The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, May 26, 1899, Page 4, Image 4

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TIIE BED CLOUD CHIEF, FIttDAY, MAY 2(3, 1800.
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Does the Business."
All the world admires
4 staying power. ' ' On this
quality success depends. The
blood is the best friend the
heart has, and44 faint heart"
never won anything. Hood's
Sarsaparllla is the best friend
the blood ever had; it cleanses
the blood of everything.
If you would be strong in tlio race of
life and "do the business," you must
"stay." Hood's Sarsaparllla makes
the strugglo easy. It gives clear, strong
blood; hence perfect health ensues.
fjves-"The Itching of hives which
troubled me last summer was terrible:
blotches ctmo nil over my body. Hood's
B.riaparilla and Hood's l'llls cured me."
Mas. Mary Innorr, 235 Houth Wolf St.,
Baltimore, Md.
AH Run Down - " I jvai as tired In the
morning as at nllit, had no ambition, wenk
and run down. Three bottles of Hood's
Barsarmrllla built mo up and cured me.
Can cat well and sleep well." Mrs. Ciiab.
Iolz, 418 Madison Ht., .Sandusky, Ohio.
Female TroublOS-" I would have wel
comed death any time as a relict from
catarrh of the womb and other serious
troubles. The best physicians said my
case was helpless. I stopped taking every
thing elso and took Hood's Sarsaparllla.
New life came to me and I gained until I
3m perfectly well and strong." Mrs. Emma
, Fishkb, Lonedell, Missouri.
MOod&SaMa,
ing around Chain county, has romo to
tin: conclusion Mint old Webster is good
onoupn forhlin and has mndo up his
mind to stny hero.
Well ns I hnvo boon nccuscd of uot
writing tho truth nnd ns I stated ho
fore I (lid not wish to bo reprimanded,
I will acknowledge Mint I mndo one
tnistnko in my Items of May 12 In re
gard to tho sorvices at tho Methodist
church, ns Rov.Blnokwcll failed to an
poar, boing called olsowhero. Now nil
tho apology I havo to mnko Is to extend
my thanks to thoso who corrected mo.
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Do You Trade in the Big Store ?
IF NOT, WHY NOT? We lead. Competition acknowledges it. You often hear, "Just as good as you
get at Miner's," or "Just as cheap as you get at Miner's." That acknowledges leadership. We guarantee regular
prices to be lower than others specials. We mark all goods in plain figures. A dollar is a dollar, no matter in
whose hands it is. Marking in plain figures secures fair treatment for all and means a satisfied customer.
Satisfied customers come again. We buy and sell for cash, no bad debts to look after. If you are not satisfied
llood't Mill car IItw III, .he non Inlutlngind
' enlf eethtrtle to U with llood'i SeinperllGj
THE CHIEF
ruBLianao ar
W. L. MoMILLAN.
One year 1100
U month! SO
PUDM9HKD KVBRY FRIDAY
nterod at the poit office at Ked Clond, Nob. a
Second clan mall matter.
ADVERTISING RATES:
Local advertising 6 cent per lino per Imuo.
Local Advertising for entertainments, con
certs, socials, etc., given by churches, charltablo
societies, etc., where all money raised there
from are used wholly for church or charitable
societies, flrst ten lines free and all ovsr ten
lines 314 cents per lino per Issue.
Local advertising of entertainments, concerts,
recitals, etc., where per cent Is given to pro
moters, 5 ccnta per line per Issue.
sisrLAT Anvintiaixo.
One column per month . - . 17 00
One bait calumn per month .. 8 M
One fourth column per month 1 75
General display advertising 8 cents per
tach per Issue.
ASH CREEK.
N. L. D. Smith has a new organ.
Oats are looking fino sinco tho rain.
Win. Roberts is qulto sick nt this
writing.
I. B. Stnnsor was running two listers
last week.
Low King was holplng Arthur Par
sons lust wook.
Anglo Smith was visiting in Hud
Cloud lust wook.
Goo. Coon sold three loads of fat
hogs last Saturday.
George Thorno was tho guest of Ed
Mohlor last Sunday.
J as. Amaok was on our crook last
wook with his shellor.
J. J. Smith and R. J. Skeon listed up
their wheat last week.
Jap Smith has finished breaking
prairie for Kittle Wagoner.
The daace at John Hasselbachers
Uit Saturday was a failure.
Jessie and Ira Wagoner were calling
onLylo Llppinoott last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi DeHart were vis
iting with Alf Harris Sunday.
