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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1891).
Make Good Endings
You Ate making a good beginning tvhen
you commence to take Hood's SArsApirilU
for Any (rouble of your blood, stoniAch,
kidneys or lever. Persistently tAken, this
greAt'medicine 'will bring you the good end
ing of perfect hcAlth, strength And vigor.
W. L. MoMIMiAN.
PUHLISHKD KVKHY FIUDAY
Kntered at the poit omco at Itod Cloud, Nob. as
Local arivcrtlMtiK ft cents or lino icr Issue.
Local Advertising for ciilortalnmtnts, con
certs, socials, etc., rItcb by churches, clisrltnblo
societies, etc, whoro all moneys raised tliero
from arc used wholly for chnrch or charitable
societies, first ton line froo and all ovar ten
lines UM cents per line lcr Issue.
Local advertising of entortAlnmcnti, concerts,
recitals, etc., whoro per cent Is Klvcn to pro
meters, ft cents per lino per Issue,
One column per month-. 17 09
One-half column per month 8 W)
One-fourth column or month - 1 5
Oaneral display advertising BX cents per
lich per Issue.
Mra. Mllllgan has bought a new
Mrs. Goo. King is no butter at this
Joo Smith and family woro visiting
Ed Mohlor and family last Sunday.
Clarence Uowl is Janitor at tho
Brethren church for the next month.
Miss Grace White has beon visiting
miss Oma Brown for tho past few days.
Wo are glad to learn that J. Bryant
didn't lose his hen. It was only tho
Geo. Houohin got one of his horses
badly out on tho wiro one day last
Mrs. Allio Mungor has boon kooping
her sister's little girl for tho past threo
Mr. Wright of Red Cloud attondod
meeting at tho Brethren church last
Practice for Children's Day, which
will bo July 2, was held at tho M.E.
We suppose Mrs. Lipplncott is sell
ing sewing machines. She was teen
to stop and unload a new machino at
The Brethren expect to havo a cole
oration on July otn on Cedar croon.
Wo supposo tho Gold Bug will climb
Tho Gold Bug, whoso head runs liko
rail fenco, stated in his items that tho
Mothodists had painted their church,
which is n mistake as thoy havo only
painted a part of it.
Wo want our readers to understand
that J . M, Did not oat tho tramp. Tho
tramp merely ate breakfast with him.
It ,18 queor that somo pooplo aro so
thick Loaded. Wo supposo tho Guido
Hock correspondent and Gold Bug
havo poor understanding.
Cultivating corn is the order of the
High winds from the south and
Chan, Collins has planted his wheat
Mrs. Brush Is sick and is not expect
ed to live.
Wheat and oats are looking line and
will make a good crop.
Sheriff Wolls was in Lino one day this
week on official business.
Albert Kcaglo has moved in with
Chns. Isom on tho Bossa ranch,
Mr. nnd Mrs Will Aubushou were
tho guests of Ed Mountford Sunday
Tho tiraver Mealing at Penny crcok
was largely attended Sunday evening.
Misses Valoy and Susie Scrivnor
woro callcrsjat Wru Vandyke's Monday.
Mr. Williams of Kod Cloud was buy
ing old Iron and brass in Lino ono day
Ulehard Kooglo of Cambria, Wyonw
ing, reports his gold initio a paying ono
tho assays running $10 per ton.
Thoro will bo a Children's Day enter
talnmont at tho Aubushou grovo on
Juno 25th, conducted by tho Pleasant
grovo and Penny crcok Sunday schools.
A cordial invitation is given, to
other schools to tako part in tho enter-
tainmont. Timo of mooting 10 a. in.
Farmers aro busy plowing corn.
Alt Saladon has purchased a work
Chancy Bakor of Kod Cloud was hero
Sylvester Frisbio took a load of flour
to Mt. Claro Friday.
Oscar Patmor of Red Cloud attondod
church hero Sunday.
E. A. Torrlll and wife were visiting
O. L. Lewis Sunday.
The ladies society will meet with
Mrs. C. C. Cox Wendesday afternoon.
Tho Misses Oborhito of Guide Kock
woro guosta of Mrs. John Holcomb
Children's Day exercises woro well
attondod and a tine program was ren
dered. Misses Anna Baker, Julia Saladen
and Jennie Carpenter of Red Cloud
were visiting at A. R. Saladen's Sun
day. STATE LINE.
