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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 31, 1902)
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A 001 Inv'n
Place to Keep Ycir M . i.B
Is in one of our Purses or
Pocketbcoks We have so
many kinds we cannot de
sebe them in an advertise
ment. Come rn and look
at them. We have the
largest assortment in the
G L. C0TT1NG
I! litor Choir
"1'nke a mcsMige mid a token,
'I o these (1 s, ant 1 1 ionds of mine."
If it wore possible to send a token I
would like to send a sample of the
bjuutltul weather we are having heie
in Alborta. Every day is a repeater;
cool, frosty nights and warm sunshiny
days, with no wind nor storms of any
kind to mar the serenity. I sometimes
wondered In Maj and .Juno why It was
called "Sunny Alberta," but it is no
woudor now, the old settlers say it is
characteristic of the country to have
such weather and last year and year
befoio were the exceptions instead of
the rule. The loads ate dry and one
e.m go tinywheto without fear of mud
Tf Alec Philips weie heie now, I could
easily show him the "two feet of dry
ground to stand on", or two miles eith
er for that matter and the live feet of
wiow "Hob" Potter piomiscd me for
November 1st has so far tailed to ma
teriulizo in the minutest form Harvest
is over and the threshing well begun
My oats nvoiagod about i bushels per
a -re; some tlelds went much mote
Mine are tin eshed while some of the
big tlelds aie in the stack, which may
make sotuo dilToi once I ha e ."00 bush
els of potatoes fioin one ticto and u
lialf of giound and as they aie all in
the cellar I know what the yield was
for them Wheat in t his pait of Alber
ta is not the best The yield is fairly
go til, but is badly stiui'k with smut,
caused T supp s by so much nun in
It has boon in my a year since I saw,
i l Xobr iska, such good feed, the last of
October tor stock as tlieto is heie
Cnttlo and lioises that inn out have
nut ha I a tnoi.t hful l'hn. and will not
need any lor sometime to come unless
it com s a heavy snow and I never miw
fatter stock aujw heie at any time of
Prices are good for most everything;
two year-old steers that will weigh 1000
pounds d most of them do, are
worth W and three- ear olds aro worth
from forty to tifty dollars. Oats aro
thirty conts por bushel, potatoes forty
cents, eggs twenty conts por doon, and
butter oighteou to twenty cents por
pound Thoro has boon lots of hay
put up and yet it is woith from four to
slxdollaisa ton for shipping to the
mountains, tho gi oat market for Albor
ta for nearly everything
Thero Is a ory largo immigiation
into Albotta this fall, mostly from tho
States and a largo number of tho visit
ois either buying laud or taking up
homesteads Of course pvcyono who
comes is not satisfied but in tho main
It is homesickness that takes people
back moie than anything else. I saw
some voiy bad cases of homesickness
Mr- Hioomlioldcut 110 acies of hay
on his farm this year besides quite a
crop of oats nnd barley and has a good
sized pasture on it besides Ho only
had 100 acr s of land, so you see tho
livid Is not qulto barren.
Thoro Ih a good deal of sport hero
now for hunters as piairio chickon aio
th'.ek, as well as partridge, ducks, and
other gamo. Thoro are plenty of deer
onlynfev ml es west of its and not
long ago a I ear was seen fo r milos
oast o us Since then I. hum mil. lug,
l 1 ll.'llt 1 M 1 X 111 111" Hill tl t k?
1 sometimes wish 1 iiu.i Hilly lime
In- with hU gun ,,r i:,l (iil o ,t witli
1 see bj the tepo ts on W'chstc
count j that then- nic man change
going on now In my old home at
Inavale, there Is u two stoy ntmlier
ynd the Doctor has tot 'inodtoi keeps
and my oil ft tend, Wesley Wilson,
has bought a building utnl will soon
stnt an under nker est ibllshment, u
heagiooil to 1 see a so tint my old
friend anfii-lab ret in the vineyard,
Admit al Simons has bei n doing some
heavy gaidening this yeat and among
othei things his successfully gi-ilted
tee 1 ish pota o to the so git mi plant
and cteitetlanew kind of sweet po
tato TlieadmitM was always soine
hat ' ptojeeky' . I see also that my
old ft lend John lint ledge -til lie ieves
in the doi.ble stitiid.ud. as It.is In en
pi oven by recent events They aio all
ill lit b ,t they nevei wil Mite audit
I is going co t th Ir good coking mic ,
I Moil (Jrice. two nice dol s eve y
! nn is nun heieaftei
Its up to S uiitor Pitney now, h
ought not to be outdone ly any
layman of the pa ty.
