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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 10, 1900)
5 The Old Tallow Candle. J
5 The Old "Specks."
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1 old mutliml of sclci'tiiiK glaus ib
JJ go toKi'thci.
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JJ puts tliem upon his faces without
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i step to tin other end of tin t
J counter and buy si tullow e-anillu
t to go with thum
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11 still remains for hun the ilint iv
JJ tuui pinu knot. Jjj
1 VK KIT ejI.ASiUS TO MnllKIIN k
HITS HY MODKUS MKTIIOIX
JKWKI.l US AND Ol'TICIANS
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Now is the time to subset ibe
Telephone No. 07 for sour gasoline
Do you wnnt 11 nmv cook tovt- If
30 see Wright.
D. M. Abel left Wednesday night on
a business trip to Omaha.
Galvanized iron well tubo Sc Hi nt
Moihart Uros. Hardware Co.
Wo guarantee no other loans made
on same terms 1). J. Myers.
Smoke Colonial Girl, tho best 5c cigar
in the world, at the Hon Ton Bakery.
Mrs. C. M. Smith returned Wednes
day from a visit to Elmwood, th's state.
Walter Koby sells tho Singer sowing
machine Prices right. Get tho best.
Pay your subscription and got a cal
culating pencil. They arc a little won
der. Lillian Smith left Friday for a sum.
mer vfsit with friends and relatives at
Abel Jcrnbcrg of MeCook was hero
the first of the week visiting friends
Grant Met inland of Lincoln was
looking after business mutters hero tho
first of tho week.
Calvin Kenady of Holyoke, Colora
do, was hero the first of tho week vis
iting relatives and friends.
Nate Kingslnnd of Lincoln, formerly
a resident of this city, was giving old
friends the glad hand hero Tuesday.
H. E. Pond and family have loaded
up their housohold goods and on Thurs
day departed for Lincoln where they
will reside in futnrp.
Lost: Between North Branch, Kan
sas, and Penny crook, a pocketbook
contniulng a small sum of money and
some keepsako. tinder will please
leave at Ciiikk eflico.
A couple of colored bums wero ar
rested by Night Watch Smelscr and
Marshal Kinsel on Wednesday night in
tho south part of town and lodged in
jail to keep them out of devilment.
"What's in a name" The word bit
tors does not always indicate) some
thing hnih and disagreeable. Priokly
Ah Bitters is pi oof of this It cleans
m strengthens and regulates the sys
tem thoroughly, yet it is so pleasant
tho most deliuate .stomach will not ob
ject to it. Sold by C. L Cutting.
There is 0110 young lady in tho city
who has a penchant for telling tho
story that this or that young man was
drunk. Now wo don't know whoro
she gets her information but she must
bo cross eyed and can't tell drunk from
sober ns she has reported somo in that
condition who had not touched a drop.
There are sevoral old adages about
"people in glass houses," etc , alio
might learn with profit.
even the Babies
Ice Cream and
.K3 u ..; A f 9
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Tiik Chiek $1 per year.
Miss Kiln Cook was in Supeiior Sun
day. Anutial interest, option loans of l.
See Wright before you buy a gas or
The county cotiuuisMouera aro in
session this week.
Mrs. V B. Fulton visited in iUroitoti
the first of the week.
Come iu and see our sample pot trait
and you will want one.
Sec our portrait oiler and then conic
in nnd see the sample portrait.
cNicoli Sorcnson left Tuesday morn
ing for a trip to Nebraska City.
Miss Helen Martin of Falls. City is
hcie the guest of Miss Nellie West.
Smoke Colonial Girl, tin best (5c cigar
in tho wot Id, nl tho Bon Ton Bakery.'
A complete line of pump and pipe
goodtare cat tied in stock by.Morhait
Interest and principal collected at
your home bank if you wish D.J.
Alec Bcntley of Lincoln made u ttip
to this city on his wheel to visit old
Ed. Young of Norton, Kansas, for
merly of this city was here the first of
Ad Spracker and wifo left the Hist of
the week for njtrip to Denver and Sa't
C. 11. Knley and Chas Lindley spent
a couple of days at Superior the first
of tho week.
Order your gasoline of Moihart
Bros. Hardware Co. They will de
liver it for you.
Mrs. J. 11. Bennett nnd two sons from
Butte, Montana, aro visiting with Jaa.
