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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1902)
KEO CLOUD, XtiltliASKA. APHIL II. 1J)02.
77E BG STORE
FromOKRon. THF 1 UUUH UUt5 II
The following extract from u ItMtiT . - Trnon Plasters are like your oUio
from our h'iI Iricnd ox County Tints-1 ri1,tafi,,.u i,in to -. ,n in i,ln o.
urcr ( 1) Robinson, wriltfii to u ft icnd , , enknccM nnd uro dog-tired hearing you '
in tiiw ouy, win no itotiot no ruau won '
A ROMANCE OF THE RAIL
You-can't see or know the quality by reading
Come here and see everything advertited, at
ioo patterns 3-4. percales, worth 7c, for 15 days at 4 Ac.
25 patterns yard wide percales, worth 1 sAc, for 10 days Sc.
20 patterns of fancy ginghams, suitable for dress aprons, etc.,
worth 10c, for ten days 6c.
5 Dozen Corsets.
Special offering from our corset stock
goods, broken lines, to close at 40c.
of 60c, 75c and $1.00
Madras Shirting, new patterns, new styles, I2-A to 20c.
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF SHIRT WAISTS.
New effects, new fabrics. "The Gibson Girl.1' 50c to $5.00.
Odd Dining Chairs, 1 to 3 of a kind, at about half price.
10 bed room suits, were $16.00, SiS.oo and $20.00, for ten days
$13.00, $14.00 and $15.00.
The carpenters, brick
layers and painters
are at work on our
new room. When
ready for occupancy
there will be a great
tearing up in chang
ing the departments.
SPECIAL PRICES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
considerable inti'i'pst, cpecially by
those contemplating going to Oregon.
Dear Friend 1 presume ymi think it
mill have Hiitd it mtuy times, li.
don't, hu write.' bill I Imvi' been .o
btiV, and then I nliulc up liiv iniml I
would not write until I got mlo soino
tiling, which I Ii:ivi nml think it will
not lie long uiilil we have u nice ti'ido.
Wo bought nut u party who was cat ly
ing n stool; of general mcrclinndio.
As to La Grande it is ti beautiful t iwn
of nbout .1,000 nml right lit the foot f
moiintnins on tin1 wot sitln of tho vjil
loy, milroiiil il. vision, with a stub run
ning out to Klgin, some 22 miles. Wo
hnvo ulct'titc lights, witter works nml
tho Grand Reunite river only nbout
one-fntinth of a mile from town Also
it Inrgu beet factory, ami last htit not
least 11 largo brewery going up To all
those who are contemplating coming
to Oregon or Washington thoy butter
study tho matter well, ami particularly
tins farmers ami laboring men, as tho
northwest Is Hooded Twenty men for
every job ami no land to rent, and
wlrtt is for sale is out of night, some as
high as 8100 pur acre, but of course
this is Iruit fartm. Trains go through
liure in Mictions and double headers at
that, loaded to the steps A man who
litis a little start can make money lime
but it is a poor place for a poor man.
Well, will give you more next time.
ltemumbur me to inquiring triemls,
Truly j hum,
C. I). ItUIIISSON
An Old Landmark ,
Tin; building formerly used l the
Gorman Lutheran congregation is bo
iug raised and a new foundation put
under it, and in future it will ho used
for a stable. The older residents will
remember this building as having been
the first frame school bouse in Ked
Cloud The building was built during
tho summer of 18711 and was used as a
school hotiso until 1882, when the pres
ent high school building was built, at
which time it was sold to the Goriuun
Lutheran church and moved to its
present location on tho corner of Sec
ond avenue and Walnut street, the
work of moving the building having
been done by S. O. Iiakor, whoso
whereabouts are now utikown. The
school directors at the time this build
ing was erected wore Dr. I. W. Tulloys,
W. K Jacksou and M. H. MoNitt. Of
these Mr. Jackson is dead, Mr. McNilt
his removed with his family to La
l'orte Tex., ami Dr. Tulloys alone re
mains in this city. The lirst person to
teach in this building was a Miss
Croukheit, whoso present residence we
have been unable to ascertain. Hev.
Meyer was pastor at the lime of tho
purchase of the building by the Lit-
I theran church. John Murkloy is rais
ing the building and Dr. Creighlou will
use it for a stable.
