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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1900)
With this ring-
I wed thcc."
The ting nf lovt mid thu ling nf
goodntst should lie blfiult'il In
thu wpiumlng iin A linn
wants nothing In life? that ho
wants to bo as mho of as ho tloes
thu quality nf hi wi-dtling or imi
g.igt'iiu'tit ring Ui' wants thu
licsl hf wants just what hf pays
for, ami he wants to huv it qui
fitly and sci'ictly (Joodurss
and si'i'n'sy nvu two strong
points in our wt'ddiug and em
gsigcniunt ring soiling,
JBWKUllS AND OITICIANS
AttSWl J tl
Northurn grown seeds, Backet Store.
Heaters in endless variety n V V
Full line of fresh bulk gudun seeds
tV. B Koby's.
Ot'o Hutchinson and wife of Cowlts
If you want anything in the harness
lino see Ftigol & Hutchison.
" ANTKl): (iood Rill for gi'lie'lnl
house work. M its U C. Tkki.
H B C.istnn has moved his house.
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in m. Kimii in oueortiia, Kansas.
Oui phone nunilier is now T'J C-ill
us up when you need job printing.
Mr-.. lien Ludlow letiirned'riiui sday
noon from a viit with fi lends in Omaha
Will Wolfe lias elected it windmill
and tank at his lesideneu in the south
U.ieKoats returned Thursday night
from a visit in the eastern pat t of the
I'lonclilng at Mt. Hope, Kansas by
Rev. (. W. Huinincll, at 11 o'clock next
FoiiSai.kCiieai'. An Kaglo Lister,
two cultivators and a top buggy. Mies.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Tiik Ciukk$1 per year.
Harness repairs, Fogel & llutcliison.
Supplies for gns lamps at City Bakery.
1. B. Colvin of Guide Rock was here
The Star Bakery building has been
The Chikk and Chicago Inter Ocean
one year for $1.25
Northern grown flower and garden
seeds at the Ricket Store.
Mm. Shophordson of Riverton was
hero tho first of the week.
Two residences for sale or rent in
city. See S. U. Llghtfoot.
Largest lino of heaters in tho valloy
at Wright's hnrdwnro store.
Jcsso Baker was up from Sunorior
Sunday visiting with friends here.
Walter Roby sells tho Singer sowing
machine Prices right. Get tho best.
Buelah Jackson of McCook arrived
in tho city to visit with relatives this
Cloyd Cummiiigs returned Tuesday
from Alliance, whoro ho wont to work
Kobt. McBrido has moved his Racket
Store in tho building recently vacated
by F. V. Taylor.
Thomas Hamer from down in Kansas
was takon to Lincoln Monday to bo
treated for paralysis.
Do you want a boating stove? If
you do go to Wright's. Ilo-has a largo
line nttho lowest prices.
Andre v Rorg is again ablo to bo on
our streets after a serious illness of
several weeks duration.
Seed oats for sale, Norway and Sil
ver Mino, good clean seed. Apply to
E. B Goblo, Rod Cloud, Nob.
Daniel Swart, arrived in tho city
Wednesday evening and has taken the
position of baker with Wm, Bonso.
Win. II Busking and Miss Lizzie B.
uumcin, tintn or Kosomont wero
graiiied a license to wed on March 20.
Mrs. H. P. Deal who visited tho first
of tho week with her brother, Low
Clnrm, ha9 returned to her heme nt St.
Mrs Thomas Kralik wont to Oxford
Wednesday morning to attend the fu
neral nf the infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony Clark.
J. A. Boyd has decided to remove
his mnrble and granite business from
thin place to Oxford and has shipped
his tools and other stuff to that place.
Mrs. Naomi Warron of Muscatine,
rlowa, mother ! Joseph Warron is vis
iting -vithhor son and other relatives
here. She has reanhed tho ago of 87
The Adventist church will bo dedi
cated on Saturday, April 7. Elder
Nelson, president of tho Nebraska con
fereucn and Elder White will conduct
tho services. All are cordially invited.
