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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1902)
$15,00 Watch for 5? 900,
JjJf,$i8.oo Watch for $10.50,
5 or a
$19.00 watch for $12.00,
9 or a
$22.00 watch for $12.50?
If you do come in while
we still have these bar
All twenty year filled
cases with a guaranteed
1 fleiuhouse Bros., I
Jewelers and Opticians.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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i This Warm
causes you to think of
We also want to causo you to
think of our lino of those goods.
We havo in stock the G.cst
line of refrigerators that ever
came to the city.
All white enamel and positive
ly the easiest cleanod.
Our Monarch Line of
U complete in every detail and
are absolutely safo and
1 Base Ball Goods t
Everything you need for
comfort and pleasure.
Our prices are the lowest
and our quality is the bsst.
J )HN G. rOTTEH,
KTT0RN9Y - KT -Over
Miznr'a Grocery Store.
AntiuaJ Estimate of Expense and Report
( Revenue Received.
Th followlm It tUo annual estlmato of er
m of Si probable amaunt of money cm
larVfor all purpoiea to be raUwl tn aaW city of
Vot streew alleys and iMewaltn " "J
Kar ofllccra ialarlen... vwrIi
For ialnt.nanco tind rate of city water
ll "SSK iS'il Slwe. o? lUlgatlon - 0 N
For costa anil cxieije
L,WO - t - , ,, Villi !
Fof KHuSpro icelloii wlii'l conwRloui
Totuj Kms W..,oun.,I.lr.':,;w87 38
OcTupiiVonVHx'coiiectcd "J g
Other oiirce - -
"" c', K. Unfit, t'lly clerk".
lU'tlJatiil white K-ifllr com at Ruby's.
Murk I'.irkcs was in thu city the first
of the week.
S.J.Wilson of Superior was in tho
D. J. Myers returned from Omaha
If you want job work of ony kind
call and seo us.
Tho Chirk and Chicago Inter Ocoan
one year for tlJUfi.
H. O. Schlichtman of Blue Hill was
in tho city Monday.
Summor dross goods, lacos and em
broideries. F. Newhonso.
Something now In fire-proof baking
dishes, cheap, at Tho Fair.
M. E. Fairfield of (Juido Uock was in
tho city on business Monday.
M. S. Marsh of Grand It land was in
tho city tho foro port of tho week.
Frank Williams of Guide Rock was
transacting businois bore Monday.
Mrs. S. A. Redden of Guide Rock was
attending court in tho city Monday.
B. E. Ladd and H G. Sawyer trans
acted businoss in this city Saturday.
F. A. Swcczyof Blue Hill was attond.
ing court matters in tho city this week-
C. J. Wilson of Smith Center, Kan
sas, was in the city Monday on busi
noss. A new line of laces and embroideries
just roceived. Prices right. F. Nivr-
Mrs. H. B. Simons and Mrs. Elmer
Simons of Inavale were- in tho city
G. M. Caster of Biverton was trans
acting business in the city the fore part
of tho wook.
Bring your news items to Tub
Chikk. Wo will be glad to print items
of local and goncral interest.
0. W. Kaloy returned last Saturday
from an extended visit in California
and other wustorn points.
Wm. Bradbior from southwestern
Kansas, is visiting with bis sister Mrs
Jas. Kcaglo of lino township.
A. M. Walters and A. D. Ranncv of
Blue- Hill wero in tho city on logal bus
iness tho fore part of the week.
Ralph and Bert Clark of Bladen
were in the city Monday with twelvo
wolf scalps which they had secured.
J. A. McArthur and J. M. Chaflin
made a business trip to Nelson Tues
day morning returning the same day.
Fob Salb Short born bull, aure
breeder, quint in every way. F.E.
Wildey, six miles southwest of Red
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Karnetz from
near Burr Oak, Kansas, are visiting
with their daugher, Mrs. Chas. Schultz,
The' republican county central com
mitted has been, called to meet at the
court house on Thursday, May 15th, at
a p.m. A fall attendance is requested.
A novel feeling of leaping, bounding
impulses goos through your body.You
feel young, act young and are young
after taking Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
conts. C. L. Cotting.
We aro now nicoly located in our
now room in the Potter building,
whero we will bo pleased to welcome
all our old customors as well as lots of
new ones. Tho Fair.
J P. Halo of tho Nation and Geo. F.
M. Newhonso of tho Chief attended tho
meeting of the Nebraska Press associa
tion tit Lincoln this week, and they
haven't done anything since
Don't wasto your money on worth
loss imitation of Rocky Mountain Tea.
