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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1902)
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H'lll.lSIIKI KVKIlY KUIDAY
5uUrrll Itie pototllcot Hod Cloud. Nob. m
ncoudcIsM Mull niMtcr.
I'lirtiMioil dm n (llrn tlon.
Some of our people ait! complaining
uuoiit tint liicK of rnlu hrhIii Wo need
rain for tliu MiutH Kiniii.
V. A Mycin, .formerly of IhU place,
hns jmrchiisuil propctty in Lulxuion.
Theic is u piotnicteil meeting in
-progress ill tin U. II elmioli, uotiiluct
oil hy Rev. Mi Com hum . Kveryhoily
coulitilly inviieil to iitteiul.
The li.ise l)ll club of litis locnlitv litis
. oi-Riitili'd uiul n now lomlyto com
tnenee a seiie- of H-iitn'S willi theollivr
club of i'm1 stumling. News will
reach them by utliliessine, O. II. l-'ru.ici
at this olllec.
Again WL' nml.e a note of another
tai'in .sale in om neighlioihooil; this
time it iva.s ilumcp Fiuier in W. A.
Myers -eoiisiil'ei at ion $1,(500
Our ilow luigh'jur, M'1. Cm pur, is ie
purled to be confined to hi bed with
incasliiH, but is t ill is nine i (purled to
bo getting uloiig nicely.
Several of the friends and noighbois
of Prof. V (5. Shannon swooped down
on him last Friday with well llllid bas
kets to remind him thai another year
had passed and tin universal V of his
birth had lelurned the foity-llfih time.
ICveiyhody t epulis a pleasant time.
We iindeistand thai Al Slnny has or
deied a new .steam tliiesliing outlit for
the coining sciisnn That is the pioper
way in thiefili, the day of the horse
power havine passed.
Thciu was an exhibition ntvi-n at the
Ash eieek school house lai Friday
evening, l being the last day of school
in that dislucl. The house was so
small ai.d the ciowil so huge th.it not
Muuiu than iiaif of those pn-seiu ueie
libit' to net seat"'.
J. J. Fin.ier was Drilling some put''
chases in Itcd Cloud tile liisl of '.he
jVrry Ileal dalee stalled the-litst of
tliu week oil hu Oklahoma Hip
Klmer Ileal iNleu was In Lebanon last
Tlieie whs a .lurprise party at Claik
n Stevens' Moiuliijcveuing, it being the
anniversary ot Miss Sally's bmh.
Tliu big sale of John Aushiit. came
oil' in duo foim Monday. Everything
sold at n gooil price.
Mr. mid Mis. 1. umaker spent the lat
ter pari of last week with their iltuijli
lur near Ogrti of this county.
licit Stevens has been seen several
niglilH lately in and about this place.
It must bo that hois trying to capture
ouu of tho Wolfe's of our neighborhood.
Aie we light, Mori?
Mrs. Geo. Ile.irdslee who went to
southern California for her health is
repotted mil much butter than wjicu
she was heic, hut piobahly mote time
thine will iiifieac her heailh.
Them .mis a j lint iisMieiutiiiii of the
nlu.'atois of Sin th ami Jewell i ounties
"A.atliebiuon last S.i'.ui day and nuito a
s noinbenjt the teachers of this locality
r iittuiided and report a good time, there
biiiug about fifty teachers present.
Grandma Frazier lias been very sick
for the last few days, but is butter al
Sumo report some blackleg among
Mrs. Witt. Prev st was the guest of
' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Km.
Tuere was a dance given by the
young folk at (Itn residence of Mr.
Wilson on Saturday evening. All re
port a good time.
Will and Oto Fiazinr were breaking
a span of tine colls Friday of last week,
A .brother of Geotge King has
been helping hint a few days hi his
Clarence Iluaulslee has just finished
drilling twenty ucies of oats where
wheat had been killed out.
Suveial of the young folks were the
guests of Mis F.inni'i Huigess Sunday
' . WOMER, KANSAS.
Siwiiig alfalfa is the order of the
diy.' Alfalfa is tho iunt prolltahlo
tnop for this country.
