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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 21, 1901)
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In tho contest for writing
"Newhouse Bros, sell
tho greatest number of
times on i postal enrd, the
prizes woro awareded ns
O. C. Teol .
Mrs. Nellie Finch
1st PrizH. .. .
2d " .. .
8d " ..
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Tho abovo named persons can
got their cameras by calling on
Nowhouso Bros, or letting them
know what disposition tkey wish
made of samo.
Cards on exhibition
in our window
Red Cloud, Neb.
Stova repairs at If. ff. Wright's.
For farm Unas oall en C. TV. Kaley.
Stow kettles aid fruit jar fillers at
Fifty eonlsilk foulards at&Jt.ayard.
Mrs. Tripp anil faulty left Hiis week
for Gclwine, Iowa.
Miss Florence Merrick loft this week
Utr a visit to Lincoln.
Miss IiOtercheck left this week far
a month's visit at Uclvidere.
Fine best French pinghamis, regular
30o. a yard, our price 22r. Mink
John Winters, formerly of this city,
now of Lincoln was shaking hands
with friends here this week.
Miner Bros, shipped live cars of cat
tle and Geo. Coon threo cars of cattle
to Kansaa City an I Morhart & Cuttor
three cars of hogs to St. Joe this week.
One half of the
world does not
know how the
other half lives.
But the people who trade
with us know they buy
their hardware cheaper
than anyone else.
Wo want to call your attention
to tho lino of
Cherry Pitters 6Tc
Sweat Pads 25c
Mrs. Potts' Sail Irons, sot ?5o
2 Holo Gasoline Stovo 13.00
Wire Screen per sq. ft. lju
Binding twino at money-saving
All sizes and kinds of
preserving kettles always
We want your
trade and will
save you money
to get it.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
'IiiK Chirk 31 per year.
J.'lui Fulton of UiviM'ton was in tho
Attorney 0. V. Tlbbitts of Hastings
was hero Monday.
Our special price on dollar cot sets is
69c Miskk Bkos.
Archio Camuboll wa horo from
Guide Rock Monday.
M. W. Dickerson mado a businoss
trip to Blue Hill Sunday.
Fly nets and dusters In endless va
riety at Fogc' & Hutchison').
Hot J. W. Richards and wifo left
Monday for a Tislt at Tobias.
Mri. J. M. Carnahan of Riverton was
shopping in the city Wednesday.
E. T. Benton and John Greenhalgh,
tho Cowle? merchants wero here Sun
day. Mrs. Wood of Cowles was visiting
hor danghter Mrs. Paul Story hers this
Hutchison of Cowles was
week looking after business
Archie Martin and
are visiting with M. S
wifo of Hi'Btlngs
Martin and wifo
Miss Lola Spaulding of tfivorton is
boro visiting with tho familly of Mrs. J.
Mrs. F. d Turnnre loft Sunday for a
isvoral wteki visit with friends in
Uon't target the elate anil placo of
tka speeial sale af lots, dnstors ana!
light harness at Bailer's.
Miss Etkellae Thurmond ana! sister
of Mattings were visiting ia tho aity
tka fore part of tka week.
Miss Mania award is visiting with
friends ia Franklin and attending tke
graduating extra ses thsre.
Miis Mareio Stover wne has Wsen
visiting with Mrs. J A. Tulleys has re
turned to her heme at Edgar.
Unhurt Mitchell who is attending
mudicul colligo is horo and will remniu
for u several months vacatiau.
Mrs. Jos. Pardo and daughter, of
Coaucil 31nff-j, Iowa, are visiting hero
with her lister, Mrs. Ella Dickerson.
Tho district court was in session hero
this week. A report of tho proceedings
will bo fou id elsewhere in this issuo.
An eight vound girl was born to Mr.
and Mrs. CLarlio Turner on last Tues
day. Dr. Cfoighton reports nil doing
Cards are out announcing the mar
riago of Miss Dollio Shophcrdson who
is well known in this city to Dr. Wal
den of Beatrice.
