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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1902)
I iwiwi'iumwi jhjbiu.ihimi-mu wiwanu,Mftnavw.
A new line of the
latest styles in
Also an assortment
of the popular
1 Heoihoase - Bros.,
JoWelet'S l"ll Opticians
Kuil Clout! , N'cbroeka.
tf y if m fM( i if rp n i y if m t q i m it n it m j ii i m
cause u gieat nriny
I The best way
to keep peace
with jour neighbors is to
fence your chirke-.s with
poultry netting Wo '"
making pi ices that makes
in. high, 15c psr rod.
in. high, 25c per rod.
in. high, 28c per rod.
in. high 35c per rod.
Use the celebrated
boards required to keep it
Barb Wire $3.60 per 100.
26 inch hog fence 35c per
rod; barb wire top and
KTTORN6Y -KT -Over
MiurV Grocery Store.
"I toll you what the New Cuba if the
bust live cent curat' in twn. If you
can't " it .ako u H uc Fiont. Hoth
are I 1 lu sai
I LOCAL BREVITIES
For sale hills cull at this ollk't!.
Try Hint poultry tnrat nt Caldwell's
(So to Hifo & Koon's (or sceil pota
toes. Spring underwear anil hosiery itt the
Sett! Potatoes 1 1
Scot! Potatoes I
Mrs. Ceo. Fentress
returned to this
city last Friday.
Homember inn when you want u har
ness. Jok. Fooki,.
J. H. Smith was doing business in
Hiverton last Saturday.
(Jirl wanted at City Hakery. .los
Tho Kingman combined riding
lister only WO at Wolfo Uro?.'
Millet and catio seed and a full line
of fresh garden seeds at HobyV.
James Uurden began the work of
an addition to his houso Thursday.
Wanted Horses ant! colts for pas
ture, 21 miles north. Oi.iVKit Hedok.
Sowing machines nt reduced prices,
at Taylor's, opposito Cottiog's drug
Mrs. Corbin of Guide Hock has been
visiting at tho home of Mayor-elect
Ora Montgomery, Will Klv nntl I'M.
Moranvillo drove up from (initio Hock
County Superintend nt Marker is
visiting schools in the north part of
the county this week.
Wanted a good girl for general
housework, (loot! wages, no washing.
Apply nt OMIT otlice.
(Juitc a number of this Masons went
to Hastings ami Omaha this week to
attend meeting of tho Shriners.
County C nimissioner Oerloch was
in the city tho lirstof tho week settling
with road overseers of his district.
Miss Helen Wright went to Mloom
ington Thursday morning after a short
visit heio with relatives nntl friends.
Al. E-helman, wife ant! family left
for Fulton county, Wednesday morn
ing. They have Ix'on visiting here
with bis brother Henjaniin.
Mrs. Ohmstedo ami Mrs. Merriman
returned to their homes in Oxford
Wednesday evening after a short visit
in this city at tho bomu of Ed. Koon
Hife &, Koon have received and
placed their stock of groceries. They
havo a very neat appearing store, and
will no doubt make a success of their
Mrs J. O Wiles goes to Orleans Fri
day where she will make her homo in
the rutin 0 bet husband Having accept
etl a position in tho grocery store
owned by Peto Shea.
F. A. Kuehn has sold tho farm lie ro
cently purehastd In. in Col. Wigizins,
and will have a public sale on April lf,
after which ho will move to this city
and reside in the property at present
occupied by John I'olnicky.
I have buyers for both farm and pas
ture land. If you havo land for sale
pleasu list it with mo at once. No
charge if I do not get you a buyer.
Also farm loans at lowest rate with op
tion C. F. CATHKit, Htid Clout!, Neb.
F. M. Hamaker drove over from
Lebanon Tuesday bringing with him
his daughter and her husband. Tho
last two look tho train at this place
bound for Clioyenno, Wyoming, wheio
they will make their homo in tho fu
ture. Postmaster T. C. Hacker loft Monday
morning at 2 32 for Krownvillo, Neb
raska, called thero by a messago an
nouncing tho death of his sister licrtha
who tiied Sundav of paralysis, aged
about TO years. Tho funeral occurred
on Tuesday at that plauo.
