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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1906)
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We have been selling
WALL PAl'KR all
Winter and have al
ready received our
first shipment for
ic)c6. We have some
very pretty new pat
terns. If you intend
to paper soon, come
in and seem them.
Chas. L. Cotting
Ben Kslilcman i.s on the sick list.
S. II. Ki.er is home from Lincoln.
Go to Fred Plumb's for Hour or feed.
H. E. Pond went to Cowlos Monday.
Dr. K. A. Thomas, dontist, Damerell
A.T. Walker was in Cunpbell Wed
nesday. Hoy Garber returned to Hastings
Miss Larsons was down from River
Noll Sherman went to Inavslo last
Mrs. V. H. Fulton wont to Rivcrton
Sam Lindsoy returned from Lincoln
Charles Glick was down from River
F. G. Turnuro wont to Choster Wcd
n sday morning.
Dr. Bolon of Blue Hill is in Red
Cloud this week.
By Shepherdson of Rivcrton was in
Mrs. W. C. Wilson was down from
U. B. Spanoglo was in Bostwiik
Tuesday on busino38.
GusSodorberg returned to Linco'n
Rov. J. W. LoHgaot went to Super
ior Saturday morning.
E. M. Crono and family will soon
locate in this city again.
Wm. Malheny roturnod to bis homo
in Campbell Wednesday.
Nod Grimes roturned to his homo in
Blue Hill Saturday noon.
Take- your poultry and hidos to
Plumb. Top prices paid.
Roy Dlckoy ro urned homo from
Hastings Wednesday noon.
Mrs. G. J. Warron was visiting with
friends in Blue Hill Sunday.
Mrs. Robert Fortune is oxpocted
homo from Hebron tomorrow.
Call and see my JiO different kinds of
candies, at tho Soderberg's Inn.
Miss Sidio Evans of McCook was
visiting in Kfd Cloud this week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Tool returr.ed
arom Lincoln Saturday moining.
Olo Erii-kson of Campbell is in tho
city receiving medical treatment.
Glen Olmstoad and Frank House
wero down frmi Inavalo Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs Wm Clino and child
ren wero down from Riverton Friday.
Sheriff Hedge mul .Judge Keoney
woro in Canipball Monday on business.
Mrs. H. E. Grico and Miss Nell Sher
man wont to Lincoln Wednosday morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs Elmer Koon aro tho
puonts of a baby boy, born last Satur
day. W. C. Frahm,' county treasurer, -vis-itod
with his family in Bluo Hill Sun
day. Not a rich corporation but just
plain J. O. Caldwoll, for hard and soft
Regular services will bo hold at In
dian creek Sunday aftornoon by Pastor
Sanford Fred is "holding down" tho
third chair at Manspoaker's barber
Plumb tho feed man will pay you tho
highest prlco for poultry, eggs and
FoundA watch fob. Ownor can
have same by proving property and
piying for this notice. Newhouse
Mi s. S. Roiglo has been confined to
her homo by .sickness during tho past
Mrs. Hunter and Mrs. Wilcox of
R verton wero shopping in Red Cloud
Mrs. F. L. Smith wont to Hasting
Saturday for a week's visit with
Mrs William Parkes, Sr., was sori
nusly ill for a short time Wednesday
Mrs. Win. Park or and diiughtor
Mntido were vUitmg in Guido Rock
J. W. llentloy of Hot Springs, South
Dikota. arrived in Red Cloud Monday
noon for a visit.
O E. Ramny is propaiingto build a
largii addition to his farm house in
The junior whist Hub was ontrr-
tained at tho home of Miss Helen Roby
Mr. and Mrs. Grimns of Bluo IMI
wero visiting in Red Cloud Wodnes
dnv and Thursday.
Soino of our oldest inhabitants Fay
this has boon tho mildest winter within
Josephine Gund roturnod to 1 or
home in Blue Hill Saturday, after a
visit with relative.
A series of special meetings aro in
progress in tho Amboy schoolhouse,
beginning last evening.
Mrs. Ed Smith and son went to Lin
coln Monday, where Vaughn will ro
coive medical treatment.
No. 10 was delayed sovoral hours
yosiorday on account of a bndgo being
burned west of McCook.
