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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, MARCH. 31. 1899.
Nothing is tnoro import- 4
unt foi tlio preservation
of good lioultli mui clour J
business Judgment tlinn
Ienluus care of tlio eyes. J
)efcctivevisiou proline !
01 irritation unit nor 4
vousnoss, nml in this J
condition no person is J
cnpablo of Riving to bus-
iness matters or to the J
ordinary nUiiifs of lifo J
tlio attention necessary 4
to success. Perfect (it
tine glasses will over
come nature's defects.
You enn have your eyes
examined trco uy
Graduate Refracting Opticians J
and Jewelers. 4
IlrliiR tin your Watcli, Clock nml Jewelry j
work. Wodo llieboKl work. J
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Thk Chief 91.00 per year.
Court commences next Monday.
Nolso Longtin was in Rivcrton Tues
Soo W. W. Wright's lino of cooking
stoves nml ranges.
Mrs. II. B. Simons of Inavnlo was
visiting friondB lioro Saturday.
Mrs. Dwight Jonos of Guido Rock
was visiting frionds hero this wcok.
For Sale A Hall's lire proof safe and
family horso. ScoMrs.J.C. Warner.
Uavoyou soon J. O. Butler's now lino
of 5-A horso blankets, fur and plush
Call on G. W. Dow when in want of
new or second hand plows, harrows,
cultivators, listers or buggies.
Our roal estate man John Myors sold
:a farm 2 miles northwest of Cowles to
J. C. Wilson of Saline county.
T J. R. Mercer this wet k removed his
law office to tho rooms in the Moon
, Block formerly occupied by Randolph
Next Sunday evening at tho Motho
dist church Rev. James Mark Darby
will give the "Talo of tho Crucitixion"
&a given by Benliur.
J Mrs. John Parr arrivod from Fulton
county, Illinois last night and with her
husband who is nlroady hero will make
this their futuro home.
When our mayor condemns tho rick
tv-stairwnys, no makeshift repairing
.should be allowed to go. Nowstiarwaya
and landings should bo ordered.
If our readers want a cooking stove
or range they should look over the lino
kept by W. W. Wright. They havo as
good an assortment as can bo found in
Miss Mlllio Slaby accompanied by her
friend Vera Harmon arrived from Mc
Cook on last Saturday and visited with
tho former's sister Mrs. Thomas Kralick
and other relatives and friends here.
Notick persons wanting early ohio
poptatoes forseed orother purposo will
lo well to call on Clark Stevens for tho
samo, before his stock of potatoes is all
gone, 10 miles southwest of Red Cloud.
Miss Maud Ingram, daughter of Mrs.
Coruolia Ingram, living near Judson
liod at tho homo of her parents on last
Saturday. March 25. Deceased was sick
but n short time and her death was stir
prlso to her many frionds.
J. A. Hagadorn of Smith Center was
hero this wcok.
Sco tlio lino lino of cooks and ranges
handled by W. W. Wright.
J. A Catupboll n roal estato man of
Hastings wos hero this week.
Insuro with tho Pennsylvania Firo of
Phlladelphla.-W. L. McMillan, Agt.
Fuim loans at low rates of interest.
Loans closoed on day of application.
Miss Harrison who has been visiting
with G. J. Warren and family has re.
turned to Lincoln.
Mrs. Jiiiinlo Rollison, of Furrngut,
lown, (laughicrof Mrs. Joseph Graves
arrived in tho city Tuesday.
D. J. Myers has placed a shoo stock
ir. thu building lately vacated by L. P
Albright which ho will trade.
Rev. E. J Randall formerly pastor of
tho M. E. church here, now of Blue
Springs wns hero tho last of the week.
Tho man who procrastinates may bo
sorry ho met tho undertaker before tho
insuranco agent. Insmo in tho Travelers.
Seed potatoes, Chicago market and
early Ohio. 'Apply to Daniel Norris ll vu
miles west mid ono mile south of Red
U. P. Atkinson of Pawnee county was
hero tho first of the week for tho pur
poso of looking up a location as school
Turnuro Bros, this week present two
pretty window displays in tho dry
goods department. They must bo scon
to bo appreciated.
