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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 24, 1899)
Nebraska Mercantile Co.
Wool and Silk Skirts,
Fancy Under Skirts.
Three large wholesale
Sample Lines placed on
sale for these three days.
v gi wrr' i ii u
Lacing Gloves. SEE THEM-
This is the Grandest Opportunity ever offered in Red Cloud
to see an immense line of these garments.
Each and every garment marked at special bargain prices.
Nebraska Mercantile Co.
ALFRED HADELL, Manager.
BEST Rp CHEAPEST LfiffiP OH EARTH.
-A light that is brilliant and stoady, gives little boat, no sinoko unci no odor,
and that costs but littlo to burn vnd noed but slight attention.
THE KNGLE L-H7UTP
has theso good points and besides these throws the light just whore it wanted
downward and outard. As to the- cost to burn
One Quart of Ordinary Kerosene or Coal Oil Lasts Sixteen Hours.
Of course it costs a littlo moro than poor, old fashioned lamps, hut it saves its
cost uiady times over in a year. AD stylos from one burner up.
Call and examine the lamps, now on exhibition at my shoo store.
Henry Delderich, Agt.
City Dray and
ROSS & RIPB. PROS.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
TRADBRS IXJMBESR CO,
LUMBER and COAL,
I3ni cling: material, Btc.
BED CLOUD, - , NEBRASKA
We invite you to
JLi5jjfc WFLjBESSIljifMfciB-fesgsJS ,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MARCH. 24.
Cure sick headache, bad
taste In the mouth, coated
tongue, gas In the stomach,
distress and IndlniUoD. Do
not weaksn, bat have tonle effect. 13 cent.
The only Mils to Uke with Ilood'i Bersaperllla.
Sotno sickness in this neck of the
SoTcral farms have changed bands
in our part.
Mrs. S. P. Fair has been very siok
but is considerably better.
There will bo a lot of fruit trees Btt
out in this part this spring.
Dr. Beck of lied Cloud has also boon
treating tbo sick iu our part.
John Davis has about give up re
building in Andersonville.
Cbas. Arbucklo and Oscar Provalt
wore painting their barns last week.
Lafo Fitzgerald has gone to work on
tho railroad with a bridge company.
Mr. Sodorlind of Cowlos has bought
tho Al Docker farm and moved to An
dersonvillo. Cbae. Davis and Al Scrivnoreacb
bought a tine spaa of mules at tke II.
Wood Stevens has been real siok
with lung fever though Dr. Moranvillo
is getting him up.
Somo farmers bave commeaeed cat
ting stalks and many of tbea mean to
sow oats this month.
Wm. Dollings Bold last week to VV.
II. Roaoncrans, 100 bushels of corn at
twenty-five cents per bushel.
Boys, why don't you get up a wolf
bunt. Thoy haven't beon so numerous
on this creek in twenty years as thoy
Chas. Davis and Harvey Graham
bavo traded farms and moved. Ghao.
got 100 acres of Harvey for his eighty
acres and 11200.
It has beon roported by some of tho
correspondents that the peach buds
and part of tho trees were dead. Who
ever over heard of the like. Thero is
not a tree hurt.
Locals ato scarce this week.
The now doctor is giving good satis
Ed Linney shelled corn for Goo. M.
Albin ono day last week.
Miss Anna Killougb of Mt. Glaro is
visiting Jessio Lum this week.
Mr. Curtis has sold his interest in
the steam thresher to Mr. Aibin.
Isaac Taylor intonds buying a half
section of land north of Bed Cloud.
F. S. Lum, who is in Michigan, re
ports tho wenthor as being very cold
Mr. Will Monia has purchased eighty
acres moro laud west of Mr. Jacob
Fred Newman is calculating starting
a hotol in Mt. Clare this spring, or a
Mr. Robt. Bustor who is in Kansas,
is on his way back to this county wo
Herb Zeiglor is having a bard time
getting water. Tho Lawrenco well
man has tried in two placos but no
Mr. Warren Donnoy is in the skunk
business. Anyono having any hidos to
sell, especially skunk hides, call and ro
cievo tho highest market price
Mrs. Mary Cannon of Omaha, who
brought suit against her brother Jos.
