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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1898)
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY. MARCH 1. 1898.
The First Shot
Men' Fine Alt Wool
Ha ndsomcly- Ta ilorcd
SUltS t $7. 50.
The hirgest and most ex
clusive assortment ve have
ever shown. New, bright,
''catchy" patterns, exclusive
ly confined to us.
V '.' These garments are tail
ored by the makers of the
famons "VITALS" Brand,
the best tailored, Ready-to-wear
clothing in the World.
"Here is a' Hard Nut for Competition
Royal make the food pure,
wholesome aid dallalaui .
ROYAL UAKIhQ POACCR CO.! NEW YORK.
F. P. Hartley ouiriugo painter.
C. S. (Juick of Indiaiiola is licit'.
II. I.. Aiyou is now 11 resident of this
Ho to Hutlor for the host in saddlery
Seo those Ifno surreys at Peterson's
anil nolo tho low prices.
Randolph McNitt was looking nftcr 1
legal matters in Hastings this week.
Junius Mcfford of Guide Rock attend
ed to business mutters in this city on
Tho B. & M. are placing water pipes
in tho eating houso atid will also plitco
them in tho depot,
W. G. Warren of Superior washeio
this week visiting with tho folks and
looking after business interests.
I'. MeFarlatid assistant suporin
tondoiitof ihu H & M- with headquur
tors at Holyoko, Colorado, was hero
Ivl. M. Calkin- of (Jraiirt .Iiu. ion,
Colorado, was here the lust l the
wecl. with 11 shipmoi t of entile Ho
was 1:. King them to Kutisi t'ity.
A it- w mi .leiiiier, or mi old Miusorib
or, who pay, a jcui In advance of Feb
ruary 1 i 'i. Ws. i'1 ''' e v -o good
booki. i;. ad titvi iti"ii."ii' anoth
er pag. .
U. 11. ltu-t soys lie will have a uieo
lino of imi.-ei.y Mod; for spiiug trade.
Applo, cheirj, plum, peach, small
fruit ai.tl 11 mco" li'i" of II. P. loses.
Good stock for sale cheap.
Read our free book offer.
Sec Hadley for paper hanging.
Thntl McNitt wus in Guide Rock
W. S. Dense and wife returned homo
from Denver Wednesday.
Ell Vale of Suporior was in the city
tho forojpart of tho week-
Cotting the Druggist can supply
you with any kind of sowing machine
Don't miss tho "Dreams of Fairy
land" at the opera house Tuesday
For a first elass shuve or hair cut
call on (J. W. Fentress one door .south
of Calmes' bakery.
The beautiful cantata, "Dream id
Fairyland" will be given at tho opera
house next Tuexlay evening.
A. I. Funk, forinetly of this city,
now of Lincoln, va looking after bus
iness Intel ests here the last of tho week.
Will Jackson of Fort Worth, ;Toxas,
came in the last of the week, called
here b he scriousof llnoss ofhis father
V. II. Scrivner, real estate man,
will sell your farm for you for a rea
sonable per cent, or will trade your
farms for Missouri lauds. Address, V.
II. Scrivner, Red Cloud, Nebr.
J. II. Smith writes combined insur
ance for a term of fivo years at !5 per
cent. On schools houses, churches and
farm property on tho installment plan.
Drop him a card at Red Cloud, Neb.
For llomeseoker's excursion dates
via tho Missouii, Kansas & Texas rail
way, and information of thoir tourist
sleeper arrangements, address G. A,
McNutt, I). I. A., 1011 Union avenue,
Kansas City, Mo,
F. L. Daggett on last Sntiudav re
moved his family and household ef
fects to Pliillipsbiirg, Kansas, where ho
will reside in tho futiiie, he having
gone into tho marble business at tliat
place in partnership with Harry Mann
wlio formerly winked in this city.
A man stopping his paper wrote tho J
following ti) tho editor which shows
the avel age intelligence of the people
of that type: "I think folks oil. 1 stop
payiu out their mutiny fer pappcrs-.
my dad dident and everey body sed ho
wus tliu intciigeuts man in tho kentry
and razedjtho smartos fnmiley ( f boys
that ever dug tutors." Ex.
See our book oiler.
Hadley paints buggies.
J O Hiitlor's goods are up-to-date.
A. C. Hosiner was in Lincoln this
Nelson Herg of Campbell washeie
WillYeiserof Republican was lieie
visiting the folks.
Amos Cowdcn was up from Superior
the lirst of tho week.
