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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 24, 1904)
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Women Like Tubulars
plicity of the
praises the sim-
A. i C
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
show you the many good points
a SHARPLESS TUBULAR.
Light harness at Jog Fogcl's.
Try that calf meal at Caldwell's.
L L Boron is down from Aluia.
W. W. Wright cauio in Wednesday
Ladies giuzo union suits at F. New
Sam Toniplo returued from Omaha
Fred Gund was down from Blue Hill
Ed Oillard was down from Naponeo
Charley Port was in town the first of
Buy your Sunday cooking at tho
Fresh pies for Saturday dinner at tho
Rob MoBride was in town tho first
of the week.
J. S. White left Tuesday for a trip
Dr. Gardiner of Wymoro was in tho
Mrs. U G Knight wa down from
Gus Clack was in town tho latter
part of last week.
The county clerk's oflico will closo at
10 o'clock tin 4th.
B)rn, Friday last, to Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Collins, asm.
C irriago painting, 3 to 810; day work
32 00. P. I. Hadloy.
If you want tho boat and cheapest
harness, go to Fogel's.
See Joo Fogul for unythiug in tho
liarnoss or saddlery lino.
Iloher CI nigh was down from Mo
Cook the first of tho weok.
Miss Gtaco Anderson is vory ill with
A homo t ilent muslcalo will bo givon
at tho M E church tonight.
Miss Bussio Marsh left Wednesday
fur a visit with relatives in Iowa.
Miss Jennie Cotting loft Wednesday
for an cxtondod visit iu Wisconsin.
Wanted M in and wifo to work
on farm. Inquiru at this olllco.
Don't forgot that tho place to got
gauze union smia Is at F. Nowhouse's.
For Silo A 1903 model Rugby
bioyelp, cheap. Inquire at this ollko.
Laces and embrotdories in largest
varieties aud lowest prices. P. Now
liouso. Mr. and Mrs. Josoph Ollingor of
Fa-ila, Kun , aro visiting with A. T.
J. D Mines, Internal rovonuo collect
or, was In town the first of the weok on
f F. Nowhouso has all shades and
colors of silk finish cotton. Full 100
Clarenco Steon, tho popular haso ball
player, was In town this week, visiting
bis best girl.
At tho pantry salo you can buy
liiad, meat, pies, cake, cookies, salads
aro dutch cheese.
Miss Erma L'.ndley camo down from
Riverton Piiday for a visit with Mr.
and Mrs M. A. Albright.
Mrs. Dow arrived from Ohio tho
latter part of last week for a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Bort Kaloy.
Tho Red Cloud band will furnish tho
music for the Fourth of July celebra
tion at Cowles this year.
You can got at F. Nuwhouse, 12 yards
of lace for 10j. Some stores charge
you loi for the sa me thing,
Ben McFarland, Paul Pope. Fred
Templo and Frank Peterson went to
Denver Sunday on a pleasuro trip
R, T. Potter, Bernard McNeny and
Chas. R. Besso returned the first of the
weok from a trip through Oklahoma.
Postmaster Hacker received an order
from Washington this week giving tho
rural route carriers a full holiday on
Mrs. G. H. Hollistor returned from
Lincoln, Monday morning, where she
has been visiting Mr. Hollistor's
Dr and Mrs. R P. Croigbtm loft
Wednesday for a visit iu Canada. They
will tako in tho World's fair before re
turning. Tho work of the board of equaliza
tion is progressing slowly and it will
bi several days beforo their work is
J. W.Tul'ovs, of tho auditor's office,
returned to Lincoln Monday noon after
a short visit with bis mother, Mrs. J.
Wal. Sherwood, wife and two child
ren left Wednesday morning for St.
Louis to spend a week or ten days at
the big fair.
Chas. Drain, who lias been down in
tho east part of tho stato for thrco or
four months, returned homo Wednes
Klmor Crono has serious intentions
of becoming a railroad man, and this
weok is picking up pointers in the local
B & M yards.
City Marshal Dodgo of Wymoro was
in town Saturday looking for a
suspected forger. When bo arrived
the bird bud fl wn.
Rov. M P. Dixon, former pastor of
tho M. E. church in this city now
located at Trumbull, was in tho city
tho first of tho week.
Jim Cither wont to Lincoln tho lat
ter part of last week for tho purposnof
Having an oporanon performed upon
an abcess in his car.
