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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1902)
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$15,00 Watch for $ 900,
JP $18.00 Watch for $10.50,
$19.00 watch for $12.00,
$22.00 watch for $12.50?
If you do come in while
we still have these bar
cases with a
! Jieiubouse Bros., !
Jowolera and Opticians.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Choice millet at Roby1 .
Window curtains at Cutting's
For sale bills call at this ollice.
Seed corn ! Seed corn ! At Hoby's
Butler keeps the Bloomer hog fenco.
Best on earth.
V. (.5. Black is moved his residonco
ion Cedar street.
Chas. Hodges was up
1). Byrne of Blue Lill was in tho eity
on business Monday.
(. M. Caster of Riverton was in the
city tho fore part of the week.
Two or thrco good second band bug
gies for sale. F. N. Richakuson.
u; v Piimiqtnn and wife of River-
ton were in tho city Wednesday.
Agnes Leonard and mother1 of River-
tou were shopping in tho city Satur
day. Ludlow Bros, have a quantity of fine
brick for sale at their yards north of
F. A. Sweezy of Blue Hill was in the
city attending court the fore part of
Special low prico on white dishes
and whito wash bowl aud pitcher, at
, A. B. Yarter, a cousin of C. W.
Bushoe, arrived in tho city Monday
tor an extended visit.
Capt. C E. Adams of Superior was
shaking band with old friends in this
city the fore part of the week.
Tho wind Sunday morning moved
M. L. Finkonbindor's big barn about
five inches on tho foundation.
C. H. Russell of Lincoln, ex-secretary
of state of Nebraska, was in tho city
renewing old acquaintances the fore
part of tho week.
We are now nicely located in our
now room in tho Potter building,
where we will bo pleased to welcome
nil our old customers as well as lots of
new ones. Tho Fair.
All thoso interested in the cemetery
in Pleasant Hill are u-quested to meet
thero on Tuesday, May 27, at 2 p.m ,
f r tho purpose of repairing fences'
marking lots, etc. C. C. Cox. Sec.
J. W. Jarboo and wife of Lovowell,
' Jewell county, Kansas, who have been
visiting with their son, J. E. Jarboe,
west of town, roturned to their homo
Tuesdnv mornine. Mr. Jarboo has
partly lost his speech and is at present
takiug treatment for it.
css?cri xz T?;gj:
cenc Omr-A rflvnto conversation.
Infill old fool. (!) You will, will you.
!rt I'll learn you to go and buy a lot ol
VoiiKPtJ O. Huti.ku'8 prices on 111 si
class goods of tho sumo kind. (!!) Iiiki
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GENERAl CITY NEWS.
Red and whlto Kutllr corn at Iloby'4
If you want job work of ouy kind
call aud seo us.
S. W. Christy of Edgar was in the
Wanted To buy a good work team.
Inquire at this ollico.
S. C. Brady of Hastings was a Red
Cloud visitor Monday.
Revenue Collector R. Q. Stewart was
in the city Wednesday.
Road tho offer of a freo cabinet pho
tograph in anothor column.
Summer dress goods, laces and em
broideries. F. Newhonse.
Something now in fire-proof baking
dishes, cheap, at Tho Fair.
0. W. and M. E. Fairfield of Guido
Rock woro in the city Monday.
A now lino of laces and embroideries
just received. Prices right. F. New
house. Chas. Busheo was transacting busi
ness in Guide Rock Tuesday and Wed
nesday. Go to Butler's for all kinds of harness
and hardware. All goods in both lines
sold at a small margin.
Rev. Geo. W. Hummel of Bluo Hill
was in the city Tuesday and whilo hero
made this ollico a pleasant call.
Mrs. J. W. Walker and son of Burr
Oak, Kan., wero purchasing goods of
tho merchants of this city Saturday.
Thos. Topham and wifo, from near
Guido Rock, visited with relatives in
and near Red Cloud Saturday and Sun
Thos. A. Wilburn and wife of Lincoln
are visiting in tho city, tho guests of
Mr. Wilburn's cousin, Thomas A. Wil
burn. Ralph Foe is again at worn aj toleg
rnpher at the depot in this city, having
returned from McCook last Friday
Miss Killers of Culberson arrivod (in
tho city Wednesday morning for a
visit with her grandparents, J. O.
