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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1900)
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"With this ring
I wed thee."
Tin1 ring of lovo ami Mm ling (if
goodliest .should he blended in
the wi'iiiinliiR ring A iiinii
wants nothing in life that ho
wants to he its sure of as lie does
the- quality of his wedding or en
Rrtgumoiit ring Ho wnnts tlin
liest ho wants just what he pays
for, and he wants to lniv It ini
otly and secretly (Joodness
and S"uresy are two strong
points in our wedding and en
gagement rine selling,
JKWKMKS ANU OPTICIANS.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Tiik Ciiikf $1 por ymr.
Harness repairs, Fogel & Hutchison.
Supplies for gas lamps at City Bakery.
The Uiiikk and Chicago Inter Ocean
ono year for $1.25.
Nclsc Longtln has moved into tho
Allen Ayers property.
Northern grown flower and garden
seeds at tho R-ickct Store.
Largost lino of heaters in tho vnlloy
at Wright's lmrdwnro store.
Tho Nebraska Mereantilo storo has
been newly papored and fixed up.
Walter Koby sells tho Singer sowing
machine. Trices rigtit. (Jot tho best.
Charley Winfrey was looking after
business matters at Franklin tho last
of the week.
An elegant line of Homo Spun Suit
ing for spring suits at tho Big Store.
Carpenters are at work building an
addition to tho residence of C. H. Hessu
on Cedi.r street.
Do you want a boating stovo? If
you do go to Wright's. Holms i largo
lino nttho lowest prices.
Frank ISoblo left Friday evening for
Omaha and will take a position ns
salesman for a lumber company.
Seed oats for sale, Norway and Sil.
ver Mino, good clean seed. Apply to
E B. Goblo, Bed Cloud, Nob.
Miss Gertie Snyder of White Cloud,
Kansas, has nrrived in tho city and ta
kon a position at the B. & M. eating
Tou aro cardially invited to attend a
W. O. T. U. mother' mooting at tho
komo of Mrs. Brakefield on Thursday
afternoon, March 224.
Thoro will be a tamparancs wait
meeting at the Christian church next
Thursday eroninj:. All lovers af law
and order should bo present.
John Roberts and Fred Adams of
Lebanon, Kansas, were hero tho first
of the weok. Mr. Boberts was horo
for tho purpose of interesting our peo
plo in a steam mill profoct.
Wo aro prepared to redeem tho old
(inns coupons from Saturday morning,
March 17th to Saturday night, March
24th. Nona of tho old firm coupons
will be redeemed by us after this date.
Nebraska. Mircamtilb Co.
On last Sanday moraing th Beat
rice blaodaaaada came ia pattaag er
traia IS, aad were takes to Laaaaaa,
Kantaa, far the paraota af trylaf U
track tea partita wka oatatlttad tka
burglary ' Lebaaaa. Taay Braya to
be a failara.
MKItK'S TO TIIK HINGES
MAY THEY NKVKll HUST '
When yon Me, lt In be only a "white" tie
5 When yon Steal, uteal away frem bid com
! When yon Swear, swear by your country.
When you DrlnW, drink lo the health of a 4
When you Wat, oat nt the
Star Bakery, j
J. O. WILKS, Prop.
Now is tho time to subict'ibe
Northern grown seeds, Backet Stoic.
Heaters in endless variety a W. W.
Full lino of fresh bulk garden seed?
atW. B RobyV.
Mrs. Nelso Lougtiu visited friends in
If you waut anything in the harness
lino sec Fogol & Hutchison.
Rev. K. A. VauDyko of Franklin was
a visitor in tho city this week.
11 ANTKtt: Good girl
homework. Mits O C
Our phone number is now 7U C.ill
us up when you need job printing.
Mrs Amy Teel who has been visit'
iug here went to i.lncolu the lirst of
Have you examined our line of wash
fabrics for summer. They are going
rapidly. Mineii Bitos.
