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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1904)
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Miner Brothers. Miner Brothers. Miner Brothers.
German China given for Cash or Produce Purchases. The finest
Premium ever offered in the city. Every customer of the store de
rives the benefit, limited only by the amount of your purchases.
3 sizes Plates,
6 1-2 and 7 1-2
The range of pieces included in this offer will enable you to secure
a Dinner Set with Cash and Produce trade.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters.
Boyd Hrnrington is busy working
roads. It is about time, for tboy need
Jm8 Doyle i9 the happy papa of
Several of our young folks were en
tertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mux Miz-n Saturday night. All report
a pleasant time.
Mrs. A. R. Saladen and son Ray and
Mrs. C. Frink left Friday morning f u
Vesta, Neb., where they will visit their
sister, Mrs. George Wilson.
John Saladen and family spent Sun
day wnh Allen Carpenter and family,
south of the river.
Mr. and Mrs, Chi1). Lewis have re
turned home after a three weeks'
visit In St. Paul, Minn. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Kllinger and Mr. and
Mrc Onus. Frlsbje t'iok dinner at
Qtiarles Dean's Sunday.
ANlr. Sprinkle of Cowles was a pleas-
Yix, al'r '"J'0 Saturday night.
xflr Bmbiker and sons are erecting
a line new dwelling for Mr. Fiuv.
Thursday evening Ui young married
club travo a reception in honor of M.
n nd Mrs, Prink, at the home of J. V.
Slauont The eveuing was spout in
5 1-2, Cracker. Jar,
inch Berry Set,
Koidal amuset:)ents and a bounteous
luncheon was served.
The LidlPs'JUninn society will meet
with Mrs. Charles Friable next Wednes
Curt and Ed Biouch were called to
Johnstown, Pa., to attend the funeral
of their bi other.
Ernest Terrill and family visited
with Charles Lewis .Saturday.
G. W Hutfrtr anlil a lnwl n linna
Peail lllnns is slowly recovering from
a severe llluees. " . ',
Mrs. C'tiB. Raaspr left Wednedny
for New Wtiatcom,,Wsh whore, she
will visit her daughter, Mrs. Alva Sinks.
R. C. ChPvaljer.lsVentlng his build
iug ion new coat'.oT paint..
Work lias bogurlVon Joe Denton's
new dwelling, n,4be east part of town.
Herb McCoy drove down to Red
Cloud last Saturday, returning Sunday.
L C. Culloy was a passenger for
'Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rood are tho
proud pareutsofmhabyglrl, born last
Mrc Cutter was In Blue Hill Wedno's.
Ernest McCoy vnnd 'family moved to
Qtmphell last Tuesday.
Mrs, Swnrlz of Hnstings is visiting at
the uomo of V. I) Householder.
Miss .Tune Wooilnlilttlf.fi. In at WuiI.k.o.
jday for Ikutiice, where she will visit
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friends bofnro returning to her homo in
Ernest Grnbb returned from St.
Louis latt Tuesday after a week's visit
at the World's fair.
John McCallum returned from the
World's fair Monday.
Mr and Mis..JaUH8 0'Neall loftMon
day for Henke man, nltsr spending a
week with tneir uncle, II. II. Uoyd,
south of town.
Mr. llnrry Vaughn and Miss Hertha
blmppaid were married at th homo
of tho bride's mother Monday October
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Ohmstode nre
the parents of a boy, born last Satur
day. George Reeves lias returned from
I. U C dvin aud E. J. Henry were in
Mt, Claiu Tuesday
Jim Pnilgett, formerly of Red Cloud,
is working in the Hunt barber shop.
Tho lat iiece of the livery barn was
moved off Tuesday.
Harry Vaughn and wife have gone to
the Worln's fair and will visit in Micbi
gan beforo roturning home,
C. V. limhee win down from Red
Cloud Wednosday fixing tho walks
around his propel ty.
Frank Shunitn has returned to
Guide Rock to mtku this his homo for
Mr aud Mn. Ed Pirkor, Mr. Hunter
aud daughter, Miss Ljdia Ciiliiniui
Gravy Boat and Stand
Sugar and Creamer,
and lirithorand MIssLula Hughes lofi
l.uoduy morning for M. Louis.
Claude Rippeioe was in town Tiio?
day shaking hands with old friends.
Mis. N. CraiTord came down from
Hastings 'liiuisday to make a short
visit with Mrs. Carrier.
Tho ladies Gymnasium club will
give a backward social at the A O U.W.
Hall Friday evening October 14. Every
Ed Koon has returned from Nelson
aud is icady for work onco tuoro in uis
Weather still warm.
C irm husking wili'soon begin.
