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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1905)
I LOG ALETTES
Hay unci teed at Plumb's.
GA horso blankets nt Fogol's.
B. F. W tints was in Bhutan Thursdav.
Go to Fred Plumb's for Hour or feod.
Henry Clark was on tho sick liu this
Dr. E. A. Thornns, dentist, Dnmorell
Mrs. Nollio Cistor wuntto Hnstings
E F. Maxoy was up from Superior
E. B. Smitli was in Lincoln tho first
of tho week.
E H. Foo was down from Cowles
l)r. Beck camo up from Superior
Olias. Hunter was down from Inn
Next Tuesday evening, October 31,
Don Hartwell was down fiotn Inn
Floyd Pitney is laid up with an nt
tack of the grip.
Dr. Townsend returned from Bea
trice last Friday.
Miss Oleona Uolph wont to (Jroto
James Alexander was down from
Joe Fogol sells the 5 A horse blanket,
best on tho market.
Everything in tho harness and sad
llory line at Fogol's.
Mrs. Georgo Baylor is enjoying a
vi-it from her father.
Face massage and ladies' shampoo
at Hayes' barber shop.
Miss Lonoro Harman was up from
juido Rock Tuosday.
Thooflicial ballot this year will be
about thirty inches long.
Take your poultry and hides to
Plumb. Top prices paid.
E. G. Bohi n in of Lincoln was in
town tho first of the week.
Mercer's orchestra goes to Uiverton
tonight to play for a dance.
A now steel bridge is being built
across Elm creek, nt Amboy.
Mrs. Mamie Waskom of Inavalo was
in town the first of tho week.
August Briukniun was hero from
M:Cook the first of tho week.
Dr. and Mrs. Gardner wore up from
Wymoro tho first of tho week.
Win. LaRuo is ngain back on the
switch engine in the yards hero.
Mrs. I. Fri.-bio is visiting with fiionds
in Lincoln and Omaha this week.
F. Nowhouso carries a complete lino
of ready.mado garments for babies.
John Grilleth returnel Tuesday
evening from Illinois and Michigan.
Mr. Hare, a Lincoln insurnnco man,
was the guest of O. C. Toel Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Nowhouso re
turned from Omaha Wednesday noon.
J. F. Winters of Lincoln was a busi
ness visitor to Rd Cloud Wednesday.
Earl Craig, Ed Harris and Ralph
Clark wore up from Superior Satur
day. Not a rich corporation but just
plain J. O. Caldwell, for hard and soft
Foit Sale A fine driving horso with
buggy and harness. Inquire at this
The littlo baby of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Lindley is sick with tho whooping
Waltor Roby has moved into tho
house south of Charley Besse'd resi
dence. Plumb tho feed man will pay you tho
highest price for poultry, eggs and
H. C. Richmond, of tho Omaha
World Herald, was in Rod Cloud Wed
nesday. A son of Albert Mefford was kicked
by a horso last Uridav and had his jaw
John Dettman returned to Narkp,
Kan.,atyer a short visit with bis folks
Grant Bailey has taken a position
in the Union Pacific railroad ollices at
W. C. Frali m, Republican candidate
for county treasuror, was in town
Littlo Marie Ross has almost entirely
recovered from her recent attack of
Howard Duisley and daughter, Mr?,
Wesley Wilson wore down from Ina
Robert F rtuuo soveroly sprained his
,nnkm while at work at tho round liou.-n
Leigh Pnp has resigned as mail car
rier on n u. o 2 and has' been succeeded
by Chits Kent.
If You want to buy, sell or traoo
your real ot-ito, see Tho Red Cloud
Ex Mayor Ross and nil of his nni.
ployes except Vail Fox have started
Sanfoul Fred of Topoka, Kan., stop
son of Will Lindloy, bus takon a posi
tion with Ward Hayes.
Frnd Mandevillo returned Monday
morning ft om Kansas City, whore ho
t'ok in tho hoio show.
