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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1907)
Miss Irene Hull is in lilncoln this
Sylvester Day is on tlie sick list this
Dr. 13. A. Thomas, Dentist, Damerell
Wanted Fggs and butter at Tnr
11 nre Itros.
Frank Nelson's new house is Hearing
Frank Dudley for painting and
Miss Stella Dueker was up from Sup.
rior this week.
Dr. Damerell went to Akron, Colo.,
Karl Dieker.Minwent to Akron, Colo..
M outlay evening.
Mrs. John .MeCune was down from
Wanted (Jirl for general housework.
Mrs. ('. II. Miner.
Mrs. Ward Hayes and sou have gone
Vo Fairbury, Neb.
If you miss it you will miss it, Mou
c.uy, at opera house.
Mr. and Mrs. Lcltoy Tarr are home
from their western trip.
.1. S. MeKnightof Alma was in the
city Tuesday on business.
You will do well to take your eggs
and butter to Turnure Hros.
Louis Itangert and Mr. Storm were
ir. from Stillwater Saturday.
Mrs. W. IC. (Jeer is visiting with
relatives in Republican City.
Some of our pessimistic citizens are
predicting a drouthy season.
The W. C. T. l will meet next Wed
nesday with Mrs. L. L. Itnrcn.
Mr. antliMrs. .lohn Hathjen are the
parents of a girl, born Sunday.
Eli Collette and Arlie Davis were
flown from Illation Wednesday.
The 0-year-old son of Ike Wilmot,
living over south, is seriously ill.
The "laughiest" yet, "The Girl from
-Chili" at the opera house April 8.
Alfalfa seed for sale by W. II. Ilot.cn
orans, at Piatt's lumberyard. 12tf
llev. J. M. Dates will speak Sunday
7iight on Church anil State in France.
K. C. Smith of Rcatriee was visiting
with friends in Ked Cloud Wednesday.
Mrs. T. ('. Hacker has returned from
: visit with her daughter in llutte.
Miss Frma Lindleyof Itiverton visit
ed with relatives in lied Cloud this
Ftlitor tilick of the Uiverton Review
mis a plesant caller at this olllee Sat
urday. Miss Georgia (lard of Lincoln visited
with relatives ami friends the first of
Mrs. Charley Olmsted and Miss Itiah
Olmsted were down front Inavale
Mrs. West and Mrs. Caster will go
to Naponee tomorrow night for a
Lewis Steward, recently of Columbus
O., has oecepted a position with It. 1'.
S. A. Dayman came down from
Strand Island Monday to attend the
Miss Nellie Jones of Clay Center,
Neb., is the guest of her cousin, Mrs.
Mrs. George .1. Warren is visiting
with her daughter, Mrs. Ned Grimes,
: Itlue Hill.
Millinery New lot of pattern, street
&ad trimmed hats just received at
Will Mackey got tangled up in a
runaway Tuesday ami received some
It is agonizingly funny and hyster
ically serious, 'The Girl from Chili,"
Monday April 8.
Grant Turner has quit the dray line
and is again working on the Starke
ranch at Amboy.
Frit. Vance of Hastings came down
to spend the holidays with his cousins,
the Pharos doys.
W. F. linker, deputy assessor for
ak Creek precinct, was a Ked Cloud
The largest and best line of new
dress goods at Turnure llros. Ilest
allies ever offered.
If you want to have a good hearty
laugh see '-The Girl from Chili" at the
pent house April 8.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Saylor went to
Xearney Tuesday for n short visit with
Mrs. Saylor's parents.
The Nebraska supreme court says
that it has no right to interfere in the
Tabitha Home matter.
Special meetings begin at the M. F.
Church Sunday, April 7. All are cor
dially invited to attend.
"The Girl from Chili" a clean whole
some farce comedy with a plot. Mon
day, April 8, opera house.
Miss Laura McCnne went to Almena,
Kan., this week, to attend the wedding
of her cousin, Miss Harbor.
Word was received in Red Cloud
Wednesday that L. M. Vance was very
ill at his home in Hastings.
The bazar and dinner given by the
M. F. Ladies' Aid boeiety last Saturday
netted 170 for that organization.
Arthur McArthur has severed his
connection with this olllee and will
hereafter make cement sidewalks.
The lunacy commission in the Thaw
trial has decided that Thaw is now
sane, and the trial will now go on.
