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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1907)
Walt Roby Is in Omaha.
I)r. R. A. Thomas, Dentist, Damerell
Mrs. C. II.
Oarber is home from
Kaley went to Lincoln
Paul Pope and wifi1
were down to
Found A pair of .spectacles, Inquire
t R Newhotise's.
Hruce Frame was down from I.luo
Hill over Sunday.
Prof. Alvln Snapp went to Oxford
Artistic ('bickering Itro.s.' Pianos at
Well improved 3j acres of land for
.sale cheap. A. It. Sellars.
ltlaok or white long-wristed glove1-,
$1.50 per pair. F. Ncwhousc.
II. K. ShetVer went down to Superior
Tuesday morning' on business.
Price & Teeple Pianos, standard
goods, at Argabright's Studio.
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Myers came- over
from Lebanon Tuesday evening.
.loo Warren returned Tuesday even
ing from a trip to Lincoln and Omaha.
I'M Amack is in Omaha this week
attending a meeting of the Nebraska
Mrs. George Xewhouse left Monday
for Oenoa for a visit with her sister,
For Rent 0 room house, in north
oast part of town. Apply at house.
Miss Katie Gilliam went to Hebron
Wednesday for a visit at the home of
Rider C. R. Davis.
W. II. Thomas of Cowles returned
Tuesday morning from a trip to Chey
enne county, Kansas.
Station Agent .1. F. Rdwards went
to Lincoln Wednesday to attend the
meeting of the Shriners.
Mrs. James McGuire left Wednesday
morning for a visit with her sister
and daughter in Illinois'?
The switch engine ran over and in-. t
htantly killed Operator Messmore's , a
big dog last Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Milligan and
daughter Gertrude left Wednesday for
;i visit in Lincoln and Omaha.
M. M. Messmore, day operitor at
the depot for the past year and a half,
ban been transferred to Wymore.
Don't forget the band concert and
ice. cream soeial at the home of Mr.
jwul Mrs. C. II. Miner this evening.
The Rebekahs will hold an import
ant meeting next Thursday night and
and all members are urged to be pres
ent. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Good of Cowles
are rejoicing over a new girl baby
which arrived at their home last Sat
sirday. Charley Phares went to Harvard
.yesterday as a delegate to the district
convention of the Christian Endeavor
Mrs. Christie Patmor returned the
first of the week from California, in
which state she has been visiting since
last October. ,
lames Peterson went down to Lin
coln the first of the week with a view
to purchasing some more automobiles
for Red Cloud parties.
Mrs. C. II. Potter went to Lincoln
the first of the week to be present at
the graduation of her daughter Rertha
from the State University.
The state board of equalization has
raised the railroad assessment in
Webster county from 8594,755 to 8012
SV7G, an increase of 818,221.
Rev. F. M. Rranle of Edgar will
preach at the Christian church, next
Sunday, both morning and evening.
'Everybody cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hughes, accomp
anied by the former's parents, who
bave been visiting here, left on Wed
nesday for a visit in Missouri.
Walt Cox came down from Friend
Sunday for a short visit at home. He
has the contract for wiring for the
now electric light plant at that place.
George Phelps left last Sunday for
Mooneroft, Wyo., where he will join
bin brother Roy, who is now the man
ager of a department store at that
J. W. Warren has received a letter
from his son Carl, which states that
lie is now located In Lincoln, Califor
nia, where he has a job at good
No greater mistake can be made
tbun to consider lightly the evidouco
of disease in your s. stem. Don't take
desperate chances on ordinary medi
cines, ri,e Uollistor's Rocky Moun
tain Tea. XI cents. Tea or Tablets.
C. L. Cottlng.
Tom Clow, the Franklin liveryman,
formerly of Rtverton, was kicked by a
horse last Friday and received injur
ies that will lay him up for some time
Have you seen those elegant "Cor
inthian" designs in the celebrated
Rush Lane Pianos? They are at
Argabright's Studio, Potter block,
The mail carriers on the rural routes
have received notice of an increase in
pay from S720 to S'.tlM per annum. The
increase in salary will date from the
1st of duly.
Mrs. Emily Cressinan returned
Tuesday morning to her home in
Oglesby, 111., after a week's visit with
her husband's parents, Rev. nnd Mrs.
