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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1900)
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2J tulKud about it.
JJ "CJui" work" will no U. niter ti
do in this day of enterprise and Jj;
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1' 'I'lio man who never carried a ,l
2! reliable timep ecu has iniud ifc
n half the joys of lije. Jj
J Wo know watches front the
5, factory to our case. In buying
ii here you net our experience and u,
JJ best judgment worth something J
but costs nothing. JJ
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J l-.Whl.t US AND OPTICIANS
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Nowis tlie time to subscribe.
Telephone No. 07 for your gasoline
J.is. Unwren loft Tuesday for (Ji and
Al. Ovoilees of Kivcrton was licre
4 liis week.
Do you want a naw cook stove? If
so sec Wright.
Two residences for ale in city. See
S. B. Lightfoot.
J. O. Lindloy left Tuesday for n visit
at Kokoma, Indiana.
W. U Parker made a business trip
to Kansas City this week.
.Mrs. V. E. (Joule returned tho lirst
of the week from n visit in Iowa.
Smoke Colonial (iirl, the liest fie cigar
in tho world, at the Bon Ton Bakery.
Walter Uoby sells the Singer sewing
machine. Pi ices right, (let tho best.
Pay your subscription and get a cal
culating pencil. They arc a little won
der. 11. 1). Bedford has been named as
populist sta'.e committeeman for Web
Born, to Mr. and Mis. E. II. New
house, on Friday, July (!, a boy of the
tibial Nebraska weight.
MWs Mabel Saunders left Monday
mort.ing for a visit with relatives and
friends at Albert Lea, Minnesota.
II. E. Pond was in Lincoln this week
making arrangements for his removal
to that city about the Hrst of tho
Fishing in the river is good at pres
ent, or at least one .vould think so to
8co the good strings of tish that come
from the river every morning.
Tho mill is being pushed to complo
tion as fast as possible. Tho structure
is now fully enclosed, and in a short
while we will again have a mill in our
In warm weather Prickly Ash Bitters
helps your staying qualities. Workers
who use it occasionally stand tho heat
butter and are less fatigued at night.
Sold by C. L. Cotting.
"(lod bless the man that first in-
vented rain." That is a very popular
expression these days when you see
the street sprinkler going down tho
dtreet. All tho trouble is tho darned
thing don't cover enough territory.
Wo understand that some of tho
' Kivcrton Woys have an idea they can
beat Rod Cloud in a water tight. If
the Rivorton boys have any such ideas
in tholr heads they had better send a
representative down to arrange the
Star Bakery, j
I J. O. WILES. Prop. i
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MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
F. Banks of Rivorton wa-) here Sat
urday. Wanted -dirl at the Bon Ton, 13.00
See Wright before you buy a gas or
Tom Beal returned Tuesday from a
trip to Kansas City.
Miss Millie Boyd left the first of tho
week on a visit to Oxford.
R. T. Potter was looking after legal
matters at Oxfoid this week.
See our portrait offer and then come
in ami sec the sample portrait.
Win. Athet ton returned Sunday eve
ning trom a tiip to Ktitmis City.
Smoke Colonial (iirl, tin best Gccigat
in the wot Id, at the Bon Ton Bakery.
R 1) Bedford is down to Lincoln
attending the populist stale conven
tion. A complete line of pump and pipe
goods are can icd in stock by Moihart
At'l'lic Ciiikk for six mouths and a tine
oil linished lifo sie portrait '10'i'. for
I). L. (trout has completed a very
artistic porch in front of his residence
in the south ward.
Found A bunch of keys. Owner
can have same by calling at this office
and describing property and pitying
for this notice.
Samuel Foe, Eit Pulsipher, Jay Pope,
L. lLukins and Bernatd McNony were
down to Lincoln this wetik as delegates
to the populist state convention.
Mhjj Mabel Howard left last week
for a visit with her brother Arthur
Howard and wife al (losheii, Indiana.
Shu will :Uu visit in Ohio before sho
For it clear complexion, bright,
sparkling eye and vigorous digestion,
take Prickly Ash Bitters. It puts the
system in perfect order. Sold by C. L.