Thursday afternoon occurred tho
death of James, son of George Hibby,
living in the south part of town. The
deceased was eleven years of ago and
has been sick hu a slum time with
black diphthtii InHMineir was made
last ev.'i ing u tit Hutl Cioutl oeino
terv Se Vi n Sunday at Church of Cnrist.
Pl-eicliinu 10.110 a. in , "Tliu LoiiT.sSup
p, r." s 00 p.m. "How Much lluttur is
a Min I nan a Sheep?" Junior Kn
tlcavoi !i p m. SoniorKndeavor7 p.ni ,
Subject, -Tiiti Lite of Clirist." Prayur
meeting Wudnosdny 8 p.m. Ail wel
come. 'J'. A. Mkubimtii, Minister.
All of tho younger H. it M. lirnmen
located at McCook threw up their situ
atioiis In" buuila). Tlieir gritivaine
was the i.iii iiinncy of cull to vvoik,
and th" i O'tttiiig of trains vlmu
tlioy were e tiled out. There was limb
ing in the nature of a strike, the action
taken being merely a protest against
what they considered unjust treatment
by tlm company.
One of tho most pleasant parties
given in this city in some time was
given by Mr. and 'Mrs. Jas Hurden
for their daughter Flossie last
Saturday evening, the occasion being
her 13th birthday Theio were fifteen
guests preseni who presented her with
a hn'Klviinii Wcdguwood vase. Tliu
evening was spout in dancing nntl
pliiMiig games and a tbor uglily good
time was had.
Tno thirteenth annual eonveini u of
tho Webster Coii.ity Union Sunday
School A tociiuio i will in held at the
Congregational ebiitcli, GVvo-., n
Thursday and Frltlav. April 17 an I IS
Ivteli Sunday sclioi. i i. tiiiiiilnii io i.nr
delegate) for ev r i weuty nu mbi-i s m
,nj ir fratni ... t of. Pattnr, mi
p iiuloiuK and aucrotarlr- uio ex
olllcio p iiiiiei nl Hie eiinvc. linn. All
Sunda, scli'n.i worl.i'is, Wni'tliur uietu
lii'i.s ot tho aisoeiaiioti or not, are oai
nestly i'tnp'steil to bo present. A
Milt'iulid prograiii Has b n prepared
and an enjoyable and profitable time is
proui.t.i! all who attend.
GENERAI CITY NEWS.
piieo paid fur eggs at The
Henry Fox of Nelson was in tho cit
Til est! ay.
Frank Kico of Hladcn was in tho city
Choice Karly Ohio seed potatoes at
Dophie CI rk of Uladeti was in the
I. N. Hrown of Nelson was in the
city Tuesday on business.
Picture mouldings and curtains nt
Taylor's, opposite Cottlng's.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. H. Hinkins of Hiver
ton were in tho city last week.
Homo Art Club meets with' Mrs M.
M Stern Wednesday, April 10.
County Clerk K. S. Gather and fam
ily spent Sunday in Guide Hock.
Two or three good second-hand bug
gies for sale. F. N. HtcllAttnsoN.
A carload of seed oats at the Seldom
ridge elevator, Cowles, Nebraska.
Mrs. Geo. Hollistcr returned Satur
day night from a short visit In Nelson.
Mrs. J. O. Butler returned Tuesday
from a brief visit with friends in Has
tings. John O'Niel catno in from Council
B lull's Friday night to visit with friends
in this city.
Go to Butler's for all kinds of harness
and hardware. All goods in both lines
soltl at a small margin.
Alfred Osborn and mother from near
Noitb Blanch were transacting busi
ness in the city Saturday.
Chas. Btisehee has closet! out bis
valooti bu-incss at Guide Koek ami is
liguring on lenuving to this city and
engaging in business.
The biick foi the walk on the Boyn-
ton lot has m rived, also (ho stone for a
crosswalk, anil will be placed in posi
tion as soon us possible.
Henry Cook Iiiih renovated the In
terior of his drug store. The loom has
been lepaperetl and repainted and pie
scuts a ieatly improved appearance.
J. O. Wiles passed through this city
Saturday light eniouto for Oilcans,
Neb., having sold his business in Po u
ami accepted a position ill Pete Shea's
Sam Temple left Sunday morning for
Atlantic, Iowa, called there by a tele
gram announcing the death of Lis
sister, Miss Bertha Temple, from can
cer. Mr. Temple has tho sympathy of
his many friends in this vicinity.
