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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1905)
5 You always get Wearing Results if you get the 5!
g genuine DAIX STACKERS or SWEEPS. They g
J2 are STRONG and have been tried. I have the S
S Renuine DAIX goods. Anyone else in this town i
IS claiming to have the Dain goods is imposing on you.
S See that it reads "Dain Mfg. Co." on your stacker g
;-5: when you buy one and you will have the BEST. &
L'lumb 1ms Hetl Cloud Hour,
titl Taylor Is homo from Lincoln.
Try tluit ciilf meal (it Caldwoll's.
(io to Fred I'lumb's for Hour or food.
Dr. E. A. Thomas, dentist, Damcrell
Art Sheeloy was up from Guide Hock
Fred Starr was down from Bivorton
G G. Hoit wus down from C )wles
Mrs. J. C. Myers is in Guide Rick
Mrs. A. T. Walker is on the sick list
Miss Edith MeKeighan is home from
Dr. Thomas and family spent Sun
lny in Cuwles.
Cans Starke was in Kansas City the
lifnt of the week.
Miurieo Groat left for Chicago
Simeon Thomas spent Sunday with
his parents at Cowle?.
Kaanklin defeated Inavalo Sunday
bv a score of 17 to 10
L. H. Kelso was down from Frank
lin the close of last week.
Howard Watson was over from
North Branch Monday.
Lew Walters left Tuesday morning
for Hayes City, Kansas.
Misses Com and Lorn Weesnor are
visiting the Potter girls.
Face massage and ladies' shampoo
at Hayes' barber shop.
Ci A. Gaunt and wifo were down
from Blue Hill Sunday.
This Stacker will olovato hay 28
foot high and place it anywhere
on an lSxll) rick.
A horse walks half tho distance
loss than on an overshot stacker.
This is not u hay dumpor, us most
stackers, are, but will put your hay
where you want it, and saves one
man on tho stack.
Wanted Girl for housework. In
(juire of E II Newhouse.
Hon. J. L. GrandstalY was down
from Bladen Wednesday.
Take your poultry and hidos to
l'lumb. Top prices paid.
Mrs. Lydia Bail'ty is visiting at the
h tine of her son, J. II. Bailey.
Robert Fortune has resigned his
position on tho street car lino.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Boitler wore
down from Cowles Wednesday.
Miss Lois Popo went to Superior
Wednesday morning for a visit.
John Tomlinsou has accepted a posi
tion in Albright's furniture store.
Miss Viola Ward departed for Port
ami, Oregon, Tuesday evening.
Tho lied Cioud base ball boys will
play in Franklin on tho Fourth.
Dr. II. E Asher was in Grand Island
and Kearney tho first of tho week.
Georgo Benso went to Denver Mon
day evening to spend tho summer.
Gus Catthadal pnd two gjhs were up
from Superior Wednesday morning.
W. G. Bohanan of Lincoln was in
town Monday on insurance business.
Miss lone Albright left Mcnday for
a two weeks visit in Toronto, Canadti,
Mr. and Mrs J. C. Wolf returned
from Greenwood Wednesday evening.
Lewis Bruuko of Holdrogo was in tho
riti Miiu ivt lr 'lQltinrr ATSaa M cwi Kn'
""i " "t n"iis "" '" ru
lers. Plumb tho feed man will pay you tho
highest price for poultry, eggs and
L. P. Albiight. has boon elected pres
ident of tho state Sunday school asso
ciation. Mrs. Bert Kaloy and children loft
Wednesday for a visit at her formet
homo in Ohio.
Ben P. Bunks of Campbell was in
town Saturday and mado this ofliuo a
Loroy Phillips of Omaha is in Bed
Cloud this wook visiting with the
Mrs. Glick of Bivorton and Miss
Fi sti r of Bloomingtou wore in Bed
Mrs. M A. Albright and little child
went to Franklin Friday night for a
visit with relatives.
