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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 1, 1907)
Is the place
ies to Buy,
Dr. E. A. Thomas, Dentist, Damerell
Orin Tabor will open a restaurant in
Two cows for sale. Inquire at I1'.
George McCall of Guide Rock was in
Marry Mitchell was down from In
For Rent- A farm of ."iOO acres. In
uire at this olllce.
Horn. Monday, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred.
.Ionian, a daughter.
Uoy Uenson was up from Superior
the lirst of the week.
Mrs. Dr. Gardner of Orleans visited
her parents this week.
Mr. and .Mrs. .1. F. Amiek have gone
vast for a month's visit.
W. I". (Jeer's brother and family were
ip from Superior Saturday.
Dwight Wilson came home Wednes
day from a visit in Lincoln.
George Overing returned from Sioux
-City, la., the tirst of the week.
Will Wolfe went, to Lincoln Sunday
to accompany his mother home.
Grant Itailey of Omaha spent Satur
day and Sunday with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hanson are
inuparcnttnf a son, born Monday.
C. G. I'ituey of Inavale was a pleas
ant culler at this otlice Wednesday.
Roscoe Weesner went down to St.
.Joe Sunday with two ears of cattle.
Will Kent has moved to the l V.
Taylor farm, southeast of Ked Cloud.
Cloyd Cuinmings.day engineer at the
vleetric light plant, is on the sick list.
The RuiTington bridge inspector was
in Hed Cloud Wednesday in his special
Mr. and Mrs. George Wittwer are
the parents of a son, born last Thurs
day. , Mrs. Mary Scrl, who has passed the
winter in lied Cloud, has moved to Hlue
Will Heffelbower left the. tirst of the
week to go on to his farm near Limon,
I W. Studebaker's new residence on
West Fourth avenue is about ready for
Representative Hesse returned to
Lincoln Tuesday morning after a brief
visit at home.
The framework of C. D. Robinson's
new residence on Seward street was
erected this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Taylor or Wich
ita, Kansas, visited with Red Cloud
friends this week.
J. R. Mutz of Omaha has accepted
the position of manager of W. II.
W. E. Francis, who recently pur
chased a farm near Imperial, left for
that place Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs.Cleghoru of Casseounty
are visiting with the hitter's son, C. G.
l'itney, near Inavale.
The Uurlington bridge gang, which
has been at Hlooniliigton for a month,
is back in Red Cloud.
Ed Walter, who has been working
in McCook for several months, is now
clerking at the Royal.
Will Latta has opened a lunch and
short order house in the room north of
Spokestlehl's feed store.
Little Marie Ncnl, daughter of
Marion Neal, has been quite sick with
an attack of pneumonia.
.lullus Nelson and family left
Wednesday for their new home in
Howard county, Nebraska.
Con Wilson, from near Inavale, was
hauling lumber from Red Cloud Tues
day to build a new house.
Miss Anna Ferguson of Taylorville,
111., is visiting her brother. .lames Fer
guson, and the Roganreifs.
Mr.and Mrs. Merrill Hughes of Filley,
Neb., are visiting with Mrs. Hughes'
parents, A. Roats and wife.
Subject of sermon at the'Congregn
gational church next Sunday morning:
Children and the Church."
Miss Ruth Warren, who has been vis
iting in Lincoln for several weeks,
returned home Wednesday evening.
The Senior Vice Whist Club gave a
farewell surprise party for Mr. and
Mrs. L. F. Ilobbs Wednesday evening.
.1. O. Lindley and son George have
rented the Gov. Gnrberproperty.south
east of town, and will occupy it this
Mrs. N. L. D. Smith left Monday
evening for Wisconsin, being called
there by the death of her sister, Mrs.
It is announced that there will be
some important changes in the Uur
lington time card, beginning with
Whenever you get hungry drop into
Will Latta's short order house, just
north of Spoketield's. Everything new
and up to date.
The Degree of Honor will have a
banquet following the meeting next
Tuesday night. All members are urged
to be present for the transacting of im
Clarence Lewis and family left
Thursday morning for Traer, Kan., out
on the St. Francis branch, where he
will run a restaurant.
