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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1906)
George Reardslee is building a new
Dishwasher wanted at .1. O. hind
Dr. K. A. Thomas, Dentist, Damerell
Don lluylcs was up from Guide Hock
Fred (Jund was down fromlllue Hill
Wanted A correspondent in every
II. 15. Itoyd was down Iroin Hladcn
Col. Winfrey was down to Superior
Iteruard MeNcny was in Guide Rock
Charley (Jarber was over from Ksbon
Mr. and .Mrs. Lon Eddy are parents
of a new boy.
W. 11. Householder was down from
Clyde Mart, left for Seward Moir
lay, driving through.
George Newhouse went to Lincoln
II. S. Holcomb returned Tuesday
from a trip to Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gillard were down
from Naponee Sunday.
Ike Myers has bought the Dueker
restaurant at Lebanon.
A good barn and corn crib to rent.
Inquire of A. E. Strolim.
The ofllcinl ballots this year are
three and a half feet long.
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Saunders are
parents of a boy, born Thursdap.
For Rent Two furnished rooms, to
.gentlemen only. Inquire at this ofHcc.
Marion Neal went to Maryville, Mo.,
the first of the week to visit his
Mesdames Burr, Doudna, McCallum
and Garber were up from Guide Rock
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allsop are the
parents of a boy, which arrived Tues
Mrs. Christie Patmor left Wcdnes-
venlng for California, where she will
kpend the winter.
R. L. Sknggs, the Lebanon jeweler
and tombstone man, was in town the
first of the week.
Ex-Congressman W. E. Andrews will
speak in Red Cloud next Monday night,
at the opera house.
Postmaster Hackor will conduct an
-examination for rural mail carriers to
on jrrow morning at 0 o'clock.
All the barber shops will hereafter
remain open until 8 p. in through the
week and 11 :.'(() p. in. Saturday.
The Indian Creek Ladies' Aid Society
"will give a Thanksgiving supper and
apron sale at the home of Jacob
Mrs. Jessie McVay and baby arrived
'Tuesday from Lacomb, Alberta, Can
ada, for a visit with relatives in this
.Miss Cora Tulleys went to Naponee
the first of the week, called there by
the sickness of her sister, Mrs. Ed
II. 1). Sutherland, fusion candidate
for congressman, spoke to a fair sized
audience at the court house Monday
Tone the liver, move the bowels,
cleanse the system. Dade's Little
Liver Pills never gripe. Henry Cook's
President Roosevelt has issued his
' proclamation naming Thursday, No
vember 211, as a day of Thanksgiving
Are you troubled with piles? One
application of ManZan will give you
immediate relief. Sold at Henry
Cook's drug store.
Pinesalve cleanses wounds, is highly
antibeptic, unequaled for cracked
hands. Good for cute. Sold at Henry
Cook's drug store.
George Clauson took the pile-driver
out to Frank Smith's place, in Gar 11 eld
precinct Monday, where they are
building a bridge.
Attoreny General Norris Rrown has
advised the county treasurers not to
accept a partial payment of the rail
road taxes for 1000.
While Mrs. Charley McKeighan was
out driving last evening the team ran
away and the buggy was almost com
Ancil Crablll, who is employed by a
live Btock commission company in St.
Joe, arrived home Tuesday, evening !
Mr. and Mrs. Emory Riggins of (
Larned, Kan., visited In Red Cloud
Sunday. Mrs. Riggins was formerly i
Miss Millie Iloyd of this city.
Prof. Steidley of the State Sunday ,
School Association will deliver an ad-1
dress at the Christian church Monday
evening. Everybody invited. i
Old time prices prevail at Mercer's
barbershop, basement of Potter block.
Steam heat and all modern eonven-'
ierces. Try "The Urunswlek."
Miss Lillis Drown, who lias been !
teaching the Ash Creels school, has re
signed her position and returned
Tuesday to her home in Lansing, Mich.
Simon Von Itoening and daughter
Ida of Koseuiont were in lied Cloud
Saturday on their way to Orleans for
a visit with Mr. Von Hoening's sister.
Ed Cook of Okmulgee, I. T.. paid a
short visit to his parents, Dr. and Mrs.
Henry Cook, the first of the week, re
turning to his home Wednesday niorn-
The Catholic ladies gave an enjoy
able basket supper and dance Monday
day evening at Woodman hall, adding
a neat sum to the church building
The engine, transformers and other
supplies for the light plant, with the
exception of the generator, arrived
the first of the week. The engine is a
Dr. Warrick, the specialist, will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients, and
those needing glasses properly fitted,
at Dr. Damerell's oillce, Tusday, No
E. II. Newhouse came in from Chi
cago on No. 14 Tuesday morning. He
got home just in time to welcome a
boy who arrived at his home a short
Rrucc Frame has resigned his posi
tion at McFarland's grocery and gone
back to his father's farm near Blue
Hill. His place has been taken by
Subjects to bo discussed at the Con
gregational church next Sunday:
Morning, "The Conversion of the
Thief on the Cross"; evening, "Criine
Its Causes aud Remedies."
Arthur Myers, who recently bought
the brick livery barn building from
E. U. Overman, has bpught Archie
Roren's interest in the business and
will take possession January 1.
