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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1904)
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If you are going to buy
a 'wagon Don't buyany
thing but a NEWTON.
The HUBS and AXLES
have been in the Dry House
for six years 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 Back and
Cushons, and Spring Back and Cushons for $45.
Come and see me.
Goods for your Money
Stock saddles at Joe Fogel's.
Try that calf meal at Caldwell's.
Hoy Tait was in Oxford the first of
N.Longtin was in Superior Wednes
Geo. Warren is attending the state
fair this week.
Try Ward Hayos for a first claa
sbave or hair-cut.
Miss Edna Black of Bloomigton was
in town, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Butler were in
Lincoln this week.
Miss Mary Damerell is viilting in
Lincoln this woek.
Charley Beal returned from St. Louis
If you want the boat and cheapest
harness, go to Fogel's.
El. Seaton and wifo were attending
the state f ir this wqek.
SeoJoeFogel for anything in the
harness or saddlery line.
H. W. Bayless of Ojldo Rock was
in tied Cloud Tuesday.
F. A. Baker of Blue Hill wai in Red
Cloud the first of the week.
Miss Cornne Dusenberry returned
Sunday to her homo in Nelson.
Honrv Clark and wifo attended the
state fair at Lincoln this week.
Bruce and Roy Robinson returned
homo from their visit In Norton, Kins.
Georgd Rifo and sister went to Lin
coln, Monday, to attond the stnto fair
(J. W. Lindsay took some of his Gall
oway cattle to tho state fair last Thurs
day. Misses Nolle Minor and Emma
Grave's loft Tuesday for a visit in tho
I am miking a specialty of gentle
mans fine laundry work Mts. N. 8.
Will Kent was in Lincoln a few days
this week, going thero to consult with
Miss Cora Tulloys returned Saturday
after a two months visit in Lincoln
and Clay Centor.
J. L. Miner and Geo. Coon left Sun
day for Odgon Colo., where they have
purchased some cattle.
Mrs J. A. Tulloys roturnod Saturday,
from Manitou, Colo., where sho has
buon for tbo last month.
David Stlzman, Jr., arrived in Red
Cloud aSturday for a visit with his
parents, who live north of here.
G B. and D D. Fanbin of Naponco
woro looking after business matters in
Bid Cloud the first of the week.
V. B. Fulton and wifo and Mrs. Jas.
Burdon left tho first of tho week for
Lincoln, where they will visit tbo state
Martin Hultquist of Hultqiiist Bros ,
Holdredgo, Nob , was looking after
business matters in Red Cloud Tues
day. Nellie Fu'lor, Donver "My face
was full oft pimples and black-heads,
liollister's Rooky Mountain Tea has
driven then away. Popplo hardly
I will give you More
than you can get any-
know me. I'm looking tine" 35 cents.
Tea or tablets C. L. Cjttlng.
Quick service and first class work is
the motto at Suhnflnii's barbor shop.
Mrs. Addio Gross and daughter
Blanch loft Tuesday morning, for
Arkansas, whero they will make their
homo in tho future
Albright & Rife are looking for the
porson holding No. 37, which draws one
of the dinner sets whioii they are giv
ing to their cash customers.
Salesmen Wanted To sell Lubrica
ting oils and paints, a splendid oppor
tunity for a good raau. Address The
liarvy Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
Everott Dyer and sitter Mabel passed
through here Sunday, on their way to
St. Louis. Everett looks as natural as
ever and gelt along unusally well.
Ed Jeffries, who has been working
in Ward Hayes' barb.tr shop for some
time, left Sunday, driving from Red
Cloud to Lebanon. He left no address.
Rev G H. R ce and family will ro
turn today from their vac ition trip in
Minnesota. Mr. R'ce will again tako
up his work in the Congregational
F. B. Kdgerton and wifa of Caspor,
Wyoming, passed through this city,
Tuesday, on their way to Guide Rock,
called thereby tne illness of her mother
Mrs J. F. Watt.
