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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1906)
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Toilet Articles, Paint,
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Mrs. 11. H. Foe returned to her ' 4 ,1 J. K 9 UJ tt.l I
homo in llcrndon. KaUas. this uc-W. : SM n'w n y ,,w "T w ft
Tho following msin-i-u" In- -uses ' ffi MmHMUfllMrj;&Hfl3 &
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with nni! o our lianoomo
I Spring Salts at
Well, conic in. We'll introduce you to IJj
one. The introduction will he naturally m
!.. M. Crablll i in Omaha th'iMWeok.
Dr. Asherwusln Kivorlon Tuesday
Dr. K. A. Thornim, Dentist, llnuiereil
W. 15. Parker loft fov San Francisco
F. V. CowiU'ii went to Masllnjrs
V. A. Uarrison was down from Mlno
Curl W. Hfluilto and Anna Muehl
woyor. April ','().
Chnrloy Waddi-ll was in tlu oity tin'
tlr.st of tla' wi'idc.
Mrs. I'"rank Minos was visitiniy in
Dr. Diuiu'rt'll is lmvinir Ins ivsliliMK-t
puiiitod this week.
Mrs. A. Johnson is visiliiitf with ln-r
parents in Illinois.
.lohn I'olnifky is having his honsi
painti'd this week.
Foi: S.vi.r. Two small showcases.
Iii(idtv at this oHlcc.
I'. D. Payne went to Republican
City Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd MeCall are the
parents of a baby irlrl.
II. II. Morgan went to Republican
City Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Nellie West Caster went to
IJlue Hill Monday noon.
Miss Alphoson Demurs was down
f!-C f .. C.rvH-friO' . f" Campbell Saturday.
i Adair (ialusha was down from
coin the llrst of the week.
Koit Sam: A baby buggy, rubber
tired. Inquire at this otlice.
Chas. Iloom of llladuu made this of
fice a pleasant call Tuesday.
Ancil Crabill returned to his studies
The Cutler it Lainphere company
came to the opera house Monday for a
week's stand at 10 cents admission
jnul has been playing to fair houses.
live years ago, when his show played I'l" UmAW 'ir-
for ei.rht niL'hts. The first niirht a Dr. Holes of Hlue Hill was visiting
terrific ruin poured down and the roof over Sunday with Dr. Smith.
of the opera house sprang a leak,
compelling the discontinuance of the
play. In telling of the affair Tiik
Ciiikk at that time said the pluy was
nbundoned as the actors had neglected
to bring their bathing suits and row-lioats.
Krank Huffy and Hilda Slunault,
both of Guide ltock, April 2.r..
The interior of the county clerk's
ofllce was repapered this week.
Ed Oarber and family and Miss Lett
were visiting in duide Uock Sunday.
This department is now complete in every de
tail, and increasing in oouularity, as it- justly should.
Ui We have spared neither time or money to make this
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Millinery emporium a creaic co is.eu v-iouu, aim wc
are glad to know that the Ladies appreciate our
New Spring Goods
Our store is brimful and running over with new
8$ Spring and Summer Goods consisting of all the new
i fabrics and weaves in Silk. Silk and Wool, and Wool
$$ Suitings; also Wash Goods in unlimited quantities.
Patterns and Waistings to
Just received our new tailor-made Suits that
range in price from $10 up to $22. These Suits were
manufactured by Landesman-Hirschheimer Co., rec
ognized leaders of fashionable Ladies' Suits and
Coats. We also have their line of Ladies', Misses' j
and Children's Spring Coats and Jackets. They are j
certainly the nobbiest we have ever seen. We can
save you money on these garments. Let us show you.
Ladies' and Misses'
The new Spring Skirts are in. They will please
Sif you in stole, workmanship, fit and price. We have no
i& competition in skirts. Buy your Skirt of us and be fc&!
wore Issued by .Judge I'M on thi-i wei k:
ri'litrtieil (o liis
TtU'sd.iv mori ing.
