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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1905)
Hay and toed nt Plumb's.
Plumb litis Ited Cloud Hour.
Try that calf meal at .(laid well's.
Go to Fred Piumb's for Hour or feed.
Hon. C. V. Kiiloy spent Sunday at
Dr. K. A. Thomas, dentist, Duineroll
Bert Eliott was down from Campbell
Mrs. Hort Holdiege of Inavalo is in
O 13 Calkins of Oxford was in town
Jim Mitchell whs in town the first of
Miss Hose liunehcy is liome from
I'M. Burr was up from Guide Hock
As good as any coal in town at J .0
Frank Smith, 1 10 shoe man, is still
For Sale Male calf. Inquire at New
b. use's store.
Clarence Hcevo was up from Guide
(Jirl wanted at Halo's restaurant,
Dr. C. R Cross of Franklin was in
the city Tuesday.
"Esmeralda" next Monday night at
the opera house.
Dr. Heck was up from Superior the
lii st of the week.
Mrs. A. J. Waskom was down from
Will Mitchell has returned to bis
home in Lincoln.
Oliver Hedge departed Thursday
for North Platte.
L. P. Albright was in Lincoln the
Napoiiee, out missed them at the do
J. L Miner is recovering slowly from
hts recent -dekuess although he is yet
unabln to cat sol d food
Will and Grant Bailey leave today
for Lincoln, where they will attend tho
Lincoln business college.
A. K. S-rohm of Uiverton is working
for K It Maudcvillc. while tho latter
is laid up with a lame hand.
Mrs ,1. T. It iiu ford and her trimmer,
Miss May S'llurs, returned from
Omaha Wednesday evening.
.John Tompson and Nello Itusoy,
both of Cowlcs, woio married Wednes
day by County Judge Keenoy.
Prof. Hodgeman of Lincoln, state
inspector of high schools, paid a visit
to the Ited Coud schools Thursday.
Fok Sai.k An excellent fenced
pasture; running water. Inquire of
D It Spatiogle. Mch. it
Don't, forget to insure your property
agitinst lire, lightning and cyclones
with L. II. Fort, agent, Dninerell block.
"Itilh" Perry left tho first of the
week for Kansas City, where he will be
with Van Ainburg's bill posting squad
Jjike Noll of Wib'ox, Nebraska, an
old resident of Ited Cloud, wascirculat
ing among friends here the first of the
Crooked creek got out of ita banks
Thursday morning and it is reported
that tho Itepubliciin river is rapidly
S K Whittakcr Inn returned to St.
Lou. s lifter a visit with relatives here.
His wife and children will remain for a
Dr. Johnston, ono of the government
veterinaiy surgeons stationed at Mo
Cook, visited with Dr. Ashor the first,
of tho week.
The family of ,J. S. Whito will leave
the first of next week for Lincoln,
where they expect to make their home
in the future.
first of the week.
J. E liutlor nnd John Storey were
down from Cowles.
J. V. Thompson was down from
Fred Newhouse is suffcriug from a
severely si rained leg.
Face massage and ladies' shampoo,
at Hayes' barber shop.
Dwight Wilson of Superior spout
Sunday in Ited Cloud.
Take your poultry and hides to
Plumb. Top prices paid.
Mrs E. M Crone and daughter are
guests of Wrs. C. It. Crone.
William Hiove, the Guide Heck hotel
man, was in town Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Huubell were over
from Lebanon last Saturday.
George Overing was in Blue Hill on
business the first of the wecK.
Win. Ueiher, stock buyer at Itladon,
was in K.-d Cloud this morning.
Mrs. S. ltuckwith's mother died at
Three Rivers, Michigan, Tuesday.
Mrs. Peter Conover is home from Mc
Cook, where she spent tho winter.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cuter loft
Siturday for tho'r homo in Juniata.
"Esmeralda" will appear at tho opera
bouso Monday evening, February 27.
Mrs. Gcorgo Morhart anil son return"
aa Sunday from a visit in Guide Hock.
Julius Wilbor and Bert McNitt ex
pect to leave for California next week.