Mrs. L M. Vanco and Paul Phares
arrived homo from Lincoln Wednesday
evening with Mrs. Phares, who is vory
much improved in health.
Miss Cora Tulleys left for Lincoln
Snuday morning, whoro she will spend
the balance of tho summer with her
sister, Mrs. II. L. Davison.
Romcmbor that Nowhouso Bros,
havo that lino of hand painted shirt
waist sots at prices from 1G per cent to
25 por cent lower than others.
Into each lifo some ruins must fall,
Viso people don't sit down and bawl;
univ tools suiciuo or tnxo to lltgnt,
Smart people tako Rocky Mountain
Toa at night. O. L Cotting.
Attorney Sutherland of Nelson, ac
companied by his daughter, was in
town again this week looking up evi
dence for tho defenso in tho Feasol
At tho Ciugiegational chinch Si n
dnj niunlng, the pastor will speak
upon the subject, "Excuses." Even
ing service at S o'o uck. Kverjone
Al (iiilushn ami sn A lair left Sun
day timming for C.tlcago to take In
tho Rxpul) lean national convention.
They will attend tho world's fair In
fore returning home.
Geoigo lluaton returned ftom St.
Louis Sunday, lie was accompanied
by a brother, J. II. lb-aton, from
Pennsylvania, whom ho bad not seen
for thitly S'ven years.
Everlon, II iward aud Glenn Foe arc
ill with typhoid fever at their home in
tills city. While they are very sick, no
complications havo as yet set in, and it
is hoped they will all recover.
Mrs Louis Ernest, Evansville. hid.
Hollistei's "Rocky Mountain Tea Is
splendid Makes sick people well.
Cured in" after others failed " Ten or
tablet form 515 cents. C. L. C iltiiig.
Constipation causes two-thirds of all
slfkness in tho world. Why sillier
when llollistei'.s Rocky M iiintiiln Tea
will in ike you w.dl and keep you well Y
.15 cents Tea or tablet form. C. L
M'. G. W. Francis entertained for
Dr. E S Reed and wife last Satin day
evening, who rut timed to their home In
Chicago the first of the week after an
extended visit with friends and icla
lives in Red C oud.
E J Ouilngnnd L. P. Albright at
iKiuli'il the Mute Similar school con
veulhn at Guind I-lind. Mr O wr
ing occupiul thoMipeiiutendont's . our
witli nn address replete with new
ideas and suggestions.
Misses Alice and Ella R"insl)org camo
home Tuesday to spend their vacation
with their parents. Miss Alico lias
been teaching in Trinidad and Miss
Ella iu Denver, Col. They will teach
in the saiuo places next year.
Hurt Dickey returned Tuesday morn
ing from Greenfield, Iowa, where ho
went to nttond tho funeral of W. S.
Shanklin, who w.is killed in tho Colo
rado dynamite outrage Mrs Dickey
will not bo homo until after the Fourth.
M. E. church services: Sundaysshoo
at 10 a. in ; sermon at 11 by tho Rev.
E M Evans, pastor of the Methodist
church at Hastings; evening service
begins nt 8 o'clock with a song service,
followed by nn address on "Mexico" by
We aro in receipt of a largo sectional
map of Gregory county, Smth D.ikoti,
aud tliu R Mcbud loservatlon, showing
tho lands .soon to bo opened to settle
ment. Anyone interested can procure
one from Win. Kearville, Boiiesteel,
S 1) , for HO cents.
Last Friday Sherlir M "Arthur ar
i ested two boys, named Jonns ui and
Dean, lespeetlvely, upon Information
from Nelson. Thoy wvto tutinwavs,
hiving followed the circus, nnd on
SaMirday the sherilT took them home.
Tney were about in badly seated n
hoys ever get.
Dr. Will Ward Nin tho city attending
the bedside of his parents, who havo
boon ill for sevoial months. Will Inn
jast graduated from a dental college,
uud will locate in Omaha. Ho will
tike up his college course ng.iln ami
finish with the M I). degree, along
with his piesunl 1) 1). S.
Seveinl prisons who are old enough
to know better were victims of the
".shell" g line at the circus grounds Inst
Friday I' seems temniknble thnt
people who i cad the newspapers, which
are con-tuntly filled with winnings
against ' ginf lei's", should bite al these
very transput cut games.
Ladies of this eity mid vieinitj who
are contemplating attending tli. St.
