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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 18, 1902)
is. It almost
ible atticle to
any one who
does any writ
ing. We have
All 14k Gold
Every school toucher in tho
county in fact everyone who
does uol want to be left in tliu
rut, hut who wishes to be up to
(Into, should have one. Prices
$1.00 to $5.00.
Choice baled hay at Roby's.
W. W. Wright went to Geneva Wed
W. N. Richardson was in Guide
Mrs. I. Shcpardyon of Uiveilon was
in Ued Cloud Wednesday.
Joe Fogel has some good light bar
ue.s which he is selling cheap.
Peter Albright is very sick at his
home in the northwest part of the city.
Ludlow Bros, have a quantity of line
brick for sale at their yards north of
Walter Kaley, now located at Del
Norte, Colorado, is expected home in a
Mrs. George Morhart went to Guide
Hock Wednesday for a visit with her
W. W. Wright returned Friday oven
ing after an exteuded tour of the east,
Miss Anna Jarboe is visiting for a
few days with her brothor and frieuds
vest of town.
Mr?. (Jrace Wiles arrived Saturday
from Orleans for a visit with hor
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Fort.
For a clean, easy shavo or an up-to
date hair-cut, call at Ward Hiatt's bar
ber shop. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Mrs. James lirown and young son
returned home Tuesday after visiting
relatives in Long Island, Kan., for two
Mm. E.W. Moranvillo returned home
last Thursday evening after a two
months' visit with her orother at Law
Miss Minnie Hieher, who has been in
Campbell for some time, returned
Tuesday to her homo north of this city
for a short visit.
Miss Francos McChesnoy, who has
been visiting with Miss Boulah Hall in
this city, loturned to her home in Mc
Cook Monday evening.
Otto Skjolver, daughter Ada and
brother Hans passed through this city
Monday on their way to St. Paul,
Miuu., where they fo for and extended
visit with relatives and ftionds.
At the regular business meeting of
the Congregational church, hold last
Friday afternoon, it was decided to ex
tend a call to tho Rev. D. D. Hambiv
to tho permanent pastorate of the
church. Mr. Hambly has not yot dof.
initely decided to accept tbo call.
,t fcESK One A private conversation.
r You old tool. (I) You will, will you.
U!) I'll learn you to go und buy a lot ol
cheap Harness and Hardwaro bofo..
you getJ.O. Butlkk's prices on lirsi
ul.tss goods ot urn hhiiih kind. ( !l) Taki
that, (!!!) and lt, (!!I!) and that. Now
vnu ill chump will ou learn some
GENERA! CITY NEWS.
Kead Argabrighl's surprise "ad."
Cha. Hunter of Inavalo was in the
Frank Shelter of Alma was in the
If vmi want job work of ony kind
call and see u.
"Doe" Hull of Hluo Hill was In the
Chas. BikIh'o and Will Ely were in
Guide Rock Tuesday.
L. Pyle of Blue Hill was transacting
business in this city Monday.
H. 11. Cox of Bladen was transacting
business in this city Tuesday.
Ora Montgomery of Guide Bock was
a Bed Cloud visitor Tuesday.
Albert Overleeso of Biverton was on
our streets Tuesday of this week.
George Clauson is at work near
Cowlcs this week rebuilding bridges.
For Sale A thread cabinet and a
second-hand showcase. F. Newhouse.
C. A. Ferguson of Orleans, Nebraska,
was a business visitor in this city Tues
day. J. M. Dority of Bladen was attend
ing to business mutters in this city
M. O. and K. E. Mceks of Superior
worn looking after business matters in
this city Monday.
C. .J.Wilson of Smith Center, Kan
sa, canio to this city Tuesday for a
visit with relatives in the neighbor
hood. Mrs. Wnde, mother of Mrs. M P.Dix
on, doparted for her homo in Fort
Scott, Kansas, after an extended visit
in this city.
Person, the sewing machine expert,
repairs organs and sewing machines,
at the second store. All work guaran
teed. Prices reasonable.
Mrs. C D. Lloyd of Galveston, Texas,
is visiting with Paul Storey and wife.
Mrs. Lloyd was formerly a resident of
Webster county and resided near
Robt. McBrido and wifo camo to this
city tho tirst of the week for a visit
with relatives and frionds. Bobt. will
goto Omaha and Chicago beforo to
turning to Kearney again.
When you nwako in the morning
feeling like the end of a misspent life,
your mouth full of fur and your soul
full of regrets, tako Rocky Mountain
Tea. Great medicine. C. L. Cotting.
