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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 18, 1907)
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See L. A. Haskius for fine potatoes.
Miss Kva Foster has rctunU'il from
Hoy darbor went over to Smith C'cn
Mrs. J. 1). ('runs has returned from
n trip to Ohio.
Mr. Burgess of lnuvalc. moves to
Red Cloud this week.
F. M. Rittenour and family have re
turned to Rloomingtoii.
Mel McCord. living in the smith ward,
is lmilflliifv' a new house.
John (larber returned Tuesday morn
inj from a lmsiness trip we.st.
Miss ISiah Olnislead has enrolled in
the lied loud P.usinoss College.
I'M Pulsipher, who has heeii at Has
ting for some time, is at home again.
K S Fit, sold his lhcstoek and Inrin
iiiuehiiier.v at public sale Wednesday.
John Winters, formerly a resident of
J.-d Cloud. 'as in the ,"i t y this week
Fred Sehmoler. John Krrot anil A I
Slaby left yesterday for a trip to Den
ver. Charlie ehultz. the photographer,
went to (Snide Bock on business .Mon
day. J. W. Ricglc is advertising a publie
Hale of live stoe.k. to be held ue.st Tues
day. J. P. Hansen is now living in hisnew
residence, situated in the Piatt addi
tion. Wilbur Hamilton, of Storey'sclothing
More, spent Sunday at his home in (Juide
Max Fentress left Tuesday night for
Annapolis, .Md., to enlist in the l. S.
C, L. Cutting, who has bccnntChica
go visiting his son Kdgar. is at home
Teachers' examinations are being
held today and tomorrow at the court
t The Holland hotel was re-opened last
Sunday by the new proprietor. Charles
F. Nowhouso returned Monday from
mi extended trip to Omaha. Hastings
and Chariton. la.
Mrs. F. L. Smith is in Lincoln this
week as a delegate to the state W. I'.
T. I. convention.
A son of Dr. T. A. Jones, from
Chicago, has enrolled in the Red Cloud
Kd Kellogg received a telegram Tues
day apprising him of the death of his
wife at Seattle. Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. It. It. Fulton left Tues
day fur a visit with a sister of Mrs.
Fulton living in South Dakota.
L. M. Steward, manager of the Bed
Cloud business College, was at Cow les
and Illtie Hill Monday on business.
Potatoes, 85c per bu.
in 5 or 10 bu. lots
per 100 Ibsr
$5.25 per barrel
Largest and Cleanest
(Stock of Groceries in
All the Phonos
Tony Clark and family, recently o
Hed Cloud, are now running a hotel at
Mrs. I. II. Holmes and son Clayton
went to Fairbury, Nebr., Saturday to
attend the funeral of Mr. Holmes father I
F. V. Taylor of Wichita, Kans.,
formerly in the furniture business
here, is visiting in the city this week. I
The football game Friday afternoon !
between the Red Cloud high school and '
the College Crescents resulted in a score
of 0 to 0.
Charles C. Bennett and Miss Kls.o
Morse, both of Cowles, were married
this week by the Rev. Samuel Deaconi
L. 0. Olinstead and daughter Utah
have returned from their California I
trip and will take up their residence in ,
lied Cloud. j
Mr. and Mrs.O. C. Hell have returned
to their home in Lincoln, after a visit
with their daughter. Mrs. Boyd Smith.
of this place.
Mrs. A. T.' Walker has been visiting
relatives at Table Hock. Xebr. She re-
turned to her home in lied Cloud last ,
Thursday morning. ,
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Fvangelist Win. .1. Collision. Services
begin each evening at 7:J(). ,
Frank Peterson and his plumber go J
to Lebanon Monpay to put in a steam .
heating plant in a general merehan-
disc ,1ud bank building there.
Studebaker A Finkcnbinder, the ce
inent sidewalk contractors, are putting
in cemeui, crossings in uie wi'imij "
tne luinouc euurcu mis weeit.
Mrs. A. P. Fly. who has been visit
intr liere for .several weeks with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Smith, has
returned to her home at McCook.
The Lebanon high school and the Hed
Cloud high school football teams met
thi.s afternoon at the baseball park. (
The score was'O to 0 in favor of the
Tom Matter, of Lincoln, has brought
suit against the eity of lied CI Mid for
S.M10, which he alleges to be due him in
the case of City vs. Veiser and the F.
v M. bank suit, as fees.
C. K. Strong, who has been visiting
here for some time with relatives, the
ISailcy'. during the absence of his
wife in Iowa, returned to his home at
Culbertson this week.
