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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1902)
VOLUME XXX. RJ31) CLOUD, N 1SI8KASKA, O.MH13K . ti)()2. NUMIStilt JIS
Now, just when you commence to feel the need of
warmer materials for fall and winter garments, our
stock of them is at its best. :;:'
More complete, as to variety; more attractive, as
to pattern, than ever before : : : ' :
: : : In 2A Pattern
S.'..)ti-ii KiiiMM-l-, in I'l'un 1 i, per
h -mtu-l-, lit p li in I'omi -, per Jiild
K ifr Kl-iti 1 !, pej inrtl
Metallic e!v , )V in
(' if -i.ti il 1 li u
The New Cloaks are here. The best values ever
offered the buying public of Red Cloud and vicinity.
A few descriptions showing values that we are offering:
LADIES' 27-inch garmcnt.bcst AmericanKersey.pearl
buttons, strapped, inlaid with velvet; black and tans;
a coat commonly sold by all dealer at $ ff O
$9.00 to $1000; our price 'd1
LADIES' LONG COAT 45 inches, best American
in Is Kcrsev; black and tan; tun aaun unco;
collar inlaid with velvet,
splendid value at $12.50;
MISSES' LONG COAT American
blue Mercerized lining, velvet; color,
Cloak Department, West Room.
Dress Goods. special values.
Fancies were $1.10 and $1.25. now . 85c
Fancies were .90 now . . 70c
Fancies were .75 now . 55c
One lot of all-wool Suiting. 3S inches wide; a good
value at 60c and 75c; our price . . 47c
Colors green, greys, red, blues, browns, black.
Solid Color Dress Fabrics, in plain weaves in
black, greys, tans, browns, blues, reds and greens
per yard .... 30c to $1.50
52 to 6o-inch Wool Suitings, per yard . 90c to $1.50
Greys, tans, greens, blues, reds and blacks.
Good values at 10c to 40c, in colored novelties.
All goods purchased in this department sponged free
of charge if you wish it.
: : : First Floor Main Room : :
All eligible to'registe
or at my farm, 2 miles sou
Goods Delivered to any part
CITY AGENTS',FOR ADATS EXPRESS CO.
TELEPHONE NO. 52.
Ofi'icagoi- Lumber - Yard.
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30c to 50c
60c to 90c
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strap seams; i?
of the city.
Charges as low as the Lowest
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Coal and Cement.
r. Inquire of M. W. Dickerson
th and 3 miles west of Redl
J. E. JACKSON. i
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Mr. Grant is handing an addition to
is moving onto Mrs.
ilauip Wilsecarver has purchased
new driving horo.
) 11. Wisecurver butchered 11 fat
heel, last Saturday.
Inlin I'avileek is having an addition
limit, to his residence.
(). K. Kanwy is having a well put
down at his residence.
C. M. WiSou was In this vicinity,
Tuesday, vaccinating cattle.
A, Krricksun shipped
a ear load
cattle to Kansas City, last week.
Koy I'liliner spent, last Sunday, near
Inavale, visiting at John Harvey s
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lindgren were
visiting friends in ltud Cloud, last Sun
day. Waldo Crowell was down to Guide
Kick, last Sunday, the guest of Mr.
Miss Anna Jensen who has been visit
ing friends at Hlair Nobr. camo homo
H. (i Lewis has enmo back from his
eastern trip, where he did net succeed
in finding a place to suit him.
Mrs. Mnry Heun returned from To
peka, Kansas, last Friday, where she
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. S.
K. Kelly, for the past month.
More, rain and peoplo want to see
C. E, Hicks contemplates going to
Stockman (loodels shipped out a car
of cattle, Sunday.
I'd Hofl'uiau was married, Wednes
day, In lied Cloud.
Are you going to the Street Fair,
Hasting, nest week.
A France transacted business
James McCoy went to Campbell,
Monday, to do somo trading
V. II Hoffman was oil' again, the
first of this week, on u trade.
B. II Cox spent several days in
Omaha returning Monday ovoning
Kov Wolf moved into the Congreg
ational parsonage, the first of this
Miss Stewart, who wont with hor
istcr, to the Mack Ilills.somotimongo,
D. S Phelps is taking a few day's
lay oil" and is spending his timo at
Roslnnd and at Hastings.
Mr. Colo from Laworonco camo over
Monday, to look over somo proporty
W. II. Hofrnian offered to trado.
The postmasters son Radford has
boon quito sick, tho past ton days, but
wo are glad to soo him on the street
Two young men, ropsesonting tho
church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints, held meotings in tho Congreg
ational Church, tho first f this weok.
