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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 19, 1904)
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Women Like Tubular
Every woman praises
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.
Light harness at Joe Fogel's.
Stock saddlos at Joo Fund's.
Try that calf meal at Caldwell's.
Hnico Frame is homo from Bluo Hill.
Del Turnurn is in Chicago.
Miss Ireuo Miner is homo from Lin
coin. O. E Ramey is homo from Kmsas
J P. Halo soils laua, ami suns n
Dr. E. A. Thomas, dentist,
I n.llrn iriU7.n UtltOD SUltS at r
Mrs. Georgo Morhart was. in Guide
Mrs. Ed. Garber was in Guide Rock,
n,. tinmmni was down from Blue
MissFlorouco Cotting, left Friday
(or Boulder Colo.
Try Ward Hayes for a first clas
shave or hair-cut.
!..,. Piornn and family, went to
J. O. Caldwell roturnod homo Satur
day from Missouri.
Ed Burr of Guide Rock, was in Red
Mrs. Elias Goble and daughters left
Tuesday for St. Louis.
If you want the bost aud cheapest
harness, go lo Fogel's.
SooJoeFogol for anything iu the
harness or saddlery lino.
Adair Galusha and Miss Nettio Fort
were iu Cowles, Tuesday.
Roy aud Hnico Robinson, went lo
Norton, Kans., Saturday.
Mrs.J.D. Crans returned Wednes
day from a trip to Illinois.
Mrs.Staub of Spokane, Wash.,
guest of Mrs. E. J. Duokor.
A. P. Ely and wifo returned
of Freeport, 111., an the
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster County.
Look up your policy
and see me.
day from a visit in Riverton.
Tiy Halo's restaurant, old post-office
building, for a square meal.
The Rod Cloud foot ball team wont
up to Franklin, Monday nignt.
Georgo Holt of Cowlcs, was transact
ing business in this city, Wednesday.
Judge Keeney and Dr. Asher wcro in
Franklin tlio first of the week.
Misses Nolle and Francis Nesibit,
went to luavale, Wednesday.
Quick service and first class work i
the motto at SchatTnit's barber shop.
Dwight Jones, of Guido Rock, spent
Sunday, with his daughter, in this city.
Miss Rhidor of Republican City is
visiting with T. A. Wilburn and family.
Mayor Ross and daughter, Villa
went to Franklin, Wednesday evening.
Fred Good populist candidate for re
presentative was in Red Cloud, Wednes
day. A. U. Kaloy anil wifo and Dave
Ivaley and wifo loft Monday for Colo
rado, Miss Murker returned homo Friday
after a throo weeks trip in the moun
tains. lam miking a specially of gentle
nmns lino laundry work Mrs, N. 8.
Luces and embroideries in largost
varieties and lowest prices. F. New
houso. Mrs. Goo. Nownouso and children
havo returned from their visit in
Miss lono Albright ha returned
homo from a two months visit in Now
Mrs. Ellzibolh Smith and childron,
have relumed homo after a visit in
II E Grico loft Saturday for Boul
dur, Colo , whero ho is interested in
t. iNowhouso has all similes nnd
colors of silk iluish cotton. Full 100
You can got at F. Nowhouse, 12 yards
of laco for 10;. Somo stores charge
you 15o for the same thing,
A number of the young peoplo loft,
Tuesday morning, for LoRoy, for a
two or throo week's outing.
Commissioner Richards of Guide
Rook, was looking nfior business mat-
tors in this city, Wednesday.
Quito a number of tho young mon
fiom hero, went to Frauklin, Wednes
day evening to takoiu the reunion.
Misses Nollio Sherman, and Josio
Noiris returned Tuesduy from their
trip to St. Louis aud Kansas City.
Mrs. Frank Cowdeu and childron,
left Friday for Boulder, Colo., whero
they will visit I jr the next fow weeks.
Chits. Wadells was in tho city tho
tirst of tho week for tlio purposo of
moving his household goods to Frank
Cnas. Gurney and son Joo left tho
last of tho wouk, for Boston, Mass.,
whore they will visit for tho nixt
D. J. Myers and family returned to
their home in Boulder, Colo., the labt
of tho week, after a two week's visit in
Mrs. Cadman and children left,
WuiiitvsiltO iiiutiilug toi Mcluol
whtMo they will make their homo in
The fourth nuartely conference for
Innvale and Ash Creek will bo held at
Red Cloud, AuguU 2D, at 3 o'clock,
Wo desiro to call your attention to
Mluer Bros, advertisement on tho first
page. They arc making somo ixiepi
Hot or cold baths, first cluss barber
work, at Manspoakor's, opposito Cot
ting's drug stoio. New bath tub,
everything noat and clean.
More sido walk is being laid in Red
Cioud this summor than has over before
boon laid in one year. Tho good patt
of It i; that it is nil of a permanent
kind; either brick, stoue or cement.
Mrs. C. H. Jonnlng, Boston "Our
babies (twins), were sickly. Had
several doctors, but no result. Hollis
ter's Rocky Mountain Tea made them
.strong and robust." 33 cents. Tea i r
tablet form. C L. Cotting.