NVvntki to have i.ty aer-'s f
prnlrle broken neat' lied i'loud. I . .
AHss Clara Mavlindule was home
from lllue Hill Sunday visiting her
lis. S. West returned from NttpotUT
Tuesday iiiorning. after a week's visit
Dr. Damerell and (Vowel I ltros.
went to Dallas, Texas. I uesuay mori
ing to buy cattle.
Father .1. V. Lougnot has moved
into the Toiiilinson property in Hie
west part of town.
Monday was Arbor day. but the day
was not observed in this oily by any
Miss Tilla Cook, who has been in
Iowa for several years, returned home
tho llrst of the week.
F. I. 'Smith returned from Kansas
City Wednesday morning, where he
had been with eattle.
W. II. Van Patten and family leave
the lirst of the week for their future
home in Holly, Colorado.
Mrs. Lucy Myers was down from
lliverton Tuesday, visiting her par
ents, .los. (iiirbcr and wife.
Dr. Thomas gives special attention
to diseases of women and children.
Otlice over Cutting's drug store.
The Red Cloud Knights Templar
and Odd Fellows have each donated
S.V) to the Sun Fruncisco sufferers.
Work on the river bridge has been
suspended until the arrival of a new
foreman to superintend the work.
Little Oliver Hunohey is the proud
possessor of a new corn popper and
peanut roaster which cost hiin 00.
.1. P. Delaney, formerly manager of
the Ferguson elevator here, is now
located at Muriel, in Adams county.
Dr. Robert Mitchell has decided to
locate in Red Cloud and is occupying
otlice rooms with Dr. K. A. Creighton.
.1. II. Robison and Harry Roats of
Red Cloud, marketed eight Carlouds of
corn fed steers today. Drovers' Tele
gram. L. K. Herburger, editor and mana
ger of the Holstein News, came down
from Roseland Sunday for u visit at
Miss Mary Damerell entertained
several of her young friends at her
home Thursday evening at a dancing
Rev. .1. M. Hates returned from St.
Paul Tuesday and will hold the post
poned Easter services at Orace church
Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Dewitt moved to
Norton, Kansas, Wednesday, where
Mr. Dewitt has been transfered to as
John O. Yeiser came down from
Omaha Sunday to attend to some
legal business. He returned home
Ernest Reed of ltladen is slowly re
covering from the uccident which be
fell him u few weeks ago, though he
is still unable to talk.
The Hrunswick barber shop is litted,
with bath tubs and all modern appli
ances. Under Tuber's billiard parlor.
Frank Henson, proprietor.
People with money to invest could
do no better than build good resi
dences for rental purposes. There is
quite a demand for them.
The Degree of Honor will hold an
important meeting next Tuesday
night and it is urgently requested
that all members be present.
Schmidt it Wisecarver do not ex
pect to be bothered by the shortage of
the ice crop. They have installed in
their meat market an ammonia refrig
Will Wolfe has purchased the
blacksmith and machine shop of
Mayor C. T. Dickenson. It is under
stood that his brother Ira will have
charge of the shop.
The following sermon themes will
be presented ut the Congregational
church next Sunday: Morning, "They
saw no man but .Jesus;" evening,
What are you Sowing."
District court adjourned Tuesday
morning to Monday, May 7, owing to
the serious illness of .Judge Adams'
son, who is in a Lincoln hospital suf
fering with appendicitis.
Miss Jennie Winton has received
word from her brother, l C. Winton,
Well, come in. We'll introduce you to
one. The introduction will he naturally
beneficial. We are the Leading Cloth
iers of Southern Nebraska, as our rec
ord of eight years success proves. We
want your trade and your good will.
Our methods entitle us to it.
