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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1906)
FANCY I AMPS
TO CLOSE OUT STOCK.
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COME IN AN I") SEE THEM.
Chas. La Getting
(Jo to Fred Plumb's for Hour or feed
Mrs. S. Beckwith is very sick this
Charley Walters is laid up with the
W. G. Black of Alma was in town
1). M Abel was, in Lincoln tlio first
of tho week.
A. H. Keonoy went to Blue Hill
Fi iday noon.
Mum Anna (Jry )n ir m G.i.rlA
R u'k duiidt.
John GrifMh was ffff fj c.k the
li si (if this reck
'd Grimes was clown from Blue
R'iv Bates returned to R.;d Cloud
L. II BlicklMilgf! is romodollng bis
August Franco was down from
Bidden v filiimiMy.
A won was born to Mr. and Mrs. Tim
Tiii1hhi last Tuesday.
Gns HndorhiTit whs home from Lin
o tin fur n lew days vitit.
Take your poultry and hides to
Plumb, lop prices paid.
G utrchill I'iirki-r of Omaha is a RUest
of Mr. and Mis. J I) Crans.
F.oyil Pitney him retried his posi
tion in Tahoi'a billiard hall.
John Rntledgt was home from
He-iron the hi mi of the week.
Mrs Dr. Hiwley was down from
Bine flui thf Hrst of the week
Pull Smiey is having the interior of
ln store re-arranged tiii week.
.John Vet U again tii Rial Cloud
aft'ra short sojourn in Kansas.
A I'. Wa'ker was in the eastern putt
of i lie state tin- tirtof the week.
Osi'Hr Kmick wont to Clin.sn county
I'tii-sdny morning to look at land.
Mr. and Mrs. Wibtir Hamilton are
'he ui'iiud parents of a baby girl.
Ed Vouug of Norton, Ivuisas, was in
11 m Cuutd yesterday on business.
L"e Slice of Biooiningtun has taken
a tiositiou in Hcnsnn's barbershop.
Arthur Itoby ctmu over from Bea
trice Saturday fur a visit with homo
Ladies, tn your friends about tho
free rose bush oiler published else
where. Fred Wall iti has returned to Bed
Cloud after at) absence of several
Art S)derborg has gone on tho road
as traveling salesman for tho National
Mrs. Crozior of Osceola was tho
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Q. Green
The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Moranvillo is reported to bo
This department is now complete in every de
tail, and increasing in popularity, as it justly should.
We have spared neither time or money to make this
Millinery Emporium a credit to Red Cloud, and we
are glad to know that the Ladies appreciate our
New Spring Goods
Our store is brimful and running over with new
Spring and Summer Goods consisting of all the new
fabrics and weaves in Silk, Silk and Wool, and Wool
Suitings; also Wash Goods in unlimited quantities.
Embroidered Waist Patterns and Waistings to
Just received our new tailor-made Suits that
range in price from $io up to $22. These Suits were
manufactured by Landesman-Hirschheimer Co., rec
ognized leaders of fashionable Ladies' Suits and
Coats. We also have their line of Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Spring Coats and Jackets. They are
certainly the nobbiest we have ever seen. We can
save you money on these garments. Let us show you.
Ladies' and Misses'
The new Spring Skirts are in. They will please
you in stole, workmanship, fit and price. We have no
competition in skirts. Buy your Skirt of us and be
qililM -li k,
Mr. Brown of S'llem, Kansas, whs
transacting business 111 Bod Cloud
Mrs. Fred Mortteld and little daugh
ter are in Norton, Kansas, visiting with
Mr. B trtfel I.
Ladies, attention 1 The rose bush
offer in this i sue of the ClMKK is for
Have you any olaims anaitist estates
or notes to sell? A. H. Koeney, Att'y,
Mrs. Chas. (tiiek, Mrs. Stevo Taylor
and Mrs. Fred Taylor were dowu from
Ilavo you made that. 'King toad
drag" yet? BjtU'r got at it whilu you
have itli'iny of turn.
Mr. Butt to and wife have accepted
positions us first and second conk at
the Burlington hotel.
Wian l'aber has returned to Lincoln
after a .short vi-ot with his brothers,
W. II. and Orrin Taber.
Six choice rose bush plants free with
Tho Weekly Inter Ocean and this
paper, an tor only $l.o().
