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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1907)
George Kluir of Lincoln was in Kcd
'Cloud this week.
Mrs. Paul Storey is homo from sin ex
tended trip in the west.
Mrs. Karner left Sunday for :i visit
iu Illinois ami Michigan.
Mr. and Mrs. .lot Fogcl and children
are home from a visit in Grand Island.
Mrs. Alice Kaileyof Lawrence, Kan.,
is visiting- at the home of ,1. II. Itailey.
Verne Itailey of Lawrence. Ivan., is
visiting with his father, .1. II. Itailey.
Charley Lcu.lor dropped a bench on
his foot Tuesday, breaking two of his
il. A. Mercer has returned from a
brief visit with relatives in Gibbon,
A. II. Carpenter took a large party
of landseekers to Imperial Sunday
Miss Carrie Schuebel of Omaha ar
rived Monday for a visit witli the New-
Mr. and Mm. Oscar Hughes are en
tertaining Mrs. Hoyland of Chicago
Wantiji Small second-hand tire
proof safe. Address It. N. Lewis. Ilia
lon. Neb. 2t
Mrs. J. L. Wright and children of
Hustings are visiting at the home of
Mrs. Mary Arneson is spending the
week with relatives and friends on
Miner Sherwood and Miss Irene
.Miner are visiting Chicago and the
Charley McGulre is again confined to
his bed with a severe attack of his old
Mrs. Thomas Payne has returned to
his home in Omaha after a visit at the
home of .John Foster.
George Kluir of Lincoln was shaking
hands with old friends in Ked Cloud
the first of the week.
Nels Longtin left Sunday for a trip
lo Hot Springs, Ark., in the hope of
benefiting his health.
Robert MeLumyra and Ferd (!lebe
-were down from the northwest part of
the county Wednesday.
Mrs. Thomas Lain returned Friday
from a visit witli her daughter, Mrs.
Uoy Wheatley, in Omaha.
I nines McKride is home from a trip
to the western part of the state, where
lie made a good laud sale.
For a short time we will receive
subscriptions to The Delineator at 7."e
per annum. F. Newhouso.
Joseph Green returned to Cadams
Monday after a two weeks visit with
his son, A. G. Green and family,
The Congregational Sunday schools
of Indian Creek and Ited Cloud will
picn'c at Fisher's grove next Tuesday.
All kinds of
Your Patronage is
All tho Phonos
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signaturo of '
Kcd Cloud since he lived here about
m sixteen years ago. i
A hunch of Kcd Cloud hoys went to' '' W- Hague of .Minden, candidate.
Kiverton Monday and defeated the"kid" ft'1" t'11' Kcpuhlicunnoininatlou for
nine of that place by the decisive score jdge, was in Kcd Cloud Wednesday '
of .'!." to .I. and made this olllce a call. His an-,
Lowell Kohhins returned to Alma ""f?"u"t inl will bcjund else
Monday eveningafterashort visit with , w,im' iu thN Vulwr
friends ami relatives and friends in The Quarterly Conference will he
Ked Cloud. I
Kay Palmer returned from MeCook -
the first of th.. wi...l. tvli.u-.. l... s, w
fully passed tlie examination to become
Miss Alfa Longtin and her guest. '
Miss Alexine Le Tourneau, went to1
Cumpbell Tuesday morning for a visit i
Ken Pegg is suffering from a big
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double abscess on his left jaw that is
giving him a considerable amount of
pain and trouble.
Mrs. Wesley Wilson, Miss Stella
Deisley, Mr. and Mrs. Will Walter, all
of luavale, left Wednesday evening
for a trip to Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Carpenter of Col
umbus, (.. who have been visiting rel
atives in tills vicinity, have gone to
Holdredge for a visit.
I (amp Wisecarvcr returned Tuesday
fr"iu a two month's visit in old Vir
ginia. While absent he took in the
II. J. Clark, formerly manager of the
Keatrice Creamery Co.. in this city.
who is now farming at Arborville,
Neb., came In Tuesday.
Charley Putnam was down from
Cowles the first of the week, the Hrst
time since having been struck by light
ning several weeks ago.
Mrs. N. S. Hants fell on the side
walk in front of M. A. Albright's store
yesterday evening and fractured one
of the bones of her left arm.
M. S. Marsh has disposed of his hotel
business at Grand Island and has re
turned to Ked Cloud with his family
to live, temporarily at least.
F. W. Cowden returned Monday from
his fall buying trip in the east and left
immediately for a pleasure trip to Koul
der and other Colorado points.
Miss Georgia Scott of Cowles will
give a recital at the Congregational
church some time in the near future.