Mrs. A. Galusha nnd daughter "Pat"
of Lincoln arrived in Bed Cloud last
night for a visit.
Mrs Joseph Kubick anil two sons
of McCook aro visiting with relatives
in Bed Cloud this week.
You can now take your annual bath.
Tho tubs at Mauspoakor's barber shop
aro again in working ordor.
For rent After July 1, residence,
corner Cedar street and Third avenue.
Inquire at Nowhouso's store,
Tho now cement walk in front of
Minor Bros., tho postolllco and
Cowdon-Kaloy's is well under way.
Work on tho comont walk in front
of Frank Smith's and Harry Engols'
i gkuiu nt-j uiita ii jttuau(ij
Tho now cement walk around thu
Bontloy block has been completed and
is a big improvement.
Misses Josie Noriis and Winifred
Sherman left th first of tho week for
an outing in Colorado.
Ernest Starke left Saturday morn
ing for Milwaukee to attend tho carni
val and visit at homo.
C D. Robinson, Will Koon and
Cloyd Cuiiiiiiings returned from Lin
coln the first of the week.
Hampton Wisecarver returned from
the west Saturday morning, where he
has been for several weeks.
Atieil and Luther Crabill departed
V i id ly evening for bait Lake City, to
bi gono for several weeks.
Mr. and Mi's. Meyer of Alma snout
Sunday in Bed Cloud with Mrs.
Meyer's sister, MUs Jessie Wert.
Mrs. Anna Stpp left the close of this
week for Pueblo, Colo., where she will
reside in the future with her son.
Don't forgot to insure jour property
against niv, iigiiiiiiiig ami cyeiones
with L. II. Fort, agent, Damerell block.
A. G. Winii'T of Holbrook, Neb ,
was in Bed Cloud Wednesday. Mr.
Winner spent the winter of 1878 here.
Ca-1 Ferguson of Orleans attended
the Fort-Gardr.er wedding Tuesday,
lie returned homo Wednesday morn
Mr'. Daisy Beach and little baby of
Denver aro in Bed Cloud, visiting
with her sister, Mrs. 1'. Herigstad tin J
Mrs. S. Fox of Wyninro is vi-iting
her mother, Mrs. W. Barken. She whs
accompanied by her sister-in-law, Miss
I. 1). Bichardyon of Albin, la., is
visiting with his brother-in law, Ed
Amack, and other relatives in this
Mrs. J O. Wiles was in the city
Tuesday attending tlio wedding of hir
sister, Miss Nolle Fort, to Dr. Gardner,
Rev. and Mr?. C. E. Davis and two
children departed Tuesday morning
for a risit with Mrs. Davis' parents in
Station Agent MoUarl and wifo went
t McCook Siturday night. Mr. Me
Cnrl returned home Monday, and Mrs.
Guai d Plates
We carry a complete line
to fit all Mowers.
These are A No. i goods
and will give the best of
We have also a
that is a sickle grinder
every sense of the word.
It grinds the heel as well
as the point of the section;
will sharpen old sickles
good as new. Ask to see
it and you will be con
vinced. Our PRICES on sickle
and sections are RIGHT.
We mean what we say.
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Com fort able
We have loads of Summer Com
fort in store for the man who comes
to us for relief.
TWO-PI ECIi SUITS
Prices reasonable for everything
always accompanied by our regular
First Door North of R. 0.f Red Cloud
McCurl remained for a few weeks
Mrs. J. W. Auld and Mrs. Norman
Mori Hon aro attending tho state
meeting of the 1 E. O.'s at Clay Cen
ter this week.
Miles Doylo and Mrs. Matt Dean
returned from Oregon, Monday morn
ing, biinging with thorn Jack Doyle's
four small children.
Bov. Hutching of C'wles. while
assisting in decorating the church one
day last week, fell from a stop ladder
and broke his wrist in two places.