Mr. McNutthas bought two bunchos
of wire notting to fsnco bis gardon.
Joo Wagoner nnd his sister Katio
wero visiting Nu9oCunipboll las) Sun
day. '
Mr. nud Mrs. Emertou wore tho
guests of John Hassulbachcr last Sun
day. Mr. Kenyon sent to'Iown for n bushel
of seed corn, for which ho paid ono
dollar.
We see tho Ash rieok salesman hu
his bills stuck to the fcuco posts along
thu road.
Corn is coming up splendid in this
part of tho county and .no ono is com
plaining. If this wot weather continues Ne
braska will produco ouo of thu largest
crops in its history.
Miss Katio Wngonor was out to
church last Sunday after boing con
lined to her bed for two weoks.
The rites of Baptism was adminis
tered to Henry Smith's baby nt tho
Methodist church last Sunday.
Walter Apulcguto departed for Gib
sou, his former home, to bring his cat
tle. Ho expects to bo gouo about a
week.
Thero was to bo a magic lantern
show tit tho A in :ick school liousu last
Friday night, but owing to tho weather
it wns a failure.
N. 11. Wngonor hauled his fat hogs
to Rod Cloud on Tuesday and drove
hts fat cattle lu on Wednesday. Ho
shipped them to St. Joo.
Tho wiltor was at tho Brethren
church last Sunday, and from tho in
terest manifest they havo an exceed
ingly good Sunday school.
Mr. Bryant says ho extends bis
thauks to Tramp for his sympathy,
but thinks ho ought to bo congratulat
ed on having tho old hen left.
Thero will bo preaching at the
Amaok school houso every four weeks,
beginning the 4th of noxt month by a
Christian minister from Guide Rock.
Sorvices will bo hold at 4 p.m.
Charley Piatt of Red Cloud was out
to tho Brethren church Inst Sunday
and took tho plcturo of tho church nnd
thine of Ash urecK's young intue,
Misses Mmy Mohler, Grano White nun
Otn Thorne.
Al White nft'T an absence of i
years dtu lug which ho bus been chns-
GUIDE ROCK.
Mrs. Schuman is very sick.
0. Ayor has gono to Oklahoma.
A bran new boy nt Agent Cassolls.
Now buggios, mowers and rakes ar
riving nt Peterson's today.
O. A Edgortan arrived from Ham
burg, Iowa, Monday evening.
Win. Montgomery now runs a restau
rant in tho nflddlo of tho streot.
Mr. B. Bargman and Miss L. Hage
uioir wero married Sunday, May 21.
Commencement exorcises wero largo
ly attended, tho Baptist church being
crowded.
Tho butcher shot) and barber shop
aro undergoing u low coat oi paint
tliis week.
1). 0. Loith tho horso buyer bought
(lfteon horses and mules hero Monday
nnd Tuesday.
Tho rnln Saturday provouted tho
horso race, but ouo is arranged for
noxt Saturday.
Parties from tho cast wero horo again
Tuesday looking for a building to put
in a gonernl storo.
Who snid it novor rains in Nebraska?
What's tho matter with 2t inches of
rain in ton days?
Mr. Chas. Molloys brother from Wis
consin is horo on n visit. Thoy bad
not scon each othor for 23 years.
Word was rocoived hero Friday night
May 10, that S. McCorklo near Bost
wick had just boon killed by lightning.
Bon Piorco passed through town
Tuosday night on his way to Burr Oak
with tho boy that rau away with Judy's
horso.
Wm. Montgomery is moving out his
restaurant and putting the Shuman
building in its placo instead of tho oast
sldo of tho streot.
Bon Piorco of Burr Oak wns hero
Saturday on his way to Burwoll, Nob
ruska. wliithor ho was going nfter tho
other of tho two boys who ran away
with Judy's horso, tho boy having boon
captured by tho sheriff at Burwoll.
Tho other boy has boon sont to reform
school.
Married nt the rcsldenco of tho
brldo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Osborno
Ayor, Mr. F. P. Heal and Miss Lulu
Ayor, Rov. V. E. Shirley officiating.
Miss Aver is ono of our toncnors at this
placo, highly respootod by all and will
be missed by her pupils all of whom
seem much attached to her.
Died, at his residenco at 7:15 a.m.
Tuesday, May 32. Mr. J. P. Varrell,
aged 00 years. Mr. Varrell had been
afflicted ror several years witn rheum
atism and heart diseaso. Funoral sor
vices wero held at tho homo at 10
o'olock Wednesday conducted by Rov.
