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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1901)
Stove repairs sit W. V. Wright's.
For farm loans call on C. V. Knloy.
Cane soat Rockers $1 i27 at Miner
I Ed. Hurr of Uuidu Mock was hero on
Geo. V. Caster of Rirorton was In
tho city Thursday.
Ed. Overinjj left this week for a
ouplo of weeks vUit at Klmwood,
Prof. II L. Sams left this week for
Klmwood, this state, whero ho will
y spend his summer vacation.
Shafo Kautzman, representing tho
American Typo Founders Co., was
looking after business matters here
The Congregational Sunday schoo
will hold its Children's Day exercis.s
next Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Tho public
is cordially invited.
Do you know what your
hardware has been cost
ing you for the past
You can save money the
next year by buying of
us. We carry a line
complete and of the
best material. You
should see what we
the latest golf pat
terns and spring pillows-.
I Gasoline Stoves
the best and must up-to-date
Standard Oil Co's.
Perfection B at $7.00
A bargain and a fine
piece ef goods.
We want your
trade and will
save you money
to get it.
T 1M11M J
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Thk Chiek $1 per year.
Lonsdale cambric 9c at Miner Hros.
Hy Shepardsos of Kiveiton was lure
K. A. Simpson of Blue Hill was here
10 yards Standard prints for 02c irt
Cnarlie Husheo of Guide Mock vas
Miss Mabel Wells is homo from the
Geo. Fentrcs of (initio Mock was
hot 0 this week.
E. II. Morgan of Alma was doing
business hero this week.
Miss Clara Sehncller has gono to her
home at Clay Center.
T. C. Hacker visited in tho eastern
part of the state this wc k,
Fly nuts and dusters in endless v.v
riety at Fogel & Hutchison's.
Olivor Hodgo is reported as being
sick at his homo north of town.
Special sale of work shirts until
June 1"). 50c shirts nt I)l)c, at tho Fair.
To close out stock I am selling hay
rakes and cultivatois nt less than cost.
New Model sewine machine, cuaran
teed to do Eood work, orico $12.00 at
The H. & M. have tho tower erected
on which to place their new water
tank at the depot here.
Don't target tho date and placo of
the special sulo of nets, dusters and
light harness at Hutlrt's.
Mrs Lulu Fuller departed Tuosday
for an extended summer visit with
relatives at Onawa, Iowa.
The cellar for the Oatman hotel
building is about completed, and the
brick work will bs begun at once.
Foil Sai.K: 2T00 bushols of old corn
in crib at my residence. 40 cents per
bushel. J. II. Haii.kv, Ked Cloud.
Thero will bo regular scrivco bold at
tho Christian church each Lords day
at tho usual hours. II. S. Soudku,
Miss Vonl'ilsum who has been ono of
tho popular teachers in the city schools
left for her homo at Pella, Iowa, Tues
Ward Iliatt is painting, papering
and otherwise remodeling his barber
shop. He will also put a lino lot of
now fixtures in soon.
Herbert Cook of Chicago who has
been here visiting with his parents Mr.
and Mrs. Honry Cook left Saturday
to resume his duties ia that city.
Morhart Bros.' binder twine has ar
rived. Every fifty pounds put up in a
two and ona-half bushel soamless grain
sack. (Jet their prices beforo you buy.
Tho cemetery board are certainly do
sorviitg of grcAt credit for tho ablo and
eflicient manner in which they are
keeping up tho appeal ance of that
The work of tearing down tho build
ing at presont occupied by N. Long
tin's billiard hall will commenco Men
day. Jno. Polnicky will orect a new
two story brick thereon to bo usod as a
Word was received here this week
that the barn on Win. A. May's placo
near Hluo Hill was struck by lightning
Tuesday morning and burned down.
Wo did not hoar whether there was any
insurance 011 it or not
We wish our lorrespondcnts would
endeavor to pet their items in each
week and if possible not later than
than Thursday. No department of
tho paper is looked after by our read
ers more than this. If your locality is
not represented send us in tbe news.
-Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Beatley tecdered
very pleasant lawn party to a lum
ber of their -friends last Tuesday even
ing 5 to 8. A Tory pleasant time was
had and the participants speak very
highly of Mr. and Mrs. Bontley as en
tertainers. Tho Haikell Indian base ball team of
Lawrenoo, Kansas, will play tho Lob
anon, Kansas, baso ball team, at Leb
anon July 3d and 4th, 1001. Tho In
dians are without question the fastest
ball team in the state and Lebanon will
endeavor to keep up her well earned
reputation for putting up a good game.
