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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1907)
I 13. J. Cox eatnc up from (hiiile Uock
Mrs. .1. C. Siiylor Is visiting in Kear
tioorge Scott eame down from Friend
Von Sam: Morse, buggy and liar
ness. Inquire Joe Fogel.
The Christian ohurch took in about
S'JO ut their soelal Tuesday evening.
Tins Haskell Indians defeated the
Jilooniington team yesterday 10 to (!.
Miss I vah (Yabill gave a lawn party
for a few of her friends Thursday after
noon. See the new style l'aekard piano,
strictly high grade, at Argabright's
Mrs. Bom ford returned Monday eve
jiing from a visit at Wilbur and West
Dr. 10. A. Thomas now has his den
tal parlors in the rooms over Cutting's
lied Cloud's baseball team went to
Cowles Monday and met defeat by u
score of 5 to -.
Homer Clemmons of the Nation force
returned Monday evening from his
visit in the east.
C. K. Crone of York, Neb., visited the
first of the weelc with his daughter.
Mrs. Frank Peterson.
Lyman Kssig went down to St .loe
the iirst of the week with a car of cat
tle and a car of hogs.
For a short time we will receive
subscriptions to The Delineator at 7fc
per annum. F. Newhouse.
Foi: Sai.k Household goods, top
buggy, single harness, typewriter, etc.
Inquire of Mrs. .1. II. Mercer.
K. I). Wert has returned to his home
in St Louis after a week's visit with
his daughter, Miss Jessie Wert.
Mr. and Mrs. (Irant Christy of Ober
Jin, Ifaus., visited with relatives and
friends here the latter part of the weelc.
Mrs. Tony Clark,son Hert and daugh
ter (Sraee were down from Orleans the
iirst of the week, visiting relatives.
Miss Rose of Hastings visited Wedn
esday at the home of her uncle, Allen
Carpenter, while on her way to Frank
lin. Mr and Mrs. O. C. Tool and daughter
Fay left on Thursday for an extended
visit in Denver and other Colorado
C. C. McConkey is suffering with a
bad case of erysipelas in his right
hand, resulting from a bruise and
Mrs. S. II. MoHride has- returned
home from a visit in Kansas City. She
Avas accompanied by her daughter, Mrs.
L. II. ltlaekledgo returned from Lin
coln Monday night, where he had been
CASTOR I A
For Infants aiid Children.
The Kind You Havo Always Bought
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All kinds of
Your Patronage is
All tho Phonos
representing the county in the Darker
I. 12. ltutler af Cowles has purchased
.lohn Havel's interest in the Fourth
Avenue meat market. He is an exper
Last week we promised our readers
an obituary of .laeob Moranville, but
failed to receive it this week in time
W. li. Saunders left this morning for
Tabernash, Colo. He was accompanied
by his brother from Wytuore. whom he
met at the train.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. McKelghan and
children went to Fairbury yesterday
morning for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Everybody should turn out to the
band boys' lawn social at the home of
L. . Albright this evening. Ice cream
and cake will be served.
Mrs. Durrett has returned from Col
orado, accompanied by her son, (too
rge Frase, who is just recovering from
a severe attack of pneumonia.
The next big game of baseball will
be with the Topeka (Hants, an aggre
gation of colored players that have few
superiors among the amateurs.
The two-month '.s-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Oordon died Sunday and
was buried Monday. Hew George
Hummel conducted the services.
W. Richard, our county commission
er from (luide Uock, purchased one of
those line Chiekeriiig Hros. pianos
from (J. V. Argabright this week.
The two-year-old daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. S. I. DeWitt died at Akron,
Colo., Monday. Mr. DeWitt was for
merly night operator at this point.
The story of your vacation told in
pictures by the Kodak. No dark room.
No guess work. Let us explain the
pleasures of Kodak. Newhouse Hros.
ISracelots are still the popular arti
cles. We have a most extensive line
for ladies, misses and children. All
styles. Prices the lowest. Newhouse
Churchill I'arker of Omaha, is visit
ing with his old friend, Jolih Crans, at
the lturlingtou hotel. Mr. I'arker was
accompanied by Willie Nelson, the sou
of another friend.
thiite a number of visitors from
Guide Uock, Inavale, Cowles and the
surrounding country were in town
Wednesday to see the Indians get
All olllcers and members of the W.
