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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1902)
A new line of the
latest styles in
Also an assortment
of the popular
Wo would bo much plraspd if suli
scribcis who nro in itriuars would call
at thoolllue, or wrltt, nmt seltlo thoir
amounts. Wo would llko to got our
books iu liistclusfl otdor, nml yout
favors will bo highly appreciated.
W ' -
Heuihoose Bros., I
Jewolors a"d Opticians. f
Hod Cloud, Nebraska.
John g. potter,
KTTOHN6Y - RT - L.KW.
Ovor Mizer's Grocery Store.
"1 tell jou wlmt tho Now Cuba Is tin
bust tivo cent cigar in town. If yoi
oiui't get it tako a IHuo Front. Both
uiv f the same slock."
Alex. Monla wai in tho city Tuesday.
T. W. Auld returned to Lincoln on
Miner Bros, hnre early seed potatoes
A. Cook is reported to bo qulto aiok
Quaker lice killer and axel grease at
W. G Black went to Omaha tho first
of this week.
Remember me when you want a har
ness. Job Foori,.
Miner Bros have one car choice otrlr
Ohio seed potatoes.
Ed Moranville of Guide rtock was in
Rod Oloud Saturday.
W. N. Richardson left on Monday
morning for Omaha.
Leonard Smith and Dan Garber re
turned homo Saturday.
L. H. ttlaokledge went to Guido
Rock Tuesday morning.
Pioture mouldings and curtains at
Taylor's, opposite Cottlng's.
Charles liilky of Guido Rock trans
acted business hero Tuesday.
County Clerk Garber attended Harry
McCormal's salo on Monday.
Emanuol Fitz wont to Guido Rock
Monday morning on business.
By Shephordson of Riverton was in
tho city this week on business.
Two or three- good second-hand bug
gies for Halo. F. N. Riciiaudson.
Frank Slaby is tliu hnppy father of a
tun-pound boy, born Saturday, March
J. L. ltobbins, from near Esbon,
brought up a load of alfalfa seed Mon.
Charles Uusheo was up fro n Guido
Rock Sunday, returning homo Monday
A. P. Johnson of Bladen boarded tho
train horo Tuesday morning bound for
Mrs. Sarah Reid bqarded tho 10
oVlock train Wednesday morning for
Do not forget that Taylor bait moved
his undertaking to the room opposite
Cottlng's drag store.
Dr. Beck reports the arrival of a new
girl at the home of Hugh Robertson
and wifo last Sunday.
Bertha Lockhart went to Jewell
City, Kansas, Saturday for a visit with
friends and relatives.
Go to Butler's for all kinds of h,arneiB
and hardware. All goods in both lines
sold at a small margin. N '.
Pasteur's "Blacklegine" for the pre
vention of black-leg in cattle for sale
by Cotting the Druggist.
Mrs. John Holcomb Sr. left Wednes
day for Lafayette, Ind., whero she
goes to visit friends and relatives.
C. W. Frink of Bloomington, Illinois,
was hero this week looking for land iu
this vicinity, with a view of locating.
A now iron s.nokostack at tho cream
ery has replaced tho old one, which
was blown down recently by tho wind.
Taylor Readv went io Red Cloud
today. Ho i roiiii-inpltitinu quitting
ho 'm mi an entering tho nuwpnper
bu iiitis. Rivet ion Review.
Mr-i Nt-lliq Mi'Olure return d to her
hont'i in Elk Creek on Sunday after
a shci i visit at tho homo of her par
outs, A. 11. K'Uey and wife.
Mrs. Josie Cadman, who hnil been
visltinc her mother, Mrs. Prat her, for
some time, returned to her homo in
Bloomington tbn tirst of tho weeK.
ThorrtMs J Wright of Red Cloud has
been granted Inere.ue, lustoialion, r.
isue, etc., to the amount of $12 fiom
tho pension department at Washing
ton. A furniture car on No. 03 caught tiro
and was consumed between Hubbell
and Chester Saturday afternoon. It
was necessary to stop the ttain and
disconnect the car.
Guy Barnrs ami sister left Wednes
day morning for Oskaloosa, f"vti,
wheio thoy went to be at thu liuide
ot Uuir lnter E 'Hie, who is it-ported
very slek at that place.
