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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 5, 1904)
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Miner Bros. Miner Bros.
250 pieces 4 yard
remnants of Embroid
eries in Swisses, Mus
lin and Nainsook.
35c to 65c, special to
(On center table.)
Regular 50c grade,
white with black stripe,
lace stripes and fancy
colors. Special price,
Chair specials at
Two patterns heavy
nod seat, backs with
fancy pressed wood.
50 new iron beds, a
S3 to $6
il inch posts, some
with straight rod fill
ing, others with fancy
scroll fillings, all with
angle irons, enameled
with pink, greens, reds,
blue and blacks.
Intcrestintf Items GatUerca
by Our County R-oporters
Omar Wolf was marketing hogs last
Finnk Amack took a load of hogs to
nmkut on Monday.
Jasper Smith was at homo with his
parents last Sunday.
Bonnie Reed was viMting with his
grand parents last Sunday.
Morton Smith Is visiting today with
y bis Bister, Mrs Eflle Heed. .
Mis Clara Amnck was visiting with
her sister-ln-'aw, Mrs. Flora Aniack
Mrs Ella Kent brought lath from
town Tuesday with which to complete
her new house.
A now Republican voter made his
.1 A advont into ton last week. Ho is
V V shopping with Mr. Goorgo Amack at
Mrs Lizzie Wilson from California,
arrived here last Sunday. She was
called home by the serious lllntsa of
Interstate Reunion, Red Cloud, September 5th to lOth.
Natural color, 31 in.
wide, for shirt waist
etc., a hot weather ar
ticle, 25c yard
36 in. imported Silk
Pongee, the cloth of
fashion; regular $1.00;
Special values, 1 in.
to 3 in. wide,
(On center table.)
Sample line 5 dozen
ladies' collars, worth
35 to 50c. Special
25 and 30c
Imported China pre
mium dishes ate now
in. See the display in
our show window.
A berry set of 13
pieces to be given
away with cash and
or money back."
her mother? Mrs Miriu Wolf.
l'ho faithful of of the I'opulist paity,
met at tho Pope school house last
I'liosday, and noniiiimtod a ticket to
row up Salt creek in November.
(J W Biker and wifo, wore in (Juide
Guss Pimdt s'lipcil cittlo Sunday
ftoiu Guide Uock
Clias. Brubaker of Willow crook,
called heie Friday.
Mrs. Curt Blouch of Bluo Hill, was
visiting relatives here last week.
Mrs. Emrick was visiting her dau
ghter, Mrs. Cummingham last week.
Mrs, Ed Hasser was guest of her
daughter Mrs. John Holcomb, last
Mrs. Geo. Wilson and Miss Williams
returned to their homo at Vesta, Nob,,
Mrs. McUride of Red Cloud was
visiting here last week returned horn?
Mr. aud Mrs. Henry Dedriok of Red
Cloud, called at G. W. Bakers, Friday
Mist Laura Berk field and Miss Sum
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RED CLOUD, NEHHASKA. AUGUST 5 , 1SI0-I.
11101 halter of near Guide K
visitli'g tit C. Russets Sunday.
Rvisting oirs ato plenty.
Mrs. Paul Phares is visiting with
Mis. Tom Jone?, this week.
D. F Points, who had his If g broken
11 week ago, in able to sit up.
Mr. Frank Sutton of Minden, is visit
ing with his brother and nophows
A good inin Tuesday night, the con
ditions seem perfect for a big crop of
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Sieberts, unci
II. S. Holcomb visited nt John Buttons,
The farmers nro generally through
stacking their small grain. Several
have commenced plowing their w lit at
There are s miny bees that a num
ber of swaum arc storing honey be
tween the siding and wall in seveinl
lioiiiL's having gained access through
Itcv llveso preached in the grovo at
Mr. Wat thens at o'clock lust S.ibbath.
Preaching again in two weeks at 11
o'clock p. 111., and at school house No.
!J in tho evening.
J. L. Zjlgler will move to Guide
C. L Columbia bought two nico driv
ing horses, yesterday.
Hay Ky weui to Lincoln, witn It. S.
Proud th's car ot goods.
Carpenter Tompkins has been on the
h'ick list, but is out again.
Cbas. Smith and wife, was down
from Ited Cloud, Tuesday.
The Degree of Honor held a supper
nt tho Eiy building, Saturday evening.
U.S. l'rouuutii'd family moved to
Lincoln, Nob., and J. , A. Bueelv has
moved iuto their htuse.
The Guide Uock Telephone Co. now
have six rtuai lines iu operation and
will start another next week.
A. B. Newmeytr expects to go to
Kansas City, lor tnu.meut. K. M.
Paiki is assisting in tuo posloflice.
