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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1907)
Just Received, a
Car Load of
Special Prices in
All the Phones
flk liVVMbli uv
Postmaster Ilncker is on the sick list.
Grant Usher was up from Superior
Two cows for sale. Inquire at P.
New Spring Jackets on display at
II. II. Ilinkins came down from Kiv
Kor Kent A farm of 500 acres. In
uiro at this ollice.
Will Patton has moved into town
from Indian creek.
Dr. Damerell went to St. Joe Wed
nesday with cattle.
John Greenhalgh of Cowles went to
Kansas City Monday.
Attorney J. C. Saylor is visiting with
his parents in Chicago.
Al llushee of Holdrege visited in Red
Cloud the lirst of the week.
Krncst 1101)0118 left for his new home
sear Imperial, Neb., Sunday.
Mr. Ada Ciross of Lincoln is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. C. D. Robinson.
Mrs. N. S. Rants left Tuesday for a
visit with relatives in Juniata.
George Smelser has given up farming
and moved into town Wednesday.
Roy Win taker went to Hastings
.yesterday for a visit with relatives.
IM Kthcrton and family have re
moved from IMiittsmouth to Red Cloud.
Another month has passed and those
hitch rucks have not yet been provided.
Sherwood Albright of Norton, Kan.,
fisited his parents the flrstof the week.
A. J. Waskom. station agent at Hal-
I.P.V Neb., and wife ure in the city this
yy 'e .
Miss Mabel Howuril of Stormsburg'
t-nine home to attend the funeral of her
George lYmtress has madu arrange
ments to open a barber shop in Neal's
(J. L. Cotting returned last night
from a trip to Chicago and other east
Mrs. Adeline Person is in Sallna,
Kansas, visiting her sister, Mrs. II. R,
I taint, who is ill.
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Mrs. Lulu (Warner) Pease of Hastings
Tisiicu Willi menus in nu violin tu
Sr.st of the week.
J. M. Sellars left Tuesday evening
for Moulder, Colo., where he expects to
to make his home.
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children,
Tiio Kind You Have Always Bought
Dr. E. A. Thomas, Dentist, Damerell
Sam Dyer was in Red Cloud Monday
on his way to Denver from a visit with
relatives In Missouri.
V. S. Hall and brother of llladen
were in Red Cloud Sunday on their
way to Almena, Kan.
Herb Ludlow, who has been work
ing at McCook for a couple of mouths,
is visiting his parents.
The largest assortment of Millinery
ever shown in Red Cloud, now on dis
play at Turnure llros.
Go to Turnure llros. and see the lar
gest stock of New Spring Goods ever
brought to lied Oloud.
Miss Mollie l'Vrris is again at her old
post as assistant Milliner in Turnure
llros. Millinery Department.
Mrs. John G. Potter and Mrs. I.
Krisbie went to Grand Island Wednes
day for u visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Warren are re
joicing over the birth of a daughter,
which occurred last Saturday.
H. (). Garner, who has been spending
the winter in California, returned to
his home near Inavale last Saturday.
Joe Illair of Lincoln was in the city
Saturday and Sunday. He expects to
go to Colorado soon to take up a home
stead. Mr. and Mr. Krncst Graves have re
turned from Lebanon. Mr. Graves has
accepted a position in I Mutt's lumber
New Spring Wash Dress Goods on
display ut Turnure llros. This is tin
extensive line of beuutiful summer
Airs. Win. Kofod of Omaha was in
Red Cloud Saturday on business con
nected with the purchase of the Hol
Mrs. Anna Tulleys returned yester
day morning from Naponee, where she
has been for several weeks nursing an
Whenever you get hungry drop into
Will Lutta's short order house, just
north of Spokefleld's. Everything new
unci up to date.
J. W. Kinsel went to Lincoln Thurs
day morning to visit his wife. Alex.
Smelser is acting as night watch dur
ing his absence.
Mrs. John D. Pulton and daughter,
Mrs. Pred Hunter, were down from
Riverton Wednesday, visiting with
Mrs. K. 11. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCall of Thcrm-
opolis, Wyo., arrived Monday for a
visit with his mother, Mrs. O. McCall,
and other relatives.
