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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1901)
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Red Cloud, Neb.
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Stovo repairs at W. W. Wright's.
DE. T. Benton of Cowles was in tho
H. E. Grlce moved into his new resi
Oa. the way to Albright Brothers, a
carload of furniture.
Honry Bird of Guide Uock was in tho
ity tho foro part of tho wek.
R. S. Proudlit and wife of Guide
Itock wero in tho city Wednesday.
P. A. Walls of South Omaha was
looking after legal business here this
J. S. Marsh, one of Guide Bock's
enterprising merchants, was in the
G. H. Hollister was called to McCook
the fore part of the week. Ho returned
homo last evening.
Visitors are always made welcome nt
Albright Bros, whether you purchase
or not. Always glad to seeyou.
You Need a
In buyinS a new stovo
jou want tho ono that
gives the best satisfac
tion; that consumes tho
least fuel and costs a
Come In and look over
the full and complete
We want your
trade and will
save you money
to get it.
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Muik t'arkes of McCook was licit;
The Fair, does not mean the county
fair but The Fair Store.
A. .1. Hayes of Guide Hoek
"politiekcn" here Wednesday.
Col. J. S. Hoover and wife of
Hill were in the city Wednesday.
Grain ranch and COO arte pasture for
lent. T. J.McKinnv, Hoxie, Kansas.
Have you seen
nets and dusters?
tbo latest styles of
Butler's is the place
Mrs. II. J. Ciaik left yesterday for a
visit with her pat cuts and othtr friends
Don't lorgcl the date and place of
thospeuial sale of nets, duplets and
light harness at llutloi'.s.
F. G. Turtitiro left Tuesday for the
eastern markets to buy the fall and
winter stock of goods for the linn.
Tho Red Cloud Fair Store is not as
large as tho Chicago Fair, still you can
lind almost anything you want there.
Finest lino of iron beds and fancy
rockers in tho valley, at bed-rock
prices at J. C.
Farm loans at
Wolfe's, tho furniture
5 per cent interest on
land. C. F. Cather,
office over Cotting's
drug store, Red
Finest lino of rocking chairs and the
greatest variety of dining chairs ever
thrown upon the market found at Al
C. E. Yost of Holdrege, tho telephone
man, was here this week looking after
the interests of the Nebraska Tele
H. J. Clark left today for Lima,
Indiana, whero he goos to erect a
monument over the grave of Mrs. E.
E Ladd, formerly of Inavale.
Helps young ladies to withstand the
shock of sudden proposals, that's wkat
Rocky Mountain Tea has done. 3sc.
Mado by Madison Medicine Co. C. L
Frank Hollz n former resident of
this city, and at one time yardmaster
In tho B. & M. yards here, arrived in
the city Saturday accompanied by his
wife and is visiting with his sister Mrs.
A very pleasant party was given to
tho young friends of Miss Mattio Abel
on Tuesday evening, by her sister Mrs.
W. W. Wright at her homo on Elm
street. The usual pleasant pastimes
were participated in.
Ralph and Harry Plants, who have
had chargo of the business of tho Ne
braska Mercantile company for somo
months past, left the foro part of the
week for their home at Concordia,
Kansas, having closed up tho business
of that firm.
Announcement: I hereby announce
myself a candidate for tho ofllco of pro
bate judge in and for Webster county,
Nebraska, subject to the will and de
cision of the peoples independent party
convention to bo held in Red Cloud,
September 10, 1001. L. A. Hamcins.
Leslio Graves of McCook was here
this week visiting with his mother and
sister. Ho tooK along with him to Mc
Cook a lolic of the Spanish-American
war which ho mado when ho was in
the Third Nebraska regiment. It is a
belt covered with buttons wom by
Spanish oillcsrs and soldiers. Somo
aro of gold and others of silver and the
collection cost considerable money.
This week the brick work on the
Oatman and Polnicky buildings was
completed and the buildings now pre
sent a very lino appearance. Tho cor
nice, which was maao up ot different
shaped pressed brick, is tbo tinest of
any in the city. Tho carpenters aro
rushing their part of tbo work as fast
as possible and from the present out
look tho buildings will bo completed
sooner than was expected.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the postotlico at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending August 22,
Taylor, J. V.
Kelley.M. J. 2
Smitti, Mrs. P. A.
Titus, Horace L.
Tbeso letters will be sent to tbo dead
loiter ofllco Sept. G, if not call
ed for before. When calling for above
please say "advertised." T. C. Hack
The Cincinnati Commercial Tribune
commenting on the recent sale of the
Herring-Hall-Marvin Company of Ham
ilton, Ohio, by a representative of the
Arm, of 400 double-door safes to be
placed in tho twenty-two story office
building of H. C. Frick at Pittsburgh,
is stated by that paper as being the
largest safe sale ever known. A later
sale made by Mr. D. F, Parker, former
ly of Red Cloud, now representative of
the San Francisco olllco of tho Herring-Hall-Marvin
Company lays this sale in
tho shade, us his deal win for two hun
dred moro safes than tho Pittbburgh
order. The Sun Fritnuisco Examiner
says thutt "Sun Francisco lmds tho
world in a gigantio deal."
