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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 7, 1906)
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Superior vh. Hed Cloud thh after
noon. Dr. E. A. Thomas, Dentist, Datnerell
Mrs. T. Albert .1 ones Is home from
David Hcst was down from Itladen
!ten liiidlovv went to St. .Joe the llrst
f the week.
Colonel C. W. Kaley is home from
Guy Tennant is now working for
.lake Kllinger went to Heatrieo the
first of the week.
Uoy Garber was down from Hloom
ington this week.
Miss Frances Huntley is hoini' from
!Holdrcge for a visit.
Miss Y Ola SwurU is home from an
extended visit in Iowa.
Jesse Urooks was down from Jathcr
ion Monday and Tuesday.
Carl Warren arrived home Thursday
morning from Villisea, la.
Miss Martha Abel has returned to
her school duties at McCook.
Miss Flo Palmer is now working in
a newspaper otllco at Wray, Col.
Mrs. Wilbur Hamilton visited her
parents in Guide Hock this week.
Mrs. .1. D. Carnaham of Hiverton
was shopping in Hed Cloud Tuesday.
Lebanon high school defeated Hed
Oloud high school last Friday, 1 1 to 10.
Mr. and Mrs. Mitt Steelu are the'pa
filth' of a boy baby, born last Sunday.
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W. S. Ashby, former editor of the
HIuc Hill leader, was in town yester
day. A Mr. Irwin of Lincoln visited yes
terday with his friend Charley Cra
bill. Oscar Hurroughs, water and light
commissioner, is on the sick list this
Whenever you happen to think of a
ews item, phone it to Hell Ti or Mu
Will Letson arrived Monday from
Deadwood, S. I)., for a visit with his
Detective Harry Harlow went to
Hiverton Monday on secret service
The Husiness College football team
ffoes to Hloomington for a game next
Editor L. H.Tait of the Argus leaves
today for a trip to the Hig Horn Hasin
Hd win Hobbins has received an in
crease of pension through Attorney
George McCracken, of Creston, la.,
a registered druggist, is the new pre
scription clerk at Cotting's.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Iverson and Miss
Hest of Hlaricn were guests of Mr. and
Urs. W. H. Cramer Sunday.
L. E. Warner, Mrs. V. S. Hall and
Miss Jessie Arnold of Hladen were
Red Cloud visitors Saturday.
Miss Minnie White of Comber, Can
ada, arrived this week for a visit with
lier aunt, Mrs. W. llolsworth.
Hev. Shively, pastor of the Naponeo
Evangelical church, was in Hed Cloud
Saturday on his way to Shelton.
Miss Maude Bradley arrived from
Wyoming the first of the week and is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cather.
Don't miss the big football game
this afternoon Superior High vs. Hed
Cloud High. (Same called at 3:110.
The fine and costs in the Strohm
case amount to SSIfi.Sr.. At S3 per day
it. will take Strohm 2712 days to "lay it
A freight car jumped the track at
the depot Wednesday morning, tearing
up thu walk in front of the Hurlington
Mrs. John Martin returned Sunday
from Goodland, Kan., where she has
been visiting relatives for the past two
Miss Helen Carmichael has returned
to her homo in Alma after a pleasant
visit with her friend, Miss Winifred
Station Agent Kohn of Cowles, ac
companied by his wife, went west
Thursday morning for a fifteen days'
Grand Custodian U. E. French of
Kearney was here the first of thu
week conducting a school of iustruc
tian in Masonry.
A gang of eight or ten men with
-learns this week began the work of
repairing the road between town aud
-tho river bridge.
The members of the Robekah de
gree team attended the district meet
ing in Guide Hock Wednesday and
report a good time.
The preliminary hearing of Vaner
McGlnnis, charged with selling a mort
gaged horse, will come up Monday
before Judge Kdson.
Has your school or church a nice
clock? Hetter hustle up ten new sub
scribers to Tin: Cmr.v and get one of
those eight-day regulators.
Thomas Martin and D. W. Held of
Falls City were in Hed Cloud Tues
day in the interest of a scheme to
"buck" the mail order houses.
Old time prices prevail at Mercer's
barber shop, basement of Potter block.
Steam heat and all modern conven
iei ees. Try "The Hrunswick."
Mr. and Mrs. Ocoriro Ileaton were
in from Walnut Creek Tuesday to
take ilnnl legal steps in the adoption
of their little daughter, Winnie.
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Word has been received here of the
ilnnlli mu ilnv litki. wimlr. tit. the Statu
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Soldiers' Home at Milford, of Stephen
Haylcs, formerly of (Snide Hock.
Mayor C. F. Cather has been very ill
at his home this week with an attack
of gall stone. Dr. Lowrey of Lincoln
was in attendance upon him Monday.
Of course you pay your money,
Hut you get your money's worth,
For what does money mean to you
When Hocky Mountain Tea's on
earth? C. L. Cotting.
