The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, November 06, 1903, Image 5

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8HYL0CH
It feeds the nerves, strengthens
the digestive organs and they
feed the whole body.
ror nearly uurty years
Scott s Emulsion has been the
great giver of human flesh.
We will send you a couple of
ounces free.
SCOTT & DOWNE. Chomlsts.
400-415 Poarl Stroot, Now York
50c. and f 1.00 ; all druggists.
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LOCALETTES
W ill I'm kt-r s in Superior this week,
whole ho ha plumbing contract.
Mrs. Shi pp.inl of Guide Iloek visited
friends in tl.u city ill llist of t!io wet k.
Tom Lanudtovo nil tho vny from
I Campbell thrnugu the intui in ortlor to
Shylock was the man who v,tt!
vjunted a pound of human Mr' Kw ,K'"r of Franklin
n ,, wore visitors in tho uity tlio first of t..u
flesh. There arc many w,,,k.
Shylocks now, the convales-j Mrs. Eti.oi Pvio is vuiting hor per
cent, the consumptive, the '"""NMr. nmi Mrs t. v. iiatiieid, of
sickly child, the pale young "'JJ, M Wnivot. si9tcr o Mrs
woman, all want human flesh Frml Bottfeid, has returned to inl
and they can get it take .o in iniuoU.
Scott's Emulsion. , n- J,10J,,1"nI of NolIs county
is visiting wlh her paroirs, Mr. aud
Scott's Emulsion is flesh Mr. v. a. iirown,
and1 blood, bone and muscle.' Homo fori out, 1 block uorhtenst of
S hi n Wnnl school It quire at Henry
Dicderieli's shoe store.
Mrs. Allio Albiiglit entertained the
Simple Siisnii Cub and their liusbnnds
nt eat lis Wednesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tunnant drovo
to Franklin Friday to vllt with tin ir
sou Karl. returning Tuexl ly.
A license to niairy was Issued on
November 0. to D.ivid Frey and Ida
Soininorhukler of Guide Rock.
Mrs Carrie Adams and two (laugh
tors, ft tint Ilistings, aru visiting wlih
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Nowhottso.
'I'ho lied Cloud baskot ball girls have
arranged for a game to be played with
the Frauklin girls, at Franklin, on the
21st.
A football gnmo between Ditto Hill
and lied Cioud has been arranged for
Tnanksgtvlng, to bo played on the
home lit !d.
Tho Ladies' Guild pnsponed their
entertainment nt Mrs. Van Camp's on
account of bad weather, until Novem
ber tho 1.1 h.
L. L. Uoion has formed a partner
h p with W. G. H'aok of Alma in the
teal estato husine.-e and will leavo for
that place soon.
The Ladies' Baptist Aid Society will
open their handkorchlof bazar Satur
day, December 13. Notice of location
will appoar latter.
Geo Mollister is slightly dlstlgurod
by having been struck in tho face by a
piece of timber while cleaning away
tho wreck at Franklin.
Mrs. C. E. Roberts, Sin Francisco,
Cal : Would not not bo with R'H-ky
Mountain Tea in our house. It's a great
family remedy. Makes and koeps us
well. C L. Dotting.
Mrs. E J. Uvering.Ji1., and daughter
are in Omaha this week, visiting Mr.
Overing, who is recovering rapidly
from the sugical operation which ho
recently underwent.
Bishop Bouacttni of Lincoln con
ducted continuation services nt the
C I'holic church in this city yesterday.
A clnss of about fifteen received tho
rites of the church.
homo will no doubt be tided to "stand
ing room only" to hear this old but pop
ttlar play. The specialties between
acts are new and stumpy, and tlivte
ato no tedious walls. Tho spielal
scenery ranied by tho company adds
greatly to the sttpetior manner in
whhhtho productions are minified.
Tomorrow aftornr.on there will In a
matinee and tlio week's engagement
will oloo with tlio entetttiutucnt in
tho evening.
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It's Freezing Cold
Stock saddles at Joe Fogel's.
Light harness at Joe Fogel's.
Al Galusha wtnt to Lincoln Wednes
day. Hugh bonl is homo from Om aim for
a virit.
Will Smith of Filloy was in tho city
this week.
Charlie Fort of Omaha was in town
this week.
Miss Lois Pope is home from Omaha
(or a visit.
Miss Hazel Potts has returned to
Red Cloud.
Will K'znr camo down from River
ton to vote.
Jim Padgett left Wednesday (or
Downs, tvnu.