Tluead, 2, 1, and ."c at The Fair
A P. Ely of McCook was hero Tues
day C. L Cotting left this week for an
Tho Chief and Chicago Inter Ocean
no year for 81.2ft.
Jas. Morrison of Supct lor was here
Thursday on business.
Tho largest school tablet on tho mar
ket for fte at The Fair.
Cat Kenady of Holyoko, Colorado,
was visiting heio this week.
Mr j. J. N Slboit returned this week
from a trip to North Dakota.
Men Mt-Farhind of McCook visited
in the city the bust of the week.
Mr. Jos. Kublcck of MrCook is heio
visiting with friends and relatives.
.1.1, Miner leturncd this week from
a tiip to Excelsior Springs, Missouri.
Mrs. W. W. Chinnock of Falls City
visited friends in the city Thursday.
You can get granite and tinware
cheap at Tho Fair. A new lino just re
ceived. Special sale on nets, dusters and
light harness for the next thirty days
at J. U. Butler's.
Levi Manning loft Wednesday for a
trip to Ogdon, Utah, and other points
in tho far west.
Calvin Kenady of Holyoko, Colorado,
visited relatives and friends in this
city tho forepart of tho week.
James Cather returned tho last of
the week from a visit with his brother
Douglas at Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Miss Mabel Howard left the first ot
the week for a visit with friends and
relatives at Omaha and Council Bluffs.
Prof. H. L Sams who has been spend
ing bis summer vacation at his homo at
Elmwood, this state, has returned to
H. B. Andrews and wife of Ansolmo,
this state, arrived Tuesday evening for
a visit with friends and relatives in
Frank Smith living south of the
river left the first of the week for a vis
it with Albert Wright and wife at Pa
Mrs. Ed. Rasser returned home the
latter part of last week after a six
weeks' visit with her parents and other
old friends at Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
C. H. Miner, of tho firm of Miner
Bros., left this morning for Chicago
and other eastern points to purchase
the fall and winter stock for the Big
P. A. Hanson left tho last of the week
for a visit with friends and relatives at
Beloit, Kansas. He will visit at Tope
ka and perhaps at Omaha beforo his
A very pleasant farewell party was
extended to Mrs. H. N. Starkoy last
Saturday eveiing by the D. of H. bo
fore her departure for Sheridan, Wy
oming, where she goes to join her
husband who is workiog in the B. &
M. yards there.
At the residence of C. L Cotting last
Monday evening occurred a vory
pleasant social event given in honor of
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Reed who will in
tho near future leave for their future
home in Chicago. A large number of
guests were present and the event was
ono that will be long remembered by
Mr. and Mrs. Reed and the other par
ticipants. One of the pleasantest social events
of tho season was the "at homo" given
by Mr. and Mrs. H W. Sherwood
last Wednetday evening in honor of
Miss Minnie Andrews of Burr Oak,
Kansas. Dancing was tho main featuro
of the evening's enjoyment, for which
delightful pastime a commodious plat
form was provided. Light refresh
ments were served during the evening.
The event was thoroughly enjoyed by
tho large number of guests present
and it was with evident regret tbey
made their adieus to their charming
hostess and her honored guest.
German - losarance - Co.
OF FREEPORT, ILL.
The largest old line company in the
fanners Mutual Ids Co.;
Of Nebraska, ot Lincoln.
Largest mutual in tho state with.
over 300 policies in Webster
0. C. Teel, Agt.,l
Rr.n C'r.oun, Niuihasica.
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Weather changeable. Somo local
showers this week.
Plowing is tho order of tho day.
The meetings at tho Aubushon grove
will continuo each Sunday.
Wesley Throckmorton shipped his
hoiwchold goods to Iowa this week.
He will drlvo his teams through.
Al. Scrlvner has leased tho Sher
wood ranch for cash for the noxt year.
Tho piimary election nominated tho
various township officers and elocted
delegates to tho county convention.
Clarence Wilson purchased a now
buggy last week.
Waldo Crovvell mado a Hying trip
to Guide Uock last Sunday. Wonder
what tho attraction can be?
A. Phillips has sold his quarter sec
tion of land to Mr Stdlo for $2,500.
Tho carpenters and plasterers nio
about dono with the now house and
barn of J. B. Wisecarver.
Sam Soreti8on and J. C. Brooks will
each build a new house this fall.
Soveral of tho young folks from this
vicinity wont down to Amboy fishing
last Friday but returned with fisher
man's luck (two fish).
H. H. Crowoll is confined to his bod
with typhoid fevor.
Mrs. Grace Hansen was visiting with
her mother, Mrs. Boan,Tuosday.
II. B. Moranville's little son was
buried Monday of last week.
Geo. Reeves has returned from bis
visit to England.
I. B. Colvin was doing business in
Stillwater precinct yesterday.
J. L. Phillips formerly of this .place
now of Vllllsca, Iowa, is visiting ac
quaintances heio this woek.
Chas. Guy was out in Norton county,
Kansas, the first of the week.