Mrs. Anson Higby and Mrs.aMinnio
Lottridgo of Lincoln, former residents
of this city wero visiting friends hero
tho first of the week.
Tho beautiful cantnta "Little Red
Riding Hood's Rescue" directed by tho
Misses Campboll will bo presented Fri
day evening, April 14.
P. J. Turpin and Mr. Cady of Iowa
wero here this week negotiating with
our real estato agent John Myers for
tho purposo of purchasing land.
For n quick remedy and ono that is
perfectly safo for children let us rec
ommend Ono Minute Couch Cure. It
is excellent for croup, hoarseness, tick
ling in tho throat and coughs. C. L.
Don't buy n rango or cooking stovo
until you exumiuo tho lino kept by W.
W. Wright. They aro of tho latest
pattern nnd built to do good cooking
and save fuel.
Thbre havo boon numerous bad ac
cidents in tho past month. Thero may
bo many in tho future. Insuro ngainst
accidents in tlio best company in tlio
world, tho Travolers of Hartford. W
L. McMillan, Agent.
Thu t'uiKK and Chicago Inler Ocean
one year fur $1.25,
Tho sooner tho old lookeiy Is con
demned thu better.
Robes and blankets in endless vari
ety at J. O. Butler's.
Mrs. Hussong returned Wctluosdny
from a visit ut Franklin.
IN a careful chemical ex
amination of the leading
Malt Extracts of the world,
the United States Govern
ment Chemists found
1 Malt Extract i
was the only one of all that S
a was absolutely Dure ana per
fect. Others cannot replace
At U4fa stent.
The ordinance in regard to rhkoty
stairs will bo enforced. Bent four-by
fours should no longer bo allowed to
hold up landings on which a number of
people are liablo to stand.
Tho Baptist Choir will render raunio
specially propared, at tho Eastorservico
to bo held noxt Sunday. Tho wholo
service will bo suited to tho season and
worthy of a largo audienco.
For Sale. House and lot, corner
Wobstor streot nnd Fifth avenuo, con
taining rooms and cellar; also bam
and lot. For further particulars, ail
dress, L. Baum, No. 71 Potomac Avo.
Tho pupils of tho Inavalo School will
givo an entertainment ut tho school
houso in Inavalo, consisting of reci
tations, songs, tableaux, dialogues, and
a visit from Mother Goose and her il
lustrious family, Friday April 7, at
So'clock. Adailssion 10a.
Seventy-fivo of Red Cloud's talented
young ladies and littlo girls are now
(hilling for tho cantata Rod Riding
Hood. Soma of our leading soloists
will nlso assist. This promises to be ono
of the most enjoyable entertainments
given in the city in along time.
Will H. Price living across tho Kan-
sis lino in Smith county died on tho
21st, of measles and, pneumonia. Do
ceaBcd was an old resident of that sec
tion and leaves a wifo and four child
ren to mourn his loss. Rov. Marker of
Cora conducted tho funeral services
and tho remains were laid to rest in tho
List of letters remaining unoallcd for
at the postoflice ut Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending March 80th
Davis, Miss G. A. Spring, J. H.
Those letters will bo sontto tho dead
letter oflico April 13th, if not called for
before. When calling for abova please
say advertised. r. C. Hackku, P. M.
Ono man's prophecy is on gonoral
principles worth about as much notice
as another's, but hero is a prophecy,
made by Cupt.Thos, E. McKee, Journal
Clerk of tho House, authority upon tho
drift of political events: Capt. MeKeo
fays; "I prophecy that inside of two
years Cuba will be annexed to thu
United Statos. Business interests in
tho Island will urgu such action. Tho
Cubans til o entirely without revenues,
and should they bo left to govern them
selves, they would proceed to tax
f orcigu corpomUoBs oMt of existence."