A football game has been arranged
for Saturday, October '.'."i, between the
College Crescents and the Concordia,
Kans. football team. The game will
take place at the baseball park.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles llutler and
Mrs. Teach worth returned to their
home in Fremont county, Iowa, Mon
day, after a week's visit at the home
of Mr. Butler's brother, J. K. Ilutler.of
Harry Burden, right guard of the
College Crescents, is seriously ill, and
will not be able to take part in the
football game Saturday between the
Crescents and the Smith Center high
J. IC. Chancy has recovered to a great
extent from the injuries he recently re
ceived from a fall while unloading a
heavy casket at Amuck X Chaney's
furniture store, and is able to be
(icorge Lindsey returned home this
week after an extended circuit of the
various fairs, stock shows and similar
festivals throughout the state this
.summer, at which he exhibited his
Mrs. C. J. Warner left Wednesday
for Kearney, where she will visit a
while before returning to her home at
Medina. O. She has been visiting her
sisters here, Mrs. II. K. Howard and
Mrs. J. W. Warren.
K. It. Uiehardsou and wife, the col
ored couple who were recently arrested
on the charge of maintaining a (Iimm
derl. house, have sued the eity of lied
Cloud tor m.".'!!!) damages through .1. M.
Challlu, their attorney.
W. S. F.iMise. proprietor of tin' Hon
Ton bakery, will cease serving regular
meals the llrst of November, and will
thereafter devote all of his time to his
buken. lie is doing thlsonaccountof
the seareltv of good help.
K A. Bobbin, the cowboy who took
third prize in the bucking and pitch
ing contest at the Frontier Festival at
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Hastings last week, was in Bed ( loud
a short time Wednesday evening on his
way to his home in Oberlin, Kans.
A marriage license was issued by
County Judge KNon this week to Owen
Bel ford, of Britton. S. I), and Mrs.
Kli.tibeth Anshute. of this place. They
were married yesterday evening at 8
o'clock by llev tleo. W. Hummel at his
lioine south of town.
Mr. and Mrs. O. 0. Teel, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Storey, Charlie Orout, K. II.
Newhouse.'lJeo. W. Hutchison, Mr.s. C.
Complies with all requirements of
Advice of the largest coffee dealers
in the world is always to buy the old
fashioned Arbucklcs' ARIOSA Coffee in
Un conlorl tvirlraons n.. .l, f. . l t nt i i i i .i
, JraK? Pagcs. Don t ask for a pound of Mocha and Java, or huy thcjmc
for Co'fcc" JIuclua,cs a,ld you cannot gel the same coffee for the same price all the time
iLi J2Ji Mosl f ll'c so-called Mocha and Java Coffee is simply
masquerading, and is not nearly as good coffee for you as Arbucklcs' ARIOSA, ihc blend
of the Brazilian Coffees most suitable to ihc laslc and health of American neonlc. Bv the
looks there b no difference between roasted Jaa and Brazilian Coffees; many people drink Brazilian but pay for Java.
M1 f rc a t,"u' nSrFy ': S "? bf"- 'M W v 8,,ara"to
qua,lly- Whcn you buy ArbucWcs ARIOSA Coffee, you get a full one pound package of the leading Coffee of the
or $ l" fr 37 years are greater than the combined sales of all ihc other packaged coffees. By giving better
ffcu fr llie money, we have built up a business exceeding ihc combined businesses of the four next largest coffee firms
in the whole world. If your dealer will not supply the genuine, write to ARUUCKLE BROS.. New York Cty
F. MeKcighan and Mary Peterson are '
amonir those in attendance at the Odd
l, ,, eUmvs, .an(1 o(1 a1(, t, eI1.
enmpmont being held in Omaha this
The Collee-e Crescents i the lied Cloud
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Uu, Smllh Conte,. KlinSii ftball team i
on the gridiron at the baseball park '
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tomorrow afternoon. The game will
l)L. called at '.':i:.. in order that the vis-
King team may catch the evening train
home from Lebanon. Cather and Miss Bess Kaley, who have
Kddie McDonald, who has been Indd- " touring Kuropefor several
ing down the job of baggageman at the months pass, returned to their home
Burlington depot for the past war ami '" ,!-,l ' Wednesday. They went
11 half, "vamped his vol," Saturdavund together with a party of twentysiv
left Mondav for Minden. Neb., for a f,, I'lm-iilii. with Dr. J. T. Lee. pro
visit of two weeks with his parents, fessor of (ireek history in the State
whence he will go to Lincoln to take a university. The party visited Ki.gland.
course in Brown's Business Colle-re. Scotland, Italy, (icrumny, Switer-
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The Hastings l-rontier festival held
-n ..i..,. p..:.i , w. , t w.
iiui-iiiujf a urn tint! ;n uu i uti in 11m
week drew a large attendance from"
lvcd Cloud. A special train was run
every morning during the festival from
here to Hastings, returning in the eve
ning. We were unable to get the names
of all the Hed Cloud people in attend
ance. Mr. Charles W. Springer of Bladen,
and Miss Lillian Springer of Denver,
were married at this place by County
Judge Kelson, this week. They will
make their home in this county. Mrs.
Springer is a daughter of Charles W.
Springer, superintendent of schools in
thif county from 1HH2 to 1887. The
groom is well known in this county.
