No. 52, C.
Columbia, No. 8; J. A. Hilkoy, No. 44;
H. G. Boyce, No, 51; W. H. ilosencrans
No. 18; Jno. Clark, No.-O; Wm.Holschu
No. 14, Yanco Sorgonson, No. 18.
Tho following official bonds for con
stables were npproved: A. E. Wolcott
Inavalo;Geo. Columbia, Guido Rook;
J. W. McClaron, Potsdam: E. W. An
dersou, Lino; J. A. Hlckoy; Beaver
Tho following official bonds as jus
tices of tho peaco wore approved. E.
J. Cox, Beaver Crook; E. A. King, Gar
field, It. Stennor, BaUu; Jas. G. Over
man, Red Cloud; II. Iloldrego, Inavalo.
Tho followlug official bonds of asses
sors woro approved: Geo. May, Glen
woodjT. M. Lee, Beaver Creek; Wm.
Brotthauor, Catherton; Oscar Ferdi
nand, Stillwater, O. W. Tabor, Iuavalo;
J. W. M
ityre, Line; G. W. lluinn,
k;J. W. Warren, Red Cloud
(ust Buschow, Potsdam; E
'n Creek; Jos. Ituiu, li.iiiu;
fo, Unrliulils M. W. Fuller,
;G. E. Uatnian, Oak Cicek;
ion, l'leusant I till.
Iluwing claims were allowed
rants ordered dtawn:
naOn.rund work t 1 00
n, - .....
'mrmin, " ..
Western Co., Bcrtper.
';ler, road work
3tahnson. ' .
aUcek, " ...
quUt, " ..
.WfKdwardi, " m...
o Borgeuaen, " ....
JorgeiiBoii, " .....
Worpr,- " .
Lludgren, " ....
3tm Uroomlleld. " -...
Chris Columbia. " . ...
"F'A Ulckcrfcon, "
C;Joriuii8uii, " .......
1 1 Ucnl, '
J Topham, "
ton Wllmot, .,
'Jas Qenercur, " ..
Chas Zalumn, " .
1) A Campbell, court fees
L D Wollt, attending commissioners
W A May, commissioner........,
Jerome Vance, " .......
U Smith, "
F Payne, " ,
Geo r Webber, " m..,
8chool DIstNo 61, ball rent
school Dist No II, hall rent
Geo Saunders, mllcngo . . . ..
CCone . . .... .
Traders Lumber Co. coal
H Mlkscn. repairing furulture . . .
8chool Dist No 8. ball rent
Bd Gilford, hall rent.......
OWDow, repairing tools.
J II Walsh, printing
O W Dow, repairing tools .
A Reynolds, meat for poor farm.. .
O h Cottlng, supplies...... .
W M Matthews, labor
J Porter, jr, justice fees ..... .. .
Mitchell liros, hardware .........
8taio Journal Co, supplies
J II Walsh, legal notlco... .
C D ltobliibon, cash advanced .........
Omaha Printing Co, uppllcs.....
W 8 Ashby, printing
Jos Warren, witness fees 12.10, allowed
J PHalo, cleric ofloiird 4th quarter .......
J P Halo, recording otliclal bonds .
J P Hulo, drajagc, cxprcsH, postago ....
E W Audumon, pollio election..... 2 00
K J Caso, czpciibis ... 82 C5
W 11 tiuthrle, bounl) . l 00
W W Wright, town w arrant .. li 25
Jas liurden, desk for olllce 31 88
C I) Itoblntou, ttcas fioa to county.... 8 00
Dr C Wcgcinan, caso Mrs DIso...... 10 25
W II Koby, coal for pool farm .......... 6 W
H V Mljor, supplies fcr poor farm 18 13
W U Koby, supplies for poor farm- ... 3 05
Cowdon Kaley Clothing Co, supplies.. 0 25
KMcKarland, supplies poor farm . . 4 12
Shorwood Si Albright, " . . i 63
K McFarland " ... o W
Turnuro Hros, " " . . 15 15
C E Moranvlllo, medical services poor .. IS 75
Miner Uros, supplies poor farm 1 04
Mitchell Bros. " "
Mary Eenswortb, caro Mrs DIso ..
Andy Guy, witness Insane case ........