Tho hall storm Tuesday night did
Lucy Toland is on the sick list with
Miss Maggie Perry started Monday
to work in Red Cloud.
Tho dance at Eli Morris's Saturday
night wus largely attondod.
Children's day will bo observed at
North Branch tho 25th of this month
Qunrterly mooting was hold at tho
Maplo Grovo church last Saturday and
A number of young folks spent Sun
day with Mr. Holiugrain's young folks,
and report a good time.
Miss Bertha Caster of Burr Oak
spent Saturday and Sunday with hor
frlond, Miss Louisa 'Poland.
Another tine rain Tuesday night.
H. Barous started for home Monday.
F. L. Graunls was in town Tuesday.
T. liudiberg shipped a car of hogs
Stewart Albright was in town Frlduy
1. B.Colvin aud 11. G. Boyle woro at
the Cloud Monday.
E. Peters has bought some lots in
town of Goo. Roevos.
C. E. Vaughn's steam shelter Is still
shulliug corn for Proudlit.
E. C. Christy is walking with a cane
on account of a lamo kneo.
Quito a severe hail storm Tuesday
night southeast of town 0 or G miles.
A sovora huil storm is reported to
have passed In tho Eekley church vi
cinity. The small boys were running sack
races Wednesday evening and attract
ed a big crowd.
Miss May Holland is home from
Fulrbury. Her sister Mrs. Howard
came with hot-.
Wm. Kirkputriok will start for To
poka, Kansas, Sunday, with u pacing
horse ho lias been working hero.
Joseph Crow and family are all sick,
supposed to bo caused by drinking
milk affected by somo weed in the
pasture in which the cows aro kept.
Lots for sale in Guide Rock aro got
ting scarce, and soon there will be none
to rent. Some one will have to build
houses soon or stop moving to town.
While Frank Proudlit was out driv
ing his pony Monday it became fright
ened at a dog and throw him out and
Jerked tho top oft the buggy and dam
aged it otherwise. He was not hurt.
What you want is not temporary re.
lief from piles but a euro to stay cured,
DoWltt's Witch Hazel Salve euros
piles, and they stay cured. C, L. Cot-ting.
Schley at the Exposition.
Arrangements for making July 3
next "Schley day" at tho Greater
American exposition Omaha, are about
completed. The great commodore will
honor tho occasion by his prosenco.
Every day will ho a spocial day at the
Greater America, from July 1st to No
vember 1st, 1890. Presidout McKinloy
and Admiral Dowoy will both visit tho
Greater America Exposition. Dates
will be announced later. A comploto
Filipino village, people, houses, ani
mals, etc., will bo at tho exposition.
Tho famous Godfrey's British Military
band, the crack baud of London, has
boon secured, as well as somo of tho
tlnost bands in the United States, for
tho greater America. Spocial features
in every department. Tho exposition
grounds havo beon almost transformed
by the landscape artist, and alone will
bo worth a long trip nnd tho admission
too to soo. the buildings aro chock
full of lino exhibits. Tho Indian con
grosf bottei than last yoar. (5 rand
opening day July 1st, 1301).
I A FEW JUNE WE INDUCERS 1
0 Cash buying nnd selling1 is the bullet that batters down compe- iv
tition. Our large store room is filled with goods pur
chased before the recent strong advances.
We make the Price.
Acknowledged Leaders, m
Wo still have some of the Bradley &
Mctcalf shoes which we arc selling at
Ladies $3.60 vici kid, cloth top,
hand turned lace shoes at $ 2 75
Our $:J.25 vici kid, stock tip, hand
turn, button, at 2 50
Our 93.00 bright dongolu, Good
year welt, SS 2 25
Our 83.00 bright ttongolu, loco,
hand turn 2 25
Our $2.25 bright dongola, button
shoo at 1 00
Wo have a complete line of shoos from
tl to 83.50 per )air.
Childrens shoes from 25c to $1.40 per pr.
Hoys and youths shoos $1.25 to $2.00.
Men's shoes $1.40 to $4.00.
5t Dress Goods'.
Our stock in this line is always up to
ilV our motto: "The best goods for the
TTr i l . it
Henriettas in mixed and all wools, also
tho latest brocader in blacks and
Storm Serges in blue and black.
