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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1907)
Thk Chiki' is 81 a yoiir.
Mrs. Fountain is visiting in Superior.
Mrs. Rogart is visting in Moulder,
Dr. K. A.' Thomas, Dentist, Damorell
For Sale -'I'hiee good brood mares.
V,'. V. Heal 21
Mrs. Oscar Hughes went to Hastings
K T. MtlMintoek left Wednesday
for Momer. Mieli.
fie ii 1'. Hanks was down from Cathcr
ton precinct Monday.
C. II. Miner took six ears of cattle
le Kansas City Monday.
Ask .John (!rans how he likes the
iirw eooks ftoin St. Joe.
.1. I) (Vans w:is in St. .loe the first
the week on a business trip.
. 1.. Cotting has a neat flashlight
irn in front of his drug store.
Coscoo Weesner and Vail Vox made
a trip to Lebanon last Sunday.
.Jay I'ope is acting as county judge
in the aliMMiee of Judge Hdson.
Mr. and Mrs. John McCune were
lown from Mludcu Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Coulsou of Walnut
(Jre.ek were in Ueil Cloud yesterday.
Ncwhouve llros. have just received a
row line of mantel and alarm clocks.
Alfalfa seed for sale by W. II. Rosen-
cran.s, at IMatt's lumber yard. IStf
Joe Itlair was shaking hands with
.ttt'd Cloud friends the tirst of the week.
Mrs. J. M. Carnahan of Riverton
tvhs shopping in Red Cloud Wednes
day. A band of strolling "dago" musicians
Wircoursed music on the streets Thurs
day. Mrs, II. J. Wehrley of Littleton, Col.,
is visiting with her sister, Mrs. S. W.
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Potter returned
Tuesday evening from a visit in Lin
coln. Mrs. Elizabeth Uunchcy and Mrs.
.st arlcey have returned to Sheridan,
Frank Ziejieek of McCook is the new
-engineer on the switch engine at this
A.H. Carpenter went outto Imperial
'Tne.sday evening with a party of land
J. W. Auld went to Hastidgs Tues
day night to attend a meeting of
Read the new serial story, "A
Maker of History," which is begun in
this issue. ,
See the clown and the trick mule
with the V. W. Hall parade at Hed
Cloud May 25.
Don't fail to see the sixteen Shetland
ponies with the V. W. Hall Shows at
lied Cloud, May 2ft.
Mrs. J. K. llrown and mother left
yesterday morning for the hitter's
home in York, Neb.
Sherwood Albright of Norton, Kan.,
nas in town the tirst of the week on
Jiis way home from Lincoln.
Henry Thewes has filed an applica
tion with the county clerk for a permit
to run a saloon at Roseinont.
Mrs. J. S. (iilham and Miss Cora
Tul leys went to Naponee Saturday
Vi visit Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oillard.
I). II. Whitaker and I). L. llroat are
in Fremont this week attending the
state encampment of the li. A. U.
Mr. and Mrs. Dell Abel of Hebron
pent Sunday in Red ('loud with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1). M. Abel.
Wanted I'M rst cook and dining room
l.oy or girl at the lion M'on bakery
;md restaurant. W. S. Reuse, Prop.
Mis, Frank Henderson and two
children, of Fort Collins, Col., are
visiting with her brother. Homer Mor
So far as tin' weather is any indica
tion, tin winter Chautauqua cour.se
might as well have been begun this
Andrew Knutson, who was severely
injured by being kicked by a colt a
few weeks ago, was over from Kansas
Mrs. Anna Tiilliws returned M'liurs-
V. W. Hall's United Wagon Shows,
which showed here two years ago,
are billed to appear again next Satur
day, May 25.
Whenever you get hungry drop into
Will Latta's short order house, just
north of Spokelleld's. Everything new
and up to date.
Wo donM. want our farmer friends to
think Unit we had forgotten about the
hitchracks, for we are still very much
interested in them.
Mrs. J. T. Robinson, who has been
visiting at the homes of A. It. Sellars
ami .loe r-ogol, has returned to nor
home in Moulder, Colo.
Will Wolfe, Henry (iilham. SherilV
Hedge anil Frank llulVer went to
Omaha Monday morning to attend the
A. (). D. W. Urand lodge.
I'M it or ICarl Spenei of Hidden was
in Red Cloud Monday morning on his
way home from Franklin, where hi' ac
companied a party of friends.
F. Xeivhouse went to Hastings Sat
urday noon, and from their went on to
Fremont to attend the annual encamp
ment of the Nebraska (!. A. R.
William L. Lambert anil Miss llelle
Martin, both of Riverton, were married
Wednesday by Rev. A. A. Cressiuan,
pastor of the Congregational church.
All the arrangements are about
completed for the removal of the stock
of the Mitchell Jewelry Co. into the
room with C. L. Cutting's drug store.
Of all the fruits there are in the land.
MMmt grow on bush or tree,
1 would give up the choicest ones
For llollister's Rocky Mountain M'ea.
C. L. Cotting.
Not the biggest, but the best lift cent
circus in the country will exhibit at
Red Cloud Saturday, May 25, afternoon
and evening. Admission, 25 and 3ft
For Sale Ten thoroughbred Here
ford bulls, 2 years old, good color t
well marked. Will sell reasonable.
