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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1902)
RED CLOUD, XEUHASKA. SISl'TEMltEH 12, liK)L5,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
We have just received another shipment
of FIELD and INVADER Sewing'
Sold under a written guarantee.
Polished and plain oak castas.
Automatic drop head.
Swell end cases.
Complete set attachments.
FIELD, $20.00, $23.50, $25.00.
At a price that places it within the reach
35 and 28 inch Wool Suitings in Zibilines,
Plain weaves and Venetian Cloth, a cloth 1
commonly sold at 60c yer yard,
Our Price, 47c yd.
Pay 60c per yard and we will give you Linings FREE.,
S lesia. btiifenine, btavs. Cambric, ttooks ana
Eyes, Velveteen Binding, Which do you prefer. 1
Too yards new Ginghams, 10c values, for a few days 8c.
Items of Interest as
Mts. Chiules FuI.lt cumu fioui
Bethany, Monday, for a usit with
lelativos unit fiiotids.
Bjiii to Mr. ami Mt. Bow Honor,
ruu&iliiy, a gill. Bow steps high now.
Mr. and Mi s.J K. Simmons, of Long
Beach, California, came Weduesd iy,
for 11 visit with Mts. Simmon's sisteis
Mosd. J as. Waller, ll-mer and Heal
The sisteis had not una foi font teen
A number of people fiom hero al
tended thu tetiniou and circus at Hast
ings, this week.
School commenced, Monday, with
1'iof. Albeit Thompson and Miss Flora
Drown, us insti uctors The enrollment
for thu primal y 1 00111 is 119 and for the
high room '25. A number, of pupils
froui out side of tho district ate attend
ing. Mr J. Sptinko depaited this life
Mnmlnv. at her homo north of Cowles
Funeral set vices were held in Blue- Hill,
Wednesday Tho bcieaved family hnvo
the sinceie sympatly of commuuitiy.
Tho social and entertainment, givou
by tho D. of 11 , in tho A. O. U. W. hall,
last Friday night was weir attended,
notwithstanding tho '.bad weather. A
program consisting of recitations, vocal
solos and quartets and instrumental
music, wns given from nino to ton. Tho
remainder of the evening was spent nt
games and supper until a lato hour
when all went homo, with tho remem
brance of a delightful evening.
Mr. Al Schoolcraft has been appoint
ed to tBKe tho Bluo Hill section and will
move- there soon.
Mts. U. Busoy took tho train, Tuesday.
She wont to nurse a sick froind.
dipt, nnd Mts. Blaino went to Bed
to go to school
Mr. 1M Seatons gavo :i danco in their
new house, last Saliuday night, theio
weio iu.Mil j 7.1 pi-opli) theie and 10
tuimbcis out All scenic 1 to havu a
Osc.u nmii-k tlueshud, lastlMouday.
Dojlo Hio dul the thieshiug )
Sam. lle.ilon has no help and wants
two men badly.
Chin liii .Jackson ill faun Fiisbio's
laud ag.iin this yeai. Uu intends
putting it in wheat.
Will Bui dicks sale will bo next
and Miss Guieo White loft, last Monday,
to attend college at McL'uoruon, Kansas
Buv. John Hancock preached, his
faiowell sin moil, at Ash Creek, M. K.
chui ch, last Sunday.
1m auk Ailt's Htiuuk his thumb nail
with u haniinor one d.iy this week
making n ory painful biuio, enough
.so to keep him awake nights, and as
miseiy likes coiiipaiiy N. I. 1). Smith
hit his thumb with a wiunch and now
theio ate a pair of night owls.
Claioni'o and Coin Beed weio the
gtiestsnf Mr. and Mis. Smith, last Sun
day James Boauchanip is cutting his
broom coin, which is irottinu too line.
He is looking for moio help without
Theio is to be a Daily given by Mr.C
Ailes in his new corn ciib, next Satur
v V v -. . .
t All eligible to.register. Inquire of M. W. Dickerson
or at my farm, 2 miles south and 3 miles west of Red
J. Ii. JALKbUW.
City Dray and Express Line.
BtV. AOSS, PROP.
Bov. A. W. Cortuer pleaches h'u las
sermon, befoio annual confeionce, in
our midst, next Sunday.