Owing to an accident of some kind
at the electric light plant, the ehctrie
lights all over town were suddenly shut
oft' at about half past eight o'clock Sat
urday night, and the inhabitants of the
burg were in darkness the remainder
of the evening, except for what light
was atl'orded by the kerosene and gaso
line lamps that were perforce brought
into commission in the various places
Lester, the little son of J. K. Yost,
was riding a spirited pony Monday,
which took fright at something and be
came unmanageable. Mr. Yost who was
near, called to his son to jump, which
he did, sustaining slight injuries. Mr.
Yost was also kicked in attempting to
stop the pony. His injuries were at
first thought to be serious, but he has
recovered to the. extent that he is able
to get around again.
The lied Cloud lire department was
called out by the sound of the lire bell
at about noon Saturday in answer to
au alarm from the residence occupied
by T. A. Jones and family and I. II.
Iloliues.and family. A lire had broken
out. caused by a defective Hue. but it
was soon put under control without
the use of the city water. uitea large
amount of clothing was burned ami
scorched, but otherwise no serious
damage was done.
,n explosion of five gallons of gash
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Rue in a stiltator inn at lust ngsTues-
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J11?' vvvnm w,,sf '- '
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other seriously injured by jumping
through a window. A silk skirt .was
being cleaned with gasoline, which in
some way caught fire, spreading to a
large can of gasoline nearby when the
explosion took place. The fire in the
building was soon extinguished with-
out causing much damage,
Tho series of helpful meetings at tho
1 Baptist church has interested a large
j-company of people who have been in
Ihc National Pure Food Law, Guarantee
attendance every evening. They will
be continued all nevt week. Snndav
wuihe a dav of irreat blessing. AtS
p. in. a men's meeting will be held
Kvery man and boy in the eity is cor-
(lilllly invited and expected. Sunday
morniiiL' the whole llantlst Church will f
',illli' f"' ' fvnst of good and truth.
iir the week, every Christian in
thc oity is invite I to come and to
"r"mK with tlu'"' ,in ""divert friend.
U. W. Kaley and sisters, Mrs. Anna
land. Belgium and Holland, visiting
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I "'I the points of interest. I he party
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iiiui l-.Mqib .111. 11 11-j nun mi ni-ti-in,
wIim lfil.ii fill iirtiiwl til ivv nrlf mi
the steamer Ktruria. I- our days out of
the seven sprat on the return voyage
was very stormy, but Mr. Kaley de-
clarcs that he wa not troubled with
It comes put up in a collapsible
tube with a nozle, easy to apply to , Ug that is being put up by Chits,
the soreness and inflammation, for any j Sponco has stopped, awaiting the iron
form of piles. It soothes and relieves 1 a(j Ki,ia9 for the front of tho builbing.
pain, itching and burning. Man Zan ! The gluss for this building will be.
Pile Remedy. Price .10c. tJuarantced. j strictly up-to-dato, being a heavy pinto.
Sold by Henry Cook's drug store. Tho front alone will cost $1100.
Don't worry about your kidneys An tho Sunday .schools in Bladen,
when you can obtain III) days treat-' Harmony and several of the other
incut of Plneulcs for Si. These glob- j places around Bladen, will close next
, . . . .,. j.. 41 (i,i Sunday to tako in tho Sunday school
ules bring relief in the llrst dose. COIlve,fUon lt piainviow. A good pro.
Backache, lumbago and rheumatism 1 giam is being arranged by tho presi-
. ,, . , ,,. ,,,:,,., dent of this district, which will coin
yield quickly. If not satisfied your ni01u;e ,lt 10::C in thJ morning. Abas-
money refunded. This is a fair olVer: ket dinner will follow and tho program
von can't lose.
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Sold by Henry (00k. s
No. 2Q4 1 , filed at Washington.
Intorostlnd Items Gathered
bv Our Cnvinlv Rnnnrlnrs
Frod Sponco .spent Sunday in Trent on.
Funnel MeLaiighliii spent Sunday
with home folks in Oug.
(.'. Ilito went out to Oulberts'on Tues
day evening to look over his farming
Mr. and Mrs Ficd Baker moved into
their neat, little cottage on Muriel
street Thursday of last week.
Clms. VanMntio letuiued Monday
morning from (Kford, wheie he has
been visiting homo folks a low days.
Tj. 10. Siumico is putting up a lltiu
uuio eoi.uige on iv.ariei suee. watt
W i)ti OCCtipiCtl Uy 1011 I'Ols, lllll
( Semtor mu, ,,,, w K Tl,rne weIlt
(,mvn to Oklahoma City, Okla., Tiie-v
( III0I.IllllB to Ilttoud the Fanners'
Natloml Convention, he having been
appointed Horn this place by Gov.
Work on the oOxTO briek stor build-
wl'l " resumed in tho artoiuoou. Jr.
R A Thontas of Red Cloud will be'
from factory '!
I'licsc robes are manu-'"
factured from whole
skins, being the, only 7
hotise in the world that '
niakes .this kind of a
Call and see thenv'j
Tho Harness Man
441 N. Webster St.
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