Our S1IOLS, HATS, FURNISH
INGS are right. Conn; and get ac
quainted with these lines of wearing
'6 he Cwdii4i33ley Clothing Co.,
First Door North of PostoWcc, Red Cloud, Ncbr.
at Herkoley. usuburbofSun Francisco,
saying that he was out of the city at
the time of the earthquake.
Miss Mamie Kllis, principal of the
high school, is confined to her bed by
illness, the result of having resumed
her school duties before having fully
recovered from an uttuck of mumps.
All smart, up-to-date women of today
of llladou expect soon to have tho
court house moved to their town
provided they can slip past Cowles
with it. Mr. Wratten also states that
he expects to run for governor this
fall if he can Hud a vacant place on
In our last issue we neglected to
chronicle the wedding of Miss Myrtle
Know how to bake, wash, sing and to Smith, daughter of N. Ii. D. Smith of
play; (iartleld precinct, and Mr. John Ruth-
Without these talents a wife is N. (i. j ,!uth , le n A
Un ess she takes Rocky Mountain Tea. J ' , ,.
C. L. (Jotting. favorably known here. The cere
, ,, . 1 inony took place at the home of Mr
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ing lightning struck the home of Mrs.
Juliet Walker, knocking a chimney
from the building and scattering soot
through the rooms. No serious dam
age. The city council was to have held a
meeting last night to consider bids for
the electric light bonds, but owing to
the "big doings" at Guide Rock no
quorum was recorded on the clerk's
The A. 0. U. W. made record break
ing time in the payment of the death
claim of R. W. Lailin of Wymore last
week. The money was paid over to
the family within two hours after the
This is the season of listlessness,
headaches and spring disorders. Hol
listers Rocky Mountain Tea is a sure
preventive. Makes you strong and vig
orous. :i.rt cents, tea or tablets. C. L.
Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Ludlow have re
ceived a letter from their son Percy,
who was in San Francisco ut the time
of the earthquake, saying lie escaped
without injury, though he lost all his
The hotel at Cowles will close per
manently next Monday. Mr. and Mrs.
Decker lind the work out of propor
tion to the ilnunciul returns and this,
coupled with poor health, has decided
them to discontinue the business.
You feel the life-giving current tho
minute you take it. A gentle, soothing
warmth tills the nerves and blood
with life. It's a real pleasure to tuke
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
cents, tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting.
Tuesday morning Postmaster T. C.
Hacker received a telegram from his
daughter, Mrs. D. F. Parker, saying
she had cotton away from San Fran
cisco and arrived safely in Ilerkeley.
The telegram wits three days in tran
sit. V. 11. Fulton is again in charge of
Sullivan's lumber yard. Vie is an ex
perienced lumberman and his old
friends will be glad to welcome his
return to the business. Mr. Sullivan
expects to return soon to Colorado for
the benefit of his health.
Pert (Jarber left Tuesday morning
for Elmira, Wash., where he has un
emruiroment to pitch for a base ball
team this summer. We believe that
Pert will be able to "make good."
The place was secured for him by his
uncles, Sam and (leorge (Jarber, who
are in the real estate business there.
J. Wratten of liladcn was doing jury
duty this week, lie says the people
ecu in Litis city
last Monday, Rev. Davis olllciatiug.
The committee of arrangements for
the coining evangelistic meetings has
secured the three lots across the street
north from the Itaptist eliurch, where
they will erect a tabernacle (ill by 10(1
feet. This will give an immense seat
ing capacity. Arrangements have
been made for the lumber and it is
hoped to begin work on the structure
by the 10th of May and huve it com
pleted by the 20th.
On account of poor health and too
much work for mo and my wlfo JI will
soil my restaurant, stock, fixtures and
all. Louis Sodebdero.
Some of the Mottoes at
are as- follows:
And tho host Hour room in tho
county. Every sack of flour you
got from this store is wurrimtod,
tho sumo us everything olso. If
tho goods do not give satisfac
tion, VOUIl MONEY BACK.
B. E. McFarland
Rural, 35. Bell, 79.
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