Charley Busl oa of Guide Rock was
horo Thursday. He was accompanied
by his father, John Busheo of Hart
ford, N. T , who is oat on a visit.
Morhart Broe.' binder twino has ar
rived. Hvery fifty peunds put up in a
two aid eao'batf bushol seamless grain
saek. Got their prices before yoM buy.
MissAbbio Larrtok of Otto visited
tho first of the week witk L. H. Rust
and wife, while oti hor way to attend
the state Sunday school oonventien at
Frank Yost and wife of Holdrego
wero visiting with G. J. Warron and
wifo this week. Mr. Yest was hero
superintending some changes in the
John Amnck, of Ansolmo, this state,
is horo visiting with relatives and
friends. Ho lind thn minfortuno to
hronk his aim vhil hauling hay, nnd
is in consrquenco taking nn enforced
I. Rosencrans of Womer, Kansas,
has lately roturned from a trip to Ok
lahoma. Ho thinks that is a great
eountry but believes a man who has a
homo hero is foolish to sacrifice it to go
to that oountry.
We wish onr sorrespondents would
endeayor ta get their items in each
week nnd if possible not later than
than Thursday. No department of
tho papor is looked after by our read
ers moro than this. If your locality is
not ropresentcd send us in tire news.
Miss Viola Ward of this city has tho
proud distinction of receiving the high
ost marks in tho spelling contest at tho
lato institute, or 1000 words spelled.
A prize of 8100 will bo given by tho
sUto superintendent for the most suc
cessful spellor in n contest which will
comooff at Lincoln later. Mies Ward,
being successful hero, will go to Lin
coln and compote for the pri.se.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postofiice at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for the week ondlng June 20,
Kimmor, O. N.
Robinson, J. C.
Maloue, J. M.
Shickley, J. M.
Those letters will bo sent to tho dead
letter ofllco July 4, If uot call
od for before. Whou calling for abovo
ploase say "advertised." T, O. Hack
; bb, Postmaster.
Hi end bous nt the Fair.
A. M. Walters of Hluo Hill wns here
F. A. Sweray of
the short session
Hluo Hill attended
of court hero this
Colonial bust forms GO c( uts each
Don't forgot that you can buy bolts
cheap at tho Fair.
The Chirk and Chicago Inter Ocean
ne year for 81.2f.
A lino lino of summer lap robes and
II f nets at Fogel A: Hutchison's.
Leslie Grnvcs who is now firing on
the B. & M. was bore Saturday.
S. F Spokcsliold was looking after
business matters at Hebron this week.
Miss Myrn Griffith attended com
mencement exercises at Franklin this
Have you 6Con tho latest styles of
nets and dusters? Butler's Is tho placo
Samuel Garber and family left this
woek to mako their future- home at Al
Nets, nets, nets. On Saturday, June
22, J. O. Butler will mako a special salo
on nets, dusters and light harness.
A bad cave in oi the north side of
the Wright-Potter cellar necessitated
tho rebuilding ef a portioH of the wall.
Finest line of iron beds and fancy
rockers in the valley, at bed-rock
prites at J. C. Wolfe's, tho furniture
Farm loans at
5 por eonl interest an
lanri. C. F. Cther,
eftfee aver Catling's
drug store, Red
Ki Tayler of Marysville, Misioiri,
arrived in tho aity Saturday evening
on an extended visit will) kis uncles F.
L H. Fort and wife left Wednesday
for a several days visit at Denver nnd
will also visit at Colorado Springe,
Manitou and other points of interest
German - Insurance - Co.
OF FREEPORT, ILL.
L'l'ho largest old lino company in the
Fanners Mutual Ids Co.
Of Nebraska, of Linaoln.
kLnnrest mutual in tho state with;
over 300 policies in Webster
O. G. Teel, Agt.,i
Red Cloud, Nebraska..
