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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1904)
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I Do You
When you nro hungry mid
want sotnothig nice in tho
meat lino, tlrejp into my
market. I havo tho nieost
nnd moats, fish, nnd gnmo
in season. I think, and
iilmosS know, tliat I can
plcuso you. Givo mo a
W. L K0ON,
ROBINSON & BURDEN
i DOLLARS S
$ in Adams county, Mayith.
J For first-class insuranco,
J call on or addross 5
I 'FETETM 5
rm 0m a mmSmmmm
IPC o cloud. Men. m
. P. HALE
Somo of tho finest farms, and
city property in Webster Coun
ty, Nobraska, for salo Pricos
ranging from $15 to 125 por aero.
J. P. HALE,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
IN EVERY 9TYLC.
Tho Bon Ton is prepared
to sorvo 0 store iu every
stylo on short notico. All
for cold weather served at
tho soda fountain. Catoring
for parties aud dances.
The Bon Ton
W. S. BENSE, Proprietor.
at Reasonable Pricos.
MRS. J. A. TiLLEYS
HISS NELLE EMEBTON
Parlors at homo of Mis Tulloys.
o ugalnst Firo, Lightning, Cy
9 clonos and Wiudstorms, soo
JNO. B. STANSER,
Bcont for tho Farmors Union Insur
aiico Co., Lincoln, Nob., tho best in
surance company in tho stato.
5 L0C4LETTES g
Light harnoss at Joo t'ogol's.
Try tlint cnlf moal at Caldwell's.
Elmor Kaloy is homo from Denver.
Dun Garbor was ovor from Nolson
Warren Longtin was up from Nelson
J P. Winlors of Lincoln is in town
Tho Dolincator for March at F
Mtas Josio Igou hns roturnod from
Try Ward Hayes for a first; class
sunvu or hair-cut.
Anson Garhur has resigned hi
posi'.ion at Hadull's.
If you want tho host and cheapest
harness, go to Fogel's.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Foo were down
from MiCook Sunday.
Sue Joo Fogol for anything in the
harness or saddlory lino.
Link Skaggs win ovtr from Lebanon,
Kan., tho first of tho week.
Mr. E. Stover of Edgar is visiting
Mr?. J. A. Tulloys this week.
Mrs. Bomford was in Lincoln and
Omaha this weok on business.
Moranvillo's l'erfoction Hair Tonic
for salu at SchafTnit's barber shop.
Quick sorvico and first class work is
tho motto at SchafT nit's harbor shop.
Mrs. Mabel Thompson has returned
from Lincoln nnd her health is much
Mrs. J. B. Wright gavo a rocoption
tho first of tho wook for Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Hale.
Miss Helen Hoover of Namaha City,
Nob., in visiting with her aunt, Mrs.
T. C. Hacker.
Boyd Smith loft for Havelock Satur
day night, wbero ho has a position in
B. & M shop.
Miss Minnie Smith enmo homo from
S tit Lake, Utah, to attend Hit funeral
of her father, J. H. Smith.
Ed Amack has resigned his position
with James Peterson and is now em
ployed at Johnston's livory barn.
Jesso Buell hns severed his connec
tion with Will Shouso's tailor shop.
The operation was not very painful
Dona Oyer, who has been continod
to his homo for several weeks by an
abscess on his hip, is ablo to be out
W. H. Fishburn was over from North
Branch, Km'. Wednesday, to tako tho
initiation in tho A. O. U. W. lodgo of
Ed. McCrillis has purchased a farm
in Jewell county, Kansas, noar North
Branch, and will move on to it in tho
Mr. Leslie E. Burwell and Cula F.
P. Stickney, both of Inavalo, were
gnted a marriugo license Tuesday by
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Stnelser of
Keystone, S. Dak., were in tho city
thin week to attend tho funeral of Mrs
Will Ward arrived homo Wednesday
morning from Omaha in rosponso to a
telegram announcing the serious ill
ness of his father.
Word has been received here of the
death of Mrs. Jack Rennacker, former
ly ot this county, at Siloam Springs,
Ark., on the 12th. .
Rev. Ilauptroann and family will
leive tho first of next week for Alma,
whore Mr. Uauptmann has accepted
the pastorate of the Congregational
The members of the A. O. U. W. will
glvo an entertainment at thoir hall
next Thursday evening, March 1. All
members and their ladies are invitod
Ed Seaton's wagon, with a big load
of hay, broke down at tho idtorseetion
of Webster street and Fourth avonuo,
and blockaded tho street for a short
Charley Moranvillo and wifo of Salt
Lako City, Utah, accompanied tho
body of J. H. Smith to this city. They
will remain for a short visit beforo re
turning to thoir homo.
