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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1901)
Rcmemder that we
handle only good goods,
that will give you value
received for the
That everything sold
bears our guarantee of
satisfaction or your
That we buy for cash,
sell for cash, and
save you from paying
someone else's debts.
Remember that our
in the Watch, Clock,
Jewelry, Optical and
Red Cloud, Neb.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Tmk ChikkSI per year.
Hhi'j Hill was hero this
Geo. Fritz of
of MeCook wiis hore
Hoavcr City was hoin
Geo. V. Prather o( Hlonmington whs
Viii can got hinges for your seieon
doors :it the Fair.
Mrs. H. M. (trice is quite ill at her
hoiuu in the north pari of the city.
W II Martlet! of Campbell was look
ing after business matters here Friday.
Sain Dyer was in St Joe tho last of
the week looking r.fter stock business
M R. Huntley returned today from
GENERAI CITY NEWS.
5J and $0 00 coil tit Caldwell's.
Rutib Pine of Hustings was here Friday.
F. A. Swoozy
,1 H. McGrcw
of Blue Hill was hoio
of Uloomlngtoti was
lii si (if
Alma was hero the
See tho line display of heating stoves
Tho Ciiikk and Chicago Inter Ocean
no year for SlJTi.
Tho Kith ear of furnituro just un
loaded at Miner Bins.
A g"od teaspoon for 10c perset; table
spoons !20e pur set at tho Fair.
J. M Hiu her of Hloeiiiltigton was in
an extended visit at Hot Springs, ArK. t tho city this week attending court.
Attorney Walters of Hluo Hill was
hero attending court thu tlrst of the
Ladies' summer underwear 7c to 25c-,
men's summer underwear 25 to SOc, at
Lawyer G. W.
whs hero looking
Tlbbots of Hastings
aftor court matters
of Guido Rock was
Stove repairs nt W. W. Wright's.
For farm loans call on C. W. Kaloy.
Ca.no soat Rockers 1 1 27 at Minor
John Polnicky is on the sick list at
E. T. Henton of Cowles was a visitor
r.o out city this week.
Mrs. Jas. Burden returned Wcdnes
slay evening from a visit in Lincoln.
Tho city has been doing a good job
cleaning up tho gutters along Webster
str et this week.
Before you makon purchase in tho
VDrv Goods. Grocery or shoe line get
our prices Nebraska Mercantile
There will be regular service held nt
tho Christian chinch each Lords day
tit tho usual hours. II. S. Soudkh,
J. C. Wolf',
prices before buying.
tho furnituro man, has
n nlco now lino of new
carpets. Call and got
Dr. B. F. Bailey of Lincoln was hero
Monday called by the serious illness of
Mrs. C. W. Kaloy.
I cure horses of polo evil and fistula.
Guaranteed cure or n pay. 3. Day,
Red Cloud, Neb.
W ;. Parker of Blue Hill was look-
inf after business matters here the
first of tie week.
Dwight M. Smith of Concordia, Kan
sas, was her the first of the week look
ing after business matters.
Mrs.J.L. Minor roturnod Tuosday
from a visit at Bluo Hill. Her daugh
ter, Margaret Gund returned with her.
John Runchoy, tho popular pro
prietor of tho Holland House, has been
laid up part of this week with an
attack of tho grip.
The managers of tho Red Cloud Cem
etery association nuvo recciveu an
other car of red sandslouo and nro still
beautifying tho burial grounds.
Clmrles Sehafluit. a former citizen of
this place now of Omaha, was hero this
week, looking after business matters
and risitlng with his son Oliver.
Go to No 1 Third nvenuo for fresh
garden and Held soeds of all. kinds.
Also headquarters for tho BEST coal
in town. Onion sets, cauo seed, Kutllr
After two or three days of sunshiny
weather wo suppose it will bo permis
able to again greet your followmen
with tho cheery salutation of "good
Jos. Kubicek enmo In from MeCook
Monday to superintend tho plnnting of
a large number of troes and making
otner improvements on his farm north
west of this city.
Walter Ruby sells tho Singer sowing
machine. Prices rignt. Get tho best.
The B. & M. pay car was hore Sun
day and dispensed somo of thu needful
to tho boys hero.
Pay your subscription and got a cal
dilating pencil. They nro a little won
Ed. Bohannn was looking after In
surance matters and visiting relatives
hore tho tlrst of the week.
Thomas Burden of Bladen is hore
this weok visiting with his son James
of tho district court clerk's olllce.
A full quota of plain drunks wei
assessed the usual fines and trimming
for being drunk and disorderly ou Sat
Iron bed, spring and mattress com
plete 8G (X) at Miner Bros.
