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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1902)
We present values you
cannot 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 Biscuit Company, fresh Ringer snaps, per pound
Choico Japan Kice.. . ....
Gallon can pie fruit, peeled poaches or apricots
Lima beans .. . .
Special offer on rnisius
Gleanod currants in packages, per package
Libby soup, per can
1 pound can oj linked lieans with tomato sauce
CALIFORNIA CANNED GOODS !
Apricots, 20c grad reduced to
I'eacces, 20j grade reduced to
Plums, 20i5 grade reduced to
Peaches, '2m guide, reduced to
Another - Wash - Goods
500 yards 12J and 10c Wash Goods reduced to 9c
500 yards 8c, 0c, and 10c wash goods and ginghams reduced to ?c
1000 yds Gioghams. Lawns, Swisses, Dimities, Batistes reduced to f4c
200 yards yard wide percale remnants , ffc
A Splendid Value.
AnotheS lot of Ladies shoes, complete line of sizes, new shapos f O
$1 00 shoes I educed to .
We have just received a new lot of
Fruit - Jars,
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.
' 0f ' GROCERIES AND MEAT m ARKEG.
The Chief, $1.00 a
Year in Advance.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JUNE 20 1902.
Mrs. J. F. Brewer returned home
Friday after a wesk's visit with friends
at Stoddard, this stato.
Miss McKonzie of Bluo Hill, who
was tho guest of licssio Strieker, re
turned homo with her father Wednes
day. James Dority and wife returned
to their home last Tuesday after spend
ing several weeks with friends and
looking up a homo in tho Oklahoma
country, but they havo decided Neb
taska is good enough for them and
they will remain on their farm north
east of Bladen.
Art Bailey, A. P. Johnson's popular
clerk, will work in the harvest field for
Henry Ludlow and H. H. Fuller of
Campbell drove over to Bladeu Wed
nesday to see the ball game.
Miss Barrs of Campbell was tho
guest of Miss Lottio Doyle.
Mrs. Priestly and son, who havo been
in the eastern part of tho state, re
turned homo Weduesday evening.
Mrs. S. J. Wheeler was a passenger
to Bluo Hill Wednesday morning.
A. Kline and son, from Ohio, an
undo of H. L. Richondifer, spent a
few days with him last week. '
H. L, Uichendifer and son were at
Lawrence last Friday.
C. E. Hicks left last Friday for Lin
coln, whore ho attended tho state con
vention as a delegate.
Charles Morey commenced clerking
for Fiank Waullg tho latter part of
Clyde Keith returned homo last
Wednesday from Lincoln, where ho
has bu n attending dental collego
Alias Rosu Thome has leturned from
Wood Hiver, where she has closed a
veiy successful tenn of school, and wo
understand that she has been engaged
for another year.
Mts.G. P. Cather, wi;h her daughter
and sons, came homo from Grand Is
land last week, wliero sho has been
keeping house for the children, who
are attending school at that placo.
Mr. Reynolds, trie now butcher, has
moved bis family from Rod Cloud to
our city. Ho is occupying tho Roy
John Lutz, Jr., gave a party at bis
homo last Saturday evening.
Tho Methodist church has had its
steeplo remodeled, which adds much
to tho appearanco of tho church, and
it will make a suitable placo for the
now 1000 pound bell, which is expected
in every day. Rev. Ptiostiy deserves
credit for all of this, as ho has drawn
the plans and has done tho greater
part of tho work.
Miss Abbie Munson has gono to Lin
coln on a visit.
Fine weather for corn.
Harvest time is drawing nigh,
John Thompson, Sr,, of Donver is
here on a visit.
E. C. Christy has remodeled h s barn
on his furm occupied by Samuel Rich
ardson. A number of peoplo from Mt. Clare
and vicinity attended tho children's
exercises at Prairio Center Sunday.
Alice and NellioDoWolf aro expected
to arrive this week from Weeping Wat-
er to spond the summer with relatives
Children exercises at Prairio Contor
passed off very pleasantly. Tho pieces
wero nearly all of a high character and
were in most cases well rendered. The
exerclso entitled "Sowing" by a class
of little ones, and one by a larger sized
class, wbero four youn girls represent
ing tho four countries, China, India.
