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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1904)
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Women Like Miliars
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 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.
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. Cotting,
of Frcoport. 111., and the
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster County.
Look up your policy
and see me.
O. C. TEEL,
Phono 08. Red Cloud.
3 3 AgeJn Open? 3 3
Got ouo of thoso 25o whips
by gottlng ii score of 12.
Two cash jji lzes ouch weok.
L. IIERBIRGER, Proprietor.
P. LUDLOW, Manager.
,v nguinst Firo, Lightning, Cy
( clones and Windstorms, sco
JNO. B. STANSER,
ngout for tho Farmers Union Insur
ance Co,, Lincoln, Neb., tho best iu
surauco company in tho stato.
Stock saddles at Joe Fogol's.
lloyd Smith is visiting in Lincoln.
Mi's Nolle Neshitt is on the sick list.
Dr. Crcighton was in Lincoln this
Hud McCuno spent Sunday with his
Usual services at Christian church
Mrs. Rich was up from Guido Rock
Mr. Simons was down from Inavalo
Tlio Hawk-Eye shooting gallery has
II. J. Clark is suffering with an at
tick of measles.
Miss Alice I'opo is ill and unable to
tench her school.
Horn, Satuiday, to Dr. and Mrs. E.
A. Thomas, a girl.
Mis. Adolph Heydo arrived from
The soldiers monument is completed
and placed in position.
See Joo Fogel for unything in tho
harness or saddlery line.
Miss Heulah Hurman has been qulto
ill at her home iu Inavalo.
Horn, to Mr. aud Mrs. D. W. Aycrr,
Sunday morning, a daughter.
Girl wanted at the Hon Ton, 83 per
week. W. S. House, 1'ropriotor.
Hadloy will paint anything from (a
back door to a piano; 82 per day.
Mrs. J. II. Bailey returned Tuesday
for a visit with W. D. Aye is and family.
Mrs. Robinson of Hastings, mother
ot C. D. Robinson, is tho guost of her
Charley Ludlow is homo from Hast
ings, whoro ho has boon working iu a
Tho building ocoupiod by J. O. Lin
dloy has boon connected with tho city
MissJonnio Cotting will visit hor
grandmother in Milton, Wii., as soon
as school closos.
Miss Reed, who has boon teaching at
inavalo, lias boon oloctod principal of
tho Orleans high school.
Hon. Chas. Huntor of Inavalo loft
Thursday for a trip to Seattle, Wash.,
aud other I'aeilio coast points.
Come iu and soo tho nowost hand
paiutcd shirt-waist buttons and
brooches. Nowhouso Hros.
!!, K. Don Carlos of Lawrenco, Kan.,
geuoral president ot the Fraternal Aid,
will ho present at the meeting tonight.
About thirty delegates and visitors
from Red Cloud and vicinity attended
the republican stato convention this
Sorvices at M. E. church Sunday
morning, preaching at 11 a, in. Even
ing subject -'Philip Yoakloy"u story of
Rev. E. L. Hutchins has been invited
by the G. A. R. to deliver tho Memorial
Sunday sermon at tho M. E, church
Must He Sold ily.traction ongino
and now separator, ii.scd out' season.
Will Im .sold at a saeiitlee price. U. 1).
Tickets for the rlass play and gradti-'
ating enoioiM'.s to be given next week!
at the Woodman hall, will be on saloi
at (Slice's ding Moti
An ff.ii't is being made to tevive in
tetest iu the local connection with the
rural telephone lines. It is time some
tiling was done in the matter.
D.in Garber, who has been with the
Fullmer Land company at Nelson for
soveral years, will open a real estate
ollli'e at Superior in the near future.
Mbs Dewey, a stntl correspondent of
the Oiiiaha D.uly News, is here tins
week to get material for a Sunday
in igii'ino aitllee on the Marker cum.
Editors H-iln anil Tail ami their
wives ato in St Lo'iis thi week, tttk
ing in the H orld'. 1'iess Conre and
incldenially viewing the sights at Hie
Man and Wins Vanti: Man to
work and woman to cook. Young
couple without children preferred.
Good reforencos required. Apply
at Starko Hros. ranch, Ainboy.
Simon Von Hoening of Roscmont
called at Tub Ciiikk oillee Tnurstlay
and planked down a dollar for a year's
subscription. Ho says ciops are look
ing fine in his section of tho county.
An erroneous report was circulated
Thursday that Frank Williams, a bridge
carpenter, had died from an operation
for appendicitis. Ho was alive this
morning, though in a very precarious
Tho H. & M. has installed lignito coal
burning engines on trains Nos. 03 nnd
04, between McCook and Red Cloud.
Theso engines aro known among rail
road men by tho ouphonious name of
A spring tonio that cleans and puri
nes and absorbs all tho poison from tho
system. Hollistor's Rocky Mountain
tea will mako you well and keep you
well all summer. 3!j cents. Tea or
tab'cts C. L. Cotting.
