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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 14, 1905)
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You always get Wearing Results if you get the
g genuine DAIN STACKERS or SWEEPS. They gj
f are STRONG and have been tried. I have the S'.
1 genuine DAIN goods. Anyone else in this town :
- claiming to have the Dain goods is imposing on you. J!
jS See that it reads "Dain Mfg. Co." on your stacker g
2 when you buy one and you will have the BEST. i;
I JAMES PETERSON.
Hay and feed at Plumb's.
Wilber Potersou is in Denver.
Dr. E. A. Thomas, dentist, Dameroll
Dr. J. T. liomford is homo from
Dr. Wegman was down from Bladen
Girl Wanted Apply at Hale's res
Kd Hilton of Blue Hill was in town
Base ball enthusiasm seems to bo on
Mayor Dickonson was in Hastings
O. O. Tei-1 was in Lincoln tho first
of the weik.
Leo Columbia was up from Guide
Win. Fulton of Campboll was in
A. H. Keonoy visited with his parents
in Cowles Sundny.
Fred Sears returns to his homo in
Face massago and ladies' shampoo
at Hayes' barber shop.
Ernept Starko returned from Mil
waukee last Thursday.
Miss Maggie Leonard was down
from Rivorton Monday.
Take your poultry and hides to.
Plumb. Top prices paid.
Finnk Harmon returned to his
home in Auburn Tuesday.
John Rutlodgo arrived homo from
Fair bury Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Boyd are tho
parents of a now girl baby.
Dr. and Mrs. T. 11. Hall of Cowles
wore in lied Cloud Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Piatt wont to
Denver t'io first of iho weok.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Boner aro tho
proud parents of a baby girl.
Out of !0 Insurnnoo Compnnios
doing business in Webster
County tho Gecman of Free
port pays one-third of tho taxes
and has over ."J00 policies in
force. Tho Farmers' Mutual of
Nobraska is tho largest Mutual
in the state, with over three
quarters of a million dollars iu
surauco in Webster couuty.
for Good insurance
O. C. TEEL,
The Inavule boys aro playing a game
of base ball in Suporior today.
Arthur Myers returned from Lin
coln and Kansas City Tuesday.
A. T. Walker was iu Rivorton and
Campboll tho first of tho wook.
Lnslio Graves departed for LaJuntn,
Colorado, tho first of tho wook.
Mi-s Dtisy Phillips loft Saturday
morning for Goodland, Kansas.
Mrs. Uobort Fortune returned home
from Hebron Tuesday morning.
Miss Georgia Gnrd roturned Satur
day from a visit iu Beloit, Kansas.
Misses Mnudo Hooves and Addio Ely
wore up from Guide Hock Tuesday.
Mrs. C. L. Cottiug wont to Guide
Rock Tuesday to visit Mrs. D. Jones.
Kx-County Commissioner Wilson
was in town Wedno'dry on business.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E Pond of Lincoln
aro in tho city this weok visiting rela
tives. Plumb tho feed man will pay you the
highest prico for poultry, eggs and
Charles Bonnott was down from
Cowles on business tho first of thf
Tho street sprinkler is again doing
business after an absonco of several
It. B. Kummer departed Thursday
noon on a business trip to North
Chas Crabill arrived homo from
Lincoln Sunday morning for a two
John Yaplo d parted Tuesday for a
fow days' visit at his homo in Marys'
Henry Houohin will return to Mc
Cook this week, whoro ho has a job
with tho B. & M
Mrs. Ina Wickwiro and daughter
Vera of McCook visited with tho
Fearns this wook.
Eton Fearn and wlfo of Haigler,
Nob., visited in Rod Cloud and vicin
ity tho past wook.
Mrs Lyra C Garbor has live good
milch cows which will bo sold at a
bargain if taken soon.
Mrs. M. I. Roynolds of Hebron is in
Rod Cloud visiting with her son, F. E
Roynolds and family.
Ed Harman, traveling salesman for
the Blue Valley Fruit Co , of Boatrico
was in town Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Richardson re
turned Wednesday from a month's out
ing on tho Pacific coast.
Paul Dickson returned to Now Jor
sory Thursday, after a pleasant visit
in tho city with friends.