Inspector Sinclair made an exaniinn-i
'tion of the Hed Cloud postolllee last.
Tuesday. It is hardly necessary to
state that he found evuryt.ng , ship- (
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Pine Salvo Carbolized acts like a (
p mltice; highly antiseptic, extensively
used for hccma, chapped lianas and
! 1S ts, burns. Sold by Henry Cook's
Several school districts already have
begun their efforts to secure one of
those handsome regulators offered by
Tin: CniKt' as a premium for ten new
A. D. Denno, six miles north of Hed
i Cloud, owns a sow that has broken
thu record. One day the llrst of the
week she gave birth to a litter of
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Frazier left last
Monday noon for Hcnediet, York
county, where Mr. Fra.ier will en
gage in thu grain business. They are
Dade's Little Liver Pills thoroughly
clean the system, good for lazy livers,
makes clear complexions, bright eyes
and happy thoughts. Sold by Henry
Cook's drug store.
Marshal Kinsell and Sheriff Hedge
arrested a couple of suspicious looking
hoboes Tuesday afternoon, but they
were released upon promising to leave
Mrs. Fred Scarborough, accompa
nied by her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Perry,
returned to her home in Denver yes
terday after a visit with her mother,
Mrs. H. Van Dyke.
All thm Phones
The generator and other equipment
for the electric light plant were ship
ped from Pittsburg, Pa., on December
1. The plant ought to be in running
order by January 1.
Klmer Schermerhorn of Hosciuont
was a caller at this ofllee Monday.
Mr. Schermerhorn has purchased a
farm in Dundy county and expects to
move out there in the spring.
Never in the history of football in
this city has there been so much in
terest aroused as is being taken in
the Superior-Hed Cloud high school
game to be played this afternoon.
A number of the lady friends of Mrs.
Anna Tulleys surprised her last Sat
urday evening by calling upon her
unexpectedly. They brought refresh
ments, and all enjoyed a good time.
An attempt is being made to reju
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venate the diTunet Miignts or rytinas
lkr "' this city. When properly
conducted, there is not a liner fratcr-
nal order in existence than the Knights
We care not how you suffered, nor
what failed to cure you. Ilollistcrs
Hocky Mountain Tea makes the puni
est, weakest specimen of manhood or
womanhood strong and healthy, .lie.
C. L. Cotting.
Prof. Dudley took a new method of
arousing interest in football yesterday,
lie called upon the members of the
football team to express their opin
ions as to why they lost the football
game at Lebanon. The reasons given
Wlro varied and unique.
Two trcutimnt fm , .
,a Tal)U.ts fm. llllImlml ,Kl.h.
tion, impure breath, perfect iissiiuilu-
t;on (,f fot),i( increased appetite. Do
ot mn to uvuji yourself of the above
Ojyor. Sold by Henry Cook.
Floods the body with warm, glow
ing vitality, makes the nerves strong,
quickens circulation, restores natural
vigor, makes you feel like one born
again. Ilolllster's Hocky Mountain
Tea. 35 cunts. C. L. Cotting.
Garfield Ludlow and Miss Oil ie (lard
were married Sunday afternoon at thu
residence of the bride's parents, Air.
and Mrs. K. M. (Sard, Hev. Hdson ofli
ciating. They left Sunday evening
for their future home in Sau:a Ana,
Mrs. J. W. Warren arrived home
Thursday morning from a trip to
Iowa, accompanied by her son Carl,
who lias been at Villisea. Her daugh
ter, Mrs. Emclinc Morrison of Wash
ington, la., also accompanied her for
Among those from Hiverton who at
tended the .Masonic school of instruc
tion, held here this week by Grand
Custodian It. E. French, were Eugene
Hunter, Fred Hunter, Neal Marshall,
H. W. Shepardson and George Has
mussen. Hev. It. I). Dexheimer will preach
next Sunday, December i)th, at 3 p. in.
in the Howe school house, XA miles
south and !i miles west of Hosemont.
Comu and bving your Gospul Hymns
song book No. 1, a and 3. Everybody
J. F. Edwards, station agent at thu
Hurlington depot, fell from the top of
the coal sheds to the ground, Tuesday
night, and severely injured his right
leg. The bone was not broken, but
thu skin was torn oft' and he was bad
ly bruised. '
The Webster County Farmur's Insti
tute will bu huld at Cowles, January
10th and 11th, under the management
of the statu university and thu local
organization of thu members. The
program will be announced later.
Everybody remember the dates and at
tend. "Pineulus" (non-alcoholic) made from
resin from our pine forests, used for
hundreds of years for Hladder and
Kidney diseases. Medicine for thirty
days, SI. (Juaranteed to givo satisfac
tion or money refunded. (let our
guarantee coupon, from Henry Cook's
Garfield post No. 80 elected the fol
lowing olllccrs Saturday night: Post
commander, C. C. McConkey: senior
vicu commander, Hiehard Turner;
junior vicu commander, Kdwin Hob
bins; chaplain, David Francis; quar
termaster, 1). It. Whltaker; treasurer,
F. Newhouse; otllcer of the day, K. M.
(lard; guard, John Street; trustee, J.