Louis Exposition this summer iiml wish
to do so al small cost hould wtito to
Page's Magazine, It ildngc, Nub,
which is now olleiing fiee transporta
tion and cu;.li prizo of $10 t ir securing
ub.seiiptions totlr.it magiiz ne Full
pnrtlculnis will be sent on application.
Shetlll Sl.e'burn came down doiii
Alum Sat in day and leturiud home
with Jake Klin, one of the burglars
held in the Hcd Cloud j til and who
played the infinity dodge on the
Italian eon 113 1 fiieials m smoothly
Ivilm was taken to Alma, wheie his
father, who lives in Illinois, met him
and put up a $J00 bond for his appear
ance at the next teim of comt.
Mrs Cora Edna Irwin, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Guthrie, foimerly
of this county, died at her home near
Munico, Oka., June 11, IPO I. nt the
ago of 23 years, 0 months and 21 days.
She was a native of Iowa, and came
with her parents to Jewell county,
Kansas, in 1SSI, removing to this
county iu 19!2, and from nolo to
Dowey county, Oklahoma, iu 1803,
whoioshowas married to Chas. 11,
Irwin ou March 13, 1001.
It may be scarce next
year. But first get a
6 ft. Step-ladder,
with shelf, for 95c
Fitters for 65c
Fruit Jar Caps,
per dozen 15c
Fruit Jar Rubbers,
per dozen 5c
Kettles 20c up
We have something new
and good, the
Saves time, labor and al
ways makes good bread.
Come in and see it.
Everything to keep cool, at moderate prices.
$4.50 to $10.
Straw Hals, 5c up.
Negligee Shirts, 50c to $1.50
Why sviffer with
Gomden-Kaley Clothing Go.,
One Price Clothiers,
First door north of Postofflce, Red Cloud, Neb.
THE GRIM REAPER.
Two Afted and Highly Respected Ladles
MRS. MAKY ALUMUIiT.
Mrs Mary Albright, aged 78 years, 2
mouths and (5 days, died Wednesday
night at half past 0, at tho home of her
daughter. Mrs. I. Frisbio, at Amboy.
Funeral sorvlces will be held this aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock from the Frisbio
homo nt Amboy, conducted by Rov. E.
L. Hutchlns of tho M. E church, and
interment will be iu the Rod Cloud
Mrs. Albright retained all of hor fac
ulties to to tho last, being nblo to roc
oguizo tho childron and grandchildren
who were at hor bedside when sho
passed away. Mrs Alhrlght wns a
lifelong Christian, and died firm in
tho boliof that sho would soon ho with
hor Heavonly Father.
Mary Stewart was born near Lowis
town, Pu., sovouty oight years ago. Sho
was married about fifty live years ago
to Petor Albright, who preceded her to
the great beyond about two years ago.
To this union six children wore born,
all of whom aro living. Tho children
are: Lowib P. Albright, Htowurt Al
bright, M. A. Albright aud Mrs. John
Garbor of Red Cloud, Mrs. I. Frisbio
of Amboy uud Mrs. Price of Lowis
Mrs. Albright was a pioneer of this
city, having como hero with hor hus
band iu 1878. Her dentil will bo sin
cerely mourned by all who knew hor.
JIUS. I.KWIS MlDKItLIN.
Mrs. Lowis Sodorlln. aired 80 years.
died Siiudny morning at her homo iu
Lino township. Her death was sud
den and entirely unexpected. When
death camo she was rending from tho
Uiblo to her nged husband Heart
failure was as tho cause of death.
Funeral sorvlces were hold Monday
! morning from tho family residence, nt
11 o'clock, Rov. Jonas Campbell of
North Uranch preaching the sermon
Tho remains woro laid to rest iu tho
Johanna Anderson was born iu Swo
llen, April 11, 1821, and was united iu
marriage iu Novoinbor, 1847. Sho camo
to America in 1872, her husband, hav
ing como to this country three years
earlior. Sho had been a resident of
I Lino township for twenty-two years,
and had boon a member of tho Lu
1 thorau church since childhood. Mrs.
Sodorlln was tho mother of six chil
drou, ilvo sons and a daughter. Throo
sons and a daughter, bosldes hor agod
husband, survive her.