1 mile cast of Riverton. Mrs. J. M. Car
nahan. He in town early circus day to see
the parade and witness the perform
ance. Guaranteed to give satisfaction.
The F. W. Hall Shows, at Red Cloud
The contract for drawing the plans
and supervising the construction of the
new First Ward school building has
been let to J. II Craddock, a Lincoln
Vine Salve Carbolizcd acts like a
poultice; highly antiseptic, extensively
used for Eczema, chapped hands and
lips, cuts, burns. Sold by Henry Cook's
Superintendent llyrum of Lincoln
arriued in Red Cloud last evening in
his private car and left again this
morning. We did not learn the object
of his visit.
Ilnrrp Michaels left yesterday morn
ing for a visit at his old home in Elk
hart, Ind., and nearby points. This is
his first trip to the old homo in twenty
The W. K. C. and G. A. R. cordially
invite the public to attend the memor
ial exercises at the opera house Sunday,
May 20. Also the Decoration day ex
ercises May .'10.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Zeiss returned
Monday morning from Colorado, where
they went for the benefit of Mrs. Zeiss'
health. The altitude was too high for
her, however, and they returned home.
Mrs. Sanson has sold her residence
property in the east part of town and
will remove to llcatrice, where she
will make her home with her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
A car of sacked oil meal in the Ilurl
iugtou freight yards caught fire Wed
nesday afternoon. Charles Ether ton
discovered it in time Ui extinguish it
before any considerable damage was
Mrs. O. W. Heard, wire of the now
switchman in yards here, is expected
to arrive from McCook today or tomor
row. They will occupy the Tony
Clark residence, in the south end of
Dr. E. A. Thomas will leave Mon
day to attend the meeting of the State
Dental Society in Lincoln. Mrs.
MMioinas will visit friends in the east
ern part of the state during his ab
Win. l'arkes, Si., returned homo
Monday evening from an extended
visit in Des Moines and Council HluJVs,
linking its home in the court house
park. If the dogs can be kept iiwaj
from the little pets there will soon be
quite a colony of them. I
Artists have no trouble in securing
models. The famous beauties have
discarded corsets and have become
models in face and form since taking
llollister's Rocky Mountain M'ea. .'15
cents, tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting.
C. T. Mowers, superintendent of the
Sunday school at the state peniten
tiary at Lincoln, stopped oft' in Red
(Moud Sunday. He made a splendid i
talk to the Sunday school of the.
Congregational church in the morning.
The deal whereby V. It. Fulton ami
his brother Willis, of Riverton. were
to take charge of the MeFarlaiul
grocery Wednesday has fallen through. I
It is understood the Fulton brothers
will start another grocery store in Red ,
Miss Folsburv, who was last week
elected principal of the Red Cloud high '
school, has declined the position, she
having been elected to another school '
principalship the day before the Red
Cloud board took action on her iippli-J
Mrs. Sarah Waggoner of Fort Madi
son. la., and Mrs. Leon Lemaire of
Miirlington. la., are visiting at the
homeof their brother, E. I Overman.
M'hev were called here by the serious
illness of their mother, Mrs. Martha
A. C. Slaby has sold his hotel busi
ness at Riverton and will ret urn to Red
(Moud to live as soon as he can get a
house. M'he hotel business was a pav
ing investment, hut ho was unable to
secure sufficient help and was compel
led to give it up.
Sparks from an engine set fire to the
roof of the Miirlington roundhouse
M'uesday afternoon and burned quite a
hole in it before it was extinguished.
M'he fire department was called out
and assisted the railroad boys in put
ting out the Humes.
It's too bad to see people who go
from day to day suffering from phys-,
ical weakness when llollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea would make them well.
M'he greatest tonic known. lift cents,
tea or tablets. C. L. Cotting.
MMie Junior Whist Club entertained
the Seniors at Potter's hall Wednesday
evening. Cards were played until 10
o'clock, when a luncheon was served,
following which the guests and enter
tainers indulged in dancing until a
late hour. All report a good time.
It is held by the Supreme Court that
it is not prejudicial for either jurors
or witnesses to taste liquors introduced
in evidence to ascertain if they are in
toxicating. Now look out for a grand
rush to get on the jury when r there
are cases of illegal liquor selling to be
It is really amusing to see the
number of people in Red Cloud who
have a superstitious fear of the hypno
tist who was giving exhibitions at the
opera house. Small boys hide out as
if they feared Old Nick himself was
after them, and some grown people
are equally as badly scared.
A certain lady in Red Cloud who has
always been noted for her extreme
piety has evidently had her faith shak
en of late. Monday evening, while
hugging the base burner, she turned to
her husband and seriously tusked this
question: "Henry, do you really be
lieve the devil makes the weather?"
Miss Kal mirth of New York city,
who has been visiting her cousin, Dr.
J. W. Moranville, for the past few
days, left M'uesday for a visit with her
parents at Dodge City, Kan., where
she has been called to look after her
extensive land interests. She expects
to return to Red Cloud in the near
It is rumored that there is soon to
be an important change in the manner
of running trains on the west end of
this division. It is said that No. 15
will run through to Denver, and that
No. 10, instead of being made up at
Oxford, will run through from Denver.
