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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 26, 1904)
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If you are going to buy
a wagon: Don't buy any
thing but a NEWTON.
The HUBS and AXLES
have been in the Dry House
for a YEAR before they
are put into a wagon. The
Company don't build any
thing but wagons and they
Build Them to STAY.
Wagons are all they have to
I have buggies for $45 and up. I can give you
a Leather quarter Top, Leather Bask and
Cushons, and Spring Back and Cushons for $45.
Come and see me.
Goods for your Money
Light harness at Joo Foeel'a.
Stock saddles at Joe Fogel's.
Try that calf meal at Caldwell's.
If you want the best and cheapest
harness, go to Fogel's.
SeeJoeFogel for anything in tbo
harness or saddlery lino.
Try Ward Haves for a first claa
shave or, hair-cut.
J. P. Hile sells land, an sells tt
Dr. E. A. Thomas, dentist, Damerell
C. H. Kaleywent to Lincoln, Tues
day. J. R. Mercer has a now rubber tlra
w T. Auli! of Lincoln, was in town
Frank Cowden spent Sunday in
Dwight Wilson was up from Super
Hugh Miner loft Sunday morning
Mrs. Eva C190 returned Monday,
Walter Scott of Blue Hill, was in
Mrs. Fred Brewer returned Monday,
Dr. Gardner of Wymoro, was in
Mrs. Goo. Hutchison U on the sick
list, this week.
Mrs. Bomford returned homo from
Bon McFarland loft Tuesday morn
ing for St. Louis.
JimCathor wont to St. Louis the
first of tbo wook.
Dan Garber of Suporlor, was In town
tho first of tbo week.
Mis Rose Rnuoboy was down from
F. M Douglas of Blonmlngtnu whs
of Freoport, 111., and tho
Insurance Co. -
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster County..
Look up your policy
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I will give you More
than you can get any-
in Rod Cloud, Monday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hutch-
in), on August 22, a girl.
Tiy Hale's restaurant, old post-ofUco
building, for a square meal.
George Overing and Roscoo Cather,
were in Cowles, Saturday.
Miss Emraa Berktield, left Sunday
evening for Boulder, Colo.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Foe, left Sunday
morning, for a trip to Denven.
Seward Garber of Kansas City, was
in the city the tint of the week.
Miss Corrlno Dusenborry of Nelson
is in the city visiting with friends.
Quick service and first class work is
the motto at Scbaff nil's barber shop.
Ed Emigh of Madison, Nebr., was in
town visiting with relatives, this week.
Dr. Angle of Lincoln, was in town
Tuesday in consultation with Dr. Cook.
Mrs. Beu Ludlow left Tuesday, for
South Omaha, to visit with her sister
Alfred Hadell ha? moved into the
Sherwood property on Seward street
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hucker, nro visit
in in Auburn and Nemaha, this week.
Mrs. Anna Dorman of lilnois, is visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Brown.
lam miking a specialty of gentle
mans tiuo laundry work Mrs. N. S.
Miss Claudo Golrgeson of Naponee,
li visiting her aunt, Mrs. A. B. Wig
gins. George Bith of Olathe, Kansas, was
iranHacting business iu Red Cloud,
Tborct Foe of Cowles w'as looking
after busi.iess matters in Red Cloud,
Mrs. Ward Hnyos and daughter,
returned bomofiom Uniaha tho lirst of
Ruy Phelps who has been spending
iiis vacation in Colorado, returnsd
Boyd Smith roturned Tuesday, from
Kearney, wheru he has been attending
tho street fair. '
Jack Reed loft Monday for Dis
Moines, Iowa, where ho will visit for
tho next two weeks.
Lost Between tho Fry farm and
Ucckwith's, west of town, a coat. Find
er leave at this olftce.
Paul Popit left Su inlay for St. Louis
whoro ho will take iu tho exposition
for the next two weeks.
Mis. Win. Woods and childron, of
M C 10k aro in tho city visiting with
Her fnl hur, J. O. Lindloy.
Haivey Cox unit wife returned to
Lincoln, Wednesday, after a mouth's
vi"it wiih 1 datives in Lester,
Mrs. Staub of Spokane, Wash., who
has to mi visiting with Mr?. K. J.
Dnekoi , left Monday for St. L011U mid
Mih Fiunk Smi'Uer who htii lici n
V'Mtitin n 1 nivm lime for homo time,
intutiR'i! m her homo in South D.ikoin,
i'lii- lull game Sunday bitwoun U' (I
C iiui uiiil 1'i.iv.ttf, i8ultcil iu a vic
tory for ilia I101111) team, the score
ni'iim y to -'. '
Salt'Miio 1 Wanti'il To Hull Lubrirn
tin it hIIh anil paints, a splendid ipioi
tunlti fur a guild man. Adiliess Tiio
llurvy Oil Co., Oltivulnud, Ohio.