The evening meoiings of the various
churebes will iii'gin at 8 o'clock lu-io-after
until further notice.
( W. Kaley is expected home from
Washington, 1). C , Saturday, where
he ha- been for some time.
Mr. and Mrs P. S. Dietrick are this
week moving into the two vacant
rooms in the Damerell block.
Tim Topham had the misfortune to
upset a 1'iini of hay Wednesday and as
a result . suffered a broken tinkle.
M ke homo pleasant and life wotth
living bj having roses. You can have
them free. See offer in this issue.
Tim Taylor Bros.' and their sister
Mrs. Mills and children, left Wednes
day morning for Bcnkelmcu, Neb.
Fay TVoI has been ill during tho
past week with stomach trouble,
brought on by an attack of mumps.
Mrs. Clark of Lincoln is in Red
Cloud visiting with her cousins, Mrs.
H. A. Howard and Mrs. J. W. Warren
Tho Ladies of tho W. R. C. will
meet wiMi Mrs. Morrison at tho Hol
land Hotol, Saturday, March 31, at 2
A. J. Dietrick of Pawnoo City, was in
Bed Cloud Saturday and Sunday visit
ing his brother, Paul S. Diotrick and
F G. Turnuro wont to Mason City,
Iowa, to moot his mother, who will
mako an extended visit hero with rela
tives. Thoro was a mooting of tho Commer
cial Club Wednesday evening, but no
business of any importance was trans
acted. Mrs. A. J. Whito, who was oporatod
on at Omaha tho tirst of tho week for
appendicitis, is reported to bo resting
Another club danco was givon at the
Masonic hall Wednesday evening.
Tho Yoik orchestra furnishod tho
Walt Sanderson oxpects to leave
Wednesday to resume his old position
in tho B. & M. water sorvico at Mc
Cook. A heavy thunder storm took placo
northwest of town Sunday evening and
creeks were full of water Monday as a
Itoy Andorson, who has boon in Bed
Cloud for a week visiting his parents,
returned to Pocatollo, Idaho, Thurs
Ho.jular quarterly communion sor
vice will be held at the Congregational
church next Sunday morning. No
Boy Garbor, who is travoling for the
Twentieth Century Parmer, came
home Wednesday, suffering with a bad
case of tonsilitis.
Tho Weekly Intor Ocean offers a
garden of roses froo with each yearly
subscription. Call nt the CillEK office
for full information.
The Ciiiuk always lands and never
follows. A garden of rosos is givon
free to every subscriber. See offer
L A. llaskins received a telegram
( Wednesday noon announcing thu
' death of his mother, Mrs. L. L. Wright,
' at EIroy, Wisconsin.
Tho various local churches will hold
a union mooting at the M. K. church
next Sunday evening. Pastor Bice
will preach the sermon.
Cards have been received in this,
city announcing the wedding of Miss
Sadie McCartney to Mr. Phillip Rich-
I ! la rf Hnftn TVInntnrin
Ulna w wfcww luuuiiitiiiii
Tho Republican Valley Congrega
tional Association will moot in Red
.Cloud April 2 and .'I. About thirty
i dolegatos are expected.
' Tho Brunswick harbor shop is equip-
Spring Suits aro now
on the bill and wo'vo a
largo variety of hand
Homo stylos for your
Aro you a follower of
Fashion's laest fads
and fancies? Or aro
you included in tho
ranks of tho more con
In either case, you'll
Utitl your preferences
Copyriflhtioor. rully anticipated in our
D. Kupponholmori Co. .....
chicoQo splendid slock of new
I In IKj
A ' - F
m, $12 to $25
Shoes and Hats all in. See them.
J3be Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.,
0i Frst Door North of nostofficc, Red Cloud, Ncbr.
ped with bath tubs and all modern tip
pliauccs. Under Tabor's billard hall.
Frank Hetison, proprietor.
Arthur Me Arthur has severed his
connection with the Argus and leaves
in a few days for Alliance, Nob., to
woik in the macliinn shops.
Last Saturday night O A. Sehaffnit
moved his barber shop into tho room
formerly occupied by Ward Hays, in
the rear of Neal's oilliard hall.
Miss Maude Kunsoy, who has been
Angeles, Calif , where ho will nnko his
In tho spring time you ror.ovato
vour house. Why not your body ?
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea
drives out impurities, clcuusce and en
riches tho blood and purifies tho en
tiro system. 35conts. C. L. Cotting.