The date will be announced luter.
Prof, and Mrs. Paul S. Dietrich left
left Sunday for Lincoln, where the Hrst
named has a lucrative position witli
the State Sunday School Association.
lames Peterson and son Frank were
in Lebanon last week, where they have
contracts for putting in the heating
plants in some of the new buildings.
Dr. Warrick, the specialist will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients and
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tliiisi. iiiiiinnir rrlnssits nrmimO t fiHiiil nt.
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Dr. Damerell's otlice, Tuesday, IJ7. Vi
The annual picnic of the Guide Kock
Odd Follows will be held next Wednes
day. The excellent program gotten
up for the occasion will be found else
where. Captain Kouchiu returned last even
ing from a trip to Custer county, Okla
homa. He says the wheat crop there
was very short, and that corn Is look,
Mrs. N. S. Hants will give up the
Fourth Avenue hotel the Hrst of next
month, we understand, and will there
after conduct a
Among the noted speakers who will
address the throngs at the Franklin
reunion next week are Mrs. Joseph W.
Warren and Hon. K. (J. Overman of
George Smelser caught the little lin
ger of his right hand inabriekmaking
machine at Piatt's cement works Sat
urday morning anil lost a portion of
the end of it.
10. .1. Peterson and son George re
turned from Culbertson Tuesday. They
say that crops in that vicinity are j
looking fine, they having had plenty '
of rain recently. j
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Good rams fell north and east of
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Ked Cloud Wednesday night. Charley I
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Arnold was down from Kosemont yes-1
j terday and he said they got a good
rain there and that corn was looking
Gordon Shanklin and daughter, Mrs.
Ernest Moranville, and her children,
returned to their home In Nebraska
City Wednesday morning after a visit
at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. I). A.
Sheriff Page of Fillmore county was
1 in Ked Cloud Suuday on his way to
Franklin ti arrest 1'itcinr I rundull of
the Franklin hiiseha'l team, who is
wanted in Geneva on a statutory
J. 1'. McVev of Oak. Nel... was in
Kcd Cloud tills week looking at some
line driving horses which he intended
to purchase. It was his tirst visit to
held Wednesday, August as. The Pro-
hUUll'r l':l,U,,'' Uov' X' A' M''tln. will
'"' PM'-i'iit and conduct the conference.
All members of the conference are re
quested to be present.
Charles Leroy Taiiquury. the '.'-year-old
son of Mr. and Mrs. .lames Tan
quary, died early Wednesday morning j
from heart failure. Funeral services
were held Thursday ami burial was in
the Ked Cloud cemetery.
Saturday, August 17, the W. II. C
will hold a memorial service in honor
of Elizabeth Turner. Members of the
G. A. It. post are cordially invited to
be present and participate in the ser
vices. Hy order of thy President.
Evangelists Clara 1(. Ila.elrigg, Miss
Mildred llaelrigg and Mr. II. C. Koh
hins, witli Kev. F. M. Kranie, pastor,
are engaged In a revival meeting at
the Christian church. A rousing meet
ing must be the result. Come and help.
ThoKvangelical church at Kosemont,
Neb., is now completed anil will be ded
leated to God on Sunday. September 1.
uev. George.Iohnson.of Naporville,Ill.,
will otllciate, and Kev. .1. P. Ash, pre
siding elder, will assist. The public is
Communion service at the M. !'.
church Sunday morning at 11 a, in.;
lipworth Leugue at 7 p. 111. The usual
Sunday everting services will be resum
ed at S p. m. All are cordially invited
to attend both morning and evening
Postmaster and Mrs. Hacker returned
Sunday morning from a month's trip
to the Pacific coast. Mr. Hacker looks
as though ho had been benefited by
the trip, though he said he was on the
"go" so much that he had no time to
get any rest.
A large number of the hrdy friends
of Mrs. David Wliitaker met at her
home Wednesday afternoon and gave
her a linen shower. She received a
nice supply of table linen, etc. The
ladies had an enjoyable afternoon and
remained to luncheon.
The Kuth Craven Dramatic Co. gave
three very satisfactory performance to
small audiences at thejopera house the
Hrst of the week. The company de
served better patronage than it re
ceived, but, following so close tipon
the Chautauqua, the attendance was
Last Saturday was the hottest day In
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thermometer rising to 107 degrees iu
the shade in the coolest spots. In
other places itstood at 110 in the shade.
Corn was badly scorched by the hot
wind, though it will probably make a
crop if we do not have another such a
Superintendent Nurroughs has a
force of men at work cleaning out and
repairing the filter at the waterworks,
So long as we must use creek water,
too much care can not be taken. The
safest way, this kind of weather, is
to boil all water used for drinking
purposes, no matter from what source
1 it comes.
