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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1904)
o make It. Wo do not know of
better salvo or ointment. This is
thoono that euro. It should bo
kept on hand constantly, ho thai
it can bo applied promptly in emer
gencies. It reliovos quickly tho
pain from burns and scalds, heals
cuts, cracked hands, etc ; a thor
oughly reli bio ointment that many
peoplo "swear by."
Price, '" cents.
If not satisfactory, your tnonoy
Chas. L. Cotting,
$5 25 coal nt Caldwell's.
Stock saddles nt Joo Fogol's.
Light harness nt Joo Fogol's.
Al Serivnoris ill with pneumonia.
J. P. Halo went to Miudon Wednes
day. Sam Foo tins been appointed deputy
Urn co I'ayno was down from lliarton
Waltor Knloy was up (rom Chester
Art Wolcott of Inavalo wai in town
Authur Reddon of Nelson is visiting
in tho city.
Stewart Albright ia homo from his
Infants' all-wool whito shirts, COc.
Joromo Vanco was up from Ouido
Coal, coal I Soft coal for baso burners
E. G. Bohanan of Lincoln was in the
Try Ward Hayes for & first class
shave or hair-cut.
Mrs. C. 13. Cronoand Miss Edna are
visiting In Omaha.
Jim Vance was down from Inavalo
the tint of the week.
Aaron Conovor left Monday morn
log for Salt Lake City.
If you want the bost and cheapost
harness, go to Fogel's.
Furnishod Rooms for RentInquire
of Mrs. J. A. Tulleyi.
Attorney Schaffer of Holdrege at
tended court this week.
Ex-County Judge I. W. Edson has
moved back to his farm.
Mr. Hoover was down from Blue
Hill the first of the week.
Attorney Sweezy was down from
Hastings to attend court.
See Joe Fogel for anything in tho
harness or saddlery line.
J. D. Storey and wife were down
irom Cowles Wednesday.
W. A. Cole was down from Bloom
fogton the first of the week.
Mrs. Charley Besse is slowly recov
ering from her recent illness.
Will Mitchell returned to his home
in Lincoln Tuesday morning.
Judge Adams held a short session of
tho district court this week.
is. W. Hite and wifo of Campbell
were in town tho first of the week.
Moranvillo's Perfection Hair Tonic
for sale at Schaffnit's barber shop.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Penman gavo
a whist party last Friday evening.
Fred Marsh of Norton, Kan., is a
ucst at tho homo of Mrs. Graves.
Quick servico and first class work is
tho motto at Schaffnit's harbor shop.
fifty Ytan the Standard
Juprovas the flavor and adds t
Ibt hialthfulnits of tha fotd.
MIOB BAKINO POWOKH 00.
Iry that smokeless coal ntCaldwoll's
Judgo Duffy is agisting Judge
Kfoney in the county court this week.
Mrs. R. S. Proud lit of Guide Rock
was In 1 he city the lirst of tho week.
Judgo Koeney performed Hi lirst
mnriiiigo ceremony Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hasting') of
Inavalo were in town tho lirst of tho
Don't miss tho "Chnlk Tnlk" nt the
M. E church Tuosday evening, Janu
Mrs. James. Burden intends to open
n millinery store hero in tho near
At Albright went to Amboy Thurs
day nn account of the sctiutts illness of
Mis L. 11. lilncklcdgo left Tuesday
morning for Alum to visit with friends
Donald McCtdlum of Guide Rock
was trinsneting businos in the city tho
lirst of the week.
Mrs. Mibol Thompson is very ill nt
the homo of her parent'). Mr. and
Mrs. (i W. Lindaey.
Tho Adventists hnvo received n, now
725 bell and placed it iu position on
their church building.
Claude Kmigh left yesterday for
Aurora, III., where ho expects to nmko
his homo in tho future
Mrs. J S. Gllham entertained snmo
ofhcrftlonds yestorduy with an old
fashioned "quilting boo".
Miss Angeo Wilburn has arrived
from Lincoln to mako her homo with
Mr. and Mrs.T. A. Wilburn.
