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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1901)
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Red Cloud, Neb. I
Stove repairs nt W. V. Wright's.
A No. 1 good wotk shirt for 4!lo at
For anything in the hardware lino go
Will Roats was down to Kinsas City
with stock tho lirst of the week.
Jay Pope left last ovonirg for a tour
of inspection of tho states of the north
west. Now is the time to got Robes and
Blankets. You can lind all stylos and
prices at Butlers.
Tho Snlvittien Army have been hold
ing their nightly meetings in thv Meth
odist church this week.
Levi Manning and family left this
wool: for Logan, Utah, where they will
make their future home.
W. T. Coon left Thursday night for
Logan, Utah, and other points in the
northwest on a tour of inspection with
n viow of locating.
J. JULIO VV Oil XXX
1 Won't Last
I Always !
you naci oetter gee
ready for winter. fr.
The best way to do
this is to get one of
Cook Stoves T I
Well the finest in the
market is the large square
You can't make a mistake
in buying this line of
stoves. They are fuel
savers and the price is
right. Come in and .let
us show you over our
complete line. It will
interest you and do you
good if you purchase.
Our price on 6-in stove
pipe, 2 lbs. to joint, 15c.
6-in Elbows 10c.
in stock. And
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Lamps fiom 20u to 05c at Tho Fair.
81 1 coal for 10 days and n car of corn
Thk Ciiikf nnd tho Toledo Blado
ono year for 81.25.
Tho flnost lino of stoves in tho valley
can bo found at Wright's.
Have you seen tho up to date Blank
ots nnd Kobcs. Butlers is tho plnco to
J. A. Bailoy nnd wifo after n several
week's plcnsiut visit in Ohio, returned
homo Tuesday night.
Deputy Sheriff Uurdick left Monday
for Albia, Iowa, where ho was failed
as an important witness in n lawsuit.
J. L. Fuller of Cowlos, wns in tho city
tho tint of tho week nnd made a Hip
to Franklin nnd other towns west.
Farm loans at 0 per cent interest on
good improved land. C. F. Cntber,
ottlce over Cutting's drug store, lied
Ernest Wclsch is building n quite
commodious two story frame addition
to his home residence property in tho
Robes! Rjbost! Robes!!! For tho
next sixty dnys you can buy Blankets
nnd Robes at a snctitlco price at J. O.
Butlers harness shop.
DA. J. Mean?, from north of town who
is onr. of our prosperous fanner?, was
in tho first of tho week and helped us
out liunucially. lie has our thanks.
Will Parker who has for some time
past been engaged in putting beating
apparatus in several buildings nt Nel
son was hero over Sunday returning to
that place Monday.
Win. Dense has placed a large -1x8
foot slab cf marhlo in the stono side
walk at tho entrance of his brick build
ing. Whon ho 1 amoves to tho now lo
tion ho will havo tho words Hon 'Ion
lctteied in the stone.
Mrs. Dr. M. C Rockwell formerly of
this city, but who has been spending
tho summer nt Longbeaeh, California,
has returned to this statu and has es
tablishcd osteopathic parlors in tho
Dutton block at Hastings.
Edward Kmigh has resigned his posi
tion in tho Nation ollico and departed
Monday morning for Omaha wLero he
will enter upon nihrco year courso at
the Omaha Dental college. We hope
Ed will succeed 111 his chosen vocation.
(Jrnco Episcopal. Servicq Sunday,
Oct 7. "Eighteenth Sunday afterTrln-it-."
Morning prayer, holy commun-
I inn and sermon at 10:!30 a 111. Evening
prayer and seimon 7:30 p.m. Sunday-
school l'J m. Thn public is cordially
A. W. Holmgraiiv who has resided in
this vicinity for many years has dis
posed of his farm nnd other belongings
nnd left Thursday night with his fain
ily for Logan, Utah, to make n now
home. ' Wo hopo him tho best of sue
coss in his new home.
The republican voters of Rod Cloud
township will meet Id caucus at tho
court house, Saturday, October 5th, at
2 p. m , for the purpose of nominating
township oflicers and transacting such
other business as may come before tho
meeting. A. B. Peiroe, Com,
Ernest, Jones of Guide Rook is a
new acquisition to the professional
circles of our city. He has opened up
offices over'tho Wright hardware store
for the transaction of the business of
his profession, that of nttornoy. Hois
n young man, a foimcr Red Cloud boy
and lias attended some of the best
schools of law. We predict for him a
bright f uturebeforo the Webster county
bar nnd wish him success.
Elsewhere in this Issue will be found
a com so of entertainments which tho
high schot 1 will endeavor to givo in
this city this winter. Tho success of
this undertaking depends greatly upon
tho manner in which our citizens pat
ronize thtm The course comprises
some of the best musical and lecture
talent on tho boards today, and there
is no rensen why our peoplo should not
patronizo thtm and help tho education
al causo along in preference to paying
their money to go to a bum show.
