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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1900)
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t you ieg..idnig that v ach you
i You've thought nliout it nnd
J tnluad ubout it.
2J "(iucss wink" will no longer
i do in this day of uiitvi-ptlou and
f American push. a
T Tho man wlio never carried :i u.
2? reliable tlinep ceo bus missed
hulf the joys o( lije.
We know watches (torn tho
(nctory to our case. In buying J
n licic you got our expei ieneo and u.
best judgment wen th something j
but costs nothing
5 H,e,vovoxsfc ""Bros.,
.IKMT.I.HIS AND OPTICIANS
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Nowis tho time to subset ibe.
Telephone No. 'J? (or your gasoline
K. D. Bedford was in lllue Hill today.
Do you want u naw cook tovc? K
so seo Wiigkt.
Two residences (or silc in city. See
.S. H. Llghtfoot.
C. O. Hakor was up (rom (Juido Hock
the first of the week.
W"c guarantee no other loans made
on siimo terms. 1). J. Myers".
L. D. Clough o( Lincoln is visiting in
tho city the guest o( J. A. Haiuu.
Smoke Colonial Girl, the best Cc cigar
in the world, at tho lion Ton Hakery.
Walter lloby sells tho Singer sowing
machine, l't ices right. Get tho best.
Pay your subscription and gel a cal
dilating pencil. They sue a little won
del. "Dad" Shanklin returned Sunday
(rom a scveial weeks stay in Aduir
Win. Longbotliani o( Lawrence was
looking :i(tur business iniittcis in the
Morris Stern and wi(e led Wednes
day evening lor a two weeks stay in
Denver and other parts o( Culoiado.
It was a gloiious rain hst Sunday
night and all wo need is more o( the
same kind to put tho peoplo in good
Mrs. Dr. Rockwell and daughter,
Mrs. Graham, will leave the foro Dart
of the week (or a two month's outing
in tho mountains.
V social dance will be given in the
ilreman's hall on next Saturday even
ing (or tke purposo o( raising money
to defray the expenses of a delegation
o( fireman from this city to the stato
tiienien's tournament at York from the
-24th to tho 20th of July.
On last Friday afternoon about five
o'clock tho fire department was called
out to attond a tiro in tho northoast
paitof town which ptoved to bo tho
stable of Win. Fiuit. Tho lire had
gained such hcad.vny that tho stablo
and contents wet e practically destroyed
before tho department arrived on tho
Night Policeman Smelser was ar
rested on Wednesday on a complaint
sworn out by Capt. Archer, tbo street
revivalist. Ho was released upon his
own recognizance to appear bo(ore
Judge West Thursday afternoon, and
at that time tho judge dismissed the
jaso otPaccount of the prosecution be
ing unable to give a bond for costs. A
good crowd was prcsont the most of
-whom wero disappointed.
Star JBalcery j
; J. O. WILES, Prop.
71 Ky a
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
The Chief SI per year
Wanted (Sill at the Hon Ton, $3.00
Annual inteiest, option loans of 1).
J. My cis.
Seo Wright beforo you buy n gas or
Itoy Oatnian has taken a position
with T. K. Penman
Seo our pot ti nit oiler and then come
in and sec tho sample poi trail.
Smoke Colonial Girl, the best Cc cigar
in the woild, at the Hon Ton Hakery.
A com pie to line of pump ami pipe
goods aio cat lied in stock by Moihsut
Intel est and piiueipal collected at
your homo bank if you wish I). J.
Mrs J.O. Wiles visited in Orleans
this week tho guest of Mr, and Mis. P.
Frank Smelser and wife depaited
Thursday for a visit witli relatives at
C L.Winfrey was looking after bus
iness matters in Guide Kock ami Host
wick tho tiist of tho week,
qC. I). Robinson and James Huiden
let tuned from a two weeks outing in
the mountains of Colorado Tuesday.
Miss Lthel Cumnnngs left Monday
morning for Heatiiee where she will
visit with her sister Mrs. Call Jenkins.
