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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1901)
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We have just put it n complcto
line of tho muchly known
Fountain Pen with
To distribute those as rapidly as
possible) wo make tho fol
Couio get a pon, take it out,
try it, if it don't suit return it
anil try another. If you fail to
lind ono satisfactory your money
will bo cheerfully refunded.
Pens from $1.50 up.
Red Cloud, Neb.
Stovo repairs at V. W. Wright's.
A now lino of fioo china at Tho Fair.
A Mo. 1 good work skirt for 40o at
For anything in tho hardwaro lino go
iloinur Baylos of McCook was in the
city this week.
PJMr. It. M. Cochranu of Inavule was
in tho city this week,
Th linoit hue of stoves in tho vahoy
can bo found al Wiighl's.
llarrv Bealo and wife of McCook
were visiting with friends and relatives
here this week.
Now is tho tlmo to get Hobes and
Blankets. You can find all styles and
prices at Butlers,
Mr. C. Meeker who has been hero
visiting with her sister Mrs. 1. Deliart.
left for her homo at At wood, Illinois,
1 This Warm
I Always !
You had better get
ready for winter.
The best way to do
this is to get one of
I we have in stock.
iGook Stoves! 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 vou over .our
t rnmnlfite line. It Will
3 interest you and do you
good if you purchase.
4 Our price on 6-in stove
J pipe, 2 lbs. to joint, 15c.
O-in tiuuws iji
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL,
Geo. Brown of Stipoilor was hero
C. E Paul of Inavalo was In the city
M. W. Fuller left Monday for a trip
Uov. lllackwcll of Ayr was in tho
eity tliis week.
Mrs. Geo. Morhart Tlsitcd in Hust
ings this week.
Thk Chief nnd tho Toledo Blade
one year for 3t 25.
Mrs. Dr. Crefghton left Wednesday
for a visit at illuo Hill.
George Wilson nnd wife visited with
friends iu Guide Rock Sunday.
Gins. Hogato aud Tun Pntigh of
Bluo Hill wciohero Wednesday.
Ostrich tips, wines, bird, quills nnd
fancy fenthors at cost at Tho Fair. 2
Miss Minnie Iiarnos hns returned
from a several weeks visit In Iowa.
Mrs. 0. L. Winfrey lias returned
from n several weeks visit in Missouri.
Henry Nowhouso was looking after
business matters in Guido Itnck Mon
day. Mrs. 1). M. Abel
night from a visit
with relatives at
D. F. Uartlett and wife of Humboldt,
this state, werj in the city the first of
Mrs. S. F. Spokcslk-ld and Clara Mo
Millaa spent Sunday in Guido Hoc
W. N. Boynton of Manchester, Iowij
was looking after property interest
hero this week. I
C. A. Luco of Republican City wis
looking ntter matters in tho city Ho
first of tho week.
Jos. Fogel Sr. 16ft Wednesday morn
ing for Hollidnysburg, Pa., wluro ho
will visit with a ton.
Alfred Sw.tin of Kansas City, fatlior
of Mrs. J I). Crnns, arrived 111 tho city
Sunday night on a visit.
Pasteur's "Blaoklegino" for the pre
vention of black-log in cattle for sale
by Cotting tho Druggist.
When you want nails, Knows, bolts,
barb who or enything else in tho haul
waro line call on W. W. Wright
C. L Robinson, wife anil son of Chi
cago arrived in the city this wcok and
aro visiting with A.N. Wilson and fam
ily. Farm loans at 5 per cent interest on
I good improved land. C. F, Gather,
'ollleo over Cotting's drug store, Red
J W. MeClaren who has been look
ing after business matters and visiting
hero left for his homo nt Uulvidere
Robos! Ribosll Robes!!! For tho
next sixty days you can buy Blankets
and Robes at a sacrifice prico at J. O.
Butlers harness shop.
Georgo Bonso, fathor of our popular
restaurant man, Wm. Bonso has re
turned from a several months tIsi1
with a daughter in Denvor.
