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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 5, 1902)
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i yd. square samples of all wool Ingrains, 25c each.
Axminster and Velvet Samples and Carpet Rem
nants, 65c yard.
1 pattern Union Carpet, special selling at 25c yd.
2 patterns C warp Supers, " " at 47JC yd.
1 pattern all wool 47Jlc yd.
1 pattern Moquette S5C yd.
5 Money Back if You
All eligible to'register.
or at my farm, 2 miles south
City Dray and
B. Utf. ROSS. PROP.
Goods Delivered to any part
PLATT & FREES CO.,
Chicago 1- Lumber - Yard.
Lumber, Lime.jCoal and Cement.
30x60 in $2.00.
36x72 in $3.00.
4SXS4 in S5.00.
Are Not Satisfied.
Inquire of M. VV. Dickerson
and 3 miles west of Red
J. K. JACKSON.
of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
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RED CLOUD, JfEKKASKA. SEl'TEMHER 0. 1902.
Weather teal nice and rocont rams
havu cooled tliu atmosphere.
Corn bids fail' for a good crop and
will certainly make from !I0 n (iO bush
els per aeio.
Cane, Kallir and millet arc in good
condition. Millul is better than usual
and will make a lot of line seed if
threshed, which several say they in.
loud to do when Uey thresh their
Wayne Wolf has applied for tlio Ml.
Hope school, and wo hopo he will get
it. Ho has taught several tetim in
succes'ion in the Hoardslco district,
which speaks well tor him as a sue
The birthday surpriso and ico cream
supper at Albert Scrivnor's last week
wns a success. Thoso in attendance
were: Sam Mountford and wife, Oscar
Scrivnor and wife, Kd Mountford and
wife, V. II Scrivner and wife, Charles
Hun ett and wife, Win. Uoscncrans and
wife, Mrs. John Davis, tho Misses
Uosencrans, Cummins, Lamb, Vale.
Scrivner, Josio Davis, Suda Scrivner,
Lucinda Davis; Messrs. Lamb, Cash
Scrivner, Leslie Sapp, Forrest Mount
ford, Cecil Barrett and several littlo
Charles Arbucklo has a new wagon
and a now mowing machine, and will
soon have a now house
Ben Van Dyko has a now buggy and
harness, and ho and his father wero
visiting near Lebanon last week.
Ueorgo Mountford sold four head of
cat:lo to Billy Hifo of Red Cloud.
Mr. Graham hauled his hogs to
Oscar and Al Scrivner sold some
cattle to Wm. Rife at 2 conts a pound.
Wm. Scrivner, tho littlo carpenter,
has recontly built a barn for Uncle
Wm. Barrett and is again working in
town at his trado.
Mi . Knco of Bladen, Neb , a earpen
tor and contractor, has in a bid on Mr.
Fair's barn. Ho is a lino woikman.
Chalks Ban ett hauled wheat to Leb
anon last Thursday.
Wesleyan Methodist quarterly meet'
ing last Sattn day and Sunday at An
deisonville, conducted by Klder Wil
Mains and Rev. .Jonas Campbell of
Klder Ingrnhnm commenced a re
vival meeting at the union chinch in
Pawnee township Tuesday evening.
Oscar Scrivner and Kd Mountford
wurc thiough this part on their way to
Lebanon last week.
Walter Sherwood and wife wero vis.
iting on their farm on this cioek last
week and said they never saw as largo
corn grow as that on their farm.
Recently four ex-soldiers were sit-
ting at a table all in line, at an ico
cream social, doing justice to their
dishes and conversing, when one re
marked "Right dross!" or dress up on
lino. It was then noticed by those
present tha tho veterans represented
four different states and that tho
youngest one was 01 years of age. Ho
had gone out at 20 from Kentucky un
der tho llrst call for three year volun
teers. The ages of tho other threo
wero 07. 71 and 77, reflectively. While
they all ato and onjoyed themselves
like young mon, don't yon seo how
rapidly tho government is getting rid
of them by natural decline. And,
wbilo ono of these men is nearly para
lyzed with rheumatism in one uido
from shoulder to kneo and is twenty,
livo to thirty pounds under ordinary
weight, and has made proof of all that
biok to hia exposure in tho army, then
such mon as Hoke Smith, Henry Clay
Evans and other ponslon commission
ers will allow him SI per month and
eventually raise it to SO. Shame on
tho government olllcials who allow it
nnd think it is all right.
Items of Interest as
Reported by Chief
Reporters at Several
Al Reed put up a windmill nt his
residonce in the south part of town,
(loodtis shipped out two car loads of
stock Sunday moiuing.
C. K. Hicks went to Lincoln the lir.st
of tho week.
Mrs. Leonatd left Saturday morning
for her homo in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Mrs. Adams leiurned to Iter homo in
Hastings after a week's visit in this
Thos. Carter of Roseland and L. C.
Keith of Hastings wore in tho villago
Mrs. Sprenger nnd Mrs. Sero were
at Holdrege attending the meeting of
Baptist association, and returned Sun
day. Mrs. Priestly has gono to Saunders
county to visit hor parents.
A social hop was hold by tho young
folks nt the vacant houso of Jno. Zipp's
south of town.
K. U. Overman, county attorney,
canio in Thursday evening to look over
tho political situation in this part of
tho county. Ho is greatly pleased witli
tho outlook notwithstanding his oppon
ent claiming overpthing in sight except
Mr. and Mrs. M. U. Whelan drove
over to Roseland Sunday to visit their
Mrs. UrandstafT and daughter left
Monday morning for Fremont.