A. C. Hosmcr who has been identi
fied with tho editorial and mechanical
departments of tho Nation for somo
timo past has resigned and boon super
ceded by J. E. Kesler who has held a
position on the Cm Kir for many years.
J. O. Early, who has been night op
erator for '.ho B. & M. at this placo for
somo time, has been transferred to
Fort Morgan, Col., and left for there
Monday evoning. G. W. Overatroot of
Macon City, Mo., arrived here Tues
day morning to tako his place.
Elmer Ross had tho misfortune to
lose a good horse Monday night. When
tho horse was fed in the evening it was
apparently all right and as well as
over, but in tho morning it was found
dead in tho stall. The horse bad ap
parently died without a struggle.
F. Bradbrook and Chas. Shultz went
to Campbell Tuesday morning and re
turned in the evoning. They went up
after their photographic apparatus
which they used in the car at that
placo and which they no longoj oper
ate, it having been sold to J. Ross of
Miss Charlotto Worly of Lincoln has
been elected principal of the Rod
Cloud high school for tho ensuing year.
Miss Worly comes highly recommended
as a teacher of marked ability. Chan
cellor Andrews of tho Stato University
speaks in tho highest terms of bor
worth and scholarship.
G. Hlldrothof Franklin was a Red
Cloud visitor Tuesday and mado this
office a pleasant call. Mr. Hildreth is
treasurer of the Interstate G A. R
LReunion association and came to this
city for the purposo of securing brick
and brick masons. Ho states that it is
expected that thoro will bo sovoral
new brick buildings erected in Frank
lin this fall.
It is estimated that tbo damage done
by tho high water of tho past few
weeks will bo such h to requrie tho
wholo of tho tax levy for this year 10
repair, as the damages will run up in
the thousands of dollars, Work of re
pairing and replacing bridges has al
ready begun and is advancing as fast
as possible. Tho county is just a little
handicapped now, owing to tho fact
that there is but one pile driver.
Invitations are out for tho wedding
of J. R. Grconhalgb of Cowles to Miss
Emma Truscott, in tbo Chiiitlan
church of Doer Lodge, Mont., on
Thursday of next week. Mr. Green
halgh is one of Cowles' most progress
ive btiBinoss men and a member of the
linn of Greenhalgh Bros. and is well
liked and rospectcd bv all who know
him. Tiik Chirk unites with his many
frionds in wishing him much joy, and
may his only tmub'es bo little ones.
Turnip seed at Ruby's.
Wm. Hlavaty of Sp Ing Ranch, Neb
raska, ws in tbo city Wednesday.
M.K anil G N. Fail Held of Guide
Hock weie in the city Wednesday.
Geo. llollistrr was in McCook l'lies
day anil Wednesday of this week.
F. V. Taylor, undei taker and em
balm r, opposite Cutting's ding stole.
Save money by using a water meter
Moihait Bios, will put one in for you,
Clara and Mattiu Abel leiivo this
morning fur a visit with friends in Chi
cago. Mr. Chas. Bushee wont to Guide
Rock Tuesday for an extended visit
A. C. Ilosmor left Thursday morning
for Omaha to attend to somo business
Chas. Beck who formerly clerked in
a storo in this city loft for tho west
John Griltlith nnd wifo entertained a
number of friends at an informal sup
per Tuesday evoning.'
Mrs. A. Calmos, an old time resident
of this county, is visiting at tho homo
of her jathcr, L. Dehart.
Chas. Sponco nnd wifo of Bladen
were in tho city Monday attending to
somo business matters.
Wonted. A good girl to work. Good
wages. Enquire of Hubert Neuerberg
at depot lunch counter.
Wanted. A couple of young pigs.
Enquire of F. Nowhouso or at Now
house Bros, jewelry store. ,
C. W. Kaley left Tuesday morning
for Lincoln and Omaha to attend to
business matters in those places.
W by not get one of thoso good lly
nets for your horse, of Joo Fogel,
while he is selling them so cheap?
J. R. Mercer aud wifo returned homo
Wednesday from 11 pleasure trip to
Denver and other Colorado points.
Oliver Wright has accepted a posi
tion in tho blacksmith shop of Wolf
Bros., recently vacated by Ira Wolf.
Claro Ncsbit, who is now n brake
man on tho B. & M. out of Oxford was
in tho city tho fore part of tbo week.