Riverton and Blue Hill aro both bill
ing tho country for Fourth of July cole
brutions. Red Cloud will probably
furnish a good quota for each placo as
there will bo no celebration horo.
The brick work on tho Pottor-Wrlght
building is progtessing nicely. Con
siderable troublo has been had, caused
by the cellar wnlls enving in, and in
somo instances impairing tho brick
Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Brown who have
been visiting with M. M. Stern and
wifo loft Monday for a visit at Kansas
City and points in Colorado after
which they will return te their homo at
New York City.
Thn building formerly occupied by
N. Longtin's billiard hall was torn
down this week, and this morning the
work of excavation was commenced.
Tho work will be rushed as fast ai pos
sible in ordor that the Oatman building
and tho Polnlcky building can go up
at tho samo time.
Sheriff Wells on Monday received a
mossage to go ta Blue Hill and "ct ns
coroner npon the remains of Randolph
Borchbold, who committed suicide.
Tho deceased .sot lire to tho house and
then shot himself through tho hoad.
Neighbors discovered tho tiro and ex
tinguished it, but not howevor until
the remains had been ba dly burned
No causo is given for tho deed.
Judge Adams last Monday handed
ifown his decision in tho caso of tho
city of Red Cloud vs. the Moon estate,
whereby tho city gets tho largo build
ing in tho Moon block at proscnt occu
pied by Alfred Hadell. Through this
decision tho city will recover all tho
electric light bond uionoy. I'o Mr
Chaney and Mr. MoNeny, who prose
cuted this caso for tho city, ii duo groat
credit for tho ablo and elllciont manner
in which they did thoir work. Tho caso
will in all probability go to the supreme
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GliNERAl CITY NEWS.
S. C. Smith of Beatrice, was lieie this
A. 11 Sprnclier of Cowles wns hero
Dr. F. E. MeKeeby of Superior was
hero this week.
Will Yelscr of Oxford
was horo tho
rtrstof the wcok.
first of the
was horo tho
Geo. Ross and wifo of Clyde, Kansas,
wore hero Wednesday.
Mrs. John Storey of Cowles was
shopping horo Tuesday.
If you want a sot of light harness
go to Fogel & Hutchison.
A job lot of 20o. box papor to bo sold
out at 10c. at tho Fair.
J. R. Cantlin and wife of Blair woro
visiting hero this weok.
M. Lovitt of Guido Rock has bcon in
tho city several days this week.
John Marsh of Guido Rock was hero
Tuesday looking after business matters.
Mrs. I. W, Edson spent several days
hero this week visiting with her bus
Pay your subscriptio n and got a cat
culating pencil. They aro a little won
F. E. Yost of Holdrego was here this
week lookiug after some telephono
Mrs. Geo. Lemming of Crawford is
visiting with Wm. Parkes and wife
T. E. Penman and wife left Saturday
for a trip to the Pun-American exposi
tion at Buffule.
Jea lot of faioy ribltaus, rtgnlar
to 15c , ft to 9 wide; special 5 and 7c.
yard at Miner Bros.
Miss Jessie Ducker wko has keen at
tending sahool at Liucelu returned
home Saturday evening.
Rev. McKimnoy of Hildrcth was vis
itit'g in tho city tills weak, the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). Brown.
Thcro will be regular scrivco held at
tho Christian church each Lords day
at tho usual hours. H. S. Souokk,
J. N. Hartranft of Crawford, G. C.
Hollibaugh of Marsland and A. L. Hoi
llbaugh of Lexington wero in tho city
Mrs. Carl Jenkins who has been vis
iting with her mother and other rela
tives and friends hero has returned to
her home at Beatrice.
Go ta No 1 Third avenno for fresh
garden and field seeds of all kinds.
Also headquarters for Hio BEST coal
in town. Onion sets, cano seed, Kaflir
M. M. Stern and wifo gave a very
pleasant picnic at Anboy last Sunday,
in honor of I. J. Brown and wife. A
very pleasant titno is reported by the
Br. A. J. Cole af Oxford was hore
Thursday night helping with tho work
of the Ccmmandery Masonic lodge. A
pleasant repast was served at Bonso'a
far the members.