James Moroy will attond school at
Fremont this winter.
Quito n number left Monday morn
ing for Lincoln to tako in tho stato fair.
D. S. Phelps spent soveral days in
Roseland nnd Hastings last week.
Mrs. Lickhart of Red Cloud is visit
ing her many frcinds in this vicinity.
Mrs. Horn and daughtor, Mrs. Mc
Bride, wero passenger to Blue Hill
Pierco Grandstall wont to Fremont
Mary Doylo returned fiom Omaha
School commenced Monday with
Pi of Van Ronton aspiinclpalaiid Miss
Marker as primary teacher. It is to be
hoped for tho benefit of the young
minds that Bladen will have a school
A light frost Wednesday night.
Charles Bennett is taking in the
stato fair at Lincoln this week.
Piof. aad Mrs. Albert Thompson re
turned Tuesday from Aurora, where
they havo been visiting for tho last fow
Mis. Charles Fuller, Mrs. Lnlu Ful
ler and Miss Chloo Fuller returned to
their homo in Bethany on Tuesday.
D.ivo Kaloy and wlfo and Frank
Cowden and wife visited nt tho homo
of J. R. (ireonhalgh Sunday.
Tho party from Lo Ry havo re
turned nnd report having had a do
Jack Waller assisted tho Bladon boys
in a gamo of baso ball against Red
Cloud at tho latter place last Tuosday.
Tho Misses Sophia Latham, Georgia
Adamson, Margaret Ritchoy and Ellis
linger commenced their school work
A fow of Miss Mabel Latta's friends
gathered at her homo last Friday even
ing to give her a farewoll ptrty previ
ous to hor departure to tako up school
work at the Franklin academy.
Another rain after the drouth.
Tho party at Mr. Burdlok's Saturday
night was well attended nnd an enjoy,
able time was had by all.
Last Monday was Grandma Gilliam's
80th birthday. A fow of tho frionds
and neighbors wero invited intocolo
brnto tho occasion and a sumptuous
dinner was served. All had a splendid
Will Burdlck is snapping his greon
coin and selling it to Mr. Miner. Ho
gots25 cents a bushel, calling 85 lbs. a
Al Decker and family havo returned
from their trip to Lo Roy.
l'horo was a dance at II jimott Hnls o
busch's last Wednesday night in his
now houso. A largo crowd and a good
Bertha Kmick will return homo Sun
day, after helping Mrs. Hulsobuseh
cook for tho carpenters for two weeks.
Wo havo a new crounorv man on
this route, a Mr. Hatliuld, who has
succeeded Mr. Jarboo
Tho Amboy school commenced last
Monday with Georgia Adamson as
NORTH BRANCH, KAS.
Cool days nnd cooler nights.
Mrs. Cora Francis has boon .sick, but
is much better.
Dr. W. Turner isquito busy now; lots
A. E, Bullock and daughter started
Wednesday to attond the Advoutist
cunp mooting nt Lincoln, Neb.
School began in Dist. No. 188 last
Mnnd'iy. with L. C. Stindloy as
watermelon patch Sunday night. Mon
would not do such a thing.
Chas. Haworth has returned from a
visit in Colorado and brought back
somo lovely fruit.
Mr. Boeman was in Mankato Tuo s
day. J. L. Craver has rentod tho tishburn
farm for next year.
Louisa Toland started Saturday for
her school near Montroso.
Fred Hadley began work in tho store
for J. W. Booman Wednosday morning.
T. W. Clino was hauling wheat to tho
Lcstormill last week.
A. Carter is back homo from Rono
county. Hu is preparing to move thero
in - . -
Frank BlankonbaKor has a lino new
two seated carriage.
Mr. Shoomakor found a bco tree con
taining 75 pounds of honey.
A lino colt of J. C. H'dcomb's was
soveroly cut In a barb wire fence Fri
School districts No. I) and No. (Ii)
lruo no teachers as yet. What is tho
matter with tho school board?
It is reported that tho United Breth
ion preacher, Mr. Wiles, lias bought
Two of Mrs. Ollvor Sutton's brothers
arrived horn Sunday ovoning, cnlled
hero by tho serious illnoss of Mrs. Sut
ton. Mrs. Wiles and daughtor spent Sun
day aftornoon with Mrs. Frank Coul
son. Bart Coulson is running Al Shiny's
threshing machino ongino, Wan 0 n Sut
ton, tho regular enginoer, having boon
called homo by his mother's illness.
LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIA .
Every Day In September and October
the Burlington Route.
To San Francisco, Sacrament, Los
Angolos, San Diego and many othor
points in California, tho Burlington
Route has made tho extraordinarily
low rate of $25.00 from Rod Cloud Nob
Tourist sleopor daily from Omaha, Lin
coin, Hastings and othor main lino
points. Stopovers allowed at many
California points. Ask tho Burlington
ngont or write, J. Francis, general pas
senger agont, Omaha.
Fortune Favors A Texan.
"Having distressing pains in head
back and stomach, and being without
nppetito, I began to uso Dr. King's
Now Life Pills," writes W. P. White,
head, of Kennednle, Tox., "and soon
felt like a now man." Infallible in
stomach and liver troubles. Only 2ro
nt O. L. Cotting's drug store.
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