Program of services at the Congre
gational church next Sunday; 10:30
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
Tfis Kind You Have Always Bought
Do you know the Merchants of Red
Cloud offer the best inducements to
bargain-seekers of any town in Western
Nebraska; the Largest Stocks, the Best
Selected Stocks, the Lowest Prices and
Fair Dealing is the rule in Red Cloud.
The Gomden-Kaley Clothing Gompany
Offers the best inducements for Christ
mas Shopers in MEN'S, BOYS' and
Hats, Caps, Shoes,
Rubber Goods, Trunks and Suit Cases.
Come to Red Cloud to trade and come
to us to buy your CLOTHING. Prices
GoiudeMfaley Clothing Go.
First Door North of PostofJJcc, Rod Cloud, Ncbr.
a. in., preaching, subject "The Hestful
Life"; 11: in, Hiblo school, subject,
"Christ on the Cross"; 3 p. m., Junior
Endeavor; (1:30, V. P. S. C. E. service,
Helen Hoby, leader; 7:30, preaching,
subject "Woman's Inlluence." A cor
dial invitation is extended to the pub
lic to attend these services.
Free Three life like, tdeeping,
dressed dolls, given away absolutely
without cost; with every 50c purchase
numbered coupon. The one holding
thu largest number of coupons is given
thu largest doll. Thu one holding the
, llrst lucky number guts thu next
largest doll. Uus one holding thu
second lucky number guts thu other
doll. Your goods cost you no more.
Everett Kemp, who gave the second
number of the college lecture course,
delighted a good si.ed audience at the
opera house Monday night. Mr. Kemp
began his entertainment by telling a
number of humorous stories illustrat
ing thu various ways of arriving at
the point of a story. After gutting
his audience in a sympathetic humor
ho recited thu beautiful story, "Seven
Oaks," in a manner which showed him
to be an elocutionist of the highest
Guide Uock Octo&cnarlans.
The Guide Hock News Letter pub
lishes a list of persons 80 years of
ago and older, living in that precinct.
Thu list was compiled by E. O. Par
ker, and is as follows:
Jacob Moranvillu, ago 03.
Mrs. Lucy Moranvillu, agu 83.
Mrs. Eleanor 1 lagan, ago 91.
Margarut Detour, ago 02.
John Klnchur, age 81.
Mrs. Sarah II. Hall, age 83.
Victor Detour, age 81.
Mrs. Catherine Detour, age 82.
Peter Fritz, age 81).
Daniel M. Dickenson, age 84.
Mrs. Lucinda Montgomery, age 89.
Mrs. Elizabeth Norrls, ago 83.
John H. Fisk, age 81.
E. O. Parker, ago 81.
William Sabln, age 80.
Androw J. Guy, age 80.
Mra. Laura Johnson, ago 80.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Moranvllle have
the proud distinction of being the
couplu longest married in the United
States. They were married in Ver
mont, .March 18, 1811, their wedded
life having extended over a period of
almost (ill years, nearly two-thirds of
a century. They were the parents of
thirteen children, eight of whom are
Y. P. S.C.E. Officers.
The Y. 1'. S. C. E. of thu Congrega
ticnal and Christian churches huld a
business meeting at thu homu of Huv.
A. A Cressinan on Tuesday evuning
aud elected the following olllccrs for
thu ensuing six mouths:
Presidunt, Charles Phares; vice pres
ident. Hulen Hoby; secretary, Heulah
Taylor; corresponding secretary, Luw
rencu Plcrcu; treasurer, II. It. Clem
iiions; organist, Stickney Coombs.
Chairmen of committees: Prayer
meeting, Zephyr Cressinan; lookout,
Kuril hi Caldwell; missionary, Wini
fred Perkins; social, II. It. Clemmous;
music, Stickney Coombs.
Tins society, in co-operation with
the Juniors, is talking of procuring a
missionary library for the use of both
Mandate In F. & N. Bank Case.
The mandate of thu supreme court
alllrmlng the judgment of the district
court In the case of the City of lied
Cloud vs. Thu F. vfc M. Hank and John
O. Yeiser was received Tuesday morn
ing by District Court Clerk George
Hutchison. It is now up to the city
administration to procure an order of
sale from Judge Adams, sell thu build
ing and closu thu case. It is more
than probable that John O. Vuiser
will make some further attempt to
pruvunt the sale of the building, but
ho has nothing moru to ihopu for from
thu courts, except possibly a little
ManZan Pile Remedy put up in con
venient collapsible tubes with nozzle
attachment so that the remedy may be
applied at the very scat of the trou
bio, thus relieving almost instantly
bleeding, itching or protruding piles.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Sold by Henry Cook's dru
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