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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 13, 1902)
1 For anything
You May Need
I supplies call on
1 Jlewhouse - Bros., f
We sell honest
1 goods at honest
save you the
No. 2 homo grown corn (or (oed at
Donald McCallumof Guido Hock was
on our atrcets Thursday.
W. R. Knap of llladen was transact
ing business in this city Thursday.
Mel Tingluy ot Wichita, Kau., was
in the city (or a short time Thursday.
Miss Jessie Kellogg was visiting with
friends in and near Kiverton the first
of the week.
F. W. Dutton of Lebanon, Kan., vis
ited at the homo of K. H. binith the
first of tlie week.
V. U. Uoby purchased some line
home grown standard No. 'J corn the
first of this week.
Mrs. W. T. Mohi'LV leaves Saturday
moruing for the western pan of ihu
state for a visit with relatives.
S.J. and W. L. Potter of Nelson
l were looking at land in this vicinity
the Urst of the week with tho view of
Miss I'earl Albaugh of Shawnee.
Okla., is visiting with D. J. Myers and
family. Miss Albaugh is a cousin of
Miss Edith Anderson, who has been
visiting with her cousins, the liadels
iu this city, returned to her homo in
Princeton, 111., Tuesday.
W. H. Burkett of Lincoln, president
of the Nebraska UuilUiug and lioau
Association, was looking after business
matters in this city Wednesday.
Fred Lutz. one of Hed Cloud's pio
neer boys, who is at present located at
Kansas City, was visiting with his
.sister, Mrs. Geo. tlouister tuts week-
You've got to hustle all the time to
keep in tho swim. If you are slipping
-down the ladder of prosperity, take
Kocky Mountain Tea. Makes people
strenuous. u. i. lotting.
Isaac N. Fountain, of Upland, Nob.,
has purchased tho property formerly
occupied ny Air, urausnaw ano snu
ated just west of the city. Mr. Fonn-
tain will move his family lure as soon
Geo. and Fred Kummer, sons of 11.
H. Kummer, left Tuesday for Silver
Creek whore they will visit for a short
time and then go to Columbus to spend
tlie balance of their summer vacation
with relatives and friends.
Wo understand that (J. V. Arga
bright expects to move his studio into
the Potter building. He will have the
part of tho second floor which is at
present unoccupied. Tho work of tit
ting up the rooms was begun tho first
of the week.
v W. 11. Kcssel of Quincy, III., was in
this vicinity the first of tho week look
iiiK for land with tho view of locating
here. Wo did not learn whether lie
found such laud as ho was after, but
believe that ho must bo satisfied with
tho showing which this county makes
tit this time, as ho spoko very favor
ably of tho country.
Smknk One A I'tlvnte coiivermtlon.
You old fool. (!) You will, will you.
("i I'd, learn you to go and buy a lot of
elieaCx'innes and llardwaro before
vnug. J-O. HfTLKit's prices on first
i-liis goods of the same kind. (!!) Tako
that, (!!!) and that, (III!) and that. Now
viu !d chump will you louusomo.
GENERAI CITY NEWS.
Iaae SliopmWun of Riverton was in
the city Tuesday.
Harry Shank of Nelson was a R A
Cloud visitor Tuesday.
Head the offer of a free cabinet pho
tograph in another column.
Summer dress goods, laces and em
broideries. F. Newhonso.
M. K. Fairfield of Guido Hock trans
acted business iu this city Wednesday.
Ludlow Hros have a quantity of fine
brick for sale at their yards north of
Mrs. J. W. Kiusol left Monday for a
visit with her son, Homer, iu Okla
aoma. A.iss Mabel Jordan cumo down from
McCook Tuesday to bo present at tho
It V Shcohordson nnil.lnlm U'iukntrnm
of Kiverton wore in tho city on business
ML'uuusuay oi mis weeK.
