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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1900)
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MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
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GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Telephone No. 0? fur your gasoline
Henry Clark returned last night from
Do you want a naw cook stove V If
so sou Wright.
Two residences for .sale in city. See
S. 15. Lightfoot.
Miss Georgia Scott of Guide Hock
was hero Thursday.
Tho tailor shop of F. Kirkncr is re
ccivmg a now coat of paint.
Hugh Hotzer has sold out his busi
ness and gon to Cripplo Crek.
Lizio Marker loft Tuesday morning
for a visit with friends in Virginia.
For a good smootho hair cut or shavo
go to J. J. Baker's on Webster street.
Walter Koby sells the Singer sewing
machine. 1't ices right. Got tho best.
Fay your subscription and get a cal
culating pencil. They are a little won
der. Mrs. Noble S.mford after a visit hero
returned to her home at Axtell, this
Holiday Kites via the IJurlington
ltoiito, July :( and 1, between stations
not more than '20U miles apart.
Mrs. Noise Longtin left Satitiiltiy
tor Aurora, Kansas where she will
visit with relatives and friends.
J. A. Hosmer of DesMoines, Iown,
was hero tho first of tho week visiting
vrith his brothor A. C. Hosmer.
Porter Hedge and wife ( Lincoln
visited with Mrs. Anderson Hedge nud
family over Sunday and then returned
home Monday morning.
Do you want a sound liver, rigorous
digestion, strong healthy kidneys, reg
ularity of the btwols! Take Prickly
Ash liit'.ors. It has the medical prop
erties that will produce this result.
Sold byC.L. Cotting.
Your childoren will beat you at fig
ures if thoy have the Chief Calcula
ting Pencil. A wonderful little edu
cator thoy can stick into their pockets.
Simple jis a clothes pin to manipulate.
Bring us in that dollar, its a small
piece of money but if wo got a hun
dred of them wo will pay off the inort
g.igo on the farm. Seo advertisement
in another column.
Michaol Berry of Oxford, who is out
on bond for appeal anco in tho district
court here at tho next jury term, to
stand trial for robbery at tho homo of
Geo. W. Lindsey some time ago, is
again in trouble. This tinio ho is
charged with tho robbery of valuables
from a Hastings traveling man and was
apprehended nd taken to that place
from Oxford Monday by tho Adams
J. O. WILES, Prop.
For cow pasturo sec J N. Popo.
iJim Cather was in Hasting Thurs
day. See Wright before you buy a gas or
F. B. Dauchy formerly of this city
was hero Monday.
Mrs D M. Abel returned Thursday
from a visit at Omaha.
Mis Blanche Hollingsworth of Wy
mote is liete vbiting with old friends.
Charley Crablll and George Van
Camp are visiting in Hastings this
Jese Baker invites hi old friends to
visit his tousorial parlois on Webster
Mrs- Koy Young left Thursday night
for a visit with relatives and friend- at
Geo B Lea left Tuesday morning
for a visit with friends and relatives at
John O. Yeiser sp nt Monday heio
leaving for his homo ill Omaha again
I uesday morning.
Miss Malml Day left Tuesday for a
summer visit with relatives and friends
at Baltimore, Maryland.
I. B. Stanser and wife and George
Amaek and wife returned last night
from a trip to Missouri.
Holiday Kates via tho Burlington
lloiite, July :i and 1, between stations
not more than 1200 miles apart
Carpenters have been limy at work
011 the now mill and it will not h long
before the stiuctitre will be completed.
Wm. West and wife and Kdwiti
Kinigh left Wednesday for Seattle,
Washiugtou, where they will live in
Jesso Baker, 0110 of the popular ton
sori.il artists in Ward liiatt's shop, has
purchased the shop of Hugh Bot.cron
Will Kellogg left for Hastings yes
terday where ho will join the other
boys and they will contimuo thoir jour
ney to tho northwest.
If your brain won't work right and
you miss the snap, vim and energy
that was once yours, you should take
Prickly Ash Bitters. It clonuses the
system nnd invigorates both body and
brain. Sold by C. L Cotting.
The republican electors ot w ouster
and Adams county aro requested to
send delegates to meet in Float con
vention in tho Host wick hotel in Has
tings, Nebraska, on Saturday, July 7th,
1!I00, at !2 o'clock p 111 , for the purpose;
ofplaeiigiu nomination a candidate
for II nt representative for the 'Kith
district. Tho counties are entitled to
1 ('presentation as follows- Adams
county IS, Webster county, 13 Adam
Tho following business firms have
decided to closo up their places of bus
iness all day during tho Fourth with
tho exception of tho meat markets
which will close from 11 a.m. to 5"p m.