I see by the papers that my old
ftietid Joe Wat ten It's been lather
done up again. I It p Joe wont
chango his ii'ldtess to "over there" for
a long time jet as I should dko to
shake hU honest hand on o ni"io be
foio wo imikit the jouruy. I well re
member tho ln-t gam" of chance Joo
ever payed. He hd IoupmI J. din
Fotor his siiu-ugc plmit wnen J hu
killed the fatted pig and when Jdin
brought the plant home also nrougt
with it t.wo pounds of nico sms-go
free from both gristle and tnist'e and
It niudo Joo's mouth water t look at
it Joe wander d down t wn that
af tot noon and m -t John Kellogg and
told him abuiit the sausage John
had four pound of tiipe lie was
taking home and ho piopo-od to Joo
that they go to the club room and
p a a gamo of ciiKdt, t s o w h would
have both ."Sh.-en-y" McFarland hold
th stakes. The gamo was iiitore-tlnp
and Joo linal'y .n out "Sheoney" was
gone a s the stake, I moan the sail
nuge and nine Joo and John swoo
olf that day on cards hiiiI to thU day
the -igiit of an ace makes oith-r ono of
them in id R"speetiull ,
Oct. 22d, l'.i()2 U G Knioiit
See J O Ihiilei
lhttoe Jcisej hogs for snle.
A Twenty Year)
Life Policy I
'In an Old Line Company i&)
the best kind ot life )
The cash value the policy at the
end of the pernio 1 mum titan
you li ivo pa l
Fire, Lightning, Tornado
1u tho, I...- Oil hine or M n t un i
0. C. Tee!, Agt.,.
ir.i fun li,
of J K Jackson
M IS. Ivlliuu in of Lincoln was in
this cit the litst of the week
(food Dontfstic coal flout 81 fiO to $7
per ton al tho bun al W 1$. Robj's
St t vices ut the lii et In en chtttch e idt
Siittda Picai'hiii.: al 11 a. in., ami nt
7 HO, i. m Sunday -cliool tit 10 i. m
All aro muted income C II. buti l,
p Is'.Ul .
Noticed to Dclitot , Hn mg disolv tl
our p tittieislitp utnl wishing to sMniglil
en up our books as soon as nossible,
those knowing themselves lo bo indebt
ed ns, will please to call and settle their
accounts us .soon as posible. Hike and
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Stern gnvo a
farewell reception to a uuiuber of their
most intimate friends, Wednesday
evening. The evening was spent in
playing progressive whist, Mrs. i.
Brndbrook and W. N. Richardson suc
ceeding in winning tho prizes. At
about midnight, all ndjoiirend to thollou
Ton ca'e, where an td.iborato supper
was oeivcd, as only W. S. limine knows
how to soive 'Iho tables were buntiti
fully decoiated with carnations and
each guest was piosi nte.il with a souve
nir, consisting of these lloweis. Alto
gether, it was n most cnjonblu till un .
W J Hrj an spoke in this city j ester
da to a small audience fiom a pint
f oi m which had been elected fur the
purpose. Tnerowasa lack of tho ett
thusitism with which Mr. lliyan has
been gieotod hetetoforo. Tuere was
also a lack of belief in his siuceiity In
tho subj-cts of which he spoke. Ho
spoke of impel ialism, the trusts and
other so-called democratic issues. Ho
spoko of having seen a number of
Ameiican sohliurs who had become in
sane in the Pnilippines from the effects
of the tiopieal climate and lack of
pioper stutlter, bill failed to mention
the fact Mint Congressmen Slinllon
bctger had voted against making an
ippiopn iiion fui the building of .sliet
ti i f ir tin si- siutie olihcis
.J 11. Muk ami Julge N r.is ad
ibissetl Uic luigest atidieiieo at the
opt i i lust (.veiling Una Ims giuhciul in
un tiij, to hear a political pet eh, in
'lie past y ii, Tlio opera Iioiimj was
tilled to vol 11 jwlnii ami the speeches
v, ere listened to with maikel alien
unit (icoigo L D.i,of Sti enor, can
(tidatn for st ito si naloi fiom tins dis
iiici, was jiiescnt and niarte opening
uhhi'-s. Mr Noli is spoke fur tin hour
nut foil m'niilt's and was Iriqieiiti
iti'etiupteii with applause, and dwelt
pi i is p nly upon uaiioiiitl issues, show
ing the fallttoy oi Iho position of Mr.