Will Arnold is at lioinn again after a
" visit to his old home in the east, Will
said ho was going for 'his 'health and
from appearances he has hi ought bain;
the best looking kind of health wo
It'itn mi ii for . me ti no Will irf al
right and so Is his health.
Tho windier is line and tl'e fanner
ate repiring the gnnim! for one of tin
lamest crops die cotintiy has cvei
known As wo have never failed in
nut- piophrcv we would advlsn build
ing ccilis and gratuities aecotdingly.
Mr. Geo. Huaton and wife were the
guests of R v. Armitsteil Sunday.
Miss Annie Williams and Miss Graei
ZInn and nevcral other wholarn are
home fmm the Franklin academy for a
Mrs Pounds is around again after n
longfpell of sioknrss.
Mrs. Kit, Matties tins born on tho sick
Tim creamery Is doing a Una business
mill will bo at its full capacity onn.
tt is tho best paying concern of the
kind in the country.
Womni- now has an Implement house
with another soon to follow.
Messrv. Moldredgn and Hopkins f
Rivertou were on our streets on busi
ness otio day last week.
Tho hardest man in the world has
been at Worn or several daya. Tho
naity with the man says lioispntrilied.
lie is a haul looking cuss anyway and
belongs in Kansas.
II. T. Ring is sowing a largo Held of
Uncle Dan has. a now team nnd is
once more the head man at Womer.
Geo. Liik , our Del.HVol sepeialor
man, has placed quite a number of
soparatoiH with the farmers. Geoigo
is a hustler.
Mis Will Allen is at homo again
altera week's visit with friends and
relatives at Hummer.
Will Watt-on bought a tine team of
Hen IJerganl and wife will soon bo
at nnnie to their ft lends in the George
Mi. Hoiightalln and CbrUty me
biiy building a chimney mat piasterii g
Mr. Shannon's new house.
About lifty of the people round about
the Flat drove ovei tho hills through
the lielils to Mr. Shannon's lo-iilence
last Friday ami surprised the inhabi
tants in gtent .shape as it was his birtli
tluj and taking possession of the house
ptopaied a tine dinner at which sixty i
partook, including the pastor and Sab- j
bath school scholars of winch he was
supeiiutendeiit. After dinner they
prcxcutcd Mis. Shannon with three line
covet lets for having such a tine looking
Mr. Fred Wittwei'sson is improving
slowly and after a few weeks may be
able to be about, and our greatest wisu
is that he may still improve.
Alfalfa sowing is now almost over.
Fall wheal looks well in this locality.
Mr. Lewis has sold his faun and in
tends to locate near Denver in the near
fat me. May success go with him mid
his estimable lad.
Clms. Tin ockmoi ton is n visitor with
Mr. Witgonet overcast, lie is improv
ing sonmwhat lately.
' Mr Kngtroiu has b.ipn rather poorly
for some time but is getting better.
Messrs. Woit and Hint Stevens at
tended the graduating examination al
Cora, on Mau-h ?'.)ch, ami will attend
again next Satin day, April VI.
Sales are still in vogue and stock
sells west in Kansas.
NORTH BRANCH, KAS
l' W. Cline's school closed Friday.
Alfalfa sowing and tree planting are
claiming the attention of the people at
Junius Pollock thinks )n has an easy
time working for Will Fishburn Ho
has just to sit oti the drill ami drive.
Wo have been doing considerable
traJing with Mr. lleemas's now clerk
at d wo ihiuk she bids fair to becomo a
John Fishburn has been making a
N. J. Caster and Steve Ralph havo
been trading horses. Mr. Ralph has
moved to llurr Oai.
The Misses Cline, while go 115 homo
from literary Friday night, came near
having a runaway,
John Parsons, wife and daughter,
Willi his son-in-law, Oscar Hewitt ami
family have started for western Colo
rado, Mr Heetnan's nephow is working for
1-.1i uuiiKcr 01 wicgo.
A few weeks ago wliile playing bluek
1I11111, Mis.i Wiight sovetely hurt her
finger, so much so t lint she has had her
ting tiled oh" mid now she has gone to
mo country to seeK rest wo suppose.