The institute being held this week is
one uf tbe best attended and moat boa-
oliclal to teachers, ever held in this
county. We aro pleased to note tho
amount of Interest our teachers take in
this manor and hope to see them mado
even more beneficial, ulthough wo
dod't quite see how they can he mado
Manied, on Monday, Juno 10, 1001,
at the homo uf tho bible's parents in
Norman, Kearney county, .Mr. Win,
Koon of this city and Miss Myrtle
Duckworth. The groom is 0110 of Red
Cloud's business mon, a membor of
tho linn of Rifo & Koon, butchers,
The couplo will mako their futurehorao
Imrn Wn nvrnml nnnrrrafntutlnno ami
Hrcad boxes at the Fair.
Good shirtings 5c tho yard at Miner
Tho CiiiKr and Chicago Inter Ocean
no year for 11.25.
Iron bed, spring and mattress com
plete $000 at Miner Hros.
Mrs Caso entertained tho teachers
at her home Monday night.
A lino lino of summer lap robes and
tly nets at Fogel & Hutchison's.
Good milch cow for salo. Enquire of
E J. Wiight, Ked Cloud, Nebraska.
Miss Gorby, formerly teacher in tho
schools of this city, was here this week.
Have you seen tLo latest styles of
nets and dusters? Hutler's is tho place
Lost Large plain gold ring, Findor
will please leturn to J. V. Kunchoy
and receive rewnrd.
t v Taylor was in Hcatrice this
week, attending 11 meeting of the State
Undertakes s' association.
C. II. Kaley returned Saturday from
a sovcral weeks trip down in Oklahoma.
He thinks it is a grand country.
Nets, nets, nets. On Saturday, Juno
22, J. O. Hutlur vill mako a special sale
on nets, dusters and light harness.
K. D. Gaston camo up from Concor
dia Wednesday to look after tho af
fairs of the Nebraska Mercac tile Co.
Finest lino of
rorkers in tho
prices at J. C.
iron beds and fancy
vulley, at bed-rock
Wolfe's, tho furniture
Farm loans at 5 per cent interest on
good improved land. C. F. Cathor,
wflico over Cotting's drug store, Ked
Mrs. Ifrank Henderson of Womer,
Kansas, is hero visiting with hor
daughter, Mrs. 1) II. Kaley, and other
relatives and friends
Insuan cc I
German - Insurance - Co.
OF FREEPORT, ILL.
Tho largest old lino company in the
Farmers Mutual Ins Co.
Of Nebraska, of Lincoln.
Largest mutual in tho stato with J
over 300 policies in Webster
I tfr'jS'fjfjfff'frJff''f. l
0. C. Teel, Agt.j
Rku Cloud, Neiikaska.
Mr. and Mrs. E II. Wrightef Kansas
City are visiting in the city this week.
Mrs. Wrif ht was formerly one of Ked
Cloud's young ladies, (Mist Pearl
Skeen), and at one time prominent in
music circles here.
I J. Drown nnd wife of Now York
City aro hero visiting with M. M. Stern
nnd wife. Mi. Drown hns boon attend
ing tho Muster Plummer's convention
at Kansas City and with his wifo will
visit the principal cities of Colorado.
Cheap trip vo Chicago via Hurling
ton Route. Ono faio plus $2 for tho
i' mini tiip. Tickets on sale June IS,
1!), 11 ni.d 15. Return limit September
15. Additional information about
rates, tickets and train service may be
secured from nearest ngent, H. & M.
R. It. R. J. Fkancis, General Passen
ger. Agent, Hurlington Route, Omaha,
The Fire Department at thoir last
meeting received a complimentary do
nation from tho businosi men of 157.00.
It was somewhat of a surprise to tho
boys as none of them know onything
was being raised for them. W. S.
Dense headed tho list with 110 which
certainly showol that bo appreciated
tho work done by tho department ut
his rccont lire.
During tho heavy storm last Thurs
day morning tho hoase of Mr. Chap
man, northeast of Cowles, wns struck
by lightning and almost entirely
wrecked. Five persons wero in tho
hoase at the tiino and all wero knocked
jenseless and injured moro or less, but
fortunately no ono was Killed. -Fire
broke out but ono of the oecupauts re
covered consciousness in tlino to res
ells the other four and put tho tire out,
This wooK wo received the first copy
of the Ivanhoo Chief, published at
Ivauhon, Oklahoma, by Messts. Span
eglo and White, two former Red Cloud
boys who went to that country recent
ly. Tho papor is a clean, neat and
newsy ono, and is receiving good sup
port for a now beginnor. Tho boys
havo our best wbhos for success in tbe
GENERAl CITY NEWS.
trimming summer drosses
at tho Fair.
Regular $25 00 side boards now f 1(5.00
at Miner Hros.
Alvin l'opo who has been teaching in
Omaha is here.
Regular $18 00 bed room suits now
$1150 at Miner Hros.
If you want a set of light harness
go to Fogel iV Hutchison.
