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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1901)
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MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
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stock of t
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i ' ' . Yc arc making
i.t: 1-Lowosl Possible Prices i
1 on these in order to I
s move quickly.
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I $1.00 to $35.00. I
M ' . j ''n'B '9 ln0 l'nosl anu" complctcst fr
tap - line ever in the city. t-
Jieuihoose Bros., f
I Ued Ootid, Neb.
, ' 1 Jewelers and Opticians.
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Stove repairs at W. W. Wright's.
jVor farm loans call on C. V. Kaloy.
p Special price on buggy whips. Fo
tEL & Hutchison.
Dr. Waldon of Itiverton was hero
the first of tin week.
A pleasant social dance was given
ai the Must hall on Tuesday evening.
RoyTait was locking after business
matters in Kansas City thclirstof the
Sid Longtin has rutin nud fiom Hast
ings where he has been attending busi
Mrs. Mark l'.itkes of McCook ar
rived in the city Monday on a visit to
Win. l'arkes and family.
Mrs. Samuel Temple returned Tues
day from a soveral weeks visit with
fiicnds and relatives at Atlantic, Iowa.
Tbeio will bo regular service held at
the Christian chinch each Lords day
at the usual hours. II. S. Soi'tiKit,
K. II. Foe left Sunday night for Mc
Cook whore his son Fred is seriously
ill with inflammatory rheumatism.
L. H. Rust says if you want nursery
stock, let him know what you want
soon. Fruit, shade and ornamental
trees, small fruits, shrubs and roses.
Miss Cora Uarbcr, who has a posi
tion at the state house at Lincoln vis
ited at the homo of her parents here
the last of the wook returning to her
Mrs. Harriot L. Urown received the
sad news of the death of her aunt Par
nulla Sholoy, which occurred in Now
York state recently. Sho had reached
f ho ripo old ago of 93 years, 4 months
and 4 days old.
Noticb Lost, nearly now niokol
frame eye glasses, in case, about Feb
ruary 1st. Thought to havo boon left
on somo counter, may havo boon drop
pod. If the finder will please leave
them at this ollico ho will receive a lib
At this season the housekeeper must look
specially after the baking powder.
As she cannot make good cake with bad eggs,
no more can she make rake that is light, delicious
and dainty with inferior baking powder.
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for the
preparation of the finest food. It imparts that
.peculiar lightness, sweetness and flavor noticed in
the finest cr.ke, biscuit, doughnuts, crusts, etc.,
which expert bakers say is unobtainable by the
use of any other leavening agent.
The "Kojnt Hater nnl ravlty
Cook" containing rrnr P' moM
practical ami aluihlc rooUrip; it
ccli't frctoe-t union vfM
postal oiil Willi) our full aUunk..
Tint CitiKKfl per year.
Dr. Spencer of Iuavalc was here on
, 'Canvas legglns at cost. Fooki. A:
A few of those dandy 'Joe whips to go
nt lOo at Hutler's.
The line of heating stoves at Wright's
is superb. See them.
l)on't fail to got our prices befero
buying Fooki. & HinuiusoN.
Mrs K. H. Smith returned Sunday
from a visit with friends at Itiverton.
F M Hopkins of Riverlou was here
in Mnniln v lnnbliiff .if tin. ImetiifioQ mnl. I
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teM. Miss Nellie West who is teaohir?
school at Falls City is hero to visit with
Wbb Jossolyn and other It. A: M
railroad employes weic here in a spec
ial car Thursday.
Foity thousand feet of oak lumber
for sale cheap. Enquire of K. H. Goblo
at Red Cloud Mill site.
Littlo Juliet Galusha gave a very
pleasant party to a numbor of hor
young lady frionds last Tuesday. A
very pleasant time is reported.
r Wo havo put all our 75c, 85c, $1.00,
$1.25 nion's laundricd shirts on our
tables at GOc and 75c Big bargains for
shirt wearers. Cowdkn Kaley Co.
For a hand made harness to givo
woar, mado of tho best oak tanned
leather that will not rip or t oar. and
warranted to be mado with tho boat of
care,. go to J. O. llutlor.
Lew Clapp, who has for somo tine
been tho popular conductor, driver
and goneral manager of tho strict car
lino, has accepted a position in tho
grocery department of Minor Bros.
Frank Clauson of the south ward has
got tired of paying rent and has pur
chased tho property south of D. L.
Groat's residence and known as the
Kubicek property. He will makosomo
Somebody has beon spreading an
epidemic of a desire among our citi
zens to depart for tho country which
will soon bo opoued up in tho Indian
Territory. This is a very contagious
diseaso and somo who are at present
doing well hero had bettor not got
mixed up with it.
Hugh Miner returned Wednesday
from Chicago whero ho purchased a
large invoice of new and seasonable
giods for the Arm of Minor Brothers.
These new goods aro now arriving and
aro being placed on their sholves. It
will pay prudent buyers to always
study their advertisements found in
Tho Christian church peoplo this
week received their no v boll and have
placed it in the tower of their church.