Will Muckey, of Ilorin's livery barn,
ran a nail into his foot the llrst of the
week and as a consequence is hobbling
around on eruches.
Miss Mubel Howard returned to her
school at Stormsburg today. She was
accompanied by her mother, who will
visit her for awhile.
Wm. Weesnor has moved to the old
Samuel Garber place, in the northeast
part of town, which he recently pur
chased of I). R. Whi taker.
Mrs. Anshute of Smith county, Kan.,
has bought the residence on Seward
street so long occupied by I). M. Abel,
and will move to Red Cloud.
I have some home grown maple trees
from 0 to 1'J foot high for sale. I will
nlant them for you if you wish. Por
price inquire of A. G. Green.
Miss Yoder of Kansas City, Expert
Milliner, has accepted the position of
trimmer and manager of Turnure llros.
famous Millinery Department.
Jerome Wright has quit his job with
V ju llros. and has gone to Hebron,
where he will go into the hurdwurc
business with his brother Hurt.
Mr. und Mrs. Oru Chupnian have ar
rived from Peoria, 111., and are visit-
in; wuli Airs, unnpman s nrouiers, un
and Tom Rodgers, near Inavale.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hughes of Filley,
Neb., are the parents of a son, born
Sunday, at the home of Mrs. Hughes'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Roats.
Newhouso llros. 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.
. . . - Slt 1 At 11PM1
Faster and faster the pace is set,
y )c()plu of ttcU()n vm ,m(l t,
$ i m mo unisn you wouiu ne
Take HoUlster's Rocky Mountain Tea.
u. u. uoittng.
Karl McConkey, who has been visit
ing with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, C.
0. McConkey, for several weeks, left
this morning for his home in Vivian,
J. II. llailey has moved the old Cha
ncy house to thu lots just south of
George lleardslee's now house, and
will build a Hue new residence this
Pine Salve Carbollzcd acts like a !
poultice; highly antiseptic, extensively t
and TOP COATS
The time of the year when a Rain Coat or Top Coat
is the proper garment to wear. Plenty of them in our
store at prices ranging from $5 to $ 1 8.
Not too early to buy your SPRING SUIT. We are
selling lots of them. We claim without fear of contra
diction the finest display of Men's, Boys' and Children's
Suits in Southern Nebraska. Prices fair and Quality
the best. Men's Suits, $5 to $25.
The Florshcim, $4 and $5; Sclz Shoes, $1.75 to $4.
A big line of Boys' Shoes, $1.75 to $2.50.
First Door North
used for Eczema, chapped hands and
lips, cuts, burns. Sold by Henry Cook's
We wish to call attention to the ad
vertisement of W. M. MeLcniore's big
Shorthorn sale at llladen, Monday,
March 25, which appears elsewhere in
Dr. Warrick, the specialist, will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients and
those needing glusses properly titled,
ut Dr. Damerell's oil ice in Red Cloud,
Thursday, March 11.
At the meeting of the Commercial
Club Tuesday evening V. W. Cowdon
was elected president, A. McCall vice
president and Paul S. Dietrich was re
Mrs. J. II. Robinson and daughter,
Mrs. Reuben Schultz. went to Stella,
Neb., Monday morning, being called
there by the death of Robert Timmer
man, a nephew of Mrs. Robinson.
The dinner and supper given last
Saturday by the mothers, wives, sweet
hearts and sisters of the band boys
netted SI 11.38. The money is to go for
new uniforms for the band, which will
cost in the neighborhood of S3.r)0.
Yesterday was the forty-third anni
versary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Holsworth and they celebrated
the day by inviting their sons and
daughters to take dinner with them. It
was also Mrs. Holsworth's 71st birth
day. "The Foxey Mr. llowser" ut the
opera house last night entertained a
large audience. As a mirth producer
the play was a decided suecess,though
some of the parts were a little over
drawn. The orchestra music between
the acts was a pleasing change from
Complies with all requirements of
"Our food was good Be,
steal:, flapjack, fresh bread, etc
but nothing seemed to warm err!
strengthen us a3 much aa a cup cf
ARIOSA Coffee, which wc kept in
the original package and ground D3
needed." Ttom o cn&man now In EellJehtm.
