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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1902)
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new line of the
latest styles in
Also an assortment
of the popular
Jewelers and Opticians.
Rod Cloud, Nebraska.
JOUN G. POTTER,
elver Mi.er's Grocery Stare.
' I ttll vnn whn ' Cuba is tho
Iitt tiVO COilk uium ih Wn
inn't get It toko a Bluo Front. Both
, samo stock." .Til
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MORE OR LESS PERSONAL.
Miner Uros. havo cntly sued potatoes
John Fulton of Rlvorton was in tovru
Uooionibor me when you want a bar-nt-ss.
W. H. Patterson of Campbell win on
onr streets Monday.
W. G. Warren of Superior was in the
city Monday eveaing.
Dr. Damorell was in Lincoln this
week on a business trip.
Charles Busher drove up from Guide
Rock Wednesday evening.
armors report sprlag whiat looking
fine aad everybody happy.
James Morrison of Superior was in
Red Clond on Wedaosday.
Picture tnouldiags and curtains at
Taylor's, opposite Cotting's.
Nelson Hwrd of Cowles was a busi
ness visitor bera Saturday.
Mrs. M. W. Dickorson returned home
from Lincoln on Wednesday.
Hugh Hunter of Guide Rook trans,
acted business here Tuesday.
W. B. Housoholde'r of Bladen trans
acted business in the city Monday.
Adam Morhart fas in Itloominaton
the first of the weak attending court.
Thad Sauadors of Alma was in the
city the guest of his father last week.
Henry Boyd and wifo end Mrs.
Woodside of Bladen wore hero on Sat
day. Leslie Brink and wifo of Guide Rock
were in tho city Tuesday on legal busi
ness. Thuro woro three additions by state
ment to tho Church of Christ Sunday
Robert Barkley wont to Kansas City
Saturday on account of the sickness of
T. A. Meredith will niovo his house
hold goods hero from western Kansas
Miss Baker left Thursday for Gcr
tnantnwn, Neb., where she has secured
Will Boats is ablo to bo out again,
steel feeling a little the worso for his
Miss Kaley of Red Cloud is the guest
of her aunt, Mrs. W. B. Liggilt. Heb
O. C. Tiol and Geo. Uveriug were
on a business trip near Guide Rock ou
Airs. M. iMticii ot lied Ulotid was
registered at the Lindell hotel in Lin
coln this week.
Mr. Paul C. Pharcs and children
arrived in tho city from Topeka, Kan
sas, on Sunday.
Alex. Walker, father of A. T. Walker
is very low at this writing and is not
expected to livo.
Do not forget that Taylor has movod
his undertaking to the room opposito
Cotting's drug store.
Tho "Grandmothers" wore. right roy
ally entertained by Mrs. F. G. Turnure
Go to Butlor'sforall kinds of harness
and hardware All goods in both lines
sold at a small margin.
Pasteur's "Blacklcgine" for the pro
vention of black-leg in cattle for sale
by Cotting tho Druggist.
A. Simps nud Henry Becklund of
Red Cloud wore registered at tho Boyd
hotel in Lincoln Wednesday.
Mrs. M. M. Wilson of Blue Hill
mother of Mrs. O I) R-ih
on, was u
guest of the litter this week.
(iixii'Ko Teid'l of Gulilo Rock u.ts in
Mm oiij Monday. He loaves for Al
bona, Cituadii, next Tuesday.
Mrs. A. Cuuimings went to Boatrico
Tuesday morning to bo a guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Blanch Jenkins.
Cbas. Copley, son of Mrs. John Cop
ley, came to thR city Tuesday and had
a polypus removed from his palate.
Nels Lonc'on loft an Saturday for
Clyde, lvttt.. in nuswer to a telegram
announciug the death of his nephew.
At last accoun s Ray Palmer is
mending nicely, boing able to be up
and around. His arm is fast healing
ur. dock reports me arrival oi a
baby at tho home of J. W. Cooper, four
miles south of Inavale, on Sunday
G rgf StarKs and wife, form -i-ly of
th - place but now of Denver, stopped
over liei'd last Friday and visjtod Will
Mitchell nud wile.
