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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 12, 1902)
It 1ij .iwny with the dark room
Peinntftlovcloping any whole any
time Developing jour tiltus in daj light
gives getter results, us enry to de
vch'P u dozen oxposutes with this
as one expoMitu the old way.
Kxpensof developing nnd opert
and less than half using tho ma
chine. Practrcal Demonstration
September 13 and 20
at 3 o'clock p.m.
All films purchased of us will be
developed froo of charge.
Jewelers and Opticians.
Syecinl In order to induce you to
crll on us and get our prices on
goos we will give a watch free,
Costs you nothing and you may
got the watch.
Girl wanted at City Bakery.
If you want job work of ony kind
call and see us.
Joe Fogcl has somo good light bar
ness which he is soiling cheap.
Mrs. Harvey Dedrick is quito sick, at
her home, southwest of this city.
Save money by U9ing a wator meter
Morhart Bros, will put ouo in for you.
Ludlow Bros, have a quantity of Hno
brick for sale at thoir yards north of
Wo learu that Mrs. Ina Wickwirc is
seriously ill, at her homo, southwest of
If you want an abstract of title to
your land or town lot, call on L. 11.
Fort, in Damerell block.
Next Sunday there will ho services at
tho Kpiscopal church at 10:30 a. m. and
at 8 p. m. Everybody welcome.
Arthur Cozad and wife arrived in the
city, Wednesday, for a visit with relat
ives, previous to their departure for
Jno. Kollog returned, Sunday, to his
home, near this city, from Lincoln
where he has been helping J. W. Wal
lin build a largo house.
Tho work of installing the hot water
hoating plant in Miner Bros, storo was
begun the first of tho week. Frank
Emerick of Blue Hill has the work in
Dress docs not make the person.
Nor docs a clean cxtorior indicate a
clean interior. To bo well, .all organs
of tho body must work in harmony.
Uocky Mountain Tea does this work.
C. L. Cotting.
W. W. Hogate of Hluo Hill was
awarded, fifth prize, on Duroc Jtirsoy
boar, 1 year old and under, at tho siato
fair, last week. W. II. Scott of Blue
Hill received third on Duroc Jersey
boar, under 0 months.
J. H. Hamilton of Guide Bock exhibi
ted some of his lino Poland-China hogs
at tho state fair, last weok, and was
awarded several premiums. Ho was
awarded, fifth on boar 1 year old,
fourth on boar C months old, fourth oh
sow 6 months old, fifth on sow under 0
Tho'ro is at least one institution, ir
this state, which deserves a largo ap
propriation from tho coming session of
tho Legislature, and that is tho Stato
Experiment Station or Farm. The
work on this farm is sadly crippled on
account of lack of proper buildings and
funds to carry on its work.
You will i.u mono than this if you
don't hnv your harness and hardware
of J. O. Butler, next time
-,.'. , p' i:-3tsy3 j . -.
aim d Corn, oats and wheat. W.
0 G Hoit, of Cowies was in tho city,
Beulah Hall went to Hastings,
Cha. Latham of Cowies was in thu
Bud McCune is visiting at the home
of his parents in this city.
O'oarToel w, attending to business
matters i i Guide Bock, Tuesday.
Farms tr. rent, with stock. Inquire
of O W FraiicN. Bed Cloud, Neb.
L E Horhorger is spending the week,
in Hastings, attending the reunion.
For lire, lightning and tornado in
surance see L. H. Fort, in D.unercll
Issac Wilcox, of Kensington, Knnsns,
was a business visitor, to this city,
For a clean, easy shave or an up-to-date
hair-cut, call at Ward Hiatt'a bar
Boss Sellars, who was reported ser
iously 'ill "at Scotts Bluff, Nebraska
J. C. Wolfo and wife are visiting,
this week, with Dcwayen Wolfe south
east of thiscity.
Oscar Provalt, living south of this
city, bought in, Monday, somo very
nice, homo grown peaches.
Why not got one of those good fly
nets for your horse, of Joo Fogol,
while he is selling them so cheap?
Dr, C E Creighton received, Wed
nesday, tho X-Kay machino, which he,
ordered some time ago and it is now
instralled in his office
Bov. Win, Hauptman, of Kearnoy, is
expected to preacaj.in tho Congregat
ional church, next Sabbath and at
Indian Creek in tho afternoon.
