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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1904)
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Women Like Tubulars
Every woman praises the sim
plicity of the
Because they are easy to feed, easy
to KEEP CLEAN, easy to TURN,
points every woman who helps
about the dairy lias 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.
Stock snddles nt Joo Fogel's.
Try that calf meal nt Caldwell's.
Bono fcilili.or, ','e n pound nt Culit
well's. Mrs. J. F. Bradshnw is up from
J. P. Hnlo wns in McCook tho first of
Tho bowling alleys have reopemd
Tho Hnwk-Eyo shooting gallery has
A. M. Walters was down from Bluo
Hill this week.
See F. P. Hadley for painting and
H. H. Hinklns of Riverton was in
L. H. Kelso of Bloomlngton wns in
town this week.
Miss Lenoro Harman was down from
"Bud" McCuno came down from
J. P. A. Black was down from Bloom
ington this week.
Mrs. J. W. Warren want to Franklin
Mr. A. F. Hartwell was down from
of Freeport. III., and the
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster County.
Look up your policy
and see me.
O. C. TEEL,
5 3 Again Open! 3 "5
Got ono of thoso 23o whips
by getting ft score of 12.
Two cash prizes each week.
P. HJDWW, MaMier.
Miss Eva Uplingur wns down from
Goorgo It. McCrary is homo from
his visit in Indiana.
Uso Superior furuituro and piano
luster. F P. Hadley.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Jones wore down
from Inavalo yesterday.
C. M. Turner and family have 10
turned from Oklahoma.
Seo Joo Fogol for anything in tho
harness or saddlery line.
John Knight of Cheyenne, Wyo., is
in the city for a fow days.
Fred Gerlach wns down from Blue
Hill on Business yesterday.
T. H. Dorsoy of Lebanon, Mo., was
in town tho first of tho week.
Mrs. Postlowaite ot Guido Rock was
in town tho first of tho week.
Girl wanted at tho Bon Ton, $3 per
week. V. S..Benso, Proprietor.
John O. Yeiser of Omaha was at
tending district court this week.
A liuo of tho newost hnndpainted
shirt-waists sets. Nowhouso Bros.
Quick service and first class work is
tho motto at Schaff nil's harbor shop.
Homer Baker has resigned his posi
tion as night transfer man at tho depot.
Walter Roby is the proud father of a
baby girl, which arrived at his homo
Mrs. A. J.Tomlinson has returned to
Bed Cloui after spending tho winter
Pay your subscription tomorrow nnd
got in on that 1100 buggy. Contest
closes at 5 p. m.
Fred Scarborough came down from
McCook Saturday to attend tho funeral
of Alva Garner.
B. M. Anderson, tho popular sales
man of the Carpenter Paper Co., was
in town yesterday.
Mr. Frank Thomas, of tho Red Cloud
mills, has been laid up for about threo
wooks with quinsy.
Como in and seo tho nowest hand
painted shirt-waist buttons and
brooches. Nowhouso Bros.
Dr. Cook's horso took a littlo run
Tuesday from the school house to tho
doctor's homo. No damage.
A couple of freight oars wero ditched
in tho B.& M. yards Monday owing to
tho "joft" condition of tho roadbed.
Cha?. Gurnoy, Jr., is homo from
Lincoln, where he has been taking tho
agricultural course at tho university.
M. K. church Sunday: Sunday
school, 10 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m.;
Kpworth League, 7 p. m; preaching
8 p. m.
Must Bk Sold My traction ongino
and now soparator, used ono season.
Will he sold at a sacrilico prico. C. D.
Chas. Caldwell of Marion county,
Kansas, who has been visiting with his
cousin, J. O. Caldwoll, left for his homo
C. L. Cotting is homo from Iowa,
whoro ho accompaniod tho body of A.
G. Stonobroakor. Ho visited at his
old homo wbilo away.
Swift's Prido Soap is perfectly mado
of puro soap ingredients. For all
washing purposes, it is tho most affec
tive laundry soap mado.
i mr vmnumtyi. fat. "ifcv
Tho buggy contest closes tomonow
(SiittmliiM nt fi p. in. If you have not
made n ui ss on tho outcome), now is
tho tlnut. You stnml just its good n
chimin! us anyone.