ftli tileiibeigei nnd the iifnsil of the
ilfino u.iis to pi.'id(' (hi'ller for out
in i uiiii i Tail In the Philip-
tun' e- M Mickey dwelt on &t!,ti
jiii Hint n1' Lot mi oralni,hi.
n m.e'l hllli-i If I" In ll'iiioujjli bmi-
i un, i ich ii mtu ks U
- tsiit iitiom'-ii'ijt -f i an ti
(.' nut O'tiuii iiuiei (Seint'h wis
In 'he i IH, Mm .1 i ,
l Unite leiiiiueil to his home I
Mnoiiis, S'lHiitl ij.
Miss I'm, i I'uiiijs spent Sunda wt h
ftieinls In (ttiide Kock. I
Mr ,nd Mis. Kiss Pile ictuiued
th ir home In Pies'on, l'uesil iy
Heibeit Ooiiovei ami wife of McCook
weie visiting teliities in this city, tlds
J L Minei was in Kivcrtou Monday
attending to omo biHiues's maturs
Kd. Hobltis, was up ft out (initio H ick
Monday, and til idu this otf 'u a pleas
J ike M'lmlelllMUin, now of t'hicign,
but foimeily of Blue Hill, was in the
Mis Uo Ziut tettltned to het holm
oi Mi (' ink, iMiiiila, nfit'i a sinut visit
Willi lei lines in this eit
(lentge M Castoi and w i(e of Hivii
ton istitd tt the home ot S Wtstiind
wife, Hie III si of the week.
Mr and Mis. U.cai Vutgei of Scot is
Hlttlls, Nobtn-k'i, tiiiUed in tliis
city, Mondn.fora visit with nivi,.
Mis M. W Dickcison, left TuesMslf
inotnlng, for Ktncolu for an oUendert,
visit at the home of her sou ami daught
Rev Slici mini, late of Ohio, will
pieiteli al tin-U iptist Chin fit Stimla
evening at" 'M The public is cot dlall
Iloss S'dlais teturnetl to his homo in
this city Sunday morning, after nn ex
tended stay al the h nuu of his siswr,
inScotts llluIN, Nebiaska.
Mis. L 11. Rust letuined Saturda
fioinavilt with leliitions in Denvoi
City and Pap says they have a fow
wolds to say to one another each day.
The Km ton Kotncdy Ko. cariles
fourteen people, all of them artists Jn
their especial lolo. Tlie company also
eartlos its own special scenery. To
tho opening play, Monday night, Indies
will be adtntited fieo if accompanied
by a pet Aim holding a paid reserve sent
ticket Tickets must be reserved tie
fore 7 p in. Seats on sale at (5 1 ice's
driip stole Puces, 15c, 2oc and a.'ij.
Just received A full lino of out
door fall plaining anil winter bulbs,
consisting of tulips, hyacinths, frcesia",
Naicisstis, daffodils, j mquiU, cue 'tis,
suow-diops, licimudn ami Calla lily,
anil Chinese sacred lily. Veiy large,
select bulbs. Also a nice lot of chrys
anthemums in bud ami bloom. Prices
reasonable. Please call at the shoe
store and st e thcin. Hoine-giown car
nations in bloom
Mns. Hkniiv Dikukimcii,
Red Cloud, Neb.
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The same old nielancholy days
Arc with us onco again,
When hens no longer chant their hiy.s
To cheer the heaitsof nion;
When turkeys ripen on the trees
And poets twang Iho lyre,
And maidens sit on manly knees
Ilofoie the pallor the.
Again tho Tom and Jerry glides
Adow n tho rubber neck,
And comer gioccty statesman rides
His hobby hot so on deck,
And husbands sing u doleful tune
And wear a look of woe,
While thinking how dodgastod soon
They II liuo to shool snow.
An Ohio pieachei claims to have
discovered the "secret ol eteimil life"
It is no secret The tnlnlsten hae
been pleaching It for centutles
We can pet haps watch J Plot pout
Morgan's smoke to better iitlantage
wljen ho has completed the coal deal
iippn which he Is now llgnrlng.
