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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1906)
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C. I'1. Cnthcr is home from Wyoming.
Dr. E. A. Thomas, Dentist, Damcrcll
Hiss Ilcssic Dickenson is visiting in
John Kose was down from lllue Hill
Nebraska defeated Cincinnati yestor
day, 41 to 0.
Charley Moranvillc returned Friday
D. K. Whitakcr returned Monday
W. K. Oeer and family spent Thurs
day in Superior.
William Ariirit was down from Hluo
N. S. Uants is able to be out after a
very severe illness.
Will Maekey is nursing a bad felon
4)D one of his fingers.
ITiss Moore of Lincoln is the guest
of Miss Vera Crabill.
llrs. Ed Amack is visiting at her
former home in Illinois.
Will Sullivan returned to Houldcr,
Col., the first of the week.
C. W. Jlushee and family arc visit
ing in Holdrege this week.
Miss Villa Ross and Miss Zoc San
son are visiting in Heatriee.
Bnapp's orchestra played for the
lance in Superior last night.
The petitions for a new court house
-arc being signed numerously.
Dishwasher wanted at the Hurling
ton hotel. First class wages.
Kemp simply delighted his audience.
Aurora (111.) Daily Express.
Dr. and Mrs. Rice of Aurora, 111.,
are guests of Dr. J. S. Emigh.
Carl Hirkner returned Sunday from
. two months' stay in Kansas.
Mrs. Leonard and Miss Agnes were
lown from Iliverton Saturday.
Karl Spcnce went to Bladen to eat
Thanksgiving turkey at home.
The Red Cloud Highs are playing a
return game in Lebanon today.
Walter Scott and W. S. Ashby were
down from Uluc Hill last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Blackledge at
tended ,the dance in Superior last night.
Hen Williams and Miss Edna Wil
liams went to llloomington Wednes
day. Arthur MeArthur spent Thanksgiv
ing with relatives in Long Island,
J. O. Hutler and Will. Scrivner re
lumed Sunday from their Colorado
Mrs. Mary l'otrio of Sheldon, Neb.,
is visiting at the home of John Kel-
Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Fort are visiting
their three daughters in Orleans this
George Van" Camp came down from
Hastings Friday to see the football
Miss Florence l'otter went to Lin
coln Wednesday to spend Thanks
Whenever you happen to think of a
iicws item, phone it to Hell 72 or Mu
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warren and
Hiss Ruth Warren spent Thursday in
Oscar Hurroughs, water and light
commissioner, , spent the week in
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harlow left
Tuesday for their home in Los An
Prof. Dudley went to Superior yes
day to see the Franklin-Superior foot
Don't forget the big football game
next Friday Superior High vs. Red
Mrs. Arneson and daughter Sara ate
turkey as the home of Fay Arneson, in
Mr. Kemp kept everyone laughing.
Burlington Ilawkcye. Opera house,
A now switchboard was placed in
the Farmers' Mutual Telephone ex
Earl Roberts was arrested last night
on an old warrant charging him with
disturbing the peace.
Prof. John Wecsner, principal of the
Webber schools, came homo to eat
turkey with his parents.
Kemp is a clever reader -reader and
impersonator. Hatavla (111.) Herald.
Opera house Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Martin of Port
land, Ore., visited old friends in lied
Cloud the first of the week,
Rev. Austin returned Sunday from
Juniata, where he had been assisting
in conducting a revival service.
Mrs. Charles Milligan, son Charley
and daughter Gertrude went to Ale
Cook Thursday for a brief visit.
George P. Miller, who was formerly
in tlie cigar manufacturing business
here, is now located at Humboldt.
A. Brunor suffered a stroke of par
alysis last Saturday and is reported
as being in a very serious condition.
The ladies of tho Christian church
will hold their bazar at the F. fc M.
bank building a week from tomorrow.
A fi-year-old mare belonging to
Frank Kudrna dropped dead near the
State bank corner Saturday forenoon.
Guy Hradbrook, "Cy" Hayman, Ev
erton Foe and Hruee Frame took in
the football gamu at Lincoln Thurs
day. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cowden and
children were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Stine in Superior Thanksgiving
Mrs. Pattie Jackson and Mrs. Juliet
Walker arc visiting at tho home of
Secretary of State Galnsha in Lin
coln. Mr. and Mrs. Wash Reed of Bladen
were guests at tho home of their
daughter, Mrs. George Newhouse, yes
terday. Miss Winifred Perkins and Miss
Winifred Sherman visited at the home
of Dan Norris in Walnut Creek last
KCnneth Williams has resigned his
position at McFarland's and loft on
Wednesday for Lincoln, whore he has
Tone the liver, move the bowels,
cleanse the system. Dade's Little
Liver Pills never gripe. Henry Cook's
Mrs. Charley Whitakcr and baby
arrived Monday from Holly, Col., for
a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Hosmer.
