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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1907)
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S LOCALETTES 5
Just Received, a
Car Load of
Special Prices in
! the Phones
Wednesday, March 20
E. H. PERRY
Powerful Four-Act Comedy Drama,
A play that makos tho bonrt boat
OLBVER SINGING AND
Little PERRY Sisters
ARIOSA comes in
one pound packages
M!"" onlv. sealed for vour
' 9 Piss? to insurc your
9 1 getting the genuine old-
c fashioned Arbuckles'
ARIOSA Coffee everytimc.
Be real angry if they send you
a substitute, which is not as good
and may in time ruin your
digestion and nerves.
Corr plrci wilh all rcciuiremenli c,f tKs National Pute
Food Law, Guarantee No. 204 I , tUtl at Yabintloo.
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Faster ami faster tho puce is not,
"JJy people ot action, vim and get,
So if at tho finish yon would bo.
Take llollister's Rocky Mountain Tea.
C. L. Cotting.
Kargaius every minute at Turnure
Dr. E. A. Thomas, Dentist, Dameroll
Roy Garber went to Hastings Wed
nesday. Wm, Lindqulst went to Hastings to
E. J. Overingwas In Lincoln the ilrst
of tho week.
Garden seeds, the kind that grow, at
ltruee Frame came down from Itlue
For Kent A farm of 500 acres. In
quire at this ollice.
Take your butter and eggs to Turn
ure llros. It pays.
If you want dishes of any kind, buy
them at Turnure llros.
Mrs. N. S. Hants returned Monday
from a visit in Juniata.
Call at Newhouse llros. and get a
handsome pin tray free.
Attorney Saylor returned Tuesday
evening from a trip east.
Shoes bought at Turnure llros. wear
and make life's walk easy.
M. A. Mercer paid a visit to relatives
in Gibbon, Neb., this week.
W. II. and (). W. Tabor went to
Omaha the iirsl of tho week.
Ed McDonald returned Thursday
morning from a visit in Mi mien.
Mrs. .1. X. Uiekardsof Colorado City
is visiting relatives in Red Cloud.
Mrs. Sanson is visiting in lleutrice
with her daughter, Mrs. Roy Rife.
Rev. J. M. Hates left today for a
twelve days trip to St. Paul, Minn.
Docs your colfee suit you? If not,
buy It of Turnure llros, and it will.
Miss Cook entertained the pharma
cists of the city at luncheon Sunday.
Miss Eva Myers has gone to Lebanon
to assist her father in his restaurant.
C. C. Cowden returned last Saturday
from a several weeks' visit in St. Joe.
Mrs. L. I. Albright is visiting in
Norton, Kan., with her son Sherwood.
Leroy Tarr, of Miner Rros'. store,
left Tuesday evening for Salt Lake
Mrs. John Ilarber of llelvidere,Neb.,
visited this week with relatives in Red
Tho Ilurlington pay car gladdened
the hearts of tho local railroad boys
Last Sunday while hunting Guy Day
killed a mammoth coon. It weighed
The more the people sec of the in
candescent street lights, the better they
Roy Morgan and Henry Clauson, Jr.,
went to llloomington Monday evening
to attend eourt.
Have you seen the beautiful new
spring dress goods and spring jackets
at Turnure llros.?
Religious services at Indian Creek
school house next Sunday at 3 p. m.,
Dr. E. S. Reed of Chicago, formerly
a dentist here, was shaking hands with
old friends this week.
Subject of sermon at tile Congrega
tional church Sunday evening, March
17th, "The Model Home."
A. J. Waskom loft on Monday for a
visit iti Indiana. Mrs. Waskom re
mained in Red Cloud for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Lindqulst returned
Tuesday evening from a month's v'tbit
in the eastern part of tho state.
Miss Norma Richardson came home
last evening from Lincoln, whore site
has been attending the university.
Rev. Mr. Thompson of Missouri, will
preach ot the Christian church, both
morning and evening, next Sunday.
Miss Anna Ferguson has returned to
her home In Taylorvillc, 111., after a
visit at the home of J. W. lloganrlef.
Opening sale of millinery Saturday,
Kith, at Turnure Kros. liny your spring
hat of us. Get the style and save mon-
J. W. Kinsel returned from Lincoln
Friday morning, aceompanieil by Mrs.
i Kinsel, who is greatly improved in
Walter Collins and family will leave
Sunday for Kurr Oak, Kan., which
place they will make their home this
Dr. J. W. Moranvillo is slowly re
covering from his recent severe illness,
and was out driving for a short time
Virgil Law fell from a 10-foot scaf
fold, Saturday, while worklngon Frank
and TOP COATS
The time of the year when a Rain Coal or Top Coat
is the proper garment to wear. Plenty of them in our
store at prices ranging from $5 to $18.
Not loo early to buy your SPRING SUIT. We are
selling lots of them. Vc 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 Florsheim, $4 and $5; Sclz Shoes, $1.75 to $4.
A big line of Boys' Shoes, $1.75 to $2.50.
. First Door North
Vavricka's new house, and sustained
Whenever you get hungry drop into
Will Latin's short order house, just
north of Spokefield's. Everything new
and up to date.
Mrs. O. 11. Stark, who has been vis
iting her brother, J. E. Krown, left
Wednesday morning for her homo in
Tho Ladies' Guild of the Episcopal
church was entertained Wednesday by
Mrs. L. II. Klacklcdge, assisted by Mrs.
