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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1902)
In the ' Cutting Drug Store"
contest tho following are the
Liiura McCtino 17M words
AdiiShVtx. lir: words
.J. II lttdloOg l'Jti!) words
Myrtle Robertson . . . 117K words
Until Johnston HC'J words
Lois Ucckvvith ll.Vt words
C. L. COr TING
Miss Ni'llli' Howl wai in Oxf rd this
0eur Hughes was in tho city the
fi.st of tlio wick.
lloscoe duller spent Sunday at Ids,
homo in tin idly.
Sam Fotcr wi'iit to Uuling Tins
day for a vi-it with friend-.
V A. (i.uiHon and Jacob (J ill, of
lJlue Hill.weio Red Cloud visitors Wed
nesday. I'M win Ui'iitlty of Wyoming is visit
ing al tliu Iioitit of his mother south of
Clias. (iurber, of Ksbon, Kansas, was
in town Tuesday to visit witli relatives'
a id friends.
l'leidcnt Itiosivelt has di signal! d
Tliiiilaj, November '27, us a day of
U. W Unshoe and wife eiiteitulnedjii'
number of friends from Guide. Kook tit
Golden ShauUlin, returned to this
city, Sundu, after an ubcnco of some
mouths in California.
The stone cross walk, between the
Hotel Kojal anil the Holland hi Use,
was laid the that of this week.
Henj F. W jodheiid of Luweiunco
win a Mod Cloud visitor, Weilucsd J',
and niiiile this I'Hi'o a pleasant call.
K. Ii Cox, oin' of the proininent and
substantia! faun -in of (ileiiwoud town
ship, tiaiisieted buini;?s in the county
Cli ill Be, e it tin lied ti hu home
in this i v Wo tuc-nl-iy inoi ning, afu r
all ox i nd 'I v iit. at the homo if lis
boy no al dtiVs in M tine
f ii'i K. ri vii,en a' ins iiouu thy;
Ii - of III' Wl-eK.
II Oi'iniu Inn accepted a pislthW
it i I' K l'eilllian. r
1 ie l.aiiz came down fi. in Finnk
in, Tii' mIii, lo vole.'
1 lie Iis-cs Kills and Lena 1 Incur if
Co vlt wetn in this city Monday.
Ml.-. I'M a Sheppard, of Guide llt.ok
is visiting ut thu homo of Miiyoi Hump
ton ami wife in this city.
Tn mi i ii Bros, have had new shelving
put up on the south side, of their gro
Mie. Geo Iliitchison ainl Mis. (101111
I'ojer of Cowles were visiting in this
city Monday. ,
Horn S.iiiinlay to Mr. and Mrs. 11. K
lCiiielinen, living southwest of this city'
I inij of uil il Nebtiiskn weight, i
Mm h A Mniiiuvilii-, left IihmIiiV,
in 'i .mi g fir Mel'inik f r an oMendfl
ViT. Wl II ll IT .nil, ,1 tines Hlnl t IV tn i 1 .
A disputed finui -iMiihi'lol. snys.
'I, ;il liu pt n-;oii of Yul ntilii II.S'IHIV
1 1 r of Hi iM'h. ml has 'Hen itioroirod
to $12 per month.
Wiii k o uro smoothed away by ils
h ii.i'u t.iiteh II' nit. titvd und do-pio-'ol
peopln ui 1 lind iicuii'in It ok)
M mii hiii Tea. !).V. For .nli' by C. L.
C t ing
Henry Messier has n-signcd his posi
tion lu llailoll's Cash itnigniii House,
mid accepted a pisliioii with tirm In
.Hustings ;ind will leave tor that place
in a few tlavs.
I. mi Ivnminr. n f.n nun- ltiiKllilliI li.ivi
but who is now in thu employ of tin,
rrfiv.tt'iimiilit in Wtiulil llrrlntl I) 11?.
spent 11 few days of this week visiting
friends in this citj.
