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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1905)
5 You always get Wearing Results if you get the J5
4:J genuine DAIN STACKERS or SWEEPS. They g
. are STRONG and have been tried. I have the g
genuine DAIN goods. Anyone else in this town !
' i..: : . i i. i-v . i ?
-S maiming to nave me uain gooas is imposing on yuu.
IS See that it reads "Dain Mfg. Co." on your stacker it
when you buy one and you will have the BEST.
Hay and feed at Plumb's.
Go to Fred Plumb's for Hour or feed.
F. H. (iorlach was in town this wook
L P. Albright was in Omaha Thurs
day. Dr. E. A. Thomas, dentist, Dameroll
Girl Wanted Apply at Halo's res
taurant. A Arnold of Inavalo was in town
Adair Galusha returned to Lincoln
Snow Williams was down from Riv
J. H. Greenhalgh was down from
F. C. Windniayor returned to Lin
Elinor Davis was over from Esbon,
W. R. Anderson of Bladen was in
Ernest Bierhouso of Campbell was
in town this week.
Roy Teel went to Lincoln Thursday
morning for a visit.
' Walter White returned to Lincoln
Grant Usher was up from Superior
the first of the week.
Homer Morgan was down from Alma
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cowden are
liome from Colorado.
W. Richard and wife wore up from
Guide Rock Saturday.
Miss Nelle Sherman is homo from
Face massage and ladies' shampoo
at Hayes' barber shop.
A. P. Ely ani wife returned to Mc
Cook Sunday evening.
Take your poultry and hidos to
Plumb, Top prices paid.
H G. Sawyer nnd wife were down
from Inavalo Wednesday.
Out of 50 Insurance Compnnies
doing business in Webster
County tho Gocman of Free
port pays ono-third of the taxes
and has over 500 policies in
force. Tho Farmers' Mutual of
Nebraska is tho largest Mutual
in the state, with over three
quarters of a million dollars in
surance in Webster county.
For Good Insurance
O. C. TEEL,
Plumb sells Blue Hill flour.
M ss Anna Fountain departed for
Suporior Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. R-ill of Crelo
weio in Red Cloud Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Sutton aro tho
proud parents of a baby boy.
Ralph VanCleef is back at his old
chair in Hayes' barber shop.
Henslee Robinson returned to his
home in Denver Friday evening.
Mrs. C F. Gund and children
Blue Hill are in tho city visiting.
Red Cloud was well represented
tho Riverton street fair this week.
C. B. Halo conducted a leUaurant at
the Riverton street fair this week.
Miss Sadie Evans expects to leave
for her homo in McCook Monday.
Earl Crabill departed Tuesday morn
ing for Siloam Spring-, Arkansas.
W. W. Ray and wife of Grand Is
land wore in tho city Wednesday.
Misses Elma and Hazel Holdrege
were down from Inavalo Monday.
Harry Hopkins of Cowles is niBtioat
ing at West Bloomliold, Now York.
Miss Jones of Lincoln is in tho city
visiting with J J. Carey and family.
Mrs. O E. Hughes of Hastings is
visiting with Red Cloud friends this
Plumb the feed man will pay you the
highest price for poultry, eggs and
M. A. Albright went to Omaha
Thursday to purchase a stock of dry
Work on tho excavation for W. H.
Tabor's new building began Monday
Mrs. Robert Garrison and Mrs.
Mooro of ttuido Rock woro in town
County Commissioner Richard is
building a now barn on bis farm near
Mr. and Mis Fred Mandovillo aro
tho parents of a baby boy, born Mon
Tho county commissioners aro finish
ing up the settlement with tho county
ofllcors this week.
Father Lougnot was called to. Balti
more, Md , tho first of the wook, by
the illness of a sistor.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turnuro and
children left Monday for an extended
visit at Marysvillo, Mo.
Mr. and Mis J. W. Warren depart
ed Thursday morning for a visit at
tbo Portland exposition.