Low rato to Lincoln, one faro for tho
round trip via Uiirlington route, Juno
17 and 18, republican state convention
Alfrilll llnfn ntwl tvtf.i nf fifittln 1f.ir.ls
were transacting business iu this city
yuuuusuh. iur. norn mauo iuis omco
a pleasant call.
Mlda I'.tlirl Vinf nrn.ui .t..a.n fi. f.i.
Cook to bo proiont at tho Conovor-
..mi. weuuiDg ana was mo guesi or
Mrs. George lladoll.
Miss Ethel Cummiugs loft for Beat
rice Wednesday mnrninir whnrit hn
will visit with her sister the greater
part ot tno summer.
Mrs. Louise Moyers (formerly Miss
Louise Moore), of Denver is visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cowden and
other friends this weok.
Low rate to Grand Island, ono faro
for tho round trip, via Burlington
Houte, Juno 2.'! and '24, democratic and
populist stato convention.
Misses Nannie and Lilly Truman,
who have been visiting with their sis
ter, Mrs. Ed Dickson, returned to their
homo iu Fairlield, Neb., Wednesday.
Win. McCallum returned tho first of
the week from a trip to Trinidad and
other Colorado points. Ho likes tho
country and may return there to live.
N. J. Ludi, ex-editor of tho Harlan
County Democrat passed tluougii this
city I ueaday on Ins way to ahoo,
Neb., where he has purchased a print
Mis. Robert Damcrell and Mary
Damerell left for Illinois Wednesday
morning for a visit with relatives and
frieuds. They expect to bo gone nearly
Toll us why a druggist offers you a
substitute tor tno Mudisou Medicine
Co.'a Rocky Mountain Tea. Does ho
love you or is he after tho bigger
profit? C. L. Cottiug.
John Polnicky returned from a trip
to Omaha lust Friday evening, where
he bad been in attendance at a meeting
of the State Liquor Dealers' Associa
tion which mettnere lust woek.
There will bo special services at tho
Baptist church next Sunday morning,
and in tho oveniug Rev. C. W. Urinated
of Omaha will preach. All invited to
attend these services. T. F. Sciilossek,
After June 20 my days at Cowles
will bo Mondays, Tuesdays and Wed
nesdays, in tho Turner building, and
Hed Cloud Thursdays, Friday's and
Saturdays, ovor Dr. Reed's former of
fice. E. A. Thomas, Dentist.
H. L. Ross of Noaly, Neb., a brother
of our own Elmer Ross, visited with
Elmer and family this week. Ho goes
from here to Chicago and from thero
to tho stato of Washington, whero he
will make his homo in the future.
Floyd Fuller, formorly of this city
has purchased a meat market in Lex
ington, Dawson ouuty, Nebraska, and
will move to that place with his family
na arum nj lumdHili Klnnl aminka In
glowing terms ot tlie crop prospects ot
W. N. Richardson was taken quite
sick while in attendance at tho conven
tion iu Hastings. The doctor stated
that he narrowly missed a stroke of
paralysis. Wo are glad to see that ho
is able to bo up and around though ho
says his head still feels sure.
Services at tho Methodist Epieop I
chin oh: Preaching at 11 o'clock a.m.
and 8 p.m. by the pastor, Rev. M. P.
Dixon; Sunday school, 10 o'clock, L. P.
Albright, superintendent; Junior Ep
worth League, '.I o'clock, Mrs. Brunei',
superintendent; Ep worth League, 7
o'clock, Mrs. Mitchell, president
Married, at tlie homo of the bride's
mother. Miss Blanche Conover to Mr.
uoy aim oi tticoooK, luursuuy even
ing, by tho Rev. Dixon of the M. E.
church of this city. Only tho iminedi
ate relatives of the young people wore
present. They left on tho evening
train for their future homo in McCook.
A number of their friends were at the
depot to shower them with rico and
bid them Godspeed on their journey
Mr. Zint hits n position with iho B. &
M. Railroad company at McCook and
is well liked by his superiors and fel
low employes. Mrs. Zint is a talented
and refined vomur Indv mul n fm-oiii..
among her many acquaintances in this
chj. mui muir joys oo mauy and
their sorrows few.