Day. Tho remains wero loiioweu oy a
largo procession of relatives and friends
to the uuiuo kock coniotory.
Rumors of another wedding aro go
ing tho rounds. Amidown.
ft with your purchase brine: it back and get your money back.
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2 Prints.
M Ono Case Di ess prints at 4c.
jli Ono case fancy prints 5c per yard.
W 1,000 yards silk finish novelty at Oc.
ffi 1 case faucy novelty at Co.
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muslin,
longths,
yard
1 balo mill ends unbleached
regular 7o grndo, 8) to 7 yard
at 4o per yard.
500 yards unbleached muslin,
wldo nt 3c
BostL. L.atCo.
A good blenched muslin 4u
Hope blenched muslin fc.
Fruit of tho Loom or Lonsdale, 6c
Silks.
Waist patterns and trimming silks.
Wo havo just received another largo
lino of silks. Ono of tho largo oastorn
silk importers overstocked. We ro
coived a few patterns.
8oc to 51.50 per yard.
The best silk values we havo ever offered.
Dress Goods.
Carpets.
BEAVER CREEK.
Who said it couldn't rain.
Mr. A. Bragg's havo a new organ.
A new clrl is reported nt tho homo
of Fred Mnaia.
Potitious in Dist. GO aro Hying thick
and fast now nays.
J. R. Crozior und family took dinner
with Sanford Croxton on Sunday last.
J. V. Varrell of Guldo Rock dropped
dead at his home near thero Monday.
O. C. Vaughn's hand whioh he had
mangled in the corn shelter is healing
very rapidly.
MissSadlo Vauuhan was one of the
graduates of the Guide Rock high
school last week.
Andrew Mollev of Wisconsin is visit
log his brother Chas. Mollev whom he
had not soen for twenty-five years.
Rev. Day failed to fill his appoint
ment last Sunday at Eokley. Ho was
callod to preach a funoral sormonon
Wlilow crook.
Beaver creek still has a fowold bach
olors nnd a widower or two who would
like to got married. Girls, ploaso dont
all speak nt onco.
K. H. Vanco, Miss Minta Robinson,
Miss Suio Sprnchor nnd Mrs. Alpha
Wells wero cliosuu deloirutes to ropro-
sent tho Ecklov Sunday sihool ut thu
convention at Red Cloud this wook.
Ramiu.ku.
A Proclamation.
Whoreas, uiiiny of tho alleys of tho
city of Rou Cloud, NobrusKit, havo
bron used as tho places for depositing
refuso from tho barns, stables und out
houses aloncr suoh allovs. nnd
Whoreas, suoh deposits havo beoome
uublio nuisances, and tho health of
this pooplo has bocomo ondangered by
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Remnants of Brussels, Monuettcs and
Axminstors in short longths, fust enough
to carpot rooms about 0x12. Prico 81.00
made up.
Romnant price 80c made up.
Tapostry carpets 50c mado up.
Cotton Ingrains 25c to 8Tc mado up.
Union Ingrains 40a to GOc mado up.
Light weight wools 45c to GOc made up.
Medium " " 00c to 05o mado up.
Extra super all wools at 70c mado up.
Our carpot selling this season has
boon far in excoss of expectations, com
pelling us to ropeatcdly order carpet.
Wo carry twenty rolls of ingrain in
stock. Guarantco tho fit of all carpets,
nil carpets cut without wasto. You pay
for actual carpot for covering floor.
Furniture Room.
May 1st eastern manufacturers ad
vanced tho prico of furniture. Wo an
tisipatod tho ad vanco nud secured a car
load of goods.
This car will arrive about May 23th.
Wo guarantee to savo you money.
Wo make tho prico and lead all com
petition. New Idea Patterns.
This is a new department and is prov
ing a great success.
New Idea Patterns guaranteed the
best.
Our polioy in all business is the best
for the least money.
NEW IDEA PATTERNS at 10c for
all sizes nnd all stylos enables us to
again fulfill tho policy.
This is proving our most successful selling
senson from dress goods stocks. Wo
are offering many excellent values.
When wo sny values wo do uot mean
25c goods marked 40c, nud thou offered
for 33c special.
Wo moan n pieco of goods that Is a
value at 25c, tho samu applies to the
prices.
Wo murk all coods in plain ticures.
ouo price to all.
Wo buy and sell for cash, that means
at least a lGporcont saving. Wo give
you tho benefit.