Tho freight train goes west now at
10-:i0a, 111. this suits tho peoplo along
tho lino and is qulto a relief to tho
James Saunders and wife nttonded
the funeral of Clarenco Fill wider, who
died nt University place, where he was
George Spicknall and wifo leave,
Saturday, to visit frlonds, in Indiana,
aad will then go on to tho CJ. A. u. re"
union at Washington D.C.
Albert Waullo and wife will leave,
tho last of tho week, for Washington,
D. O., they oxpect to be gono about
sixty days and will visit frlonds, in
Items of Interest as
Repotted bv Chief
Reporters at Several
N'ew York and Michigan, before they
A II. Aleanler put a new side walk
in front nf his vacant lot 011 main
street. This is a groat improvement
to the eas'side of the street There
lire one or two more places to lie tilled
in 11 ii I then ltliuleii will have good
walks on Main street, if she is a dry
Dr. Nraiiklin of lllue Hill was here
on business, Tuesday evening.
Miss Edith Story is very happy over
the gilt of a new organ, by herpnronts.
.John Malich came, Tuesday morning,
from Iowa, where he has been working
tho imst year
Miss Lucile l'utman commenced her
school work in the Sprinkle district,
Were are glad to Junto that '.Mrs.
Ko.iher has so far inmrovod as to be
The sale at V. V- Deal's, last Tuesday
was well attended and things brought
a fair price
Miss Maggie Kitcliey was on tho sick
list, last week and unable to attend to
her school duties at, Eohley.
Mr. and Mis. T. Ten man of lied
Cloud spent Sunday with the hitters
parents Capt and Mrs. Blaine.
Clias and Leunie Hill camo down
from IJItio Hill, Tuesday, for a short
visit with relatives and friends.
Fred Uillington has commenced the
erection of a new dwelling house 011
the corner east of Mr. Denney's.
I'M Hill has taken Fred Hilliugtou's
place on the cream route while Mr.
Uillington is building his house
Somo of our sports took advantage
of the expiration of the chicken law
and went out hunting, Thursday.
Mrs. H ibert Strador and children
expect to leave, Friday, for an extend
(! visit with relatives in Missouri
From tho sounds issuing from the
I) of II- Hall last, Saturday night we
should judge thatsonieonowas explor
ing the mysteries of the order.
Scott Smith came back, Saturday,
from a visit with his parents, in Kansas
Whllo there ho purchased a now buggy
and driving horso so watcli out.
Miss Martha Harris who lias been
visiting Mrs, Henry Keonoy for some
timo lias gono to Taylor, Nebraska
to visit with tho family of Kov. Deakin
Miss Nillio Engstrom went east on a
visit to hor hor brother.
Charles Throckmorton is duo in Red
Cloud tho last of tho weok
Hain, ltnin, how it did rain last woek)
creeks 011 tho boom and soil all a float
Mrs. Cieorgo Henrbsleo, wo aro glad
to learn, is much better than when she
Dug Davis and family woro grapo
picking and calling on Mr. Shannon
and family lately,
John Ueardsleo Is tho boss broncho
breaker of this locality and now has
a fine team of drivers.
Mr Field and wifo of Lebanon, and
1'k'nand wifo and family, Sundayod
with Mr Vork's family.
Tho roads aro again in nood of ro
pairs, botween horo and everywhere,
owing to tho recent rains.
Tho recent high water took away tho
south end of Mr Davis's catch all and
now John Wagoner has more soil.
Hen Gibson is building something
between times as tho sound of tho
hammer Is not heard at all times
Mr Logan is busy plowing for .vlnut
but he is also spoiling our road, to
Sunday school, through the half mil
I. II Hoiigtaling took a cow and three
steors to Kansas City, last Monday, for
sale but has not as yet reported at
Mr Shannon enllodonCharlcsThrook.
morion, a week ago last Sunday, but
found that young man hud gone, (o
visit his host gtrl , so ho had to visit
with Mr Wagoner and family.
About twenty Wolfes from Red Cloud
took posessionof Mrs. John Wagoner's
premises last Sunday while she was at
chiirh and on her ret urn gave her a
grand birthday surprise All report, n
good time mill wish many return of the
Kov. A. W. Cortner proached, the
closing sermon for the present year,
last Sunday, to 11 large audience from
the text "Fight the good light or fttllli,
lie left for annual eonferoiteo Wednes
day morning. Wo nil hope lie will bo
returned to this circuit again.
A 1 Siaby reports tho time between
showers rather short to finish a whole
thrashing, and the ground (00 soft,
after the setting is done, to move with
(he engine and has to call 011 the farm
ers and their teams to pull both steam
er anil thresher, to a new place,
Mr. Baker, tho new barber, will bo
ready for bussiness, wo aro told, by
Harry Urubakor of Willow Creek
was attending to business matters in
John liogan contemplates moving to
Guide Kock. All good peoplo want to
come to Guide Kock to live.