The 5-A hiiou blanket, the besl
thu maikut in sold by J. 0. Butler.
Miss Pnrdun returned home Tuos
day after a several month's visit with
her Mister, Mrs. Ed PurkuH. J
John Rntiohoy, Ben Ludlow, Morris
Stern, 11. P. Hutchinson and Charley
Lindluy wero in Huntings tlio fore pint
of tho week.
The usual weekly snow storm arrived
on time Thursday morning and remind
eil UK that the lime for planting potatin s
Miss Etta Riekerhon of Chamber
lain, South Dakota, who formerly lived
in this city, is hero visiting frionds
L 11. Rust says if you want some
good nursery stock cheap this spring
let him know what you want. Also
lias It co paint to sell.
Define tho discovery of One Minute
Cough Cuie, minitteiH wero greatly
disturbed by roughing congregations.
No excuse for it now. C. L. Cotting.
Got your sale bills printed at this of
fice and the atinounrenient of sale will
bo minted in the paper during tho
time pu-ceding the .sale day free of
"Givo mo a liver regulator and I ran
regulate tho woild,"sald a genius. Tho
druggist handed him a bottle of De
Witt's Littlo-Early RUcrs, thu famous
little pllli.-O. L. Cotting.
Tho Cuikk has this week finished
printing a hook of revised ordinances
for the city and ou accouutof this work
wo have not been able to give tho paper
the u'.tontioa il should have.
If you have a cough, throat irritation,
weuk lung, pain In tho ches, difll
cult breathing, croup or hoarseness,
let us suggest One Minute Cough Cure.
Always reliablo and safe. C. L. Cot
ting. Lost Sunday, March 20, near dist
rict 14 Indian Creek a small black and
white house dog with tun points. An
swers to tho name of "Prince," has
short tail and poor teeth. Roward for
return to Dr. E. S. Uekd, Red Cloud.
Tho Tutincssecaus appeared ut the
Methodist churrii ou lust Monday
night. Owing to tlio fact that the men
portion of thu party "hoofed it" to tlio
depot we surmise that their receipts
were either very light or stuck to tho
managers coin sack.
II. Vance Lane, general superintend
ent of the Nebraska Telephono Com
pany of Omaha was in tho city Monday
looking after tlio Company's interests
hero. He states that work will bo com
menced ou their exchange hero and bo
comploted during the month of April.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders arc the greatest
rnenaccn to health of the present day.
woyu BAmna rowotw CO., ntw touk.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
WEAR THE BEST
Wc dont believe
you can find a suit
of any other make
that will have the
style and appearance
of these Hart,Schaff
ner & Marx suits or
that will wear as
well and cost as little
tne lone run.
Did you ever try to dodge the
rain-drops? Did not succeed
very well, did you? It's just
as useless to try to escape from
the germs of consumption. You
can't do it. They are about us
on every hand and we are con
stantly taking them into our
Then why don't we all have
this disease? Simply because
these germs cannot gain a foot
hold in a strong throat and
lungs. It's when these are
weak that the germs master.
The body must be well supplied
with fat. The danger conies
when the blood is poor and the
body Is thin. If your cough does
not yield, and your throat and
lungs feel raw and sore, you
should not delay another day.
of Cod-Liver OU with Hypophos
phites at once. It will heal the
inflamed membranes and greatly
strengthen them as well. The
digestion becomes stronger, the
appetite better and the weight
increases. The whole body be
comes well fortified and the
germs of consumption cannot
gain a foothold.
It's this nourishing, sustain
ing and strengthening power
of SCOTT'S EMULSION that
has made It of such value in
all wasting and exhausting
KOTT MWHB, Cbmk, Ntw Yrk.
Harry Couovor of McCook wnsdiere
Evorott Dyer of McUook was hero
the last of the week.
A shooting gallery has boon estab
lished in tlio rookery.
Rov. J. M Darby visited with his
brothor ut Hardy Wednesday.
