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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1902)
14e present values you
canndt afford to miss.
Our annual June clearing sale is proving attractive to
the buying public. Several of the lines of goods
offered last week have been sold out.
This week we add
National Hiscti't Company. freMi ginger snaps, per pound
Choice- Japan Kico
(iallon cnn pio fruit, peeled poaches or apricots
Special otter on raisius
Cleannd currants in packages, per puekago
Libby -oiipx, per can
1 pound can oj Baked Ht-itti-J with tomaio .sauce
CALIFORNIA CANNED GOODS !
Apricots, 2(V grid.) rodui .'d to
IV-icois, -Oi- ij. i'ti- reduced to
I'nilii", -Of gride Ji-duced to
lVaclie-, 'J.")c grade, induced to
Another - Wash - Goods
fiOO yards 12 and 15c Wash (!oods reduced to gc
r00 yards 8c, 9c, and 10c wash goods and ginghams reduced to c
1000 yds Uioghauis. Lawns, Swisses, Dimities, Batistes reduced to 14c
!200 yards yard wide porcalo remnants gc
A Splendid Value.
Anothe2 lot of Ladies shoes, complete lino of sizes, now shapes 0 f Q
$1.50 shoes induced to
We have just received a new lot of
And to move them in a hurry we will sell them
very cheap. Get out prices before buying.
Butter and Eggs taken in exchange.
Cash paid for Poultry and Hides.
RII3E Ste KOON.
& GROCERIES AND MEAT AARKEG.
Yhe Chief, $1.00 a
Year in Advance.
RED CLOUD, NEKKASKA. Jl'XK Ut, 1902,
L C. Keith drove over to Campbell
t,ho first of tho week.
Mr. Dreschor of Chicago is tho guest
of his brother William.
L K. Spence sold a piano to Clarenco
May the tirst of tho week.
K. Kit, of lied Cloud was in this
vicinity tho first of tho woek.
Mr. Uoodoll's mother and nieco of
Western arc visiting in this city.
V S Hall and family tlrovo tip to
Hastings the latter part of last wook
C. E. Hicks was mowing weeds and
hanging onto tho plow handles ono day
Damn Kumor siys that Mr. Palm
qtiist of Lincoln sold a now piano to
John Crum was initiated into tho
mysturii'S of thu Workman lodge Mon
A Mr. Coaster of Johnson, this sta'e,
was in this city. He was looking at
somu real estate north of town.
Mr. N. Hartlett anil daughter left
the fust of tho week for Ktireka
Spiings, Ark., in search of health.
Chailes Spenco and C. K Hicks went
to HasMiigs Tuesday to attend tho re
publican congressional convention.
Prof. l)rcbai-h is now known ns
"Fainu'i" Diexbaeh and is plowing
com on his faun, which adjoins tho
Floral dav was obsorvod by tho A.
O U. W.and D. of 11. lodges of M-is
place Sunday. Hev Priestly delivered
a very interesting address, after which
they drove to Plainviow cemetery and
strow Mowers on tho graves of tho de
ceased members of tho order.
Mrs. Putnam is on tho sick list this
The Cowles hall toani plays ball in
Illation tiio l'.Hh.
T. Foe made a business trip to Hluo
I Iill last Thur-day.
(ieo. Han is is shaking hands with
fiieiids in Cowles this week.
Flank Cowden and Davo Kilev weic
in Cowles on business Wednesday.
Li's Chancy went to Superior last
Sunday to .spend a few hours with his
brother and family.
Miss Georgia Scott, who has been at
tending .school in Lincoln, icttirncd
homo last Monday.
Prof. Albert Thompson's new house
is almost ready to plaster. Ho thinks
ho can move in about July 1.
Jay CraiTord camo down from Hast
ings last Friday to spond Sunday wiili
homo folks, rdturning Monday.
Homer Thomas camo homo to attend
tho wedding of his brother EJmor. Ho
goes fro 5 hero to Iowa to work at his
Tho Cowlos ball team is now organ
ized and played their first game last
Fr.day with Hluo Hill at Cowles. The
score stood 13 to 3 in favor of Cowles
with an umpiro from Hastings who
said afterwards that ho helped itco Blue
Hill boys inaKo two ol tuoir runs. Tho
Cowlos boysnro nil good si.o and good
Players. Chas. Honnott pitched an ex
tra gook gamo for tho first of tho sea
son. CROOKED CREEK.
