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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 22, 1902)
4' Just as well as
used to see."
u . rm;-
Thcie is in) one little thing on
ctiith that will all on! elrioily
In Oplo () llllll'll pleaSUtO us to
litul gla-sos that will give .hem
t'noil vision after the eyes begin
l" fail something tlmt will on
able them "to mm' as they used
Wo especially solicit a call
Horn those whoe present Kinases
are not satisfactory or who
have (ailed to liuil glass .satis
Wo want to help you see as
you used to sue.
Jewelers and Opticians.
Girl wanted at City Bakery.
Head Argabright's surprise "ad."
Wanted Dishwasher at the Hon Ton.
ThroshinR coal at Moby's at from $1 23
t to 7 00.
Col. Lurid of Iuavalo was in the city
If vou want job work of ony kind
call and ace us.
John Leo of Campbell was in this
Frank Stcut of Hays City, Kan., was
in tho city Wednesday.
Win. Kirkpatrick of Guide Hock was
in this city Wednesday.
Miss Kdna Henderson left Tuesday
morning for Kansos City.
Miss Watt of Guide Hock was in the
city tho last of last week.
Joe Fogel has some Rood light bar
ness which ho i3 selling cheap.
GeorRe Heed has accepted a position
in Turnuro Bros.' grocery store
Hubert T. Potter returned Tuesday
from bis visit to the Pacilic coast.
Mr. Imhotl, from near Guido Hock,
was trading in this city yesterday.
Fred Woifo left last ovoninR for Ash
land, Nob., for a visit with relatives.
Suve money by using a water meter
Morhart Bros, will put one in for you.
F. V. Taylor, undertaker and em
fcalmnr, opposite Cotting's drug store.
T. Tophaui and wife, from near
Guide Hock, were in this city Satur
John Marsh of Guido Hock waWof their lots and will begin tho crec-
transacting business in this city Mon
Ludlow Bros, have a quantity of tine
luick for sale at their yards north of
For lire, lightning and tornado in
surance sec L. H. Fort, iu Damerell
Frank Cllno of Burr Oak, Kan ,
transacted business in this city Wed
County Tic.isuror McOrary returned
Sunday fiom his visit with relatives in
Will Foster of Bmr Oak, Kan , w:t
trading with the merchants iu this citj
Stipheu Baylesof (initio Hock was
attending to business mat ets in this
Oiinty Commissioner Win Hiehmri
and wlfo of Guido Hook weio In this
WANTi!D-Hor-nnnil cattlo to p..s
ttii'i', w iniUx uurtli of lU-tl Cloud
vt... M-uTPiti Cui-iiHDter of Kr.iikltn
was vlliii'g m M'9 'o1'1 ll"'
tlrst of the week
). H.CttiU of Hltidiu .vas looking
after busines manors In this city tin
lirst of tho weffi.
Oscar IVel and fnliiily drovo to uail
... . .. . it... ..f lint tnnt. fur ti
visit with lenitives
Wanted A good girl to woi k. Good
wajtps. h'A'iicif Hubert Neucrbc
at depot M counter.
if ,-..ii nut mi abstract of title t
your land or town lot, call on L. II.
Fort, In Damerell block.
Will Fruit returned to his homo in
j this city the tirst of this week after au
extended stay in Wyoming.
I T L Penman and wife returned to
this city Thursday morning after an
, extended visit in Colorado.
i Unbelt Barkley came up from Kat.-
'mi City Sunday and returned to that
plaee Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Howard Catlier, who was for a
number of years a resident of this city,
is visiting relatives in Ked Cloud.
N by not get one of tho-o good lly
nets for your horse, of ,Joo Fogul,
while he Is selling them so cheap?
Otto Oleson, an attorney from Neb
raska City, stopped over in this city
for a few days' visit with Dr. Damerell.
Mrs. Henry MeCunu anri grand
daughter L'thel went to Inavalo Mon
day morning for a visit with relatives
near that placo
Miss Fiances Harmon lias recovered
from her recent illness and is once
more back at her work in Turnuro
Ludlow Bros, had tho misfortune to
lose a good horse, the first of tho week,
through Its having got au overdose of
Mrs. Al Slaby returniri Wednesday
to her homo south of this city, after a
visit with relatives in McCook aud
Halph Foo went to Denver Wednes
day. He intends to spend tho balanco
of his vacation in tho mountains of
Mrs. Lulu Fuller caino to this city
Wednesday for a visit with her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Potter,
Judgo G. W. Norris Hopublican
candidate for congress from this dis
trict was in Hed Cloud for a few hours,
. Mrs. Fred Turnuro gavo a party for
-a number of her lady friends, Wednes
day afternoon, in honor of tho Mcs
Quito a number of Hed Cloud people
were iu attendance at tho reunion at
Franklin this week. All report having
had a good Mill".