Odenrtdo of Elkhorn, to recover hor
sharo of hor father's estate, baa sottlod
by her brother paying hor tho sum of
2,500. Her brother Fred of Mt. Claro
and Henry of Washington not being
present were supposed to havo beon
satisfied with tho first will, wbiuh is
J. Sheer, Sedaliu, Mo,, conductor on
electric street cur line, writes that his
little daughter was very low with
croup, and her lift) saved after nil nliv.
siclnns hud fulled, only by using Ono
Miuuto Cough Curt'. C. L. Cotting.
Weathor line utter the rain.
Mark Payne is still on tho sick list.
Old Uuolo Henry is still on tho sick
Sunday school at Mt. Hope evory
Mr. McCartney has sold somo of bis
Quito a number still bave tho measles
in theso paru.
We see bouiu are still gathering corn
these fine days.
Chas. Davis bought a tiuo pair of
mules of 11. Henry.
Oliver Provalt is painting his now
house aud burn this week.
H. Payne was in Red Cloud on busi
ness the first of the week.
William Doling is golug to work for
George Bcardsleo this summon
Mr. Green of Bed Cloud was in theso
parts this week selling fruit trees.
The township assessor was in this
corner ono day the first of the week.
Mr. Beodlu sold his cattle to Mr. Cut
ter of Red Cloud one day last week.
Old Mr. Fair, who has beon sick for
some lime, is some better at this writ
log. Irvin Collins and Bobt Gillis bave
been haulicg corn to Alt McCall's this
Our Iowa reporter says thero will be
a wedding over north of hero as soon
as they are both well.
We boar that Ifr.JfilBgerald has got
a tposition on the railroad where be
will work this summer.
Wood Stevens, over north of here,
who has been quite sick for somo tinio
is roported some better.
C. Arbuckle sold over $30 worth of
chickonB ono day last week. Who says
there 1b no money in raising chickens.
Frank Graham says they caught tho
smallest wolf at his placo ono night
last week that ho ever saw. It only
weighed tbreo pounds.
Quite a number are going te sow
spring wheat. We tbink there will be
an unusually large acreage of small
grain sown this spring.
Tho weather is cold and stormy.
Mr. Skjelver of Cowles was in Lino
ono day last week.
Mrs. Grice of Red Cloud was tho
guost of L. A. Haskins last Sunday.
L. A. Haskins sold bis twenty-ono fat
cattle to Mr. Cutter of Bed Cloud for
Mr. Scrivner reports the fruit trees
in fine condition aud not injured by
tho cold weather as reported.
Miss Barney spent a short vacation
with hor parents and has now taken
up school again for tho spring term.
Allen Carpenter will plant an acre of
onions and tbreo acros of potatoes. Un
has loosed bis farm to Ernest HaskinB
Mr. Guthrie of Fountain, Oklahoma,
reports tho farmers aro busy sowing
oats and making gardon and that all
vegetation is green.
Tho Easter services at Penny crook,
Dist. No. 0, will bo conducted by Rev.
Campbell of North Branch at 11 a. m.
Tho Sunday school was reorganized
Somu'ono visited Will Aubushou's
barn and walked awny with a now sot
of harness. Mr. Aubushon, . W. An
derson and the sheriff went to Lebanon
and Smith Conter but no clue to tho
missing harness could be found. On
the following Wednesday evening John
Boeman's storo at North Branch wan
broken into and S10 and a gold watch
was ttikon. Who says tho world is get
Big Bargains in Choice Farms.
I have for sulo within two miles of
Red Cloud about 1000 acres choico im
proved farms of 80 ucres or more, very
cheap on favorable luring, Theso lauds
must bu sold loguiilltiHS of price. Come
and see inn for bargains in land.
K. E. Goiilk.
Tliu CuiKKand tlio InterOcuun
year for $l.U.r.
IVORY SOAP PASTE.
In fifteen minutes, with only a cake of Ivory Soap and water,
you cun make a better cleansing paste than you can buy.
Ivory Soap Paste wilt take spots from clothing ; and will clean
carpets, rugs, kid cloves, slippers, patent, enamel, russet leather and
canvas shoes, leather belts, painted wood-work and furniture. The
.special value of Ivory Soap in this form arises from the fact that it
can be used with a damp sponge or cloth to cleanse many articles
that cannot be washed because they will not stand the free applica
tion of water.