Tho friends of Mr. and Mrs. J.' W
Kinso! will be pained to learn that tho
i mind of tho latter hns become tem
porarily unbalanced and that it was
spending the winter with her sister, ne0PBflHry to send her to Lincoln for
Mrs. Floy 1 Pitney, will leave the first , treatment, whore she was taken Tuos-
oi tno weeK tor nor noma in UHKt'ii iny morning,
Mrs. S.B.Kinr was most agreeably L1"r p,uMty wi" lo?vn "cd ';
surprised lt.t Tuesday evening by the J'1 IlAu"' ,Nmv, "('x,co Ty. April
W. R. C. ladies. Refreshments were
served and a good time was had by the
The high school boys organized n
base ball team last night. James Fer
guson was elected captain, Biuco Rob
inson treasurer and Kstoy Smelser
Division Superintendent Eaton got
his foot mashed by being caught in the
turntable at St. Francis, Wednesday
afternoon, and was taken to Lincoln
Thursday for treatment.
The frame woik for Alf McCall's
now 87,000 residence is up. When
finished it will be ono of tho finest
houses in the city. It is located just
north of George Warren's home.
The young men friends of John
Yaple will givo a farewell reception
and banquet for him tomorrow night,
at the Burlington hotel. Mr Yaple
expects to leave next Thursday tor Los
3. All who wish to mako this trio let
me know ns soon as possible. Tho faro
for the round trip will bo 929.55.
This will be credited on your land
if you buy.-J. P. Hams. in30
Wo luivo just a little curiosity to
know what kind of a crop tho south
end farmers expect to raise in tho
middlo of tho street leading south
from the First ward school houso.
Someone hns hauled soveral loads of
manure and carefully spread it over
tho street, so they surely must bo in
tending to raise a crop of some kind.
Our patrnns nood not fear that rrso
bushes delivered through the Chikk
nre inferior or will not thrive in this
climate. They aro grown by a Arm
that ships 4,000,000 plants enoh year.
Each plant is at l list ono year old and
absolutely healthy. Six choice roso
bushes, with a year's subscription to
Tho Weekly Inter Ocean and this
paper, will cost only $1.50.
A GARDEN OF ROSES FREE
By spocinl arrangements with The Wookly Intor Ocoantho only
weekly published by a groat Chicago daily wo aro able to offer our
readers an assortment of choice Rose Bushes Froo with every subscrip
tion to Tin: Ciiikf. Thoso Roso Bushes aro grown expressly for this
offer and if planted by May 1st should produce a supply of Rosos this
summer. Each is not less than ono year old, absolutely healthy and
solected with reference to this olimato.
Select any 6 mf this list of 22 varieties.
No. 1 Helen Gould, rod. No. 12-
No. 2 Mamati Coohot, pink. No. l.'l-
No. .'I Whito Maman Coohot. No. 11-
No. 1 Etoilo do Lyon, yellow. No. 15
No. 5 Meteor, crimson.
No. (I-Gen. Jacqueminot, br't rod. No. 1G-
No. 7-Clothildo Souport, pink, No. 17-
deop center. No. 18-
No. 8 Kaisorin Auguslo Victoria, No. 10-
whito. No. 20
No. 0 La Franco.
No. lO-Bridosmaid, pink. No. 21 -No.
11 Crimson Rambler ,climbor No. 22-
C'ost does not enter into this offer. 1
Inter Ocean havo absolutely disregarded e
Plants grown for our readers.
-Yellow Rambler, climber.
-Pink Rambler, climber.
-Whito Rambler, climber;
-Mad. Frnuciska Krugor,
fawn and copper yellow.
-Aurora, silvery pink.
-Pros.'C'arnot, blush roso.
-Burbank, deep pink.
-Hortnosa, clear pink.
-Francos li. Willard, puro
-Bouquet, of Gold, yellow.
-Winnie Davis, apricot pink.
'ho publishers of tho Weokly
xpenso in having these Roso
The price, of the Weekly Inter Ocean one year Is always $1.91
The price of "The Chief" one year Is $1.00
Until May 1st you have the opportunity of securing both
papers each one year, and SIX beautiful R0S1
BUSHES for only $1.50
In ordering Rose Plants, designate by number only.
Order today and have Roses in June.
GIVE DATE PLANTS ARE TO BE DELIVERED.
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