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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1902)
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$15,00 Watch for $ goo,
$18.00 Watch for $10.50,
$19.00 watch for $1
$22.00 watch for $1:
If you do come in while
we still have these bar
cases with a
1 liemhoose Bros.,
Jowelers and Opticians.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
causes you to think of
Wo also want to cause you to
think of our lino of theso goods.
Wo have in stock the ii -est
lino of refrigerators that over
eanio to tbo city.
All white onamol and positive
ly tbo easiest cleaned.
Our Monarch Line
in complete in every detail and
are absolutely safe and
Base Ball Goods
Everything you need for
comfort and pleasure.
Our prices are the lowest
and our quality is the bsst.
John g. potter,
Over MUiir's Grocery Storo.
1 havo buyers for both farm and pas
turn land. If you have laud for sale
i,t, .,1 list it with mo at once No
vhargo if 1 do not get you a btiyor.
Also farm loans at lowest rata with op.
tion. 0. F. Catiikb, Red Cloud, Nob.
"I toll you what tho Now Cuba is tbo
host llvo cent cigar in town. If you
ean't got it tako a Bluo Front. Both
mo of tho sumo stock."
William W. Wind and Kd C. Euiigh
camo down from Onmlia last Thursday
evening. Mr. Ward will return to
Omaha the ltrat of next week and will
outer tho omploy of tbo Douglas 1 lut
ing Co. Mr. Kinigh will lunula iu
Ked Cloud for the pieiuut.
I LOCAL BREVITIES
Window curtains at Cutting's.
For salo bills call at this olllce.
(Jo to Hifo & Koon's for sued pota
toes. Jell Chaplin of Cowles was iu tho
( G Holt of Cowles was iu tbo city
Saturday on business.
C. C. and A. A. Boron of Cowles
wore in tbo city Monday.
Head tho offer of a frco cabinet pho
tograph in another column.
Attorney ). H. Mercer nttendod court
in Aurora tho first of tho weok.
A carload of seed oats at tbo Seldom -rldgo
olovator, Cowles, Nebraska.
J. W. Kico of Superior was transact
ing business in this city Saturday.
J. W. Runchoy wont to Hastings on
business Saturday, returning Monday.
Cuas. Arnold of Rosomont was trans
acting legal businoss in tbo city Satur
day. Cabinot photograph of yourself froo.
Head our offer olsowboro in today's
A now line of laces and embroideries
just recoived. Prices right. F. New-
Wm. Good and wife of Cowles visited
with their daughter, Mrs. Paul Storey,
Los Chancy, who is now working in
Cowles, visited with friends in this
city last Sunday.
Go to Butler's for all kinds of harness
and hardware All goods in both lines
sold at a small margin.
D. A. Dickey has rented tho Ayers
propoity in tbo north part of town and
moved thoro Wednesday.
Miss Myra Griflltb, daughter of John
Griffith, alderman from tho Second
ward, is riding a now bicycle.
F. Hradbrook was in Campboll the
first of tho week making photographs
of the bandsomo pcoplo of that vicin
ity. Cbas. Hronson of McCook was in tbo
city tbo foro part of tbo week assisting
tbo Masonic fraternity of this city to
confer tho work on sovoral now mem
bers of that order.
A novol feeling of leaping, bounding
impulses goes through your body.You
feel young, act young and aro young
after taking Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
cents. C.L. Cotting.
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Bentloy returned
to tho city tho first of tho week after a
rather lengthy sojourn at Hot Springs,
Ark. Tkey expect to return; to that
placo again in a short time.
Fou Salh A few bushels of millet
seed, and also one short born bull
a suro breeder and quiet in every way.
Inquire of F. E. Wildey, six miles
south wojt of Rod Cloud, Neb.
A social dance was given by a num
ber of our young people at tho Potter
ball on Monday evening. A very
pleasant tlmo was roported. Tho mu
sic was furnished by tbo Italian or
chestra. County Clerk Garbor and County
Attornoy B. U. Overman attended tbo
Odd Follows anniversary celebration
and bnuquot at Superior Monday. Tbo
latter responded to tho toast "Odd
Fellowship" at tho banquet given in
Woid was received from Sid Longtin
who duparted for California last week.
Ho and Roy Winfrey arrived thoro safe
and sound, and aro now enjoying tho
cool sea breezes of ,'Los Angeles, Cal.
The boys like that placo and will re
main there iu tbo future.
Charles Bices, who ha) been work
ing in J. Nustein's cigar factory iu this
city for soma time, loaded his house
bold goodf in wagons nnd departed for
Falrbury Tuesday morning, his futber
having eomu from that placo for that
purpose, arriving horo Monday.