Mrs. Ward Hays and children woro
in Franklin Wednesday attending tho
1. H. Holmes of Horton, Kansas, was
in Red Cloud tho first of tho week at
tending to his interests here.
Mrs. Paul Walker and daughtor Mrs.
Butler of Franklin wore in Red Cloud
Monday, enrouto to Franklin.
Mr. mid Mrs. Frank Smith living
near Bladon have a now boy at their
homo, which arrived Monday.
Arthur Roby loaves Monday morning
for Beatrioe, where ho has accepted a
position in his brother's storo.
Machine-made harness is
today taking the place of
is impossible to rip. Every
stitch is pulled at the
same tension, every piece
is cut to a pattern that
We want to impress
upon your mind that we
have to select from
A Line of
That is Hard
Don't pass us by if you
are interested in saving
on a jjood har-
Rt-v. .J. H Hfit.. of Krai klin vi
preach hi i in ('unuregiitional churn
Sunday morning and fvouing.
When vou irt hair cut, shnvo am'
bath at Manspeakot's barber hop you
will feel like a now man. Try it.
Miss Daisy Hill of Cnwles mul Mi
Irwin of II istiugs are in the oitv visit
ing heir cousin, Mrs. Geo Lindtoy.
Mrs. L. H. Berk mine up from Su
porior Friday morning and visited
with friends and I'datives a few days.
Mr. mid Mrs. R. B. Fulton wont to
Rlvortou last night, to attend the
funeral of Muir daughter-in-law, Mrs.
M. C. Sherman received word the
lirst, of tho week that, his vnungest
brother, Smith Sherman, of Nokawasa,
Wis., was doad.
The senior obis of tho high set" ol
will hold Its ai.nual banquet tonight.
ThoiilV.ir will be "pulled off" at tho
Lost two white dining room aptons
between tho northwest part of the city
and It. & M. hotel. Finder pleiuo
leave at tho hotel.
Mrs. W. B. Nnit and Mr. and Mrs.
A. Staub of Ft. Madison, Iowa, wero
in Red Cloud Wednosday en route to
Red Cloud scored at tho big poultry
show in Lincoln last wook. Charley
Piatt secured third prizo for u buff
Plymouth Roek pullet.
C. S Quick of Indiannln, brother-in-law
of William Parkep, stopped off' in
Red Cloud Wednesday morning on his
way homo from tho east,.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. West nnd child
ren woro down from Naponoo tho first
of tho week to see Sim'l. West, who is
in a dangerous condition.
Mrs. L. M Van no oamo down from
Hastings Monday to attond tho funrr
al of her nephew, George H.Nowhouso.
Sho roturnod homo Wednosday.
Mrs. J. H.W.ilsh arrived from Soat-
tlo, Wash., Wednesday morning, hav
ing been called hero by tho serious
illness of her father "Jack" Reid.
F. E. Reynolds is packing his house
hold goods this week preparatory to
moving to Overton, whoro ho takes
charge of a drug storo February 1.
Wanted Bright, honest young man
from Red Cloud to prepare for paying
position in Government Mail Sorvico.
Box one, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, fob 211.
Htrr.y Goblo has resigned his posi
tion on tho railroad, and, with his fam
ily will movo to Ft. Cobb, Okla., to
assist his fathor in tho lumber busi
ness. Mrs. Fred Taylor eamo down from
Riverton Wednesday morning. She
was accompanied bv Miss Zoo San
son, who has boon visiting friends in
H. W. Sheldon is planning an exten
sive addition t tho houso on his farm
recently purchased north of 'own, and
will begin tho structure as soon us tho
J. P. Dolanoy. who has beon in
charge of tho Fnrgnsun olovntor hero
since Charloy CimpbolPs removal, left
Wednosday morning for his former
homo at. David City.
G. M. Piorco has received word from
a brother living in Buffalo, N. Y., bt'tt
intr that ho will remove to Red Cloud
in the spring. Tho two brothers will
movo out farms south of the river.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Parkos havo re
turned to McCook, after a short visit
with his paronts, Wm. Parkos, Sr., nnd
wife. Mark is slowly recovering and
is now able to bo ii'iout on crutches.