A good second hand horso-power
threshing rig for sale cheap. For fur
ther information inquire of Popo Bros.
C. D. McMillan who spent a wcok vis
iting with tbo folks hero returned to
his homo at Malvern, Iowa, Saturday.
V. F. Mooro of Orleans has taken a
position as helper in the B. & M. freight
houso here, formerly hold by W. K.
Miss Vanco Foo returned to hor
homo in this city on tho oarly train
Monday after a visit with relatives in
Mrs, Elmer Delong and children ar
rived in tho city Monday for an ex
tended visit with hor sister Mrs. W. A.
Mrs. C. C. Rants who has boon vis
iting with her son N. S. Rants, for
somo time left for her borne in Juniata
The annual pionioof the M. E. church
has been postponed on occount of the
serious illness in the family of some of
Phil Fitzgerald and wife of Garden
City, Kansas, came to this city Mon
day for a visit with relatives in this
city and vicinity.
Mrs. Wm. Smith departed for her
homo in Randall, Kan., Monday morn
ing after a short visit with James Bur
den and family.
Miss Ella Mohlin of Grinnell, Iowa,
arrived in this city tho first of tho
week for an extended visit with C. B.
Crono and family.
Wm. Brown and wifo of Colorado
City, Col., camo to this city Monday to
attend tbo funeral of Mrs. Brown's sis
ter, Mrs. Susio Brown.
Miss Vivian Uossard of McCook
came to this city Monday morning for
a visit with Mrs. W. G. Blank, wifo of
tho proprietor of the Fair store.
We have only the
best grades and
can give you low
I threshing machines 4
are invited to in
spect our oils and
obtain our special
low prices in quan
tics. Chas. L. Cotting,:
J THE DRUGGIST ;
experiment with a
, paint that is "just as good'
;vhen you can get the old'
reliable Heath & Mili ic.an
'that lias stood the test for,
half a century? 1 have a
Amos McClintoek of Riverton spent
Sunday in this city.
Miss Howser of Dowagiac, Midi., a
nieeoof Mrs. S. C Dickson, arrived in
tho city Tuesday morning for on ex
Mrs. Taylor of Bonklemon, Nobras
ka, arrived in tho city Monday morn
ing for an extended visit with her old
timo friends J. H Smith and family.
Tho series of entertainments which
were to have been given last night by
the Ladies' Guild of tho Episcpal
oliuioh were postponed on account of
Reuben Keagle's barn, south of the
river, burned yesterday. Loss about
WOO. Tho building wns insured for
$300 in tho Union Fire Insurance Com
pany of Lincoln.
Win. Larue, engineer of the switch
engine hero, is laying olt this week and
is taking care of his little sou who is
seriously ill. Mr. MeKaini of McCook
is taking his place.
Rounds out tho hollow place? .smooths
out lines that creep -tbout one's fce;
woos toses hack to faded cheeks. '1 hat's
what Rocky Mountain 'Tea does. :1j
cent. C. L. Cotting.
Married, at tho ollleo of the county
judge, Wednesday, July US, James li
Bradshaw, aged 21, to Beitha M. Dun
afon, aged 10, both of Franklin county,
Judge Edson olticiating.
Don't bo persuadel into taking some
thing said to bo "just as good" as Mad
son Medicino Co.'s Rocky Mountain
Tea. There is nothing like it. .15 cents,
no more, no less. C. L. Cotting.
Miss Carrio Hols worth living three
miles north of tho city was tho fortu
nato Under of the baloon sent up on the
evening of tho tth of July by Hadcll At
Co. and which drew prize No. 1 con
sisting of a ladies' shirt waist.
Rev. Geo. W. Hummel of Bluo Hill
was in tho city tho first of tho week.
Mr. Hummel has just returned from
Iowa and reports crop conditions there
vory much tho same as hero if thoro
is any dill'oreiico it is in favor of Neb
raska. Wo observe that there has been a
change mado in tho ofllcors of tho
Peoples bank. Tho ofllcers now aro
J. L. Miner, president; H. C. Miner,
vico president; W. A. Sherwood, cash
ier and Miss Irono Miner, assistant
Mrs. L. H. Van Cleave, daughter
Nettie, and granddaughter, Blanche
Hurlburt, left for their borne in Ash
land, Neb., last Monday morning after
an extended visit at the home of Mrs
Van Cleavo's daughter. Mrs. Fred
Wolfe of this rity.
