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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1901)
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Remenuler 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
Jleuihoijse - Bros.
Red Cloud, Neb.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Thk Chikk SI per year.
i. I). Storey and Geo. Hutchison
wi'iu down from Cowles last Friilny.
Mi 9. D. V. Turnuro left Monday
for n visit nt College View, this state
Al Groat arrived home last week and
lias taken a position with the IS. A M.
Ladies' vests To, union suits 25, cor
sets 33, 45 and GOe, and good hosiery
for 10c at tho Fair.
Al Galusha is in Nebraka City this
week attending the session of tho (irand
Lodge A. O l'. W. is a delegate.
The pienii season was informally
opened Tuesday by a number of our
young folk enj yi"K tin outing at
L. E Kellogg moved with his family
to Hastings the fore part of the week.
He lias accepted a position in a marble
Mis. K. A. Anderson, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
I'. Hntlell, i cturned to her home in
The fishing season has begun and
tho sport is getting quite popular.
The only drawback is you have to
throw back the "cats "
Mrs. L. II. Hust who has been in
Heaver City for several weeks minis
tering to tho welfaro of a sick sisrer
relumed home Saturday night.
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To Our AdvrtisM.
Next week Thk L'hikf will issue iln
extra edition of !!000 copies mill owing
to the largn amount of extra work wo
will bo compelled to have the copy for
all nuiv advertisements and change of
old ones in this ofllco by Wednesday
noon. No changes will be made or
accepted after that time.
Stove ropairs at W. V. Wright's.
.For farm loans call on C. W. KaloT.
Catio sent Rockers $1 27 at Minor
Now lays on your old lister for SJ.50.
G. W. Utw.
Tho lino of heatiug stoves at Wright's
is superb. Seo them.
' James Duffy of Guide Itock was look
iug ufier business matters here Wed
nesday. Melon Roby who has been attending
business collogo at Kast Dubuque, Illi
nois, returned home Tuesday.
There will bo regular serivoe ho'.d at
tho Christian church each Lords day
at tho usual hours. H. S. Sol'DKU,
J. C. Wolf.?, tho furniture man, has
lust received a nice new line of new
furniture and carpets. Call and got
prices before buying
, Seo tho lino display of heating stoves
at W. W. Wright's.
Tho Chikk and Chicago Inter Ocean
no year for Sl.'J.V
The 10th car of furniture just un
loaded at Miner Bros.
C. W. lUnker and wife of Rlvertou
were in the city Tuesday.
Walter Hoby sells tho Singer sewing
machine. Piiccs rigltt. (Set the best.
Pay j our Mitariiption mid gel a cal
diluting pi ucil. They ale a little won
Mrs. Sutton, a former resident of
this citv, arrived heio Wednesday on a
visit with friends.
C. H. Crone is attending the meeting
of tho Grand Lodge A. O. U. W. at
Nebraska City this week.
Mrs C. M. Wetlicrald of Hebron ar
rived in tho city Tuesday for a visit
with S. F. Spokcslicld and family.
Charley Kaley ami Jack -Stewart
left Tuesday morning oveilaud fur
Oklahoma. Clint ley intends to locate
there- if tho country suits him.
Do the Flies
Prepare a cool reception
These goods have never
been sold so cheap
Ice Cream Freezer
Kidea "World" Wheel.
Such aline of SUMMER
GOODS was never dis
played in our city before.
We have some more of
that clean alfalfa
We want your
trade and will
save you money
to get it.
A Special Edition.
With tho issue of May 24, tho
Chikk will issno a 3,000 special
edition duscriptivo of Wsbster
county. and lied Cloud. This
work will bo Hi charge of Mr. M.
D. Shsinor, a gontlenian of soiao
eighteen years eccperienco in tho
descriptive field. Tho issue will
be complete with the county's
resources and capabilities and
will bo an oxcellent paper to
send to frioiala and prospective
homeseekers. During tho next
few days Mr. Steiuer will visit
our people and any favors shown
him will be appreciated by this
Miss Noyes of Wymoro has been
visiting with L. 11. Fort and family
this week, returning homo today ac
companied by Miss Nellie Fort who
will visit in Wymore.