A Kansas Citv paperrcfeis to Janios
J. Coibott nntlio'iii'st lutelleoliinljof
all pugilists As the ftcl'vo pugilist
banks mot o on muscle than brum, none
of the othc's will envy him that dl
Of tho nine bundled horsos already
entered for the Now York horse fair
and show less than ono bundled have
barely tail enough to keep tho files
away 'I his does not scoin like giving
the horse a fair show.
Leon Skizoolnsinalowski, niiino and
all, escaped from an olllcor of tho law
in Now York the other day, but was
recaptured after an ecltlng chase.
A mini with a handle like that should
bo allowed to run at huge only In his
A southern congressman, In an ar
ticle to last Sunday's largo dally
papeis snys his success in life Is duo
t ho fact that ho woiked while others
slept The widely published fact that
thoro is not a colored man lu tho pres
ent congress may be true, but thoro
Hceins to bo something just as good
Wanted. Corn, by W. H. Robv.
A C. Campbell, of McCook, was ill
the cit csteidiiy.
hen j on want a Hist class hotse
blanket go to Butlers.
The new tut novel collaisat F. New
bouse . Call anil see them.
Mr A R Re nolds, of Illation, vis
ited tt lends i i thecil cstcidny
I' A. (5 mil, of C iwles, was Mining
tho visiims hi the oit osl( nla.
(Jet join l)i-lhii"itoi of F. Newliouse
Oidets taken fm Riiiteiick pattern.
I)r Tullcys is now 1 tented in ihu
looms timleiiicalh his foimer olllco.
F V. Taylor, undei taker nnd om-
balinnr, opposite Cotting's drug stoic.
For tire, lightning nnd tornado in
surance seo L. II. Fort, in Dumorell
Just unloading, a car of tho very
best quality of genuine Maitland con),
Soe tho auidcrn cooking wonder tho
are attracting the atten- t Majestic R.inge-at Mitchell and Poter
iiuii ui uuai iy every uuc fr eon's, uou i got iuii.
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
goods. WAKRAN'l 1I)
and GUARANTEED, in
every way, to give abso-
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THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOIN
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AUvii)s bear this, our in tto, in
iitiml when thinking of buing
WESAVS YOU MONEY.
If you want an abstract of title to
your hind or town lot, call on L. II.
Fort, in D.iinerell block.
The November number of iho Dolin
cator at F. Newltouie's; also take oi dm s
for HuUeriek's patterns.
For a strictly fust clnis hniiu'S',
heavy lap robo or heavy limse blmihit
jou have to go to llutlcr.
Kov. Mr. 1'iiostly, of (iiildelliikt
attended tho Kpwotth L sgtie coiivh'i
tion in Red Cloud ycstcnl,i.
J. II (iteeuhnlgh, of the linn of
(ireonhnlgh Uios , of Co wins, trans
acted business in tho o ty Wedmiiilav.
M. S. Marsh unit family arrived in
tho ciiy from Grand Island jesturduj
Mr. Marsh will iismuiio chaigoof llif
Hotel Royal tomoiiow.
Sol vices tit the Kpisci pal church
oven Sunday at 1U 'M ,i. in and ut 7-U0
p. m. Holy coumnion mrj lii-si Sunday
in Ltieh month, limi 'me ah Ii . m .
II Scott. V. It SUlion, W A.
"iliolietikiik ami L C V' iiner wert-
i moiig the Uliio Hi i i t'ois in ltd
Cloiiil josteriiitv. 'I tie Chbif ackuuwl-
(lues u fiiiitdiy Chi .
Yon hboiild watch your hn-foont Bt
night now, r you miy g'tuplnUiP
iiioining and liud Hint tin) hen i lint
laid the golden egg litis been bortowed
and may neer be leinuii it.
Atthuopuia home ono woo-, com
nionciiig Moiuhiy evening, Nuveinbol
tl, ICempt'iii Konmd', U Oamign ol
ptogiain nightly -w ami up to-dale
specialties bitisenu vt no waits.
Scivices at ibn M.i'hodwt JipUrop 1
chutch: 1'ieiicl.ii',: -m U o'ulunk a m.
itiul 8 p.m. h tie msi n, Be?. M I'
Dixon; Sunday eh'i, 10 o'olnok, U. V.
Albright, mip'rtni. ib un J" ir Ep
wurtii linHguc, S t'i 's-k ' ''
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We have just received two S
carloads of hand-picked
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