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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1907)
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For 1 5 Days,
19 lbs. Granulated
1 hax hirr hnnnli
Matches 10 I
Iraic other ulitap prions;
2 ana Hod Snlmoa T
: boxes Erk-O-Sco 5
1 pound HakingSoda 05
4 cans Champion Lja 8S
Arbucklcs and XXXI Collet .IS
All the Phones
Just Received, a Car of
and FEED STORE
You can save money by
taking 500 pounds of him.
A. Cook is 011 tlu sick libt.
Tomorrow is groundhog nay.
T. .1. Harrington is in Colorado.
Charley Fort was in town Wednesday.
Miss Itnth Warren is visiting in Lin
tiklu. Dwight Wilson is homo from Lin
In. Dr. E. A. Tliomas, Dentist, Danicrcll
,1. C. IJoggess was in lllue Hill Wed
nesday. Frank Waullc was down from Rladen
Two cows for sale. Inquire at F.
C. 11. Kaley is putting up sonic line
ice this week.
,1. F. Winters of Lincoln is in the
ulty this week.
Perry liassoway was down from Ox
ford this week.
Omor Doling is in Lincoln on busi-
a ess this week.
W. L. Lambert was down from Itiv-
John Hardwicke was over from Wal-
nut Creek yestorday.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. S. Norrls are again
employed at the lion Ton.
II. A. Howard sullercd a relapse
Wednesday and is very sick.
Rev. .1. M. Hales visited with his
family in Lincoln this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo lleatou were
in from Walnut Creek today
Will Sanderson came home from
Lincoln the first of the week.
Uoy tlarber came home from lllooin
ington Saturday, windy as ever.
Mrs. Anna 'Pulleys and daughter
Cora have returned from Naponce.
Mrs. Cleorge Harwood of Riverton
pent Sunday with Mrs. Charley (Srout.
Superintendent Burroughs of the
light plant is reading the meters today.
Hubert Ncuerberg returned Thurs
day morning from a trip to Ilaighr.
Whenever you happen to think of a
news item, phono it to Hell "'i or Mu
Frank Peterson hns'fniovedl'to" the
Will West property, in the north part
Win Pope, who has been visiting
with his parents, rcturnedj loDeuver
(leorge Van Camp of Hastings was
visiting friends in lied Cloud the llrst
of the week.
Mrs. White of llluc Hill was the
guest of Mrs. S. L. Anderson thcfirsl
of the week.
There will be 11 basket supper to
night at Miss Frances Ward's school
in district 31.
Miss Edna Armstrong of Pawuce,
Oklahoma, is visiting at the home of
M. It. Corner.
The county commissioners nre in
session this week, checking, Bup the
Mr. and Mrs. Fay Arncson of Wal
nut Creek are parents of a daughter,
born last Friday.
Miss Kuby White, of Franklin'' was
the guest of Miss Myra Oriffcth the
first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 0 raves have
gone to Lebanon to work in Isaac
llert Lindley came down from Riv
erton Sunday for a visit with his
mother and sister.
Fred Wallin has purchased the ling
curief blacksmith shop, the transfer
Mrs. .1. (). Wiles of Orleans is here
this week visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L. II. Fort.
What has become of those hitchraeks
that were to be provided for the farm
ers who trade here?
The free electric light service ended
last night and it is now time to begin
to practice economy.
We are pleased to learn that Editor
Hale of the Nation is recovering from
his recent severe illness.
A. II. Keeney will go to Rlooni
iugton tomorrow, where he is an attor
ney in the Stevens will case.
Lee Coplcn, who is visiting in Indi
ana, writes from Pierceton that it is
"colder than (ireenlnnd" there.
For Kent A large house, well loca
ted; city water, bath and electric
lights. Inquire at F. Newhouse's.
"Hilly" Barton has disposed of his
dray line and gone to Florida to spend
the remainder of the winter with a
Mr. and Mrs. Al Slaby came home
from Denver the first of the week and
expect soon to go to Oberlin, Kan., for
Misses Mamie (ioble and Axima Lin
decrant. of Holdrege are visiting at
the home of Ellas Coble and V. I'..
Dr. .1. W. Moranville, who has been
suffering from a severe attack of pneu
monia, is now reported to be out of
Henry Keeney returned Thursday
morning from Kansas City, where he
had been with a car of cattle and a car
Mrs. (J. E. McKeeby has returned to
Ued Cloud, after having spent the
winter with her son Fred, in Pueblo,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Anderson came
down from Franklin Saturday for a
visit with Mrs. S. L. Anderson, who
is very ill.
Mrs. Al Decker left for Denver
Wednesday evening, where she will
spend a few weeks for the benefit of
Hert Ducker writes from Scotia,
Cal.. that they arc experienciuir some
mil winter weather in that usually
Mrs A (, ivei. nf k,ii1siis ,-jtv js
visiting with her mother, Mrs. S. L.
Anderson. .Mrs. Hyerly was formerly
Mrs. Addle Wintoii.