Gilliam nnd family.
Bert Person is firing tho switch en
gino for a fow days while Fireman
Fearn is taking a lay-ofl.
Tho excursion train to Denver on
Wednesday had a breakfast order of
105 at the B. & M. eating house.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles LonghotT of
Arkansas, aro hero visiting with
Chris Zeiss the brother of tho latter.
Herb Conover who is working for
the B. & M. out of MeCook was hero
visiting relatives and friends Suuday.
Mrs. Charles Potter and her sister,
Miss Mamie Beale, left ttie first of tho
week for a trip toOgdcn and Salt Lake
Mrs. Fred Sleeper who has been
visiting friends and relatives hero re
turned to her homo in David City Sat
urday. At a mooting of interested parties
it was determined to hold the annual
chicken show on December 18, 19, SO
Elmer Kaley left Thursday for Chi
cago where ho will buy a largo invotco
of goods for tho Nebraska Mercantile
Vttorney E, U. Overman will address
tho republican club at their head
quarters in tho Kust building on tho
evening of Friday, August 17th.
Mrs Webster, of Donver, who has
been hero for tho ptst sevoral weeks
has returned home. She was accom
panied by Mrs Wm. Benso who will
make a return visit.
Hiverton and Superior first nines
will play bnll Wednesday, August 15,
at the fair grounds Bed Cloud. These
aro the two best clubs iu each county
nnd lovers of tho sport aro assured of
a good game.
Tho following item taken from the
Lincoln .Journal of Tuesday tells of tho
dentil of tho daughter of a former citi
zen of lied Cloud: "Katharine L.
Moore, a bright six-year-old daughter
of John Moore of the Security Invest
ment company, died yesterday morn
ing at 'G o'clock from injuries received
accidentally. Tho clothing of tho littlo
glil took fire Sunday aftornoon and bo
foro tho blazo was extinguished she
wns severely burned. At first it was
belifvei that slio would recover, but
after a night of suiTciing she died,"
The Hud Cloud band has secured tho
sei vices of a leader for that organiza
tion in U10 person of Mr. L L. Moon of
Wymoro who was leader of tho hand
at that placo for snmo time. Ho h a
band man of abilty nnd with tho co
operation of tho good material com
posing tho bnnd will soon bring it up
to tho proper stnrdaiM. As wo liavo
repeatedly said before, a good band is
one of the things thnl should be foster
ed nnd helped along by our citizens.
Tho knowledge that the citizens are in
terested in tho welfare of tho organiza
tion gives Uio members tho nssuranco
that they aio appreciated and lends
them to renewed Holt. Leaving out
tho pleasuro dniived, It Is ajdlieet busi
ness proposition for it tilings Undo to
our town that would not otherwlso
come. Stand up for the band, stand up
for Bed Cloud and let's Imvu nstioet
j Bon Ton Bakery, i
J FIVE CENT DRINKS. J
I Ice Crcdm bodn, (.'nulled Fruit sodn.
I Coco coin. ( lictry riio'phnlt,
WlliUiierrj llooillcor. 4
I ('linmi'Aciic Clilcr. Krr I.cmonmlc, 4
I iltivr Ale, llrnpc I.viuuti,
t Oric Kola, Moxle,
I drape (iriUiKe. Lemon sour 4
I Soil l.emuimile, rherry Itlpe. t
I Celery P!ioMlintc. I'ritlt l'lioihnte. 4
iir riiot'liiie. Lemon I'lioM'Iiste. 4
I OrniiKC Clilcr. I'nur llromlilc. 4
cherry Hire l'noilnie. 4
TEN CENT DRINKS. J
i (Jueen'n l'nwnlto. I'.bk l'lioilmte. 4
i Mntloitc Hum'. Motmtnlti fonm, 4
Untuttm Crcnm, l.nitlc' I'Arorlii'. 4
I sjib U'i7. I'erMnuMirrliet, 4
I UrnnKCtilp rrult -mnln)'. 4
Claret riioM'Imla, l'lntn CUrel. 4
i M-ltier Lcinuunilc with I'liorric. 4
FIFTEEN CENT DRINKS. J
C liiret Lcmoimile. clietry (llnee, 4
MuorltliMierlivl. Cnlnlm I'llp. 4
1 ltniberry I'ltueli Sherry niul l.Kk'. 4
I l IIIIVl I lllll'll 1
W.S. BENSE, Prop,;
All kinds of garden tools at Wright's".