E. E. Young, ex-county superintend
ent of Nemaha county, was transact
ing business in this community for a
few days this week.
Mrs. A. Heady, ueo Patmoro, of Au
rora, camo to this city Wednesday for
the purpose of disposing of some farm
property near hero.
County Commissioner Overman was
testing tbo new Western grader Mon
day on tho road between tbo railroad
and tho river bridge.
Tho Mesdames Taylor sisters of tho
Turn n ro Bros. Del and Fred of this
city leave, this morning, for their home
in Maryville, Missouri.
All members of tho Fratornal Aid
Ascociation are requested to bo pres
ent at tho next regular meeting, Au
gust 33. Bnsinoss of importance
Prof. H. L. Sams of Eltnwood, Neb.,
who was foimerly principal of the
schools ot this city, :s one of tho in
structors at tho teachers' institute.
Medical Journal desires a represent
ative in this locality. Permanent em
ployment. Salary and commission. Ad
dress 151 East 72nd St., New York City.
On Monday Boren Bros, began mov-
Iprg their frame barn to tho back end
tion of tho
brick addition in a very
Will Anderson and wife of Franklin,
and Mrs. Tina LonR of Keota, iowa.
Came to this city, Tuesday, for a visit
with Mrs. E. Andersou aud friends iu
Makes the lires of life burn with a
steady glow. Kenows tho golden,
happy days of youth. That's what
Hocky Mountain Tea does. :ir cents.
C. L. Cuttings.
Dr. Creighton will install an X-ray
machine in his otlleo about tho middle
of next mouth. The X-ray is said to
have a great tin dicinal value, cspocialh
in cases of cancer
Georgo Catlier of Catherton precinct
has been threshing his wheat this
week. We learn that ono Held which
contained about 1U0 acres tinned out
more than 10 bushels to the acre.
Tliuro Is a pretty girl In an itlpluo ha.
A sweoter girl in a sailor brim,
But tho handsomest girl you'll ever si e.
Is tho sensible girl who uses Ho.kj
Mountain Ton. C. L, Cotting.
Wolfo Bros, wish to announce) tlmt
iney iniouu iu quiv iiiuiuiiiig niriii ma
chinery All machinery, buggies, and
wagons will bo sold out, regardless of
cost. See tlieiii for any thing you ma
Lost. Botwoou lienor, Ivans , and
Hed Cloud, a long loathor pocket book
conlainii'g $'i and three receipts for
dues in older of Odd Follows, Hurii r
will leave at this cilice ami receive re
wind. lflarry and lloltuii Lotson loft, Sun
,Vluy evening, for Deadwood, S. Dak.,
for a islt witn tlieir brother Will, and
a trip through tho mountains, Thov
will visit Yellowstone Park before thty
Why experiment with a)
Cpaint that is "just as good"?
Iwhen you can get the old
reliable Heath & Milligan
rthat lias stood the test for)
(half a century? I have a
H. i. GRICli. 5
Dr. Henry Cook has had the room
fotinerly occupied by J. S Gilliam a
a law oll'ice, over his store room, re
painted and papered and has moved
his ollice from the Bontlcy block into
Tho Hopublican county central com
mittee mot in this city last Satmriay.
Owing to tho small attendance, due
probably to not receiving notice in
time, no business of any importance
If it wasn't popular, if it wasn't loved
by tho people, wliy do dealers say.
"Wo have something just as good as
tho Madison Medicine Co.'s Hocky
Mountain Tea" Think it over. .'13
cents. C. L. Cotting.
Mrs. Samuol Parkcs and children of
Galena, Kan., who were visiting at tho
homo of W n. Parkes in this city, left
for Indiauola Sunday evening to visit
relatives aud expect to go from there
to North Park, Col., for a visit with
Miss Lillian Hamoy left Wednesday
for Lake Geneva, Minn. Miss Lillian
is a dolegato to tho V. W. C. A. con
vention, which meets there, and is sent
by the York college. She expects to
spend a couple of weeks visiting rela
tives in Chicago before sho returns to
her homo hero.