A Tory pleasant dancing party was
giYon by Miss Mary Dumorell toa num
ber of young frionds at tho D.tmcroll
hall on Monday evoning.
Lost A largo pocket book contain
ing a twonty dollar bill and a noto for
ton dollars. Finder will rccalve ro
ward of S5 by returning same to this
Makos assimilation perfect, healthy
blood, muscles firm, strong nerves.
Quickens tho brain, makes and keo s
you well. Great medicine. Rocky
Mountain Tea. 8S0.
Tho ladies of tho M. E. church of
this city will serve meals in ono of tho
vacant rooms on Webster street on tho
voning of Nov. 5th, to which tho pub
lio is cordially invited.
Rev. Haresnapo and family who have
been stopping bore for sovoral weeks
have gone to Long Pine, where be has
received a call to the pastorate of the
J. W. Loppe of Inaralo departed
Monday for Minute, North Dakota,
where he will spend some tlmo in look
ing over the country. If things suit
him he may decide to locate there.
Lloyd and Wm, Orabill on Sunday
racslvod tho sad news that their mother
who resides ia Virginia was not ex
pected to livo. They left on the early
morning train Monday morning for
Winchester near which place she re
sides. J. P. Halo, our genial county clerk,
since becoming a member of tho Nation
and Farmer linn, has beeu dolving
deep into tho mysteries of tho print
shop with tho hopes of mastering tho
trade. This week whilo trying to in
vestigate tho worKlngs of a job press
tho blamed thing closed up on a couple
of his lingers m ishiug thorn quite se
verely. That's nothing Jimmle Wait
till you got to writing heavy editorials
' and someone takes objections to tuoni
1 and pays you h friendly (1) visit, then
! you will como to the conclusion that a
few lingers in a job press is nothing.
,lo hills call at this office.
Brooks of Franklin was hero
Jacb Kindsehor of Guide Rock was
ThcCiitKK and Chicago Inter Ocean
onoyar for $1.25.
M. . Fulton of Rlverton was doing
busies In tho city today.
L. . Rust ami wife have returned
tromlieir trip to Rearer City.
D.iard that light summer robe and
got to of Hutleis Fall and Winter
M . Geo, Warren who has been vis
iiiiifj in Lincoln, returned homt liibt
ALconnrd of Rlverton was iu the
citjyosterdny looking after his prop
ertintcrests. 1 A. Hansen has returned home
frm general visit iu western Neb
raa and Kansas.
r. F. E. MeKeeby was up Friday
tuhtfrom Superior nnd attended tho
R. B. Gaston who was trustee of the
ebraska Merer ntilo Co. stock was in
10 city this week.
John Beaver of St. Joe, Missouri, for-
incrlv a resident of this city, is hero
visiting with old friends.
Don't forget that tho place to buy
children's, ladies' and men's under
wear cheap is at Tho Fair. 2
Dell Abel who has been holding a po
sition in n clothing storo at Hebron was
home the first of the week.
Tho High School has contracted for
the lecture course. Full particulars
will bo given in next issue.
E.S. Garber, republican candidate
for county clerk was up tho first of the
week rounding up the Voters.
Mrs. M. W. Diekerson returned home
last Saturday after a seveial weeks'
visit with lelativesin Lincoln.
Rev. Hamilton of the MethodNt
church has commenced his good work
in this city with a "series of rev val
Geo Rieketts left Thursday morning
for Humboldt, where he will look after
some work for the Overing Bros, mar
A GaluMia returned from Grand Is
land last Monday where he bad been
on business connected with tho A. O
U W. grand lodfu.
Tim piato glass for the Putter-Wright
hi'ildiug arrived this week and were
placed iu position, The building is
now fully cnlcosed.
Miss Aitoline SylvoUor who has beon
visiting with J. G. Brown and family
f jr several weeks returned to her homo
at Wymore Thursday.
