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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1901)
1 Notice to Intend in 2: I
Beginning Saturday, March 30th, we make
the following prices on cameras.
Ray Camera, No. 7,5x7, long focus, Unicum shutter $17 CO 135 00
" No. 2. 4x5. R. It. Inns, " " 10 r.0 20 00
' No 1, 4x5, Cyco shutter GOO 10 00
' No. K, 4x5. with 12 metal Holders 5 CO 10 00
' No B. 31x41. with 12 mutiil holders. 4 00 8 00
Toco B, 5x7, It It. leni and Unicuin shutter 14 00 27 00
Tony 1'iomo, No 5, It. 11. Inns unci Victor shutter 15 00 25 00
Cyclone, Fo 5. 4x5 5 50 10 00
Eastman No, 3. Folding Pocket Kodak, SJxlJ . 14 00 17 50
" No. 1, Foldini! Pocket Kodak, 2ix3J 8 00 10 00
" No 4, Hull's Eye, 1x5 ... 00 12 00
" No. 2, " " 3x3 0 10 8 00
" No. 2, Flexo, 3Jx3 1 00 5 00
" Brownie cainoih,lx2J 80 100
We can hold the prices only so long as our present stock lists as
tho makers havo advanced their pi ices while toweling their catalogue
Come in and get a good camera nt the lowest possible price.
Store repairs nt W. W. Wright's.
For (arm loans call on C. W. Kaloy.
.f Lamps 25 cenU and ip at tho Fair.
Special price on buggy whips. Fo
tv A Hutchison.
, Wahtid. Good girl" at tho depot
restaurant. Hvjbrbt Nkukkbkro.
The evangelistic meetings at the
Christian church wore closed Tuesday
Jno. Polnlcky returned 8aturdy
from a baslness trip to Omalia and
T. J. Burkett who has been In Indi
ana, for several weeks past returned
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
The Misses Miles and Dillon
organized n new dancing class with a
For Sale Gorman millet seed. In
quire of F. E. Wildey, live and one half
miles south-west of Itod Uloud. 2i
N. Longtin this week moved into the
Dr. Moranvillo residence property, ic
cently vacated by J as. Burden.
There will he regular servico held at
tho Christian church each Mrds day
nt tho usual hours. 11. S. bouuEH,
J. C. Wolf J, the furniture man, has
just received a nice new line of new
furniture and carpets. Call and got
prices boforo buying.
I Did it Ever
! OeeuF to You I
Wo am saving our customers
money every time thoy buy hard
ware of ub.
Here nro a few articles you will
need to begin sprlag work.
Collar pads ... .. -
Steel Spade, guaranteed
4-ft poultry netting, per rod
Barbed wire, with staples
7 lbs nails.. .
12 inch warranted Mo
Wo havo 14 different mien of
Hoes from which to select.
Don't forget our prices mo tho
lowest and goods guaranteed.
Wo want your trade ami will
savo you monoy to get it.
Tint Cuncr tl por year.
Men's shirts 25 cents and up nt the
Wahtkd: Good girl at the Bon Ton
' Canvas logging at cost, Foobl &
A few of those dandy 25c whips to go
at 10c at Butler's.
The line of heating stoves at Wright's
is auperb. Seo them.
.-j W. 8. Bense is having city water put
into hia restaurant building.
A girl wanted at the city bakery and
restaurant. Jos Herbergor.
'Don't fail to got our prices before
buying. Fooel & Hutchison.
A. U. Kaloy who has boon in Ohio
for several woeks past returned home
Will Letson of Dead wool, South
D.iknta, is in the city visiting witli his
mother and other relatives and friends.
i havo 20,000 bushels of primo heed
oats for sale last year's crop. Write
mo at once. Jno It (iutii, Humboldt,
II. 11. Hillyard and family who havo
been visiting relatives ami friends in
tho city loft Wednesday morning for
Lost Elcvcn-months-old calf. Dark
red, whito faco, red around eyes, white
on end of tail nud on bully. W. 11.
Robert Cochrane, who has been
spending tho winter at Fremont, Oiiio,
has returned to this state and is stop
ping at Inavale.
