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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1906)
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All tho Phonos
Straight from the La
dies on what they would
like for Xmas.
Burned" Wood Novelties,
Ideal Hair Brushes,
Finest Variety Fancy
especially adapted for
Christmas Collars and
made up in any shape
free of charge.
Remember, your X
mas packages are not
complete without one
of those Xmas Holly
tags and enclosure
cards for sale at
Hair Dressing Parlor
Just Received, a Car of
and FEED STORE
You can save money by
taking 500 pounds of him.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tbi Kind You Have Always Bought
Boars the jlw Sfo-rf'
Signature of LLOrff7UJute
M. C. Sherman Is home from Lin
coln. Dr. B. A. Thomas, Dentist, Danierell
Dr. T. Albert Jones is home from
Bd Garber was up from Guide Uoelc
One of B. V. Ross' best horses died
Allen Tulleys will spend Christmas
Dr. Haines has removed his olllee to
the Potter block.
.1. A. MoArthur has five Berkshire
male hogs for sale.
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ward
Hayes is quite sick.
Mrs. Lulu Matthews of luavale was
in the city Tuesday.
Mrs. Harry Cloud was down from
Mr. and Mr. H. Skeen will spend
Christmas in Kails City.
Colonel Winfrey is home from his
trip to Toronto, Canada.
Mrs. Holiugrnin is visiting with her
daughter in (itiide Hock.
Mrs. Hartwell and Mrs. True were
down from Inavale Monday.
L. B. Tait was out in Red Willow
county the llrst of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arnold were
down from Mine Hill Saturday.
Miss Alice Pope underwent an oper
ation for appendicitis Wednesday.
Christmas exercises will be held at
the Christian church Monday night.
Mrs. Fred Guthrie and sister were
over from Belluirc, Kan., Wednesday.
"Belt" Drown, tho Franklin photog
rapher, was a Red Cloud visitor Sun
day. Whenever you happen to think of a
news item, phono It to Hell 7a or Mu
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Clark of Oxford
are visiting with relatives in and near
Ray Palmer will go to Hastings to
morrow to spend Christinas with the
Ancil Crabill returned home Monday
from' a several months' stay in St.
Jack Doyle of Newberg, Ore., is
visiting with relatives in lied Cloud
There will be a game of football be
tween the clerks and the high school
Misses liertha and Itarnice- Potter
are home from the State University
for the holidays.
H. It. Simons will spend Christmas
with his old comrades at tho soldiers,
home in Milford.
S. O. Dayman of the electric light
force goes to Grand Island tomorrow
to spend Christmas.
Miss Margery Stover of Edgar, Neb.,
will spend the holidays at the home of
Mrs. Anna Tulleys.
Mrs. Fred Peterson is very ill at her
home in the south part of town, and
her life is despaired of.
C. L. Jones was down from Hastings
the first of the week, and traded auto
mobiles with Dr. Cook.
D. S. Coombs suffered a stroke of
paralysis last Tuesday and is in a
very precarious condition.
Miss Laura Sanson of Pontiac, HI., is
the guest of her sisters, Mrs. Ed Mc-
Alister and Miss Zoe Sanson.
Mason & Dixon's "Uncle Tom" show
played to a fair sized audience at the
opera house Wednesday night.
The Degree of Honor will meet next
Tuesday (Christmas) night. All mem
bers are expected to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Heinlen and
daughter Mary of Rueyrus, O., are
guests at the homo of John Kellogg.
W. F. Conner of Dallas, Tex., deliv
ered an interesting address! at the
meeting of Garfield post last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Ell Houchln left Wed
nesday morning for a visit at their
former home near Howling Green,
There will be a Christmas entertain
ment by tho Sunday school at tho
Congregational church Monday even
ing at 7:30.
Floyd Pitney, who farmed tho .Art
Myers place the past season, loft the
first of the week for Max, Neb., where
ho may locate.
Has your school or church a nice
clock? Hotter hustle up ten now sub
scribers to Thk Chikf and get one of
those eight-day regulators.
We Wish You a
Christmas comes and every heart overflows with Yulutide
What shall I give ''Him" for
This is the same difficult problem that presents itself at
every recurrence of the season.
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The Houta of Kuppanhelmcr
prices are fair and reasonable. No "hold up" here. Come
i First Door North of
While it is not expected the new
Catholic church will be dedicated be
fore Easter, services will be held in
it on and nfter Christmas day.
The county commissioners held a
short session this week. The business
transacted consisted chiefly of milking
settlements with road overseers.
Last Friday was the twenty-Hfth
anniversary of tho wedding of Mr.
and Mrs. S. Reckwlth, and they cele
brated the day in a fitting manner.