MOO.OOO to loan on land by 1). J.
Jerome Vance of Guide Bock, was
here this week.
All kind 1 of wire fencing at Wright's
haul ware store.
Farm loans on most favorable tenns
of D J. Myeis.
Isaac Myers of Iuavale left Sunday
for a trip to Ohio.
Wi ight has every article of ware that
is needed around thu kitchen.
Smoke Colonial Girl, the best 5e cigar
iu the world at tho Bon Ton Bakery.
For a good smnotho hair cut or shavo
goto J. J. Baku's on Webster street.
Will lUfo nnd Joo Blair saw tho
animals nt Superior tho first of tho
Mrs. Jennie Ellis of Norton, Knusns,
is in tho city visiting leintives nun
Tho Misses Helen Uoby and Maud
Boss were visitors to Superior the first
of the week.
Mrs. L. H. Fort and son Charley re
turned Thurnlay night from a visit
nt Peru, this state.
A dance will bo given at the fireman's
hall 011 Saturday night nnd the usual
good time will bo hnd.
Wo would like to see some of our in
fluential business men get together
and work up a street fair.
Boy Tait and Miss Grace Garbcr
took in the Forcpaugh-Sells Brothers
show at Superior Monday.
Look out for malaria. It is season
able now. A few doses of Prickly Ash
Bitters is a sure preventative.
Mrs G. W.Dow and Mrs. W.E Rife
attended the Epworth Loague conven
tion at Lincoln returning Saturday
Joo Johnson, of Superior, is doing
thotonsotial work In tho shop of J.
J. Baker, while ho is camping out on
F. W. Cowden of the firm of Cow-don-Kaley
Co. left Saturday fcr Chica
go where to will buy a large invoice
of clothing for that popular storo.
Hugh Miner Jr. left Sunday for Chi
cago where he will spend snmo time
in selecting a larco invoice of goods
for tho general ineichandiso storo of
Excavation is being mndo on tho res
idence lots south tif the residenco of
J L. Miner preparatory to tho erection
of a substantial residence propel ty for
Dr E A Creighton.
H. L. Sams of Elmwood, this state,
tho new superintendent of tho city
schools is now a resident of the city.
Tub Chirk welcomes him hero nud
hopes his-stay in the city will bo pleas
nnt and;that he may be successful In his
Bed Cloud ought to havo a street fair
this fall. When wo say this we mean
it. Tho county fair which has been
held in past years and which is the ono
attraction which we havo had to bring
a crowd to our city in tho fall will not
bo hold. A street fair piopisrly gotten
up would bring tho largest crowd ever
seen in our city nnd n crowd that will
leave inoro money in tho city than nny
other This year nothing of tho kind
is to bo held west of us nearer than
Alma nnd none in other directions
nearer than Grand Island and Fre
mont, 90 that wo would havo a largo
scope of country to draw from. Tho
fact that Alma is having another street
fair this year shows that there is
money in it for her merchants. Tills
year of all other years, boing tho nat
ional campaign year, roald lend at
tractions to tho show. Bed Cloud bus
iness meii should shake otl tho lethar
gic state tlioy havo been in for sovernl
years and let the peoplo know that sho
is tho bust up-to-dato city id the valley.
You owu it to your farmer patrons to
furnish them and their fnuulies somo
nniusemeut. Tho middle or lirst of
October is plenty soon enough nnd it
wood give plenty of time to ndvertlao
Incidents ol Evy Day Lift Which Vtry
Ftw PopIt Stop to Think About on
Account of Their Littleness.
Tlieio Is 0110 girl iu town ho come
neater to perpetual motion than any
thing we know of. Site chews gum.
The met ry go-round has gone and the
city has settled down to its normal
condition again Somo of the girls
evidently dldu't caro In whoso com
pany they weiein so long as he paid
the freight There as one fellow
who occupied a box seat who didn't
seem to eare what female company ho
was keeping either He might havo
been innocent but ho mado fun for the
boys Among the provisions in the
new book of oidiuaucos isoiiorrquir
lug panics convicted of pett crimes
and of vagiaucy who do not pay their
lines, to voik on the streets The two
coloied hums who were anested Wed
nesday night will earn their meals for
three dajs The ui-in who pays his
good inoiicj for street sprinkling and
then ha" to take a hoc each morning to
clean out the diit of the day befme is
apt to say d -11 the pt inkier. This is
the timo of year when tho merchant
who does not adveitie stands nt his
door and takes weather observations,
The fellows who do are too busy.