Postmaster Hacker has rccoived tho
following from tho postofllco depart
ment rolativo to the establishment of
rural free dolivory in Had Cloud:
"Washington, D. C, June 2. Post
master, Red Cloud, Nob. : Sir: 1 ac
knowledge recipt of your letter of May
23, urging investigation of proposed
rural free delivery service from your
otlico. Iu reply joti are advised that
tho department is using every endeavor
to expedite the investigation of npplj.
cations for rural free delivery, but
owing to the great number on liie
there must necessarily bo some doltty
iu t aking th m up. Tho proposed
service from Red Cloud will, however,
receive consideration at tho earliest
practicable moment. Very respectfully,
A. W. Machen, General Superintendent."
Robert Harris was iu the city Satur
day on business.
County Attorney Overman was in
Lincoln last Satuiday.
Miss Buelah Hall returned to the
city Weduesday morning.
Mrs, 11. A. Howard returned from
Guide Hock Saturday evening.
1). B. Spanoglu was in McCook on
business tho latter part of last week.
F. V. Taylor, undertaker and em
balmor, opposite Cotting's drug store.
C. W. Kaloy attended tho congres
sional convention in Hastings Tues
day. M, M. Stern and wife and Mrs, A
Conovor returned from Omaha last
Mrs. James Morauvilio of McCook
visited with relatives and frieuds iu tho
city this week.
Ed Bohnnati of Lincoln visited at tho
homeot E. B. Smith, north of this city,
the first of tho weok.
John Gigcr of Guide Hock .was iu tho
city last Saturday. Ho reports crops
lu that vicinity in a very excellent con
dition. Mrs. Marvin S. Marsh arrived Mon
day from Grand Islaud for a visit with
Mrs. Frank Smolser uud other relatives
E. E. Ladd of Inavalo took tho train
nt this pluce Monday, bound for the
congressional convention, which met
ut Hastings Tuesday.
Miss Helen Johnson, who was visit
ing with friends in this city tho lattoj
part of lust week, returned to her
notuo in Superior Monday morning.
Dr. Weirich or Dr. Riddllo of Hast
ings will moot eye and ear patients,
aud those needing glasses fitted, iu Red
Cloud, Friday, Juno 20, ut Dr. Croigh
Wise is tho girl whoso souse of self
interest prompts her to tako Rocky
Mountain Tea. It tills her full of vigor
uud there is always honey iu her heart
for you. C. L. Cottiug.
A. R. Reynolds, who is now located
in Butdeti, came dowii Saturday and
left Monday morning tor Bladen with
ins Household goods. Mrs. Reynold
aud tlie cnildreii lett heru on the noon
Those of our citizens who tiro given
to early rising witnessed a sight .seldom
seen in this dry ciimalo last Sunday
morning- A dense fog enveloped tliu
city aud every biadu oi grass was cov
ered wtih dew.
Charley Graves who has boon work
ing at McCook for some timo was visit
ing with relatives uud friends in this
city this week. Charley stales that he
is no longer with tho B. & M., but will
in the future devote his energies to
tho carpenter trade.
Lust Sunday was ono of tho most
pleasant days one could imagine. Ev
ery one who could procure a convey
ance of any description took advauiako
of the balmy weatner and drove to the
country; those less tortuuato took long
walks tuto the country.
Wm. Winters of Bancroft, la., visited
with the Miner brothers and other
frieuds in litis city tho first of tho
week. Mr. Wintois is a veteran of the
civil war and, though over 80 yea&rs ot
age, is still bule aud hearty. He was
well ucquintod with the Minors when
they wore boys.
The old south well at th'o city water
works was drained Saturday, prepara
tory to a thorough cleaning and over
hauling. There scorns to be a moro
plentiful supply of good water this
summer than in recent years, and it is
to be hoped it will not become neces
sary to turn in the water from the
crook this season.
