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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 28, 1901)
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In the contest for writing
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the greatest number of
times on a postal cnnl, tlio
prizes wcro awareded a9
; O. C. Teel
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9 1st Prize
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1378 times I
The nbovo named nnranna nnn
get their cameras by calling on
Nowhouso Bros, or letting tliem
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Red Cloud, Neb.
Stove repairs at W. W. Wright's.
For farm loans call on C. W. Kaloy.
Stew kettles and fruit jar fillers at
Hfty cent silk foulards at 35c. a yard.
Oi the way to Albright Brothers, a
carload of furniture.
Ora Stickloy of Superior was hero
the Inst of the week.
Mrs. K. Itifo and son Koy will leave
Saturday for a sojourn at Lincoln.
y Fine best French ginghams, regular
430c. a yard, our price 22 e. Minkk
Visitors aro always made welcome at
Albright Uros. whether you purehaso
or not. Always glad to see you.
r Jack Galbraith tho Superior cigar
manufacturer was here Wednesday in
teresting local dealers in his cigars.
-J We will give to the person bring
5 ing us the best sample of
I Wheat in the Stem. I
2nd Prize Oro
quet Set, valued at
No conditions whatever. All
you do is bring us asmallasmplc
of your grain.
I Points of Judgment
LENGTH OF STEM.
LENGTH OF HEAD.
SIZE OF BERRY. I
Contest closts rt 12 o'clock noon f.
July 13th. fr
Bring in your wheat,
havo tho best. It
nothing to show yourgruin and
yon may win one ol tuose priz
es. Thy it anyway.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
I'iik .1!ikki per j ear.
Hilly Francisco of MuConk wns hero
11. D Wald n of Riverton was in tho
Our special price on dollar cot sets is
00c Minkk liitos.
Fly nets and dusters in endless va
riety at Fogel & Hutchison's.
Geo. and Fred Miller, merchants of
Franklin were hore tho tlrst of the
Miss Ethel (lather of Guide Rt.ck is
visiting in the city, tho guest of Mrs. E.
Mrs. L. W. Stayner of McCook was
hero this week visiting with Charley
Ball and family.
Walter Kaley who is holding a posi
tion ot Orleans was hero this week vis
iting the folks.
Don't forgot the date and placo of
tho special sale of nets, dusters and
light harness nt Butler's.
Dr. F. C. Eakins of Goehior, Neb
raska, was hern this week visiting with
his old friend Dr. Creighton.
Bert Morhart was In Lincoln this
week Attending the funeral of Claronco
Winters a former schoolmate and old
J. B. Smith a prosperous farmer from
near North Branch, Kansas was hero
this week and this oftlco acknowledges
a pleasant call.
Latest music by most popular authors
found at Music Store. Any thing not
in since ordered at once. All music at
lowest possiblo prises.
Georgo D Follmer, commissioner of
public lands and buildings, was here
from Lincoln this week visiting with
his old friend Joseph Garber.
Morhart Bros.' binder twino hns ar
rived. Evory fifty pounds put up in a
two and ono-half bushel seamless grain
sack. Got their prices bf fore you buy.
Every other old tewn in this vicinity
will eelnbrnte tho Fourth. Red Cloud,
although building largo brick buildings
and a new brics hotel is still in a coma
Chas. McKcighan .is making somo
good improvements in his tesidenco
property in tho south part of town
putting on n new shingle roof, building
porches and otherwise fixing up.
The Piatt & Frees Lumber Co's. yard
in this city is rapidly nearing comple
tion. The two-story brick office build
ing which is a fino structure wap com
pleted tho foro part of tho week.
Edward Overing Jr. has been en
joying the hospitality of Prof. Sams
at his homo at El pi wood, this state
Ho put in two weeks away from tho
cares of business and says that At'r.
Sams and his folks aro royal enter
The graduating class wont out to the
residence of D. G. Norris last evening
to enjoy a little of Mr and Mri. Norris'
hospitality which is always acceptable.
Owing to the storm they did not get
back until this morning. Avery pleas
ant time is reported.
The W. O. T. U. mass meeting will
be held at the Christian church Sunday
June 80. Mrs Florence Lake of Re
publican City, a well known state
worker, will deliver a gospel temper
ance address. A cordial invitation is
extended to every one.
Geo. Topham and wife returned Wed
nesday from Edgar where ho has been
working in a meat market. Ho had
the misfortune while butchering to
stick a knifo in Ins leg nnd is thereforo
takimr an enforced respite from busi
ness and is walking on crutches.
