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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 10, 1902)
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I $4,000 in Prizes 1 f
$2,ooo in Cash.
$2tooo in Kodaks.
Tho largest nntt most valunblo
list of prizes ever offered iu n
Coino Id and let us toll vou about
1 Neiuhoase.l- Bros.,
" Jowolers and Opticians.1
Bed Cloud, Nebroska.
Tn CniKF llper year.
Stove repairs nt W. W. Wright's.
The Chief an Life of McKtnley $1.50.
For anything in the hardware line go
Dr. C. Wcggman of liluo Hill wns
) L. Galbraith tho Superior cigar
mmi was here Tuesday.
The linct line of stoves in the valley
can liu found at Wiighl's.
T. L. l'aiigh, Cha Ilogntc and M. F.
l'aughof Hluo Hill weic here this wet k.
The Home Art Club meets with Mrs.
C. 1) Robinson on Wednesday, Junu
U. M. Caster, Al Holdredgo, Willis
Morgan and F. Peters of Hiverton wero
iioro this week
Now is the timo to get Holies and
Il'.ankets. You can find all styles and
prices at Butlers.
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vvas .good but ,w
have to many
stoves to carry un
til next year.
We want to move
them and if price
wiil do any good
A $5.50 stove for $4.50.
7 00 stove for 5.S5.
8 50 stove for 6.75.
1 1 .00 stove for 9.00.
13.50 stove for 10.50.
16.50 stovi for 14.50.
1 The Quality
I Always Remains
with us it is the best
the market affords, f
But we must move
these heaters if pos
sible. Also a few
goods that we are
making interesting "
prices on for a few
days. We want you
to bear in mind we
are always on the t
bottom in the way of
prices and the quality
is never sacrificed.
1 "WE SAVE OU !
iMf iWii Tf Hi
MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
lti-itei s fur filk' at The Fair.
The Chitl and Life ( McKinley $1.50.
Two cars of dandy coal at Caldwell's.
Coal oil, 15 cents a gallen at W. B.
Put Fuller of Hiverton wns iu the
Andrew Hock of Hiverton was iu tho
'ity till week.
Tiik CiliRr and the Toledo lllado
one year for $1 25.
Charley Husheo. of Ouido Hock was
in the city this week.
Walter Scott of Hluo Hill wns a vis
itor to the city Tuesday.
It II. Telford of Hastings was in tho
city the Hist of the week.
J. U. DeHriinner and wife of Hiver
ton wero visitors to trie city this week.
Have you seen tho up to dato Blnnk
ets and Robes. Hutlurs is the plaru to
Jesso liakor has started a tonsorial
shop in tho cornor building north of
the Moon block.
Pasteur's "Blacklegine" for the re
vention of black-leg in cattle for sale
by Cotting tin Druggist.
A. II. Vandorburg, formerly of this
county, but bow of the eastern part of
tho state, was here this weok.
When you want sails, screws, bolts,
barb wire or rnything else in tht hard
ware line call on W. W. Wright.
The Life of Wm. Moliniey.by Murat
Halstead, and Tint CBixr one year far
1.60, the price of the book alene.
Mn. Prather and daughter of Bloom
ington hare moved to this city and
are occupying the Cochrane property.
Farm loans at 5 per cent interest an
good improved land. C. F. Cather,
office over Cotting's drug store, Hed
llobcs! Hibes!! Hobes!!! For tho
next sixty days you can buy Blankets
ind Hobes at a snotiliec price at .1. O.
It looks as if hntdwarc anil bailies
prices iu the city would take a decided
tumble in the next week or mi. The
man who advertises will win oitj.
Shelving is being put into the now
Wright building nnd it is otherwise
being elebned out and lixod up for an
early removal of tho stock of goods to
What you doin' neighbor? Helping
Bill. What's Bill doin? Helping Man
dy. What's Mandy dein'? Helpbg
mother. What's mother doin'? Tak
ing Hooky Mountain Tea. Socsiblo
family. O. L. Cotting.
J. O. Butler,- the harness man, who
has decided to put in a line of shelf
hardware, has this week put in shelv
ing and boxes on the north sido of kis
building and will be in readiness to
opea up this line on the 16th.
Ca'xd or Thanks. Wo desiro to. ex
press'our thanks to tho many friends
who so kindly assisted us through the
sickness and death of our old friend
and neighbor, Allen T. Ayors. Mr.
and Mrs. L. O Olmsteadand Family.
Tho Modern Woodmen lodge of tbis
city will havo a public installation at
the Masonic hall next Wedcesday night
to which tho Woodmen, and their fam
ilies aie invited. The young men
who have no wives and families aro in
vited to bring their "steady."