George J. Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Ackley of Omaha,
arrived Tuesday evening for a visit
with Mrs. Ackley 's parents, Colonel
and Mrs. Winfrey.
Tho ladies of the Congregational
church will hold their regular monthly
market at Griffoth's store a week from
tomorrow, March 2U.
G. W. MeCraeken lias resigned his
position at Cotting's drug store and
gone to Stanton, Neb., where he will
manage a drugstore.
The ten-Inch snow that fell on Sat
urday soon melted and It all soaked in
to the ground. It was the first real
snow storm of the winter.
1 have some home grown maple trees
from 0 to Vi foot high for stile. I will
plant them for yon if you wish. For
price inquire of A. G. Green.
John Karkley is moving the house
from the place recently purchased by
Will Smith from C. W. Kaley, to the
old John I'arkcs farm, west of town.
Newhouse Kros. 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.
The beautiful cantata, "The King
in His Glory," will be given in the Con
gregational church Sunday evening
March It I. Watch for particulars next
Jan. MeKride and Jack Waller of
Cowles wore in Red Cloud yesterday
morning on their way home from Kan
sas City, where they had been .with
l'ino Salvo Carbolized acts like a
poultice; highly antiseptic, extensively
used for Eczema, chapped hands and
lips, cuts, burns. Sold by Henry Cook's
The city council of Superior is Inves
tigating the condition of the electric
light plant in that city with a view to
purchasing it. Municipal ownership is
the only system.
Axel Daiil and Harold Dahl, of Web
her, Kan., former pupils of Alvin
Snapp, visited with the Red Lmud
band last night and assisted tho boy.-
with their practice.
II. Paulson and family of Ilelvidere,
Neb., visited at the home of A. T.
Walker this week. Mr. Paulson will
occupy Mr. Walker's farm on Farmers
creek, the coining season.
The Nashville Students gavo an al
leged entertainment at tho opera house
of tho Post Office, Red
Tuesday night. Aside from one fairly
good dancer, there was no redeeming
feature to the performance.
The Citizens' band will give a big
dance at Woodman hall next Tuesday
evening. Prof. Snapp's orchestra will
furnish the music. Everybody is In
vited. Admission to the hall will be
Dr. Snhin of Omaha stopped olT in
Red Cloud last night for a short visit
with his brother, D. T. Snhin, east of
town. Tho doctor was on his way home
from Orleanswhere he had been called
Mrs. Towusend of Iloldrego, state or
ganizer of the W. C. T. U.,will lecture
at the M. E. church on Saturday eve
ningat7::i(), also at the Congregational
church Sunday morning and at the
Christian church at night.
Ralph VanCleef and I'otor Moat, two
of the fancy barbers ut Red Cloud, were
in the oltj' Sunday visiting with their
friend, W. E. Krown. They think
some of starting another shop in this
city. Franklin Sentiel.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oberg and Mr.
and Mrs. John Peterson, from near
Campbell, were in Red Cloud Saturday
on their way to attend the silver wed
ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Peterson, soutlieastof town.
1). F. Trunkeyor Kellingliam, Wash.,
was shaking hands with old friends in
this city this week. Mr. Trunkey was
on his way homo from a visit to his
boyhood home in Ohio, which he has
not visited for nearly forty years.
Fireman Gus Sodorburg is home
from Grand Island on account of ill
ness of his father, expecting to he here
two or three weeks, lie is employed
on the L'nion Pacific, running out of
Grand Island. McCook Republican.
Prof. Snapp goes to Franklin tonight
A I W ffi-w
it ' fill
I louse of Ktipjnhcimei
to give the newly organized band at
that place its Ilrst rehearsal. Mr. Snapp
has twice before made arrangements to
go, but was unavoidably prevented.
The Franklin band has twenty-eight
The Ladies Aid society of the M. K.
church will hold their annual Easter
Kazar Satiuday March :i(). They will
also serve in connection with the bazar
a chicken pie dinner and supper. A
cordial invitation is extended (to all.
It will be hold In the Dainerell block,
Mrs. T. C. Hacker received a tele-
grrm this morning announcing the se
rious illness of her daughter, Mrs. Lulu
Glenn, of Kuite, Mont., and left on the
morning train to be at her bedside.
Mrs. Glenn is well known in Red
Cloud, having visited here on two oc
casions. llcrt Garber will leave for Omaha
next Wednesday, where hewilllbo giv
en an opportunity to "make" the
Omaha Western league club. Kortisu
speedy pitcher, has good control of the
ball, and in addition is a good hitter
and inflolder. Wo wish him success
and have no doubt will "land" with
A large audience was present last
Sunday evening at tho Congregational
church to listen to a program by the
Junior Endeavor Society, celebrating
the ttfd anniversary of that organiza
tion. Every number on the 'program
was good. The recitations ami soiij'h
by the. primary class were worthy of
special mention. Miss Florence Kel
logg presided with dignity and precis
ion. I lor po6m calls forth " special
praise. Tho Junior choir surprised all
by their most excellent music. Thoso
not present missed a rich treat. An
offering for a missionary library was
taken amounting to 85. The superin
tendent wishes to thank all for tills
Only one heap
is needed for one
quart of flour.
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