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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 28, 1902)
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RED CLOUD, NEISKASKA. MAI? OH 28, 1J)02.
Greater price advantages than we or you ever
However small the price we have the goods and
at the prices the best.
Our trade expects of us the best in every class, regardless of the price, and they
get it, Genuine business success is the outgrowth of giving the
best values for the customers.
No matter how small the pric,
price are unmatc
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1 l.iiVZ ,h.lC
oods at that
Board mot pursuant to adjournment
on Mnreh'20tli, at 1) a.m., nil tnoinbcrs
Motion uuulo timl seconded Unit Jo
soph Holnrleli ho appointed U. 11. It. I).
No. 48." Motion prevailed.
Motion mndn nud seconded in tho
matter of erroneous assessment of Win.
Schtiltz in taxes under protest. Tho
treasurer wan Instructed to refund 98.
Motion tu-uln and carried that claims
for rotul tax work hu paid out of tho
fund in road district lu which tho work
Motion mado and carried that treas
urer bo iustiuctcd to sell lots 15 to 24,
block ll.Garbot's 2d nddition to Red
Cloud for BOo on tho 81 00.
Motion mado and carriod that lots 4
and 0, block 10, ordinal town of liluo
Hill bo sold for f 10.50.
Motion mado and carried that county
treasurer bo authorized to sell tho fol
lowing lots, 9 to 12, block 3, Rohrer's
addition to B!uo Hill for $20.00, loss
1001 taxes nad cost of salu.
Tho following claims were ullowed
and warrants ordered drawn on the
Mercerized Grenadines, 25r
Tissues, 20c to 30c
. - Sheet Lawns. 1;
A " Silk Gingha1
' . Batistes 7 to 25c
Dimities 10 to 35c
Imported novelties 75c.
", ' Mousseline de Sole, 50c.
Silk Novelties 50c. '
Czarina silks 50c.
French Ginghams 15 to 30c. -V . .
Special line of ginghams at 10c.
-' Special line of ginghams at 6c, very nice for
No one can doubt the extent of our line after ex
amining the goods on display on our counters.
To have seen them is to have seen the best.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
Tlio President of a certain big Oil Oom
pony i dd to bo worth t300,000,000. A
tidy bit of money and no mistake. And
yot ho isn't happy. In an address to a Blbls
class h spok of hrlala and troublei of the
rioh and ths loads thoy have to carry, A.
young Inly whispered to a friend that ho
might if ear a Benson's Porous PlaaUr on Ida
back or, batter still, divide the money among
the numbers of the clasa. I don't know
why her idea about the plaster makes ma
want to laugh, but it does. All tha earns
I have seen plenty of people laugh after
putting Benson's Plaster on their back
or chests, or on any other spot whero there
waa weight, heaviness, weakness or pain.
It may b the sharp stabs of neuralgia, the
aches and wrenches of rheumatism ; it may
be colds in muscles or bones j it maybe
those kidney or lumbago thrusts that make
you yell as at a dog bite; or it may be a
strain or cramp, anything that wants quiet
ing and comforting. Dont bother with
salves, liniments, lotioss, etc., or with say
of ths stupid and useless eld styls plasters.
Clap on a Benson's. It relieves t one
and cures quickly. It stops th pain and
snakes you laugh for th very ease and good
feeling of it. But watch out against Im
itations and substitutes. All druggists,
w will prepay postage on any number
ordered in tha United State on receipt
u tsabory k Johnson, Mfg. Chemists, MX
A. Il.ntK.. W) 83
W. . Hoffman .. a (
K u, Chrlnty 1 80
Harrr llnrrlH ...... 63
Chns. Ooll 5 HS
V. I. (Jrcenki .100
W. II. Stciira 1 9J
N. horeeiihou U 00
(.'ban. Ilaimcii. ..... ii 00
Jns. Atwood !1 05
K. S. (iRrbcr. o hi
Antli.iiT Sudl.ek.. I 00
Krnnk A. Ktiebn. . H 10
K. (inlllford 2 00
II. .allinnu 3 01
Vance ssorRCtuon .30 00
For salo bills cull at this olllce.
Potter wiis In (Juido Mock
Seed Potatoes I
o. T)0. '.
i. W. fti..'i
Mrs. Lizzie Barber of Cnwlos, Neb
raska is visiting relatives and frlonds
of our part this wook.
Al. Sorivnor canio in from Norton
and Grahnm county Saturday with ton
bond of nice work mules ho bought out
Cool and blustery,, ronl March wea
thor, though lot her curan now if wo
aro to have any more winter beforo
Tho Mt. Hopo school in two weeks
more will bo a thing of tho past and
Wm, G. Shannon will havo a rost after
.teaching for six months.
Jesse Sapp formerly of this part, and
now living near Hill City, Kansas, is
visiting his little boy Lesllo this week
at bis Grandpa Scrivnor's.
Mr. Uerndon of Lincoln, Nebraska,
and formerly of our locality is down on
a visit with Wolf and others and may
move back on his farm this spring.