Fran); Hnimnn, livlnjr south of the
city, is the happy, "daddy" of a bounc
ing baby girl. Sho arrived at his place
Mrs. Fred Guild camo down fiom
B.uo Hill Tuesday ou a vi to her
p.uent. J. G Miner nnd Ifo. Mr.
Gund oanioou Wednesday.
Mr nrnnttrtv. cnnalatlrnT a !?. .
, ,ai,oa nml sir lnl In unrf. i.u t
town, for sale or rout.
Mks. Louisa . axzx.
Ins. Roche r, residing four anil one
half miles southwest ot tho city, re
turned last Friday from an extended
visit to his old home near Paris,
L. M. Sawyer of Omaha has accepted
a position as stenographer with Over
roan A Blaokledge. Ho arrived in the
city Monday and began his now duties
Word was recevied here on Wednes
day of this week stating Chris Ras
ser had been unfortanate enough te
havo his leg brokea while at work la
Christ. Zeiss, formerly of this olt
and later a section foreman at River
ton, has accepted a like position at
Norton, Kaa.t and meved hit family
there this week.
Swkkt Potatoes won Salk. I have
about 200 bushels of sweet potatoes for
salo aheap, suitable for seed, at ay
homo i miles southwest of Red Cloud
on Penny creek. Joeitra Roohkb.
Bella Ross and his brother George of
Blue Hill, were In the city this week
doing a job of plastering for Carl Per
son. Rolla has for several years past
been working en the D. & R. G. rail
road. Miner Bros have one car choice early
Ohio seed potatoes.
Waller Gurnoy and John Holsworth
returned on Saturday from Alberta,
Canada, whore thoy had been sinco
last fall. Thoy speak in high terms of
the possibilities of that country. Mr.
Gurney may return there.
Quaker lice killer and axel grease at
Tho tire department will give a
dance at tho tiremou's hall on the
uvoning of St. Patrick's day, Monday,
March 17th. Admission, 10 cents at
the door. Good music and good order.
A general invitation is txtouded to all.
Sowing machines nt reduced prices,
at Tuylor's, opposite Cotting's drug
I havo buyers for both farm and pus
lure laud. If you have land for sale
pleaso list It with me at oner. No
charge if I do not get you n buyer.
Also farm loans at lowest rate with op
tion. O. F. Catiikk, Red Cloud, NeW.
Woik was commonced this week pre
paring the Potter building for tho use
of Messrs. Black and Penman, who,
rumor has it, havo formed a partner
ship. They will move their stocks of
goods in as soon as the work is com
pleted. Have you bought one of thoso oak
tanned halters tor 09c, 89c 31.0t? But
ler keeps them.
Thomas Fishor, wife, mother an
two sisterF,,and Mrs.. Benson ami fam
ily left Tuesday for Eliuira, Oregon,
their future homo. The community is
sorry to lose these people, as thoy have
proved themselves good neighbors and
Tho only oxclusivo harness shop is in
the north end of the Moon block. Good
work and the right prico.
Frank Fahndrich, son of Chas. Faun-
drich living north of the city, left on
Monday for Michigan, whero the latter
will also go as soon as he disposes of
his property hero. Mr. Fahndrich is
an old resident hereabouts and will be
missed in the community.
Bring your nows items to Tub
Chief. Wo will be glad to print items
of local and general interest.
M. L. Zook, who was an apprentice
for Postmaster Hackor when ho was
conducting a newspaper busiacss at
Brownvlllo, Neb., thirty-one years ago,
was in Red Cloud last Friday for the
first timo. Ho is now representing tho
Reeso Printing company of Omaha.
