Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1904)
' . svw.. -w-. T5T
BW V .jjii'ii " ,-, Vv
VOLUME XXXI r.
RED CLOUD, NE11KASKA. MAUOH 18, 1001.
t? f 7
f Miner Bros. Miner Bros.
C4ao AJAro (nm Da fP.lrkiirlVc Tifi Store.
w uiui v iicrro iiuiii v -. w. - -
W Mt- m . -k. . . m m r "VrTk W
? vt. ILiUUIIUlllY VClllCl f
lB " C
c Economical buvers luiDrcclnto such lists as this, t
5 JTJ, C
S. W PETTICOATS. 5
t V- f
t .".. .,0, ecsftc?f 1
? k-Wlx ., .... ...... r
v i I riete 11 is uie vurv i-huk ji t
vV, , ... . ,-. r . " 7
" -' Petticoat penection. p
C f....i: ttwt ftifilmut niitriWM'ivod. I'lit
I n-niii llvlnir models: the yoke which does J
A away with all wrinkles ami fullness at C
s. l' tin. waist: and a variety of trimmings, 5
I V; ..i.iiM-ltwru rullloi mill nlulthiL's that Vim J
- I ' will appreciate. 5
S vPfntxs9ti&- Tne ,rico 1S our HUri,r,S1'' S
b mmmrw ?
i v&7iS- 1.00 to $4.00 s
r swsr-c RIBBONS.
0 - MM V
Boys' and Girls' Shoes The
"Bailable" hind for school
or dress. Hero it is possible to
get moru shoo worth, shoo stylo,
shoe comfort and shoo quality
for the outlay than at any other
Children's, .".0 to Jl.'io.
Misses' and Boys'. 800 to S2.."0.
Ladies' Shoes, 81.11) to frl.00.
Ladles' Oxfords, $1.10 to ill 00.
Collars and Stocks
l.'idoz. new Collar Stocks, 7c
to 81.00 each.
Veulso point laco Collrrs, 'ioc
81. (X) each.
Embroidered Stocks, 15c to
Culf and Collar Set, 00 to 73c.
Klhbons lower than elsewhere,
Just tho kind you want at less
than you expect to pay.
"0 pieces 5 to 10. all Silk Taf
feta No. fi, 4c yard.
No. 7, (ic yard.
No. ft, 8c yard.
No. 12, 10c yard.
No 10, l'ic yard. This Nil',
No. 40. loo yard. This is IP,,
Belts and Wrist Bas.
New Belts, UOo to 8t.2T).
Black and gilt Girdles, crushed
leather, all silk. Many new pat
terns. Two siiinplo lines.
Wrist Hhks, .'lite to 1.50 each.
If you can not
come to tho store
send in your or
der by phone.
1 'XSi0:Vi '&;:( ;
Jewelers fi Opticians
To Core A Cold In One Day.
j Tnko Laxative Bronio Quinine Tab
lets. All druRgtsta refund tho iuonoy
if It fulls to euro. E. W. Grove's signa
ture Is on each box. 25o.
W. A. Brady drove over to Blue Hill
Krnest Keed'd hnvo moved in their
Farmers hnvo commenced workinp;
in the Held..
Curt anil Lloyd Meed drovo over to
l)r Wi'Kmnn mnde a business trip to
Blue Hill TucNilay.
Mr and Mrs Win. ScnrU drovo lo
Blue Hill one day this week.
II C. Chevalier of Cninpbrll was
hero on business last Friday.
Dick Beck and wif will move In his
property vacated by Krnest Becd.
Wayne Kncd anil family visited at
the homo of II. B. Boyd last Holiday.
Mrs Springer and Mrs. SenrU spent
hist Wednesday with Mrs Kinerson.
Cornie Horrigan is home from
Chicago and expects to farm the home
place this year.
Joe Widder.sheini has accepted a posi
tion in the Uoulier imphninnt shop at
thi place and oo.iimeneed work there
Lewis Chirk, livine southwest of
own, died Wednesday morning, Marcli
i. He leaves a wife, four s'jus and
one daughter to mourn his loss.
Wallnco Ilay-of Grand Island and
James Hay of Strang came homo Sat
unlay and spent Sunday with their
mother, Mrs. A. Hay, returning Mon
day 11101 ning to their homes.
Nellie Cockrell entertained n nuin
her of ti lends last Tuesday evening.
A large number of now phones are
being added to the Ambov rural line.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frisbie weie
pleasantly surpnsed Tuesday evening
by a number of their young marritd
Lincoln. Nkii., March 10.
In order to to eliminate factions in
the guard, rid the organization of 11
useless and expensive attachment and
give, tho state troops a touch of real
uriny discipline should they ever bo
assembled in brigade formation,
Adjutant General Culver lias honor
ably discharged Brigadier General
Dairy, the hitter's term of three years
having expired February 2.'!.
The order discharging Gen. Barry
was preceded by one amending the
TRADEMARK like a salesman is
valuable in exact proportion to the
goods it will sell.
