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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1903)
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Rally next Wednesday night.
Stock saddles at Joe Fogel's.
Joo Blair wai in town this week.
Physical culture Is tho prevailing fad
A. H. Kooney of Cowles was in town
A. Oalusha went to Grand Island
Coal, coall Soft coal for baso burners
M. P. Fulton of Riverlon was in the
Miss Hattie Morrison has returned
from Alton, Kan.
Attorney L. H. Blackledge was in
Mrs. Geo. linger of Cowles was in
the city Wednesday.
W. E Rife and wife were in Alma
the first of the week.
Mrs. Scott of McCook visited with
Mrs. Art Ely this week.
Mrs. J. D. Crans is visiting with her
parents iu Kansas City.
Mrs. Frank Cowden his returned
from her Colorado trip.
Seo Joe Fogel for anything in tbo
harness or saddlery lino.
Judge Adnms was down from Min
den the first of iho week.
Rev. Cummings will preach at tho
M. E. church Sunday morning.
Dr. Henry Cook is making soma iml
provomunts in tho interior of his drug'
O.ve Dom.au Rkwaud For un N out
of Maltu Vito package. Address W.
Frank JulT ey of Cus county is
visiting old friends in Webster county
Mies ATrrn (JrlirHi ittnndnrl flin HnrJ
man-Waldo wedding at HoldregoJ
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Thompson left
Monday for their future homo in North
A. A. Iliuhold and Harry Wobber of
St. Joe brought in a car of cattle
County Commissioner Richards and
wife loavo Monday for nn extended
visit in Ohio.
Paul Storey and E. U. Overman went
to Lincoln Tuesday us delegates to tho
I. O O F. grand lodge.
Miss lioulnh Harman wont to Hoi
liogo Tuesday uveniug to attend tho
Harman. Waldo wedding.
Somo of tho finest farms and
city property in Wobstor Coun
ty, Nobraska, for sale. Prices
ranging from S1G to S25 per acre.
J. P. HALE,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Light harness at Joe Fogol's.
W. L. McMillan istn McCook.
Frod Templo is homo from Ounha.
A Morhart was iu Hebron last Satur
day Ross Paul of Disnvor was in tho cily
Geo. Davis Ins ace pted a position
M. R. Uontly is h imo from Hut
W. H. (iarrison was down from lilue
By Sheppardson of Rivurton was in
Judgo Duffy of Guide Rock was in
F. C. Huschow of Blue Hilt was in
Walt Kalcy was up from Chester tho
first of tho weok.
Try Ward Hayes for a first class
shave or hair-cut.
Frank Hadley "blow in" from Okla
I) wight Jones was up from Guldo
Dan Garber was over from Nolson
tUo first of tho week.
C.ipt. Ulaino of Cowles was visiting
in this city Tuesday.
Cil Kennedy was up from McCook J
the first of.tho week.
If you want tho bost and cheapest
harness, go to Fogel's.
Horn. Sunday, to Mr. and Mrs. C.
F. Gund of Blue Hill, a girl.
Mrs. W. C. Hurd of Cowles is visit
ing with tho Boron brotbors.
Mrs. Nollie MoCluro left Wodnosday
for a visit at Elk Crook, Nebr.
Jril. Hamilton and son of Guldo
Rock ware in the city Tuesday.
M. W. Dickorson and family aro pre
paring to move to Lincoln soon.
George and Milton Fairfield of Guide
Rock were in Red Cloud Tuesday.
Mrs. L. D. Reynolds of Montrose,
Kan., was in Red Cloud Tuesday.
Will Cropp and wife of Oxford aro
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Cards are out announcing the wed
ding of Miss Beulah Hall to Fred E.
J. C. Myers has returned from Lin
coln, where ho has been at work for
James. Harris of Guide Roek was
transacting business in Red Cloud
A. E. Asuer, veterinary Burgeon, has
located in Red C.oud and can be found
at Smith's barn.