Capt. L. Archer of mission fieids of
Chicago, will lectuieat the Christian
church Friday night July 1!!, on the
Five Devils of Red Cloud, and all ar.
cordially invited to attend.
If hogs keep on coming into market
for the next two weeks the way they,
have during the past week, the hog
population (four legged we mean) of
this county will be a minus quantity.
At the (iiaee Episcopal church next
Sunday then-will be morning prayer
and mm inon at 10 U0 a m. atid evening
prnui and Minion at s p m. The pub
lic is eoidially ii.vilwl Ri.v. W. 11.
Ben Ludlnw was showing some very
fine sample-, of the brick which he
will bo making in the near future. Tht
biick were made on the machine ho is
getting, and wore burned by him hero.
They are equal to any brick that can
be found in tho west.
C. 1). Morse and wife will leave next
Monday for their old homo at Osceola,
this state, and from there they will go
to the eastern markets to purchase a
new fall stock of millinery. They ex
pect to be g)iie about a month and
will return with ono of tho largest
tocks ever shown heie.
Wanted One young man from Web
ster county, Nebraska, to prepare for
tho coming Railway Mail Servico Ex
amination. We furnish everything in
cluding books and maps. Address,
enclosing stamp, lutu-Stato Corres
pondence Institute, Cedar Rapids, la.
The Rescue Circle will meet at the
home of Mrs W. E Kellogg on Tues
day, July 1", at 11 pin. Will not all of
the member bo present as this will
clost our fust yeai's work. Officers
arc to lio elected and soino very im
portant business to bo transacted. By
order of President. Mn. T. E. Holt-
The past week has not boon very
condusivo t good spirits among tho
farmers or any ono else. To tell the
truth the outlook for the corn crop is
just n little gloamy in this locality. No
rain hero to speak of for a month and
still on oil sides of us they have had
good rains. Tho early corn is in most
cases already considered a failure, but
the corn which is not yet tassled out is
not thought to bo hurt to any grat ex
tent, and will yet make good corn pro
viding it rains within a week.
Tho fusionists held their several con
ventions in Lincoln this week and di
vided up the ticket amongst them
selves in a manner calculated by them
to cause harmony, but even weather
prophets aro unablo as yet to predict
whether it will bo a snow storm or just
a frost. John O. Yeisor of Omaha,
generally conceded as tho nominee for
governor, was turned down, and tho
nomination given to Poyntor for a sec
ond time. The balanco of '.he tickot ia
entirely now and is as follows. Lion
tenant governor, A. E. Gilbert; secre
tary of stato, C. V. Svoboda; auditor,
Theo Ureiss; treasror, S. B. Howard;
atlnrney general, W. D. Oldham, com
missioner of publio lands and build
ings, P. J. Carey; superintendent of
public instruction, C, F, Beck.
Bon Ton Bakery, i
FIVE CENT DRINKS. J
i Ice Cream Soil, crushed Kriilt Soiln 4
I Coco Cnla. Cherry l'luMtile, 4
I Wild I'herrj Itootlleer
Champagne Cider, Kxg Lemonade a
Ulnor Ale. orape Lemon. 1
k (rt Kola, Moxle, 1
I drape Orange. Lemon Sour 4
I Sol n I.emotiaile. Cherrr Itlpe 1
I Celery riicn'lmt. Fruit rlioapliate 4
I (tr!x l'lioapliate, I.emon riiunphate, a
t Oratine t'liltr I'aura llromlae. I
l herry Itlpe TnoM'hate
TEN CENT DRINKS. J
J (juetMi'a Karnrlte, Kuk IMinM'tiatp. 1
1 ' tmrlotte Uueo. MounUIti Koum,
, lliitiiilm ( renin, l.aillea' KvorlU 4
. spit Fli. ferritin Sherbet, 4
I OratiKi-ade Frull Simdaj 4
1 ibtrei IMioiplmie riiilti elnrct 4
seluer Lemonade with I !ierrte 4
FIFTEEN CENT DRINKS. J
1 1 laret Li-monndo. cherry (thiee 4
. Moornh Mii'DnM. I'liuwlm Flip 4
U-itpiierr) I'mioli sherry no I Ki?. 4
) I luret I'unch 4
W.S. BENSE, Prop.i
All kinds of garden tools at Wright's.