A. A. Cressman.
Through an oversight last week we
neglected to mention the arrival of a
daughter at the home of Editor Tait
of the Argus, which made its appear
ance last Wednesday.
Rev. A. A., Cressman started out
Sunday asternoon to fill Ids Indian
Creek appointment, but was compelled
to turn around and come home owing
to the approaching storm.
The ladies of the Rebekah degree
feel very grateful and wish to return
thanks to the merchants who deco
rated so handsomely for the district
convention held last week.
A. L. Funk of Lincoln, formerly
principal of the Red Cloud schools, was
in town yesterday. He is ueprosont
ing the A. L. Funk Knee Pant Co., of
which he is the head push.
1). W. Turnure, F. W. Cowden,
Flavins Grice and George II. Hollister
accompanied the body of Mrs. S. P.
Spokeslleld to its last resting place at
Hebron, Neb., Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Kenady are visit
ing at the home of the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. I'. henauy. Cal is
now conductor on the International
railway of Mexico, and resides in that
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Relher and daugh
ter Etta are making preparations for
trip to Germany. They expect to
leave about the last of this month,
and will be absent for a couple of
The county commissioners were in
session as a board of equalization this
week, but they had little to do. They
will meet next Monday In regular ses
sion, but will probably immediately
The Ladles' Guild of the Episcopal
church will give a lawn social at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. George .1. War
ran next Tuesday evening. Ice cream
and cake will be served and everybody
Man Kan Pile Remedy comes put up
in a collapsible tube with a nozzl e.
Easy to apply right where soreness
Special Low Price on
Good Canned Corn,
80c doz. Cans
Strawberries Every Day.
All the Phones
and iiillammation ovists. It relieves
at once blind bleeding, itching or
protruding piles. Guaranteed. Price
."tie. Got it today. Sold by Henry
Cook's Drug Store.
Miss Winnie Sherman left Wed
nesday evening for Loyalton, Cal.,
where she will spend the summer.
Miss Nellie Sherman accompanied her
as far as McCook, where she will visit
for a while.
You can't toll a woman's age after
she takes Holllsters Mountain Tea.
Her complexion Is line. She is round,
plump, and handsome; In fact she is
young again, ."'."i cents, Tea or Tablets.
C. L. Cottlng.
The bites and stings of insects, tan,
sunburn, cuts, burns and bruises are
relieved at once with Plnesalve Carbo
ll.od. Acts like a poultice, and draws
out iuthiuiination. Try it. Price We.
Sold by Henry Cook's Drug Store.
The medicine that sets the whole
The remedy on which all doctors
The prescription all your friends are
Uollistor's Rocky Mountain Tea. C.
The Children's day exeeiscs of the
Congregational church will be held
next Sunday. In the morning there
will be an appropriate sermon and in
the eveninir the Sunday school will
give a special program. Everybody
Mr.s. Manspcaker was taken before
the insanity board Monday and ad
judged insane. She was taken to the
asylum at Hastings the same day.
Her husband, Dr. Manspcaker of
luniata. was here the first of the
week to look after her property in
terests. Miss Mary Temple of Kansas City,
daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. S. A. Temple
and a graduate of the Red Cloud high
school, class of 'lit, graduated last Sat
urday from the Froebel Training
School in Kansas City and will take
up kindergarten teaching as her life
Summer coughs and colds yield at
once to Rees Laxative Cough Syrup.
Contains honey and tar but no opiates.
Children like It. Pleasant to take.
Its laxative qualities recommend It to
mothers. Hoarseness, coughs, croup
yield quickly. Sold by Henry Cook's
County Attorney Rlackledge has re
ceived an opinion from the attorney
general's otliee to the effect that the
proposition to levy a special tax to
build a new court house can be voted
upon at the regular November elec
tion, and Captain Houchiu is now cir
culating a petition for the levy.
Three members of the board of
county commissioners took a long
drive through the country Wednesday
and they found the crop outlook very
favorable. Except where the soil is
clayey, wheat is making a splendid
growth, in some instances being fully
thirty Inches high. Corn is also grow
Union Class, Friday evening at 8:30
In the business college. Dr. E. A.
Thomas will give a practical talk on
destructive and constructive forces.
