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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1900)
"With this ring
I wed thee."
The ring of love mid the ling of
goodness should ho lili'inleil m
tlio .vcminitig ling A 111:111
wtints nothing in life that ln
wants tc hi' 11s suit' of us liu tlocs
tin1 quality "f liis wedding or en
gigeincnt ring Hi wants tho
liest he wants just what In-pays
for, anil lie wants to Ituv it qui'
etly nnil secretly (Sooilnts
ami s 'crcsy arc two strong
points in our wedding ami en
gagement ring soiling,
jr.wni.nts and (ii-riciANs
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Harness repairs, Fogcl & Hutchison.
Sam Spry left Tuesday morning (or
James Morrison of Superior was here
Bert Waldon of Ileatrico was here
Mrs. L.I). Oattnati visited in Oxford
the last of the week.
Northern grown Mower and gardeu
seeds at the llioket Store.
Two residences for alo or rent in
city. See S. H. Lightfoot.
Largest lino of heaters in tho valley
at Wright's hardware storo.
Miss Maud Uoss ha- taken a position
in the millinery stoic of U 1. .Moise.
Walter Unity -ells tlm Singer suwing
machine. 1'iiee.s rignt. (Jet the best.
KlnnT Crone and hi- "lie-t pill'
Miss Myrtle llcdilen weie in J(iuide
Do you want a heating stove? if
you do goto Wright's, lie has a largo
11 no sit the lowi-t prices.
Seed o.it- for -ale. Norway and Sil
ver Mine, g'nid clean -ceil. Apply to
K 11. (i"ine. K'd Cloud, Nell.
Levi Miller and wife who have heen
visiting relative- heie left iheliistoi
the week for Kiuporia, Kansas.
Harold Turnure, the young son.of 1).
V. Turnuro was kicked in tho face by
a horso on Wednesday and quite badly
Goo. Morhart who has boon living at
Uutte, Montana, arrived home Thurs
day and will again take up a residence
High time you niadea display of your
appreciation of our new jeweler. Hon
est work at honest pricos. C. I). Morse
Thomas Kralik on la3t Tuesday re
ceived the sad intelligence of the death
of his mother at IVeseott, Iowa, and
left that evening to attend tlio funeral
A force of men have been at work
this week cleaning out tho street and
gutters in the business sfctlon. The
change in the appearance of the street
is worthy of mention. Let tho good
work go on.
Infractions of the law by csmmon
ereryday citizens are always condemn
ed by tho preachers and tho offenders
aro generally severely dealt with, but
when a preaehor. knowing tho election
law, swears in his vote when ho has no
vote, ho is lut alotio. Wo oelievo that a
preacher should bo arrested for law in
fractions just ns quick as anyone else.
II KICK'S TO TIIK IIINOE8 OF J
MAY TIIKY NKVKIt 1CUST '
When you Uo. let In te only a "while" ono.
Wlicn you Stcnl, tel awy from bid com-
When you Swear, nwear by yourcotinlry.
I When you Drink, ilrluk to the health of a
When you Kat, cut at the
J Star 13olcer9
; J. O. WILES, Prop.
Northern grown seeds, Racket Stote
Heater.-in endless variety a W W
Walter Warren was up from Superior
Thin sday night.
full line of fresh bulk garden steds
at W. I) Kobj's.
C F. Gather and wife went to Lin
coln the (irstof tlio week.
Clias McOitrk was here from Camp
bell the fust of the week.
T. .1 Turner the Kama City mule
buyer was heie this week.
Frank Ktehardson returned Thursday
night from a trip to.McCook.
If you want anything In tlie harness
line see Fogel A: Hutchison.
It II (i.iston has moved his Iioiim
uold goods to Concordia, Kansas.
Our phone number is now 72 Call
us up when you need job printing.
Fred Bradbrook was looking after
ou-ine-s matters in lilttu Hill Monday
Mrs. Fannie Haney has gone to Wa
ello, Iowa for a visit with her daugh
Foit Sai,k Chkai'. An lvigloLi-.tor,
two cultivators and a top buggy. Mils.
(Jiiti. Wantkd. Knquiro f Mrs. F.
l lladley, 2nd door south of Dr. Mor
nnville'sofllce. Mrs. William Ducker and daughter
Hessio of Lincoln are visiting in the
city this week.
The Misses Kubieck of McCook aro
visiting with their sister Mrs. James
Moranvillo this week.
Bert Ducket returned Thursday
night from a month's trip in the north
ern portion of the United States and in
L. II Fort has erected a barn at his
residence in tho south ward to take the
Dlace of the ono destroyed by fun a
short time ago.
Fred I'etcrson has purchased tho
Kat.mtyer property next his own
property in the south ward and is now
making improvements in both proper-tics.
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The Prices on them makes your
Largest Dealers in Men's Shoes in
A newcomer, Mr. J. O. Caldwell has
purchased the poultry business of Sam
uel Dyer. Mr. Dyer, wo understand is
thinking of locating in Denver.
