The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, April 12, 1901, Image 5

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Notice to Intending
Camera Purchasers.
Beginning Saturday, March 30th, we make
the following prices on cameras.
Ray Camera, No 7, oxi, long foeu,
No ' 4x5. 11. R. leu..
" " No. 1, 4v"i, Cyeo shutter
" " No. E, t.o, with Vi inctMl i-oldors
" " No It, itjxt, with V muliil holder
I'oeo H, r7, R H. loin :mi Uniuiim shutter
Pony 1'ieiuo, No f, 11. It lens iitul Victor shutter
Cyclone, Fo f, 4fi
Eastman No, It. Folding I'oeket Kodak, JUxlJ
" No. 1, Fohlinir Pocket Kodnk,2ix3J
" No 1, Hull's Kyr, 1x5
" No. 8, " ajxlt
' No. a, Flcxo, 3x3J
" lirownio camel, 'Hx'2
Wc can hold tho prices only so long as our present stock hsts as
the rankers have advanced their prices while lowering their catalogue
price.
Come in and get a good camera at tho lowest possible price.
Newliouse Bros.
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WEEK'S HAPPENINGS.
Stove repairs at W. W. Wright's.
For farm loans call on C. W. Kaloy.
Cano seat Rockers 1127 at Miner
Bros.
Dr. Spencer ol Riverton was hero
Thunday.
Special price on buggy whips. Fo
okl & Hutchison.
SSMlss Dollie Shepherdson of Riverton
was shopping here Saturday.
Mrs. Jaa. Burden is visiting with
friends in Lincoln this week:.
C Clarence Stine and wife of Superior
were hero over Sunday visiting with
friends.
Joo Warren Jr., spent Sunday visit
ing with his brother Walter and wifo
at Superior.
Mrs. H. E Pond of Lincoln, ferraerly
of this city, arrived hero Tuesday on
a visit with relatives and old friends.
Boforeyou make a purchnso in the
Dry Goods, Grocery or shoo line get
our prices Nebraska Mercantile Co.
Thero will be regular service held at
tho Christian church each Lords day
at tho usual hours. 11. S. Soudkk,
Pastor.
J. C. Wolfe, the furniture man, has
just received a nice now lino of new
furnituro and carpets. Call and got
prices beforo buying.
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tho most interesting item
is tho low prices we are
making on hardware.
You want to got in and
save your mouoy along
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Steel Spado
All-bolted Wheelbarrow.
Rake
Wash Board.
14 inch Cream Cans, IX tin
8-inch Monkey Wrench
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8-foot Poultry Netting per rd 20o
2-foot " " " 20o
14-inch Warranted File 80o
7 lbs Nails 25o
Gliddon Wiro, with staples ,3.G0
All goods guaranteed to bo tho
best the market affords.
Wo want your trado and will
save you money to got it.
MORHART
Bros.
Hardware
Co.
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$35 00
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MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Thk Ciuxr II per year.
District court convenes noxt Monday.
Canvas leggins at cost. Foqki. &
Hutchison.
Just arrived a new lot of Berry Sets
at the Fair.
A few of those dandy 25c whips to go
at 10c at Butler's.
The lino of boating stoves at Wright's
is superb. Seo-thorn.
Don't fail to get our prices before
buying. Fooel & Hutchison.
Lena Brokaw of Superior spent Sun
day with rolatives and friends hero.
Mrs. H. A. Howard loft Monday for
a visit at Indianapolis and Cleveland,
Ohio.
Mrs. Robinson, mother of C. D. Rob
inson, has returned to her homo at
Hastings.
Willis Fulton and wifo of Riverton
woro visiting with friends and rela
tives hero tho last of tho week.
Mis9 Mary Detour was heio the hrst
of tho week visiting with Miss Edith
McKcighan and Dr. Damerell and family-
Tho now game law prohibits tho
shooting of quail until November 1st,
1003. It is a good law and should bo
on f tiro d.
A fino baby daughter of usual Neb
raska weight mado it's advent at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. Ryan on
Easter aiorning.
Go to No 1 Third nvenuo for fresh
gardon and Held seeds of all kinds.
Also headquarters for tho BEST coal
in town. Union sets, cano seed, Kaffir
corn, etc.
For a hand made harness to give
wear, mado of tho best oak tanned
leather that will not rip or tear, and
warranted to bo mado with tho host of
caro, go to J. O. Butler.
Cures dizzy spells, tired fooling,
stomach, kidney and livor troubles.