Fon Rent A good now seven room
house, aero and one-third of ground,
stnblo, good cellar and water and other
conveniences. Inquiro at this office.
OF FREEPORT, ILL.
Tho largest old lino company in the
UflraiftPS M11I119I Ins fin
;iuiiiiviu miiDuui iuu uv.r
t Of Nobraska, of Lincoln.
Largest mutual in tho stato withJ
over 300 policies in Webster
0. C. Tee!, Agt.,S
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Bud McCune who baa for some time
past been clerking in tbe Herpolsheimer
dry goods bouse at Liacola has return
ed heme and has taken a position in
Turnure's dry goods department.
The musicale held at the home of C.
L. Cotting on Tucpday evening was
pronounced by those present as being
of moro than usual merit. The vocal
selections by W. K. Hayes were espec
ially well received.
Grace Episcopal. Service Sunday,
Ootobor 20. Twontleth Sunday after
Trinity, tfornlng prayer and sormon
10.30 a.m. Evoning prayer and sermon
7:30 p.m. Sunday school 12 m. The
public is cordially invited,
Tho mayor has appointed J. K. Aultz
to act as street commissioner for the
balaneo of the poll tax season, and ho
is certainly doing some very good
work. Tho gutters along Webster
street have beeu cleaned out and also
about two nnd one-half blocks ro-grav-cled
and put in first class condition.
Let the good work go on.
Last Frl lay evening tho members of
the bachelor club weio ngain called t
gether for the purpose of banqueting
,ind bidding farewell to another one of
its members, L E Tail. Tho banquet
was given nt the Star bakery and res
taurant, and was of tho "Yo Old New
England Supper" style. The menu
was a very unique ono and tho
manner and tasto with which it was
gotten up and served caused many fa
vorable tcmnrks on tho ability of tho
proprietors of that popular resort. Tho
feasting and toasting was kept up until
qultolate, when thoy adjourned in or
der to glvo thoir departing momeher a
chauco to recuperate for tho event of
tho next day.
The following items in regard to tho
ititeicstlug method of two Red Cloud
linns in advertising their goods were
taken from tho Country Advertiser of
Grenoble, Pa. "Nowhouso Bros , at
Rod Cloud, Neb,, recently conducted a
pojtal card contest. They offered
prizes for the ono who would writo the
sentence, "Newhouse Bros, sell photo
supplies," tho most times on a postal
card. Tho prize was awarded to O. C
Tool, who wrote the sentence 11)78 times.
Not only did the contest itself create
quite an interest, but the cards wore
placed In the display window after
ward, and of course that helped along
in advertising vnluo." "Tho hardwaro
firm of Morhart Bros., at Red Cloud,
Neb., conducted a grain contest, offer
ing pi izes for tho best stem of wheat,
The points of judgment were tho length
of stem, the length of bead and tho size
of berry. Tha contest excited a great
deul of interest iu that county, and tho
awarding of tliu prize was conducted
in n maimer which increased iHterost."
On Thursday evening Ootobor 10th,
occurred a very happy uvent at tho
residence of the bride's homo when Mrs.
Mnttie Smith wns united in marihigo
to Mr. Grant Miller. Mr. Sherman
Shiimiau of Kansas acted as best man
nun iMiss i-ioia miner f.cKicy as
biidi'stuaid. At 8 o'clock they took
their respective places in the south
side of tho parlor and Roy. Wolfe of
Guido Rock proceeded with tho euro
inony. Tho ceieniony wns performed
iu the presence of relatives of both tho
contracting parties and they were tbe
lecipientaof many presents as tokens
of tho esteem in which tliov nru Imlil.
