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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1902)
J For anything I
1 You May Meed ?
supplies call on
! flemhoase Bros.,
Wo soil honost
i " goods at honost
save you tho i
1 freight. I
A nm linn nf lnpes and ombroiderio
juit received. Prices right. i Nkw
Tell as why a druggiat offora yoa a
subatltute for the Madison Medicine
rn . RnnWv Mmmt&ln Toa. Does be
love you or is be after the bigger
profit? C. L. Cotting.
Geo. Hummel of Blue Hill was in the
city the first of tho week and while her
he received word of the serious illneaa.
of his father who lives in Iowa and he
left for thero Wednesday evening.
After June 20 my days at Cowies
will be Monday, Tuesdays and Wed
nesdays, in tho Turner building, and
Red Cloud Thursdays, Friday' and
Saturdays, over Dr. Heed 'a former of
lice. E. A. Thomas, Dentist.
Mike and Fiank Kudrna came
through tho city with their now thresh
ing outtitThursday, which they hnd Just
unloaded from the car. It consists of a
10 horse power engine, n 30 by 00 inch
seporntor with blow stacker, a steel
water tank ami supply wagon.
On Monday niplit about thirty of tho
neighbors o! Mr. Win I'.itten.on Indian
creek, called at bis home in the form
ofsurpiise paity to weleom Mrs. Van
Patten home after a vimi to her parents
in tho east. A very pleasaut time was
Hazel Grace, nged 11 months and 11
days, daughter of Mrs. Charles Do
Long, died Thursday of Inst week from
congestion and inflammation of tho
brain. Rov. Meredith conducted tho
funeral services Friday Bud interment
was in tho Ueaucharap comotery, in
Services at tho Methodist ;Episcop
church: Preaching at 11 o'clock a.m
and 8 p.m. by tho pastor, Rov. M. P.
Dixon; Sunday school, 10 o'clock, L. P.
Albrlffht. sunerintomlont; Junior Ep-
worth League, 3 o'clock, Mrs. Brunen
superintendent; hp worth league, c
o'clock, Mrs. Mitchell, presidont.
Tho populist and democratic stato
conventions wore hold in Grand Island
Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.
A full stato ticket was named after a
long and trying strugglo, in which the
democrats were victorious. W. H.
Thompson of Grand Island was named
for governor, E. A. Gllbort for lleuten.
ant governor, John H. Powers for sec
retary of state, J. H. Broady for attor
ney general, J. N. Lyman for treaa
uror, Charles Q De France for auditor
and Claude Smith for superintendent.
Tho democrats named Thompson,
Brennan and Broady. and tho popu
lists are responsible for the rest.
Scenb Oke-A private conversation.
v.. , aI m Vnil will, will vou.
(!!) I'll loarn jou to go and buy a lot of
you got J. O. BcTLKU'a prices on flrit
class i goods of the aamo kind. (II) Take
you old chump will yoa learn some
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GENHRAI CITY NETS.
No. 3 horn mmmn rnrn tnr fwt at
S. C. Bradv of Hastings was In tha
Mrs. Laura Moranville anont SuntU
D. F. DlckersoH of Guide Rock u
in town Friday.
Irene Ferguson of Guide Rock w
here last Saturday.
If tou want job work of onv kind
call and soe as.
T. W. Gail of Franklin was in town
tho first of the week.
Floyd Hunter of Guido Rook was in
Red Cloud Saturday.
Jay Gather of Carey, O.. is visitlmr
relatives in tho city
W. B. and E. M. Shlrlev of Rosemont
were in town Tuesday.
Summer dress goods, lace nH m.
broideries. F. Newhonse.
Miai Jessio Laird of Blue Hill in
Red Cload the last of the week.
W. H. Ruyle of Beatrice was doing
business in Red Cloud Saturday.
Albright Broa. favo put up a new
awning at their place of business.
Miss Mert Kaley goes to Hobronthis
morning for a visit with relatives.
F. V. Taylor, undertaker and nm.
balmer, opposito Cotting's drug atoro.