Kugeno Hunter of Hiverton was a
pleasant caller at this ollico Friday.
Mr. Hunter is an old friend of Tin:
C'iiikk, and has been a resident of lliv
ertin for a number of years wliero bo is
engaged in the business of stock buy
ing. Last Friday a number of Silver Long
tin's young friends called ant! very
pleasantly surprised him, the occasion
being bis tenth bit Unlay. A very
pleasant timo was had ami tho young
tolks who participated are now eagerly
waiting for Silver' next birthday to
The Hev. Mori ill twins dispensed
moving pictures nntl religion in this
city tho lore part of tho week at tho
rate of twenty cents per head admis
sion. Tho total amount of what they
received tor the benefit of tho Morrill
twins was not reported, but it is safe to
say they didn't lose anything.
Arranngemeiitshavtf about been com
pleted for tho Odd Follows' anniversary
celebration to bo held hero ou April 25.
The open mooting, to which tho gen
eral public is invitcd.-Avill bo held in
tho evening nt tho opera houso, while
in tho evening a banquet nnd reception
for Odd Follows and their families only
will bo held nf tho Potter-Wright hall.
Jami s Cather nnd Art Ho by got tho
idea into their heads Sunday that Red
Cloud was too small n place for them
so thny rotlo tlieir wheals to Franklin
where they boarded tho train bound
for Denver at which-place they woro
informed by tho police that thero woro
some anxious parents in Hetl Cloud
looking for them ami they had better
go home, which they did, arriving hero
Thursday morning. Tho boys gavo no
reason for their escapade other than
that they wislie.it to see tho world,
.'in'ttlo it again boys, because such
actions arc only foolish and do not
make men of you.
IT'S SO GOOD !
for tho tired feeling that comes
in tho spring, duo to sluggish
Mid impure blood. We mean
a medicine that has been tried
anil has won such an enviable
reputation with those who havo
used it. It is the best sprif g
mr.tlleiiru on lint market to
purity the blood and tone up
the system. Wo havo a com
plete assortment of drugs and
Chas. L. Cotting,
I have the largest
stock of Wall Paper
in tho city. My
goods anil prices
will suit you.
11 K. (I KICK.
Miner Bros, have early seed potatoes
Ben Ludlow went east ou No. 10
Quaker lice killer and axle grease at
L. M ImIciis of Fremont was in tho
Butler keeps the
Best ou earth.
Bloomer hog fence,
A. S. Chambers tif McCook was in the
city last Sunday.
Nate Piatt of Cowles vns hero the
lit si of the week.
Leslie Brink of Guide Hock was in
Hetl Cloud Monday.
Tub Ciiiiik ami tho Toledo Blatlo
one year for SI 'Jf.
(ieo. Unit anil wife were down from
MNs Minnie Whitley of luavale was
in Bed Cloud Moiulnv.
J, P. Halo lift on No. 10 Thutsdny
moriiiig Oouiid for Omaha,
Mrs. Nettie Postelwaile of Gtiido
Bock w:ts in the city Tuesday.
By Shcphoitlsoii ami friend weto
down ft Jiii Hiverton Tuesday.
Win Howe of Cowles was transact
ing business in this city Saturday
J V. Auld and G H. McCrary drove
ilo.vn to Guide Koek last Sunday.
O B. Fra.ier and J. W. Starr weio
in from Beach the first of the week.
Mrs. (ieorge llatlell leturned to this
ciy from McCook Wednesday morning-
Bev. Guo. W. Hummed of Blue Hill
was reviewing old acquaintances hero
Philip Karr and sister from near
Blue Hill weic shopping in this city
K. Beitler of Cowles was in town
Monday ami renewed his subscription
Win Squires of Salem las been vis
iting with his sou in law, Frank Smith,
the sliou man.
Do not forget that Taylor has moved
his undertaking to the room opposito
Cutting's ding store.
For Sale Fiisl class driving or work
horse, weight llfiO, 11 years old. In
quire of Jas. Burden.
Bring jour news items to Tiik
Clitni-'. We will he glad to print items
of local and general interest.