Wayland Llpplncott, the ilG-year-old
son of W. J. Llppincott, attempted to
jump over a gate last Sunday and fell,
breaking his left arm just above the
wrist. He is getting along nicely.
When wanting any Edison or Victor
records remember that Newhouse
Rros. have the largest line In the city.
Remember that they have each month's
new records as soon as they come out,
The first number of the business
college lyceum course, the Trier Sis
ters Concert Company, appeared at the
opera house Tuesday evening and de
lightfully entertained a large audi
is here. See me for
all kinds of
New Pickles to Ar
rive Next Week.
Dill Pickles ic each
Sweet and Sour. . .5c doz
Highest Price Paid
Air. thm Phone
Many men give lavishly of gold,
To build bridges aud castles and
towers of old;
If you want everlasting fame, a
Give the poor and needy Roekv Mount
ain Tea. C. L. Gating.
The ladies of the Eastern Star gave
a farewell reception for Mrs. W. It.
Parker, Tuesday afternoon, at the
home of Mrs. L. II. Fort. Mrs. Parker
was presented with a handsome East
ern Star pin by the members of the
The Business college football team
went to Smith Center last Friday and
met defeat by a score of It) to 0. This
was their first game, aud several mem
bers of the team were unable to make
the trip, or there might have been a
lion. George L. Sheldon. Republican
candidate for governor, was to have
delivered an address in Bed Cloud
Wednesday evening, but the date was
canceled at the last moment in order
that he might address a big meeting
in Lincoln the same evening.
Large audiences were present at the
Congregational church hist Sunday
morning and evening. In the morn
Rev. Cressman preached upon the
anointing at Bethany, his subject be
ing, "God's and Man's Estimate of
Waste." An offering of Sl.'l was taken
for foreign missions.
The eleventh and twelfth grades of
the high school went out to a Hallow
een party at Charley Gurney's Wed
nesday evening, riding out in a hay
rack. When it came time to return
home the wheels of their wagon were
missing and they had to "hoof the
two and a half miles into town.
We have received from Secretary of
State Galusha a duplicate express re
ceipt showing that the sample ballots
were shipped to the county clerks on
the 20th of October. The law pro
vides that the sample ballots shall not
be sent out before midnight of the
21st; as that date fell on Sunday, they
were sent out a day earlier.
An enthusiastic rally is planned to
take place next Sunday at the Chris
tian church in the interest of the
Sunday school. Dr. E. A. Thomas and
Prof. Dietrick, prominent Sunday
school workers, and Rev. Davis will
give brief ialks. Special music by the
quartet composed of Miss Griff eth,
Miss Sherman, Mr. Argabright and
Mr. Walter Warren. The exercises
will begin promptly at 10 a. in. Every
The Letts-Spencer Grocer Co. of St.
Joseph, Mo., have asked us to inform
our lady readers that the offer of a
set of dishes which they made through
our columns, and which was origi
nally designed to be closed October 1,
has been extended to December 25. In
filling out the coupons for this beau
tiful 31-pieec breakfast set you can
have an additional two months. Get
to work at once and have a set of
these dishes on your breakfast table
J. W. Warren returned from Red
Oak, la., the first of the week, where
he had gone in search of his son Carl,
who'left home last Thursday morning
without informing his folks where he
was going, but it was learned at the
depot here that he had purchased a
ticket for Red Oak. Mr. Warren
found that Carl had reached Red Oak,
but had left before his father's arrival.
Carl had had no trouble at home, and
there was no cause for his leaving ex
cept a desire to travel.
Dr. W. S Smith, who has been prac
ticing osteopathy here for the past
two years, leaves next Wednesday for
his home in Sterling, Col., where he
will visit for a short time before going
to his new location at Morgan, Texas.
Dr. Smith has built up a good practice
here, and has made many friends who
will be sorry to learn of his decision
to leave. His practice will be taken
by Dr. Boles of Blue Hill, who is well
known here, and who will bo especial
ly welcome to the football squad.
The Blue Hill Leader is knocking on
the proposition for a new court house,
and says if the citizens of Red Cloud
want a now court house they should
build it themselves. The Leader says
that if the county seat is moved to
Blue Hill they will build a court
house and pay all the expenses of re
moval. So would Guide Rock, or Ina
vale, or Cowles, or Bladen, either of
which towns would be as suitable for,
county seat as would Blue Hill. How
ever, Red Cloud is in no danger of
losing the county seat' for some time,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Seen 75he New
We want every young man in to see it. It's
certainly a beauty. Drop in any day and see this
handsome newcomer in Overcoats.
If you want "tte" Coat you'll certainly leave your
Overcoat money here. It's by all odds the smartest
Coat that has been offered for many a day.
$10, $12, $15, $18, $20
Men's Suits in all the new Fall Models. We want
?5 he Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.,
. ALWAYS RELIABLE
First Door North of PototHcmt 11 Cloud, Nebr.
We have on sale the largest
and most up-to-date line of
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Cloaks and Skirts ever shown
in Red Cloud.
Do Not Be Mislead
by so-called "special" Cloak
Sales. A look at our Cloaks
will convince you that we can
and do undersell all competitors on Ladies' Tailored
Skirts. Our stock is now complete and it is recog
nized and admitted by even our competitors that the
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