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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1899)
THE BED CLOUD CELIEF, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1399.
44 Woman's Work
School District No.
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Tlie consiAnl cue cuises sleeplessness,
loss of Appetite, extreme nervousness. And
tftAt tired feeling. But a ivonderfut
cfuvigc comes ivtten Hood's SArsApArilla
is tAkcn. It gives pure, lich blood, good
Appetite, ste.idy nerves.
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On motion, board of equalization n
jonrncil sine die.
J. P. Ham;, Clerk.
PUBLISHED KVERT FRIDAT
Entered t the post office at Red Cloud, Neb. m
lecond clan mall matter.
Local advertising ft cent per line per luatie.
Local AdTertlilnt for entettalnmenta, con
cern, wclali, etc., given by churchci, charitable
aocletle. etc., where all tnonejr railed there
from are uned wholly for church or charitable
ocletlea, first ten linen free and all over ten
line 3M cent per line per Italic.
Local advertlalng of entertainment, concert,
recital, etc, where per cent I given to pro
moters, cent per line per laaue.
Oae column per month ... (7 on
One half column per month .....- .1 ro
Onefoorth column per month........-.....- 1 75
Qenaral dlaplay advertising 8U cents per
Ucb per laaue.
WL $iy Wm Ibk I m mm v
Red Cloud, Neb., Juno 12, 1800.
Board of county commlBsionerH met
pursuant to adjournment. Following
present: E. B. Smith, Geo. P. Wober,
Jerome Vance, Win. Ironn, Win. A. May,
Business was transacted as follows:
Petition of I. Frisbio nnd others for
bridge across the Republican river at
Petition of J. Wntten to open up
road commencing at the went end of tho
lnot one-half mile caiit and between
AdainH and Webster county granted.
Petition of Thoi. Roder and others to
open up road commencing at northeast
cornor of section seven, and northwest
corner of section 8. town 2, range 12,
running one mile south between said sec
tion. First half mile of load opened as
Resignation of Geo. O. Yeiser, justice
of the peace, Red Cloud City, was pre
sented and accepted.
J. R. Coon was appointed road over
seer district 27 and bond approved.
Moved and carried that the county
have a telephono in the county clerk's
Board adjourned to meet Jtino 10, '09.
Red Cloud, Juno 10, 1801).
Board met as per adjournment, to
transact general business. Members
present: May, Weber, Vance, Irons,
On motion, the county treasurer was
instructed to transfer $1200 from the
poor-house fund to county bridge fund.
Contract for building a vault in the
court house as per plans and specifica
tions filed, was let to G. W. Ross for
County treasurer was instructed to
sell lot 0, block 27. city of Red Cloud,
for $100, In payment of all delinqnent
taxes, including those of 1800.
Resignation of J. Porter, Jr., as jus
tice of tho peace, of Red Cloud city, pre
sented and accepted.
On petition, Sam'l West was appoint
ed justice of tho peact vice Geo. O. Yei
ser resigned, both in Red Cloud.
E. J. Solomon was appointed justice of
tho peace for Harmony precinct.
Tho following official bonds were ap
droved by tho board:
A. B. Wiggins, overseer road district
R. D. Bedford, justice of the peace,
Red Cloud city.
E.J. Solomon, justice of tho peace,
Sam'l West justice of tho peace, Red
On motion, E. W. Coplen was author
ized to purchaso one self-binder, one
mower and one hay rake for use on
county poor farm.
On motion, county clerk was ordered
to notify tho several road overseers that
tho county board will not allow claims
for road or bridgo work, or material for
bridges or culverts, unless same is or
dered or sanctioned by some member of
Claims were allowed ns follows:
HJMaurer, road work
OM bulrloy. " '
QHouohln " " ,
tJEldrldge " "
KHouoUIn " "
itofliFearn " "
the best prize, viz: Value in every piece of goods sold.
All goods marked in plain figures. We Lead.
Prices and quality guaranteed.
If yoa m not satisfied uuth your purchase bring it baek.
Red Cloud, Neb., Juno 1H, 1809.
Board met as a board of equalization,
with all members present, and pro
ceeded to review assessment books from
tho various precincts.
And later appeared before the board,
Jno. Hardwick, requesting tho board to
reduce the assessment of lots 7, 8, 0, 10,
11, and se4 of soctlon 2-1-12, to $1.50 per
acre. Action postponed.