Fine corn weather this wook.
. J. Myers wa in these parts Mon
day. Mr. Tomum t, Sr , has a line patch of
rape on his farm.
Mr. Pierce, has cut his rye -ind is
stacking it for haj.
Dr. Cook was out Sunday looking
af or crops on land ho is agent for.
John Abbey is over south in Kansas
working the corn on his father's farm.
The heavy rain last week caught a
great deal of alfalfa cut anil not
Mr. Hrush, Mr. F.ssig and Mr. Mar
tin went to Hladen Monday to buy corn
J. K. Jar boo is having his alfalfa cut
and stacked. Mr. Abbey is doing tho
Tho Truman girls, who have boon
visiting with Mrs. Kit Dickson, left for
J. It. Morse's daughter returned
homo Friday from Axtoll, Kan , whoro
she has been teaching.
W, 11. Thomas, Win Kneels and
Oliver Hedge made a trip to Hluo Hill
Monday to appraise some laud where a
now road is being laid out.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
I'iiW Laxative llronio Quiuino Tablets.
All druggists refund mo money if It
fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c,
Items ol Interest as
Reported bv Chief
Reporters at Several
Mrs. Thomas Tarman is real sick.
Mrs. Harcus is quito poorly with
Tuesday was a very hot day and hutd
on tho wheat fields.
Colvin &. Harcus can now furnish
plenty of short time money
Mr. Dillon's barn is completed and
bo is tilling it with alfalfa hay.
We have ono happy man in our town.
His came is Uncle John Kindscher.
Ora (iny went over near tho Kansas
lino visiting her sister Mrs. C. Ogilvio.
Henry liayles is making quite a nice
porch in front and on tho south side of
Mycr Kecd wns in from Knnsas yes
terday doing business with Colvin &
Harcus the real estate men.
It. S. Proudtit is back in Guide Kock
shaking hands with his old friends and
looking after his many business inter
ests. Yesterday while the thermometer
was registering 101 Harvey Horn had
tho misfortune to lose the last hog ho
had by tho heat.
farmers are seen daily hauling in
their old crop of wheal to make loom
for their now crop. M. A. Horn has a
carload held over.
Last lcports hay that Mr. Osborn
Ayors who is at Lincoln for treatment
is now improving. Wo hope Mr. Ayors
will soon bo able to come homo.
Guy & Garrison just icciived a car
load o! biudcts .mil today they have
four men selling up machines, l'hey
aro wideawake and full of business.
Quito a lot of lumber is being hauled
out to build new granaries in tho coun
try. Fnnner.s are aiming to store their
wheat until they get leaiiy to sell. We
iiko to see tilings in this shape. It
lasts longer and does not all go in at
The supper given last night by the
ladies of the I O O. I'.for the benelli
of tho visiting members from Ked
Cloud was a giantl success and we
noticed quiio a ciowd was at the sup
per front Ked Cloud Among olhet-.
was K. M. Gather, county clork.
The Indian lady. Miss Thieeliimt I-.
wholeetuied hen- Mundny nighl made
quite an impi ession on the young folks.
also on some ot the older ones or oui
town. She is quite a uicosponkoi and
said lots of funny things. She is said
to bo a full blood Indian.
Mrs. David Hatight living northeast
of Guide Kock died yesterday. Mr.
and Mrs. Hatight formerly lived in
Missouri near larkio. Mrs. llaughl
was buried in Guide Kock Wednesday
She leaves many friends in Heaver
Creek township and surroudding couu
try. She is Chris and Jos Haught's
Plenty of rain and everything looks
tine around here.
Somo ot tho farmers aro getting un
easy about the weeds.
John Carpenter of Wisconsin is vis
iting for a few days with relatives in
Our Children's day exorcisos will bo
hold at the church next Sunday even
ing. Everybody invited.
W. A. Myers is back from Norton,
where lie has been under the doctor's
care for sciatic iheumatism.
Kev. Cotulner deli vet ed another
able sermon at the church Sunday, but
will not bo heio again for two weeks.