Miss Winnifred Perkins of Omaha
was elected by tbe school board to fill
the vacancy eausod by the resignation
Mrs M mio Wat-k un, as teacher of the
first and second grades.
J. W. Sullivan of Muncie, Ind , has
purchased tho M irgan Davis farm,
east 01 (Jo 1. Lindsay's on tho river
bottom, and will move his family here
and make this his homo in the futuro.
E G Roderick, who is a B. & M.
fireman out of Wymore, was badly cut
Monday evening by being struck on
tbe head with a chunk of coal. Tbo
company surgeon at Wjmaro dreised
Charley Godsey, who worked for
Ward Haves last summer, came in
from Marvville, Mo., to-day to take
bis old position in Hayes' barber shop.
Cuarlov is one of the best barbers who
ever worked in Red C.oud.
The Misses Alice and Ella Remsberg
and Mary Farquhar left Thursday for
Colorado Miss Alice goes to Trinidad,
where she will teach in the public
schools, and Miss Ella Remsberg will
teach in Denver. Miss Faiquhar has
also secured a position as teacher in
A baby show, for babies between tho
ages of six months and threo years,
will bo bold in Miss Hadoll's gy ninau
slum ro ims Thursday morning between
tho hours of 9 and II. Euliunce fee
will bo ton coats. Judges will award
tho prlzd to tbe winning baby. Ad
Judge F. G. Humor of Kearnoy was
in town Tuesday. Ho tiled tho appeal
in the Barkor caso Monday aftornoon
and then camo hero to look up tho
caso. Ho will probably try to got a
stay on tho ploa of insanity, as he inter
viewed several hero as to Barker's in
sanity, This bill of exceptions was
bled later in tho week. It will proba
bly bo six months or a year before Bar
ker will bang.
Si'hoi 1 will open Monday.
Light harnets at Joe Foirel'.
Kd Ttylor was in Bluo Hid, Monday.
J. 1. llald sells hud, ami sella it
Dr. E A. Ihotnas, dentist, U.unerell
George Zeiglor was up from Superior
Ed Burr was up from Guiio Rock
O Reams of Rivortou was In the city
L. H. Fort went to Lincoln Tuesday
Roy Teel returned Sunday, from
Sjward (J irbor roturnod to Kitisas
M. C. Knlton and family were in
Mr?. T E I'eummi left Saturday, for
SiieiilT MoArthur attended tho state
fair this wtok.
Jim (Jalusha is taking in tho state
fair, this weok.
11. II Hopkins of Cnvlos was in
town M uday.
Miss Nolle Ntsblt wont to Iuavalo,
Mrs R C Burko of Bjatwlck
in town Mouday.
G. R Hondrickof Cra, K-iu?.,
in the city Sunday.
W J. Gusmiro of Grana Island
iu Red Cloud Monday.
Tiy Hide's restaurant, old post-office
building, for a square meal.
J. E Butler and wlf.', of CjwIos
upent Sunday iu Red Cloud.
F. B. Edgorton and wifo, of Casper,
Wyo , were in town, Mouday.
J. F. Morgan of Watortown, S. D ,
was hero the first of tho week.
Mrt. F. T. Lako of Republican City
was iu town tho first of tho week.
Mrs, S.W. Foo and sons returned
homo Monday, after a visit in Colo
rado. Mr. and Mrs. T C. Hucker returned
Friday from a visit iu Nemaha ami
Bon McFarland and Jim Gather
returned from St. Louis Wednesday
Ed. Overing, Jr., has purchased the
Remsberg property and expects to
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
7 So per
Be sure and "get
your barn paint from
move inio It about the first of Novem
ber. Miss (itila Uocd left Tuesday, for
Oxlotd, wheie slut she accept d a posi
tion in the schools.
Dolph Heydo Iris moved his tailor
slop to the tear room over 1'iuil
Storey's clothing stoio.
Mr. and Mrs O E Hughes, Miss Ella
Cook a id Hob r Clugh returned Sat
u id u v from camping at lie Hoy.
