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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1907)
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Vv S LOGALETTES
See L. A. tlasliins fur tino potatoes.
W. I-:. Uife was in tho city Tuesday.
George itushec went to Oiiuilia Tuos
lay. Al Shiby wtMit to Hodford, la.. Tues
I. W. Karg wont to Oxford Saturday
for a few days' visit.
Conductor Walter Olson wont to
Denver last Saturday.
.foi' McClelluiul was dowil from
Keith Points, of luiivitlo, wa a Red
Cloud visitor Saturday.
The county commissioners hold :i
short session this week.
Mrs. A. J. 'roiiiliiison is recovering
from a very severe illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Kinchor wont to
Omaha Thursday morning.
Trainmaster 1'. F. MeKonna of Me
'win. in Hod Cloud Wednesday.
.lolin .1. (turner left Tuesday evening
for u trip to Hastings and Denver.
Place your orders for hurd coal and
have drnyage. .1. O. Caldwell.
Mri. William Parks returned from
her v.sit In Iowa last Friday evening.
I'!. .1. Hurst moved his family from
(Komi to lied Cloud one day last weelc.
Mis, Walter Warren returned Tues
day night from u week's visit in Lin
coln. Miss Until Warren will do massaging,
.shampooing and manicuring. Phone
Miss .losie Igou went to Kansas City
Tuesday morning for a visit with rela
tives. On another page wo print the pro
ceedings of the commissioners this
.loo Wagnftr has returned from atrip
to ilcattle, Wash., and other western
Frank Hiidley went to Hloomington
Tuday to paint Joe McClelland's res-
H. F. Spokesfield came np from He
' "bron Tuesday morning for u visit with
I). M. Abel went to Omaha Tuesday
evening to take in the Ak-Sar-lten fes--tivitie.s.
Mi;s Emilia Caldwell went to Kan
wim City Friday night for u visit with
A. K. Thomas came in Thursday
from Dresden, Kan., for a visit with
Twenty-four cars of .sheep passed
through Red Cloud Tuesday night for
'? hj. D- Crans went to Omaha and
On. 'jjll Hluft's Tuesday night for a
Henry Pharcs returned on Monday
morning from a visit with the Milligans
MELONS, 1 0c
$ 1 .80 per bu
GRAPES 35c per
Y Highest price for pro-
Your Patronage is
All the Phonos
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Graves are the
parents of a hoy born Tuesday night.
J. D Crans and Moss Abel returned
from Omaha Thursday noon, by way !
D. (J. MeCarty, formerly switchman
lit lied Cloud. Is braking on the pile!
.Ninety-eight ears of stock for St.
loseph and Kansas City passed through
here Wednesday. .
Tony Clark and family have moved
to Hod ford, la., whore they will go in-'
to the hotel business. i
.lesso Hay has taken Knginoer Kelt-'
man's run on Nos. tV.t and ill between '
Oxford and Hod Cloud. i
Mrs. II. H. Snyder of North P.raneh '
is enjoying a visit from her parents,
who live at Pawnee City.
A train and engine crow was hero
from McCook Wednesday and Thurs
day, working on bridge 01.
"The Girl and The Stampede." a
western play, is to be produced at the
opera house tomorrow night.
A. T. Walker and his mother have
gone to Paola, Kim., where the latter
will visit a sister, Mrs. F. Ireland.
Mrs. S. Goodro lias returned to her
home in Houlder, Col., after a visit
with her sister, Mrs. A. Fountain.
George Hibhey left last Tuesday morn,
ing for southeastern Kansas, whore he
goes to attend to some business matters.
Mrs. V. .1. Itrousseau of Concordia.