Koops you well all summer. Rocky
Mountain Tea taken this month. 85c.
C. L. Cotting.
Red Cloud can now boast of four as
fino crosswalks as any tewn in the
stato. We hopo tho good, work will
continuo until every crossing in town
is supplied in a liko manner.
All that assumed air of importance
which Ed. Pnlsifor displays is not on
account of his being olected alderman
A son arrived at his homo on Sunday
evening. Mother and son doing well.
Wo take Butter and Eggs the same
as cash at highest market prico 32
bars Lenox soap $1 00 17 pounds gran
ulated sugar $1 00 Hone shoo tobacco
40 cents per pound. Nebraska Mercan
tile Co.
When you have urgent business with
someone in another town or city, ro
member you can roach your party the
quickest and best by tho long distance
telephone. Rates mado known on ap
plication to "central."
Tho mossenger boy, Andrew Jaokson,
who was taken to St. Joo last Friday
to undergo n surgical operation, un
derwent thejsamo on Saturday morning
at 11 o'clock, but did not rally from its
effects and died that night at 11 o'clock.
Ho had been employed at this station
as messenger for a number of months
and had only a day or so bofero boon
named for a bettor position. Ho was
a quiet young man and woll liked by
his associates. His former homo was
in Boavor City and his remains woro
taken to that place for burial. His
parents reside at Forest Grovo, Oregon.
The following items in regard to
Louis Soderborg, formerly of this city,
are taken from tho Longmont, (Col )
Call, and from his majority in tho city
election would indicate that he is very
popular out there.
"Louis Soderberg, marshal elect has
rented a houso on Kimbark near Sixth
Hvoniin. He will givo up his railroad
job and look after tho citj's interests
ns marshal "
"Louis Soderbeig is clearly entitled
to ono of tho Call's mild Italian climate
chromos ns being tho strongest candi
date on tho citizen's ticket, His ma
jority over M. E. Bashor, auti-saloon
candldato was 20G."
SfKCIAL.
GENERAI CITY NEWS.
nj and $0 00 coil at Caldwell's.
25 cents gets a no cent whip at Fogel
& 11'. chisou's,
WAsrr.D: Two good girls at the
Hon Ton testaurant.
See the lino display of heating stoves
at W. W. Wright's.
Tho Ciiikk and Chicago Inter Ocean
no year for $1.25.
Tho tilth ear of furnituro just un
loaded at Miner Hros.
Wo
cost.-
aro closing out our leggins
-Fooki, & Hutchison.
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C. M. Smith is building a small barn
on the east sidoof bis livery barn.
Walter Roby sells tho Singer sowing
nmchino. Prices riglil. (Jot tho best.
Geo. J. Warren and
rolatives and friends in
week.
wifo visited
Lincoln this
Tho Nebraska Mercantilo Co. have
moved their grocery stock into tho dry
goods room.
Overalls at 45 conts, largo blue hand
kerchiefs C cents and hosiory 5 to 15
cents at tho Fair.
Ray Kdgorton who was badly hurt
at the depot last weok has so far re
covered as to bo ablo to go to his home.
Mrs. Haresnapo arrived In the city
last evening on a visit to Gee. Webber
and family and other relatives and
friends.
Farm
Insurance !'
German - Insurance -Co.
OF FEEEl'ORT, ILL.
Tho largest old lino company in the
' west.
Farmers Mutual Ins Co.
Of Nebraska, of Lincoln.
Lartrest mutual in tho state with.
over 300 policies in Webster
County.
O. C. Teel, Agt,i
Rkd Cloud, Nebraska.
Some people
lose their
heads
when they como to buying
farm tools. This they find
when thoy have bought a
hay rake nnd llnd it is too
light to do tho work. In
this tho Osborn stands
alieHd of all competitors.
Tho rains wo aro having
makes tb alfalfa grow.
You will need tho best rase
you can gt to rake it with,
in tliU
THE'IOSBORN
will pleas" you.
You will also need somo other go d
IMPIyBMENTS.
You will save 111 -noy by coining to my store and looking my goods over,
nnd get my puce. You will lind thu prices to lowest and the goods
tho best. Givo me a call. I will save you money.
JKS. PETERSON.
Prices on dry plates till April 15:
size Stanlkt Cramrr Crown
Suds 27 G. E.
3Jx4t 27o 860
4x5 40o 62c
5x7 G60 880
NawnousK Bros.