For sale or will turtle for cows or
hoifers. a good work herse, weight
1200. Inquiio of Jas. Burden.
Geo. Hutchinson was down from
Cowles Wednesday on business con
nected with his properly hoto.
W. D. Hall of Guide Hock was in the
city Saturday making arrnngemonts
for the funeral of H. E. Chrisuian.
My property, consisting of n 3-room
house nnd six lots in northwest part of
town, for sale or rent.
Mits. Louisa Hanky.
Ex-Seorotary of Stale Piper of Alnin
and B. Lowo of Huntley, an aspirant
for congressional honors, wero in tho
Fon Sai.K ou Hknt. House ami two
lots one block south of Miner Brfis
store. Write (J. W. Hutchison, Cowles
Nebraska, or inquire of Jos. Fogel, at
Mrs. Anna Scott left for Portland,
Oojgoii, Wednesday morning whoro
hcjrtwo sous Victor unit Ackley are re
siding. She expects to mako her homo
there in the future.
Attkntion Faumkhs! -Iiivm you
scon those bald wear hand-made har
ness at Butler's. Ho will sell you one
for $30. no not ?.'I0, but $21); nor will ho
take 820, but. $2'.'; no bring your team
anil ho will lit them on your horses for
the best kind of life X
'The cash value of tho policy at theJ
end of the period is more than
you havo paid.
Tiro, Lightning, Tornado ands
Life Insurance, j
,In tho best Old Line ol Mutual'
fO. C. Teel, Agt,i
Hku Ci.oui), Nkiiiiaska.
A Twenty Yean
I Life Policy
fin an Old Line Loir
Best Pants on Earth !
The Best Guarantee !
Listen: We pay 12c for every sus
pender button that pulls off.
60c for every waist band that rips.
A new pair if they rip below the
What - More - Cam - You - Ask.
Price, $2.00, $2.50, $2.75, $3.00
Gomden Haley Clothing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
HIDES AND POULTRY
of all kinds. Our stock of Groceries is now in. Butter
Eyt;s, Etc; taken in exchange for Groeeries or Meat,
dome and see us.
! The Reliable Butchers.
Los Chnnoy has resigned bis position
nt tho Hoyal Hotel ami has gone to
Cowles to take charge of C. F. Mt
The members of the Cnristian church
tendered their pastor, Hev M 'letlitb,
nntl wife, a pound party last Wed ties
day ovoning. A very pleasant timo
was report etl.
Win. II. Vontly of Wobster county
and Miss Anna M. Uaid of Jewell
county, Kansas wero united in mar
riage by Hev. I. W. Kdson at his lost
deneo on Sunday evening.
Omar Wolfo shot and killed a largo
pelican while hunting down by the
river Its spread of wing was a trillo
over eight feet. Those birds are rather
rare in this section of the country.
A very pleasant dancing party was
Kiven at the 15. & M. Kutiug Houso last
Friday night which was attended by a
largo number of the young people of
tho city. I'rof. Crone presided nt the
Tho Odd Fellows team of this city
wont to Campboll Tuesday to aUond a
meeting of the lodge of that place,
t ey having receivett an invitation to
come up ami do aomo work for that
The Home Art Club met at the home
of Mrs. J. A. Tulleys last Wednesday
afternoon ami wero right royally enter.
taint'd. Although tho lirst course of
thesnppur was a little light, the see;
ond courso ably demonstrated Mrs.
Tullnys ability to enlortain. Tho moot
ing wan on tho tiato of Mrs. T'tilleys'
birthday and although none of tho
club members know it at first, they
found it out afterwards.
Last Wednesday ovo. ing at tho homo
of S. A. Fiuehor ami wifo in tho south
part of town oeotirred a very happy
event when their daughter Miss Maud
K. was united in the holy bonds of
matrimony to Samuel 11. Dorr of Alva,
Oklahoma, Samuel West otlluiating
The wedding was a private one anil
was witnessed by only a few of the
most intimate friontUaiid relatives uj
tno contracting parties. Tho now
oupio will mako their futuro homo at
Alva, UKiauoma. , ,.-
COME AND SEE US.
If you want a ohoap harness remem
ber I can furnish it as cheap as any onn
i THE i
r Damerell Block, c
f Red Cloud, Neb.
COMB AND SEE USJ
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