Lindley aud wife.
F. A. Kuehn, who recently purchased
tho Charles Potter property, lately oc
cupied by John Polnicky, has taken
possession and moved in Tuesday.
Don't waste your money on worth
less imitation of Rocky Mountain Tea.
Get the genuine, mado only by tho
Madison Medicine Co. A great family
remedy. 35 cts. C L. Cotting.
Attention Farmers: Have you
soen those bard wear hand-made har
ness at Butler's. He will sell you one
for WO, no not $30, but 826; nor will he
tako 126, but 823; no bring your team
and be will fit them on your horses for
Tom Hackett, aged 35, living about a
mile and a half north of Riverton with
his mother and brothers, committed
suicide by hanging last Thursday night
ocearly.Fridaymorning. Mr. Hackett
was subject to tits of insanity, and dur
ing one of these spells, about ten years
ago, he shot and killed his father while
at the supper table. Care bad since
been taken to prevent his getting hold
of firearms, but no one had suspicioned
that he would take his own life. The
family is well known and highly re
respected in tho neighborhood of Riv
erton. At tho meeting of tho Blue lodgo of
tho Masonic order in this city last
Fridny evening tho following oflicers
wero elected: John W. Tulloys, wor
shipful mastci; L. II. Hlackledgc, sen
ior warden; S. W. Foe, junior warden;
William Parke?, treasurer; Henry Cook,
secretary. They also did some work
in tho third degree. Mr. Robert E.
French of Kearney, grind custodian of
tho Masonic lodges of tho state, was
present and was to have delivered an
address, but was taken suddenly ill
and was unable to remain through tho
evening. There were nlso present
many visitors from neighboring lodges
of this stato and Kansas. After the
lodgo meeting all repaired to the Bon
Ton cafe, where a sumptuous banquet
Next Tuesday and Thursday even
ings at the opera house will occur tho
thirteeuth annual commencement of
the Red Cloud high school. This year
the class is smaller than usual, it being
but teu in number, as follows: Dean S.
Smith, Ansil B. Crabill, Mary Peter
son, Clara Martindale, Bonnie A.
Bniigh, Bertha B. Potter, Graco Kol
logg, George HelTolbower and Darley
G. Plumb. Tho class colors aro scar
let and gold and tho motto is; "In
essentials unity, in non-essentials lib
orty, in all things charity.' Tho class
proginm, which will consist of a play
in three nets entitled "History of Red
Cloud," will bo given Tuesday even,
ing and.tho cast of characters i made
up entirely from the class. Tho regu
lar graduating exercises will bo given
on Thursday eveoing. A very good
program has been arranged, consisting
of instrumental nusic, vocal music by
Miss Joannette Dysart, and tin address
by Dr. F. H. Sanderson. Rev. Dixon
will deliver the baccalaureate sermon
Sunday evoning at 8 o'clock, at tho
County Clerk Gather and family
spent Sunday in Guide R-ck.
A. D. McNeer of Blue Hill was trans
acting business in this city Monday.
Clans Siovcss, tho popular butcher
of Bloomington, was in the city last
Doll and Fred Turnuro went to Oma
ha Sunday to attend to some business
Jack Vcgg is the proud possessor of
a baby girl which arrived at his placo
last Sunday morning.
C. E. Fearn wont to Guido Rock
Wednesday to purchase poultry for
Sam Dyer of this city.
Minor Bros, aro dismantling tho
building they have been using as a
warehouse and work room.
Mrs. Graco Wilos cauio down from
Orleans Saturday for a visit with par
ents and frlonds ic this city.
H'rry Bngels who has boon em
ployed as a watchmaker at Fairbury is
visiting with h'.s parents north of this
Mrs. Tony Clark came down from
Oxford last Tuesday morning to attond
to some business matters bore and for
a visit with relatives in this vicinity.
Grand Custodian Robert E. French
is expected to bo present at tho meet
ing of the Masonic lodgo this evening.
Thero will be work in tho third degroo.
