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3 The Old Tallow Candle
J The Old "Specks."
p Thu old tallow eimdlu ami thu
f old method of scld-img giuvM's t
JJJ go together.
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ud litth me '"luck numbi-is "
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"specks" ft dim oil' cao ami
! puis ilifiti upon hi f ifti uitlimit
knowing they hiu right, s-hoiild )t
fl step to t It ti other enil of thu ii
J5 counter and buy a tallow i':iinllo J
n to go with them, u,
m If these arc too modern, there !i.
i still remains for him thu Hint
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1 WK KIT (ll.ASM.S TO MoDKIlS
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U JKWKMllS AND OPTICIANS
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
" 0 1). Morse t lie jeweler.
Now is the time to sUb-ciibc.
All work warranted at the new j ti
Harvey ('ox left Monday morning
Do you want a haw cook stou! If
80 3eo Wright
I). M. Piatt left Sunday morning for
n trip to Chiuiigo.
Como in and sec our sample poi trait
find you will want one.
Fred Gund of Blue Hil'. win visiting
friends here tho tfrst of tho week.
Oicnr Pattnor of Cow los spent Sun
day here visiting with old friends.
Walter Roby sells the Singer sewing
machine. Pi ices right. (Set the best.
Pay your subscription nnd get a cal
culating pencil. Thy area little won
der. L. I). O.ilmin left Satin d.iy for a
trip in Wyoming mid other states in
Mr. .mid Mr. .John C formerly
of this city, now of Kanas City, were
horn the first of the week.
Mrs. Klias (Joble left Mnndnr morn
ing for a visit with rel.ttives and friends
at Montgomery City, Mi-ti-nuti
Mrs. I). Jones of Guide Rock was
visiting here the last of the week with
her d'ltigh.er Nits (ienrje Morlrn'
1$. Si M piiatti'gfi Main N 1(1 Killed
three calves and eiiKpleil u fnurili he
longing to K fi (Jotii- m-M- Ids luime
west of town last Miml.it .
Dr. McK"i)by mid wife after a visit
hem l"'t Mi-'dav '' npeiinr where
they viil iiril.1- -i tii "iih iheii n.
fcred mil i'i.i i i i.i Hell ii. i.i mi
(Jutlii ie, I hih'Mi a.
Makes light, flaky, delicious hot
biscuits, rolls, muffins and crusts.
Makes hot bread wholesome. These
are qualities peculiar to it alone.
I have found
to all others.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Try the U"W jeweler,
Tiik Chief $1 per year.
See Wright before jou buy n gas or
I want eggs and will pay you cash.
Margnrct Miner was visiting friends
in Blue. 11111 thu last of the week.
O.J. Wnnou was looking after busi
ness matters in Heat rice this week
For a good smoke get the Riley cigar
at M M. Stern's and the Holland House.
Geo. Ross who has been in Denver
for some time has returned to this city.
1 havu n few Hist class sewing ma
chines to trade for stock. F. V Tay
i.oit. Alice Coombs left the Hist of the
week for Cietu where she will enter
Watches mid clocks made to run and
give satisfaction at the new jewelry
store C 1) Mousk.
L. C. Peisigcr of Bluo Hill, demo
ci atic nominee for lepresentntive was
hero tho last of tho week.
Mrs. Dennis Finn of Burr, Colorado,
arrived in thu city Saturday for a visit
with lelativcs mid friends here.
The Riley cigar is a hummer. For
stlu by M. M Stem and at the Holland
House. Try it and get a good smoke.
P.thct Cummiiigs leturncd Sunday
evening from a number of weeks' visit
vtithhur .sister Mrs. Carl Jenkins at
Mis Iiiulry of St. Joseph, Missouri,
at rived in the city Monday and has
taken I lie position of trimmer at the
Upto-Date Millinery Store.
Win. Parkes and brother Kdwurd
left Saturday for Indianola to attend
the funeral of their sister Mrs. C. S.
Quick of that place who died in Den
ver. Aicyou going to buy a sowing ma
chine! If so I havu the best machino
for the money over offered. Do not
fail to mo it before buying F. V.
Hot days followed by cool nights will
breed malaria in the body that is bil
lions or costive. Prickly Ash Bitters
is very valuable at this time for keep
ing the stomach, liver and bowels well
regulated. Sold by C. I.. Cotting.
Miss Nellie Sherman returned Tues
day evening from Des Moines, Iowa,
where she has been taking instruction
in the trimming department of a whole
stle mil inery house. She will go from
litre to McCook and take a position in
a millinery store theie.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postotlico at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for the week ending Sept. 13th,
A C. Francis. W. C.
Biown,l. C. Kimball, Wm.
Butler, J K. Littell, Sylvia
Krb, S S Parduti, Isaac
Flaek. Clr.a Sillers, Mrs. R. K.