Fred Wolfe, son of J. C. Wolfe, ar
rived in tho city tho last of the week
from Alvo, Nebraska. Ho will reside
here in tbo future.
tAlo te No 1 Third avonuo for fresh
garden and field seeds of all kinds
Also hoadquartcis for the BEST coal
in town. Onion seta, cano seed, Knlllr
For h band made harness to give
wear, mado of tho best oak tanuod
leather that will not rip or tear, and
warranted to bo made with the best of
euro, go to J. O. Butler.
v Drs. Folsom & McLaughlin relievo
aix headaches out of ten with appropri
ately iitted spectacles. At Holland
House, Monday and Tuesday, April 1
and 2 Examinations froo.
GENERAl CITY fiKWS.
KGardm tools cheap at tho hull
'eonts nets a 50 cent whip at Fog til
Seo the lino display of beating stoves
at W. W. Wright's.
Tho Ciiikk and Chicago Inter Ocean
no year for J1.25.
Homer Thomas spent Sunday with
relatives at Oowles.
Gertie Fuller and her father of Camp
bell weio hero this week.
Pn nl Storey spent Sunday with tola
tives and friends at Cowles.
R-y Fiamo who has been visiting in
Blue Hill teturneil home Tuesday
Y Now goods constantly arriving at
Mrs.McBiido's. Call and seo them.
Geo. Buck, a popular uiomber of the
travoliug fraternity was hero Monday
Walter Uoby sells tho Singer sowing
machine. Pi ices right. Got tho best
(trorpo Heed who Is now located in
Denver arrived homo Tuesday morn
ing Joseph Warren was visiting with hia
son Walter and family at Superior tho
first of the week.
Miss Myrtle Mcintosh loft Saturday
for a visit with relatives and frionds nt
Grand Island, this stale.
' Adair Galusha Is spending his week
of school vacation with his aunt and
grandmother at Tupeka, Kansas.
f OF FUEKI'OHT, ILL.
fTho largest old lino eninpany in the?
f Wl'Sl e
Stars Mutual Ins Co.,
K ui i.MtuiasK'1, in i.iiiuuiu. s
iLargest mutual In tho state wltbJ
J over 300 polie'nn in Webster
JO. C. Teel, Agt.i
X Ki:i) CI.OUU, NEllHASKA i
('Now sniiiig uoods at Mm. MclhideV.
Mi- lis iti ('tiiumiug' is on the siek
I Clipper bottom boilers 75 cents at t In
Fair. Miss Gertie Limllny is visiting with
fiitinds at Lincoln.
Elmer Cm spent Sunday visiting
with flietiiN llastlm-s.
Geo MeCiill Guide Uoek as here
on buIne. Monday night.
k 'o nie closing out our leggins at
cost, FO'IKI. vV: IIlITCIIISON.
Mr Charlie Potter left Tuesday
uioruing for a vl'U at Lincoln.
James Duffy of Guide Uoek win
looking alter business maiteis here -
Tho Cutler Button Then 10 Co. at the
miera house nil next week. Admission
Mrs. Louis Sodorborg of Longmont,
Colorado, a former resident, Is In tho
city visiting friends.
K. H. Kesler of Napoleon, Ohio, was
hero tho first of tho wook nnd wont to
Blue Hill Tueiday.
Mrs.F V. Taylor loft Tuesday even
ing for a visit with relatives and
friends at Kansas City.
Spring Is here; so is Butler, with a
full line of light nnd heavy harness at
lowDrloos. ('all Imforeyou buy.
Walter Kal v left Monday evening
for Orleans where he has accoptod a
position in the store of P. W. Shoa.
'Trees, shrub, roi and plants. If
you want Mme call on L II. Rust next
wook, east of Miner's atom on Blrkner's
'Finest linn of Iron b"d nud fnov
ronkors in the valley, at boil-rock
prices at J C Wolfo's, tho furniturn
' Louis S idnrborg formerly of this
placo has been placed in nomination
for tbo office of marshal at Longmont,
Last week a inWtako nccutreil in out
local columns. In lefening to the
price of hogs it should havo read $5 00
instead ot 5f4 00.
Geo Hendricks, H former popular
hand leader of this eity wns hero Tues-
day and furnished tho music at tbo Do
greo of honoi donco.
