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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 2, 1901)
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KED CLOUD, XEBKASKA, AUCSUST 2, 1901,
Men's regit hi r IlOo
2 dozen Ladies
Black Hear Hofo
5 yunU of
Red Cloud, Nebr.
2 yards Fancy
Bad judgment often results in empty
purses. The wise use of your money
provides for the happiness of the future.
You can waste nothing by taking ad
vantage of this.
Great 19e Sale.
You get the best for your cash and
the most careful attention to your wish
es. We do not limit the amount ol
your purchases to any article. Buy as
many of each as you like and as often.
These are goods which provide for
wour wants at a saving of money.
600 yards of host French Gingham, yd 19o
5 patterns of Linon Finished Damask, yd 10o
3J4 yards good quality Shirting . 10o
5 yards Apron Check Ginghams lOo
0 yards Cabot Unbleached Muslin lOo
2 pairs men's Canton Flannel working gloves 10o
American A 2-bushcl grain sack .. . lOo
25, :i0 and SSo
2 yds 10, 12 and
lfus dimities and
Sample Lino of
Ladies' 25c Knit
Vests and Pants
Men's 25 and 50u
Ladies' 25 and 00c
Collars nnd L'Aig
Ion Neckwear at
2 yards Fancy
4 yards Fancy
W. B. ROBY,
Flour, Feed, Oats, Corn,
Bated Hay and Coal Oil.
HARD - AKTX - JSOSri - COAI.
No. 1 Third Avenue, Red Cloud, Nebr-,'. Phone No, 51.
Dixon, 111., July 00, 11K)I.
Kind Headkks: With the permis
sion of tbo editor I will chat with you
for a few moments through the col
umns of the dear old 'CiliKr'. The
tirst thing I will tell you about is our
trip to Fuller's Cave, thrco miles up
Kock river. Fastening our boat, the
party which consisted of two Chicago
girls, the German professor and yours
truly, proceeded to the cave, which is
similar to numerous ones found among
the Arkansas hills, but can not com
pare with them in their wealth of onyx
and beautiful; stones which those moun
tains alone can boast. A spring, the
first t had seen in lllinoH, was tlowing
from it and babbling down the hillside.
The sides of the cave weio covered
nro likely to bo used for frinttnff
coffooT If you know, you would Im
euro to demand
which Is novor coutnmlnnlm! with
unynlniltmof any sort, rltliorcrait
or liio-Jnt pure, frosh, stroiiR,
f niKrtuit cotleu.
Tim mihIihI pacVnuB Inminxi uni
form iiualltr aal (rmhnwa.
ivaly family they were as well as hap
py. There was also a baloon ascon
s Ion and after the coucert we took the
with names wri'.ten in ink and pencil noxt car lor the bay and on reaching
I Scissors Ground, !
PLATT & FREES CO..
Chicago - Lumber - Yard.
KED OLOUD, NKBKASKA.
ALL KINDS OF EDGE!
Bob Harkley cS: W. F. Lodge j
llarber bhop. J
First door south of StarJ
1irikft-i nnrl pncrnitrnnt ' '
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All kinds of barber work executed
promptly and satisfaction
GIVE - US - A - CALL, j
"Itumber, !.Lime, Coal and I.Cement.
1 Educate Tour Kernels With Cuscarets.
. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forerer.
t9o,aeo. K c. o. O. fall, druggists refund money.
and a few cut in the rock; of course we
followed suit. The base of the hill was
fertile with shrubs and vines, among
them blackberry and gooseberry bushf.
Climbing its steep sides wu found our
selves on a level sc po of country. cov
ered with grass and trees among which
nestled wild strawberries. Clamber
ing down the feitli) auovo the cavu we
gathered honeysuckles and other wild
ilowcrs. About four o'clock wo de
scended and refreshing ourselves with
tlid cool wateis of a spring house, also
the tirst of its kind that I had seen
here, ve launched out again and
rowed two miles further up tho river.
