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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 4, 1906)
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You'll enjoy It.
.A FULL LINE OF
Toilet Articles, Paint,
Chas. L. Cotting
Win. Holsworth is on the sick list.
iMrs. .1. A. Tulleys is in Lincoln this
Dr. K. A. Thomas, Dentist, Damerell
Walter ICuley was up from Chester
Al Strohm was down from luavale
.It is time the street sprinkler was
.John Rutlcdge came home from He
bron last night.
Eugene Shuck was up from Guide
Perry Gntsoway was down from Ox
Charley Gumey shipped 05 head of
Mrs. Harriet Einlgh yas in Guide
II. H. Morgan returned from Repub
lican this morning.
Foil Sam: Two small showcases.
Inquire at this otlice.
Edna Cordell of Republican is here
visiting with friends.
II. I. Atkinson of Denver is night
operator at the depot.
.Jesse Itruoks was down f rom Cather
ton precinct Tuesday.
Mrs. S. Day is visiting in Campbell
and Upland this week.
D. W. Turnure and Ren MeFarland
were in Chester Monday.
D. R. Whitaker has been granted a
pension of $0 per month.
Preaching service at Haptist church
next Sunday at usual hour.
It is rumored that there will be n
new hack line to the depot.
Foil Sai.k A baby buggy, rubber
tired. Inquire at this otlice.
Work on George Hollister's new res
idence was begun this week.
Mrs. O. E. Ramey is visiting with
her daughter at Cotcstield, Neb.
H. .1. Sheldon is having a house
built on his farm north of town.
Lawrence Gurber went to Pecos Val
ley, New Mexico, the first of the week.
W. W. Davis went to Wray, Colo
raco Sunday bight on a business trip.
Dr. Damerell is home from Dallas,
Texas, where he has been buying cat
tle 11. F. Muntz, was home from Norton,
Kansas, Sunday visiting with his
Wanti:i to have sixty acres of
prairie broken near Red Cloud. C. W.
Mrs. .lames Morrison of Superior
was visiting with Mrs. W. W. Warren
This department is now complete in every de
tail, and increasing in popularity, as it justly should.
We have spared neither time or money to make this
Millinery Emporium a credit to Red Cloud, and we
are glad to know that the Ladies appreciate our
New Spring Goods
Our store is brimful and running over with new
Spring and Summer Goods consisting of all the new
fabrics and weaves in Silk, Silk and Wool, and Wool
Suitings; also Wash Goods in unlimited quantities.
Embroidered Waist 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'
and Children's Spring Coats and Jackets. They are
certainly the nobbiest we have ever seen. We can
save you money on these garments. Let us show you.
Ladies' and Misses'
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x lie iicvv o7iiii OMiia mo 111. intj win (Jicio ;.;
you in stole, workmanship, fit and price. We have no $
-,?! competition in skirts. Buy your Skirt of us and be
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Otis Frazier and wife have moved to
Red Cloud and expect to make their
.los. Herburger is having the inter
ior of his restaurant neatly papered
Carpenters are busy at work on Alf
McCall's new residence in the west
part of town.
The cement curbing for the new
walk in front of the MeFarland prop
erty was put in this week.
M. M. Messmore and family have
moved into the McKimmey property
in the south part of town. (
Wantkd cattle for summer pasture.
Plenty of shade and water. 40 cents
per mouth. O. M. Ukdoi:. I
Miss Fannie Huntley went to Hold-
rege Wednesday evening, where she
has a position as stenographer.
Dr. Thomas gives special attention
to diseases of women and children.
Otlice over Cotting's drug store.
Lew McClintock, who has been night
operator at the depot, was transferred
to Itcnkelmau Wednesday morning.
Miss Ethel Whittaker, saleslady at
Miner's store, went to Canton, Illinois,
Monday morning to visit her sister.
Mrs. Grace Sutton and children of
Walnut Creek are in Red Cloud visiting
with Mrs. Mary Arneson this week.
"Hill" Sanderson and Mike Mlisshad
a mix-up Saturday, in which Sander
son got considerably the worst of it.
Misses Marie .Jensen and Margaret
Hairnets of Kensington, Kansas, visit
ed in Red Cloud Sunday witli friends.
The ladies of the Christian church
will hold an apron sale, and serve
dinner and supper, Saturday, April lit.
A. Soderberg leaves for Lincoln this
morning for a visit and will go from
there to Omaha, where lie has a posi
tion. The Juniors of the high school will
give a banquet at the Royal Hotel
this evening in honor of the Senior
Mrs. Mary Petrie left the first of the
week to join her husband in Lincoln,
where they will make their future
W. II. VanPatten and family went
to Holly, Colorado, Wednesnay morn
ing, where they will make their future
G. L. Lewis of Fairbury, district
deputy of the M. W. A., was in Red
Cloud this week in the interest of the
For rent. 10 acres plowed land 1 1-U
miles north east of Inavale. Inquire
of Ed Grossman or C. L. Cotting, Reil
II. E. Radley of Nelson arrived in
Red Cloud Tuesday evening and is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. E. A.
Manager George Warren reports that
over sixty telephone were put out of
business by the storm last Friday
Ralph McConkey, who is now em
ployed in the Hastings electric light
plant, was in Red Cloud the iirst of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guthrie were
called to Uurr Oak, Kansas, Friday on
account of the sickness of Mrs. Guth
Mrs. Anna Pope arrived Wednesday
evening from Sun Prairie, Wisconsin,
for a visit with N. L. D. Smith and
Mr. and Mrs. Saladen, Mrs. Alta
Frink and Geo. W. Haker of Lester
were in Imperial this week on a land
The "Twenty Years Ago" column is
omitted this week owing to there
being no copy of Tuk Ciiikk of twenty
years ago this week.