Get tho goncino, tuado only by tho
Madison Medicine Co. A great family
remedy. 35 cts. C L. Cot'ing.
Attkntion Fakiikus: Have you
seen thoso hard wear hand-mado har
ness at Butler'n. Ho will sell you ono
for 930. no not 30, but 120; nor will ho
tako $20, but 122; no bring your team
and bo will lit thorn on your horses for
Ruv. L, Jensen, pastor of tho Danish
Lutheran church of Ruskin, Nackolls
county, hold confirmation services and
administered sacrament at the school
house in Dist. 03 last Sunday at 11 a.m.
at which tiaio there was confirmod
Riness and Mary Jensen, son and
daughter of Otto Jensen, and Anna
Lansen, daughter of Mrs. Gertrudo
Hauscn. Rev. Jensen comploted throe
weeks school which he had tanght pre
paratory for tho confirmation services.
Geo. M. Umphonour and family and
Mrs. Younglovo, mother of Mrs. Urn
phononr, leave for North Dakota this
week whero they expect to mako their
homo in the fnturo. Mr. Umphonour
will go by tho ovorland routo and ex
pects to bo about thrco weeks on the
road. Whilo wo aro sorry ,to loso thoso
old residents from our midst we wish
thorn a full moasuro of succoss in their
new location. Tiik Chikk will follow
and bo tho tie between tbom and their
For a short time only wo will give
you a cabinet sizo photograph with
evory dollar paid on subscription lo
Photographs will bo taken by
Bradbrook ft Shultz, photographers
of this city and will bo full cabinet
sir.o and tho bent they can uroduco
and may bo taken of the porson pay
ing tho dollar or of anyono wholpre
sents tho coupon wlich tltty got,
and which entitles thorn to tho pho
tograph. Romomber this llboral of
fer is good for a short timo only and
is good if dollar paid is cither for
arrears or in payment of Cnixr in
advance You got for ono dollar a
good first class photograph and the
best, paper in Wobster county for
ono year. Better tako advantago of
this offer whilo it is going.
Yours for succoss,
Chirf Pubushino Co.
GENERA! CITY NEWS.
Tiik Cnisr II per year.
Choice millot at Roby's.
Window curtains at Cotting's.
For sale bills call at this oflloe.
Seed 00m! Scodcori! At Roby's.
G t Rife Koon's for seed pota
toes. Two or three good second hand bug
gies for sale.
Butler keeps the Bloomer hog fence.
Dr. Robt. Dameroll wont to Lincoln
the first of tho week.
Mrs Silas Garbor returned Wednes
day from a visit to Iowa.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fearn of
Rivorton on May 8, a girl.
A good ten room houso for rent. In
qnrie at The Chirf office.
Picture mouldings and curtains at
Taylor's, opposite Cotting's.
Read the odor of a free cabinet pho
tograph in another column.
The Kingman combined riding
listor only 130 at Wolfe Bros.'
Millet and cane seed and a full line
of fresh garden seeds at Roby's.
A powder gun tilled with fresh insect
powder for 10 cents, at Cotting's.
Sewing machines at reduced prices,
at Taylor's, opposite Cotting's drug
Cabinet photograph of yourself free.
Read our offer elsewhere in today's
Special low price on white dishes
and white wash bowl aud pitcher, at
C. H. Kaley was in Lincoln a few
days this wook enjoying the sights of
Do not forgot that Taylor has moved
his undertaking to the room opposite
Cotting's drug store.
Go to Butler's for all kinds of harness
and hardware. All goods in both lines
sold at a small margin.
Al Busheo of Grand Island was vis
iting with his brother Charles Busheo
lioru thu foro part of tho wook.
Aruhio Redden of Nelson visited with
friends in this city tho foro part of tho
wook, rotttrning homo Wednesday
"I toll you what the Now Cuba is the
best five cent cigar in town, 'if you
can't got it take a Bluo Front. Both
are of the same stock."
Quite a number of people aro taking
advantage of our photograph offer,
and are coming in and Hubscribiag or
payiag p for the Chief. Are you
on of them?
(or Sals A few bushels of millot
Need, aud also ono short horn bull
a sure breedor and quiet in every wny.
Inquiro of F. E. Wildey, sir miles
south wot of Red Cloud, Neb.
Mother Yes, ono package makes
two quarts of baby medicine. See di
roctions. There is nothing just as good
for babies and children as Rooky
Mountain Tea. 85 cts. C. L. Cotting.