Kan., returned home Thursday after
a visit with her sister, Mrs. A, Foun
tain. On another page of this issue will be
found this year's delinquent tax list,
which is shorter this time than ever
Mrs. Flora Gitlin has returned to her
home in Superior after a visit at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Mrs. A. C. Hindu, of Perry, Okla.,
visited here at the home of her broth
er, Homer Morgan, a couple of days
Alfred Johnston has gone to Fort
Smith, Ark., where he will spend the
winter doing carpenter work on pub
Hay Palmer left for Haigler, Neb.,
Sunday morning, where he will visit
relatives, Mrs. George Ireland and
Mrs. Charles Ireland.
Fireman II. C. Peerson has moved
his family from McCook to Hed Cloud
and they.are Hying at the corner of
Sixth and Elm streets.
George Corner returned Saturday
from an extended visit in southern
Michigan. His parents will remain
there for several weeks.
Football enthusiasm is already be
ginning to run high, and both the
high school and business college have
organized strong teams.
Miss Edith Crowell, who has been
local editor and manager of the Nation
for some time past, loft Wednesday for
her home in Indianola, Iu.
Ed D3er of Denver, a former Red
Cloud boy, came in from St. Joe yes
terday and was shaking hands with
old friends. Ed is still railroading.
This section of the country was vis
ited by a heavy rain Monday, and by a
lighter one yesterday. This gives the
wheat that is In the ground a start.
Thirty-five largo English Ilerkshirc
boars and sows for sale. The largo,
heavy-boned, prolific kind. Guide Rock
Phone line 9, 2. Tuos. Pomikmuh.
Mrs. L. P. Albright, Mrs. O. S. Al
bright and Mrs. J. J. Garber were in
Lester yesterday, where they attended
a birthday dinner given in honor of
Mrs. I. Frlsblo.
The Frontier Festival at Hastings
commences next Thursday, lasting
three days. A number of people from
here have signified their intention of
Wantkd A good man to handle ex
clusively or as a side lino our lubrica
ting oils and paints salary or com
mission, Fairfax Refining Co., Cleve
A. P. Ely came In from McCook Sat
urday to visit his father-in-law, Mr. E.
II. Smith, and family, with whom Mrs.
Ely has been visiting for a couple of
Albert Wright expects to leave next
week for Saskatchewan, Alberta, Can
ada, where he will make his home.
Ills wife will follow him in a few
Rev. Ward L. Austin returned from
the Methodist conference Tuesday, no
hae been transferred to Wahoo, and
expects to move his family there next
The Franklin Academy football team
comes to Red Cloud next Friday for a
game with the high school team, Red
Cloud has one of the fastest high
school teams In the state, and the
heavy academy team will have to "go
some" tf they win.
All members of the Eastern Star
are requested to be present Monday
evening, October 7. at 7:110 o'clock. A
grand olllccr will bo here. Mrs. Edith
(.'. H. I.enfest. who was pastor of the
Hod Cloud Methodist Episcopal church
twenty-four years ago, is still preach
ing in the Nebraska eon Terence and has
boon granted supernumerary privileges.
The annual Ak-Sar-ISoii carnival at
Omaha, which commenced Wednesday
of last week, closes tonight with the
coronation and grand ball. Quito a
number of people from here aro in at
tendance. Doo Nelson, Hairy Drown and Hoyd
Smith. three-"members of the Hod Cloud
baseball nine, went over to Iturr ak
Saturday to play with the Superior
team In a game between Superior and
I birr Oak.
M. A. I.enhart and father. I. hen
hart, in rived Tuesday morning from
Thomas county, Kansas. The elder Mr.
I.enhart owns a farm over In Smith
county, but expects to make his homo
in Rod Cloud.
William H. Hay ward of Nebraska
City has been elected chairman of the
Republican state central committee, to
succeed William It. Hose. Hose was
backing .1. Warren Keifcr, who stood
second in the race.
Mr and Mrs Paul Pope left Sunday
morning for Minneapolis, Minn., for a
pleasure trip. On their return home
they will be accompanied by an aged
aunt of Mr. Pope, who is coming here
to make this her home.
Ned Grimes, until recently of the J.
F. Grimes drug store at Itlne Hill, and
a son-in-law of J. G. Warren of this
place, entered into partnership Tues
day with 11. E. and Flavins Grice in
the II. E. Grice Drug Co.