Rev. J. il. N. Cobb, who has presid
ed as pastor of the Methodist church of
this city with such nble ability nnd
with such signal success for tho past
year has said his farowolls to bis con
gregation nnd other friends nnd bus
nccopted n position with tho National
Life nnd Trust Co., of Des Moines, Al
though baring resided hero but a year
ho has ondonred himself to tho goneral
public in a manner which fow divines
who hnvo residtd here n much longer
timo havo done. He roso above tho
petty fanatical ideas of duty whick aro
held by so ninny members of the cloth.
Ho always interested uimself in tho
needy poor nnd whm soliciting for this
laudable purpose he was not nfraid to
step into a saloon, shake hands with
tho proprietor nnd state the object of
his business. Tho world would bo bit
ter if wo luid mora mioh men. Avery
pleasant farewell reception was given
himoolf and family at the homo of L.
II. Rust on Tuesday evening. Ho will
Mill liuUo lilts plauti lilt home,
For sale bills call at this olllee.
Somo choice now wnter sets at Tho
Tho Ciiikk nnd Chicngo Inter Oconn
ono year for 81.25.
Attorney R, T. Potter left Tuesday
on a business trip to Chicago.
Mrs. Low Clapp departed Monday
for a visit with relatives nnd friends in
Dwlght Jones nnd wife Hnd son
Ernest were up f 10111 Guide Rock tho
lirst ot the week.
Whon you want units, screws, bolts,
bnrb wire or ptiythlug elso in tho hard
wnro lino call on W. V. Wtiglit
Edward Calkins of St Louis was
heio visiting his relatives, the Hedgo
family uoitli of town this week.
James Kidd and wife of Scdalia, Mis
souri, nro hero visiting C. R, iiesse nnd
wife and other relatives and friends.
Mrs. C. L. Pope of Hltie Hill arrived
here from St. Joseph Monday ami vis
ited with Geo F. Popo and family nnd
Tho board of county counnisslonets
wcim in session this week, but wo were
unable to secure the proceedings and
they will appear next week.
Tho new htono sidewalk of Wm.
Reuse was laid this week byOvoiing
liros. nnd now lie has the best walk in
front of any business' building in tho
city. The enterprise hero shown will
lead to other improvements in this
At tho Metlu.dist conference hold in
Lincoln this week tho following ap
pointments were made for tiiis countp:
Rlnden, T. C. IViestUy.
Blue Hill, (i. W. llummol.
Cowles, J. E Rippe too.
Guid Rot K-.-K. L Wolf
Red Cloud, C. L. Hamilton.
None was appointed for Inavale.
German - Iusurancc - Co.
OF FREEPORT, ILL.
;Tho largest old line company in thc
Of Nebraska, of Lincoln.
Largest mutual in tho state with
over .'J00 policies in Webster
O. C. Teel, Agt.j
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M. Stern eavo a
charming ton course dinner Wednes
day evening last in honor of Mrs. E B.
Uaze or Baker City, Oregon, Mrs. Dr.
McKeeby of Guthrie, Oklahoma and
others. The table decoration was
American beauty roses.
Life of McKinler. our mrrtvred ores-
ident, by Murat Halstend. Memorial
volumo, 11.00. 500 pages, illustrated.
Agent's profits t8 to 810 daily, freight
paid. Credit given, outfit free; send
10c to pay postage. D. S. Knapp & Co.,
Kansas City, Mo,
Our local sportsmen have been en
joying themselves with tho prairio
chickens since Inst Tuesday whon tho
open season commenced. Howovor
tho chickens aro not as plentiful in this
section as they might bo and in somo
cases it is a long walk for nothing
The Salvation Army did not close
their meetings last Saturday as was
their intention, having been induced
by our citizens to remain here another
week and hold their services in the
Methodist church instead of in the
tent. Their moetings at tho church
hare been quite largely attended.
F. V. Taylor and wife will leivo Snt-
unlay morning for Charleston, South
t-nroiinu, whero tho former will nttend
the twentieth annual session of the
Nntional Funeral Directors association.
Ihe trip as mapped out will tnko thorn
to St. Louis, Cincinnati. Old P,,lni
Comfort, Norfolk and an ocean voyngo
10 ow lone, then to Buffalo and Chi
cngo. Married, nt tho residonen nt tin.
brldo's parents, Mr. aid Mrs. J. O.
Wolfe, on Wodoosdny evening, Ootobor
2, Mr. Goorgo W. Roedand Miss Mnttie
woiie, nov. j. 11 w. Uobb olliolnting.