Fine wall serge in black, new bluo,
green, cardinal and gray.
LaBearge in different shades.
We find that we have a few nice sum
mer dress patterns in 7 yard lengths,
which we intond to make go by giving
20 per cent off tho the regular pi ice.
Carpet remnants at remnants of former
REMNANTS IN INGRAIN.
All cotton, 80c per yard made up,
regular 40o grade.
Union at 45c per yard made up, regu
lar G5c grade.
Ail wool at 5Cc and GOc per yard made
up, regular 00c and 70c grade.
Remnants in Moquettes, Axminsters,
Brussels at 77Jo per yard, made up.
Just enough for a 9x10 room.
All carpets out without waste to pur
chaser. We guarantee fit of all carpets.
Combinations havo advanced tho price
on furniture from 10 to 30 per cent.
Wo bought before tho advance.
Commnucod unloading another car on
Thursday, Juno 8th.
Wo Guarantee to lead all competition.
Iron Beds $ 3 00 to $ 5 00
Special in Couches C 00 to 18 00
Bed Room Suites 13 00 to 45 00
Kitchen Safes 3 50 to 1100
Chlflloners 0 00 to 15 00
Bed Springs 1 40 to 5 00
Mattresses 2 50 so 0 00
Sideboards 12 10 to 35 00
Tho largest lino of chairs ever shown in
Rod Cloud. From tho smallest to the
Dining Chairs, wood seat $ 70 to $ 1 40
Dining Chairs, cane scat. 00 to 2 00
Rockers 125to 15 00
SPECIAL VALUES FOR JUNE.
Linen finish Damask, two patterns at 18c
Linen finish damask 23cto35cpor yd.
Linen Damask 40c per yard.
Linen Damask, bleached and unbleach
ed 50o to 11.75 per yard.
Turkey Red, Yollow and high colors.
Value in evory piece. Prices
from 121 to 00c per yard.
15,000 yards prints in stock.
Dark colored dress prints, per yard 4o
Fancy colored dress srints, " Co
Blacks, Reds, Grays and Blues, por
American Shirting Prints por yard. 5c
Oil Calicoes, fancies and plain colors
Our lino of Dimities, Whits Goods and
Shirt Waist materials the best evor
shown in Red Cloud. Special value
in every article.
See oar colored and white figures ai lGo
Colored, Bleached and Unbleached.
Many match pattorus in damasks.
00c to $5.00 por dozen.
Chocks nnd Plaids 5c
Fnncy checks and plaids 7c
Southcun Silk 8c
Ranchman's 12 J
Fancy Newport 15c
Just tho thing for boy's waists.
Wo nre offering special values in
tng anu ready made sbeots.
0-4 unbleached sheeting 14c
0-4 bleached sheeting 15c
9-4 unbleached PepporiUR 18c
10-4 unbleached Pepperill R 20c
9-4 bleached Pepperill R 10c
10-4 bleached Popporill R 20c
50-inch pillow casing 121
46-inch pillow casing 10c
70x00 ready made sheets, hemmed
Pillow cases to match, each 15c
76x90 ready made sheets, hemstitch
ed, each 70c
Pillow cases to match, each 20c
WE ARE ACKNOWLEDGED LEAD-
ERS. WE MAKE THE PRICE.
Yard wide unbleached muslin, por
Yard wide unbleached L. L. muslin
per yard 4c
Yard wide unbleached L. L. muslin
best you can buy, per yard Cc
We are offering a special value in
mill ends muslin, 1 to 7 yd lengths
regular 7c gride, our price per yd 4
Naumkeg extra heavy unbleached,
per yard 6c
Other grades, per yard 7c and 8c
A good bleached muslin, per yard.. 4c
Hope bleached muslin, per yard. . . . 61
Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale
muslin, per yard 01
Cambric muslin, per yard, 10c and 121
Miner Bros., Red Cloud, Nebr.
35iB3 MINER BROTHERS, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. 2
A rnro opportunity to havo a delight
ful suiiuior outing at little cost, secur
ing incidentally the advantages of a
splendid phtiutituquti course Begins
July 21 Ends July t. Tho program
is complete lectures on every con
colvablo subject band concerts every
evening something to tlo, somowhoro
to go evory Ihour of tho day. Tho
Chutitautiiitt will close in a blazo uf
glory on Tuesday, July 4th, whon Gon.