Mr. Hacker, our genial postmaster,
made arrangements, the Ilrst of the
week, whereby tho farmers who patron
ize tlio rural telephone llr.oi, running
out of Red Cloud, will receive the
government weather reports everyday.
Th said a bottle and a glass
Will make n person mellow,
But Rocky Mountain Tea's tho drink
That livens up a fellow. C. L. Cot-
You need cloan healthy bowels just
as much as pure, wholesome food; with
out either, you cannot keep well.
Hollister's Ricky Mountain Tea elil
initiates all impurities. Tea oi tiblott..
US cents.. C. L. Cotting.
The quarterly mioting will bo held
at. Hummel school houjo Sunday
August 23, at 3 o'clock p. in. Rev.
E. L Hutchin's will preach and admin
ster the sacrament of tho Lords Supper.
We chronicle, this week, the arrival
of number 1 votumo 1 of tho Itmvale
Advertiser a paper which has just been
launched in the growing village of
luavale in this county, with Mr. Ed.
Harmon's name appearing as editor In
chief. May it live long aud prosper.
R. T Potter has withdrawn his name
from tho republican ticket, as nominee
for county attorney, giving as his rea
son for so doing, that ho expected soon
to leave tins enunty. The naino of at
torney A. M Walters of Bluo Hill, was
substituted by tho county central com
m ttce at its meeting tho latter part of
Nit waul good general .,oiil.i xnd
can glvo steady work to responsible
patties 3"curing salt siunn.for our New
l'acillc Coast specialties and superior
western gr.iwn trees. Exprevlous ex
perience not necessary. Write us to
day. You can't lose money. Wo will
show you how its mado. Oregon Nur
sery Co., Detroit, Mich. IG
Ask for Allen's Fwt-Easc, A Powder,
To shako Into your shoes. It rests'
tho toot. Makes wittklng easy.fli Cun a
corns, bunirn. ingrowing nails, swollen
and sweating feet. At nil druggists
aud shoo stores, 23c. Dou't Accept a
substitute. Sample free. Ad.lnsj,
Alleu S. Olinsted.y.eRoy, N. Y.
County Court Proceedings.
Monday, Adam Morhart tiled a tr.it
ag.Uus Winlluld Palmer.
Tuesday, Estate of Win. II. PostoU
waito was ti oil for probate, a W.
Richards was appoiutod special admin
istrator to tako charge of estate pend
Wednesday, Kitnto of John J. Shel
ton was 11 oil for probate.
Louis Cutter and wife, of Bladen,
Hied petition for adoption of Kenneth
Thursday, Etatn of Diudrirh J.
Sttiehreulii rg was fl'iul for probato..
Real Estate Transfers.
Tinnsfois for week ending Wodnes
ilay, August IT, furnished by J. H.
Buley of Webster County Abstract
Elizabeth P. Hardy to Eva L. Dick
erson lot 15 blk 8 Vunees add
to Guide Ruck wd
Frcdeiick Newenseh wander to
Wm. Saliiu -2 nut 11 l.Dqud..
F. 1). Hutchinson n ml wifo to
LiuNn Hanov Hvt 20 1 11 wd..
No'lio Whitney Merrill and litis-
bum! toL A. Haskinss2nel20-
i Mighty Busy Now
We have one that
is a success. It does
the work in so little
time and saves labor.
Not expensive, eith
er. Come in and see
at prices that make
it an object for you
to buy. Not an ex
tra special price, but
our regular price at
all times to every
body. 6 inch wrench 2oc
S inch wrench 25c
10 inch wrench 30c
to fit all mowers, $2,
and we have the
We make the low
Moitgages llled SOOO.
Mortgages released $1,100.
A flood Thing, Push It.
If 3011 have extra good corn, wheat,
oais, in fact anything that you consider
extra good in the way of farm products
bring in a simple to Red cloud, next
Wednesday, August 21, and loavo it
with Mr. Ueorgu Hummel, 2nd door
north of Hon Ton resturant. Mr Hum
mel aud Mr. L. C. Peislgur of Bluo Hill
havo been appoint! d by tno county
board to collect samples of Webster
counties farm products to bo taken to
tho Stale Fair; So bring in tho best you
havo nnd though wo havo no fair of
our own, let us show tho world
that wo have the banner couuty of tho
state. They wish also whore possible,
that the soil in whiuh tho product grew
be loft on the roots. This is for the
purposo of having a chemical analysis
made; (hat wo may obtain a bolter
knowledge of tho soil that Is bost
adopted to various kinds farm products
ui until v wi
We Hesitate to Advise
You That It Will
to buy your fall and winter
wearables of us. All the
new and snappy Hats,
Caps, Ties and
Suits are ready to be shown.
Gouiden-Haley dotting Go.,
One Price Clothiers,
First door north of Postofflce, Red Cloud, Neb.