Fred Winton of Iowa was bote this
Al. Holdrego of Rivorton was here
Eail Pond was visiting in Superior
All kinds of wire fencing at Wright's
haul ware store.
Paul Pope of Riverton was in tho
city this week.
A good -eeoiid hand buggy for sale.
Enquite of J. .1. Baker.
Come in and ee our sample portrait
and you will want one.
L. P. Albright was in Lincoln tho
fore part of the "vcek.
Wright lias every article of ware that
is needed around tho kitchen.
E. J Overing shipped throe of his
Belgian hares to Oxfoid this week.
Smoke Colonial Girl, the best .rc cigar
in tlin world at tho Bon Ton Bakery.
For a good sniootho hair cut or shao
go to J. J. Bakei's on Webster street.
Joseph llerburger has plaetd a ntw
awnint; in front of hi", place of busi
ness. H ('. Richmond was shaking hands
with old fiiends in this city lat Sat
.1. L. Miner and Geo. Coon shipped
ten cars of cattle to Kansas City hist
All kinds of repairs for the Cham
pion binders and mower can be had
at W. B. Roby's leed store.
Henry Richmond, ot the South
Omaha depaitment of tlio World Her
ald was here the last of the week.
Will Ward and little sister left Wed
nesday morning for Oniahn. Ho will
also attend tho populist state conven
tion at Lincoln.
Miss Ida Kinsol loft Wednesday for
Fairbury where sho will mako a short
visit and from that place she will go to
Omaha to visit during tho summer
Why should ovory lady in tho land
own a "Now Home" sowing machine?
Because her sowing mncliitio novcr be
ing out of order she is always in good
humor. For sale by F. V. Taylor.
No'.ice All republicans are request
ed to moot al tho court house next
Thursday evening, July 19th at 8
o'clock for tho purpose of oigani.ing a
McKinley Roosovtdt club. Every re
publican in the city is leduestod to be
The illustrated lecture on the Philip
pines at the opera house last Saturday
by Geo. R Boomer proved to bo quite
an attraction and drew a largo crowd.
The lecture was an interoresting one
ami gave many people an insight to the
Philippines such as they had been un
able to get herotoforo.
The Ciiirf Calculating Pencil ena
bles any one to tigtiro faster than tho
brightest brain can without its a.d. A
twist of tho wrist brings tho result.
Instructive, interesting and highly
useful. From this date wo will give
ono with each dollar paid on subscrip
tion. In addition to his very lino oration
at tho grove 011 the afternoon of tho
Fourth, Mr. Overman also mad a very
pleasing little speech to the old set
tlers in tho afternoon. Mr. Overman
made a whoU lot of friends on tho
Fourth by tho facility witli which he
fell in with the spirit of the occasion.
Guide Rock Signal.
About twenty delegates from out of
town wore present when the Inter
state Reunion Association encamp
mont was called to ordor. Jt was de
cided to hold tho Intor-State reunion
this year at Superior on September 10
to la inclusive. C E Adams of this
city was olocted commander, II. R.
Stone of Smith Center, Kansas, senior
vice commander; Jos. Hunter of Guide
Rock, junior vice commander; Rev.
Hull of Nehon, chaplain. A day was
sot aside for tho Hispano-American
war soldiers. Superior Journal.
II E Pord was in Lincoln this week.
Mrs Anthony Claik of Oxfoid was
visiting hero this week.
Galrauized iron well tube 8c Hi at
Morhatt Bros. Hardwaie Co.
Isaac Shepherdsou of Rivorton was
doing business here Monday.
Our phone number is now T'J Call
us up when you need job pi luting.