Mrs. Ernest Welsch is anticipating
this arrival of her brother-in-law, lierr
Krause, from the old country. He left
Hreinen on the lUth.
Mrs. Harriet Emigh expects to re
turn to her home in Hatavia, Illinois,
Saturday morning, after a pleasant
visit here with friends.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
C. Ayers, living in Franklin county,
died early Tuesday morning and was
buried in the afternoon.
The Brunswick barber shop is fitted
with bath tubs and all modern appli
ances. Under Tuber's billiard parlor.
Frank Ilenson, proprietor.
The school board will hold its regu
lar monthly meeting next Monday j
evening, at which time business of im-'
portance will be transacted
Miss Lorn Redden of Maquoketh,
Iowa, arrived in Red Cloud Wednes
day evening for an extended visit with
her sister, Mrs. E. M. Crone. i
It pours the oil of life into your sys
tem. It warms you up and starts the
life blood circulating. That's what
Say, Felloui I
Wouldn't you like to get acquainted
with one of our handsome
Spring Sqits at
$10, $12, 15 OF $20?
Well, come in. We'll introduce you to
one. The introduction will be 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 SHOES, HATS, FURNISH
INGS are right. Come and get ac
quainted with these lines of wearing
Cowden-Haley Clothing Co.,
A L WA YS RELIA BLE
First Door North of PostofUcc, Rod Cloud, Nobr.
Hollister Rocky Mountain tea does.
a." cents, tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting:
The Democrats elected .Mm Dahlman
mayor of Omaha Tuesday, as well as
electing all other city ollicers with the
exception of one councilman.
Ed Storey, who has a position as
cook at the Hastings Insane Hospital,
came down to Red Cloud Monday for a
visit with relatives and friends.
Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Raines went to
Lincoln Tuesday morning, where the
Doctor will attend a meeting of the
Nebraska State Medical Society.
Ollicers and members of Gartichi
W. R. C. are requested to be present
at the regular meeting, Saturday,
May .r. Hy order of the president.
A. R. McConnaughey, who has been
employed at Sheard's barber shop,
leaves Sunday for Lincoln, where he
will work in the Palace barber shop.
A. II. Haskins, who has been here
visiting with his brother, L. A. Has
kins and family, returned to his home
in Elroy, Wisconsin, Tuesday morn
ing. 'A. Wells and two sons were down
from Riverton Wednesday. Mr. Wells
bought .'100 fence posts here and saved
about $7 by coming to Red Cloud to
Guy Tennant has purchased the
residence property just north of M.
C. Sherman's residence, in the south
end of town, and will make his home
Mrs. Carrie McKeeby, Mrs. L. II.
Hlackledge and Mrs. C. D. Robinson
were in Omaha this week attending
the meeting of the Eastern Star grand
Foil Sam: Iron beds, Sl.fiO; springs,
SI. SO; mattresses, SI. SO, and other
household goods in proportion. In
quire of Mrs. D. F. Tennant, at Pio
Word has been received here that
R. D. Jones, formerly in the lumber
and milling business here, lost his
large furniture store in the San Fran
One of the features already talked
of for the reunion this fall is a band
contest. It is proposed to offer S'JOO
in prizes, which should attract some
pretty good bands.
About thirty representatives of the
various business houses of Red Cloud
went down to the river yesterday
afternoon and repaired the temporary
bridge so teams could cross.
S. V. Ludlow has received a letter
from a physician in Alameda, Cal.,
stating that his son, Percy Ludlow,
after escaping from the San Francisco
disaster, had been stricken with a
mild form of smallpox.
Have you pains in the back, inflam
mation of any kind, rheumatism,
fainting spells, indigestion or consti
pation? Hollister's Rocky Mountain
tea makes you well, keeps you well.
3S cents. C. L. Cotting.
L. M. Crabill returned from Omaha
Wednesday morning. He brought
back witli him a hearse and a Miller
landau. Neither of the vehicles are
brand new, though both are in line
condition and of up-to-date patterns.
Miss .lessie Wert, who has been tak
ing a course in the Conservatory of
Music at Lincoln, returned to Red
Cloud last Friday and expects to make
tliis place her home. She will give
instructions in vocal and instrumental
Have you weakness of any kind
stomach, back, or any organs of the
boey? Don't dope yourself with ordi
nary medicine. Hollister's Rocky
Mountain tea is the supreme curative
power. :JS cents tea or tablets. 0. L.
Fred Stanley, brother-in-law of W.
II. Tabcr, arrived from Lincoln Mon
day, lie drove ."Sir. Tuber's line driving
mare as far as Rlue Hill, but left her
there on account of the muddy roads.
.Mr. Tuber went up after her Tuesday
That there will be a great number
of new walks put in this year is cer
tain. Work has already begun. This
week the cement curbing has been put
in for walks in front of the Cotting
and Lindsey blocks and the lots south
of Peterson's implement house, and it
(Continued on Page Four.)
Some of the Mottoes at
are as follows:
Anil the host flour room in the
county. Every sack of Hour you
got from this storo is warranted,
tho sumo us everything olso. If
tho goods do not givo satisfac
tion, YOUIl MONEY BACK.
B. E. MeFarland
Rural, 35. Bell, 79.
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