I R-ead This Carefully I
Thursday morning R. Raggart was
arrested, at tho depot, in Red Cloud,
on tho chargo of burglary of a store in
Almona, Kansa, by Deputy Sheriff
S. W. Foo. Deputy Foo had been
notified by telephone to watch out tor
tho party on train No. 10, duo horo nt
10.35 and was waiting whon tho train
arrived. Ho also was notitied by tolo-
gram that partv had excess baggage
check No. 20tt50 good to this city.
When tho train arrived horo deputy
Foe was watching nt ono end of tho
train and ShoiilT MuArthur at tho
other. Ho was spotted by Foo as soon
as he stopped off the train, who followed
him into tho ladies waiting room
whoro ho presonted tho check nnd
asked to havo his b:iggago rochcoked,
whon ho was at onco placed under
arrest anil his revolver, which ho car
I'uil in tho breast pocket of his coat,
was taken from him. Sheriff McArthur
had by this timo been uotiliud of the
captuioand had arrived 011 tlio scene;
Raggart objected a little to having tho
handcuffs placed on his wrist; but was
anon convinced that ho had belter
submit, Ho was at onco taken to tho
jail hero to await the coming of tho
sheriff from Almona. Raggart had in
his pos'sossion, when arrested about
815 in money, besides his revolver,
whlci was of 33 caliber, a bolt of lino
dress goods tuken from tho stoio in
Almona and which he carried wrapped
up, under his arm, and a good and full
kit of burglars tools consisting of two
elecliio lanterns, skeleton keys, files,
thread, saws and a number of other
articles used by burglars. After being
taken to the Juil ho tried to come tho
baby act by crying and asking tho
shot iff and doputy to Intercede for him
saying It was his tirst offense nnd etc;
but not much stock was taKon In his
prolfessions Ho is a man of medium
height dark completed, and about 35
years of ago.
Allon'e Foot-Ease, a powder. It cures
painful, smarting, nervous feet and In
growing nails, and instantly takes tho
sting out of cornB nnd bunions. Its tho
greatest comfort discovery of tho ago.
Alleu's FootEaso makes tight or new
shoes feel easy. It is a certain cure for
sweating, callous and hot, tired, ach-
I am making lots of Farm Loans.
There are reasons for this. I can close a
loan for yon in three days after taking your
application, for these reasons:
You do not have to wait and pay for a
man to examine the land. My company has
oceans of money. You do not wait for them
to sell your loan in New York or London
before getting the cash.
You can Pay Off at Any Time,
without giving a day's notice of your inten
tion so to do. All other companies require
from 30 to 60 days notice on this point.
I have so many different plans for making
loans that some one is bound to suit. No
one can give better rates.
J. H. BAILEY. Red Cloud.
froo- Address, Aliens S,
Roy, H. V.
In foot. Tiy it today. Bow uy
druggists and shoo stores, 25o. Don't me auvwo juu m 1,
accept and substitute. Trial package Oonover, Ticket Agent.
Maklnft Friends Every Day.
This oau truthfully bo tald of Jell-o
ice cream powder, tho now product
for making tho most delicious ice cream
you over nto; everj thing in tho pack
ago. Nothing tasts so good in hot
weather. All grocers are placing it in
suck. If your grocer can't supply
you send 25o for 3 packages by mail.
Four kinds: Vanilla, Chocolate, Straw
berry and uullttvored. Address, Tho
Genesee Pure Food Co., 13 jx 205, he
Roy. N. Y.
To Everywhere And: Back
Tho Hurlington offers excursion
rates in every' direction so low that
there is no excuse for staying at hi 1110.
Hclow are somo of them:
St. Louis and back: Three kinds of
daily rates besides tho special low rates
coach excursions on each Tuesday and
Thursday during August and Soptttu
bor. Chicago and back: Daily low rates
either direct or via St. Louis, with
Htoonvers at St. Luui?, Kansas City
Louisville, Ky., and back, 824.70
August 12 to 15.
Hoston and back tho only chanco of
tho seaseu for a low rate visit to Now
England, f.'J3.20, August It to 13-long
Worlds Fair stopovers nt St. Louis
on through tickets.
Colorado, Utah and Ulack Hills ro
sorts there and back piactically half
rates all summer.
To California San Francisco and
Los Angeles and back, August 15 to
Septembor 10, Only 845. Tho only
chanco in 1001 to get this low rato.
Portland, I'ugot Sound and back,
August 10 to 18, one faro for the round
To Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin
and tho Groat Lako region, the ideal
summer country daily low rates to
take you away from home.
On tho first and third Tuesdays of
each mouth very low round trip rates
to hundreds of points in the North
wost and Southwest.
Write or call, describe your trip; Ut
me aavise you me least cost. A,
When you nro hungry nnd
want Homothlg nice In the
meat lino, droji Into my
ninrkot. I have tho nicest
nnd moots, fish, nnd gnino
iu season. I think, and
n most know, that I cau
jilfiiho you. Give mo a
W. L K00N,
ROBINSON & BURDEN.
Some of tho finest farms and
.Property in Webster Coun
ty, Nebraska, for sale. Prices
ranging from 115 to 125 per aore.
- P. HALE,
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