Miss B.-ss Mush tetiitiiHl Friday
evening from Iowa, where sue has
been visiting for the last two months.
Elmer Wilson returned Sunday
morning from Santa Ana, Cilif,
whoio ho has been for the last threo
Miss Ruby D.uiduraiid, who ha been
visiting with her uncle, N Long'.in,left
Tuesday night for tier homo iu Aurora,
Tneru will bo services in the Congre
gational chinch Sunday mottling and
at Indian Crook in the afternoon, con
ducted by the Rv Rieo.
Mrs. L II H arklcdgo's mother r
tttriioil the first of Hid week from an
extended visit In eastern suites. She
was accompanied by her sister.
J H. It Miisbfi'g has sold his resi
dence and expects to leave hero about
tlio Hist of N iveniber. He expects to
make bis li uiie iu l)mvnr in thofntuie.
Mr. l)esie Laughlln ot Denver, who
has l)nn visiting with her pirents, M.
ami Mrs Tom Hatlietd, left Wednesday
for Concoidin, Ivans , for a visit with
her brother, Curt Hatfield.
George Fontres', who bus boon in
I lio barber btisints in Red Cloud for
Hoveral years, left Wednesday inornicg
for Long Island, K'ttiMis, which place
ho expects to make his future home.
M try Spiingo tho pimples with
warm water You need a blood tonic;
would advise you to tako llolllttors
Rocky Mountain Tea. It drives away
all eruptions. 33 cents. Tea or tablet
form. C. L Cotting.
Westward tho orb of glory takos its
Wisconsin is the stato, you hear every
body s ly,
Ii's made itself famous by ono groat
Rocky MountaiajTea has mado its
name worldwide. C L Cotting.
Rudolph Kubic of this placo, who
drew numbor 1804 in the Rosebud land
lottery, went to Bonosteel about a woek
ago for tho purpose of picking out his
claim, but returned without doing so.
Ho said that he could find no claim
which in his Judgement was worth
E Johnson, who has for some time
run the Main street livery barn, hat
sold the building to county attorney
E "U Overman and the stock to A. A.
Boron. Mr. Johnson will move, in the
near future, to his farm, south of tbe
river, in Line precinct. Mr. Boren
will continuo in the livery busiueas at
tbe old stand.
Win. Fulton and Miss Crissio Elliott
of Cnin obeli woro married in the office
of.Cuunty Judgo Koonoy, Wodnesdty
morning, August 31st. Mr. Fulton is
to; county assessor of Franklin county
an I h one of Campbell's best known
an I best liked young men. Tho lady of
uis choice is a sister of Postmaster
Elliott of Campbell and Is an accomp
lished young lady. Bert and Miss
Bertha Elliott, brotherand sister of tho
bride, accompanied them to this city.
They left very soon after tho ceremony
for Campbell, whore tbey will raako
their home. Will will teaob in the
schools at Campbell until work in his
office, as asses r, begins iu tho spring
List Tuesday evening O. C. Teel
gave a very pleas int whim party to a
number of his gentlemen friends. Mrs.
Teul is at presunt visiting with rela
tives at Indianola, Nebraska, and
Oscar thought this would bo a good
time to entertain tho boys. Tho evening
was spent playing whist and smoking
and later refreshments wore sorvod, of
which all partook. Thoro being no
ladies present thoro wore occasional
expressions of opinions which are not
printable, though nil were acceptable.
Tho guests departed at a late hour and
all oxpressed themselves as having
spent a most enjoyablo ovoning and
hoped the event might bo ropeated
arker HaMftlRft Postponed.
Franic Barkers attorneys, Hamor ana4
Hamer of Koarnoy, Nebraska, Hied a
petition in error in the supremo court,
Monday. The c institution statutes pro
vides that tho liliue of an appeal in a
capital caso oporatos.as a stay of elocu
tion. Barkoi'd llfo will tbe:eforo bo pro.
longed until the supremo court reviews
the caso and decides whether or not
tho judgmmt of tho lower court shall
stand. If tho judgment is afllrmod
tho supremo court will bo reqiiirod to
sot tho date.