Boyd Smith nnd Ed Walters loft this
unrning far Havolock, where thoy have
secured positions in tho B. & M shops'
Mrs N. Longtin and daughter Elfa
left Monday for Aurora, Kan., to at
tend tho fnnoral of Mr. Longtin's
Mayor Ross was presonted with a
handsome silver smoking set Mond-ty
night by his former employes on tho
A danco given at tho homo of
Richard Turner Saturday night was
attended by n large numbor of tho
young peoplo from town.
Salesmen wanted to look after our
interest in Webster nnd adjneont
counties. Salary or commission. Ad
dress Lincoln Oil Co., Cleveland, O.
O. C Teol went to Lincoln Wednes
day and will bo absent for several days.
He is on the auditing committeo of the
Farmers' Mutual Insurance company,
Mr. Sullivan ia rapidly getting things
in shape at the new lumber yard, and
it promises to be a valuable addition to
the business interests of Red Cloud.
The county commissioners were in
session this week. In tho matter of
the county printing they decftied to
allow tho county oflicers to have the
work done where they pleased.
Mr. Robert Fortune of Hebron has
located in Red Cloud and will start an
oil wagon here. Ho will havo bis
ofllco nt Spokesfield'd and will deliver
oil and gasoline to his customers.
120 Acres One of tho best farms in
Webster Co., 827 per acre, long time
on part payment. Owner bankrupt;
must be sold. Box 108, Red Cloud,
The Ladies' guild of tho Episcopal
church will give a "sunset social" and
chicken piesupp r at the home of Mrs.
Dr Dttmerell Saturday of next week.
Program in another column.
The football boys' dance last Friday
evening was a social as well as a finan
cial success. The boys did not clear
enough t- liquidate indebtedness made
prior to the danee, but thty came out
ahead so far as the dance was con
cerned. Jennie Stllzor, Omaha "I have
gained thirty-five pounds in two
months. Nothing did mo any good un
til I used Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea." A blessiog to sickly woman. O.
Tho Rod Cloud Nation, aftor trying
thoexporimont of an all homo print
semi-weekly for a fow weeks, has gono
back to tho old reliable "patent in-
sides." Tho semi-weekly
bi-monthly town is not
Havo you indigestion, constipation,
hoadnche, backache, kidnoy trouble?
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
mace you won. it it tails get your
money back. That's fair. Tea or
tablet form. 85 conts. O. L. Cotting.
In our articlo on tho postoQico busi
ness last week tho item in roforenco to
money orders sent to mail order
houses was misleading. The figures
should havo represented the numbor
of orders issuod, and not the amount
of tho orders in dollars, as published.
Supposing you'ro bustod haven't a
Dotting poor isn't a serious crimo,
Put on a bold front, work with all your
You'tosuroto win by taking Rocky
Mountain Tea nt night. 0. L.
F. W. Studobakor nnd A, A. Boron
havo purchased tho dray and express
lino of E. W. Ross nnd took possession
a woek ago today. Both aro well known
to tho citizens of Red Cloud and no
doubt will continue to enjoy the iiboral
pitrnnngo which was
Real Estate Transfers,
Tinn iters for woek ending Wednes
day, January 13, furnished by J. H.
Bdh'y of Webster County Abstract
Harry M Wiillnr to Jno R Green-
haliih ot nl 1 27-2 10 qd....
A Minor Wellinan to Harriot
Blown lots ,'i to 7 hlk 20 Cow-
Anrnti A Harvoy nnd wifo to ()
M Baker wrswi and se4 awl
and sw4 sel 21-1 1) wd
Lincoln Land Goto Ola is Rise
lot 8 hlk 11 llnscmmit wd
James Rosy and hush to Thomas
11 Qnigglololli hlk III Rose-
R'insoin S Piomilit and wifo to
RS Promltil lumber Co lts 11
to 15 hlk 5 Guide Rick wd....
C F. Guild nnd wifo to Eiistono
Schmidt lot 3 hlk U B 11 wd..