Aibuckles' ARIOSA was the first rom'.cl
packaged coffee, packaged for the cosumer's
protection and ths porcj of each berry tealcd
after the rolling with fresh eyg and lugar lo
keep tho coccIqcss ta and make the codes ccltlc
dear cad quickly,
of the Post Office, Red
the customary specialties introduced
by most shows.
Mr. and Mrs. George l'ope received
a letter from their son Leigh, who Is
working in ahurdwurestoreln Kansas
City, stating that he was to be married
last Monday evening to a Miss Nelson.
This will be a surprise to his many
friends in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Slaby drove to
Riverton yesterday, returning last
night. Mr. Slaby will go into the
hotel business, having purchased the
Hoys' Home in Riverton. They are
moving their household goods there
today and will take possession at once.
The anniversary program that was
to be given last Sunday evening in the
Congregational church, was postponed
on account of sickness of several mem
bers, and they expect to give It next
Sunday evening at 7::i0. It will be an
interesting program, and the music will
be iv strong feature of the service.
Mr. and Mrs. John McCune removed
to llladen last Saturday, where McCune
will have charge of the new clothing
store to bo opened there tomorrow by
Paul Storey, of this .city. Mr. JHcCuno
is a flrst closs salesman, thoroughly
understands the clothing business, and
we predict success for the new enter
prise. The Nation's plan for a series of
small school houses scattered over the
city, as outlined lust week, would be
very nice if the city could afford to hire
a dozen or so more teachers than now.
However, us one of the principal ob
jects of the proposed new school build
ing is the concentration of the grades,
giving one teacher to a grade and
thereby increasing the elllclency of the
the National Pure Food Law, Guarantee
Talk about "roasted fresh daily" the
way to get a cup of coffee that tastes
like coffee, with all the delicious flavcr
and aroma intact, h to buy Arbuckles'
ARIOSA and grind it as you want to
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8 $'' -rH Never buy Iccsc coffee out cf a bag,
9 " - TjJ1' B bin cr tin. If it were good the roaster
(L........J.W ' '""' """ xnnW not be anhameil to sell it in a
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I loute cf Kurptnheinw I
present teaching force, we cannot see
our way clearly to Indorsing thu
Will Parkes Sr., received word this
week from his niece, Miss Flora Quick,
county superintendent of Red Willow
county, that her father, S. C. Quick of
Indlauola, had successfully undergone
an operation for the removal of his
right hand last Sunday. The amputa
tion wus made necessary as the result
of a sandbur which Mr. Quick ran in
to his hand about two years ago, and
has given him trouble ever since.
Governor Sheldon has signed the il
cent fare bill. While the law would
probably be legal without the govern
or's signature, he laid aside his person
al objections to the bill and signed it.
He also signed the free high school bill,
which provides tlwit country children
who wish to attend high school may
do so ut the expense of the district in
which they live. The law provided
that a tuition of S3 shall bo paid for
each pupil, the money to bo raised by
a levy based on the prospective- num
ber of pupils who uro to talc advan
tage of it.
Will Wiggih wus over from near
Lebanon Saturday and made this ollice
a pleasant visit. In the early days
Mr. Wiggin was "devil" In Tin: Ciiikk
ollice, when 0. L. Mather wus editor,
anil Inter worked for Murk Wurner,
llorin & Springer and M L. Thomas.
Joe Holcomb, also one of the original
compositors in Tiik Cuir.i' ollice, was
helping us last week, and about the
time Wiggin was paying us his visit
J. S. Gilhum dropped in, and when
the three got to talking over old times
they told some interesting reminiscen
ces of the early days. It makes one
feel good to hear them talk.
No. 2041, filed at Washington. ,
bin cr tin. If it were good the
would not be acharaed to sell
package with his name en it.
Tho m!cj e ArboeJJts ARIOSA ctcml thow cf til
the cthcrpacLscidcofTccJceailircd. llii (lie heit coffee
for you, exui cotu ycu lnu
If your grocer won t supply, wnie to
New YccU Cry.
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