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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 29, 1907)
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I IOC ALETTES 5
"Oreoo iple" ut Pulton Grocer Co.
iSiv I A. Husk ins for line potatoes.
Go)l thmg to cut til Paltou (Irocor
(Jlmrlie tjodsey spoilt Thanksgiving
Ruth W.rreu will do your burnt
l'ront nmm for rent. Inquiro of
.fu. Me iuire.
Porno bargains in canned goods nt
See lluth Wiiri't'ii for nil Kinds of
"bill lit wood MipplicS.
l.Sluby moved his family into the
8am F e property Monday.
fir and Min. Uonnoll of Luwtence
were in tti'd Cloud Saturday.
"Three cms lump I'oal forsulo,$7.f0 per
lot: if hold in ton day's .1.0. Caldwell.
John Woo-.uor leaves Saturday for
Weber whore ho will touch school this
Alo Kohlcr of McCook .spout
Thanksgiving with his parents nt
.fo Kogel returned Thursday morn
iug from ; trip to tho I'un Handle of
Win Richer passed through Red Cloud
Thursday on his way to his homo in
L. K. Tail returned Thursday morn
ing from his trip to the L'uu Ilundle
S. V. Spokeailold of Hebron was
.-shaking hands with old frionds in tted
4 'loud Tuesday.
ISort Folts nnd somo frionds woro
in Red Cloud Sunday. Thoy canio up
In tin automobiles.
Win Good of Cowlos was visiting
with hi daughter, Mrs. Paul Storey
tho Unit of tho week.
A. L. Howes living south of Red
-Oloud suffored quite u loso by a lire
'Alio Unt of tho week.
We woro oMigod to omit some corre
tipoudpndo and other mutter this week
-on Hccoaut of our luck of time.
Correct time is received every duy at
-4 o'clock from Chicago by Nuwhou.su
.Hm oil their electric regulator.
Mrs. J. 'lent, Rod Cloud was here
Saturday and Sunday visiting her
sister Mrs. John Itoso.-Hluo Hill Louder
Misses Gretchen Musor and Rudy
While weie down from Franklin yostor
dny and Thanksgiving with her friends
Mr and Virs. I. Frisbio spent Thank'
giving in' Lincoln with their duughUr
and sou iu-lnw, Mr. aud Mrs. Harvey
Mr. and Mrs. Hooves, dauirhtor aud
-oliidron of Gn do 'Rook spent Sun
Uy hero with Mr. and Mrs. John
Uloyd Cummings, accompanied by
sifter. .Mrs. Ethel Hunt, went to Be
atrice the lirsi of the week for medical
Nevhouso Ilros. adopted on the tirst
of (U'tober the cash plan of doingbusi
iieif. und are now selling goods cheaper
Lh in ever.
Drf. W.irick & Riddilo, Eye, Ear,
Nom and Throat Specialists. Glasses
mted. OverGormuu Nutloual Rank,
Union Thauksgiving services were
4wld yesterday at tho M. E. church.
.Sorvicos woro also held at the Episco
The attendance at the band concert
la it night was very largo, and tho con
cert is said to havo been very well en
joyed by all.
Hay Palmer, who has a position on
.the B.A-. A. at Laird, Colorado, spent
Thanksgiving Day visltiug his parents
in Red Cloud.
Edward Hanson and family, accom
panied by Miss Daue, who bus been
visiting with them, loft for Iowa,
Mon lay morning for a visit with Mrs.
'Wash Rood of Rood Bros, of Camp-
boll, Neb. passed through Rod Cloud
"Thursday on his way home from a
(trip down in Kunsns.
' Tho Rohof Corps mot at tho
! homo of Mrs. J. E. Ducker Thursday
afternoon of last woek and gave her
u pleasant surprise party.
' it. P. Albright and family and Mrs,
J. W. Shorwood spont Thunkegiving
at Norton, Kuns, with the sou of tho
former, Shorwood Albright,
G Olmstodo of Guide Rock, tho re
cently olooted county commissioner
from tho nth district, was transacting
business in Hod Cloud Saturday.