William Perry, Jr., son of the popu
lar bricklayer of this city, loft Sunday
morning for Indiana, whoro ho has
secured a position in a tin plato fac
tory. A novel feeling of leaping, bounding
impulses goes through your body.cA'ou
feel young, act young and aro young
nftei takiug Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
cents. C. L. Colling
Mrs. W. F. Wcthprford of Winches
ter, Kan., sister of Rev. T. A. Mere
dith, arrived in this city last Friday
night for a short visit, bringing with
her Mr. Meredith's little sou.
Mrs. Noblo Saiiford and daughter,
Mrs. Carrie Campbell, of Axtoll, Neb ,
formerly of this city, aro visiting with
relatives aud friouds in this vicinity.
They arrived hero last Saturday.
Rev. Dixon, pastor of tho Methodist
church, is seemingly happier than
usual this weok, he being tho papa of
a bouncing baby boy which arrived at
the parsonage last Saturday morning.
Jacob Nustein this week packed his
household goods preparatory to ship
ping them to St. Joe, where he expects
to move bis family in a short time.
Mr. Nustein will however conduct his
cigar business in this city the same as
Park Perry expects to leave for Now
Whatcom, Wash., in about ten days
Ho expects to make that city his future
home. Park's smiling countenance will
be missed by his many friends, but all
will unite in wishing him suocoaa in his
Some miscreant salted the Bloom
ington iceman's supply of Ice, mining
practically all of it and now he is look
ing for the individual with a club.
Twenty-five dollars reward is offered
for the apprehension of tho party who
did the deed.
William Burdick, living east of this
city, feels, so inflated lately that he be
lieves he will havo to leavo this coun
try and, sottlo where tho population is
less dense, all because of the arrival of
a Impound baby boy at his house on
Thursday of last week.
Mrs. Harry Goblo is in tho city vis
iting relatives and friends. After the
"shake-out" at McCook a few weeks
ago Harry left the 11. & M. and wont
to Puoblo, Col., whoro he secured a
good position with tho D. & R. G., his
run being between Pueblo aud Salidn.
H. H. Wilson of Lincoln, a candidate
for tho nomination for governor, was
in the city Saturday. Mr. Wilson has
a number of strong and influential
friends who seem contidenttbathe will
bo tho nominee. From what wo can
learn ho is free from any Bartloy taint,
is a man of good character and a high
oruer oi ousiness anility, lias never
been in politics and is not connected
with any riugs or machines.
Mr. T. C. Hacker and brido returned
last Sunday morning from thoir trip to
San Francisco aud tho Pacilic coast,
where they had boon on their wedding
tour. Wo are informed that in our
previous mention of tho wedding wo
misstated tho bride's name. She was
a Mrs. Filora Buchenati of Nemaha
City, Neb., whore sho has resided for a
number of years and is very highly re
spected. Sho had been visiting with n
daughter in Idnho, and from thoro sho
went to Ogdeu, Ufah, where sho was
mot by Mr. Hacker and they were
murriod. They then proceeded on thoir
trip to tho coast. They will reside in
tho property recently purchased by
Mr. Hacker on the coiner of Sowatd
street and Ninth avenue, which had
been prepared for their occupancy.
The Chief, along with their many
friends, extends congratulations and
wishes them only tho j ys and sweets
of a long and happy future.
Why experiment with a) nfl ' Ll
f paint that is "just as good" ( cJ
j when you can get the old f?5) yW
reliable Heath & MilliganI V-. ATn jL
rthat has stood the test for) r &3wdl " IjIrjPm
half a century? I have a C ySPlVJnruw
PURELY LOCAL. U H fl JR
Miss Gertrudo Kaloy visited In Ina
Tho Chikk and Chicago Inter Ocean
one year for Liw
Picturo mouldings and curtains at
Taylor's, opposite Cotting'a.
Dwight Jones of Guido Rock was a
Rod Cloud visitor Saturday.
John L'olntclcy moved into bis now
house on Cedar street last Monday.
Miss Frances Harmon and Miss Boss
Barber spent Sunday iu Guide Rock.
Miss Cora Kinsol closed a successful
term of school in district 10 last Fri
day. Sowing machines at rcducod prices,
at Taylor's, opposite Cotting's drug
Do not forgot that Taylor has moved
his undertaking to tho room opposito
Cotting's drug storo.