Tho uncertain state of affairs in
which our city is in regard to tlio pol
icy of license or no license has robbed
us of the prospects of ono brick build
ing this year.
At tho council meeting Wednesday
evening tho committee appointed on
water works extension woro instructed
to go ahead with the wells. Thero will
probably be no shortage of water this
Alfalfa soed for sale. Guaranteed to
bo clearof Russian thistles, sweet clo
ver or mustard. Price $0 per bushel,
at farm of I. B. Hampton on bottom
road on south sldo of river, three miles
west of (iiiidu Rock.
A largo number of tho friends and
relatives ot Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kuchn,
living south of tho river, treated them
to a very pleasant surprise last Wed
nesday evening, tho occasion boing
their tenth wedding anniversary. Al
though taken completely by surprise
thoeouplo soon recovered their senses
and right royally ontortaincd tho
crowd till a lato hour, when all de
parted for their homes wishing the
couple many more happy anniversary
Wo call the attention of our readers
' t the generous premium offers nindo
in this paper lor saving Di.imond "C
laundry soap wrappers. This laundry
soap is manufactured by the Cudahy
Packing Company, at their big soap
works in Sott'.h Omaha, Neb Wo uu
dcis'and lln-i company is one of tlio
stioiigest and most tuli.ibio of its kind
in tin- United Stales Those who haro
received premiums t o they are greatly
pleased with them. Tho Diamond "C"
propi'Mlion is all right and worthy of
mi ones attention. Pleaso look these
ad-up and read what they offer. Be
aure to aniii for prtmlum catalogue, a
I Want Your Easiness,
. ' it f iir 1 1 1 1 iiieni ami
quality nf g"inl e.iunis for
aiitliini! xv 11 ti iuii I wnl
get it. The lie-t clas of
Hade ci inc.- m. way lie-ciill-e
1 -ell the lic-t goods
fir the price that others
iik for infci lor gnoiU. I
nut lii'ic to hack up any
goods that I -ell If there
is anything wioug I make
it right. Come ami look
my goods over. They are
all up to date.
J as. Peterson.
A girl wanted at tho City Bakery.
DM. S. Marsh of Hastings is in the
city tod a j.
Med Lavallce of Uiverton was lioro
C T. lla.'-Iton returned from Hast
Nato Piatt was a Hastings visitor tho
first of tho week.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Peterson
a boy, April 1st. Albdoing weil.
Mrs. Harry Bealo of McUook was
visiting relatives liore this week.
11. 0. Cutter returned the llrst of the
week ft nin a trip to Kansas City.
M. It Bontley wa. looking ufter bus
iness matters at Cuide ltock Wcdncs
Vein Bishop, formerly of this city,
now of Long Island, Kaunas, was hero
James Bennett of ButteMontnnu,
eon in of the Gilliam boys, i- visiting
in tho city.
A new plank walk has been placed in
front 0 tho Holland House by Land
lni (I ltuiichcy
Fugi'liVr Hutt'hi-nii have a line line
of heavy work harness you .should see
befoioyou buy a new one.
Rev. L V. lMson was in Lincoln tho
first of thewcok. Wo understand that
ho will remove from this city to Boat
rice. Mrs. Weideman and Mrs. Satnuol
Templo and daughter Mary arrived
homo Thursday night from a visiFin
Wji. McKimmoy and family have ar
rived in the city from Norton, Kansas,
and havo moved into a property on
""For Exciianok Brick block, three
rooms, to trado for small farm In Web
ster county. For particulars call at
oflico of J. S. White.
Tho pooplo poko plainly their de
sires on election day anil it is nothing
more than right that the vanquished
forces respect these desires.
The James Peterson property famil
iarly known as the "rookery" is under
going rdpairs and will be straightened
up nnd gotten in shape for occupancy
by Goo. Morhart with a stock of hard
ware. T. C. Hacker, Madison Finch, Al.
Galusha, Rob't Cochrane; C. W. Kaley,
and C. H. Kaloy of tho Masonic lodge
of this place attendod the funeral of II.
W. Brewer at Kansas City, Kansas on
John Copley an old and respected
oltinen of this county for many years
passed quietly away at his homo near
Inuvale, at fi o'clock a 111. on Tuesday,
April 3rd, aged 54 years, 1 month and
4 days. Ho was born in Austerlield,
uoar Bawtry, Yorkshiro, England, Feb
ruary 28lh 1810. Ho camo to America
in the spring of 1871 and remained
about fivo years when ho again return
ed to England and was united in mar
riage to MiflB Mary Blakowoll, at Man
chester, England, on the first day of
January 1880. He returned to Ameri
ca and secured a farm in this county,
and has resided here ever since. Eight
children, all boys, were born of this
union, all of whom but ono, with his
widow remain to mourn his loss.