A Kansas Farmer Woos and Wins a Mis
souri Woman in a Forty-
complain nbout it. Thoy want to curt you ' Mile Ride,
nn.l send you iilongtoyourlmslnoiH--wlioIo; Willinm Arnold, of Smith county,
nml happy 1 hev can do It and mil do H. , . .
T.v thcin on. What for? Why for nny K-tnstis, met Mrs. Alice Aniluisun of
rough or coM you imiy be. troubled with, or Ticuton, Missouri, on a Uook Island
nny botheriitpaiti or aelio, or worry with ' passenger train Thursday, March 20.
kidneys or ln.-r. Possibly boiiio old clutch .. , . . ,,..... .......
ofmuseular iheumatisin render. an arm or I1" w"mtl ,,n,, "on hoi boioto foil
n leg worth only half tirieo just now. For , miles of tho distance between her homo
nnything that nuilics tho miudiino work slow lown and Ramus City had boon cov
ftudHiiir.wititpainn.nyl.olnthoinotio of .(iU J1ls nm, ,.;,, f , niil
ately with their marriage this aftti-
No other external remedy, no mat- ! ""' ' tl,u nislilenco of tho groom's
t iniuhi or how called, in worthy cousin, Fred Limb, 10)8 Oarlleld Av
il olnttii Htiiuiiit 'ki linfuiiu PI'tutitr aMiinrnl t nti
tli'obadHpoln.e.varetlio-ouf-morVota 'which breaks ail p-eviotis records for
jilanteis -not (lioVort that go to sloop on meteoric matchmaking, ends uppropri-
voiir GKtn iu.oae.it on a cusinon. incro
h comfort auil'ieody relief in tho touch of
to live in the Hauio at root with lien-
oil's I'lnstora. l'liius and nilmuuts melt
away under them as a shoet of ico docs un
der the Hpring sun. You cannot forololl
tho weather but you can always forotcll
tho effect of llt'iieon's 1'lasterH: it ia m
stirs as the effect of u hot broakfnst in
hungrr man's stomach. Hut look out for
lubntitutoi. Oct tho genuine. All drug
gists, or wo will prepay postage on any
number ordered in the United Stales on
receipt of arm, each.
Koabury A Johnson, Mfg. Chemist, N.Y.
Real Estate Transfers.
The filliiwinti traiisfurs, furnislied
by tho Webster County Abstract Co.,
were undo during the pait week:
(jiistuv S'epliauitoCliristina Ste-
pliani, lots 'i't and 'Jtl. block 11
llluo Hill, w d
Christopher Ivouz tck to I'hnauiiel
l'eters, pt nw 10 1 1) wd '
AUrcd L. .Simpson and wife to
.Joseph litikas, nwj I) 1 ! wd
Leonard llevuns to Alfred M
Call .-5 uwl 11) l 11 .
I.e itia Cox mid husband to I'Mgel
11 (Jiiliert et al e swj sec 2J
andcj nw and swj nwj 'A'i Vi
Charles W Fuller and wife to
Cecelia M. Kitehny part nwj
1 '2 10 wd
.Jas N. Clark, receiver, to .1. M.
Dean, sej i!l) 2 10, wd
Silas (litrber and wife to Win.
Koou, lots 'I and r, blk U, (! le
tter's add to Hod Cloud.
The undcrsigiied will sell at public
Kale at his farm 2 miles south and li
miles east of Hed 01 mil or 1 mile
south and r miles west of Guide Hook,
on'ho Col Wiggins farm, Tuesday,
Ap'il 15, t!K)l, commencing at lOa.m ,
the following to-wit: Tweniy-oue
head of stock du.crihml as follows;
One span Iioimh, weight 1250 eacli.O
and 7 yea's old, and 1 mule, weight
SCO Sixteen bead of cattle, consisting
of 7 cows, all tiesb, 1 hlmrthorii bull
"J j. .ir-old, 8 spring e.ihe and also 2
lions, - wagon i, I hay iuck, I stirring
,iv. 2 mower?, 1 haj raku, 1 riding
2 walking cultivators, 2
talk cuttei,-2.nts wnik bar-
JJJjuiM Hatch incubator
one 100 ji
met hrood'-ivtml other
iiu'i-rii to uii'iitioii
Ti.ltMS 01' SAi.B-.-K'ght months time
will I"" given on till sum over $10, pur
chaser giving note with approved
senility and benring ten per cent in
terest from date. All sums of $10 and
under cash. On all sums over $10 a
discount of 5 pur cent 'vill be given for
cash. No property to be removed umil
F. A. Kukii.n.
Coi, C. L. WiNKitBV, Auctioneer.