L. K Tait was down fioiu R?d
Ciuiiil, looking after tho imetcsts ot
ti. 0 Guulu Uock Signal, and made ar
rangements to have subscriptions,
iiewn items and job work, left, at I. 1J
('has. Bagloy came up from Supeiior
tao 111 si of 1 lio week, looking for u
man who hail stolen two watches and
jewelry al thai place. He found liib
limn and matted buck with him.
Mr. Moote is reported quiio ill.
Mis. Umtr Gugnon is reported on
iliu sick list.
Another nice rain visited this place
last Tuesday nigut.
Mi" Elsie Hutl'miui spout Sunday
with Miss Grace Heed,
O. U. Andiows, of Cimpbell was in
town one day this week.
Omar Gngnon left, Monday for Kan
sas to look after his fuim.
Fiank Burden and family moved to
the noith putt of town, Tuesday
R. C Chivaliir aud wife, c.f Cimp
bell who in the city, Wedwsday.
Jiiiiifs Loi'lcliail has pinchased the
Hi nut r pioperty, south of the track,
Mr James Williams loft, Wednesday
for a visit in the easiron paitof the
Mrs. Springer and Mrs. Searls visit
ed at the homo ot Mrs. Keshners, last
1). P. Kimbell and family, of Miss,
ouri, are visiting friends are relatives
at this place.
Ono of Vet Widdershelm's horses
was cut in tho wire fence so bad that
he had to kill it.
Fred Heed and family, spent Sunday
at tho homo of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Rood of this placo.
Wallace Kay came homo last Satur
day from Grand Island, to visit friend
and relatives, returning Tuesday.
Mr. Burkoy and family have moved
into the C I! S "iiip prup'iity, jus'
vacated by Ounr (.i-ignon, who m ived
into the H'.iruian piopeity.
Mts. Wilbridgo and daiight r to
tinned to Santa Ana, Cil., Mouthy
evening, after 1 wo weeks visit with
her brother, V. 11 Householder.
Mlsies Nellie Wil'lam, (Jertle Doiity
nnd Mrs Li lio Dnhbs wenl to Catn;-m-H,
last Saturday, and spurt Sunday
with Mrs. I) H.CIaik, sister of Miss
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TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of News Found in The
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
This Week V J
Hunk Moore is in Denver this week.
U. V. Shlrey went to Lincoln, Satur
Mr A. J. Welch has joined tho Red
Cloud cornet band.
Mr. Bradley of Iowa, is visiting Mr.
Kinsey and family.
There was 11 party at Noble Sand
fords Tuesday night,
Mr. Waterman is now duly installed
in tho lively business.
A. P. Lockhnrt has bought Mr.
Waterman's fm in, near this city.
T. J. Mosher sold his meat market
to Delforguo At Sellers, Thursday.
C. Wickwiro is threshing northwest
of town with his new Case Agitator.
J. Bnrr of Cowlc, purchased a Case
Agitator of A. A. Pope, last Saturday.
Howard Dieshly Is very happy over
tho arrival of an heir last Saturday.
Mrs. M. C. Jackson of Amboy, has
gone to Indiana for an extended visit.
Mr. David Lutz Intends to build a
brhk building, near the seating rink
Charley Piatt now toots through the
fSOtubn recently purchased by tho
The young folks had a very pleasant
picnic at H. B. Simon's farm, last
Hon. James Lnlid was in Red Cloud
Monday, looking after his candidacy
for congiess tor I his district.
The two eastern rows of pens of tho
B. & M. st.oekyuids have been taken
dowiuind moved to Has iugs.
Bert Cromwell has left for 11 nip
throuuh tho northwest with tiio vciw
of looking up u locution mid settling
down to business.
Hugh Stevenson was In the city this
week. He Is prominently mentioned
for float lepioiontutlvo from Webster
and Franklin counties
The horses which Mrs. Mi-Khmer,
who llvos In school district number It,
wits drhiug away and weio severly in
jmed. Mrs. MuKiuiicy escaped injury.
Tho second nine base ball outfit of
this city played n match gaino with
tho Guide Rock club, last Fiiday: Tho
score was 'i'J to 10 in favor of Red
Mrs. L. II. Foit, wife of our deputy
county clerk, and children an Ived in
Red Cloud, Friday. They 111 e now
comfoitably situated in Mr. Foiros
tor's houso on Seward St.
Dr. L. D Denny and wife will leavo
soon for Pekiu, China, to which placo
tho doctor has bon appointed, by
Bishop Wiley, pi esidentot the M. K.
Board of Missions, as physician of the
society at that place.
