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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1906)
f LOGALETTES I
Dr. E. A. Thomas, Dentist, Damerell
L. II. Itlacklcdgc was in Lincoln
Mrt and Mrs. 1). II. Kaley are home
Al Groat returned Monday from
District court will convene In this
city next Monday.
llornard MeNeny went to Alma
Mrs. Charles Stoner was down from
' naval o Thursday.
Miss Marie Olmsted was down from
llruec Frame of Hlue Hill spent
Sunday In thoVlty.
Mrs. Porter Halo was down from
Lew White took a trip to Wymore
the first of the week.
Mrs. Ned (Jrimes came down from
Hlue Hill Wednesday.
Two car loads of fine apples, just re
eeWed. Turnure Ilros.
Miss ltessie Diekerson , was down
from Inavalc Tliursday.
A good barn ,and corn crib to rent.
Inquire of A. K. Strohm.
County Attorney Walters was down
from Hlue Hill this week.
Ike Myers, the Lebanon restaurant
man, was in town Monday.
J. I'. Delaney of Glenvllle, Neb.,
spent Sunday in lied Cloud.
Hiss" Points of Walnut Creek is
home from a trip to Colorado.
J. O. Lindley and grandson, Ray
Khler, went to Hastings Monday.
Roy Oatman returned Wednesday
morning from a short trip up west.
For Rent Two furnished rooms, to
gentlemen only. Inquire at this ofiice.
Mrs. Walter Roby gave a birthday
party for her husband Tuesday eveu
lng. Whenever you happen to think of a
mews item, phone it to Hell 72or Mu
Mrs. Fred Hummel 'of Hot Springs,
S. Dak., is visiting relatives in this
J. W. Warren will go to Omaha
Monday to serve as a juror in the fed
Lost opportunity to buy'good apples
cheap. Two car loads of them at Tur
Tom Swart, went to Alma last Fri
day, where he has a position in his
W. R. Parker and wife left Wednes
day evening for their new home in
Mrs. Lottie York left Tuesday for
Hloomington to join her husband's
A couple of coats of paint would
materially improve the appearance of
the court house.
Rev. .1. M. Hates
extended trip in
is home from an
part of the state.
.lohn Tulloys, state examiner of
county treasurers, was in town the
first of the week.
Misses Inez and Hazel Holdrege of
Inavale attended the Kilties jband
D. R. Whitaker went to the western
part of the stato Tuesday evening on
at land-seeking trip.
Charles .loyce, the Inavale station
agent, took in the Kilties band enter
Dr. N, II. Morrison attended the
dental association meeting at Superior
the llrst of the week. .
Russell Shields, son of F. P. Shields,
formerly of this city, has purchased
the Hlue Hill Leader.
The high school football team is in
Superior today, playing the high
school team of that place.
Mrs. Joseph Garber returned Wed
nesday evening from a visit with her
daughter Cora In Lincoln.
Lyman Esslg and Sam Heaton, Sr.,
ench received a big bunch of Colorado
feeders Sunday morning.
Dr. E. A. Thomas was down to Su
perior the ilrst of the week attending
a district meeting of dentists.
Mrs. G. E. McKcoby left Monday for
Pueblo, Col., where she will spend
ihe winter with her son Fred.
i Overlng Hros. this week put up a
flno fnrally monument on the .Havel
lot in the Red Cloud cemetery,
Clare Nesbitt of Deadwood, S. D.,
is expected to arrive today or tomor
row for a visit with homo folks.
A. II. KalcV is here this week from j
ijimon, coi. ne is mucu improved in
health since removing to Colorado.
The Itufitin Creek Ladies1 Aid Society
will give a Thanksgiving supper and
apron sale at the homo of Jacob
Dr. E. A. Thomas and Prof. Paul S.
Dietrich assisted at the district Sun
Sunday school rally In Hladen last
The Lebanon high school footlmll
team will play the Red Cloud high
school te.am in this city next Friday
Tone the liver, move the bowels,
cleanse the system. Dade's Little
Liver Pills never gripe. Henry Cook's
The ofllelal count In Kansas shows
that E. W. Hoch, Republican has been
re-elected governor by a plurality of
A colony of gray squirrels has taken
possession of the trees in the court
house park, and' they are becoming
Turnure Hros. have just received
two cars loads of hand-picked apples.
This Is Is the last opportunity to buy
"Hank" Richmond, formerly of this
city, but more recently with the
Omaha World-Herald, has bought the
Are you troubled with piles? One
application of ManZan will give you
immediate relief. Sold at Henry
Cook's drug store.
David Morrison and Sheriff Hedge
went to Alma today, where they
were called as witnesses in the Shel
burnu divorce case.
Frank Hines suffered a badly mash
ed linger Thursday morning while as
sisting in unloading the Kilties'
trunks at the depot.
Mrs. Carl Ferguson and baby of Or
leans are vistlng this ' week at the
home of Mrs. Ferguson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. II. Fort.