Ludlow Bros, have a quantity of fino
brick for sale at their yards north of
Mra. B. M. Grico ia visiting with her
daughter, Mra. John Rutledge, north
Mr and Mrs. I. Friable left Tueaday
evening for Denver and other points
The Miaaes Stella and Jessie Dncker
left Wedneaday morning for a trip
Alva Sellers was attending to buai
ness mattera in the vicinity of Bloom
ington th s week.
Max Miser and Floyd Freelove Miiaea
Marie Moranville and Bertha Talbot
were in Gnide Rock Sunday.
L. P. Albright and wifo went to Don
vor Tuesday to attond the Intumatlnn.
al Sunday School Convention.
J. F. Winters of Lincoln, formerly of
this city, was circulating among old
friends here tho first of tho week.
Misses Haskins and Fort, who have
been visiting in Orleans with Miss
Grace Wilos, aro expected home Friday.
Charity Lodgo No. 53, A. F. & A. M.
will givo an entertainment at their hull
this evening. It is an invitation nlTair.
Mrs. J. II. Remshcrg and (laughter
went to Denver Tuesday to attend tho
International Sunday School conven-
Person, tho sowing machine exuort.
repairs organs and sowing machines,
at tho second store. All work cunran.
toed. Prices reasonable
Miss Gortio Coon and Miss Jessio
Cathor loft Tuesday ovoning for a
pleasure trip through Colorado, going
from thero to Buena Vista.
Miss Sadie Baum returned to hor
home in Galena, Kan., the first of tbo
week after a very pleasant visit with
her many friends in this city.
Overing Bros, havo closed down their
marble works for a month, and George
Rickotta and Charles Grout havo gone
to work in the harvest Holds in tho
Wise is tho girl whoso sense of self
iatorest prompts hor to take Rocky
Mountain Tea. It (ills hor full of vigor
and thero is always honoy in hor hoar
for you. C. L. Cotting.
You'vo got to hustlo all the timo to
Keep in tbo swim. If you are slipping
down the ladder of prosneritv. tako
Rocky Mountain Tea. Makes people
strenuous, u. L. Cotting.
Joaepb Freudenatein of Clinton, III ,
waa in Red Cload the flrat of tha week
looking after aoma investment- ha hia
i nthia vicinity. While here ha made
pleasant oaila on bia former townsmen,
F. V. Taylor. A. C. Hoamer and P. c.
Miaaes Ella and Myra Cook returned
to their home in this city Sunday. Miaa
Ella haa finished her atndiea in the
Omaha College of Fnarmaoy, gradu
ating with honors, and ahe and Miaa
Myra have been visiting with their
brother Herbert In Chicago.
Mra. James Padgett died lut nlttt
after a surgical operation. Mr. and
Mra. Padgett came here from St. Jo
aepb, Mo., a few montha ago, and Mr.
Padgett hae bees connected with Ware!
Hiatt in the barber bualnnmi. w .
tunable to get partioulara of the sad
Episcopal services: Every first Sun
day in tho month: Morning, at 10:30,
litany, holy communion; ovoning, at
7:00, evening, prayer .and sermon.
Every third Sunday in the month:
Morning, lf:80, aiornlng prayer and
sermon; evening, 7:30. evening prayer
and sermon. Everybody welcomed. E
U. Bran, rector.
Dave Kaley waa in Cowlea Monday.
L. W. Hall of Alma waa in Red Cloud
L. W. Garontte of Lincoln wee hare
T. L. Paugh of Blue Hill waa ia town
Ralph Hunter of Inavale was la town
W. R. Miner of Nelson waa in Uwn
The P. E. O. gave a moonlight tlcaie
last Tuesday evening.
Mrs.T. E. Penman is viaiting with
relativea in Oowtea this week.
Mra. Geo. Hadelt ia visiting with
Miss Mabel Lindsey this week.