DIRECTIONS FOR MAKING.-To one pint of boiling water add one and one-hair ouncee
(one-quarter of the small slie cake) of Ivory Soap cut Into shavings, boll five minutes afttr the aoep le
thoroughly dissolved. Remove from the Are and cool In convenient dishes (Dot tie). It wilt keep well
In aa alr-tignl glass jar. corretiHt me ev tut raooita a SMtau co. Cincinnati
A. J. Hayes is in St. Joe this week.
James C. Henry southeast of town is
Piles of new goods at A.J. Hayes'
Ed Parker and wife spont Sunday at
John Beeman ef North Branch was
Tho Kansas City Star man was in
A. A. Busheo and John Marsh have
new cash registers.
Geo. Shuok shipped a car of cattle to
Kansas City Monday.
E. E. Burr sold five head of horses to
the buyer, Turner, this week.
E. T. Merriman the jewolor is mov
ing to Courtland, Kansas, this week.
Luko Dillon of North Branch was in
town Tuesday Selling nursory stock.
Harnessmakor Scott of Cowlos was
iu town Monday. Mr. Scott expects to
G. W. Shuck and Johu Ferguson
shipped a car of stock cattlo from Kan
sas Citv Thursday.
J. A. Pay no of Hastings, agent for tho
McKinloy and Limning Loan Co., was
in town this week on business.
Threo entertainments billed for this
week. Mrs. Walker's musical enter
talnmont at tho Baptist church Tues
day night. A sconic show at Mooro's
hall Weduesday night and the Frank
lin gleo club at tho Baptist church Sat
DISTRICT, No. 75.
Measles aro in tho neighborhood.
11, C. Weber is still husking corn.
Richard Tonnant will farm with bill
Littlo Laura Mc.Cune is visiting her
Mr. Davis sold quite a buuch of cattlo
to Mr. Essig Tuesday.
Every one is waiting fur it to get
warm enough t begin spring work.
Will Robertson und Mr. McKcighau
aro shelling corn at Cowles this week.
Rov. George Hummel! and wife of
Blue Hill und Mrs. L. Hummel! and Miss
Sarah Hutmucll of Muscatine, Iowa,
woroguestsof A B. Pierco Wednesday.
Our neighborhood bus had quite a
change this spring, C. 11. Rust has
moved on tho Hazloton farm; Mr. En
gel moved un his farm; Bert Tennivnt
moved on Mr, Winter's farm, and u
Mr. Brown from AdaniB county on C.
II. Potter's place.
John Winters was in our midst Tues
Dow Thompson has quito a nice
house put up in tbo placo of tbo one
that was burned in February.
Grandma Waller is quito poorly at
tho Dome of hor daughter, Mrs. Samuel
Born, March 14th, to Mr. acd Mrs.
Hamilton Hardy, n daughter weighing
Alvin Mackoy, formoriy of Webster
county, now of Henry county, Missouri,
baa come to spend tho summer here.
Bob Post is tho happy father of a
bounoing baby girl, also two boys,
Mr. Hardy is building a now barn.
Joo Brubakor and his father aro the
Whon, oh whon, will winter let go
Littlo Pearl Fraso was burled ut
Pleasant Hill comotory on Thursday,
Fred Bon stopped with his parents
last Sunday night.
Weather is fino.
Farmers aro preparing for spring
T. Emerson expects to farm on bis
old farm. Ho says ho Las enough of
Jud White's brother-in-law and fam
ily aro visiting him this weok. We
boar he intonds buying a farm in this
Lew King sold bis fat cattlo this
It Never Dwaitoints. This is one
of tbo peculiarities of Hood's Sarsap
arilla. It cures scrofula, salt rheum,
humors, stomach and kidney troubles,
Ilnnil'a I'llla nnrn nil Hum- Ilia Puci-
to take, oasy to oporato, reliable and
Card of Thanks.
I desire to thank my many friends
who so klnkly assisted mo during
mv Into horoavomout, illness and death
of my daughter Pearl.
Mas. Minnie Fit ask.
To Cure a Cold in One Day,
Take Laxative Dromo Quiniiiu Tab
bus. All druggists rofuud money if it
fails to euro. jJBc, Tho goiiUino bus
L. H. Q. on each tablet.
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