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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1906)
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Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cer
tainly cures coughs, colds,
bronchitis, consumption. And
it ctrtainly strengthens weak
throats and weak lungs.
There can be no mistake about
this. You know it is true. And
your own doctor will say so.
" Mr tittle boy had n terrible cough. I tried
everything I roiilil hear of hut In vain until
I trfod Ayor'a Cherry I'ertnrnl. The ilrt
nlxhtbft ou bettor. ami lioMmullly Improvoa
until tn wa perfectly well." HUB. 8. J.
HtrkMC, Alton, III.
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Mao oyo.u- Ayeruo., uaw.iii uhi
Alio manunuiururi ui
Koop tho bowols regular with Ayor's
Pills ana tnus nasion ruuuvury.
wbout on tho Ohorloy Bosso ranch on
West Penny crook.
Mrs. J. C. Foutz of Guido Rock was
the guost of hor puronts, Mr. and Mrs.
Win. VanDyko, Sunday.
Mrs. J. E. Fox and MrB. Goo. Drake
have gono to Tronton, Nob., to visit
John Boauohatnp and othor friends.
Tho Aubushou boys will feed threo
car loads of hogs and steors thin fall.
Amos Oust will food about 100 head of
Lost, on tho road botwoon Lebanon
and tho state lino, a gentleman's black
dross coat. Finder pioaso leavo at
Tho Aubushon boys got 140 pounds
of honoy out of tho old house on West
Penny crook ranch, formerly ownod by
L. D. Oat num.
Froacbing at district No. 8, by Rev.
J. J. Campboll, Sunday at 11 a. in., and
8 p. m. Come and hour tho annual re
I port of tho conference.
painting in Guido
M. J. Turner is
Rock this wook.
Messrs. Nuto and Fred
Monday for Idaho.
Ernest Morgan arrived
tho first of tho wook.
Miss Pearl Schoolcraft has roturnod
to hor homo in liluo Hill.
Quito a number from horo attended
tho fair at Bladen last week.
John Thompson has moved to his
father's placo In the country.
Jossio Franco has just comnlntod a
now houso on his farm north of town.
Arthur Holmos of Murray, Nob., vis
iting with his cousins, Will Peak and
Mrs. G. A. Latto.
John Loront. has moved to tho
proporty ho recently purchased from
Mol Morgan and family have gono
to Oklahoma, where they oxpoct to
make their fiituro homo.
Mr. Thomas and family havo moved
to thoir farm north of town. They ex
pect to start for Colorado soon.
Sponco loft Tuesday
Republican State Ticket.
For U. S. .Senator
NORMS HROWN, Buffalo
KO. L. HHKLDON, Cass.
I)r Lieutenant Governor
M. It. HOrHA'KLL, Hurt.
For Railroad Commissioners
II. J. WINNKTT, Lancaster.
ROB12RT COWKLL, Do iglas.
A. .J. WILLIAMS. Pierce.
For Secretary of State
UKOKGti .1UNKIN, Gosper.
K. M. SRARLK, JR., Keith.
J. L. MoBRIEN, Fillmore.
LAWSON G. RRIEN, Boone.
jFor Attorney General
WM. T. THOMPSON, Merrick.
jFor Land Commissioner
HENRY M. EATON, Dodge.
WILLIAM RENKEL, Inavale.
ITor County Attorney
A. M. WALTERS, Blue Hill.
W. R. ANDERSON, Bladen.
W. 13. THORNE, Bladen.
II. F. RAINES, Red Cloud.
"For Congressman, Fifth Dist.
G. W. NORRIS, MeCook.
Interesting Items Gathered
i by Our County R.eportors
Mrs. Anna Hawls hold a reception in
Bier now barn last Friday night.
Gravonor Stauser is building him
rsolf u now collar and milk houso.
Alice Popo and hor cousin from
jMissouri aro visiting Charles Ailesund
family this week.
Mrs, Win. Smith was up to River
ton tho first of tho wook looking over
.their now homo.
Mrs. Lippiucott wont to Blair tho
tUrsfc of tho wook for a' visit with rela
tives and ftieuds.
Mrs. Pearl Ailos and Mrs. Myrtle
Katlyon woro visiting B. F. Reed aud
family tho last of last wook.