A. R. Reynolds and family expect to
luavo this city in a very short tiino.
Mr. Reynolds will probably opon a
moat market in Iiladon. l.o has al
ready purchased tho ico which his
predecessor put up last wiutor and is
only waiting for a slaughter bouso to
This weok anotkor chango was mado
In tho managomontof th Nation, A. C.
Hojmor having sold his interost in that
paper to Miss Emma Halo, daughter of
A. C. Halo of Inavale, and a niece of
tho other proprietor, J, r. Halo. Tho
uow lirru uanio will bo Halo & Halo.
Mr. Hosmor will remain in the employ
of tho now iirru in tho fntura.
C. H. Kaley lias bad a gang of men at
work for some tlmo past excavating
for his lake and at prosont has tbo
work udvauced far enough that ono
o.iu see that he means business. The
lake will bo all the way from two to
ten foot deep and about ono hun
dred j arils wide and four hundred
yards long Uy next hummer ho ox
pects to have a first class resort for
pionio and plousuro patties with bath
ing, boating, ushiug and othor apiuso-aoiti.
W b.it en" give more p'easuro to your
absent relatives or friends than a band
somo cabinot sie photograph i.f your
self? We have made arrangements
with Hradbrook A: Shtiltz, the popular
photogrnplieis of this city, whcioby
every subscriber for Tub Ciiikk can
socuro n handsome, well thus hud nnd
thiol mounted photograph free of post.
Hero Is what wo propose to do Kvery
uow subscriber to Tim Cult:' paying
one dollar for a year's subscription will
reccivo a coupon good for ono cabinot
size photogrnph. Kvery old subscriber
who pays ono year in advance will lie
entitled to a similar coupon. Every
old subscriber who is in arrears tor 0110
or more yenrs will receive n coupon for
each dollar of back subscription paid.
Tbo name Hradbrook & Shultz is sulVi
ciont guarantee of the quality of work
to bo expected. What more do you
want? This offer will remain open (for
a short timo only, and thoso who desire
to tako advantage of it should loso no
GENERA! CITY NEWS.
Butlor koops tho Bloomer hog fence.
Host on earth.
Boy Zint camo down from McCook
Josoph Garbor, Sr., is quite sick at
his home north of this city.
M. . Fairiiold of Guide Rock was in
tho city Monday on business.
Picture mouldings and curtains at
Taylor's, opposite Cottlng's.
Millet and cane aeed and a full line
of fresh garden seeds at Roby's.
Frank Waffel of Bladon waa trans
acting businoss in this city Monday.
Ryan and Carl Birknor loft Monday
evening for Montana, where they go to
Sewing machines at reduced prices,
at Taylor's, opposite Cotting's drug
J. O. Burgess and wife of Hluo Hill
woro in tho city attonding tho I. O. O.
F. C. Huscbow attended tho I. O. O.
F. anniversary in this city the foro
part of tho week.
Geo. Popo and family havo moved
into tho J. A. McArthur property in
tho uoithoast part of town.
Goo. 11. McCall. tho Guldo Rock im
plement man, was in tho city on busi
ness tho fore part of tho week.
J. W. Runchoy and family moved
into tho Mrs. Carl Person brick prop
erty at tho foot of Seventh avenue this
T. E. Ponman this woek removed bis
jewelry store from his former location
in tho Cook drug store to tho C. H.
Captain C. E. Adams of Superior,
ono of the aspirants for congressional
honors, was up from Superior Satur
day Renewing old acquaintances.
Will Hilton, who has been living
near Blue Hill, has moved onto the
Riley Lowis farm, southeast of this
city, he having purchased that place
somo timo ago.
Ludlow Bros, commenced work at
their brick yards north of town last
weok. They aro preparing to furnish
all the brick that is wanted in this city
this year and wo havo no doubt but
what thoy can do it.
Tho new residence of John Polnicky,
on Cedar street, is boing completed n 1
fast as possible and bo expects to re
move thereto by tho 10th of May. When
it is completed John will have a very
neat and commodious residence.
John Griffith is so confident that it
will rain again in this county that ho
has had his bouso reshiiiglcd and
otherwise repaired, so that when it
does rain tho water will not spoil tho
now paper ho has bad put on tho walls.
Throe dagoes and a grind organ, or
rather two dagoes and a grind organ
and "tho monk," started in to seronaJo
our businoss streets last Friday, but
after thoy had gone ono block got tired
of tho job and started on their weary
Throo Italian musicians furnished
music for our peoplo du'ing tho fore
part of tho weok. They played for tho
Odd Follows' anniversary ontortaln
ment, tho danco Saturday ovoning and
also at the danco given at the Potter
hall on Monday ovoning.