Miss Maud Fentress, agcil fourteen
years, daughter of Ceo. Fentress, died
at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Anna
Hadley, iu this city last Saturday after
a long peiiod of illness wilh diopsy.
The funeral sei vices wero held from
the place of her den'h on Sunday at 4
p m. and the remains were laid at rest
in tho Hed Cloud cemetery
The Odd Fellows of this city tender
ed their newly married brother Ed.
Ovoring and wife a reception at their
lodge room on last Friday night, As a
token of their friendship and best
wishes they were presented with a
four piece tea set by the members of
the lodge. Refreshments were served
and music rendered and a generalgood
time participated in. Upwards of a
hundred were present.
Tho Congregational church held its
annual business meeting last week,
Friday. Afttr the necessary business
was transacted members and friends
adjourned to the Masinio Hall where
over two hundred onj tyed a feast to
gother. After dinner a program of
toasts and response, Intersporced with
musical numbers was carried out, the
whole going to make up ono of tho
ploasantest occasions ever observed
in church circles.
California Ukuiiakijs to Tkadk.
Two 20 acre orchards beginning to
bnr, one mile from H H.towu, in Sac
ramento Vulley with !28 inches of rain,
near center of large fruit colony, cost
W.O00, is clear, title peifmit These or
eluii (Is were planted for my futuro
home, but change in family prevents
moving Will exchange for land prop
city. If you want to go to California
for health, eiiuiaie or tiuii. ibis is your
chance l)ciibe I11111I and title when
n ivfltu Ami 111 1 tn ti t tktiitu !) 'P
M. Tmi'i.KTT, Crete, Nebraska.
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LOCALLY GRNF.RAI CITY NEWS. va'v''-'-
For sale hill call at thisnlllee.
The Chief and Life ol McKinley $1 50.
If you want seed corn see W. B.
G. W. Crow of (itiido Hock wns here
Kentucky Lump coal at Hoby's at
tO CO per ton.
J. Slutnck of Hluo Hill wns in the
city this weok.
L. P. Albright made a trip to Lin
coln this weok.
I. B. C'olvin of (Juido Hock was in
the city flits week.
James DulTy of (Juido Hock was at
tending court this week.
Miss Lillian Smith returned tho tlrst
of tlie week from a visit west.
J. S. Largont of Guide Hock was
hero attending court this week.
Dscard that light summor robe and
gat one ( Butlers Fall and Winter
John McGuiro hns purchased tho
City Livery barn building of James
Otto Pope who has boon visiting at
homo hns returned to his duties on tho
Alec Bentley of Lincoln who has
botn visiting with friends bore returned
homo Thursday morning.
L. C. Olmstead and soa wero in the
cltv tho first of the week and were
'pleaant41nanclal callers at'this'office.
John Saucerman of Hastings who
was the carpenter contractor for tho
Potter-Wright building was hero this
Komembcr tho Farmers Institute at
Cowlcs on January 17th nnd 18th. A
goad time is expected and nil fin 11101 s
should be pr'sent.
Geo. MeCnll and wiff who have been
vUiting willi James Peterson and'fain
ily icttniii'il to their boine't't Guide
Hock Monday morning.
Sherwood Alnright who has been
spemliiga couple of weeks with his
patents and friends lieru has returned
to his school duties a. Lincoln.
Miss Dora Ward who is holding a
position as stenographer at Umalia re
turned last evening for a visit bete
witli her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. J.
German - Insurance - Co.
OF FREEPORT, ILL.
The largest old line company inHhe
farmers Mutual Ins Co.;
Of Nebraska, of Lincoln.
k Largest mutual in tho state with.
over 300 policies in Webster
JO. C. Teel, AgtJ
Hkii Cloud, Nf.iikaska.
Mrs K.J. Case will leavo next week
for Schuyler, this slate, liavinc accent
ed a position hi tho publin schools nt
that, place. She will not return to tier
home in Hod Cloud until the last of
I haro buyers for both farm aad pas
ture land. If you have land for sale
please list it with me at once. No
charge if I do not get you a buyer.
Also farm loans al lowest rata with op
Hon. C. F. Gather, Red Cloud, Neb.
List of letters remaining uncalled for
at the- poetoQlcoat Red Cloud, Neb
raska, for tho ,weok ending January
Vernon Aokley, Minnio Burroughs,
W. F. McDowell 2 Perry MoVoy,
Ben Nickels, Alta Tracy,
Theso letttrs will bo sent to the dead
letter ollice January 23d, if not call
ed for before. When calling for abovo
please say "advertised," T. O. Hack
"Tho World Against Him," a drama
in four acts will bo given by home tal
ent at tho opera house week at er next.
