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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1904)
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Women Like Tubulars
plicity of the
praises the sim-
1 jt- a
Because they are easy to feed, easy
to KEEP CLEAN, easy to TURN,
points every woman who helps
about the dairy has a right to insist
upon. All other separators run
harder than a TUBULAR. They
have a great many more parts to
WASH and to WEAR OUT.
Let me give you a catalogue and
show you the many good points in
a SHARPLESS TUBULAR.
tended 11 dance iii Wymoro Wednesday
Frnnk Smith, who recently purcha
cd tin- Sum Temple ptoporty, 1ms this
week moved his family to town.
Thn graduating class will give :i ban
q let tonight for tint inonibeis of the
junior guide, lit th Hotel Uoy. 1.
Mi. unit Mis. Frank Bailey iiml
Mi.". (Jcotgo B-illey of Bostwick uto
guests of J. it. Bailey iitnl fnmily.
W W Ttaers, the now engineer on
tho switch engine, will soon loinovo
his family from MeCook to UimI Cloud
Mrs. Husscl iuhI daughter who have
been visiting Mts. Dr 1 ttutMcIl Iff t
Tuesday for thoir homu in Hastings,
M.F.. eliiiiolici vie-'- Sunday school
at 10 a. 111., preaching at 11 n. in. Ku-
wot Hi League at 7 p. in. Preaching 8
Swift'.-. Pi ido Soap is the safest and
purest .soap you can use in otir latin
dry. It ptoteets thu clothes, yet cleans
Several members of thn Kastorn Star
went to Superior tlii-t morning to las
present at a leeeption tendered them
by the Supeiior lodge.
The IihihI hoys have resumed prae
tiee and by thu tiinu Docoi ation day
rolls around they will be ablu to fur
nish some good music.
Now would be a Rood time to pay
Yotnt subscription. Thu buggy con
test closes Apt il !J0, at 0 p m and thu
guesses aru tolling in.
Thu building occupied by Morhart
Bros.' htud ware htoru was this week
given a now coat of paint, which adds
greatly to its appearance.
Wo wisli to npologizo to our readers
as throtich a misunderstanding with
the patent houso, wo failed to receivo
our patents for this week's issuo.
Dr. It. F. Haines now has well
equipped ofllces over Cotting's drug
store. Telephouoll. Hehidenco tele
phone, 70 nprlfj
Having Good Time
W. v v
to ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS.
First Door North of Postofflce,
1 lave you noticed
that top and marble
time is here again?
Do you know that
this is the time of
year when the boys
are having a good
That means that
the Boys' Spring has
c o m e a n d we're
Poor clothing anil
a lusty youngster
Nobody realizes it
better than the mak
es rs of our Bovs
C 1 o t h i n g. That's
why there's no had
too strenuous for it.
and does it, yet style
or appearance have
not been sacrificed.
ALL NEW SPRING STYLES ARE READY
and handsome they are. Come, see. No obligation to buy.
$1.75 to $6.50
THE COWDEN - HALEY CLOTHING CO.,
Red Cloud, Nebraska.;
Mrs. Hedge is improving.
Stock saddles at .loo Fogol's.
Mrs. Aaron C novor is very ill.
liono foitilizei,2ea pound at C.ild
woll's. (Jeorgo Overing went to Naponeo
Wain Lingtin is homo for u shoit
-V. T. Auld was down from Lincoln
Bert Lewis was over fiom Lebanon
K. K. Iturr was up from (Juido H ick
Tho Delineator for Apiil at F.
Will Wolfe is having his iioiisu paint-
mI this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Tiny Ournev woto in
Beit Gather wnsnvortoKsbon, Km.,
K, 1'. Ilutcliisou was over fiom Leb
anon M unlay.
Horn, Monday, to Mr. and Mrs. 11.
t E Foam, a boy.
Charley Fort was down Omaha thu
lirst of the weuk.
Floyd llaj less was up from (Juido
Tho roof of Studebakcr'd Star barn
lias uoon rcshingUd.
Leslie (iraves of Li Junta, Col., is
visiting his mother.