On last Sunday some five hundred
peoplo turned out to make a more
thorough senrch for tho lost child 011
Penny Creek, mention of which, with
full particulars, was iu lust week's
Ciiikf, but no trace was found of tho
missing child, v
Tho pulpits in tho Baptist and Rev
Harris churches were filled lust Sun
day, by out of towu minister-: At tho
Baptist church Rev. Brown of Chey
enne, Wyo , discoursed; Rev. B. T.
Bloomfleldof New York filled Rev.
On Wednesday about ono hundred
of our citizens held an old time basket
This pretty and service
able baby spoon made
in '.'Triple-plus" silver
tlio nrt nml finish of
holM n!hcr eostx, only
H Is a plcco of tho
which Is tho lipt, mot
eermnnilenl nnd mot I omit If ul silver-plated
Mute iiuulo In this country.
We h avc many other beau
tiful pieces and sets of Onei
da Community ware that
we would like you to see.
For Sale by Newhoise Bros.
picnic on tho south hank of tho river
just across the bridge All the delica
cies of tho season were spread upon
the festive board mid the way thoy
dlsapearod was surprising. Tho Red
Cloud baud was present aud gave tho
picnickers some excellent music. A
social hop at tho t.katiug rink ended
tho day'H festivities.
Tho following ofllcers were installed
in Charity lodge No. r.1, A. P. and M.
Rul Cloud, on Friday August 1st.:
W H Strohm.W. M.; J. R. Wilcox,
S. W ; Win. Letson, J. W.; W. N. Rich
ardson, Treasurer; J P. Baybu, secre
tary; Jas. Potter, S D.;W D. Forres
ter, J D.; M. B. MoNltt, S. 8.; Ira
Sleeper, J. S.; Win Parks, Tyler.
Crooked Creek J. C. Warner has
finished harvesting and threshing ..
Miss Etta Sauford and Arthur Howar
are attending Institute at. Red Cloud
.... Noble Sauford was quite sick last
week .. Rev. Hampton of the Franklin
academy, was gathering up. students
in this neighborhood.
Iuaviilc Mrs Kalskett of Iowa, Is
visiting with Mis Aruesim ...Theio
w 11 bo 11 basket meeting iu Joe Jono's
grove. Sunday... Tho McCiury Bios,
have traded their store building and
stock ot hardwaie, to Autliotiey Ami
son. for 11 tin m, south of the liver ..
rOrango Taylor and one of the belli s of
Red Cloud piisnd throiii'li Iiiavule,
Sunday .. Mr. AiwllKtono i-wiecUng
n house In In 'Milo to be occupiud by
his family when conip'ttod.
W aWa a
awawwaw mawwam aa
For the third
Standard for strength and purity. It
.makes the hot bread, hot biscuit,
1 cake and other pastry light, sweeti
land excellent in every quality
No other baking powder is
4tjust as good as Royal," either in
strength, purity or wholesomenessic
OVAL 1AKINO POWDER CO., MO WH.IIAM ST., NEW YOHK.
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flul.lo Houk Mrs. Hall and Miss
Gin her, of Iowa, uro visiting Abraham
Gurber mid family. ...A. J. Iluyes is
on 11 tour through Kansas,... The now
Occidental Hotel oponed Monday, with
Mr. nnd Mrs Crubb at tho holm....
Guide Rock baso ball nino defeated
tho Stillwator nine, Wodnesday, 20 t
18. . . .Red Cloud socoud nine dofoated
the Guldo Rock nine Friday, score 23
to 10; Rod Cloud's nine was composed
of tho following players: Jas. Blair, e;
Paul Pharos, p; M. A. Albright, 8 s;
Charley Garber, lb; Henry Ludlow, 2b;
Bert Brower, .lb; Lou Konnoy, If; Leo
Tinker, cf ; Charles Kaloy, rf.
Allen's Font-Ease, a powder. It cures
painful, smarting, nervous feet and in
growing nails, nnd instantly takos the
sting out of corns and bunions. Its the
greatest comfort uiscovery 01 the ago.
Allen's Foot-Easo makes tight or new
shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for
sweating, callous and hot, tired, ach
ing feet. Tiy it today Sold by all
diugglsis and shoe stores, 25c. Don't
accept and substitute Tiial packago
fiee- Address, Aliens S. Olnmtead, Lo
U y, K. V.
Children who aio delicate, feverish
and cioss will get immediate relief
Iroin Mntlirr (tinj'H Sweet Powders for
fbildicu Tney uliiansn the stomach,
-ict .hi the liver, iu tkiug a eickly child
si otgaud iHT.llhy. A certain euro
fi r wiiims. S ild by all ilruggNt, 'Jr3.
Simple free. Address, Allen S Olin
ft..l, L-ltoy. N. Y.
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