A bi haul by highwaymen, substi
tute nuri oth"is who sioal tlio good
iiamo and fame of Hooky Mountain
leanndn fainous by Madison Medi
ciii" Co. Ujc. For sa'o C. L. Cotting.
Tin subject for Fiiday night by the
KvangeliHt was the Uefonnatory Move
ment which resulted in the founding
of the Hrethren Church a necessity.
-Silt in day evening is the I.ovefeast and
Communion Sunday morning ho closes
his work here.
M'ss Viola Waul, our popular young
teacher, is lying very sick al the Ashby
hotel. Tlio teacher of Woods countj
and our citizns bavo piovided the
bjst nurse obtainablo, however, to at
tend her day and night anil wo f el
of her iccovory. The Free Homes,
M. M. Stern and wife leave tlio fust
of next week for Philadelphia, when
Mr. Stern will engage in busitii.s with
his father Mr. irid Mrs Stern have
boon residents ol hioity for a number
ofjoirsnnd h.ivo many friends licio
who will be suny to have theiu leave,
but wish them success in their new
L M. Ci'ibill, Monday , purchased iln
llVery stlble, hnises, harness, buggu
K I-. bud. i f In i le si cut Sunday
in this ci v
Mis l.ulu Mi lnw Weill tn IlitiMih,
I uei!i Cciiini;.
M W. hullci, if Cnupbill, was in
tlio city, Wediie-'iliiv
James lttnden and wife spent Sun
day with fi lends at Bladen.
A stone orms tilk has bei u laid on
Fifth Aveiineatid Web-.(er stieet.
C. Ii. Columbia, of (initio ltock, wis
n county seat litor, Woilncsday.
Mis. A. It Scllais went to luauilo,
Wednosilny, for a visit with relatives.
Henry Ludlow of ciimpbell vNitcd
witli friends in tills cit,, Wedni sday.
The wink ol panning the building,
occupied b )r Tul'o)s was begun
Mis Cliuoiioo Siniitiu-n,ii( llistings
i visiting a' tl-e ImitiPiifA.il Kiley
it d w ife in tin oil, i
Mm U d.,-1 i M, Hitd-, . f Ki-ii-nf.v
1 1 ivuMii ili cut, WiMini -.'lit, fr :f
' it Wi'h Ii five tied fiii i!
Fnd (iui' its unit mniliei ifr,Thni.
day nitimliiir, for Miiouii, nhi-ro ibi-y
will make Mull In tne In the future.
Wcdnendiv, J tines IViftonn had tlm
IllgO In . der tree, wlii Ii slood by
the .side of Wild licit'.' hum r simp,
chopped down aril reiimved
It is -aid t'.iit eii'it bilde his many
friend, bin in a fi w tout they dwin
dle, (low n lo one. Tl n''s ltni-kj M inn
tainTei. Makisiitd ki ops her well.
For sale by C I,. Cotting.
Dr. 1 11 Keck leports the arrival
of a twelve pound bihy boy al the
lionie of 1). A. Dickey, lust Wednesday
evening. As soon as Dave gets back to
earth wo may be able to tell you what
be thinks about it
At the homo of the brides parents,
Mr. and Mis James F Diain, at 0.00
o'clock p. m , Wcducibiy, November
Oth, 11)02, acctirci' thninairiiigeof their
daughter, Miss Maltha, to Mr Ijiuis
W. Mean, the It-v. M 1" Divon i llici
atiug. Onh immediate tohtivc ami
fiiends .v ore present. The biidi mid
groom weie ilu recipients of a number
of useful ptesents.
Camp Shoiniuii, Hastings, Nob,
Seyt, II, 1!)0'. To whom it may con
cern: This is lo certify that thoJef
frey Twins have appeared on the pro
gram every day of our iciinioa, at the
lingo tabernacle, and they have hi en a
delight to the niniiv thousands who
li'ivo seen and he-nd them in their. sing
ing and elncuiiou. Tliu i million com
milieu heartily recommend them to
iinv eit'ort lining ciniinittei) who may
dj"lre clean, wbolesinneauil iiistructivo
eiiterl iiiiiieni W U. St J. dm, V. 11.
