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13 w) lb w) w) a I i IK " '1 !' r WS&kgMISESEBS9Ja n TnBBg'MrTirr mT alii Vr SmUlMSSKmtKPflWWSrf" VOLUME XXIX. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MARCH 22, 1901, NUMBER 12 vW' MINER BROTHERS T'S Ttf STRANGEST THING. Let's TaA: Orer. An extensive sample line of ladies Tailor made suits and skirts. We Feel Assured! They are a well made nicely tailored line af suits and skirts. We are anxious to sell as many as possible. Knowing there is no better way of advertising than by giving you the best goods obtainable at lowest prices. TAILOR MADE SUITS. i $6 oo Wool Venetian, jacket plain, iS-inches long, cut Eton style, nicely stitched, new bell sleeves, lined throughout with a good near silk, new cut plain back flare skirt, full width with lap seams, "Prnop &4- 50 lined with good quality cambric, colors blue and brown. jrx-L-'t; p'3:jj $io oo ladies' stylish blouse suit of good all wool homespun, jacket is trimmed with twelve gold buttons, has L'Aiglon collar, is finished with a belt, skirt is lined with a good percale, is well '"""P-pice &R 25 tcrlincd and tailor finish, light and dark gray and brown $12.50 suit of all wool mixed Venetian, jacket has an eight button box front, and back is cut Eton style, reveres are inlaid with stitched 4 satin, has velvet collar and bell sleeves, colors cadet pvifg $Q Qg caster, blue and brown pJ?J $i4.oc Wool Venetian cloth, jacket cut Eton style, is 16 inches long, half tight fitting, V shaped front, bound with a black silk braid and triple stitched, new bell sleeves lined throughout with a good mercerized lining. New cut flare skirt, full width, finished with 3 rows of silk stitching around the bottom, good lining Price $11.75 and velvet bound, 1 TAILOR MADE SKIRTS. $2.75, large Figured Mohair Brocade new cut invert plait back, full width, finished seams, lined with a good quality of Price $2.00 cambric, $d so all wool Camel's hair, deep flounce trimmed with silk braid, nicety suituuu mvwicu jjuui u-i, uiwauu ov-uma, JrriCB DO. I O flounce interlined, colors gray and blue, $5.;o,'good all wool homespun, cut with wide flounce, trimmed with 'four rows of stitching, lined with a good percale and Price $4.95 velvet bound, colors gray, brown and blue, $7.50, dark blue Venetian, trimmed with five rows of tucking and four rows of silk braid, a good strong lining and Price $6.75 velvet bound, M Just One More. A large assorted line of ladies SHIRT WAISTS. You will find that carefully made waists will give you satisfaction and comfort. There is so much real quality in them, that particular ladies appreciate what they mean to those who want to look well PficeS.OO to OC and be comfortable ovsVvWW' ALMOST FORGOTTEN. ?JT WW 5 A Mortgage works s All of the Time. I So does good newspaper advertising. If properly prepared it does good work, if not properly prepared it is an eqpensive proposition. Our experience enables us to prepare ads that pull business. We woulu like to prepare copy for your ads we give the mattcf prompt and careful at tention adn make advertising profitable. ;Iiindley's Restaurant 11M.K liun.niNo, Rod Cloud, Nebraska. Publishers' Advertising Agency, 5 David City, Nebraska. $ THE CHIEF, $1.00 PER YEAR. Warm Meals Hours. at All ,Nicc, Comfortable Lodging Rooms. 'FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, NUTS AND CIGARS Oysters if Every Stye. kAIiL KINDS OK HOT AND COLD LUNCHES. Incident ol Every Day Life Which Very Few People Stop to Think About on Accouut of Their Llttlenets A nnw oiclcr will bu established in tliu city soon. It will bo known as llio Modern Excepted Order of United l'io tected I)i link, It w 111 still t out with 11 fail ly good membership which will bu augmented occasionally liy 11 now mem ber Negotiations niu now in progress to scciuo lodge looim in tlin hiieitient of tint Wiigiit-l'ntter building. Spec iil dispensation will ho given to mem boison lodge nights mid llio Keeper of Cucs will bn in l( iniiiid Unlike otlior lodges tlu time of nu'ciin will bn hv en iiilits it week with sonnitinu'f 11 spvuiul hu.sMon (Ititini; thu nftcinoon It is expected thitl llio Litnu-kiln Club nnd tlio Fnuntii'a Allhtnuu will o out of existence, bo put on thu rutiied list nnd join the new lodge Thu ility h.ta coniu when thu sni'tll boy thinks of very little elsu t linn thu innnipuliiiion of a sling shot or nifjuer shooter. As n conscquunco chickens, dogs, cows nnd windows in thu re&iduncu poition ot town are Rettlni; the worst of it This town hits thu toughest lino of small Imjs to thu iquniu inch of nny town on em th. With 11 sling fchot in their hiinds they mu n niunncu to uvurj thing Unit tunc loose. Thu city nuthoritius should givu somu of these lads thu "glad mil" and relluvu them of these destructivu weapons. Thu limit who didn't get his leguhtlion peck of dusl the first of thu week didn't live in this poition of Nubinska Don't think that becausu wo havu not said any thing lately in regmd to thu opera house piojeut that it is it dead loiter - Wo arc waiting for them to inaku tlio brick We don't like, to accuso a mail of good reputation liku John Mycin of sinister motives in 01 dor to gut voles. Hut it does look n little strange to us just at this time to sue so many dog boing killed by thu poison route Now wo'vo got it figured out about liko this. John is k pretty good schemer nnd ho knows that tho owner of every (leg, that goes to dog heavon with a tag on, is going to havo it in for thu present incumbent of tha innyoi's olllco. Wo think it would be n good idoa for War ren to to go round and put