Wo wish our correspondents would
endeavor to get their items in each
week and if possiblo not later than
than Thursday.' No department of
the paper is looked after by our read
ers more than this. If your locality is
not represented send us in the news.
Tho colored jubileeslngers advertised
last Monday failed to givo a perform
ance on account of the crowd failing to
show up, However two small bovs of
about twelve years of age wore offered
twenty dollars each providing thoy
would run away from homo nnd go
with them. But the boys didn't go.
Tho homo talent show givoa at tho
opera houso last Friday evening was
quito largoly attended nnd heartily on
joyed by nil. Although n number of
participants worn new nt tho busi
ness, so to speak, still nil rendered their
parts in an excellent nnd plensing
mannor, nnd it is to bo hoped that this
offort will lead them to another. Wo
nro always pleased to noto success in a
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tho postollico nt Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho wook ending Juno 27,
M Herman J M Hibbard
Glonn Irwin Mrs C Smith
These letters will bo sent to the dead
lotteti office July 11, if not call
ed for beforo. When calling for abovo
please say "advertised."'!, C. Hack
Broad boxes at the Fair.
Colonial bust forms GO edits each nt
Don't forget that you can buy bolts
cheap at the Fair.
Tho Cuikk and Chicago Inter Ocenn
no yenr for 11.25.
R. S. Proudlit nBd wifo wcro In tho
A titio lino of summer tap robes and
lly nets nt Fogel & Hutchison's.
Miss Myrn Griffith attended com
mencement exercises nt Franklin this
Havo you seen tie latest stylos of
nets and dusters? Butler's is the place
Nets, nets, nets. On Saturday, June
22, J. O. Butler will make a special sale
on nets, dusters nnd light harness.
Finest line of iron beds nnd fancy
rockers in tho vnlley, at bed-rock
prices at J. C. Wolfe's, the furniture
Farm loans nt 5 per cent interest on
good improved land. C. F. Cathor,
office over Cotting's drug store, Red
Lost. Round poarl ring watch
charm with square and cempass in
conttr. Finder please roturn to this
office or to Jas. Chaney.
Fourth of July rates. Tickets on
sale July 3d and 4th, final limit July
5th, within distanco of 200 miles, for
faro and a third. A. Conovkk, Agent.
German - Insurance - Co.
OF FREEPORT, ILL.
Tho largest old line company in the."
Farmers Mutual Ins Co.
Of Nebraska, of Lincoln.
Largest mutual in the state with.
over 300 policies in Webster
O. C. Teel, Agt.,'
Rku Cloud, Nebraska.
Imitntors havo been many. Thought
ful pooplo havo learned that truo merit
comes only witli the genuiuo Rocky
Mountain Tea mado by Madison Modi-
cine Co. 35c. C L. Cotting.
The brick-work on the Wright-Potter
building is progressing tinoly, and by
Saturday the walls will be ready for
tho carpentor work of thi first floor.
About 248,000 brick will bo used iu
building the walls to the grado level of
If some of our subscribers would
stop and think that wo have something
like a thousand or fifteen hundred dol
lars on our books in amounts of two to
tivo dollars, we believe they would
deem it proper to niako us a "pleasant
call" rather than havo the sheriff come
and see us because they did not.
Tho brick work on tho Oatnun hotel
building and Poluicky saloon building
was commenced last Moneay afternoon
nnd nt present is progivssiug rapidly.
Emanuel Fit, has tho contract for the
brick work, which is n guarantee that
It will be a lirst class job. In nnother
week Fourth uvcnuo ltotn Webster
street cast will havo lost all somblauco
of its former self.
Tho Riverton Fratornal Aid lodgo
to tho numbor of over one hundred
camo down last Saturday night on a
special train to attend the return baa
quet given by the Red Cloud lodge.
The train bringing them arrived about
eight o'clock and was mot nt tho depot
with conveyances which took thorn to
Miner's resldouco corner, from which
placo tho lino of march was taken up.
Tho line formed with tho Riverton
band in tho lend nnd marched to tho
Musoiiio hall, whern everything had
boon prepared for their rccoption, and
no palnsor trouble bad been spnrod by
tho homo lodge to make their guests
comfoi table. The program of the oven
ing was an excellent ono and woll ren
dered. Geo. Overing anted as toast
ma iter and master of ceremonies, D.
