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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1906)
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Itounion August yo to September 1.
J. P. Crans was in St. Joe Saturday.
Joe lUair was in the oity over Sun
day. A. T. Walker was in Franklin Mon
day. Dr. E. A. Thomas, Dentist, Damerell
There was a slight freeze Saturday
Roy Palmer was down from Inavale
Paul Pope went to Lincoln Friday
Lee Snee is working in Sheard's bar
II. 10. Tolin of St. Joe is cook at the
John Rjttlcdge is re.shingling his
house this week.
Ity .shephordson was down from
Herb I.udlow left the first of the
week for Chicago.
Mrs. F.tigene Hunter was down from
ll'.vortoti Tuesday. j
.sam Temple of Kansas City was in (
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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 froirL$io up to $22. These Suits were ;"
manufactured by Landesman-Hirschheimer Co., rec-
ognized leaders of fashionable Ladies' Suits and $
Coats. We also have their
and Children's Spring Coats and Jackets. I hey are
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
you in stole, workmanship, fit and price. We have no
competition in skirts. Buy your Skirt of us and be
R (1 rli.llii this Hi'!' .
For. .nvii: Two small showc -.
Inquire at this olliee.
Dr. K. A. Crcighton was in Omaha
the llrst of the week.
Harry Letson left this morning for a
business trip to Idaho.
Ralph Hunter and wife were down
from Inavale Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Jones were tip
from Guide Hock Sunday.
Sheriff Hedge went to Guide Rock
this morning on business.
Foit Sai.k A baby buggy, rubber
tired. Inquire at this oillce.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Myers of Leba
non, Kansas, are in the city this week.
It. II. Morgan and wife went to
Republican City Wednesday evening.
Mrs. R. K. Foe of Herndon, Ivan., is
visiting her mother, Mrs. L. MoFar
laud. Robert Fortune of Hebron was in
Red Cloud the llrst of the week on
Regular preaching service at the
Raptist church next Sunday at the
Mrs. Verlinda Lilt, was down from
Inavale Monday and made this ofiiee a
;ij.ss m.z Holdrege. trimmer, at the
Romford A Hays millinery store, was
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line of Ladies', Misses' jjj$
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isit in t w id fririn's in islii nuingti'ii
.las. I'i'tersiiu is hariitr an iuip'o
inent Ihm'sc built at the n-nr of his
MbiTt Knutson, who lives four miles
west of town, brought In nine wolf
Alison (iarber came up from Guide
Rock the llrst of the week to spend a
few days at home,
Rev. ,1. M. Rates will preach next
Sunday night on ".Marriage and the
Miss Myrtle Morrison Is home from
Spencer, Nebraska, where she has been
for some time past.
George Fentress returned Saturday
from Long Island, Kansas, and will
make his home here.
Mr. ami Mrs. Dave hickey and child
ren were visiting with C. T. Dickon
son and family Sunday.
Mr. ami Mrs. James Amick have
mown into .iirs. romiuisoti s prnpeily
in the south part of town.
Wami.h cattle for summer pasture.
Plenty of shade and water. 10 cents
per mouth. ). M. Ilr.txii:.
Harry Moranville and family went
to Fairbury Monday morning, where
they will make their home.
Mrs. Schelfcr and little baby of
Superior were visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Warren Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Grant MeFarland of
Omaha were visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. George Warren Saturday.
Hamp Wisecarver had the misfortune
to fall from his cream wagon Monday
and was rather badly used up.
Dr. Thomas gives special attention
to diseases of women and children.
Olliee over Cotting's drug store.
The members of the Junior whist
club were royally entertained at the
It. t M. hotel Thursday evening.
Mrs. II. A Howard had the misfor
tune to fall down stairs last Friday
and received some severe bruises.
About twenty of the young friends
of Miss Delia Morrison gave her a
surprise party last Friday evening.
Miss Lvu Mann, who has been in
Red Cloud for sonic time, returned to
her home in Oxford Wednesday night.
Marion Mercer is due to arrive from
McPherson, Kan., and will be found
at his old place in llenson's barber
Dr. .1. W. Moranville went to St.
Louis. Mo., last Friday on business,
lie returned home, the llrst of the
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Grimes returned
last Friday from their wedding trip,
and to l.lue Hill Monday, their future
Mrs. Alice Griggs of Denver, Colo.,
an rived in Red Cloud Tuesday morn
ing and is visiting with Mrs. Wicker
sham. For rent, 10 acres plowed land 1 l-
miles north east of Inavale. Inquire
of I'M Grossman or C. L. Cutting, Red
Lou Hohbs and George Miller both
have their new cigar factories in opera
tion and indications point to a good
Mr. and Mrs. I. .1. Wehrman of Nel
son, brother-in-law and sister of Dr.
M. I'. Thomas, were Red Cloud visitors
Mrs. S. R. Meltride has purchased
the property of Mrs. Harriet Fmigh
in the north part of town, Considera
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Porter of Day
ton, Ohio, arrived in Red Cloud last
Wednesday and arc visiting with Mrs.