"Dreams of Fairyland" at the opera
house net Tuesday evening.
Harness that will wear, keep its
shape and look neat is the kind made
by J (). Hutlcr.
Good workmanship and material
in harness is the same as in other
goods. ,1.0. Hut lei's goods h-iw both.
The Union Fire Insurance (Jompaiij
is Ibe best mutual. Combine iil.s; 111
installments ;i per cent. ,1. II. Smii'H,
John Poluicky and wife and XeNe
l.oogtin and wife spent Sunday in
Rivcitou, tho guests of Mr. and Mis.
Med Laval lee.
Tiik Ciiikp, 11 set of Ch y p 1. tern
knives, and a bound bo k, all for one
subscription paid in advance. Sub
Drop in nnd seo what I have just
bought in the buggy lino nnd uoto how
cheap you can buy nn A grade buggy.
Walter Chinnock of DeWitt, this
state, is hero this weok greeting his old
friends. Ho will probably iiiuko this
city his homo again in tho near future.
Will Jackson, yard foreman of the
Rock Island railroad at Fort Worth,
Texas', arrived hero tho lust of tho
week, called by tho dangerous illness
of his father.
II. Murray, claim agent for tho It. it
M. was here Thursday from Wymore.
Ho was here in regard to tho accident
which happened to Mr. Hcrlin of tho
Herliu-1'ond Opera Co.
C. W. Kaley drove his hor.se down
town onu day recently and tied him.
Sometime later ho walked home and
on goiuj; to tho barn it dawned upon
him that he had left the horse down
George H. Secord, the well known
contractor of Towauda, Now York,
says: "I havo used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in my family for a long
time aud.bave found it superior to any
other." For sale by H. E. Grico.
Orul Garner, tho littlo ton year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gur
net' of Inavalo died lust Sunday even
ing. Tho funeral services of tho littlo
otio were conducted at tho Methodist
church Tuesday nfternoon by Rov.
Ulackwell. Tho sympathy of all goes
out to tho stricken family.
Tuesdry evening tho M. W. A. gave
an open meeting; to tho public. Rev.
James Mark Darby of Red Cloud was
present and delivered one of his fa
mous lectures in tho Interests of Jtho
Modern Wooodmcn. Mr. Darby made
a telling speech, ami depicted the bene
fits derived from the lodgo in u manner
calculated to win frionds for tho lodge.
Ernest Holton formerly of this city
passed through here last Saturday on
his way homo to Pa at Denver. On ac
count of leaving his dress suit, tan
shoes and laundry somewhere in tho
south where tho climate only permits
of a pair of plow shoes, a sweater and
overall', lie did not tolcgiaph ahead for
his ".suleet tew" friends to meet him at
Tin: Ciiiki' is coinpelltd in issue
twelve pages this week on account of
the licavy advertising pati onage. Our
merchants realize the worth of Dm
home paper as an advertising medium
and do not hesitate to take advantage
of it. It would be well for purchasers
to read what these mei chants havo to
s 13 as j 011 may save several dollars in
purchasing your spring and sumniet
A Denver man lias discovered a plnn
to get u hog back into the pea via tho
upurture through which it passed out.
His receipt ia .ubstauco is: "Get tho
hog's nose at the hole in tho pen, then
pass around behind tho hog carefully,
get hold of its tail ami pull back as
hard as you can Tho animal will
think you want to prevent it fwun go.
iug in and makes a leap to its old
place." This receipt may be all right
but what will you pull providing his
hognlup has been iiiitortunato and had
that pin 1 of Ins anatomy amputated.
Evtijono come to tho npciuhou.o
on Tuesday evening, March 2'Jd,
and isit "Fairy Land." Von will bo
will ui aid. You will -.eo all kinds of
fail it s, guild and evil failles; ted white
and b:..c; fairies. Vu will hi ur tho
music 1 r 'heir swer t voices us Mn-j tell
us t nil the grandeur of their fairy
world mil seo ilium join in U11 r lueiry
dunces This 1 puny ,,( inUli un
(thitty in niimbei) till cubic y,,u t0
experience a real "Dicani n Fairy,
land." We will bo giad to ate 3011 all
out. You can secure tickets at tho
tistinl place. Come, you can't afford to
MOKK Ol! LKSSi I'HIISIlNAb.
P. A. Wells of Hastings was here this
Mrs. Alfred Hadell is home from a
visit in Hastings.
Mrs, .lames Humphrey of Kivcitou
was hero this week.
Richard Tibbetts of Hladen was hero
this week 011 business.