Ed Qillurd was in Naponco tlio first
of tho week.
Miss Mma Leggett has returned
(rotu Kansas.
Mrs. I. H. Hampton is homo from
Oloomington.
Coal, coall Soft coal for base burner?
al Caldwell's.
Bud MoCuno came homo from
Kearney to vote.
. Mr. Fred Tnrnure was quite sick the
first of tlio week.
Try Ward Hayes for n first clash
shave or hair-cut.
Chester Pope lo t Tuesday eveniup
forTrinidnd,Colo.
Born, to Mr. nnu Mrs Grai.t Houcbin
October :i0, a boy.
1) J. My era and family have returned
from Houldcr, Colo.
By S.ioppmdson i f Klvetton was in
the city eduoday.
If you want tho bnHt and eheapes'
harness, go to F igel's.
See Joo Fogel for unythiug in tin
linrness or saddlety line.
Dr. Morauvillo and wlfo of Guide
Rock were up Thursday.
diaries Putnam and wifo of Cowles
were in tlio elvy Tliursday,
MissLonoro llatman has retiirmd
from her visit in Holdrcgu.
Jaek Hayes and sou woro up from
Guide Itoek the first of tho week.
Found Bunch of kiys. Owner can
have sunn bv I'nllirir at Giicos
The Election.
TiieMlny's election in this county was
a remark tblc one, in that little or no
attention was paid to patty lines.
"Scratching" wn fieoly Indulged in
by tlio voters on both sides, and iho
estimates and ealeuliitio is if parly
lenders went nstiuv.
Tltu stirpnvi o( the election was the
I'efcnt of Kd Aniaek, reptlblleait noini.
nee for shetilV, J A. McAilhtir, the
fusion enmlidite, being re elected to
the ofllcn by the narrow margin of 0
votes. Tho greatest change in the
volo for sherlir occurred in the Second
ward f this city, which two years ago
gavo Oliver Hedge, republican, J! ma
jority, and tills year guvo Sheriff M.
Aitlmr a niMJority of M, a gain of 08
votes for tho fusion enndidato. As the
ward is ordinarily tepubllenn by an
overwhelming mi.joiity, McAilhur's
I ig gain is tho more romarkaido
County Clerk E S. Gather I'd the
lepubli.an ticket nnd was ro-electoJ
by tho sp'ondid majority of 400 votes
His work in tho ofllco during his first
tot in was (vidently more than an is
factory to the voters of tho county.
Georgo McCrary, tho genial fusion
incumbent of tho county treasurer's
ofllco, will continue for another two
years to unilo across tlio counter of
that ofllco at tho taxpayers of the
county. His popularity is shown by
the fact that he not only led his own
ticket, hut nisi had a larger majority
thin tho leading republican candidate,
452 McCrary has smilo that won't
"jar looso."
Miss Elizabeth Marker, fusion can
didato (or re-election to the oDlne ol
county superintendent, defeated Miss
Ada Skjelver by a majority of 101, a
gnin o( 170 over her majority o( two
years ago.
County Judgo I. W. Edion was tbo
only candidate for re-eloction to suffer
defeat, Albeit H. Keeney, republican,
winning by the splendid majority of
215 votes. ,
Georgo Hutchison, fusion candidate
for clerk of tho district court, defeated
Thomas H. Quigglo, republican, by a
niiij'Titv of 79. James Burden, the
present incumbent of tbooflioe, is a re
publican.
Bichard Turner, ropublloan cand'.
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Or will you buy your Overcoat today? Will you buy wool
for warmth and color-keeping andshnpokeeping, or do you
want cotton in your wool? You can't have cotton here
we are too particular.
What do we stand for in this community? For high
standards or low standards? Where hail you better buy
your clothes?
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We don't brag about the fineness of our $.1.50 and
$5.00 Overcoats, but they are strong and good-looking
jusi 1 igni 101 inu man muy re lueani 101.
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fy means Overcoat elegance, elc. but come in for the rest of
jj our Overcoat story. Lots of Men's, Boys' and Children's
iy line Suits, Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods.
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MILLIONAIRES
WEAR SOLID GOLD
WATCH CHAINS.BUT
THE GREAT MAJORITY
OF MEN WEAR
Simmons
Watch Chains
Just ns stylish and hand
somo as all-gold ones, 'wear
just as long, and a good
deal cheaper. Thoy aro
guaranteed to givo entire
satisfaction to tho wearer.