Jako Nustein returned Monday from
St. Joseph. Jako has tho very latest
iu hot weather collars, aud is sotting a
paco that is hard to follow. Tho collar
is of tho stand-up-turn-down variety
and is about nineteen inches in cir
cumference and nearly throe fourths
of au inch iu height.
Dr. Creighton, assisted by Dr. Cook
of this city and Dr. Paco of Guido
Hock, performed last Sunday a very
dillicult abdominal operation on a Mrs.
Fringer, living near Guido Hock. Tho
operation consisted in tho removal of a
raro tumor from tho nbriominal cavity.
This operation is one of tho most dilli
cult surgical operations anri, as it was
successfully performed, rellocts credit
on these physicians.
These hot days make
you think of cool,
shady spots and a
first class hammock.
The shady spot is
not hard to find.
From $7.50 Up.
We have a line Ham
Be sure and look
our lino before you
BAD WRECK AT HOLDREGE.
William Francisco Killed, Two Othm
Lant Monday, at about l'-' ill) p. m .
occulted a riia-tiou wreck on tin
Burlington road just east of the round
iioum' at lloliliege, ;sct. lUlair
Francisco, Engineer on freight train
Mo. 1 17, was killed, and Ed Moiitaugui
and A E Houchlu weie seikmsly iu
Freight train No 117, drawn by en
giue No. ISM, was just pulling out or
the main line aud was to be follownl
by the light engine No UK, with Ed
M 'iitangue as ei gineer. Engine No
llll was urn up the high line, expecting
to go down the cut-oil onto the main
line. An extra freight, with a double
header, coming down the high line,
struck engine No 111! a it was parti
on the cut oil and wax thrown againt
engine No. 1 1H , in ehaige of Engiueei
FraneNco, on the main line. Botli en
gines on the high line tlaiu weie
thrown from the track and weie com
pletely wrecked. Engine No. 111! had
its tender wiecked, while No liU ivn
stripped of its cab on the engineer's
side, broken badly and the tender
All the engineers jumped. A car of
shelled corn was tlitown on Francisco,
burying him and, it is supposed, Caus
ing death instntitly. When his body
was recovered it was found ho had a
great gash over tho left temple. His
chest was crushed iii and several ribs
Evt Montniiguo had his right hip and
lower part of his back injured, and A.
E. Houchin, ono of. the engineers on
the high lino train, recclvod a severe
sprain of tho right ankle.
Public opinion at Holdrege seems to
lay the blamo for tho accident on the
light engine aud tho wonder is that no
more lives were lost.
Win. Francisco, tho man who wa
killed, was for a number of years a
resident of this city. Ho began brak
ing for tho B, & M. about 18S(5 and a
few years later quit tho train service
and went to work iu tho engine depart
ment. Ho moved from here, some
time about 1802, to McCook, where he
has since made his homo. He was
about 15 years of ago mid was twice
married. His lirst marriage was to a
Miss Anna Murphy of this city, a
daughter of James Murphy, who died
hero n, fow years ago, and about a year
after the death of his first vifo he mar
ried a lady in Hastings.
Ed Montaugue has been au engineer
on the B & M. for a number- of years
aud was at ono time a resident of this
city, but for tho past eight or ton years
has made his home injOxford.
A. E. Houchin, or "Tink," as he is
commonly called, is related to tho
Houchins of Garlield township nod was
brought up in this county. He began
his railroading career at this place. His
homo is now in Holdrege.
New Masonic Lodge Room.
The Masonic lodge today began to
movo into their now quarters in tho
Potter building. They will have, when
they get settled, tho best arranged and
ventilated and as handsome quarters
as aro to bo found in tho state. "With
perhaps one exception, and that in
Boulder, Col., tbo best lodgo rooms
west of tho Mississipi river," was the
comment made by a gentleman who
also said that he had visited the best
between tho river and the mountains.
Argabright's Studio Removed.
G. V. Argabright moved his studio
the lirst of tho week from tho Damerell
block to tho Potter building. Mr. Ar
gabright will have tho rooms back of
Charles Potter's ollice and when ho is
snttled will have as lino a .suite of
rooms for tl is purpose as there are to
be found iu the state. I Id has added a
largo lino of picture moldings and iu
tin future, besides being able to obtain
line paintings Irom him, you may also
lie able to have them framed by an
Happy Time and Plenty
Monday i.fiernoon occurred the
fourth annual picnic of the families of
Cha II. Poller and Geo. K. Chunc.
