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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1906)
are sold full measure
by United States stand
ard 231 cubic inches
to the gallon. It has
been used in this coun
ty for 25 years and is
fully guaranteed. Buy
tne best and save time
Chas. L. Cotting
V Dr. Thoiuiis gives special at- ,v
j tcntiun to diseases of women
' and children. Oillee in Darner- )
ell hloelc with li. A. Thoiuiis.
$ Hoth phones in olliee and resi- $
ft . ft
H. K. I'oe is in the city this week.
Leslie CJ raves is home from Alma.
I). L. Uroat is home from Chicago.
Dr. Hall of Cowles was in town Mon
day. J. 1 Hale is home from Creston,
Dr. E. A. Thomas, Dentist, Damerell
Mrs. It. D. Oatinan is home from Il
.John Rutledge returned to Hebron
K. O. Garner was down from Ina
Koscoe Weesner is home from Man
lea to, Kansas.
Mrs. Ned (Jrimes is down from Blue
Hill this week.
Miss Cora Tulleys went to Nuponce
Miss Delia Morrison is home from a
vUit in Hastings.
Dr. Asher was in Blue Hill und
liladen this week.
Chester Pope returned to Denver
It. T. White of Guide Rock was in
Red Cloud Monday.
Miss Mary Peterson came home from
-Superior last night.
County Treasurer Krahin spent the
Fourth in Hlue Hill.
.1. I). Crans returned from Kansas
'City Sunday evening.
Mrs. Fred Taylor was down from
Mrs. W. It. Kizer of Lincoln is here
visiting with relatives.
Rev. Austin deliverad the oration at
vCowlcs on the Fourth.
The firemen held their regular
meeting Monday night.
.1. P. Delimey came down fromGlen--ville
to spend the Fourth.
Mrs. George Baylor returned Tues
day morning from Illinois.
II. II. Morgan and wife went to
Riverton Tuesday evening.
Bruce Payne is assisting in Wise
carver & Yost's meat shop.
Dr. Nellie K. Maurer of Esbon was
In town the first of the week.
Over 200 people went from Red Cloud
to Superior to spend the Fourth.
Roy Garbur went to Fairbury Tues
day noon to play ball on the 4th.
Red Cloud Chief
No Better Made
Mr. and Min. John Martin are the
parents of a baby boy. born Saturday.
Fred Rurdcn went to Rladen to visit
his parents and celebrated the Fourth.
Fritz Vance of Hastings visited with
his cousins, the 1 'hares boys, this
John Yost and family of Edgar
moved to Red Cloud the first of the
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lamborn are
the parents of a baby boy. born Sat
urday. John Weesner went to Concordia,
Kansas, Sunday, to attend the .summer
Sixteen of the young folks of Red
Cloud enjoyed a picnic at Amboy Wednesday.
Commissioner Sawyer and Win.
Renkel were down from Inavalc
John K. Aultz and Charles C. Me
Conkey have each received an increase
Furnished rooms for rent for light
housekeeping. Inquire of Mrs. F. W.
Mrs. Al Munk of Cleveland. Ohio,
is visiting in the city with her brother,
W. S. Reuse.
The churches were as hot as ever
Sunday evening. How about the open
One-hundred and fifty-five tickets
were sold last Sunday for the excur
sion to Reatrice.
Mrs. W. W. Warren went to St.
Joseph Monday night for n'week's
visit with friends.
.Misses Irma Vance and Helen Ilea
cox of Hastings are visiting at the
home of P. C. Phares.
Miss Rernice Higby of Reatrice ar
rived in Red Cloud Friday evening for
a visit with relatives.
Miss Nellore Joyce of Lincoln is
being entertained at the home of C.
L. Cotting this week.
There is absolutely no news this
week not even the usual quota of
Fourth of July accidents.
G. V. Argabright, the artist, went
to Nemaha City, Monday, for a few
days' visit with his mother.
F. W. Cowden, wife and children,
and Mrs. I). J. Myers left Tuesday
morning for Roulder, Colorado.
F. R. Manderville and family went
to Seward the first of the week for a
two week's visit with relatives.
Rert Morhart was walking with
crutches the first of the week, on ac
count of having stepped on a nail.
Allen Hadell, youngest son of A.
H ail ell, accidentally shot his left
hand with a blank cartridge Monday.
The Rrunswiek barber shop is fitted
with bath tubs and all modern appli
ances. Under Tuber's billiard parlor.
