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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1907)
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Mrs. Jack Hold Is .seriously Ul.
Mrs. .Iiu Saladon. who was recently Pino Salvo ('arholl.od nols like it
operated upon in Chicago, is seriously poultioo; highl.v antiseptic. cctouMvoly ,
ill at her homo south of the river. used for Ko.onn olmpped hands and
Wanted First eook and dining room l- " s,,la l,V 1U,"'.V ' ,
hoy in- trirl at, the Hon Ton bakery drugstore. I
anil restaurant. V. S. Itense, Piop. Miss Hvu Fosbury of University
... . . l'lai'c. wlm is now touching at Craw-
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3 I 5 Webster Don't forget the Number
I ii von wish in enjoy guou u iiiin.v .... , i . i i i i
K. A. Thomas, Dentist, DarnereM' jlUn The Vn,m Class. If interested fonl. Neb has been oleeted principal
i J ... nf i in i i' i se tool. his eomph'tes
(Icorgo MoCrary was in (Juido ISook
Mrs. Priideneo Monro is very slilc
Prof. Mni'lU eaino down from P.luo
A. ('. Slahy of Itivei'loi; wan in
r:ov. .1. M I'.ates left tills noon for
. Paul. Minn.
Mrs. Wi-iileinan went to KansasCit.y.
A hoy was horn Wednesday to Mr.
;mi Mrs. Charles Leo.
Mrs. I u'u Matthews of lun vale vras
the oily. Wednesday.
arry Harlow left Sunday for .-v visit
V Canton and La llarpo. 111.
rostmaster lray and son wore
lown from Itiverton Saturday.
Rev. .lenson of Uushlon preaehed at
the Danish oliuro.li last Sunday.
Mrs. Nellie McCluro of Chester
visited in Kod Cloud tills week.
Kev. and Mrs. Noah Waggoner left
this week for a trip to California.
Clovd Cuinmings, day engineer at
the light plant, is on the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Finohor are par
ruts of hahy girl, born Wednesday.
Newhouso llius. have just received a
wcw line of mantel and alarm docks.
Alfalfa seed for sale by W. II. Konoii
tirans, at Piatt's lumber yard. 12tf
Mrs. A. II. Carpenter and daughter
went to Imperial, Neb., last evening.
Mrs. W. C. Cox left Tuesday for
i;age, Okla., for a visit with relatives.
Mrs. Walter Warren is entertaining
Mrs. .lames Morrison of Superior this
An orchestra has been organized
n raong the younger members of the
Mrs. A. P. Kly of MeCook is visiting
with her parents, Mr and Mrs. H. I J.
"Peg" Krown. the Franklin photo
grapher, was a Red Cloud visitor
C. D. Uobinson is moving into his
new house on North Seward street
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ilortfcld and
baby have gone to MeCook to reside
Mrs. lly Shepardson and Mrs. Fred
Hunter wore down from Uiverton
Dennis Lindsey has been granted an
mi.rpase of oensioii. Fred Maurer was
Miss Mollie Ferris is in Lincoln this
week attending the meeting of the
Mrs. Flossie Illingworth is greatly
improved and is now thought to be
out of dunger.
P. Newhouse has been granted an
Increase of pension, and will now get
:fJ15 per month.
Mr. and Mrs. Van Camp will return
to Red Cloud to live as soon as they
can get a house.
Carl Warren came home from Lin
coln Saturday evening to remain dur
ing the summer.
Henry Sears of Uelvidere, 111., has
keen here this week looking after some
veal estate deals.
Tom Heal came in from Alliance to
day for a visit with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. V. Heal.
Thomas Hurden wius down from
Hladen this week to see his new
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pope arrived
home Sunday monday from their wed
ding trip to Colorado.
Mr. and Mrs. .John Aultz and their
niece Miss Sadie Pinkie, went to Lluion
Col., Tuesday morning.
Prof. .John Weesner of Webber,
Kan., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Win. Weesner, this week.
Walt Cox has been awarded the con
tract for the wiring for the new dec-
trie light plant at Friend.
you will find out the where and what. ""I..- M& m-IiooI. his oompletos
.... the list of toaohors for the oouiing year. '
Mrs. John 1. Potter and Mrs. (!. P..
..n ii .1 The oltv council has ordered the
MoKooby are attending tho"inootmg' ,m ., ., . , , ., i ..u is...,
... ... ... ... .. i Partners A Merchants bank building
of the Eastern Mtar in ijinooin mis - ... .... . i
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Nov. Kippotoo oanio down from
Hustings yesterday to preaeli.tho ser-1
nion at, the funeral of S. 11. Carpenter
IJoseoe Sellars returned Wednesday
to llridgeport. Neb., whore ho it. em
ployed as a timekeeper with a rail
gang. Tliooitv oouneil has ordered that the
ordinance, providing that hacks, drays,
street cars, etc., pay a license bo en
forced. Clarence Carpenter loft Tuesday
evening for Chase county, where ho
oxpeetw to remain for a eouplo of
Mrs. Hradbrook is building a now
porch and otherwise improving her
residence property on West Sixth
S. P. Spokoslioid, who has had a
severe siege of pneumonia, is improv
ing and it is hoped will soon be
Hev. George Hummel went to Doni
phan. Neb., Wednesday to visit his
daughters, Mrs. Carrie Young and Mrs.