Tho boll is a littlo "off color" as far as
sound goos, and can bo readily distin
guished from tho other bolls in tho city.
Wo are glad to notico tho improvement
and would bo pleased to noto an im
prsvement of liko character at tho
Methodist church. '
Kd Pulsipher met with a very painful
thouffh not Kovoro accident on Thurs
day morning. While at work sweeping
tho frost from tho roof of i'latt's new
lumbor sheds preparatory to shingling
ho lost bis footing and foil to tho
ground, a distanco of somo twelve or
fourteen foot. Ho was quito sovoroly
bruised in tho ankles and left hip, but
fortunately no bones wore broken. At
presont ho is getting along nicely and
in a shoittimo will bo about again.
Tlutc are clitan baltlnc lowders,
inaili linm alum, tin" lliej are ex.
ccoIiiik1 Inriulu wiliraltli. llieir
lutrltiRem ami lauterUlns uualltlir
mid ,i tlariRrrouf clement to lootl.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
' 85 cents gets a 50 cent whip at Fogel
See tho Hue display of heating stoves
at W. W. Wright's.
Tho Ciukk and Chicago Inter Ocean
no j ear for $1.25.
Mis. Mark Paiks of McCook visited
relatives iu tho city this week.
Walter Roby sells tho Singer sowing
machine. Piiccs rigtit. Get the best.
Roy Zint of McCook was iu tho city
this week the guest of Miss Blanch
Deputy U S. Revenue Collector R.
(J. Sto wait was in tne city on business
R T Potter and Bernard MeNony
left Thuisday night forn business and
pleasuio trip at Denver.
M. R. Bentley and wife accompanied
by Miss Mabel Put man left Sunday
morning for Hot Springs, Arkansas,
whore thoy will spend soveral months.
I wish to announce to tho public
that I am prepared to cry sales. Those
needing my services will find it to their
advantage to' see tuo.-Ci.orKn Cum
Albert Uhlonsporgor of Milwaukee
Wisconsin, is hero visiting with tho
Rassor brothers and other frionds. Ho
is a painter by trade and has decided
to locate here.
When you havo urgent business with
someone in another town or city, re
member you can roach your party tho
quickest and best by tho long distanco
telephone. Rates mado known on ap
plication to "central."
Tho household effects of Mr. Richard
Whittaker who somo timo ago purchas
ed tho old Saml. Garbor place north of
town arrived and he is now comfort
ably located. Mr. Whittaker hails
from Fulton county, Illinois and wo aro
glad to welcome him to our commun
ity. Jno. Rtinchoy, tho popular proprie
tor of tho Holland House, this week
installed one of the best and hand
a miest legisters made, for that popu
lar hostelry. .John is stiictly up to
dato and wo aro glad to seo him mak
ing a success of his business. It is
what this town needs.
I Notary Public. 5
O. C. TEEli
RED CLOUD, NEB. S
If you aro going to givo a banquet
and want somo swell menu cards, if
you aro goine to got married aud'wnnt
tip-to dato wedding cards, if you ait
going to have an oponing in thy spring
and wish to please iu this line, if jon
want typowiiter paper or stationery of
any kind, either printed or plain como
antl seo us. Wo havo a lino lino.
Tho announcement of tho now firm,
Baylor & IMack, appears olsewhoro in
this issuo Tho now storo will car
ry a full racket storo stock and will bo
known as Tho Fair. The dato set for
tho oponing is Saturday, Fobruary 0,
by which timo all tho stock will havo
arrived and bo arranged. Wo tako
ploasuro in announcing tho now firm
and sincorelyjhopo thop will bo success
ful in thoir business vonturo in this
A oolored troupe mado a ono night
stand at tho opera hnuso this week.
Just what was their lino of talent or
whether they had any talont wo did not
learn. Tho house was not jammed to
tho doors and most of thoso present
wero chary of admitting it. This is an
other indication that our city needs an
opera houso where troupes of merit
only will bo permitted to appear on
the boards instead of strollers who
bill and appear all on tho same day.
Burlington Route 925.00 to Califor
nia February 12, 19, 20, March C, 12,
10, 20, April 2, 0, 10, 23, 80. Lowest
rate in years. Applies to San Francis-
t.r I .no A nrtiilna Kunrulnflntn U.itt .tion
ami prelty nearly every other impor
tant point in CHlifurnia. Tht'iuch
totuist sluupers on i.ll of the above
dates get ahoaid at any fetation iu
Nebraska at which train slop?; get oh"
at Los Angolos, Seo nearest Burling
ton ticket agent, or write J. Francis,
General I'assonger Agont, Omaha, Neb.
Kd Kellogg left this week for Seattle,
(teo. Hutchison of Cowles was doing
business heie Friday.
Miss Meta Cloiigh a siMor of Mrs
J. A. Haiiiu is visiting In the city.
Clyde Olnistead accompanied the in
mains of his brother .J mi to H-tslingn
(Jeo. Challln and Miss Sadie Zule
both of Webster county weio mini it'll
by Judge Kdson on Febitiary 23th.