At 5 o'clock, board adjourned till 8 n.
m., Juue 14.
June 14, 8 a. m board met, and con
tinued to review assessors' books.
Geo. Nowhouse now comes before tho
board and asks a reduction of assess
ment in the sum of $00, on lots 7, 8, and
10, block 4, Red Cloud, which, on mo
tion boord refused to grant.
At ft p. in,, board adjourned till 8 u.
in., Juue 15.
June 1ft, 8 u. in., board met as ad
journed, with all members present.
Moved and carried that the county
clerk make tho following changes in tho
real estate assessments in tho various
Beaver Creek, , . .add 2 per cent.
OakCievk " !t "' "
Garfield " 1)7 "
Pleasant Hill.... " 0 " "
Batiu " 12 " "
Walnut Creek... " 11 " '
Cntherton " 10 " "
Stillwater.... reduce 4 " "
Potsdam ' 10 "
Rod Cloud... " 4 " "
Glenwood.... " 18 " "
Harmony.... " 4 " "
Moved and carried that the clerk make
the following changes In the assessment
of personal property.
Guide Rock add 2 per cent.
OakCroek " 2 " "
Gartleld " 0 t
Pleasant Hill... " 4 " "
Inavale " 7 " "
Harmony " ft " '
Line reducol " "
Red Cloud... " 0 " "
Walnut Creek " 8 " "
Catherton.... " 7 "
On motion, the county clerk was or
dered to extend on the tax list for the
year 1690, the following levies for county
County general fund, 0,2 mills.
' bridge ' 2.0 "
" insane " .5 "
" railroad bonds2.0 "
Soldiers relief fund.. .!! "
County poor fund .... 1.0 "
" road " ....8.0 "
I'opo 4 MoClamu, road plow 10 00
Ooo, Karl, road word 7 SO
Ooo Earl, bridgo work BOO
Joa HoKee, bride work 5 35
All Bowman, timber 0725
M L Flnkenbtnder, road work 8 00
Wo still have some of tho Bradley &
Metcalf shoes which we are selling at
Ladles 93.80 vici kid, cloth top,
hand turned lace shoes at t2 75
Our 13.25 vici kid, stock tip, hand
turn, button, at 2 GO
Our 83.00 bright dongola, Good-
your welt, b S 2 25
Our 83.00 bright dongola, lace,
hand turn 2 25
Our $2.25 bright dongola, button
shoo at 1 00
We havo a completo line of shoes from
tl to $3.50 per pair.
Childrens shoos from 25c to 11.40 per pr.
Boys and youths shoes 81.25 to $2.00.
Men's shoes 81.40 to 84.00.
Our stock in this line is always up to
our motto: "The best goods for the
Henriettas in mixed and all wools, also
tho latest brocador in blacks and
Storm Serges in blue and black.
Fino wall sergo In black, new blue,
green, cardinal and gray.
LaUcarge in aifferent shades.
Wo lind that we havo a fow nice sum
mer dress patterns in 7 yard lengths,
which we intend to make go by giving
20 por cent oil the tho regular pi ice.
Carpet remnants at re in units of former
REMNANTS IN INGRAIN.
All cotton, !(0o per yard made up,
tegular -lOo grade.
Union at 45o per yard made up, regu
lar 55o grade.
Ail wool at 5Co aud GOc por yard made
up, regular GOc and 70c grail o.
Remnants in Moquettes, Axminsters,
Brussels at 771c par yard, made up.
Just about enough for a 9x10 room.o
All carpets out without wast to pur
chaser. We guarantee tit of all carpets.
Combination have advanced tho price
on furniture from 10 to 80 por cent.
We bought before the advance.
Commenced unloading another car on
Thursday, June 8tb.
We Guarantee to lead all competition.
Iron Beds 8 8 00 to $ 5 00
Special in Couches 0 00 to 18 00
Bed Room Suites 13 00 to
Kitchen Safes 3 50 to
ChiQioncrs 5 00 to
Bed Springs 1 40 to
Mattresses 2 50 se
Sideboards 12 10 to
Tho largest line of chairs ever shown in
Red Cloud. From tho smallest to the
Dining Chairs, wood seat 8 70 tor 8 I 40
Dining Chairs, cano scat. 90 to 2 00
Rockers 1 25 to 15 00
SPECIAL VALUES FOR JUNE
Linen finish Damask, two patterns at 18c
Liuon finish damask 23c to 35c per yd.