It. T. Potter and Adam Morhart wore
Bloemlngton the first of tho week
attending tho preliminary hearing of
Carl and Paul Sharrf, who were
arrested on the cbargo of stealing hogs
.'rom James Brown, living north of
Riverton. They were bound over for
trial at the next term of the district
Charles F. Fahndrich will hold a pub
lic sale on bis farm, i miles north and
1 mile west of Rod Cloud, on Friday,
March 21st, at 10 a. m , at which timo
will bo offered for sals 0 head of horses,
24 head of cattle, 10 hogs, 10 chickens,
1 new Hnber threshing outfit, 16-horso-power
Huber traction engine, and
A. J. Hayes, Ervlng Ely, W. J. Ham
ilton, H. T. Dillon, George Hoover and
Harry Vaugnn of Guido Rock attended
tho regular meeting of Odd Fellows
hero Tuesday night. Henry Bird of
Billings, Okla., formerly of Guide
Rock, and P. R. Niell of Council Grove,
Kas., wore also in attendance. After
the work was completed thevisitois
and brothers were escorted to che Bon
Ton cafo, where they were served with
Chas. H. Kaloy this week commenced
draining tho water out of his largo Huh
pond in the southoast part of the city.
His intentions aro to make tho pood
about four or live times its present size
and from three to eight foet deep, He
will also mako a nice park which will
be suitable for picnio parties, and have
boating, bathing an 1 other amuso
monls. When completed ho expects to
have an ideal place for picnic nnd
C. D. Robinson and his estimable
family left last ovening for their future
home at La Grande, Oregon, whero he
he will go into the grocery business
with L. D. Well. By his removal Rod
Cloud loses one of Its best and most
highly respected faaiilies. During the
eight years he has boon connected with
the eounty treasurer's oSce, four years
as deputy and four years as treasurer,
he proved himself to be oae of the most
faithful, accurate, competent and oblig
ing officials the county ever (had, and
all that kept him from being re-elected
for the the third term was that the state
law prohibited his running . White we
with the general public', are sorry to
noto that he has removed, wo also wish
him an abundance of success in his
aewly choien'horae. WbatTis Red
Cloud's loss is LeGrando's gain and
we take pleasure in recommending
him and his estimable wifo to tho poo
pie of that place.
Albright Bros, are this week moving
Into their new location, tho two north
rooaas of the Moon block. This move
was made necessary by their large and
growing business. These rooms are
divided into four apartment!. In the
north part you may see displayed a
large and comploto stock of line furni
ture, wall paper, otc. The room is
beautifully paperod and tho walls aro
hung with many lino pictures. The
front part of tho south room will be
used for a music room, bohind which
is tho casket room so ni ranged that
thoir stock can bo easily seen at any
time. By tho side of tho casket room
Is their largo and well lighted work
room. Thoy havo in their employ a
first class undertaker and cabinet
makor. Their opeaing date has not
been set but expect it to bo on or about
Saturday, March 22d. Watch for it.
Dr. Thos. Dinsmoro of Syracuse, N.
Y., will givo the last entertainment of
the collide, given under tho manage
ment of the high, school, Friday, March
21st, 8 p. in., at the opera house. Prof.
l)lnnioro has strong rccoia.ueudatlons
from Bishop Vlncont, Dr. Barrows,
Chancellor Snow, and other promlnont
men, which indicates his rank among
the men on the lecture platform. This
promises to bu tho number of the
course, as this man is paid a third
more than any singlo attraction that
has appeared. Holders of season tick
ets may reserve thoir seats after -1 p.m.
on Tuesday, March 18th. Tickets will
bu on sale at tho same lime.
Prof. Alter of the Franklin academy
says that thoy have secured Dinsmoro
for the third time and consider him
their strongest attracliou. lio recom
mends him very highly.
Bishop Vincent says, "Tho illus
trated lectures of Dr. Dinsmoro at
Chautauqua were both instructive and
attractivo. Ho sjoins to have a knack
of making facts as clear as sunlight."
A now stylo plow has been placed on
the markot which it is claimed by far
excolls any old stylo plows. This is
what is called a disc plow, and it i
claimed for it that whilo It is under the
perfect coatrol of tho drivor at all
times it can by tho uso of a lover bo
made to run level at all times, either
on n hillside or level ground. The
depth at which the disc is to bo run is
also under tho control of the diiver.
The claim is also made by tho manu
facturers that it will plow through all
Kinds of hard ground sticky soil or
trashy surface. Wolfo Bros, will havn
plows of this kind on exhibition in a
few.days. They also carry all other
kinds of farm machinery and would bo
pleased to show you their stock and
quota you prices. Give them a call.
daeate Your Bowole With Caacarctt.