Del Turnuro says ono should bo very
careful what they eat or drink, just be-
foro thoy loop-the-loop, but that it is
very inspiring and exhilarating, never
tho less. '
J. K. Wall teturned Saturday
morning, from nn extended visit to the
Pacific coast. Jim expresses himself
as being hotter satisfied with Nebraska
than before he loft.
Dr. Weirick or Dr. Biddilo of Hast
ings will moot eye, car, nnso and
throat patients and tboso needing
glasses fitted in Red Cloud, Friday,
September 10, at Dr. Crcighton's oflicc.
Genuine Uocky Mountain Tea made
by tho Madison Medicint Co., is made
of rare nnd costly herbs not found in
any other preparation, therefor get the
kind you read about. 35 cts. C. L.
S. I. Cozad returned to this city, Sat
urday. Mr. Cozad has been in Lincoln
for somo timo under tho doctors caro.
While looking quite weak and pale ho
believes ho is now in better health than
for somo years.
The work of building tho now brick
addition to Boren Bros, livery nnd feed
barn is progressing rapidly. W. H.
Hurd of Cowies has tho contract for
tho building and needless to say tho
work will bo properly dono.
Jay Popo is roported soriously ill, at
his homo in tho north part of town,
littlo hope was entertained, tho first of
week, for his recovery, but this morn
ing, he is reported to bo slightly im
proved. His trouble is bronchial fever.
J. L. Miner and wife and daughter
Irene left, on tho early Tuesday morn
ing train, for Somerset, Ohio . where
thoy go to attend nn old settlers reun
ion. Somerset is Mr Minor's birthplaco
and this will bo tho first timo in SO
years that ho has been there.
10. D. Hobinson, oxcounty troasuror,
inn i iHm t. rnriirnnn wn Tina nttrr sint.
iii-flnir frnm I .ft f!rn.i.ln SlinL'
Charley says that while ho likes tho
country well enough to livo in, ho does
not like it to do business in. Ho says
also that it requires a largo amount of
capital to do business there as business
is principally on long time.
Services at tho Church of Christ will
bo hold ns usual next Lord's dny.
Preaching at 10;JJ0 a. in. and 8 p. in. by
tho minister, T. A. Meredith. Bible
school at noon, Trace Shoror superin
tendent. Junior C. E.,:)p.ni., Mrs. More
tilth acting .superintendent Prayer
meeting Wednesdnynt 8 p. n. Special
music at morning nnd evening preach
ing services. TVr will make you wel
come. Coniu nnd give us the oppor
Perhaps no quality is moro charac
teristic of tho work of Brooker T
Washington than tho sanity of his point
of view. His article "Problems in.
Education" in tho September Cosmo
politan deals not only with thu work of
Tuskegeo Institute hut with tho educa
tional needs of tho entire colored popu
lation of Hit United S'atos. Tho race
problem is not ono which can ho left to
settle itself, and every thinking man or
woman should rend this valuable con
tribution to a discussion whoso iiu
porlauce will increase rather than
decrease in the yinrs to come.
hy experiment with a.
.paint that is "just as good"
.when you can get the old'
reliable Heath & Millioan
kthat has stood the test for;
'half a century? I have ai
H. E. GRlCli.
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Wanted Dishwasher at the Bon Ton.
Threshing coal at Unity's at from?l 25
to $7 00.
Win Woods of McCook was visiting
in this city, Monday.
Miss Alico Popp, of Lawrence, was
visiting in this city, Saturday.
George Llndsey returned, Saturday,
with his cattle from tho stato fair.
F. Y. Taylor, undertaker anil em
balmcr, opposite Cotting's drug store.
, Georgo Hutchison, of Cowies, wns
transacting business in this city, Snt-i
Mrs. N. S. Rants left, Monday, for
a visit with relatives in Hastings and
J.S White and F. Nowhouso went
to Hasting, Tuesday, to attend tho
I. Shoppardson, of Uivorton, was
attending to business matters in this
Wantkh Horses and cattle to pas
ture, two miles north of Ucd Cloud.
Wanted. A good girl to work. Good
wnges. Enquire of Hubert Neuerbcrg
at depot lunch counter.
Ed. Emigh loaves, this morning for
Omaha whore ho will attend a dentnl
college, tho coming winter.
There were 72 tickets sold, yostordny,
to pooplo who wont, to Hasting, on thu
tho special train, to attend Bingling
Bros, circus. '
Mrs. Cooley returned to her homo,
near Lebanon, Tuosday, after an ex
tended vissit with her daughter, Mrs.