Roy Garbor, who started out with
Cttupbcll Bios' bill car n short :iino
ago, nnived homo safely Tuesday even
ing, aftei seeing the world.
I know a j lly old maiden lady,
A lady of high degree,
Who never kih" to bed without
A ill ink of Rocky Mountain ten.
Sensible woman. C. L. Cotting.
The Rod Cloud basket-ball girls are
endeavoring to arrange for a game
with Franklin, to be pluved tho anno
day as the McCook-Red Cloud base
hail game, Miy 11
Mrs. A. (J Green and Mrs Susan
Dickson were in Franklin this week at
tending the .Mimi-ntimuil meeting of the
Republican Valley A-.i icintion of Con
Will Vest, who had boon in j til for
sovoral weeks charged witli stealing a
witch, was discharged Monday owing
to tho failure of the complaining wit
ness to put in an appearance.
Wnntul Young men or women as
local reprtst'tiUtiveo for McCluro's
Magazine Liberal commissions, cash
prizes. Write J. N. Trainer, 111 E.
SfithStieet, New York, N. Y.
Now isthotiinetoclenn houso clean
your system llrst; drive out the mi
crobes of winter with Hollistor's Rocky
Mountain tea. It will keep you well
all summer. 1)5 cents. Tea or tablets.
C. L. Cotting.
Beck with, Wescott & Storey nro im
proving the front of their store room
by lowering tho largo pinto glass win
dows to the level of tho floor. Small
extra glass will be put in at tho top to
till tho vacant spaco.
Lowis, tho Kansas Jointist who was
at rested Tuesday evening on a charge
of drunkenness nnd assault, was up
before Judge Keoncy Tuesday morning
nnd wns lined $10 and costs, amount
ing in all to about $1G.
There was no meeting of tho district
encampment of tho G. A It. in this city
this week, as erroneously stated by ono
of our contemporaries, nnd will not bo
before Juno unless tho excutive com
mittee gets together nnd cnlls ono.
Rev. T. F. Schlosser nnd family loft
Tuesday for Sunnjside. Wash., whero
ho has accepted a call to preach. Mr.
Schlosser has a largo circlo of friends
We have them in near
ly any style you want.
Not the cheap, shoddy
kind, which are dear at
any price, but good, serv
iceable harness at prices
that are right. We guar
antee our harness in
every way to be perfect
You can't afford to pay
fancy prices for harness
that will give you no bet
ter satisfaction than you
can get from our goods.
Don't pass us by when
you need a harness.
We Are It.
ill this ci.iiimiiiiity who will Ik o '
lose him and his estimable f, unity (mm
llnrj Kinincr, who it attending tho
high .school, was called to his home in
Batin piecinct Thursday evening by
the seilous illness of his brother. Il's
brother has been subject to heart Moll- i
bio for miiiic time, and was again at
tacked Thursday afternoon. He was
much better, however, when llanyj
arrived home. I
Jesse Buell, mm of Mrs. N. S Rints, '
who has been spending the winter nt
home, will leave in a few d'is to j mi
tlin T. I. Cash C.irnival Co. at St Paul,
Minn., which will open the eisoii
t eie on May HI Jesse docs the "nigh
dive" from a KM) foot bidder into n
rope net, and draws a pretty good
salary for doing the net.
The following order of sen ices at
the Congiegdtlonal church will he
followed next Sunday: Morning
woi-hip with sermon at 10 III) Theme,
"A Vision of the Uioss." C immiiinon
service following. sermon. In the even
ing the pastor will give a Iiook study of
Kccleslitstcs C V. meeting at 7 1ft.
Service at Indian Creek at II 110 p in.
The richly hied young stallion Char
acter will uiiike the sor.son of 1!HU at
II. S. llolcomb'.s farm, near the mouth
of Walnut creek. He is three years
old this spting; liright hay, large mid
stylish. Has the fashionable Election
eer Wilkes cross so much sought for by
discriminating breeders. He is so
ha. dsoiue that it is woith $1 to look at
him, but he will be on free exhibition.