J. L. Grandstaff and wife of Bladen
were transacting business in Red
Will West has been working at Rifo
& Albright'd this week during tho
absouoa of Mr. Rife.
C. M.Smith purchased a 8175 team
of horses in Rivorton this week for uso
in his livery business.
A. J. Moins wont to Lincoln Tues-
Ltfiy to attend tho grand encampment
of Patriarchs Militant.
Mrs. Geo. Nowhouso and childton
wunl to HI ml on Tuesday for a short
visit with her parents.
List Tuesday tho Red Cloud Rollor
Mills undo a shipment of twenty-one
tons of Hour to Omaha.
Mrtf'Frauk Marshall of Humboldt,
NoB , is tho guest of her brotbors, C. Et
-aud A. M Harrington.
Rev. Mr. Jordnn, of tho Chattanooga,
Tenu , M. E. church, will preach at the
M E. church in this city Sunday even
ine. Rev. Will Summers of Hardy was in
Red C oud the first of the week visit
ing with his brother, Rev. B. F. Sum
mers. Mr. and Mis. J. M. Bailey woro in
Concordia, (van , last Sitnrday at
tending th? marriage of Mr. Bailey's
Tho eleventh grado of tho nnblic
school enjoyed a half holiday Wednes
day afternoon as a reward for good be
havior. Congressman Burkett nnd Judge
Barnes at tho opera house next
Wednesday. Everybody Bhould be
Rev. Putman, former pastor of tho
Cnristian church hero, is oxpoctcd to
return soou and resumo his church
Mrs. Woolen, Who has been visiting
with her brother, J. O. Lindley, re
turned to her home in Mankato
Bort Mooro, John W. Moore and
Elsie Moore came down from Riverton
Wednesday to attend tho Shoemaker
Dr. J. C. Mosahart of Lincoln,
specialist in diseases of tho eye, ear
and throat, will be at Dr. Raines' office
on Saturday, November 7.
Boron Brotbors have sold their llvj
ery business in this city to Mr. Izokiel
Thompson of Alma, Nob. They toop
In oxouango tana near noiurego, jncu.
Mrs. I. D. Wickwiro and daughters
left Wednesday evening for Clay
Center, Kansas, for a short visit at that
place, after which thoy will go to Oklu-hoina.
Mrs. I. B. Himpion and son went to
Holdrvgo Friday nigh! lo be prriont nt
yo martlago of Mls FiunofS Harman
to Mr. Clarence Waldo, which oc
Leopold llerbtirger lost no thno in
getting away from the task of running
tho Campbell Press. He is homo again,
and is making n "bar'l" of money from
Tho candidates of tho prohibition
parly in Nebraska this year aro: For
jud(o of tho supremo court, Georgo 1.
Wright of York; for regents of tho
State university, R V. Muir of Drown
vllle aud C. A. Barkofof Lincoln.
Tho basket ball girls aro practicing
diligently nnd hope to be In trim to
"put Iho lixu's" on tho Franklin girls
in tho noar future. Rev. Win Haupt
maun has shown his heroism by tack
ling the job of coaching the girls.
Miss Voinon Storey, daughter of Mr.
aud Mrs. Paul Storey, whilo playing
with a number of little friends last
Saturday, fell, breaking nor anklo nnd
dislocating her shoulder. Sho is got1
ting along nicely nt present.
Mrs. Jno. F. Diener, who has been
visiting horslstor, Mrs. A. G. Green,
tho past two wooks, left Tuesday
morning for Geneva, whoro sho will
vbrtt her brother, bnforo roturning to
(for homo nt Syracuse, Nebraska.
Tho first entertainment in tholeolnro
course series of tho Ladles' Aid Society
of tho M. E. church wns given last
Friday evening. James Clement Am
brose was tho attraction and a fair
sized audience hoard a good locturo.
Rov. B. F. Summers, who was re
cently appointed to the pastorato of
tho M. E. church in this city, has re
signed, and left Tuesday night with
bis family for California, where they
go for the benefit of Mrs. Summers'
Tho supreme court has awarded a
judgement of 15,000 damages against
the owners of the Riverton Review, in
favor of Ed Fuller, city marshal of
Riverton, for publishing a libelous art
icle against Fuller at the time of his
elevation to the office of marshal.