No salesman who makes false promises
can be permanently successful.
So with a trademark.
No hat bearing the Gordon trademark
has ever promised falsely. $3o
Normal has learned a lesson from tho
lecent small lire in that. Institution
ami besides drilling a volunteer llro
brigade composed of students tho hu
porintondedt will reluctantly part. with
a few hundred dollais of his scant up
'preprint Inn for new lire lighting up
paritus. At present there is but 75
feet of hose in the .building and u llro
.1 . .1 .. !... 1. ...!,1 1 1...
codosouim 111 iiiiuro it win 1101. .. iM t in, upper lloors or Uion some por-
uiwinuLiii i' tit null 11 ti nlimttmi fill tint. .... .. . 1 1..
IIH ly.nUI.I I W III 1 till V.II.Ut-11'll " .."
nuriiose of .select Iiil' 11 brigadier. All
Mis Cora Landus is 'home for a
Mr. and Mrs, John Sutton
Sunday with Mrs. Arnraon.
We hope to sco a church built
Walnut Crook in tho near future.
Mr. Cirtwright of Mnnkato, Kansas,
is visiting with his undo Mr. Fariuun.
Mr and Mrs. K. B. Smith and Mrs
Burnett of Mc.Cook spent Monday at
Wallace Jones, who has been attend
ing .school at the State University, has
Dmlnp the meetings held lieio a
number proffessed their faith in Chi 1st
and were baptized at Inavnle.
Walter Martin, who has Ixon in
Taconui, Washington, for the past
year, was calling on old friends Tuesday.
Mrs Waddell and children have
been visiting with her brother, Charlie
Kinker. 'I hey will makn their home
in Hfd Ciotiit, where Mr. Waddell has
bought a butcher shop
The funeral of Dolly Milili-jd, little
daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. John
Mitchell, was held at the school house
Sunday morning, Hev. Heesu conduct
ing the services. Thev have tho hjih
pathy of the entile community. All
know how it grieves us to give up our
of tho members of General Barry s
Blair were dismissed with him.
Brigadier-General Aaron S. Daggett,
(retired), U. S. military olllcer detailed
to borvico in Nobraska.will have charge
of all future brigade encampments in
Nebraska and will fulllll any and all
dutlos which In the past have been
discharged by tho brigadier which to
say truth have not been either num
erous or onerous.
t t t
County assessors are requested to
observe that tho credit doclsion of tho
attorney gonoral upplles to nil annui
ties, bonds, notes secured by mortgage,
book accounts due, all moneys loaned
and not outorod olsewhero on tho
schedule, cortitleates of purchase at
tax sale, building and loan stock and
all credits not otherwise listed.
1 I T
Lincoln physicians have decided
that tho state liouso has been a breed
ing shed for typhoid germs for many
yfnrA and are of the opinion that In-
suillo out soworago is tho causa.
Threo cases of fever were reported
among tho clerks last week and for
years thoro has been a great deal of
tho disease among those who inhabit
tho state houso.
Tho state board of public lands and
buildiuL's has decided to have tho
sanitary dovicoscarofully inspected, it
being thought that a now system will
bo unnecessary but that tho present
one will have to bo overhauled and en
larged. t t
Dr. C. V Baston of Kearney has
been appointed chief physician at tho
reform school to succood Dr. 11 S
tious of tho ground lloor could not,
Warden Beeiner's monthly report
shows that the 287 convicts in his in
stitution have been fed during Febru
rry at an average dally cost to the
slato or soven cents and six mills per
capita. Bread, moat and colfeo is tho
regulation iiiotui at tho prfson and
each prlsonor is supplied with a gon
erous ration of a good quality and well
It Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry.
Ask todny for Allen's Fo'nt-Kaso, a
powder. It cureu chilblains, swollen,
sweating, sore aching, dump feot. At
all druggists and shoo stoi of, 25c. 12 4'
A. Lathrop is 011 the sick list.
Fred Sehouberg has moved to Wahoo,
A.J Haves is out again after a sick
W A S"eley has heon on the sick
list, bin is better.
O J. Buchanan is in Lincoln this
week on business.
Mi. Million litis moved onto tho
John Dunbar farm.
Mr. Ciilllns sold but few of his horses
last week and drovo tho rest away.
Mrs. Hioh hns moved her millinery
stock from Hod Cloud to Guldo Hock,
K. W. Fowlor has moved his barber
shop into the south sido of tho Duudna
building, in the same room with Oli
via's real estate oflice.
Mather Konzick, while dilvin?
along tho street with 11 stalk-nutter,
1 aii off the end of a culvert, throwing
him from the machine and breaking
Mumps are prevalent In this vicinity,
Virgil Law has fluiauod rooOug his
The largest warrant drawn during
Auditor Weston's torm was issued and
paid Thursday morning, it being in
favor of tho Van Dorn Iron works and
representing the tidy sum of 11,418,
tho same being a payment upon the
i ow cells at tho penitentiary.