Mrs. Hoy Zint and Mrs. Hervey Con
over of McCook aro visiting in Red
Miss Mary P. tersou is homo from an
extended visit in the eastern part of
Mrs. Will Greenlee of Guide Rock
visited at tho homo of J. 11. Bailey
L. H. Rust and wife canio ho.uofrom
thoir trip through tho south last Fri
F. 1 Hadloy for wallpaper and
paint. Tainting and paporhanging
$3.50 per day.
Mr. and Mrs. Kyle of Bladon aro
visitiofc with Mrs. Kyle's parents, Her
man Feis and wifo.
C. W. Roush, representing tho Grand
Island Business college, was In town
the first of tho. week.
J. It. Gosson, the Pawnee City borso
buyer, shipped a car of horses from
Red Cloud Thursday.
W. W. Chinnock of Falls City, tho
Burlington lineman, was in Red Cloud
the first of tho wojfc.
Onu Robb has resigned his job as
Jriver of tho street ear and returned to
(lis homo in Mt. Clnro.
John W. Tulloys came down from
Lincoln Friday night to see his mother
and broihor before their departure for
W. E Rife has purchased an interest
in tho Blue Valloy Fruit Company of
Beatrice and will soon g on tho road
for tho company.
Juke Cohn, ono of tho burglars who
robbed Poto Shea's storo at Orleans
and gained his liberty through the in
sanity dodge, was again lodged in the
Red Cloud jtil last Sunday, where he
Get N N N
By trading with us for
the year 1905.
We have the largest
and most complete as
sortmentment of hard
ware in the Republican
Come in and see for
Our Harness stock is
complete in every re
spect and we have the
goods to prove it.
Our New Year offer
ing is a first-class iA
complete with collars,
Get Right. Trade with Us
will remain until taken to 1 111 peniten
tiary. Mrs. F. It. Hale and children, who
have boon visitii.g relatives in this
county, loft Tuesday for their homo in
Charloy LeuzUir and John Wilson
li'ivo formed a partnership ii the car
pouter business mul are building a
shop for themselves.
George Smith went to Woodlake,
Nobraska, Thursday for a vi-it with a
brother and sister whom he has not
seen for many years.
C. S. Quick of MeCook, brother-in-law
of Win. Parkes, was in Red Cloud
Saturday on his way home from St.
Jno, where ho had been with cat'le.
There's a orotty girl in an Alpine hat,
A sweeter gin with 11 sailor brini,
But. the handsomest girl you'll evnroo
Is the seuible girl who uses Rocky
mountain lea. J. I, Citling.
Too Ciiikk bus an almost (nmpleto
life of the senate nnd house rolls, fut
nished by Cdonel IC.iloy, which those
interested aro invited ti call and in
spect. Charles Hodges, Harry Vaughn, J.S
Drake and 1 B. Colvln came up from
Guide Rock Friday night to assist, the
Masons of this city in conferring de
grees. The building formerly occupied by
ltusheo's saloon has been condemned
by the city council, notice to that effect
being posted on the door Thursday
Will It. Lovo of Lincoln, Grand
Keeper of Records and S-als of the
Nebraska Knights of Pythias, was in
Red Cloud Wednesday night on lodge
R"v. Win Huiiptumnn, former pastor
of the Congregational church in this
city, lias resigned the pastorate of tho
church at Alma and will take up the
practice of law.
Frederick O. Garvin and Fannie A.
inner 01 uiverton wore married at
the Congregational parsonage in this
city Wednesday afternoon. Riv
G, II. Rice ofliciatiug.
Next Sunday morning at tho Congre
gational church the pastor will present
tho theme: "Life Abundant." Evening:
"Absalom: A character study "
Everyone cordially invited.
Tho lecture oiven bv William S.
Battis, the Dickens impersonator, at
the Congregational church last Friday
night, was ono of the m-ist enjoyable
entertainments of the season.
Sherman Rupard and family of Paw
nee county, cousin of Clarence Lewis,
arrived in Ited C oud Wulnesday even
ing. Mr. Rupard will farm the old
John M. Chapin placo this year.
Remember tho come d y-d r a m a
"Esmeralda, or North Carliny Folks,"
will bo given by homo talent at tho
opera house Monday evening, Febru
ary 27. Get your tickets a Grice'd.