John Becker and Miss Angio Nelson
bjth of Campbell, were united in mar
riago by Rev. It. A. B.irnoson tho lltli
Fred Turnuro who has been visiting
in California for a month or so past for
tho bunclit of his health has returned
Miss Ethel Hendershoi nrrived in tbo
city on Friday evening from her homo
at Hebron and is visiting with Mr. and
Mrs, S. F Spukestield.
Grandma Smolset, mother of Frank
and Gen. Smclser, died nt tho homo of
her son George in this city last night.
Tho cause of her death was pneumonia.
Forty styles bedroom suits, 20 styles
couches, 10 styles dining room chairs.
A few items from our big furnituto
shipment to bo placed on salo next
week. MiNEK Bltos.
Postmaster Stiuo of Superior, ono of
the wot thy and hard working editors
for tho republican cause who finally
after many years was te warded, was
visiting in tho city the first of tho week
Having decided to add to my tailor
ing establishment n special order de
partment, 1 will on March 15th bo
ready to order for you at tLo following
puces; butts irnmfuuo up. worsted
suits, guaranteed all wool, from $11 00
up. Trousers from $.'1.25 up. Fancy
Vests from $3.25 up. 11. P. Sowter,
Merchant Tailor, Red Cloud, Nob.
Tho untorrilied (democrats) of Web
ster county mot in mass convention at
Blue Hill Monday and selected dele
gates to the two state conventions and
d degates to tho congressional conven
tion. T. J. Watd heads tho several
d legations and is of tho opinion that
A. C. Shallenbarger of Alma will bo
the democratic choice for the congres
"Love's dream is o'er, farewell, faro
well," was tho thoughts of ono of our
young m on ns ho awoko from a fitful
dronm In which ho had bean trying
to establish telephone connections
with his host girl in a distant town.
Ho got far enough along in his dream
to ring up "central" and nsk for "No.
0q at please" and just thou his
littlo brother who was sleeping with
him gavo him a poke in the ribs and
asked kirn to lot go. Ihe brother
has mado up his laind to keep atill the
noxt time until the tine comet for him
to "ring off."
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postofTico at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending March 15th,
Chury, 11. A.
Newman, M. B.
Mrs. Lacy O
Fred Coro 8
Mclnlire, T. C.
Peteraoa, John C.
The) letter will tMteat to the dead
Utter om Mar. Mtk, if Mt ealled for
fore. Wkea eaJliac fr above pleaao
mj UrfrUa4.-TrC.HA(K.r. M.
Tka raaaklloaa alty oeaTaaUea ataa
at tka eoart imn latt W4aM4ay a
par oali aa RMilat4 aai414akM for
tka Tartaat llyl oflooa. No Ightwaa
ado for aay of Ua Am axaapt that
of mayor and oaa ateaikar of the
school board. Tho ticket as nominated
was ns follows:
Mayor, Geo. J. Warren.
City Clerk, J. E. Kesler.
Citv Treasurer, G W.Dow.
Police Judge, Samuel Wost.
Alderman Flrtt Ward, Geo. H.
Alderman Soaoad War Jno.
Michael Berry wat arretted at the
home of his motker at Oxford on last
Monday and was brought back here
on Tuesday morning by Sheriff Wolls
charged with having burglarized the
residence of George W. Lindsoy. Tho
pnliminary hearing caino up beforo
Judge West on Wednesday and a
change of venue was taken to Guido
U'H'K ami l iu Hearing mm w iniiiv
lay. A i u'uo number of witnoses ihi1
seveiui H.peettois weie lwu firm
in-ie. Tnu priMiiior was b.und over
to litiie finiit and bond furiiishod by
mo itioi ln-r. SinounpU'usiiutnO' viut,
indulged in by opposing counsel but
no serious injury was reported and no
challenge for moitnl combat havo
buun sent out.
1 know that you
feci like kicking
but that feeling will
leave you when
you see the goods
that I have and
the prices that 1
can make you.
Come and see me.
Mrs K. B. Warner returned from
Full lino of garden and flower seeds
at the Racket storo.
C. T. Hazolton returned Tuosdny
from n trip to Hastings.
Got Wright's prices nud soo his lino
beforo you get n heater.