The Cutler- Batton Theatre Co. closed
their engagement in this city Wednes
day night and went to Superior. Tho
company is a good ono nnd tho people
patronized them liborally. Wo would
be pleased to havo them return ngain
noxt season when tho now opera houso
is built.
For Salr-. I will soil at private snlo
all my household goods, consisting of
stoves, dining and kitchen tables,
stands, chairs, bodstcads, folding bod,
cupboards, washing machine and nu
merous other articles. Also 1 incuba
tor, 3 broodors, 1 bone grinder, 2, 4 and
5 ft, poultry netting, all my line Del
pinu hares and hutches, 2G Hrown Leg
horn chickens, I will exchange some
haros for a lady's or gent's bicycle,
watch, typowriter or offers. All goods
not sold by tho 20th will bo sold at
auction. My residence is for sale for
cash or on oasy payments. Call at
residence 5 blocks west and 1 block
north of Grice's drug store. J. il,
Weoman.
LOCALLY
A. I) Ranney of Hluo Hill was hero
the last of tho wook.
M. M. Stein was in Hloomington
Tuesday on business.
Iron bed, spring and mattress com
plete 3(500 at Miner Hros.
Don't forget tho Trustee's Slaughter
Sale at the Nebraska Mercantile Co.
Bernard M Neny left Thursday for
Omaha to look after business matters.
A gai len take for 20 cents and gar
den seed are only one-half price now nt
the Faii
.Mrs. Mooes Wilson of Hluo Hill is
hero the gnest of her daughter Mrs C.
D. Robinson.
The cemetery board this wook re
ceived another carload of stone for fix
ing up tho city of tho dead.
C. J. Piatt this week removed his
lumber yard office from tho south to
tho north sido of tho yard.
Foil Sai.k: Gorman millet seod. In
quire of F. E. Wlldey, tlve and onehalf
miles south-west of Red Cloud.
Spring is here; so is Butler, with a
full lino of light and heavy harness at
lowpricos. Call boforeyou buy.
Finest lino of iron bods and fanoy
rookers in tho valtoy, at bed-rock
prices at J. C. Wolfo's, tho furalturo
man.
Farm loaaa at 5 per cent interest or
good improved land. C. F. Cather,
office over Cottlng's drug storo, Red
Cloud, Neb.
Mrs. A.S. Marsh, a former resident
of this city, but of late years residing
at Pasadena, California, is hare visit
ing old friends.
Tho seetion crow from this place was
taken out on one of tho branch lines
of the B. & M. the last of the wook to
clear the track of snow.
Taken this month koops you woll all
summer. Greatest spring tonlo known.
Rocky Mountain Tea, mado by Madi
son Medicino Co. 35c. C. L. Cotting.
Wo have boon instructed tonnnounco
by C. M. Ingrain, of Jtulsnn, Kansas,
that tho new P.iwnoo Union church
will bo dedicated on Sunday, April 21.
All are cordially invited to attend.
ThoG. A. It. is making preparations
for tho largest Decoration Day service
over held in the oily. Tho McKcighan
monument will bounvolled on that day.
W. J. Bryan, Col. Vifquin nnd other
noted persons aro expected to bo pres
ent. An effort is also being mado to
socure the services of tho McCook band.
Considerable petty thieving is re
ported by farmois who leavo whips,
robos, etc., in their buggies and wagons
around town. Tho parties doing this
should bo summarily dealt with whon
caught.
"Have you any doubts remaining!"
tnid Mrs. Jones. "No, Marinda, I
have not. I took Rocky Mountain Tea
last night." ' Twill romovo nny impure
thoughts in tho human family. 85c.
C. I,. Cotting.
Tho rains of tho past week havo been
n good thing for tho country but bvo
considerably retarded spring work, if
tho weather bureau man would just as
soon wo wish ho would savo somo of
this surplus moisturo for July and
August.
Wo wish our correspondents would
endeavor to get their items in eacli
weok nnd if possible not Intor than
than Thursday. No department of
tho paper is looked after by our road
ers more than this, If your locality is
not represented send us in tie news.
Wo have moved our stock of Grocer
ies to tho rear of the Dry Goods room,
whore wo aio prepared to givo our
patrons the best of service, and furnish
iheui with tho choicest of dried nnd
canned fruits and staple groceries at
Trustees prices, Nobraska Mercantilo
Co.
BEST SHOW
ON EARTH!
Right now you have the bust
show on earth to buy clothing.
Prices never were lower.