Tho musical given nt tho residence
of Finnk Cowden last night for tho
benefit of tho M. E church was quite
largely attended and a neat sum was
! COPIilWTS I
our extensive and
Everyone compliments us on
attractive line of
Hats and Shoes
FOR SPRING WEAR.
A sluing novelty in hats is
in Golf, Fedora,
They sell at
$i.oo, $1.50, $1.75,
25c to $1.50,
CAPS FOR BOYS
Prices 25c, 35c, .1.5c
$1.25 to $3.50.
A line of suits here
that is the wonder of
the Clothing trade.
Prices reasenable and
style the very latest.
Everything is fabrics
Vcstcc suits for the
Little Fellows $1.50 to
6.00. Nobby patterns
made up in
... a m m
We want your trade. We will get it ll low prices
and fair dealing count for anything.
Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
When you havo urgent business with
someone in another town or city, re
member you can roach your party tho
quickest and best by the long distance
telephone. H.ites madq known on ap
plication to "central."
SOMB SILVER TUM6UED TALK
EU may try to make you believe tho
moon is green cheese, and it does
not matter much whether it is or
not. but when you come to
don't trust him for bo will tell you
-,l bavon't got n three vhool lister.
K$fc-llo will tell you ho can sell you a
0J irst class, article than 1 can. I
would like to show 3011 my goons.
ll I i.m't sell you better guilds fort tin name money I will sot up tlio
cigars and wo will be as good friends as ever. Hemeinber I nlwajn lead
and tho others follow. Hut d n'i take my woid for this. Come and
seo for youi self
Evangelist 11. A. Lomon of Lincoln
closed a series of mootingsatthe Chris
tian church with twenty-ono acces
sions, fifteon by baptism and six by
lotter. Tho church has been greatly
benefitted by this mooting.;
If you boo anything in this paper that
pleases you if you think it has tbo
right ring have your name put on our
list as n subscriber. If it displeases
you give us yout name anyhow it may
pleaso someone olso this timo and you
The new rcsUtenco of Hon Ludlow
near his brick yards has been comple
ted and ho moved his household effects
thither this week, (with tho exception
of a few sotting hens which do not
oomo off until next wook). lien has a
lino residonco and wo hope ho will
mako brick enough this summer
for several other people to follow his 3Jx4J
example in that lino.
Burlington Route $25 00 to Callfor
nia Fohruary 12, ll), 20, Marcji 0, 12,
10, 20, April 2, 0, 10, 23, 80. Lowest
rate in yeais. Applies to San Francis
co, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Jose
and pretty nearly every other impni
taut point in California. Through
tourist sleepers on till of the above
date .rot aboard at any otatiim in
Nebraska at which train stops; get oh"
at Los Angeles. Seo nearest Burling
ton ticket agent, or write J. Francis,
Genitrttl Paiseoger Agent, Ooukk, Neb.
Jbrs. Folf-nm & McLaughlin for ear
and throat diseases, including deafness.
At. Holland House, Monday and Tues
day, April 1 and 2. Examinations free.
Monday night, opening play, "Jason
Joskins from Squash Town. Conn.," by
the Cutlor-Batton Theatre Co. Change
of performance nightly for one week.
Admission ton conts.
Puny children with weak constitu
tions can attain an unusual degree of
bodily and mpntal vigor by taking
Rooky Mountain Tea this month mado
by tho Madison Medicine Co 35 c. C.
Trices on dry plates till April 15:
8IZB STANI.KY CltAMKIt CltOWN
Suds 27 G. E.
Tho state legislatuto 011 Thursday
morning snem'ded in electing J li,
Millaid of O'imha and C 11. Dietrich
I our present governor as senators li
is a tit ending to the struggle and one
'thatcanbo njiiced at by all good io
oniilicans. Nmv if they will jui ad
j turn they am perfectly oxcuswio,
The people don't euro to bo tortured
for another week or ten duys.
Little Store Room
Big Damerell Block
is packed to its utmost with all the latest styles of fur
niture and at prices lower than ever.beforc offered.
Call and get our prices before buying. We will save
you money and please you with quality.
Albright Bros., Red Cloud, Neb.
My heart and hand another claimed,
His plea bad como too luto.
