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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1904)
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Women Like Tubulars
Every woman praises the sim
plicity of the
Moralise they are easy to feed, easy
to KEKP 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.
Utile Imv. Stroll)!, dniuhter of Mr.
'and Mrs. Hairy Stroup, fell Irout n
counter in Hidcll's sloro Monday,
breaking her wiist nml dislocating her
Henry ("Dolpli'') lloydo nrrlvoil on
Wednesday nml assumed chiugo of tho
tiiilor shop formerly run by Hurry
Sowtor. Ills wlfo, who Is now In An.
rora, Nun., will urrlvo in 11 fow days.
Do you need mnro blood nml mot o
tlosh, do you need mnro strength this
spring? HolliUcr'ti Rooky Mouutitln
Ten will tiring them all. If ilfail.s your
lit noy back. ,15 cents. Tun or tablet
foini 0. L Cttllng.
Mr. Hoy uolds and daughter Kthol
passed thioiigh lii'to thi' tiist f tliu
work on (heir way to L ing Branch,
Ivans , uhi'io thoy go to attend tliu
lunoinlof Mis llcjnoldi' inotht'i' who
ilii-tl in Sunt lit, Wi-h.
Scivii'fs nl flni M. K. chinch Sun
day M-iiool, in a. in.; pteucliiiig, 11 a.
tu , subject, "A llicn lli-lpi'i"; Km.
worth league, 7 Ifi p mi.; public nrv
!, S u. ,tn , Imok icvtow, "I'tiihp
Yoikley, it Siory of Tmluy "
H .IohlltOII, tlllIIOpiut(ll' Of till' In Id;
bun, wa Kicked on tliu led ill in by
a Inn u Monday, and tho blow, whdo
not doirg unj puriii'iiliif iiij.iry to ilint
aim, knocked Mr. .1'ihiistnii down. In
filling he dislocated his right aim.
At the Congiegallonnl church Sun
day the pastor will begin a scrim of
sermons on "Fundamentals"; morning
theme, ' Tlio Necessity for the I'ltin of
Salvation", evening thonie, "Sin; Its
Nature, Results and Forgiveness."
Christian Endeavor mooting at 7 p. in
Sot vice nl Indian Creek nl IS .30 p. in.
Tim Argus was not tlio only newspa
per upon which the juror wero (plus
tinned. Tuoso who woro questional
as to tlio story of tho preliminary trial
in Hint paper, as n rule, oithor fnilod to
r member tho sinteinonts mado or
woro unable to form nn intelligent
opinion from thorn. Tin: Ciiikk costs
no more than soma loss rcliublo papers.
The hint is that you come
here before the nice, new
patterns and shades of this
year's wall paper are sold.
We bought our paper to
sell, and with the handsome
stock we offer and our ex
tremely low prices we are
Better come soon.
Chas. L. Cottin,
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,
Phono !)3. Rni) Cloud.
3 3 Agacin Open! 3 3
Got ono of thoso 2T)0 whips
by gotting scoro of 12.
Two cash prizes ouch wook.
P. LUDLOW, Manager.
against Plro, Lightning, Cy
clonos nml Windstorms, soo
JNO. B. STANSER,
nRont for tho Farmers Union Insur
nnco Co., Lincoln, Nob,, tho best in
surance company iu tho stato.
Stock saddles at Joo Fogel's.
Try that calf menl at Caldwell's.
Mrs. G. M. Castor is down from Kiv
erton. Couucilmaa Frame is nblo to ho out
Boyd Smith has roturued home from
Mr. and Mrs. Corwin are up from
Alfred and Goo. Hadoll wero in St.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. LaRuo
Sunday, a boy.
Mrs. E M Crono wont to Nolsou tho
tiist of the week.
Hernard McNeny was in Lincoln tho
lir.u of tho week.
Otto 1'opo was down from Lincoln
the first of tho wook.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Man
speaker Thursday, a boy.
Seo Joo Fogel for anything iu tlio
harness or saddloiy lino.
M.S Munh left Sunday for Iowa,
for a two or three weeks visit.
(till wanted at the Hon Ton, $.'! per
week. W. S Beuse, Proprietor.
J W Cochran bus hi on visiting with
Mr IC Koss and family this week.
Pi. Moirison and wife leave Sunday
morning for a week's Atay iu Onntlut.
Mrs. b 15 Giiblii has relumed fioin
Oklnhoma whete she spent the winter.
Mis. G i m:u Wile, and son of Orle.wis
are vi-.ittii with L. II Fori and fiunily.
M 1). Scott of Cowles lias taken a
position in Will Wolfe's blacksmith
Mis. R. S. Prouillit and Mr. Snbin
wero up from Guide Rock tho first of
Miss Rornico MiRby left Motiday
mnrniug fur her home in Dead wood,
Rov C Filz and wife left Sunday for
Boulder, Colo , where thoy have gone
for Mrs. Fitz's health.
Tho infant child of Postmaster Car
pentor of Iuavale was buried in Red
Cloud this afternoon.