Verno Smith and wife of Nebraska
City camo over last Sunday tor a few
days' with their father and mother.
Tlio young people ot our neighbor
hood met at htl Carper's Wednesday
night to practice for Children's day ix
erases1. John and Oto Fra.icr and John
lieardsleo made a tiip lo Smith Center
last Saturday. Thoy report wheat Iook
ing good up that way.
There was a gathering at Mr. Wil
son's Saturday evening ai wnicn
dancing was tho principal attraction.
A general good time wis had by all
Gust and Henry Nyborg and Arthur
Hartman were down lo Salem Satur
day night, Arthur to tako the second
degree in Odd Fellowship, and Gust
ami Henry to look on.
Tho ball gamo hero last Saturday be
tweon Cora and our bos terminated
in a score of 0 to a in favor of Cora.
This makes even games and next Sat
urday will tell who wins.
James trailer, who left hero this
spring, has puroiiasotf a quarter i-eo-lion
of laud near Palco, Kan., and from
the lono of his lotters seems to bo well
pleased with his new homo.
Of the entire jewelry stock of
THOS. E. PENMAN,
BON TON BUlliDlNG. liflaio St.
in order to reise $5,000 within a very limited time I will
offer my entire stock of
Sterling Silver Novelties,
1847 Eogers Bros. Knives, Forks,
A t Public
AT 2:30 P. M.
Two sales each day at 2:0 and 7:30 p.m. until the desired
amount is raised.
Everything to go at
Your Own Price.
Chairs will be provided for the convenience
Owing to the lack of space
stock has been moved to
ROOM FOR ALL. EVERYBODY COME.
Jeweler, Red Cloud, Neb.
Sinclair & Gabriel, Auctioneers.
Wheat and ryo is maturing fast and
will soon do tohaivcht.
Tho big law suit last Saturday was
something new for this pait of the
Pnwncu Jack Hi own of Hurr Oak
was up on a visit this week to his old
homo near JtuUon
Of tho very old men at tho funeral
Sunday wo noticed .Mr. Crabb of near
Cora and Air. Ingrow.
V. H. Kosoncrans has 100 head of
hogs, several acres of alfalfa, and is
putting up a now wind mill.
Mr. W'heatloy, from near Womor,
was buried in the Alt. Hope cemetery
last Sundav. Ho died very suddenly
on Thursday of heart troublo. Ho was
an old soldier and a Woodman and was
buried undor tho solemn ritos of tho
last named older. The funeral ser
vices wero conducted from tho Union
church, Ktder Slater of Smith Center,
an Advontist, conducting tho servico
Tho procossion from tho church to tho
cemetery consisted of about ono hun
dred buggies and carriages, and there
were several more at tho cemotery.
Ho belonged lo the Smith Conter Post
and wo noticed several Smith Contor
ltcs present. Kev Slater and a num.
ot his comrades wero there, Several
of the Ked Cloud Post had a Hag to
plant on his grave, also a Smith Center
man, and they planted the two togetn-i
NUMBER 2 i
in my new store the entire
the ole bon Ion building.
or. Old .soldiers who are living out of
a Post can infer from that when tho
last tribute of resnecl it paid that ho is
remembered by ail, and you all should
bo a member.
John Crabb was at the funoral.
Miss Hollo Hall is cashier and book
keeper at the Alathes store.
Plenty of rain, everything all O. K.
and woods trying to outgrow tho corn.
Mrs. Kobb of Shawnee, Oklahoma,
attended tho funornl of J. J, Whoatley.
Walt Williams was thrown from his
pony and his collar bono brokon, but
takes more than onn hmlmn !.. in
lay Walt up.
Children's day oxercises woro a oran.l
success. Tho hall was filled with peo
ple and everything wont off Ono. Tho
music was splendid.
Mrs. Ed Mathes and Elfa Clark aro
in Washington enjoying a vacation and
visiting rolatives and frionds they have
not soon for yars.
Quite a delegation of Womorltcs
wero at tho Children's day picnio on
Walnut creek at No. 3 Sunday. Thoy
ropnrt a good time.
Another of tho old settlors has passed
away. J. J. Whoatloy, who was
well known in both Smith and Webster
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