E. C.McCullotigh and wife loft for
thoir homo in Salt Lako City, Utah,
Tuesday, after a short visit with rela
tives in and nonr this city.
Archie Uoddon moved his family to
this city, Thursday, and will make this
city his homo in the future. Ho was
formerly located in Nelson.
Another car load of Stnndard grattu
InUd cano sugar just received at the
Big Store. Moro Sugar for your
money than any where in town. Miner
Fred Gciiach, country commissioner
from tho first district was looking after
tho counties affairs in this city, Tues
day. Incidentally ho wns talking a
When once liberated within your
system, it produces a most wonderful
effect. It's worth ono's last dollar to
feel tho pleasure of lifo that comes by
taking Uocky Mountain Tea. C. L.
Services at tho Methodist Episcop 1
church: Preaching at 11 o'clock a.m.
and 8 p.m. by tho pastor, Uov. M. P.
Dixon; Sunday school, 10 o'clock, L. P.
Albright, superintendent; Junior Ep
worth League, 3 o'clock, Mrs. Bruncr,
superintendent; Ep worth League, 7
o'clock, Mrs. Mitchell, president
A supriso pnrty was given, last Fri
day evening, from 4-30 to 0 oclock, on
little Beulah Uifo, by about thirty of
hor little friends, tho occassiou being
her seventh birthdtay. Refreshments
w'oro served and the evening was spoilt
playing games of various kinds. Tho
littlo folks enjoyed themselves ns only
li'.tlo folks can. Miss Beulah wns tbo
recipiont of a number of beautiful
The township committeemen should
not fail to send tho nnmos of three men
for judges and two for clerks of elect
ion, to tho chairman of the county
central committee, to ho certified up to
thu clerk of tho district court for
appointment. This mutter should be
nttonJrd to lie at once in order that
there will bo no errors mndc and before
the work o' thu campaign becomes to
heavy. These ( lllccs must ho filled at
least twenty days before olection.
Rev. J W. Swan, of Omaha, was in
tho city, Tuesday. Mr Swan is. connect
ed with tho CliilUrcus Aid Sneietj, of
Now York City, thu largest instution of
its kind in thu world. This institution
finds homes for moro children, orphans
or waifs, during tho courso of a year,
than any other .similar institution in
oxistence. Mr Swan and wife will
arrive in tho city, on thu evening of
Soptember !2.th, with a number of
children, ranging in ago from it to l'J,
and on tho morning of September 2Gih
any ono wishing to take ono of thcbu
children may .do so. Mis, Swan, by
tho way, was formerly .Miss Hattiu
McKim and was quite well know in
II F. Wolf of Dcshler was in thl
Judge Dull v of Guide Bock was in
the city, tho llrst of the week.
G. Fell of Blue Hill was in this city,
Monday, coming witlt Frank Emerick
I). It Spauoglo went to Hasting,
Wednesday, to attend the G. A. It.
John Griflith and family were visit
ing, Sunday, at tho home of Will Crahil
northwest of this city.
Mrs Ft nest Moranvlllo nnd children
returned, to this city, Wednesday
Ernest will follow later.
Del and Fred Funiure i (turned, tho
first of tho week, from Chicago, whom
they went to purchase their fall stock"
Dr J W. Moranville and wife return
ed, Wednesday morning, from their
trip to Colorado, when1 thoy had been
for the benclit of tho doctors health.
We understand that there Is to ho a
now stoic opened up in tho building
now occupied by the Clark Marble and
Granite Co We did not learn as to tho
clais of goods to bo earned.
Red Cloud Council No 117 F. A. A
will hold their next regulnr meeting,
Friday, September 'Jtlth, in tho Potter
Hall all members am requested to ho
Thomas Swartz and sister Yoln, of
Oquawka, Illinois, arrived in this city,
Tuesday. Mr. Swartz comes hero with
tho intention of buying himself a homo
and if successful his parents will follow'
There will be an old Bottler's picnic
in Ludlow's grove north of this city,
Thursdny, September 25th. All old
settlers especially invited, also tho
public generally. I. B. Hampton.
Pros. Old Settlers' Ass'n.
A. L. Funk, of Lincolc, a former
school teacher and business mnii, of
this city was on our streets, Tuesday,
renewing old nquaintnncos. Mr. Funk
taught school in this city twenty years
ago. He is now traveling for u whole
sale elr thing house.
Henry Leo left, Tuesday, for Lucas,
Kansas whoro hshns boon subpoenaed,
ns a witness, in a murder case. Harry
is the cheif witness for tho prosecution.