Shatter will tell of tho campaign be
foro Santiago. Half rates to Beatrice
via the Burlington, June -M to July 4,
from stations within 200 miles.
Cheap Tickets to Detroit, Mlchleaa.
!.- -.1 . .... .
" nuTHiumge oi mo low rate, ono
faro plus $5 for the round trip, whioh
tho Burlington has made for tho '09
moctlug of tho Christian Endoavorers
and go oast ut about half usual cost.
July 3, 4 and 5 aro the dates of sale.
uortus, tickets and information
about return limits, side trips from
Detroit, etc., can bo had at any Bur
lington route ticket office. J, Franois,
Gonoittl Passeuger Agent, Omaha, Nrb.
Tho nnnual institute of Webster
county opened with an educational
rally on Juno 10th. The first and best
foaturo of the program was muslo by
Messrs. McBrtde and McNltt. Tho
ladies quartet sang in a very pleasing
manner. Misses Lillian and Pearl
Smith favored the audience with ti
song aud tho rest of the program con
sisted of short speeches and a debate.
Monday morning a lnrge number of
enthusiastic teachers assembled at tho
high school building. The threo nblo
instructors aro Prof. S. W. Millor of
the State University, Prof. O. C. Hub
bel of Fairfield and Cora E. Clary of
Nebraska City. Thoro are 144 teachers
enrolled and tho majority take great
interest in the work.
Ono feature of the institute that is
very pleaslug and instructive is prl
mary mothods of teaching. Miss
Clary has chargo of that work and ev
ery morning a class of children assists
her. She teaches the children before
an attentive audience of teachors.
For tho superintendent and instruct
ors tho writer has nothing to say but
words of praise. Tho only complaint
heard Is that tho institute docs not last
The superintendent gave a reception
to the teachers Monday evening at her
pleasaut homo. The lawn was nicely
decorated with Hags and lanterns.
Swings and seats woro placed hero and
thoro. Ice cream was served during
Sovoral teachers represented Z tho
title of some book. Evory teacher was
supplied with paper and poncil and
wrote the titles of the books represent
ed. Viola Ward guessed tho greatest
number of titles. The reception was a
success in every way.
Tuesday evening Prof. O. O. Hubbel
lectured at tho Baptist churoh, His
subjoct was "Mistakes in Life" It
was appreciated by all. Messrs, Mc
Bride and McNltt furnished excellent
Supt. Hussong of Franklin county
lectured at the Chris:ian church Wed
W. B, Householder of Bladen, Mrs.
Moore of Guide Rock, Supt. Hussong,
Rev. Hussong, Nellie West, Mrs. Geo,
Nowhouse, Ed Overing and Bruce
Payne have inn vitors thW week.
I wos seriously aillictcd with a cough
for several years, and last fall had a
more severe cough than ever before. I
have used many remedies without re
ceiving much relief, and being recom
mended to try a bottle of Chamber
laln'.s Cough Remedy by a friend, who,
kuowitig me to bo a poor widow, gave
it to me, I tried it, and with most grat
ifying results. Tin first bottle relieved
me very much nnd the second bottle
has absolutely cured me. I have not
had as good health for twenty years.
Respectfully, Mits. Mauy A. Bkahd,
Claremorc. Ark. Sold by 11. E. Grice.
ToJCure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxativo Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. 25c. The genuine (has
L. B. Q. on each tablet.
"Could Hoi Lmo
on Left Side."
"111 "li iBHKVtti K jT3li"lsP"
"For three years I suffered from
heart disease. Could not lie
on my left side, had dizzy
spells, and at times my heart
would skip a beat. Physi
cians and proprietary medi
cines failed to do me any
food, but three bottles of
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure made
me a healthy man.
J. J. VmmIotm, Oorn.ll, III. J
is sold by all druggists on Ruarantoo
first bottle benefits or money back.
nook on heart aucl nerves sont tree.
Dr. Miles Medical Company, Elkhart, Ind,
fit Jas. Peterson's.
F. V. TAYLOR,
The mUn (Dan
IS STILL DOING BUSINESS AT THE OLD STAND.
TtlAfS AMYUNK. CALL AND BE CONVINCED
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