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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 18, 1902)
"A new line of the
latest styles in
Also an assortment
of the popular
Come in and
1 Heuihouse Bros.,
4 Jowolers and Opticians
- nouuioua, nourosica. .
causo u great many
f The best way
to keep peace
with your neighbors is to
fenco your chickers with
poultry netting. Wo aro
making prices that makes
I Netting !
24 in. high, 15c psr rod.
36 in. high, 25c per rod.
48 in. high, 28c per rod.
60 in. high 35c per rod.
Use tho celebrated
W. p. s. 1
No boards required to keep it
Barb Wire 53.60 per 100.
26 inch hog fence 35c per
rod; barb wire top and
John g. potter,
Ovor Mixer's Grocory Store.
'I toll you what tho Now Cuba is tho
best Hvo cont cigar in town, u
can't got It take a Blue Front. Both
are of tho snmo stock."
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Fur sale bills call it this ofllcc.
Try that poultry tucat at Caldwoll's.
(io to Rifo Sc
Koon's for seed pota
Paul Popo cacao
homo from Lincoln
J. W. Runchey wont
Soed Potatoes !
K.T. licnton of Cowles was in the
Girl wanted at City Bakery. Job
A carload of seed oats at the Seldom
rldgo elevator, Cowles, Nebraska.
Boyd Munsoll is now firing an en
gino on tho ti. & M. out of McCook.
Mrs. Dennis Lindsay went to Cald
woll, Kan., Mocday for a visit with her
A new lino of laces and embroideries
just received. Prices right. F. Nkw
C. E. Stino, editor
Journal, was in tho
of -tho Superior
Frank Richardson has quit his job of
fireman on tho B.&M. switch ongino
at this place.
Born, Wednesday, April 16, to Mr.
and Mrs. (J. W. Whito of Garfield town
ship, a 101b boy.
Mrs. J.T. Robiason, who has been
quite sick, is reported to bo improving
slightly at this writing.
Go to Uutlor'sforall kinds of harness
and hardware All goods in both lines
se'U at a small margin.
Flavius Longtin of Riverton camo
down Monday to visit with his brother
Nels and family.
J. H. Smith drovo to Riverton Mon
day morning, remaining in that vicin
ity tho ninjor part of tho week.
Carl tiirkner expects to leavo soon
for tho stato of Washington, whoro ho
expects to soma day becomo wealthy.
A Hadol went to McCook Monday
evening to attend to business matters
connected with his brunch store in that
J. F. Wintora, a former Red Cloud
citizen, but now of Lincoln, was in tho
city attending to business matters this
Mrs. Rabin, who has been attending
the Adventist meeting in this citv. re
turned to her home in Superior Mon
H J. Clark wont to Riverton Wod
nosdav rooming to place a monument
in tho cemetery at that place for Mrs.
Miss Rena Hampton of Chicago,
daughter of Mayor-elect Hampton, is
visiting at the homo of her father and
with friends in this city.
Mrs. Spaulding of Riverton came to
this city Saturday for a visit with
friends and also to attend to somo
business matters horo.
Mm. J. B. Sellars and sou Lynn re
turned homo Tuesday morning after an
nxtonded visit with her daughter, Mrs.
Blanch Yarger, at Scott's Bluff, S. D.
The G. A. R. poit of this city has se
cured tho promiso of Governor Savacro
to be prosont and deliver an address'at
tho Decoration day exorcises in tnis
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hafhill are re
joicing over tho arrival of a son at
their place just across tho lino in Kan
sas, which ovent took plaso last Tuos
Lew Clapp and A. A Burdlck drovo
to Blromington Sunday, Mr. Clapp to
visit with relativos and Mr. Burdick to
attend to somo business matters in that
city and vicinity.
Mrs. 11. J. Clark has been quite sick
with neuralgia nf tho stomach at the
homo of her parents in York county,
this state, but is reported to be conva
lescing. I live and lut my brothron live,
With all that's good with me,
Unto tho poor some rash I'd givo
Tho balance 1 give Kocky Mountain
Tea. C. L. Cotting.