Mrs. F B. Pitnoy departed Wodnos.
day morning for a month's visit with
her parents at Bunkelman.
You can now tako your annual bath.
Tho tubs ut Manspoakor's barber shop
are again in working order.
Mr. and Mrs. John Butler and
daughter Myrtle aro the gnosis of tho
former's son, "Jack" Butler.
IJI'IIIUI VIUllllllW 1IC1 in 11A j.Ul lIll Ill'llltJ
from Chicago today and will resume
his work in the Nation ofllco.
For ront After July 1, roslilonoo,
corner Cedar street and Third av( nuo.
Inquire t Nuwbouso's store,
R Miss Alico Coombs lohirtied from
Crete last week, whoro sho has been
(attending school tho past yoar.
Misses Mattio and Clara Abel have
roturcul home, after a two weeks
visit in Chicago and WUconsin.
Dr. aud Mrs. T, B. Myers anil little
baby have nrrhid from St. Joo and
tho Dr. expects to locate in Red Cloud.
Don't forgot to insure your pl'oporty
against fire, lightning and cyclones
with L. 11. Fort, agont, Dameroll block
Llowellyn King and Charley Pharos
succeeded in breaking ono of M. A.
Albright's windows Wodi:oday after
noon. Miss May Winters returned to her
homo iu Lincoln this morning, after
a pleasant visit with Mends in Red
On tho seond pago of today's paper
will bo found some interesting figures
concerning rural route business out of
Mr. Jennie Monro and daughter-in-law,
Mis. Maltha Moore, wont to Don
vee Sunday for a visit with friends
Miss M'ltin Yeagor and George
Chiekoring have returned to their
In mo iu Illinois, after a visit with
W D. Ayers and family left Tuesday
for Almer.a, Kansas, where Mr. Ayers
has a position as head clerk iu a now
Dr. Gardner nnd wife roturned to
their homo iu Wymore Sunday, after a
few days visit at tho homo of Mr. and
Mrs. L. 11. Fort.
A W. Holmgrain returned Friday
from a visit in Clay county. Ho says
they have had as much water there as
wo have had hero.
Word has been rocoivod in Red
Cloud of the death, last Friday, of tho
infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry
Lee, at Goodland, Kansas.
Brooks Fenrn, who is now running
a photograph gallery at McCook,
accompanied by his wife, visited i da
tives in Red Cloud tiiis week.
A full line of elegant
patterns and some good
values, of extra heavy
weave and pretty col
ors. The prices on these
Hammocks are right;
you can see for your
self if you will examine
If you ever needed a
nice Hammock you will
need it now.
Don't wait until the
summer is gone; enjoy
these nice evenings in
one of our Hammocks
and your life will be
full of happiness.
REMEMBER THE PLACE
We think our Clothes take the topmost position
in every particular. For STYLE, FIT, QUALITY
and WORKMANSHIP, we believe our Clothing is
generally conceded, even by our competitors, to be
Clothing of unusual excellence. The same careful
attention is given to the style, fit and dependable
quality of our $io suits as of our $20 garments.
We Hate Unreliable Clothing
Come in and let us convince you that we have the
right Clothing at the RIGHT PRICE.
Gomdefl-Kaley Glothing Go.,
First Door North of Posotff Ice, Red Cloud, Neb.
Hon. C. W. Kaley has been appoint
ed one of tho Nebraska delegates to
tho Trans-Mississippi Coinmoroinl
Congress at Portland, Oregon.
Mr and Mrs. II. E Grico and child
ren nnd Miss Nollo Sherman wont to
Longmont.Colo., Sunday for a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Ward Hintt.
Ray MeCarl, of McCook. privato
secretary to Hon. G. W. Norris, was
in Rd Cloud Siturday nnd Sunday,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. E. MeCarl.
Dr. E. A. Thomas will lcavo next
weok for a throo wcoks' outing in
Colorado, Mr?. Thomas will visit in
Nelson during hor husband's absence.
Miss Jessie Duekor entertained a few
friends at her homo in tho west part
of the city Wednesday evening. An
enjoyable time was had by thoso
C S Palmer, A. A. Frame, A. John
son and Harry Drown wont out to
John Hnrdwick's this weok, whoro
they aro building a new 20,000 bushel
Vio Mansponkor is tho proud posses
sor of a now satiu-iinish Conn cornet.