Miss M iniie Weideman left Monday
for a visit in Denver.
F. W. Studebaker wont to St Joseph
In addition to the reg
ular line of Greenhouse
I have put in a line of
Bulk Garden Seeds. All
seeds are FRESH, and
at; reasonable prices. Call
$ the shoe store.
Wednesday with two cars of cattlo and
a car of hogs.
S (J Albright camo homo from Alma
Chas. Gilmoro was down from
H. It. Smith wont to Lincoln Satur
day to consult an auiist.
County Treasuior tslct'rary is visit
ing relatives in Indiana.
Fred I'lunib has bought S. Dyer's
poultry and hido business.
J D Storey, wife and child wore
down from Cowles Tuesday.
Chris Z-iss has removed his family
from Ktverton to Hed Cloud.
W. L. Koon has put a now $1100 ro
frigerator in liU meat market.
Miss(iertrude HIaekleitgu is sutler
ing from an attack of measles.
Miss (Jreer of K-msas City is thu
guest of Mrs. Victor M mspoaker.
A. u. iiray or Norton, ivin., was in
town this week hustling insurance.
Miss Daisy Montgomery of lllooin
ington spent Sunday in Hud Cloud.
A liii" of the nmvnu handn ainto
shirt-w liits sets. Newhotisu Hros
(Juiek service and fli.t clu-s work is
the motto at Si'liafTnii's barber shop.
Mis. (Jeorgo Lemlngs of Crawford,
Neb , is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Win.
Mis I'Mith Snyder of Hristol, Wis.,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Stone
breaker. Attorney J K. Mercer is ablo to bo
out. after a short though severe attack
Tho Knights of Pythias will givo a
dance at their hall in this city next
O. C. Teel and daughter Fay wont to
ludianola last Saturday, returning
J W Lindley now hashisrosUurant
in tho old postotlico building in good
C. W Iltisli, representing tao Grand
Island Hummcss college was in Ked
Mr. anil Mrs. Irving Cuir.mings woro
visiting friends and relatives in Salem,
Horn, Wednesday, to Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Smith, ton miles uoith of lUu
Cloud, a daughter.
Mrs. Harvey Starkoy of Shoridan,
Wyo,, is visiting old fnonds- and re
latives in Hud Cloud.
Bockwith, Wescott & Storoy have
put in a tlnu now iloor hhowcaso in
thoir clothing store,
Tho Methodists aro fooling much en
couraged ovor thoir prospects for a
now church building,
Mrs. A. L. Funk has roturrfed to her
homo in Lincoln aftor a short visit
with f rionds in this city.
This blizzard coming on tho Sth day
of April catches a good many of us
with deplotod coal piles.
Coma in and eco tho nowost hnnd
nninted shirt-waist buttons and
brooches. Nowbouso Hros.
W. S. Bonso and wifo wont to Camp
boll Tuosday to a'ttonil the big shooting
contest hold thoro this wook.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hughes, Mr.
Ilebor Clougu and Miss Ella Cook at
I know a j lly old maiden
A lady of ingli degree,
Wlto never goes to bed without
A drink of Hocky Mountain tea.
Sensible woman. C. L. Cotting.
Miss Irma Townsond is sutToring
from an attaet of appendicitis. She
was taken ill in school Wednesday
morning and had to be removed to her
Porter Hedge arrived homo from
Cripple Creek, C , Saturday morning,
being cajled here by tho sorbins illness
of his mother. Porter is engaged in
Just Received I
A large shipment
of drop forged steel
and we are making
6 In. Wrench, - - 20c
8 In. Wrench, - 25c
10 In. Wrench, - - 30c
These are first-class
A No. i goods and
will give you serv
ice. Now is the time
to buy steel goods,
Our line is complete,
and prices right.
'I -. v
T1B V TWB
mining at Cripple Creek. He claims
to have gained an inch in height since
liis residence in Colorado.
M M Miller and wifo of Wiufiold,
la., who havobeeu spondiuglhu winter
in tlio west stopped oil in Hed Cioud
this week for a visit with Mr. Millei's
sister, Mrs. N A. Hale.