A. J.Tomlinsoa left last evoning for
Capo Nome where ho goes to do tho
assessment work nn his claims. John
says the trip will only tako him eleven
days and further that ho expects to go
down far enough on his claims to toll
whether thoro is anything in them or
not. John has fourteen claims in tho
vicinity of Capo Nome.
Services at tbo Methodist Episcop 1
church: Preaching at 11 o'clock a. m
and 8 p.m. by tho pastor, Rev. M. P,
Dixon; Sunday school, 10 o'clock, L. P,
Albright, superintendent; Junior Ep
worth Lnaguo, 3 o'clock, Mrs. Brunor
superintendent; Epworth League, 1
o'clock, Mrs. Mitchell, president.
Episcopal services: Every first Sun
day in tho month: Morning, at 10:30,
litany, holy communion; evening, at
7:80. evening prayer and sermon.
Every third Sunday in tho month
Morning, 10:30, corning prayer and
sermon; evening, 7:30. ovoning prayer
and sermon. Evorybody welcomed. E.
The work of grading Fourth avenuo
east of Webster slroot was begun last
Monday morning.' Horeaftor tho sur
plus wator from this street will ilow
toward tho oast, and not down tho
main street. It is understood that as
soon as tho work of grading is com
pleted Mr. Crabill will extend the
street railway tracks and keop his cars
Sorvicos at tho Church ot Christ will
bo hold as usual next Lord's day.
Froachlng at 10:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. by
the minister, T. A. Meredith. Biblo
school at noon.Tiaco Shorer superin
tendent. Junior O.E., 3 p.m., Mrs. Moro
dith acting superintendent. Prayor
mooting Wednesdayat 8 p. m. Special
music nt morning and evoning preach
ing sorvicos. We will make you wel
come. Como and give us tho oppor
Biggest Reduction on Clothing,
Men's and Boys', Ever Known
in Red Cloud.
Cowden-Kaley Clothing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
A Twenty Year
In an Old Line Company is.
the best kind ot lite
Tho cash value of the policy at tbo
end of tho period is moro man
you have paid.
Fire, Lightning, Tornado andl
Lin the Vest Old Lino or Mutual'
O. C. Teel, Agt.,1
Rkd Cloud, Nkhuaska.
Death by Lightning Stroke.
Last Friday afternoon at about 1:30
Mrs. S.'A. Brown, was standing in a
small wash room at hor homo in
Choyonno, Wyoming, when sho was in
stantly killed by n bolt of lightning.
Tho bolt ontored through tho roof of
the shed aud strucK Mr. Brown di
rectly on tho tou of tho hoad passing
from thoro down her hor right sido and
and leg. Part of tier hairjwas burned
away and her right sido, breast and
log were burned 111 a fearful manner,
tier clothing took tire and had it not
been for the timely arrival of a Mr. Si
Smith her body would have boon con
sumed. Tho body was brought to this
city for burial arriving hero on tho
oarly morning train Wednesday.
Funeral services woro conducted by
Rev. T. A. Meredith in tho Christian
church at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Tho do
cousod was a daughter of Stephon
Bayles formerly of this city hut now of
Guido Rock and was born in Cowles in
this county in 187d and was uiaruod to
Stephen Brown in 1888 in this city and
has boon a resident of Choyonno for
tho past year, where her husband has
boon at work for tho U. P. R. R. as car
repairer. Her husbaad was at Hins
dalo whon tho bult struck, but was
summoned to Choyonno by telegraph
as soon as possible. Sho loaves to
mourn hor death a husband and three
childron, two girls nnd a boy, aged
thiriAnn nlnvun and four years respec
tively and a fathor, four brothers and
threo sisters. Hor mother and ono
sister died and woro buried horo somo
Tho deceased was a member of tho
Baptise church, a good mother, loving
sister anJ daughtei and the bereaved
relatives have tho sympathy of a largo
circlo of friends in thin city and vicin
We are selling Hot Weather
Clothing so cheap that you are
foolish to be uncomfortable this
Men's Hot Weather
Suits, 75c to $6.00.
Men's Straw Hats,
25c to $1.75-
The Prices on Everything
Cut to Smithereens.
! and Gook
After harvest you
need a Cook Stove
or Range. We are
prepared for just
by having a full line
of the best goods the
Come in and ex
amine the line. We
are sure that we can
please you with qual
ity and price. We
have a few
on hand that we are
making a special
price to close out
stock. This is a bar
gain and should not
Stock of Sizes
I Still Complete.
I ' Co.
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