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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 18, 1903)
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Wo hnvo everything that a
scholar can waut In
Wo nro dis'ributing agents for
tho American Dook Co. and can
supply school districts with
bo ks and save them tho trouble
of .sending for them.
Chas. L. Cotting
A now solution of tho child labor
question has boon sprung in Boston.
During an investigation of tho con
dltion of child labor in that city last
Saturday a representative of tho Anti
Child Labor leaguo mado the follow
ing declaration: "Wo proposo that
no man shall havo more children than
he can support. Men now aro forcod
to raiso families to work in the mills
and tho age limit is constantly vio
lated. Thousands of children never
see school and work like slaves. If
necessary we will establish a law limit
and enforce It. There.ls a way with
out infantiolde. But we will stop the
raising of children wholly as a busi
In the east, where child labor In the
mills, factories and mines Is employed
to a great extent, tho situation has
grown desperate and it is no wonder
that drastic measures are proposed to
suppress it. Just how the raising of
children is to bo curtailed Is not ex
plained. People will probably con
tinue to get married and raise children,
and so long as the greed of tho eastern
manufacturers and coal barons re
main unappoasod, tho crime of work
ing little children In the mines and
factories will go on Tho question ia
a difficult one of solution, and u prac
ticable remedy hasuotyot boon found.
and our is the store
where you will find
the largest and best
Embroideries of all
kinds and descrip
tions n arrow and
wide and all widths
We will sell you a
nice piece of Em
broidery or Lace for
less money than you
can buy them for else
We are selling White
Goods of all kinds at
less than others' cost
prices. CJo m e and
see them and be con
vinced. Embroidered Shirt
waist patterns that
are snaps at the prices
f . Jleuihoase
Otto Pope is Iioiiik MK'iin,
Light harness at Jon Fngel's.
Stock saddles at Joo Fngel's.
Del Turn nro is on the oink list.
Octobor Delineator at NewhomeV.
Adam Mnrhart is homo from Lincoln.
Henry Clark was in Illation Tues
Al Galusha was In Grand Island tliULsfbo Dogreo of Honor wlllmott noxt
nek. 'I Tuesday evening. All members ato
F. E. Goblo is up from Oklahoma for
James Harris was up from Superior
PaulPopo visited with his parentBj Tho county commissioners appointed
this week. ! A6hn W.Tulloys county surveyor un-
Thn matrimonial market nonni to hnl til that ofllco is filled by election.
on a boom.
C. L. Cotting has a good buggy for
Grant Usher of Superior spout Sun
day in town.
"Samlow" hose for boys, 23c, at F.
H. W. Bnylesof Guide R'ck was in
New lino of Shetland Floss, all shades,
W. H. Garrison of Blue Hill was in
Mrs. J. P. Nelson visited in Uoaver
City this week.
Mrs. Corwin was up from Guide
Ralph Foo of McCook vleitod his
Mrs. Ready of Riverton was in the
J. H. Greenhalgh of Cowies was in
the city Tuesday.
T. Darlcgoeble of Riverton was in
Mr. A. Leonard of Riverton was in
the city Tuesday.
Walt Kaley was up from Chester the
first of the week.
Wm. Kirkpatrick of Guide Rock was
in the city Monday.
Jim Gather returned Sunday from a'l
short trip to Linooln. r
Mrs. Charles Pottor left Tuesday
for a visit in Lincoln.
W. T. Auld was down from Lincoln
the first of tho week.
Loon Marsh will attend school in
Kearney this winter.
Mrs. Graco Wiles has returned to
her home in Orleans.
Mrs. M. S. Marsh is visiting friend
in Kearney this week.
If you want tho best and cheapest
harness, go to Fogel's.
Chas. Besse returned Thursday
evening, from Maine.
Mrs. H. E. Rich is visiting friends in
Guido Rock this week.
Sherwood Albright is home fromXJ
Bladen for a few days. fl
Cream whito Honrietta. 25c per
yard, at F. Newhouso's.
Seo Joo Fogel for anything in the
harness or saddlery line.
Harry Vaughn was up from Guide
Rock to attend tho circus
Mrs. Blancho Jenkins has returned
to her homo in Beatrice.
Mr. and Mr. Bunuett of Riverton
were in town Wudnisdnv.
Jim Mitchell wns down from Mo
Cook the first of the week.
This cold snap caught n good many
of us with empty coal bins.
Tho county commissioners nro in
session at tho court house.
Mrs. E. S. Garbor is visiting her son
Anson in Kearney this week.
Rev. M. P. Dixon left Wednesday
for Lincoln to attend conference.
Miss Bertha Shoppard of Guide Rock
was visiting friends here this weok.
Mrs. Tom Mower of Nnponoo is
visiting with Mrs. L, H. Blackledge.
Tho A. O.U. W. picnic at Cowies has
been changed from the 22 d to tho 24th.