Wo passed daisy-dotted islands, on
which were seen tishornion's tents
while they were out in their boats
drawing in nets of llsh. As tho sun
begairsinklng in tho west wo turned
homeward and passed Stoinnian's col
lege a largo stono edilieo standing
alono on tho banks of the river. Tin
country was broken on either side re
minding my companions of Virginia
while I thought of tho Arkansas hills.
Strains of Juniata, My Old Kentucky
Home, and other favorites floating o'er
the water together with boats skim
ming homeward and all nature peo
pling for its night of repose created a
scene that was beautiful indeed.
A trip of great interest and pleasure
to mo was nn excursion to Whitelish
liny six miles from Milwaukee on Lake
Michigan, over two hundred mils
northeast of Dixon. Wo left at 0 a.m.
aud passed through several stations
before we stooped a few minutes at
west Chicago, sixteen miles farther
and wo matte a short stop at Chicago,
passing through the western side of
the 'Windy City'. Wo saw very little
of the metropolis.
Fort Sheridan is a lovely place but
wc did not oven make a halt there and
had very little time to admire its
beauties. Coming to Kacine, Wis
consin, wo passed by tho immense
breweries and iron works of that city
and I must i.ot omit the occasional
glimpses of Lako Michigan in the dis
tance with steamers gliding o'er her
bosom having tho appearance of white
swans. At last wo reached Milwaukee
where tho train stopped a few moments
and we ventured on terra llrnm once
more and going to the wharf gazed on
tho beauties of the lake; as the bell be
gan to ring wo scrambled for the train
and were soon at our destination. A
short walk brought us to the park
overlooking tho bay and after lunch
we went down ou the beach and spent
about two hours pioking up pebbles
aud listening to tho waves. To one
who had never seen a large body of
water it was a treat indeed aud the
many boauliful shades of green and
blue depicted on tho surface, together
with tho dashing waves is a never-to-be-forgotten
there wero no boats t bo secured
and we wero denied the pleasure of
taking a boat to Milwaukee, but in
stead took tho electric cars and as our
time was limited we did nut see much
of that great city, but 1 noticed some
of tho most beautiful fountains it lias
ever been my fortune to see. On going
back wo stopped at Coney Island, a
village about midway between tho city
and the bay. There we saw numerous
parrots and In a largo cage bearing the
inscription 'A Happy Family' were old
monkeys and baby monkeys, a white
pig, u black pup, a goose, a duck, aud
one poor little lone chicken; a rather
the park found our party engaged in
a game of ball in which wusoon joined.
Tho professor was detoi mined to stay
till eight as it was rumored that tho
last train left at eleven, but wc llnnlly
persuaded him to como and on reach
lug the train found it was tho last one
aud started at seven. Thoru win one
feature especially caught my attention
and that was tho sale of beer oa every
street and corner and wherever 1 wont
1 was confronted by advertisements
displayed in largo aud conspicuous let
tors. Tho most popular kind was
Schlilz, tho beer that made Milwaukee
famous. Contrary to my expectations
there did not occur to my knowledge
a single light or trouble of any kind
nlthough there wero beer bottles on
every side. A boy wont through with
a half bushel basket gathering up tho
empty bottles and had it nearly full
when ho came to our car. News of nn
accident to tho section ah'jad of us
caused n stop near Kacine and wo
wero informed that wo could not roach
Dixon before live tho next morning,
but it wjs a falso report and wo ar
rived safely at 1:30 a.m. feeling well
repaid for our trip. I, lor ono was not
prepared for tho surprise in store for
us, i.o. my much loved teacher had
been quietly married to tho 'Collogo
star baseball pitcher of the west' nnd
though wo wanted her all to ourselves
wo have to bo content with tho new
order of things.
Mvictlk Ukwitt, Dixon, Ills.
It is reported tha". ve aro to havo a
colored barber, Mr. Samuels.
Guy & Garrison have sold several
corn binders. The farmers intend sav
ing tboir fodder.