E. W. Anderson, who has been farm
ing the Goble ranch, has purchased
the Ernest Haskins farm, four miles
southwest of Red Cloud. ,
Come to the M. E. church to the Sun
day school rally. Dr. Thomas will ad
dress the school. Also a program will
be rendered at 10:45 a. m.
Will Auld, cashier of the State bank,
lost the ends of two his lingers the tirst
of the week by getting them caught in
the door of the big steel vault.
Robert T. Rotter, the oil king of
Okmulgee, Okla., was shaking bands
with friends in Red Cloud yesterday,
and left for home this morning.
The friends of L. A. Haskins have
suggested his name for mayor. Com
Ad. We have no doubt .Mr. Haskins'
"name" would make a good mayor.
Newhouse Rros. have just received a
handsome new line of bracelets of the
latest patterns, as well as a full line of
the famous "Swastika" pattern jewelry.
Faster and faster the'paee is set,
Hy people of action, vim and get,
So if at the linish you would be.
Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
C. L. Cotting.
D. R. Whltakcr has moved into the
residence property which he recently
purchased from Mrs. .Juliet Walker,
acioss the street from the Haptist
The best investment which has been
made by the city administration in a
long time was when it appointed .lohn
Tomlinson an street and water com
missioner. Pine Salvo Carbolizcd acts like a
poultice; highly antiseptic, extensively
used for Eczema, chapped hands nnd
lips, cuts, burns. Sold by Henry Cook's
Mary Dark circles under the eyes
i indicate a sluggish circulation, torpid
liver and kidneys. Exercise and Rocky
Mountain Tea will make you well and
beautiful. 35 cents, Tea and Tablets.
C. L. Cotting.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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Home of Kuppcnhtimtr
The Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.,
First Door North of the Post Office, Red Cloud, Nebraska
Fred Spcnce of Itlndcn stoppeil in
Red Cloud Wednesday. He is on his
way to Trenton, county seat of Hitch
cock county, where he will run an ab
Dr. Warrick, the specialist, will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients and
those needing glasses properly fitted,
at Dr. Damerell's olllce in Red Cloud,
Thursday, March 11.
The mothers, wives and sisters of the
band boys will serve dinner anil supper
Saturday in the Damerell building.
The receipts will go towards buying
uniforms for the band boys.
The Juniors of the Congregational
church will celebrate with a program
next Sunday evening nt 7::i). The
twenty-third anniversary of the asso
ciation. All cordially invited.
Roy Dickey is visiting with his pa
rents. Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Dickey. Roy
will leave Monday for Norfolk, Virgin
la, where he will enter the service of
Uncle Sam as a .baker in the navy.
Mr. Marsh, the new blacksmith at
Wolfe it Reardslee's shop, has moved
over with his family from Womer, Ks.
and is now occupying the Dellart prop
city, in the northeast part of town.
Are you tired, fagged out, nervous,
sleepless, feel mean? Hollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea strengthens the nerves,
aids digestion, brings refreshing sleep,
:i5 cents, Tea or Tablets. C. L. Cotting.
The Christian Endeavor basket social
was a decided success, from the stand
point of the entertainment furnished,
although the receipts were small owing
to the limited number of baskets for
Two days' treatment free. Ring'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
oiler. Sold by Henry Cook. I
A letter from E. C. Davis, who Is now
pastor of the Christian church at He
bron, states tbathe is well pleased with
his new location and greatly encour
aged with tins outlook. The Hebron
church has a membership of about four
Your money refunded if after using
three-fourths () of a lube of Manan
you arc dissatistlcd. Return the bal
ance of the tube to your druggist, and
your money will be cheerfully return
ed. Take advantage of this offer. Sold
by Henry Cook's drug store.
Frank Camel gave his lecture on
the "American Roy"ut-tho opera house
Wednesday night, it being the hist
number of the colletre course. The
largo audience appeared to appre
ciate the entertainment, although lie
was rather rough on the fathers.