In order that there may bo no misun
derstanding with regard to the amount
appropriated by tho council for otllcers
salaries, wo will say that the amount
includes salaries lor city engineer,
marshal, water and street commission
er, night watch, and iu fact all salaries
for all city oiliccrs of whatever kind.
Episcopal services: Every first Sun
day in the month: Morning, at 10M0,
litany, holy communion; evening, at
7.30, evening prayer aud sermon.
Every third Sunday in tho month:
Morning, 10:110, morning prayer aud
sermon; evening, 7:!i0. evening prayci
and sermon. Everybody welcomed. E.
A very quiet wedding occurred in
Nelson lasi Monday when thero was
urjited in marriage by tho Rov. Clyde
P. Metcalf, in the parsonage of the M.
E. church, Elmer A. Tnoiuns, ngo 27,
and Miss Jessie Radloy, ago 20. Tho
groom is a young man of sterling qual
ities, was boru in this county aud is at
present following tho profession of
dentistry iu this city and Cowles. Tho
bride has made her home fur it number
of years iu Angus, Nuckolls county,
and is au accomplished and refined
young lady. Tub Cihkk unites with
their many frieuds iu wishiug them a
long and happy life.
Tho congressional convention which
met in Hastings Tuesday was ono of
tho most enthusiastic political gather
ings it bus ever boon our good fortune
to soo. Tho convention was harmoni
ous iu every act and tho predictions of
tho delegates wore such as to make tho
nominee feel that his election was suro.
Judgo (J. W. Norris of McCook was
nominated on the fifth formal ballot.
The vote on the informal ballot was:
Norris, CO; McCreary, 22; Prince, 10,
Adams, 22; Lowe, 20; Christy, 22 Nor
ris gained steadily on each ballot, the
lifth formal ballot resulting; Norris,
85; McCreary, 24; Prince, 17; Christy,
20; Adams, HO. Before the result of tlie
vote wits announced a motion was
madu by Hall county and seconded by
Nuckolls county to maku tho iiomina
lion unanimous, Judge Norris was
born in Saiidusky, O., Juno 11, 1801,
aud camu to Nebraska iu 1885. Ho is
servlui; his second term as district
judge iu a district which iu the last cam
paign gave the fusion stato ticket a
majority of moro than GOO, while lie
was given a majority of moro than 400.
Why (.wporiinent with a)
rpaint that is "just as uood'T
when you can get the oldx
reliable Heath & Miu.k;an
rthat has stood the test fotv
(half a century? 1 have a?
Modern Woodimn Memorial Service.
Tho Modern Woodmen of this city
will hold memorial service on next
Sunday June Kith. Following is the
order of exorcises:
1 !10 p.m. Meet at Camp hall, For
esters In uniform.
2 20 p.m. March to Congregational
2..10 p.m. Music.
Reading proclamation of Head Con
sul oy w. it. rurker, W. A.
Music Scripture selections.
Address by Judge I W. Edson.
3.J10 p.m. Proceed to cemetery, For
esters and neighbors marching. Royal
Neighbors ami others iu carriages.
Form nt HrH grave. Music. Prayer.
Address by Venerable Consul ,1. W.
Kinsol. Decoration of grave by Royal
Second grave. Music by male qtiar
totto. Address by Chas F. Cuthor,
Esq. Decoration of grave by Royal
Third gravo. Music by male quar
tette Address by L. 11. Blackledge,
Esq. Decoration of grave by Royal
Fourth grave. Music by initio quar
tette. Address by E. J. Overing Jr.
Decoration of gravo by Royal Neigh
bors. Fifth gravo. Music by male quar
tette. Biographical address by Prof.
1). M. Garhcr. Decoration of gravo by
Royal Neighbors. Woodmen's honors.
Closing ode. Benediction.
County Court Notes.
June (! Estate of Eli.aheth E. Bun
nell, deceased. Hi tiring on claims ad
journed to July ,r.
Estate of A. A Pope, deceased Hear
ing on claims. No claims tiled in this
matter and judgment accordingly.