Lost Saturday, a small gray leather
pockelbook, containing 85 05. Finder
please leave at this olllco.
When you got a hair cut, shave and
bath at Miinsponkor's harbor shop you
will feol liko u now man. Try it.
Alvin Snapp came up from Webber
Wednesday evening to play with Mer
cer's orchestra at tho club dmioo.
Roy Dickey has so far recovered
from his siege of typhoid fever, as to
be nblo to bo on tho streets again.
Don't rent buy a farm. Writo for
list. I have 02 farms for sale. D. W.
Ghant, Not ton county, Kan. Doc 14
Georgo Beardsleo brought in eight
hogs Wednesday which averaged
about 340 pounds and netted hi.ii $105
Tho Indian crook school will bo
closed for two woeks owing to the ill
ness of tho toachor, Miss Susio Engels
Mrs. Holland of Atlantic City, Iown,
and Mrs. Sill of Omaha are guests at
tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sher
wood. John Woesnor of North Branch h b
purchased tho Bon Ludlow property
north of town and will move to Red
Harry Gilliam ran a pitchfork in his
foot yesterday acd as a consequonco is
not driving Turnure'a delivery wagon
Mrs. Lockhart, mother of Mrs. James
Burdon, sudoral an nttack of hoart
failuro Wednesday and was very ill for
Miss Myra Cook camo homo from
Omaha Tuesday for a short visit with
her brothor Ed, who is bore from
Mrs. E. B. Piorco of Koarnoy, a form
er resident of Red Cloud, is visiting at
tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
If you want n loan on real ostato for
3,5, or 10 years time, with optional
payments sco tho Red Cloud Invest
Charley Pharos has resignod his
position at M. A. Albright's and is now
helping his mother at Newhouso's dry
Mrs. Kuto Miller returned to her
homo in Waterloo, Iowa, Wednesday,
after an extended visit with relatives
in Red Cloud.
Frank Richardson is taking Jim
Amick's place as switchman in tho
Red Cloud yards, while tho latter is in
A telogrnm was received in Rod
Cloud this morning announcing tho
death at Omaha of an aunt of Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. John Griffeth and
daughter. MissMyrn, wore in Cowles
Wednesday attending tho Putnam
The Diederich brothers, who con
template opening a business collego in
Red Cloud, were hero Sunday looking
over tho ground.
Ridge Leggett is one of tho lucky
ones. In removing tho old sidewalk
and crossing at Fifth and Soward, ho
found n total of $4 CO.
Miss Mabel Bradshaw returned to
hor bomo in North Branch Wednes
day, after hor rocont illness with ap
pendicitis in this city.
The members of the Maple Leaf
Kensington wore up from Guido Rock
Wednesday and were entertained by
Mrs. Georgo Morbart.
Foit Sale one house on threo lots,
also a good piano, little used, house
hold furniture. Apply to Mna. M. Gil
hoy, Red Cloud, Neb.
Roy Burden, who has been sutlering
with inflammatory rheumatism, loft
Monday for Hot Springs, Ark , in hope
of regaining bis health.
Lost between town and tho riyer
bridgo, a light summer coat, Saturday,
Oct. 7. Finder please leave at this of
lico and receivo reward
Mrs. Thomas Thompson of Grand
Island arrived in Red Cloud Tuesday
noon for a visit with hor parents, Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Lindsoy.
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Nieuscbwandor
and the lattor's mother arrived from
Denver Wednesday and are guests at
tho Imme ut C. 11 S.nii'i"
W. O Couyort, "night superiiiten.
dent," at the liurliugttin dfpoi, went
to McCook Wediifsdty evening to take
the oponitor's examination.
Tho case of the City vs. the Farmers
nnd MerohnntH Bmk has been ad
vanced on the docket ofj the supremo
court and sot for healing in December.
