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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1901)
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MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
GENERAL CITY NETS.
A year's record of which we
Proud of our progress, proud
of t lie stvtis-f notion we Imvo given
proud of tho uiuny ailing eyes
wo have relieved with our glass
es, ptotid tliiit our customers are
from among tho most intelligent
aod critical classes proud 'of
our Increased patronage
It shall bo our earnest endeav
or timing tho next twelve mouths
to add another year's record
similar to tho ono just gone fac
tor. Jlewhoase Bros.,
Red Cloud, Neb.
Jewelers aod Opticians.
Stove repairs at W. V. Wright's.
For farm loans call ou C. V. Kalcy.
Archie Hedden of Nelson was Lore
U. G. Knight of Inavale was in tho
Miss Edith MeKcighan returned this
week from Lincoln.
Special price on buggy whips. Fo
OKI. & Hutchison.
L Do Hart and wife have returned
home after an extended visit in Illi
nois. ? ,Georgo Hutchison was hero from
towles this week.
' Ueorgo Rtcketts visited witk his
m ther and other relatives at St. Joo
For Sale Two well bred red male
pigs and ono sow. Can ho seen on farm
south of Richard Turners. V. H. Van
Mrs. Camp of Vermont, mother of
Mrs. F. V. Dean arrived in tho city
this woek and will make a protracted
There will he regular service hold at
tho Christian church each Lords day
at the usual hours. II. S. Soudkh,
J. P. Halo has purchased tho build
ing opposite tho Moon block, formeily
occupied as a marble shop, and Is fit
ting it up for tho occupancy oi tho Na
! Babies and children need
j proper food, rarely ever medi-
cine. If they do not thrive
i on their food something is
wrong. They need a little
help to get their digestive'
ft machinery working properly.
COD LIVER OIL
...Ml fAvlltr rnrrsrt hi I
win umdii vi.-. ...-
1 difficulty. J
J If you will put from one- j
2 fourth to half a teaspoonful j
1 in baby's bottle three or four j
I times a day you will soon see J
I a marRed improvement. For j
i larger children, from half to j
5 a teaspoonful, according to
age, dissolve in their miiR, J
if vou so desire, will very
j soon show its great nourish- f
ing power. If the mother s
milk doos not noumh tne j
baby, she needs the emu!-1
sion. It will show an effect j
at once both upon ttkr
and child. ?
5. tnd .., all drvsr.
SCSTT A UOWKU, ChtraUti, Nw Yk.
iM i i i ! iHp""1
Tub chief $1 per year.
U A. Simmon of Hluo Hill was hero
Canvas legglns at cost. Fooei, &
O C. Teol was in Guido Rock tho
first of tho wook.
I O.-tonr Pittmnr nf ('.wlni . In tt...
city this wook.
A. C. Homier was in Hurchard the
first of tho week.
Geo. Morhart and wifo visited In
Guldo Rock Tuesday.
Tho lino of heating stoves at Wright's
is superb. Sco them.
W.J. Perry is homo from a several
weeks visit in Illinois.
Don't fail to got our prices bofero
buying. FotiEi. & Hutchison.
Wanted: Men to chop wood on
shares. Inquire of W. 11. Van Patton.
I havo a few first class sowing ma
chines to trado for stock. F. V. Tay
lor. R. 11. Gastcn, formerly of tho Neb
raska Morcantilo Co., was hero this
Tho latest is, "if ono Cudahy is worth
125,000 wkat will a balo of hay be
Lost. Pair of lady's silk mits, near
Baptist church. Findor plcaso leavo
at this ofllco.
Attorney R. T. Potter was looking
afto. legal matters at Guido Rock and
Oxford this wcok.
Frank Buschow one of Blue Hill's
citizen's was hero this week and wo
acknowledge a plcasantcall.
Henry Nowhouso was looking after
the optical business of tho thin of Now
houso Bros, in Guido Rock Monday.