Thu ladies of tho Cithollc church
aro holding their bazar in the building
recently vacated by Ayeis & li.iiley.
Supper will bo solved this evening,
and dinner and supper lomoirow.
Now is tlie time to clean houso clean
votir svstcin lirst; diivo out tho mi
crobes of winter witli Hollister's Hocky
Mountain tea It will keep you well
all summer. !i."i cents. Tea or tablets.
C. L. Cotting.
Tlio people of Hd Cloud should
certainly feel proud of thu neat and
caiefully keptappoaranooof the Hed
Cloud cemetery. John Auliz, tho
caretaker, has certainly ptrformed his
Hoy (laronr left this morning for
Fair bury, where he will join Campbell
Hros.' bill-posting f nee. Thu lull car
l will leave Riiibun Sunday for Illinois,
in winch state Campbell l$ios.' ciicus
will open the season.
Cuds have been leeeivod in this,
city announcing the uinriiago of Miss
Anna Loin McNitt, daughter of Mr.'
and Mrs M B. M-Nilt, to Mr. Boiler
iilc Maedngor, which oeciiued at La
Porte, TexiiB, last Tuesday, Apiil 5
Tlio 18 year-old son of Mis. John
Copley living north west of Hed Cloud,
was thrown from his bicycle Sunday,
breaking his collar bone. Dr Haines
was called and diesstd tho injury, and
reports tho young man getting along
Christian church sot vie s: Preach
ing at 10.:t0 a. in., fciibj-ct, "Turn
(Jreatuoss and Its Hospoiisimlity." sun
day school at 11:45. Christian Ku
deavoraiTp. m, preaching at 7-45,
biibj'-ct "Discouragements in thu
Chiistian Life; Their C.iuso and Cure."
Baptizing at closs of night service.
Thu qucb.iou of holding thu inlet-
btalu leumou hero this fall should nut
be allowed to drop. It will bo a
fciiuil advertisement for tho town, and
we beliuvti it will bo a financial benefit
as well. Theiu will not bo many moio
leunious ol tliu "old oojs." Lul's help
I them have a good lime m their declin
ing j cars.
There is a report cuironl that tho
Hastings train will mako thu louud
it ip but three limey a wetk after this
weuk, coming down from Hastings one
duy and loiuning tho next. If this in
justice is peipotrated upon thu lowus
along the line thuy will have a real
priuvauco. Tho Haiti seivico is poor
enough as it is, and this now move
should causo a vigorous protest from
tho patrons of tho road.
J. 11. Davis of Cowles was in Hed
Cloud Wednesday on his way homo
from a visit in Gravity, Iowa, where
he was called a month or so ago by tho
serious illnoss of his aged father and
tnothor. tils mother diod two weoks
ago last Sunday, at tbo ago of 8T. His
father was much bettor whon ho loft
thoro. Mr. Davis says tho mud at his
old homu is something fierce. There
is no placo like Nobraslca for Uao cli
mate and good roads,
The Republican City Ticket Elected Al
most Without Opposition.
Thu city election Tuesday passed tilT
very quietly, and, as was to bo Ci
pro ed, the Hepuhlicau nominees were
elected with little opposition.
Tlie only opposing candidate who
developed any stiengih wan J. L.
Miner, who i uteied i he race for nmor
at almost the last moment. Mr. Miner
made a good race, considering tho late
date at which Ids name was placed be
fore tlio voteiH.
Thero A-ero 'J 1 1 imllots east, 85 in tlio
First ward and 12!) in tlie Second waid.
i'heie were so many scattering vote,
tiiat it would be useless to make a do
tailed compaiison of the vote.
M lyor Hoss' umj irity over Mr. Miner
was 88 votes, thu lemaiuder of tho
ticket being elected almost unanimous
ly. Following aru thu olllcers clcctul
for thu ensuing:
M.y.ir-K W Boss.
Ci.y Clerk L. II. Fort.
Tieastirer J O. Hut lor.
Cither, (5 J Warren.
M'inl.ors of S 'liool
Penman, V. li Fulton.
