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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1906)
Because we make medicines
for them. We give them the
formula for Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral, and they prescribe It
for coughs, colds, bronchitis,
consumption. They trust it.
Then you can afford to trust
it. Sold for over 60 years.
' Aycr' Cherry Pectoral U n rt mody that
Hhoufil be In every home. I Iimv Died a Rr at
ileal of It for Imnl coukIi anil coldt, and I
know what a uplomllil mcdlclno It U. I can
not recommend It too lilftlily." MAUK E.
Coiikn, lljdo I'ark, Mais.
Madtt by J. O. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mass.
Alto manufacturer of
Ayor's Pills groatly aid tho Cherry
fociorai in orcaKinn up vuiu.
Republican State Ticket.
For U. S. Senator
NORMS HROWN, Buffalo.
GEO. L. SHELDON, Cuss.
For Lientenunt Governor
M. II. HOPEWELL, Hurt.
For Railroad Commissioners
II. J. WINN BIT, Lancaster.
ROBERT COWELL, Douglas.
A. J. WILLIAMS. Pierce.
For Secretary of State
GEORGE JUNKIN, Gosper.
E. M. SEARLE, JR., Keith.
J. L. McllRIEN, Fillmore.
LAWSON G. 11RIEN, Boone.
For Attornej' General
WM. T. THOMPSON, Merrick.
For Land Commissioner
HENRY M. EATON, Dodge.
WILLIAM RENKEL, Inavale.
For County Attorney
A. M. WALTERS, Blue Hill.
W. R. ANDERSON, linden.
W. E. THORNE, Illation.
DR. R. F. RAINES, Red Cloud.
For Congressman, Fifth Dist.
G. W. NORRIS, McCook.
Prof. Die trick will give an enter
tainment at Dist. No. 13 next Thurs
day night. Admission 10 pnd in cents.
The reserved scats for the college
lecture course will bo open for selec
tion at Mitchell's jewelry store Tues
day, October 23. No one-date tickets
will be reserved until Wednesday.
One reserve is good for the whole
course, so pick them out Tuesday be
fore the one-date tickets are sold.
The first quarterly conference will
be held at the M. E. church Saturday
evening at 7:30 and the quarterly meet
ing at 11 o'clock Sunday morning.
Rev. N. A. Martin, formerly pastor of
the church at lleatrice, the new pre
siding elder, will conduct the services.
All are cordially invited to attend the
Henry Pierpont of Maryvillo, Mo.,
who has been visiting tho past week
with his brother-in-law, Marion Neal
of this city, and his brother, E. Pier
pont, near Riverton, returned homo
Tuesday. Mr. Pierpont came out here
with tho intention of renting a farm,
but was unable to llnd one. He ex
pects to return hero soon with a view
to purchasing a farm.
Red Cloud's now band has now
about forty members enrolled, and the
prospects are good for one of the best
bands in the state. The beginners arc
taking a deep interest in their work
and are practicing at every spare mo
ment, and regular band practice is
held every Monday and Thursday
night. Director Snapp hopes to have
the band in shape for a concert about
'The Kilties," the crack Canadian
band, is touring this country and the
management of the opera house in
forms ns they arc endeavoring to se
cure a date with them. This is a band
and company of merit, having played
before the crowned heads of Europe.
They also played in tho Collonades
during the St. Louis exposition. It is
hoped the management will secure a
date with them.
The Degree of Honor held an inter
esting meeting last Wednesday night.
After the regular order of business
was disposed of a contest was held in
which the lady writing the most
words ending with "ty" in throe min
utes was to receive a prize. Mrs. John
llarkley won and received a Jpanese
lantern as a reward. Following tho
word contest a banquet was served,
the waiters being attired in Japanese
costumes. Eueh lady present was tho
recipient of u Japanese doll and a
half pound of tea.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
Mr. Houohin is able to be out again.
J. V. Smith was over to tho Branch
John Motter is plastering his houso
this week. -
Mr. Fisher and family 'were guests of
L. L. Dellart last Sunday.
Mrs. Louisa Ailes moved in with
John Ratbjen Wednesday. '
Mr. Saudberg is looking for a now
team to put on tho milk route.