Mr. Brown, a carpenter of Red
Uoud, and a first-class workmao, is
tho contractor nnd builder of James
Butler's addition to his residence on
Wo aro glad to report that old Win
Harrott who has boon seriously sick is
improving fast under tho euro of the
Womor doctor and Dr. Crnigliton of
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Mark Hanna Paine, our trustee and
assossor was ascertaining what tho
farmers on our crook were worth last
week and wo learned ho was nearly
done with the work of his township.
J. O Butler's now hous'i is under
good hoadwny and will soon bo com
pleted. It adds greatly to tho general
appearanco of his farm as well as his
other buildings and windmills ho has
Wm. J. Scrivner who lias been in
Oklahoma sinco last fall working at
his trade of carpenter, has come home.
He reports that tlto wheat is injured in
that country on account of tha dry
winter. He says iu some localities
they uavon't had any rain since they
owed it last. fall.
An item is going thu round of tho
press to tho ulTect that newspaper aro
more reliable than commercial agen
cies iu deciding a man's financial
standing. It is a fact that one of tho
frequent questions a newspaper man
is called upon to answer is as to men's
willingness and ability to pay their
debts and meet their obligations. A
man goes away from homo to sottlo in
a new country. Thu, next thing is a
query tired buok to his homo paper
unking all about him. Many a man
has gono oh" owing his home paper n
big bill and hu wouders why it is that
his now homo people seem afraid to
trust him and regard him with suspi
cion. Tho answer is easy, Some one
has written back to his lrino paper
and tho paper has promptly replied
that he is 'no good. Osceola Record.
Are You Using Allen's Postdate?
Shako into your shoes Allen's Foot
Kase, a powder. It cures Corns, Bun
ions. Painful. Smarting. Hot. Swollen
feU At all druggistsfand shoe stares,
. :i to v. w. wripht u -v
., K w Aiiillii Kile;-,j... ,..1 to
10 BO Vniiec SorBcnKon.. lb 00
Dr. t. W. Tnllejn H 001.1. A. McArthnr ... I'l Rft
F. II. (irrlncb -1 .'0 Jhb. linrdon.. 0 VJt
h. II. lilackleilgc. :i Uo
F. II. flcrlHolJ S lllcnry Arm'B '.'O 00
T. It. Hnl) ft 00 C. A. Ontario- SI Of)
Austin .Itllcy 13 00 W. II. Itoby II ijo
Mcrlen . Hellncr. 7 60 Jhh. h. Jolnifcon & Oil
T. II.QlllKKle 9 S3 A. MmiJclbnum. 7
K A. Crelgliton 24 1 r. W. II. Uaulk....7l SO
W. II. Itoby 21 20 Dr. .1. K. IJurrett. 10 10
M II tibei'ley A SonSO oj t)r. r. II. Myers 31 M
Dr. C. WeRRmnnU 00 II. StumpcBherbt. .1 ..'
Turnnro HruH 20 'JMH, .1. Wbltteu to 35
Motion made and seconded that bil
of Morten & Poisiget for 110 bo reduced
to $7 CO. Carried.
Motion mado nud catried that bill of
W. 11. Caulk of 5118 fiO bo reduced to
Motion mado and carried that bill wf
C. A. Guthrio for $11.75 bo reduced to
Motion mado and carried that claim
of Henry Aruds for $20 75 bo reduced
On motion board adjourned until)
8:80 a.m. March 21, 190-2.
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Moved and carried that J. B. WUe
carver bo appointed O. H. II. U. No. 04.
Upon motion Isaac Thomas appoint
ed O. H. K. L. No. 38.
Tho application of R. U. Pitney for
admission to tho soldiers homo at
Grand Island was presented to the
board and. applicant recommended for
Motion mado'and carried that county
buy carload of bridge material from
John Tow le, Omaha, Nobr.
Board adjourned sine die.
Jury List May Term
Tho following named poisons havo
been drawn for tho May term of dis
trict court which convenes May 5, 1902.
h. M. Barlow, Chas. Uoigle,
jAko Goll, Fred Peterson.
Chas. McConkoy, K. Ii. Cox,
Ed. Metcalf Alex Forest,
Wm. Schultz, A. A. Cooper,
Jno. Lurkoy, S. L White,
Frank Beau, A.J.Hayes,
J.O, Hartman, Geo. Hutchison,
F. M. Wright, Geo. Matkins,
Ed. Bobbins, B. F. Hudson,
Albert Henry, Tom Jones,
Iko Ludlow, E. Woodward.
If all tho efforts put forth, with al
tho time and money invested iu order,
to tear down established good cus
toms, established business, and well
grounded institutions, were ur I in
strengthening the good custom'., bet
tering business already started and do
ing honorable work, and in 'ienling
fairly and squarely with institutions
already well-grounded, Columbus
would doubtless be better off, Colum
Sold Potatoes 1
Geo. Heeyts was. up from Guido
Wm. Woodsillo of Bladen wits oiutu
streets Tuesday. ',
Willis A. Carpentor of Intivalo was
in tho city Wednesday.