John Sttyker returned from western
Nebraska last Wednesday where ho
had gone to help move down his par
ents, l'liey will live oh Zimrl Hadloy's
The literal y at Dist. No. Ill was well
attended last Friday night
Dr. lJuudy's have moved back to
The following parlies were married
here last week. Klmer Polin mid Ida
Woolej ; John Parsons and Kmina
Uamphell, and Frank Figgiiis and Der
May Stanley has been driving to her
school since her hi other has cone away
1 u the delivery for mo Dillon Nursery
Woatlior windy nnd threateninc rain
H. Sliinik and Win. Vaiulke made a '
bu.sineHs Itin tn (lulde Hnuk lai.1 week
anil report the win at and rye looking
Fai mers ari) busy sowinp; oats and
il.K. Fox hildono of his hot'dos for
$.")() last week. 1
The comity uomiuUsloiiers were in
Line loctitiup; a mad on the west lino of
nuhool stjetlon 10-1-U this weuk, 1
Mrs. McNitt anil her two hods have
uiuvuit in wucio Mr. Van.atton livod
and will f-u 111 tin-place this year. I
Vinci intciing tit Win Vandyke's
Apr.lU! at 7!I0 . in. AcoMliiltnvi I
t.t'lnti Is ex'end d to every iiiembi-rM
liie class anil all the friends tliat wish
Mr. Slim k attended llui Mile near
Lebanon tlii week and repot Ih that
everything sold high.
Mr. nod Mrs, lleaubhamp spent Sun
day with George Drake.
W O Haskins iiiado a business trip
to Salem, Kan., this week.
Rev. J. J Campbell of North Hrnneh,
Kan., will pieaeh at Penny Creek, dis
trict No 8, Apt it 1.1, at 11 a. ni.
Will Scrlvner is building a fratno
house 10x34, on his father's place.
More weather tho first of tho week.
Robert Kneo loft Saturday for a trip
II H. Watson has been out 011 his
farm putting in oats tho first of this
I) S. Phi Ins drove to Roscland Sun
day to visit with his family.
V. S. Hall nnd J R. Horn were at
tho county seat last Friday.
L S. True of Pauline drove over to
this place Sunday to visit friends.
Mih Louis Cutter and her slsler
Mai V who have been sncndiuirtho win
ter in California returned home Satur
J. W. Tlohinson of Franklin is in
town working in the interest of the A.
O. U. W. lodge.
O'Neal the Raker Medicine man was
in town over Sunday.
Chas, Snnnco had a new windmill
erected 011 his place one day last week.
Mis. (Jeo. Newhouse of Red Cloud is
spending a few das with her parents
Mr. and Mrs Wash Reed.
Al Rred Mild his te-im of black
horcs Monday while al Blue Hill.
Curtis mid Wayne Rei d who have
been visiting relatives mid fi lends in
tins vicinity tettirned to Cheyenne,
Wi inning, Mottdai.
I'. II lloyd and daughter Mrs Wayne
Reed drove over to llluu Hill .Monday.
Mrs. Miller Adams of Hustings is vis
itiug her parents Mr. and Mis. Wash
Reed of this place.
Gtandpa Die Iter who has been a
snlVerer for a long time mid almost
hclplc-s for mine than a year passed
away Sunday morning at his home
west of tow ii.
Chas B Hicks was tiansiiuiing busi
ness at Blue Hill Tuesday.
Mr. Mend, who botieht the Jeiiuincs
farm came in Friday evening with his
family and fat tiling implements and
will take piif.session at once.
Frank Speuco and family of Ong
were the guests of his brother Charles
and R"iiciof ibis place.
A .nan in tho east who is weli posted
on business atTaiis of Bladen wrote a
letter to Mr. Hicks in which he says:
"I saw by the paper a while ago that
ome one had inteiested themselves in
your behalf and had Phelps in court,
Havo the same ones given up the busi
ness of fill uishing 'Haiuer's ' "
Mrs. Geo. Newhouse returned to Red
Cloud Thuisd.iy morning on tliu
GUIDE ROCK. ,
Guide Rock went dry .for tho (irt
time 111 many ji-.l.i, but it is mining
this mori lag just the saino. Qneei is
Died, Apiil. "nil, 190'i, Edward Chris-!
man, sou ot Jotiu n. Uiirisiiiau or
Do ver creek township, Mr. Oluis.
m 1.1 was born hear the town of Tiaoy
in Iowa and was 20 years of age at the
imu of his deatn. The immedia'o
cause of death was the rupture of an
aiteryinhis head. He wae just con
valescing from measles. The funeral
occurred from the Baptist church at
this place on Sunday, being one of the
largest ever occurring heio, the Odd
Fellows condneting the services at tho
grave. Rev. Covert preached tho fit
miral sermon in an earnest nnd touch
ing uddies". The remains weie laid to
rest in the Guide Rock cemetery.
