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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1902)
It does tiwiiy wild tlic :ti k mem
l'citiiiti dt vi'lfpinjr anvheic any
time l)i vclonlnn jour lilins in ilnln
ives itcr ic-nit-, I'nry t de
velop :t il zi'ii cxpiMiies with this
as one t'xpimtni' the old vviv
Kicti'.pnf ili'Vi'l'Hiini: und urn it
mul leu than liilf u-ing tins 111:1
chino Practrcal Demonstration
September 13 and 20
at 3 o'clock p.m.
AH lilm pun liui'i! nf 111 uil 1 1
developed f"'" "' l li'i'H''
Jewelers and Opticians.
Syecinl -In order to induce yon to
ctll on us and get our pii-'es on
goos we will give a watch free,
Costs you nothing and you may
pot tlio vvutrh
Sue .J. U Butler
I. SliuppaiiKon of Ilivcrton was in
this city, Wednesday.
John Knight of Innvale was a l!rd
Cloud visitor, Monday.
Mr--. A. L. Funk, u former resident of
this eity, was visiting friends heio.
Mrs. Bortlui Kioclove and Miss (5tr:
rude Kaley spent Suiul:i in Insivale.
Mis Kraust Welsh left, Tim. sdtiy, for"
a visit with lela'ives in lVnnylvania.
(cm go L. Day of Supciior, Republic
an candidate, for statu senator was in
the city, Tuesday.
If you want an abstract of title to
your land or town lot, call on L. li.
Fort, in Daniel ell block.
For a strictly liist class harness,
heavy lap robe or heavy hor.su blanket
' you luivo to go to Butler.
Robert Mitchell left, Thursdays morn,
ing for Chicago where he goes to '.tend
tho Rush Medical school.
Mi. and Mrs. Kiigeno Hunter of
Rivcrton visited at the homo of Mrs. A.
A. Pope, the lirst of the week.
Wm. Konn and wifu expect to leave
in (i short time for California, where
they will make their home in the
Wilson Menn9 of Oklahoma arrived
here, thelfirst of the week, for a visit
with his father, Andy Means, living
north west of the city.
Hal Hooper of Oxford has taken tho
position, in (Jotting's drug storo, recent
ly held by A. B. Hiutorlong who has re
signed and gone to Omaha.
Rev. Brunn, of tho Episcopal church
of this city is rejoicing over tho arrival
of a tine largo baby boy, at his home,
which event occured last Monday.
Services tit tho Episcopal church
- every Sunday at 10-30 a.;m. and at 7-30
p. m. Holy comunion every first Sunday
in each'uionth. Every ouo welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moranvillo and
Miss Mario Moranvillo returned last
Fridav from their trip to Salt Lake City
where they have boon for tho past
Morris Stern has sold his saloon
business in this city to J. P. Broderson
of Magnoketa, Iowa. Mr. Stern and
Mr. Broderson left, Saturday, for
Omaha to complete tho arralngmenta
4 for the transfer of the property.
Services at the Methodist Eplscop 1
church: Preaching at 11 o'clock a.m.
and 8 p.m. by the pastor, Ber. M. P.
Dixon; Sunday school, 10 o'clock, L. P.
Albright, superintendent; Junior Ep
worth League, 3 o'clock, Mrs. Bruner,
superintendent; fipworth League, 7
o'clock, Mrs. Mitchell, prosident.
A Twenty Year
In an Old Line Company is
tne Best kiuu 01 111c
The cash value of tho policy at the,
enu 01 the porioa is more man
you havo paid.
Fire, Lightning, Tornado andi
,In the best Old Line or Mutual'
;0. C. Teel, Agt.i
i K ,u Cloud, Nkbrasca.. j
ThrLNiinK coai !lt Koby'sat from SI 2."i
to ST 00.
U'ui'nl Coin, on' and wheat W
Al Newell of Ni'Uoii wn. in this pit,
If mi want job work of nny kind
cm 1 1 and .('( us.
Newtiiiunveri'iilltilsnt K. N'evliou
'.'all and ee lliein.
hen M' waul si lltst class hoie
blanket gn tn Butler.
The new tin novel' colhirat V. New
lnuie . Cad and see tlieni.
Mis'i i'.va Hcimel!, was In town today
renewing id 1 aipiiilntniices.
(ii't jmii Di'lini'iitnr of F. Newhmi'i'
)id is tai.i'ii fni lltiitriick pattern.
F V. 'Iiivlur, undertaker .ml em
bittnii, i.ppoiti (Jotting's iliug store.