Tho weddinir was n oulotonn ln.inr At
tended only by, n fow of tho relatives
and nenr fi lends of tho contracting
parties. Both of tho contracting par
ties are well and favorably known hero
tho irroom lmvinir hnnn h fni'iiwir f.ici.
" ' r ---- t. iV "Mti.i ivor
dent of this city, ami tho bride n ml
(tent lor several Vnnrs past. Tho now
couplu loft Thursday morning for tholr
liiture honi" at Mankato, IvaiMas.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Alfied Hadell inndo n trip to St. Joo
L 11. Rust nnd wife lento tills even
ing for nn overlnnd trip to Beaver City.
D.scard that light summer robo and
got ono of Butlers Fall and Winter
John Polnlcky moved to his now
brick building tho first of tho week
nnd now has a very nico plnco.
Frank Parker nnd wifo of Snn Fran
cisco, former rvsidouts of this city nro
at present taking n trip to Honolulu.
Miss Sadie Loo of Superior nrrived
in tho city Wednesday evening nnd hns
taken a position in tke tolephono cen
Patties havo been around lately nt
night swiping houso plants. They may
got into the wrong pew and getn wurm
reception, so thoy had hotter desist.
Makes assimilation perfect, healthy
blood, muscles lirm, strong uoivus
Quickens the brain, makes nnd keo, s
you well. Great medicine. Rocky
Mountain Tea. U,lc.
Car Js aro out announcing tho com
ing mnrriago of Mr. Loroy Edson Tail
to Miss Grace Garbor, which event
will take place nt tho homo of tho
brldo's parents 011 Saturday, Oclobci
12, at I p m.
In our last wook's write-up of tho
llower parade wo unintentionally failed
entirely to make mention of ono of the
very pietly rigs which took putt. Tnis
was the ono which was decorated by
Miss Mablo Saunders nnd Mrs. Hughes.
Tho decoratiojs woro pumpkin blos
soms, small pumpkins and vines and
were very tastefully arranged nnd ar
tistically designed. Our oversight was
not noticed until after the paper was
printed and it is duo tho ladies that wo
make this apology for our carelessness.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
.it the postotllco at Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending October U,
Alford lirowulee, Conrad Annum,
Wm. Coombs, Robt. Eyers,
Bell Forte, M. C. Fulton,
John Ivropp, T. A. Waniugton,
Hattie Wells, Mabel Woodside,
These lotUrs will bo sent to the dead
letter ollico October lGih, if not cull
cd for before. When culling for above
please say "advertised." T. O. Hack
At tho residence of Mr.'nddMraC.
D. Rubinsou last Tuesday afternoon
was given ono of tho most pleasant at
home parties over hold in this city,
which was given in honor of Mrs. E. B.
Gtizj of Baker City, Oregon, a sister of
Mr. Robinson. The house had been
very artistically decorated for the oc
casion, ami tho llower decorations
were very unique and attractive, Over
one hundred invited guests participat
ed in tho event. Refreshments consist
ing of ico cream, cako, shorbot, olc,
were served. Tho event was ono of
the most notable and elaborate social
functions that it has been our pleasure
to chronicle in this city.
High School Course of Entertainments.
Tho high school is arranging for a
course of high class entertainments for
tho winter. The object of tho course is
not to make money but to furnish a
class of programs by tho best entertain
ers on tho platform. This is an enter
prise for tho good of the school and the
city, and we ask the co-operation of all
of the pooplo of the to vn. The course
is expensivo and unless the pooplo
assist in maintaining it tho course will
fail. Consider this nn opportunity to
get a winter's ontortainmont at a rea
sonable cost and not that you are con
tributing to a charitable causo. Tho
course will consist of five numbers.
1st November "Hahn-Parkc Quar
tette." This consists of the following
combinations: Mnry Davis Hnhn, first
violin and soloist; Anna Dale Parke
second violin; Ada Dalo Parko, viola;
Nina Dale Parke, alio. The Parkossis
tors quartet, Anna Dale Parke, ; first
violin; Ada Dale Parke, viola and so
prano; Nina Dalo Parke, cello; Care
line Dalo Parice, piano; Mr. Asa How
ard, barytone. This is the greatest
combination of talent the bureau puts
2d December Ralph Parlotte. Hu
morist and impersonator called tho
second Bob Burdete. Ho says of him
self: "I made my debut before an
American nudienco thirty-two years
ago on my lirst birthday. Tho affair
wasu't properly advertised, but it wns
a howling success, I tilled tho public
ear migtily nnd created a bigseusation.
Year nftor year my thinker ran on
grinding out plaiu nnd ornamental
tho'ts, orthodox and unorthodox tho'is,
patent roller, self-raising tho'ts, and
half think tho'tlets, Our town got
so lettered up with my tho'ts, that one
night n mob of enthusiastic citizens
called and urged mo to go abroad and
lecture. I started afoot that night amid
3d January Fuller Swift. Mr. Ful
ler Swift has become famous in tho lec
ture world on his lecture "Our Q men.'