June 11 Etiuto of Herman Stcll'cns,
deceased Hearing on petition and up
pointuient of Henry Slcllcns as admin
istrator under bond of $'.1,000. Bond
approved and haters issued.
Estate of Auuust Dreshler. deceased.
Petition of Frank C. Dreshler of Cook
county, Illinois, foradiiiiuistration and
appointment of Charles Speiice admin
istrator. Order of hearing for July 2,
1 p. m.
June 12 Estate of Vinson I).
Vaughan, deceased. Inventory and ap
Parties who drove in from tho west
part of the couutv last Saturday state
that in crossing Indian creek the water
was so nlgn It run into ino wagon nod.
A now lino of laces aud embroideries
just received. Prices right. F. Nkw
iiousk. Svawd - CeUVrcaYvow
FOUHTH Of JULY I
RED CLOUD. NEBR.
Pony raco, 500 yards W 00 3 00
300 yard horse race, freo
for all V 00 3 00
5 mile footrace, go-as-you-please
0 00 1 00
1 mile footraco 00 2 00
1 mile bicyclo race . 2 00 1 00
Water fijiit, ono farmer
one fireman on each sido 0 00 4 00
Sack raco 2 00 1 00
Sack race, for boys 2 00 1 00
Slow mule race, to change
ridei s . 2 00 1 00
Fat man's race, GO yards 2 00 1 00
Horsedioo pitching con
test, entry fee 23r, to bu
added to purse 1 00 2 00
Running jump 1 00 r0
Standing jump ... 1 00 50
Hop, skip and jump 2 00 100
100 vard. footrace, free for
all 3 00 2 00
Hosu race. 10 farmers and
10 llreinon 10 00 D 00
GOOD SPEAKERS I GOOD MUSIC !
Dancing, Afternoon and Even
ing. Grand Display ot FIRE
WORKS at Night.
iJast Doable I!
Whriii n house Is painted
it is safe to estimate that a
value has benn added to It
which is nerer loss and
sometimes double the cost
I How - About - Your j
Multiply the distance
around it by the average
height; divide by !i.'0. This
gives the required amount
of gallons ot
Lincoln Mixed Paint
The paint costs 81.00 per
gallon; come in and get
sample cards and study col
jChas. L. Cotting,!
j Li m.mmMmmmm.MmJ
for that old
The Straw Hat you wolud enjoy wearing is here if it's
25c to $2.50.
Some Special Bargains in Men's Suits.
Marked down this week.
We Sell "Selz Shoes."
Cowden Haley Clothing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
Is an item of interest
to all who want to
beautify and pre
serve their prop
erty. "We have an article
in this line that is
worth your while
paint is the line of
4 Wo will maku a tost of this
4 paint for your benefit if you will
give us an opportunity, that will
4 convince you beyond a doubt
that this is tho paint you want.
Guaranteed not to
Tk!e Ji? 'i riit-r fill- f-
A Ilia la 11 llltlbkl I.IIUL
you cannot ufford to
pass in buying paint.
Let us talk to you
I abovt it.
Don't Like These
are now getting under
Shoot the hat is in order
Derby or Fedora.
All clean straw, well made and up-to-date
kA Twenty Year
'In an Old Line Company is;
the best kind of life
'Tho cash value of tho policy at tho.
ona 01 tno perioa is moro than
you havo paid.
Tire, Lightning, Tornado andl
iln the best Old Lino or Mutual'
iO. C. Teel, AgtJ
Rf.d Ci.oud, Nkuuaska.
to Rare Opportunity
tfor Wall Paper
We offer ourZentirel
stock of wall paper atf
greatly reduced prices.
Every pattern new,i
fresh from the mill and
the prices the lowest
ever offered in Red
We will sell everyj
pattern regardless o
Albright - Bros.,i
Red Cloud, Neb.
COMB AND SEE US.,
Stops the Cough and Works off the Cold
Laxative RiomoQuinino Tablets cures
a uold in one day, NoJ cure, no pay
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