The iiooni is the son of Mr. M. M.I
Miller of Stillwater, is a well known
farmer ami lias spent tho latter part of
his life iu Webster county. The bride
has al.so lived near Guido Rock and is
loved and respected by all who know
her. After tho ceremony all lepaired
to the dining room where a sumptuous
repast was served, which was repeated
the. next day by the parents of the
groom. Mr. nnd Mrs. Miller linvo the
best wishes of frierds for a long and
Last Moud.iy morning Red Cloud
was called upon to part with another
of her old and respected citizens when
A. A. Pope passed away after a long
and painful illnoss with Brights' dis
ease. Alvin Arthur Popo was born at
Freoport, Pennsylvania on August 30,
1810. His parents afterwards moved
to Wisconsin where ho complotod his
education in tho Wisconsin stato uni
versity. Ho was married in 1872 to
Miss Laura J. King of Blue Earth City,
Minnesota, and in 1874 came to Web
ster county and located on a home
stead upon which ho resided until 1877
when ho was olocted county supcrin
tondont and moved to Red Cloud. Aft
er serving two years in this capacity
ho engaged in the implement business,
which business ho continued in up to
the time of his death. He leaves a
wife, four sons and ono daughter. Tho
fttncril services weio hold from tho res
idonco on Wednesday nnd wore co -ducted
by Rev. J. II. N.Cobb, under
tho direction of tho Masonic nnd A. O.
U. W. lodges. Tho remains waro laid
at rest in tho Red Cloud cometery.
Last Saturday afternoon tho resi
dence of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jos. Garber,
one mile north of this city was tho
scene of a very happy event, at which
time their daughter, Bliss Ethel Grace
was united in marriage to Mr. LaRoy
Edson Tait, Rev. J. N. Cobb offlolatiag.
The wedding was a quiet one, being
witnessed only by the relatives and a
few of the most intimate friends. The
ceremony was performed a 4 p.m.,;and
after congratulations bad been extend
ed a bounteous feast which had beon
prepared for the occasion was partici'
pated in. The bride and groom loft on
tho ovenlng train for a bridal tour
in the mountains. Both of tho con
tracting parties aro too woll and fa
vorably known to need any commont.
The groom has lived in this city from
early boyhood. For sovoral years ho
worked in tho Ciiiie offi ;o, beginning
at tho bottom, and working up in tho
business until now ho is editor and pro
prietor of the Webster County Argus.
Tho brldo is a llfoloug resident, nnd a
graduate of our high school. After her
graduation she taught tho kindergarten
school in this city very creditably and
satisfactorily. Sho is a kind, plensant
and accomplished young lady and ono
wiiom the groom may well feu) proud
of winning as a helpmate. Tho Chirk,
along with their other innny friends
takes pleasure iu cxteniug congratula
tions and wishing them u long and
happy marriod life.
Arc you ,
It Is protty hard to know wha' in do, Isn't it, "hen every clothlm in
to .vn has "the best n' the lowest puce," nnd all glvo "satisfac
tion" and "niotuv back"? Aid all bet the tailors to
pieces and save yin "li'ilf to a third" and all that.
It comes down to a qiK'stlon of faith in
in Red Cloud that hns been conxpleuouly faithful for years, whothorjlt
sold you a collar button, a hut, suit of clothes.'or
whatever M was? Is 1 hero
in town that usually does in ire than it says? Is Micro
in town whoso buyer wants nn I demands tht best? Is thoro
in town that has mado pricos lower? Is thoro
in town that has built up standards all through its business? When you
nnnio tho storo you have named this storo and
yon can got your
Overcoat or Suit here from $3'75 to $14.00
and take no risk.
Try our "New Plan" for selling Boys' and Children's
Suits and Overcoats.
