The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, January 19, 1906, Image 5
.' X l 4 Yt 4M S 7M't i EjOIlBa Dear Sir: f'ron tKft alfirlltfAf r1nilli ...I.- . ii) uuu BuiMijiug (juaiur a trial of tuo Gillette Safety Razor ...i j-- .p-;--.-'-""".'!."" ?' ." Will I'lltlrol HUl.o1 It. Am min n.tn b.ivowltli It an rvadllr a. though I10 I111I alitor hIijuiI liltus.'lf. The Oil. Irttc .sulcly Kazor U at Itazor In 11 nr. Itha-itnulvcikti'aduubltMHlirod uli(l(i4.ist!iln a paper, ti mprtvtl -md 1 Bl.iali!irdoniHl liycmr irncei o that 11 taken dJumond dutt to Krind thcra. Kach blmb itlren ton to inifij iHTfcct aliens. .c and 5W 1)1 id - lucked and ai-alcd direct sa irmn tlio fartorjr, allowing them ' to Ijo uuw. Alnum ready (or uao- ii No Stropping nr Ilnnimt n ;IQVi il 'X&J Y,'u cannot cut Touiwlf or fall tn ok'? f. wjuumii rillinlll, fit HGItIUI nl'ivc. Alilllc'tc ln.t for renin V lien jroti linvo uhpiI each cf tbe w!ji until ilr.ll, rrtnrn to li and nowlllcWu jrouali new plndr In pfchangn at no cont to jou '1 wc'lvo additional blade at nom inal coat. O.i II and examine the Qlllett. Itnlllcoft rou nothing to tee U o?ii. 2!J FOR SALE BY Chas. L. Cotting 15he Druggist I IOCAIETTES I Go to Fred Plumb's for Hour or feed Mrs. II K. Pond of Lincoln is in the city. Dr. K. A. Thoma?, dentist, Dmnoroll block. Kay Frame was down from iiluo Hill Monday. Koy Giirbor returned from Hastings Monday. Paul Pope was in Lincoln the first of tlio week. E. M Crone was down from Oxford Saturday. A 'LV W.tlker was in Tronton the ilr.it of the wei k Mrs. Lulu Matthews was down from Inavale Saturday. Postmaster Hacker and wife went to Lincoln .Tuesday. Rev. J. M. Hates left Thursday uoon for St. Paul, Neb. Otis Soderborg returned from Lin coln Sunday night. Lft'.le Charles Palmor was quito sick tlio first of tlio week. County Attorney WalUors returned to Blue Hill yesterday. Mrs. A A. Frame is homo from her visit at Atwooil, Kansas. Take your poultry and hides to Plumb. Top prices paid. Miss Irene M ner returned from B ue Hill Wednesday noon. Mrs. Carl Ferguson returned to her homo in Orloans Sunday night. Cull and see my 50 different kinds cf candies, at the Soderberg's Inn. S. B. Kiztr is tulcng in the various conventions at Liticolu this week. Dr. Gardner and Charles Wiles came up from Wymore Siturday night. Win, Sullivan and family went to B nildor, Colorado, Monday night. John Harvoy is down from Inavale this week roceiving medical treatment. Mrs. Tina Ilarosnapo, mother of aits G. C. King, is reported to be very ill. Not a rich corporation but just plain J. O Caldwell, for hard and soft coal. Kay Gard wont to Mankato, Kansas, Monday, for a mouth's visit with rela tives. Plumb the feed man will pay you tho highest prico for poultry; egB3 and hides. Mrs. Ernest Wnlflch wont to Lin coln Tuesday to take in tho statu poul try show. Miss Daisy Hill, who has beon visit ing with Geo. Lindloy's roturnod home yostorday. Dr. Thomas is haviug a new addition built to bis houso. C. S. Palmor is doing tho work. Leo McArthur bad his face quito badly cut the other day by falling on a barb wire fonco. L. M. Crabill wont to Lincoln tho first of tho week to visit his son Karl, and see Bon.Hur. Charley Frisbio returned from Kan sas City yesterday, where ho had been with somo Ciittlo. Tho walls are up for Pope Bros.' new implement warehouso and it will soon bo ready for occupancy. George Nowhouso assisted in organiz ing tho Nebraska Opticians' associa tion at L'nooln this week. Roy Foam loft on No. 14, Friday liioruing for a visit with ivlnt ves in Ellsworth comity, Kansas. Another enjoyable dance was given by the members of tlio club Thursday ovening tit the Masonic hall Charles T. Austin, tho Lawrence at torney, was in Rod Cloud on legal buj-iiioss tho first of tho week When you got a hair cut, shave and baih at Manspeaker's barber shop you will fool liko a new man. Try it. J W. Warron wont to Lincoln Inst night to attend a meeting of tho coun cil of administration of the G. A. R. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pitnoy aro tho proud parents of a tun-pound baby boy wnich arrived at their homo this morn ing Marion Moroor wont to Loyowoll, KniHiis, Tuesday, to asdst Akin Snapp's Wobber band in giving a con curt. Mr. and Mrs C. E. Stmo and child ren of Superior were visiting at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cowden Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Wilson of Super-i-ir were visit ing' at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cowdon Thursday evening. Robert Fortune was down from Mo C 10k tho lirst of iho week. He Is now liting on the maiu lino from McCouk to Donvor. D. B. Spanogle. Real estate. Seo him now, if you want ft farm that is a broai winner. Will bo offered for a few days only. Mrs. Sadin McKimmoy and children of tioldrego were in Rud Cloud thu first of tho week attending tho funeral ot A. D. Biown. Miss Laura Ehlor nrrived Tuesday morning from Culbertson, Nob., for a visit with her rfrandpnrentc, J. O. Lindloy and wife. Mrs M. E. Quivoy, of tho Childrens' Homo of Omtha arrived in Red Cloud Saturday night and is yisiting with Mrs. G. W. Lindsey. Mrs. Crary, Mrs. Burr, Mrs. Hajos and Mica Jest-in MeCallum woro up from Guide Rock Wednesday evening attending the Eastern Star banquet. Joo Burns, tho famous Lincoln well digger, is expuett'd to atrivo today or tomorrow to investigate the subject of n better water supply for Red Cloud. Wanted Bright, honest young man from Red Cloud to proparo for paying AAiii frtsftJr T3he l. w. Leader Steel Range $29.00 for an 1 8-inch oven range with high closet and res ervoir. This is a good piece of goods, all asbes tos lined and protected with steel, all planished iron, no paint to cover defects in the steel. Nicely trimmed and well made. Duplex grate and heavy castings in the fire box. Come in and see this Range. MORHART BROS. Hardware Co. i Ssfeff position in GovMiiiiiii'iit Mail Service. I Box tine, Crttlar Rapid, Iowa, fob !!. I 1 Walker & B ti'o hold fifteen quarttr section? or 2100 acres of bind this work This bunts the rocord in this county up to date. As they say, "tho bot 111 is on." Harry Kngots went to Lincoln tho lirstof tho week to attend the optic inns' mooting. Henry Cimk had charge of tho juwoiry store during his absence. C. W. LaRash, a brother-in-law of Mrs. A. C. Hosmer, died at Decatur. III., last week. Mr. LaRash was tin operator at tho depot hero about twenty years ngo. Tho Brotherhood of St. Paul will meet at tho M. E. church Tuesdtiy evening January 23-tl Public instal lation of (ifllcer.s. Everybody invit"tl. W. B. Saundkiis, Sec. Fiod Goblo anil wife of Silvorton, Col . were guests or his brother, Elias, tho first of the week. Fred is ongtigt d in tho lumber buMiirss at Silvorton. ami is also mayor of tho town. It invigorates, strengthens and builds up. It keeps you in condition physically, mentally and morally. That's what Hollis'cr's Rocky Moun tain tea will do. 35 cents, tea or tab bluts. C L. Cotting. Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgo Scarf camo down from Rivorlou Monday nntl Wed. nesdny afternoon Mrs. Scarf under went an operation at Cook & Town soiul's hospital. Her mother, Mis. Cornoll, is caring for hor. Three little babes were nestled in bed, "I'I1 name them William, Willie and Hill," mother said. Wide was hor smile, for triplets thny be, Sho lays hor good luck to Rocky Mountain Tea. Groat baby medicine ) C. L. Cotting. E. W. Coplon went to Lincoln Fi iday evening to accompany his wifo homo from a hospital in that city. A tele gram was received hero Friday an nouncing tho death of Mrs. Copolan's father in Chicago on that day. You will not find beauty in rouge pot or complexion whitewash. True beauty comes tn them only that tako Hollistor's Rocky Mountain Ten. It is a wonderful tonic and boautiucr 35 cents, tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting. Saunders Brothers wish to announce that they aro making prompt deliver ics of their good coal, and that if it is inconvenient for you to stop and leave your order at the office, call telophono GO or 234 find your order will be promptly taken care of. Tho ladies of the Eastern Star gave 11 farewell reception for Mrs. Aaron Conovcr Wednesday night. Mrs. Con over will soon join her husband in Salt Lake City. Mrs. Puce, worthy grand matron, ofLincoln,and Mrs. Hil dreth of Ulnomington woro prosent. We aro in receipt of an nrticlo from ' Sunshine and Shadow," but unfortu nately the nuthoress omitted to sizn her name. As wo mnko it n rnlo not to publish anonymous communications wo aro compelled to omit tho articlo Wo do not rrqniro signatures for pub lication, but merely as a protection for ourselves. At tho CnngregaMonal church next Sunday morning tho piistor will pro sent tho topic, Anil Yo Would Not." Evening subject, "What Paul Taught About tho Second Coming of Christ." Tho time of tho evening meeting will be changed to 7:30 o'clock beginning noxt Sunday evening. C. E. mooting at G:45 p. tn. Henry Ludlow and wifo woro in Rod Cloud tho first of tho week. They wero on their way to Oklahoma City, where "Hank" will havo tho state agency for tho Columbia Fire Insur anco Co. Since ho has matin his es cape from tho nowspapor hasiness, Henry has beon very successful as an iusuranco rustler. Tho second performance of "Heaits of Tennessee" by