I. B. Colvin and wife were both on
tho sick list last week.
H. Marcus' new house is nearing com
pletion. J. II Keevo and R. White wore down
from near Cowlos today.
H. Bird is in Oklahoma prospecting.
Henry Uilham was looking after
fences hero this week.
A Mr. Williams from eastern Neb
raska was here this week toukiug for a
location and likes it hero.
1. B. Colvin sold I. H. Bird's farm
this year for 14,500.
I. B. Colvin and J K Garrison were
at tho county seat Wednesday.
S me local shower.
Mrs. Richard Konglo will loavo for
her homo at Cambria, Wyoming on
Labrn Aubushon threshed GOO bush
els of wheat from seventy acres.
Kov. Campbell and Elder .Hoster of
N nth tBranch will bo at District 8
Sunday, Aupust 11, at 11 a.m. for tho
purpose of arranging for a grove meet
ing to bo held in tho nenr future. They
closed a very successful camp meeting
at North Branch on July 29th with
aTho Fruit boys havo finished thresh
ing in Lino and havo gone to Kansas.
Wonier had ono of tho beat rains of
tho season Saturday night.
Mathcs Uros. buy hogs right along
just as if it had uovcr been dry.
Corn is looking lino slnco tho rain ""
and some farmers aro still cultivating.
Mrs. 1). T. King has been quite sick
but is getting nlong nicely now.
Mrs. Pounds Is improving nicely.
Kiiinin, F.lllo nnd Or a Clark and
Sadiu Armitstead wero tho guests of
Miss Tena I'ounds Sunday.
J. Kosencrans and Miss May Koson
crans were guests of Kov, Armitstead
F.dd Mottc.', Byron Gross and Undo
D.n went to Franklin Sunday to camp
meeting. Uncle Dan says ho talked
with friends who had boon dead ten
years by tho help of some of tho spirit
ualists Sunday. Dan says them spirit
ualist women nearly get a fellow in tho
notion of dying so he can lie with them
all tho while. Ono more trip to Frank
lin and tho boys will be dnft sure.
Miss Ayors is teaching music to n
number of our young folks lu and
Steam threshers uro eiiito common
hero at present, throe in sight at a
Joo McCracken and Mr. I'rout havo
a now power thresher and aro keeping
right up with the steamers.
Fritz Coats lost his pocketbook and
8117 on his way to Womer lately. Fritz
says: "Ain't mm mo unnuiesi hu-k
anyway, it was all tho money ( had."
Tho creamery is going tight up again
nnd will bo doing businos in a few
davs. Tho loss of tho creamery has
boon sorely felt during this hot weather
as only a fow could tako caro of their
loo cream and pop aro on tap every
day at Womer.
Two more new families for Wonier.
That means two more residences. Wo
mer is on tho boom. Como along or
your chances to get a town lot will bo
Tho boauty thief lias come to stay,
Unless you drive tho pimples and
Do this; don't look liko a fright;
Take Kockv "Mountain Tea tonight.
C. L. Cotting.
Grain ranch and COO acre pasture for
rent. T.J. MoKinny, Hoxio, Kansas.
Haw Arc Tur Ktdacys f
Dr. Hobbs' Sparaius Pills cure all kidney Ilia. ta
If a dealer asks you to tako some
tiling said to be "just ns good as Kooky
Mountain Tea made by Madison Mod
ieiuo Company," ask him if he makes
mote money. C. L. Colling.
Tho Ciiikk aud Chicago Inter Ocoan
no year for $l.sr,
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Does not depend on the start but ou the
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and at last he falls and fails. The cause?
Generally "stomach trouble." No man
is stronger than his stomach. Business,
haste leads to careless and irregular eat
ing. The stomach ami other organs of
digestion and nutrition become diseased.
The body is inadequately nourished and
so grows weak.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of digestion and nutrition. It
strengthens the stomach and so strength
ens the whole body which depends on
the stomach for the nourishment from
which strength is made.
There is no alcohol in " Golden Medical
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