W. Turnuro delivered tho address of
uolcome, and C. H. Marshall of River
ton made the response Toasts were
nlso responded to by Q. M Castor and
Dr. E T. Spencer of Riverton. Tho
musical part of tho program was nlso a
pleasant fenturo to wliiuh Miss Lillian
Smith nnd Miss Nulliu West added
much, After thy program was com
pleted supper wns announced and tho
large crowd did ample justlco to the
large quantity of viands thai hail been
prepared for thorn. Tho feasting wns
continued until about twelvo o'clock,
when tho Riverton crowd wendod their
way toward the depot, a tired hut
happy crowd. The Rod Cloud lodgo
deserves oredlt for tho able mauner in
which they entertained their guesU.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
If jou until n set of light hames
go to Fogel & Hutchison,
A jib lot ol 20c. box paper to ho sold
out nt H)o. at tho Fair.
Fred Rodgers of Wynioro was visit
ing with f i lends hero the lirst of tho
Herb Conoverof McCook was visit
ing relntives nnd frionds in tho city
Job lot of fancy ribbons, regulnr 10
to lGc, 5 to 1) wide; special 5 and 7c. n
yard at Miner Bros.
There will be regular serivco hold at
the Christian church each Lords day
at tho usual hours. H. S. Souokk,
Finost lino of rocking chairs and tho
greatest variety of dining chairs ever
thrown upon tho tunrkel found at Al
Go to No 1 Third avenue for fresh
garden nnd Held seeds of all kinds.
Also Headquarters tor tlio llhar coal
in town. Onion sots, cane seed, Kaffir
Don't got sidetracked in business.
Dullness sometimes passes for death.
Men with brains reach tho goal. Rocky
Mountain ten puts gray matter into tho
bond. 35c. C. L. Cotting.
Tho sale of harvesters has boon largo
this week, over fifty going out from
this town in two days. Our implement
men hnvo been keeping lato hours
each night lixlng them ready for tho
Hold. This shows that this vicinity is
strictly in it when it comes to small
grain this year.
In tho commissioners proceedings of
last week tho lack of n period in mnk
ing tho copy from the clerk's records
mado us say that C. F. Cathor appor r
ed beforo the board and requested that
C87 acres assessed at 8106 be reduced to
650 and CM acres assessed for $103 bo
reduced to S35. It shouli havo read,
in the one case 4.01 aires and in tho
other 0.GG acres. Thus tho small per
riod lias made a largo mistake.
Last Sunday morning word wns re
ceived hero of tho death of Clarence
Winters, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J.F. Win
ters, which snd event occurred nt Lin
coln on Sunday morning nt two o'clock.
Deceased was about nineteen years
of age, and up to about a year ago has
always resided in ttiis city. Tho catiso
of his death was typhoid fever. The
funeral services were bold in Lincoln
on Tuesday, and the remains were laid
to rest in tho cemetery at that place.
The bereaved parents havo the sym
pathy of our entire community.
Quarterly Review Program.
Program for tho second quarterly re
view, at tbo M. E. Sunday sohoo), Red
Cloud, Nebraska, June 80th, 1001.
10.00 a.m. Opening service.
10.1ft rrophesles f the cemlng Meulnb Mri,
ltevlew of the llfo of Chrlit-Mlu Mable Sun
Singing by tbo school N. 14.
10.23 a.m. Uli parenti, bone and birth Mri.
From Ills birth to IV yeari eld-Mr. Rife.
From 12 to 30 jenri old-Mr. W. A. Mitchell.
Singing by the school-No 84,
10.33 a.m. Parables Miss Clara Kellogg.
Miracles-Mr. J. 0. White.
Discourses Mr. A O. Hornier.
Singing by the scnoel-No.71.
IMS His death-Mr. Chas. HatTke.
Insurrection Mrs. E. Ron.
Krents after his resurrection Mis. C. U.
10.65 Ills ascenslen Mrs. Dow,
Descent of the heir spirit Mrs. Knight.
Ills office and work In heaven Mr. D. II.
Singing by the scheol No, 189.
Collection, announcements and closliig.
11.10 Five minutes Intermission.
11,15 A continuation of tho revlow trill (bo
continued ny tho pastor llcv. Cobb, using the
theme, as a (tzt. "Whnt good thliiKs has he pre
pared for us."
A cordial Invitation Is extended to the child
ren, pnrcnts nnd alt friends of tho Sabbath
school canto to attend this service
Jennie To havo n round beautiful
nock wigglo your head from side to
sido ovory-night and tako Rocky Moun
tain tea. It's a short cut to a graceful
form. 85c. C. L. Cotting.
w Are Ymst KMaeya t
Dr. nobbs' flpanuras Fills core all kidney Ills. fMe.
tie free. Add.BntUna Bemedr Ca.Cblcatoor W.T.
