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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1906)
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Have you selected your turkey?
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving.
Dr. E. A. Thomas, Dentist, Damcrell
Ulrie Henry was up from Guide Hock
There will he no rural delivery next
Read our great clock offer on the
E. K. Hurr was up from Guide Rock
I). V. Gibson came up from Guide
"Uncle" John l'augh was down lrom
Hlue Hill this week.
Mrs. George Heanlsloc is visiting
rrlativos in Lebanon.
Olaas Hose of Kosomont attended
district court this week.
Mrs. Dr. Myers of Hiverton visited
in Ued Cloud Thursday.
Krank Waulle was down from Kladcn
Monday attending court.
A good barn and corn crib to rent.
Inquire of A. E. Strohni.
Anthony Shaefer is in Kansas City
taking medical treatment.
John Parker of Hlooiniugtou was in
town the first of the week.
Joe Denton of Hladen was in lied
Cloud the first of the week.
Mrs. .fames Peterson and Miss Mary
are visiting in Pennsylvania.
John Kasmusscn was down from
Nsponeu the first of the week.
Xavier Demars of Campbell was in
Kcd Cloud Monday on business.
G. W. Haker and wife are home
from an extended visit in Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lindley of Itivcr--ton
spent Sunday in Red Cloud.
Louis Rangert was up from Guide
Rock this week, serving as a juror.
M. R. McHalc and P. I. Van Metre
were down from Rluc Dill Monday.
For Rent Two furnished rooms, to
gentlemen only. Inquire at this ofllcc.
Mrs. Anna Tulleys and daughter
Cora went to Napouee Sunday night.
Mrs. S. L. Anderson is very ill at
her home in the north part of town.
; W. J. Wilson, G. II. Sailor and G. P.
' Jicnke came down from Rladen Mon
day.' A. II. K.iley and daughter Myrtle
-wcnt to Limon, Col., the first of the
A. R. Kirkpatriek of Guide Rock was
doing jury duty iu Red Cloud this
Arthur Raum, the Rosemont lumber
man, was in Red Cloud the first of the
Whenever you happen to think of a
.news item, phone it to Hell 72 or Mu
Will Scrivner and Jim Hutlcrwentto
Colorado the first of the week to look
Eck Drown, the Franklin photogra-'
pher, was in Red Cloud Tuesday on
Mrs. E. H. Smith is visiting with
licr daughter, Mrs. Omcr Doling, in
Snapp's orchestra has been engaged
to play for the Thanksgiving dance in
I). P. Kimmel and wife were down
from Hladen Monday as witnesses in
the Waulle case.
Dave Rest came down from Hladen
Wednesday to assist Snapp's orchestra
5it the club dance.
J. L. Davis of Walnut Creek returned
Tuesday from a land buying trip in
J. L. Haker, the Hladen liveryman,
was in town the first of the week as a
witness in the Waulle trial.
Clare Nesbit arrived Monday from
Dcadwood, S. D., whero he is engaged
in the fruit and commission business.
Thud Rants and wife of Juniata 'nr
rived in Red Cloud Sunday evening,
called here by the illness of Nelson
Mrs. Ed Christy and children of
lcnoa, arrived last Saturday for a viblt
with her sister, Mrs. George New
house. There will be a turkey shoot at' the
Hedge farm, two miles north and a
half mile west of town, next Tuesday
Tone the liver, move the bowels,
cleanse the system. Dado's Little
Liver Pills never gripe, llenry Cook's
Otis Frazior and wife will leave soon
ior their now homo in York county,
where Mr. Frazior will havo charge of
Homer Haker has been doing jury
duty this week and as a consequent
work on the water works improvement
is at a standstill.
Pinesalve cleanses wounds, ishighly
antiseptic, unequaled for cracked
hands. Good for cuts. Soldat Henry
Cook's drug store.
Are you troubled with piles? One
application of MauZan willglvo you
immediate relief. Sold at Henry
Cook's drug store.
Mrs. John A. Harber, one of the old
est residents of the county, is very ill
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mot
ter south of town.
No game of chance, no disappointed
contestants, no skulduggery of any
kind connected with our great clock
ofler on the first page.
A fair sized audience listened on
Sunday evening, at the Congregational
church, to an interesting sermon on
"A Disappointed Life."
A Thanksgiving servico will be held
at the Indian Creek school house No
vember 20, at 11 a. in. Sermon by the
pastor, Rev. A. A. Cressman.
Old time prices prevail at Mercer's
barbershop, basement of Potter block.
Steam heat and all modern conven
iences. Try "The Hrunswick."
Mrs. Al Slaby presented this olllce
with some mammoth apples and on
ions, part of a consignment which she
received from relatives in Indiana.
The Red Cloud high school football
team met defeat in Superior last Fri
day, 11 toO. Superior is expected to
come to Red Cloud soon for a return
"Seph" Rosencrans returned to his
home in Helvidere, 111., Wednesday
morning. He expects to bring out an
other party of Illinois landseekcrs in
a short time.
