The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, August 04, 1905, Image 5
1 ' h i ' rr r Ji' ' V f ;'l & S i. MMaImM 55 ;j iou always get Wearing Results if you get the : f genuine DAIX STACKERS or SWEEPS. They S: ; are STRONG and have been tried. I have the S: jS genuine DAIX goods. Anyone else in this town 5: iSs claiming to have the Dain goods is imposing on you. si See that it reads "Dain Mfg. Co." on your stacker it when you buy one and you will have the BEST. g ! JAMES PETERSON. r-3-ammmt-ss:t-z: m LOCALLTTES Hay and teed at Pluriib's. Go to Fred Plumb s for Hour or feed. Dr. E. A. Thomas, dentist, Damerell block. I B Stansor w.is in ltiverton Wed nesday. J R. Mercer went to Hustings Wed nesday. Girl Wanted Apply at Halo's res taurant. Bernard McNony was in Guide Rock Tuesday (. Shanklin was down from Bladeu this week. .John Hutledge was home from Heb ron Sunday. Ned Grimes was down from Blue Hill Sunday. Dr. K. A. Creighton returned from Canada Monday. L P. Albright was in Bladen the ilrst of the week. Bladen defeated Inavalo Wednesday by a scoro of 7 to 5. Paul Pope departed for Lincoln Thursday morning. Mrs. Eilie Harvey and sou John wore down from Inavale. C. H Douglas of Bloomington was in Ked Cloud Tuesday. G. T .Norton was up from Superior the first of the week. Face massage and ladies' shampoo at Hayes' barber shop. Mrs. O E Hughes returned to Hast ings Saturday morning. Bert Harrison has accepted a posi tion in Halo's restaurant. C B. Parkinson of Klrkman, Iowa, was iu the city Tuesday. Take your poultry and hidos to Plumb. Top prices paid. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Jones were up from Guide Hock Tuesdiy. Mrs. Charles Liudloy camo down from Rivertm Wednesday. To the Farmers Out of 50 Iusurnnco Companies doing business iu Webster County the Gocmiiu of Freo port pays one-third of the taxes nud has over oOO policies in force. The Farmers' Mutual of Nebrasku is tho largest Mutual in tho state, with over three quarters of u million dollars in surance in Webster couuty. For Good Insurance Call on o. c. Red Cloud. Piumb sells Blue Hill Hour. Mrs. K A Thomas returned yester day from a visit in Nelson. S. A. Weiekol was in tho city Tues day from Mt. Pulaski, Iowa. Miss Ituth Warron went to Superior Tuesday morning for a visit. Mis. Byrd Whitcomb of York is a guest at tho Claik residence K P. Marshall and L. Kessler were down from Biverton Tuesday. C. B. Halo and L. H. Feis woro in Campbell tho first of tho woek. Mhs Matilda Cook is visiting witli her parents, A. Cook and wife. Mrs. 11. E. Pond depnrtod for her homo in Lincoln this morning. Jick Waller and Fred Foo woro down from Cowles Wednesday. H. B. Cramer of Bladen lias pur chased tho F. E Goblo property. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Morhart and son spent Sunday in Guide Hook. F. G. Turnuro departed for Marys ville, Missouri, Tuesday mornicg. Mayor Dickonson has laid a now cement walk around his residenco. L. H. Blackledgo returned tho closo of last week from his visit in iowa. A now cement walk has boon laid at the McMillan residence this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McCarl spent Sunday in McCook visiting relatives. Mips Vera Crabill will return from her visit at Lincoln tomorrow night. You can now take your annual bath. Tho tubs at Manspoakor's harbor shop Mrs. Vesta Harwood returned Wed nesday evening from a visit in Omaha. Mrs. J. T. Bradshaw was up from Superior Monday visiting with fiitnds Commissioner Sawyer and A. R. Davis wero down from Inavalo Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Warron dopartod Saturday morning for a visit at Lin coln. Mrs. E. A. Moranvillo and children wont to Guido Rock Tuesday for a visit. Plumb the food man will pay you tho highest price for poultry, eggs and hides. Mrs. H. J. Clark and childron re turned from a several wooks visit at York. J. F. Winters of Lincoln was in Red Cloud this woek visiting with old f i lends. Dr. L. H. Book was up from Superior Wednesday ationding to business matters. Mrs. Bert Holdrogo and childron ro turned to their homo at Inavalo Satur day night. Prof. W. A. Brown and family aro moving into tho houso oast of tho lire man's hall. Charley Halo has boon making somo improvements in tho interior of his restaurant. Dr E A. Thomas roturnod from his two weeks outing in Colorado, Mon day morning. L L Boren and family have moved into tho SielTon property in tno east part of town. Mrs Charles Ludlow nndchildmi returned from a week's visit in Khor ton Tuesday. Mrs. F. P. liudloy is very ill nt Alma, where she is tho guest of Mrs. Charles Stout. Rev. and Mrs. G. II. Rico and child ren leave today for an extended visit in Minnesota. James Wiggs was in the city Friday on his way to his homo in Lebanon from Colorado. Miss Jessio Wort spent Sunday in Alma with her parents and other tola tivos and friends. Miss Edna Crono arrived yesterday fn-iu Ottawa, Kansas, for a visit with MifsElliol Garber. Al Busheo of Holdrcgo is town this week visiting with his brother, C. W. Busheo and family. 