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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1904)
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VOLUME XXX II.
Miner Bros. I
By right prices we don't mean City prices or Bar
gain prices, but prices that are right for reliable mer
chandise. We stand back of the representation of
rvery article sold from this store. If you are not
satisfied with your purchase, bring it back in salable
condition and we will cheerfully refund your money.
A lot ol l.lXX) yards of
1 Hue (iinghuni in stripes.
checks ami plain colors the
usual 10c kind. Instead
of IPe, pi ice
Qt ()ic lot of l' tneli
Oil (Unchains in stripes.
These aie mostly reinnents and
short lengths canied over fiom
last tall, with a number of new-
pat terns. Usual price
5 to !UV. Pi ice now
Some pretty new novelties in
fancy neck ilbbons. Satin Tat
fctu in white, with largo silk em
We are overstocked on one num
ber of Corsets our No. 294 in
black and white; a full run of sizes,
in the perfect-fitting C.-B. Corset.
Regular value $1.00.
f 'Satisfaction or
Blft Horn Basin.
Your spate time will be well spent if
you will use it in making a trip to this
nuw ii tingled country. The United
States will not bo long now in getting
under irrigation all tlm land that is
mibject to this class of fanning, ns it
is becoming tlio most popular way to
farm for sin e i usults. This coiinti v is
yet in its infancy, and homuseukers
should avail themselves (if this oppnr
tunity to get a faun in the H'g Horn
II nin. .Iusl now you can gel the
choice of this land at a veiy low pi ice,
and you will lie sin prised what a delay
of a few days will do for you in the
once of tins land
Post your.self on this country by writ
ing for I'lookiut desciiptinn of the Big
Horn Hasin and other inhumation you
Wu will make vol v low rounit tlip
lates to tliis country the lirst and
ihinl Tuesday in May .-.I. Fianeis,
General Passenger Agent, Huiliugton
Uoute, Omaha, Neli iinjti
Real Estate Transfers.
Tiansfois for week ending Wednes
day, Aptil '-1. furnished by J II.
Huley of Webster County Abstiaet
company. ,. ...
Lincoln Land Co to deotgo Solo-
moil lot .'1 blk 1 1st add to ma-
dan wd t
ll-iup HoyiU" 11 A V ! "wt
HW4 8 4-U wd'
Kllen (I Talbot to Village of
IJuliluUock plsel bt'4-M 8 wd
broidered dots in pink, blue and
red. Chuinpagno color with
small "silk embroideicd dots, in
white, led and black. A Into
novelty: per yard 35c
.MM yards of "2 to 1 in. Ton
and Val. Lace-. Conic whili
assortment is complete,
yard, while they last . ..
Whites and black stripe, col
ored stripes, plaiiuwhite, lace
elieeUi, otc. in regular fide cloth,
but remuent lengths of 5 tn 18
yd pieces. Instead of tiOo 33c
Wlitiaschu and wite to K J
Olmstedo f'i swl and sw4 nwl
17 I U well 800
Lincoln Land C to Carrie L
H iker lots 1 'J-7 and 8 blk 5 l.st
add to Bladen wd 1 W)
Lincoln Lund C to Luella T
Hiker lots ;t.j r and t! blk 1 1st
add to Illation wd lwi
Moit.Mges filed $.1400
Mortgages ideas ! fcWOO
Light harness at .Ion Fogel's.
Infants' all-wool whim shiits, HDc.
Try Waul Haves for a llrst class
shave or hair-cut.
If you want thu bust and cheapest
harness, go to Pogel's.
Furnished Rooms for Runt Imitiiro
of Mih. .1 A. Tullov".
Moriuville's l'mfoctioii Hair Tunic
for sale at SohalVnit's barbur shop.
Some moro of that cream white
IL nnotta at ). Nmvhuu'' ', at arm a
Cart of Thanks.
We take this moihid of nxprcssli g
our appreciation and gratitude to all
filends wlio allowed ns so much kind-
ncss and sympathy dining the Mc kiifH
a and death of our sou ami brother
j Mil ANI MllS Cil.OltOK (lAUNIMt
I ANIl I'AMII.V.