A largo acrcago of whftit is being
sown, in Heaver and Stillwator town
ships, this fall. The ground is thor
oughly soaked and In flue shape.
Mr. Vaughan, brothor of C. E Vang
ban, bought tho Jud Hailey, KM aero
farm north oust of Guide Kock Let.
them coino there is still more room.
Thu'now Methodist minister, Kov.
Proistly of Uladen, has moved horo
and the Kcv. Wolf has gone to Bladen
Mr. I'reistlyissaid to bean able minist
er. Mr. Salsmau brought In two loads of
corn, Saturday, which ho sold for .'l.'i
cents per bushel. His corn is running
10 bushels per acre and at, !V cents
gives pretty good pay for raising corn
The demand for good houses to rent
exceeds tho suply. Every house is
occupied and more aro wanted. Who
will coino to tho front and build a few
good houses, they would be good in
vestments for any man.
Mr. Cathcart and family of Iowa, aro
looking af tor their farms and oncldont
ally renewing old nquiiintancos. Mr.
Cathcart has .'120 acres of land, two and
a half miles north west of town on
which ho isorecting a now barn. Joseph
Crow is ovorsoring tho work-
Eight cents a pound Is
what a young woman paid for
twelve pounds of flesh.
She was thin and weak and
paid one dollar for a bottle of
Scott's Emulsion, and by tak
ing regular closes had gained
twelve pounds in weight before
the bottle was finished.
Eight cents a pound is
;heap for such valuable ma
.erial. Some pay more, some
ess, some get nothing for
.heir money. You gut your
money's worth when you buy
We will scud you a little
SCOTT & 150WNE, Chemists,
.109 Pearl Street, New York,
50c. and $1.00 ', all druggists.
We have just opened
that will take pleasure
in show-Hip; you.
In Parlor Lamps wo have 11
very nice 0110 for $1 00
A beauty for J.50
An elegant, Lump for 2.00
An extra good crnt nil draft . 3 50
A Perfect Gem for 7.50
Common Lump from 25c to 1 .00
Special bargains in lastyoir's left
overs Coino and soo us.
C L. COTTING
Mo 10 rain and cool went her.
Koy Uust visited with Morgan li)avlH,
Mr and Mrs. Kobort Hicks visltvlodnt
Al Dockers, last Thursday. "
Mr. Law is having his liouso movcY,
a little east of whoro it was.
Will Burdrick has his corn nearlyall
gathered and hauled to market.
Mr. Morso has his now house about
completed and ready for occupancy.
Wo hear thut Ed. McCuuoaud family
will move to Red Cloud in tho near
Henry Sheldon has taken sevon cows,
of Abo Kaley, to bo kept on shares for
Some of the farmers of this vlcinty,
on account of tho wot weather, have
not. et, finished haying.'
Frank llin. from near Cowles has
bought the Trunkoy farm and will
move 011 it in tho spring.
Mr. Cunningham is again able to bo
up and about after two weeks of sick
ness from bilious fever.
Ili-rriiiiiiin anil Krllar.
The late Professor Herrmann, tho
magician, was possessed not only of
great strength In his hands, but of
Biieh skill 11s would enable him to per
form apparent feats of strength which
would bo Impossible to a far stronger
His greatest feat along this lino was
to place two packs of cards together
and tear them across.
A friend of Ills, going Into 11 cafe
with Herrmann, met another frleud
who was accompanied by n quiet look
ing man with a big mustnehe.
The four sat down together, and
Herrmann was at length Induced to
tear two packs of cards In half.
"That," said his admiring friend, "Is
something no other man alive can do."
The quiet man with tho mustache
coolly picked up tho torn packs and
tore the halved sections Into quarter
Then, as the rest glared uniiucdly ut
him, he remarked:
"I forgot to mention my namo Is
It was Herrmann's foremost rival In
tho sleight of hand business.
Hot li Co mi- In iliittlen.
The father was testing his little boy's
knowledge of tho story of Noah, which
ho had carefully rehearsed. The boy
had been thinking hard, and his an
swer to tho first question showed that
ho had at least the virtue of original
ity. "Now," said papa, "can you tell mo
how Noah knew that tho waters had
gono down V
Tho boy hesitated a minute, as If
seeking for proper words to express
himself; then he said:
"Noah know tho waters had gono
down because the dovo camo back
bringing him a pickle."
Olives nnd pickles woro synonymous
terms In the small boy's mind for
things which coino In bottles and
which ho did not like.
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