Frank and William Zelenka of Hum
boldt, Nob., woro in tho city Tuosday,
Win. Frnit was visiting in this vicin
ity last week and loft for home Satur
day. Born, Sunday, Jnne 22, to Mr. and
Mra. Louis King of Garfield townsblp.a
G. M. Castor of Rlverton was in the
city Sunday, the guest of George Over
ing. Jake Nusteln was in Bine Hill Mon
day attending to buslnesa matters
Ralph Pope, who ia at present in the
Philippine islands, ia expected homo
L. H. Hunter of Guido Rock was
transacting business in Red Cloud last
Mra. White of Cowlea paaaed through
Red Cloud Tueaday on her way to
Rob Mitchell of Chicago is viaiting
with hia brother, Will Mitchell, and
A. A. Wehrly of Everet.Waah., aajold
timer here, ia circulating among old
W. H. Cloppee of Klvertoa waa
transacting business in Red Cloab last
Mra. Jennie Strimple of Franklin
waa tranaacting buaineas in this city
Miss Mabel Day left yesterday on
tho noon train for Doniphan for a visit
Will Fruit and Van Benson wero in
Bladen Monday looking for work in
the harvest fields.
Quite a number of Rod Cloud popu
lists attended tho stato covention at
Grand Island Tuesday.
Frank Cowden of tho Cowdon-Kaloy
Clothing company is slightly under
the weather t.is week.
Del Turnuro moved into tho J. C.
Warner pioperty, south of tbo M. E.
church tho first of the week.
Sam Dyer is "batching it" at present,
Mrs. Djer having gono to Denver for a
visit with her son Everet, who has a
position with tho B. & M. thero.
Tho great and only Honry Richmond,
who was at ono time a reporter and
all-around hustler fur Tub Chief, and
who now has charge of the South
Omaha agency for the World-Herald,
was in the city the first of the week re
newing old acquaintances.
The check for the life insurance
which John Runchey carried in the M.
W. A., waa received Weduesday morn
iug, Just twenty-Uve days after hia
death. This time is vory quick, when
you remember that tho executivo coun
cl did not men to allow the claims
until tho 15th of tho month.
Wonder how our populist fronds fool
when they think that a few democrats
could go up to Grand Island and swal
low thorn, boots and all? Just think
of itt A thousand populists tho party
of tho people controlled by a handful
democrats. To a man up a tree this
is wbat it looks like.
Last Wedneadav mornin whiln thn
awitch engine was polling a string of
ireignt cars tbe rails spread and four
of tbe cars went into the aand. As soon
as the firemen and engineer aaw wbat
nad happened they jumped from the
engine and ran. Mo oae was injured
and but little harm was dene to the
Wo understand tbat Ben McFarland
met with a serious accident while in
Granl Island thia week. It waa r.
ported tbat he fell two etoriee, through
an oievator abaft, bnt as he returned
homo in good health and sDlrlta w
doubt the authenticity of the report
ana nope it will be a long time before
it will be necessary to erect a shaft to
Wedneaday evening, at the home of
the bride's mother, on Seward street,
occurren the wedding of Miaa Bertha
lalbot to Hoyd Freelove of Manning,
la., the Rev. T. A. 'Meredith of the
Chriatian church officiating. The wed
ding waa private, only a few of the In
timate trienda and relativea of the
bride boing present. The brido is a
young lady of unusual accomplish-'
menu and ia well known and highly,
respected hore. Tbe groom la engaged'
in the milling bualneae at Manning, la.,
where the young couple will make
their future home.
Why experiment with a.
.paint that is "just as good"!,
;when you can get the oldl
reliable Heath & Milligan
'that has stood the test fori
half a century? I have ai
woodman Memorial Strvict s.
The Modern Woodmen of Amorlca
of thia city hold thoir memorial exer
cises last Sunday afternoon. Thoy mot
at thou hall at 1:!!0 and marched quiet
ly to tho Congronational church, tho
forrostor of tho order boing in uniform,
wnero after listening io aomo vorv
geod singing by Mosdames H. J. Clark
and W. A. Mitchell and tho Misses
Mabol Howard and Craco Stonobreak-
er and by Messrs F. J. Grico, H.J.
Clark, A. B. Sollars and W. A. Mitchell
which was honsidored oxceptiodally
good. Judgo Edson delivered an ad
dress being a dissertation on presont
day topic. This address was listened
o with marked interest and waa nun-
gent, novol and extremely practical.