Dress goods in all the latest novelties
henriottas, serges, cropons, covort cloth,
etc. at 10c to $1.00 per yard.
Shirt Waist Material.
We aro showing tho newest novelties
in this stock. Valuesl Yes, every ono
of them. Why? Again we say, BUY-
ING AND SELLING FOR CASH. Wo
aro now showing our second largo in
voice in those goods. The line com
prises picrotines, percales, plain colors
and fancies, fancy porcales, silk finish
calicoes, English shirting, piques in
colors and white, corded ginghnm, fancy
French gingham, etc., at Go to 25c per
yard.
Queensware.
Got our special prices on Queensware.
Wo aro closing out soveral pattorns in
order to make room for now goods.
Groceries.
7 pounds fanoy navy boaus, 25c.
8 bars White Russian Soap, 25c.
0 bars Santa Claus Soap, 25c.
10 bar) Forn Soap, 25c.
8 ouo pound burs soap, 25o.
1 gallon pail syrup, finest quality, 35c
17 pounds No. 1 Granulated sugar, $1.
Socond grade, tho kind handled bv
many dealers, $5.45 per cwt.
Wo also carry Fnney cookies, Low
uoy's caudles, vegetables, nuts, lard,
nud all articles that compriso a first
class grocery stock. Wo guarantee tho
freshest stock. If you aro not satisfied
bring back your purchase.
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Shirtings.
Gingham.
Apron Checks 3c to Gc.
Fancies from 8c to 25c.
Table Linen.
Tho largest assortment of table linen
ever shown in Red Cloud.
Linen finish damask 18o to 30c.
All linon 40c to 11.75.
All linen napkins from 70c to 15.00
per dozen.
Plaids and checks, Oo.
Othor grades to 15c.
Southern Silk, tho best values, 8c.
Regular Ranchman's black or bluo, 12Jc
Ranchman's seconds, 10c.
Ladies Muslin Underwear.
Spocial clearing salo on tho ontiro
stock. Rapid selling has brokon lines.
Wo placo thorn on sale at special prices.
Sewing Machines.
Why pay 930 to $40 for a sewiug ma
chine whon you can got a macbiuo
guaranteed to have no peor on the mar
ket for $25.
We sell direct from tho factory. An
agent offers you $5 to $10 for your old
machine and asks a $20 to $30 difforoncc.
Wo soil you tho machine for $20, and
you may bo ablo to got 15 for your old
machine.
SPOT CASH PRICES.
.$10 50
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20 00
Bed Spreads.
Extra values in spreads at 60c, OOo,
$1.00, $1.40 and up to $3.50.
See our special No. 0500 fringed quilt.
A very handsome piece of goods, sure
to plcaso.
Miner Bros., Red Cloud, JSebr.
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3 drawer Vindox, high arm,
0 drawer Viudox, high arm,
5 drawer Vindex, drop head
0 drawer Field, high arm 20 00
0 drawer Field, drop head 20 00
A full sot of attachments with each
machine. Guaranteed the best. All
machines oak finished case.
Bicycles.
A strictly up-to-date high grade bi
cycle, Morgan & Wright tires, Shelby
tubing, Brown saddle, seat post and
handlo bars expander, two pieco crank
hanger, Indiana chains at $20.
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CHURCH SERVICES.
christian onunon.
Services each Lord's Day as follows:
No mornlag service.
Biblo school, 13m.
Junior Christian Endeavor 8 p.m. .
Senior Christian Endeavor meets
at 7 p.m.
Evening services at 8:00. Subject,
"Forgiveness."
A cordial invitation is extended to
all.
L. A. Ucssono, Pastor.
Whooping Cough.
I had a little boy who was nearly
dead from an attack of whooping
cough. My neighbors recommended
Chamberlain's cough Remedy. I did
net think that any medicine would
help him, but after giving htm a few
doses tthattemedy I noticed an im
provement, and one bottle cured him
entirely. It is the best cough medicine
I ever had in the house. J. L. Moobk,
South Burgettstown, Pa. For sale by
H. E. Oriee.
reason of tho accumulation of filth in
said alleys.
Now thoroforo I, James S. White,
Mayor of tho City of Red Cloud, Neb
raskti, by virtue of tho authority vosted
in mo, (uuder Articlo rour (4,) Section
2850 of tho Con. St. of Neb.,) do hereby
request and direct that tho occupants
of promises nnd tho owners thereof
proceed nt onco to romovo nil rubbish,
garbago, tilth, and deposits from M10
alleys bounding their rospectivo prop
erties. In tho event of tho failure on
tho part of anyouo to comply with tho
terms of this proclamation, tho city
will, on and nfter tho touth day of
Juno, 1891), proceed by Its streot de
partment to cicnu tuo alloys 01 said
city, and tho cost and oxponso of suid
cleaning will bo chatgod agaiuBt tho
property owners who fail to comply
with this proclamation.