The plaee was about two and a half
miles southeast of town. Upon ai riv
ing al the chosen spot they ioiind Mr.
(J. W. Liiul-ay and Mrs. Hadi ll with a
ll'iek of children, taken tbiiel) Mi.
Eddy. All bad au excellent n and
a good lunch and catuu homo ri si as-;
Advertised Letters. i
List of leiu-is ii'iuainiiig uiiralli-d for '
lit tho poMnlllco at Hod Cloud, Nub.'
laska, lor tho week i-nding August
A Nuton, Mr. Putt, iviii,
M ('. Shivey
These letn rs will Ijh sent to the dead
Utter olllep. Soploinbor I, if not called
fur before When calling for above
pleaso say "advertisod." T. C Hack
Line Township Convention.
The Heputdieuns of Linn township,
will meet at Dili school house in ill-J
trict No III, on Satunl-iy, .September ll,
at 10 a. m , for tho purpose of noun-1
nating township olllcers and trnnsaet(
ing such other business as n.ay law-1
lully come bpfoio the meeting. j
Uoiit. TuitSKit, Committei man.
Ever brought to Red Cloud Is Arriving
We ha t, a few
Light Weight Suits
we would like to tret rid of to make room for
these goods. We will
tnese goons at actual cose, it win pay you to
investigate this offer. All the
New Fall Styles
now in. Come and see them and get an idea of
what you are going to wear this Fall. Let us
also remind you that we are selling more
than any concern in
to select from.
THE STORE THAT
A Twenty Year
4n an Old Line Company is.
the best kind of life
'Tho cash valuo of tbo policy at theJ
end of tho period is moro than
you have paid.
Fire, Lightning, Tornado andl
,la tho best Old Lino or Mutur.P
0. C. Teel, AgtJ
Hkd Cloud, Nkiiiiaska.
I have luil occasion to use your
lllack.Draucht Stock and Poultry Medl.
clac and am pleased to say (hat I never
used anything for stocK that Save half as
good satisfaction. I heartily recom
mend It to all own:ri of stuck.
J. I). UriLSIIEK. St. Louis, Mo.
Sick stock or poultry should not
rat cheap stock food any moro than
sick persons should expect to be
Ciired bv focul. When your stock
and iioiiltry aro nick givo tiiein mod
icino. Don't Muff them with worth
less stock food. Unload tiio bowels
and stir up the torpid lier and tho
animal will be rured, if it bo possi
ble to euro it. Illack-Drauclit Stock
and Poultry Medicino unloads tho
bowels and stirs up tho torpid liver.
It ciiro-i every lnulady of stock it
taken in time. Fecuro a L'fl-cent can
of lilack-Drntiirht Stock and Poultry
.Moriieino aiul it will nav for itself ten
timesover. Horses work butter. Cows
L'ivo moro milk. I Iocs train flesh.
And hens lav moro cues. It solves tho
problem of making as much blood,
flesh and cticrcv ns nossiblo out of
tho snialtest amount or looil con
sumed. Buy a can from your dealer.
-:- .. . 7' . - . .
sell every Suit left in )t
Big line now in
S wnai uo
: You Eat
S for breakfast.
Hard to find any
thing this time of
the year ?
J Try some of
that fine bacon
which we have and
which we are sell-
ing so cheap.
3 ShererlBradshaw 5
JJJ Butchers for Tho People. S
have hei n reaehed this week
n in j s'tullo To clean
; up all oihu and ends before
: moving I will sell any
imfi'iiined pieces In "
Pastel and Water Colors
YOUR OWJJ PRICE.
i Take the pet in e you want and
; l'iy wliii it is woi ih to jmi. This
: Hit is BONA KIDK A .special
i s'irpii-.e iii ion ffi- all purcha-ni'S
; '' in ti-N oii i ilts or M'lnlios. This is
I a u"'i iiiim Half; tin Sale.
ARGAEWGHr, The Artist,
I P MAIL'S, D.mih.ioII Block.
! KKI) CLOUD, NKB.
On Main St , Hed Cloud, Neb
First Class Rigs
at rimsonnblo prices, with or
without drivers. Call on
us. Will treat you right.
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