R' cm ir services will ow ho hold in
the Episcopal Church on the first nnd
third Sunday of each month nt 10:30
a. in, and 7:30 p. m. Rov. Mr.Xanders
has ! n placed in charge of this dis
trict and will make his huadquarters
At Red Olond.
Gt o Rii.obatiin was urifsted last Sat
urday upon a complaint sum n out by
W. T Kola ei' for obtaining and giving
liquoi niJnn. Kim-icy i ho cannot get
llqu -i ul the s iloons 'I lie caso was
tried iiiifoic Judge Wiat Saturday
afternoon and Biisbatun was given $50
and c-ists, Being unablo to pay the
line ho whs committed to jail, but later
the tine was remitted.
with E. B.
Mhs Lillio Biiruott of
visiting bore this week
Smith nnd family.
J. M.Chafllr. is building a now fence
around his residence property and
Pi of. Kelley attended the mooting of
tho Central Nebraska Teachers Associ
ation at Hastings 'Ihursday.
Leslie Chancy ami Cloyd Cummings
have returned from their trip to tho
northwestern pat t of Nebraskn.
Miss Ethel Hundershot whu lias been
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Spokes
Held has rulurncd to her home at Heb
Wm. McKimmoy who has bcon liv
ing at Norton, Kansas, has ro'.urned to
this city and will be foreman of tho B.
& M. section hero.
Tho voting places next Tuesday will
bo at tho Fireman's Hall in tho north
waiti and at W. T. Elliott's shoo shop
in tho south ward.
Nellie Shermnn returned home Sun
day night from Keokuk, Iowa, whore
she has boon tnking instructions in
Jeweler Morse has placed a very
fine clock on tho north wall of his
placo of business. It is tho largest one
in tho city and a correct timekeeper.
Mrs. A. M. Trimble, a tcacherof Ord,
Nob., stopped off Jon her way homo from
Gui to Rock, to visit tho family of G. I.
Kelloy Mrs. Trimble was teaching
with Mr. Kelloy at Ord.
Paul Popt returned Wednesday from
Hot Springs, Arkansas, where he has
boon for so veral months with his father,
mother and sister. Tho rest of tho
family will return later.
Alfalfa seed for salo. Guaranteed to
bo clearof Russian thistles, sweet clo
ver or mustard. Prico 3G per bushel,
at farm of I. B. Hampton on bottom
road on south side of river, three miles
west of Guide Rock.
Having decided to add to my tailor
ing establishment a special order de
partment, I will on March 15lh be
ready to order for you at tho following
prices; Suits from 19 35 up. Worsted
suits, guaranteed all wool, from $11 50
up. Trousers from $3 25 up. Fancy
Vests fiom $3.25 up. II. P. Sowteii,
Merchant Tailor, Red Cloud, Neb.
Tho W. R. C. will hold a memorial
servico for Mrs. Witoiimeyer late nat
ional president of that order, at the
Masonic hall on Saturday, April 7th at
4 p. m. All the members are requested
to be present and each one can invite
some friend if she wishes. Members
of the G. A. R. are invited to bt pres
ent. Mrs. Witenmoyer was also the
first national president of the W. C. T.
U. Members of that society are also
invited to bo present.
I Want Your Business.
;i"il if fair ticatuiuiiluiid
quality of goods counts for
anj thing with joti 1 will
get it. The best class of
trade ccnies my way be
cause 1 sell the best goods
for the price thai others
ask for infeiior goods, I
tun heie to back up any
goods that I sell. If there
isnuythi.ig wiongl make
it right. Come and look
my goods over. Thoy are
all up to date.
55? "''" W!?r?'xf?ffi
C L Cutting is visiting In Wisconsin,
IMis Hopkins of Rivorlon wns hero
Chin lej Rieglo made n dip to Hast
lugs this week
Edgar Wickham left Monday morn
ing for Norcatur.
The front of Wm Bontn's restaurnnt
h-is been neatly painted.
v. iiniies t ins oi itinninmgtnn was
tlmiig biHincss here this week.
Blanch Budding of Guide Rock is
liei c visiting with her sister Myrtle.