Has yolu. Simi ol. Hiurch a nice
dock'.' Hotter hustle up ten new sub
se.ribcrs to Tin: Ciur.r and get one df
those eight-day regulators,
j iIoh, y,M.X. is preparing a statement
of the coat of the light, plant which
will soon be given to the public and
will uinke interesting reading.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tiie Kind You Have Always Bought
Ileibert Plumb, who is now em
ployed at llerpolsheimer's in Lincoln,
is expected home soon to fake the posi
tion formerly held by John Vaplo. at
Pine Salve Carbollzed acts like a
poultice: highly antiseptic, extensively ,
used for Ee.ema. chapped hands and
lips, cuts, burns. Sold by Henry Cook's
drug store. J
Dr. Warrick the specialist will meet
eye. ear, nose and throat patients and '
those needing glasses properly fitted
at Dr. Moranville's otlicc. Thursday
If the recommendation of the com
mittee of the whole of the Nebraska
house of representatives prevails, there
will be no open season for quail shoot
ing this year.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Foe left. Satur
day for a visit at Louisville, Nebraska.
Evcrton is taking the place ot his
father as foreman of the transfer gang
during his absence.
O. It. lloyce and family havu moved
from Cowles to Red Cloud and,are now
occupying the residence property he
recently purchased of A. II. Carpen
ter, in the south part of town.
I will hold a public sale of "from !!()
to 30 head of native work horses and
marcs, on Saturday, February '.), at I
p. m., at C. M. Smith's barn, in Hod
Cloud. .1. II. Fillingor, Auctioneer.
Lucicn White, of Mercer's barber
shop, received a telephone message
Sunday evening annouuciugllie death
of his stepfatlter at Aurnra.'Neb., and ,
left immediately to attend 'the fit-1
.1. L. Wheaton, who recently sold his
farm west of town, has bought 11 resi-1
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deuce property in uedacloud and will
make that place his home as soon as
he leaves the farm. Hloomington Ad
vocate. Miss Ethel MoKcighan is very ill at
the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Me
Cuuc, and it is thought she can not
recover, .miss McKclglian lias been 11
sufTercr for more than a year with an
incurable nervous disease.
Two days' treatment free. King's
Dyspepsia Tablets for impaired diges
tion, impure breath, perfect assimila
tion of food, increased appetite. Do
not fail to avail yourself of the above
offer. Sold by Henry Cook.
It's a good old world after all;
If you have no friends or money.
In the river you can fall:
Marriages are quite common and.
More people there would be,
provided you take Rocky Mountain
Tea. C. L. Cotting.
Dr. Henry Cook has purchased the
old (. W. Dow blacksmith property on
West Fourth avenue and we under
stand that when spring opens up lie
will commence- the erection of some
business buildings on the lots.
In the cow judging contest recently
held at Lincoln by the State Dairy
men's Association, Earl Harvey of
lnavale scored 13 points and John E.
Peterson of lnavale 41 points. The.
highest possible score was 41 points.
It's the highest standard of quality,
a natural tonic, cleaneses your system,
reddens the checks, brightens the eyes,
gives flavor to all you eat. Hollister's
Hocky Mountain Tea will do this for
you. 35 cents. Tea or Tablets. C. L.
The members of the Y. P. S. C. E.
will assist in the services next Sunday
evening at the Congregational church.
It is the twenty-sixth anniversary of
the Endeavor movement. The services
will be interesting. Special music by
A tissue builder, reconstructor, builds
up waste force, makes strong nerves
and muscle. You will realize after tak
ing Hollister's Rocky Mountain 'Pea
what a wonderful benefit it will be to
you. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. C L.
Joe Saladen was in town Thursday,
and narrowly escaped being burned
up. He struck a match on his overall
leg, the head of the match Hew off and
set lire to his overalls. The lire was
extinguished without calling out the
F. W. Cowdeu of the Cowden-Kuley
Clothing Company leaves tomorrow
morning for Chicago and other east-
ern markets to purchase thelv spring,
and summer stock of clothing. La.t !
year the (inn did the InrgostV.bustnoss I
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Miss Ella ( 00k. who is, enjoyin- a
visit with her brother Herbert in the
City of Mexico, is remembering her
friends with handsoniejsouvenir.s of
that sunny country. 'I'm: Cmi;r ac
knowledges the receipt ofja neat port
folio of viuws of the Mexican capital.
(Jood homes are wanted for orphan
and destitute children of all ages by
the Child Saving Institute, IflOti Ohio
htrcet, Omaha. Over 300 children pass
through the institute to homes and
Your Tim 2 Has Come
per cent Discount on Men's, Boys' and
Children's Overcoats, A few Fur
Overcoats left at 20 percent ofl
Gouden-Kaley Glothing Go.,
t First Door North
care in a single year. From forty to
sixty constantly on hand. If intesest
ed write, inclosing stamp for reply.