Miss Virginia Caldwell loft Thursday
(or her homo in Cameron, Missouii,
a(tera visit with J.O. Caldwell and
For a clear complexion, bright,
sparkling oyo and vigorous digestion,
tako Prickly Ash Hittois. II puts the
system in perfect ordor. Sold by C. L.
Passenger train No 13 had a number
( extra cars tilled with excursionists
bound (or Denver and tho mountains
Wednosday morning. It was several
hours late in consequence.
On account of tho rain last night tho
meeting for tho purpose of oignnizing
a McKinley and Roosevelt club was
postponed until tonight at the court
house. All tepublicans aro iciuiested
to bo present.
Keep your system in pei(cct oidor
and you will have health, even in the
most sickly seasons. The occasional
use of Prickly Ash Hittors will insuio
vigor and regularity in all the vital
organs, Sold by C L Cotting
A number o( mlddle-of the-road pops
wero in the city Thursday between
trains, enioute to the state convention
at Grand Island. In outer that no one
would mistake thoni they took tho mid
dle o( the road and maichcd up (torn
L. M. Vanco and wi(e, lornier resi
dents of this city, now of Hnstings, ar
rived in the city overland (rom that
placo the first o( tho week. Mr. Vanco
wont back Wednesday but Mrs. Vanco
will stay here and visit with her par
ents and otuor (rionds (or somo timo.Q
Wanted Ono young man from Web
ster county, Nebraska, to proparo for
tho coming Railway Mail Sorvico Ex
amination. We furnish everything in
cluding books and maps. Address,
enclosing stamp, lnWr-Stato Corres
pondence Institute, Cedar Rapids, la.
Mrs. Georgia Cropp, ifo of Wm.
Cropp, formerly of this city died at
her homo in Republican City on Wed
nesday, July 18th. Tho remains will
bu brought to this city for interment.
The funeral sei vices will bo held (rom
tho iciidtnico of G. W. Francis this
afternoon at 4 o'clock, and the remains
will bo laid at rest in the Red Cloud
JThis paper would advocate the idea
of tho mayor issuing a proclamation
and having it printed in tho city papers
and distributed in printed notices de
claring that all offenders big or little
caught teasing or in any other way in
terfering with Tommy Quinn will be
arrested and fined. This nuisance has
gone far enough. Tho fact that the
Indios of our city have to bo subjectod
to the vilo blasphemy of this old fellow
in ordor that somo may have fun out o(
it is getting a littlo thin. He should
either bo placed in stibjoctiou or tho
ones causing tho nutsanco should bo.
Henrietta Kuehn, one of the old and
highly rosp'ected citizens of Webster
county living in Lino township, died
at her home last Wednesday morning
at 1 o'clock. Deceased was born on
October 37, 1824, and at tho time ( her
death was seventy-tiro yoars, eight
months and tweaty-one days of ago.
Sho came to this county with her hus
band and family in 1870. Sho leaves
threo sons, Will, Frank aud Carl, and
a host of friends to mourn her lose.
The funeral services were held at tho
residence and were conducted by Rev.
I. W. Edson. The remains wore laid
at rest in tho Red Cloud cemetery by
the side of her husband who died a few
yeais ago. The remains wero (olio wed
to tho cemotery by a large concourse
o( sorrowing relatives and (riends.
The bereaved relatives havo the sym
pathy o( all. - - -
i Bon Ton Bakery, j
J FIVE CENT DRINKS.
i Ire ('renin sotln, ("nulictl Krult olft
( ooo ( oik. t lierrr PlioliMc,
I WIMt Urttj Hoot llrcr
'liniitil'Mfr Rkr l.i'inonikilp,
I (lliiRpr 1p, t)ro Lemon,
Grape Kola. Moile,
I drop Orange. Lemon Pour
I Soda LrmotiAile, riierry Illc,
I Celery l'luuptiaie. Fruit riioplmte
I Orape Phonpliate, I cinon Photphate.
I Orange CMtr Paiim llromlile,
I lierr; lllpe Pnophale
TEN CENT DRINKS.
I (iicen'a Kaorlte. Kbr Plionpliale.