Misb J.eiui Ayi e, who had been visit
ing at the hnihi: ul C. H. Miner tor the
past six wooks, 1 etui mil to hei home
in Haddam, Kansas, Saturday, having
boon called there by the Mcknes uf
Ed Sm'th iumI wituof Norton, Ivau.
n, diiio I no Satiudny tr n vNi.
with filoudi and at ttio homo of hi
parents, J. II. Smith and uifp, 'J'hui
left this week for Salt LaWCity, their
Grant Usher was in Guido Rock on
Irving Cummings is on the sick list
Mrs. George Morhart went to Guido
Dr. Damorell was taken suddenly ill
Wanted, a good cook at tho Bon
Ton; t3por week.
Ed Fry, who has boon qulto sick, is
Thomas Burden drove down from
Blsdon on Thursday.
Tho Kingman combined riding
lister only 130 at Wolfe Bros.'
Cloyd Cummings mads a business
trip to Guide Rock on Thursday.
Millet and cano sood and a full lino
of fresh garden seeds at Roby's.
Miss Gertie Kaley returned home
Wednesday night from Guide Rock.
Alex Walker, fathorot A. T.Walker,
is slowly recovering from his sickness.
George Hutchinson of Cowles was in
tho city Wednesday looking after his
Martin Konsak and wife of Guido
Rock were transacting business hero
Have you bought ono of those oak
tanned halters for 60c, 89o 11.04? But
ler keeps them.
E. J. Overing Jr. has purchased the
J. A. Baum property iu tho northwest
part of the city.
Mrs. Hays of Guido Rock came up
Wednesday night. She is visiting at
tho home of County Olork Garber.
Work began Wednesday morning
diRing tbo cellar for tho addition to
tho building lately purchased by Minor
James It Robinson of Henry, Illi
nois, was hero this week to look after
hi.s property and incidentally to reuow
Walter Warren was up from Super
ior thu litst of thu week. Ho has sold
his marblo works at Supetinr ami ac
cepted a position in St. Joseph, Mo.
My property, consisting a 8-riom
house and six lots in nort nest'mrtof
town, for salo or rent.
Mus. Louisa Lanky.
P. Morton, Sr , L. Waterbury, F.
Smith and W. S. Ashby of Blue Hill
woro in tho city Wednesday evening in
uttendanco at the K. of P. lodge here.
On Saturday, March 29, the ladies of
the M. E. church will give their annual
Eastor bazar. They will also sorve
their usual excellent dinner and sup
per. Joe Swan of Denver is in the city
this week with the view of renting the
Hotel Royal. Mr. Swah opened the B.
& M. eating houso at this place in the
Have you noticed that fatherly smile
on tbo countenance of Henry KeslerT
It is caused by the arrival of a son of
more than the usual Nebraska weight
Archie Potter, brother of J. G.Potter
Jr. of this city, has sold his newspaper
in Iowa and moved to Wheatland, Wy
oming, where he has again entered the
Sweet Potatoes for Sale. I have
about 200 bushels of sweet potatoes for
sale eheap, suitable for seed, at my
home i miles southwest of Red Cloud
on Penny crock. Joseimi Rooiikr.
I have buyers for both farm and pas
ture land. If you have land for sale
please list it with mo at ouce. No
charge if 1 do not get you a buyer.
Also farm loans at lowest rate with op
tion O. F. Catiikr, Red Cloud, Neb.
From the KutiniK Mall nml llrccie.
A man who has been something of a
liar in his time had a spoil of reproving
conscience and decided that com
what would, from that timo on he
would speak his honest sentlmtnts
about everything that was calltd to
his attention. Ho was passing the
houso of a neighbor whose wife was
jut hanging the washing ont en tho
lino. Ho look a careful look at the
clothos and decided that they hadn't
been washed with as much care as
tney shown, tie was inclined to pass
on as he always had done before, but
it occurred to him that her was a
chance to speak his sontlraents. He
accordingly went up into the yard, ac
costed Mrs. Brown, and then proceeded
to tell hor that the way her clothes
were washed didn't suit him and that
she ought to be a lot more careful after
this. Mrs. Brown is a red-headed wo
man and the way sho lit into the ma
who had determined to toll the truth
at all hazards was a caution to snakes.
Ha had never had an Idea that any wo
man could say as manymtan .kings
about another person as shaaald about
him in abotit a minute nnd.a.naif. She
finally wound up by informing him
that she would give him just Ihrie tieo-
onds by a stop clock to get out of the
yard or she would set a large, low
browed bull-dog on him. He went.