Some changes in the time card are
3 I 5 Webster Don't forget the Numb
We've a Hal that was made for YOU as truly "as it you
were measured for it a Hal exactly suited to your build and
the contour of your face.
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
J We have exclusive Hats. You can't buy them in any olher
store in town.
I Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits in all the new models
See our Shoe and Shirt Line before buying
ThelCowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
3 1 5 Webster St. Red Cloud, Nebraska
Mrs. Mary Arncson returned from
Walnut creek this morning. She has
been company for her son's wife, Mrs.
V. L. Ameson, while her husband went
to Kansas City with two carloads of
fat cattle. She also visited her daugh
ter, Mrs. John Sutton, and Mrs. Frank
Will vou attend the State Sunday
Convention at Hastings, June 18, 10,
20? Every Sunday school is entitled
to one delegate for every 100 scholars
or fraction thereof. Every pastor and
superintendent are ex-olllco members.
Webster county voted as its county
convention to send 100 delegates. He
sure your school is represented.
District Clerk Oeorge Hutchison has
received word that the state has been
rcdistrictcd and and that hereafter
Webster county's insane patients will
I be sent to the asylum at Hasting.
M'he last legislature did away with
i the practice of confining only the in
curables in that institution, and it is
now open to patients of all degree.
Why is it that people will insist on
bringing crying babies to church, to
disturb the entire
Sonic mothers, when
drunk man walks up to you and
"swats" you on the jaw sufficiently
hard to fracture it, all you need to do
is to learn where your assailant got
his "booze" then sue the saloon keeper
or his bondsmen,
A letter from Fred Spence, who is
now connected with the Hitchcock
County Abstract Company, atU'renton,
Neb., says their office building was
destroyed by fire on Wednesday even
ing of last week. Fortunately the
books and papess were savcdaml the
company now has Its offices comfort
ably located in the court house. A
remarkable circumstance in connection
with the fire was that Fred was 'sleep
ing within a half a block of the burn
ing building, yet ho knew nothing of
the fire until the next morning.
As (isolation of the street sprinkling
problem, City Clerk Fort suggests
that it would bo a good a good idea
for the city to buy the sprinkling
outfit and a team, and hire a man by
the month to do the work. M'hcn
when the team was uotjboing used on
the sprinkler it could be used on street
work. M'o cover the cost, let"un oc-
congregation'.' i cupation tax be levied upon the mm-
they see that chants. M'his would compel all mer-
will make no ell'ort and sit serenely
through the service, regardless of the
I .Ml. ...1., f...l i( Hut Im 1 ii tw.i. of flu Mini.
S. M. Newmeyer has sold the plant rregation.
or tins liiiiile Rock News Letter to
their babies aie disturbing the meet- chants to pay alike, and not let the
ing, will take their children outdoors I burden fall upon a few, as has" always
until thev become (inlet, but others been the case heretofore.
day morning from an extended visit la., and Lincoln, Neb. lie was ac
with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Oillard, in eoinpanied home by his cousin, 'Miss
Mrs. Liz.le Fox returned to her
lioine in M'able Rock this morning after
a visit with her mother, Mrs. Will
W. C. Cox went up to Friend, Nehr.,
1he first of the week, where he has the
contract for wiring for the new electric
Harry Vaughn of the Signal, and will
remove to another location in the
northern part of the state. Wo believe
this to be a wise move on the part of
Mr. Newmeyer, as the newspaper busi
ness was as badly overdone in Ouide
Rock us it is in Red Cloud.
If you like i good story one that is
of the "hair-raising" kind, and which
will hold your attention from start to
finish read "A Maker of History,"
which is begun in this issue. It is
There has been an increase in the
' family of squirrels which has been '
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Judge and Mrs. I. W. Edson left
Monday morning for a trip east which
will undoubtedly prove an enjoyable
one. During their absence they will
visit the Jamestown exposition. M'hev
will also attend the national Haptist
convention at Washington, I). C, as
well as the general Maptistconvcntion,
to both of which meetings they are j
delegates representing the state of
M'he Supreme Court of the State of
Nebraska has recently handed down a
decision in which it is held that a
saloon keeper is liable for damages in
flicted by a person who becomes intox
icated iu his saloon. Therefore, if a
Frank Ziejieek, engineer of tho
switch engine, had a narrow escape
Wednesday afternoon. He ran the
engine up to tho water tank to take
water, and was standing ou'the tender
of the enginu in order to lower the
feed pipe from the tank. iVhon ho
lowered tho pipe he failed to "get in
the clear" quick enough and' tho
powerful stream of water struck him
to tho ground. Ho was so badly
stunned he could not get up, and the
water was pouring dowu4upou him at
a rate that bid fair to drown him,
when Raymond I'almer saw his pre
dicament and went to his assistance.
Dade's Little Liver Pills thoroughly
clean'tho system, good for la.y livers,
makes clear complexions, bright eyes
and happy thoughts. Sold by Ilenry
Cook's drug store.
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