Whenever you get hungry drop into
Will Latta's short order house, just
north of Spokofield's. Everything new
and up to date.
A. W. Melloynolds, county surveyor
of Nuckolls county, was over from
Nelson this week doing some work for
Mr. and Mrs. George Holister and
daughter Itinllc went to Lincoln Tues
day morning, being called there by
the illness of Mr. Hollistcr's sister.
At the meeting of the school board
Monday evening Dr. R. P. Haines was
elected president. E. J. Ovonng vice
president and L. II. Port secretary.
Of all the fruits there are in the land,
That grow on bush or tree,
I would give up the choicest ones
For Hollistcr's Rocky Mountain Tea.
U. L. (Jotting.
At the meeting of the city count
Wednesday night Oscar Hurroughs
wim dented simcrintendint of the
electric light plant for the ensuing
For Sale Ten thoroughbred Here
ford bulls, 2 years old, good color,
well marked. Will sell reasonable.
1 mile east of Riverton. Mrs. J. M. Car-uahan.
A special invitation to the young
people of Red Cloud to hear Prof.
Thompson at the Congregational
church next Sunday evening at 8
Mr. Maples of Ridgeway, Mo., was
in Red Cloud Tuesday on his way to
visit his son, who purchased the
.Toshma Rushton place, near North
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Robertson of
MeCook are parents of a baby girl,
born last Friday. Mrs. Robertson
was formerly Miss Minnie Dickenson
of this city:
Mrs. Harriott and daughter, Mrs.
Florence Kettner, have removed from
Pranklin to Red Cloud and are living
in the house across the street from the
rent. The bund boys will liereaiior
occupy the basement of the building.
Regular examination for toaohors
will lie held nect Friday and ".Satur
day. May 17 and IS. Kxaininatioit of
eighth grade pupils will also bo hold at
the same time.
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.
Marion Neal, who recently sold his
billiard hall in this oily to llavol and
Gross, has purchased a similar busi
ness at Guide Roclc. lie made a suc
cess of the business hero and will no
doubt do the same in Guide Hock.
Hod Cloud was "dry" for a short
time Tuesday morning, owing to the
licenses of the saloons having expired
Monday night and t'10 now council
failing to renew them until the ad
journed mooting Tuesday fornoon.
Artists have no trouble in securing
models. The famous beauties have
discarded corsets ami have beeouio
models in face and form since taking
Hollistcr's Rocky Mountain Tea. :.
cents, tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting.
A. II. Carpenter and llurke A Camp
bell tiled the papers in their appeal to
the supreme court in the case where
in Ilenard MoNeny secured a judgment
against then for SUSO as the outcome
nt tlw Rushton land deal. The bond
was ilxed at 81700.
A young man from Riverton tried to
get on the "blind" baggage at the
depot in Red Cloud Sunday evening.
His foot caught under the wheel and
two of his toes were so badly mashed
that he was taken to Cook's hospital
for treatment, and was afterward sent
to his home in Riverton.
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Ray Palmer, who has been taking a
course in telegraphy at the business
college, is now employed at the depot
where he will receive the benefit of a
Rev. A. A. Crcssman will preach the
baccalaureate sermon to the gradua
ting class of the Red Cloud high
school on Sunday, May Ufi, at the Con
Mrs. Omcr Doling and baby of Me
Cook visited at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. 11. Smith this week. They left
Thursday morning for Norfolk, Neb.,
where they will make their home.
in., i... i.,..i i.. . .. .,.,..!.. ...i. .. Tt. would remiire the services of an ex
lb s tun uuu iu nun n:uiiu niiu (;u 4
from day to day suffering from phyK-ipcrt accountant to prepare such a
1....1 i ,., ..i.. ... iiii:t....v, d.w.i,.. ' stati'inont. and as that is not in our
ie light plant in i rionu. ihimvuhih iai uuumivi n "i.j . , , ,
m. r....l LVrmison and baby of Mountain Tea would make them well, line we have waited for the statement
Mrs. (arl rorgusoti aim o.ioj oi ... ' lt,i,5,.li it, was said John Mart, would
ManZaiv Pile Remedy put up in con
venient collapsible tubes with no..le
: ii lOi men t so that the remedv mav be
. 1 applied at the very scat of the trou-
"11 I 1-1.. .1.1... -r.lt...ll..,. Itlt.inLl i .lt4 .. .. 1 1.
uie, vims rmiuwui; ihhiubu ih,imhuij
bleeding, itching or protruding piles.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re
funded. Sold by Henry Cook's drug
Street Commissioner Tomlinson has
received a sample section of the
iiirlit..iiuh wood nine which it is
proposed to use in earring the water
from the springs north of town to the
waterworks. The pipe is apparently '
strongly made and "water-tight."!