Leopold Herburgor gave a danco at
tho M. W. A. hall Saturday ovonlng,
which was well attended.
Misses Josio Norris and Winnie
Sherman have returned from their
pleasure trip to Colorado.
E. L. McAllister of Beatrlco 'was in
tho city tho foro part of tho week visit
ing Miss Ethel Cummings.
You can now take your annual bath.
Tne tubs at Manspeaker's barber shop
are again in working ordor.
Miss Maude Kiiusuy of ilonklomnn
arrived in Red Cloud Thursday morn,
ing for a visit with relatives.
Mrs. Mabel Thompson of Grand Is
land is in tho city visiting hor parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lindsov.
Mrs. J. W. Runshey uamo down
from Ashland, Neb., tho first ot tho
week for a visit with friends,
For rent Aftor July 1, residence,
corner Cedar stroot and Third avenue
Inquiro at Newhouso's store.
Anson Garber U reported to bo im
proving rapidly under the beneficial
effects of tho Colorado climate.
Charles Crabill returned to his
duties in Lincoln Sunday morning,
uftff a two weeks visit at homo.
Mrs John Cobb ami children were
up from Guidu,Rock this week visiting
with Mr. and Mrs J. W. Kinsul.
Mrs. O Tool and daughter Fay
departed for Loigh, Nub , the first of
tho week for a visit with friends.
Mrs. J. O. Lindley wont to Riverton
this week to caru for her daughter-in-law,
who is ill with rheumatism.
Don't forgot to insure your property
against liro, lightning and cyclones
with L. H. Fort, agent, Dameroll block
Mrs. C A. Patton of Araphoe arrived
in Red Cloud Thursday morning for a
visit with hor friend, Mrs. F. E. Rey
nolds. Mrs. M I. Reynolds has returned to
her homo in Hebron, after a pleasant
visit with her son, F. E. Reynolds and
Miss Zulla Mooro returned to her
homo in Lincoln Wudnesdav morning.
She was accompanied by Miss Vera
Editor Tait of tho Argus has in
stalled a new gasolino engine in his
oilico with which to propol his
Dr. and Mrs. Gardner woro up from
Wymoro Wednesday attending tho
wedding of Miss Notto Fort and Mr.
Dr. J. E. Warrick will moot nyo, oar
nose and throat, patients at Dr. Dam
orell's oilico Thursday, August 10.
Eyes tested free.
Mrs. F. B. Pitney returned from
Benkleman Thursday morning, wlioro
she has been visiting hor parents the
past tbreo weeks.
A full line of elegant
patterns and some good
values, of extra heavy
weave and pretty colors.
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
Our Regular Annual
Inventory Is Over
We find we have a few Men's Odd
Suits and Pants left over from our
Spring and Summer business, which we
are anxious to dispose of.
We will make Special Low Prices on
this class of stuff in order to clean it up.
These goods are all new and clean and
are a bargain if there ever was one.
Halancc Men's and Hoyi' Straw Hats
at cost. Also some special Midsummer
Bargains in Men's Soft Shirts.
Come and see these goods. Three
months left to wear lightweight stuff.
Gowden-lfaley Glothing Go.,
First Door North of Posotfflce, Red Cloud, Neb.
Wo havo a limited numour of copies
of tho Nubrahka gamo and lish laws
which will bo given to the first persons
who call for them.
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Slrayor, father
and mother of C II. Strayer, weio up
from Mankato, Kan., Sunday for a
visit with their bon.
Lewis Fels and wife of Campbo 1 and
Frod Feis and wife of Bladon were in
Bed Cloud this week visiting with
L. H. Feis and family.
Mrs. Walter Boby gavo a danco
Tuesday evening at Potter's hall for
her cousin, Miss Kimsoy of Lincoln.
All enjoyed themselves.
Charles Fort of Omaha was homo
Wednesday in attendance at tho wed
ding of his sister, Misi Netto, to Carl
A. Ferguson of Orleans.
Lost Saturday, July 15, pocketbook
containing small amount of money,
botween town and rnilroad. Finder
please loavo at this oilico.