S. B Lightfoot and family stnrted
oveiland for the mountains this week
Dwight Jones and wifospput Sunday
here with their daughter Mrs. George
Older jour gasoline of Moihart
Bros Haiilware Co. They will de
liver it for you.
l'he Fitko jubilee singers held forth
to a small ciowd at the M. L Chiiich
last Fiulay evening.
Mr-, (j M fhaseof Welcome, Min
nesota, is visiting with friends anil icl
atives in the city this week.
At a meeting of the city council last
Friday $."0 was appropriated to he
used in graveling Fourth avenue west
of Webster street.
Elsowhcio in this city will be found
tee seini-aiiniial leport of the county
treasuier it shows the county to be
in good condition liuancially.
The city council this week revised
and pasvil a new set of ordinances foi
this city i'liw retpoii for this was the
inadequacy of the old one!, 'l'he new
book will lie nut in about two weeks It
coveis various things which have long
been n nuisance in this city, among
winch I the ped:ler nuisance and the
Tho Case of Stato of Nebraska vs
Wm. Murphy for laiccny came up be
fore Judge West for hearing last Sat
urdaj The entire afternoon and ev
ening was taken up in trying to sectiio
some tangible evidence against Murphy
and then the court adjourned until
Monday morning. On Monday morn
ing when tho court convened the
proctiting attorney dismied the
case, there being no chance of .secur
ing evidence against him.
The C'liiKr hits always been in the
habit of giving it's subscribers the host
of it on tin1 otic ring of premiums for
subscriptions paid in advance. The
fact that paper has advanced mati r
hilly mid that no advauco has been
liindc in the pi ice of this paper, has
made it imperative that wo have what
is due us at once. We Have heretofore
been lenient, hut uill be compelled
soon to place many accounts in the
hands of a collector to enforce pig
ment. Rather than do this wr will
give as an inducement for those pay
ing up to date, a six months paid up
subsciiptiou to the paper and aline
genuine oil finish portrait of yourself
or a friend, in a splendid frame for
the small sum of $1.1)3. Those por
traits will not rui) oil' like the cheap
crayon pictures, but they wash and
can be put in a tub of wnter over night
without injury. The portrait can ho
made from any small pieturo, photo,
tintype, or ambrotvpo furnished. Any
portrait that is not entirely satisfac
tory will not cost you a cot. We
have a sample porttait at this office
which must be soon to be appreciated.
If yon have a loved ono whos pieturo
you wish enlarged it will pay you to
take advantage of this offer.
J Wc sell all kinds J
$ of the best 35
and can give the lowest
Special prices to
Give us a trial.
C. t. COTT1NQ,
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NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF.
Land Olllco at McCaotr, Neb., July 3, 1900.
Nolle Ik hereby Rlron that tho following
iiamctl nattier has tiled nutlru of her Intention
to mako II mil rouf In support of lur claim, iwid
that xald Proof will bo nm do before .la mux llur
fieri, ciork of tho Plmrlrl Court of Weilner
enmity, ill Hod cloud, Nebraska on .Saturday.
AHBiiat IHth, I90U. vie Mary .1 Molntooli II I'.
No, l'J,7S for tho Lot 1. oco 7, Twp. I N, It 11
Hue name tbo follow in uluieieii to prove
ber continuous residence upon ami cultivation
of sutd Una, vl: Hugh W. (lulllford, 'harle
MaiiK'u, liarmoutl W. Kounts, Yanee Uortten
arm, all of Hed Cloud. Neb,
V M. ItiTUBURM, Receiver.
I Commencing July 4 1
Hf we will sell the balance of our spring JJJ
J- and summer clothing left in stock
v, at a discount of fi
One-fifth off regular prices on all
Men's, Boys9 and
Straw Hats at Cost.
Fur and Wool Hats at 20 per
Gouiden-Haley Glothing Go.
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Hot Weather Goods I
We have a few hot weather goods on hand that
we want to close out and we arc offering them
at closing out prices taht will make it an
object for you to look after. Such
Ice Cream Freezers,
Gasoline Stove Ovens,
These goods are the best money con buy andwe
want to close them out and get in our stock ofQ
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Morhart Bros. Hardware Co.
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Children's Suits $
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