W. A. Mitcholl Cowdon-Kaley Co., W.
W. Wright, Nebraska Mercantile Co.,
J. O. Butler, Galusha & Woscott, Sher
wood & Albright, State Bank, Morhart
Bros., Alfred Hadell, Fogel & Hutchi
son, Popo & McClaren, S. It. McBride,
K. E. McBride, J. C. Wolfe, Newhouso
Bros , C. D. Morse, Mrs. S. F. Spokes
field, Miner Bros., James Peterson,
Piatt & Frees Co ,Tradors Lumber Co.,
Turnuro Bros., B. F. Mister, Berg &
Smith, W. E. Rife, Henry Diedorich,
Albright Bros., Thos. Penman and A.
Tho wedding of Miss Ida linker,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C5. W. Baker
of Lester to Mr. George Wilson of
Guide ltock took place at the home of
tho bridt's parents on last Sunday,
Juno 24th, a largo number of tho
friends and relatives of the contracting
parties being present. Tho ceremony
was performed by Kev. It. A. Barnes
pastor of the Methodist church of this
city. Tho brido is well and favorably
known in this county and is an accom
plished and charming young lady.
She is tho daughter of Mr, and Mrs.
Georgo W. Baker old and respected
residents of the county for ninny years.
The griom is tho son of Mr. and Mrs.
U. Wilson of Guide Rock and is a
young man of sterling worth. The
Chief along with their many friends
unite in hopiug that their lives may
always be tilled with sunshine.
A special telegram to the Daily State
Journal of Tuesday froai Wynioro,
gives an account of tho fatal shooting
of Pete Baker by his brothor Jako at
Htinover, Kansas, on Sunday night
last at tho home of the former. It
seems that tho brothers had beon run
ning n beer stand at a picnic near Han
over on Sunday and that during the
dav Poto had bocume intoxicated nnd
had a tight. That night us they were
settling up tho day's business some
referenco was made by Jake in regard
to tho tight which made Poto angry
and he attacked Jake and tho shooting
followed. These, two brothers are woll
known hero hnving run in hero on the
Buiilngtwn as brakesmen for several
years. Thoy both were powerful men
mid had tho re- utation of being great
lighters and would itny by friends
through thick and thin. Thoy were
participants in the tight with Night
watch Miller here several jenrs ago.
Tliu coroner's inquest oxhonorated
Jake, tho shooting being in self defense.
i Bon Ton Bakery, i
FIVE CENT DRINKS. J
I ice c renin Minn, minion p run ?uun, 4
1 ( wo Coin. CliiTfy riiotilnUi. 4
I Wllil Uierrj ltootllcor. 4
I ctminimKUL-OMer, Kkk l.cmunnito. 4
OliiKer Ale, triio t.cmoii, 4
drape KoU, Moxle. 4
t (irupp orange. I.pinon Sour. 4
t flodn Lemonade. Cherry Itlpe, 4
1 Celery l'lunplintc. Fruit rtioplnite. 4
I drupe riHuphiilc, 1.01:1011 1'lioM'lmto. 4
llrnnnelliler I'nurs Hromlile, 4
Cherry Illpe I'lunplmle 4
TEN CENT DRINKS. J
(Jiiecn'ii Kmorlte. llgR I'lioiplmte. 4
I 1 hnrlotle Illume. MimnUln rmiii, 4
I llniiKlm cicnin, l.mlleh I'nuirlto, 4
I sp Yitf, !er1iililierliit. 4
orniiKeHile rmltuiiilny 4
I Clnrut riiuKphnte, I'lnln clnret. 4
I :eltrer l.eimimulc with l herrli" 4
I FIFTEEN CENT DRINKS. J
I Clnret l.i'inoniule. clierrj (ilitce 4
1 MoorWi Mierhct cnlilwliii Kill. 4
Hniplierr) t'lilich. Sherr iiml l-.KR 4
Clnret I'litwh 4
W.S. BENSE, Prop.j
All kinds of gnrdon tools at Wright's.
All kinds of wire fencing at Wright's
Grant McFarland of Lincoln was
hero this week.
Alfred Hadell and .vifo returned
Tuesday from Denver.
Charles Buschow of Colby, Kansas,
is visiting in tlie city today.