Mrs. S.J. Tait has built a new fence
around her icsidcuce property.
(runt Usher of Smith Center was
lieie this week visiting friends.
Losr One gold D. of II. emblem pin,
Finder lctuin same to Xewhouse Hros.
and receive icwaitl.
Foil Rr.Nr L. llauni has a house of
I'.' moms for lent. For paiticulais
call on tins llcrhurger
Our new bicjeic lepan .shop is the lat
est ihlug in town, Come in and sec us
in the iiintlieast eoimrof Moon block.
Wani.I.H At once. A few good
fai 111 loans to run live joins $ per
cent intciesi, optional payments. 1)
It Sl'ANOIII 1..
A basket siippet for the boiictit of
the Sunday .school was held at Lower
Penny creek school house ami the pro
ceeds amouuted to $ I. A good timait
The new sidewalk on Elm street be
tween the residences of Henry Cook
und G. W. Dow, adds much to tho ap
pearance of tho street nnd also to the
comfort of the traveling public.
Oscar Anderson secured the gruphu
phono given away to tho bolder of tho
largest number of coupons. Ho is
thuukful to the friends who helped him
to swell tho number of his coupons.
Married, at the residence of tho
bride's parents, 011 Monday, March 14,
Rev. J umes G. Day oUiciatiug, Mr
Fred Hunt to Miss Stella Auxier of
Cowles. Tiik Ciitutr extends congrat
ulations. Wo will pay a salary of $10.0(1 per
week und expenses for man with tig
to introduce our Poultry Mixture and
Insect Delt oyer in tho couutrj . Ad
dress with stamp PiiitCKcrios Miu.
Co., Pat sous, Kansas.
Work on the foundation for the ad
dition to Miner Hrotliert stoio building
h being rushed us fast us possible und
by tho end of ;lie week, tho weather
remaining favorable, the brick masous
will have commenced their work.
C. J. Plait has had tho two buildings
removed from the lots north of the
lumber yard, und will in tho near fu
ture increase the size of the yard und
also tho stock of lumber tojconfoiin
with tho present prosperous condition
of tho country.
At tho republican city convention
held this afternoon the following ticket
was nominated: Mayor, L. II. Reck;
city clerk, L. E. Tuit; treasurer, G. W.
Dow; police judge, C. S. Hennott; alder
man second ward W. E. Rife; alder
man first ward Geo. Hollister; school
board, F. G. Turnuro and W. H. Roby.
A couple of ladies on last Saturday
ubstruct.d tho photograph of n young
man of Hladen from the photograph
gallery of Haillio Ji Rodstrotn who
were then at that place. They must
havo been badly gone on the young
man und a guardian should be up
p dutcd for fear they carry him off in
Rev. E. Eil vards, pastoj- of the En
g'i.sh Haptist church at Minersvillc,
Pi , when .suffering with rheumatism,
wis advised to try Chamberlain's Pain
Halm. He says. "A fi w applications
of this liniment proved of great service
to me. It subdued tho iullammatioti
ami relieved the pain. Slim. hi any
suffeier profit by giving Pain Halm a
trial it will please 1110." For sale by
The MeCook Republican says: "It is
learned from good authority tho time
of No. 4 for leaving hero will bo
changed Sunday, March 20, from Ili'JO
p.m. to 11 p.m., as it wus before put
ting on tho tlyers. This will also ne
cessitate the opening of night offices at
Hartley, Holbrook and Edison. A pas
senger will also bo put on tho Oberlln
branch to connect with trains 15 and
10 on tho sumo da;o. This train will
run daily except Sunduy."
The Pond-Horlin Obora Co., which
has been an attraction at tho opera
house sinco last Monday night is some
what different from tho usual weok
stand engagements which havo mado
tills place, in tho fact that it is a good
clean show without any attempt at the
low and vulgar. In tho leading man
Mr. Pond, they havo an actor of merit,
ai.d Miss Lulo Hcrlin tint leading lady
catches tho ainliunco just right to bo
appreciated. Tho between act ppeohl
ties are all up-to-date and Master Dean
does not fail to bring down the house
with his clever singing. They carry
their own special scenery which helps
mateilally to cover up tho deplorable
condition of the tatteied and unkempt
appearance ot tho stage idlings of the
opera house. Their costiines aro first
class Thuy will present The Fire
man's Ward on Saturday evening and
should receive good patronago.
And see our spring stock.
It presents an an opportu
ity for economical buying
that nobody can afford to
miss. It is
The Right Place
' The Right Goods r
The Right Price.