J. R. Vanllorn of McCook visited
with old fi lends in tho city this week.
Pay your subscription nnd get n cal
dilating pencil. Thoy at 0 a little won
der. C W Kaley Is looking after Masonic
lodgo matters in Kansas City this
J.S. Dyer mado n business trip to
Greoly, Colorado, tho foro part of the
A. E. Hcckcr formerly of this city,
now of Omaha, is in tho city greeting
Mr". Levi Mooro left
ing for n visit with
old friends nt
The Farmers Mutual Insurance com
pany adjusted the claim of T. 11. Rich
nrdson this week.
Fishing parties should drop their lino
in the Potter-Wright collar and seo if
thoy eouldnjt hook onto something,
Loucks Xnndciswho has been nt
tending school nt Kearney tins re
turned to his homo hero to spend his
Go to No 1 Third nvenuo for fresh
garden nnd Held seeds of all kinds.
Also headquarters for tho HKST coal
in town. Onion sets, canoseed, Kattir
Don't got sidetracked in business.
Dullness somotimes passos for death.
Mon with brains reach the goal. Rocky
Mountain tea puts gray matter into tho
head. 35c. C. L. Cottilig.
Ghack EiMSCOPAt.: Services Sun
day, Juce 10. "Second Sunday after
Trinity." Morning prayer, litany and
sermon, 10110 a. in. Evening prayer
nnd sermon, 8 p. m. Sunday s hool at
12. Tho public is cordially invited.
Notice: Tho commissioners of this
county will meet as an equalization
board for tno equalization of taxes
from Juno 11th to 18th. Tho regular
county board meeting for tho transac
tion of business will convene on Juno
17th. J. P. Hai.k, County Clerk.
Tho man who looks liko thirty conis
comes UacK to town. Ho waits 'till
darkness covers all; ho waits 'till sun is
down. Ho wants to hido hit sun
burned cheek; ho shuns tho jorring
glnnco. Ho seems ashamed to show
mud on tho basement of his pants. Ho
hides his lish-rods nnd his boots; he
slips away to bed and of the (ish ho
didn't cntcb not ono brief word is said.
In dreams ho sees tbe cork go down he
gives tho polo a yank, nnd lands a bass
that weighs four pounds, upon tho
mossy bank. Thon he awakes nnd his
disguct is something great immense
When his wifo asks, "Jim, what's
wrong?" ho feela liko thirty conts.
It is reported on tho uuthority of the
Columbus Telegram that W. V. Allen
aspires to tho governor's chair of tho
great state of Nebraska. This is iv
laudablo ambition on tho part of Mr.
Allen, and It would havo to bo a pretty
largo chair that ho couldn't (ill clear
out to the arm. Dy tho way, that just
reminds us that Mr. Allen was in Ponca
some years ago to make a .speech, but
was taken sick ( vj and nimble to de
liver it. Wonder if tho Leader would
devote as much free advci Using to this
"sickness" in Candidate Allen ns it did
to tho fact that Candidate Dietrich took
a few schooners of foaming nectar
whon ho was campaigning in Ponca
last fall. When tho Leader supported
Alien for United States sonatoritdidn't
devote very much space to that feature
of his qualifications, Possibly this was
a mere oversight, howover. Northern
Nebraska (Ponca) Joaanal.
Having purchased our
large stock of Wall Paper
for cash we took advan
tage of cash and quality
discounts and are there
fore able to sell it at
We have some nice pat
terns as low as 5c per roll
and from that to 5 dc.
Call and examine our
Chas. L. Cotting,
June witli its hot weather suggests
the above named articles.
J We would suggest our store
the place to
Special prices on MEN'S FINE HALBR1GGAN UN
$ DERWEAR at asc. soc. 75c and $1. 2.
Men's Union Suits in all
The front of our store is filled with straw hats for Chil
dren, Boys anil Men
up to Si. 50. All the
I "Lion Brand"
Fast Friends, Fast
the Best Fitters.
I Prices, $1.00, $1.25
Goutden-Haley - Glothing - Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
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You will want something that you
big enough to umj 11 cult ivator I have tho tools that you want
mid tho price that 1 mako will havo you money.
Don't - Let - Anyone - Hold - You - Up.
Seo mo bel'oio .foil buy anything in
f somo attract ivo prices on n s
xviroxirrv or ipenvir.
X I will build you a job rigid.
If you want anything
in the line of
call and get prices
before giving an order.
PRICES THE LOWEST.
QUALITY THE BEST.
at 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c anil
new shapes and colors.
That ia why thoro '
nro over twouty ,
imltatore of tho
Famous Olio Cul-'
tivator. I havo ,
thorn. Four und
nix nhovol. !Mako ,
can go over your corn with beforo it is
tho farm tool lino I will iniilto
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