Mrs. Clara Stevens and children of
Smith Center were in Red Cloud from
Saturday until Monday visiting rela
tives. . !,. onien ami wite leave in a
few days' for Grand Rapids, Michigan,
where they will make their future
Mrs. M. U. Thomas went to Weep
ing Water Saturday morning, called
there by the serious illness of her
Mrs. A. Hadell and daughter, Miss
May, are visiting in Chicago. They
will also visit in Michigan before re
Charley Hunter has already com
menced the erection of a new building
on the site of the one burned at Ina
vale last week.
A. A. Hadden, formerly editor of
the Franklin Free Press, was in Red
Cloud Saturday, enroute to Reatrice
on a business trip.
P. D. Cook and family of Ellsworth
county, Kansas, arrived in Red Cloud
Monday evening for a visit with Fred
Fearn and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Cotting re
turned to Chicago Wednesday morn
ing, after a two week's visit with rela
tives in Red Cloud.
Lew Walters and Ed Ruchenau are
home from Hlue Hill, where they were
doing some cement work for Stude
baker it Finkenbinder.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Schmidt went
to their new home at rails City this
week, where Mr. Schmidt has pur
chased a butcher shop.
Homer R. Clemmons, managerof the
Nation, leaves in the morning for a
month's visit with his parents and
other relatives in Chicago.
Attend the Red Cloud Rusiness Col
leoe the coining fall and if you are
not satisfied, you don't have a signed
note compelling you to attend.
Miss Edythe Crowell of Creston,
Iowa, is expected to arrive in Red
l loud this evening and will again as
Mime management of the Nation olliee.
A little love, a little wealth,
A little home for you and me;
It's all I ask except good health,
Which conies with Rooky Mountain
Tea. C. L. Cotting.
Andrew Hartz's new residence in the
south part of town is nearly ready for
occupancy. Almost time for the an
nouncement of who is to preside over
Mrs. D. I). Doolittle and two sons
of Salina, Kansas, are in Red Cloud
visiting at the home of Leroy 'Purr.
Mrs. 'Parr and Mrs. Doolittlcnrc sis
ters. I). E. Saunders, a member of the
firm of Saunders Itros,. accompanied
by his family, of Wyiuore, were visit
ing a few days' with W. R. Saunders
Mr. and Mrs. Rert Rlalr of Lincoln
arrived in Red Cloud Sunday evening
from Lincoln, for a visit with Mrs.
Rlair's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Raker of Lester.
Miss Laura Hedge, who was taken
to Chicago about three weeks ago to
be operated on for gall stones, return
ed home Wednesday evening, greatly
improved in health.
Mrs. George Johntson and little
daughter left Thursday morning for
Spirit Lake, Iowa. She will visit at
Thompson and Lake Mills, Iowa, be
fore returning home.
Over 200 cattle stalls are already re
served at the coining State Fair to be
held at Lincoln the first week in Sep
tember and very few stalls are unoc
cupied in the horse barns.
Mrs. It. Damerell and Mrs. E. V.
Overman gave a reception Thursday
afternoon and evening at the Dame
rell residence in honor of their guests
Mrs. Waggoner, Mrs. Lemarre and
A pleasant party was given at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cotting
Monday evening. About thirty-live
friends were present and had a very
enjoyable time. Light refreshments
were also served.
It has caused more laughs and dried
more teaVs, wiped away diseases and
driven away more than any other
medicine in the world. Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, tea or
tablets. C. L. Cotting.
Services at the M. E. church at the
usual hours. Sunday school at 10:00
a.m. Preaching at 11 a. 111. Junior
League at 3 p. 111. Epworth League
at 7:15 p. in. Preaching at 8 p. 111.
All are cordially invited.
Si Fincher came home Monday even
ing from Kansas City, where he under
went a surgical operation. The opera
tion was successful, and with the ex
ception of a slight stomach trouble,
Mr. Fincher is feeling all right.
N. R. Truth, St. Paul, June 31, '08
I've lived so long, remember well when
the Mississippi was a brook. My good
health and long life came by taking
Hollister' Rocky Mountain Tea. 35
cents tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting.
We have received from Colonel
Kaley a copy of the program for the
celebration at Cody, Wyoming, on the
lth and 5th, where the Colonel spent
his Fourth. If the program was car
ried out in full, there certainly were
The business college representative,
who is here in these parts trying to
secure students for the Grand Island
college knows this: He does not get
a cent for Ins tallc to you unless you
pay him some cash or sign a note.
Compare his terms witb the Red Cloud
Rusiness college terms and figure how
much you are paying him for his talk.