The funeral services were conducted
at the sch ol houso in District 41, Rev.
ltippetoo and tho Masonic order of this
city conducting the services A large
concourse of neighbors and friends in
cluding about twenty of the order from
this city wore present to witness the
last sad rite of burial.
Henri Warren Brewer, aged 5l years
7 tn-inths and !! days died Tuesday
morning March U7, 1U00 at the home
of his daughter in Kansas City, Kansas1.
After an illness of one week he hud
coineto Kansas City iutetidicg to enter
one of the hospitals for medical Ileal
He died before lie had au opportunity
. hi carry out his purpose. The post
1 in. (item disclosed that lie died of intes
! Mi. Brewer was born In Cistuiuvia,
New York, Aug.'JIth, 1810. Tlii-Jfunii-M
moved to Mansion, Wis., where his
h'iliooit days weie passed. Deo. :10th,
l!!'!, he was nrirried to Martha L Pill
log. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer moved toStark,
County. Illinois whete the, lived for
Since lySJ their home ha.- been in
Itod Cloud, Neb., where Mr. Brewer
wu- engaged in the grain husitic-s
Mi Brewer leaves a wile, daughter,
and iwo .sous, Mjia B Kurighl, of
Kansas City, Kansas, Henry A. of Port
laud, Oiegon and Charles. . ol Kan
sas City, Mts.sotui.
lle-tdes these he leaves a twin sister
Mis. Win. Buttei Held, of Houston, Tc
and two biotheis, L. W. of Dresden,
Kansas, and ). 1). of Albion, Nebraska.
The funeral .services weiohold Sun
day afternoon at It o'clock in the Peo
ple's Methodist Prolestatil Church.
The services weru conduciedBuiider
thd auspices of Ihu Masuuiu fraternity.
The deceased was a Knight Templar
and a member of the Ancient Order of
United Workmen. He was also a mem
ber of l'riple 1'ie Benefit Association.
The following delegation of Masons
and friends from Bed Cloud, Neb. tit
ended tho funural services. A. li.iiusha,
M. Finch, T. C. Hacker, It. M.Cochrati,
C. W. Kaley and C. H. Kaley.
After the Masonic services at the
cemetery thu body was placed in the
receiving vault at Woodlawn.
Thu funeral services over tho re
mains of 11. W. Brewer uf this city
were held in Kansas City, Kansas, at
'J p. in, Sunday, Apr. 1st, 11)00.
Thu servicu was in charge of Wyau-
dotto. Lodge No. It, A. F. & A. M. of the
lallD' place, who escorted the remains
from the residence of Mrs. Eiiright
daughter ol the deceased to the family
chinch where an appropiialo and iui-
prcaiivc service was rendered by the
pastor and a select double quartette,
after which the remains weie taken to
Woodlawn ceineleiv wheio the full
.services of .the Masonic order was giv
en by aliotil fifty inuinber.s of Wyan
dotte Lodge, accompanied by m ev
coil of Knight l'ciuplnrs in full uni
form numbering about forty.
( h'niiv I. in !! of licit UloiHl was 1
repcmciiy Madison Finch. W.
and A. G.iliisha, Sec. Red Cloud
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wnapier o. i. oy -, i.iaiij, "-oik,
Cyreno Coininiiudery No. II by ltob'l
Cochran, who with Brothers McGregor
and.O.lell of Kansas City, acted as
pall bearers. T. C. Hacker ami Chas.
11. Kaley of Red Cloud were also pies
u .t. Tho llorul offerings were numer
ous and uuusually beautiful, promi
nent among which was a largo anchor
and shield design In pink nnd white
roses from Red Cloud Lodge A. O. U.
W. Tho dosign sent by Red Cloud Or
der of Eastern Star and tho one from
the business associates of Mr. Brewer
in Kansas City were aho very notice
able. Tuore are two places iu this city at
least where city water should bo used
iu tlio summer time for lawn purpose.
Tlio places wo mean aro thu school
house yard and tlio eourthou.se yard.
Both of lho.se places havo good lawns
started aiidthuy should bo improved
Why docsu't'.lhoecoool board make ar
rangements with the council for .sprink
ling thu school houso lawn mid thu
commissioners also make arrangements
to sprinkle tho court nousu la vu.
Theso are two places which could bo
made into handsome parks with the
We have addod to our
stock ti complete
lino of tho latest
1 Magazines and
i Story Papers.
Wo solicit your
Wt carry the largest
! Books and
in the city.
. C. L. COTTINQ,
"Wc get the young man's
trade because wc have the
clothes that please his taste,
nt 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 wear them,
young business men wear
them, men of every trade
nnd profession are asking
IwnJamQP'BTiiiH 'IfJl lilliVl
They're the kind advcr
tiscd in all the leading
magazines and worn by good
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.J. Thursday, Friday
April 5th, 6th and 7th, ipoo.
C. D. MORSE.
First door north of F & M. Bank
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