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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1901)
Red Cloud, Nebr.
The Time Has Come!
We are going to make the GREATEST
SACRIFICE of the Season. All Ladies', Misses,
and Youth's Jackets will be sold at
25C on the Dollar.
You may wonder how we can do this. It is
our intention to get rid of them, and those who
are in need of good garments at a premium, will
find us ready to accommodate them.
A few words and figures for the little tots.
Ask your mamma or papa for $1.38 this will buy
you'the Best Garment in our stock.
Children's Jackets, Regular W 50 now II 88
" " 5 00 now .: 1 25
fc " " ' 4 00 now 1.00
" " 2 00 now .50
Sizes 6 to 8, consisting of Black Cat, Bur
lington fast black, etc. These hose retail
regulerly at 25c per pair, our closing out
price ioc per pair.
30pieces, 10, 12J, 15, 20, to 75c the yard, to
close out at half price. ,
ITS A MESSAGE.
Your advertisement is a message from
you i" to the people who want what you
have to sell. The effectiveness of. the
message depends on the way it is worded.
If properly worded it will reach the people.
' interested, the rest depends on you.
is to prepare
Publishers' Advertising Agency,
David City, Nebraska.
T&E CHIEF, $1.00 PER YEAR.
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Lilies' Regular $12.50 Jackets, now $3.13
" " 10 00 " " 2.50
it n qqq it 225
' ' 8 00 " " 2 00
it ii o oo " 1 50
' " 4 00 " " 100
Misses Regular $600 Jackets, now $150
" " 4 00 " " 1 00
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. FEBRUARY 22, 1901,
I have jours of rt cent dto.
I Iiiitc noted what you state,
Yes, John Oooso I' selling heer,
Jiistnboutn block from hero,
And he' feeling might' queer,
I.oulc HrhnmAnn's still on deck,
Si'llltiK hy the lnt or iack.
lint ho'sKCiired to ikittli, my pet;
And, ulii'ii jon nrrlvc, yon bet
llr'll surrender, never frit,
They're expecting you to corno,
Yiiuiuiil I will spill tin Ir rum,
llrliiK our lintrlu t unit jourgtui;
Come to fight ntul not lo run.
And we'll have no end of fun,
Write ngatn before wo net,
Let me know the ditto exnet,
I.Ike n wolf upon Its prey.
Mice a farmer making liny,
We wll mow them down to stay,
Thuro is no small pox in Bluo Hill.
Miss Marion Sweczy ia in St. Joseph,
Missouri, purchasing her spring stock
of millinery goods.
W. A. Garrison and wife nttonded
tlio ceremonies nttending the opening
of tho K. P. bull nt Hustings, lust
Herbert Smith and family of Lin
coin have been spending a fow days in
town as guests of K. A. Simpson and
John Croner, who formerly lived
near Bladen, has purchased a farm
east of town. Mr. Croner removed
to Oregon last spiing. Ho now Bays
ho is fully content to lesido in'JWeb
Tho Ancient Order of Bald Hoadcd
Prevaricators mot at tho usual timo
and place, but owing to last week's
oxposuro in this column, they are as
close mouthed as clams. This strin
gency will probably relax and wo will
then 'apply tho lturup and give the
readers of tho Chirf the benefit.
Meantime we are informed by Dr.
fulkerson that Brother Johnson, who
recently lost an ear is doing well and
that a new ear is growing out and de
joait slowbot's TAtKifnaa.
Sweet Sally Ann, with balr like twine,
O. Jet me be your Valentine;
We lored ton, gal, back f rem the time
I passed your dad's, haulln' lime
With them old skate 1 uie4 to drlre
When yaur aunt Hannr was alive.
I seed yon settln' near the door,
Makln' rag carps t for toe floor,
Tour sleeres rolled up near shoulder high,
Makln' things hump as I went by;
"Qte whlx" scI, "See that gal work.
Sho'd make a wlfo that wouldn't shlf k."
I'vo seed you since, amllkln' cows,
Talked with Hank rolls and Hank allows
Thare hain't mi gal In twenty miles
K ii do more work and r mile more smiles;
And what Hank Potts don't knew 'bout gals
Hain't been found out. And so l'si Sal's.
There's somethln', Sal, that speaks Insider
It sex that you mutt be my bi Ido:
I'm sartlu niro It's what's called leve,
Jest It-t right down from heneu nbovo.
oemsllkemy heart would Jurapstralght through
My utirneil old skin and fly to you.
I hain't got much of this world's stuff;
My larnln's bad ; my clothes look tough j
llut somthew, hal, It seems I must
J tut gltyeti or my heart will bust;
Bo, Sally Aim, ltli hair like twine,
Please let me be your Valentine.
' GUIDE ROCK.
Last Friday Osborne Ayor was cutting
down a tree over on his farm and itfell
on him. He Is in a critical condition,
his daughter Mrs. Houl has beonsont
Walter Watt and Sarah Titus wero
minded Inst week.
J, U. Skrnn from west Mt. Clare was
posting bills in town today advertising
his public sale, March (irst.