W. N. Richardson returned home
from Omaha last Friday.
V. II II. Wells and wifo loft Tues
day morning for Diller, Nebraska.
A. J Bragg, wifo and daughter of
Guido Rock wero in the city Wednes
day. Sowing machines at reduced prices,
nt Taylor's, opposite Cotting's drug
Car load of northern grown sood
corn on hand at $l.2fi por bmhel at W .
W. L. McMillan returned Thursday
evening from a two weexs' trip to Chi
cago and other points.
Herb Richardson of Council Bluffs,
Iowa, son-in-law of Ed. Parkes is visit
ing in the city this week.
Dr. Bock reports tho arrival of a
baby daughter at tho home of Jesse
Roigle on Wednesday of this week.
John Sal.orman, who did tho car
penter work on the Potter-Wright
building, was in tho city tho fore part
of the week.
J as. Robinson who has been shaking
bands with old friends hero, doparted
for his home at Henry, Illinois, the
last of the week.
Wo would like to impress you with
tho fact that the Glass Blowers take as
much pleasure iu giving u good show
as you do in cooing one.
Will Phares, who has been for tho
past three weeks connected with tho
Ciiikk, departed last Friday morning
for his homo at Cllcton, Illinois.
Mrs. Ida M Howland of Hastings
will give a Viavi lecture to ladies on
Thursday afternoon, April 3, nt 3 p.m.
Subject, "Health Talk" nt tho resi
dence of 1). J. Myers.
Graco Episcopal Sorvico Sunday
March 30, "Easter Day," morning
prayer, holy communion and sermon
10:30 a.m. Evening prayer and ser
mon 7:30 p m. Sunday school 13 m
The public is cordially invited.
Church services nt tho Baptist church
Preaching services every Sunday at 10
80 a.m, and at 8 p.m. Sunday school
at 11.80 a.m. Young People's mooting
at 7 p.m. Mid-week prayer service
each Wednesday evening. T, K.
Harry Bates who formerly lived near
Cowles, but now of Dresden, Kuusas,
passed through bere Thursday eiinuittt
to Cowles where ho has been cnlled by
the sickness of his mother living cnit
of that, place, who Is repotted quite
lo'v with stomach trouble.
Evangelist Meredith has moved into
tho Chas. Potter houso directly east, of
tho Fireman's hall whero all who may
noed his services may find him. Ho
expects his wife on Saturday, March
20th. She is just closing a six months
term of school in western Kansas.
Mark his smile.
At the Baptist church there will bo
regular services each Sunday morning
and evening. This is a decided step in
advnuco nnd wo are sure our friends
will rejoice with us. Next Sunday,
morning tho pastor will preach an
Easter sermon nnd tho evening themo
will bo of interest to all.
Tho Odd Fellows of this city aro
making elaborate preparations for tho
celebration of the 83d anniversary of
tho founding of tho order in America.
Thoy have secured Judge Norrls of
McCook, a Past Grand Master, to do
liver tho address which will bo given
iu tho opera house tho evening of
April 25th. Thu public is welcome
Subjects at tho Church of Christ Sun
day, March 30th: "How may I know
that I am saved?" "Fallon among
thieves." Bible school 12 in. Prayer
mooting Wednesday 7 30 p.m. Junior
Endeavor Sunday 3 p.m., Mis Winnie
Sherman, Supt. C. E. 0.40 p.m. Sun
day. A cordial welcome to all. T. A.
jki v. isiiiKorirnmi januiy tcu las;
Thursday ovening for LaGrnndo, Ore
gon, whero he will go in business with
Messrs. C. 1). Robinson nud L. I).
Wells. Bert as ho is commonly known,
has iiKtny friends h re who will regret
his departure, but who also wish him a
full measure of success in his nuw lo
cution. As u citizen Bert hits always
been an exemplary one, nnd we take
pleasure in recommending him to tho
pcoplo of L iGrando.
.Last Thursday being Mr. and Mrs.
M. O. Sherman's thirty-second anniver
sary, a numuer ot ins relatives ana
frlonds decided to help them com
memorate tho event, nud wended their
way to their homo iu the south part of
tho city, with well-tilled baskets, and
gave Mr. and Mrs. Sherman one of the
most pleasant surprises they bad ever
participated in. A very pleasant timo
was had. Mel says he never saw so
much "grub," and in speaking to a
reporter tho next morning he said he
was "us full as a toad around n street
lamp at night," and we have no doubt
ot It. .4
Big Horn Basin. Arejou interested
in tho big Horn Basin of WyomlngT
It contains marvelous openings for
small ranches along good streams in
the valleys, with one million of gov
ernment land open to settlement under
the United States land laws. Tho Bur
lington Route bra just published a
.'older descriptivo of tho Big Horn
Basin. It Is illustrated and contains
an accurate map. It tells about tho
lay of tho land, character of tho soil,
prndmtiH, yield, irrigation ami oppor
tunltio". If you're interested, belter
write for a copy. Ii'h free J. Fbak
cis, General Passenger Agent, Omaha,.
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