The live stock department at the
State Fair this year is already assum
ing vast proportions. It has been
necessary for the management to build
three more permanent swine barns,
each containing thirty-eight pens,
which increases the capacity so that
about 1500 head can how be exhibited,
and there lujve been requests for 250
additional pens filed with the superin
tendent. One of Al Slaby's livery horses was
brought In from a drive the evening
of the Fourth and was left standing
while the hostlers were attending to
another team. The horse thought ij,
was about time to go to bed, so he
started on a run for his sl.all. As the
rig passed another stall a horse, reached
out and smashed a wheel of the buggy
with his heels and In the kicking
match that followed the buggy was
badly used up.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tfii Kirn) You Have Always Bought
ess ghssshks a tsssssm o mammam
I Negligee and
se Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.,
rirst Door North of PostotTIco, Rod Cloud, Ncbr.
OLD ROMAN NAMES.
Peculiar System Tlint Wun Ii
Inc Ii tliv Nn'iilll.v.
The noble Roumm were peculiar In
their sys'oin of nomou-hiture. Thrj
had the praenomeu, the nor.ien and tin
cognomen. The firs I of tlioe distil,
gulshed the huuvi.ltr.l ir.ul vrns cqulv.i
lent to our CI:"' -fin or baptismal
name. It was usually Indicated by ::
single letter, as A. for Auhw, or by
two letters, as A p. for Appius, or three.
as Ser. for Servlus. The noincn was
distinctive of the gens or clan and has
no corresponding appellative among us.
The cognomen was placed last and des
ignated tho famillnc, precisely answer
ing to our surname. Sometimes a
fourth name was added, the agnomen,
In consequence of a renowned action,
some conspicuous event of life or fen
ture of character. Sclplo, In addition to
his regular names, was styled Africa
nus after his conquest of Carthage.
The name Gerinanlcus was assumed
by those who distinguished themselves
in the wars with the Germans.
In femalo names tho Romans Indulg
ed but small variety of appellation,
and fancy had little or nothing to do
with their Invention and bestowal.
When there was but one daughter In a
family she received the feminine ter
mination of her gentile name, as Till
Ha, the daughter of Marcus Ttillltis
Cicero, and Octavlae, the sister of Oc
tavlus Caesar, etc., which names wore
retained even after marriage. When
there were two (laughters one was
called Major and tho other Minor, as
Cornelia Major and Cornelia Minor.
If there wore more than two they wcro
distinguished by their number, thus:
Prima, Secunda, Tcrtla, Quarta, etc.
How the Ancient Tented the Fnrltr
of the Metal.
Tho first coins of gold and silver that
have come down to us are now dated
as a rule In the time of CrocHUS, who
lived about the middle of the sixth
century B. C.
It may readily be Imagined that a
mere lump of gold, supposed to bo of
a certain weight, would be subject to
skepticism unless It were guaranteed
by somo recognized authority. So, In
order to savo rewelghlng and testing
at each transaction, these Ingots or
coins were stamped with tho authorlta
tlvo mark of a prluco or state. So
stamped they becomo the truo coins
In spite of tho fact that, contrary to
modern custom, they were not at all
But, fn spite of tho guarantee that
might bo afTorded by tho mark of a
state or a prince, wo find tho GreekH
applying certain tests to determine tho
genuineness of the currency offered to
, them, riatlng was easily detected by
Jabbing tho suspoctcd coin with some
sharp Instrument. At other times the
touchstone was used. One which wns
known as tho "Lydlan stone" was sup
posed to reveal a proportion of foreign
metal ns small as a barley corn In a
stater. Another tost, In tho caso of sil
ver, was to polish tho coin and then
breathe on It If tho molsturo quickly
disappeared the metal was pure. Yet
another way to detect alloy was to
heat the coin or coins on redhot Iron.
If the metal was unalloyed It remain
ed bright, If mixed' with other sub
stances it turned black or red accord
ing as It was moro or less Impure
Oliver S. Tonksjn Chautauquan,
Tho minute the- woathor
has a warm nppoarunco,
just that minute nion be
gin to think of
Our Shirts come from
tho best makers known
best both in cutting ami
Wo order months ahond
of most dealers, and so
luivo confined to us ex
clusively "The rerji crrnin f tht
SVi on'n Si ir linns' '
Cheviot, Madras, Cambric,
I'orcnlos, Mohairs, with or
without collars. Prices,
. 50c to $3
See east win
dow for dis
play. Price 10,
15 and 20c a
B. E. McFarland
Rural, 38. Bill, 79.
for the Fourth
of July trade.
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