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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1906)
We have been selling
WALL PAPER all
Winter and have al
ready received our
first shipment for
1906. We have some
very pretty new pat
terns. If you intend
to paper soon, come
in and seem them.
Chas. L. Cotting
Inez Crabill is on tlio Hick list.
Eil Smith was in Superior Saturday.
G. W, Lindsey is homo from Denver.
(Jo to Fred Plumb's for Hour or food.
A. T. Walker was in Campbell Mon
The Hastings train now leaves nt
Dr. E. A. Thomas, dontist, Damorol
W. C. Frahm went to Bluo Hill Sat
urday, Mrs. G. W. Lindsay is homo from
0 111 nh a.
Victor Manspeuker is home from
L II. Fois of Bladen was in town
Mrs. Hannah Garbor loft for Colora
Uov. G. W. Hummoll wont to Bluo
0 111 or Doling returned from Liucoln
E G. Bohanan of Lincoln was in
t wu Tuesday.
Sevonty-five kinds of candio3 at the
S) lorborg Inn.
H. E. Pond returned from Chostor
O. C. Tool is homo from a wook's
visit in Lincoln.
A. T. Walkor wont to Haiglor Wed
Miss Mabol Graves wont to her home
in York Thursday.
Dm Garbor came homo from Super
ior Saturday night.
Mrs. J. A. Tulleys was down from
Miss Eva Mann of Oxford is visiting
with Mrs. J. D. Crans.
Mr. and Mrs Joe Knonig aro tho
parents of a baby girl.
Frank Richardson has resigned his
position with tho B. & M.
Tako your poultry and hidos to
Plumb. Top pricos paid.
Mis. S F. Henderson of Womor,
Kansas, is in town visiting.
Conductor Shears and family wont
to Lincoln Thursday morning.
A. II. Keenoy was in Cowios and
Blue Hill the fust of tho woek.
Francos and Hazel Nesbitt roturnod
from Iu'ivulo Tuesday morning.
Miss Bornico West roturned to her
homo in Naponeo Sunday night.
J. 11. Morrison and Gus Catchadal
were up from Suporior Saturday.
Mi Stolla DtMsloy was down from
Inavale Sunday visiting rolativos.
Bruoo Frame is assisting in tho Mo
Farland grocery store, for a fow weeks,
J. W Bentloy roturnod to his' honio
in Hot Springs, S. D., Saturday 'noon.
Not a rich corporation but Just
plain J. O. Cildwoll, forjkardjand soft
Plumb tho food man will pay you the
highest prico for poultry, eggs and
Tho county commissioners met this
week and settled up with the county
Il'irry Boa! camo down from Mc
Cook Tuesday morning to visit his
Frank Cowdon and Holton Lotson
roturnod from Chicago Thursday
Tho Ladios Afternoon, Whist club
mot with Mrs. R. B. Dameroll Tuosday
M-'". F. H. Hoggus (It'pattnil 'im.
noaday morning for Syracuse, 10 visit
Mr ami Mr. I). II. Kiloy visited
with Mix. Kiloy's parents in Ivtnstis
(Jeorgo and Hort Morhart havo boon
in Guide Ruck tnis week doing work
for the linn.
The Junior Whist club was enter
tained by Miss Edith MoKeighau Tues
Henry Yaplo of Norton, Ktn., a
brother of John Yaplo, visited with
No. 1(1 was several hours Into. Wed
nesday on account of a wreck in tho
A number of young people from Hed
Cloud attended the dance in Innvalo
ll-ivo you any claims against estates
or notes to Hell? A. 11. Keenoy, Ait'y,
Hiifvoy M irrill eanio in this week
and had his name added to the list of
Miss Mabel Graves had a serious
attack of heart troublo while in school
Lloyd Pfgg and Waller Gurnoy
wont to Ktnsas City Monday with
three cars of caltlo.
G. L. VanCamp and O. E. Hughes
wore down from Hastings Thursday
greeting old friends.
Mrs. W. C. Frahm was down from
Bluo Hill Wednesday and Thursday,
vi-iting her husband.
Measles and mumps huvo caused a
greal falling oil in the attendance at
the public t-chools this week.
When you got a hair cut, shavo and
bath at Matispoaker's barber shop you
will fool liko a now man. Try it.
L. A Ha-tkins left Tuosday morning
for Elroy, Wis , called there by tho
sorious illness of his aged mother.