Thero ure 44 assignments of error in
the petition, which alleges that while
tho complaint charges proumditation
and malaco in tho "shooting," it faili
to uiako this chargo in roard to tho
"killing". This, JuJgo Humor says, is
nocessary to socure a conviction for
murder in tho Brst degree. Tho pati
lion In error alleges that tho Informa
tion doos not charge murder In tbe
first degree: but that the facts alleged
in tbe information are equivalent to
if we can't fit you right off, but we'll make any nec
Prices no higher than the quality justifies.
Never in our successful history were we better pre
pared to serve the people of Red Cloud and vicinity.
Prices are lower. Quality higher. Come and see us.
Reunion visitors are cordially invited to visit our
store. While some may think it early to buy winter
clothes, it won't hurt to get our ideas and our prices.
Money back if anything goes wrong.
No man is your superior in this store.
Fall Hats, Shoes and Furnishings All In.
First door north of Postofflce, Red Cloud, Neb.
R.ead This Carefully
I am making lots of Farm Loans.
There arc 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 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 tor making
loans that some one is bound to suit. No
one can give better rates.
J. H. BAILEY. Red Cloud.
murder iu the socond degree- Aftor
reciting tho comprint Judgo Hamor
contends as follows:
"All after tbo foregoing is a mero In
ference from the facts stated. Tno
foreg ling facts chargo that tho defend
ant mado the 'assault' with deliberate
and nremuditated malice, but tbev do
not chargo that tho killing was done
with deliberate and promeditatod
malice. Section 8 of tho criminal code,
which detinos murdor in tho iirst
degree, provides that tbo 'killing' shall
bo done 'purposely and of deliberate
and premeditated malice.' Tho porson
who contemplates the making of an
assault and then determines that ho
will mako ic, and does make it, may
not contemplate anything beyond the
assault. If tho assault is committed
without excuse or justitication ho doos
it of 'deliberate and promo litated
malice,' but if a killing occurs which be
did not contemplate it oinnot bo said
that ho dollber.Uod and premeditated
it, bocause he could not boliborato and
premoditato that which was not in his
Mrs. WllllaB leluTflDea.
Word was recolvad in this city Wed
nesday morning of the death of Mrs.
William Zduff, which ocoured at
Omaha Monday evening, after a short
illness. Mrs. ZolulTs maiden name was
Cora Blunders and she was married to
Mr. Zdluff in this city, June 12, 1891.
Mr Z iluff was formorly in the barber
budnojs in this city and is a brother of
Mrs. Ooorze Fentress and Mrs. b. P.
Hadloy, tho latter of whom was with
her sister in-law when she died, lhreo
childron survive her, a girl 8 years of
ago, another 3 years of ago and a two
MaklHft Friends Every Day.
This ran truthfully bo said of Jell-o
ice cream powder, the now product
for making the most doliclou ice cream
you ever ate; everything in tho pack
ago. Nothing tasts so good iu hot
weather. All grocers are placiag it in
stock. If your grocer can't supply
you send 25o for 3 packages by mail.
Four kinds: Vanilla, Chocolate, Straw
berry and unflavored. Address, Tbe
Genesee Pure Food Co., D SOS, ,Le
I Urw. N. Y. 38
If you're ready for your
Fall Suit we're ready to show
you the new ideas in color
ings and the late kinks in the
cut and make-up.
Don't allow the choicest
things to slip away from you.
You'll be pretty hard to lit
Whon you uro hungry and
wnnt somothlg nlco in the
mout lino, drop Into my
inarkot. 1 bavo tho nicest
and moats, flsb, and game
in season. I tliluk. und
almost know, that I can
please you. Give me a
W. I. K00N,
ROBINSON & BURDEN.
J. P. HALE
Some of tho finest farms ond
city property In Webster Coun
ty, Nebraska, for sale. Prlcos
runging from f 15 to 125 per aore.
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