A delegation of Red Cloud Knights
of Pythias attended tho mooting of tho
tiluo Hill lodgo Wednesday evening
and assisted in tho work of conferring
degrees. They report a splendid timo.
Mrs. Charles tiall expects to leave
Saturday for California, stopping on
tho way to visit at McCook, Akron,
Donvor and Colorado Springs, going
from thoro to San Francisco, whoro
Mr. tiall will join her later.
Mrs. 11. C. Brown goes to St. Joseph
Friday evening to bo prosont at a meot
ing of tho Cronkhite heirs which is to
bo hold in that city Saturday. Mrs.
Iirown has great hopes of receiving a
share, of tho estate, which is now esti
mated to bo worth upward of 80 mil
W. B. Roby wont to Hastings Tues
day to bo prosont at a meeting of tho
Republican congressional committee,
which met in that city Wednesday.
The meeting was called for tho purpose
of fixing a timo and placo for holding
tho congressional convention of the
tifth district. Tho date of the con
vention was set for Juno 10, to meet at
Services at Church of Christ Sunday,
April SO: Preaching, 10:30 a. m , sub
ject, "Hreacii ni rromiRo" p. m.,
subject, "Gold for Brass." Bible school,
12 m. Junior Christian Endeavor, 3
p m. Sonior Christian Endeavor, 7
p, m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, b
p m. Proanhing at Cowles Sunday,
3.30 p. m. All the iiintubers of the
church aro earnestly requested, to at
tond tho morning service. A hearty
invitation is extended to all to enjoy
all these services. Evangulist T. A,.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
(Junker lieu killer and nxlo arenso
havo early seed potatoes
Butler keeps tho
tiloomcr hog fence.
Host on earth.
F. Bradbrook was
In Campbell the
first of tho week.
Tho Kingman combined riding
lister only $30 at Wolfo tiros.'
Millet and cane soed and a full line
of fresh garden seeds at Roby's.
Mrs. Elraor Harvoy, from near River
ton, was shopping in this city Saturday.
A party of Masons went to Guido
Rock last night to assist in conferring
Mrs. James, mother of Mrs. Dol 'fur
nuro. left Thursday morning for Con
Next Tuosday, April 22, being a legal
holiday, tho couty judgo's oMco will bo
closod for tho day.
Do not forgot that Taylor has moved
his undertaking to the room opposite
Cotting's drug store.
Bring your nows items to Thk
CniKK. We will be glad to print items
of local and general interest.
For salo or will trade for cows or
boifors. a good work horse, woight
1200. Inquiroof Jas. Burden.
Thoro are rumors afloat of a wedding
in high society circles, samo to take
plaso in or near Inavale noxt Sunday.
Harry Lotson went to Franklin Tues
day to bo present at tho Biorolv-Millor
wedding, which occurred Wednesday
My property, consisting of a 3-room
houso and six lots in north west part of
town, for salo or rent.
Mtts. Louisa Hanky.
Mrs. Joseph Kublo returned to her
homo in McCook Saturday evening
after a short visit with her relatives
C. B. Pfrunnicr, night oporator at tho
B. & M. depot for tho past fow months,
has gono to Culborson. A. E. Biotel
takes his place.
Spring timo is tho timo to uso Rocky
Mountain Tea. Keeps you well all
summer. Great spring life renower.
35c. O. L. Cotting.
Chas. Uesso has had a new doorstep
placed in front of tho building used by
Sheror & Bradshaw as a moat market.
Tho roof is also being rcshinglsd.
Fob Sale ou Rknt. Houso and two
lots ono block south of Minor Bros,
storo. Writo G. W. Hutchison, Cowles
Nebraska, or- inquire of Jos. Fogol, at
harness shop. ,
The most difficult part of the work
on Miner Bros.' now building has boon
reached, that of putting in tho arch bo
tweon tho two buildings. Wednesday
night the workmen worked all night.
Attention Farmers: Have you
seen those hard wear band-made har
ness at Butler's. Ho will sell yon one
for $30. no not 130, but $20; nor will he
take 120, but 122; no bring your team
and he will fit them on your horses for
I have buyers for both farm and pas
turo land. If you have land for sale
pleaso list it with mo at once. Mo
charge if I do not get you a bnyer.