LB Colviu returnid from Iowa last
Friday He reports limes no better
there than here and juit as dry In the
locality lie visited. '
children. But there can be no joy 111
motherhood without he;
alth, and without
health for the mother there can beno
health for the child.
It is of vital importance for women to
know that the health of mother and child
is in general entirely within woman's
control. The thousands of women who
have used Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription when expecting motherhood,
have testified that tt made them healthy
and happy in the days of waiting, made
tile iianya auveui pracucuuy puuucss,
and gave them health to give their chil
Mm V. J. Kiddrr, of Hill Date I'nrm (ISnos.
burs Center), KnontiurK, Vt writes; "DiirliiKthe
pnl year 1 luiinii myseii exjicciuiK maicrimy,
ami In rntilillv failiiiK ht-alth. I Milleml ilreait-fulK-
Irnin hfoatini: nnit tiriuarv ilitricultv. I
wa BfhiK iwrctptlbly weaWer each il.iynuil
Mtfft-rcil iiuieli sli.iri) jtaiu at limes. I felt that
MimithhiK iiist heiliitic I fought yotirmlvice
mul iccclvtil n iirompt reply took twelve
bottle of Doctor Vieict-'s l'.tvoiite rrescrl)ton,
nnil ttlsii followeil 011r itistriiclloiiH I lwaii
to improve itnmciliately, my hciltli liec.ime
excellent, mul I cuitlil ilt all my mviivrk(ue
liicoitnKool Uu t.trnt), I walkeil ami roite
ull I i-ottlil, ami eniojeU it. I h.nl 11 short, eay
confinement ami have a hcatthy baby bo,"
The People's 'Common Sense Medical
Adviser, a book coutniniii"; 1008 pages,
is yiveu away. Send 21 one-cent sumps
for expense of mailing only, for the book
in paper covers, or 31 btamps for the
volume bound in cloth. Address Dr.
K. ,V. Pierce, Uuffalo, N. Y.
CoMn and Ravin weieln K'tiisn-. on
business tiie fore part of the week.
,, ... Mir,,limil !lIlll wifo ....
young lady boulder al their house,
come to stay too
Frank Perry and family south of
town are reported all sick with the
O, say. did .von ever see n nicer rain
nnd nearer the right time. Wo will
hnvo plenty of wheat and to spare.
Ij. W. Kly and wife lost their nb'o
months old babv on the 5th. Tho fu
neral was prnnched bv Rev. Illaekwell'
on last bahliath at tho il. I'.. church.
Mr. and Mr. Ely have the sympathy of
their many friends in their bereave
ineut. Quito a number from Red Cloud at
tended tho funerals hero Sunday.
County Treasurer MeCrary, County
Joik K. S. (r'irhnr, Deputy County
Clerk .1 J Garber and others wero
ntnotig tho number.