Wiight bus every nitjclo of ware that
is needed around the kitchen.
The Miss.eG(,,lu' K!lUv "ml North 11
Talbot have gone on a visit to Iowa.
Mrs. W. A. McKoighan left Thurs
day for a visit with friends at Kudi
cott. All kinds of repairs for tho Cham
pion binders and mowers can bo had
at W. B. ltoby's feed store.
Holiday Bates via the Burlington
Route, July 3 and 4, between stations
not inoro than 200 miles apart.
Tho supremo court adjourned with
out giving a decision in tho county
judgeship caso and Judgo Duffy still
remains 011 duty.
Ho oats heartily in tho hottest weath
er who uses Prickly Ash Bitters. It
keeps his stomach livor and bowols in
perfect order. Sold by C. L. Cotting.
WHY do the ladies prefer tho New
Homo sewing machine to all others?
Because, with its double feed, it car
ries tho work through without their
having to guide u For sale by F. V.
The 1 ear portion of tin- restaurant
of Wm Benso was discovered to be 011
lire lat Sunday morning about 10 11.111.
An aim 111 was turned in and the
lire boys responded promptly and soon
had the lire out. Before tho firemen
arrived tho blazo was kopt in check by
a bucket brigade. Tho loss was small.
Tho Oiiikk Calculating Pencil ena
bles any one to figuro faster than tho
brightest brain can without its aid. A
twist of tho wrist brings tho result.
Instructive, interesting and highly
useful. From this date we will give
one with each dollar paid on subscrip
tion. Bulk's Big Pavilion Uncle Tom's
Cabin Co., with thoir excellent band
and orchestra will make thoir first ap
pearance bore on July 5th, evening
only. This is ono of tho largest and
best conipanys organized, aud aside
from a well rendered production of
the tinio honored drama, thoy give a
select musical program consisting of
overtures, selections and popular mel
odies, making an evening of mirth,
music and inulo-drnma. Select open
air band concerts nt noon and 7!i0 p.m.
Admission, adults U.lc, children 10c.
Mr. Geo. It Boomer, Into of tho First
Nebraska has been engaged by tho
republican central committee to open
the campaign of 1900 in this county,
with a lecture on tho Philippines illus
trated with 150 stereopticon views ta
ken while there. He appears in Bla
den July 2d, Itoaemont July 3d, Cowles
July 4tb, Guide Rock July ftb, Ina
vale July Gth, and Red Cloud July 7th.
Everybody should hoar the question
intelligently discussed by ono who was
there and knows whereof he speaks.
Annie B. Riugland was born in Swe
den in 1859 and came to America in
1800., Both her parents died in 1807 at
Allimakee county, Iowa. She went to
Davenport, Iowa, in 1872 and there
was married to Dr. Brown in 1877 and
moved to Dakota in 1879. She was
the moiber of five children, three of
whom survive hor. She came to Neb
raska in 1835 and was married to M. C.
Judd in 1891. To this union ono child
was born August 8d, 1898, Olive Law
rence Judd, who is still living.
Mrs. Judd died Wednesday morning
Juno 27th, and funoral services wero
conducted Thursday morning at tin
o'clock at the homo by Rev. G. W.
Hutnmol, Tho body was laid to rest
in the Bed Cloud cemetery. The do
ceased is a sister of Mrs. J. W. Sain
don and Mrs. Berg of this city. She
ws a member of the M. E. church of
this place aud had many admiring
frieuds who deeply sympathize with
the bereaved. N, M. H.
Incidents ol Evtry Day Lll Which Vtry
Few People Stop to Think About on
Account ol Their Littleness
List Sunday's lire at the restaurant
of Win. Benje wns a close call. This
should make many who aro located in
frame bill. dings think of tho jeopardy
they havu to run when they have lino
stocks of goods or fixtures A person
who lias seveial thousand dollars of an
iiiM'stiiicnt in tlxtuies and stock as in
this ease can well ntlordpto pay an ad
ditional rent for a brick building
rather than pay exorbitant lates for
insurance with an additional risk. In
tills iiistuico tlie insurance rate is
$3oa thou-iand un stock and $!!? f0 on
bin. ding The rale on similar located
bruk buildings on the same side of
tlipsticcl uail and SP.' a thousand
Oillie east side of the stieet where
tlieie is practically nothing hut frame
building the rate is $."iO ami ?ii" N )v
in ilei to be safe nud to have the ad
ditional eointort and nice sin niundiugs
of a luiek building it stands to reason
Hint n much better ient.il cuii ho ob
tained There is also the additional
saving of fuel.-We cannot see why
some of our moneyed men do not umko
mi investment in brick buildings -
A number of one .story brick business
houses, built on solid foiiiidntions so
that a second story could be built on
later would be a blessing to tlie town.