She Wins a Fortune nnd He Finds a
Under a prettily festoned arch in the
parlor of Mr. and Mis J. A. Ayers Iu
thU city, last night, occurred the wed
ding of their daughter l'enrl Florence
f Hebron to Mr. Robort Fortune of
Red Cloud, Rev. R. A. Schell poiform-
ing tho eeremony most impressively.
After extending congratulations, the
thirty guests present were served a
choice repast of two con ses.
Misses Minnie Ayers and Iva Adams,
dressed in pink, attended the door, and
tho wedding was vory pretty through
out. Manv beautiful presents were
Considering that tho Fortune was
made in Pearls by Sohell and p raced
by Mother-of.Pearl, it was almost a
Tho young couplo havo grown from
childhood In Hebron, nnd havo hosts
of friends who wish them much happi
ness. They departed yesterday for Red
Cloud, vhero ''Hob" recontly purchas
ed and furnished a cozy homo for his
brido. Hebron Journal.
Tries to Poison Herself.
Mrs. Hutchiuson, ono of tho princi
pals in tho Fenzlo murder trial iu Nel
son, trlod to poison horsolf by eatlug
tho bonds oif about soventy-llvo
matches, but ouly succeeded iu mak
ing horsolf vory ill. Prompt action
by a physician brought hor around all
right again aud tho jailor will light
hor lamp now iustoad of furnishing
her with matchos.
Moray Klnft Injured.
Morey King, who .lives j ist across
tho lino in Smith county, Kiushb, wai
seriously injured Monday by being
kicked by a horso. Ho had g no to
tho pasturo in tho morning to nttond
to an injured foot of ono of his horses,
and while holding up tho injured foot
tho horso whirled and kicked him, ren-
doring him unconscious. Ho did not
como to dinner, and his wife became
alarmed and started out to search for
him. She found him lying uncon
scious where he bad fallen. Medical
aid was summoned, and at last reports
Mr. King was roported to bo doing
H. J. Clark Injured
Wnile making a test of some cream
Tuesday mirninz. Honry J. Clark
received a very serious injury. Tho
apparatus for testing tho cream, which
was charged with ncntic acid, exploded
and Mr. Clark was Si-voiely burned
about the faco and hands It was
fearnd for a timo that Mr. Clark's eye
sight would bo injured, but Dr. Raines,
who dressed tho wounds, said ho
thought Mr. Clark's eyesight would bo
List Sunday was observed by tho
A. O. U. . and M. W. A. lodges in a
joint memorial services tor tueir
deceased members. The lodges at
tended services in a body at tho Chris
tian church, whoro they listened to nn
appropriate address from tho Rov E.
C. Davis, following which sorvlces
were hold at the cometery and tho
graves of their departed members were
Gollmar's Show Comlnft
Gollmar Hros'. big nilroad show
proved to bo a lino attraction and drew
big crowds. Gollmar llros. do not
tolerate fakirs or swindlers with their
shows. Star, Peoria, III. Will exhibit
at Red Cloud Thursday, July 7.
Mrs. Ida Fry Insane
Mrs. Ida Fry, wifo of tho soction
f reman at Guide Rook, was adjudged
Whon you nro hungry nnd
want somothig nice in tho
meat line, drop into my
market. 1 havo tho nicest
mid moats, fish, and game
iu season. I think, and
almost know, that I can
please you. Give mo n
W. L. K00N,1
ROBINSON A BURDEN.
i J?J5D CLOUD
wenn i cv i
I ? ESTATE
I FARM LOANS
Some of tho finest farms nud f
city property iu Wobster Conn- J
ty, Nebraska, for salo Prlcos X
ranging from 815 to $!5 por ncro. C
J. P. HALE, )
C Rod Cloud, 'Nebraska. s
H. B. ASHBR,
Of the Kansas City Voter
iunry Collogo Ofiico at E.
Johnston's, the Brick Barn.
ALL CALLS PROMPTLYtfATTENDED
RED CLOUD, - - NEB.
At Blue Hill first Tuesday in each
ngniust Firo, Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, seo
JNO. B. STANSER,
agent for tho Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., the best in-
insane Tuesday morning aud was taken surauco company in tho s'-ito.
to Lincoln Wednesday morniug by
Tho very boat material for side-walks
Is Colorado Red Sandstone. Reduced
j prices (or 00 days. OrerlngBroa. &Co
Millet Seed for Sale.
I have about 100 bushols of millet
seed for sale, either white or red, at
Juo 1 D. G, Wiutakkk.
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