Morris Mills of Cowles was here
Archie Campbell was up from Guido
A few of those dandy Me. whips to go
at 10tiit Hut lei's.
M. F. Dunn whs down from Blue 11111
thu llrnt of the week.
You cm get a suit of clothes at the
Fair. Si'e the samples.
J no. llcgcnlieiRor of MeCook was a
Red Cloud visitor Sunday.
(! V. Morev of llnstUiis was looking
alter legal matters lieie this week.
Don't forget the Trustee's Slaughtet
Sale at the Nebiaska Mercantile to.
Mrs. William Ducker went to Guide
Rook Wednesday morning on business.
J.P A. Black of Bloomlngton was
hero looking nfter legal matters Tues
day. Foil Sai.K: Gorman millet sued. In
nulro of F E. Wildoy, live and one-half
tulles south-west of Red Cloud.
Snrlnor is hore: so Is Butler, with a
full lino of light and hoavy harness nt
lowprioes. Call boforeyou buy.
Tbo brick masons havo completed
tho foundation for II. K. Grice's now
rosldenco In the west part of tho city.
We Lave just opened for your inspection
the daintiest assortment of
ever seen in Red Cloud.
iron bods and fancy
valley, at bod-rock
Wolfo's, tho furaiture
German - Insurance - Co.
OF FREEPORT, ILL.
lTIio largest old line company in the;
Farmers Mutual Ins k
Of Nobrnska, of Lincoln.
Lan?est mutual in tho state with,
over 300 policies in Webster
!0. C. Teel, Agt.,(
Rkd Cloud, Nkbkaska.
But our customers agree that
wo sell hardware at tho lowest
prices that are known.
Lot us show you what
l tine luaniiio fork at
Elwood Wire stretcher
3 lb pail axel grease
Wire basket eiuf weaner
2(1 inch "Diston Saw"
Eureka post hole digger
itiimri- whins from lOu to
Nicklo plated copper tea ket-
Coppor bottom lea kottlo
All steel spado . ....
14 inch warranted tile
12 inch warranted Mo. .
Our lino of
Bicycle - Sundries
Finest lino of
rookers in tho
prices at J. C.
Farm loaas at ft por cent Interest on
good Improved land. C. F. Cathor,
nfflnn over Couloir's drus store, Red
Frank Felt of Suporlor arrived In the
olty tho foro part of tho weok and has
again nnontd up at his old stand west
of the Holland House.
Honry Nowhottso wns at Ropubtl 'an.
Alma, Franklin ami nivorion mo nrst
of the week looking after tho optical
portion of their business.
Taken this month keeps you woll nil
summer. Groatost spring tonic, known.
Rocky Mountain Ten, tnado by Madi
son Medicine Co. 35c. C. L. Cutting.
Cores dizzy spells, tired feeling,
stomncb, kidney and liver troubles.
Keeps vu well nil summer. Rocky
Mountain Tea taken this month. 35c.
C. L. Cotting.
The foiinniitlon for C.J Piatt's new
brick olllco is completed. Tho balance
of the foundation for tho lumber sheds
u now lining constructed. Whon com
pleted this will bo one of tho finest
lumber yards in tho west.
Wo wish our "orrospondonts would
endeavor to get their items in each
week and If possible not later man
than Thursday No department of
tho paper is looked aftor by our read
its more than this. If your locality is
1 not represented mind us in tee news.
For a hand made harness to givo
wear, mado of tho best oak tanned
leather that will not rip or tear, and
warranted to bo mado with tho host of
enro, go to J. O. Butler.
A number of our young mon havo
ncmin mil together and organized a
band. Wo hope they will make a suc
cess of it, ns wo bellovo a band would
be a good thing for tho town.
A full attendance is desired at tho
Degree of Honor meeting on April 23d;
at which time a financier will bo elect
ed and installed for tbo remainder of
current term. Sahik Ovkiunq, Rec.
Wo tako Butter and Eggs the same
as cash at highest market prico li'i
bars Lenox soap f 1.00 17 pounds gran
ulated sugar $100 Horso shoo tobacco
40 cents per pound. Nebraska Mercan
When you havo urgent business with
someone in another town or city, re
member you can reach your party tho
quickest and best by thf longdistanco
telephone. R.ites made known on ap
plication to "central
If you see anything in this paper that
pleases you if you think it has the
right ring havo your namo put ou our
list as a subscriber. If it displeases
you givo us yom namo anyhow it may
pleaso someone else this tlmo and you
J. M. Chnflln received a telegram on
Wednesday Informing him that his
brother-in-law, Hon. O. B. Landis, of
nnlnhi. Indiana, would arrive In tho
olty next week on a visit. Tbo gentle
when they como to buying
fnrm tools. This they find
when tboy havo bought a
hay rake and lindl.lt is too
light to do tho work. In
this tho Oiborno stands
ahead of all competitors.