It's ever thus with people without
pluck and vim,
Take Rocky Mountain Tea, don't get
left again. C. L. Cotting.
'etkctives Wantkd: By a rollablo
agency; incorporated In Missouri; ox
porionco not necessary. Wo pay salary
and expanses when detailed on opera
tions. Wo sro increasing our forces
for World's Fair Work. References re
quired. Address Lock Drawer 05, St.
MJrs. Folsom & McLaughlin, oye, ear,
nose und throat specialists, will bo at
tho Holland House, Monday and Tup?.
day, April 1st und 2d und will bo pre-
pared to treat all dWeases in their line,
including tho fitting of spectacles to
those who may need them. Free ex
aminations. Next week, all week, then will bo a
show given nt the opera Inuiso tiy tlm
Oullei-H itton Theatre Co. From what
we hav'-bi-aid of the. company It U a
guild one ami gives covIm-m- sit'isli!"
tion. But by tho win iliiJu-i lemiudu
IH of how bid H'li IC'ill) 1I0 need till
Ol'KHA JIOUflK. If you ilonl believe
this just look aroui'd when you attend
thoibow uext week.
C. W. Nice has rented tho building
on tho north coiner of tho Moon block
and opened up a paint shop.
Mis. J A.Tulley.saiid daughter Cora
ami son Allen departed Thursday noon
for a visit to Clay Coiiter, this stale.
Jno. C. Myers ih erecting a now resi
dence in tho extreme north part of tho
city just west of the Mrs. Boone prop
erty. Tho Degroo of Honor gave tboir
postponed dance at tho hall last Tues
day evening. A largo crowd was in
attendanco and a good timo is reported.
Rmulu. Immediate ana lasting, no-
fore and after trying other remedies
use Rooky Mountain Tea this month,
'cm bnAn vnn well all summer. A
groit spring blossing. C. L Cutting.
Jas. Amack, ono of Webster county's
old and esteemed residents, died very
suddenly at I111 homo in Garliold town
ship last Sunday morning. Thu cause
of his death is supposed to bo hum t
According to a bill passed by tho
state legislature Webster county is now
situated in tho pevnth judicial ms
diet. Tho district euibiaces tbo Hanio
counties with tho exception of Buffalo,
which is loft out.
Tho street car lino at tho corner of
Wohster street and Fourth avonuo was
changed this week, and tho curvo mado
l. niko tho center of tho street instead
of cutting the corner otl mo block, it
l.u.ks much better now.
rim pnnmbill les are Unit in tho near
uuue dm people of this city will Hud
J. is W Warren coming around stick
lug his nose in their business. JIow
over treat him kindly us an ussussor
bus troublos of his own.
It is tun at this season. of tbo your to
seo How utisy some people enn bo in
the evening making gardens. That is
all right ami wo are glad to seo it. Wo
only hope thoy will Imvu ambition
i ougli when tho garden comes up to
keep I he weeds out of it.
This is tlio houion of the year when
everyone (or at least some) rako tho
supeillumis trash-off their lots into the
streets and set it on firo. , That is
right. But thoy should also not forgot
to watch tho lire after thoy havo started
If you aro going to giva a banquet
and want somo swell menu cards, if
you aro going to get married and want
up-to dato wodding cards, if you are
going to havo an opening in the spring
and wish to please in this lino, if you
want typewriter paper or stationery of
any kind, either printed or plain come
nnd seo us. Wo havo a fine line.
Wantkd Aoknts: During tho next
ix months tlio threshers purchase cyl
inder and engine oils, greases, belting
ind other supplies. Good salesmen
can mako monoy handling our lino.
Men owning hnrso and buggy prefer
led Hustlers only need apply. The
Howaud Oil & Guea8k Co., Clove '
laud, Ohio. ,
List of letters remaining uncallod fu
at tho postollicoat Rod Cloud, Nob
rtihka, for tlio wook ending March 14,
Elm Adams, Hannah Donovan,
Kli Bennett, Richard Harris,
Will D.irby, Clar.i Miller,
Those letli is will bo sent to tho (load
letter ollieu March 28th if not call
ed for boforo. When calling for ubovo
pleaso say "advertised." T. O. Hack
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