"The Argus Was It."
Under tho abov.) heading last week's
Argun takes oecasin to plnuio itself
over tho Miowing uiiido by tiutt paper
at Albright!! -os.' opening on the ttal
urilay previous, litre nm the llgures
as sliown by tlio icgistratioii: Argus,
101; Chick, .!!; Nation, ba We do not
wish l insinuate, but hail Tiik ClliKi'
solicited its family c innecti.ni.i uncles,
atint.i, ei.iHins, brotl.ers, sistets, wives,
otii, to rcgistei , ii did one of our eon
temporal ies not iitcciiry to desig
mile, the result of the registration
rton'd doubtless hne luen dilTcient.
Tim Cm hr, howeser, sttioo mi its
merits and is very well satistlcd with
Minor Hros liavo one car clioice cirly
Ohio sood potatoes.
List of letters remaining uncalled joi
nt the postollioo hi. Ued Cloud, Neb
inska, for tho week ending April
ILuixeii, Minnie (!r ihugiin, Henry
These letti rs will lie mint to the dead
Jotter olllcc April 21ih, if not called
County Court Notes.
In re guardianship of Fred and Jen
niu Milbach, botli adjudged insane
Petition ot Win. ArMay heard and An
drew F. Grant' nppointcd guardian of
said lusano persons ami their four minor
children, liond tiled and letters issued.
Appraisers commission to W, G. HoU
man and L. Campbell.
lloebu and Utinyan vs Wolfe: Judg
ment on confession 9217.17 and costs.
Kstatoof William Magarin deceased.
l'otitlop for adininistiator. Order of
for before. When onlliiiL' for nbovn lunnliur mi Timnitar m...-i
please say "advertised. "-T. C. Hack Kstate of Robinson Jennings, de
i:i:, Postmaster. coased. Petition for administrator,
I order of hearing on Wednesday, April
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
I no popils have nil enjojed their va
cation and uro now' taKing up their
work witii new vigor.
Jim Outlier, George hitaker nml
Wallace Juiics have quit school,'
Tho senior class have liuNhcd Geom
etry. They also had a test in German
vocabulary the othei day,
Ray P.tlinur is now attoiiding
Tlie Tenth grade will rotator a pro
gram his coming Friday.
'lake your eggs to TlieFair.
! F.stato of Delay Jtalson, deoiased,
! claim of F. N. Richardson tiled
Kstuto of Rosella K, Mjors, deceased,
claim of J''. N, Richardson tiled.
i Melviu H Farnham vs Samuel Ilea-
ton; Jr.; notion In replevin. Suiiimoiia
to 11th hint.
Kstate of Dt'.lny Judson, de. i.-o'd,
examination under oath of K.J, Puis!
! pher touching nil airs of sn',1 estate
Kstate of Fred and Jennio Milbach,
iiisano, inventory and appniiseiiiuut
Robert Kdwin, son of John 1). and
Kllen Chrisman, was born in Marion
county, Iowa, Jan. 11, lHiu, Un tho
morning of April 5, 1002, death claimed
him at tho age of 2G years, 2 months
and 24 days.
Mr. Chrisman was a member in gi od
standing of tho I. O. O. F. No. 133 of
Guide Rock, Nebraska, at the timo of
his death. Memorial services wore
hold in his honor at the Guide Rock
Uaplist church, tho sorvicos being con
luctedbyj. K Covert, pastor of the
church, at 11 a in., April 0, 1002. Tho
number present was estimated al f00.
The I. O. O. F. conducted tho burial
service in a very solemn and impres
sive manner at the grave, having at
tended tho memorial service in a body.
Mr. Chrisman leaves to mourn his
absence a father, mother, one sister
and three brothers.
Card of Thanks.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. R issor of Lester
wish to extend their thanks for the
kind assistance and sympathy of their
neighbors and friends In their recent
bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. llnsser
particularly desire to express their ap
preciation of tho courtesies extended
llieui by former Webster county people
while they were in Denver at tlie bed
side of their son, and also their gratili
'cation at the large attendance at the
funeral, which was the largest over
held in Hint part of Webster county.
