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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1902)
It does away with tho dark room,
Penults developing auywhcio an-timo-
Developing your films in daylight
Hives Rctter icsults, as oary to tit"
velop u dozen cxposiucs with this
as one exposure the old way.
Expense of developing and opert
and less than half using the ma
chine Practrcal Demonstration
September 13 and 20
at 3 o'clock p.m.
All films purchased of us will be
developed free of charge.
Jewelers and Opticians.
Syeeial In order to induce you to
crll on us and get our prices on
goos we will give a watch free,
Costs you nothlug and you may
got the watch.
Sec J.O. Uutler.
Girl wantod at City Bakory.
Threshing coal at Hoby'satfromll 25
to 17 00.
Grant Turner was in tho city oveH
Hrncn Framo is now at work, lor ulie I
If you want job
call and soe us.
work of ony kind
New turnovor collars at F. Newhouse.
Call and see them.
Miss Elsie Kollison wo understand is
still on tho sick list.
F. A. Swoezy of Blue Hill was a Hod
Cloud visitor, Monday.
When you want a first class horse
blanket go to Butlers.
Walter Kaloy returned, yesterday,
from his visit in Iowa.
Ed. Piatt left, Tuesday
Omaha for a short visit.
Miss Stella Ducker was on the sick
list tho first of tho week.
L. P. Albright and Miss Ethel Hosm
er went to Alma, yesterday.
J.B. Summers Jr. of Blooniington
was in this city, yesterday.
John and Kay Miner of Guido Hock
were in this city, Wednesday.
Get your Delineator of F. Newhouse.
Orders taken for Butterick pattern.
F. V. Taylor, undertaker and em
balmer, opposite Cotting'a drug store.
When once liberated within your
system, it produces a most wonderful
effect. It's worth ono's last dollar to
feel tho pleasure of life that comes by
taking Rocky Mountain Tea. C. L.
Miss Bess Kaloy, arrived in tho city,
the first of tho weok, for a visit with
her brothers C. W-, D. H. and A. U.
Miss Kaloy will go from here to Lincoln
where sbo will niako her homo in the
Dress does not mako tho person.
Nor does clean exterior indicate a
clean interior. To bo well, all organs
of the body must work in harmony.
Rocky Mountain Tea does this work.
C. L. Cotting.
Services at the Motbodist 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 League, .'J o'clock, Mrs. Brunei-,
Miperintondont; Kpworth League, 7
r'eloek, Mrs. Mitchell, president
A Twenty Year
In an Old Line Company is;
the best kind ot hie
' l'lin cash valuu of tho policy at tho;
end of the puriou Is moro llian
you havo paid.
Fire. Liohtnine, Tornado andl
i the boot Old Lino or
C. Teel, Agt.,i
llKl Cl.OL'l), NkIMUSKA
Wanted Dishwasher at the Hon Ton.
Watitcd-Corn, oals and wheat V
Mhs iJessie Pucker
Alma for a short vhit.
Tho new turnover collarsat F. New
house . Call and see them.
Dr Damerell and Mr Hoien weie in
Mine Hill the litst of the week.
Nato 1'lalt U again the chelf pusher in
the Piatt and Freel umber yaid in this
0. P Scott of Unwind was looking
after business matters in this city, Wed
nesday. For lire, lightning and tornado in
suranceseu L. H. Foil, in P.uneroll
Dr .1. F. Hradshaw of Superior was
lenewingold acquaintance:! in this city,
For a clean, easy shave or an up-to-date
hair-cut, call at Ward Hiatt's bar
A M. Walters of liliiu Hill was at
tending to business matters in this city,
(Jeorgo Coon has begun tho erection
of a dwelling house on what was tho
Next Monday is tho lact day on
which real cstato taxes may bo paid be
for advertising them.
For a strictly first class harness,
heavy lap robe or heavy horso blankot
you havo to go to Butler.
If you want an abstract of titlo to
your land or town lot, call on L-. 11.