Miss Beardsleo and Mr. Hicks, Sun
dayed, with Miss May Boseuciaus, of
Mr. and Mis Houghtaling weio visit
ing, at Ksbon.last tiiday andSatuulay.
Mr K.W. Andeison and wife, of Stale
Creek, Mr. Ueotgo Hutchison and
family, tl Cowles., and Mi and Mis (J.
W Shannon, weio ealleis on Mr and
Mrs Hutchison, last .Sunday, and found
Mis Hutchison (uite sick and had been
rcquii ing the imt "' tloctoi , who found
hoi vmy low, but wo learn that she is.
impiovmg nicely Mr. Hutchison is
busy hajmg and soighum making.
m,. i,,ni Mm II llouclituliiiL' weio
Yblting y James Keaglo and family, 1
Mis.Aubuslioii eala'd on Mis.Hutchi
son, last Mondnj.
Hichaul Kefiglo and family hao io
tinned to Webster cutiiUy to stay for a
season as thej have icntul liU fathers
faim and the old folks intend to movo
to Bed Could.
Thieshiug is tho otder of the day
wistofhuiu. Two or tin 00 bteamois
111 eat woik thero.
Jim Knight has icsigncd his position,
in tho cheese facloiy.
Adam Morhait and wife, of Bed
Cloud wuie visitois at Simon's, last
Win. hou's new lumber house is
completed an w juld be a ciedit to any
Beit .Grossman had his face badly
"pushed," this week, by a hay lake.
The B. and M. has tho load bed near
ly comploted in the town.
Clins. Hunter left tho fore pint of tho
week for Coloiado, to buy some feed-
Thoio will bo 11 chinch social at Win,
Irons, '.Tuesday evening tho 10th, all
Inavalo was well repiesouted, Thurs
day at Bingling Bios, cicus in Hastings.
School opened iMondny, with Miss
Heed us teacher.
Mrs. Herb Luco went, tho lirstof tho
week, to Doniphan, ou a visit.
C. Hunter's now store room will soon
bo finished and tilled with a genoial
stock of hard win e, groceiies and dry
Say thero is'nt ptosporous times now.
Just watch the lumber, leaving In
avalo, for largo houses, over the coun
try, such us Mis. Copley's and I'ut
Minor Kent wont to Hastings Thins
day, to visit Bingling Bros. show.
Kd. While was helping James Beau
champ out with his broom corn, this
Krnst Beatichamp is in (larlied, this
week, helping his brother.
Weather cool, nights cold, but no
Mr. and Mrs. Foaa of Inavalo wero
tho guests of Wm. Vandyke, last week.
S. O. Shuck sold somo of his two year
old steers to Harry Wilmot for 3 l-'J
cents a pound.
John Parton of North Branch is
making hay at S. C. Shuck's this week.
Making liny is tha onUr of tho day.
Frank Vandyke is bnuline boss, to
Bed Cloud, for hen Wilmot.
Tho primary olection, called to nom
inate township ollicers, passed off
harmoniously, and all arc pleased, with
Mr. and Mrs. Bichard Keaglo of
Wyoming havocomo back to make this
their future home.
Mts. B. S. IVoudlit and daughter
Alice returned homo from Denver
where they have been living the pus1
I. B. Colviu nnd Chniles Hauimon of
Lincoln are out today looking at tho
Plmi'lin Ailes has just built a
Mr Haw has dismissed his music class
and loturned to Mil'heison, Kansas, to
complete his course in instiunioir.nl
Jesse and Iiu Wagoner, John Tluoiie
Goods Delivered to ahy part of the city.
Charges as low as th Lowest
CITY AOENTS5FOR ADAAS EXPRESS CO.
PLATT & FREES CO.,
Chicago!- Lumber - Yard.
RKI) CLOUD, NKBBASKA.;
Lumber, LimeI Coal and Cement.
A number of the fanners me waiting
for Al. Slaby and his steamer to ay
them a visit.
All tho people of this locality that
could go, attended tho Libanon anni
versary Rii'i all roport a good timo.
Dry weather and high winds.)
Kveiy body Is commencing to muko
hay, Inthoao paits.
Corn would soon bo ripe and leady
togiather, if wo hada'.few moro days
iiKti Sunday was.
Johnny Crans and Hairy Stump was
mt, on;i:im Cieek iMiing, liistSundnj.
Mr. Blight and family ;isited at Al
Deckel's last Fiidaj.