Gouiden-Haley - Glothing - Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
Half tho world soonis to have found
uncongenial occupations. Servant girls
are trying to teach; natural teachers
aro tending stores; good farmers ato
murdering law, while Choatcs and
Wobstors are running down good farms;
and good. farmers, in turn, nro farming
still in congress. Artists are spreading
daubs on canvas who should bo white
washing hoard fences. Shnomakors
writo good versos for tho village paper
and natural statesmen nro pounding
shoo lasts, whilo other statesmen are
cobbling in legislative halls. Good
mechanics and electricians aro trying
to preach sermons, and wondering why
their congregations continue to Bleep,
whilo tbe Beccbors aro failing as mer
Superior, in an item last weok in the
Journal, in remarks in regard to the
attendance from there to tho late fair
hold horo "acknowledged tho corn"
that Superior has not reciprocated In
return for tho largo crowds which go
from hero to attend anything going on
thoro. It stnted that outsido members
of tho band who wero paid for coming
hero to play with tho Rod Cloud band,
tho attendance was limited.
A wealthy man who died rocontly
left a will in which ho requested that
his ostato which was composod of bonds,
stocks and raonoy be burnod. A heart
less newspaper man, referring to tho
matter editorially, says of him that he
perhaps knew it would bo burned if be
took it with him. Exchange.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at tbe postofneent Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho week ending October 17,
John Loope, Harry Cady,
Geo. Taylor, Harry Macauloy,
Those letters will bo sent to the dead
lotter ofllco October 81st, if not call
ed for before. When calling for above
pleaeo say "advertised." T. O. Hack
FROM FOUNTAIN, OKLAHOMA.
Editor Cimkks a- wo are over to
Taloga cooking for my husband nnd
uncle, Benj.VnnI)ve, and have plenty
of spare time, I will try to wi Ito a little
for tho paper, in let ynu know how Ok
lalinma is gutting elnux Wo had i
nieo rain last night and 1 think wo wil
have another tonight Fall wheat look
splendid down here Mr VanDykoV
wheat is tine. Beuj Van Dyke hns al
tho plastering hn can do and people
are still after him Meit Foarn is do
lug well sluco ho came dowu hero. 11
guts plenty of work, and then, ho i
running the molasses mill, and tliov
siy ho makes good mohuses. Uncle
Sun Reese is getting along lino with
the two boys to help. Frank Reese
took a black jiek claim and is workln
for himself and doing woll. Jack
Ueoso is In Colorado with Molllo nnd
her husband. Mr. England's folks
iro doing fine and hnvo n nice place.
Will is most a man and lots of help to
Mr. England. Oilis is doing as woll as
can bo oxpectcd. Ho got his house
burned down this summer just after ho
had put a now shinglo roof on it and
hllq ho was going to tho railroad with
a load of hogs he built a camp fire to
cook supper, and while busy with his
hogs tho prairie caught tire. Ho took
up bis coal, which had a rovolvor in it
o whip it out, nud tho revolver went
off shooting him iu tho wrist, but not
'lroaxing any b.nes, tho bullet going
tietween the two boucs. Mr. Guthrlo
14 picking cotten now days. They have
nico patch and are doing well. They
iavo a placo of their own and that
:ly( s them more courago even if they
do kco hard times. People aro all do
lug well down hero. Thoy nrngrad-
ng a railroad to Falrview, thirty-threo
niles north-east of Fountain. Our
otinty seat, Tatogn, is building up
dcely. Hardly n month hut what a
icw house goes up. Well its nil of my
nare tlmo is taken up I will close my
letter, hoping it will escape tho waste
'msket. Mas Eikia (kwin,
Fountain, O. T.
We, the jury, find that tho deceased
.name to his death from heart failure,
eaused by not taking Rooky Mountain
Tea mado by Madison Medicine Co.
3So. C. L. Cotting.
Havo you seen the up to date Blank
ets and Robes, Butlers is tbe place to
Haw Arc Twp Kltetys t
Dr. nobba' SparMrni PllUenr all kldnay III.
KELimvm mm mrm
ftirc soft water,
frequently with dropper
or eye cup, will reaiove
coageetloa aad laetaatly
relieve pals and taflaw
CAUTION I AwaM tinmio l..l
Utlnr Witch Haial preparatleai, rap
rtMOttd to ba " tha aame at " FONDr8 !
akct, waica aaatiy aor a4
ftaaratly cMtaia "weed alMfeel," a,
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