Those leturs will be sent to the Head
u-ttt-r nflW September 12?ih if not call-
I f 'i In 1 " When calling for nbovo
.les .iv '.Ivortised " T. O. Hark-
iiii t r.
the Royal Baking Powder superior
C. Gorju, late Chef, Delmonico's.
100 WILLIAM ST.. NEW YORK.
All kinds of garden tools at Wright's.
Mrs. Wells left Wednesday for Alma.
Prico the watchts at Morsu's juwclry
Chris. Fasslor of Hluo Hill was horo
Alfred Hadell returned Tuesday from
a trip east.
All kinds of wiro fencing at Wright's
Miss Nettle Postlowaltof Guide Ruck
was here the lust of-tho week.
Wright has every article of ware that
is needed around the kitchen.
F. Newhousc has purchased thu Mc
Furlattd rosldcncu on St ward street.
Get thu Riley cigar at the Holland
House and Stent's. It's a good one.
Mrs. Giwits returned Monday night
from a several week's visit in Missouri.
For a good smoothu hnlr cut or shave
go to J. J. Baker's on Webster street.
Mrs. A. C. Potter of Load, South Da
kota, is visiting relatives hero this
Frank Kueltn and 11. W. Gulllford
wont overland this week to Greeley,
Chnrliu LongkotT, who has been vis
iting relatives mid friends here loft for
Mrs. M. C. Rockwell after a several
months visit at dilTurent points has re
turned home again.
Miss Irene Minor left Tuesday morn
ing for Chicago where she goes to re
sumo her musical studies.
Thu Rescue Circle will meet witli
Mrs. Tato Tuesday, September 18, at
II p.m. It is hoped till members will be
DA pleasant party was given by Mrs.
Geo. W. Lindsoy to a number of child
ren on last Saturday in honor of her
Bertha Smith and Dorlha Lockhart
of Jewell City, Kansas, arrivod horo
last Saturday on a visit to James Bur
den and wife.
James Halo has purchased tho prop
erty north of Henry Cook's drug store
and wo understand will have a brick
building built on tho same.
Mrs Mark Lawretson, formerly n
resident of this city, now of Holbrook,
this state, arrived hero this week
on a visit with J. O. Lindley mid fam
ily. Estkay Notice: Taken up at the
farm of F. W. Studubakcr four miles
west of Red Cloud, one bay horso pony
ten years old aud one light cream pony
blind in one eye, about twelve or fif
teen years old. K. W. Stuueiiakkh.
On Thursday morning liro was dis
covered in tho grocery department of
the Nobraska Norcautilo Co. Although
it was about throe, o'clock tho dromon
responded promptly, hut it was put
oat by a fow buckets of water hoforo
much damage was dono.
Tho republican electors of Garliold
township will meet in caucus on Thurs
day, Soptembor 20th, at 4 o'clock p.m.
at tho Pope school house for the pur
poso of nominating township ollicers
and such other business as may come
before the meeting. Kt. Amack, Com
mitteeman. Horeford breeding stock for sale.
One half blood cow llvo years old.
Two half b'ood yearlings, nearly two,
nno has calf by her side. The cow mid
one yearling are bred to full blood Rud
Polled bull nnd will bo fresh in February-
Also ono calf six weoks old. K.
L Fawcett, Cowlos, Nobr.
Again within the short space of f jur
months it becomes my sad duty to an
nounce to the ini'inbors of our corps
thu passing away of another of Its
members. Suddenly on Sunday morn
ing, August 20lh. Matilda Ladd, past
president of our corps, entered the un
seen world. In grateful appreciation
of her worth, and in loving memory,
lot tho charter of our corps be draped
with mourning for thirty days. By
command of Nancy J. Tuknkk, Corps
Homo visitors excursions, Septem
ber 10 and 30. On litest dates the
Burlington Route will sell ticrcets to all
points in Iowa, Wisconsin and north
ern peninsula of Michigan at rate of
one fare plus $3.00 for the round trip.
Same low rates will apply in southern
Minnesota, northern Missouri and tien
tral and western Illinois. Tickets will
be good to return any time within 30
days from date of Issuo. For further
iuformallon consult nearest ticket
agent or write to J. Francis, Gonerul
Passenger Agent, Omaha, Nob,
Odd Fellows Picnic: Tuo Guide
Roek lodge of Odd Fellows has united
with tho lodgo of this city and are pre
paring to give a harvest picnio at the
Amboy picnic grounds, Tuesday the
25th. This will be a basket picnic and
thu Odd Fellows and their families are
invited to como and enjoy thumsolves.
Also btlng your hammocks, s ving,
horse shoes, etc., and help furnish
plenty of amusuinont. The manage'
ment are looking forward to this as an
a tnual atTair so that tho Odd Fellows
and theii families may enjoy a closer
bond of fraternity. Program will bo
announced next week.
Tureo Inches of rain Monday after
noon and night.
Lou Wilmot has done some good
vork on the roads this week.
Mr. mid Mrs. Wildeyinado a business
trip to llostwlck this week.