Two funernls last Sunday and two
funerals just a year prior here
Samuel Lane of Burr Oak, Kansas,
who has been poorly for foiiiu time is
improving, being up and around the
Married, April 2, 1002, at 12 o'clock,
al the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
nn I Mrs. S. N. Potior, in Logan town,
ship, Smith county, Kansas, Mies Del
pha A. Potter and Mr Chas. W. Fields
nf Stuart, Kan. Rev. J. K. Covert, the
Baptist minister of Guide Rock, Neb.,
pet formed the cetenmny About forty
of die relatives and friends wero pies
out. I'lie groom is a prosperous young
farmer of Smith county, while the bride
has been one of the teachers of the
cottntv for live year The. young con
)Im u i reside o" -l Ini 01 11 nilo Hilda
Inilf Miiuli of l,'-h:it".M. M.'iy hand
some nnd useful pt aints were 1
I'i 'lie i j i it .lt Gnl ciciit'il t 0
heavens mid lilt- phi ill, then tlm edltiu
anil then lm "1 i - ''.'t-prtlsef fitn the
prompt piy ing miIim-i tie r, which wis
all vim f tri i To- n i dn it -u- w d
and h" e'e.iteil -Ii" in-i'i wlio dues not
hclli-Vi! in nn vet ,1 .i.il'. nliuM.i r who
do".s not ii ue ii.ene imii. 1 tneii
lie rested. Then the ilevil got into the
moulding room -ind eteated the man
who takes tne p 1 ei f 1 vein end f mn
to Any for it. A'tei- ho h id completed
that soiry j b, mul had a few lumps of
mud lett he eie-ii-d ihe 1 .eue nf a
man who settled hi mte-ii-nges by ni
si. in s ih ' "i '1 : in mat iv Ins
papei i- fuivii ' II .
$-15 to California and Return.
Tickets on sale Aptil 21 to '27, May 27
to Juno 8, A112 2 t S. Llbi-r.il
stopover in 1 -iiivj, me'. 1- nnd it Him
limits For addtii'i'1'!! tnforiiniti'iii tt !;
the ueiiiest iui nt. lint linirliui Route,
or wii-e for 11 Caiifot ni 1 fo'der to J.
Franeis, General Passenger Agent,
Butliugton II- (lie, Oniulii, Neb.
Clii' S-iitev k-fi tot Pri-c tit, Aii
zona. Wediie-itiiv "idng i.l'ii-k ex.
pt u.i to .stop niL-r i.i Demur lur a tt-w
davs anil 'hep mt mm t(, Yi.-iU u-here
hewn, visit v, itn ln-i sou C II , cum-
llli'll'l l.iloWU :.s D;,-i,, v In, is tlithl-
inast 1 011 the railroad at that place
"C. C. C." on Every Tablet.
Every tablet of Cascarets Candy
Cathartic bears the famous C. C. C.
Never sold in bulk. Look for it and
accept no other. Beware of fraud.
All druggists, 10c.
Oil for the
Give them oil cod-liver oil.
It's curious to see the result.
Give it to the peevish, fret
ful child, and he laughs. Give
it to the pale, anaemic child,
and his face beqomes rosy and
full of health. Take a flat
chested child, or a child that
has stopped growing, give him
the oil, and he will grow big
and strong like the rest.
This is not a new scheme.
It has been done for years.
Of course you must use the
right oil. Scott's Emulsion
is the one.
Scott's Emulsion neither
' looks nor tastes like oil because
l we are so careful in making ;t
nlo.ncnnf tn rnlrp
Send for free sample.
SCOTT Si llOWNH, ChcmUu. ,0 Pearl St., N. Y.
50c and f 1 00; al druuguu.
Application for License
Notice In hereby kIipii that a iiplltlou Munoil
by thirty or moro readout frvelioblerh nMlio
H-coiul want of llio city of Iti-d Cloud. Nrbintkn.
has been .lllctl will) the city clerk or mid ellyor
toil Timid pravlliK llmi 11 llenm-a bit urniilt'd by
,s.lld t'ily council ot said cliy to M. M. Sliru tor
iticFiilu of lunti, spirituous and Iiuiiik lliiinri
on lot .hri'C (II), bluck nnu (I), Williams' uddl-
I.... ... .,.n..l,.. at ttb.l .l..ii.t STI.r.iklu lli.tt nn
I Ullll IU IllUtli; Ul Itni, IMIt'l, .M.'Kin.n, Hill, u.
,0I1 Wi t,0 inketi on kiM nviltluii by tho maor
11111I tho t'lu i-olllli'll mi Ill" 7lll .i 11' Mill
1 j. m ul tho tlrsi met-ims "f the t-uii Hi there
itfur .1. IJKi-si.kii, I'll) lerk.
1) U'it UiiiM nay oi April ri'U. hi uen uhhiu.
Application for Llcens;.