Fort, in Damorell block.
fciank Hadloy returned to this city,
the lirst of tho week, after an absonco
of somo months, in Missouri.
Homer Shorwood and wifo returned,
Monday morning from their trip to Cal
jfornla and tho Pacific coast
Feed Temple and Hugh Ileal wont
Omaha. Thursday mornincr to tak in t
Might of tho Aksarben, festivities.
E. H. Marshall, secretary of the Un
ion Fire Insurance Co. was hero the
first oflho weok settling up some losses.
Rev. Maudus Barrett of Cresco Iowa
will preach in tho Congregational
Church next Sabbath morning and
evening and at Indian Creek in after
Mrs. Charles llazolton and children
of Kansas City, arrived in tho city tho
first of tho week for a visit with friends.
Otto Kessol of MarhL'head, Illinois,
arrived in this city, last Sunday and
will make bis hoir.e in this county in
Will Shouso who has been with Harry
Sowtor for somo timo left, luesday,
for Hastings whoro ho has sccurtd a
Tho base ball nine of tho high school
of this city went to Superior this morn
ing to play a game with tho Superior
high school nino.
Miss Albert and Mrs. Emma Hictson
of Rockford Illions are visiting in this
city this week with tho latters sister
Mrs. Harry Stroup.
Mrs. Thomas Euiigh and son Claude
left, yesterday morning, for Omaha
whero thoy expect to make their homo
for the next few years.
Tho largest car ot furnituro that over
came into tho Republican valley un
loaded by Albright Bros, this week
Nothing in tho their store.
J. W. Wallln returned to his home
north west of this city, yesterday, from
Lincoln, whero has just completed tho
erection of a largo dweling bouse.
J. II. Smith was in Naponeo and
Blooinington all of last week settling
up insurance looses and incidentally
doing somo other insurance business.
Georgo Wilson and wifo arrived to
this city, last Friday, for a visit with
Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs, G.
W, Baker and also with other relatives.
Wm. Parkes and wifo loavo this
morning for Galena, Kansas, whoro
thoy go for a visit with tho family of
Samuel Parks aud thoy will also visit
with Mrs. John Parks in Cartcrsville
Missouri, before they return to their
home in this city.
Carl Person U now tho solo properitor
of tho second hand sloio, ho having
iniu'lwisi'd tho intoicst aud good will
ol Mr. KiHiyou in the business. Ho will
continue, at the old stand, to handle a
most compluto stock of nc w and second
furniture, stoves, 110.7 sowing machines
and etc. When wanting anything in
his lino give him a call, ho will always
treat you courtiously.
John Jesscn, the origional oil man of
this city but who is now with tho1
Economy Socioty of Pennsylvania, Is-f
Vlsllllig mil iiiimui I" uus ciij, uuiiu
talks very entertainingly of tho sociuly
and speaks in terms of praise of John
Dus, who is at the head of tho society,
anil who also was formerly a eitiziii of
this county. Beyond looking a liit.o
older Mr. Jusnen looks and uoUllko tl.o
sumo Jld John of former days.
r hy experiment with a)
(paint that is "just as good"?
(when you can get the old)
reliable Heath & MillioanJ
rthat has stood the test for)
(half a century? I have a?
H. E. GRICF. 5
GENERAL CITY NEWS.
Minnio S. Smith arrived in tho city,
yesteulay morning from Wymore, for
a short visit at tho omo of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Smith.
Hubert Neuerbuig, the depot Ircstua'
rant man is rejoicing over tho at rival
of a lino largo baby girl, which evepf
oeciued last Sunday morning.
Mrs.L H. Fort and daughter Nettie
aro taking in tho nights of Ak-Sar-Ueii
Canival. in Omaha this wetk, tho
guestu of Charles Fort.
Hcrt Augden left, Thursday morning.
for Ills llOlllU ill IIIvsi.i Viilirnabn.
Iptfrt has been -in tho employ of Kite
mm ivuoii ior somo time.