Dr. Warrick, the specialist, will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients und
those needing glasses properly fitted,
at Dr. Damerell's oilicc, Tuesday, Jan
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smelser and
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smclser have re
turned to Red Cloud from Cortland,
Kan., and expect to remain here this
l'ine Salve Carboli.ed acts like a
poultice; highly antiseptic, extensively
used for Eczema, chapped hands and
lips, cuts, burns. Sold by Henry Cook's
Charles Whltaker arrived from Colo
rado the first of tho week und in com
pany with his father and brother Dave
left for the west again Tuesday in
search of a new location.
C. 1. Stewart of Oxford assisted
Snapp's orchestra at the club dance
Wednesday night. Mr. Stewart was
formerly director of tho Fourth Regi
ment Rand of St. Joseph, Mo.
Tho Nebraska Telephone Co. has
opened a down town business oflice
and public pay station in tho frame
building across the street south from
tho Mutual telephone exchange.
Royd and John Harrington and Mrs.
Mclntyre left last Saturday for a visit
with their aged mother In Pennsyl
vania. She is 73 years of age, and re
cently suffered a stroke of paralysis,
J. S. Johnson, past grand master of
tho Nebraska grand lodgo of Odd Fel
lows and for nineteen years grand
receiver of tho A. O. U. W., is dead.
Funeral services wore held at Superior
We come to your rescue
and say: "Come here with
all your troubles and let us
We're in Holiday attire
and have the things a man
buys for himself and appre
ciates most We can also
fill the Boy's stocking as sat
isfactorily as a Man's.
A FEW SUGGESTIONS.
We will lay aside your selection until Christmas and
we'll make any exchange desired after Christmas. Our
- Kaley Clothing Company
Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Johnson was
also vice president of the Citizens'
Rank of Superior.
Fred IHUis, wife and child, of Groen
castle, Ind., visited at the home of J.
O. Caldwell the first of the week. They
are returning home from u trip to
Vancouver, R. C, and Portland, Ore
gon. W. A. Holmes, traveling salesman
for the Mlllikan-Mulloney Saddlery
Co., will remove his family from
Washington, Kan., to Red Cloud as
soon as ho can find a house for them
to live in.
We care not how you suffered, nor
what failed to cure you, Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea makes the puni
est, weakest specimen of manhood or
womanhood strong and healthy. 35c.
C. L. (Jotting.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Robertson, east of
town, are preparing for a big family
reunion of tho Robertson and Serl
families, to be held Christmas day.
Eighty-two members of tho two fami
lies are expected to be present.
T. L. Rridgeman, state inspector of
high schools, paid a visit to the Red
Cloud schools yesterday, and his re
marks concerning the management of
tho schools were very complimentary
to Prof. Dudley and his assistants.
If you miss the Grinnell College
Glee Club at tho opera house Decem
ber SO, you will miss the best thing of
the season. The club consists of 20
members, and Red Cloud is its only
stop between Denver and Kansas City.
Reserve your scats now at Mitchell's.
There will bo a Christmas sermon
at tho Congregational church next
Sunday morning at 10:30, with special
Christmas music by tho choir. The
church will bo appropriately decora
ted for tho occasion. All the Sunday
school pupils are expected to be pres
ent. Good homes are wanted for orphan
and destitute children of all ages by
tho Child Saving Institute, 1800 Ohio
street, Omaha. Over 300 children pass
Tlio Hounoof Kuppontiolmor
early and avoid the rush
Red Cloud, Nebraska
through tho institute to homes and
care in a single year. From forty to
sixty constantly on hand. If lntesest
ed write, inclosing stamp for reply.
The Red Cloud high school football
team went to Franklin last Friday and
trimmed the high bchool team of that
place by a score of 20 to 0. The boys
report a nice clean game and royal
entertainment by the Franklin boys.
It is also said that Jake Kellogg got
lost from the bunch and did not show
up at the hotel until after midnight,
and for a time It was feared he had
A series of lectures on the Sabbath
question is being given by tho Rot.
Samuel W. Gamble of Ottawa, Kan.
Tho first lecture was given last night
at the Congregational church. To
night Mr. Gamble will speak at the
Christian church, and Saturday night
and Sunday night at tho Methodist
church. The lectures begin at 8 o'clock
and admission is free. Everybody
should hear this gifted and talented
lecturer on this all important subject.
Mrs. William Giwit., formerly of
this city, died at her home in Pattons
burg, Mo., Saturday, December 15,
age 70 years. Sho is remembered by
many of our older citizens as awomau
of strong Christian character, faithful
to her family and her church. Her
husband, who died In this city sov
eral years ago, is buried in tho Red
Cloud coiriotory. Sho leaves three sons,
all grown to Manhood Murray, of
Col if or niu; Rev. C. E., of Omaha, and
Fred, of Pattonsburg, Mo,
Clyde Whltaker Breaks Left.
Clyde, tho 10-year-old son of D. 11 1
Whltaker, broke his right leg below
tho kee yesterday evening by falling
upon the cement walk at tho high
school building. After school was out
several of the boys were kicking a
football about the grounds and in run
ning after tho ball Clyde tripped on
tho edge of walk and fell with great
violence, breaking his leg.
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