L. P. Albright has moved hls'imisio
storo in tho small room lu tho Moon
Uooso Thompson of Cowles was hero
Monday ou his way homo from; u trip
Boiilnh Jackson, after spondlng va
cation at Uiverton, returned Monday
to attend school.
C. E. Hohlron, of Alladlu, Wyoming,
brothor of Mrs. John Kuuohoy, was
visiting hero tills wcok.
D.L. Croat has had his residence
property on Seward street nowly paint
ed. Hndloy did tho work.
W. B. Roby has hnd auothor coal
houso built on tho lots west of Minor
Bros., and Is also putting in scales.
Deo Boot of MoCook, who lately had
n successful operation porformod nt
ChlcoKO. was lioro visiting tho last of
Postmaster Hacker has placed in
the postofllco sovornl inenndescont
gasoline lamps which make n great im
provement. Ralph Poo, who was temporarily
holding n position at Boukelmuu dur
ing the nbsouco of tho operator thoro,
is homo agniu.
Mrs. McGrew who has been visiting
with her sisters Miss Tilla and Grace
McClelland returned to her homo at
James llouron has sold his farm to a
gentleman by tho nanio of Soaton liv
ing near Amboy for 810,000, taking Mr.
Soaton's farm in tho trade at 83,000.
Will your widow dress as well as
your wifo does? Answor this question
by insuring your lifo in the Travelers
Insuranco Company of Hartford. W.
L. McMillan, Agent.
Dr. J. F. Goodo of Houston, Ohio,
has decided to locato in this city and
practico mo.Mcino, Ho will occupy tho
property formerly occupied by D. J,
Myers on north Elm stroot.
The Slayton Singers appeared nt tho
opora house under tho auspices of tho
Red Cloud schools on Wednesday night.
Whilo tho entertainment did not como
up to expectations thero wero some
features that very good.
This wook this oflico comploted tho
work of printing tho "Revised Ordi
nances of Red Cloud." Tho book,
although containing but twonty-nino
ordinances, covors ovorythlng nocos
snry for tho government of tho city.
HART, SCHAFFNCR & MARX
KH mliiMl Will tiM 1
.Uy Htt, Sclmfloer & Marx
Wc have just received $500.00 worth of Men's Fine
Suits which Ave bought at our own price.
We offer them at prices that will force you to buy if
you see them.
If you want to look well on Easter we are the people,
who can fit you out.
Couiden-Kaley Clothing Go.
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
Mrs. C. F. Shepherd nnd son Kale of
Ashland, Oregon, are visiting with Mi.
and Mrs. C. W. Kaloy. Mr. Shepherd
who is an old ahum of C. W.Kaloy will
be hero tomorrow. They aro on their
way to their western home having boon
Tho ontertainmont given by tho
Juniors of tho High School in the north
ward school building on Inst Saturday
night was said to havo boon by thoso
presontverj good, somo of thoso taking
part recieving high prairie for tho man
ner in which they rendered their parts
on tho program.
Noxt Tuesday is olootion, and tho
ballot promises to bo light. Tho only
ofllcos to be contested for uro olork,
pollco judgo, ono member of tho school
board and tildormnn in tho north ward.
Samuol Klzor, tho candidato for nldor
man from tho north wnrd by potition
wont boforo tho city clork tho foro
part of tho weok to withdraw his namo
but was too lato as tho ballots had nl
ready beon printed.
ConMdernblo comment is being mado
in regard to the acquittal of .Samuel
Vnr In Judge Dully V court and tho
Judge U considerably wrought up over
tho fact that people are insinuating
that ho showed paitlality to the prison
or. Tho Judgo says that tho reason of
young Fair being turned looso was on
account of tho ignorance of tho deputy
county attorney and says that tho
peoplo who havo tho most to say do
not know what they are Ulking about.
The Pond-Berlin Company.