II. C. are urged to be present at our
next meeting on Saturday, July 20, as
buisinessof importance is on hand, llv
order of the President.
Miss Jennie Kubick returned to Me
Cook Suuduy morning after a pleasant
visit with relatives. She was accompa
nied home by her niece and nephew,
La Vaughn and Wallace Moranville.
Mrs. J. E. Nan, wife of the former
editor of the Chief, died at her home in
Hastimgs last weelc. They had been
married only about a rear. Mr. Nan
is now the publisher of the Hastings
The lied Cloud Automobile Co., II oy
Hale, manager. Auto livery service,
repairing gas engines, autos nnd bi
cycles. Terms reasonable. Phones:
Shop, 117; otliee, 04; residence, 35;
E. Sloat Fassett, editor of the Ar
lington Review-Herald, has been ap
pointed postmaster at that place. Mr.
Fassett visited here last, summer with
Rev. (Seorge H. Rice, and made many
friends while here.
The county domiuissioners were in
session Tuesday as a board of equaliza
tion, and the balance of the week was
put in attending to routine business.
They will meet again as an equaliza
tion board on July 'Jl.
Paul S. Dietrich and Roy Dale took
an automobile trip over to Womer,
Smith Center, Lebanon Mankato and
other points in that neighborhood
the Iirst of the week advertising the
Red Cloud Chautauqua.
County Assessor Richard Turner is in
Lincoln this week looking after the
county's interest before the state board
of equalization. Our only regret is
that the law does not permit us to
elect him another term.
During the ball game Wednesday af
ternoon a section of the ''bleachers"
gave way with a crash, precipitating
forty or fifty people to tho ground.
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ioriuiiiiiMiy iiuuuu wuiuijurt:u,inungii jrotiiej. C II
several were pretty badly scared. '
In Odds and. Ends of our Spring and Summer Men's,
Boys' and Children's Suits. 20 per CGttt
discount on all this class of merchandise.
P'v lm W IS V IiJss5l!Jf' v
" Ederheimer, Stein & Co. J fb
MAKERS -"' ifij1
Great Special Hat Sale!
For thirty days we will give the people of Red Cloud and vicinity
the greatest hat buying opportunity ever attempted here. Your
choice in our stock of Men's and Boys' high grade HATS at
actual cost to manufacture. This sale will include
Stetsons, Tigers and Champions
(the highest grade hats made.) All Dress Straw Hats at one-half
the regular price, PANAMAS INCLUDED. This sale com
mences at once, and is for cash. Come early for choice selections
Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
FirsT: door north of Posit Office, - - Red Cloud, Nebraska
The biteS and stings of insects, tan,
sunburn, cuts, burns mill bruises are
relieved at onee with l'lnesalve Carbo
lied. Aets like a poultice, and draws
out inllauunation. Try it. ,1'riee J.ric.
Hold by Henry Cook's Drug Store.
Mrs. Louisa Haney has sold her res
idence property at Ninth and Cherry
streets to .Mrs. Lee, living south of the
river, who will conic to town to live.
Mrs. Ilauey has purchased the old
Andy Means place, and will make
that her home.
M. C. Sherman received word this
week of tho death of his only surviving
Sherman, which occur
red at Klroy, Wis., on July 11. This is
the third brother Mr. Sherman has lost
within the past two years, all of them
dying from heart failure.
If you sutler from bloating, belching,
sour stomach, Jndigestion or Pyspep
sia, take a Ring's Dyspepsia Tablet
after each meal, and overcome- this
disagreeable trouble. It will improve
the appetite, and aid digestion. Sold
by Henry Cook's Drug Store.
Former County Attorney A. M. Wal
ters drove down from Hlue Hill Wedn
' esday. Mr. Walters said tho roads
were in had shape in tho northern part
'of the county, many
washed out. At Hlue 1 1 ill they had
eight inches of rain in two days.
Lowell Rabbins, who lias been work
ing in St. Joe for the past year and a
half, came homo Saturday for a short
visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K.
Ilobbius. Ho went to Alma the first
of the week, where he has a position
in A. A. Hurdiek's marblo works.
Ask for Allcns's Foot-Ease,
a powder for swollen, tired hot.snmrt
ing feet. Sample sent free. Also free
samples of tho Foot-Kaso SnltaryCorn
1'ad, a now invention. Address Allen.
bridges being s olmstead, Le Roy. N. Y.
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