Mrs. Chas. Milligun arrived in 'tho
city from her homo in McCook Satur
day. Herself and husband will move
to this city ho being engineer on the
passenger run between this city and
Mrs. J. No matter what causes fa.
cial eruptions, absoluto cleanliness in
side and out is tho only way to euro
them. Hocky mountain tea taken this
month will drive them away. !)oe. C.
Grace Kpiscopal Sunday after As
censi )ti Day. Morning prayer and
sormon at 10.!)0. Kvening prayer and
sormon at S o'clock. Sunday school at
12 o'clock. Tho public i. cordially in
vited W .4. Xanukiis, Hector.
Wo wish ur sorrespondunts would
endeavor to get their items in each
week and if possible not later than
thnn Thursday. No department of
tho paper is looked after by our read
era more thau this. If your locality is
not represented send us in tie news.
Lovy It. Roberts, a sister of Mrs. J.
K. Jackson living about live miles
southwest of Hud Cloud, died last Mon
day after a lingering illness with con
sumption. DiiceasXid was born at
Alton, Iowa, on December 20, 1870.
Tho fur-oral services woro hold from
the residence on Wednesday morning
at ten o'clock and tho remains laid to
i est in tho Red Cloud cemetery.
Elsewhere in tkis issue will bo found
an advertisement for tho decoration
day exercises and unveiling of tho Me
Keighan monument in this city May
'Oil). Tlioso having tho matter in
charge novo span d no pains to make
this one of the most notable decoration
days held in tho west. A largo mini
bor of noted spoakers will bo present
to assist in tho exorcises, among whom
are W. J. Uryan and W. V. Allen.
Among tho new improvements con
templated by tho II iteM.iit this point
is tho building of an elovated coal
ilunip to supply coal to tho trains pass
ing through tho city. This will be of
tho trestle inclined track idea where
coal can may be run up and unloaded.
Whilo this may uot bo built at c nee tho
plans have been completed and tho
construction of tho saino will most
likoly be carried out.
Mr. T. U, Myers and Miss Lucy Gar
her were unitod in marriage at tho
homo of the brido'rf parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Garbor north of this city,
yesterday afternoon, at 3:30 o'clock.
The groom is n rising young physician
and ottjiys a lucrative practice among
tho residents of Inavalo and vicinity.
His brido U a young lady who has
spent all her Hfo in our midst and has
a large circle of friends who wislt tho
young couplo the greatest measure of
i Farm i
I insurance !
1 6crmau - Insurance -Co.J
OF FKKKPOKT, ILL.
s-, I The largest old line company in thee
fr t wesi. t
Fanners Mutual Ins Co J
s ui iuuiusna, ui j.inuuiu. s
Largest mutual in the statu witlip
i over 300 policies iu Webster
JO. C. Teel, Agt.i
1 Kkd Cloud, Neiikaska
A. Iladell was in St. Joo Monday.
II K. Collier of Lebanon was in town
W. N. llichardson wns in Hivcrton on
iron bed, spring and mattress com
plete $0.00 at Miner Bros.
A few of those dandy 'J5c whips to go
at 10c at Hutlur's.
..Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf on
Wednesday, a boy.
A. V Illy of McCook was visiting
friends lieie Tuesday.
Men'jj underwear al We and hosiery
as low us 0c :il tho Fair.
Geo. Overiug mado a business trip
to Kansas City this week.
Miss Viola Ward left Monday morn
ing for a visit witli liieuds al Omaha.
Tho place to buy tinware, glassware,
cruijui't otM niiil icu cream free, ms in
ul the Fair.
Foil Sam: Gurmau millet seed. In
iiulio of F. K. Wiltley, live and onu half
miles south-west of Kcd Cloud.
Spring Is here; mi is Htitlur, with a
full lino of light uud heavy harness at
low prices. Call hoforuyoit buy.
llev. (5. W. llummell will preach at
Ash Crcuk next Sunday at 11 a in. and
at lutivalo in tlio evening at 8 o'clock.