Mrs. Janu Taylor was over from
Lobitin this week.
Hon West amIJMiss Bonton wero
married last week.
P.trties from Lawronco Nebraska
wore hero the ilrst of tho week trying
to negotiate for the Unldo Hock House.
Thero will.be a musical and vocal
entettainment ntlho Kekley church on
tho evening of February, 28, proceeds
for the church. Admission 10 16 cents.
Cull at I. IS. Colviu's barn nntl sou
that donkey. He Is all right ami a
J. II. Crary nntl Joseph Hunter will
both build lino new houses us booh us
the weal Iter is lit.
Revival meetings tit o in piogress at
the Ciiiistiun chinch.
Tho Woikman Lodge- hud a supper
ul Hiiover Hall last night,
Leave your news items at ColviuV
ollleo in the Hunter btiittU nr.
l'lie weutlief man hits cut, us on" nn
other chunk of winter.
Tho work' on tho sky scrapers is
somewhat delayed on account of not
getting stono but the carpenters aro at
woik on tho fiatno.
Wilber Rippotoe visited his fathor
Hov. Ilipuotoo hero this week.
Wo wonder if Van will change his
Henry Sutton and Arison wore shown
en Into tho mysteries of the A. O. U. W.
The B. & M. bridge gang made head
quaitersin this city a few days last
Hichard Ureonhalgh is expected
homo from Now Zealuud in a fow day9.
Tho little 0.4 surpriso club held a
meeting at Mrs. G G. Hoits last Tues
day night Those present report a pleas
l'hero is somo talk of a bank being
opened up hero. Wo hopo it is not only
talk forCowles needs a bank, and it
would be well patronized,
Thero will bo a series of meotings
hold in tho Congregational ehurch this
weok to furthur the advance of the
Sunday1schoo)-work atthisplaco. We
also understand tho Christian church
will hold a series ot evival meetings
Bill your' goods out if you want them
to go by tho Burlingtoa Route. ' v
If the Bluo Hill Deputy for tho Bald
Headed Prevaricators would only come
down hero there would bo no trouble
for him to organize a subordinate lodge
here. There is plenty of good timber
here and thoy would have no trouble
to qualify them, only perhaps a fow
would havo to abow their beads.
Wilson says my trolloy is twisted for
it wasn't engine No. 212 that he was
betting on at all.
Pete Hill held a publio auction this
week of all of his bolongings and will
soon loavo this part of tho country. He
has not decided whore ho will locate
yet, but will leave his family in Blue
Hill for a whllo till hn looks up a locat
ion that will suit him.
Earley says his brothor can not
como for tho children are sick and
Piorce has got tho heart failure. So it
is pretty hard to tell how that contest
can come off according to contract be
tweon Brown and Jack.
Mr. Walter Wells, nephew of our
hotel man Mr, Brown who has boon
visiting hero fiom New York has gnno
to Campbell to visit relatives for a few
Mr. Geo. Harris of Campbell was
doing business hero this weok.
8. B. 'Watson arrived homo from
Grand Island this week. Ho has been
visiting a brother.
Tho Ladies Aid sooioty of tho Christ
ian church mot again this week after
missing several meetings on account of
Weather somo llttlo warmor for the
last fow days. Snow all gono aud
roads very muddy.
Miss Melva H. Van Dyko from Frank
lin is homo on a visit this woek.
Horn to Mr. and Mr. Frauk"Van
Dyko a girl on Februaty 17th.
Tho school board of Dist. No. 8 has
treated tho school house to a new
Bhinglo roof this week. Tho little old
school house lias cost the district a
little over four thousand dollars.
K. W, Anderson will run tho cream
route from State creek to Red Cloud
this summer. Some talk of Allen Car
penter i unning a creamery route to
Inuvulo. Opposition is tho life of
Tim literary nt Dlst. 09, is increasing
in interest as the Monlfonl boys urn
the ptincipnl speakers.
Tho Peter Marsdon ranch hits chan
ged hands this week.
John Mnrsiton reports being aiouml
ngiin ami doing a good business ul
Hob trt, Coloitulo, (or the railronl com
p.tny. The enterprising stock men, thu
Divis Brothers, are busy buying stceis
to feed this full.
Rev. A. A. Miller of Itlooiuington
will pleach in Lino some time in the
Mrs. Muckoy is no bettor at this
writing. Shu is not expected to live.
Rev. 11. 11. llaskins ami Sherman
Fordyco will start toward tho sotting
sun in tho near future.
Mr. Kenyon has moved to Rod Cloud.
Dean Smith was at homo last Sun
Tho roads aro in bad condition yot
on account of tho drifts of snow in
Ratio Wagoner was visiting her sister
Mrs. Mohlor last Monday.
Charles Mtingcr was quite soriously
ill last Monday.
George Wolfo is convalescing slowly.
Wo understand that Will Fisher is
moving out onto Mr. Konyon's farm
which ho has rented for n term of
. now fad a good-bye social. Tho
young friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Fishor, providod with somo nlco things
to cheer tho innor man, congregated at
their homo last ovening to send them
tolhoir new location rejoicing in tho
friendship of which thoy will not be
deprived in their new home. .
