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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 1, 1904)
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Miner Bros. Miner Bros.
250 pieces 4A yard
remnants of Embroid
eries in Swisses, Mus
lin and Nainsook.
35c to 65c, special to
(On center table.)
Regular 50c grade,
white with black stripe,
lace stripes and fancy
colors. Special price,
Chair specials at
Two patterns heavy
wood seat, backs with
fancy pressed wood.
50 new iron beds, a
3 to $6
inch posts, some
with straight rod till
ing, others with fancy
scroll fillings, all with
angle irons, enameled
with pink, greens, reds,
blue and blacks.
Atchison Globe Sl&hts
When n muu carries his gloves, It is
n greater offonso than wouriug thorn
Wo would nil raiso tho devil moro if
wo could iuduco others to do tho work.
Ever remark that tho medicine that
seems to euro other people, does you
Do you llko to "talk up" to pooplo,
nt-n.i wlipn vnn uro in tho riwlitV Or
do you dread it.
A farmer likes to think that wheat
is all right in his neighborhood, und
no account anywhere else.
An Atchlsou man has made a great
falluro in life. So has his wife, but
failure is not so noticablo In a woman.
An Atchison woman secured a di
vorce from her husband last week.
Yesterday she opponred ou tho streets
In deep mournlug. "Why do you woar
mourning!" a reporter asked hor.
'For my husband," she 'replied. "Be-
sides, black Is becoming to mo, nnd
will help me get another man. I have
ns much right to wear black as other
Wo rubbor at tho ldlo rich, .envy
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Natural color, 31 in.
wide, for shirt waist
etc., a hot weather ar
ticle, 25c yard
36 in. imported Silk
Pongee, the cloth of
fashion; regular $1.00;
Special values, 1 in.
to 3 in. wide,
(On center table.)
Sample line 5 dozen
ladies' collars, worth
35 to 50c. Special
25 and 30c
Imported China pre
mium dishes ate now
in. See the display in
our show window.
set of 13
1 away witn casn ana
them, and wish wo wore in their Hhoe,
not knowilig that real -plCasuro is
foreign to thorn. Tho trutlf'ifbout
living is that the plpamiro of having
things is to work for them and earn
them. The man who appreciates liv
ing is tho.ono who works. Tho woman
who loves her homo is tho one who
takes caro of it hersolf. Tho vacation
that is enjoyed Is tho ono which Is
calncd bv sacrifices. Peonlo who tiro
' ciit'Tolt rrl nil lnvlli rltminru ili itni nti
joy thoir food like tho workman who
earns his simplo faro. Do notonvy tho
Whoro did tho idea originato that
"committees" aro vnluable? When
ever a lodge, or a town, or stato or tut
tiou starts out to do a thing, n lot of
"committees" aro appolntod who never
accomplish much. Usually a commit
tee forgets to go to work, or if it doos
work It gets into a quarrel. Thoro is
11 prevailing notion that nothiug can
be accomplished without committees,
but tho truth is that little can bo doue
with them, Thoy aro balky, uegllgout,
expensive uud generally unsatisfac
tory. Committees ruin moro good
movements than they assist. Still,
somebody having startod tho idea that
committees aro important and noces
sary, thoy must go on eternally, No
committee should cousiit of moro
than ono person.
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RED CLOUD, XEB I? ASK A, .JULY I, 1001,
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
Lloyd Hood and sister Uraco spont
Inst Sunday in.Holstein.
Umur Gaguon and family went to
Ciimpboll last Stturday, returning
O. A. Wholand of Hastings is in this
olty this wouk.
ltutu Householder returned homo
from Lincoln last Fridav evening.
Miss Phcnio llallur of La Crosse
Wis., is visiting at the homo of her
undo, south of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Vot Widderslioim vis
ited at the home of W. It. Uetd last
Hcrt McCoy returned to Cowles last
Monday, after several days with his
parents iu this city. His brother Ira
accompanied him homo.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Bcuuott are tho
proud parents of a baby girl, born last
Krma and Helen Hill wore visiting
at tho homo of their uncle, John Hall,
south of town, last Wednesday.
Fred Lockhnrt was helping his
Grandfather L-cklinrt put up ulfulfii
tho fore part of tho week.
Wayne Hoed drove Over to Bluo Hill
lho entortainmont ami ico cream
supper given by tho Royal Nuighbors
last Stiturdny eight was attended by a
Bruce Bowersox lias accepted a posi
tion with tho Beatrice Creamery Co. at
Blue Hill and intend moving over to
Blue Hill soon.