W. G. Blaok has removed his Pair
storo from tho Damcrell block to the
C II. Potter building whoro ho is now
nicoly located. Tho storo presents a
neat and handsome appearanco and is
largo enough to givo Mr. Black an op
portunity to display his stock to advan
tage. Minor Bros, aro rushing tho work on
their additional storo room and expect
to gut moved therein about tbo 10th of
May. Their grocery and qiieonswaro
stock will bo arranged iu the now room
ami tho ono which is now used for gro
ceries will bo used for carpets, mat
tings, eloaks, capes, tailor mado suits,
otc. When comploted they will havo
tho largost store between St. Joe and
Denver on this Unit of ths B. M.
1 havo tho'large.st
stock of Wall Papor
in tho city. My
goods and prices
will suit you.
II. K. UKICK.
Two or three good second hand bug
gies for sale,
C. W. Riukerof Riverton was a Rod
Cloud visitor Saturday.
E. Hanson of McCook was in tho city
tho fore part of tho week.
The Kingman combined riding
lister only 830 at Wolfo Bros.'
A good ton room bouso for ront. In
qnrio at Tax Chirp office.
Miss Maggie Leonard of Riverton
was in this city tho first of tho week.
Poultry meat 4c, and bono fertilizer,
for flowers and lawns, 3c, at Caldwell's.
Aaron Conovor has had a windmill
erected on his placo just west of the
O. E. Stein of Superior was visiting
friends in tho city tho fore part of tho
W. II. Patterson of Campbell was a
businoss visitor to Rod Cloud last Sat
urday. S. B. Carpenter and wifo of Inavale
woro transacting business in tho city
Have you bought ono of thoso' oak
tanned bailors for 00c, 00c 91.04? But
ler kcos tbom.
Do not forgot that Taylor has moved
bis undertaking to tho room opposito
Cottlng's drug store.
Mrs. W. 11. McMastor and daughter
of Franklin wcro Red Clcud visitors
the first of tho week.
Mrs. J. Armstrong, of Laramie, Wyo
ming, nieco of Wm. Parks and wife, is
visiting in tbo city.
W. E. Francis of North Branch,
Kan., was in town Saturday and wbilo
hero gave us a dollar for Tint diner.
Mrs. Freddio Garbor has returned to
tho city and has movod into tho resi
dence formerly owned by J. A. Baum.
Judgo G. W. Norris of McCook was
in tho city last Friday assisting tho I.
O. O. F. lodgo of this city to commem
orate thoir anniversary day.
Mrs. Doiderich, mother of our shoo
man, Henry Doiderich, who has boon
visiting horo for some months past,
left for her old homo in Indiana on
The population of Webster county is
still on tho increase. Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. White are tho parents of a baby
girl, which arrived at thoir place Mon
day, April 28.
Miss Mollio Ferris loft for Mt. Ver
non, Wash., Monday, whero she expects
to mako her homo in tbo futuro. Her
brother, Ei Ferris, has beon living
tbero for somo time.
Captain C. E. Adams of Superior,
candidate for tho Republican nomina
tion for congressman from the Fifth
district, was circulating among Red
Cloud politicians Thursday.
Mother Yes, ono packago makes
two quarts of baby medicine. See di
rections. There is nothing just as good
for babies and children as Rooky
Mountain Tea. 35 cts. O. L. Cotting.
Mr. and Mrs. II. R Felker of Toledo,
0 aro visiting in this city nvith Mrs.
Felkcr's sister, Mrs. A. U. Kaley. Mr.
and Mrs. Felker are on their road homo
fiom California, whero thoy spout tbo
Cha9. Busheo of Guido Rock was in
tho city Saturday making arrange
ments for his permanent removal hero.
Ho has rented tho W. W. Wright resi
dence property in tho north part of
town and movod there Wednesday.
Wo will sell you an
IflSEGT POWDEfl GUfl
lillod with fresh insect powdoj for
What more do yon want? Wo also put
Liquid Bag Destroyer,
at 25c per bottle.
If it fulls to do tho work it
COSTS YOU NOTHING !
Try it and be convinced.
Chas. L. Cotting,
ft Ten Dollar Suit T
Wc mean that the man who wants to pay
$10.00 for a suit shall have the biggest
Ten Dollars worth he ever had.
Wc know that it may result in lots of
men buying these suits who intended to
pay more, but that doesn't deter us when
we can increase the values we offer.