I. W. Crary and wife, of Guido Rock
wero Red Cloud visitors Wednesday.
C. W. O'Brien and Ira Huutt of
Rep'iblicuu City wore in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Clarence Wilson, was visiting
friends in tho city tho first of tho weok.
Miss Bertha Pottor loft for Lincoln
Wednesday to attend tho University.
Joiomo Vnnco and wifo of Guido
Rock woro in Rod Cloud, Thursday.
Thomas Beal of Chicago is visiting
nt tho homo of his father, Mr. W, V.
Tho Embroidery club ment with Mrs.
Norman Morrison Wednesday nfto
noon. Earl Morris and Frank Calvert of
Kansas City wore in Red Cloud this
Mr. A. S. Hineman, of Chicago is
visiting with Dr. Cook and family this
Herbert Cook is homo for a short
visit, aftor which ho loaves for Old
Mr. W. W. Kondall and Dr. Brad
shaw woro up from Suporoir Saturday
Mr. and Mrs, Wayno Rood of Bladon
visited with Mrs. Goorgo Nowhouso,
Miss A. Orolla Goblo of Ayr visited
with Mrs. Nollto Nowhouso Monday
Mr. ami Mic (i. V. Dow left hut
night for their new home in Santa
Mrs. O. Hughes, Miss Nolle Fort and
Miss Mnhcl Ltndsuy aro visiting in
Cripple Crook, Colo.
J. E. Nuu, former editor of Tiir
Chief, was down trom Hastings on
urged to bo present.
Mrs. Dora Kaley roturned homo tho
first of thn week aftor a visit with
friends in Wotuor, Kans.
(Innron T.tmlanv'd OnllfiWAVR C.AIY
turi.it inn II rut. mints and oiirht second
prizes hi i no siaiu itui last wuuk.
, TxThomas Quigglo, republican candi
dato for clork of tho district court, was
down from Rosement last Friday.
Ernest Welch loft Saturday night for
Cripplo Creek, Colo, to look aftor his
extensive mining interests in that
Mrs. N. E. Hayden of Salt Lako City
Utah, arrived in tho city Wednesday
for a visit with her paronts Mr. and
Mrs. S. E. Kizer.
Mrs. Duuuis Finn, who has boon
visiting with hor paronts noar Red
Cloud, left Tuesday morning for her
home in Boulder, Col.
Harvey Vincent and family, Mrs.
Alden and Mrs. Douglass have ro
turned from tho big Advontist camp
mcotlng at Grand Island.
Dr. J. C. Mosshart of Lincoln, spe
cialist in diseases of the eye, car and
throat, will be at Dr. Raines' ofllco on
Wednesday, September U3.
A fine colt belonging to Dr. Cook
was badly cut on the leg in a barb wire
fence Friday. It required sixteen
stitches to oloae the wound.
Mrs. D. W. Pomeroy of Riverton was
transacting basinets In Red Clond,
,1 Thursday ana inciaentsiiy visiting
I Lwlth the family of Sam Kiser.
Charley Fort of Omaha visited with
his parents the first of the week and
Incidentally did a little business in the
cigar line for Peregoy & Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Newhouse of
Oakley, la., arrived Wednesday for
a visit with his brother, F. Newhouse
and sister, Mrs. Sophia Anderson.
he Workmen have started another
emborship contest. Rev. Haupt
mann will lead onn sot of workers and
the Hon. James Gilham the othor set
F. V. Taylor, formerly of this city,
came up from Wichita, Kan., Batur-
Comos tho now.
Now Is tho time for tho mnn of
tho houso to keep his promiso
nnd get tho wlfo n now Garland
Stovo. You hnvo needed It for n
long timo so don't put tho mat
ter off nuy longer.
We Have a Com
plete Line Garland
Stoves and Ranges
Aud at Prices That Aro Right
Don.t buy u clionp stovo of nil
things you do. You will romom
bor tho good goods price is for
gotten. 3V SaAaxvAt
Thoy nro tho best tho market
njfords nnd tho users nro tho
bost judges. Ask thorn.
Como in nnd look at tho lino.
lay m attend to mmiui business in con
nection with his Hal estate Intel est
I'lotrct youi' cattle ngnin&t blackleg
by using Ithicklrgnids. Thoynto sim
ple, stifo and suit). Anyone can use
them. For sttlu by H. E. Grice, the
Wanted Girl for laundry and din
lug room work; wash Monday morning,
iron Tuesday morning, wash Thursday
and iron Friday; $3 per week; board
and room. Bon Ton Bakery, W. S.
Bon so, proprietor.
The memburs of Garfield Post nro
earnestly itqtiosted to bo present at
their hall Saturday night for tho trans
action of important business. J. S.