Linen Damask 40c per yard.
Linen Damask, bleached and unbleach
ed 50c to 81.75 per yard.
Turkoy Red, Yellow and high colors.
Value in every piece. Prices range
from 12 to GOc por yard.
15,000 yards prints in stock.
Dark cofbred dress prints, per yard
Fancy colored dress srints, "
Blacks, Reds, Grnys and Blues, per
Amorican Shirting Prints por yard.
Oil Calicoes, fancies and plain colors
per yard, 7c to
Colored, Bleached and Unbleached.
Many match patterns In damasks.
GOc to 85.00 per dozei.
Checks and Plaids Gc
Fancy checks and plaids 7c
ouuuienu ouk 8C m
Amoskeag loo "
Fancy Newport 15c
Just tho tking for boy's waists.
We are offering special values In
lag arm reauy made sheets.
9-4 unbleached sheeting 14c
0-4 bleached sheeting 15c
0-4 unbleached PepperillR 16c
10-4 unbleached Pepperill R 20c
9-4 bleached Pepperill R 10c
10-4 bleached Pepperill R 20c
50-inch pillow casing 12
40-inck pillow casing 10c
70x90 ready made sheets, hemmed
Pillow casos to matck, each 10c
70x90 ready made sheets, hemstitch
ed, oach 70c
Pillow cases to match, each 20c
Our line of Dimities, Whits Goods and
Shirt Waist materials tho best ever
showa la Red Cloud. Special value
in every article
See our colored and white tigurespiques
at 15c to 30c.
WE ARE ACKNOWLEDGED LEAD
ERS. WE MAKE THE PRICE.
Yard wido unbleached muslin, por
Yard wide unbleached L. L. muslin
Yard wido unbleached L. L. muslin
best you can buy, por yard 5c
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, por yard 7c and 8c
A good bleached muslin, per yard.. 4c
Hope bloached muslin, per yard .... 5
Fruit of the Loom and Lonsdale
muslin, por yard 8
Cambric muslin, per yard, 10c and 12
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Miner Bros., Red Cloud, Nebr.
lay minfr RDnTUPRc Dm p.i nun ucnotci V
MINER BROTHERS, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Ia Molutoab, bridge work 10 25
SUndqulat " " 1350
JoallarU " ' 1025
C 11 Crouo, froaoaao ot llont 2 CO
Trailer Lumber Co., lumber 5 12
O A tiutbrlc, wltuoss Nelaon caao 3 20
WBbhlrloy, 3 2
Q E Oatman, aaaoaalng Oak Creek 00 00
J A Bailey
M W Fuller
W M Dlokaou
W K ItoyuoMu
O W Hatifui
J W Wurrcu
11 eo May
I W Molntyru
Heaver " ....
Stillwater 70 50
lied Cloud precinct., 150 00
Pleasant Hill 61 0
WaluutCrcok... . 8180
Kim Creek 7220
(lulilullook 1.13 40
GnrneM 08 GO
Hod Cloud City 18700
Olenwood 82 60
Total 17 mills.
Moved and carried that the comity
cloik be also instructed to extend on 1801)
tax list tho following levies lor payment
of bdiool district lionds on sinking fund:
Ii II Heck.vmncas (eoa 340
Joa Warren, Inquoat Borgouaon caae .... 1260
WMCrabill, Jury (eea 200
OF. Itamoy " ' 200
n Iiludqulit " " 2 00
KW Coplen " " 200
WLMcUlllan" " 200
CTDIckoraon. smithing 400
W H Hoaencrana, road work 0 00
IjESpence, printing 700
IiF.Talt ' 1575
W L McMillan " 00U
J O Lludtey, moala for Jurors 8 20
J P Halo, part tax Hat 40000
Ii B Wllaon. office rent 810
Harry Btroup, labor on Jail 4 00
WW Wllllama, Janitor work 200
11 F Mlier.auppllos 525
Jaa llurden, postage, oto 1000
II Y Hudson, wltneas fees 300
It Dledericli, rudsofor poor 1 50
State Journal Co., supplies 1505
J II Walsh, supplies , 6043
Sherwood & Albright, rudso for poor 150
K W Coplen. salary 0060
Or. Y K MoKeeby, medical aid 8 69
A J Htiyea, mdsefor poor 3500
C D Hoblnson, cash advanoed 2200
E J Peterson, fence for poor farm 14 87
. LB Wllaou, expense Hayoa-Hent case., . 31 08
It F Hudson, care for poor ,, 3409
Rill of Austin Western Co. for 14.00
The following claims wore laid over:
Chas. Wolf, bounty on coyotes. . . .$8.00
Geo. Tophani, ' ' ' 0.00
W. N. Richardson, illegal taxes... 05.80
Juue 10, hoard-met in rugular M-wion;
membeiH all pretout.