N. L. D. Smith is circulating a peti
tion to get subscribers for a rural free
delivery mail route.' We 'Wish him
Georgo Houohin is slowly recovering
from a long serious illness.
More snow coming.
The grip is oa the rampage again.
A young son is reported at the home
of Jas. Bromvells.
Wm. Croziors little son Carl is on the
Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Donny have re
cently returned from a months visit over
Mrs. J. K. Haught and Mrs. J. W.
Smith aro roported as having tho grip
Miss MattioCrdxton who livod in this
vicinity a numbor of yours ago isather
sisters Mrs. D, M. Hunters.
Mrs. John Buster who has boon ill
soveral times lately was taken qulto
bad again Sunday night but is reported
Borne bettor nt presont. writing.
Mrs. A, R. Carswell has a brother
visiting hor from Mlchigian. Ho is a
brother to F. C. Johnson, Their uged
mother who lives with Mrs. Cat swell
also enjoys tho visit.
'Tho local talent of Kokloy expect to
givo an entertainment ut the church on
tho ovening of February 28, 1001. A fee
of ton and tlftoen cents will bo chanted
at thu door for tho boneiltof tho church.'
It promises to bo a good entertalnmont,
Harry Bates and wife woro very
nuuh surprised on Wednesday of this
week when their relatives and frionds
to tho number of about forty came
driving in bringing well tilled baskets
of tho good thing of life an J took
pnsession of their homo. All did ample
to tho dinner especially Mr. Butler urn)
Mr. Doughmun who uto at every tabln
and thero wero four. All present on-
j'.juu iiii-iuaeivro miRi-iy. nil. iinuA, t(mt t0 cbAltOr of tho PoH DO
Mrs. nates expect to move to western
(valutas in mu near iuiuiu id result'.
I. !!. J... ... 1,
but will always count this a red letter
day. Eaves Dkoppku.
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Weather warm and tho snow is
J. M. Clark was up to bin farm on
Hultatii cteek one day lust week.
A numbor of our young folks wero tho
unllniHof Jon Smith and family ono
day lust week.
S.J. Campbell from North Branch
was visiting his uiiolii and cousins on
Ash Creek last weok.
Mr. W. Fisher will movn on Mr.
KonyonVs fat m in thu near future
Mr Joe Wooly ftom Sheridan county
Kansas was down to attend the funeral
of his sis'ter, Mrs. Young.
Mr. Monger is on tho sick list tills
Grandpa aiulGinndma Campbell nre
visiting in Ash Cteek this weok.
Clurouco Reed is soon over on our
Creek most uvory Sunday.
Burt Kniutis body was burled in
Wagoner gravoyard Monday.
(Came In too lato far last week.)
Woatbersomo warmor this week.
V. H. Scrivuor mado a business trip
to Red Cloud this woek.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Al Scrivnor a
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Wro. Macicey a
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Issao Wllmor
Oklahoma correspondent wanted to
know what bocamn of South West Web
ster. Sho has gono to Oklihoma to
mako that her futuro homo.
Labon Attbushon and Richard Kcaglo
mado a trip to Red Oloud Monday.
Some sioknoss.nlong tho stato line.
Mrs. Ruth Dubois, Grandpa Ferguson
L. and P. Boyco are on the sick list.
Tho literary organization at Pleasant
Dale was largely attended some time
'ago, but not so large last Friday, E
W. Andorson was elected president.
Mr. Adams sold his thirty acre traet
of land to a land agent in Red Cloud,
and will go to south eastern Kansas to
make that his futuro homo. His son,
William has gone to Oregon to work
on a ranch.
Chas. Isora reports no work in the
goldmines and will be back in the aear
Andrew Soderlind has leased! the
farm known as tho J. C. Wolf place.
The Union Sunday school at Dit. 8
has closed until tho first of April.
Hiram Boyco spent a fow days with
friends at Dutch Flat this week.
Mrs. iWildoy was the guest of Mrs
Labon Aubusuon this weok.
Louis Attbushon was tho guost of
John Morrill this woek. v
Mrs. F. D, Hntchlson wns oa tho sink
list this wook.
Littlo Hollo Mclntyro was not so bad
hurt as wns thought nt first. Sho is
out and around again.
Grandma Bnaohamp had tho mlsior- '
tune to fall and dislocato hor wrist last.,
Al Scrivncr was doing buslnoss In
lino ono day last week.
Resolutions of Respect.
Wiieueas, It has pleased the Su
premo Commander to remove from
our fraternal associations as a mem
ber of Jiuios A. Gariield Post, oar
comrade Wm. Dickson. Therefore be
Resolved, Thnt tho sympathies of
Gariield Post No. 80, Department of
Nebraska Grand Army of tho Republio
bo totidorcd tho bereaved wifo and
ohlltlieii and that a copy of those reso
lutions published in the pnpors of tho
cliy and spread on tho record of the
Po.t and a copy bo sent to the family-
iti-inied for thlrtvdava "'
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F, N. RtOIIAIlDSON,
J. 8. Whits,
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