Pretty Miis Nellie Haecomb, Omaha:
"I owomy good looks and health to
Hollister's Rocky Mountain tea. Havo
fully regained my health." Tea or
tablots. 15 cents. C. L. Cotting.
Services at the M. E. church noxt
Sunday: Morning subjoct, "Christ
Viewed by Men," Matt, xxxii, 8G; even
ing subject, a book roviow, Goorge
E'lot'H "Romola," by Newell Dwight
Hillis. You are invited to attend.
A. Bruner has reopened his black
smith shop, first door south of city
laundry, and would bo pleased to havo
his old customors, and now ones aa
well, call on him when in need of
blackmithing, or wagon work, etc. 4
'IH.. Uolt l.alrn Plf.t- ITf.h flilrt Vol
I fill UU - .-J, w. , wM M. u.
lows havo adopted extended resolu
tions of rtgrot and condolonco at tho
death of J. 11. Smith, copios of which
wero forwardod to tho lodgo herb and
to tho relatives of tho deceased. We
rnorot that lack of spaco f oi bids our
I publishing tho sumo.
Stock, saddles at Joo Fogol's.
Car best Colorado coal at Caldwell's.
John Gratis Is puits slik with rheu
matism. Charloy Port was in town the first f
A. L. Funk of Lincoln was in town
Infants' all-wool whito shirts DOo.
Rev W. T. Taylor was down from
Al Galusha was in town for a couplo
of day this wotk.
Furnishod Rooms for Rent Inquire
of Mrs. J. A. Tulloys.
Place your orders for noxt car Shorl
ilancoal. J. O. Caldwell.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Conovor of M
Cook spent Sunday in town.
Tho Epworth lenguo of the M. E
church has been reorganized.
F. V. Taylor of Wichita, Kan., is in
tho city on business this week.
Cook wanted at tho Hon Ton; $20 per
month, board, room and washing.
Mrs. George Riekottl was taken to
tho insane asylum at Lincoln Tuesday.
Mrs. R. S. lVoudlit of Guide was
visiting friends in the city this wrok.
Somo moro of that cream whito
Henrietta at F. Nowhousu's, at 15c a
Hugh Miner wont to Chicago Satur
day in the interest of Minor Bros' big
John W. Tulloys camo down from
Lincoln Saturday to spend Sunday at
Mrs Graco Wiles of Orleans is visit
ing with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. L
Henry and Ben Boyco, from Frank
lin county, wore in town Sunday for a
T. J, Ward is stiff oring from a stric
ture of tho stomach and is in a very
Loon Lester t Connecticut arrived
Friday to attend tho funeral of his
mother, Mrs. Milton Lester. ,
A. II. Gray of Norton, Kan., was
in town this week. Ho is now work
ing for tho Bankers' Llfo of Lincoln.
Mr. and Mrs. A. O..Bon of Willow
crock will Boonretnore to Phlllipsburg,
Mo., to make that thoir futuro homo,
J, A. Hnstner, who has been visiting
with his brother, A. C. Hosmer, has
n turned to his hatno in Des Moines,
An orrorin Morhart Bros', advertise
ment last wefk makes thoir prices on
hog fencing look rather high. Tho
There are two kinds of
hog fencing, American
and other kinds. The
has stood the test and is
today the best fencing
made. It is of larger
wire and better woven
and stretches over un
even ground to a better
advantage than other
makes. We are making a
for a timo on tho American
No'v is tho timo to placo your
ordor and got tho bost fouee
20 in. high, 12 in. mesh, for
hu go pastures, por rod.. 22c
20 in. high, 12 in. mesh, for
largo pastures, por rod.. 28c
2G in. high, ( in. mesh, for
small pastures, por rod 32c
Don't buy an off brand
of fence when you can
get the American at these
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OUR SPECIAL SALE
Of Men's, Boys9 and Children's
Suits, O VBRCOA TS and Pants
is drawing to a close. We have a few very
desirable Suits and Overcoats left that it
will pay you to see before this sale closes.
NEW SPRING GOODS
1THE COHDEN-KVLEY CLOTHING C0.,i
vVi First Door North of Postoff Ice,
prices should havo road "per rod" in
stead of "per yard."
A number of relatives and friends
gathered at tho homo of Mr. Fred
Fearn Monday and gavo him a surprise.
Thoso present enjoyed a good dinner
and report a pleasant timo.
It Isn't how much cold cream a
woman puts on her faco but how much
Rocky Mountain ton sho takes inside
that brings out real beauty. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain tea complexions stay.