For Sale Shorthorn bull; a suro
brocder; quiet in evory way. F. K
Wildey, six miles southwest of Red
Tho 11th and 12th grades of tic Red
Cloud high school attended the gradu
ating exercises at Guido Rock last Fri
John Hansen and wifo departed
Monday morning for Tnpuka, Kan.,
whom they go to visit with relatives
They oxpeel to bo gone for some time.
Miss Myra Gritieth was quite sick at
her homo last Friday but wo aro
pleased to say has fully recovered and
is again attending her duties as cashier
in Turnuro Bros, store.
Walter Cox and wifo arrived in the
city Wednesday from McCook, and will
make this place their futuro homo.
Mr. Cox will in tho future have chargo
of tho B. & M. yards at this place.
James Moranvillo and wifo of McCook
came to this city for a visit with rela
tives. James is assistant hostler for
tho B. & it. at that placo and, judging
by his looks, seems to be prospering.
Mother Yes, one packago makes
two quarts of baby medicine. Seo di
rections. Thero is nothing just as good
for babies and children as Rocky
Mountain Tea. 35 cts. C. L. Cotting.
Mrs. Lulu Mathews, who has just ro
turned from the largest hair dressing
establishment i.pf Lincoln, will bo
pleased to meet all ladies, who desire
a shampoo or an elegant 'coiffure, at
tno Cochrano house.
All parties owning lots in the Red
Cloud comete'ry are requested to clean
up the same by the evening of May 28,
as tho remotery board desires to cloan
up the driveways on May 29, for Doc-
oration day. By order of tho ceme
Duringtbo high wind last Saturday
night the copper telephone wire be
tween Cowles and Bluo Hill was broken
and squid miscreant took it upon him
self to carry away about fifty feet of it.
Ho had better keep himself shady, as
tho telephone company is watching for
Harry Dickey, the eleven-year-old
son of D. A. Dickey, mot with quite a
painful accident last Saturday by being
thrown from a horse. Ho and some
other boys woro running races and his
horse became unmanageable. His right
arm was dislocated aud fractured near
tho elbow joint and ho was also consid
erably bruised up.
After the Haio
is a good time to
paint. It is cheaper
to paint now than to
wait till next year for
it won't take so much
paint. Our "Abso
lutely Pure Mixed
Paint" has stood the
test in this climate for
years and is the most
durable mixed paint
in the market. We
have also white lead,
Patten's sun proof
lead, cold weather
paint, barn paint, etc.
Chas. L. Cotting,
cooler to wear it than go without.
All sizes for all shaped customers.
It's the kind that fits without having to turn up
the sleeves and legs.
We can hear the short, fat and long, lean
fellow say: "We've been waiting for you." We
return the compliment with the underwear. All
kinds and colors.
25c to $1.50.
Best line of Union Underwear you ever saw.
ComdeD Haley Clothing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
I J. lie w ujj.u.ej.
I Ice Cream
wll freeKO the nicest
smoothest ice cream in
five minutes. It has been
tiod and tested and will
do te work to perfec
tion. Coruo in and wo
will show you why this
You can't allord to spend good
monoy for any freezer than
tho "Wonder." It is tho latest
improved freezer in tho mar
Among other cooling articles wo
havo a full line of
Triumph White Enamel
Monarch Gasoline Stoves,
Buggy Lap Robes,
Horse Fly Nets,
and one of tho handsomest
that wo have ever carried.
We can interest you in
We save you money.
We have underwear so
comfortable that it's
Most Complete Line
of MEN'S PANTS
You Ever Saw!
Berkshire Line !
12c for every suspender button.'
60c for every waistband.
A new pair for every other rip.
A Twenty Yearj
'In an Old Line Company is;
the best kind of life
'The cash value of tho policy at theJ
enu 01 tno perioa is more than
you have paid.
,Fire, Lightning, Tornado andt
,In the best Old Lino or Mutual'
!A Rare Opportunity
tfor Wall Paper
We offer our.entirei
stock of wall paperj at
greatly reduced prices.1
Every pattern new,i
fresh from the mill and
the prices the lowest
ever offered in Redj
Albright - Bros.,i
Red Cloud, Neb.
COMB AND SEE US.
"I tull you what tho Wow Cuba is tho
best live cent cigar in town. If you
can't got it take a Bluo Front. Doth
are of tho same stock,"
0. C. Teel, AgtJ
IlKi Cr.oun, Nkiihaska.
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