Tho Ladies Altar society of the
Catholic church will hold their annual
bn?.ar tho week bofoto Chrim tuns The
placo of holding it will bo announced
A littlo daughter of P. L. Hanson,
living northwest from Red Cloud, had
tho misfortune to fall from a horse,
breaking ono of hor arms, one day last
Will Sctivi-nur lias j.ist finished n
modern rosidiuino for W B Bean, four
miles north of Inavalo. Tho house has
ten gables, and is ono of the finest in
At tho sale at Eldrege's yostnrdav
40 head of cattle were disposed of tU
fair prices It was a joint sale by
Waltor Means, Georgo Abbey and
Tho ladies of tho Episcopal Guild
will give their annual Harvest Home
supper at tho homo of Mrs. Warn
Hayes, Monday evening, October 30
Tho high school juniors nro doing
somo unique advertising for their
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"""'' " ""uuiin mill 1I1IP, iJIII
loy'd Wax Works," which will be
hold November 15.
J. L. Cushman of Buloit, Wisconsin,
was hero tho first of tho week. Ho is
endeavoring to secuio a chorus of 75
voices to render a cantata in this cit
at 90IM0 future dato
Mr. and Mis S F Spokosfield wore
in Hebron this week, where ihoy at
tended tho wedding of their niece,
Miss Laura Wethoroll, which occurred
Goorgo Rowson has resigned his
position as carrior on rural routo No.
4, and cxppcts to return to his former
homo in Pennsylvania. Goorgo Mar
tindalo is tho new carrier on tho route.
Girls, if you want red lips, laughing
oyes, sweet breath and good looks use
Hollistor's Rocky Mountoin Tea. The
grentost boautifier known. 35 cents,
tea or tablets. C. L. Cot ting.
This gun is well made
throughout, ot fine quality
and good workmanship.
Extra fine bLued steel bar
rel, rebounding lock, top
lever, fine walnut stock,
pistol grip, rubber butt
plate, case hardened frame
and a good, close shooter.
12 ftaufte, 30-Inch barrel,
nelftht 6 1-2 pounds - - $4.25
12 gauge double barrel
Shotftun - $8,25
A good gun and well
We have the guns in
stock and can deliver the
goods. Come in and take
i COPYRIGHT 1905 BY
i THE HOUSE OF IWENUDMER
&? Cowden-Haley Clothing Co.,
First Door North of PostofJJcc, - Rod Cloud, Nob.
Snunders Brotbors liandlo lumbor O. K ;
4 lino that is best on tho market today.
Unoxcellod lumbor, well seasoned and dry
No bettor goods your money can buy.
Doors, sash and shingles, and best of screen blinds,
Excellent value hero yon will find.
Reliable coal always on hand,
Satisfactory goods to moot tho tlemand.
Bring us your ordor for building stuff fine;
Right horo you will find an up-to-date lino.
On coal and lumbor you'll find it is truo,
Sauudors Brothers savo money for you.
Indigos! ion, 'constipation, dyspopsin,
kidney nnd liver dbordorp, and nil
stomach trounles positively curod by
usinir Hollistor's Rocky Mountain Tea.
Trn or tablets. C. L. Cotting.
ClifT Pope, who has been nursing a
very bad linger for several weeks, had
the lingor opened (ho latter part of last
week, and examination showed that
tho lingor may have to bo amputated.
Mis G. W. Hagar of Litchfield,
Sherman county, was in Red Cloud
Monday, on hor way to Franklin for n
visit. Sho had boon visiting nt Cowles
with hor sisters, Mrs. Btml and Mrs.
Large English Berkshiroa of either
sex and all ages, for salo at farmers'
prices; also ono bay road colt 4 yours
old. For particulars inquiro of Tbos.
Pol hem up, Guide Rock. Neb., or Guido
Rock phono line. tf
J. F. Edwards of Lyonp, Colo., will
be tho station ngont at Red Cloud
when Tom McCarl is nssipned a run on
tho road. Mr. McCarl expects to con
tinuo to niako Rod Cloud his home,
which will bo good nows to bis many
The Brotherhood of St. Paul hold an
interesting mooting at tho M. E.'church
Tuosday evening. At tho close of the
mooting the niembors of tho brothor
hood enjoyed an oyster sapper in tho
basement of tho church, which was a
surprise provided by tho Ladies' Aid
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Porter arrived
Sunday morning from Portland, Ore.,
where Mr. Porter had chargo of tho
National Cash Register Co.'s exhibit
at the exposition. They are visiting at
tho bomo of Mrs. Porter's mother, Mrs.