The neighbors and friends of Mr.and
Mrs. Charles Wolfe, of Garfield town
ship, gave an oyster supper for them
Wednesday. About thirty guests were
present). Mr, and Mrs. Wolfe have
moved to the old A. 11. 1'ierco farm
four miles northeast of Red Cloud.
I'rof. Alvin Snnpp, director of the
Red Cloud band, has been engaged by
the newly organized Franklin band,
t ogive them instruction two nights in
each week. Mr. Snapp's engagement
begins tonight. The Franklin people
could not have made a better selection.
Mrs. C.J. l'latt entertained a party of
indies, Tuesday evening, at a farewell
reception for Mrs. Juliet Walker and
Mis. Ratty Jackson. Mrs. Jackson goes
to Lincoln to visit with the Galushns,
ami Mrs. Walker to Seward, where she
will later be joined by Mrs. Jackson,
anil they will make their home there.
Rumors are already beginning to cir
culate as to the location of the pro-
I posed new school building. The most
j presisteut rumor is to the effect thai
I the building is to be located on the va
cant tract west of C. II. Miner's res
idence. We do not believe the school
board will repeat the experiment of
building another school house out in
I Mr. and Mrs. Coplen, living oil the
county farm, nine miles northwest of
town, celebrated the twenty-fifth anni
versary of their wedding Thursday. A
large crowd of their neighbors and
friends were invited to take dinnerand
spend the day. Mr. and Mrs. Coplen
were the recipients of many handsome
presents of silverware and other use
ful articles in honor of the occasion.
The word "Swatslka" is derived from
the Sanscrit, meaning good fortune,
well being, welfare. It is the oldest
known symbol in the world, and is
j found in prehistoric graves and ruins
in all quarters of the globe. It is
, carved upon the solid rock in the moun
tains of India, and painted upon the
j walls of the canons In Arizona. It is
dug up out of the ruins of the ancient
I (1 recce, and from the graves of the
R'HIfll&.r Nk'ttt,iKjis,B 1 1111'
UH& 'MADE BYTHETRJyEgy
The cut in this "ad" gives you an
idea of the new style in Men's Coats
for Spring. We have quite a few of
thes models in. stock and would be
glad to show you the different pretty
For Spring now in stock. Come in
and see them.
We are still selling Overcoats at 20
per cent discount.
Mound Ruilder Indians in Ohio. It is
found on Cliff Dwellers' pottery in
North America, and upon prehistoric
pottery in Rrazil. Itlscoinmon inChlna
and Japan. It appears on the fore
head of gods in the temples, and on
the walls of the rock cut and carved
temples of the lluddhas, and also on
Rrahmin monuments. It is placed on
the breast of the dead in Thibet, and
ornaments the petticoats of the women
in that country. It has been found in
IScrkshirc, England, and In Rem. It
Is shown in the ruinsof Algeriaandou
the bronze Ingots of aborigines in Ash
antee. Many specimens have been ob
tained from the Indian Iturial .Mounds
of the Mississippi Valley, and Mounds
of Tennessee and (leorgia.
At the present time some of the
American Indians use the Swatika asa
sacred Symbol, as well as In ornament
or ceremony; among them aro the Kan
sas or Sac Indians, and particularly the
N'avajos, I'imas and Rueblos. The
Navajos weave it into their blankets
and manufacture it in silver.
Thomas Wilson, Curator of the U.S.
National Museum, in Ills book "The
Swastika" says of it:
"What seems to have been at all
times as an attribute of the Swastika,
is its character as a charm or amulet,
as a sign of benediction, blessing, long
life, good fortune, good luck. This
character has continued into modern
times, and while the Swastika is rec
ognized as a holy and sacred symbol,
by at least one Ituddhistic religious
sect, it is still used by the common
people of India, China and Japan asa
i sign of long life, good wishes and good
j "Thus was shown that in far as well
as near countries, in modern as well as
i ancient times, this sign stood for bless
ing, good wishes, and by a slight ex
tcntion, for good luck."
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