Trim bh, I'. J ('reeih.
Fm.K :,mJ urns K-ncill left Moil- "'7 rtUrt". "... ses, harness, hnggu-j
day morn i. for fin) cunt) , li.umi, ' PinipiiiiuK the livery stable bus,
u-hiihor t.i.v ivmt t ,,.., ,u.inness of J. U. McCuiro and.M.ld tbt
aged giM.i.lf.ither, who is ov. r ninety hi.r.es, I. imess and buggies to U .rt-n
years of ae, vh . in they have not sun ' Un.tl.er-. Mr. Crabill will use a p.ut
for thiity two years.
of the building for a street car barn
' and will conduct a feed barn in tlio
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UIOilil opera nouse, i-riuiiy iiiiu oiiui-
day, November It and 15. Prices 15c, I
23o and !55 . Keserved seats on sale at
tbo usul place. M itinee, Saturday
afternoon at 2,.'i0; puces lOu and 15c.
Tins entertainment is to bo given for
tho benefit of tho Congrcgatioiial
Sunday moining, Shenfl McArthur
received a telephone message from
Franklin, asking him to stop a young
cotiplo'wlio weie eloping. The couple
was cauglii on F.uutli avenue soon
after the receipt of the ine.-s.igu and
Was tul.O'i lo the Jill anil itie p.ueiiisi
Dr. II. Peck, one of tho pioneer .set
tlors of this county, diod Monday, .'it
bis homo southwest of this city. Fun
eral services were held at tho residence
at 230 p. in., Tuesdav, tho Rev. M. P.
Di.xou of the M. K. church, conducting
tho services. Dr. Peck, for a number
of years lived on a farm south of town
city and was a veterinary surgeon of
Tlio Woods county Sunday seh .ol
assieiatioti bold itsannnil convention
at Auguste, Sa'iiidaj and Sunday ,and
upi n learning of the illness of Mis-.
lui.ii wi. in' M i.i, in tin1 Cntiioilc
o i noli, in t Siiii.l iv mottling at II) 'to
III! 'Vliileui t'link nb nil P we wld
itfi!i s ilia J i cei i inn p -is iii In i aielu
'he s en pilitig to olll Col I I'lll.
Mis .teh McFail.uiil leiiiriied lo
In r liiuiie In this citv, Vcstenlay, after
a'i e.Mei ileil visit with fioliiilsin Lin
coln. Mis Kines-t Welsh rotttiucil to her
home in this city, tho llrst of the week,
after mi extended visit with iolutivis
'M in ioit, nt the i. ITien of the count J
judge, last Thursiliiv attoinoon, Fretl
Meigllcld and Miss V. I). Vaughn, of
(initio ltock, Judge Kdson olliciatiug.
Tneie will be sin vices in the Chi it inn
chill eh in xt Suiiila) mot uing anil even
ing The itt'V. Ii. L. Applegale of
(i'i nwtit d, Nebiasl a, will coiiduel the
sei Viei s
tlio. W llniinr, of low lis, was n
am i tt Miiidn evening, eoiiliiig hen
loh. mi tie tb hate betwien Oveii.iin
and Mi. Poller win -h whs held in Hie
Colli I lioll'f.
Dr. W.rrlckor Dr. Puddle of II i-t
ings will inei'l "Jo, oar, unsound ihioat
iMilentf. ami ilioo nteding gl iimi lit
td, In Dr Ceigliloti's olllcc, in Ked
Cloud, Sal 111 till), NoVelllbet Ifi h.
List Sitiiiilay afternoiin, at thctllieo
of the count) j'.dge oceiiied the wedd
ing of Lewis H. A. Oeslerlilail, of
Nucl.ols -.loiinly, and MNs Sarah J.
lleiiclder, of Webster county, Judge
City Dial sial Ltullow, yeslenlay, in
rested seven bo)s, cliuiging them with
the destruction of property on Hallow
een, and they weie brought up hi fore
Judge W"st fur trial. A continuance
was taken till loday.
bin vices each bundny nn. ruing al
10.110 o'clock and evening at 7.!10. Sun
da) school at 11 o'clock. Pioiching at
I uiliaii Clock and lltimell Hfhool house
each aliernatu Suiiila). Key. Win.