An eastern gentleman who was in
Red Cloud on business recently noted
tne absence or street lights, and ex
pressed his opinion quite freely in re
gard to a city of this size being in total
darkness. It is safe to say that he will
not rooommend Red Cloud as an enter
Thursday evoniBg after school Miss
Weldeman took the little pupils of the
intend second grades for a walk
along Crooked creek. The little folks
enjoyed the occasion, and some of the
future presidents and congressmen in
VM. First Door North of PostoTf Ice.
Truth is Mighty and Kill
An epidemic of sales has corrupted the Clothing business. The
sham has grown with years until the effrontery blazons itself on every
Coats, Suits and Trousers arc marked double their value and then
reduced to half! If some advertisers were compelled to establish the
truth of their statements it would ruin many of them, since it would
force them to be honest.
It is easy to distinguish between our values and false ones.
That's what has made our great business. How else could we sell
more clothing than any other store in town?
People buy where they get the most for the money and are certain
The success of a store depends upon what it does, not what it
promises to do.
More Men's, Hoys' and Children's Suits, Overcoats, Underwear,
Shoes and Hats in this store than in any other Clothing Store in
Southern Nebraska. '
THE COWDEN-KALEY CLOTHING CO.,
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS.
By having a new well
put down and cased
with a heavy galvan
ized tube, made by
us in any size, diam
eter, of heavy iron
something that will
last a lifetime and be
a source of comfort
and health. We have
That work easily and
give satisfaction; also
pipe in any size or
quantity at the right
prices to interest you.
A pump complete
with cylinder for
Good, heavy goods
and properly ntted.
Galvanized Iron, and
Wood Water Tanks
carried in stock. Let
us fit vou out with a
tho party succeeded in killing a rattle
snake and a blue racer.
Mrs. M. W. Dickorson was ploasantly
surprised on two occasions during the
past week, on Saturday evening by the
members of the W. R. C. and by the
Ladies' Aid society on Tuesday
Tho events were in the nature of a
farewell, as Mr. and Mrs. Dlckerson
expect to removo soon to Lincoln to
W. F. Miller, who was very ill at
Llndley's restaurant for several days
this week, was taken to his homo
Wednesday, where ho died Thursday
evening. Mr. Miller was an exception
ally large man. weighing about 375
pounds, and was subject to dropsy,
which finally caused hi death. Fu
neral will be held Saturday afternoon.
The Red Cloud foot-ball team has ar
ranged for a game of football with the
strong Smith Center, Kans., team one
week from tomorrow. The nomo team
hae'besn strengthened by tho addition
of two strong players, Claronco Steelo
and Art Clark, who cuue horo from
Alma. Both Clark and Steelo have
played In ono of tho bost teams in
Minnesota, nnd are expected to bo a
great addition to tho locals.
Wo dislike to dun nnyono, but there
aro subscribers on our list who owe
considorabjo on back subscription,
winch thoy aro amply ablo to pay. We
need tho monoy, and if wo can't get it
by coaxing, wo will be compelled to
try other moans. I horo is no excuse
for tlni majority of people, in these
prosperous times, nllowiug these small
debts to accumulate. If tho paper is
not worth tho prico, pay up your ar
rearages nnd fetop it.
II. P. Sjwtor, who has bcon in the
merchant tailoring business in Red
Cloud for several years, has disposed
of his business interests to Mr. Will
Shuuse, who will tako possession the
first of next month. Tim shop will bo
removed to tho vacant room over
Roby's feod store, Mr. Bowler will
also dispose of his thorough-bred hogs,
notice of which is published elsewhere
in this paper. He contemplates seok
ing a now location. Wo wish him
success wherever ho may go.
Chicago Lumber Co.
NEW LUMBER YARD
BEST COAL !