Ho lias the strong endorsement of tho
best men in the country.
4th February plllman Riggs. Hu-'
morlst, solo whistler and musical (in-
pursonator. Theru is such n demand
We have this season an exceptional fine line of young
men's nobby suits made with special care in Varsity
styles and regular styles. Shoulders made to fit
and the coat built up to fit the form.
See our Ryton and Varsity
aO iZERCOHT S-&
Just the thing for all good dressers.
WE - SELL -
See our 50c all Wool
Gomden-Haley - Glothing - Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
for Mr. Rigg's unlqio entertainment
that it is dilll'iult to secure him fin n
filli MnrchOrphr-iiJii'jtlee Singers.
Consists of nine colored musical atti.sts.
Part of them sang with the famous
Fisko singers last 3 ear. This company
needs no praise to an American audi
ence. Anyone who has heard tho fa
mous "darkey plantation songs" will
not fail to hoar them again.
Tho courso tickets will bo 81.G0. If
the commilteo does not call on you
send to tho superintendent and you
will bo supplied.
The following resolutions were pass
ed at the late meeting of James A. Gar
Held Post No. 80:
Whereas, We are loyal to our coun
try. Wt defended it under every hard
ship and trial ot a cruel civil war; the
hardest fought battles of the world's
kistory. A rebellion of states against
states, wo successfully fought to a re
union of all the states. We love our
couatry became it is the best thu word
has over known. We love it because
it teaches njan tho trim value to be
come a good citizen. Therefore bo it
Resolved, That wo ns members of
Gnrflold Post deeply mourn the loss of
our comrndt, Wm. McKinley, our com-
rado president, who was 11 good soldier,
nn ablo ropsesentntive, a wiso and pa
triotic president, a chri-tian citizen
and n manly man. Who was shot to
death by tho hand nt a cruel assassin
and wo earnestly nnd be a lily endorse
any movement by the loyal peoplo of
our beloved country that will suppress
anarchy and banish anarchists and all
other disloyal organizations from this
our beloved country.
J. S. White,
Jos W Waukkn,
F. N. Richardson,
rtnsTAip to nmnwimEm
For Burns, Sprains, Wounds. Brut
ses or Any Sort of Pain.
Usod Internally and Extornally.
CAUTION I Avoid tho weak, vraierr
witch llaiol preparations, represented
to bo "tho amo n" POND'S RX
TRACT, which easily sour and often
contain " tood ntcohoi," an irritant ex
ternally anil, taken Internally, jiolsoa.
SELZ" - SHOES.
Weather some cooler this week.
Rev. IMdy of Inavale will preach nt
I)iatiiet8at 11 a.m.. Meeting at Pleus
int Dale, District 3(1 nt 7:00 p.m.
Will Aiibushon is on tho sick list this
J. K. Fox nnd Earnest Beauchamp
were tho guosts of James Campbell at
North Branch last week.
V. II. Scrlvner reports about fortr
persons at his peach orchard to buy
peaches one day this week. Quito a
numbor from Red Cloud and other
Mrs. A.J. Green of Mt. Rose, Kan
sas, was visiting her parent, William
VanDyke this week.
Grandpa Hicks attended the meeting
at District 8 last Sundav.
Mrs. Wildey was visiting old friends
at Bostwick this week.
Elmer Noblo and Mr. Kindred of
Walnut creek were tho guests of Frank
VanDyko this week.
Mrs. S. E. Gaut8chy is down from
Norton count-, Kansas, visiting her
sister Mrs. I. B. Coivln of this place.
0. K Vaughan Is no better. '
J. A. McArthur, populist candidate
for sheriff is looking nfter his fonces
here today. -,
Janus B.Cjlyin repairs guns,beel?,
1. B. Cotvin and W. H. Sawvor wera
nt the county seat Wednesday on busi
L. Brink's new house is well under
Elmer Watt shipped bis effeota to
Anthony, Idaho, last weok.
Ed. Wilson is improving slowly.
R. S. Proudllt started for Denver
A series of meetings are in progress
a the Christian cburcb conducted by
Rev. Shirley of Nelson and Wilkinson
Mrs. E. C. Christy received a tele
grutn stating that her sister, Mrs.
Wells of Mt. Clare was very sick.
Republican Joint Caucus.
Tho republican voters of the First
and Second wnrds of tho city of Red
Cloud aro requested to meet in joint
caucus nt the court houso in said city
on Tuesday, October 8th, at 7;30 p.m.
for the purposo of placing in nomina
tion njsoasor, justices of the peace and
constables, nni for tho transaction of
such other business ns may cotno bcV
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