Quality never better for the
price.
Men's Suits!
Made of good honest fabrics,
values at $3.00 to $8.50. Big
Happy Kids and
Pleased Papas
Every kid Is happy when he in
wearing ono of our "Goodolasa"
suits. It fits him and woarn well.
Ilia papa la happy because he hah
pleased the kid and saved his
monoy. Special values In Kid's
suits 11.50 to $5.00.
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Men's and Boy's Hats for Easter.
All the new styles and colors. The new Golf, Fedora, Pasha,
Graco and Dcrbys.
New line of Derbys at 1.75, 2.00, 2.50 and $3.00.
See the "LION" Brand Shirts
for correct things in shirt wear. Wc bought them because
we know you want them. Confidence in our goods
is the secret of our big success.
Gouiden-lfaley - Glothing - Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
Tho sermons aro usually short on
Easter to tho woman who hns on a
now Easter bonnet.
You can't always toll what kind of a
lifo a person lived by looking nt tho in
srciplion on his tombstone.
A correspondent nsks "Is lovointoxi
eating?" It is in courtship and if kept
up will result In matrimonial jim-jams
Thero aro too many pooplo in this
world who always want to grease tho
track for someono who has started
down hill.
Thero are a great many people who
have no confidence- in a nowspapor
but will believe anything they read in
nn almanac.
Tho life of moro than ono girl has
boon blighted because her mother mado
hor go to church in a faded gown or a
last year's bonnot.
Noffspapers are liko railroads in ono
way. It costs just as much to carry
dead-bonds and dead-beats or "bums"
as it does tho follow who pays full
price.
Somoono remarks that liquor will
strengthen tho voice. That is u mis
take. Tho author of tho remark tvi
dontly meant to say "tho breath" in
stoad of tho voice.
Feoplo who don't want to bo dunned
should keep thoir bills paid, and peo
ple who don't waat to havo their. feel
ings hurt should keep thoir bills out of
other people's business.
If you seo anything in this paper that
pleasos you if you think It has the
right ring have your namo put on our
list as a subscriber. If it dlspioasos
you give us youi nnmo anyhow it may
pleaso someono olso this time and you
next.
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Our friends will ploaso hand us in
news items whilo thoy aro fresh. Wo
prefer not to publish a birth utter the
child has boon weaned, n marriage aft
er the bridegroom has becomo papa,
tho death of a man after his wifo hns
been married again, or tho death of a
woman niter her nusuanu 11ns com
menced to stry out into nights.
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In Webster county this yonr sheep
are to bo taxed upon n valuation of fifty
cents per head, in ;Colfax county ono
dollni'und in Dodgo county two dollars.
Wlini Justice is there in nsking a Dodgo
county citi.en to pay four times tho
tax on his sheep that a Webster county
resident does, or twice as much as a
Colfax county man is requested to pnj T
What is truo of sheep is also true of all
stock and othor personal property.
stylish and well made, special
line at 9.00. 9.50, 10 and $12 00
Men's and
Boy's Shoes.
The celebrated "SRLZ"kInd.
More Stylish and
Wear Longer
Than Any Shoe Made.
They aell at 11.00, 11.25, 11.50,
1.75, f ZOO, 9X26, W.50, $3.00, 13.50
Don't be shoed without
first seeing us.
To Whom It May Concern,
lied Cloud, Nob., March 20, 1001.
At n mooting of tho board of trustco.i
of the Hod Cloud Cemetery association,
held nt tho office of oierk on dato abovo
written, it was ordorod that all lots
not paid for or satisf ctorily adjusted
nt tho expiration of thirty days from
this datu will bo cancelled, tho ground
occupied by graves, cut off; and re
mainder reclaimed by tho association
nnd sold. By Order of the Board.
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sTo the Smokers
of Eed Cloud.
CALL FOR THE
Hlae - Front"!
CIQAR.
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THE BEST
I Five Cent Cigar
mado west of tho Mississippi
river. Made of nice long Amer
ican Havana filler. The best
that can he purehasod in tho
United States. Thcso cigars
nro strictly hand mndo.
J. NUSTEIN,
MANUFACTURER. S
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Irindley's flestawant
HALK IIUILDINO,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Warm
Meals
Hours.
at A1U
,Nice, Comfortable Lodging!
Kooms.
FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY,
NUTS AND CIGARS.!
Ovsters if Every Stye.
iALL KINDS OK HOT AND COLD!
LUNCHES.
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