One estimate of the wheat crop this
yoar says it will bo the best and an
other that it will bo tho best but one.
Eithor result will help heap tho meas
ure of prosperity.
Don't got sidetracked in business.
Dullness sometimes passes for death.
Men with brains reach tho gonl Rocky
Mouutuin ten puts gray matter into tho
head. 800. C. L. Cotting.
A p'irty of Masons comprising T. A
Wilburn, C. II. Knloy, L. P. Albright,'
S. Day, A. Gnlusha, W. A. Mitchell and
J. W. Tulleys wero at Oxford Mondny
night helping out with initiation work.
Imitators have boon many. Thought
ful people have learned that truo merit
cornea only with the genuine Rocky
Mountain Tea made by Madison Medi
cine Co. SSc. C. L. Cotting.
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 53c.
Call and examine our
Chas. L. Cotting,
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Boy's and Children's
Knee Pants Suits
We propose to sell every child's suit in
store by July ioth, (our invoice time,) if
price cuts any figure.
We will sell so near cost price that the profit
left will just pay the expense of getting the
goods from the factories.
We have a good assortment of those goods
and it will pay you to came at oce in order
to get the choice things.
THE STORE THAT
You will want something that you
me enougii 10 1180 11 cuiiiTuiur. i uuvo 1110 iooib that you want
nnd tho price that I mako will savo you money.
Don't - Let - Anyone - Hold - You - Up.
Seo mo liororo 011 Duy any tiling 111
XVIJVIXiryl OR I?JMJP.
I will build you a job right.
Womer will celobrate tbo Fourth in
grand shape, at loast from appearances
and the way stand sites sold the pros
poets must be bright. The Beltaire
band will furnish tho music. Every
body como and bavo a good timo.
Miss Jessie Henderson is clerking in
Mathos Bioj). store, also tho Clark
sisters, Emma and Alta.
Mrs. Pounds is some hotter. She tins
been poorly for a long timo and every
ono is glad te soo her getting better.
Wheat harvest hus begun in earnest.
Several now barverting machines
have mado their appearanco iu this
Corn is looking Uno sinco tho rain.
11. T. King has a huociop'of clurrios.
Tho bnll gamo for Saturday at Wo
mer will bo quite an attraction as Sher
wood wants to get even with Hummer.
Tho boys fuol sorn over their defoat
somo time ngo.
Matties llios. shipped quito a num
ber of hogs this wcok,
Mrs. Will Williams has a fino now
Somo of our young mon who havo
been harvesting have returned.
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- Glothing - Go.
That is why there'
are ever twenty,
imitators of "tho
Famous Olio Cul-(
tivator. I have ,
them. Four and
six shovel. Mako
can go over your corn with before it is
in oiurm 1001 uno. I will mnko vou
Rer. Clarence Yost delivered a ser.
mon at Ash Creek shurah last Sunday
Mrs. Pearl Alloa is oa tho siek list
this woek. She is under the care ol
Dr. Moranvillo of Guido Rook.
S. O. Andrus has had another pleeo
of sod land broken ap sinco tho lato
Tho heavy rains of tho past week
havo somowhat retarded tho cultiva
tion of crops, the ground beiug too wet
to bo worked.
Doan Smith and Bert Dow departed
Thursday for tho sunflower staU in
search of miniaturo fortunes.
Mrs. Baxter's daughter and grandson
aro horo from tho oam on a short visit.
Wosioy Throckmorton and wifo were
in Garfield ono day this weok.
Tho cherry soason is about over, but
tho birds (wingless ones), appeared to
onjoy thomsolvos while the cherries
Jonnio--To havo a round beautiful
nock wiggle your head from jsido to
sido every night and take Rooky Moaa
tnin tea. It's a short cut to a graceful
form. 3Sc. C. L. Cotting.
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