Also farm loans at lowest rate with od-
fction. C. F. Cather, Red Cloud', Neb.
Carpenters commenced work attain
last Tuesday shelving and preparing
the rotter building lor oocupanoy oy
tho Fair Store and T. E. Penman's jew
elry storo. They expect to move to
their now quarters in the near future.
When located they will have one of the
finest stores in tho city.
Thoro aro somo young people, both
boys and girls, in this city, who need a
littio fixing. It may be all right for
them to run around until ton or olovon
o'clock at night and howl and yell, but
thero nro somo pooplo who object to
being disturbed during a church ser
vice. Thero is plonty of room for
young peoplo to have their fun without
disturbing tho churches, and wo would
adviso them to hereafter kcop away.
Win. H. Spelker, ago 23, and Elonoro
S. Gorluch, ago 21, wero married by
Rnv. Graf of tho German Lutheran
church of Nelson, Neb., at the
church south of Roscniont, at 10 a. in.
Thursday. The groom is a young man
of sterling qualities and is highly re
spected by all thoso who know him.
Tho bride is ono of Webster county's
fairest young women, tho daughter of
County Commissioner Gerlach. Both
liavo boon residents of this county for
a number of years. A large eathorine
of friends witnessed tho coromony.aftor
which tho wedding dinner was served
at tho homo of tho bride's parents.
The Chief extends its congratulations
to the happy couplo and wishes them
a ploasant and prosperous voyago
Do you know that
Will buy enough Wall Paper to
mako your small bodroom look
now and clean? Don't take
anybody's word for it, but
come and seo our stock and
loarn our prices. Wo aro soil
ing Border at the same prico
as I'apor, and sometimes
Give It Away !
Chas. L. Cotting,
I have thelargost
stock of Wall Papor
in tho city. My
goods and prices
will suit you.
II. K. GRICE.
Tote for the school bonds.
J. B. Potter of Nelson was in our city
Ohio soed potatoes at
of Inavalo was in
our city Tuesday.
R. D.Thompson and family wero in
the city Tuesday.
Minor Bros have ono car choico oarly
Ohio seed potatoes.
Picturo mouldings and curtains at
Taylor's, opposite Cotting's.
County Attorney Overman was in
Juniata the first of the week.
Jay Popo left for Trinidad, Col.,
Monday, whoro his son Win Ib at work.
Sowing machines at
at Taylor's, opposite
Lloyd Hampton is
visiting with his
Mrs. Isaac Shopardson and daughter
of Riverton wore shopping in this city
Harvoy Horn and wife of Guido
Rock wero in tho city tho latter part
of last week.
Have you bought ono of thoso oak
tanned halters for 09c, 89c $1.01? But
ler keeos them.
Horvy Conovor camo down from Mc
Cook Wednesday for a visit with rela
tives in this city.
Attornoy L. 11. Blacklodgo wont to
Lincoln Monday to attend to somo
business matters thero.
Lost A gentleman's silvorine, opon
faco watch. Findor roturn to this of
fice and recelvo reward.
A.J. Zint is working in D. M. Abel's
place at tho B. & M. depot. Tho lattor
is taking a short vacation.
Mrs. J. H. Woollen of Mankato,
Kan., is visiting at tho homo of her
brother, J. O. Lindloy, in this city.
Milton Osborn and son Alfred, from
North Branch, wore in tho city Tues
day. Alfred expects to leavo soon tor
Zadie Shrador and Rebecca Shipman
left this olace for Manville. Wvo..
where they go for an extended visit
with relatives and friends.
Members of tho D. of H. are re
quested to bo in attendanco April 22 to
welcome candidates ana visiting mem
bers. Dora Groatt, Recorder.
Makes. children. oat, sleep and grow;
makos mothers strong and vigorous.
Makes a healthy family. That's what
Rocky Mountain Tea does. 35 cents. C.
The alumni of the Red Cloud high
school will havo their annual business
meeting at the high school Tuesday
evening, April 22, at 8 o'clock. Ada
Wo expect to move our stock to tho
Potter building in about a week or ten
dajs. Until that timo wo offer you
somo good bargains in china, glass and
goods most troublesomo to move.