Charley Winfrey was looking after
business matters at Wilbor this woek.
Wo buy and sell for spot cash. We
purchase our goods in carlond lots.
Mis3 Dora Ward returned to Omaha
Tuesday after a visit of a few days un
der tho parental roof.
Fogel & Hutchison have n lino lino
of heavy work harness you should soo
beforo you buy a now ono.
Dr. J W. Moianvillo has purchased
tho L. Baum barn and had it removed
to tho rear end of his oflice proporty.
Win. Bensc has becu having tho inte
rior of his restaurant painted and has
placed a involving fan just outside tho
Miss P. D. Yeiser left Tuosdny night
for Bnloit, Wisconsin, having receiv
ed tho sad intelligence of tho death
of Mrs. Geo. O. Yeiser.
F. Newhouso is raising and othor
wiso fixing up tho store building which
has been tisod for somo time past by
G. W. Saunders as a feed storo.
O. D. Morte of Otceola arrived in
thecl'ytho iatt of the week and has
been butily engaged in getting his now
millinery storo Itted ap. Ho will ba
ready for ouaineat aert Monday.
A Bed Cloud Jury refaied to eonvict
a man of horto atealing although the
team alleged to kavo bean stolen wat
found in hit oitMtlon. The verdict
was a great surprise to overybody.
Nebraska State Journal.
Akmoonckmrnt. I wish to mako
fie announcement to tho ladies of tkis
city and vicinity that I will open up
a tine lino of millinory on next Monday
i i tho store room nortli of the F. & M
bank building. Mist Liggett of St.
Louis will have charge of the storo and
trimming depaitmont. The ladies are
cordially invited to call and inspect
ay atook. C. D. Momi.
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We solicit your
We carry the largest
in the city.
C. L. COTTING,
Amos Cowdon was up from Superior
M. S. Marsh of Hastings was hero
Coming a carload of furniture At.
James Ryan has accepted n position
in tho store of B. F Mizer.
C. S. Quick of Indianola was hero
today visiting with Win. Pnrkes and
Read Cudalij's prizoad In this paper;
then semi postal for H0O page prize
James Burden will soon move to tho
residence owned by J W. Moranville
in the east part of town
Mrs. DeLong of McCook was here
the first of the week visiting with her
sister Mrs. Will Mitchell.
Samuel Aultr. and wife of Millettr,
South Dakota, wero visiting witli rela
tives in this city tho foro part of the
Miss Margaret Graves, daughter of
Bishop Graves, of Kearney, arrived in
the city Thursday on a visit to her
cousin, Mrs Henry Clark.
Wo can sell you any goods in our lino
and guarantee prices lower than any
catalogue house in America. Miner
Fok Kxciunok Brick block, three
rooms, to trade for small farm in Web
ster county. For particulars call at
ofllco of J. S. White
Tho committee' appointed to confer
with tho party who dcsirnl to move
his flour mill to this place have sub
mitted a proposition but as yet no nn-
swer has boon received.
Mr. Corcoran tho new stock man who
has been buying stock horo for several
weeks past roturned last evening from
St. Jon and will put in yards hero nud
coutinuo tho buyiug of stock.
Watch for Israel tho great imperson
ator, who will bo in Red Cloud March
22d, under tho auspices of Red Cloud
Band. Ho comes highly recommended
by tho press and is superior in many
respects to Alba Heywood. Placo and
admission fee announced later
This week wo call tho attention of
our readers to the new advertisement
of tlie Nebraska Mereantilo Co., under
tho new management. It will prob
ably bo a good plan for bargain hunt
ers to keep an eye on tho advortiso
merits of this company in tho future.