Tho PondUerliu Opora Company ap
peared at tho opera houso hero last
night, commencing a three nights en
gagement. Thu presentation last night
was tho four act drama "Caprico"
which was vory well rendered taking
into consideration tho small audienco
and trials a show has to put up with
whon showing In nn opera houso that
has got entirely behind tho times nnd
which is not well lighted and which
gives ono that creepy feeling. Tho
company will present on Friday night
"Tho Lights o' London" and a bettor
turn out should bo nccordod them than
ou their first night's nppoaranco. Mas
ter Berlin the ''kid" is always a favor
ite and his rondition of comic songs
and make-up always brings down the
houso, Tho illustrated song fenturo
is first class and well worth tho prico
of admission. If this company does not
havo n good houso tho rost of tlio weok
wo will take it for granted that tlio
poople do not go on account of tlio
condition of tlio opera house.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
This remedy is intended especially
for coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough and inlluonza. It has become
famous for its cures of these diseases,
over a huge part of tho civilized world,
The most Haltering testimonials have
beon received, giving accounts of i(s
good works; of the aggravating and
persistent coughs it lias cured; of se
vere colds that havo yielded promptly
to its soothing effects, nnd of tho dan
gerous attacks of croup it has cured,
ofton saving tho lifo of tho child. Tho
extensive uso of jt for whooping cough
has shown that it robs this disense of
dangerous consequences. Sold by II.
Don't Lose any Time About It. en
If you expect to go west this spring
ask tho nearest Burlington routo
agent about tlio specially reduced rates
now in olToot to Montana, Utah, Cali
fornia, Washington and Oregon points.
Ask about them right away today.
They may be withdrawn at any mo
ment. Through tourist sleeping car
sorvico to San Francisco, and Los An
geles overy Thursday; to Butto, Spo
kane and Seattle overy Tuesday and
Thursday. J. Francis, Goueral passim
ger Agent, Omaha, Nub,
!. --t m 11
Rogulni examinations for persons
desiring to ttnili in Webster county
aro held In thu Hiipeiiiiteudenl's olllco
ut Red Cloud, the third Saturday in
Eva J. Cask, County Supt.
Soed potatoes for sale. See S. F.
Services on March 10th aro I" '") held
ut the court house ut the regulai .tours.
Services each Lord's Day as follows:
Morning sorvico at 10:110.
Biblo school, 12m.
Junior Christian Endeavor 3 p.m.
Sod ior Christian Endeavor 0:45 p.m.
Evening service nt 7:80 o'clock.
Services next Sunday ns follows:
Morning sorvico nt 10:30.
Sunday School at 11:30 a.m.
junior league at 4 p.m.
Senior League at 7 p.m.
Evening sorvico nt 7:80.
Prayer mooting on Wednesday evon
ing at 7:130.
Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All nre most cordially invited to at
tond. Jamkh Mahk Dakiiv, Pastor.
Services next Sunday as follows.
Morning services ut 10:30. Subject.
"Tho Risen Lord."
Sunday School at ll:t5.
Juniors meeting at li p.m.
Young People's Union moots nt 7
Evening sorvico nt 7:80. Subject,
'The Eve of Election."
General prayer and conference meet
ing Wednesday evening at 7:30.
All cordially invited. Seats free.
I8AAO W. Edson, Pastor. ,
Regular services next Sunday ns
Morning service at 10:30. Subject,
"Christ Only," followed by sacrament
of the Lord's supper.
Sunday School at 11:45.
Young People's Society of Cbristlaa
Endeavor at 6:80 p m.
Evening services at 7:20. Subjoct,
"Tlio Great Prophet."
Mid-week prayer meeting and con
foronco Wednesday evening at 7:30.
Quarterly business muotingand pre
paratory lecture at 2:30, Friday, March
All cordially invited to attend these
Fuanic W. Dkan, Pastor.
J. Shcor, Socialist, Mo., conductor on
electric street car line, writes that his
littlu daughter woh vory low with
cioup,uiid her lifo saved after all phy
sicians had failed, only by using Ono
MliuHo Cough Cure. O. L. Cotting.
Thk Chief and the Chicago UUx
Ocn one jear forfl'JW."
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