5 cents. Tea or tab'ols. C. L. Cotting.
Birds work for man from tho first
glimmer of light,
Rocky Mountain tea works for man
kind both day and night,
That's why It Is famous tho world
o'or and o'or,
It will not lot you turn ovor and tako
another snoro. O. L. Cotting.
A week from tomorrow evening,
March 5, will occur tho drawing for
tho lot to bo given away by tho G. A.
R post. An open meeting will bo bold
at Potter's hall, to which ovoryono is
invitod. Thero will bo speaking and
music, and, asido from tho drawing for
tho lot, ovoryono should havo a good
timo. Don't fail to attend.
In tho Franklin county district court
this wook Jamos W. Whito of Campbell
was acquitted on the charge of mayhem.
Ttiu caso grew out of a personal en
counter botweon White and Goorge
W. Hite, in which Mr. Hito had an oyo
gugedout. There is still a civil suit
pending in which Mr. Hite is suing for
$ lt.000 damages for the loai of his eve.
The Schubert Lady Quartette and
Symphony club delighted a largo and
appreciative audience at the opera
houso last night. The solos of Miis
Anna B. Rosemire, second soprano,
and Miss Saidee Spaulding, stcond
alto, were especially fine. The mana
gemtnt of the opera houso took pre
cautions against Ore by.having a line
of hoso laid from tho bank cornar to
tho rear entrance ot the opera house.
Mr. Charles B Halo and MIsb Nannie
R. Wright, and Mr. J. W. L ndloy and
Mies Ullio Carr, all well known, Red
Cloud people, drovo over to Smith
Center, Kansas, Saturday and wore
marriod Sunday. Tho wedding cere
mony was performed at tho homo of
Mr. aud Mrs. A. A. Burdick, formerly
of this city, at 9 o'clock Sunday morn
ing, Rev. Brown, pastor of tho M. E.
church at that placo, ofllciatlng. Tho
ceremony was witnossod by only a few
intimate friends of tho hostess of the
brides.' Tho nowly wedded couples
remained in Smith Center until after
noon, and then drovo back to Red
Cloud in tho evoning.
Mr. Halo is tho genial and adipose
foreman of tho Rod Cloud Nation and
' his brido is the daughter of Mra. E. J.
Wright. Mr. Lindloy is associated with
his father, J, O. Lindloy, in tho rcstau-
i rant business in this city, and bis brido
is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Josoph
Carr. Sbeisanativo of Red Cloud,
I having been born and reared hore.
TmcCuisr extends congratulations.
Married, at tho homo of tho bride's
) parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bon of
Willow Crook, Mr. William Dyson of
Nuckolls county and Mies Nellie M,
Bon, tho ceremony boing performed by
Rev B.F. Hutchins of tho Cowlos M,
h. church, at 7:30 p. n Thursday,
Fi-bruary 18. After tho coremony a
light wedding supper was greatly on
joyed by tho wedding party, which in
cluded Rov. Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs.
are arriving daily and we must make
room for them
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS,
A. C. Bon, Mr. and Mrs. Dyson, Miis
Edith Edson, Roy Wolf and Fred Bon.
A pleasing feature of tho wedding ban
quet was tho tact that tho' guests par
took of oranges grown on 'ho farm of
tho brldo's fathor, in Webster county.
Tho nowly wedded couplo will soon
leavo for their future homo in Nuckolls
county, Nebraska, where Mr. Dyson
owns a farm. Tin: Ciiikk aoknow.
ledges a liberal supply of the wedding
cake, and wtshis tho happy couple a
ploasant Journey through life.
The 1. 0. 0. F. Contest.
To-night Bun Adhem lodgo No. 18'1,
I.O. U. F , will entertain a largo num
ber of visiting Odd Follow. Thore
will be a prize drill contest for a hand
some gold mounted gavel, following
which tho W. R. C. will servo a ban
quet at Woodman hall, to which all aro
invitod cover. Among tho prominent
Odd Follows who will attond aro Grand
Master C. H. Ellis of Fremont, Past
Gtand Master Loomis of Fremont,
Grand Reprosantivo Hoagland of
North Piatt and Orand Chief Patriarch
Davis of North Plalto.