A cottage union prayer meeting at
Will Aubushon's Sunday afternoon,
September lOth, at II p m. A cordial
invitation and bring Best and Punto
costal hymns by request of the leader
Mrs. Williams and Miss Sutton weru
the gnosis of Frank VanDyko this week
aud reports a big rain thetu.
Tho school In District 8 is getting
Thu school in District ill is gutting
alor.g nicely with Miss Kinsul of Red
Cloud as teacher.
11. 11. Haskius had tho mlsfottuito to
lose one of his horses by getting il in
the cane Saturday night.
Sowing wheat is the order of the
Tho union Sunday school at District
8 was reorganized September Uth mid
the following ollicers elected Super
intendent, Mrs. Aubushon ; assistant
Rev. It. H. Haskius; treasurer Ida An
bushon; secretary Miss May Seeluy mid
chorister, Charles Anderson. School
will meet at 10 a in. the Hist Sunday in
Some changes in location. Frank
VanDyko has moved in where Will Au
bushon lived, and Will Aubusou whuru
Chas. Isoni lived on thu Charley Bessu
The U. B will huld their fourth
qttartorly turetiiig on Rock creek, in
Franklin count-, September 10 and 10.
All of thu tlllcials itru teqiicsted to at
Rov. Jas. Campbell of North Branch
will preach at thu Pope school house
September 10 at 11 p.m. A cordial in
vitation is given to all.
Bonn, to Mr. and Mrs. Will Gnlbreth
a boy. They call him Win. McKinley.
Louis Aubushon has returned from
tho mines and reports a good time.
F. E. Smith, formerly residing north
of this town, now at Barada, Nebraska,
was here on business the first of tho
Ernest Jones starts thu last of tho
week for Ann Arbor, Michigan, to
take a degree in law.
Tho Rough Riders organized Tuesday
Tho McKinloy-Roo!ovelt club has 70
members and still coming in rapidly.
Tho Rough Riders drill Saturday
Wm. Sawyer and 1. B. Colvin wore
at tho county seat Wednesday.
Born, Sept 7, to Mr. and Mrs, A.
Sides, a daughter.
Guide Rock vs Weblor at Guide
Rock Friday and Saturday Sept. 7 and
8. Scoro Guido Rock 9, Webber 1; Sat
urday Guido Rock 20, Webbor 12.
Archie Redden is playing ball horo
Burt Crow has bought the Lcn
I. W. Crary, A. J. Hayes and Clyde
Hodges have just returned from K it
sns City and St. Joseph whore they
have boon purchasing large invoices of
Kirkpatrick& Lovitt sold six horses
the first of tho week.
Robt. Garrison and wife started
Monday for a visit in Illinois.
Harvey Sides is down frjin Atnpii
boo. Four and foity hundreths of an inch
of rain hero Monday.
S. Vandoren of White Cloud, Kansas
is visiting in this vicinity. .
See our portrait offer mid thou come
in nnd see the lamplu portrait.
t Teeth Would Last I
$ too Years
JJ if kopt clean that is, surgically
clean; so clean that no tooth do-
M stroyiug germ can tind lodgment. i
There are plenty of dentrlHccs
JjJ that will polish enough or too JJ
Mi iniico but few that will cleanso
i Dr. Reed's
I Tooth Powder
JjJ clcansos, whitens nnd polishes
tho tooth, and is an antiseptic
a. nnd ret-michln. Dunn nil that
U any other tooih preparation does m
jjj and it has the germ destroying
i quality that few have. Perfectly
harmless, delightful to use.
PRICE 25 CENTS.
C. L. COTTING,
The Druggist S
Have you seen those
NEW FALL SUITS.
Nothing like them ever seen in this city.
Suits that Demand Your
We are showing a great variety of novelties in fall
suits. Unfinished worsteds, fancy worsteds,
fancy cassimercs, made in sack suits, single or
double breasted. Elegant line dress frocks in
clays and French backs.
All our fall styles in
now on the shelves.
Hoy's and Children's
clothing in endless
Gouiden-Kaley Glothing Go. J
Still hammering away and the prices are showing
the effects of so much hammering. We are mak
ing them lower than the lowest, and you should
take advantage of it to save money on
From week to week we put a few prices inthe
papers. The proper way to get full benefit
is to come
0 fnc.h stove pipe ("Jjij pounds to joinl)
d inch, ono pluctt, corrugated steel elbow ,
(1 Inch, lour piece, stool elbow -
Ouo-nitlf pound, No. 0 copper rivets
ThrcefourtliH inch galvanized iron pipe, pur foot..
One quart tin fruit cars, per dnzon
No. 8 Nicklo d lifted copper lou kottlo
100 foot wire clothes linos
Mrs. Pott's Sad Irons, por sot
Come in and see the O. K. rotary washers. These
Care the best washers on the market and
give the best satisfaction.
Our'spacc is limited but our stock is complete.
iuome in and let us
i . t.j sacrei
Morhart Bros. Hardware Co.
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beautiful Autumn tints to
in and see us.
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