J. W BlaVk of St. Louis, Mo., was
in lied Cloud this week visiting with
Turnuro Bros, and their families.
Grant Turner this week moved his
household goods to the Starko ranch,
where ho will farm tho coming year.
Dr. Townsond and family wont to
Beatrice Monday, on account of tho
sorious illness of tho doctor's father,
Mrs. Lu'z. Mrs. Wickwiro and
daughter Vera arrived from McC ok
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
money on a good har
last S.'Uimluv for a viu wiin lolaiives.
Frank Meko", left for Decatur
county, K'nisaa, Tuesday, being culled
there by tho set iiMH illnt s of hi sou,
George Enniek, S. S 13 'iisnn and
C. .1 C wiper of fcewaid were in Red
Cloud Monday 011 a laud inspecting
D.iVe K'lley lias moved his blllieli of
feeders from his ranch couth of tho
river to tho Gurnoy ranch north of
Tress Harwood has sold his resi
lience property to Mrs. Yuunglove, of
Hastings, who will move here next
II. B. Simons roturnod homo from
Milford Friday night, where he has
hn visiting his brother-in-law, A. II.
The annual convention of the Web
ster County Sunday School Associa
tion will lie held in Red Cloud, M.uch
5 Mini G
R, Pinker returned to his home in
C'liiueil ItltitTs, Iowa, Thursday mottl
ing, after n visit with his sister, Mrs.
Frank Studebitkor and L frit, wei t
to Grand Island Tuesday to attend a
meeting of cement block manufactutcs
Mrs Gus Bayha of Fairfax, M ., ar
rived in Red Cloud Tuesday night to
visit, her sister, Mrs. A. C. Hosmer, for
a few weeks.
Rov G. H. Rico is assisting Rev.
Beitle in his evangelistic meetings at
Naponeo this week. Ho will bo at
Mrs. T. E. Penman and d aught or re
turned to their homo in Denver Satur
day night, after a fow days' visit with
relatives in Cowles.
Mrs. Maggie Millor of N rton, Kan
sas, returned t her homo Thursday
morning, accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. Polor Barkloy.
Miss Cora Tulloys camo down from
Naponeo Wednesday and visited with
friends until Thursday morning, when
she left for Lincoln.
Miss C. Lnu Jaynos, one of tho
workers of tho Chiulrens Homo of
Omaha, was in Red Cloud Tuosday
visiting with Mrs. Howard.
G C. Ring brought in three hogs
Wednesday which netted him $83.20.
The bunch weighed 1000 pounds and
brought $5 20 per hundred.
Mrs. Hedges of Beaver City was in
Rd Cloud Thursday enrouto to hor
home in Beaver City. Hor daughter,
Mrs. Lohr of Cowles, wont with her.
Wanted Bright, honest young man
from Red Cmud to proparo for paying
position in Government Mail Sorvice
Box ono, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, fob 23
Methusala was all right, you bet
For a good old soul was ho,
They say ho would bo living yot.
Had ho taken Rocky Mountain Tf a.
O. L. Outing
Mis C F. Guild and children re
turned to their homo in Bluo Hill Mon
day noon, having boon called hero last
Friday :o attend tho funeral of Hugh
The b wling alloy will coaso opera
tions Siiur-lay, and tho equipment
will ho removed from tho pio-ont
quarters and stored until a suttaoie
room can be secured.
Guorgn Row on, who has bnnn spon cl
ing tho winter in Philadelphia, arrived
i'i Red Cloud Tuesday evening and
was glad to g"t back. Ho has a pesi
tion in Grice's drug sloro.
Mrs. C J Pope, who is visiting in
Lin-oln, will represent tho Red Cloud
Cong'-egational church nt the meeting
next Tuesday of Nebraska Congrega
tional Lay mens' association.
The front of J. O. Butler's harness
and hardware store has been rearrang
ed so 11H to give a larger display uin
d'ow, tho entrance having ben moved
from the center to tho north side
Fif'oen students from the Franklin
academy passed through Red Cloud
this morning on thoir way to B'aden,
where tliof give a concert tonight. To
morrow night they will bo in Camp
boll. Elsewhere inthis issue will bo found
tho semi-annual statement of tho
county treasurer. If you caro any
thing about county finances it will bo
to your interest to carefully read tho
Ike Myers has leased his farm to C.
T. Dickenson and is looking for a busi
nosN location. Mr. Dickenson's family
will move to the farm, while he will
attend to his business in town during
tho rush Beason.