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HEI) CLOUD, NEllllASKA, APKII, i2!, 1i()l.
IntorcstinK Items Gathered
by Our County R-cporters
Mis A T Bittan was niimheied
with the .sick last week.
C. F. Gather was in this vicinity last
Sitimlay on business.
Mr and Mrs Otto Jensen are visit
nig relatives itiNtibkolls county.
Horn, to Mr and Mis. Win. Musc
grovc, Ktiday, April lr, a baby gill.
Will says he vill not allow the nojs to
come aiound now.
Mis liictthuuct'.s windmill blew to
pieces dining thu strong wind last
Miss Hcrlha Wiseeat ver is able to bo
up and around af .era long siege of the
Seveial of the young people from
this icinity attended the dance at Mr
Kudrna's last Satuuluy night.
Otto Skjelver slil. ped Ids fat cattlo
Mi M irker is quite sick again.
II imp Visecaier was in this vicinity
Tuesday bujiiig eggs.
Dining the strong wind last Sunday
a board tilo w dir of lieigeman's ham
and hit him on the head, cutting quite
a seveiu gash.
A heavy lain visited thi.-i locality
I-tst Sunday; three and one half inches
was ngisteicd on V. K. l'ayue's water
Wheat is looking excellent. Oats
have been retarded some by the cool
weatl er. No com has been planted
CM. Wilson pill chased a horse from
Klmer l'Vigg Tin sday.
Kd HretthHiier traded hoists 0110
day this week with ttoy Wilson.
C 11 Wilson was transacting busi
ness at Red Cloud last S:turday.
(iratdpa J A. Lockhail is attending
court at Red Cloud this week.
(Jeorge HelTulbower closed a very
successful term of school at Cithetton
(Julio a hard ram fell heio last Suit'
day, accompanied liy a haid wind
which Mew down several wi id mills
in this iciuity.
II l'. Hoyil and II. C iiituer siiipped
two caisof cattlutoSt .loo lastSundaj.
i'licy accompanied tin in to that place.
Mis tieoige Xewhoii.so and chilitieu
retuined home Tuesday after visiting
her patents for suvmal days.
Mis Win Staley and Mis. L. Boyd,
went to Fan field last Tuesday to visit
Mrs. Slaley' inothei,Mis. Tine.
Mis. N. Spuuger and son lilis.s thine
to Hluu Hill last Fnday.
Mis. Joo Widdeishcnn went to Nor
man last Satiuday to visit her patents.
Sho dtovu back Widne.sday, accoin.
pameit liy her mother, Mis. Cnaiiibers.
Mr and Mi )ohn Kiopp and Mis.
Kastetly went to lMV.lt last Tuesday,
to attend the wedding John Souclnck
ami Miss Warner. John is a lumber
of Mis. Kiopp, and Mis. K isterly.
Miss Maiker, thu '.eaeher of thu
l'liinuiy loom, was unable, to gel liack
Sunday on account of thu stoi in Miss
(illicit Reed taught dining liei absence,
Flunk Wheat has biick hauled
the foundation for his nuw dwelling
cast of Mr Donuej's
T. J. M ilonev is now ahlo to hobblu
about on mutches.
I t,u i ,i,tl i ,i, ., i . , ,
j Mis. Me.lswLHinbu.tha co.nplct.d
biM sci.o.d in IheMcN.mdisttict.
CiiHf. Dai win wa over fiom.lowill
j county ) htm day
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I mi, lie, . w. . i.i, ...,, i i, III,), , H'K
atlo'ided the funi'ial of Miss (Juttiu
K'tlny ttt Rid Cloud Tuesday.
Lewis S nitli, liing noilh of (iuiilu
Roak, was tliiowu from bis horse Sun
day and his leg was bioken liy thu fall,
'i hu KonMBloli dull ttuiit to Kurt
'Cloud Uediicsd-iy uIiimc they weie
oi'tei tallied h Mis V. S (iarber.