Harriot U Spurnk ot nl to Geo A
Spuri'k lot 10 hlk 1 Vancosndd
to Guide Rock qcd
Christian ChrlsMunson to Albert
T Walker neC 0 2-12 wd
C D Robinson nnd wifo to Ella W
Lester pt lot 3 and 1 and 5 blx
Georgo Ilngor and wifo to John
II Davis lot 18 hlk 4 Cowles wd
Willis F Johnson nnd wifo to 11
C Hansen e2 sc4 291-11 wd....
Willis F Johnson and wifo to
Rudolf Street wo po420 0-11 wd
II C Hansen nnd wifo to Rudolf
Street w2se4 20 8 11 qcd 1
Stnto of Nebraska to Henry
Gund n2 n2 s8 and wlsc4 16-4
Henry Gund and wifo to Jacob
Goll pt nw4 nnd n2 sw4 10-4-10
Mortgages filed $7800
Mortgages released 92100.
Tho Ladles' Guild will glvo a "Sun
sot Social" at tho homo of Mrs. Damor
ell, Saturday, January 10. Tho follow
ing program will bo ronderod at 4:80
Ins'rumental solo "Twilight", Mary
Vocnl solo "Lookout for tho Hoo
doo, doo doo-man", Vaughn Smith.
Duet "Lullaby", Nolle Warren and
Piano solo "Tho Last Hopo", Mrs.
O. E. Hughes.
Vocal solo Wbllo tho Convert Bells
Were Ringing", Beude Marsh.
Reoitation Silected, Vaughn Smith.
Piano solo "Attaque des Uhlans",
Vera Crabill and Mary Damerell.
Recitation "A Baby in Church",
Trio-"Dltint Chimes", Mrs. Hiatt
and Misses Roby and Overman.
Pitno eolo Selected, Josephine
Recitation Selected, Btulah Har
roan. Vooal solo "One Sweetly Solemn
Thought", Helen Oveiman.
Simper will be served from 0:30 to
6 o'clock, consisting of chicken-Die.
cranberry sauce, pickles, bread and
butter, coffee a doake. Program free.
Supper 25 cents.
Dit7 Owrty Aitwuri.
Riohard Turner, county assessor, has
appointed tbe following deputies to
assist him in his work during the com
Rock township Emanuel
Creek township Charles
Stillwater township Louis Bangert.
Oak Creek township Elmer Setter
marhorn. Potsdam township W. A. Shotten
kirk. Elm Crook township E. H. Foe.
Pleasant Hill township J. R. Morse.
Garfield towndiip Grant Shldler.
Lino township Jas. S tladon .
Rod Cloud township-C. 11. Kaloy.
Rod Cloud city Henry Scott.
Batin township Ed Blanch.
Gionwood township John McCal
Harmony township A. Wnufel.
C.ithorton tonwnship Goo.
Inavalo township Win. Ronkel.
Walnut Creek township Vanco
A "Chalk Talk."
J. Lorenzo Zwickoy, tho woll known
and very popular lecturer on art sub
jects, will givo a "chalk talk" at tho
M. E. church Tuesday evening, Janu
ary 10. This is tho fourth entertain
ment in tho lecture course given by
tho ladies of tho M, E. church. Mr.
Zwiokoy is a brilliant talker and his
lootures aro illustrated by crayon
drawings during tho course of his talks.
Ills work should not bo confounded
with that of fake ''lightning artists'1
who travel over tho country drawing
cartoons which rosemblo almost any
thing excopt tho subjoins thoy nro in
tended to represent. Mr. Zwickoy is a
real artist and his drawings nro real
works of art.
Tho general admission to tho lecturo
will bu 25 conts, children 10 years of
ago and under, 15 conts.
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I SPECIAL SALE
Winter Suits, Overcoats and!
55 The sale includes odd Suits, Pants and Over- fi
il) nnn.-foa n.nrl n. -fVaxxr line rvPln.f-.ft n.vri xrn.l a frnim t.ViA mnn. to
to 20 Per Cent
to a , 4. i
iij j. riiuiiic uuu jjljluc
THE CCWDEN-KALEY CLOTHING CO.,;
vV( First Door North of Postofflce,
Fraternal Aid Officers.