HOMESEEKERS RATES TO CALIFORNIA.
March 18th, April 1st and Ifirli, May
(Jili anil 20di; only no fate plus 2 for
the round trip to all points In Califor
nia. Stopovers allowed on the going
trip. Final return limit, h 21 das
from date of sale Pljtse call or will.
for further intormation
A. CoNOVUit. Agent.
The Ciliht' and Chicago Inter Occtri
one i ear for $1.25.
Have you bought one of Man,jiir
laiined haltuis for D'Jj, ti'.),: $1 .01 V Mat
ler keeps them.
William Arnold is a a substantial Kan
sas farmer. Hu owns something like a
section of well improved Stii.th county
laud about twenty miles from Smith
Center, ami his baiikChala'ncu is esti
mated at live llgures Hu is lifty-live
years old anil during the fourteen years
since the death of his lirst wife has
raised a family of six children, all but
two of whom are married and have
homes of their own. Last October ho
dicided to git mnriicd if he could liud
the right woman, and to that end visit
ed friends and relatives in Iowa. They
gave dinners and other functions, to
which alt the eligible women of the
neighborhood were invited, but none
of llieui measured up to his require
ments. From Iowa he went to Indi
ana, and there spent some time with
tho same result. Tho next move was
to Mr. Arnold's old homo at Lancaster,
Ohio, and there it seemed for a time
his smirch was successfully ended, but
as nothing camu ot il he started back
to Kansas, and decided to slop in Kin
sas.City for a short visit with his cousin
When hu arrived at Lamb'n residence
a week ago Thursday night, that genial '
pentlonmn said he knew hu could tit
him out nml began to iiaiuu over a list
of women he had in view.
"You're too late, Fred," said Mr. Ar
nold, and told of tho successful out
come of his trip. This is tho story ns
Mr. Arnold is sniil to liavo told it to
I'ho train was crowded ns ho came
through Trenton that morning and
when a prepossessing woman came in
tho car and asked if tho seat uuxt his
was engaged, lie a lid it was not. She
sat down and (or some time tno
conversation languished until sho re
"How green the grass looks."
"Yes," ho said, "it looks like wo uro
going to liavo an early spring" and
that was the boginningnnd tho end.
Mr. Arnold iu tho course of tho con
versation pointed out a man across the
aisle who, ho said, was looking for a
wife. Siio suggested that it was a good
chance lor her, ami Arnold said if she
wanted a husband why not try him.
Ho explained the situation, references
were ex dianged and within an hour n
provisional eugagemant made. Whon
thoy reached Kansas City friends of
both parties were looked up and. the
provisional engagement nado binding.
A day or two later Mrs. Anderson went '
back to Trenton to wind up her btisi-""
ness there and Mr. Arnold lft for
Smith county to arrange for her recop
tion. Thoy mot ngain last Thurday
evening nt Mr. Lamb's whoro thoy have
been since. After their marriage this,
afternoon they will leave at onco for
their Kansas homo. Kansas City Jour
nal of Sumiuy, March 30th.
Uig Horn H.tsin. Aro ymt interested
iu the big ll'irii Hat i of Wyoming?
It ciiuiniii marvel, u openings for
small randies along good streams iu
the valleys, w th fine million of gov
ernment Jand u,'!i to settlement under
the United .Statu. I kud laws. Tho llur.
liiiU'lon Koute b just published i
niiier descripihu ot tlio Rjg llur.,
Jiisin. It is ill istr.iteil and contains
no aeeiiiaie in-tp. it tells al)fu th
ln ot the land, ciMinoiur of lhiiooilv
li oihictN, yield, iriigniiij unit oppor-,
limine,. Il oh're in'MicSled, better
write for a copy t fr..t, ,j FllAN
CIS, General P.iss.mg.-r Agent, Om ilia,
Are You Using Allen's Foot-Ease?
Shako-into your shoes Allon's Foot-
Kisc, a powder. I' ciucs Corns, Run-
ems, Painful. Snouting, Hot, Swollen
feet. At all dt'llL'tfisisi-iind shnn nlnmn
,wr,rrt!,",o"" ;""'-'i-' "- iivvvmfmmmwn
ftJ ?'" mm"
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