Tho rains wo nro having
mikes the alfalfa grow.
You will need tho best raKo
ou can g"t to rake it with
will please yon.
You will also need some other goid
I M P Jw B JL IS NTS.
You will save m noy by coming to my store and looking my goods over,
and get tn uncos. You will lind the prices tuo lowest and the goods
the best Givo mo a call. I will save you money.
New York nntl Chicago Novelties in Children's Apparel,
comprising special productions of light weight woolens
and mixed fabrics
Swell - Vestee - Suits !
In tho nowosl fabrics, elegantly trimmed, ages 3 to 10.
TWO : PIBCB : SUITS !
Without a doubt the most completo assortment
of two ploco knee pants suits ever shown in
Rod Cloud. Ages 7 to 15. Prlco 11.50 to 18.00.
For Large Boys
and Young Men.
Tho styles this soason nro beyond comparison.
New weaves in Fine Imported and
Garments in Tailoring Trimmings,
Character and Fit equal to the
best tailor made garments.
WWV" V- V W W w-w w w w - - - - - -
Gouiden-Kaley - Glothing - Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
from the ninth
completo. Everything you
wnnt to repair your wheel.
RIDE - A - WORLD
We want your
trade and will
save you money
to get it.
man is congressman
Wo have moved our stock of Grocer
ies to the roar of tho Dry Goods room,
whero we nre prepared to givo our
patrons tho best of service, nnd furnish
them with tho choicest of dried nnd
canned fruits and staple groceries at
Trustees prices. Nebraska Mercantile
Wanted Mon to learn barber trade.
Special otlor for scholarship, board and
tOOlS Unill way loin, iwu mmimn i;iiiii-
pletes, busy season now, big wnircs
paid graduates. Havo places for 200
at Buffalo Exposition. Write for par
tleiilars today, Moler Barber College,
"A lino baby boy of usual Nobraskn
weight claimed parental protection at
tho homo of Councilman Hollister on
Monday." Sinro tho preceding itnn,
which was givnn us by tho supposed
happy father, as placed in typo wo
tind it is a misrepresentation cmn."l
through jealousy. For a number ..f
days ho has boon ilown-in-tho-monlh
and will not bo comforted For a i ini
tio wouldn't give up what the trniiur
wis, but linally he admitted lie s -innimisof
tbo arrival of a boy i tm-
inline of the new councilman. r
up George, tho matter is easily miii"
died -Inst put n want ad in (howl
iimni of tho Chikk and you can bent
Pulsipher by one by tho uppearatieo
Dad Barkley has a potltion, nuraer
ously signed, asking the now mayor
and council to appoint him to tho posi
tion of street commissioner.
Mrs. George Fentress was brought
here from Guido Rock Saturday and
tako before the insanity board and ad
judged Insano. Sheriff Wolls accom
panied by his wifo took her to the in
sane hospital at Lincoln Wednesday.
Trices on dry plates till April 15:
size Stanlbt Cuambk CtlOVfN
Suns 27 G. E.
3ix4 27o 80c
4x5 40o 52c
5x7 COo 88o
After almost giving up in despair on
nccount of the entiro lack of corres
pondence, we were gladdened by the
appearance of one from Bluo Hill anil
one from Guido Rock. If our corn's
pondents knew tho happiness these
missives hrini? to the printshops they
A-oiild not fail to write encb week Wo
would like to hoar from Inavnle,
Cowles, or any otrer place that is not
List of loners remaining uncalled for
at tho posiolliceat Red Cloud, Neb
i-i-kn, for the weok ending April 18,
Win. Eirod, Frank Fuller,
.l.ilin Gri'cn, li'iwreuco .Jackson
.Joe McCleiui, M E R)skweis.
These leu rs will be sent to the dead
n-itt'i- olllce May 21 if not call
ed for befme When calling for above
pleaso say "advertised." T. O. Hack
Have you any doubts remaining!"
jnid Mrs. Jones. "No, Marinda, I
havo not. I took Rocky Mountain Tea
last night." ' Twill remove any impure
thoughts in tho human family. 85c.
C. L Cotting.
This week we received a very ex
tended communication frem the boys
who went to Oklahoma recently, but
owing to its urent length and wonder
ful nmotint(?) of information) It con
tains wo are unable to print it. Tho
bos are evidently gottine along lino
and liko tho country Wo expect in
ano'lier week to havo a good news
letter from that place for tho benefit of
our reideis who nro detirous of learn
ing something about it.