Tho fo' lowing oflicers wnro elected
and installed at tho meeting of the
Fraternal Aid Association, hold last
Mrs. Cora Potter, president; Mrs.
Thos. Wilbutn, vice president;! Mr.
Henry Newhouso, past president; Mrs.
E. Ross, chaolin: Miss Clara McMlllian,
secretary; Mr. Chas. Potter, treasurer;
Mr. L. M. Crabill, trustee; Mrs. Joe
Fogel, sentinel; Mr. V. B. Fulton,
Judge Koeney performod his first
marriage ceremony Tuesday when he
untied in the holy bonds of matrimony
Miss Bortha Panzer of Blue Hill and
Mr. Daniel B. Imhof of Bladen.
License to wed was issued Wednes
day to Charles R Beok and Miss Lizzie
Richards, both of Bladen.
U the Public.
The new feed ttoro solicit your
patronage, when in need of anything
in the lino ot flour, feed, grain or bay.
Your orders will havo carefull atten
tion. Phone call 61. H. J. Claiik.
I have just propared mjsolf to make
farm loans at a low rato of Interest
either in Jewell, Smith or Wobster
counties; can pay off at any timo.
J. H. Hailky, Red Cloud.
It Keeps the FetWann and Dry.
Ask today for Allen's Foot-Ease, a
powder. It cures chilblains, swollen,
sweating, sore aching, damp feet. At
all druggists and shoe stores, 25c. 12 4
INPI.AMMATOHY RII8UMATISH CURED IN
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon. Ind., M71; "M7
wife had Inflammatory Rheumatism in etery
muicle and Joint; her lufferlns wat terrible
and her body and face were iwollen almost be
yond recognition; had been In bed ilx weeki
and had; eight phyilclana, but received no
benefit until ibe tried the Myitlc Cure for
Rbeumatlitn. It Rave Immediate relief and
the wi able to walk about In three dayi. I am
Dure It Mved her life." Sold by.U. E. Orlce,
Druggist, Red Cloud.
at Reasonable Prices.
MRS. J. A. TUILEYS
MISS NELLE EMERT0N
Parlors at homo of Mrs. Tulloys.
is a pleasant recreation,
is invigorating and is a
healthful pastime, and
for a pleasant hour's
amusement nothing is
moro interesting than a
game or two at the : : :
Apex Bouilinq Alleys
W. L. MoMILLAN,
Choioo Tobaccos and Cigars
Always on Hand.
of Men's, Boys' and Children's
Discount from Plain Fig- JJJ
ure Prices. jg
i 4u4. :n 4- 1 4.:4. (
aaic tiittu wiu JJ,y
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS.
The winter has hardly
commenced, but we have
more of these goods than
we want and are going
to dispose of them if the
price will do it.
Our prices have been
the lowest, but we are
going still lower to sell
We sold our first stock
this winter and bought
again. The second time
we got too many. We
want to move them.
Come in and investi
against Firo, Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, soo
JNO. B. STANSER,
agont for tho Farmora Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Nob., tho bost in
surance compuny in tho state,
ISAAC B. COLVIN,
REAL ESTATE FARM LOANS.
Look Vox S3. Ouldo Rock, Neb.
Ml kinds of property bought, sold and
yuu tu invosuigaiiO. jn
Red Cloud, Neb. m
in Adanufcounty, May24th.
For first-class insurance,
call on or address
O. C TEEL
BED CLOUD, h
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J. P. HALE
RED CLOU D
Some of the finest farms and
city property in Wobster Coun
ty, Nebraska, for sale. Prices
ranging from $15 to 125 per acre.
J. P. HALE,
Had Cloud, Nebraska.
IN EVERY BTYLE.
Tho Bon Ton is propared
to sorvo Oysters in every
Htylo on short
for cold weather served at
the soda fountain. Catering
for parties andx dances.
W. S. BBNSB, Proprietor.
The best-bread ia nude ot
THE FRANKLIN HILLS
FINE FLOUR OF THE
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