Please come with a good will to patron
ize your home-folks. The members of
the class are especially urged to come
and bring a friend along. We have
something goo'd for you.
Prof. G. W. Dudley was up to Omaha
the first of the week. lie will proba
bly remove to that city In the near
future, although he lias not yet decided
what line of business he will engage
in. We are sorry to see him leave, as
he has done more to advance the
schools In this city than any superin
tendent of the last few years.
E. U. Overman, George Overlng, P.
W. Cowden, George Johnston, Paul
Storey, W. II. Tabor and some others
went to Rladen yesterday to attend
the Odd Fellows picnic. It was at first
feared that George Overing would not
be ab,le to go on account of the
teachers' Institute being In session,
but he finally tore himself away.
We understand that a project is on
foot to furnish electric light for all of
the towns between Alma and Red
Cloud by the plants at those two places.
This would give the town lights with-
out the expense of putting in plants
nnd keeping up the expenses. It looks
very feasible on the face of the propo
sition. Rloomington Advocate.
Four train loads of stock went
through Red Cloud last Sunday, con
taining 142 cars. TIig shipments from
this point were: Ed Reihcr, 4 cars
cattle to Kansas City; Lyman Esslg,
2 cars cattle to Kansas City; II. C.
Cutter, 1 car hogs; Haskins & John
ston, 1 car hogs; Coon & Wcentior, 1
car hogs, and E. Johnston, I car hogs,
all to St Joseph.
Dr. N. II. Morrison, who has been
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JI We supply our trade with
furnishings of a high grade. We
make it our business to secure
the latest and best products from
the best makers. J We show
exclusive and choice ideas. The
man who buys a Tie or Shirt
here will have an exclusive pat
tern. We invite your in
spection of our recent arrivals of
Spring and Summer Furnish
Come see the
The exclusive things
The handsome things.
tj It will do you good and we
will be pleased to show you.
The Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
3 1 5 Webster St.
practicing dentistry in this city with
his father-in-law, Dr. J. S. Emigh,
for several years, will leave about the
first of July for raterson, . .)., wnere
he will continue to practice his pro
fession. Dr. Morrison has attained
high honors in the practice of his
profession in this state and will no
doubt be successful In his new loca
tion. The changes in the time of trains
which went into effect last Sunday
are not so radical as It was at first
thought they would be. No. 11, which
takes the place of No. 13, Is now due
to arrive at 7:10 a. m.; No. 14 at 1:50
a. in.; No. 15 at 8:30 p. in., and No. 10
at 9:30 a. in. Owing to the late ar
rival of No. 15, the evening mail will
not be distributed until the following
Saturday evening when train No. 15
pulled Into Red Cloud one coach was
"set out" owing to there being four
"dagoes" in the car whom it was
thought had small-pox. Three of the
foreigners were linally allowed to pro
ceed on their way to Salt Lake City
and the fourth was taken to the pest
house near the rl'er. The prompt
measures taken by the otllclals will
undoubtedly prevent the spread of the
COUNTY COURT NEWS.
June 14 Estate of Elizabeth Hard
ng, deceased. Petition for appoint-
inent of administrator; set for hearing
June 12 Estate of Catherine Man
speaker, incompetent. Petition for
appointment of guardian; set for hear
ing .luue 20.
June 14 Estate of James McCart
ney, deceased. Hearing on claims.
June 7 State vs. Humphrey Ethor
ton. Examination waived. Held to
June 10 Dalton vs. Van Horn et al.
Temporary order of Injunction.
Red Cloud, Nebraska
oCorge Arthur Roby to Mary Savilla
i r0SSi Married June 12 by Rev. J. W.
CelebratlM at Rsemiit.
Rosemont will celebrate the Glorious
Fourth. All the amusing and interest
ing features of an old-fashioned Fourth
of July celebration will be furnished
for the benefit of the public, Including
good speaking, music, sports and
plenty to eat.
ARIOSA comes in
one pound packages
' only, sealed for your
protection to insure your
getting the genuine old-
, fashioned Arbuckles
ARIOSA Coffee everytime.
Be real angry if they send you
a substitute, which is not as good
and may in time ruin your
digestion and nerves.
Compile with all requirement! of (he National Purs
Food Law, Ciuraotoe No. 204 1 , 611 1 Wwbiagtoa.
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