Tho Epworth loaguo held its regular
monthly business meeting and social
at tho homo of Miss Anna Tulleys on
last Tuesday evening. Refreshments
wero served and a good timo was had
by all present.
Grace Episcopal service Sunday,
April 20. "Third Sunday after Easter."
Morning prayer and sermon, 10:30 a.
m. Evening prayer and sermon, 8 p. in.
Sunday school, 12 in. Tho public is
Miss Jessie Cather wont to Franklin
Monday evoning to bo prcBont at the
wedding of Miss Lucilo Bieroly of
Franklin to 11. 11. Miller of Lincoln.
which event occurred at that placo
at 7 o'clock Wednesday motning, Rev.
Xandors of Graco Episcopal church,
Rod Cloud, performing tho ceremony.
A Twenty Year
'In an Old Line Company is
the best kind of life
Tbo cash value of tho policy at tho;
end of tho period is raoro than
you havo paid.
Tiro. Lichtnine, Tornado and
In tho best Old Line or Mutual1
O. C. Teel, Agt.,
Rkd Ci.ouw, Nkhiiaska.
twh -.srtY.x. .
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 - Can - You - Ask.
Price, $2.00, $2.50, $2.75, $3.00,
Couiden Haley Clothing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
Find we have the Nicest and Neatest Gro
cery and Meat Market in the city. They also
find us the best place to trade, as they can get
any kind of Meat or Groceries IN EX
CHANGE FOR THEIR PRODUCE.andwe
also pay cash' for Poultry and Hides, etc., and
the highest market price at that.
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HED GkOUD GUEEfl HOUSE !
MRS. HENRY DIEDERICH, Manaokh.
P. O. Box No. lfi(i, Rod Cloud, Nebraska.
Call at Shoe store east of Miner Bros., and look at plants.
Apios Tuberosa, n vine.
Atiutilion, or Flowering Maple.
Almonds, whito and pink.
Arauearia, or Norfolk Island Pine.
Balsams, Apple and Pear.
Begonias, 17 kinds.
uannas, started in pois.
Dinnthus Pinks anb Hardy May Pinkc
Lilanilius I'lumarias or owoui wmium,
li'nrnn llnalnn nnil Will holdin.
(ieraniums, 18 kinds, including 5 scent
Hyacinth, bean or vine
India Rubbor Trees.
Ipomoa, or Moon Vines.
m c jl n. .: Free
II ajSClIn rwnnvr Mcdlolne, Dr. Kay's Homo Treatment, a US pao
j Illustrated book describing Rymploms,
3j valuabla reclpeu and proscriptions in
Dr. Kay's Renovator
cures tho very worst cases of Oyspopsla, Constipation, llcadacho, l'alpltutlon ot
Heart, Liver and Kidney diseases and bad results of La Urtppo. Send for proof of It.
Wrlto us ubout all your symptoms. Sold by DruirgUta. bon'ttuko any substltuto
but soud us 'ii cw., M eta. or 11,00 and wo will send Dr. Kay's Honovator by roturn mall.
A '.'5-crot or Wcout pucWaKo of Dr. Kay'H Honovator Is Ciiiaiifail
to bcneilt any of those symptoms or money rot unded by uiWUiitllHHI
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LatliyriiR, Hardy Pea Vines.
Maderia Vine, oxtra lino climber.
Nieotiana, Sweet Scented Tobacco.
Peonies or Pines, doublo whito, pink
Pansies, whito and choico mixed kinds.
Sweet Pua, everlasting.
Pinks, hardy or May.
Portulaca, or Moss.
Rosos, Magna Charta, Vori Verdis,
American Beauty, Crlmsop, Whito
and Yellow Ramblers, Golden Gate,'
Chlothildo, Souport, Moteor, Bur
Early Tomato and Early Cabbage
Plants and Lato Cabbago Plants.
Pepper and Colory Plants.
Southern Queen, Yellow Nansomonds,
Early Jorsoy Sweot Potato Plants.
Advice by our pnymcians, rreo sample
causes of dlaoancs, boat trcatrnont, also many
plain language, saves doctor's bills. Ask Xor H.
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