Ed. Ot'c ring was looking after busi
ness nutters at McCook the lirt of the
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Bon Ludlow was a Hastings visitor
Will Parker returned Thursday from
Got Wright's prices iiutl beo his lino
before you gel n heater.
L. D. Oatman made n business tiip
to Kansas City this week.
John Vest has had his residonco in
tho south ward newly shingled.
Jay Best nnd wife left Tuesdny for
Denver where thoy will rcsido in the
Ono thing can bo safely said and that
is that you don't huvo to push us olT of
Fogel & Hutchison have a tine lino
of heavy work harness you should sou
before you buy a now ono.
B. B.Mizoris repairing tho rooms
over his grocorn store which wero re
cently consldesnbly damaged by tire.
Turnure Bros, shipped a carload of
potatoes this week. This makes six
carloads this firm has shipped this win
ter. Married, on Saturday, March 25th,
Goo. W Hummcll of Vesper, Kansas,
and Miss Ella Carpenter of Webster
county, Rov. F. W. Dean officiating.
What a pity it is that some good re
former didn't como to this town sever
al yearn ago. How tho credit of tho
town has suffered for lo thtso many
yoars and all unnecessarily.
Gold at Caik Nome. If you want
information about tho Cape Nomo
countrj, how to get thero and what it
costs, write to J. Francis, General Pus
senper Agent, B. & M. railroad in Neb
raska, Omaha, Nob.
Mrs. Gross, sister of Mrs. Bontloy,
this week purchased ono of the houses
of M. Finch which has boon located on
his residence property, and is having
it removed to north Webster street,
and will occupy it in the near future
as her homo.
HKIIK'STO TIIK IlINOKS
HAY THKV NKVKK HU8T."
When you Me, lt in be only a "white" nc.
When you Steal, steal awy from bid company.
f When you Swear, swear by your country,
When you Drink, drink to tho hcath of a
When you Bat, cat at the
J. O. WILES, Prop.
Miss Mnuel Martin entertained n
largo number of her friends at her
homo north of town Inst Friday even
March 23d. Many games wero indulg
ed in during tho evening and nt n late
hour a' most delicious supper was
served, after which tho guests depart
ed for their several homes thinking
Miss Martin a royal entertainer.
Darwin H. Bean, infant son ofEvor-
ett and Mrs. Bean, born January 11,
passed away from their loving care on
March S3, agtd two months and twelvo
days. Tho funeral and burial services
conducted by Rev. Rippetoe of River
ton, and attended by a largo concourse
of neighbors and friends, was held nt
tho Pleasant Pihirie school house Sun
day, March 25th.
Otto Pope and O. T. Hazolton had
a lively runaway nenr tho south ward
school. Tim horse- ran into a wire
fotict) and the occupants of tho buggy
jumped. After smashing tho buggy
into kindling-wood tho horse ran to
the north end of town and stopped for
breath. This is tho samo horso that
ran away a short time ago foi Otto,
and caused tho brtakingof two ribs.
Qll. W. Brewer was takon to Kansas
City last Saturday, accompanied by Dr.
Henry Cook to take treatment. On
tho doctor's arrival home on Monday
ho i eportetl that tho patient had stood ft
the journey all right. Mrs. Brewery
left em Tuesday morning for Kansas o
City and shortly after her eleparturni
a tulugiiuii .viis received aniiounciugn
Mr Bunvet'b death, lie ivns a mein.'
berof the Masoniu fraternity of this,r
city and an honored ami respected citi-J1
zen of this place for many yoar. In
W N Richardson was looking after
business matters at his faun near
Miss Helen McFarland returned
Thursday from a visit with relatives at
oTwo new crossings weic put in on
north Elm street this week Thoy have
been much needed for some time.
The Degree of Honor dance at the
Masonic Hall last Tuesday evening was
quit largely attended and a gotnl
For E.xriiANiiK Brick block, three
rooms, to trade for small farm in Web
ster county. For particulars call at
office oi J.S White
A number of the friends of Win.
