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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1899)
THE BED CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 189!.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
During the Fair to be held
in Red Cloud next week we
want to show every visitor our
Stock. Want to convince you
that you should be our custo
mer for the reason that we
can give you more goods for
your money than anyone.
We buy for cash, buy for
two stores, get the largest
discounts, consequently are
prepared to give you bargains.
We handle the best made
Clothing on earth, the Nob
biest Suits, Honest Made
Shoes, greatest variety of
Furnishing Goods in
city. A particularly
line of Men's Fancy
! ' ' WHV
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Curtains at cost at Taylor's.
Interstate Fair, Sept. 11th to 14th.
K. P. Hutchison was here from Leba
Take your harness repairing to Fogel
It will pay you to seo Peterson bofore
you buy a drill.
See the new Hoosier all steel disc
drill at Peterson's.
Havo you been that fine line of nets
and dusters at J. O. Butler's.
C. H. Potter and wlfo arrived homo
Friday night from a trip to Omaha.
Al Fish who has for a long timo past
been in Cuba and Porto Rice was here
See W. W. Wright's line of rofriger
ators. He handles the Herriok which
is tho best on earth.
Miss Lulu Sollars arrived homo Fri
day from u trip to Orleans where she
visited with friends.
George Koss left Wednesday for
Heaver Crossing where he is engaged
In building two brick buildings.
Having decidod to closo out my busi
ness in this city I offer my entire stock
of furniture, carpets, curtains and wall
paper at cost. F. V. Taylok.
Mrs. James Smith who has been vis
iting hero for some time past with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. August Koats,
departed Tuesday morniag for her
home at Filley, this state.
J. O. WILES, Prop.
Hall gamo during the fair.
Furniture at cost at Taylor's.
"Racket" storo, Moon block.
Hammock's at cost at Taylor's.
Harness of all kinds at Fogel and
Interstate Fair Sept. 11th ti Utb, at
Red Cloud, Nebr.
Jamas Gilhaui made n business trip
to Lincoln this week.
Robert McBride made a business
trip up the valloy this week.
If you want anything in tho harness
line seo Fogel and Hutchison.
See Wright's line of warm weather
gasoline stoves before purchasing.
Lincoln Absolutely Pure Mixed
Paints aro tho best, and sold by Cot
ting. Miss Ucssio Carpeutor of Riverton
was visiting friends hero tho last of the
Ira Darby who has been visiting with
Rev. Darby and family returned to bis
home at Hardy Saturday.
Wanted: Ono or more carloads of
suckling and yearling colts, standard
and pure bred. C. L. Winkrey.
Foil Sale: 148 head of two and
three year old steers, which nro now
in this county. L. P, Albuioiit.
Don't stand the heat of a cook stove
this summer but buy a gasoline- stove
of W. W. Wright. He has a flno lino of
Rev. Hummel of Uluo Hill was hero
this week and was a member of tho
Potsdam delegation to the republican
J. J. Tetter, of Tecumseh, father of
A. W. Votter of the depot forco spent a
few days here this week visiting with
that gentleman and family.
Butler, the harness man is headquar
ters for all kinds of first class harness,
both light and heavy. If you want
anything in his line seo him.
Twenty-five premiums aro offered as
prizes at.tho Shooting Tournament ilur
lug tho Fair next weok. Come and
watch ilium shoot.
The Methodists of Uladen will lay
tho corner Btone of thoir new church
edifice at that place on Sunday, Sep
tember 17th. Rov. Huimuol will con
duct tho sorvlces and this will end his
pastorate services in his present dis
trict the tiro years allotted to one pas
torate liaviug expired.
Carpets at cost at Taylor's.
Wall paper at cost at Taylor's.
W. W. Wright has n fine line of tho
For hand made harness go to Fjgcl
T. J. Turner ntid wife of Kansas City
were hero this week.
All kinds of usfMil articles at tho
Racket store, Moon block.
Now is the time to get a hammock at
Cutting's at your owu price.
See tho "Americas" hog fenco at
Mitchell Bros. Best on earth.
Ernest Welsch has had a telephone
placed in his depot restaurant.
W. R. Parker has had a telophuno
placed in his residence north of town.
Peterson has just received a car of
tho Hoosier drills. Call and soe them.
Walter Roby soils tho Singer sowing
machine Prices right. Get tho best.
Trainmaster Konyou of McCook was
hero looking after railroad business
Wm. Athorton left Thursday morn
ing for Cambridge, Ohio, his former
homo on a visit.
Miss May Houghton of Norton, Kan
sas, visited with H. P. Sowter and wlfo
tho first of the weok.
Elder Uussong is to fill au appoint
ment at tho Hummel school house in
the afternoon of the 17th.
Dwight Jones came up from Guldo
Rock on train No. 13 Sunday and ro
turnod homo agnin on No. 10.
W. A. Maynard arrived homo from
Kansas City Tuesday whero ho had
mado a shipment of two cars of stock.
Lost Ono red steer ono and ono half
years old, four whlto feet, whito spot
in rornboad and half whito tail. Rich
Dr. Mosshart, Eye, Ear and Throat
specialist of Lincoln, Nebr. will bo at
Dr. Beck's ofiico, Saturday Sept. 0th.
Mrs. Mary Cbaso Rockwell who has
been visiting in Now York state and
other points in tho far east returned
homo again Sunday night.
D. A. Myers of Fulton county, Mi
nois, a land soaker, accompanied by
W. G. Black of Galosburg, Illinois,
are here doing business with D. J.
Balloon ascension at the Interstate
Fair evory day noxt weok. Hail games
at tho fair ground noxt weok. Horse
races at tho Intorstato fair next week.