Gaudy Cathartic, care constipation forerer.
Jea.a6o. It G.C.O. fall, drasKlats reload mosey.
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IT'S SO GOOD !
for the tired feeling that conies
ia the spring, due to sluggish
nd impvre blood. We meaa
a medicine that kas been tried
and has won such an enviable
reputation with those who have
used it. It is tho bost spri g
medicluo on the market i
purifa tho blood and tono up
the system. We havo a com
plete assortment of drugs and
Chas. L. Cotting:,
Lay it away tenderly,
Pack it with care
The old winter suit
That has given such wear
Jioui for Something iNeut!
For the man who is not so pitifully poor, or
so recklessly reck, we have suits in fancy
Worsteds, Cassimeres, Plain Chevoits and
Tweeds at $7,06, 7.50, 8.00, $8.50, $9.00 and
Every Suit is Worth
we ask for it, and every man who buys one of
these suits will be well satisfied
You can pay more money to the other fel
lows but you'll get no better suits, We would
like to show you the new spring styles, in
Suits, Hats and Furnishings,
even if you have no notion of buying. Come
in anyhow just for a look.
Gowden Haley Clothing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
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our stock of groceries will be in next week.
New Goods and Right Prices. $
Bring in your produce of all kinds and you
may have either meat or groceries in
exchunge at the old stand.
Real Estate Transfers.
Tho following transfers, furnishod
by tho Webster County Abstract nnd
Farm Loan company, woro made dur
ing tho past week:
James M West to E P Denton,
n..20 4 12.wd 9 8W0
Louis Brownoll to Sarah A Dick
son, nei 3 2 11 w d
Lucy E Francis to A G Nicker-
mn. nw 2G 3 10 W d
Geo C Kaup and wifo to Llwlo
Worloy,seielswi314 12wd 1
Lizzlo Worloy to Anna tvaup,
Benj M Frees and wife to Piatt &
Frees Co, lots 10 to 21, blk 8t,
find Cloud w d 10W
J G Myers to O H Potter, lots 1
to 4, blk 14, Red uiouu w u oyw
John E Jones and wife to Wm M
Minor, sei 38 2 0, w d 82M
Mary Walz and husbanu to war
garot Froeburg, sw 9 3 10 w d
State of Nebraska to John Hes
unihnnhor. nt set and nl swj
Stato of Nebraska to Wm Kron
er, sr Sf i 86 2 , d GOT
David B Btunkard to H B Hunter
ni swi 20 2 0 wd
Emma H. Bates et al to Benton
Prather, swi 8 8 10 q o d 1
Wm Klacher and wife to Martin
Konzack, sei 36 2 0, w d 1250
Nebraska Land Co to Annie h
McDonald, pt sej 34 2 11, wd....
D MoUallum, agt, to John Dun
bar, lots 5 aud 6, blk 1, Guide
Rock, w d
John Dunbar and wifo to Clara
E Brink, same
Hiram F King to Clara E Brink,
pt lot 12, blk 4, Guide Rock,wd
Clara E Brink and husband to H
B Hunter, lota 0 and 0, blk 1,
and lot 12, blk 4,Guldo Bock, wd
The Reliable Butchers. $
A Twenty Year
'In an Old Line Company is
the best kind of life
r'fhe cash value of the policy at the
end of tho period is more than
you have paid.
'Fire, Lightning, Tornado and
kin the best Old Line or Mutual!
0. C. Teel, Agt.,f
Rkd Cloud, Nebraska.
T C Hacker to Lena Temple, pt
nei 85 2 11, w d 230
Sena Temple to T C Hacker, lota
13 to 15, blk 8, S&Maddto
Red Cloud, w d 250
Jas N Clark, receiver, to John V
Ekwell, nwj 24 3 10, w d 290
C F Fahndrich and wife to Retta
Miner, nej 10 2 11, w d 2850
Henry Steffens to Fred Churches,
nwi nwj nwi and nei swi
ll 3 4, w d , 4ioo
Mary E Fisher to Wm M Crablll,
swi 21 and ni nwi and ni swj
28 2 11, w d 4000
Mortages lllod...,... 15,250
Mortgages released 4,787
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