For terms iinuiro of J. C Holcomb at
the farm 'Jiiapr-lf
The usual number of divorce cases
wero tried in ilio distiiet court this
wook. Several di voices wero granted,
among them being Cora Goodwin from
James Goodwin, Ida Capps from
Charles Capps, Alice Kuutson from
Albert Kuutson, and Rose Matthews
from her husband. In the case of
Alice Mills vs. Morris Mills, Judge
Adams held that tho charge of habitual
drunkenness was not proven. How
ever, ho continued the case, allowing
tho plaintiff $Sft suit money and S10 per
month for the support of tier child.
Mrs. E. S Garbor ontertainid tho
Maplo Leaf Knnsingion club of Guide
Rock Wednesday, at her home in the
north part of the city. Mrs George
Morhartnnd Mrs. I. W. Crary werotho
prize winners in tho guessing contests.
An olaborato dinner was served at
noon. The members of the Guide
Rock club pit Kent were: Mrs. S. B.
Nowmoyer, Mrs. Kirkpatrick, Mrs.
Lovitt, Mrs. Clyde Hodges, Mrs. Chas.
Hodges, Mrs. Sheppard, Mrs. I. W.
Crary, Mrs. J. II. Crnry, Mrs. A. H.
Hayes, Mrs. A. M. Hayes, Mrs. Proud
lit, Mrs. Bradsbaw of Superior, nnd
Mrs. Uoo. Morhart.
BARKER TRIAL POSTPONED
Judfte Adams Grants a Cwtliwance Ik
the Case Until Thursday, Nay 5.
Frank Barker was brought into court
Tuesday morning to hear his potition
for continuance read. Ho does not seem
to bavo lost any llesh and does not ap
pear in tho least worried over tho
ultimato outcomo of tho oaso against
Tho defonso was represented in
court Tuesday morning by Thus. II.
Matters of Harvard, Nob., fomorl7 law
partner of J. R. Mercer, who bad been
called into the case owing totho illness
of Mr. Mercor, counsel for tho defense.
Attorney Matters presontod a lengthy
petition sotting forth tho reasons for
asking for a continuance Tho princi
pal contention of tho defenso was that
Barker had boon baled into court on
April ID, just six days prior to tho sit
ting of tho district court, and arraigned
on tho chargo of having murdered his
sister-in-law, Alice Barker, and that
the tinio bad not been long enough in
which to allow defendant's attorneys
to prepare thtir ovidonce. It was also
allegod in tho petition, and supported
by medical cortilicates, that J. R. Mer
cer, loading counsel for defonso, was
ill and unablo to do propor justico to
his client. Tho defonso asked for a
continuaccu to tho Juno term of tho
Judgo Adams thought tho attornoys
for tho defenso had had suillciont timo
to prepare their case inasmuch its tho
evidence in the Inter chargo would bo
exactly similar to that iu tho chargo on
which ho, was first arraigned, that of
murdering his brother. Judgo Adams
expressed regret that tho two charges
had been joined, howovor, as it only
served to complicate mnttors nnd gavn
an excuse for asking for a delay.
Aftor brief arguments by attornoys
on both sides Judgo Adams finally ex
cused tho jury and continued tho case
until Thursday, May 5, at 0 a. in.
Death of Miss 6ertrude Haley.
Miss Gortrudo Hollo Kaley, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. A Hv Kaley of this
city, died Sunday morning at8:30, after
an illness lasting over a year. Miss
Knloy bad been a sufferer from ncuto
inflammatory rheumatism, and spont
a few months in Colorado last year,
roturning borne vory much Improved
in health. Sbo hid boon homo but a
short tlmo, however, whon she was
again taken sick and was confined to
borbed for tho last three or four
months. Tho disoase finally extended
to her heart, nnd she lire the past
It will pay you to be particular about your clothing
- it costs nothing to be discriminating.
Wc prefer to clothe particular people.
We encourage the comparison of our clothing with
that of other clothing houses.
Let us show you a Kohn Brothers suit or overcoat,
trv it on. look it over care
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few months in intense suffering.
Miss K-iii-y wns conscious to the last,
and to her inmily and fi lends express
ed lief willingness to meet tho Master.
Just a slim- time before she died she
told those nt Iimi- bedside that she was
Gertrude Belle Kaley was horn in
Juniata county, Pennsylvania, Decem
ber 10 18?(i, and removed to Red Cloud
"villi her parents when a uniill child.