On auotlier page of loilnv's Chit f
appeals an abstract of the vote cast i
Welisti r county, Tuesday, Noveinbei
I h It appears in uunlllei'il form Ibis
wek, hut will ha cm reeled and appiar
in i 111 nil lignrcs in our ne.xt issue
Yet ulay being Clias. MeKeigll ill's
Ill'h biitbdiiv, a large number of his
friends, fiom tlio country and this city,
gatheri d -it his home, in the south pint
of the city, ami pioceedcd to lake pos
sesion of the piciniscs. After a most
bountiful dinner hail been partaken of
by tlm giiests.tlmv wliiled away tin
horns of the afternoon by playing
games rf viuiotis kinds. Supj or was
solved at iho proper hour, after whiih
the evening bonis and until thu small
-Ihonisof the inori.ing, the guusloi j ')
f ui tin t ii -elves by dancing, inn until
j eb 'ired for that purpose. In the af 1 1 -
miHii Charlie was presented vviiu a
4- hands m lump, in token of the high
rje-teeui wlih which bei- held ami as a
f- -, n.vei ii of lln oecissioll V 1 1 nresent
" u,- aw
LIMSTl,;. :'' -V" WOOL,
Limeht ms j
A f ST A I FY
Tl 6 W t CJ a fird &3 0.4J H B Iii tf J d
. . - -, n.vei 11 01 nn oecissioii ii prest
M ! Iff ti 77i " tf fo. r' express lln-nisclvi s as havinc s)i
JA C. 1 l ViCirO fjaniHt eiijoableday and evening.
t Tho Santa Fo Iliilway has rocen
Gouiden-Haley Glotbing. Go.
THE STORE THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS.
t WW sXr r'U V
Ssf "- r'r
of 1110)0111 Kl.nl) uoiilled Tiiosliuiifl,!W'r,,i il I''--"''1 appi'o.i i -tu lesoln-
later 111 the day, leu-used the young
Ulan, nild he nt one) pioceetled 11 his
Wu) eii-jt l'n g. n Wis eoiidn. tint to
lier uoiiw- t Km'i.k in b ui- slu-nll
S iiiiIiij et iihik.
J list re. lived- A full lin of out
door tall plai.tn g und winter bulbs,
consisting of tulips, hyacinth, froesia",
NaicissiH, datVodils, j-mq ids, cjid sus,
snow-drops, Heimuda and Calla lily,
and Chinese sacicd lily. Very huge,
select bulbs. Also a nice lot of chrys
anthemums in bud ami bloom. Pi ices
reuotiublo. Please call al the shoo
stoic and see thoin Home-grown car
nations in hlooai.
MltS. Hl.NHY DlKPKUlCII.
Ked Cloud, .Neb
-r - - v "9 - -" m -9- -" - -s -.. 7
Jo-' " --f' rzf-j'j2-&' kVjir. ..
are attractincr the atten- e-
tion of nearly every one I
We have seversl differ
ent styles of
A Twenty Year
In an Old Line Company is;
the best kind of life
'Tho cash value of tho policy at the '
end of tho period is tnoro than
you havo pan!
'Fire, Lightning, Tornado andl
, ' 1)1 I. 111. ol
' VVA' -V"V "'?' '
:(). C. Tec1, ALJ
lion i-f sjmtmtby ntid condolence and
piiwnttit iheiii to her through a coin-
Uil'tee funs Ward vvbo has bi-en
l.,iiigscf at tne A-lil.y hotel foril.ne
w 0 -k', in a teacht r 111 out public hcIiooN
nudisal-o an earrio.st Sunday scliool
worker, and the entire town ni'o fo'ici
ors of her leoovory. The Frco Homo.,
Jako Nustein expects to leave us
ii'jniil tho first of ne.xt week for St
Jostph, Miasouti, where bo will 111 ike
Ins house in tliu fiiMire. Ho will con
tinuu the inaiitifacturo of cigars in his
new home making the saino brands ti
nt present. Jako has been in biisintss
in this city for about fourteen yeuis
and as many friends, all of whom will
bo sorry that he li-avos, btu as ho has
promised to comb buck and visit with
tho boys evoiy few months, we will try
and ho contont. Wo wish him success
in his now location.