Are you troubled with piles? One
application of ManZan will give you
immediate relief. Sold at Henry
Cook's drug store.
Miss Inez Clark returned to her
home in Smith county, Tuesday, after
a visit with her brother, Don Clark,
and Miss Nita Argabrlght.
Wanted A second cook and a dish
washer; 820 per month, board and
rtfohi." Bon Ton Bakery and Restau
rant, W. S. Bense, proprietor.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson have
issued invitations to a supper tomor
row evening in honor of the fortieth
anniversary of their marriage.
Old time prices prevail at Mercer's
barber shop, basement of Potter block.
Steam heat and all modern conven
iences. Try "The Brunswick."
In every clime its colors are unfurled
Its fame is spread from sea to sea;
Be not surprised if in the other world
You hear of Rocky Mountain Tea.
C. L. Cotting.
Russell Shields, the new editor of
in 5 bushel lots
All the Phones
the Blue Hill Leader, denies that he
is a relative of F. P. Shields, formerly
of this city. We stand corrected, bro
ther. The arc lights were hung on Web
ster street Tuesday and present a line
appearance. The balance of the street
lights are being hung as rapidly as
Elmer Doughman, living north of
Guide Rock, was adjudged insane bust
Friday and was taken to Lincoln Sat
urday morning by Sheriff Hedge and
Superior High vs. Red Cloud High
next Friday, November 7. In the
game at Superior Red Cloud was de
feated, 13 to 0, but they expect to do
better next Friday.
Rudolph Kublck and Miss Florence
Galbrcth were married last Saturday
and left the same evening for Repub
lican City, where Mr. Kubick is fore
man of the roundhouse.
A. E. Strohm, the Invale druggist,
was last Saturday sentenced to pay a
line of S200 and costs, amounting in
all to about 8000. In default of pay
ment he is confined in jail.
Mrs. Duerr, two sous and daughter,
were in Red Cloud Tuesday on their
way home to Flathead, Mont., after a
visit with Mrs. Duerr's sister, Mrs.
John Peterson, at Cora, Kan.
Superior High defeated a mixed
team from Franklin yesterday, 10 to 0.
Positive assurance was given Prof.
Dudley yesterday that Superior would
be here for a game next Friday.
Taken as directed, it becomes the
greatest eurative agent for the relief
of suffering humanity ever devised.
Such is Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. Tea or tablets, 35c. C. L. Cotting.
Rev. N. A. Martin, presiding elder
of the Hastings district, was in Red
Cloud Tuesday night and Wednesday
morning on his way home from con
ducting quarterly conference at Guide
Miss Orclla Goble of Ayr visited
with Mr. and Mrs. George Newhouse
Tuesday. She was on her way home
from Los Angeles, Cal., where she has
been taking a post-graduate course as
A. J. Waskom, who has been hold
ing down a job at Hazard, Neb., has
been appointed agent for the Burling
ton at Ilalsey, Nob., and his many
friends hero will bo pleased to hear of
'' Some persons are circulating reports
that, because the county has no avail
able cash, it is deeply in debt. When
the Burlington tax suits are settled
the county will have "scads" of money
provided we win.
Every 'school district, every church
and every lodge room in the county
should own one of those handsome
eight-day regulators now being given
away by Tiik Ciuiii'. Ten new sub
scribers will secure one.
Henry W. Wiggin and Bertha M.
Kent were married yesterday noon at
the home of the bride's mother, Mrs.
Ida Kent, Rev. 0. W. Hummel oillci
ating. None but the immediate rela
tives of the bride and groom were
Secret Service Oilleer Harry Barlow
is nursing a broken arm, received while
shucking corn. It appears that corn
picking is a more dangerous occupa
tion than tho pursuit of murderers,
bandits and burglars In this part of
the world, at least.