Tomorrow evaning Wobster encamp
montNo.25, Patriarchs Militant, will
havo a big mooting, at which all. of tho
prominent Odd Follows montionod will
bo present. After tho work in tho
lodge room has been completed a ban
quet will bo served at J. O Lindloy's
and covers will bo laid for sixty guests
Mrs. Eliza J. Zde, who died early
last Friday morning, was buried Satur
day afternoon from tbo Pleasant
Prairie school bouse, services being
conducted by Rev. Schlossor. Miss
Eliza J. Tabor was born in Henry
county, Illinois, April 11, 188G, and
was 37 years of ago at the time of her
death. She removed with her parents
to Cass county, Nebraska, when qnite
young, and on November 11, 1882, was
united in marriage to J. F. Zade. To
this union waro born four children
throe of whom survive thoir mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Zado camo to Webster
county in 1885.
J. H. Smith's Funeral.
Tho remain) of tho late J H. Smith,
formerly of this city, arrived from
Stilt Lake City Sunday morning and
wero ttken to tho homo of J. B, Stan
sor, and afterward were removed to tho
M. B church, whore sorvicis wero con
ducted by the Odd Follows, of which
ordor Mr. Smith had been n member
for years. Rev. E. L. Hutchins, pastor
of tho church, preachod tho sermon.
Tho remains woro escorted to tho
Rod Cloud cemotery by a largo delega
tion of Odd Fellows, friends and rela
tives of tho deceased. The Odd Fel
lows' burial ritual was used at tho
Tho following program will bo rond
ored at tbo A. O. U. W. lodgo, Tuesdny
evening, at an entertainmont given to
all members of the order and their
Song Male Quartotto
Addross Rev. Hauptmann
Vocal Solo W. H. Dungan
Address J. S, Gilham
Song Male Quartotto
Addrt-MS J R. MTcor
Vonal Solo Kdytho;Crowoll
AddrehB O. F. Gather
Clue la the Barker Case.
Last Sunday George Matkins, whilo
rummaging around in tho barn on tbo
Dan Barker placo, found a revolver
Red Cloud, Neb. m
bidden botweon tho studding. In
nnothor placo was found a partially
omptiod box of cartridges. Threo
chambers of tho revolver woro ompty,
corresponding to tho number of bullet
wounds found on the bodies of tha
murdorod couple. Tnis. clue will go a
long way toward establishing tho fact
that tho Barkers wore murdorcd by
someono familiar with tho promises.
Advertised Letter List.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at postofllco at Red Cloud. Nob.
for the wook onding February 25, 1004:
Dixon, W A Ilullott B
Hoagland, II D (2) Lo Duo GoiuWm O
Richardson L Smith Blanch (pkg)
Schulta Leopold Smith Jas
Horrid; G O Stanley Arthur
Walker B F
Thoso will bo sont to tho doad lotter
oflico Maroh 10, 1004, if not called
for boforo. When calling for above
ploaso say "advortisod."
T. C. Hackkk, Postmaster.
Farm For Sale.
Consisting of 100 acres, 21 mile,
south of Rod Cloud. G5 acros undor
cultivation, 15 acres of alfalfa, good
stand; 20 acres of tino timber, 16 acrea
meadow, fine grass; rest in pasture,
fenced in, running water in crook the
year round; good 4 room houso, built
five yoars; now granary, fair barn, now
cow shed 90 feet long. L. Soderbnrg,
Rod Cloud. molil2
The liiftfty CMtest.
All subscribers who had paid tneir
subscription to Tub Cnisr injadvance,
prior to the announcement of tha.
guessing contest, will be given the
privilege of guessing tho aame as those
who pay since the announcement was
made. Those who aro in arrears will
bo allowed four guesses for every
dollar paid. Now is the time to get in
on tho ground floor.
A Saall Blaze.
Saturday morning, about 7 o'clock,
fire broko out in Harrington's meat
market, caused by a can of greaso be
coming ignited, Tho wall and ceiling
of tho room wero slightly damaged, but
the iiro was extinguished without
Funeral of Mrs. Lester.
Mrs. Ella Luster, who died Wednes
day, was buried Saturday morning, the
services boing conducted by tho East
ern Star, of which ordor Mrs., Luster
had boon a prominent member.
I have just prepared mysolf to make
farm loans at a low rate of intorest
oithor in Jewell, Smith or Wobster
countio.s;,can pay oil at any timo.
J. H, Hailkv, Rod Cloud.
Card of Thanks.
Wo dosiro to thank tho many friends
who so kindly assisted us at the funeral
of our father.
Mrs. Ciias. Mouanvillk.
Miss Minnib Surrn.
H. E. ASHBR,
Of thoifKansas City Veter
inary Collogo. Oftloe at O.
M. Smith's Livory Barn,
ALL CALLS PRf NPTLY ATTENDED
RED CLOUD, - - NEB.
At Blno Hill every Thursday.
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