Mi 8. S'.ryker and dnughter Bossio
drnvo over to Bluo Hill last Sunday to
attend tho ball gnuie.
Mrs. Wa9h Iiwl spont last Sunday
with Mrs. Alexander, down on tho
Mr. Biinglesou is numbered
O. C. Nelson sold a load of hogs
first of the week.
Claiulo Wilson was visiting at homo
the liistof tho weok. '
J B. Wisocarver sold his cattle to
N. E. Harvey last weok.
E. E. Harvey bought J. B. Wisecar
vers hogs last Saturday.
Luther Crabill called atC. F. Kolley's
tho lirst of tho week.
Orin Hiirvey and family called nt E.
E. Harvey's Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Alice Li z from Wilsonville, N
braskii, iu visiting with relatives.
Miss Carrie Murker spent several
days with her" sister Mrs. Lutz last
Miss Nellio Unlo was visiting in this
neighborhood several days last weok.
Otto Skjulvor's were visiting at Oscar
Mattison's near Kivorton last Sunday.
Mrs. Bergman and dnughter Bortha
were visiting at A. Olsou's last Sunday.
Mrs, Charley Peterson and daughter
Emma from near Cowlos was visiting
in this neighborhood the lirst of tho
Claud Wilson is homo from the
northeast part of tho stato where he
has been for several months.
Mesdames Bretthaner and Handsen
departed Monday, for western Kansaw,
for a visit with friends.
Grandna Harvey is very sick.
E. W. Coplen, und Mint Garner each
lost a cow by lightning Friday.
Mts. Paxton, a sister of Harry
Mitcbols, is here from Lincoln.
Claud Duval has purchased a now
John Wilson was transacting busi
ness at Campbell Friday,
Miss Cora Lockhan was tho guest of
Mrs. Musgrove last week,
wecu aim f.unace uean, irom near
.IiimvhIc, 'vnro visiting
rniuk lat M unlay,
Honis Jensen is ablo to bo up fter
being con lined to tho houso with ihou
mutism for tho pist month.
Mr. Miwurovo, from Sahnthn, Kan.,
was hero vUiting his son William and
family the latter part of last week.
Soveral of tho young people- gathered
at Mrs. Bretthauor's last Saturday
eroniug and onj lyed eating ico cream
Henry Wllllnms and family were vis
iting at F. Umbo's Inst Sunday.
Mrs. J. C Wilon was visiting Mrs
Wm. Crabill tho lint of this week.
Mts. A. J Hayo. ol Guide K"oV, was
visiting hero a few days lad week.
Mrs. Cunningham of Grand Islam),
Neb., attended tho funeral of Mrs.
Albright last week.
Miss Etta Durrett returned to her
homo near Lebanon, Knn.. Sunday.
Al Decker and family took dinner
at Chas. Nasser's Sunday.
Lesllo NiiBsbaumor of Lebanon, Kan.,
wns tho gunst of G. W. BaKoi 's Sunday.
Miss Maud Miller intortained somo
of her friends at dinner Sunday.
Geo. Hoyto of Cowlos, drove through
this burg Monday.
Mr and Mrs. J. Kllingor took dinner
at I Frisbies, Sunday.
Mrs. Matt Dean wns shopping in
Guide Uock Saturday.
Miss Alta Baker intertwined some of
her young friends Saturday evening,
niece, M'ss Ktia
Mr. Let-lie Nuss-
Miis Elsie Morfo
Cowlos, last week.
was visiting at
(Delayed Correspondence )
Al Docker has had a now porch put
on Irs houso.
Will Juckson Is homo from Guido
Miss Alta Buker spont several days
at Lebanon, K:in last week.
Mrs. Ben Ludlow of Bed Cloud and
sister, Mrs. Sautter of Omaha, woro
visiting Mrs. A. It Saladon last Tliura.
Mrs. Albright died last Wodnisdny
evening al tho homo of her daughter,
Mrs. I. Frisbin. Tho funeral was held
nt 3 o'clock Fiiday.
l'ieking and canning cherries Is tl 0
order of '1111 day.
Miss E'ta Durrett of Lebanon is
vi-i ing hero tills week.
Tho heavy rain Wednesday night
will keep tho f.irinoiBOUt of tho Hold.
Miss Ethel Emick is holding Mrs.
nines put up cherries this week.
. Mrs. Doan called on Mrs. G. W.
The members of the Kensington club
went to Red Cloud Wednesday.