Mrs. A. .1. Waskom and baby are
here from Halsey, Neb., visiting with
her mother and sister, Mrs. Weideman
and Mrs. Christie Patmor. Mrs. Was
kom received a letter from her hus
band Wednesday stating that the sta
tion at Halsey had burned and their
household goods were destroyed. On
top of this misfortune Mr. Waskom ran
a nail in his foot.
While coining to town Wednesday
morning, a small son of Leo DeTour
jumped from the buggy to fix the liar-
uess and as he approached one of the
horses he was kicked by the animal,
the hoof striking hi 111 over the eye, in-
Hieting a bad wound, Dr. Pace dressed
fi . , . , .
It at once and at last reports he was
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getting along nicely. Jt was a narrow
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No. 11, tho morning llyer, will stop
at Franklin next week during the re
union, and as No. It, the night train
from the west, alwavs stons there it
, wlu malctJ U very convenient for the
large CTOwds who will attend from
' Ut)(l cionil. The FranklinUes have
prepared a splendid series of enter
tainments for the visitors to the ie
union, and we should show the kindly
1 feeling whch we have toward that
Men's, Boys' and Children's
at Real Bargains
20 Per Cent Discount Sale
HATS AT COST. Straw Hats at
Come and get your flhare of the good things.
THE GOWDEMAMY GO.
315 Webster St.
First Door North of Post Office.
prosperous and enterprising city by
going up and helping make the reunion
as big a success as they have helped
to make similar events in Ked Cloud.
Get ready to go to Franklin next
Valnor McGlnnls. who was released
from the county jail last Saturday,
went west Saturday night and on
Monday morning he passed through
Ked Cloud, eastbound, with a regiment
of I'nele Sam's boys. Valnor was all
togged out in full regulation uniform,
and from this it is inferred that he
has enlisted. Soldier life will take
the kinks out of Valnor, and it is pos
sible the Webster county jail will see
him 110 more.
The autmuobilists are again getting
a little reckless, some of them being
seemingly regardless of their duty to
pedestrians and people with teams.
One of these days there will be an ac
cident that will cause the ofllcers to
take their eyes off the saloon doors
long enough to see the violations of
the speed limit law. If we had our
way about It, no auto would travel
through the streets at a higher rate of
speed than the pace set by Charley
Our horse editor was recently down
town to take a look at It. II. (Cummer's
two year colt Noor-ICing. He is cer
tainly a grand individual, a dark chest
nut, nearly sixteen hands high, with
s out. clean legs. He is bred in the
purplb, being by Taconnct, standard
son of the great Maine horse Nelson,
a:0!. His dam is by the great Nebras
ka sire Shadeland Onward, a:l3 1-1,
whose name is a household word n
trotting and pacing circles. Noor-ICing
has near relatives that are now pel for
ming in the Nebraska circuit and win
ning big money, among them being S.
S. All .': Ill 1-1, Luscatinc a:KI 1-2, Jesse
Cling ":11 l-l, and others.
Nebraska Kansas Interstate
August 20 to 24
Five Big; Days
A BIG CELEBRATION
Guide Rock Odd Fellows Will Hold An
nual Picnic Next Wednesday.
Following is the program of the,
eighth annual picnic of the Guide Hoek
Odd Fellows to be held next Wednes
day: Music by the band.
Prayer, Kev. Priesley, of Cowlo.
Address of Welcome, W. 0. Willihan,
Keply, Kev. Hummel, 'of Ked Cloud.
Music by the band.
Address, F. A. Good, Cowles.
Music by the band.
Address, K, U. Overman, Ked Cloud.
Fifty-yard foot race, open to all Ofd
Fellows of Dist. lt.'J. J-'irst a, second SI.
Wheelbarow race. First ga, second
Twenty-five yard foot race; LadiesJ
First Sa, second SI.
Gamy of horseshoes. First fide, sec
.lug race. First SI, second f0c.
Nail driving contest; Ladies. First
SI, second f0c.
Three-leg race. First SI, second fUc.
Klcctlou of ofllcers.
Location of ninth picnic.
Tug of war Ked Cloud vs. Guido
Kail game Cowles vs. Ked Cloud, SIO.
IJring your baskets.
A Business (Change.
Wu lire reliably informed that tho
first of October there will ho an
important change in the management
of the Griey Drug store, when Mr. Ned
Grimes of Kluu Kill and Mr. Flavins
Grice, brother of the present proprie
tor, will enter the concern as co-partners
in a big drug company that will
do a jobbing business here. We wish
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