Mrs. George Newhottse anil children
are visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wash Heed, in Campbell, this
Hurt F. Drown and Fditor Shields of
the Dine Hill Leader were shaking
hands with Ued Cloud friends last
Jesse Thompson, manager of Tuber's
short order house, is able to be on
duty again after a slight attack of
The movement to have the streets
marked and houses numbered is meet
ing with favorableeonsideration by
Taxpayers should read County As
sessor Turner's explanation of some
points in the law, published elsewhere
in this paper.
Whenever you gel hungry drop into
Will Latta's short order house, hist
north of Spokeileld's. Everything new
and up to date.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson and
daughter, Mrs. Anderson, will leave
next Monday for the hitter's home in
Miss Tilla McClelland, of Hastings,
formerly a teacher in the Ked Cloud
schools, visited at the home of 1). II.
Kaley this week.
Arthur Koby came over from
Deatrice Tuesday. His mother and
sister, Miss Helen, will accompany
him home today.
Mr. and Mrs. Kofod, the new pro
prietors of the Holland House, arrived
Sunday from Omaha, but have not yet
Mrs. Sophia Chambers and Mrs. J.
N. Kickards returned Monday evening
from Hebron and are again visiting
at the home of J. II. Kellogg.
Fred Maurer secured an increase of
pension this wet- for Kobertson
Adamson of Cowlesand Robert Wilson,
who resides south of the river.
Car of puro Itetl Kiver Early Ohio
potatoes for seed. If you want good
potatoes and a good yield, plant good
seed. For sale at Turnure Hros.
3 lbs large Prunes 25c
4 ioc cans Lye 25c
9 bars Quaker Soap. . . 25c
3 qts. Onion Sets 25c
7 lbs Buckwheat Flour 25c
4 boxes Egg-O-See... 25c
All tho Phonos
I will have some extra peach, cherry,
Apple ami plums on hand to sell soon.
Expect them about the 5th of April.
Come and see them. A. G. Gi:t:i:s.
Wanted 30 head of cattle to pas
ture, 40 cents per mouth. Albert
Wright, .1 miles west and 0 north of
Hod Cloud. apr l'J
Nowhouso 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.
Pine Salve Carbolized acts like a
poultice; highly antiseptic, extensively
used for Eczema, chapped hands and
lips, eut.s, burns. Soltl by Henry Cook's
Elder W. It. Durbrlge of Danbury,
Neb., will preach at the Christian
church next Sunday, both morning
and evening. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
We heard a fanner from the smith
side say. the other day, that he was
going to Lebanon to trade if something
was not soon done about the hitching
post matter in Ked Cloud.
The famous Crosset Shoes, for men.
Irving Drew shoes and oxfords fir
ladies and misses. Also complete line
of Hamilton-Drown shoes for every
body. For sale at Turnure llros.
Ed Taylor went to York. Wednes
day, where he is on the program of
the Central Nebraska Educational As
sociation, along with Senator La I'ol
lette ami other distinguished people.
Charley Schult. is having lifteen
hundred cement blocks made to go in
to his new residence just south of the
Hrethren church. We fail to see what
use a bachelor has for a fine residence.
The contract for the new pump
house at the waterworks was let to J.
II. Kellogg, the price being S.VW.SO.
Work was begun yesterday and it will
be completed by the time the new
A letter from Kenneth Williams, who
is with a surveying party at Douglass,
Wyo., says the way the wind blows
here is nothing in conparisou to what
Wyoming can put up. He says he Is
getting tired of sleeping out with wild
cats and rattlesnakes.
Fred Spence, who is now located at
Trenton ,NobM in the abstractbusiness,
was shaking hands with Ked Cloud
friends Wednesday. He brought his
father Charley Spence, Dob Denton
ami C. A. Easterley down from Dladen
in his new automobile.
Ued Cloud Camp No. 08, M. W. A.,
are making preparations for a pro
gram, to be followed by a banquet, at
their hall on April II. This is for the
Woodmen, their wives, sweethearts
and members of the Royal Neighbors.
Come early and stay late.
The village of Dladen elected an
anti-license board Tuesday. Two of
the "antis" were elected by two votes,
while the third was tied with his op
ponent and in the casting of lots the
"dry" man won. We understand the
election will be contested.
Your money refunded if after using
three-fourths () of a tube of Manan
you are dissatislled. 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 drugstore.
That low-down "cuss," the dog pois
oner, is again abroad in the laud.
Last week C. C. McConkey's dog fell
a victim to the poisoner, and yesterday
morning Holton Letson's full-blooded
Scotch collie, "Ted," went to dog
heaven by the same route. Charley
Crabill's line bulldog is also missing.