Win. Proud Gt is visiting his brother,
It. S. Proud lit. of this place, and his
sister, Mrs. Varrell, north of town.
II. S. Proudflt was in Montana last
Geo. Proudflt is nt Bonesteol, S. 1).
Preparations aro under way for u
grand celebration here ou tho Fourth.
Tin (iuide Book Teliphono Co. has
over 100 phones in operation, and moro
Shake Into Your Shoes.
Allen's Foot-Easo, a powdor. It oures
painful, smarting, neivous feet and in
growing nail, and instantly takes the
sting out of corns and bunions. Its tho
greatest comfort discovery of tho ago.
Allen's Foot-Easo makes tight or new
shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for
sweating, callous and hot, tired, ach
ing feet. Tiy it today. Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores, 25o, Don't
accept and substitute 'Trial paokago
free- Address, Aliens S. Olmstead, Lo
R'y, N. Y.
Try Ward Hayes
shave or hair-cut.
for a first class
Quiok sorviro and first class work is
the motto at Schuflnit's barber shop.
Three Ring Circus, Museum, Men
agerie and Royal Roman
A Show organized to please the
People of the World.
The incomparable Equestrienne, MISS LIZZIE ROONEY
Tho Ro'tet family, European
Stars, lirst appearaucfi in America.
Zella, Tho marvelous Hand Balancer,
tho only net of its kind ever
20 FINNY LAUGH
Mnrvolous Trained Horsos. Tho only Big Railroad Show coming this
year. A Grand Free Street t'lvrado every mornitig at 10 o'clock will pass
through tho principal streets tho nmt magnificent, colossal pageant over
witnessed. Soven open ileus of wild animals, Chariots, Tableaux, Gorgoous
Floats, .Mounted Horses, many kinds of music, etc., all absolutely free.
Two Performances Dally, Aftornoon and Night.
DOORS OPEN AT 1 AND 7 R. M.
Ono Ticket A dmlts to A II. Romembor the Day and Date,
Thursday, July 7,
Tho man or woman who tnkes a
mention during the heated period Is
tho ono who lives iho longest, enjoys
life tho most and doos tho bust work.
Tho Burlington oliurs excursion rates
in ovory direction, so low that thero is
no excuse for for staying at homo. Bo
low nio some of them:
St. Louis and return: All kinds of
reduced rates daily.
Chicago and return: Either direct or
via St. Louis daily low iiiten.
Atlantic City and return, 833 70, July
9 and 10.
Cincinnati nnd roturn, 821.70, July 15,
10 and 17.
Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin,
tho lake rosorts and luku stoamer tours
very low rates stopovors at St.
Louis on through tickets affording a
visit to tho groat exposition, tho giund
est creation by the hand of man.
Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo,
Olenwood Springs, Col,, Salt Lake
City, Utah, tho Black Hil's of South
Dakota, the Yellowstone Natloual Park
of Wyoming practically half rates all
Ask the agent for details, or writo
L. W. Wakbmst, General Passouger
ReftMlar Exhibitors of Life Stock
At the Nebraska Stato Fair to be held
at Lincoln, August 39 to Soptembor 2,
and especially Nebraska exhibit. r,
The Dahna, Sonsntlonnl High Wire
Artists, lirst nppenrnuco in this
' country; and 250 other circus acts.
MAKING CLOWNS 20
lioulil hccuro their stalls and pons at
an early date. Tho stato fair manage
ment have doeidod not to erect any
more cattlo or swine barns nor to fur
nish any additional stalls for cnttlo or
pens for swine.
Tho following rule was nlso adopted
"l'ho numbor of pons being limited,
thoy will bo assigned iu order f 'appli
cation, Not to exceed uiim swine pens
'will bo assigned any exhibitor for ono
Nohraska exhibitors whoso cattle.
swlno, sheep or poultry are awarded
lirst or second premium at tho stito
can have such llvo stock transported,
freo of charge, to tho St. Louis Exposi
tion, but in order to secure such free
transportation the animals must have
been exhibited at the Nobraska State
The pens and stalls on the state fair
grounds have been thoroughly cleaned,
and dislnfeoted, and as an additional
precaution large quantities of lime
have been scattered in and around the
swino pons to make sure that they ar
entirely froo from contagious or infec
A special assortment of tho newest
styles of watch chains and fobs at
For Sale 3 fresh cowh, 0 year qjd; I
calven. 2, 4 and months old. 8110 culL
J Seo F. P. Hadley or G. W. Blbby,
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