Finest line of iron beds anil fancy
rockeifi in tho valley, at bed-rock
prices til J. C. Wolfed, tho furniture
Farm loans al 5 per cent interest on
good improved land. C. F. Cathor,
ofllco over Cutting's drug store, Kcd
Mrs. W. H Wagnor of Hebron ar
rived in tho city Wednesday evoning
on a visit with her brothers Kd unit
Trace Sherur anil other relatives and
Into ench life hoiuo ruin must fall,
Smart people don't sit down and bawl;
Only foolv suicide or take to llight,
Smart people take Heoky Mountain
Tea ut night.
Ludlow llros. this wcok finished
burning their first kiln of brick for tho
season. They havo a largo force of
men at work and have sale for nil tho
brick they can mako.
Miss Norma llichardson gave u
dnt.cing party to a number of her
young friends Tuesday evening. All
present h.ul n most enjoyable time and
voted Miss Norma a most entertain
ing lilclo hostess.
When You Buy
Buy The Best
AUHTHK llr SIMlll'c? MADF.
1R They hold their color.
5 They lit to perfection.
They wear better than any shirt
yon can buy.
2 1 kindreds of people will "testify
... .1 wl '.wtilltC I
t IU Lliuai; yuuujA;nin.
5 They sell at $i.oo, '.$1.25, 3 1.50.
Men's and Boy's Suits
Special Low Prices on Men's and Boys' Suits.
Men's Pants 75cts to
All the Leading brands made in this country.
That is why thoro
mo nvor twenty
Imitators of 1 1 to
Famous Ohio Cul
tivator I havo
them, four nntl
hix hhovol Mtiko
13 UY THE OKIGIXAIv !
You will want something that you cnu go ovor your your cojii with beforo
It is Dig onouijli to uho 11 cultivator l linvo tho tools that you
want mid tho prico that I make will hiivo you money.
Don't - Let - Anyone - Hold - You - Up.
Seo mo before you buy anything in tho farm tool line. I will mako you
some aitractivo pneas on ti
I will build you ti Job right.
sGouiden-Kaley - Glothincj - Go.
m THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
A young man named Kinney left his
homo near North lhanch last August
with a team, wagon and $70, stinting
south to look nt Oklahoma He was
not again heard from nt home. Late
developments are that he was mur
dered in Dickinson county, Kansas by
11 young man who foil in with him.
Probably tho largost cow in Kansas
is owned by K.Tjnerof llrown county.
It is nine fuel anil eleven inches long,
live feel eight Inches high, nine feet in
girth and weighs over a ton. The
grandmother was a twin, the mother
was a twin, and tho cow itsolf is a
twin Although it is only four years
old it has bad seven livlig calves, giv
ing birth twico to twins and onc to
triplets. The cow is uearly a full
A Clark county, South Dakota, man,
says an exchange, has a wonderful
cow, according to the following posted
sale notice! "Full-blooded cow for sale,
giving milk, three tons of hay, a lot of
chickens uud several stoves." While
wo havo always had the greatest re
sped for meok-vtyeil, gentlo bossy, we
never suspected for a moment that she
would branch out into tho junk-shop
business. And alio full-blooded, too !
no "yaller" dog or post-bole in her
aake upl Too bad.
From the number of candidates
aspiring to nomination on tho republi
can ticket tliis fall, it is a most hopeful
and reassuring indication of republican
sentiinont throughout tho county. The
idea seems quite prevalent that a nomi
nation by the republicans this fnll iu
cquiTiilont to an oluction, and this idea
will bo realized if the party is cautious
about putting up good timber. There
seems an abundant amount of good
material to draw from. Thoro aro no
side issues or complications within tho
paiti's own ranks, and with a reason
able amount of carefulness, tho present
hopeful outlook will continue.
Mrs. E. W. Uoas ontertalncd a num
ber of her lady frionds Thursday
afternoon in honor of hor si3ter, Mrs.
Kdward Hickard of Weeping Water.
During tho afternoon a gum moulding
contest furnished much amusement
for tho guests. Kach lady wits given a
piece of guui and toothpicks with
which to fasbiou som animal. Miss
Stolid Ducker was awarded tho first
prize, a handsome ivory paper knife,
anil the secuntl prizu, a pretty china
plate, fell to Mrs. L. I. Albright. Those
present were: Me-fdatncs Grico, Con
over, Crone, Storey, Haunt, Mitchell,
Albright, Sherwood, Creighton, Wiles,
Frisbie, Wright, Crabill, Itife, Tulloys,
Fulton; Misses Popo, Fuller, Kellogg,
Tho following program has been ar
ranged for Decoration Day:
1. All comrades tire requested to
meet at the O. A H. hall at la-.ilO p. m.,
elmrp, on May IlOth.