Tho Red Cloud Chief boldly takes
tho stand that licensed saloons aro
more conducive to healthy public
morals than tho blind pigs iu tho base
ment where young men learn to take
their first drink of sour mash out of the
nozzle sf ijng Nebraska Sta e Jour
A kicking broncho hitched to a wag
on with another horso mado things
look interesting for the driver, ono ot
the Fenrn boys, on Inst Sunday morn
ing. In front of Newhouso Bros, storo
tho polo broko in such a manner at to,
look tho wagon and tho drivor went
into the air but alighted on his feet, '
still retaining a hold on the linos and '
slopping tho team after some hard
Married, in the Oongregationai par
sonage atCowIet, Nebratka, Thursday,
March 8th, 1000, Mr. Henry (. Keeney
and Miss Annio Deakin, daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. Samuel Doakin The
coreniony was performed by Rev. G.
W. Mitchell of Franklin, Nebraska.
Tho young ponplc will go to house
keeping immediately on tho lino fnrm
owned by the groom adjoining the vil
lage of Cowles,
Tho county judgeship case whs
tried beforo tho district court in this
city laslS&turday afternoon, and a de
cision given in favor of Mr. Kdson.
The caso will now bo taken to the iu
promo court for a final decision. Mr.
Duffy it still attending to the kutiaaii
of tho ofiee, aad will in all probability
contiano to do to until a doeition oa
tko eaao kaa ktta rendarod by tka ta
Tka homo of Mtta Dolllo Sktyktrd
at Blrartoi wm tka toaae of aao
eajayaaeat Wodaatdar ovoalag, wkea
tho oaUrtaiaod a aatall party of yoaag
folkt in honor of Mitt Nelle Sheraaa
of Red Cloud. A vory dainty lunch
eon was sorvod at 11 o'clock in the
dining room which was ablitzo with
light and beautifully docorated with
carnations and roses. Those who en
joyed Miss Stiephordson's hospitality
wero as follows: Misses Nelle Sher
man, Belle McCuo, Kdna Coates, Ruth
Owen and Messrs. 11. Sams, M Hobnrt,
O. Edmlston, V A. Burnbam, A. J.
At a meeting of tho Anti-snlnon
League held nt tho Congregational
church ou last Monday night an organ
ization was perfected witli the follow
ing ofllcera and committees:
President K. S. Reed.
Secretary Mrs. S.muel Garber.
Treasurer Samuel Dyer.
Agitation committer R. A. Barnes,
B. B. Fulton, A B. Pioreo.
liw onfuivun-nt committee- G W
Fiiiiifis. L S. Wilson, R. M Cochrane.
LeijiMutivi' eumniiiteo Rev. Deai.,
Mr. ll'ilm. b, Rev. I. W. Kdson.
FiuaiK'iiil iMiiinilltee Miis. Mitchell,
Mrs. Pope, Mrs. Cutter.
Knrollmont committee Bov Finch,
L. P. Albright, O. L. Cutting.
Hospitality committee W. O. T. U.
to the Ceiling.
Nem and Jtocby
Our Spring Stock of Hats is now in.
Also showing new spring styles in
Shoes, black and tan.3 Big line Nobby
Gomden-Kaley Glothincj Gompany.
LEADERS IN LOW PRICES.
22 Popular Monthly Magazines 22
Qlren to readtri ot thli paper (or saving Ihe wrappers from our
Diamond "C" Laundry Soap.
Included in our Pnixa List am
Mandollna. Qultara. Violins, and hundreds ol Splendid
aitte for Everybody.
Drop a postal ard for Free Oatalogaa to
The Cudahy Pkg.
OUTH OMAHA, NEI.
Urn art im Dttataa ''O '
TRAJrIIfc TSXJJS&.1&T&T2. CO,
Building; material, Etc.
1 SWBBT POTATOES I
I kara a Kuo lot of swaet potatoou suitable for toed or for fatally uso
which I desiro aoll. The Tariotiet aro
"White Cuban Queen"
and "Yellow Jersey."
$1.00 per bushel.
ffl All first qualltioi for miiiiiiff plnnts.
lur tno purpoao oi ritijiii); pmuiN ur inning ouii pa naino uy caning
my farm four and oiio-liulf miles south. west of Rod Cloud,
The Chief Costs
Co. Soap Works,
Shi Imm n.4 a kli aaa aii w win a kin to
Partlos desiring iwoot potntoos
but $i per year.
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