"Soph" Rosencrans is here from
Belviderc, 111. He is on his way home
from taking a party of landseekcrs
out to Chase county.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Smith, who con
ducted the Catholic carnival, went to
Hastings today, where they will con
duct a similiar event.
George Totter came down from
Campbell Thursday. He ha sold his
livery business at Campbell and is
looking for a location.
Mrs. A. T. Vance and Mrs. Ritchey
of Cowles arrived in Red Cloud Tues
day evening on their return home
from a trip down in Kansas.
Subjects at the Haptist church rnext
Sunday: Morning, "The Distinctive
Haptist Doctrine''; evening, "Imperial
Nebraska and Her Fanatics."
The little son of Hert Holdrege of
Inavale fell and struck hisjhead on a
grating in front of Turnure's store,
yesterday, eutting'it severely.
Mr. and Mrs. William Myers and
A CAR LOAD
SEE ME FOR
All thm Phones
baby have returned to their home In
Alma after a brief visit with Mrs.
Myers' sister, Miss Jessie Wert.
Sheriff Hedge went to Hladen this
morning to subpoena witnesses in the
Waulle ease, which comes up for trial
In the district court next week.
Old time prices prevail at Mercer's
barber shop, basement of Potter block.
Steam heat and all modern conven
iences. Try "The Hrunswlek."
A little son of Irving Hates had his
right leg badly wrenched by falling
through a grating In front of Miss
Graves' hair dressing parlors, Thurs
The jurors who were) drawn for the
April term of the dlstrietcourt are
notified that they are expected to be
on hand for court next "Monday, No
The law firm of Keeney Saylor
has dissolved partnership and Mr.
Saylor has opened otllces In the rooms
formerly occupied J. R. Mercer, in the
Sam Parkes, one of the early set
tlers of this county, came in' Monday
evening for a brief visit
brother, William Parkes.
lives at Garnett, Kan.
He 'f now
Anna Gould has at last been grant
ed a divorce from her French count,
Honi de Castellune. She paid seven
million dollars to get him. These for
eign titles come high.
George" Heaton left for Lincoln last
Saturday, where he went to J attend
the trial of the colored woman "who
attempted to rob him while he was
attending the state fair.
The .Japanese carnival given by thi
Catholic ladies Tuesday .and rt Wednes
day evenings was highly enjoyed by
all who attended, and netted a neat
sum for the church building fund.
One lesson learned from the Sunday
morning lire was that the department
needs some now hose. More water
was lost through leaks than reached
the nozzle to be thrown on the lire.
Taken as directed, it becomes the
greatest curative agent for the relief
of Buffering humanity ever devised.
Such is Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Tea or tablets, 3.rie. C. L. Cottlng.
William Wcesner has sold the old
Hen Ludlow place, north of town, to
Allen Carpenter, and has purchased
from D. R. Whitaker the oldSamuel
Garber place, adjoining the city on
"Eck" Drown, who'was recently em
ployed In Schultz's photograph gal
lery, left Tuesday evening for Frank
lin, where he has purchased a lot,
erected a building and will soon'open
a gallery for himself.
Joe Piper of Lincoln, state inspector
of jails, visited the Red Cloud jail the
latter part of last week. He.said the
Webster county jail was the most
cheerful and best kept institution of
the kind in the state,
A committee from the Commercial
club started out Wednesday to secure
signers to the petition for a new court
house. They received a great deal of
encouragement everywhere except at
Hlue Hill and Cowles.
James Peterson returned this morn
ing from Omaha, where he attended
the joint meeting of the Nebraska, and
Western Iowa and the South Platte
Implement Dealers' associations. The
two organizations failed lo "fuse."
Your stomach churns and digests
the food you eat, and If foul, or tor
pid, or out of order, your whole sys
tem suffers from blood poison. Hol
lister's Rocky Mountain Tea keeps
you well. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
C. L. Cottlng.
In speaking of the Sunday morning
fire the Com-Ad says: "The depart
ment was prompt. and saved the body
of the house." Correct, Hrother Hos
mer, but you should' have informed
your readers that its head, tall and
hind legs were badly scorched.
Hugh Gulliford got up early Sun
day mornlmg, and as a consequence
the rest of the town also got up. Mr.
Gulliford nroso a little before half
past ft and attempted to start a lire in
a gasoline heater, which exploded.
He lost no time In getting to the lire
station and giving the alarm. Prompt
response on the part of the citizens
resulted in saving the lower part of
the house, the roof and seeond.story
being badly damaged. During the first
few minutes the fire-lighters were
badly handicapped by leaky hose and
low water pressure.
CASTOR I A
For Infiuits and Children.
Till Kind You Hate Always Bought
Seen J5he New
I ?yMfcla. iff fffl& $01 I
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 "the" 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
?o he Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.,
First Door North of Rostohlcc, Rod Cloud, Near.
sVe 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 Misled
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 c'ompetitors that the
House of Kuppcnhclmcr
is superior in style
to any other.
New Pa-ttern. and
Just in. Come in
and see them.
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