I have buyers forboth farm and pas
ture land. If you havo land for sale
please list it with me at once. No
charge if I do not get you a buyer.
Also farm loans al lowest rate with op
tlon. C. F. CATfiKn, Red Cloud, Neb.
All members of James A. GHrfleld
Post No. 80, G. A.R., nnd membero of
Relief CorpH No. 14, and nil Holders of
tho Spanish-American war will moot nt
G. A. R. hull on Sunday, 2!uy25th,1002
ni w a.m., ana march In a body to the
Baptist church, where services will be
hnM at tft.fm Tlw n.... f.ti V
..- . .vwv. WIUII VAlUUiniTO,
I havo thuMnrgcst
stock of Wtill Paper
in tho city. My
goods and prices
will suit you.
11. E. GRICE
County Court Note.
May 1-Estate of John B. Watt, do
coased. Hearing and order on claiais.
No claims tiled. Report of administra
tion of Frank A. Dickorson filed; also
petition for allowance of account and
discharge All fees paid.
Estato of Wilhelm Magarin deceased.
Hearing on potition tor administration
and ordor appointing August Magarin
administrator under bond of 13,000,
Bond piesontod. and lottera issued.
Jacob Goll and Addison D. Bakor ap
pointed. May 8-Marriod, Oron M. Smith and
Mrs. Mary M. Stone. Wedding taking
place at Holland Houso.
May 4 Married, Lowis D. Reynolds
and Miss Malvinu VanDrko, wedding
taking place nt Fourth Avenue hotel.
Thoy will live at Montrose, Kansas.
May 0 Sutton vs Sutton and Graves.
Continuance grantod to take deposi
May 8 Rotate of Adam R. Cars well,
deceased. Hearing on final reuortof
administratrix. Account allowod and
deoroo of assignment of realty to
widow for life with romaindor to heirs
May 5 Estato of Vinson D. Vaughn,
doceasod. Instrument purporting to
be last will and testament tiled. Poti
tion for probato and letters testamen
tary. Application for appointment of
guardian for minor heirs.
Estato of David C. Whito, deceased.
Hearing on potition for administration
and nppointmont of S. Croxton admin
istrator. Bond of 9500. Appraisers
commission to Jeromo Vance nnd Chas.
Decoration Day Program.
Membore of Jinnee A. Garfield Post
No. 60, G. A. R nnd nil old soldiers of
the war of the '00'a, also tho Woman's
Relief Corps and the soldiers and sailors
of the Spanish-American war nre re
quested to meet at G. A. R. hall at one
o'clock p.m., sharp, on May 80, 1002, to
organize and propare to march to tho
cemetery at 1:30. The following will
be the older in the line of march:
Formed In procession by Maishal
White, preceded by drum corps.
Old Soldiers and Woman's Relief
School children and teachers.
Bnggies, wagons and horsemen, all to
be under orders of marshal and his
On arriving' at the cemeteyy, the school
children will scatter flowers on tho
graves of all comrades, after which linos
will be formed and Relief Corps will
carry ont their usual program. The
Post will perform their cuutomary ser
vices, followed by a ton minutes' talk
in honor of the unknown dead, then
march to the speakers' stand where the
following program will be enacted:
Called to order by Chairman R, B.
Singing, "My Country, 'tis of Thee,"
by tho audience.
Prayer by Rev. Dixon, of tho M. E.
Readiug, Speech of Abraham Lincoln
at Gettysburg, Nov. 10, 180IJ, by F. N.
Address by Governor Savage.
Song by choir.
Benediction by Rev. Meredith, of tho
By order decoration committee.
J. W. Waiiren, Chm.
The following committee has beon
appointed to visit the schools nnd solicit
their attendance and assistance, also to
see members of tho school board and
solicit their co-operation.
Jos. Gahdkr, J-Com.
it. 13. Fulton
We will sell you an
IflSECT POWDER GUjl
filled with frssk insect powdoj for
What more do yon want? We also put
Liquid Bag Destroyer,
at 25c per bottle.
If it fails to do tho work it
COSTS YOU NOTHING !
Try it aud be convinced.
Chas. L. Cotting,
About that spring suit. Of course you read
the clothing advertisements in the newspapers,
and you get in a quandry as to where you will buy
the suit. We want all the patronage we can pos
sibly get. We would like it if we had a cinch on
all the clothing business in Red Cloud, We cer
tainly sell more clothing than any other store in
town, and the only reason we do not sell it all is
because all the buyers do not come to see our
goods and ascertain the real saving in prices.