A'loiney (ii.) ,M r inter f Kin-rloii
vnin the ei'y city 11 few day. this
Inr tin, lightning nml turii'iitu In
siuaneesee I, II. Fori, in Dauiuiell
Km a clean, easy shave or an up-to-date
hair-cut, call at Ward lliatt's bar
S. E. Robinson of (Juido Rock was
looking after business matters in this
By Slieppardson of Rivorton was at
tending to business matter?, in till
(rant Bailey, son of .1. II. Bailey,
who recently broku his arm, is again
able to attend school,
J. W Baldwin of Alma is in the city
and will work on the Boren Bros, brick
addition to their lively stable.
Mrs. F. E. Coble leaves this morning
for Ames; Oiklohouin, where she ex
pects to remain during this winter.
Aitliur Coad and wife left, Thurs
day cveing, for Santa Anna, Califor
nia, where they will make their homo,
11 the future.
Mrs I'uitnos is having 11 large barn
built 011 licifiii 111 The ; Part ties boys
are workers and are doing well uticl
Colonel Ladd of Invvale left, Thurs
day nimning tor Washington, 1). C,
where he goes to attend the National
C. A. R. encampment.
Another car load of Standard granu
laud cane sugar just leceived at the
Big Stote. M010 Sugar for your
money than any wherein town. Miner
Mrs. E. J Overing Sr. loaves Sunday
evening for Oniahu and from there she
expects to'go to Grand Island to a meet,
ing of the Grand Lodge of the Degree
Mr Vanwort, the htreot commission
er, is replacing all street crossings wit li
now material. Guide Rock is up-to-dato
in .tho way of good streets and
SALEMEN WANTED to look after
our interests in Webster nnd adjacont
counties. Salary or commission. Ad
dress. Thk Victok Oil Company
Mel Sherman returned to his home in
this city, Wednesday, after an extend
ed tour through the Dakotas and Man
atoba, where ho has 'kboon working in
tho intorest oi tho Champion Binder
Ralph Popo arrived in tho city, Sat
urday for a visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George P,opo. Ralph is now
an ensign in Uo U. S. navy and has
boon in tho Phillipiues Islands for the
Herbert Cook came home, from
Chicago, Sunday evening, to havo his
mother nurso him whilo ho nursed a
boil. Herbert has a position, in tho
transportation department, ot Armour
and Co's Chicago offices.
.Noticed to Debtors; Having disolved
our partnei shin and wishinc to strRicht.
,4n up our books as soon as possible,
those knowing themselves to be indebt
ed as, will please to call and settle their
accounts as soon as poslble. Rife and
L. H. Bust and wife- returned to their
home in this city the first of the week
after an extended tour of the west.
Pap, as he is familiary know, says that
he dad a nne trip and met many
Webster county people who had left
hero in years gone by.
A caucus of the Republican voters of
Batin precinct is called to meet in the
Harris school house, on Saturday, Oct
ober 4th, at 2 p. m. to nominate precinct
officers and to transact such other busi
ness as may properly como beforo tfc-v
caucus. Rout. Habri Com.
Mr. Bennett and family, of Boavor
township, who havo just returned from
a visit in Colorado Springs, started
Wodnosday, for Concordia, Kansas, to
spend 11 fow wooks with relatives und
friends. Mr. Bonnett doos not think
much of Colorado Springs as u health
Mrs. M. M. Stern was genuinely sup
rised, Monday evening, by a number of
her lady friends. Mrs. Storn expects to
loavo in a short time for tho east and
tho ladies took this opportunity and
treated her to a supriso party. The
evening was spent in playing gams
and various amusenionts. All report
having bad a merry evening.
GENERAl CITY NEWS.
lr iru Pace Is Htt ing up 111 - redd
once, in the west of towinind will move
I'M. Burr is repairing the feed jnuls,
west ol town, and will soon begin ft !
ing for the winter
Unfits I .urgent is cutting bis crop nf
bloom corn lie has CD acios which is
said to be very line
il I). Anderson und wife weie in
town. Tuesday. John says he has
about two months threshing to do vet
We notice the Ivilidclier Jboys nn
hauling lumber and uudci-stuml they
are building n large barn, They are
Using thice teams to do tho hauling
K. S Curlier and family were up,
from the llubb, shaking hands ;iiul
visiting their tniiny friends Ed snjs
lie likes to get back homo once in u
Man ltd, Wednesday afternoon, at
the Irli Avenue lintel, Ed. llollinan of
Bliidiu to Miss Ella Ovei'stiiel of
Euieka tunings Arkansas, Judge I.W.
lldsoit tying the knot.