Now that election is over aud is a
matter of history lotus turn our uttont
Ion to things that will bo of immediate
value and that have been over looked
during tho campnign. Wo boliovo that
this city needs a commercial club 0110
c mposed of tin-business mon uutl one
that will not only a' tempt to dn s.ujj
thing but will curry through what thai
h'gin. The business men should gel
logi tlur mid work Kgeibet for the m
ii-r. m of thu city. H'-rritoforu wlo.i
it i. 1 m i'i-h , ii liid in been Xnl
I 1 '.. ,i !,-. , aillt has ii. . il,i
i- -4 ' ' U
to selcrt from and can
make von PRICKS to
lit tin kind of house you c-
we have the
3 ami iiso a complete line
of the justly celebrated
and GUARANTEED, in
every way, to give abso
Always bear this, our motto, in
mind vhnn thinking of buying
WE SAVE YOU MONEY.
iy lias recently
adopted a now device for transmitting
train order to locomotive engineers or
conductors at telegraph stations with
out reducing speed of the train. It is
tlio invention of a retired Santa Fo on
giuecr, and by Its uso it will bo possi
ble for tho tiuliiiuastor contruliiig the
movement of trains to communicate or
ders to tho etigineor or conductor at
any telegraph station on tho lino with
out necessity of Hugging tho train, and
thereby losing much tlmo in "slowing
down" and getting under way again.
The device is somewhat similar to tint
used on fist in iii trains for picking up
mail at small stations where tiain
does not stop. The in I'D lion will not
itlouii In produ 'live ot economi in
opt rating ttiiins, but will b a gieat sav
ing of il no, nun ii is this plutiu which
isofinteiest to tho traveling f'ldio,
is the s'tvng of time is (H'ecud with
out inc.i .isiiig tipeetl or in auv otinr
way detracting from tho safet, id
On November 10. Ii the llrst teim of
this ) ear's school of Agriculture will
open at tlm University. Thu attend
ance promises to be linger than any
pii'vious year, for tho faimeis are be
ginning to rcnli.u the advantages tiller
ed are piaclicall) fiee lor the educat
ion of their sons in siibjucis peilainitig
to funning The school is open to any
)ottiig manor woman who hits com
pleted the work olio red in comni'.ii
schools. Such MihjiH!l8iui tho breeding
and judging of live stock, general bor
liculiuio of Held ctops and manage
ment, injurious insect, practical work
in butter and cheese making are given
the llrst year. There are also courses
in Knglish and mathematics and each
student is n quired to do some shop
work. Later in tho courso votniiuary
practico is given and special attention
to tho euro of livo stock. All iho wot k
is very pratical in its nature, tho aim
being to take make tho young farmer
most useful on the faun. The ex
penses aie not heavy. Then is an on
u anon fee 1 f ." 00 mil 1111 iiiciituntal fie
of i 1 00 and h email fee in hbnai.iv
nud -hop II liiui two! 1 "-.)i 0 in !' 1 d
1 .1 $. "," per V.fOk lhe t. .-il ex
-. el stiuf'. b ' at . in in vr Ho
. nU-f el Wi;s 1 1 il.-' 1 1 I i I
l IHU. 'ui' t .1' t1- he 10 ' I'.i i' ?.)
carloads of hand-picked
hrsA ."- W '. fc..-rV''
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iitimiTwmie''rf;)(tf'Thmittti', unit uy ilu wim7 KwKKviar.
?J We have just received two
ft) Come in and get our prices on
ft) quantity lots.
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