Oscar Hurroughs went to Franklin
Sunday. He played with the Franklin
football team against Bloomiugton on
Monday. The game was won by
Franklin, 8 to 0.
Tin: Ciiikk has made arrangements
to purchaso 100 handsome eight-day
regulators, to bo given away to those
securing now subscribers and renew
als. Read offer on first page.
Attorney Geo. N. Hawkins of Lcb
non was in Red Cloud Weduesday on
legal business. He was accompanied
by John W. Wright of Manhattan,
Kan., a former citizen of Franklin.
The skating on the .ponds is good
and the young folks arc taking ad
vantage of it. This is the first time
in many years that there has been
good skating so early in the season.
Taken as directed, it becomes the
greatest curative agent for the relief
of suffering humanity ever devised.
Such is Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Tea or tablets, 35c. C. L. Cotting.
A union service will be held on
Thanksgiving day iu the Christian'
church at 11 si. m. The sermon will
in 5 bushel lots
All the Phones
be preached by Rev. Ward L. Austin
of the .Methodist church. The public
is cordially invited.
In every clime its colors are unfurled
Its fame is spread from sea to sea;
He not surprised if in the other world
You hear of Rocky Mountain Tea.
C. L. Cotting.
About forty members nnd friends of
the Christian church met at the home
of the pastor, Elder C. E. Davis, last
evening. A musical program was
rendered and a general good time Jwas
enjoyed by those present.
To Our Friends and Customers, and
Those Who Would Like to He: Good
coal is going to bo very scarce and
later on it will probably be itnmpos
sible to get any. Yours very respect
fully, Pi.att &. Fm:i:s Co.
Will La Rue, who has been engineer
of the switch engine here for several
years, left with his family Wednesday
morning for Republican City, where
they will make their home, Mr. Laltuc
having been given a run on the Obor-
Friends of Adair Galusha will be
pleased to learn that ho will retain
his present position iu the olllce of the
secretary of state, the announcement
of his reappointment having been
made yesterday by State Secretary
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. Cotting.
The little daughter of E. S. Fitz of
Garfield precinct suffered a badly
sprained arm Tuesday, necessitating
the services of a physician. The acci
dent occurred while the child was
trying to climb down from a stool in
one of the dry goods stores.
The German Insurance Company of
Freeport, 111., has been absorbed by
the Royal of Liverpool, which guar
antees the payment of all German
policies. The Royal paid all its San
Francisco losses from its home reserve
without touching its American re
serve. One of the worst frauds ever foisted
upon this state is the wolf bounty
law. Wo know of instances where
old wolves aro penned up and pro
tected in order that they may breed
aiu1 their protectors reap the bounty
on from five to a dozen coyote scalps.
The state is annually robbed of thous
ands of dollars in this maimer.
A union temperance meeting will be
held in the M. E. church next Sunday
evening. Short address by the pas
tors of the various churches will bo
given on some phases of the temper
ance question. The W U. T. U. bus
requested that all the pastors in the
city preach sermons iu the morning
along the line of good citizenship.
Free Three life like, ideeplng,
dressed dolls, given away absolutely
without cost; with every flOc purchase
numbered coupon. The one holding
the largest number of coupons is given
the largest doll. The one holding the
first lucky number gets the next
largest doll. The one holding the
second lucky number gets the other
doll. Your goods cost you no more.
If our information is correct, and
wo have no reason to doubt it, the
delectable and festive lobster will
probably form a principal part of the
diet of the citizens of Red Cloud and
vicinity in the future. Our informant
states that Mr. Cliaijles Rosier has
made arrangements to begin raising
or "farming" lobsters in Kalcy's lake.
It is stated that he has a car load of
salt on the way with which to salt the
water in the lake, so the lobsters will
not miss their native element.
A dinner was given Wednesday to a
number of old ladles at the homo of
Mrs. Moore. There were at least seven
present who v;ero past 80 years old
and Grandma Warren.who is nearly 01
years old. Rev. and Mrs. Cressman
were honorary guests. It was a de
lightful occasion. Mrs. Wickersham
and Mrs. Douglas seem never so happy
as when engaged in making comfort
able the declining years of their lady
friends. The dinner was a most ela
borate one. All in all it was a day
long to bo remembered by those
present. And tho thanks of the guests
aro hereby extended to those who wore
instrumental in providing this never
to bo forgotten occasion.
The day when we go back to the old home to
feast on the home-fattened Turkey and the pies
that mother makes; the day when Friend meets
Friend. The man who goes visiting as well as the
man who entertains will, of colirse, wish to appeor
at his best. We re ready
to strengthen any weak
spots in the wardrobe and
place a man in condition to
appear well on Thanksgiv
ing day. '
Anything that's wanting
can be found here.
The style will be right, the prices will be right,
and the man we dress will have something to be
Gomden-Kaley Clothing Go.
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First Door North of RostolUce, Rod 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 Misled
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For Infants and Children.
Till Kind You (tona Always Bought
by so-called "special" Cloak
sales, a iook at our Cloaks
will convince you tnat we Gan -Jzs'e
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
is superior in styje
to any other.
New Pattern and
Just in. Come
and see them.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
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