tho P.itrecia Wiight company drew a good houso and to say tho aud once was well pie used would bo saying just what thoso said who saw tho bill last night. The following re mark, heard in tho lobby of tho theatre will show tho way thoso presont woro pleased with tho performance: "I'll havo to come again tomorrow night and soo tlio wholo of that show; only saw two acts ood, vvoll I guess yes." Daily Boo, Hutchinson, Kansas. Opora houso January 24. Tho P-Urooia Wright C. at tho opera houso last night whs by far one of tho best companies that over visited our city. Tho play is tho best wo havo had the pleasure of seeing horo on tho local stage for many years. It is not an old one, not a rehash of something olse, but bright and uow.'and. with ono of the best "darky" parts ovor written into a comedy drama. Should this company ever visit our city again tho opora houso would not holUJtho peoplo who would turn out to seo thorn. Tho Humbolt (Tonn.)J Roviow. Opera, OVERCOAT SALE Commences Saturday, January 13 We've got too many Overcoats for this season of the year and we are going to sell them. They'll go at once if price will force them out. If you need an Overcoat now, or if you expect to need one, next sea son or the season after, here's your opportunity. Buy now, while you can get a discount of One-Fifth Off our regular prices. The investment will pay better than Standard Oil stock. Sale Commences Sat., Jan. 16 5'6e Cowdcn-Kaley Clothing Co., ALWAYS I First Door North of PostofTIco, Rod Cloud, Nobr. nruamumnaaarnraiab dmriSdi almufaflrffrfl Deaths and Funerals. A. D. Brown. A. D Brown, who has boon ill at his homo in tho north purt of town for tho past inroo years, uieu ouuiiay morn-1 ing at 4 o'olook. Funoral services ' woro hold at tho M. E. church Monday i aftoruoou at 2 o'clock conducted by ! Row G. W. Humtnoli, who was assistod by Rov. Austin and Elder Davis. Alphous D. Brown was born in Bradford county, Pa., March 1(5, 1828, being 77 years 0 mouths and 20 days old at tho timo of his death. Soptem- bor28,18r9, ho was married to Harriot O. Groves, who survives him. Ho is , also survived by ono son, two daugh-, tors, nino urundchildrou and four grcat-gruudohildron, ono brothor and ono sistor. At tho breaking out of tho robollion hooullstod in tho Twonty-thlrd llli nois infantry, sorving throo years and six mouths, and fo rsix mouths was an iumato of Libby prison. Ho was a membor of (Jarfleld post for many yoars tissotl Twenty years ago ho wits bap into tho M. E. church by Rov. (r. W. Hummell and sinco then has been a faithful tmd devoted Christian Captain Bartlett. Captain II. C. Bnrtlott, tho slruugor who diod at tho Holland Houso in fliiu nt.v In at. TtVlilnv. wni Inirind Woil. SSmMj no,day afternoon at 2 o'clock from Al-, "uJ tho bullot nipped a pioco of flesh blight's undertaking establishment. from, his heel; t-ulto tl nunibor, of Rov Austin fonduotod tho services yut,1H around, town aro carrying uo. Austin couuuotoa tuo services rQVolvora IU,d ono ot tho80 dliyH nnd tho remains woro laid to rost in HOn,oono is going to bo soriously in thoG. A. R. lot at the cemetery. Tho jured as a result. Years BAKING POWDER A Cream of Tartar Powder Made From Grapes No Alum vt'.j wMv wM Vr $ Wm att 't TmM m & VSl aLI laaVf V cmtioii iwi ir lit now or urruiim RELIABLE mombors of tho Grand Army and Ro llof Corps gavo tho docousod nil tho honors usually accorded a (load com rade, and thoro woro sovoral haudsomo floral tributos. Mr. Bartlett had boon in Rod Cloud for sovoral weeks soiling charts for making drosses. Ho was about 05 years of ago, and littlo could bo learned of his family or history. oxcopt that ho hud a wifo living in Denver who is ill and in dostituto olr. onn)HtlincoHj und u weuUhy brother iivos in l'onnsvlvatiin John Douchek. John Douchek was born in Bohemia, May 10, 1831. Ho camo to Nebraska in 1881. First settled in Suundorp county, whoro ho lived throo yoarp, I then removed to Wobstor county iu 188Jt whoro ho lmH livo(1 hiic 1Io wus ,,,, )10IieHt, hardworking man, g00(1 h,1Hband and father. Ho passod I into tho botcor lifo on tlio morning of January 13, leaving his wifo, Mary, I throo dauglitors, ono son, and flro stop-sons to mourn for him. Ho wus 1 72 years aud 2.1 days old aud was a ' Roman Catholic in religion. Tho I funoral took plnco at tho Prairio Clom ! school houso at 10 o'clock a. m. Tues day, January 10, conducted by Rov. Q. W. Huuimoll. Intormont iu tho Prairio Gem cemetery. Accidental Shooting. Omor Wolfo, while attempting to shift tho position of a revolver in his hip pockot Monday ovoning, accident ally causod tho discharge of the gun the Standard AM ,j i i 7 i wwwwwwww wwvw honse, January 24.