2. Column will bo formed by the
miiiHhal in front of O. A. K. bull on
Webhter strwt at 1 o'clock, sharp.
;i. Hand in front of column.
i. Thence by the members of the
Oriiud Army ami nil ex suldlers and
5. Thence by the Relief Corps and
0, Thence by teachers ami Hciiota 01
tho different schools.
7. Thence by tho mayor and city
8. Thence by tho fire department nntl
all civic flocietiee.
0. Thence by citizens on foot, car
riages, wagons, and rough riders, com
manded by Captain Heed.
10. Column will march south on
Webster street to Third avenue, thence
west to Seward street, thence south to
11. On nrrlvlng at cemetery, exercises
will be held by tho Grand Army mid
Hellef Corps, Hag drill by tho Hellef
Corps nml speech by the Hon. H. T.
13. Everybody is cordially invited to
bring flowers and leave them at the O.
A. H. hall.
After tho exercises of the G. A. H
tho unveiling of the McKeighan monu
ment will take place.
Music Red Cloud Band
Address W. J. Bryan
Orntiou Senator Win. V. Allen
Hon. ,lno. R. Thompson of Grand
Island, presiding ollicer.
.1. S. WlllTi:, Chm.
Joseph Pabst and James Sterner,
two "trusty" convicts, escaped from
the Kansas ponitontiary between mid
night and daylight Sunday morning.
They were liromen In the coal mine
boiler house near tho main sheft and
woro not under guard. Thoy scaled
tho west walland woro away somo time
beforo their absence was discovered.
Guards started early in tho morning to
run them down and a hunt was kept
up all day. A horso was stolon Ihree
miles west of tho prison. A report
camo in that the convicts had been
seen going towards K'insas City.
Pabst bail only three months to servo
of a year sentoncn. Sterner hail three
years to servo of a six year seutonce.
A full description, according to Her
tillou measurement, was sent out to
neighboring cuiofs of polico and sheriffs
yesterday morning stating that a re-
waul would be paitl of 0 for the cap
ture of each of the fugitives. Pabst
wns sr ntiMicnil from Cowley county for
grand iurci-n mnl Sterner ffntu Do
catiir county. Knnoas City Star.
Mill Forgy was down from Logan
Thursday. Bill hays Blow ville, up in
1. igau, is nourishing. Say Uiey have
a "hatchery up ili-ro thai hatches
several vaiieties of chit kens, largo
cuotitfh to fry in a few dtiyi have also
organiz 1 several societies, ineludi u
a (i 'If club, and a Ping Pong, with a
base ball nine, cinupowd of Mir.n old
stagers as Hub Henry, John Fni.ier,
Geo. Beardslee, .lull Finzieratid Lyiuaii
Stonn. Blowvilli, he says, it uoiug i
merry gail. Lebanon Journal,
This thing of saying that yon havo
the best goods nt the lowest pi ices is
almost an insult to people of ordinary
intelligence. Everybody knows that
you must handle standard goods a t
reasonable prices to keep up with tho
procession and the use of such lan
guage at once raises the quci-tiuu
whether you are buying at) cheaply as
your quicker wlttetl cnmiitttltor and
whether he cannot undersell you. Al
most all the women nntl a good many
men toeard a penny saved as a penny
earned nntl you can't afford to do any
thing that may drivo one of them away.
OF COD-LIVER OIL WITH
should always be kept in
the house for the fol
FIRST Because, if any member
of the family has a hard cold, it
will cure It.
SECOND Because. If the chil
dren are delicate and sickly, It will
make them strong and well.
THIRD Because, If the father or
mother Is losing flesh and becom
ing thin and emaciated, It will build
them up and give them flesh and
FOURTH Because It Is tho
standard remedy In all throat and
No household should be without IL
It can be taken In summer as weli
as in winter.
uk, ami Si. 00, all dniultti.
SCOTT is DOWNS, Oittabu, N.w Yoifc. .
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