A man that will poison a dog will
The relief of Coughs and Colds
through laxative influence originated
with Dee's Laxative Cough Syrup, con
taining Honey and Tar, a cough syrup
containing no opiates or poisons, which
is extensively sold. Secure a bottle at
once, obtain a guarantee coupon, and
if not fully satisfied with results, your
money will be refunded. Sold by
Henry Cook's drug store.
W. H.Taber Is making arrangements
to open a new bowling alley in the
basement of his building. The equip
ment has already arrived and will soon
be placed in position. Mr. Tabor in
tends to make the alleys a resort that
ladies may visit and patronize as safe
ly as they can go to tho thcatttror any
other public entertainment. Annonce
ment of opening day will be made
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A RE yougeltinif Boys' Clothing with the best
- quality andjstyle ? Arc you, for a fact ? Or,
is it doubtful ?
There's no use trying to convince yourself that
you can buy as good clothing anywhere else as we
handle; it's useless to try to save money over the
prices we ask. To assume thar you get the service
or satisfaction from "cheaper" clothing is to argue
that right is not might, that merit has not power, that
value docs not.
Boys' Suits, $1.50 to $6
Young Mens Suits, $3.50 to $18
Men s Suits, $5 to $25
The Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
Clothiers, Hatters, Furnishers,
First Door North of Post
MnnZan Pile Remedy put up incon
venient collapsible tubes with nozzle
attachment so that the remedy may be
applied at the very seat of tho trou
ble, thus relieving almout instantly
bleeding, itching or protruding piles.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Sold by Henry Cook's drug
There was an exciting runaway Sat
urday when Frank Slaby's team be
came frightened at a fluttering sign on
a telephone pole. The buggy tipped
over in front of the Fifth Avenue
Hotel, spilling Mr. Slabyand lifty-sev-en
dozen nice fresh eggs on the ground.
This accounts for tho shortage in the
Faster egg market.
The Repudlican Valley Association
of Congregational Churches will hold
its twenty-seventh semi-annual session
at Wilcox, Neb., April it and 10. Rev.
A. A. fc'rcssman is to speak on "The
Place and Purpose of the Sunday
School". Fach church is entitled to bo
represented by pastor, Sunday school
superintendent and two delegates.
.lim Owen, the Alma operator who
was held in jail here for several weeks
on a charge of robbing tho express
company, was convicted and sentenced
to two years in the penitentiary.
Fugene Mcrrifield, who killed the
landlord of tho farm on which ho
lived, was convicted of manslaughter
, but has not yet been sentenced.
Services at the Congregational
church next Sunday as follows:
Preaching service at 10: lf; sacrament
of the Lord's Supper and reception of
members. An ottering will be taken
at this service and also in Sunday
school for the China famine sufferers,
Sunday school at 11:50: Juniors, 3jfl();
I Y. P. S. C. F., 7 p. m.: preaching, 8
1 p. in., subject: "The Rights of Km
ployers; and Fmployes or, tho Con
flict Detween Capital and Labor." In
view of tho threatened strikes and the
unsettled condition among many
laborers, this subject is timely. It
will be discussed without fear or favor.
Come and hear it.
Shoes, Trunks and Suit Cases
Office, Red Cloud, Nebraska
Is Not Who Is Golnft to Be Mayor, Bit
Will the Court House Bonds Carry,
and What Is the Population of Red
and how many names appear in
the new Directory. Make aguess ami
get the money.
Contest closes next Wednesday,
PUT THIS OUT
and mail it to Publishers RedjCloud
Directory, City. MyJguessZis
Letter most names
Letter least names
Letter not represented
"The Girl from Chill."
"Tho Oirl from Chili" has already
found a warm place in tho hearts of
Portland theater goers. Another
crowded house witnessed ihs produc
tion at Cordray's theater last night.
This, in view of the inclement weather
and the strong counter attractions al
ways to bo found in a circus, is proof
that there is something more than
ordinary to commend it. "ThelOirl
from Chili" Is one of tho funniest plays
that have been broughtJto Portland.
This is conceded by all who have seen
it. Tho same bill will be presented
tonight and rest of tho week. Port
land (Ore.) Fvening Telegram.
Reo's Laxative Cough Syrup contain
tabling Honey and Tar is especially
appropriate for children, no opiates or
poisons of any character, conforms to
the provisions of tho National Puro
Food and Drug Law, Juno 30, 1908.
For Croup, Whooping Cough, etc. It
expels Coughs and Colds by gently
moving tho bowelB. Guaranteed. Sold,
by Henry Cook's drugstore.
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