up tho prion of tho tags on these dead dogs. W aro soi ry that troubles of our own kept us f 10111 representing thu yullowhnin mors at tho swell society function on Wednesday night, but to bo truthful wo lacked thu necessary quarter. As a ated elsowhero in this issuo tho senior class of the high school will givo nn entertainment nt tho school house March 29th. How many of tho patents and othors intorasted in school matters pay attention to a not co like thi s. They real it over and that sottles it. Thoy don't appear to realizo that this is au endeavor on tho pint of a class of from eieht to lifteen to day tho ex penses of commencement ceremonies. Aud also that it is an endeavor 011 their part to givo tho general public thoir monev's worth instead of asking them I to dona'.o ton cents for nothing. Now wo aro not sure, but wo tnink this ontertainment is given solely for tho betelit of tho coinmenceiiientexercises If such is tho cuso wo inaku this propo sition to tho souior chits. Wo will print COO tickets for tho entertainment aud agreo not to ohitrgu ouu cunt for them unless four hundred of thetii aro sold at leu cents each. Wo make this proposition to just sio how many of our pcoplo are interested in tlio ad vancement of our public schools and how many havo a desire to assist the young people in thoir advancement Ten cents is not much, but in this case it is r.n opportunity fo or againsr helping our young people to graduate. Uow do you feel about it. If this proposition is accepted by tho class you can express your feelings to them. All we ask is that thoy report the num ber of tickets sold. We havo no fear but what tho required number will bo sold. If not we bare a lot of parints I and others in this town whom we will . concludo havo no use for schools. Wo hope the class will accept this proposi tion nnd wo will do our part to assist them. Yon have hfard tho old 6tory about "in tho spring the young man's fftSCT lightly Urns to thougku of lovt." , lfc tA .S l& M tft tLfe !ft fc tfe Oft tft !ft fe lft !ft tft Oft !ft k 'ift ir PflBLIG - SALE 4X m n m (tl which was m OF JOS. MeGIiEMiftHD to come off at the Pope m (t m m m m ICl. farm 2 miles south and three miles east of Red Cloud on Tuesday March 9, has been POSTPONED UNTIL THURSDAY, Met) 29, 1901 ft Hi 0 it tt Hi if tt Hi l (vi i i (v 0 ki b ft l l til til til tii til tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tit tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii tii M That's all bosh. It is not lovo at nil. ngo or gout. Thoro aro somo who It is just flirtation and someono to gad seom to thiuk that in cane a dog gets about with nt nights. Someono to sick ho should bo quarantined nnd led spoud his week's wagos on; buying ice by tho mayor on canned moats and cream, soda wnter and buggioi. iovo, iresu mm, nt mo oxponso 01 tue city, why love is a distant proposition in the spring. It Is fever. And tho girl who fails to take ndvantago of a young man's fovor isn't in it. It is also n timo whan somo pcoplo tako a notion to fix up their places cf business and resi dences to mnko tliem nttractivo. Otheis don't appear to uaro whether thoy attract nny attention or not. It looks nice (wo don't think) to go out walking or di iving and pass ono resi dence with a neat, cloan lawn, with llowers blooming, etc , end next to it a lesidenco witli trash of all kinds strewn all around Which class do you belong to. Wo hoponotthelaltur. If anything shows well for a town It is neat und attractive business homu.i nnd residences. Wo contemplate tuk ing a trip around the city during the next two weeks und wo will bo par ticularly pleased to noto busiuojs houses and residenceu which are neat and attractive. Mayor Warran ha troubles of his own just now. Dou't bother him, Through iho .MHchina tions of somo people ho is losing several votes. Aud all on account of the dog tax. Somo pooplo appear to bo ot tho idea that paying a tav on a dog insui d him to his full valuation as designated by the owner. Others appear to think that n tax on dogs is proof that s.nJ dog will not die of bulloU, poison, old A dog tag is merely an indication Hint if your dog bites any membor of the city council ho can live. Othorwiso he will havo to accopt tho inevitable. Tho city counoil can insuro no dog that has not had its teeth extracted and its bmker pulled out. .')on't cuss thu mayor because a dog biles anyone besides thu council, Don't cuss boenme' you have to pay a dollar a year for a him dog and two dollars n year for ti hor dog to keop the mayor and water commissioner away from your premises during tho lawn season. That's cheap. Talking about cheap things a news paper is considered by somo to be the cheapest thing thoy can got. At loast they will tako il for sovoral years nnd novor think to pay for it. If that isu't chottp we don't know wtiat is. You got what j on want for nothing! and that is more than you can get at any other bininess house in this city. There aro a' out fifteen or twenty of oaryoucg mun going to Oklahoma this spring to ,-ut If they cannot locate in the lands to bo opined and do something for thomsolves. Now it will bo right in lino lor gossip No. 1 to wonder what thoy are jioing for. Gossip No. 2 can suy thej t bettor go. Gossip No. 8 can say they had lo go. Gossip No. 4 can report that thoy went to escape some thing. llufero it winda up the youug men will bo glad they have gone ana win givu u wriuen guarantee never to como back again. Howover, such is life. Tfira? fljhUft.binirW'1")ft w n "r -. - itruteu H W .;.,WT"4" " tJ-vfcrt r """ '""' ?gjg?l n.WrtlMWMlh"'''" rfr- tap&w!