Tho Molor Barber College, Omaha,
Neb , vvuits men to learn baiber trade,
stonily practice, iiiaiilied teachers, dem
onstrations, etc, ate tho advantages
Complete outfit of tooN, given uach
graduate, hnutd included. Catalogue
explaining an mailed (rue.
(ieoigu Linuiey is tlio youngest son
ol .1. O. Lindley, the resturaiit man, of
this city and is well ami favonully
known in this comunity. He is honest
and is a young man of sterling worth
The bride is daughter of Mis Ed. Hill,
residing near Cnwles, and has boon a
resilient of this County for a number of
years und is lughdy respected by thoes
with whom she has eunie in contact.
Last Wednesday morning while going
fiom thollolland House to the street
oar Mrs H. A. Howard fell and brjke
her right aim. It sceim that she did
not know of the stops which had been
put at the edge of the side walk, 1101 of
tho guiding of the stied, and supposed
that tho distance from the side walk to
the street was the same as formerly
and.eonsiiMienlly ini-judgect tlio dis.
tiince. She had intended going to
Oniahi. on the early morning train but
while at the depot bet arm caused her
so much pain that siio decided to lirst
seo a physician she therefore returned
to here home and a when tlio doctor,
who had been called, arrived it was
discovered that her nrm was broken
just at the joint of the wrists At last
accounts she is doing as well as could
U; li ii Hi ii li lb k tii ll it li li li kk ii ii ii li h fc v lb dt ib f
flaFdmar e f
j Garpeite s
are attracting the atten
tion of nearly every one
We have seversl differ-
ent styles of
to select from and can
make vou PRICES to
I fit the kind of house you
I Cmrpmnfr Tools,
we have the
and also a complete line
of the justly celebrated
and GUARANTEED, in
every way, to give abso
Always bear this, our motto, in
mind when thinking of billing
WE SAVE YOU MONEY.
A Comp etc I.inu of
J Picture Nails,
4 IVtmuldlng Hooks,
! Parlor Easels,
Artists' Tubm Paints,
4 Artists' Brushes,
i Artists' Easels
I ,) 'I II I lis 1 1 - E 'I' , 1. -li i-i i Hi 1 1 ;i 1111
l ....1. I .. II. I M ..1... !'..!....
l'asti I ruining. I' till . iinwei ami
' Lands, ape Siinl.i's, Hind iliiteil
, I'll tllll s 'Hid is, tl 111! s, 1 11 I'd' j
4 Artistic Portraits and
J Frames Made to Order.
I'ntti 1 Bloi s Uil Clolld, Neb
A. W Co id Bladen was in the oitv,
Miss Main I Day spent Sunday with
her paionts in this eity.
Mrs. Harvey Uodiiok is slowly 10
coveting fiom her illness.
Dr. 11. Peek, wo learn is still serious
ly ill at his homo south west of the city.
Mrs. Harvoj Stat key now of Sheridan,
Wyoming, is visiting with fi lends In
W. W. Ungate of Blue Hill was look
ing after business matters in this city,
Tom Mnlonoy, Guide Rock, was look
ing after business matters in this oily,
Tlio Misses Mary and Sat rah White
returned, Monday, from their tiip to
the Pacilic coast.
County Treasurer McCiary was in
Blue Hill, Tuesday, in attendance ul
tlio funeral of Clarence Kuiwidor.
Kuink (iiiivos has tented the (!. W
Kranois homo, near Cowlos, farm and
will move there with his family in tho
Mis. James Kiitil und children left,
Monday, for their homo in Sedalia,
MisMiuu, after an euteiied visit in this
city with relatives.
"Enclosed find one d tllar for my sub
seiiption to the "Chief" I like to road
the now.s from Webster county" wtites
Wm. Longbothani of Dickoyvillo, Wis
consin. The Red Cloud high school base bull
team of this city went to Superior last
Friday ami met defeat at tlio hands of
tlio high school boys of that place to the
tune of IS to 'J.
L. II. Blackledgo, Geo. Holister, John
Tulleys and J no. Rytb II were in Me
Cook tho latter part of last week, in at
tendance at a meeting of tho Masonic
lodge id that city
Wesley r.'nockinorton, we learn will
return to this county to live. He will
return here in the spring and will boon
the Ed. Amnck fuuu south east of this
city during the next year.
It stands alone, it towers abovo.
There's no other, its nature's wonder, a
wanning poultice to the heart of man
kind. Such is Rocky Mountain Tea 35c.
Al C. L. Cutting's drug stors.