Walter Km-y vus iu Denver tho titat
of the week.
Al Grout wis down from Riverton
L II Klncklfdgo was In Blue Hill,
Art Wooloott of Inavale, was In the
W. B Householder was n Rod Cloud
Mrs K bt. Fortune wont to liothon,
the first of tho week.
D II msoholder of Charlton, arrived
iu Red CI ud Monday.
Mrs. John Bailey has returned to hor
heme In Norton, Kan.
Lee C jlumbia of Guide Rock was in
Rod Cioinl, Tluusday.
J. II. Galloway of Hastings was in
Red Cloud Tuesday.
J.S. L'irgent of Guido Rock was a
Red Ctottd visitor Thursday.
Alsid Litigtou returned Wednesday
from a visit in Concordia Kansas.
The "Drummer B iy of Shiloh" will
be in Red Cloud during tho Reunion.
Cans 1'haies has accepted a position
in tho groeoiy storo of Albright and
R. R Wilkins of Alma was ntteddlng
to business matters in Red Cloud this
Isaac B. Colvin, Guido Ruck's hustl
ing real estate agent, was iu Red Cloud
Look up the dato opposite yournnmo
011 the paper this tells when you are
paid up too.
"Mis. W. V. Beal roturned to her
honi't in this city Tuesday, after a visit
G. A. Crow of Guido Rock was
looking after business matters in Red
W. D. Gruff of Seward, has taken a
position as bar tender for F. R. Man
dervillo, for a tew weeks.
Dr. K K-tnyon representing tho Dr.
Allatnan Hospital of Atchison, Kin.,
was lnR3d Cloud Sunday.
G. A. Bukerof Lawrence, was look,
ing after business matters in Red
Cloud, the hrst of tbo week.
Mr. Poole and wife, of Lincoln, visit
ed at the home of W. V. Beal ' in this
city, a couple of days this week.
F. R. Mundeville, wife and baby
came over from Red Cloud last evening
to 'visit with friends Blue Valley
A. E. Otto of Nebraska City, auditor
A barn, roof and
bridge paint that is
guaranteed for 5
A dandy good paint
and one that wears
and preserves the
A price that is
right for a PAINT
Be sure and '."get
your barn paint from
for the DntT Griln Co was looking
after 1 1 Intuiesti of his company in
this city Thin stliiy.
lvm. It itiptntaiin pafsid throned
this city last evening on his way to his
home in Alini, after a visit in tho nuttli
ern part of the state.
Mdton Mtehaol andMUsTomporanco
A Rinkel, of near Inavalo, wore mar
ried by county Judgo Kionoy on Wtd
ncsday, August 21 th.
A. A. Remliold of St. Francis Kinsas,
brought a couple of carloads of cattle
to this city Wednesday to soil to tho
feeders in this vicinity.
F. N Richardson lott Wednesday for
Hasting!, iu the interests of tho Red
Cloud Interstate reunion. Ho will
stop nt the intermediate points on his
County Judge Konney sa ho has
been kept guessing this week. There
nro a number of good looking school
limns at bis boatding house, and of
course we all know how bashful hu is-
Miss L'7zl Marker, county supeilii
tendent, ijavo a reception to tho
teachuts, who nio attending institute
this week, Tuesday evening, nt tho
homo of Mrs W. A. McKeighan.
Mis K MiF.tihnd tins moved her
household goods over the storo room
and lias tented her resilience propeity
to Mr J H Brown, and family, of
Oklahoma, who will make their homo
in this 'ity in the future.
Clerk of the district court Hutchison
received notice the Hrst of tho wc ok
ciil ing a special term of the district
court to commence on September 7
No jury is to liu called for this term.
There nro some iinpoittiut cases called
which Judge Attains will endeavor to
Mis. Sam Templo unit daughter
Mary lettirued homo Saturday, from
Excelsior Spiings, Mo., where they
have been visiting the last two months.
All members of Faith Rebecca lodge,
No. 10, aro r quested bt bo present nt
the meeting, September 1. Thete will
bo initiation and other important busi
Bornard MoNony and R. T. Potter
left Saturday for Sonttlo Washington
where Mr. Potter has decided to locate,
we aro sorry to loso Mr. Potter as ho is
one of tho ablest lawyers in south
The Wtbiter county teachers Insti
tute has been in session, this week, in
this city. There aro nearly ono hun
dred enrolled this year which does not
look as though there woul 1 bo a. lack
of teachers in this county for the en
suing year. J. L. McBrien, republican
candidate for state superintendent,
was present Monday and delivered an
tddreis ic the congregational church.