Ho is nlso a witness in a larceny enso
to be tried, at tho same torm of court.
Tho deputy shoriff of Uussol county,
Kansas, was hero Tuesdny morning,
and served the subpoena.
Jtef (tare j
j Carpenters i
are attracting the atten
tion of nearly every one
We have seversl differ
ent styles of
to select from and can
make you PRICES to
fit the kind of house you
we have the
and also a complete line
of the justly celebrated
every way, to give abso
Always bear this, our mitto, in
mind when thinking of booing
WE SAVE YOU MONEY.
EVERY MAN IS
Don't Wear a
Many handsome new styh.-s out for Fall, and we
have them all. No trouble all to be suiled. A man
said yesterday: "This is fine. I have always had
tJouble in finding a hat to suit me, but this time the
first hat I put on was right." Next to him was a man
exactly opposite in build and he was served as quickly.
The variety of styles and shapes makes it easy for any
man to find the hat he ought to wear. You can pay
S1.SO, 92.00, $2.50 or 93.00
for Soft Hats and Derbys and get your money's worth
at each price, the quality of fur and trimmings increas
ing at each figure.
the largest stock of Hats, Shoes, Furnishings, Men's,
Boys' and Children's Clothing ever brought to Red
Look for the Sign
Over the Door.
Gouiden-Haley Glothing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
A Twenty Year
In an Old Line Company is;
the best kind ot lite
kTuo cash value of tho policy At tboj
end 01 tno porion is more mnu
you havo paid.
.Fire, Lightning) Tornado andl
iln tho best Old Line or Mutual
O. C. Teel, Agt.,i
Red Ci.odd, Nkbkaska.
ROOSEVELT IN OMAHA.
Low Rates via Burlington Route
President Roosevelt's visit to Omaha
September 27, during tho Ak Sar-Hon
festivites, will be a gala occasion. A
gorgeous electrical pageant Saturday
evening, September 27, will bo ono
of tho features. This will be repealed
October 2. Tho Ak-Sar-Hen festivites
open this year on September 24 and
continue until October 4. Low raits via
tho Burlington Route ask the agent.
m 9 m
Back to the Old Home.
Tbo Hurlington Route has organized
thu low into of one faro plus $'i for tho
round trip from all points on the It &
M. R railroad to many points in Ohio
and Indiana. Tickets on sale Septem
ber U, 1(1 and '2'.. Cood returning for
.'10 days. Tickets sold via Chicago,
Peoria or St. Louis. Atk the Hurling
ton agent, or write J. Francis, (Juneral
Passenger Agent, Omaha
Northwest In September and October.
Low rates every day via tho Hurling
ton Route to points in the Hig Horn
liusin of Wyoming, in Montnna, Idaho,
Washington, Oregon and Ilritish Co
lumbia. Thu Hurlington will noil one
way tickets at uncommonly low rates
every .lay in Srptenihur and October.
Ask tho nearest Hurlington agent, or
write .1. Francis, (Jenoral Passenger
Manualof Soil Culture.
Sond iiiu a "2 cunt .-tamp and I will
mail you froo a copy of Campbell's
Soil Culture Manual a valuatilo work
that every farninr ought to havo. ,1
Francis, (ieueral passenger agent,
5 What Do 2
: You Bat
Hard to find any J
thing this time of 2
the year ? m
Try some of
that fine bacon 5
which we have and 5
which we are sell- 35
ing so cheap. $
Butchers for Tho I'aouln. ?
j A Complet Line of
J Picture Mouldings,
Parlor Easels, J
Artists' Tube Paints.
J Artists' Easols
Materials for Oil, Water Color and !
Piistitl I'.iiiitimr Kin It l.'l, .,,..... i!
Landscape Studies, Hand-painted
Pictures and Souvenirs, etc , uto. J
Artistic Portraits ana
Frames Made to Order.
4 rouer iiiock, ueu uiouil, ub.
,. .. ....
LOW RATES EAST.
Thro' Tourist Sleepers to Washington.
Thu Hurlington Routo hnfc organized
tho low rato df $31.25 from Red Cloud
to Washington, D. C, nnd roturn for
tho National Encampment, (. A. R.
Tickets onsaleOctober2tor, inclusive
Good returning until Octobor 11, but
extension until Novembor !J, 1002, may
bo secured. Through tourist sleepers
Omaha to Washington, October 4.
Double berth, $3 Ask tho Hurlington
agent, or write, J. Francis, general
passenger agent, Omaha.
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