We are not offering $18.00 suits for $7.50 nor
15.00 suits for $6.00 and we never advertise any
This we do. We sell you a better suit of
clothes for $7.50, $10.00, $12.00 or $15.00 than any
where else for the same price. By comparison you
will find this to be true. The same rate of saving
applies to our boys and children's clothing. You
will find our prices on furnishings much more
reasonable than others. In hats we save you from
50c to $1.00. If you investigate we will add one
more customer to our growing trade.
Gouiden Kaley Glotbing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
Omaha Commercial Club Coming.
Tho following letter was receivod by
this ofllco a fow days ago. It would
undoubtedly be to the advantago of
this city if tho business men wonld ar
rango for their entertainment during
their stay L ere, at least to bring them
from the depot that thoy may see what
kind of a town we are living in. Lot
us show them that there is no more
enterprising city in the stato than ours.
To Editor of Cmibv, Rod Cloud.
Omaha, Nobr., May 6, 1002.
Dkas Sir: This Commercial Club
will run an excursion train of Pullman
cars, leaving Omaha May 13th, and ro-turnlug-on
the night of May 15th noxt.
Tho excursionists will comprise a party
of 75 Omaha business men. The ob
cct of tho trip is to build up trndo re
lations nnd meet the pooplo enroute.
Wo will arrive at your city at G 01 p.m.
and loavo nt G 22 May 14th. The timo
wo can stop is short, but it is impos
sible to remain longer and cover the
Wo will havo with us tho 22 Infantry
band which Sousa pronounced tho best
in tho U.S. army. This regiment loft
V 1. Crook at tho beginning ot tho bpuu
isli war, fought nt San Juan nnd havo
just returned from a long campaign in
1I10 Philippines. Tho hand will givo n
concert while tuo train stops.
J. E, Utt, Scciotary.
Tho Clio Club hnving finished their
studies for tho year and wUhing to
commemorate tho event in a fitting
manner gavo an entertainment to a
small circle of friends at the home of
Mrs. M. A. Albright last Saturday aft
ernoon. Tho ontortaijnont consisted
of a farce comedy in ono act entitled
Tho Bicyclers. Tno cast of characters
being as follows:
Mrs. Porkins-Mrs. W. Hiatt.
Mrs. Bradley Mrs. 1). H. Kaley.
Jonnio, the maid Miss Jessie Kol-
Thaddous Porkins-Mrs. M. A. Al
bright. Edward Bradloy Mrs. II. P. Sowter.
Robt Yurdsley-Mrs. T. E. Penman.
Jack Barlow Miss Schnollor.
The rooms had bcon very tastefully
decorated with orope tiisuo paper,
tho club colors being used which are
pink and green. Tho shados wero
dravn and the rooms woro artificially
lighted. A progressive lunchoon was
sorvod at small tables. A novel moth
od of choosing partners was used. The
picture of a person of noto was put in
tho hollow of one English walnut und
the name in anothor. Tho tables wero
decorated with carnations aud ferns.
Mrs. Alison Lelson and Mrs, A. G,
Stonobraker received the guest.
Eitch club motnbor was allowed tho
privilege of inviting Udy, All
presont report having spent a profit
able and most enjoyable evening.
A Twenty Year
kIn an Old Line Company isj
the best kind ot lite
'The cash value of the polioy at thej
ena 01 ine portoo is aoru than
you have paid.
Fire, Lightning, Tornado anc
Lin the best Old Linn or Mutual!
O. C. Teel, Agt.,!
Rkd Ci.oun, Nkuhaska.
Mrs. Laura. S. Webb,
VlePrtwIdeat Worau't Demo
erstle Club of Nortbcra Ohio.
1 dreaded the change of life which
wu fait approaching. I noticed WIm
f Cariul, and decided to try a bot
tle. I experienced tome relief the
first month, 10 I kept on taking It for
three months end now I menitniate
with no pain and I shall lake it off and
on bow until I have pawed the climax."
Female weakness, disordered
menses, falling of the womb and
ovarian troubles do not wear off.
They follow a woman to the change
of life. Do not wait bat take Wine
of Cardui now and avoid the trou
ble. Wine of Cardui never fails
to benefit a suffering woman of
any ago. Wine of Cardui relieved
Mrs. Webb when sho was in dan
ger. When you come to the change
of life Mrs. Webb's lottcr will
mean more to you than it does
now. But you may now avoid the
suffering she endured. Druggists
sell 1 bottles of Wine of Cardui.
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