A. A. Popo. After a short tjvioit here
thoy will proceed to their future (home
in Dayton, Ohio.
In receiving tho account of the fiio
nt Bladen last Friday morning wo mis
understood tho namo given by our
informant. Tho names of tho victims
should have been Piol instead of Teol,
nn error easy to mako when receiving
messages over tho phono. Tuk Ciiikk
and tho Bladon Enterprise were the
only papers in the county which con
tained the news of tho calamity.
As a result of tho football game last
Friday one Red Cloud boy will bo the
a'nor of a now shotgun. For a long
time ho has wantoit a shotgun. He is
also a member of the high school foot
ball team. His paronts rufused to let
him have a shotgun because of the
danger attached. His mother, after
witnessing tho football game, went
homo and told hur husband, she would
HUY A GOOD
it certainly will if you
buy it here. We are mak
ing a big feature of our
I'en Dollar Overcoats
this season. The fame of
our Ten Dollar Coats
and Suits has spread all
over tho country.
Come and see the good
things we offer for Men,
Hoys and Children.
bo willing for tho boy to hnvo tho gun
if ho would givo up playing football.
C. F. Webster representing tho
Ghiioooo JL'uro Food Company of Loroy,
N. Y., was a pleasant caller at Tub
Ciiikk oflico ono day this wook and
beforo leaving praontod us witli two
ptcknges of Joll O Ico cream powder,
for nuking ico cream. With two
packages of this preparation a' gallon
of tho most delicious ico cronm can bo
made in 10 minutes as everything but
tho ico is contamod in tho packago nnd
r quires no cooking, eggs, flavoring or
Evidently Knows Us.
Bladen, Nob., OvJt. 20 Tub Ciiikk,
Red Cloud, Nob Beak Siu: Inclosed
find dollars on my subscription to
Tub Chief. I expect to run for gov
ernor, so thought I had hotter sottlo
up or I would got it in tho nock.
J. W. Wbattkn
P. S. Now don't got full on tho
money, but givo it to your wife.
Local Grain Market.
(Furnished by J. P. Dolanoy.)
Friday, Oct. 27.
Old shelled corn 31c
Now shollod Corn 29o
Ear Corn, now' 20o
Is Your Farm For Sale?
If it is, do not list It with too many
agents. Each ono proceeds to knock
tho other follow out of a salo. List
exclusively with mo at a reasonable
pricp and I will guarunteo a sale.
J. II. Bailey, Red Cloud.
J block in northwest part of town,
house of seven rooms with bath, hot
aud cold water, good barn, six lots
fenced for chickens, plenty of fruit
Mhs. J. P. Hale, Red Cloud.
Notice of Tax Sale.
Notice U hereby tdven thai the uiuIerBlifiicd
on tho Hlh tiny ut March, lOui. purchased of tho
county treaimrer of Webtiter cutimy. Nebraska,
nt private mile tho following described lot Hold
for delinquent taxes, forthoyenr 1003, and Bit
timed In Heil Cloud Lot tucuty-oiio (!!!) In
block Hit ) of the orlcluat town now city of lied
Cloud, tvebktcr county, Nebraska, taxed In tho
namoo' .lolin O Yen-er. Tho abovo named
perbouund all other who claim an Intwrost In
tho above laud will tako notice Hint tho tlmo of
redemption of mid laud from Mid tux mile will
expire on tho IWh day of March, 1000, after
which I mav apply tor a tax deed for all of thu
abovn land ihat In not redeemed.
Dated nils UHth day of uciubor, 1005,
CJ. II. roTTEii.
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