Mis Claienci Wuldoof Hloimington
lias ictuincd liome aftei a sliott visit
j with hei giaiidniother, Mi. U.K. Ulch
' Woil; on the tui.il telcplione lines is
1 ptogiessing tapidly.
Kain is still tlieoidct of the day.
Abe and (ieoige Michael's winilinills
were blown down Sunday evening.
Kllss Kptiiaph is Imilduig a new
addition to his house
The Michael and lloiiglitaling boys
weie wolf.hiinting M unlay afternoon.
TlioV saw no wolve, hut shot a cianu
incasui ing 4 feet ftom tip to tip.
Howaid lloiiglitaling has his millet
gi omul plowul and is icady to plant
Wheat iiiiil alfalfa aie looking line,
but glass is glowing slowly.
(Jem go Michael has some millet
set'd for salo
Rfttl CloiuMxb.inon Linn.
The K,mI Cloud anil Lebanon Mutual
Telephone compinies have li-'nn con
solidated and will have a line twenty-
tinea miles in length. Kiiough moiiey
I ns been subset ibid to build the line,
with t inch top poles twcnij-tccl high.
Subscribers aie notilied that money or
GO day notes for t Loir poitions must he
paid insult of lifu-eu das,iothat work
may begin. Afier May 15 no moie
ehartor moiubeis will be taken in, ami
the membership feu will hoiaisd from
910 to a sum consideiably higher.
Money or notis may be deposited witli
the l'eoplen Hank of Red Clou I. The
i Ulcers of thu consolidated comnany
aie: lXivid Hell, president; S. N Cot
ter, vico piesidnut; V. II Sciivner, sec
retarj; M. A. Colo and K (Jiaham,
treasureis; and six tiustees distnbiited
along the lino
$45 California and Back.
Aptil 'J3 to Maj 1, iiicliiHivc, tickets
on Mile via the Huiliugton route to
San Fiancisco and Los Angeles and
leturn at 915. This is less than thu
logular one way rate.
No moie delightlul outing cun be
imagined. Thu tup is iiiuln at the
tiiiieof the year when traveling is a
pleastue mid tlio cliinato of California
at its best.
Attractive diveiso ionics aui olTered
as well as libir.il stopover priviliges
and leturn limit
Folder giving details mailed fieu on
uipiest Our agent can give joti any
fuitlier inform uion that may be do
sited J Francis, (Lmeial p.issengur
agent, Oin ilia.
Worlds Fair Rates.
Tickets to St. L'luisaiid letuiii, good
all sumimir, 3'23 15
On niiil after Apul 'J5, sixty day
tickets $10 :m
On and after Apt il -"!, ton day tickii ts,
For full information about tiain sei
vice ask the ticket agent.
Now is thu time tu take a spt ing
tonic to pui ify the blood, cleanse lie
Iti'er Hint LMm.iu .if nil mmiiritli4.
' ,., K,K,ky ,,, , wl ,,
thu business !i.i cunts, I'u i or tablets.
-C L C Mting.
WALKING IN CIRCLES.
Why I'eoiile l.nnt tu I'iik or Vorrnt
llo .ol ('u bli'iilulil On.
ft Is a mutter of common knowledge
that when a mail Is walking blindfold-
?(l "l ls losl '" '" '"' '" M"" m'
known torcht or dcseit Instead of
walking straight he has always a
tendency to woi U loiiud lu a I'irclc TIiu
most commonly accepted explanation
()f this curious fad is the alight In-
('nihility of a man's Ic's. The result
""f "no limb being longer than the
0,t,r w Imtlmi,7y ,,u tlmt u ,u,r-
b0Il w, lmt0usciousl- take u longer
htep with the longer limb, and con-
bcqiiently wlll-ticnd to thu tight or
to the left, aciotdlng as thu left or
right ls the longer, unless the teudemy
to deviation Is coiicitul b.v thu eye.