Will Zeluff has moved his barber
shop from his f owner location to tho
building north of Wiles' restaurant.
Frank Tenuant and wifo returned
Tuesday night from a several weeks
visit in Missouri with relatives and
ThoMissoi Lillian and Pearl Smith
havo returned from a several weeks
visit with relatives and irionds at Mc
Cook. Roy Young, formorly day operator
at tho depot departed this wcok for
Hilldale, Colorado, a station on the
now extension of tho B. & M.
We havo put all our 75c, 85c, 81.00,
1.25 men's laundried shirts on our
tables at 50c and 75c. Big bargains for
shirt wearers. Cowdkn Kalet Co.
Arc you going to buy a sowing ma
chine? If so I havo tho best machine
for tho money over offered. Do not
fail to sco it beforo buying. F. V.
J. P. Stroup of Waterbury, Connec
ticut, brother of Harry Stroup of this
city, stopped off hero and made a visit
whilo on his way to take a position at
Salt Lako City.
Mrs. James Griminger who was
called her some time ago on account
of the illness of her sister Uiis Myrtle
Molatosk retnrned to her heme at Wjr
or Monday light.
Di. Damerall is fixing up the room
in the Moon block lately occupied by
Ed McFarland, for the ooenpaacy of
the new firm who will cone hero from
Prof. H. L. Sams of tho city schools
after attending tho Stato Teachers'
association at Lincoln and visiting in
tho eastern part of tho stato returned
homo Saturday ovoning.
Rockers and iron beds at gieatly re
duced prl-wn for tho next thirty days
to make. Mrom for holiday goods at
WUfe's furnituro store. We moan
business. Come and see.
F. S. Henderson this week removed
with his household goods and family
to his farm near Womer, Kansas. Wo
are sorry to lose Frank and his eati
table faaiily frost oar aaidit.
When yen have urgent business with
someone in another town or city, re
member you can reach yonr party the
quickest and best by the long distance
telephone. Rates made kaown on ap
plication to "central."
Wanted Men to learn tho barber's
trade; only two month's required; can
o.irn "I'holarsliip, board, tools and
transportation to our colleges at Chi
cngo or Minneapolis. Apply bv mail
Moler Raibur College Reprebui.tative,
1G'J3 Farnani Street, Omaha, Neb
James Petersen was in Omaha this
week attending a nioetiag of the Neb
raska and Iowa Implement Dealers
association. While there ho will look
alter the uow wrinkles in the way of
machinery, etc., and pick ap dosae bur
gains to offer hia Wesster county pat
rons. Ed Senrer on lust Moaday morning
puivtiited n laUirrst i the-meat wei
ket ol A K. Reynolds nnri th iirm will
hereafter be kaown as Reynold A
Snciar. Kit, is well known in the etj
where ha has many friends. W ht
speak for the new Irm saeeees and
Evervhndys put in if up Ipe
J. M. Oin.lliii .ni in Guide Rock
W. J. Whitton of llluo Hill was here
The Chief and Chicago inter Oceau
lie year for $1.25,
Wm. Postolwait of Guld Rock was
hero this wcok.
See tho tine display of heating stoves
at W. W. Wright's.
05 cents gets a CO cent whip nt Foge)
Dr. . E. MeKeoby of Superior was
hoi o Sunday night.
Caldwell's $0.00 coal makes your
stove hot and cook happy.
Wo nro closing out our legglns at
cost. Fooei. & Hutchison.
Daniel Garbcr returned Wcdnesdny
morning from a trip to Colorado.
Walter Roby soils tho Singor sowing
machine. Prices right. Got tho best.
J. O. Caldwell was out on tho Obor
lin branch this wook purchasing poul
try. Pay your subscription and got a cal
culating pencil. Thoy aro a llttlo won
der. Carl Kuohn roturncd Thursday front
a visit with relatives and friends 1l
Jos. Gather Is homo again after at
tending tho opening days of tho leg
islature at Lincoln.