They say that Bed Cloud has added to
her list a Jack-the KUscr. -Anyway it
is nssetted that a vounu lndv was kissed
on the tied Satutday night against
her will Wo have hunt it of girls who
like to be kissed against ilieir will -
Tliis is the Mcnsou of the year when the
girl with the everlasting silly giggle is
wont to mike a Itutatio 1 with about :v
dren joiu.g persons of tho masculine
gcndei, silliur and with a inoro pro
nounced giggle than hcr-clf, so that
she may always have ice eieam victims
on the stilng. This is- called tho ice
cream giggler When any person by
the name' of Moon comes to our city
the girls aro all dead stuck to get next.
They probably think that if tlioy can
go prcmennding with him on the dink
iest night they will bo guided safely by
the moon Since lie came to town the
girls are all practicing "In the Evening
by the Moonlight." Wo understand
Hint a couple of young folks who havo
been keeping company for some timo
have decided to get married in Decem
ber. In order that they may bo able to
start out in matrimony right tlioy havo
decided to save up their money for tho
auspicious occasion. But the nice pait
of tho arrangement is that the young
couple havo a young lady friend who
Is also going to save up her money and
Loun It to them. The latter young lndy
when asked when she was going to got
mnrrled, said she didn't want to get
married, sho could havo more fun
single. There's only one girl in tho
world for me, and that's tho 0110 I'm
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postoflice at Bed Cloud, Nob
raska, for tho week ending Aug. 2d,
Taylor, F. C. Taylor, Murtio
Boyco, Minnie Aulger, A. M.
Clark, M. E. Fnrhood Bros.
Lozenr, Ed. Post, Bay x
Bay Zook, Neuter
These letters will bo sent to tho dead
letter office Aug '23rd, if not called for
before. When calling for above plense
say "advertised." T. C Hackkr, P.M
The Bepublicau Senatotial Conven
tion for the 20th Senatorial District of
Nobraska, is hereby called to meet at
Bed Cloud, Webster county, Nebraska,
on Fi iday, the 24th day of August, MOO
at ono o'clock p 111. of said day, for the
purpose of plnciuir in nomination 11
candidate for tho olllcu of stato sena
tor, nnd for transacting such other
business as may piopetiy come before
The counties composing said dlrttiet
mo requested to send delegates to
said convention as fellows:
J. P. A. Black, Chairman.
of the best
and can .Rive the lowest
Special prices to
Give us a trial.
C. L. COTT1NG,
We have a small assortment of Men's, Boy's and
Children's Jifiht weight suits and pants
which we will sell at greatly re-
udeed prices in order to
at almost your own price.
All 55c, .joe, 50c and 60c hats at 25c each"
All 75c, $1.00 and 51.25 hats at 50c each.
A few left. Will sell at $1 to $3.75. Worth $2.25
Boy's and Children's McKinley and
it Roosevelt and Bryan and Stevenson
We are and will continue to be from now until
election, headquarters for campaign goods.
ft See us when you need anything
ft in this line.
it) a .J ir-i, ti-LL: v-
boaiaeii-iciiey biocnrng uo.
jF( LEADERS IN
Morhart Bros, are making it interesting to you to .
call and see what thev can do in the wav
Here are a Feca Hem Ones, g
8 inch steel monkey wrench, 30c.
Dewey Improved Hog Waterer $1.75.
All steel handled axe 90c.
. 4 tine Manure Fork, 70c.
4 tine header fork 70o,
50 lb. Flour Bin 95c.
Genuine Baker barb wire $3.75.
7 pounds nails 25c.
6 pounds staples 25c.
Ellwood wire stretcher 6oc.
We are making o special price on gal
vanized well tube that will be an
object to you to get if you are
putting down a well.
Remember we guarantee our
'goods to be first quality
and the lowest prices.
Morhart Bros. Hardware Co.
of prices of their line of goods. mt
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