Si. F. Bradshaw, W. W. Kendall and
Judge Stubbs woro up from Superior
Saturday night to attend tho Knights
Metiiplnr meeting. Two candidates
were initiated at thn mooting.
On Monday of this week Paul Pope
purchased tho interest of his brothor
Olto in tho linn of Pope Bros. & Co ,
hardware and implomont dialers in
this city. Paul is a bright young man
of considerable business tnlont nnd we
bespeak for him success.
A very small Red Cloud boy sprang
this on his mother tho other evening:
"Mamma, what would you till a barrel
with to mako it lighter?" "Ons?"
"Nopo." "Hot nir?" "Nope". "Well,
what would you fill It with to mnko
It llghtei?" "Holes," promptly re
sponded tho small boy.
Tho difference of opinion among
farmors concerning tho dnmage dono
by frost is surprising. Tuesday night's
frost was very heavy for this time of
year yet many farmors say no datnago
was done by it to the corn crop, while
othors claim the weight of the corn
will be reduced from 20 to 40 per cent.
Very few towns the slzo of Red
Cloud can boast of a better business
street than our own Webster street,
yet there U one spot that is sadly in
need of repair. Kvery time mere is a
fall of rain an unsightly mud puddle
forms in front of Albright & Rife's
store, and remains there several days.
Strangers take particular notico of
A WMcMle Hwse ftr Red Clwrf.
Mr. J. P. ivemmor of Lincoln, Neb.
is In Red Cloud for tho purposo of es
tablishing a brnnch houso of tho
Loverin & Hrowno Wholoialo Grocery
Co. of Chicago. As soon as a suitable
building can bo secured tho company
will open a general wholosalo and job
bing house hero.
It is understood tho now firm will not
do a rotail business, but will confine
itself strictly to tho jobbing trado,
supplying tho country retailers in this
neighborhood. A canvass of tho
neighboring towns will bo mado next
week and tho now firm hopes soon to
be ready for business. Mr. Kemmor
will movo his family from Lincoln to
this city, and his business partnor,
whoso namo wo woro unablo to learn,
will also mako this his homo. Wo be
lieve tho now firm will be successful,
as Red Cloud is so situatod as to make
a natural distributing point fnr a whole
sale houso of this kind. Tub Chief
welcomes them to Red Cloud.
Campbell Bros, circus gavo two por
foimances in this city yesterday to
largo and well pleased crowds. In tbo
afternoon the largo tont was completely
filled. ' Tho crowd at the evening per
formance was mush smaller than that
in tho afternoon, but all present seemed
to enjoy the show.
Tho stout parado in tho morning was
not up to tho standard in size but what
thero was of it was good.
Tho circus proper was a very credit
nblo exhibition, tho acrobatic work of
Japiueso troupe being particularly
line. Tlu fifing trnpoizo and aerial
horizojial bur work wero as good" us
any seen in tho larger circuses.
One uoticoalo foaturo was tho ab
sonco of "grafters," and noi a singlo
onoof this spealns was to, bo soon on
tbo grounds. This is a nctablo con
trast to tho hordo of thugs nnd "skin
gnmo" men accompanying tho Sells &
Downs show. When Campboll Bros,
again visit Red Cloud thoy will un
doubtedly bo greeted by n largo crowd.
Mr. Cornelius Erwin and MissMaudo
B. Nolson of Rosomont woro married
on Soptombor 0 at R')semont, Rev. G.
W. Hammoll of Bluu Hill officiating.
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Jamos Burden, Tuesday evening,
Soptember 1G, occurred the wedding
of Mr. William O. Musgrove of Rod
Cloud and Miss Bertha V. Lockbart,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Look
hart of Cathorton procinct; Roy. M.
P. Dixon performed tho coromony.
A largo number of invited guests woro
presont, nnd tho brido and groom re
ceived many vuluablo and useful pre
sents. Thoy will mako their homo in
Mr. William A. Bunnell of Still
water procinct and Miss Olive Grneo
Kellogg, daughter oflMr. and Mrs. W,
The New "K. B." Shoulder
This is the shoulder that has created such a stir among
Clothing Manufacturers completely revolutionizing the
making of Rcady-to-Wcar clothing.
t This will be found only in Kohn Brothers' Fine Clothing,
originators of the "K. B." Shoulder Pad, now protecting
their rights by patents in thi9 and foreign countries.
By the use of this pad, the same shoulder that until now
amamamamamamamamsmmam do rAam
aamamamamaWmm&Pn ir. ts
The H. S. & MHand-Tailored, the K. B. Fine Clothing
and several other high grade
Fall Campaign with a
,of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing, Furnishing
.Goods, Hats, Trunks and Shoes. No larger line shown
in Southern Nebraska.
We Most Cordially Invite Your Inspection.
Couiden-Kaley Clothing Go.,
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS.
First Door North of Postofflce. Red Cloud, Neb.