Mrs. Maggio A. Freaso of Beaver
City is visiting in tho city, the guest of
L. 11. Rust and wifo.
Charlos SchafTnil of Omaha i hero
writing lifo insurance and visiting
with his son Oliver and other friends
Mrs. Charley B.,11 returned Wolnes
day morning from a several weeks vis
it with relatives and friends in tho
C. J. Popo attended tho meeting of
tho NohrasKa and Iowa Implement
Dealers' association at Omaha this
A number of persons from this place
attended the dedication services at the
new Christian church at Inavale Sun
day. This edifice was built by William
Irons of that placo in memory of his
son William Lutton Irons who died in
tho 10th year of his ago. Tho cere
mony which wns conduoted by Rov. L.
A. Hussong, formerly of this city, was
Tho oity schools will open up Mon
day as'tho smallpox scaro is about over
and there is very littlo chance of any
M. W. Dickerson returned Saturday
night from Lincoln after seeing tho
legislature get organized and in work
Tho Knights of Pythias lodge have
moved their lodge paraphernalia from
their former lodge rooms en South
Webster street to the Masonic hall.
Wi Want at Oxen. A reliable man
to look after our interests in Webster
and tho adjacent counties. Salary or
commission. Special inducements to
offer to tho right party. Lincoln Oil
Co , Cleveland, Ohio,
By tho Beatrice) coriosponrfcnco hi
Sunday Stato Journal it is ascertained
Hint I' A. Bcachy formerly a popular
bank cleik in ibis city for many years,
uow of Chicago, will soon bo married
to a joiing lady of that city. Whiiu
P.ito is a little lato in starting Thk
Ciukf wishes to congratulate him.
Tho delegates to tho County Camp,
Modem Woodmen, met in convention
at Red Cloud on Thursday afternoon
and after organizing by electing C. F.
Buschow of Bine Hill chairman and U.
G. Knight of Inaviilo, secretary, pro
cperird to elect delegatus u the state
convention to ho held In Kearney in
February. L. Fl. Forlof Red Cloud and
I C. Buschow of Blue Hill n-ero elect
ed ns delegates, and F. V. Taylor of
Red Cloud J. S. Largoat of Guide Rock
at atteraative. It was decided to oJj
the em eonsly teat eaioa .hi tvfNfc
f Notary Public. )
O. C. TEE L,
i RED CLOUD, NEB.
T. O. Hacker made a trip to Nomahn
City and Lincoln this week.
Lloyd Crablll i lying very ill nt his
homo in tho west part of town.
Miss Frankio Albaugh whoahas been
visiting with 1). J. Myers nnd family
has returned to her homo in Oklahoma.
Thus. Lacey and wifo formerly resid
ing near Bowles woro visiting friends
hero this week. They havo been living
in Illinois and aro on their way to
Owlng.to circumstances over which
wo havo no control wo will issue two
papers this week. When one gets be
hind in this business it is almost im
possible to catch up.
The ofllco of Judge. Edson has boon
moved to tho room in tho Moon block
recently occupied by J. S. Whlto and
tho ofllco vncated is occupied by Over
man & Blacklcdgo.