Mrs. I. E. Hood and daughter Una of
Orleans woro in tho city this week on
their way to Suporior, where thoy will
mako their future homo.
Dr. and Mrs. Collins, H. T. Fergu
son ami Airs. J. u. wuos anu son
Charles weio in Bed Cloud Wednesday
attending tho Fort-Ferguson wed
ding. James McGuiro announces that ho
and Mike Donovan aro booh to be
wedded. They would mako a hand
some couple, and wo congratulate
Elsewhere in today's paper will bo
found tbo semi-annual statement of
tno county treasurer. We recommond
it to tho careful consideration of our
L, A. Haskins has beon mentioned as
a possible candidato for county judge
on tbo Populist ticket. Ho would at
least be able to 1111 tho judge's chair, if
Mrs. J. A. Tulloys and son AUon
wero in Bed Cloud this wook, on their
way to Naponeo, from Lamed, Kan
sas. Msss Cjra Tulloys is also at
Campbell Hros.' first bill car, in
charge of W. E. Sands, was in Rod
Cloud Tuesday putting up paper for
tho appoaranco of tho show hero
Frank Cowden and Bert Kaloy will
go oast Sunday to purchaso tho fall
and winter stock for tho Cowden
Kaloy Clothing Co. Mr. Kaloy will
visit in Ohio before his roturn.
Miss Willa Gather arrived in Bed
Cloud Thursday morning and will
spend tho remaindor of tho summer
hero visiting hor parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. F. Cathor, and otinr relatives.
Wo oducato for business. Our gradu
ates aro suco38sful. For particulars
address tho principal of tho commer
cial department of Campboll College.
W. S. Prltchott, llolton, Kan. ju!28
Mn. George Beardsloo and sou Bon
havo returned from Colorado, whoro
thoy wont for tho benefit of tho lattor's
health. Ho could not withstand tho
high altitude, and was compelled to
Whoro aro you sick? Hoadacho,
foul tongue, no appotlto, lack onorgy,
pain in your stomach, constipation.
Holllstor's Bocky mountain tea will
mako and keep you woll. 85 cents.
C. L. Cottlng.
John W. Tulloys, stato examiner of
county treasurers, camo down from
Bloomington Monday, whoro ho had
been checking up tho Franklin county
treasurer. Ho returned to Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jenkins camo
over from Beatrice tho first of tho
week. Carl loft Monday for Abilene,
Kansas, whoro they will mako their
future homo. Mrs. Jenkins remained
for a visit with hor mothor, Mrs. Cum
mkgs. Having docided to locato hero in
Red Cloud, I am proparod to do any
kind of oomont work cistorns, side
walks, foundations and cases, or any
fancy work, nnd having had eight
years' cxporienco in tho cement busi
ness lean give tho best of references.
Prices reasonable C. 11. Conkmn. tf
Whilo tho Christian Volunteers wore
on tho street Friday night somo care
loss boy throw a nail at the drum. Ho
missed his aim, however, and struck
one of tho womon in the eyo, causing
a Blight though painful injury. Wo do
not boliovo any of our boys aro un
gentlemanly enough to willfully injure
anyone while at their religious devo
tions, and tho robuko administered by
the leader of tho Volunteers should be
sulliciont punishmont for such a slight
The probationers in tho M. E. churoh
will bo received into full fellowship
next Sunday morning and as many as
wish to bo baptized by sprinkling will
receive that ordinance Also a num
ber of persons will bo received into tho
church by the lattor. Persons wishing
to be baptized by immorson will bo
baptized at '.i o'clock in the nftornoon.
The place for holding that sorvico will
bo announced at tho morning service
Bov. Maze expects to use water ho
brought from tho River Jordan in his
baptismal sorvico Sundavniorning.
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. H. BAILEY,
RED CLOUD, - - NEBRASKA
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