I Imrtottp Ittico, Mountain Koatn,
i llmmmi ('renin, Ladle' FntorlU?,
I Spa VIit. I'eraliinSlierlict,
i Oraiik't'ftdf Fruit Sunday
t t liuct Phosphate. Plnln ( Inrot
I Scltfcr Lemonade wild I lierrle
FIFTEEN CENT DRINKS.
I riarcl Lemonade t'lierr) (ilaee
I Moorluli siuTt el, CntMtliA rili,
ltnplierr Pimrli Sherrj mid KgK
W.S. BENSE, Prop.)
All kinds of garden tools at Wright's.
S1U0.O0O to loan on land by 1). J.
Peter Nelson o( Rosomonl was hero
All kinds ol wiie (cueing at Wright's
A good second hand buggy for sal.
Enquito of J.J. Haker.
Come in and see our simple poitiait
and you will want one.
Wiight has every article of waiethat
is needed atound the kitchen.
Smoke Colonial Girl, tho best fie cigar
in the wo! Id at the Hon Ton Hakery.
For a good smootho hair cut or shavo
go to J. J. linker's on Wobstor street.
M. W. Diekerson is homo again after
a several weeks trip in southwestern
All kinds of repairs (or tho Cham
pion binders and mowers can bo had
at W. H. Roby's (eod store.
A. C. Potter (ormcrly of this city,
now of Lead, South Dakota, was hero
this week visiting friends.
Sheriff Wells nnd James Halo re
turned home Wednesday from" their
trip in iho mountains of Colorado.
Mrs. L. IS. McFnrland of Lincoln has
arrived in tho city and is making her
homo with Geo. J. Wan on and family.
F. V. Taylor nnd wifo left Wednes
day night for a tiip to Denver nnd
other CjIoiiuIo points and to Salt Lake
J O. Linilley auived liomo Wednes
day fiom n tiip to his former old homo
at Grecntown, Indiana, to which place
ho had been called by a telegram an
nouncing the serious illness of his
A delegation of iniddle.of.tho-road
populists bearing tho badge of Harker
and Dounolly c.iir.o in on the morning
passenger (rom tho west nnd stopped
off hero while waiting (or the train to
take thoin to their stato convention at
Tho Fourpaugh-SellsUros. circus will
exhibit in Superior on August Oth.
This paper received a generous supply
o( bdvertising tu bo paid (or with ti
(ow paltry tickets but we didn't think
wo wanted to visit Superior to seo tho
show that bad.
G. A. Winton, who has boon quite
seriously ill (or somd time, died nt his
residence two aud one-haK miles north
of tliis city yestciday morning about
nino o'clock Tho (uncial services
weio conducted (rom the i evidence
this (rridaj) afternoon and the ic
mains wero laid at rest in tho Red
Cloud cemetery beside of thoso of his
wi(o who died a few years ago.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postofiico at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ondiug July 19th
Dunning, John Davis, Cha.
McMurrny, Georgia Smith, Dela
WelU, F. F.
These letters will bo sent to tho dead
lotter ofBco Aug. Sd, if not called for
bofore. When calling for above please
say "advertisod." T. C. Hackku, P. M
Epwartb Loaguo Assembly, Lincoln,
August 1st to Oth. Encouraged by tho
phenomenal success of threo previous
sessions, tho management of the Neb
raska Epworth League Assembly has
arranged a program for the 1900 meet
ing of which they may well be proud.
It it belioved that in variety, Interest
and real worth it surpasses anything
of its kind ever placed before the peo
ple of Nebraska. Those wh attend
this year will havo tbo opportunity of
hearing Frank Koberson, frosh from
the battlefields of South Africa; Dishop
Hamilton, General O. 0. Howard, Gen
eral John B. Gordon, Dishop Galloway,
Major Hawks, Maud Ilallington Hootk,
and a host of others philosophers,
teachers, lecturers and religious work
ers. Tho musical attractions aro espec
ially good, tho South African boy choir
and the famous Arion Lady Quartet of
Chicago. Half rates to Lincoln via the
Burlington every day (rom July 31 to
C V Cather if Lincoln washeio this
Fai in loans on most favomblo terms
o( I) J Myeis.