O.iver Hudson is working for Will
Andrew Taylor is working for G. A.
U. J. Lum is attending tho Feszel
murder tiial at Nelson as a witness.
Grandma Crozler is spending a fow
days with her daughter, Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. G M4 AlWn contcm
platoattenuing the NYorll'i fnir.
W. A. Howard had several loams
hauling corn to Guide Rook Wednes
day. Every family that attinds church'
regulurlv has a phono on-the Glenwood
line, and thern ate mote to fallow,
Another to updone lino is being
talked of, to uogiu at Pi A. Killough's
noi tlioast corner, thonco running north
aud east to L'lwtenee, .
Tho teacher and pupils in district
No. no are trying to induce the school
biiaidto buy or rent an organ for usu
in the school. Tnoy havo their cholco
of two Hecond hind oiganc, eitlitr of
which can bo bought tbea.
Real Estate Iransfcrs.
Trnnslois for week ending Wednos
nay, uc. ia, fuinisheil by
Oailcy ot Wubsiur County
Canie L Hakor to Mary A Che
v d'or lois I mid 2 blk r, 1st aild
t Hiuden wd
Luelin T Maker el at to Romulus
CCheViiliei loin Bund 4 blk A
1-t adit t liladeu wd
Eiiieliim D Kohtlii to W It Hui -well
pi m4 31.J IB vd
Guide Hock Cemetery to Geo ii
McC ill lot 'J 1 1 M) eemuierv wd
C 1. Columbia anil wile to Cnu"
L E HoiIqos el nl IiiIh 5 and II
blk 1 Vh net's mill to C! R d 705
Calvin F Moianvilu to H H
.Mi'iMiivillo iniH 11 and in and
pt Hi blk :t Guide ltdoi. i d 700
J' liu M.'Culn and ul'f to iOiiitmiio
11 Prico nel and u'i "I 18 .'t t) wd 0000
Finnk A Svi and wife to VS
Alib lot 7 blk 0 Moruys add
to liliiti Hill wd 10
Iaura Unlc.1) and hush to Einmn
Myetsital UndU7 nel 11 4 10
Otio Kmtt and wife to Kil.iheth
K.'sion n4 18-4 IS wd 3500
(Soorgo A Spurck lo Francis S
Spuruk I 'i 10 blk 1 Vances add
to Guide Rock qud 1
Moitgages tiled WXM)
Morignges leleas-o $.1200.
About Road Building,
INAVAI.K, NK.ii., Oct. IS.
Editor ClllKK: In last week's ClliKK
you tefer to tho road running uorih
from Red Cloud as an example of tho
manner in which the roads of tho
country districts nre built. Why not
take the road running east and wait
through Inavale, where hundreds of
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Light, whole -
alum baking powdet?
It is worth you
dollars havo been paid nut hy tho
o itinty commissioners for making it
int ponds and water courses and other
wist) rendering it unsafe nnd unlit for
travel, and uostiuotivo to adjoining
propei tv T
AsTiik Ciiikf remarks, "something
should im done," With your permiss
ion I will suggest a rvnu'dy next week.
V J. Vanck.
Advertised Letter List.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at posmlllcu at Red Cloud, Nob ,
for tho noek ending Cut. l.'l, 1004:
Joe Capps, Aruet Claoiprt, II. E.
Dunham, W. H Dnugheity, Aiihnr M.
Foard, Perry Gatisoway nnd Frank
Tlioso will ho sent to tho dead letter
ollico Dot. 27, 1001, if not called
for before. When tailing for above
T. C. Haokkii, Postmaster.
A Guaranteed Cure For Piles.
Iteliiinr, blind, lib oiling or protrud
ing Piles. Diugtilsta icfnnil money if
Pur, i Ointment fail ti euro any cne,
no tu'i'tnr of how lim st'imlitif;, in C to
11 days. Fit Bt appllcalion gives titso
and rest. fiOc. If your driiKgist hnyn't
it send fiOo in stauiis. iiud it will be for
warded post-paid by Paris Medicine Co.
St. Louis, Mo.
Farmers' Institute Mcctlni.
Wolister County Farmers' Institute
will hold a hutinuss session at Cowles
on Satmday, Ooioliar 22, for tho pur
pose of milking arrangements for the
institute this winter. Ah fartuors nro
urged to attend.
H. G. Kkknkt, Prcs.
C. E. Putnam, Sec.
Local Grain Market.
(Furnished by O. It (Campbell) A
Thursday, Out. 111.
Com, shelled l)8o
Oats, No. 8 white Silo
Rye, No. 3 59o
Now would bo good timi to pay
veur btck subscription to tbu paper.
We would appreciate tt.
food made with n
white to inquire
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