I Good looks bring happiness. Frionds
caro more for us when wo moot thorn
with a clean, smiling face, bright eyes
sparkling with health, which comos by
taking Hollistor'a Rocky Mountain
Tea. C L Cotting.
S. B. Nwmoyer, formerly publlahor
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
our regular prices. The investment
will pay better than Standard Oil
ce Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.,
First Door North of PostotJIco, Red Cloud, Nobr.
of the Signal, has begun tho publica
tion of tho Guide Rock Weukly News
Letter. It is a very neat and breezy
little paper. However, wo fail to seo
tho necessity for two papers in Guide
Have you been botrayed by promises
of quacks, swallowed pills and bottle
medicine without results except a dam
aged stomach? To thoso wo oilor Hoi
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea. .'15
cents. C L. Cotting.
G. W Lindsoy, ttio Galloway breed
or at Red Cloud, had tho champion
bull and cow at tho Denver livo stock
show. Pat Ryan took first over over
the Champion of Scotland, thus mnk
ing him a world boater. McCook Re
publican. Siundors Brothers wish to nnnounco
that thoy nro making prompt deliver
ies of thoir good coal, and that if it is
inconvenient for you to htop and loavo
your order pt tho office, call tolophono
GO or 234 and your order will bo
promptly taken caro of.
Preaching at the Christian church
next Sunday by tho pastor. Tho
themo for tho morning pennon will bo
"Religious Deiusious; Their Cause ann
Cure." Evening topic "Tho Groat
Foob of Primitive Christianity."
We wish to call the attention of our
rosdors to the advert isoment of B. E.
M'Failand, in another column. Mrs.
L. McFarland has closed out. hor dry
goods stock, and hereafter Bu will
conduct an exclusive grocery store in
the old quartors. Bon is a young man,
a hustler, and thoroughly aeqiaiuted
with the groc ry business. Wo wish
State Chairman Warner is said to bo
considering the question of calling a
meeting of tho state committee for the
purpojo of having it lix a date for
holding tho convention. Discussion of
th wnbJHijt at this time suggests a son
timont in favor of an oarly convention.
Some discussion of dates has boon had.
A May convention is talked, but thoro
is no good reason to be advanced for
holding ono that oarly. Tho people of
this state havo earnestly tried to got
away from so much politics. Tho legis
lature undertook to help them out in
it. Tho la&t sosinn passed a hill that
provided for elections only every two
years. Whon tbo court hold it to
be illegal most people wore disappoint
ed. There is no call for a campaign
lasting longer than from August to
November. Tho hsuos can bo fought
out in every phase in that time. The
records and litness of every candidato
can bo critically oxajiinod. Nobras
kansdo hot want more politics than
necessity enjoins. Thoro is no gonoral
demand for an oarlv convention,
though some of tho politicians figure it
out that way.
J. It. Morso will havo a public Bale
at his farm 2 milos north and 2
milos east of Rod Cloud, Tuosday,
February 13, at 10 o'clock o. m., the
following property: 0 horses, 3 to 10
I years old; 27 head of cattle, 12 head of
hogs, complete sot.ot farming tools.
CWTUOIt IW1 IT
tic now. mmwQ
Sat., Jan. 13
Somo bargains in city proporty. A
nice two story houso of nino rooms,
with six lots, comont walks all now.
A nlco homo in good part of town for
A homo of four rooms with 2i lots,
barn. A nlco nluco for $700.
A houso of four rooms with ono lot
Thoso aro bargains and if you want
a homo at a prico that, will ploaso you
seo nie. I also havo sovoral good
farms loft that I can soil at the right
prico. J. P. Halk,
Tho Real Estate Man.
Will "Spread Out."
Morhart Bros, havo purohasod tho
Mi.or building, which adjoins thoir
hardware storo on the north nnd is
now occupied by tho bowling alloy.
Thoy will cut an arohway botwoon tho
two rooms, and uso both in thoir busi
ness. This move has boon mado nec
essary by tho iuoroa80 in thoir busi
ness and tho crowded condition of
thoir present quartors. Tho Morhart
boys havo grown from infancy to
young manhood in Rod Cloud and wo
aro glad to note the ovidonco of thoir
When needing any
thing in the Grocery
line, come in and in
spect my stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
We carry Red Cloud,
Riverton, Amboy and
Lebanon Flour. Sole
B. E. McFarland
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