The reception given the Hod ('loud
band at Itladeu shows that the people
up there appreciate good music. The
band has an offer to play for the Fron
tier Festival at Hastings, but it is
doubtful if they will accept.
The Holland Mouse closed temporari
ly last Saturday, Mr. David Morrison
retiring from the management. The
house will undergo u thorough over
hauling and will then be reopened un
der the management of Charles Steffen.
Mrs. L, J. Anderson, who has been
visiting with relatives hero, Mrs. So
phia Anderson and Mrs. Homer Mor
gan, left Sunday night for Franklin,
where she will make an extended visit
before returning to her homeatKcota,
Alex Kohler, who Is firing out of Mc
Cook, has been visiting his parents
near Cowles for the past fow days, and
is now visiting friends in Red Cloud.
He will leave on No. 14 Sunday morn
ing for Omaha to take iu the Ak-Sar-Itcu.
The Nebraska Sunday School Record
says that Herbert Plumb of this city
has decided to take a ministerial
course at Drake University, Des Moines,
la. Herbert is a graduate of the Red
Cloud high school and is a young man
of sterling worth.
Harry Fete, an elderly bachelor liv
ing east of Amboy, suffered a stroke
of paralysis Tuesday morning. When
found by Verne Emick he was In a
very critical condition. Medical aid
was summoned and he is now getting
Dan Norris and wife expect to leavo
soon for a visit with relatives and old
neighbors at Coulter, Ky., their former
home. It has been about thirty-eight
years since they left that place, during
practically all of which time they hayo
been residents of this county.
George Clauson's bridge gang is
driving piling along 150 feet of road
way, two miles west of Inavale, In
order to save the wagon road, which
has been repeatedly washed out. Mr.
Clauson Is an experienced bridge man,
and always does his work in a thor
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ainlclc and Mrs.
M. S. Marsh returned Monday from a
trip to Millings, Mont. Mr. Marsh has
made arrangements togo into the sheep
raising business out there, and It is
possible that Mr. and Mrs. Amick may
also move to that country. Mr. Amick
said that on the return trip they en
countered rain all along the line.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
The season is now on for
Cravenettes and Top Coats.
See our line
necessary Fall garments
before you buy.
Cravesieftesp $5.50 to $18,00,
Tod Coats, $8,50 to $12,00,
Fall Suits for Mens, Boys
and Children now ready for
THE COWDEfl-pitEY GO.
First Door North of Post Office.
George Ncwhouso and sister, Mrs. P.
(J. Pharos, left Sunday morning for
Chicago, the former to purchase goods
for Nevvhou.se ltros.' jewelry store and
the latter to buy dry goods for the V.
Nowhotiso store, of which she is man
ager. They will visit in Omaha and
Hastings before returning.
The board of education, In order to
provide a means for kindergarten and
first grade children living in the south
ward to reach school more convenient
ly, put a wagonette into service Mon
day to convey the children to and from
school free of charge. Lou Eddy is
driving the wagon.
Miss Willa Slbert Cather, well
known as a writer and as one of the
editorial staff of McClure's magazine,
is in Lincoln on her waj' to New
York after a visit to her old home iu
the Republican valley. She Is the
guest-of Mr. and Mrs. Max Wester
maun, on South Fourteenth street.
Dr. II. E. Ashcr, who has been
located at Las Vegas, N. M., for sev
eral months in the quarantine inspec
tion service, arrived in Red Cloud
Thursday morning. He will visit here
for a few days and will then go to
Kansas City, where he has a position
ns meat inspector in one of the large
Jim Richardson and wife, tho col
ored couple who have been living In
tho south part of town for the past
few weeks, were arrested Saturday
upon tho charge of maintaining a dis
orderly house. They were taken bo
fore Judge Reed and each sentenced
to thirty days in jail. On account of
there being a number of children to
look after, tho woman was roloascd.