Come in and soo tho nowost band
painted shirt-waist buttons and
brooches. Nowhouso Uros.
L)r. Chas. K. Moranville ani wlfo
have returned home fioui California,
wliero thoy have boon for several
Tuesday morning Miss Gertrude
Coon auit Miss Grace Murphy handed
iu their resignations to the school
Must Hk Sold My traction onglno
and now separator, used ono season.
Will bo sold at ii sacritico price C. D.
Preaching at tho Christian church by
the pastor. Morning theme, "Christ,
tho Churah Goer"; evening thonie,
Lioutonant Ralph Popo, U. S. N.,
stopped off in Rod Cloud tho lirst of
tho wook for a visit with relatives, Ho
U on his way from San Francisco to
To Whom It May Concern:
Tho fiim of Heckwith, Wescott &
Sloroy is this day die solved by mutual
consont, S. Heckwith and C. E Wescott
retiring and Paul St'iroy succeeding to
tho business and assuming all indebt
edness of said firm, and to whom nil
credits and bills of account shuold bo
C E. Wkscott.
Red Cloud, Neb , May 0, 1004.
We have them in near
ly an jf 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.
0. . Case Is Dead.
O. C C ise, for many jours one of
the most prominent attorneys and
Democratic politicians in this pat I of
Nebraska, died at his homo in tills city
Inst niifht. Mi. Case has been an in
valid for twenty years, and for tho
past twelve yeats has been almost con
tinually conliiied to his bed with iheti
lualism Mr. C'no was horn in Rochester,
N. V., Iu 13.V.J. Coming west when a
young niiui ho located in Iowa. In
187(1 ho graduated from tho lav school
of tho University of lown, following
which lie pi noticed law for thieo years
at Le M us, la He c.niuo to Red Cloud
in 187U, and iu 1831 formed a law pint
nership wild James Mv'Nony, which
was continued for many jears.
About 11 jeais ago ho was man led
lo Miss Eva J. King, who was then a
teacher in tlio pntilic schools and is
now city Mipeiinteudenl.
The fimciiil i, t vices will be held tit
ihe late home i f Ah Case Sumliiy uft-
A spring tome that cleans and ptiii
li'M Hid iili-oi Ii- all the nloti lloin the
ltetn. Ib-iiMei's Rocky Mountain
te i ulil n. ake you well at d keep you
well all summer. Jt.'i eeiiti. Ten ot
I'ib'eis C L C tiling
Wedncsd.ij evening at S o'clock, at
the heme of Mr. and Mm. Alfred Mo
Cill, ocean ed the miiiriagn if their
daughter Mildicd A. to Willlmn II.
Nun is, in the piesenco of about seven
ty live invited guests. R-v. K. L.
Ilutchiiis pel foi mul tlio ceremony, tho
ling sei vice being used. Miss Jo-do
Norris acted 't bridesmaid, Mr. Cecil
McCall as groonisinan and Mies Lu
cille Grico as ring girl. A wedding
supper was served after tho ceroinotij
Tho young couple nro among tliu best
known and most popular young people
in Wobster county, whoro both have
resided practically all their lives. They
will make their homo at the 1). G, Nor
ris fai in, south of Inavalo.
Man and Wife Wantkii Man to do
chore work, woman to cook. Young
couple without children preferred.
Good references required. Apply
at Stai ko Bros.' ranch, Amboy.
A Business Change.
Last week tho ilim of Rock with,
Wescott & Storey was dissolved bj
mutual consent, Paul Storey having
purchased tho interests of Ids associ
ates and being now sole proprietor.
Mr. Storey lias lived in Red Cloud
since boyhood, anil has been In tho
clothing business in tills city for sev
eral years, lirst as u partner in tho
firm of Galus. n, Wescott & Storey and
later in tho firm of Heckwith, Wescott
& Sloroy. His many friends will ho
pleased to hear of his six ces, and wo
wish him continued prosperity.
Stops more pain, relievos more suf
fering, prevents mnro heart aches and
diseases than any other remedy.
That is what Hollistor's R-icky Mottn
Tea will do. 33 cents in tea or tablet
form. C. L. Cutting.
GOOD FUTURE!) PRICES
When a man comes into our store
to price our goods, no matter how
cranky he is when he comes in he
gets good natured at once.
The goods and the prices please
him and it pleases us to please our
trade, so it's a good natured propo
sition all around.
Good wool clothing is cheaper this
season than ever.
$5.00, $G.50, $7.50, $8.50,
$9.00 and $10.00
for business, and $10, $12, $13, $id, to
$22 for d tossy occasions.
Stylish headquarters for Hats,
Shoes and Furnishings of all kinds.
We are here lo please, you, ami can do It.
The GomdeiMfaley Clothing Go.
One Price Clothiers,
First door north of Postofflce, Red Cloud, Nebraska
Do you know that, it will pay YOU, as
well us US, to buy your liullillttg Ma
terial ami Coal at ouryurdsT Not only
that our prices avehaok lower, or nt
leant 11s low, as thoso of our competit
or but iikoau.sk wo luko ospoolul euro
of mill protect all can bo uhissod as
U R G U L A II C U S T O M B It S .