He stopped in at the blacksmith shop
and commenced to tell the smith that
ho wasn't holding tho leg of a horse
properly to shoe it and proceeded to
give tho smith considerable more free
opinions along tho line ot the proper
manner to conduot his business. The
blacksmith, who was a husky man with
an arm on him like the rear limb of a
Missouri mule, listened without re
marks for a few minutes and thon
threw tho truth-toller out on tho bard,
hard ground. The fall stunned the
man nnd tho ground skinned his faco
quito a good deal, but hn wasn't en
tirely discouraged. Ho wont on de
termined to carry out his conscientious
purpeso to tell tho whole truth as it
occurred to him. At noon his wifo
met somo mon at thu door. They were
carrying tho person of her husband
homo to his own iiresido for rest and
repairs. Both his oyts wore closod for
tho week. Three of his front tooth
wore gouo and ono of tho men who
carried him homo said as they couldn't
find them near him tho conclusion was
that ho had inadvertantly swallowed
them. The bridgo of his nose was
broken and his clothes looked ns if a
couple, of collego teams had played a
fow innings with him in a muddy Held.
When the doctor got through patch
ing him up and had heard the stery of
his resolve to tell the truth, the physi
cian, who had as much geod horse
sense as he had skill, remarked: "De
votion to truth, my damaged friend,
doesn't compel a man to be a blamed
For gentlemen who want
the Correct Hat, the Right
Tie, the latest and smartest ideas in Collars, Cuffs,
Shirts, gloves, Shoes and ivery little detail that goes to
complete the wardrobe I of a good dresser, we have
'Just the Correct Thing." The snappy things, late
ideas, Good dressers depenaon us for all the new ideas
and wrinkles in haberdashery, and we never disappoint
them. If you get your suits and furnisnings here you'll
look swell Easter Sunday.
Clothe Your Boys Here
GouideD Kaley Clothing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
HOMESEEKERS RATES TO CALI
FORNIA. March 18th, April 1st and 15th, If ay
Oth and 20th; only one fare plus 12 for
tho round trip to all points in Califor
nia. Stopovers allowed on the going
trip. Final retura limit is 21 days
from date of sale. Please call or write
for further information.
A. Conovkb, Agent.
The Cnr and Chicago Inter Ocean
one year for ll.2fi.
The Chid and Life of McKinley $1.50
WE PAY CASH FOR '
HIDES AND POULTRYf
RIFE KOON, J
The Reliable Batchers. !
of all kinds. Our stock of Groceries is now in. Butter
Eggs. Etc; taken in exchange for Groeeries or Meat.
Gome and sec us.
Bdacate Your Bowels With Oaacareta.
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever
wo. 86c It C. C. O. fall, druggist ret una money-
IT'S SO GOOD !
for the tired fneling that comes
in the spring, due to sluggish
snd impure blood. We mean
a medicine that has beon triod
and has wou such an enviable
reputation with those who have
used it. It is tho best sprirg
medicine on tho market to
purify tho blood and lotto up
tho systoin. Wo havo a com
plete assortmont of drugs and
Chas. L. Cotting,
Winning - Combination T
riusic, Furniture, Undertaking.
Pleasure, Comfort, Rest.
THE P. C. R. STORE
carry a full line of musical merchandise and sheet music with a competent player
Miss Ethel Hosmer, always ready to entertain and wait on you in this department.
We carry a complete line of Fnrniture, Window Curtains, Wall Paper, Picture
Moulding and Carpets, and have with us an expert cabinet maker and upholsterer,
wbe can repair your furniture and make it almost as good as new.
We carry a full line of undertaking supplies and were fortunate in procuring
Mr. B, F. Muntz, of Winona, Minnesota, who has had nine years experience in
city undertaking and embalming.
We are nicely located in the north rooms of the Damerell block ready to serve
all patrons in our line under the business motto: "Live and Let Live."
xv Gpwtav T)ai WY ii Tftvcv fc&ttv, from to tt V-v-
Each lady will be presented with a useful keepsake and each genlU-munJwith a
Music the entire time.,and a a special low price on everything in ourjstore "for that
day only, j'
Proprfitors of the P. C. &R, Store,
Each person registering their name, giving their post office address and name
of paper in which they saw this ndvertisement will be given a ticket entitling them
to a chance to draw a center table
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