F. Kellogg of this city, wero married al
the homo of tho bride's parents in this
city Wednesday morning, Rev. M. P.
Low Rate Wt.
Tho Burlington oilers round trip
tickets ns follows:
Denver, Col., nnd return, $13.40,
Juno 1 toSept.80.
Colorado Springs, Colo., and return,
SIG.OO, J une 1 to Sept 30.
Pueblo, Col., aud return, $10.00,
Junel to Sept. 80.
Glen wood Spnngn, Colo., and rpturn,
$25 45, Juno 1 to Sept. 30.
Ogdon, Utah, and return. 130 CO,
Juno 1 to Sept. 80.
Salt Lako City, Utah, nnd return,
$30 CO Juno 1 to Sopt. 30.
Deadwood, S. 1)., and return, 818.60,
Juno 1 to Sopt. 30.
Hot Springs, S. D., and return,
$15.40, Juno 1 to Sept. 80.
Custer, S. O., and return, $10.00,
Juno 1 to Sept. 30.
Ask tlckot agont for particulars.
The undersigned will sell at public
auction, nt tbo John A. Emick Farm,
4 1-2 miles enst of Red Cloud on Tues
day, Sept. 20, at 10 o'clock a. in, the
fallowing described propel ty. 1 maro
0 years old, 1 bay horse 10 years, old,
1 liuckoMii horse 0 yrs , 1 blark Imreo
8 yrs , 2 2-year old and 1 suckling colt,
5 good milk cows, 1 Durham bull, 6
spring i'bIvi-s, 1 M.'Cormiek bindor,
1 Mt'Cormiok mower, two lumber
wngnne, one Engln lister, ono 14 inch
stirring plow, 1 20-inch slat plow, 1
walking cultivator, 1 3-section stool
harrow, 2 sets of work harness, 1
singlo haruesi, 1 pair of lly-nots, All
sums under $10 cash; on all sums ovor
$10, 0 months timo, purchaser giving
noto with approved security at 10 per
cent. 6 per cent oft fnr cnh.
Vekk Emick, Admr.
O. L. WiNKKEr, Auctioneer.
Laid Buyers' ExcurelM.
Bargains in pasture and hay land,
improved and nnimprovod valley and
upland farms in Valley, Greeley, How
ard nnd Sherman counties. Pasture
nnd farm lands from $5 to $20 por aero
From $'i00 to $500 secures an improved
or river bottom farm.
Kxourion will lonvo Cowies for
Loup City Tuesday, Sopt. 22, ovor B
& M R. R. Loup City mid return,
$1 17, on this date only. Secure n farm
now and got lundlord rent. Write for
partluulurs to A. 11, Kconey, Cowlos,
has been seen only in the highest
priced merchant-tailored garment is
secured. We will show it to you.
Clothing buying is made easy
here "satisfaction, or money cheer
All Union Made.
ws CAtir a coMurri tmt or
COATS that keep CLOTHING with m
their ilnpe. Indlvidutlirjr. Vm
IS ALL IN.
We arc showing the
finest makes of Clothing
manufactured in the U. S.
lines. We 'will begin our
D A MQA G E
in Adnmscounty, May 24th.
For first-class Insurance,
call on or nddross
! O. C. TEEL
? RED CLOUD. NEB,
A. 0. I). W. Picnic.
The Ancient Onior of United Work
men of Wuhst'T county will hold their
uuuunl picnic at Cowies noxt Thurs
day, Sepluiu'jut' 24 Grand Muster
Workman Jacob Jaskalek and other
otllcers of the grand lodgo will bo
present and address tho mooting.
Thoro will bo,rmi8lo and other amuse
ments. Everybody is invited to bo
present and briug along a basket,
tilled with something to ent.
Advertised Letter List.
List of letters remniuing uncalled f c?
at tho postolllco ut Red Cloud, Ne
braska.for tho wook ending Sopt. 17,
Casoy, P J Parkor, W G
Reeder, Wm Steers, Mr.
Thoso letters will bo sent to the d,ead
letter ofllco Oct. 1, 1003, If not called
for before When calling for above
pleaso say "advertised."
T. O. Uaokbk, Postmaster.
INFIiAMMATOUY KUKUMATI&M COTtBD IN
3 DAYS ,v
Morton L. Hill, of Lebauon, lnd.,ciijs; "Jly
wife had Inflammatory Rhcumaiiim In every
roukclo and joint; her mirerlng wa tvjbl
aud her bodr nnd face were awolleu il'riibrtsi.
yond recognition; had been In bed six week
and had eight pliyfcletant, but received ao
benetlt until alio tried tbo Myttlo Cure fot
ItheumatUm, 11 gavo Immediate relief and
(ho wau nblo to walk about In Itireo daji. I ua,
miro It tftved her life." Sold by U. G, Orlc
Druggist, Ked Cloud, ,
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