C. L. Columbia has bought the Mo
Guide Rock and Red Cloud wore to
havo a game of ball hero Tuesday but
Red Cloud din not come.
S. A. Rcddon started to Oklahoma
A. J. Hayes was sick last woek but
is out again.
Then and Now.
ago (i n
ties you . '
her skirts so.
say if she
ski r t s
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way. N. V. Sun.
$100 Reward, $100.
Tho readers of this paper will bo
pleased to leai 11 that there is at least
0110 ureaucil tliseaso that scionco has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is tho only positive euro known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is takeu internally acting directly
on the blood and mucous surfaces of
the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, aid giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting naturo in do
ing its work. The proprietors have
so much faith in its curative powers
that bey offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure. Writ
for list of testimonials. Address,
F. J. Chenkt & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
To Whom it May Concern.
My wifo having left my bed and
board without causo, I will not pay
any debts made by hor from August 23,
1001. Any ono trusting her does so at
Farm for Sale,
section, live miles from Red
tine land, first-class improve
A bargain if sold soon. Ad
J. W. Wallw,
lieu uiouu, Ken.
We wish our correspondents would
endeavor to get their items in each
week and if possible lot later than
than Thursday. No department of
the paper is looked after by our read
ers more thau this. If your locality is
'not represented send us in the news.
The beauty thief has come to stay,
Unless you drive tho pimples and
Do this; don't look like n fright;
Tako Rockv Mountain Tea tonight.
C. L. Cotting.
, How Am Your Kidneys t ,
Dr. Hoblu'fiiiaratMii 1'llls ciireallkUluor Ills. Bam.
Flofrcu. Add SsiurUii UcnU'dyCo,Chlcai(OorN.V
M010 warm weather.
There was a meeting at tho Baptist
church Sunday evening.
F. Schaitk filled tho pulpit at tho M.
E. chinch last Sunday ovonlng.
Rov. Priestley and family wero enjoy
ing the assembly at LinuMti a fow days
Miss Zaata Pholpsof Roscland spent
several days with hot father, who Is in
tho employ of Chas. E, Hicks.
Forest Wholan ami family drove ovor
to Roseland Saturday ami spent Sun
day with frleuds.
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. J. Wheeler drove
over to Ayr and visited S. Philleo's
orchard. They report an abundance of
apples, plums, melons and such. Scott
was always a good hamlatiaisitig fiult
John Hose and the depot ngunl of
Koseland diovu into this village rutlior
latu Friday evening, looking up John's
stieiigth for sherill.
D. S. Phelps nnd son spout Stiiday
with his family nt Roseland.
Chas. E. Hicks left tho tint of tho
week for Dawson county to adjust somo
James Bunion and his wifo of Red
Cloud spont Sunday with his parents
at this place
A goodly number attended tho repub
lican caucus held Saturday evening and
tho following wero selected to attend
the county convention Wednesday:
Thos. Snyder, E. McCoy, John McCal
lum, Chas. Sponce, Louis Anderson,
John Fish, Thos Burden, W. R. Andor
son, Jos. Pashby. At this mooting T.
W. Bailoy was nominated for assessor;
Jos. Pashby, justico of tho poaco; Elmer
McCoy for constable. Clerks and
judges of elections were also selocted.
Mrs. Tuppor of Rlverton is tho guest
of Mrs. Uartlett ot this village. x
V. S. Hall and family expect to leave
tho last of this week for a fivo weeks'
trip to visit his parents who resido in
Now York; also take in tho exposition
H. L. Richendefor is f urnisking up O.
J. Uartmuu's houso.
J. O. Jennings, who lives just wostof
town, will have the carponters com
menco work on his now houso.
Lewis Clark, south of town, is haul
ing tuo material for a largo two stcry
dwelling. H. L. Richendefor has tho
contract for building.
W. R. Anderson transacted business
at BIuo Hill Saturday.
Womer is on tho boom. A now livery
stable, two now residences and melons
by the wagon load.
The creamery is ready for business
once more. The creamery company is
also building a mill to grind all kin Is
of grain, to bo run by tho creamery en
gine. Mrs.Serl of Bladen was calling on the
Clark girls one day this week.
Mrs. Springer and ICrs. Serl wore
the guosts of J. Rosbncrans nnd family
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. Armitstoad's daughter is visit
ing with relatives and friends at Wo
mer. Corn is fine; hay is vory good and is
being harvested as fast as tho farmers
can put it up.
Mi. Pounds is not as well us hiht
Wm. Ziou and J. Roseucrans are
threshing this week. The Fruit boys
am doing the, jobs.
.Mathes Bros, shipped several cars of
stock this week.
The Womer butcher kas a good busi
ness. He kills four and five beeves a
Mathes BruB. buy all kinds of grain
aud pay the highest market price
Parlies wishing tt good business lo
cation will do well to take n look at
Alt Kfrsry is getting around after
being laid up with a bad font.
Harvey Kersey's residence is nearly
completed. Harvey must look out or
he will got tho big head like
This coupon entitles each adult
nromiums listed bnlow, to bo given
Fair, September 24, '.'5, 20 and 27,
fair grounds for registration.
by any ono porson eaen uay.
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