Mrs. Elizabeth Corbott and Miss
Goldio Haggard, mother and niece of
John Corbett, arrived from Arthur,
111., Wednesday morning for a visit,
Mrs. Joseph Fogel and children left
Tuesday evening for Portland, Oregon,
whore they will visit the Lewis and
Clark Exposition and visit with rela
tives. Next wook A. Morliart will put down
a cement walk in front of his building,
completing tho peunanont walk along
tho block on tho west side of '.ho
In a gamo of ball at Inavalo Sunday
Franklin won from Inavalo by a score
of 17 to 10. Thuisday afternoon Ina
valo won from Bloomington by u score
of (i to 8.
Mrs. Louisa Zuborbuhlor of Guido
Bock was in Boil Cloud Monday, hav
ing just returned from a visit to tho
Lewis and Clark exposition, and Red
Dr. Wan ick, late of Now York oyo
and ear hospital, will ho at Dr. Darner
ell s oilice, Tuesday, Juno 87, to meet
eye, ear, noso and throat patients and
those needing glasses correctly fitted.
Guy Day dropped a barrel of butter
on his foot Saturday night and is now
limping around. Wo thought Guy
know bettor than to attempt to hold
up a 200 pound barrel with Ids toos.
If you want u pretty face and delight
Bosy cheeks and lovoly hair,
Wedding trip across tho sea,
rut your laiin in ivouKy iujuuiuih
Tea. C L Cotting.
Brother Hosmor of tho Advertiser is
now a grand-dad, a son having been
born to Mr. and Mr.-". Charles Whit
akor Sunday. Hosmor should now let
his whiskers grow and quit dyeing his
Mrs. G. W. Lindsoy doparted Satur
day morning for Omaha. Sho was
accompanied by her daughter, Mrs.
Mabel Thompson, nnd little baby, who
havo boon hero visiting from Grand
Tired out, worn out woman cannot,
oat or work; seems as if sho would lly
to piocos. Hollistet'd Rocky M mntain
Toi makes strong norvos and rich
blood. 3."j cents, Tea or Tablets. C.
Tho following themes will bo pre
sented at tho Congregational church
on Sundav morning. "Not I, but
Christ-," evening, "To Whom Shall
We Gov" Aftornoou mooting at
Hay and teed at I'lumb's.
Makes digestion and assimilation
perfect. Makes new red blood and
bono. That's what Hollistor's Bocky
Mountain Tea will do. A tonic for tho
sick and weak. Ii5 cents, Tea or Tab
lots. C L Cotting.
Frank Beiglo, tho 10-yoar-old boy,
who was kicked and histon to death by
a in till) near Naponee a few weeks ago,
was a brother of tho Beiglo boy who is
now making his home with Al Slaby.
Tho latter did not know of his
brothel's death until this wook.
W. B. Satinder-), who last wook pur
chased tho stock and business of tho
Traders Lumber Co. from F. E Goblo,
is making some rep lira and improve
ments in his ollico building which wilt
add greatly -to its appearance. Mr.
Saunders and family will go to house
keeping as soon as a suitable houso
can bo secured.
Tlioro is a worthless young man in
this town who has fioquontly
''worked" tho business men and
others in all sorts of underhand
method', securing money, etc., for
prospective base ball games, and using
their names to secure mouoy and
goods. On two or three occasions ho
has narrowly missed landing in jail,
but sympathy for his parents has thus
far saved him. It cannot last much
longer, howovor, und ono of those
days this boy will find himself , I joking
through prison bars from tho wrong
sido. His strongest hold is "gi lifting"
upon new men who o mo t) town and
are not aware of his record, and tho
list now business man to arrivo in our
midst was "worked" for $3 in this
manner Tho next off iiise in this lino
will call for the publication of the
young man's uamo and the record of
his tiansactious, so far as they aro
To the Public
Wadoll's moat market, we
extend to you a hearty iu
vitation visit us and become
bettor acquainted und also,
when looking for good first
class meat, wo ask you to
givo us a trial.
Wo aro satisfied wo can
wo canploase you.
Yours for busiuoss,
FEIS & SEARS
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