Lylo Lippiucott and wifo returned
toTopoka last Monday after having
spoilt two weeks with Lylo's parents.
Mrs. Bartor, who has boon visiting
with hor daughter, Mrs. Lippiucott,
returned to hor homo in Blair Monday
It is our sad duty to record the
death of James McCartney, an old and
ij?ell respected citizen of Garfield.
Obituary uotico olsowhoro in this
Miss Ruth Housoholdor roturnod to
R. C. Chovalior was a passongor for
Denver last Saturday ovoning.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Fit, aro visit
ing at Boulder, Colo., this wook.
Mrs. Burgo of Blue Hill visited hor
parents, Mr. aud Mrs. Stewart Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leisfolt of Orlouns aro
visiting at tho homo of Houry Myers.
Miss Bertio Wood si do is visiting
friends in Republican City this week.
Mrs. Carrio Adams and daughter ro
turned to their homo in Hastings Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Feis aro taking
in tho street fair at Campboll this
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson visited at
tho homo of his parents in this city
Mr. and Mrs. Leisfolt, Mr. and Mrs.
Myors visited at tho homo of llormun
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Watson of
Inavale visited at tho homo of J. W.
Henry Best returned to Kearney
Monday after visiting homo folks uud
taking in tho fair.
Mrs. Goo Nowhouso aud children
roturnod to Rod Cloud Sunday, after
visiting hor parents aud taking in tho
Mr. Denny has resigned his position
at tho Guud & Co. elevator and has ao
coptod a position ut tho North lumber
Mrs. Sweeney and children returned
to Ravenna, Sunday after spending
a week visiting her uuut, Mrs. J. W.
Geo. Solomon returned to Atlanta
Saturday. Mrs. Solomon will visit
friends and relatives for a couple of
weeks beforo sho returns.
Mrs. Stella McGonan of Los Angoles,
California, returned to Blue Hill Satur
day after spending several days at tho
homo of Mrs. Wayno Reed.
Mr. aud Mrs. Joo Widdorshoim and
children returned to Norman Satur
day after spondiug sovoral days visit
ing friends aud taking in tho fair.
S. C. Shuck has sown 20 acres of ryo.
W. J. Hasklus has sown about 12
acres of ryo.
Mrs. Labou Aubushon was tho guest
of friends on Dutoli Flat last Sunday.
John Shook of Lobanon, Kan., will
anovo on tho Labon Aubushou farm
Mr. Duckworth has sold tho farm ho
Ixruigbt of Mr. Boauchamp for $5100 to
Hid. Mountford will sow 40 acres of
Potatoes will not bo very plentiful.
Mr. Shannon will teach at district
Mr. Sutton has fifteen bushels of
Tho ground is iu flno condition for
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Siborts spent
Sabbath at John Sutton's.
Goorgo N orris of Wisconsin is visit
ing his undo, Mahlon Points.
Mrs. Arnoson and daughter Sara
visited with Mr. Poiuts and family
Corn is a good crop. Somo pieces
that havo boon kopt clean, promises
an extra yield.
Threshing has commenced. Frank
Coulsou had a flno pieco of oats which
Mr. Brown has his flno rosidonco
nearly completed. Ho intends put
ting in a hydraulic ram at tho spring
uud will pipe tho wator into tho houso.
Dr. Nell Maurer will open her
dental parlor in the room north of
Morlmrt Bros. She has just returned
from a post graduate course at Omaha
and is now better equipped than be
fore to do first-class work.
Many men give lavishly of gold,
To build bridges and' castles and
towers of old;
If you want everlasting fame, a
(Jive the poor and needy Rocky Mount
ain Tea. C. L. Catting.
If you have lost your boyhood
spirits, courage and confidence of
youth, we offer you new life, fresh
courage and freedom from ill health
in Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
3fi cents, tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting.
This is the season of decay and
weakened vitality. Nature is being
shorn of its beauty and bloom. If
you would retain yours, fortify your
system with Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. 35 cents, tea or tablets. C.
The south ward Sunday school has
started a teachers' meeting, which
will be held on Thursday evenings at
the homes of the teachers. This is to
be a union meeting and is not confined
to teachers. The school Sunday had
82 in attendance.
Mrs. J. W. Warren returned from
Crystal Lake, South Dakota, Wednes
day night, where she 1ms been for
about three months' taking care of
her daughter, Mrs. Jessie Darling,
who has been dangerously sick. Mrs.