Mr. A. (iilusba entertninml a largo
number of her lady friends nt an nfter
noun 'ea at hr home last Tuesday.
Tli" lime from two o'clock in. til iivu
was pie mainly spent in a novel guess
ing contest will di afforded a great deal
i.f amusement to nnd created a lively
rivalry iimontr tho contestants. After
tin, pnniest. which resulted In Mrs. W.
A Sherwood bearing off tho palm of
victory, a dainty luncheon was served
On Thimdnv afternoon at the roil
deuce nt Mrs. Winifred (Jarber oocur
red a vi i happy and pieasa"t event
ut .vbi'-b tier three small children and
M'iii!U,W,'. th' voiinif'st itauifliter
,if Mr a il Mrs W N Rwha'ds m
wnr ch'isidiKiil by the R-v. W. H.
Xinders After the ceremony whs
nvcran elabnratH supper wis served
to those present, which hnd been pre
pared by the hostess in honor of the
Do thi: Vchesof the Alaskan Gold Fields
Attract You? If so, read this.
THE KING MININC TIPANY
OF FRIEND, NEBRASKA.
CAPITAL, - 100,000.00.
H. P KING, Friend. Nobrnska ..President
HON J. I POPE, rriond, Nebraska. Aitnriioy-at-Law Vice-Prtsidont
L E. SOUTH WICK, Friend, Nebraska, Banker Secretary and Treasurer
WM BURKE. Friend Nobrnska, Grain Buyer ..Director
HON. F I. FOSS, Crete, Nebraska, Attorneo at-Law Director
This company is duly incorporated undo tho laws or Hie Statu of Nobrnska.
Tho company already o wns.
TEN VALUABLE CLAIMS OF TWENTY ACRES EACH IN THE
FAMOUS NOME MINING DISTRICT OF ALASKA.
Theso nro all placer mints nnd tho gold is obtained by "tduiciiig" or washing it
out of tho sand. This was the method used by tho early California miners,
when such immotiBo fortunos were mado.
Our claims nro situated on or near such woll known gold producing oiceksns
Anvil, Glacier, Dexter, Dry, and Oregon, and others whero in tho pnat two voar.s
immense quantitiod of gold have boon tnken out. Gold was tlrst fount atNomo
on Anvil creek in tho fall of 1808, by Potnr Lindorborg, n Norwegian. Ho then
wasted out over $1,700.00 in six days Later this claim yielded 914,000 In ono
week Last season it produced over 1800,000 worth of gold. We own a full
claim of twenty ncros only a short distanco further down Anvil crook. Ono
man on Dexter creek rocked out 1210 in two hours. Another in tho saino
stream avernged over 8100 a day last summer. Four men shoveling and rock
ing on Glacier crook in two weeks washed out $27,000. Theso nro but a few
instances but tho heavy receipts of gold from Nomo by tie U. S. Assay ofllco
fully proves that it is tho richest gold camp in tho world.
One company whoso claim is about one mile above one of ours sold stock two
years ago at one dollar a slum- The sainw stock now Is worth $5000 per share.
Tlio stock of the Pioneer .Mining Co. and the Wild Goote (Jo. stock is owned by
parties who will not oven put n price on it. Our cliims are in tlio same
localities and there is no reason why our olalm, wkon developed, will not provo
just as rich or richer. Tho president of our company has spout two .seasons in
the Nomo district prospecting and locating the claims now owned by this com
pany. His early arrival there enabled him to secure tho choice of location, In
May ho will return to Nomo taking tho uucessary machinery to develop and
oporato our claims.
STOCK FOR SALE.
Tho crroater Dart of our $100,000
that can be bought. Thu directors havo decided to offer
slock ims Deeu taken but there still Is some
a certain number of
shares for salo to tho publio at par for
ONE DOLLAR A SHARE
You can buy any number you like. ALLSHARBS ARE NON-ASSESSABLE.
Hero is your opportunity. A small investment may bring ease and comfort
and even wealth Address all otdors and make remittances payable to
TH9 KING 7UCIMING CO.,PRieND,NeB,
? IIALR nUtLDlNQ,
f Red Cloud, Nobrnska.
Warm Meats at All
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Nice, Comfortable Loclging!J
fi.-iMtiru nnvi.'t.vvi'tMVl.'lJY 1
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xu tut? oiu.uii.urs
; of Eed Cloud. S
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sFive Cent Cigar
made west ot tbo Mississippi
river. Made of nice long Amer
ican Havana tiller Tlie hst
that can bi' purciiM I in the
United Stilt".. l'h so cigars
am si net I v mind m nli.
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