At tho Congregntional church on
Sunday the pastor will continuo tho
series of sermons on "Fundamentals."
Morning theme, "Tho Deity of Jesus."
Evening l homo. "Tho Ofllco of tho
Holy Spirit." Christian Endeavor at 7
p. m. A cordial wolomo extended to
Tho McCook baseball toamcanoollod
their datoat Red Cloud last wee, and
gatnos wero arranged with tho Orleans
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.
boys. Two very uninteresting games
weie plaji'd, the attendance at ho'h
being small. Tlie Orleans hoys claimed
that they weio not i rented fairly Iu tl o
mutter t f their expensm, having to
wait until Saturday morning befoio
they could get a .settlement
In Memory of Q. C. Case
Tho funeral of O. C C.iso was held
Sunday afternoon from his Into resi
dence and was vety largely attended.
Saturday afternoon at the court
house, just pi ior to the hour set for
.senteni lug Frank Marker, thu Webster
County Mar association held u short
meeting in memory of (he deceased at
ornev. Meriiard MeNcny, J. M
ChiilHiinnd .'. W Kalej, all of whom
had known Mr. Uase intimately for
year., dcliveiid Mmrt and touching
addresses hearing upon tho life and
legal services of their deceased brother
Judge Adams, while not so Intimate
ly iu'iiiainted with Mi. Cise, made a
splendid talk, in which he took occas
ion to defend attorneys iu general,
praising them fur their many good
qualities and excusing their conipar
lively few faults. He spoku of the
largo number of fi lends whom ho had
always noticed calling upon Mr. Case
whenever he himself had occasion to
go to the home. In concluding his ad
dress ho paid a touching tribute to thu
foitiludoiind patience of Mrs. Cise,
wiio had been her husband's constant
companion and loyal hrlpineut dining
his many yeiuv of suffering, and ex
tended Ids heartfelt sympathy to her
in her hour of bereavement.
Tho liar association adopted the fol
May it Please Your Honor:
Your committee to whom was assign
od tho sad duty of preparing and pre
senting resolutions to thu memory of
Hon. O. C. Case, deceased, beg leave to
submit tho following:
Resolved, That tho bar of this county
unite in expressing deep regret on ac
count of tho death of Hon. O. C. Case.
Resolved, That in his death tho pro
fession has lost one of its most learned
members; ono who was distinguished
for his unswerving loyalty to his clients,
to his homo and to his friends.
Resolved, That while his great ability
as a lawyer placed him in tho foremost
rank of his profession, yet he manifest
ed in nil tho walks ot life n siniollclty
of character that ondoared him to his
Resolved, That while in the wisdom
of tho Supremo Judge of tho Universe
lie has fcoeu tit to call our departed
brother from tho Irwer courts to that
higher court from whence no appoal
can do taken, and whilo wo bow sub
missively, wo aro never tho less deeply
Resolved, That wo dcploro his death
and mourn tho loss wo sustain aud for
tho benefit of the profession wo call to
mind his simple modesty, his untiring
industry, his brundand literal culture.
J M ClIIFPIN,
C W. KAI.BY,
Rid Cloud, May 11. Committee
GOOD NATURES) 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 naturetl at once.
The goods and the prices' please
him and it pleases us to please our
trade, so it's a good naturetl 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 5io, $12, $13, $14 to
$22 for dressy occasions..
Stylish headquarters for Hats,
Shoes and Furnishings of all kinds.
Wc arc here to please you, and can do It.
The Goutden-Kaley Clothing Go.
One Price Clothiers,
First door north of Postofflce, Red Cloud, Nebraska
1 if iillll r
Do you know that It will pay YOU. as
well as US, to buy your Htilliling Ma
teriul ami Coal at ouryards? Not only
that our prices aveiiacik lower, or at
least as low, us thoso of our competit
ors, but degauss wo tako especial euro
of and protect nil can bo classed us
It K (J U L A 11 CUSTOMERS.
TRADERS LUMBER CO,
Lumber and Goal,
BUILDING MATERIAL, ETC.
Do you need 111010 blood and more
llesh, do you need more strength tins
spring? Hollister's Ricky Mountain
Tea will tiring them all If it fails your
money back. .15 cent1. Tea or tablet,
form. C. L. Cutting.
George Gibbons Dead.
tioorgo Gibbons, ami old ami respect
ed cit'.nn of tho 'cstorn p.'iit of this
county, died Monday at the home of
II. II. Simons, at Iuavale. Funeral ser
vices were belli yesterday afternoon at
the Inavale M. K. church, conducted
by Rev. W. T. Taylor, and tho remains
wero laid to rest iu tho cemetery at tho
school house in district 41.