For salo by
NEWHOUSE
BROTHERS.
Jewelers and Opticians,
Bod Cloud, Nob.
It adds spico tc dreary life.enconragos
tlio human heart, lifts one out of de
spair, breaths new life and confidence.
i'lia'H what ll'ieky Mountain Tea will
do. Jl cents. C. L. Ui tting.
It's like a dip tn tho fountain of
vi mil " Tone 04 tho cheek fo gently
'hat "iMtih lingi rs on tln faco of old
iijn." 'i'liat's what Boek.v Mountain Tea
dots J) j cents. C. L. Cotting
l)rs. Weitii k it Hltldlo of Hastings
will moot eye, ear, no.eo nnd throat
pttieuts and those needing classes
luted, in Dr. Creiglitan's ofllco in
Bed Cloud, Thursday, November 10
.J no. Grlffeth's public salo Wed ties
day was well attondod and everything
bt ought i;ood prices. Mr. GrifTeth had
estimated the pioperty to bo fold at
about $3,000, and tho sales amounted to
over S3,fi0l).
Lncinn K Igir Follnnlieo, tho popr.
I ir lecturer, will appear ut ilio M. K
c itireb Tuesday, November 10th. Th's
is tho second of the Nuios of entertain
ni'Mit winch havo lieen arrat ged for by
t io Ladies' Aid Society and is -one of
t'io best in tho serios. You should at
tend and givo tho ladies encourage
ment. Tuesday aftornom Mrs. J. A.Tu b'js
entertained her lady friends with nn
at homo. The house was handsomely
dooorated with ferns and pottod plants,
and tofn Moments were soivod. Tlio
feature of the afternoon was a guessing
contest. Kieh guest was given a caul
containing a numbor of qttesttons, tlio
a iswers to which were the names of
virions kinds of cake. Mrs. K. S.
Gtrber gavo tho largest nninbor of cor
wet answers nnd wn9 awarded tl o
prizo. In the evening tho hiiBbands
nnd gentlemen friends of tho ladies
wro invited, and ptogrestivo whist
was tho amusement, Henry Clark
winning the gontlomon's ptlzu nnd Mrs
C. L). Kobinson tho ladios' prlzo. Mrs
Tulloys was assisted in entertaining
by Mrj. O. I). Kobinson.
Arlngt n & Swain's comodlans are
giving a series of high class entertain'
monts at tho opera house this week,
and are deserving of bettor houses
than they havo boon favored with. J.
T. Forester, leading man, is an actor
of exceptional ability, wbilo the sup
port of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Swain aud
the balance of tho company is all that
could bo desired. To-night tho strong
drama, "Ten Nlght3 in a liar Roi m,"
will bo the attraction and tho opera
Avoid
Typhoid
Fever
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
PWS
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
$4.00
Good, heavy goods
and properly fitted.
Galvanized Iron and
Wood Water Tanks
carried in stock. Let
us fit you out with a
complete outfit.
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dato for county nssrasor, is oloctod
over Crabill by tho deciivo nmjrity
of DO Mr. Turner had an uphill tight
for tho ofllco, but wen handsomely.
W. H. Anderson, republican candi
date for commissioner from the Second
distriot, wins over Groig by a majority
of II.
John W. Tulleys, republican, was
olrctod county surveyor by a j;ood ma
jority, aud Dr. II. F. Raines, republi
can, is elected coroner.
Judge J. B. liar nes, republican can
didate for judge of tho supremo court,
has a majority of about 8,000 in the
htato. nnd tho republican candidates
for regents of tho Btnte university are
elected by about the samo majority.
Judge Kd L. Adams, fusion candi
date for district judgo, tins a majority
of 12 in the county and about 100 in
he district.
Cuttlni Affray.
Henry, Jones, whollviHiip near Hluo
Hill, camo into town Wednesday
and loaded up on lighting whi-kv.
When lie hail secured euongh liquid
disturbance to nrottsu hia lighting
courage ho statted out on a hui.t for
trohblo. tor se vet al yeat h past hero
has not been much love lost between
Jono4 nnd Cloyd Cummlngs, and when
tho two llunlly met troublu was inevi
table. Just how tl o scrap stilted no
one seems to be willing to till, but
Jones began raking up nu ancient feud
and finally the two came to blows.
Uuriug tho progress of tlio "scrap"
J o os sninthed Cloyd over tlio eye
uitu a vair of knocks, ctt'titig an ugly
gndi. Cloyd retaliated by drawing a
knife and using it oi J nies, who re
ceived a cut over thy eye, one under
tho Hhou'der and another in tho buck.