Tho exact date will be announced next
week This play lias, sinco its first
production, pinved one of tho tnot-t
successful draiuiis ever written, and it
is safe to say that iu the whole range
of the dtama there is no character to
be found with such power to
compel alternate laughter nnd' tears
as is shown uy Weary Willie.
The dramatic interest is intense, the
appeal to tho sympathy of the human
heart powurlul, and the comedy is as
refined as it is successful in moving
the audience to laughter.
lown at" -J. jWfcwBm
C.ttdwell will luiv v'tur fur s 1
S A. Hideti of Guide Hn;k was li
Isaac SI11 plieidfoti ol Htvorton n
hero this week
Mrs. Hobntt Melltlge of Kearney i
visiting iu thuclty.
Alfred llndell was transacting busi
iieos in Omaha this weok
Paul Pope who has been visiting hen
nas returned to Lincoln.
Wm. Witter of Superior was in tin
city lite first of the week.
II. II Taggart of Hastings wa a vl
itor here first of the week.
Mr. Hubert Cochrane of Inn vale wa
visiting in the city Moudiiy.
Go to Hoby for baled hay, alfalfa and
millet. Prices always right.
J. B France nnd J. E. Wallor of
Cowlcs wero in tho city this week.
Chns. Heckman of LflhannnKnnsas,
wns a business visitor hero this week.
Judge Ed L. Adams and Court He
porter W. J Km so wero hero this
J. K. Chnney and wife returned
homo Tuesday evening from a trip to
Burr Oak, Kansas.
Everybody should hoar Fuller Swift.
His lectures are full of wit and wisdom.
An intellectual feast.
Mrs. Charloy Milligan who has beon
vlsitiag with friends west returned
home Sunday morning.
From latest reports there Is 'ono man
in town who still has one Now Year's
resolution which ho has not brokon.
Just at. this season of tho year it is a
question of how to keep your feet and
back watm both at tho same lime.
C.J. Pope is taking in tlio annual
meeting of the State Implement Deal
ers association at Omaha this week.
A rumor is to tho effect that a new
bittchet shop will be started. Let Vt
come tliete is loom for cheaper meat.
Frank Hamilton who has been here
visiting with his parents Mr and Mis
C L Hamilton has returned to Lincoln.
0 An adjourned tenn of tho district
court was held this week. A list of the
cases tried will appear in our next
Mrs. L. II. Fort who has been visiting
with J. O Wiles nnd wifo at Peru, this
state, returnod homo again Tuesday
The work on the Potter-Wright build
ing was completed this weok. The
bu ilding is now about rsady for occu
pancy. Miss Mablo Wells who has been
spending a couple of weeks with her
parents here has returned to her school
duties at Lincoln.
James Peterson was in Omaha this
week attending the annual meeting of
the Nebraska Stato Agricultaral Imple
ment Dealers association.
Miss Josie Igou who has bsen spend
ing several months with relatives and
friends in Illinois and other,points east
has returned home again.
Charley Fort who has gone t3 Omaha
is manager of a branch wholesale and
retail cigar and tobacco stoio for Pire
g ly & Moore at that place.
Miss Ellen Stonebi.iker was eluded
as a member of tho educational coun
cil fiotn tho kindeigarteu section o!
the State Teacliei-' Association.
Fuller Swill will give the niilv
-iraighl lecture on the course of enter
lainmeiits. 1 hut a laige iiuinhei mav
have an opparuiuity '.o hear liini tin)
getteial adinivloii mi this one will Ijm
The girl who runs nfn r evety travel
ing man aud the bo) lio insists on go
ing with each visiting girl ought to ho
made logo with uiiti auclhei' so as to
oven up affairs.
A large numbT of O.ld Fellows of
this city accompauiid by thHr wives
attended the installation and banquet
Ground Oyster Shells.
lass' Poultry Panacea.
'International Poultry Pood.
Chas. L. Cotting
( THE DRUGGIST.
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THE HEW YEAR 1
Old 1901 has been a great one for this
store. Prosperity has thrived on
merit. Hundreds of new patrons
have been added to our list. Our
business has made a big increase and
a grand start made to begin the'new
year. Thanks and best wishes to you
our patrons. Hut we are not Jcon
tent with the battle already won, we
have other worlds to conquer, and
renewed efforts and greater energy
will be put forth to merit your in
creased patronage. Wishing our
friends one and all
with a full measure of health and
For a few weeks we are going to sell
clothing without a thought of the cost.