! Two Cool
Chas. L. Cotting, I
THE DRUQQIST. I
)' - -mmimmf
Big -Jane Bedatnoi
I Boy's and Children's
I Knee Pants Suits
We propose to sell every child's suit in our
store by July ioth, (our invoice time,) if the
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 these goods
and it will pay you to come at once in order
to get the choice things.
2 THE STORE THAT
I Lr If IB Hal iaV tUk
You will want something that you can go ovor your corn with beforo It Is 1
lilrr nnnnrrti fn iioa n milt Irotnti T ImiiA lv 4nt.. i.i.i. . .
. vuuuu a uu.v;u" , x ""V luo louia you want
and tho price that I make will snvo you money.
Don't - Let - Anyone - Hold - You - Up.
Hoo mo boforoitou buy anything In tho furm tool lino. I will make you
Unntll flttavfl nttlfn unlnnti nt ..
IKOMIIv OR JPUJVtr.
I will build you 11 job right.
Mr. W.O. Dimmick aud family left
last Wednesday for his new home in
Chicago. We are sorry to have our
good citizens leave us, ana one ana an
wisn tnem success in meir new come.
Mr. Arthur Hampton and Mis Ora
Sbottenkirk wero married last Wednes
day by Rov. Cummlajc. Thoy havo
crono to housokeepint; on quality row.
May happiness attonu mom una luoir
troubles be few.
Kd. Simpson and family havo return
ed from California and will again ninko
their home with us. We are glad to
welcome goou citizens Homo.
Illmt Hill wunt In thn Illun Inst Sun.
dny. Hnnd and Orchestra A gala day.
Tim H X'. M. (1 id not run nnvtrnlns. Hi'
tho way, tho railroads are ulono in tho
obsurvanco of the Sabbath. Oh for a
little homo missionary work,
it. A. Simpson and family are visiting
relatives iu Now York, tho homo of
thoir youth. Thoy aro also taking in
tho Pan American Exposition.
Our farmers are very busy harvest,
ing their wheat. Wo miss them off our
Ono firm hero sold SG binders, an
other 32, Another sold all ho had and
could got no more. Three carloads of
twin sold tho past weok. Wo arb do
ing somo biz. Columuus.
Low rates via the Burlington. 13.00
to Beatrice and return June SOth to
I LIlJ If i
ii i i
$1.20 upwards. '
- Clothing - Go.
That is why there1
are over twenty,
Imitators of the
Famous Olio Cul-1
H?ator. I havo ,
m. Four and.
July 4th. A program of extraordinary
merit has been prepared. V. S. Sena
tor B. R. Tillman, of South Carolina,
Rev. Frank W. Gunsalus of Cdlcago,
Rev. Thomas Dixon, Jr., of Now York,
Mrs. Maud Ballington Booth are among
tho oloquent speakers who will address
tho assembly. Tho second regiment
band of Nobraska will clve dallv nnn.
certs. Tho original Flsk Jubilee singers
anciiuouiiuniwniualo quartotto will
also bo there. Numerous other nttrao-
tions servo to conibino a rare intolloct
li:il trout uttli mi Iiiuvnn.,u:.... ..... .
tor information about tickets and train
service appiy to nearest ngenl B. & M.
U U. II. Ot- Wrltn tn . I KVnnnla l'0nm.,.l
Passenger Agent, Omuhn, Nobraska.
W 9 w -
Ladles Can Wear Shoes
ono shjo smaller after using Allen's
i-uuf.uaav, ii (jimuur 10 do snaKon into
tllO HhnOS- It 111 111.-no lrrl, n.nn,l.n...
. ......,wu ? w urn OUUl'J
fool easy; gives instant relief to corns
and bunions. It's tho greatest comfort
discovery of tho ngo. Cures end pro.
vonts swollen feot, hlistors, callous and
soro spots. Allon's Foot-Easo is a cer
tain cure for sweating, hot, aching feot.
At a II druggists and shoo stores, 25o.
1 rial paokuge FREE by mail. Address
nuuu o. imuaieu, 1.1U iioy, Si, X,
Farm for Sale.
llnlf spptliin llvn mllr.a (pnm T.l
Cloud. One of thn host unlnml fai-,.a
in Webster county,
J. W. WAM.IX,
Red Cloud, Neb.
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