Warren expects to return in about
three weeks to her daughter's bedside.
Bee's Laxative Honey and Tar the
original laxative cough syrup acts as a
cathartic on the bowels. It is made
from the tar gathered from the pine
trees of our own country, therefore is
the best for children. It is good for
coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough,
etc. Try our free offer. Sold at
Henry Cook's drug store.
The Ladies Episcopal Guild will
give the annual Harvest Home supper
at the residence of T. C. Hacker,
Tuesday, October 9, from 5:30 to 8
o'clock. Following the supper will
be given "The Bachelor's Reverie or
The Old Sweethearts of Mine," to
which all are cordially invited to re
main. Supper and entertainment 25
James Burden and his nephew, Fred
Burden, went hunting Thursday, and
while they were driving along the
road in search of game tho shotgun
carried by Fred was accidentally dis
charged. He was holding the gun be
tween his knees, muzzle upward, and
the charge from the gun tore a hole
through his coat and shirt, leaving
his undershirt untouched. The buggy
top was riddled. It certainly was a
close call for Fred.
WE ARE READY TO SHOW YOU THE
In anything in
All the newest in Suits, Overcoats, Hats,
Shoes and Furnishings. In the Sum
mer lines there are some good things,
and these you may have at prices that
will surprise and please you.
CLOTHING, HATS, SHOES, FURNISHINGS
Every Garment Guaranteed.
PAUL STOREY, Clothier
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No Longer an
Tho idea that has become general that first class building material
could no longer be had is certainly knocked out, when you take a
look at tho complete line of clear Soft Pino Finish and Siding
carried iu stock by
of Red Cloud, Neb. What is also pleasing to tho buyers of Lumber
aud building material is tho fact that thoir prices aro roasonablo,
and they guarantee a SQUARE DEAL. They also havo a nice
lino of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. See their Shin
gles, i'ou can not help but admire them.
Tho members of this enterprising firm, assisted by plenty of
excellent help, are always glad and take pleasure in showing to tho
public this nice stock.
Tom Doiikin is visiting homo folks.
G. G. Hoit was in Rod Cloud Mon
day. Wallaco Vouco loft Monday for Wy
oming. Mr. Squires wont to Red Cloud Saturday.
Miss Anna Nitgl Is working for
E. T. Foo roturnod last Wodnesday
Slightly Excited. .
A bareheaded boy, carrying a tin
dipper, rushed breathlessly into a
Little River drug store and stunned
the proprietor by his excited remarks;
"Doctor, mother sent me down to the
shotecarypop quicker'n blazes coz bub's
sick as the dickens with the pipin
chocks an' she wants a sinbleful of
polygollic in this dipper coz sho hasn't
hot a gottle handy an' tho gin tup's
got the bine witters in it. Got any?"
To Now England and Canada daily
low excursion rates during Soptembor
to Canada, and on Sept. 5 and 10 to
Now England resorts.
Cheap ono way to Pacific coast
cheap colonist rales, dally to San
Francisco, Los Angelas, Portland,
Soattlo, Taooma aud othor coast terri
tory August 27 to October 31, also
ohoap ono wav to Montana, Wyoming,
Big Horn Basin, Utah and wostorn
Colorado September 15 to October 31.
Our Prices are the Best
ED AMACK, Prop.
Sound round trip September 3 to 14,
50 to California; ouo way via Pugot
Sound $02.50. Last chauco this sum
mer. Donvor, Colorado Springs and Pu
oblo ono faro round trip, maximum
excursion rate 815 from Nebraska Sop
tombor 10 to 22 inclusive.
To tho oast and south ohoap oxcur
sisns to various destinations during
Homosookers excursions frequent-
Portluud aud Pugot ly oaoh month to western Nebraska,
OBHtorn Colorado, Big Horn Basin, dry
Free Kiukaid lands Writo D. Clem
Denver, Agent Burlington s Homo
Bookers' Information Buronu at 1004
Farnam at., Omaha, at out gotting
hold of a froo section of Kinkaid land,
lhousandofucros of thoso lands aro
being vacated, and wo assistsottlors in
locating on theso lands,
Consult nourost Burlington tickot
agent about low rates for summer
tours In any direction. J. F. Edwarda,
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