We want to clean up for our spring
business and the balance of our win
ter suits, pants and overcoats must go,
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THE STORE THAT
of tho Guide Rock lodge on Wednes
day night. The visiting members from
hero report a splendid time.
Jesse Baker has resigned his position
in Ward Hiatl's barber shop. Ward
lias socured tho services of a first class
barber from St. Jou to assist him in tho
Those who wore fortunato enough to
got their ice put up during too recent
cold snap are now laughing up their
sleeves at the follows who thoaght
there was still plenty of time.
What would you think of your gro
cery man if ho sold you sand for sugar.
What do you think of a druggist who
offers you a substitute for the Madison
Medicine Go's. Hocky Mountain Tea.
C L. Getting.
The next of tlio course of enter
tainments of tho high school will be
given by Fuller Swift January 17th,
0 p.m. at the Congregational chinch
Seats may bu reserved at Oiicu'a alter
Jan. Mtb all p.m.
Fiank Kucha on Tuesday closed -ir-rangements
by which ho becomes the
nossessoi of the Col. Wiggins fatm
across tho river -otitlicnM of this eliy
Fiank has dctet mined to .Mill ii'iuatn
in Webster county.
The junior aid onior classes of tic
Iteil Cloud High School rvpalred on
Tuesday evening to tho home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Oveiing to pav their re
spects to the newly man it d cduple.
A very enjoyable time was had.
The store rooms in tho Bentley build
ing occupied by tho Turnure Bros, are
undergoing repairs nnd will be mater
ially fixed up for tho convenience of tho
firm. Tho arch botweon the rooms
will be niado higher and wider so that
a cash system can bo put in to connect
witli both tho grooory and dry goods
department. The coilings will also bo'
covered with iron.
Tho high sen ml library contains now
about threo hundred volumes of gov
ernment reports. These are congres
sional records, war records, consular
i "ports, memorial addresses, oto.
About one hundred and fifty volumes
wero received last week on tho recoin
iiixndatiou of Cong. Shallonbargor.
The public is entitled to tlio use of
these book- and thoy enn ho secured at
any lime at the high school building.
On Thursday morning the new conn
I) ollleers assumed chargu of thoir to
vectivc olllces, ami oil ones stepped
(to. vn and out Tim old ollleers have
attended to tl.uir duties in a manner
that reilects credit upon uach of them,
Especially is tins so in tlio enso of tho
out-going treavirer, O. I). Robinson.
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- Glothing - Go.
Wo doubt if thero can bo found in tho
state of Nebraska a cleatior, neaUr,
mnro accurato sot of books, or a set ot
books that will show u M-KU ,IU
amount collected on the ainouni levied.
Good words can also be said of tho oth
er various out-going officers. The new
ofllcor.4 are nssumiug their dutira' like
oiu hands and overruling is running as
smooth as though (hero had been no
change. We wish tho old officers sue
cess in thoir future undertakings and,
tho now success in thoir now duties.
The following was rocoived last woek
too late for publication: "On Friday,
Doeomber 20, 1901, a goodly number of
the old friends of H. Hotdredge and
wifo of Inn vale gathered at their homo
witli well filled baskets tn help them
celebrate, their gulden wedding aunt
veisiry. A very pleasant time w s
enjoyed by all. As it wai impossible
for tlio clnldiun all to bo mweni nt
that time iIm-ik wa a family gatheiing
on ChiKlmn-i it.iv .-it which nil
the childieu aud giaml-childicn ('nit
two) were present. Many iiieiucnioeN
and valuable gifts i-it. ma-ived b 1 1 1 .
aged biidn and giomn in liouor of tlie
occasion among which was a beautiful
golden clock and i w. uty-llvo dollni in
gold. Ann. I plea-ant aiirmtuidiuBS
and mem iries the day was nasscd in
joy ii' d tliarikfnliifhH and when tho
time lor parting eamo tho desiro of
each wts ihat tht. dear old counle
might live in eelubratti their diamond.
While me morjr't mirror mill reflect
- The flowery path you've irntl.
With humble truM lift up your heart
In gratitude to (iod.
May every cieud be silver lined
tillll fortune on you amlle.
And every tear a rainbow makit.
As friend life' hour beguile.
May cnmliiK yenr be calm and sweet
Aittlite by olde ou elide
Tot-ether toward die higher life
I'ijoii the other side.
Soothes Tired Muscles Removes
Soreness and Stiffness
Don't toko tho weak, watery Witch
Hazel preparation, represented to ba
"the sumo as" POND'S EXTRACT,
which easily sour and generally con
tain " wood alcohol," a deadly poison.
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