Traders Lumber Co, lumber........
Wm Irons. " .,
It S ProndOt,
V 8 Hall,
H A Bowman,
O G Itoane,
jr v - ' yn
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IVORY SOAP PASTE.
In fifteen minutes, with only a cake of Ivory Soap and water,
you can make a better cleansing paste than you can buy.
Ivory Soap Paste will take spots from clothing ; and will clearr
carpets, rugs, kid gloves, slippers, patent, enamel, russet leather and
canvas shoes, leather belts, painted wood-work and furniture. The
special value of Ivory Soap in this form arises from the fact that it
can be used with a damp sponge or cloth to cleanse many articles
that cannot be washed because they will not stand the free applica
tion of water.
DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING.-To one pint of boiling wattr add one and ons-half ouncst
(pne-qusrter of the small slie cskt) of Ivory Soap cut Into shavings, boll five minutes after the soap Is
thoroughly dissolved. Remove from the Ore and cool In convenient dishes (not tin). It will keep well
In an alr-tlgnt glass Jar.
OOPTRMHT WM SV IMS HWOTIH a OUIIU OO. OIKCUMAT1
Board adjourned to meet Tuesday,
January 10, 1809.
Tho smallest things may ozert the
smallest influence. DeWitt'a Little
Early Risers aro unequalled for over
coming constipation anJ liver troublos.
Small pills, best pills, safe pills, C. L.
To Insuro a happy now year koop tho
liver clear and tho body vigorous by
using LieWitt's Little Early Risers, tho
tho famous little pills for constipation
aud liver troublos. C h. Cottlng.
At tho residence of J. H. Hobort at
8 o'clock Wednesday evening, occurred
the wedding of Mr. G. Bilker to Misa
MayS. Hobert, Rev. G.W. Hummoil
Tho groom is ono of Webster Coun
ty's most promising young men, ho be
ing possessed of tho good qualities which
go to foim a good and loyal citizen.
Tho brido is tho youngest daughter
of J. 11. Hobert, who is ono of our old
sottlers, bo having como to Mebraskn
in 1873 and bomostoaded on Oak Crook
where ho still resides. The bride is ono
of Webster County's successful school
teachers, and a very charming young
lady, highly esteemed by a host of
After tho coromony an excellent re
past was sorved which was highly en
joyed by all present.
Many useful nnd valuable, presents
woro received by thoin a3 n token of
tho high esteem in which tlioy woro
hold by thoir friends. Tlioy will make
their home on a farm 011 Oak Crook.
Wo extend congratulations.
Horriblo agony is caused by piles
burns and skin iisonsus. These are
immediately relieved and quickly cured
by DoWttt's Witch Hazel salvo. Bo
waro of wotthless imitations. C. L. Cot-ting.
Hope Christina s Tree.
(Delayed from last week)
Tho Christmas treo at thoHopoor
Johnson school house was a grand suc
cess and tho order was of tho best. Th
exercises wcro good under the man
agement of their popular teacher and
the recitations and musio by tho choir
woro excellent. Tho treo was a boautj
and well decorated with presents and
Santa Claus did his duty in a pleasant
munnor. Some of tho patterns wore)
qulto valuable, there being docks, fin
dress patterns, and others down to five
cont toys. Tho superintendent of the
Sunday school got a flno bible off th
treo and so did Mrs. Chas. Barrett,
Gus Frill and Sam Johnson did not got
any monoy though each of them drew
a lino purse to hold it in. Thero waa
no disturbance, all kept very quiot and
waited for their presents to bo brought
to them. Tho nd'Jrcss of welcomo by
Supt. Ingram was very appropriate.
When the hour for tho exercises te
commonco an i veil thehouso was called
to order by Wm. Barrett, who led ia
prayer, Onb who "was tiikuk.
Paul Perry, of Columbus, Ga., suf
fered ngony for thirty years, and then
cured his piles by using DoWitt'i
Witch Hazel Salve. It hoals injuries
and skin diseases liko magic. 0. L.
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX.
Statement of O. D. Robinson, County Treasurer, showing tho total amount of the
Personal Property Tax levied, collected aud delinquent for the year 1807.
Phkcinot, Village or City
" " village.
Blue Hill village...
Red Cloud ,
" " city
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