They would bo occupied at once and
would pay a good interest dividend
that would be absolutely snfe. When
once anything is .stalled in Bed Cloud
it gets to lie n fad The use of the
bliggS whip to light giieviiiiees has
become a fad. -So far no pietuie.sof
irate women wielding buggy whips
over tlie shotildeis of the woman who
monkeyed with the affections of her
hubby have been pictured from here in
the Police Gazette.--Tin eo deals in
buggy whips aro said to have cut a
central figure lately and tho pneo of
them ought now to advance rapidly.
Of course if the fad is to bo kept up
wo will have to notify tho Gazette and
have them send on an artist to fix the
matter up right. It is daugorous to bo
safe while such modes of warfare ex
ist. Next Wednesday is Fourth of
July and tho small boy will bo happy.
And ot course tho small boy isn't
tho only ono who is going in for a good
time. The young man and his best
girl are milking preparations to go
away from homo even if it is not more
than a dozen miles and put in tho daj
drinking lemonade, red pop and at
dancing. Foiii Hi of July is a day Hint
shows life's other side. You will seo
mixed in tlie mazy dance on this day
the young man dancing witli the young
lady to whom he would not speak the
next day nud the young lady grasping
tlie hand of tlie young mull wlio.se .sal
utation on the morrow she would gieet
with a glance of withering contempt.-
Of course you will see others of both
se.xes who net the lady or gentleman
wherever or in what society they are
thrown and treat each other kindly.
These are the chosen of God's creation.
And after all is said tho high nnd tho
low, the rich and the poor come to tho
common point that six feet of earth
make all men of ono sizo.
Now that thoro is a good prospoot
for crops and all naturo seems bent on
tho making of plenty, it seems to us
would bo a very opportune tinio for
those in arroais to como in and pay
their subscription. As We havo said
beforo it is not the large amount of
each individual who is in arrears, but
taken as a whole it amounts to a large
sum. Take for instance tho fact that
of five hundred delinquents, fifty owo
from two to thrco years, two hundred
owo two years and tho balance or two
hundred and fifty owe ono year. This
collectively makes a large sum. Some
people seem to think that the' should
receive n paper right along without
paying a cent, but they don't stoii to
think that tho publisher lias to bo eter
nally putting up the cash. When you
read this article stop and think if you
aro ono of the many and then do tho
right thing. We'll uot become a bloat
ed bond-holder but in turn we will pay
what wo owo.
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We have just received a big ship
Children's & Boys'
and PANTS which we will sell at
very low prices. These goods
were t bought at late sea
son's prices and will be
to Child's Wash Suits, 3 to 8
45c and 50c.
Boys' wash Suits, 9 to 14
$1.00 to $1.25.
by using one of Cotting's JJ
Hammocks. All prices
from $i.oo to '$4.00. lim
" that don't cool you offtry
one of our cold ice cream 2
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J C. L. COTTING, I
I The Druggist. I
Knee Pants 20, 25, 35c
New shipment of young men's suits
bought at a very low price to close
out. Prices on these goods
which are bargains.
Boy's and Children's
in endless varieties.
Prices 5c to 75c.
Couiden-Kaley Glothing Go.
Outfitters for Little Fellows.
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Cut and Slash
We are not "Boxers" but we
cut and slash the prices
Here are a few of Oar Prices:
4 tine Manure Fork, - - - 50c
Long Handled Shovel, - - - 90c
Long Handled Spade, - - - 90c
Galvanized Bushel Measure, - - 65c
Mrs. Potts' Sad Irons, - - - 90c
Genuine Baker Wire, - - - $3.75
Bloomer Patent Hog fence, per rod - 35JC
Eureka Post Hole Digger, - - 70c
Solid Steel Guaranteed Claw Hammer, - 40c
8-inch steel Monkey Wrench, - - 30c
4 quart "Wonder" 5 miuute freezer, - $2.35
14-quart cream can, no gauge, IX tin, - 35c
14-quart cream can, with gauge, IX tin, - 45c
We make no leaders in i prices
but sell all goods on small
Take advantage of it "and save
Morhart Bros. Hardware Co.
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