Richardson was released yesterday.
Wo wore in error last week in stating
that Mrs. Sophia Anderson and daugh
ter, Mrs. Homer Morgan, had loft for
Kansas City to visit relatives. They
left, in company with Mr. Morgan,
last Monday morning for Kansas City,
where they will visit with Mrs. A. L.
Ityler, another daughter of Mrs. Ander
son, after which they will spend sever
al months In Arkansas and Okluhoma
before returning home.
It Is said that a car load of oak lum
ber, to bo used In bridge work north
of Inavalo, was received at that sta
tion the first of tho week, for the John
W. Tovvle ltrldge Company of Omaha.
Parties who examined the lumber say
it is worm eaten and half rotten, evi
dently having been cut from dead
timber, and Is not fit to go into a
bridge. Tho county commissioners
should Investigate this matter.
George Scott, who has been doing
electrical work hero for the past few
months, has secured the superlntenden
ey of the new electric light plant at
Tecumseh. Herbert Robertson, who
has been the night engineer at the Red
Cloud plant, has accepted a similar po
sition at Tecumseh. Ho will bo suc
ceeded here by Day Engineer Green.
Andrew Hart, who is an experienced
man, will hold down tho day engineer
job at tho light plant.
"Tho Girl and Tho Stampede." A
thrill In each line, a laugh iu each
of these most
scene, a play undoubtedly revolution
izing the ordinary western drama. The
public today craves a novelty In nlnvs.
This is the reason why this great west
ern comedy drama was written. "The
author spent some throe yearsHtudying
western characters and gathering ma
terial to make "TheGlrl and The Stam
pede" what It is, a play worth seeing.
At tho opera house Saturday, October
The dark, cloudy days we have been
experiencing during tho past weelc
clearly demonstrate tho necessity for
a twenty-four hour electric light serv
ice. Many people aro depending en
tirely upon the city plant for their
light, and when a dark day comes
they are almost compelled to suspend
business. Should the city administra
tion conclude to establish a twenty
four hour service, there would bo
many power users who would change
from steam and gasoline to electric
"The Girl and Tho Stampede," Victor
Lambert's great comedy drama, a west
ern play that lias v on tho esteem of
the general public, enjoying clean cut
and truthful western life. The play is
vastly different from tlfo ordinary west
ern melodrama, as it is free from trashy
blood and thunder situations so often
resorted to. Tho characters aro well
drawn, exceptionally strong and not
exaggerated. With a vein of bright
sparkling comedy running through ev
ery scene Tho clergy, press anil the
public pronounce 'The Girl and the
Stampede" a play among plays. At tho
opera house Saturday, October ftth.
J. S. Gilliam, Republican candidate
for county judge, and Edward Hansen,
Republican candidate for clerk of tho
district court, were in Itluo Hill Mon
day on their way to Itladen to attend
tho county fair. Moth aro Red Cloud
residents and have lived in the county
a number of years. In fact, Mr. Oil
ham is one of the early settlers and is
well acquainted throughout the county
through his present and past connec
tion with tho county seat papers. For
some time past he has been furnishing
tho Argus with articles relative to
some of this county's oldest settlors.
Mluo Hill Leader.
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurse in New York,
discovered an aromatic, pleasant herb
euro for women's ills, called Australian
Leaf. It is tho only certain monthly
regulator. Cures female weaknesses,
backache, kidney, bladder and urinary
troubles. At all druggists or by mall
50 cents. Sample free. Address, Tho
Mother Gray Co., Ley Roy, N. Y.
Do you know that Pinesalvc Carbol
Izcd acts like a poultice in drawing
out inflammation and poison? It is an
tiseptic. For cuts, burns, cracked
hands, eczema it is immediate relief.
2.1c. Sold by Henry Cook.
Your skin should be clear and bright
if your liver is in normal condition.
Dado's Little Liver Pills act on tho
liver, and headache, constipation and
biliousness disappear. Price 25 centa.
Sold by Henry Cook's drug store.
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