The ladles aid society of the Metho
dist church gavo an ice cream social at
the borne of Mrs. A. Conover, last
Wednesday evoning which was attend
ed by quite a large number. A musical
program was rendered and was much
injo.ved by all present and also by
people Who lived somo distnnco away;
the conditions of tho atmosphere
txinr such that sound was carried
Preaching services at tho Cmistian
nhnri-h next Sundav Bible School at
10 a. m. Preaching at 11 p. m. subject:
Seeing tho Invisible or Lessons suggest
ed the X Rays. The pastor will begin
a series of sermons to young mon on
Sunday evening. Topic: Tho Glory of
Young Men. Tho general publlj, but
young men especially aro invited to
ittend these services.
The rural mall carriers of Webster
nounty mot in O. O. Toef. ofllne last
Saturday and formed a mall carriers
association. The majority of the rural
mail carriers of the county wero
ore sent Bnd tho following ofllcors wore
elected for the ensuing year: W. D.
Wnvno Htadon, prosident; O. A. Row-
sun. Rod Cioud. vice president-, L. W.
Stbin. Guide R-ick. Rccrotnry; P. O
GrandstnlT, Bladen, Troasuror.
Hot or cold baths, first cIhbs barber,
work, nt Manspoakor'n, opposite Cot
ting's dniK store. New bath tub,
everything neat and clean.
Mrs. C. II. Jennings, Boston "Our
nabies (twins), wore sickly. Had
Roveral doctors, but no results. Hollis
tor's Rooky Mountain Tea mado them
-tronir and robust." 35'conts. Tea or
tnblot form. C. L. Cutting.
'R. Haggard who wns arrested at this
place last woek, for tho burglary of a
soro in Almonn, Kan., was taken to
that placo last Saturday, by Sborift"
Hatcbor of Norton county, Kansns.
Haggird nctreoing.to go without tho
formality of n requisition. Mayor
Iloflklny tho mnn win was tobbod, and
a Mr. Fowler, of Almeiia accompanied
them. Norton county is cnttalnly
olllceriul by a "cheap skate" outfit as
they wero unwilling to pay n stiltnbio
aw ml for tho most of as desperate a
character as Hnggmd. To us it would
appear that for tho arrest of such
criminals as this that it would bo tho
best of pulley to show somo liberality
in the way of a reward, as nil olllcer
does iiot feel like risking his life for
glory alone or tho small pittance of 8.'i
hit espouse to bis ell oris to secure
an exhibit of tho agricultural products
of this county at thu Stifto Fair, Mr.
Goo. Hummed ws kept busy Weduus
.kfy yvvVv1 '
Mighty Busy Now
Wo Hositato 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.
One Price Clothiers,
First door north of Postofflce. Red Cloud, Neb.
vsAWAWWAnAvA vnA '
R.ead This Carefully
I am making lots of Farm Loans.
There are reasons for this. I can close'a
loan for you 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 gWing 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.
day taking care of tbo things received.
There were two dray loads of products
which were taken 10 the depot Thurs
day morning for shipment. He receiv
ed more than 70 exhibits of apples, 40
exhibits of grapos. and some very large
re ii, watermelons, anu uuuno, auu
in fact there was not in our Judgement
anything but was exceptional in size.
The samples of corn were exceptionally
large. Some of tho oars were more
than 14 inches long and largo in dia
meter in proportion and tho tho cob
was well filled with k'ernels.
Ten Auld te Suttest a Semen.
Dr. G. O. W. Farnham of Lincoln,
will turn preacher, provided fifty of
tho business men of Lincoln, who aro
non church goers, will agree to go to
church. Tho text of tho first sermon
is to bo solected by W. T. Auld. The
proposition has met with considorable
I favor. We believe wo could iimko a
close guess at what tho text will bo If
Mr. Auld suggests it.
The I. O.O.F. Picnic
The executive committoo of tho Ro
publican Valley I. O. O. F. picnic
association bavo docidod to hold the
annual picn'o on September 15, at
Superior. Tho lodges at Nelson,
Hardy and Franklin hivo been ad
mitted into the associationjby tho com-
mitteo and plans nrej neing mm 10
make tho plcniojblgger and hotter than
tver. There will bo an oleborato pro
gram for tbo day's proceedings, consls
ting of races, horse hoo pitching con
tons, hammer throwing lotc. In tho
ovoniir,' there will be workjin tho three
degrees, in the opera house.
THERE'S all the dif
ference in the Cut of
a Glove as there is in the
Cut of a coat.
(aside from Strength and
Comfort) have a Cut that
makes you proud of your
hands. $ 1 .50.
When yon uro hungry and
want aomothig nice in the
meat lino, drop into my
market. I have the nicest
otid meats, fish, and ganie
Hi season. I think, and
almost know, that I can
plenso you. Give me a
W. L. K00N,
I successor to
ROBINSON i BURDEN. I
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