Mrs. L. 11. Blaekledge and two sons
depaited Saturday morning for Stront
or, III , in response to n telegram an
noutu'ing the serious illness of L. W.
Lawrence, father of Mrs. Blaekledge.
Tho Fraternal A'd had a "sauor
kraut' supper after the lodge mooting
last night. These In tie social func
tions aro getting to bo quite a 'featuro
of too Fraternal Aid on lodge nights.
G. M. B tylor has decido I not to
movo his family to Holly, Colo., whoro
ho recently purchased a farm. Tho
family will movo to town for tho sum
mer if a suitable house can be obtained.
Vern Emick will havo a big sale
next Tuesday at his homo Just oast of
the Amboy mill. Six head of horses,
ton head of cattlo and a full equip
ment of farm machinery will bo dis
It invigorates, strengthens and
builds up. It koops you in condition
physically, mentally and morally.
That's what Hollissor's Rocky Moun
tain tea will do. 85 cents, tea or tab
blets. C. L. Cotting.
Mrs. M. Andorsonand Wm. Ander
son of Franklin visited with their sister
Mrs. S. L. Anderson, Tuesday. Tboy
were on their way homo from Enid,
Oklu., whoro they had been called by
rwwwwi the illness oi a sisivr.
! 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. 13uy now, while you
can get a discount of
our regular prices. The investment
will pay better than Standard Oil
CW1W01T ll IT
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Sale Commences Sat., Jan. 16
Ghe Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.,
First Door North of PostotTtco, Rod Cloud, Nobr.
Three littlo babes wro nestled in bed,
"I'll name them William, Willie and
Bill," mother Haid.
Wido was lior sniilo, for triolets they bo,
Sho lays her good luck to Rocky
Groat baby mo dicine ) C. L. Cotting.
J. T. Hnllork came up from Dana
Kan., last Friday to assist his son
Richard in moving his stock and
household goods to that countiv,
whoro ha expects to make his home.
Thoy left Tuesday, going overland.
Mrs. F'rank Smith gave a party at
her homo last Friday afternoon in
honor of Mrs. Aaron Conover, who
leaves in a fow days for her new homo
in Salt Lake City. About thirty ladies
woro present and nu enjoyable time
Snundors Brothers wish to announce
that thoy aro making prompt deliver
ies of their good coal, nnd that if it is
inconvoniont for you to stop and loavo
your order at tho office, call tolophono
GO or 234 and your order will be
promptly taken caro of.
Rumor has it that F'rank Abbey,
now living on the VanPatton farm
northwest of town, will movo on to his
land south of tho river and erect a
dwelling houso in th near future.
Mr. VanPatton hns sold his farm to W.
P. Kuohn, from Guido Rock.
Rev. G. H. Rico is preachim; a fories
of interesting sermons on "The Second
Coming of Christ," at his Sunday even
ing meetings. Tho singing by tho
Inrgo choir is exceptionally good and,
altogether, tho services desorvo much
larger audiences than thoy havo been
rocoiving, Mr. Rico is a forcoful and
interesting speaker, nnd has a faculty
for making cloar thesoemingly obscuro
passages of tho Bible.
Preparatory to tho coming evangel
istic moetings tho pastors interested
met last Tuesday evening and organi
zed thomsolvcs into a niinlstetial as
sociation for a unitod effort during the
iutervoninK weeks, Tho evangelist
havo stated that thoy will he ready to
begin work bore either on May 15 or
Juno 1. Tho various committees aro
being sectirod and as much prelimin
ary work as possible will be dono.
Tho churches aro all using every effort
to bo in roadinoss for tho work when
Some of our subscribers havo owed
us for so long a time that thoy are
ashamod to como noar tho office. Wo
would bo glad to havo them call
around and renew their subscriptions,
as well as got acquainted with tho
editor. If you aro unable to pay up,
como in and tell us so. Wo won't bo
hard on you. In fact, wo aro not the
least bit fiorco, and will make you wel
come whether or not you havo any
money. Of course wo need money
neod it badly. If you live too far away
to pay a visit to tho oflioo, a letter with
a money order or draft inclosjd will be
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