Africa and Japan, calling for help,
were responded to bj four other who
prtMiUdeaea .with hihU wlt.'
Items of Interest m
Reported by Chief
Reporter at Several
proprlato remarks, and tho songs ac
companying it wero worthy of special
montioc. Elder Headloy of Guide Rock
gavo a short talk. A liberal collection
was taken at tho close.
Henry Smith is putting up his alfalfa
this week. Tho crop is not quite so
heavy as usual.
John Fra.ier bought a tine young
hull of W. J. Miller Monday.
Plowing corn seems to bo tho push
ing business of tho day. With very fow
exceptions corn is in good condition.
Our second nino played a very nico
game of ball on 'he homo diamond
Saturday with a nino from White Rock
while the tirst nino was at Cora.
Our game with Cora Saturday re
sulted in a scoro of 12 to u in favor of
The republican caucus of Logan
township was hold at tho usual voting
placo, at which tho delegates wero
chosen for tho convention at Smith
Center and a general township ticket
Will Dollius was ono of the jurymen
on the Coopor-Leadabrand trial Wed
nesday. Another lino rain Saturday night
but let it come as long as wo can keep
the weeds down.
Children's day exorcises wero held at
tho church Sunday ovoning and tho
largest crowd that has over been in
our big church was in attendance. Tho
program was a snecoss from beginning
to end and ovorybody enjyed ii gen
eral good time.
O. C. Ft ussier bought a load of coin
of his father Saturday.
Grandma Stones is reported very
sick this weok, but under the elTrcicu
euro of Dr. Morrison of Womcr h get
ting along nicely.
Arthur llartmau bought u team,
wagou und harness thu other day.
Arthur knows n good thing when he
sees it and always takes advantage
Ben Beardsleo reports his mother
not so woll and says ho looks for her
and bit father homo soon.
Tho Children's day exorcisos at Ori-
olo school bouse Sunday wore well at
tended and a Una program was ren
dered. J. W. Starr drove ovor to Red Cloud
Monday on business.
Willlo Hartman and his mother wero
up from Lebanon Sunday to attend tho
exercises at tho church.
Somo of tho young peoplo who went
over to Cora Saturday didn't get back
Grundma Fruzier came up fiom Lob
anon to visit with icr daughter, Mrs.
Thcio will boil gtanil picnic in tho
grove at Al Kiolick's Sunday, Junu ',".)
Rob llamil visited at homo this week
Mrs. Stowatt and daughter camo in
from Koydtouo, South Dakota, Satur
Mrs. Ashby and children will visit
her father, tho judge, at Bloomiiigton
tho hoxt two weeks.
Mrs. W. W. Scott camo in from Don
apbin where sho spent Sunday.
Lawn Tennis is ill tho go hero now.
Thoro aro ilvo tennis courts in town at
Oliver Wright camo up from Red
Cloud Friday and remained until Mon
day. The bato ball limp and bicpele hump
are the latest fads in Blue Hill.
The Good Templar lodge gavo a lino
program Thursday evening. Tho pa
por writton and read by Mrs. Hummel
was especially good and elicited no end
of applause from tho audience.
Hh. wier (v icii kerj
daughter and family from Kearney
Mrs. Wilcox and daughter Miss Lin
nle arrived from Lincoln on a visit to
Mrs. Bruce. Thoy wore Joined by Mr.
Wilcox Saturday and all dopartod for
their homo in Bloomingtou Monday.
Mrs Win. May is slowly recovering
from a severe attack of peritonitis.
Tho ladies of Bluo Hill aro true grit,
Saturday afternoon ono laid down her
puiso on tho counter in a store. A
man picked it up and wont out. Sho
walked out after hi in and took it away
from him. Wo havo no nood of a po
lice when our women havo that much
Tho air is full of rumors of weddings.
Thu M. K Peoplo aro very much
elated over their children's day collec
tion which amounted to S20. Pretty
Miss Alta Shottonkirk is entertaining
two young lady friends from Lincoln.
Thoy departed for Imperial Monday
evening to visit their parents.
There havo boon 100 binders sold so
far this season at this placo. This
looks like tho wheat crop is a failure.