Ofll IXKUANT LINK OK
I Men's and Boy's Clothing,
n j n
i riirnixninff. rinds
llats and Caps,
is nearly complete. We call your at
tention to our ALL WOOL MEN'S
FANCY PLAID CHEVIOT SUITS
$5.0, $6.00 and $6.30.
We deserve your trade hcoauso we give tlio
FAIREST, SQUARES'!' OPPORTUNITY for buy
ing HONEST GOODS AT HEDROCK PRICES.
FHEYPRK Si Co.
Red Cloud's Reliable Clothing House.
H. L. Edwards, a farmeu living north
of town died at his homo on lust Tues
day. Ho wan at tho time of his death
n.'i years, 0 months and 0 days old and
leaves a wife und five children, three
sisters und a father to mourn his lots.
The remains were taken to Hubbcll
on Thursday for interment.
Tho assessors of this county mot on
Tuesday nnd tho following is the basis
for taxation made: Horses from $10
to $10; mules, $7; cuttle, 1 year, W; 2
years, 94; others, 10; hogs, fifty cents
per hundred; strain engines and boilers
$25; lire ami burglar pi oof safes, $15;
billiard tables, $15; carnages, etc, $1
to $15, watches and clocks, $1 to $5;
pianos, $10 to 310; molodeons, etc , $1
to $(!; corn, !l cents; wiieat, 15 cents;
oats, !l cents, rj'o, ') cents; household or
office fiiriiituie, $1 to $50; all other
propel ty to be listed biiucl ed from $'J
to $10; land S'2.50 pei acre.
A program for the cnieitaiiiiiient to
I)" given at the opera houso by the 1803, as that would enable us to more
public schools, on next Friday evening, fullv educate the people. Tho great
Match 25th, was received at this office est foe to political salvation is good
this week, but owing to a rush of work j ciops. Von cannot get a man who is
it was impossible to publish it. Tim j out of debt anil has plenty to eat to
Resolved, That Mexico In u bettor
country than tho United Stutos and
tliut wo ask thut country to annex ui
and mako our Willie J. president of
tho United States of Mexico.
Resolved, That our seeming pros
perity is u delusion. That in point of
fact this nation is on u brink and it
will always bo on a brink so long us wo
permit foreign nations to pay us iu
gold for cur agricultural products
when we want to make forty cents
worth of silver buy as much us one
dollar in gold.
Resolved, Th.it woshall not lie happy
so long as we havo a surplus to sell.
That wo nay for those days in which
we shall go mer ihe brink and ccaso
selling corn and wheat und cuttle to
gold bujiug iiuiiou.s ami all live on the
salary from the office which hard
limes nucn biought us and will bring
us again if the hot winds will only
Resolved, That wefaor a tliouth for
program is quite lengthy and exceed
ingly interesting, being participated in
by children frum each room. This en
tertainment should receive tho patron
ago of all our citizens, Mid especially
those who have children attending
the schools, as the money so raised Jpoverislied blood. Hood's Sar-aparilla
fully appreciate the blessings of our
system of political salvation.
There, that, ought to carry tho coun
try sure enough.
TnATTiitr.D tTKMNo is duo to i
will be used towards the hchool library
nnd if yon attend you help Increase
that library and in this manner in
crease the facilities for tho education
of your children. Tho prices of ad
mission are, reserved scats, 25c;gonoral
a linissiou, !20c; scholars, 15c.
enriches and vitalizes the blood and
gives strength, energy and vigor. Ho
sure to gel Hood's.
Hood's Pills ate purely vegetable nnd
do not purge, pain or gripe. All drug
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
WorM'tFalr Highest Med I and Dlptoau.
Tho Coming Pop Platlorm.
WllKltKAH, The old Roman bushel of
wheat only weighed twenty pounds;
could we not again increase our wheat
crop bj' making twenty pounds u bush
el, und also keep the price per
bushel where it is now? This littlo
.scheme would treble our crop und
trebel our money. It heats Klondike.
Lei's put it into a political platlorm
Resolved, That tho present price of
wheat per bushi 1 must bo maintained
ami that twenty pounds shall be a
bushel. This country is a great big
country ami wo can do this trick with
out the aid or consent of any other na
Resolved, that while the price of cat
tie staj's up every cow shall have twin
Uokolvcd, That it is u crime for any
ono to bo rich hut our owu blessed
Highest Honors World's Fair,
Gold Medal. Midwinter Fair.
A Pare Orape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
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