Our $10.00 suits have always equaled
the $12.00 grade anywhere else. $13.50
or $15.00 would be nearer their compara
There's no more style in any garments
than you'll find in these suits.
The styles are new patterned Cassimeres
and worsteds the right spring cut, but it's
the value in them that makes them re
markable at the price. Take a look.
Couiden Kaley Clothing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
Harman Hartman of Lobanon, Kan.,
was in tho city Wednesday.
A powder gun failed with fresh insect
powder for 10 cents, at Cotting's.
Elmer A. Thomas will open dental
parlors in the Roed building noxt
Mm.Riliii Garber left Monday for
Clarinda, la., called thore by tho sori-
oua illness of Mrs. George Holland.
Married, Wednosday, April 80, at the
residence of the bride's paronts, in
Rod Cloud, Mr. R. L. Skaggs to Miss
Susan E. McCord, Probato Judgo Ed
Sovoral of the young pcoplo of this
city drove to Inavalo Tuesday ovoning
to uttond tho enterlainniont givon by
tho Amboy Theatrical company. Judg
ing from tho expressions of somo tht
ontortalnmont was well worth attend
ing. Word has been received in this city
of the marriage of Miss Gertrude Fill
lur and Mr. Frod 1). West, in Lowiston,
Mnnt.. Am-il 23. Tho bndu is quite
well known in this city and vicinity,
having beon a resident hero lor several
Tho Red Cloud Amateur Dramatic
Association went down to Suporior
Tuesday and presented "Undo Joshua
Whltcomb" in tho ovoning, ueing greet
...1 liv 11 Hiniill but ntmreclativo audi
once. After tho ontortaiumeiit dancing
was indulged in uutil a late hour, inusio
for which was furnished by tbo John
Vonuto Italiau string band. All roport
a splendid lime.
Rov. W. H. Xander3, tor tho past
fow years rector of Grace hplscopnt
cnurcn in mis cit,nii iubik; '
loaves this woek for Brokon How, Nob.,
i.nrn ho has a call to till the pulpit iu
i.n K.riUeninl church of that eity. Mrs.
Xanders and daughter will remain in
Rod Cloud for tho prosont and wil
reside in tho Miss Mollio Ferris homo,
u... Tnd,r will return to Blooming-
ton in tlmo to doliver tho baccaliturtato
sermon beforo tho graduates ol tuo
high school at that placo.
A very happy wedding occurred last
Wednesday m Bad Cloud when Mr.
Walter E Francis, aged 34, and Miss
Cora M. Uushton, aged 10, were uuitcd
In marriage by Probato Judge Edson.
Tim ('mom is ono of tho most piosper-
ous young farmers living in tbo neigh
bm hood of North Blanch, Kan Tho
bible, who was burn and 1 eared in
Jewell county, is tho daughter of Mr.
ami Mrs. Joshti Rushton, and is one of
the most popular young ladles In that
nolKhborhod. May thoir pathway
taroagb life strtnn with rouos.
On last Saturday evening the lodge
room hall in the Potior building oc
curred a vary pleasant event, whon the
Misses iloroiico and Bornice Potter
and Eva Mitcholl ontertainod a number "
of their friends with games of various
kinds, music and dancing. A large
number of thoir young friends partici
pated in tho evont and all pronounce
tbo young ladies first class entertain
ers. The Italian orchestra, which had
beon retained for tho occasion, fur
nished tho musio for tho occasion and
it is noodloss to say it was excellent.
Dainty refreshments woro served, con
sisting of ico cream, cako, fruit and
othor delicacies. Tho merrymaking
was kept up until tho woe sma' hours
and all report a very pleasant and en
Postmaster Hacker Married.
Tho following brief, aunoencomont of
tho marriage of Postmaster T. C
Hacker of this city is taken from the
Ogden items in the Salt Lake Herald
of April 'J.-j:
"Rev. W E. Maison yesterday morn
ing ollluiated at the wedding of T. Cf
Hacker of Red Cloud, Neb., and Flora
11. Buchanan of Moiitpolior, Ida."
Tbero is evidently an error in tin
lady's name, as it was understood hen
that Mr. Hacker was to marry Mrs
Sophia Buchanan of Nemaha City1
Neb. Tub CniKt' joins with tbo man
friends of Mr. Hacker in exlondinj
congratulations to tbo happy pah
Upon their return to Red Cloud, Ml
and Mrs. Hacker will livo iu the Sai
Temple property, which is boing title
up for their reception.
Tint Ciiikk $tporyear.
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