Drs. Weirick & Riddile of Hastings
will meet eye, ear, noso and throat
patients at the ollico of Dr. Creighton
in Red Cloud, February 24. Do not
get these doctors confused with Dr. J-
Beautiful eyes and handsome face
at eloquent commendations. Bright
eyes aro windows to a woman's heart.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea makes
bright, eyes. .'15 conts, Tea or Tablets.
C. L. Cotting.
J. H. Bailey is now ready to make
farm loans in Webster, Smith and
Jewell counties at tho lowest rates and
best terms ever given in these counties.
Oytional payments with all loans.
Call on or write to him.
Mrs. Al. Slaby, who was opctatcd
upon in Denver last weok for a severo
case of gall stone, is recovering from
tho operation. Tho surgeons removed
one very largo stone and more than
ono hundred small ones.
It makes no difference how many
medicines have failed to euro you, if
you are troubled with headache, con
stipation, kidney, liver troubles, Hollis
tor's Rooky Mountain Tea will make
you well. C. L. Cotting.
There will be a meeting of tho stock
holders of the Red Cloud Creamery
association at the courthouse tho first
Saturday in March, at 2 p. ra. All
members aro urged to bo present.
E. B.Swift, astronomor and scientist,
will give tho fifth of a series of lycouin
entertainments in the Congregational
church on March G. It will ba a dem
onstrated scientifio lecture and will bo
of especial interest to students.
Mrs. J. 11. Walsh left Thursday for
her homo in Helena, Montana, after
sponding tho wiuter with her parents,
J. A. Itoid and wifo. She was accom
panied as far as Grand Island by hoi:
sister Delia and Miss Grace Andorson.
Attorney A. B. Riteuey, Roy Garbor
aiul Arthur Roby wont to Franklin'
See this Great Mill Grind
Flour on March p, 10 and 1 1
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M. A. Albright,
'She Grocer I
First ' Quality ' Goods
Reasonable 3 Prices
Red Cloud, - Nebraska
Wednesday evening to bo present at
the hearing in the suit against the
members of tho Red Cloud football
team to recover a board bill contracted
Hon. Charles Besse has been suggest
ed as a candidate for mayor. We
understand, however, that tho only
ollico which ho is willing to accept is
that of ninht watch. If there over was
a "heaven-born" night watch, Charley
Besso is that man, and ho should be
given the job.
During tho time the heavy snow war
on the ground many persons dumped
their ashes.and garbage noar tho curb
ing and as a consequence tho gutters
aro badly choked, making tho drainage
poor. There is an ordinance against
this practice, and property owners and
occupants should bo notified to remove
the rubbish from the gutters and give
the water a chance to drain off.
Notice Hoiisemkn l'hn C. E. Ship
pen sain at Moon ranch, 2J miles west
of Red Cioud, will tako placo March 2.
I wish to stay to my patrons that this
i absolutely the host lot of horses that
I have over bad tho pleasuro ot soiling;
and further 1 will guarantee that every
purchaser will bo treated on the square
as I know Mr. Shippen to bo strictly
honorable. A description of these
horses is unnecessary; they aro simply
first-class. Ciiab. Winkukv.
New Show Window.
Tuesday afternoon a now pinto glass
window was put in the storo room of
tho Cowden-Knley Clothing company
to replace tho one cracked by fire
during tho holidays. The window was
afterward broken by n boy falling
through it while dodging a snowball.
Tho loss on tho old one was covorod
by insurance. Tho new glass is about
a quarter of an inch thick,
iii both Nebraska and Kansas. To
make suro that you can got lowest in
terest and best optional payments of
mo, got tho vory best terms you can of
others, and then como and soo me. I
am suro I will mako your loan.
C. F. Cathkb, Rod Cloud, Nob.
The Chief and tho Wookly State
Journal ono year for $1, till March 1.
of Freeport, HI., and the
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster County.
Look up your policy
and see me.
O. C. TEEL,
Phone 08. Red Cloud.
To the Public
Having purchased Chas.
Wadoll's meat market, we
extend to you a hearty iu
vitation visit us and becomo
bettor acquaintod nnd also,
when looking for good first
class moat, wo ask you to
give us u trial.
Wo are satisfied wo can
wo can pleaso you.
Yours for business,
FEIS & SEARS
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