J. H. White.
Fust watd W.
When you iiro hungry and
wiiulHomethig nice in tho
incut Hue, drop into my
market. I liavo tho nicest
mid meiitH, fish, and gamo
in season. I think, and
almost know, that I can
pleaso you. Givo mo a
W. L. KOON,
KOBINKON & UUKDKN.
Easter Services at Superior.
The K'lighl Templars of Supeiior
hold speeiil Faster services at tho M.
10 church in that city last Sunday.
The following were among liiu Hid
Cloud ueople who attended;
Mr. and Mrs I'M Harbor, Mrs. Del
Tuinuro, Mr. and Frank Cowden,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Hobinsou, Mrs.
8 F. Spokeslield, Mi. and Mrs. Al
(ialuslia Mr. and Mrs Chas. Kaloy,
Mr. and Mra. Wilburn, Mr. and Mrs.
Bert (Irice. Mr. and Mis. (Jeo. Hollis-
tor. Mr. Cans K'lloy, Mr. James
Amick, Mr. Harry Hoates, Mis Mollio
Foitis, Miss Klla Cook, Miss Nellie
Marsh, Miis Jout Igoti, Miss Anna
TulluVri and Mis. Dora Kaley.
Are You Uslnft Allen's Foot-Ease?
Snake into your slioes Allen's Fool
Easo, a powder. It cures corns, bun
ions, painful, smarting, hot, swollen
foot. At all druggists and shoe stores,
Advertised Letter List.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at posloillco at Hed Cioud, Nob.
for the woek ending Apiil 7, 11)01:
Baker, C Bull, Chas
IOvatis. Frank W llariis,(J II
Mellaidj, Mrs Mi. lor. 1)
Italston, Mi'tf A .Smingor, Geo A
Moner, O L Wade, G;o 11
Wolf, Luther A
Theso will be sent to tho dead letter
ollico April 21, 1001, if not called
for before Wlien calling for above
T. C. Hack Kit, Postmaster.
To Mothers In this Town.
Children who aio delicate, feverish
aud cross will get immediate relief
from Mother Gray's Swoot Powders for
children. They cleanse tho stomach,
act on tho liver, making a sickly child
strong and healthy. A certain euro
for worms. Sold by all druggists, 25c.
Samplo froo. Address, Allen S. Olm
eted, Loltoy, N. Y.
Application for License.
Nottco ! hereby rIvcii llmt a petition stnel
by thirty or moru runldenl fa-oliolilem of tho
Kintt want of tne ctl of Ku 1 Clou I, NebrnikR.
has be ii tiled with ti.r ouy c rrlc of Mild city of
Ited cluiid prajliu Hint u llttiiku be Kranted
by wait! city council of wild clij to John I'ol
nlcky for ilietitluof malt, plritnus and vlnoua
llmiors on lot tUo (i. bloci thirty ono (II).
orlKiial town, now city of Ited Cloud; that
action will be taken oi tiald pftlllon by the
mayor aud city couucl. mi the 4th day of May,
il, or at the lint ucuiIiik of tho council there
after, u. k. iikkm.k, uiiy uierc
Dated thin 6th day or April, 1WI, at
J. P. HALE
R !: 1) CLOUD
Homo of tho llnost farnm and
city property in Webster Coun
ty, Nebraska, for sulo PiIcoh
ranging from ?15 to iio por aero.
J. P. HALE,
Rod Cloud, Nebraska.
Ah I have ptireliasod tlio Harring
ton Meat Market, I expect to mako
homo changes to bouoflt the pa
trons, First of all, ciouu up; good
meats, good weights and fair treat
ment, and I heartily solicit your
trade. I do not ask for all of it,
but invito you to como in and got
acquainted, aud wo will do tho rost.
A tun nvtnnil im InvltuHnn in lirtno
in your Kggs, Buttor, Chickens,!
Hides, Furs ana Fat Stock, for
which wo will pay you cash,
Wo do not run a grocery store,
but will endeavor to run a llrst
class market houso. Call uud givo
uu at least ouo trial.
Yours for business,
-r nr r4 Trf
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