It is on exhibition at the city clerks
Street Commissioner John Tomlin
son haB been doing some grading on
Webster street this week. Mr. Tom
linson says that if he were allowed to
use all the money that rightfully be-1
longs to the streets he would agree to '
pave the business section in the next
two years. Why not give him the opportunity?
Rev. A. A. Cressman, ptistor of the
Congregational church, will preach in
Pranklin next Sunday. His pulpit in
this city will be occupied Sunday by
Prof. A. I). Thompson of Pranklin1
Academy. Mr. Thompson is a brilliant
young man and will be able to inter-'
est the people of Red Cloud. Give
him a hearing.
Yesterday the Peoples' Rank began
moving the'furnlture and fixtures to
the front of the room now occupied
by Miner Ilros, grocery. The grocery
department will be removed to the
rear of the dry goods department.
This arrangement has been made neces
sary by the constantly increasing
business of the banking department
and will add greatly to the convenience
of its patrons.
We are frequently asked why wo
do not publish a statement showing
the cost of the electric light plant.
We've a Hat that was made for YOU as irulyas it you
were measured for it a Hal exactly suited to your build and
the contour of your face.
D From the staid, sedate shaped to the snappy extremes, there's
there's not a Hat but bears the stamp of style and newness.
$1, $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, to $5
We have exclusive Hats. You can't buy them in any other
store in town.
J Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits in all the new models
See our Shoe and Shirt Line before buying
TheiCowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
3 1 5 Webster St. Red Cloud, Nebraska
The railroad fare will bo '-'e per mile.
It will not cost anyone in Webster
county over 82 car fare to come and
go. Prepare now to go.
At a special meeting of the school
board Tuesday evening that body de
clined the offer of C. J. Piatt for a ,
school house site. We understand
that Mr. Piatt offered the block south
of Irving Cuinmings place to the
board for SIMM). The offer was de
clined on the ground that under the
proposition upon which the bonds
were voted the board had no right to
build on ground which was at that
time outside the city limits.
will gather up their old rubbish, such
as ash piles, tin cans, etc., and place
it at convenient points in or near the
alleys, it will bo hauled away free of
charge by the city. Manure will not
be hauled away froe, but unless the
owners of property cause it to be re
moved the street commissioner is
authorized to haul it away, for 'which
a charge for 50 cents per load will bo
made. This is a good move, so you
should get ready for it next Monday.
"Clean UDM Day Nay 14.
Next Tuesday, May 14, has been set
aside as "clean up" day by the city
council. On that day Street Commis
sionar Tomlinson will have a number
of teams at his disposal to haul away
the rubbish. All property owners
and tendants are notified that if they
It Keeps the Feet Warm and Dry.
Ask today for Allen's Poot-Kase, a
powder. It cures chilblains, swollen,
sweating, sore, aching, damp feet. At
all druggists and shoe stores, 2.re.
Dade's Little Liver Pills thoroughly
clean the system, good for lazy livers,
makes clear complexions, bright eye
and happy thoughts. Sold by Henry
Cook's drug store.
Orleans visited this week at the homo
of Mr. and Mrs L. II. Fort.
A rumor was current today that
one of our prominent citizens narrowly
escaped being shot last nigt.
Cards have been received announc
ing the birth of a son to Prof, and
Mrs. II. L. Sams, on March 7.
Mrs. C. 1). Sugden and son of Fair
bury, 111., are visiting her parents,
II r. and Mrs. D. U..Whltaker.
1'he LM-eatest tonic known. .'15 cents, which it was said John Mart, would
tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting. I prepare for publication. We have
, . waited until we nave given up nope
of ever seeing it.
L CSkT1 Cc I f 'I'l'' State Sunday convention meets
HL3 I Vrl m r in Hustings on June 18, 10 and (.
For Infants and Children. ' Hnon, the New York llaraca starter,
The Kind You Have Always Bought l -'; . y1 mrm ;
' America, will be there and great will
Boars tho Jr yTft j-" l0 yur ,oss ' yu l(,n't ,1L'Iir them.
Bignaturo of CftaSeACe&U2 .The Hastings people will furnish
', lodging and breakfast to all delegates.
With least labor and trouble it
makes hot-breads, biscuit and cake
of finest flavor, light, sweet, appe
tizing, digestible and wholesome.
Greatest Aid to Cookery
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