On motion, .1. W. Wiitren was np
The following bonds were next ap
proved: Geo. Chaput, overseer road
district 47; J. W. Warren, coroner.
On motion, four wheel scrapers and
six drog scrapers were ordered from
Pope & McClaren, two wheelers to be
shipped to Inavale, balance to bo deliv
ered at Red Cloud.
J P Hale, recording official bonda 22 90
Goo P Weber, commissioner sorvlco 3210
EHHmlth. " " 42 25
Win A May, ' ' 33 40
Wm Irons, " " 35 93
Jerome Vano. " " 2S20
Finding that the numerical iuilex for
lands in the county is in bad condition,
and in order to secure the county and
individual against loss or injury, county
clerk was ordered to purchase tho index
or indexes required and transcribe the
On motion, Smith, Weber and May
were appointed to settle witli tho county
Board then adjourned, to meet August
I was seriously uillicted with a cough
for several years, and last fall bad a
more severe cough than over before. I
have used many remedies without re
ceiving muck relief, aud boiug recom
mended to try a bottlo of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy by a friend, who,
knowing me to be u poor widow, gave
it to me, I tried it, and with most grat
ifying results. Tliu tirst bottle relieved
me very much and tho second bottle
has absolutely cured me. I have not
had as good Health for twenty years.
Respectfully, Mus. Makv A. Ukahd,
Claremore, Ark. Sold by ii. E. Grice.
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TolCure a Cold in One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund money if it
fails to cure. 25c. lhe genuine has
L. U. Q. on each tablot.
A rare opportunity to havo a delight
ful sunuier outing at little cost, secur
ing incidentally the advantages of a
splendid Chautauqua course. Begins
July 21. Ends July 4. The program
is completo lectures on every crfn
colvable subjectband concerts every
evening something to do, somewhere
to go every Jhour of the day. The
Chautauqua will close in n bla.o of
glory on Tuesday, July 4th, when Gen.
Shatter will tell ot the campaign be
fore Santiago. Half rates to Beatrice
via the Burlington. June M to July 4,
from stations witlilu 200 miles.
Cheap Tickets to Detroit. Michlgaa.
Take advantage of the low rate, one
fare plus $3 for the round trip, which
tho Burlington has made for tho '00
meeting of tho Christiau Endeavorers
and go east at about half usual cost.
July 3, 4 and 5 aro the dates of sale.
Berths, tickets and information
about return limits, sldo trips from
Dolroit, etc., can be had at any Bur
lington route ticket olllco. J. Francis,
General i'assengor Agent, Omaha, Nob.
What you want is not temporary re
lief from piles nut a euro to stay cured.
DeWitt's Witch IItt7.f1 Salvo omes
piles, and they stty unrwl U. L. Cot-ting.
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yc.tr lor 81 25
lit llltill Oft'HIl out
"When my son George was
14, he was stricken with a ter
rible nervous affliction. Phy
sicians nor medicines helped
him. He lost his speech, use of
limbs and could hardly swal
low food Before he had fin
ished a bottle of Dr. Miles'
Nervine he could talk and eat
well and 5 bottles cured him.
Mrs. Julia O'Connor, Fulton, Ky, 9P
is sold by nil drugots on guarantee,
first bottle benefits or money back.
Hook on heart nnd nerves sent free.
Dr. Miles flcJIcal Company, Elkhart, tnd.
Jit Jas. Peterson's.
F. V. TAYLOR,
The FOFfiitafe (Dani
IS STILL DOING BUSINESS AT THE OLD STAND.
THAN ANYONE. CALL AND BE CONVINCED BEFORE BUYING. -f
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