A groat many of tho farmers are
buying cream separators now.
Tho district convention of Christian
Endcavoreis will bo held at Dewecso
E.ra Conrad is breaking a lino span
of colts this week.
Rosomout is preparing to colobrate
tho Fourth of July. Tho eaglo is Hy
ing high up that way. hurrah for
The Emerick brothers havo four
thresher engines and two separators at
their blacksmith shop undoi going re
pairs, besides soveral binders.
Lowis Goblo of Bloomingtou spent
Sunday in Bluo Hill.
Tommy McCluru is reported somo
better at present.
Our small boys aro earning a fow
dollars weeding onions for Fillio, near
Ayr. They woik a fow days, thon
como homo and visit tho folks.
Corn is doing lino, and so aro the
Everybody is busy working their
corn, so as to bo ready for harvest, as
tho wheat is ripening rapidly.
Fine rain Saturday night, with somo
bail, but not enough to damage an y
thing to spoak of.
Pat Relict is sowing Kaflir corn this
Ed Rciher, one of our most ptospor
ous neighbors, shipped ono car of lino
fat steors and ono of hogs Tuesday.
Dick Ruachoy is working for Mr.
Martin this summer.
Frank Smith was hauling hogs for
Mr. Reiher Monday.
Mr. Pierce is listing corn in tho
ground from which ho rut his. ryo last
Erasmus Stenuer has built a
S. LiudquUt has returned from
extended visit in Wisconsin.
John Pavhcek went to Kansas City
Rudy Stteit was transacting business
in Blade n Monday.
Miss Eunico Kelly from Topoka,
Kan., is hero visiting her grandmother,
Mrs, Mary Bean,
Frank Sadilok has routed a half sec
tion of land from A, N. Wilson for livo
Henry Williams wont to Red Cloud
Monday after a now bindor.
G. M. Wilson, from Otto, was seen
in this vicinity last Friday. '
Mr. Crowell hauled several head of
fat bogs to Red Cloud last Saturday.
O. H. Wilson was down to Red Cloud
last week transacting businoss with
tho county board.
Plenty of raiu. Corn and weeds do
There la a new implement firm in
Below we give a partial list
of the books we have
on hand at present.
Arabian NIrIiis (8) New and ReTleed Edition
The Fortunes of Nigel bcolt
lvanlioo ....... -...Scott
Hejondtho City (3) . ...A. Couan Dojle
Hlraugc ticcrets . ... A. Conan Dojlo
All Sorts und Condition of Men
.... Denant and ltlco
let ... Edwards
KnlKlit Krrant J.jrall
llopio the Conscript .... Anthony Trollopo
Chicot the Jester Dumas
CountcKH do Cliurny ... .. Dumas
Loe and Lthcrl) Dumna
Tho Conscript Dumas
Vlromto do llraKeloniio .Dumas
Tho Counters of Hmlolhtailt. gaud
Indiana - band
Hanchon tho Cricket. .Sand
Confessions of an English Opium Eater
- Do Qulucj
Gold Klslo Marine
A Daughter ol Beth Mack
Tho Frontiersmen (8) Alroard
Tha Ullthcdale Romance .Hawthorne
Ardath Marie Corelll
Pilgrim's Progress Uunyan
Tho Deemsters Hall Cain
Humphrey Clinker bmollet
Corlnne ............................ ... De Stael
Paris Sketch Book Thackeray
The Man Who Was Uood Merrick
Jack Hornr Mary 8. Tlernan
llouioiicllc....... ........ ... Mary S. Tlernau
Waodlandcrs ..... Thos. Hardy
iiu vi'suo ui tiiu njes ..vjiniii mien
Not 111 the Prospectus Dnnforth
Itnmnntch .... .... I.oll
A New Note Mc.Mahou
Dmkou's Teeth Serrano
The Cedar hlar Mann
Tlie C'rjutiil Iluttun .Thomas
A Living Me - Hourget
One of these books will
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you pay on subscription. If
you pay one years subscrip
tion in advance or one dol
lar of back subscription you
get one of these handsome
books free. If you pay two
dollars on subscription you
get two books, if you pay
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