A. A. Pope.
Miss lOmma Iterglield, who has been
living in Denver for several years, has
returned, and is visiting relatives near
It. F. Muntz, who went to Norton,
Kansas, a few weeks ago, returned
home Sunday and is again working for
Mrs. Martha Overman and Air. and
Mrs. Alex Waggoner, mother and sis
ter of Mrs. Damerell and B. U. Over
man, of Ft. Madison, Iowa, are visit
ing in Red Cloud.
Mrs. Dr. Rogers and two children
from Cuba, 111., arrived in Red Cloud
yesterday and are visiting at the home
of George ltaylor.
Friends of .1. II. Reinsberg, who now
lives in Denver, will be sorry to hear
that he Is losing his eyesight and is
now almost blind.
Red Cloud's young people enjoyed a
social dance Wednesday evening: ut the
Masonic hull. The Italian orchofctra
furnished the musio.
Have you pains in tho back, inllnm
mation of any kind, rJioimmtUui,
faintingf spoils, iiuligosUou or floimti-
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All Woo!. Fast Color
The ('.rental SUIT BARGAIN
ever offered in Red Cloud.
Equal to any $10 Suit on the Market
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SKK THIS GREAT SPECIAL
Gbe Cowden-Haley Clothing Co.,
tt First Door North of PostolTtcc, Rod Cloud, Nobr.
tea makes you well, keeps you well,
lift cents. C. L. Cutting. '
Miss Jessie Ditcher went to Lincoln
Tuesday evening to attend the wed
ding of a friend, which took place !
Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. Waskom, who
have been living in South Dakota, ar-'
rived in Red Cloud Thursday nooll for
a visit with relatives.
Last Sunday the annual collection
for home missions was taken at the
Congregational church. I he amount i
collected was about SO.".
Mr. Krause, brother-in-law of Mrs.
Krnest Welsch. arrived in Red Cloud
Monday evening from Germany, lie
left Hamburg on the IHtli.
The Rruiiswick barbershop is lltted
with bath tubs and all modern appli
ances. Tiidcr Tuber's billiard parlor.
Frank llenson, proprietor.
About half the population of Inavale
precinct were in Red Cloud Thursday
to hear the Strolun liquor case, which
was continued to the September term.
Foil Sam: Iron beds-, 81. .10; springs.
SI. .".(); mattresses, S1..M). and other
household goods in proportion. In
quire of Mrs. D. F. Tennaut. at Pio
The Memorial Sunday sermon to the
members of the G. A. I!, will be de
livered Sunday morning. May :.'7, by
Rev. Davis. The services will be held
at the M. K. church.
Ralph Foe was iij town the llrst of
the week, lie has resigned as station
agent at. Herndon, ICansas. and will
soon be given a much higher position
with the company.
.1. W. Warren, F. Newhou.se. D. L.
Groat, Mesdaiues Warren, Ducker and
Kizer go to Lincoln next Tuesday to
attend the state encampment of the
(J. A. It. and W. R. C.
The following sermon themes will
be presented at the Congregational
church Sunday: Morning, "The Rower
of Vision;" evening "Whom to Know
Aright is Life Fternal."
It pours the oil of life into your sys
tem. It warms you up and starts the
life blood circulating. That's what
Hollister Rocky Mountain tea does.
:5 cents, tea or tablets. C. L. Cutting:
At the regular meeting of the G. A.
R. Saturday evening the dates for the
reunson were chosen August 'JO to
September 1, Inclusive. This brings
the reunion just ahead of the state
fair and before school opens.
Roy Tarr, salesman at Miner's store,
received a telegram Wednesday morn
ing, announcing the death of his
father at Sabetha, Kansas. Mr. and
Mrs. Tarr went to Sabetha Wednesdny
to be present at the funeral.
Mrs. Arthur Myers, living four miles
west of Red Cloud,, was taken to
Omaha Sunday morning, where she
underwent u surgical operation. She
was accompanied by her husband and
Iter father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
The Red Cloud Holl phono lino is
now cqunuetod with tho Guide Rook
exchange and siibnoribers to either ex
D. Kupponholmor& Co.
change can now talk with each other
for the nominal fee of ft cents. The
time Is not far distant when subscrib
ers to the Hell phones will be entitled
to talk to each other in tho country
free of charge.
S. Dyer of Denver stopped oil' in
Red Cloud last evening on his way
home from Missouri, where he had
been to see his aged mother, who
is very 111. Mr. Dyer while here will
either sell his lots on north Webster
street or make arrangements to build
a residence on them, lie thinks Den
ver is the llnest place in the world and
has no intention of over returning to
Red Cloud to live.
There is a law on the statute books
of Nebraska which If enforced would
make every town in the state a beau
tiful place in which to live. The law
provides that the city council may
compel property owners to grade and
H.v up the parkings in front of their
property, even going so far as permit
ting the city to employ a landscape,
garnener or forester to see that tho
work is done right, charging the ex
pense against the property. John O.
Veiser, formerly of this city, secured
the passage of the law when he was a
member of the legislature from Doug
Some of the Mottoes at
are as follows:
And tho host Hour room in tho
county. Bvery sack of Hour you
got from this store is warranted,
tho sumo us everything olso. If
tho goods do not give satisfac
tion, YOUR MONEY BACK.
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