1ily l'uRg went home, last .S.iluidai,
The only kind of consump
tion to fear is " neglected
People are learning that con
sumption is a curable disease.
It is neglected consumption
that is so often incurable.
At the faintest suspicion of
rntiMimntion tret a bottle of
Scott's Emulsion and begin
The use of Scott's Emulsion
at once, has, in thousands of
rasps, turned' the balance in
favor of health.
Neglected consumption does
not exist where Scott's Emul
Promnt use of Scott's Emul
sion checks the disease while it
can be checked.
Send lor Irce uinjilt.
SCOTT Si I10WNE, Chcroltti,
Henry Bailey tool; chiuge of tho
hotel lately occiiDiod bv Win. Beeves.
Wo undot stand that Mr. Bueves goes to
Claieiico Guy went to Fruukliu to
attend school at that place.
rrof. date's sister is teaching in
Guide Bock in place of Miss Small wood.
MissSmallwood being at homo with her
mother who was cripped by a fall
Klmer Button returned fiom Lincoln
and vicinity wheie ho has been woik
ing for Homo months as engineer for
J, A. Sheely moved into the Signal
building, this week.
Rufus Largont is cutting his crop of
bioom com. It is good.
W. 11. Baieiis and J Vance weie over
to Mr. Baicus. faun, Mi nday, and
bioughtover some apples. They' say
llui linna urn full nnd nice. It it) II lino
Hanv McConnal is hauling oil old
com by tho cur load to make loom for
tho now crop, which is bee.
Coivin and Baroti? sold Wm. Mon
tgomery's residence to Mr. Beeves of
Guide Ujck. It is thought that Mr.
Montgomeiy will eicct a uew house.
Corn is ripening up nicely.
Mr. Dunbar anil family, brother of
John Dunbar of Guide Bock, arrived
tholiistoj tho week. Ho expects to
make this bis future home.
S J Walker and family ai rived in
Guide Bock this week and moved in
their new homo lately purchased of W.
11 Baicus. They seem well pleased
Below we give a partial list
of the books we have
on hand at present?
Arabian NIkIiik (3) New tut HevUctl Killtlon
The Fortuncn of Nigel .. fccott
Ivanhoe...- . ...ocott
llcyontl the City (3) A. Conm Doyle
btriWKe bccrcU A. Couau Uoylo
All Sorts ana Conditions of Men -
. .. Decant and Ulco
Jct. . .-KJwarda
KulKlit Krrant I.yall
lloppo tho Conttcrlpt Anthony Trollops
Chicot the .loHter ...... .-.. Iiinnaa
Counter ilo Clinrii) ......Duma
I.oo nnJ Uuert) -.. Duinni
Thu Conscript DuinaH
Vlcoiuto do llraKcloiine ...... llumaa
CouMielo . .. ... J
The OoiintChh of lttldoUtmlt ........... and
Indiana . . SHild
Kanchou the Cricket .Mid
Deldeu - Wardeu
Confcssloiih of an KuKllt.li Opium i:atcr .
Gold KIlu Marlltl
ADaiiKhUrol llcth .. lllack
Tho Kmntlernmen (81 Almard
Thu Ulltlii'dnle Komaiicu . Hawthorne
409 415 fcarl falreet, New York, with UlOlr I1CW 1IOI110.
5'X and ft 00, all druggiitt.
Unrda - Kbcri.
i'llKrhu'N I'roKrcKK - Huun
Tho Dccnmlirii -.. . "" t-'alno
llnmphro Clinker Miiollot
Corlnne '"' stael
1'arlH Sketch Hook. . ... Thackeray
Tho Man Who Was liood Men lok
Jack Horner Mar) H Tleriiiiu
Hoino-ello - MaryS TUrnan
Vowllandcri - 'rl'0H ilnt,iy
Tho Dulro of the E)ch Grant Allen
Not in the rroipcctu . . Duuforth
ltamiintch - J'01'
A New Note - - McMahon
DraRoiiH Itcih -- Serrano
Tho Cedar Mar Mann
TliuCrjkial llulton TIioiiibh
Oiu? of these books will
be given with every dollar
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
$3 on subscription you get
three books, etc. E,or every
dollar you pay on subscrip
tion you get one of these
Come in and get
one before they
ar all gone.
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