Mrs. S. Sch wni m, who has been visit
ing here for some time expects to leave,
tho lirst of tho week, for her homo in
The city now has on hand a car load
of good paving brick which it is selling
to citizens at what thoy cost city. Tho
brick cost tho city delivered at the
depot hero, td.2r, per thousand.
Congressman Walter I. Smith of Iowa
will speak in this city October 7th. Mr.
Smith lias a national reputation as a
speaker and tho people aro promised a
treat. So como out and hoar him and
don't forget tho date.
to look after
our interests in Webster and adjacent
bounties. Salary or commission. Ad
dress. The Victob On. Company
SMITH VS. SMITH.
Trouble among the Smiths.
Smith ran away with Smith's daught
er and Smith ordorcd Smith anestcd at
Smith Center. Lator Smith ni rested
at Smith Conter and Smith ordered
Smith released at Smith Center. Tho
first Smith that solves this Smith Smith
problem wo will give a threo months
subscripition to tho Chief free.
flardw e j
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
and GUARANTEED, in
every way, to give abso
Always bear this, our 111 itto, in
mind when tliiukini! of buviui;
J, I) Watthaiu of Louisville was in
the city tills week looking for land 111
this vicinity with a vel.vof purchasing.
Another car load of Standaid granu
lated eanu sugar just leculved at the
uig sioie. Moio sugar for your
money than any wherein town. Miner
Grant Mct'arland, a former Red Cloud
ousiuos man but now of Omaha, came
to the city, the lirst of the week, called
here by the sickness of his mother aud
finds her recovering slowly.
Frank Graves, an old time Red Cloud
boy, arrived in this week, Saturdny for
a visit with liis mother Mrs. Joseph
Graves, andjalso look up, incidentally a
farm that he may rent for the coming
Genuine Rocky Mountain Tea made
by the Madison Mediciuw Co., is made
of raie and costly herbs not found 111
any other picparatiou, therefor get the
.kind you lead about. 35 cts. C. L.
Noticed to Debtor?, Having dlsolvcd
our partnership and wishing to straight
en up our books us soon a poslile,
those knowing themselves to be indent
i'tl us, will please to call and settle their
accounts as soon us poible. Riki: and
R. B. Fulton and wife of this city and
son Willis, of Riveitou, left Tuesday
morning, for LcRoy, Kansas, whore
they will visi t with relatives for a
short time. They also expect to take
in, boforo they return, tho Kansas State
G. A. R reunion held In Wichita-
At the colt shew, which was held at
Charles McKelghan's last Saturday
lieorgeAniack was awarded 1st on shir
colt, Bert Tenant 1st, on nil purpoi
colt, and A. B. Wiggius 1st on tnulo
Crooked Creek has at last turned its
course and now runs over at tho foot
of tho hill on which stands Govonor
Gather's grove and home, this loaves
Georgo Lindsey'a iso houso high and
dry, Charley Kaley's pond is also somo
distance from tho creek. It is not
known yet what action will bo taken
with regard to it.
Galon Lewis returned, Tuesday from
a trip through the Carolinas and other
southoru states, whero ho had been
looking up a home. Mr Lewis sold his
homo in this county a short timo ago
and we predict it will be but a short
time, if ho leaves this county beforo ho
will return. Wo should bo sorry to
havo Mr. Lewis loavo us for good and
Not Doomed For Life.
"I was treated for threo years by
good doi'tors," writes W. A. Greer,
McConnellsville, ()., "for piles, and
fistula, but, when all failod, Bucklcn's
Arnica Salvt- cured mo in two weeks."
Cures burn-:, bruises, cuts, corns, sores,
eruptions, suit rl-oum, piles or no pay
25c at C. L. Cotting'.s drug store.
APStorr of Henry Clay Dean.
A good story la related of Ilenry
Clay Dean, tho famous orator of a
generation or so ago. Mr. Dean was
generally referred to as "Henry Clay
Dean ot Iowa" oven long after he had
established a homo In Missouri. He
explained bis change of habitation In
this way: "You see, they passed a ne
farious prohibition law In Iowa, and
there's your whisky gone. Then they
abolished capital punishment, and
there's your hanging gone, and now
the whole population seems to be
drifting toward Unlversallsm, and
there's your hades gone. I can't live
In a Btato that has neither hades,
hanging nor whisky." Argonaut
Dad Hand Made lllm Moner.