11. E. Grioo and family returned Thursday morning from a three weoks outing in Colorado. Mr.". H. II. Waito and Mrs. It. S. Pioudlit of Lincoln wero visiting Red Cloud friends Tuesday. Mis. Mabel Thompson and baby of Hastings aro in tho city visiting with her mother, Mrs Pegg. Mrs. Lulu Fuller roturnod to Lincoln Sunday, after a visit with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. G. Potter. Mrs. M. A. Mercer and two children left Thursday for a visit with her par ents in Gibbon, Nebrasku. Misses Gertrude and Kt'a Coon left Wednesday for St. Paul, Minn, whore thoy will visit for a month. Ed Piatt returned from Doll Rapids, South Dakota, Saturday night, where ho has been visiting his sister. For ront After July I, rcsidonso, corner Cedar street and Third avt nue. Inquire at Nowhouse's store. Father Lougnot returned from Mary land, whero ho wns recently called on account of tho illness of a sister. Mrs. Dr. Gardner camo up from W7 moro Tuesday evening for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Fort. Don't forget to insure your property against lire, lightning and cyclones with L. 11. Fort, agent, D.unoroll block Mrs. W. H. Tabor and childron de- H 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 them. 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 MORHART BROS. Hardware Co. ammocKs 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. Malance Men's and Uoyi' 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. Gouiden-Kaley Clothing Go., ALWAYS RELIABLE. First Door North of Posotfflce, Red Cloud, Neb. parted Tuesday morning for a visit with relatives and friends at Lincoln. Mrs. S. A Bnrwoll and AMss Lstiiso Writer of Inavalo woro in town Mon day and made this ollico a pleasant call. Mrs. Sophia Graves dopartod yester day morning for an extended visit with relatives and friends at Torra Hauto, Indiana. Miss Inez. Crabill had tho misfortune to step on a pieoo of broken glass a fow days ago, inll cling a deep gash in her right foot. Mr?. John G. Potter loft last Situr- day for a visit in Astoria and Portland, On g n, stopping in Denver and Suit Lake City. Vic Manspoaker and mother aro moving into tho houso in the north part of town which thoy recently purchased. George Johnson, who will have charge of Al Albright's dry goods de partment, will soon move his family to Ked Cloud. Mrs. Arthur Myers roturnod from Lincoln Thursday evening, whoro sho has boon for t. 0 past live weeks tak ing tront'iiont. Mrs. Cecil Nelson returned to hor homo in McCook Saturday night, after a pleasant visit hero with C.T. Dickon son and family. Dr. J. E. Warrick will moot oyo, oar nose nnd throat patients at Dr. Dam eroll's oillio Thursday, August 10 Eyes tested free. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thomas and youngest daughter departed Monday evening for a visit with relative at Wrny, Colorado. "Hud" McCuno is taking a short vacation from his duties in Storey's C othing store and is visiting with rel atives in Kearney. Mr. and Mrs. Bogus aro stopping in tho city for a fow wooks. Mr. Bogus is representing tho New York Life Insurance company. Miss Corinno Dusonborrv of Nelson, who has been employed in the tele phone oftlco at Miuden, visited Miss Ethel Garber this week. Lew McClintock arrived in Hed Cloud Friday for a visit with friends. Ho has been working in Soattlo, Wash ington, for tho past your. K H. McCord of Pltillipsburg, Kan., roturnod to his h ime last night, after a ploasant visit in this city with his brother-in-law, Davo Dickoy. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Sullivan and son Frances departed Friday night for an extended trip in Colorado in hopes of benolitting Mr Sullivan's health. Cliarloy Piatt harvested 8.J3 bushels of oats from his tifteen ncro Hold west of town, a yield of 57 bushels per aero. Tho grain is of tho finest quality. Mrs. E. S. Gucbor will nrrivo Mon day from hor extended stay in Colo rado. Anson Garber is enjoying tho bust of health aud will remain in Colo- j rado, Mrs. S. I. Dowitt roturnod from her t.vo weoks visit at Giltuor witu hor parents. Miss Niccolls, her sistor, V? accompanied hor homo for a short visit. M. A. Albright is this week rear ranging tho interior of his storo room, getting ready to recoivo tho stock of dry goods which ho will add to his business. Fred Bortfold in now in chargo of the G. A. Crancor piano stock in this city, as manager. It is probablo tho linn will establish a permanent branch houso hero. James K. Wall is enjoying a visit fiom his hrothor, John Wall, nnd wife, of Nevada. Iowa. Jim and his brother had not soon each other for about twenty years. Mrs. Abnor nrifTuth and daughtors Eliiboth and Margaret, of Ehonsburg, Ph., nro guests of Mrs. Goorgo Mor hart. Mrs. Griffoth is a sistor of Mrs. Dwight Jonos. After a ploasant sovon weoks visit with their cousin, Mrs. F. L, Smith, Misses Inez, nnd Poarl Hancock re turned to their homo in Olathe, Kan., Tuesday morning. O. B. Buchanan, tho liveryman from Lebanon, was in town Wednesday, looking for 0110 of his teams which was takon from tho barn last Friday and has not ot boon roturnod. Judgo Keonoy issued a marriago license Inst Saturday morning to Bort Carr and Miss Mina Loggott. The young couplo drove to Guido Rock and woro married by Kev. It. A. Ramsoy. Mrs. E. W. Ross and daughter Mario doparlo J Thursday morning for a visit at Lincoln and Beatrice. Thoy woro accompanied by Mrs. Wm. Cockran, who has boon a guest at tho Ross homo for several days. Tho M. E pastor Rov. Mazo expects his wifo and three little folks to bo with him ovor Sunday. Thoy are on routo for tho mountains of Colorado for a Mimmor outing. Their residence is at Dawson, Nebraska. Well improved 03 aero farm for salo adjoining city of lltA Cloud. Good substantial 10 room modern houso, barn, alfalfa, blue grass pasture, tino spring and plenty of timber. Tonus to suit purchaser. Mks. Silks Gabukh. FARM LOANS 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 of options. Loans safely and carefully made for par ties having private funds. J. H. BAILEY, RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA 1 f I .M H 1 1 m&.