I I I
Chancellor Andrews Is coulldeut
that t,ho "Rockefeller" Tomplo to be
erected at tho University will be a
reality boforo uuotheryear has passed,
t t t
Governor Mickey wont to his homo
county convention Saturday, to ro
celve tho endorsement of tho republl-
can votors of Polk county.
The state board of assessment and
equalization has decided that deputy
assessors must report the oxuet aniuut
of property owned by telegraph, tele
phone and othor like corporations.
Tills doos not mean to report so many
miles of poles aud wiro, but to state
the exact number of linos strung All
othor details must bo as conscientious
t t t
II. C Lindsay, chairman of the ro
publican stato central committee, lias
boon sick iu a Lincoln hospital for tho
greater part of tho weok, unci whilo his
condition is not at till alarming, bis
physlcun prescribes coniploto relaxa
tion unci rest for a few days longer.
t t t
Superintendent Clark of tho Peru
The Old Horse.
Ho is no longer a bounty, Is old BUI.
Ho is knock-kneed, as you can soo
wliero ho stands there obedient to
your will. But fifteen years ago thoso
legs wore as neat and trim u those of
any thoroughbred. They hnvo been
sagged in your service! With a prido
in ids going qualities you drovo him
pell moll over hard roads and pavo
ments. And you let him stand by tho
hour at n hitching rack whilo youlal
lied. Stamping in summer to keop olf
the Hies, and In winter to keep the
blood in circulation, pounded over
pavements, what wonder ho Is bow-
His old head droops.
You remember when thoro was a
lordly arch In that neck "clothed with
thunder." But you used the over
check, causing a painful tension of tho
flexor niusclo of tho neck, hindering
full respiration end circulation of tho
blood, and causing quick fatlguo. Now
ho can hold his head up only for 11
Note tho bunch of gray hair on Bill's
Those are saddle galls made by your
hard riding and his willingness to go
your gait. You forgot to put a blanket
under the saddle when you hurried to
ride for the doctor, or to catch up with
tho other fo'lows up tho road.
He Is ''sweoniod" also.
You did that. The collar of 0110 sot
of harness failed to lit Bill's shoulders.
And tho haines of uuothorHet were not
adjusted as well as they ought to have
been. The -easons wore dry and dusty
and his shoulders wore often soixv
though Bill never complained!
And his eyes are bad.
Ills uorntal angle or vision, us of all'
horses, is earthward, but you reined'
him up, causing eye-strain. And you'
drovo first with and then without
blinders. Dust mid luck or sunshado
helped. And when bill got uclniler or
dust In bis oyo ho never spoko about
it and you didn't notice, You seo,
tho aulnial simply couldn't wipe his'
Plenty of them. Nolo tho butiipK
mid scars on bill's legs. There was 11
tlmo when ho Interfered and you did
not huvo hint properly shod. Turned
into a Held In winter that was fouced
with wire, ho could scarcoly oxorclsu
hlmsolf without injury. You hold hi
bond so abnormally high with your'
check-roln that ho often stumbled
when moving. (
Some good iu him yot?
Of course. You have not quite suc
ceeded iu killing tho faithful old fel
low, aud sometimes when his digestioir
lias been good and there is a level
strotcli or rond something of ills old
spirit gots into him. But It la putliet
ic to seo how soon ho is played out.
Thoro ho stands old Bill.
As ho Is, so you have nuido him. Voir
have abused him and ho still loves yoir
and whinnies at your npprouch. He
will llvo for you and work for you till
ho dies. "v
Tnko good care of old Bill.
It may go hard with you some day"
somewhere, If you fall to do so. Kuii
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children
Successfully used by Mother Gray,
nurse in the Children's Homo in NeW
York, cure feverish ncss, bad stomach,,
teething disordors, inoveaiid tognlnttr
the bowels and destroy worms. Over
30,000 testimonials. They never fail.
At nil ilriii'iiHiR . ar.ii. ShiihiIo flee. Ad-
dress Allen S. Olms'.ed, Lo Hoy, N. Y,
MIKUMATISM CUIIICD IK A DAY.
Myntlo Cnro for lIliciirantlMii nnd 'curnlitli
radically ruri'nJUi 1 to ilayH. Jin hcIIoii apoi
tho MjsU'in in rmarkiitiio ami tnyMerlou It
romovoBatonceihticaui-c ami thu i(llcao im
mediately dlcHPiHiiiK. Thu Una do;o Rrcatl
boneiltN. 7ft ccniH nnd Jl.OO. old by II. B.
Grice, DrngKlxi. I ted Cloud.
Don't forgot our free buggy otTor,
N' one in any way connectsd with liio
olllio will bu allowed to compote for
helps housekeepers more than
any other article in the
household. Its use protects
the health of the children
it p $
n w 1
""" - 1 T
, .--.. Av
Ti" ?"" -
'feiwVi WAJ. Afejfc.
1.C1- -J. .Z.r - !. T -" -j- . . ..-
Powered by Open ONI