Mr. Gibbons was born in Pennsyl
vania iu 1832. He was a vortoran of
tho civil war, having served in com
pany C, Fourth Illinois cavalry, and
members of the G. A. R. from this city
aud Inavalo had chargo of tho funeral
services. Mr. Gibbons camo to Ne
braska moro than thirty years ago and
located on u homestead on Farmers
crook, about three milos from Iuavale.
For tho past year ho has made his homo
with H. D. Simons. Mr. Gibbons' wifo
died befoio tho breaking out of tho
civil war, and when ho was discharged
from thogovormont service ho was tin.
able to gain trace of his infant son,
and lias remained in ignorance of his
whereabouts since that timo. A sister
who resides in Erie, Pa., arrived yester
day and was present at tiie funeral.
Mr. Gibbons was a quiet, unasuiii
ing man and was well thought of by till
who know him.
Mrs. Dorcas A. Mrnwnell, a sister of
tho Into William Dickson, aged 70 years,
died at tho Hastings asylum last Thurs
day and was buried in Red Cloud Sun-
1 da j", services being conducted by Rov.
, Rico of the Congregational church, at
& p m., from thu homo of;Mrs. S. C.
Dioksdn. Mrs. Urownell had been an
inmate of tho Il.istings institution for
about tittoQii years, prior to which timo
she had lived in Rod Cloud with her
, brother. Shu leaves one sou, L. Urow
nell, of Valentino, Neb., who was pro
sent at hor funeral. Mrs, Curtis, a
niece, and a nephew whose name wo
' could not learn, both from 1'lainvolw,
Nob., wore also present at tho funeral.
At 8:110 o'clock Sunday morning, at
thu homo ot Mr. ami Mrs. A. C. Hos
mer, parents of the bride, occurred tlie(
nun i mire of Miss Ethel Hosnior to Mr. ,
Charles Whituker, son of 1). It. Whila
ker. The ceiemony was solemnized in
i he presence of only tho immediate
rolativoi. of tho brido and groom, Rev.
K L. llutohins, pastor of the M. E.
church, olllciating. Following tint
ceremony a cplondid wedding break
faHt was served to tho very limited
number of guests present. Tho newly
wedded couple wero the recipients of a
large number of cosily and useful pre
seuiH. Mr. and Mrs. Whitaker loft
Sunday morning for a visit with rela
tives iu Missouri and Illinois', and will
visit tho World's Fair before returning
hoina Ihoy expect to bo at homo in
about throo weeks. Tho brido is tho
only daughter of Mr. A. C. Hosmor,
editor of tho Commercial Advertiser,
and has lived in Red Cloud since hor
infaucy. Mr. Whitaker is a well known
and prosperous young f urmor and stock
raiser, and has boon a resident of this
vicinity for about four years. Thk
Ciiikk joins tho mauy friends of tho
young couplo in oxtonding congratula
Married, at tho homo of tho brides'
parents in Inavale, Miss Daisy Hunter
aud Harry CiouJ both of Inavalo. Tho
wedding whs a surpriso to tho many
friends of tho young couplo. Will givo
I artioulars next week.
Stops moro pain, relieves moro suf
fering, prevents moro heart aches and
diseases than any other remedy.
That is what Hollistor's Rocky Mottn
Tea will do. 35 cents in tea or tablet
form. C. L. Cotting.
Wlion you tiro hungry nnd
want Nomethlg nice iu tho
uient linn, drop into my
markot. jjKl have tho nicest
and moats, fish, nnd game
iu season. I think, and
almost know, thut I can
pleaso you. Glvo mo u
W. I. KOON,
ROBINSON & BURDEN.
Arc You Islni Allen's Foot-Ease?
Su.iko into your shoos Allen'sj Foot
E.iso, n powder. It cures ;corns,; bun
ions, painful, smarting, hot, swollen
feet. At all druggists and Jshootorts,
U'IKU.MATISM CUIIKI) IN A DAY,
Myrtle Cure fur HlicnmatUin mid Neuralgia
radically curcn In 1 to 3iluyu. Its action upon
lliu nyntcra la remarkable and myttcrlotu. It
removes ill onco tlio cauiso ami ttie dUcato Im
mediately disappear!. Thu tint doto greatly
bonotltif. 76 cent, and 11,03. bold by U. ,
Once, Druggist, Itt'd Cloud.
As 1 Imvo purchased tho Harring
ton Meat Markot, I expect to mako
somo changes tojbenoflt tho pa
trons. First ofnll, clean up; good
moats, good wolghts and fair treat
ment, mid I honrtlly solicit your
trade. I do not usk.) for all of It,
but Invito you lo cotno in nnd got
ncquiiintod, und wo will do tho.rost.
Also extend an invitation to bring
In your Eggs, Buttor.1 Chickens,
Hides, Furs and Fut Stock, for
wiilch wo will pay you cash.
Wo do not run u grocery store,
but will ondeavor to'Jruu a llrst
class markot house Call and glvo
tin ut least ouo trial.
Yours for business,
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