Nelse Longtin made n business tiip
to Superior Wednesday.
Dr. F E. McKeeby was up (rom Su
peiior the first of tho week.
Galvanized iron well tube So ll at
Mm halt Bros Hardwaie Co.
Our phono number is now 7'J Cill
us up when 3011 need job pi luting.
LOninStiekley of Guide Hock was a
visitor in tho city Satin day night and
Oidei jour gasoline of Moihait
Bros llatdwaie Co. They will de-
livei It foi j oil.
Will Auld left tho last of tho week
for a tup to tho eastern paitof this
Mate and to Iowa
Wm. Potter and family left the last
of the week (01 a visit nt their loimui
old homo 111 Kentucky.
A. O Heig returned Wednesday
morning (10111 a seveial weeks tirp in
Coloiado wheio he visited with a sister.
D. W Turnuio and wi(n left Wed
nesday eieniug (or a seveial weeks
stay at Denier and other points in Col
orado. J 0 Wiles lias received a new up
right two hoisc powwi Stover gasoline
engine and has it in tunning older, tho
smallei engine not having power
enough to satisfactory 11111 his ma
chiller C. S. Gnskoll of Republican City was
in the city this (oienoon. Mr Gaskell
is tho owner of a mciiy-goioiid and
while bote made arrnngumonts to
bring his machine (or a couple o(
weeks. The machine will probably ar
rive next Monday. It is now located
in Blue Hilt.
Mnnied, at tho homo o( Rev. (5. W.
Hummel, south o( tho city, on Sunday,
July 15th, 1000, Mr. William Dollins to
Miss Jennio Runclc, both pnrtios o(
Smith county, Kansas. Tho groom is
aprospeious young (aimer while tho
btidoisono of Smith county's admit
able young ladies. The young couple
will reside on a fat m. Wo extend con
gratulations. John A Fence, a bicyclist o( Read
ing, Pennsylvania, arrived in tho city
Wednesday, having made a journey
of over thieo thousand miles visiting
in other states Ho was an employe in
11 lingo shoe faetoiy in Reading ami
made the tiip for the benefit of his
health He is visiting with his uncle
J. F. Hassingerof Ninth Branch, Kan
sas The Chief has always been in the
habit of giving it's subseiibeis the best
of it on the ofTcring of premiums (or
subscriptions paid in advance. The
(act that paper has advanced mater
ially and that no ndvanco has been
made in tho prico o( this paper, has
made it imperative that wo havo what
is duo us at once. Wo Have horoto(oro
been lenient, but will bu compolled
soon to placo many accounts in the
hands of a collector to en(orco pay
ment. Rather than do this we will
give ns an inducement for thoso pay
ing up to date, a six months paid up
subscription to tbo paper and a tine
genuino oil finish portrait of yourself
or a friend, in a splendid frumo for
tho small sum of 11.03. Theso por
traits will not rub olT like the cheap
crayon pictures, but they wash and
can bo put in a tub of water over night
without injury. Tho portrait can bo
made from any small piotuie, photo,
tintype, or ambrotvpe furnished. Any
portrait that is not eiituely satisfac
tory will not cost you a cent. Wo
haven sample poi trait at this office
which must bo seen to bo nppieciated.
If you havo a loved ono whose picture
you wish enlarged it will pay you to
tako advantage of this offer.
X We sell all kinds
S of the best
and can give the lowest
Special prices to
Give us a trial.
C. L. COTTINQ,
I Commeneing July 4 1
we will sell the balance of our spring
and summer clothing left in stock
at a discount of
j One-fifth off regular prices on all
it! Men's, Boys' and
Straw Hats at Cost. 25
Fur and Wool
tti cent discount. ir
iy LtAutio in
Hot feather Goods I
We have a few hot weather goods on hand that
we want to close out and we are 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 andwc
want to close them out and get in our stock of
winter goods it will
Children's Suits $
Hats at 20 per Jg
i-uw rieuca, yii
be to yeur interest to
see them. ,
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