When Lord Curzon wns at Oxford,
ho wrote an abomlnablo baud. One
day ho penned two letters, oue of them
to a relative and ono to a chum with
whom ho always discussed tho faults
of their respective relations, and ac
cidentally put theso letters into the
wrong envelopes. Ho was about to
write a profound apology to bis rela
tive when bo received tho following
note from him: "Can't read a word of
your four pages, but guess you want
somo money, you young rascal." In
closed was a Bank of England note for
a good amount
The hardest worked washerwomen In
tho world aro tho Koreans. They have
to wuuh about a dozen dresses for
their husbands, aud they bnvo plenty
to do. Tho washlug Is usually done In
cold wnter and often In running
streams. Tho clothes are pounded
with paddles until thoy shine like a
shirt front fresh from a laundry.
WIIIIlIK to Help.
"You havo wounded me," ho sadly
said as ho rose from his knees
"wounded 1110 so deeply that I shall
"Walt," sho said, picking a book off
the table. "Let mo see what 'First Aid
to tho Injured' savs to do In such n
case us yours." ,
Grew Too Pant.
Llttlo Tommy when told that ho was"
' growing fast answered:
"les; too fast. 1 think they water
mo too much. Why, I havo to tnko a
bath every morning!" Exchange.
A Fault I'l ml or.
"You were always n fnult finder,"
growled tho wife.
"Yes, dear," responded the husband
meekly, "I found you."
Should not forget that we carry the
Finest Line of up-to-date Shoes in
this city. In fact WE are the only
concern that handles a real fine line
of Shoes. What WE inean by this is:
A good fitting fine finished, stylish
Men's Shoes. The Selz Royal Blue
are the Best Shoes for the money in
The World. Next comes the Perfects
at $3 OO. Selz Kangaroo $2 75.
Magnet Calf $2 50. The Enterprise
at $2 OO. The Top Notch at $1 75.
In Working Shoes WE lead them all
in the Vindicator and Liberator at
51 75 and the
WHEN YOU WANT SHOES,
DON'T MAKE A MISTAKE
BUT WEAR A SELZ.
A New Nobby Line
of Hats and Suits
Now Ready to Show
Couiden-Kaley Clothing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
1 TORPRE - BROS. I
1 Cash Store, I
jJJ Leaders in Low prices with High Class Goods. yjf
2; Our Stock is larger than ever, with values better. I(W
fl? . ifc
$ Our Shoe Stock
2; Is the Largest in Webster county with jj
fL values that defy compition. We will J?
m save you from ioc to 25c on every pair. W
(f - tf
VS We are showing a nice line of Ladies' iljf
W coats, capes, wraps, &c. Also a Nice ij
ff Line of Skirts that will please you. ty
JJ A Warm Line of Furs and tf
S Prices Warmer. All 5g
j New and Up-to-date.
I Outing Flannels! t
to Best values in Outing Flannels ever 6ffered 5,
m 6, 7, 8 and iocts; everyone is worth fully 2c
h more than WE are asking. Clark's
n Thread, 3 cents per spool. VP
m 20 lbs Uust Granulated Sugar $1 00 Jjj
m 3 lb Can Solid Tomatoes ioc a:
(ijV Hering prepared in mustard, in bulk, per pint. . ioc
i Mustard in Fancy Dishes, regular ioc packages, 5c (JJ
(0 6 bars White Russian Soap 25c
to 6 bars Lenox Soap 25c ft
W 7 bars Silver Leaf Soap 25c l
to 7 bars Heats'em-all 25c ft
to 6 bars Santa Claus Soap 25c W
i!i 6 bars Diamond C. Soap 25c f
;f 6 bars Swift's Pride Soap 25c W
;. fc jf
Scalper at $1 50.
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