Come and havo a good timo.
Married, at tho Mothodist Episcopal
Parsonage in this city, by Rev. James
Mark Darby, Thursday the 0th., Mr.
Jonathan T. Entorlino and Miss Flora
Long, both of Franklin County, Neb
raska. Incubators will bo doing the hatch
ing act at the Interstate Fair next week.
Fine display of poultry, swine, cattle,
oto. at the Fair. Balloon asceislon,
good ball games, horse races, etc.
Sept 11th to 14th.
Tho B. & M. railroad will run a spec
ial train from horo to Hastings on
Soptember 18 and 10 to give tbo peo-
plo a chance to attend tho street fair.
Train will leave Red Cloud at 7:30 a.m.
and returning will loavo Hastings at
Merry-go-round, horso racos, brass
band, balloon ascension, Shooting
Tournament, eto. nttho Interstate Fair
next week, Sept. 11th to 14th. Each
and every feature liko tho ubovo are
well worth tho prico of admission.
Bring your frionds and havo a good
timo and you will nover regret it
Open to tho world.
At tho council meeting last evening
J as Peterson submitted plans for sup
plying a supply of water to tho city
which will no doubt bo accepted as it
is the cheapest and best plan yet sub
mitted, and no doubt fully as good as
the ten-well-proposition submitted by
Mr. Richards. The cost to put Mr.
Peterson's plan in operation will be
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postofficoat Rod Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho weok onding Sept. 8th
Anderson, Mary Berryman, Mr.
Holyoke, Dr. R. A.Manu, H. O.
Willniox. J. H. Wilson, Mrs. O.
Tbesn'letters will bo sent to tho doad
lotter ofiico Sept. 23nd, if not called for
before. When calling for above please
say advertised. T. C. Hackcr, P. M.
William Maokey, a gentleman from
Torre Haute, Indiana, was here this
week trying to locale a piece of land
which bo purchased from Dr. William
J. Cadlo also of that place. Cadle at
ono timo was the owner of certain land
south of the river but at the timo of
making out the deed to Maekey had no
interest in his former holdings. The
deed called for land in which Cadle
never had any interest. Maekey had
paid him 1800 for the land nnd will
make it warm for Cadlo whon ho
returns home as ho has undoubtedly
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders are the greatest
menacen to health of the present day.
"otm, tuuHa town co., rw voon.
jjl When you are
in Eed Cloud
M seeing" the
S Fair and Girais
Machine Oils at Cutting's.
Tho Fair will be next week.
Fitio ball Raines at tho Interstate Fair
Como in and see tho uew Nowton
wagons at Peterson's.
Como to tho Fair noxt week. You
will have a good time.
William Pnrkos and wife took in tho
street fair und carnival at Superior
Henry Cook took tho early morning
train for Superior Sunday morning
and returned on No. 18.
Lon Smith and Goo. Webster of Im
perial, Nebraska, mado another ship
ment of stock to this place tho last of
M. A. Jonos It ft this weok for Frank
lin where himsolf and family formerly
resided nnd will again make that ulaco
Miss Ella Romsberg departed Fri
day night for Denver to take up her
duties us u teacher in tho public schools
of that city.
Dr. Mosshart, Eye, Ear and Throat
specialist of Lincoln, Nebr. will bo at
Dr. Buck's ofiico Saturday Sept. 0th.
Superior and Lebanon will play ball
on tho fair ground next weok, during
the Fair. Theso are tho best teams in
this part of the country and will play
very interesting garnet.
M. B. Scott of Cowles, accompanied
by his mother and tho children woro
hero Monday and took the train for
St. Joseph whero thoy will visit with a
brother of Mr. Scott and enjoy tho
sights of the stroot fair and carnival.
Aaron Fry nnd wifo of Kont, Illinois,
and Mrs. Studobaktr, also of Illinois,
who havo boon visiting with W. H.
Thomas and other relatives and frionds
returned to their homo Monday. Mr.
Fry has purchasod tho John Voder and
John Gilbert places wostnf town'nnd
will rotura to this city to rosido in tbo
Long a sufferer with consumption,
Mrs. William Francisco passed from
earth on Wednesday morning, aged 80
years. Her husband, Engineer Fran
cisco, and ono child, a daughter about
six years old, survive her. Her parents
and two or three sisters havo gono tho
way of all ilesh with the satno fell dis
ease. Other sisters survive her somo
of them similarly afflicted. Tho funer
al cervices will be hold in St. Patrick's
church, tomorrow morning at ten
o'clock. Interment in Calvary. All
sympathv and consolation to tho be
reaved. McCook Tribune
Plain as Black
i and White, x
Aro tho reasons why you should
givo your eyes tho proper care, and
why our fine optical goods are just
tho kind to enable you to do it. We
have the proper glasses for all de
fects and we also have tho proper
experience to suitthem to your eyes.
We realize tbo responsibility laid
ou opticians. Wo realizo tbat tho
wrong class will ruin eye sight,
while tho right glasses strengthen
tho siRht. Realizing these things
could we afford to bo careless and
inaccurate? We pride ourselves on
our caro and acenracy. A mistake
wonld hurt us more than It would
you. Let us examine your eyes
no charge for it.
New ho use Bros.,
Jewelers and Opticians.
Urlng ui jour Watch, Clock and Jowelrjr J
work. We d tbo belt work,
needs for the
Fall and Winter.
You all have
"We extend a cordial
invitation to every
visitor to Red Cloud
to make our store
during their stay.
We have bought
this fall the
largest stook of
Hats, Caps and
ever brought to
We want you all
to see our stock
while in town.
All goods bought
before the raise
Our customers get
LKADIRS IN LOW PRICKS.
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