George Lindley and Miss Delia Oxnard
were married last Wednesday evening,
at the home of the brides mother, Mrs
Ed Hill, near Cowles. Tho Rev. I. W.
Edson performed tho ceremony which
united tho hapuy couple.
O ye peoplel havo ye wanted tho
golden moments of never returning
timo in taking a substitute for tho genu
ine Rocky Mountain Tea made by tho
Madison Medicine Co. For sale at C.
L Cotting's drug store.
She's a radiant, witching, wondrous
gem that beautiful, blushing wifo of
mine. She is an angel on earth, so you
can bo, only take Rocky Mountain Tea.
At O. L, Cotting's drug store.
TlM BMlh'a OtWr MotUaw
The earth. Id addition, to (U dlurotU
aad aoaual revolution, baa a alow
waotoUna) ot tt acta, a motion aeMoa
HMnttoacAefea fe tb textbooks at? -tfosomy.
Thto curtoo motion cm? tw
property Ukeaed to that Imparted to a
top by a tooeb ot th timym 4m Ita rto
when It It hi rapM ODvemeat, the
touch cauaufl tho upper end of tba
top's stem to Oeacritw small dscfe.
80, too, the mighty sua lays hotd of
the rim of the great terrestrial top,
and It begins to osdllato, to the long
period of 21,000 years that is to say,
on Dec, 2L 1248, the earth made Ks
nearest approach to tho sua, and It
will approach equally near In 1(600
years from that time, or on the 21st
day of Juno In the year 11.748. This
has all to do with climate both north
and south of the equatorial line.
In tho period comprising tho flrt
our northern winters are short nnd
mild nnd our summers nro long und
sunny. But during tho period of
which tho year 11,748 will bo the mid
dle our winters will be nwful in their
severity and our suuimcrB short nnd
cool. Even now tho northern hemi
sphere Is slowly but surely losing Its
long, sunny summers, und If you should
live until tho winter of tho year 11,748
40 you could tell a story of cold and
snows that would pale to InslgnlQcnuco
the stories of the cold winter of 1838
84, for the whole northern hemisphere
will then be la the midst of Its great
1 all - aa 2m
I1 I i Hartr
I I Schaffiier'
i I TailoK'
I I Wade
1 I Clothes
I m L, siiiimi
I JawfJB-t tsititif
in our Men's, Boys' or Children's Clothing Depart
ment, or in our 1 urnishing or Hat and Cap Depart
ments, and, we trust, we shall have the pleasure of
serving you whenever you are ready.
We sell more Men's and Boys' Shoes than any firm in
Red Cloud. ::::::::
Selz Shoes, $fM to $5
LOOK FOR THE SIGN OVER THE DOOR
Gouiden-Haley Clothing Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
1 TURPRE - BROS. !
1 Cash Store. I
2? Leaders in Low prices with High Class Goods.
iJi Our Stock is larger than ever, with values better. W
" . &
$ Our Shoe Stock
3? Is the Largest in Webster county with J
JL values that defy compition. We will J?
jm save you from ioc to 25c on every pair.
(U We are showing a nice line of Ladies' Hif
tfc coats, cai'ES, wraps, &c. Also a Nice iHif
fj Line of Skirts that will please you. j
JJ A Warm Lino of Fur nd jg
2 Prlooo Wormor. All
j$ Now and Up-to-dato. JJ
ijfi Best values in Outing Flannels ever offered 5,
m 6, 7, 8 and locts; everyone is worth fully 2c
m more than WE are asking. Clark's JJ
jjl Tiiriad, 3 cents per spool. jg
I GROCERIES I
fm, 20 lbs Best Granulated Sngar $100 S
m 3 lb Can Solid Tomatoes roc in
ijfi Hering prepared in mustard, in bulk, per pint. . ioc
ffi Mustard in Fancy Dishes, regular ioc packages, 5c
fi 6 bars White Russian Soap 25c Jyi
(! 6 bars Lenox Soap 25c ii
W 7 bars Silver Leaf Soap 25c ilf
7 bars Beats'em-all 25c il
W 6 bars Santa Claus Soap 25c yjf
5? 6 bars Diamond C. Soap 25c W
J? 6 bars Swift's Pride Soap 25c Jr
The suet ess of our
business depends upon
the confidence that
buyers have in us and
There must be good
will -a mutual friend
liness between us.
Prices must be lower
than elsewhere, but
quality, too. must be
RIGHT. We must be
up to the hour in the
stales we show. . , lfwe
misrepresent, .we drift
away from you and
you from us.
We are ready to
clothe you for winter.
Nothing isj. lacking
or Child's Suit or
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