Crabill rcpaiicd to his liomr on Thurs
day evening ami gave hmi a surprise
in honor of bis birthday v
Man icd, Sunday, March 25, at the
homo of the bride's father, S. B. Car
penter, on Indian Creek, Mr. George
W. Hummcll, of Vesper, Kansas ami
Miss Ella Carpenter of Red Cloud, Rev.
Frank W Dean officiating. Tho par
ties are both wellautl favoi ably known
here and their host of friends unite in
wishing them a long and prosperous
journey through life.
At tho homo of the bride's pa
rents six miles west of Bladen;
nccuricd tho mnrriiigo of Robert A.
Richardson to Miss Anna Lntz.
Promptly nt noon tho young couple nt
tended by John Lutz and Miss Mary
Richardson took their places in tho
parlor where tho Roy. (J. W. Hummel
pronounced tins words which made
them ono for life. Tho bndo was attir
ed in a lovely dress tf white mull trim
med in lace and chiffon, whilo tho
groom wns handsome inn conventional
black dress suit. Immediately after
the ceremony tho gliosis repaired to
tho dining room whoro a bounteous
repast was served to which all did am
ple justice. Tho bride is a charming
young laely of noble Christian charac
ter and accomplishments, while tho
groom is one of our prosperous young
farmers of sterling worth and a good
Christian man. Thoy will go to house
keeping on the Pashby farm south of
Bladen. Thoy have the host wishes of
all thoir many friends.
M. M. Stern wns arrested Monday on
a complaint sworn out by Mrs. Bus
btttun wife of tho gontlejmn who wns
arrestod and lined for giving liquor to
parties who could not gel it themselves
and at a preliminary hearing tho case
was sot for yesterday. Tho caso was
called yesterday afternoon before Judgo
West at tho court houso and was con
tinued nil afternoon and to-day (till
about 4 p. m. when a verdict was
handed in by tho juryjof "not guilty."
Tho case has caused considerable in
terest among our pooplo as it was un
derstood that this was tho first real
move of the Anti-Sal ion Longuo in
their effort to drive out tho saloons.
Wo thiuk it can bo safely assorted that
tho complaint was not tho voluntary
actof tho complaining witness, but the
nets ofothor parties morolntorested.
Wo nro iu favor of the. enforcement of
the saloon laws, nnd tho puni-ihment
of saloon men for infractions of it, but
we aro not in favor of tho idea of in
ducing someono to makea complaint
when there U no more evidence for
conviction than thero was in this case.
Whilo it may not be so, still it appears
from the evidence and the verdict of
tho Jury, it was a concocted soheme
all tho way through, for tho simple pur
pose of obtaining a little election pres
tige Who will pay tho costs in the
case wo aro not ablo to say, but wo are
hero to say that wo will do tho best wo
can to koop thorn from being paid by
tho city. Wo havti no complaint
against tho city paying for tho prosecu
tion of cases against infractions of tho
liquor law if tho cases aro mado on
merits, but incasos liko this ono whero
the complainant is induced to make a
complaint for tho remlitnnco ?of a fine
or some imaginary wrong that has
bcon done, wo .object, nnd Jin such
cases tho Anti-Saloon League or any
one else bos our best wishes for just
such success us thoy have mntlo of thoir
mmmmj teruiuut took pUct- at Kuuihs City.
covert attacks becnino not only palnfi
hut dangerous. Neither tho hnntlwrl
tner on tho letters, tho paper, or tl:
plnco of mailing gavo tho allghtcs
clow to tho author. They wero wrltte
in various hands, and tho stationer
was such as might ho bought at a thoi
sand stores In New York city. At tl
lnatanco of Mr. Belmont tho pollco e
hnuated tho cunning of tho departmer
In an effort to trap tho writer of tl
"I will spend $100,000 to disc-over th
author of theso scurrilous lottors," Hd
We get the young innn's
trade because wc have the
clothes that please his taste,
at prices that fit his pocket
book. There's a smartness and
style about our Hart,
Schaffncr & Marx tailor
made clothes that appeal
to the dressy young men.
College men weir them,
young business men wear
them, men of every trade
and profession arc asking
They're the kind adver
tised in all the leading
magazines and worn by good
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C. D. MORSE.
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