Done in tho City of Red Cloud, this
20th day of May, 1800.
Jas. S. WuiTEfMayor.
100,000 Sweet Potato Plants For Sale.
Early Jorsoys, Southorn Queon nnd
Red Bormuda. Also a soloctton of
nice tlowors consisting of India Rubbor
Treo, Silk Oak, Palms, Hibiscus, Gor
animus, Swansonia, Fuscliins, Flower
ing Begonias and Box Begonins, Colons,
black, whllo and spotted Calla Lilys,
Pnssilloras or Passion Vino mid MnuV
rla vinos. For salo at Moro.
Mil. llFNlU JHlUIKKICII,
l P. O. Box 150, Rul Cloud, Neb.
METHODIBT
Services noxt Sunday ns follows:
At 10:30 we will unite with tho Unbu
Memorial sorvices nt tho Congrega
tional church.
Sunday School at 11:30 a.m.
Pleaching nt Aniboy nt 3 p.m.
.itinior ieaguo ut 1 p.m.
Senior League ut 7 p.m.
Evening service nt 8:00.
Piuyer mooting on Wednesday even
ing at 3 :UU.
Ladies Aid Society Friday afternoon.
All aro most cordially invited to at
lend. Jamks Makk Dauuy, Pastor,
uaitist cnuncii.
. Services noxt Sunday as follows.
No morning servlco.
Sunday School at 11:40.
Juniors meeting at 8 p.m.
Young People's Union moots at 7
p.m.
Evening service at 8:00. Subject,
Gonernl prayer andconforonco meot
tnir Wednesday ovonlnir nt 8:00.
All cordially Invited. Seats froo.
Isaac W. Edson, Pastor.
ToICurc a Cold in One Day.
Tnko Laxative Bromo Quinino Tab
lots. All druggists refund monoy if it
fails to euro. 25c. Tho gouuinohas
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
Ex Treasurer
State of iclaine.
CONOUEaATIONAL.
Regular sorvices next Sunday as fol
lows: Morning sorvico ut 10:30. Subjoct,
"Tito Mission of tho Sword " Union
memorial services uuder tnu auspices
of thu G. A. R. Sermon by F. W. Dean.
Sunday School at 11:45.
Young Peoplo's Society of Christian
Kudonvor nt 7:00 1) in.
Evuuiug survicos ut 8:00. Subject,
"Elijah Tho Prophet and tho Mau."
Mld-wook prayer mooting nud con
ference Wednesday ovonlng at 8:00.
All cordially invited to nttond these
services.
Fkank W. Dean, Pastor.
Drink GrahvO
after you havo concluded that your
coffeo does not agreo with you. It Is
not 11 medieiuo but doctors order it. be
cause it is healthful, invigorating nud
appetizing. It is mndo from pure
grains nnd has that rich seal brown
color, und tastes like tho linent grades
of coffeo and costs about one fourth as
much. ChildiHii ihrive mi il heenuoo
it I u-"'il" ! drink t'lniiHiniug
noti,.. . ,wu.iiuiiunt. in und 85c
at gmxrs.
wWmrl
Three years ago I was all run
down, weak, exhausted had
indigestion, constipation, and
my system was1 debilitated in
general. Physicians did not help
me and I begin taking Dr.
Miles' Ncrvini. Now, I am
as well as ever. oh. a. whit.,
Ex.Tr.i, 8UU of Malta, Qwdlner, M.. "
Off. MILES'
Restorative
Nervine
25000 IN USE.
FA010US OHIO OUliTMTOH
THAT ALL TRY TO IMITATE. FOR SALE BY
JHS. PETERSON.
Or,
is sold bv all drw
hnt t'Oltie htn'i
(look on limit r.n
MlUa Mouicai C
U on cmrantce,
r nvney back.
nave tent frte.
i.pany, Elkhart, Ind.
F. V. TAYLOR,
The fmitm (Dan
IS STILL DOING BUSINESS AT THE OLD STAND.
JCCrWEI PRICES,
KISTTMSI GOODS,
THAN ANYONE. CALL AND Bj: CONVINCED BEFORE 11UYINO.
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