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PL ATT tf
Third quarterly meeting, Inavalo and
Ash Creek, will bo bind at Loan Tree
school house May 'J2 at H o'clok. Pre
siding Rider Pearson will preach and
administer thosacramout of tho Lord's
Supper. Quarterly conference will bo
held two weeks later.
W T TAti.ou, Pastor.
TRADERS LUMBER CO.
DEALER ' IN
Lumber and Coal,
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
Millet Seed for Sale.
I have anotit 100 bushels of millet
seed for stile, either white or red, at
jtlll 1 D (J WlilTAKKIt.
We Are It.
Hardware Co. '
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our Cqunty Reporters
Pearl P.ipn was cailiug on Mrs. Mnyo
Ailes last Monday.
A. J. White put his cattle in pasture
Clarence and Cora Keed wero visit
ing with N. L. I). Smith last Monday.
Mr. Joseph Ailes is on the road to
Mrs. Whito and Mrs. Amuck were in
east pun of the township last Tuesday,
Mrs. West, from Kansas, who was
culled hero on account of the death of
her nophow Mr, James McNutt, ie
turned homo lust Saturday.
Morion Smith, while in tho field
listing, lust Tuosduy,;coiiii tod ;i0 other
loams ull iu dillerout Holds engaged in
Otiarlos Ailes and family went to
Red Cloud lint M indtiy to moot Lieu
tonlunt llulph Popo. He was on his
way from San Francisco to Italy, und
I made 11 short atopjwlth his.Jptirents in
Work is progressing on tne tolephnno
system, the lino to tho northwest being
in operation, tho one running euat
about ready and work going tihoud on
tho town linos.
Dr. N. II. Morrison und wife leavo
for Omaha Sunday morning to attend
the annual mission of the Nebraska
State Wontiil society, which convenes
in Omaha next week, consequently ho
will not bo able to keep his regular ap
pointments in Guide Kock.
W.II Riwjerlost 11 horso recently
Fied 'figler of Mitidin is puttiig in
a general stoiu in K. J. . Monro's btiuK
I. H Colvin reports the sale of s2 nwl
2!) a 0.
Vt auk Nelson of Ued Cloud has se
emed the job of laying some biick
Tho union Sunday school convention
hero ibis week wan a success.
No preaching on Sunday on account
of the rain on Satuiday. I
Messrs. Ilotightaling and Divis aro
tho only farmers through listing as yot.l
Now thoy are busy, Davis is damming!
his farm to keep it whoro it belongs
and llougtaling is hauling feed from
Mr. Shannon and Jaughtorfl spoilt
Sunday with A. D. McMurray of Sher
wood nnd calling on Mrs. Collins, an
old friend. Ho tried to get homo a littlo
earlier than usual, us ho lost his way
tho night before and fell over 11 hank
while the initio kept tho road nnd
reached home come time before tho
Tho farmers tako advantago ot tho
dry spoils between showers to tako in
tho Barker trial nt Hod Cloud butcomo
back at night rather blue, as nothing
had been done.
I. W. Hnughtaling sold a small whito
and a smaller black sow on Monday to
Mr. Cutter, tho high buyer. Thoy
weighed 875 pounds.
When you tiro hungry and
want homethig nice in tlio
meal Hue, drop Into my
market. jfl have tho nicest
mid moats, fish, mid gamo
iu Reason. I think, and
almost, know, Hint r can
plonso you. Givo ino a
W. i. KOON,
ROBINSON ,fe BUKDEN.
Are You Using Allen's Foot-Ease?
Shako into your shoos Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder, it cures corns, bun
ions, painful, smarting, hot, swollen
foot, At all druggists and uhoestorcs,
11IIKUMATI8M CUKKl) IN A DAY.
Mrttlc Curo for Illicamntlxm and Neuralgia
radically ciuch Iu 1 to 4 days. Its action upon
tlio B)tem Ii remarkable) and mysterious. It
removes at onco tliu causu and tbe dlscaso Im
mediately disappears. Tho tlmt doto greatly
benefit. 76 cents and 11,00. Sold by II, E.
Onco, Drug-gist, Hod Cloud,
As 1 havo purchnsod tlio Harritur-
ton Meat Markot, I cxpoct to make
homo chungos toTIboaollt tho na
trons. First of "nil, clean up; good
moats, good weights nnd fair treat
niont, nnd I heartily solicit your
trado. I do uot nskj for nil of It,
but Invito you to como In nnd get
apquaintod, and wo will do tho rest.
Also oxtond an invitntlon to brine
In your Eggs, Buttor.j Chickens,
Hluos, Furs und FutJStook, for
wmoii wo will pay you cash.
Wo do not run u grocery store,
but will endeavor to grim n first
class uinrkot botiso. Call und ulvo
uu nt least ono trial.
Yours for business,
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