W. B. Roby Stricken.
W. B. Roby, ono of tbo oldest and
most highly respected citizens of Red
Cloud, was stricken with paralysis last
evening, and up to noon today had not
regained consciousness. Mr. R)by's
entire left sido is paralyzed and little
hope entertained of his recovery. Mr.
Roby has not been in very good health
of late, though bo was ablo to attend
to bis business.
The Republicans of Webster county
aro making preparations for a grand
rally, to be held at the opera house
in this city next Wednesday evening,
October 28. Congressman E. J. Bur
kett,one of the most eloquent speakers
in the west, will be present and address
the meeting. Judge J. B. Barnes, re
publican candidate for supreme judge,
will also be in attendance. There will
bo singing by the glee elub and muslo
by the Red Cloud band to enliven the
This week ocoured tho wedding of
Miss Frances Louise Harman to Mr.
Clareuco Waldo of Bloomington, which
took uiaoo Wednosday evening in
lloldrogu at tho homo of tho bride's
Arthur Baum, Manager.
brother, C. E. Hirman. Tne houso was I
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neautiiuiiy decorated tor iuo occasion u
aud at GiiiO o'clock tho marriage cer- j jj
inouy was performed, the Episcopal i
ring service being used The bride's ' u
sister. Miss Lnnoro acted as bridesmaid
and Mr. Ben Kirkbride of Bloomington
as bost man.
Most of tbo guests were relatives of
tho bridal pair.only a friends being
inyited, nnd after congratulations nn
elegant wedding supper was served.
Tho many handsome presents received
testified to tho populnnity of tho young
couple. Thebrido woro a gown of Mift
white mull elaborately trimmed
with lino laco and insertion. Her go
ing away gown was blue voile mado
over blue and green silk. Miss Beulah
Harman woro a pink silk mull dioss
mado over silk of tho same color. The
newly married couple left the same
evening for Bloomington, whoro they
will make their home.
Fiuueos, who is a daughter of Mrs.
I. B. Hampton, is the second of the
'Bachelor Girls" to bronk hor vows of
"everlasting spinsteihood" and sho
will bo greatly missed iu tho social
circles of Red Cloud. Hor largo circle
of friends and acquaintances will wish
her evory possible joy to ho hadjin life.
Mr. Waldo is spoken of as nn upright
and promising young man worthy of
tho girl ho has won. "The Chief"
takes ploasuro in extending congratu
lations and bost wishes.
Three recorded Chester White 0. 1.
C. sows: 7 elidible pigs. Chester White
0. 1. C. sows; 7 eligible pigs, Chester
White O. I. C. males. (Pedigrees fur
nlabedwlth above.) 1 Poland China
sow, 4 pigs at side; 4 halt-blood male
pigs, 00 lbs., O. I. C. and P. C. cross;
p" half-blood sow pigs, 00 lbs , O. I. C.
and P. C. cross; 1 pig bouse or farrow
iDKoon. movable; 1 largo platform
fscales. Other articles too numerous
to mention, iucluding housohold fur
Ituie. H. P.Sowteu.
Over old P. O. building or at resi
dence, 6 blocks west aud l ncrth of
in Adnnis.county, May 21th.
For first-class lusurnnco,
call on or address
O. C TEEL
Tho Ariugton Comedians will be at
tho Red Cloud opera houso the week
of November 2. Mr. and Mrs. Aring
ton wore with tho Kempton's for fivo
years and need no introduction to the
Red Cloud public Maox Swain and
wife, who were with the Kemplons on
their recent visit to this city, are also
with the Aiiugtons. Tne opening bill
will be the strong four-act comedy
drama, "Maud Muller." There will be
a profusion of catchy specialties be
tween the acts no waits. Prices 15,
25 and 50 cents. Seats will be on sale
$20.45 Chicago And Return.
Via Burlington Routo. Account in
ternational live stock exposition,
Novombor 28 to Decomber 8. Tickets
on sale Novomber 28, 29 and 80. Lim
ited for return to Djcomber 7. Ask
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