Alter more singing tbo woodmen and
Royal Noighbora marched to tho cem
etery nnd decorated tho graves of tho
Woodmen buried thero. At each gravo
thero was singing by tho malo quartet,
Messrs. Clark, Grico, Sollars, Mitchell,
an address by one of tho brothers of
the order and the uniformed forrestora
gavo tho Woodmen honors. At tho
first gravo that of Ralph Hartwoll, T
O John W. Kinael read tho reason for
Bolding the service, at tho second
grave Chaa. F. Cather delivered an ad
dress on "Care of the Living." At the
third gravo L. H. Blackledge gave an
address on "Duty to the Dead." At
the fourth grave E. J. Ovtring deliv
ered the addresa on "Leisona for the
Benefit of nhe Fatuje," and at the last
grave Daniel Gar ber gave a biograpb.
ical sketch of each of the membors of
the order burled in the cemetery, after
which the people gathered tbore dis
persed. The addresses wore all very
of good, and that L. H.BIaekledgo
was concise and showed literary morit,
and that of E. J. Overing haa elicited
many vory favorablo remarks, aa bas
also that of Chas. Cathor. Tbo wholo
aorvlco waa conducted without ostenta
tion or unnecessary display. Thoro
were a largo number of peoplo presont
to witness tho ceremony. Thero aro
fivo Woodmen buried in tho Red Cloud
cemetery Ralph Hartwcll, Stcphon
Harris, Andrew Berg, W. A. Mo
Kcighan and John W lttinrhey.
FOURTH Of JULY!
RED CLOUD. NEBR.
Pony raco, 500 yards . 10 00
300 yard horso race, freo
S mile footrace, go-as-you-please
1 mile footrace.
1 milo bicyclo raco
7 00 3 00
Water light, ono farmer
one fireman on oach sido 0 00
Sack raco .. 2 00
Sack raco, for boys 2 00
blow raulo race, to change
riders ... .
Fat man's race, no yards
Horsosboo pitching con
test, ontry feo 23c, to bo
added to purso
Hop, skiu and jump.
100 yard footrace, freo for
Hose raco. 10 farmers and
10 firemen 10 00
GOOD SPEAKERS I GOOD MUSIC t
Dancing, Attmrnamn nf aTvem
Ing. Oran Dlftlmy mi rflffaT
20 per cent
on any of our better
I and many patterns
icss man niai. iww
I is the time to buy J
! your wall paper. J
borders same price
as wall paper.
Chas. L. Cotting,!
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It's Only 7 Days Away.
Are you ready? Perhaps you'll want some
thing in Clothing, Furnishing Goods or Head
wear. The best to be had for the money is
here, always, no matter how many $20.00 suits
for $4.98 arc unfairly advertised by many
we dressed you in one of our swell Flannel
Suits, a new soft shirt, a late straw hat, a pretty
tie, a pair of fancy hose for your low shoes
wouldn't you enjoy a
The whols outfit would cost you little as
are selling clothing at the greatest reduc- .
tion ever known in Red Cloud. "'
THE STORE THAT
And Buy Your
i Fireworks of us.
every one I
sure fire. I
3 Bunches of
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I 2 Boxes of
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1 Come in. We will
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The Day we
The day of ex
and dicnics is just
around the corner
A Twenty Year
'In an Old Line Company is;
tne best kind of life
'Tuo ensh value of tho policy at tho;
unu 01 mo porioa Is more than
you havo paid.
(Firo, Lightning, Tornado andl
.In tho boBt Old Lino or Mutual!
IO. C. Teel, Agt.,1
Rkd Cloud, Nkuraska.
'A Rare Opportunity
jfop Wall Paper
We offer ourZentire
stock of wall paper, atl
greatly reduced prices.:
Every pattern new,i
fresh from the mill andl
ths prices the lowestl
ever offered in Red
We will sell every!
pattern regardless of(
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RsjcJ CtaMid, Neb.
COMi9 AND SBB US.,
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