Tho infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Watson of Logan township
died November 13. Tho child pulled
the stopper from tho wushing ma
chine, which was full of hot water,
and was scalded bo badly that it died
from the effects. Smith County Mes
senger. A. J. Lepinski of Hastings, deputy
state organizer of Fraternal Order of
Eagles, has been in Red Cloud this
week with a view to establishing an
"aorio" here. He secured more than
fifty signers to the petition and the
lodge will be instituted in tho near
City Clerk Fort came inlo this office
Wednesday and let out a "Whoop 1
Hurrah !" Cause: Ho had just received
word from tho Westinghouse people
that tho generator for the electric
light plant had been shipped on No
vember 27. This means light before
January 1, if the railroads do their
Red Cloud is sadly in need of hitch-
CASTOR r A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bignaturo of (MJe7&&d6&
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 course, wish to appear
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
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-lfaley Clothing Go.
I ALWAY9 RELIABLE '.'
First Door North of PostotTlce, Red Cloud, Ncbr.
ing racks. On Saturdays and other
da-s when there are more than the
average number of farmers in town
many of them find themselves without
a place to tie their teams. One of tho
leading merchants has volunteered to
contribute 35 to relieve the situation.
Who will be the next?
Temperance Sunday was observed
in this city by a big union meeting at
the Methodist church, under the aus
pices of the W. C. T. U., last Sunday
evening. Short addresses were deliv
ered by Revs. Davis, Crcssninn and
Austin of the local churches, and Rev.
Strawn, one of tho field workers in
the Christian church. The music fur
nished by the union choir and the
male quartet was of an exceptionally
fine order. f
Monday was the thirty-second anni
versary of the wedding of Rev. and
Mrs. A. A. Cressman. They were as
quiet about it as possible, but some
way tho gaiety of tho day thirty-two
years ago became too much for them
and in an unguarded moment one or
the other of them gave the secret
away. The Junior Endeavorers found
it out and went, fifty strong, to the
parsonage in the evening, completely
surprising the reverend gentleman and
his gracious wife.
At their meeting Monday night the
Odd Fellows elected tho following of
ficers for the ensuing term: Noble
grand, Charles Grout; vice grand, 12 r
nest Welseh; secretary, O. 0. 'IJeol;
treasurer, Joseph Fogol; trustee, J. C.
Saylor. The lodge is in a very pros
perous condition. Last spring it pur
chased about 8300 worth of regalia
and paraphcruulia, and has .recently
ordered 100 worth in addition. When
this, arrives it will be ono of tho best
equipped lodges in the state.
A petition has been drawn up and
is being circulated, asking for a new
school house. Wo certainly need one.
The First Ward school building should
have been abandoned long ago, and
while the high school building has
soon its best days it could still bo
fixed up for high .school purposes,
What vyo need is. a central grammar
school building, located in tho west
central part of town, where all tho
pupils up to the eighth grade ean at
tend. Tills would enable the teachers
to give half again'as good service as
is now given.
It is a well known medical fact that
pine resin is most effective in tho
treatment of diseases of tho bladder
and kidneys. SuiYerors from back
ache and other troubles due to faulty
action of tho kidneys find relief In tho
use of Pine-ulcs. SI buys 30 days
treatment. Sold at Henry Cook'n
FIVE YEARS FOR GRACE AUEN.
Ncftrcss Who Robbed Gcorftc HeatM
Gets Seven: Sentence.
From Wednesday's Star.
Five long, weary years must pass
before Grace Allen steps from the
doors of the state penitentiary a free
woman. Dear was tho price she paid
for the momentary fondling of George
Heaton's purse, and the jury was not
long in finding her guilty of larceny
from tho person. Her trial occurred
some weeks ago and Judge Holmes
this morning imposed tlie sentence.
Grace is a colored girl, tall and wil
lowy. During fair week, shois charged
with having enticed Georgo Heatou, a
venerable man from Red Cloud, into
an alloy, where she took his purse.
Mr. Heaton saw her receding figure
and started in pursuit, racing through
the crowded streets while they were
at their fullest. He captured her and
clung to her firmly until the arrival of
In police court tho woman pleaded
that she was in company with her
' bosom friend, Viola May, who had
done whatever wrong there was. Viola
started to run, and Grace thought the
police were coming and likewise ran.
That Mr. Heaton captured her instead
of tho real guilty person was an acci
dent, sho declared.
The usual storm of tears followed
tho sentence of the court. Storms of
tears are frequent with Miss Allen,
whoso sorrowful eyes drip every timo
she is arrested or receives a sentence
for crime. Her visit to the peniten
tiary this timo will be like a visit
home she has served previously be
hind tho big gray wall.
' iM a Ami-si
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