This explanation ls support, d by the
fact that lu thu enormous majority of
cases tho human legs ate pioed to bu
of unequal length. Thu cm el til mens-
iii'niiiontu of ii series of
plmml tlml no luns tlmil 00 lior tent
This beautiful gravy ladle is one
"Oneida Community Quality"
that make refined and lasting gifts
For Sale by Newhouse Bros
Had the lower limbs unequal In length;
:t.i per i cut had the right limb longer
t li ii it the left, while In .'5 per cent the
left leg was the longer. The left leg
being, (heieforo, more often the loiy,
It Is to be cNpceted that the Inclina
tion should take plaie mote fieipiently
to the right than to the left, and this
conclusion is iiltc borne out by ob
servations made on u number of per
sous when walking blindfolded.
Thrr Arc roniforlnlilr rl(hrr
Mumiiirr sjnr Wlnlrr.
Tlie Korean sljlc of iirmltectiire la
nulled to an thing but an extieme cli
mate such as preMiila there. During
the winter months It 1m very cold. The
houses are made of bamboo frame
work, plastered within and without
with adobe mud. The roof Is thatched
Willi rice straw, which is weainer
proof. The Inside may bo made Into
one room by the sliding back of a
screenlike partlMou. .lust why these
were Introduced It Is impossible to
say, for they are but rarely used, aa
privacy Is ncor desired In Korea.
This open space becomes the living
room, and even when traveleis are
passing along and must halt for the
night they are Invited to share n com
mon sleeping place on the tloor with
the entire family. The discomfort of
such an experience Is extreme during
the summer, in the kitchen, which It
Just without the living room, thcio Is
located a most curious kind of stove,
I'loiii this clay pipes extend under thu
floor to the living loom. They warm
the house summer and winter alike.
tik Mil NS r
ftf - IfisSL
y yfliitfjsu iii?a w wwi-sy
' WSih H'casi ifor &ad iroublio Si crtzihos
hot-breada,, biscic and czlzz oz 'litt&t
ilavor, liJtfkt Rw&ei,. &zmr.tiT.hi(i and
) assuredly digestible ?MiC vholesosne
pieces of silver-plated
tableware that are fam
ous for possessing the
originality, the ait and the Mulsh of tlio IkhI " HtorliiiK.
It Is iiiiule In the plate heaWer than triple, callod "Trlplo
plus," iiiiil Is guarauteed for twenty-Ilvo years.
The Oneida Coininunlty'H AMilon pattern with Its lienutt
ful Trench gray Mulsh Is tlio most perfect reprod notion of
'Hterlhig" that lias cer boon atteinited. It Is sold for
iitKiut the price of ordinary pinto. Wo will bo glnd to telt
you moro alMiut "Oneida Coiuiniinlty Quality" sllvorwnro-
and to show you many
rich and beautiful sets
for It has nccr entered their nittid
thnt some means could bo devised
whereby the heat could be turned ofT
from the other quarters. Housekeeper..
HAIRS OF THE NETTLE.
Hie Hrimnii Tlic- SllliK So Whr
'lliey I'rlck the Klrah.
The stinging hairs of the common-'
nettle, which can easily he seen by thcr
uaked eye, stand out under the uitcro
vcope as rigid, transparent, tubular
prickles, highly polished mid exqui
sitely pointed. At their liases these
halrs are furnished with bulbous reser
voirs, which an' charged with formic
acid, un acrid, poisonous fluid, which h
discharged Into the wound after the
harp polnlH have pierced the akin,
Mr. CurtlH, In his "Flora." given thlse
graphic description of the process:
"Placing the foot stalk of u nettle leaf
on the stage of a microscope, I pressed
the bulb with a blunt pin and found,
a liquid ascend In the prickle, as quick
silver does when a warm hand Is ap
plied to the bulb of a thermometer. C
saw the liquid ascend and flow froii.
Its extremity. I was the more anxloust
to see this, as I fancied the polsoiu
might proceed from an iipertme lu tbtr
nlde of the sting near Its point, audi
here It appears to be placed rathorr
than quite at the end, that It may not.
take off f i oiu Its necessary sharpness.
One lliine, tin- Other .Not llrtciin.
Trillins (ItNiklug up from Darwin'
celebrated moiM-You're an evolution
tif a monkey. Secondus Vou haven't
started yet. Yale Record.
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