Bort Cady of McCook was arrested
nnd brought hero today to answer to
tho charge of statutory rapo preferred
by Miss Florence Galbreth. The caso
was sot for hearing on Monday at 2
List of lottors remaining uncalled for
at tho postoffico nt Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho weok otidlng'Jan. 10th,
Harry Allen Jas. T. Conaghan 3
These lette-rs will bo sent to the dead
letter ofllco January 21th if tiot call
ed for before. When calling for nbovo
please say "advertised." T. C. Hack
Tho llttlo infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. Clyde OlmMead, living In the llrst
ward, died on Monday morning. Tho
services were hold on Tuesday and
tho littlo ono was laid to rest in a bur
ial grounds near Conies. Tho bo
reaved ones have tlm sympathj of
friends in this their sad hour of olllic
tbn. Wo aro pleased to nimounco this
wcok tho marriage of Mr. Emory Buan
and Miss Allelic E. Wilson, which hap
py event took place at tho homo of thu
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Wilson on WcducMlay afternoon at
4 o'clock, Rev. Blackwell of Ayr ofllci
ating. Tub Ciukf extends congratu
lations. Tho following from a Kansas paper is
good cvon if it may not ho ontiroly
truthful: "A story told of Miss Ruth
Bryan, daughter of tho crstwhilo groat
William Jennings Bryan. Sho started
to school ono morning not long ngo,
and after a desperate run for a street
car, finally succeeded in catching It.
Ah sho took her soat sho gasped, 'well
I'm glad ono of tho family can run for
something and get it.'"
On Thuisday afternoon Tommy
Quiun was arrested on a charge of in
sanity and was takon up to jail. Ho
wns aftorwards adjudged insnno and
tnken to Lincoln on Fridny morning.
If old Tom Quinn was insane nono of
our citizens nro exempt from being ta
ken to the insane hospital. This was
merely a cush of railroading a poor old
decrepit county charge to tho insane
hospital when be should havo been
taken to the poor house.
The following tnken from tho Blue
Hill Loader show tho appreciation
felt by the newspaper in speaking of
an old standby who is si was kopt cred
ited up on the roll of honor: "Dr.
Wcgman who settled in Hluo Hill when
the number of houses could bo counted
on the fingers of one hand nnd who
has been an ardent supporter of tho
Lender renewed his allegiance to his
homo comforter Tuesday. Dr. Wog
man is ono of Webster county's best
physicians. Wo aro glad to know Duo
can bo depended upon as ono of our
The blood may be in bad condition,
ret with no external signs, no skin
jruption or sores to indicate It. The
lytnptoms in such casea being a variable
tppetlte, poor digestion, an iadoscribahle
weakaeae and nervonsneee, loea of look
and a gosoral mn-dew condition of eke
lysjpaa eleerly ehowing the blood has
loot its nutritive qualities, has become thin
and watery. It ia in jnot suck eeeee that
5. S. 8.,haa done some of its qaickost and
most effective work by building up the
blood and supplying the elements laekiug
to make it strong and vigorous.
"My wife used sev
eral bottles of S. S. S.
as a blood purifier and
to tone up a weak and
emuciAted system, with
very niatked effect by
way of improvement.
"We retard it a
jfret tonic and blood1
is the greatest of all '
toaios, ana yon will
ind the appetite iaa
pro va at once, ttroayUi
retwnas, and nervonsabM vanshu oe new
risk pare Meed eaeo more oarcwlatoo
mwingk all porta of tVt yaosen.
. S. t. is the only pouwly voajotaUe
blood pnrlfiw known. It eoatolas no min
;rals whatovor. Aond for ear free hook
7m hlaod and fti 4Jsot and write or
tkjreleiatM far any Infofw&atie or advioe
ffaasted. No ofcaoa-o far aaotliojid advioe.
. jraafKfipfJiMrok f"!"jiff' '
We aro going to start the new year and the new
century right. During January we will offer
unheard of bargains in
Men's, Boy's and
We will only ask a small margin of profit, just
enough to keep things going during the
month. Don't 'miss this sale. It
is the opportunity of the
THE STORE THAT
You can toll by getting oar piicct. on
Washing- Machines, Rifles,
In fact everything in tho hardware line. Wo also do nil kinds of
liu work ond plumbing nnd guarantee our woik llrst
class for nny particular.
Morhart Bros. Hardware Co.
It ebasses toe ttwar and bowels, strengthens the kidneys ami
aids digesHonjt ahos iLe system b reguUtod and tse
bdy fortiUed to rrsbt dbease.
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