Mauiago licenxo was gi anted on
Febiuaiy S.'ith by Judge Kilson toT J.
UverMieet and Mrs. Mary l'lilllpii.
Omar Butler was lendeted a veiy
pleasant surpiisu by his joung friends
last evening. A very pleasant time is
Mis Annie Conies and Kdwartl L.
Tom bet both of Webster county witie
mat tied by I. B. Colvln of (initio Rouk
on Washington's blitliday.
Someone told us a while back that
Bert (irlce would not build on his resi
dence lots for a year or so, but we b
licve we wero "joshed". Tho material
on his lots now indicato that n new
rcsidonco is going up soon.
If you seo anything in this papar that
pleases you if you think it has tho
right ring havo your namo put on our
list as a subscriber. If it displeases
you givo us yout namo anyhow it may
plcaso fiomeono olso this timo and you
Talk about scared people, S. F.
Spokesiicld was about tho worst of
any of them the other day. In his de
livery around tho town ho lost a roll
of bills amounting to nbout S1G5.00.
However ho eventually found it again
but at tho next mooting of the city
council ho should bo asked to explain
whero ho got so much boodle?
List of letters lemaiuing uncalled for
at tho postoflico at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for the week ending-Fob 28th,
Sallin Dorian, W. Ktherton,
W C.Howard, W. R McAlister,
Kmnia l'ciry, M. K. Roskwers,
These lettt rs will be sent to tho (load
letter ollice March 14th if not call
ed for heforo. Whoti calling for abovo
pleaHo say "advertised." T. O. Hack
On Wednesday morning F. V.Taylor
clerk of Rod Cloud Camp No. 208, Mod
orn Woodmon, received $2,000, for
Mrs. Berg, in full payment of the poli
cy held by him. Mr. Berg died on
Tuesday, January 20, and tho return
to tiro beneticiary of his polciy was
mado on February 27, less than ono
month from death. This certainly
speaks well for this beneficiary organi
zation. Tho new lumber sheds of Tho Piatt
& Frees Co. aro rapidly assuming
symmetrical proportion and when com
pleted tho yards will bo ono of tho fin
est in tho west. Wo are pleased to
noto that tho increaso in tho lumber
business will warrant such improve
ments, and wo predict that with three
more years of good crops Mr. Piatt
will havo to increaso his yatds to covor
a block aud ovory farm in tho county
will bo improved with a liandsomo
residenco and barn.
On Thursday morning whilo freight
train No. H was at Republican, Brake
man Judd Olmstoad mot with injuries
which a fow hours later caused his
death. Tho fatal accident was caused
by tho young man going in between
the cars to cut tho air hose and on
stopping back his left heel was caught
in a frog and the car whoel crushed
the entire length of tho leg and passed
act ots thu body. A special Main mado
up of thu engine nnd eabooso of tho
tiuin in charge of Conductor Leliew
was immediately brought into requisi
tion and tho injured man, iu cbaigo of
phyecians was suoii being whirled to
Hastings in an effort to reach his wife
in that city beforo ho died. Tho train
was boarded hero by his brother Clydo
Olmstoad who went to Hastings with
tho unfortunato man. Tho hopo that
bo would reach Hastings btforo ho
died was not realized as ho passed
away betweon Blue Hill and Ayr. Ho
leaves a wifo and infant.
This week we aro pleased to
acknowledge tho receipt of somo very
lino wedding cako, handed in by tho
brother of Harry Harris, If Harry's
wife is as sweet as tho cako wo don't
blamo him a darn bit, but as yet we
havo been uuablo to figuro out just
exactly tho meaning of all of it. Ono
pieco contained four layers, one was
brown nnd white and one was all white.
Now we can figure out tho four layers
all right or at least wo suppose that to
bo tho number of the family iu future
and ono layer for each. Tho brown
and the white aro easy 'too when wo
stop to figuro it out. It represents
life's matrimonial seas and tho tioublesj
to be incurred, mid we me pleased to
nolo that tlio white predominates to a(
huge digiei, hi'iii'H we conclude that
I wlnio thi'ir life Ul'O be cvi iitful at
tlnii'H in the mam it will bo peaceful
AIKI IIHt Willie l I'liliuiuu", mi nun u
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plo'u-aut and nappy om age. in. inks
lii other Hat i is you have our best wish
es for a long and happy voyage over
life's matiimouial seas.
g At almost your own price.
Men's, Boys' and
at 33r Discount.
3 Also some great
A positive sacrifice in order to make room the bitr S
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nu.N muw uii uiuiu.m. rv great saie. ion s;
will miss it if yon miss it. fc
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
Will be the opening day
The new store in the
We have a regular
2 and have so
ent kinks of gcods it
will be useless to
m try to
l COME IN
name of this store
The bal- j
Duck Coats 1
bargains in heavy fe
1 to get them.
Our garden seeds
and are the
seed we ever had.
7 pounds of nails
at the right
'ROYAL BAKINO POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM 8T., NEW YORK.
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