You may expect to hear all kinds of
music from tho roar end of tho barber
shop in tho near future
Marshal Kinsel arrested a crippled
hobo Wednesday noon. Ho was about
"all in" when tho marshal grabbed
him. Ho was hauled to prison in Al
Aultz'8 "patrol" wrgon.
Tho city water was cut oft Monday
for tho purpose of allowing tho street
commissioner to chango tho position
of tho hydrant at tho cornor of Third
avenue and Webster street.
It will bo only a short timo now
until there will bo permanent walks in
front of nil tho bus'ness housos on
Webster strct Tho work is being
pushed as rapidly as possible
Tho first fatal automobile accident
in this city occurred lato yesterday
evening, when Peterson's machine ran
over and killed Will Koon's dog, at
Fourth avenuo and Wol ster street.
Wo educate for businojs. Our gradu
ates are successful. For particulars
address the principal of tho commer
cial department of Campbell College.
W. S. Pritchott, Holtoti, Kan. jul28
Dr. and Mrs. A. T. Huhbell of Chi
cago were in Red Cloud this week.
Dr. Ilubboll was negotiating with ono
of our physicians with a view to pur
chasing his practice and locating hero,
Whoro aro you sick? Headache,
foul tonguo, no appotio, lack energy,
pmn in your stomach, constipation.
Hollisters Rocky mountain tea will
make and keep you well. 35 cents.
C. L. Cotting.
Mrs. S. Bookwith and daughter
Mabel were thrown from thoir buggy
Wednesday afternoon by tho horse
becoming frightened and running
away. They escaped serious injury,
but tho vehicle was almost completely
Beautify your omploxion wit'i littlo
cost. If you wish a smooth, clear,
cream-like complexion, rosy cheeks, I
laughing eyes, tako HolliHtor's Rocky
mountain tea, greatest boautiiior
known. JJ5 contH. C. L. Cotting.
Fivo ncros in edge of Lincoln; fino
houso nnd other buildings; all kinds of
fruit; near Htreet car line; clear and
titlo perfect. Vnluo SflOOO. Will ex
change for land property. Dr. T. M.
Triplott, 41th street and Normal Blvd.
Not n cont wanted unless you are
cured. If you aro sick nnd niling,
tako llollistor's Rocky Mountain ten.
A groat blessing to tho human family.
Makes you well kuops you well. .'J5
cents, tea or tablets. C. L. Cottiug.
There will be an ico cream social nt
the home of Mrs. F. L. Smith, Tiles
day evening. July 18. Program, road
iug, Miss Hancock; duet, Misses Roby
nnd Hancock; Solo, Mnrcolino Long-
tin; duet Misses R ss and GriiToth;
recitation, Lucilo Stropp; Solo, Mrs.
Having decided to locato hero in
Rod Cloud, I am proparod to do any
kind of eoinont work cisterns, side
walks, foundations and ensos, or nny
fancy work, and having had eight
years' experience in tho comont busi
ness lean givo tho best of references.
Prices reasonnblo. C. 11. Conklin. tf
"Uncle" Joshua Brubakcr, who is
past 80 3 oars of oge, is doing oarpontor
work on tho now M. E. church build
ing. Ho has boon doing carpenter
in this county for more than twenty
live yoars, and ho has to keop at work
to 'avoid growing old." Ho can still
do as gooJ a day's work as most men
half his ago.
M. A. Albright will not movo h's
grocery storo into tho Pot tor buildinr,
having purchased tho lot on which his
building now stands. This week John
Barkloy has boon raising tho building
nnd a now foundation has been put in.
At no distant day Mr. Albright oxpoots
to put up a substantial brick building
to replace the fiatno building ho now
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine tab
lots. All druggists refund tho money
if it fails to euro. E. W. Grove's signa
ture is on each box. 25c.
I am well prepared
to make Farm Loans
in Webster, Smith and
Jewell counties at low
est rates, either for five
or ten years, with best
Loans safely and
carefully made for par
ties having private
J. EL BAIJjEY,
RED CLOUD, - - NEBRASKA
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