Mrs. Wm. Smith's brother, from Ina
vale, is visiting with her this weok.
Tho Ladios' Aid sooioty mot at tho
homo of Mrs. Elma King Thursday.
Tho old MoKim place of 329 ncros,
was sold last wook for $33 por acre.
Mr. Butler is in Kansas looking up
Rov. Davis of Rod Cloud was in town
Harry Waller is the owner of a fine
Al Docker and family have movod
in with Mr. Boal.
Arthur Lacoy spent Sunday horo
with home folks.
Several from here attended tho car
nival at Lawrence.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kooney visited a
fow days at Dowoeso.
Mrs. M. J. Turner and children
spout Sunday in Guido Rook.
dipt. Blaino and son John loft Fri
day for Denver for u short visit.
Jay Crafford stopped olf in Cowlos
Saturday on his way to San Francisco.
Mr. and Mrs. Adamson have return
on from a visit with relatives in California.
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.
IPAUL STOREY, Clothier
Gigor is building
No Longer an
The Webster County Argus, which
pretends to be a Republican news
paper, came out last week with a
mixed ticket at the head of its editor
ial column. The names on the ticket
are all those of Republicans with the
exception that the name of L. II.
lllackledge is substituted for that of
A. M. Walters for county attorney.
The ticket is headed "Our Ticket."
This is consistent with the action of
the Argus a year ago, when it "bolted"
A. II. Keeney for county judge and
gave its support to the fusion nominee.
Following Judge Edson's induction
into rflice, it was noticed that the
paper contained a few legal notices
from tho probate court. Even though
the Argus supports Mr. lllackledge, wo
fail to see how any genuine Populist
can do so, in view of the fact that Mr.
lllackledge is the legal representative
of tho llurlington road in this county,
and the constant howl of tho f usionists
is against railroads and their attorneys.
It may bo that the Argus is anticipat
ing the printing of a brief, or perhaps
the publication of a nice, juicy legal
"Pat Ryan' Is Hime.
Will Sanderson returned to Red
Cloud Monday morning with G. W.
Llndsey's Galloway herd, which has
been exhibited at tho various livestock
shows throughout tho west during the
past nine weeks. As has invariably
been tho case, Mr. Llndsey captured
tho best prizes wherever he exhibited
his herd, and wound up tho season at
tho Kansas City live stock show last
week, whore ho was very successful in
winning prizes. Mr. Lindsey returned
homo Monday evening.
ManZan relievos instantly the'' pain
caused by those blind, bleeding, itch
ing and protruding piles. It is put up
in collapslblo tubes in such a way that
it can bo applied where tho trouble
originates, thus stopping tho pain im
mediately. Try one bottle and if you
aro not relieved, your money will be
refunded. Try our free offer. Sold at
Henry Cook's drug store.
Humane Officer Needed.
That there is need of a humane ofilcer
in Red Cloud to look after and protect
dumb animals has been demonstrated
on two or three occasions of late.
Last Sunday, in the south end of town
there was given an exhibition of cruel
ty to a horse which was enough to
make one's blood boil. Just because a
horse which had not been broken to
drive refused to do his bidding, Will
Ilrown, the rural mail carrier, picked
up a neck-yoke and struck the horse
such .1 terrific blow that it dropped
dead in its tracks. Such acts as that
are punishable by law, and those who
witnessed the affair failed in their
duty when they did not cause the ar
rest of Ilrown.
Good Words for Burroufttfs.
In commenting upon the appoint
ment of Oscar Hurroughs as superin
tendent of the Red Cloud electric light
plant, the Franklin Sentinel has tho
following complimentary notice:
"Mr. Hurroughs is well known in
Franklin and is liked by everyone who
knows him. He superintended the in
stallation of tho now telephone system
here when so many improvements were
made two years ago and proved a
faithful, reliable workman, winning
friends so fast as ho made acquain
tances. Wo are glad to learn of his
promotion and congratulate both him
and Red Cloud. The salary that goes
with tho oilice is 80 por month."