She leaver, to mourn her loss her
father, mother, two brothers and two
sisters. I'he brothers and sisters are
lOlmer Kalev of D'Miver, Walter Kaley
of Chester, Neb., Mrs Nellie McCluie
and Miss Muile Kaley.
Funeral services wero held nt the
family home Tttes lay, conducted by
Rev. K. L Huteliliisof tlioM.K. church,
assisted l Rev. B. F. Hutchiu.s of
Cowles. Interment was m tho Red
Tho funeral sorvices wore very
largely attended, many of tho business
houses being closed during tho ser
vices. There wero numerous hand
some tlornl offerings contributed by
her hosts of friends, by whom alio was
held in highest esteem.
Whereas, It has plonHud tho Grand
Mastor of the Lodge above to call from
our midst our beloved brother, C. A.
Garner, while yet in tho primo of life;
therefore, ho it,
Resolved, By C. W. Bronson Lodgo
No. 487, Brotherhood of Railroad
Trainmen, that while wo deeply feel
the los of our brother, and our minds
should bo the more fully impressed of
tho fact, that none can tell the day or
the hour when wo shall bo called to
account and register the last trip;
Resolved, That in tho untimely death
of our brother, our community has lost
a good citizen, tho family n loving son
and brother and tho lodgo a faithful
member, and in cherishing his memor
ies wo extond to tho loved ones our
heartfelt sympathy is this, their hour
of sadness. And, belt
Resolved, That our charter be drap
ed in mourning for tho period of thirty
days. And, bo it further
Resolved, That a copy of thoso reso
lutions be sent to tho family, that they
bespread at largo upon our records
and tho papers of Red Cloud, McCook
and Akron bo requostcd to publish tho
J. A. Ahick,
W. C. Cox,
A. P. Eur,
They Had Snakes.
Miss Viola Ward, who tenches tho
Sunnyside school, district 75, and lur
pupils have had u merry time this
winter killing snnkes. There is n well
on the school grounds which seems to
bo a regular l'urndho for snakts. At
tho noon hour and at recess timo the
toacherand pupils would gather around
the old well, and by dint of coaxing
and a little strategy they would soon
havo ono or two slimy victims to lay
upon tho altar. Thoy Jhavo kept tab
on tho number killed md jat last re
ports tho total was twenty-two, sixteen
hullsnakes and a half dozen blueracers.
Many of tbo snakes captured wero
over four foot in length.
6v. flatter Strkket.
Kx-Govornor Silas Garbor last Satur
day evening suffered a stroke if
paralysis, and for a timejwns in a ser
ious condition. At last reports, how
ever, ho was resting easily and was In
no immediato danger.
Are Ym llslift Allei's Fnt-Ease?
Shako into your shoes Allen's Foot
Ease, apowdor. It cures coma, bun-
- - g
fully, sec how it is made,
the trimmings used; then
ask to sec the suit of any
other high class manu
facturer, try it on, com
pare. We're not afraid
of the result.
All Union Made.
Ut CA1.Y A C0MN.IT tlNf. Of
First door North of Post
ions, painful, smarting, hoi, swollen
feet At all druggists and shoo stores,
When you nro hungry nnd
want Momotblg nice in tho
meat line, drop into my
market, i I have tho nicest
mid meats, fish, and gnmo
in season. I think, nnd
almost know, that I can
pleuso you. Glvo mo u
W. I. K00N,
ROBINSON & BURDEN.
Ah I have purchaaod tho Harring
ton Mont Market, I expect to mako
Homo changes to bonollt the pa
trons. First of nil, clean up; good
moats, good weights nnd fair treat
ment, nnd I hoiirtily solicit your
trndo. I do not nsk for all ot it,
but invito you to como iu unci got
acquainted, and wo will do tho rest.
Also oxtond an invitation to bring
in your Eggs, Buttor, Chickens,
Hides, Furs uud Fut Stock, for
which wo will pay you cosh.
We do not run u grocery store,
but will endeavor to run a first
class market houso. Call uud glvo
ua at loast one triul.
Yours for business,
K -AND- i
f Some of tho flnost farms and s
? city property iu Wobstor Couu- i
ty, Nebraska, for wilo Pricos 1
ranging from 115 to $25 per ucro.
J. P. HALE, )
f Red Cloud,' Nebrakm. 4
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