Jones was taken to Dr. Cook's ollke,
whore his wounds were patched up,
tho doctor declaring none of them to
bo dangiroua. Kyowitr.oss lay tho
blanio of tho jiffn r on Jonc, who is
said to bo voy q inrrelsomo when
drinking. Both woro p'tii'ed under nr
ro4t htnl on Thursday appeared nefore
Judgo Wast. Cloyd pleadid guilty to
the chnrgo of distutblug the peace nnd
wiik lined $8, hicli ho paid. Jones
gavo u couliiiuuuce bond aud will bo
tiled 1 iter.
G. A. R. Resolutions.
Jiimcs A (iarlield post No. 80 has
adopted tlio fillowing preamble and
resoltt'i ii4 on thodeaih of W.B Koby:
UEitKAS, Death has takon from us
our esteenu'd comrade, Win. B Iloby,
wlio lived tlio life if a good cit.un, a
loyal comrade, a good neighbor mid an
uptight man; and,
Wmkucas, When this nation was
d'H'iiscd and in sore distress at the
hands of the enemies ofotirgivormout,
our diet used comraiio enlisted to up
hi Id our Hag, tho prontost il ig in the
world, nnd tho causo f humanity,
thoreforo ho it.
Hesolvki), 'I liit Jnmos A. Gntilold
post has lost a worthy comrado, tlio
community u good cilizon; nud, bo it
further
Hesolvkd, That the post charter be
draped for tbl ty days in memory of
our decoased comrade; and bo it
further
Hesoi.vkd, That Jamos A. Garfield
post extend to tho family of tho de
ceased its condolenco and sympathy,
nnd that these resolutions bo placed
ttpou tho records of tho post.
PlillllpS'Martln.
Last Wo Intbd iy at 12 o'clock, at tho
ollico of tho ptolnto judge, occurred
tbo weddlug of M's Uirtha L Phillips
Chicago lumber Co.
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NEW LUMBER YARD
AT ROSEMONT.
NEW LUMBER!
BEST COAL !
GET OUR
PRICES.
Arthur Baum, Manager.
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J. P. HALE
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Some of tlio finest fitrms mid
city property in W ebster Coun
ty, Nebraska, for miIo Prices
ranging from ?lfi to $2o per ucro.
J. P. HALE,
r?rH tilnuti. Nnhraikrt.
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and Mr. John Mat tin, Judgo 1. W.
E'lson pel forming tho eoroniony. Tlio
tn ido is a daughter of M nnd Mrs A,
A. Phillip?, southwest of C iwleg, nnd
tho groom is ono of Webster county's
urosporons younc farmers. After tho
ceremony tho bi ido and groom, accom-
oanied bv a few friends, drovo to tho
Phillips home, whore nn elaborate wed
ding dinner wns partaken of by tlio
relatives nnd a number of invi'oil
guests. Tho wedding festivities ended
with a danco in tho ovonlng. Tho
happy couplo wero tho rocipients of
many useful and valuable prosonts.
Thoy will make their home f r a short
time with tho bride's parontB, but ex
pect to mako i heir permanent homo in
Washington. Tup. Chief extends its
good wishes to tho newly wedded pair.
Land Buyers' Excursion.
Bargains in pasture nnd hay land,
Improved and unimproved valley and
upland farms in Valley, Greoloy, How-
Vz Million
DOLLARS
DAMAGE
in Adams county, Mtiy2ltli.
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For first-class insiunnco,
call on or address
O. C. TEEL
HEO CLOUD,
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aid and Shormnn counties. Pasturo
or river bottom farm.
Excursion will leave Cowles for
Loup City Tuesday, Nov. 10, ovor B
& M. 11. It. Loup City and return,
$4.17, on this date only. Securo a farm
now and got landlord rent. Write for
particulars to A. 11. Koouoy, Cowles,
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Farmers' Institute,
Tho Webster County Farmers' Insti
tute will bo hold at Cowles Monday
and Tuesday, Novembor 23 and 94.
Tho program will be announced soon.
This will bo tho first moeting of the
kind hold in the stnto this year.
Farm Loans.
I havo just propared myself to mako
farm loans nt a low rato of interest
either in Jowell, Smith or Wobstcr
oountlo; can pay off at any time,
J. II. Bailey, Ilcd Cloud.
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