Geor&e Steffen Injured.
George Steffen, son of C. Steffen of
this city suffered a very painful acci
dent last Friday afternoon. He was
with a threshing gang, and they had
just crossed a bridge near Will Rosen
crans' place, southwest of Red Cloud.
The engine got "stuck" on a small hill,
and Mr. Steffen backed tho engine
down tho hill and gave it a new start,
but the strain was too much and the
engine backed into the soperatdr, tho
reversing lever flew back and caught
Mr. Steffen's right leg, crushing tho
knee-cap. Ho was brought to town
late Friday night and will bo laid up
for several weeks.
Ray Fringor has joined tho band
Herman Bergfiold is going to husk
corn for Henry Johnson.
Henry Johnson is having an addition
built to his house. Brubakers aro tho
Hog cholera is raging in this neigh
borhood. Several farmers have lost
quite a good many.
Pearly Roland is tho first to begin
cribbing corn. He already has about
500 bushels cribbed.
Mrs. Bergfleld is having her houso
reidastored. Mr. Hoover of Guide
Rook is doing the work.
George Richard is going to feed
about a car load of cattle. George is a
mighty good hand at the business.
Mrs. Kuhimau returned to her home
at Chester, after spouditig a fow days
at the homo of her mother, Mrs. Berg-fleid.
Henry Yottor, who has boon visiting
his sister, Mrs. Fritter, is now over in
Kansas running an engine at a sor
Tho basket social at the school house
in district 1(1 last Friday night was a
decided success. Net proceeds, $31,
which will bo used to buy an organ for
Charloy Imhoff shipped a car load of
hogs to St. Joo last Monday. Charley
is ono of tho best farmers in this part
of tho country.
Tho idea that has become general that first class building material
could no longer bo had is certainly knocked out, when you take a
look at the complete line of clear Soft Pine Finish and Siding
carried in stock by
of Red Cloud, Neb. What is also pleasing to the buyers of Lumber
and building material is the fact that their prices aro reasonable,
and they guarantee a SQUARE DEAL. They also have a nice
lino of Oak, Hickory and Poplar Wagon Material. See thoir Shin
gles. You can not help but udmiro them.
Tho members of this enterprising Arm, assisted by plenty of
excellent help, are always glad and take pleasure in showing to tho
public this nice stock.
Androw Gress returned from Nelson
Rov. Farley made a business trip
to Omaha this weok.
Mrs. Charlio MoNeer visitsd with
Mrs. Stryckor Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank VVholand visited
at M. U. Whelaud's Sunday.
Mrs Jeffries of Ayr is visiting friends
and relatives horo this week.
Mr. nud Mrs. Herman Fois visited at
tho home of Louis Feis Sunday.
Ernost Rood nud family spent Sun
day at tho homo of Vet Widdorshelm.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Rood and Miss Grace
Rood drove to Rod Cloud Thursday.
Paris Orndorff of Campbell spent
Sunday at tho homo of his uuolo, J. M.
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spouding tho summer hero visiting
friends and relatives.
Herman Feis went out to Culbortson
Tuesday to visit his brothers, August
and Henry Feis.
Mr. and Mrs. Reihor spent Sunday
' at tho homo of Mrs. Reiher's parents,
Miss Bertie Woodsldo'roturnod from an(1 Mrs- VJun
Alma Saturday after u two weeks visit ' J. C. Currant and family woro pas
with friouds. ' sengors Saturday for Upland, where
Mrs. Mollle Handthorn and son re- they visited friends over Sunday,
turned to California Monday, after Mrs. Strycker and daughter Bessie
visited Saturday and Sunday at the
homo of Mr. Greer, east of Blue Hill.
Mr. and Mrs. Haroload of Rosoland
woro visiting at tho homo of hor
paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Wulburn, ovor
Mrs Lookhart returned Saturday
from Campbell, where she had been
visiting her brother, John Orndorff,
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