Manan Pile Remedy put up incon
venient collapsible tubes with no..le
attachment so that the remedy may be
applied at the wvy seat of the trou
ble, thus relieving almost instantly
bleeding, itching or protruding piles.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Sold by Henry Cook's drug
Well improved farm of 3'JO acres 3
miles from Red Cloud; 3"() I miles, and
several UK) acre tracts; three good river
bottom farms of different sizes, as well
as small tracts near town, three of
which would make good places to feed
cattle and hogs. For sale cheap, part
cash and balance on time. Call on or
address the Reil Cloud Investment Co.,
Ked Cloud, Neb.
Wa.vit.ii Hy a prominent monthly
magazine, with large, high class cir
culation, local representative to look
after renewals and increase subscrip
tion list in Ked Cloud and vicinity, on
a salary basis, with a continuing in
terest from yeir to year in the busi
ness created. Experience desirable,
but not. essentinl. (iood omiot'tuiiit v
for the. right person. Address Pub- l'l'r' ld-llcariug on contested
Usher, box 2. Station O. New York. Iw ! ' . K. Williams stipu
lated; claim of Pheuix Insurance Co.
W. It. Parker writes from his new withdrawn; claim of Wagner Mfg. Co.
home in Seattle, Washington: "We are continued to February 4, 2p. in. Pe
all well and cjijoying some genuine , tition of A. II. Keeney for leave to flU
winter weather nine inches of snow claim out of time; order of hearing
and zero weather, with roses blooming February L 1. i.
outside in the yards. I feel pretty ' t'lvn. aia'itkiih.
sure the roses will fade as soon as the , studobnkor & Finkenbinder vs Man
thaw takes the frost out. Lots of Lpcaker: set for hearlng;February 1st
suffering here on account of the fuel t j() a m
' famine and the extreme cold, which I ,
am told is considerably worse than
ever known before."
The Commercial Advertiser ami the I Esbon. has begun suit injthe district
local correspondent of the Lincoln ' court for the recovery of SLIM) from
Star and Omaha World-llerald areiA. II. Carpenter and parlies in Imper
trying to "work up" a mystery overiial. It appears that some time ago tlio
the disappearance of (llenn Arnold.
the former hinting that the business
college boys know more about his cash and the balance to be paid Jan
whereabouts than they are willing to nary 'in, at which tune the deeds wero
tell. There is nothing mysterious about j to be delivered. . Mr. Rushton was not
the matter, and the facts are asstated satisfied with the title to the land, and
in 'I'm; Ciiir.r last week-. (Menu is a sent an attorney to Imperial toinvesti
full grown man, though but til years 'gate. When the attorney tendered the
of age. and is amply able to care for balance of the purchase money to the
'himself. Like other young men, he
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"J; "f pn.poyty to the value
of $.'()() in his own right, at hoine.it
is barely possible he feared he would
,eet with objections from his parents
jf ,e tried to dispose of it.
A Certain Cure for Chilblains.
Shake into your slioes Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder. It cures chilblains,
frostbites, damp, Hweating, swollen
foot. At all druggists and shoo storos
23 cents. Sample free. Address
Alien S. Olmsted, LoRoy, N. Y.
Now is the time to subscribe.
of the Post Office
IN PROBATE COURT.
January '.'Mi- In re guardianship
of Archie W. Campbell, a minor. Hear
ing anil appointment of Jennie I.
Campbell, guardian: bond approved
and tiled: letters issued.
Estate of Annie, E. lingers, deceased
Hearing on petition; Edwin E. Roger.n
appointed administrator: bond ap
proved and filed and letters issued.
Appraisers warrant to Ed. Hilton and
Estate of Henry McCormal, deceased
stipulation Hied; order allowing claimn
of Albright P.ros. C. M. t lark. Sarah J.
Vaughn, Libbie and John MeAuley, J.
S. Kiudscher. in part; claims of Jamen
Doyle and (leorge M. Simpson allowed;
all other pending claims disallowed.
Estate of Oscar Onstot. deceased
Final vouchers filed; discharge of Ad
ministrator. January UK Estate of Jerome Vance,
deceased petition for administration
filed; order of hearing February 'JO, 1
January y -Estate of Chas. (I. Wil
son, insane report of guardian ap
proved and filed.
January 30 Estate of James K. Mer-
Wants HIs MoncyBack.
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, Joshua Rushton. from" over near
Imperial parties sold a quarter section
of laud to Mr. Rushton for Sinon. SI inn
, Imperial parties they were unable to
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"' Ms " l,i,'V,m",l Mr; 'ir
was made a party to the .suit, he hav
ing acted as agent in the sale ot the
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at postolllco at. Kud Cloud, Nob,
for the week ending Jan. .'U, 1907:
Hossick, Hon A S Howard, II C
Smith, Mrs S L
, Whalcy, Flossie
Thoso will bo sent to tho dead letter
ofllco Fob. 11, 1007, it not callod for
before Whon calling for above ploasa
T. C. Haokkh, Post mas tor.
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