V itli-o I livrvli) till en thnl n o Itltill hUlicil
b thlityiirinou' rokMouilni'lioliliTMil Hn.-tlrl
'i,i hut ihe city of Itdl cluml, Aubnuku htik
in en hint lib iliu ell) eli'tk nf undl city ul Itoil
I'liiiel 1 rn)tin: Ihm n Ik'eiiM- In- vr ntutl b) M4
r ciiiinvll of Mtlil t'ily to.lolin I'ohtliik) rprilm
n'eof innll i-plrlliuniii mnl inoiin llijuoii on
h.i tlvn .'i) hlni-k llilrly nut' ..31 tirlKiuHl miyn
i'lt of Itt'il Cluml, t ti tit liclluii ultt be
iitlKiinn mill putitlon by Hi- nnitnr mnl 1 Itj
I'.iinii'll ait the Till 'lny of Mil), in -J trill Ihe
llrl mui'tlii of tliu cSnnull llicrt-nf tci
J, K Kk.i.kii. ' U Clerk-.
Iiatoil ttiU ail day of .vpill, Wj'.', ul ltd Clout,
SI1- ii'iO .
" '" FfliPTS u "v-v-
sy 'fi I' . "u
If that problem confronts you we can help you.
Our advice is to take the 'route that leads to our
store; but if you can do better after examining our
goods take the other route next time.
But if you examine the cut, make, quality and
price of our suits this spring, you will travel the same
route airain and land in our
A chance at you is all
Galasha, Ifleseott & Storey.
will tell you that old
you want to cat; yet
I iiicir tuiicc wnu aui.11
if. I Uil.
111 tn '. H.4MI
It's just pure, unadulterated, undisguised coffee;
never covered up
Uniform quality and freshnecs
CHOICE SEED COftN!
"Pride of the Nishnabotna."
This Corn was bred in Northern Iowa by a Member of the Seed
It is brinlit gulden eolor, litieli slnpcil eat. 7!) pounds in the enr will shell
uiMie .Ii in fit! ptiuiids nf kernels (i'-riniuiitiiin Mrunp Out of n lrtnilful of
tl rii'ts 0(5 spi-otited Tins corn i-ipt'iii'il piirffetly. It was j;i'uu hj une t
th" In - iv 1 11 t.iiser- in Montpiiiiiiii emiuty, low 1
l'ricc, $1.-0 per bushel, f. o. b., Red Oak, Iowu
Wis li.ivn some ehtiiee IHTK COUN nt ?l.'J.'i pui Inislnd.
UffiTi'iiei's -Fiii X .'1 mil IJ-tttk, nl Ui'il (Jit, .f-
GEO. W. JOHNSTON,
11A11I). AUK AN1J SKKIM
PLATT & FREES CO..
Chicago - Lumber - Yard.
TRADERS Xt -
LUMBER and COAL
City Dray and Express Line.
E. inl. ROSS. PROP. 1
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest!
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAmS'EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 152.
H SVStlim PliriflMi i'rro
,-muu.u ,mpm mm prescription, In plain
Write us ubom mi your symptoms" Sold b
but f.cnd us 13 cts.. to cts. or il.oo and wo w 111
.ASS1 or V-. PwkoBo of Ur. Kav's
tn nmni "n Ar.hT ,"i".K"l r. Ivuy'H
)benelltonyofthesoHvmnrn,nuV.'..i?J.J1Pvl.l)f Is f .. - j. I
MMlinNMJMfllTMfMMmim'"""'"'"- opnnBH, , x.
f ... .... wt .v.v. illl.lllllA
store next fall. j)
eggs and glue are not things
some coffee roasters glaze
11111153. nui au nun
with any glazing of any kind.
arc Imured by the taaled package.
UK1) OAK, IOWA
Paid for Produce.
Coal and Cement.
Ailvlcti bv our nhvsli-limu i.-r.,17.,u, ,,f 3'
liunjua. .,:ilS;.". V"1' '!'.: i"'".'.'
v n,,, .,' J'1 C' rl VJ''. Kend 'or proof of it.
hi i?,?.18! .)on l tuUo ny substltuto
iiSSS. "&" "enoyutor 'V return mall.
Itcnovutor Ih' i
sm r nitiu
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