Tho city counoil ofdorod tho night
watch to arrest tho gamblers. Now
thoy should also mako tho uttompt
to luve tho Slocum lawo enforced.
Last Wodnosday morning, after n
fow words with hor husband, Mrs. Geo. .
Hummel left for a throe wooks visit
with relatives at Muscatino, Iowa.
Congressman Norris of this district
has in u lottor to Shaffer's Alma Rec
ord, particularly placed himsolf on
record as opposed to tho parcels post
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Perry Kurg, who has boon braking i
t l t, I m i i i r i r'
uuiweuii nun iiuiiii iiiiu is.Miitii i"i !
some time mis ronton tno niouriuo
property and will move his family
Dr. Warrick, tho speoiulist, will .
cot eye, oar, noso and throat patients
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and those needing u'lussos properly
llllr.,1 tit llr. niniinriillV nflii'n TinimlliV. I
There is u largo and growing sen-
timentin Red Cloud against the sa
loons aud wo should not bo surprised
to see tho town go dry at. tho spring
Madison R. lJacoui and Miss Bessie
Dreilgo. botli of Btuo Hill were made
one at the Hotel Royal this afternoon
at 1:110 o clock, Rev. Geo. W. Ilutninol .
Mrs. Carrie West, Mrs. NMlie West I
Caster and Miss I'olia Perry wont to
Bartly Neb., Wednesday morning to
spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. West's
son, Will West.
A large number of Rod Cloud nim
rods participa d in the turkey shoot
on the E. B. Smith farm last Friday
afternoon and secured material for
their Thanksgiving toasts.
Blotches, pimples, coarse pores.black
heads nre unsightly and denote impure
blood. Hollihter'h Rocky Mountain Tea
will drive them away. 3ft Cents, Tea
or Tablets. C. L. Cotting.
It is healthful, wholesome. It's as
good for one as the other. A little
dose will make you sleep and eat.
Makes people happy. Ilollister's Rocky
Mountain Tea. 35 Cents,, Tea or Tab
lets. To'iy Clark, wifo and family arrived
in Red Cloud from Bedford, la., tho
first of this week. Their household
goods have also arrived aud they will
heroaftor make their homo in this
N. P Klowgard will leave Sundav
for Los Angoles Pal., which he- will
make his futueo home. Ho bus been
employed for tho past year in the law
office of L. II Blacklodge as sten
S. B. Kizor and Win Walters put
a new floor in the ollb'o of Clorl
of District Court Hutchison, in the
court house this week. The Id Horn
had become so badly worn that it was
At a regular mcetinu' of the Odd
Fellows voiuluy evening the following
olllcors woro elected: II. I). Uuncli.,
noblo grand; N. B. Corner, vice grand
O. C. Teol, secretary; Joo Fogel tren
surer, G. W Hutchison was ro.oloete.l
It begins to look as if the schoo
bonds would bo purchased by local
peoplo.Ceriainly there is no safer plac
toinvest nioned as tho soeurlts is mueh
better than any farm loan and the
rate of interost is but a very little
Mis. Stephen Swenko sworo out a
complaint of insanity agHinst hor hus
band Tuesday. At hiB hearing Wed
nesdiy it was decided that he was sane,
and ho was dismissod and returned
home with his wife. M. A. Rwonke of
Martell, Neb., a brother of Stephen
Swenko, camo to testify ut tho trial
but arrived too late.
Ernest, Gravos wont to Bladen Sun
day to bo present at tho funeral of his
niece, Miss Blancho Riirgins, daughter
o Mr. nnd Mrs. Logan Riecius, which
occurred at that place Monday. Mls
Blanoho was born in Webster Connty
nineteen years ago and died at. vt(.
Cook last Saturday of tuberculosis
Services woro conducted by Rov. Mr.
White in tho M. E. church und Inter
ment was in the Plainvlow comotory.
G. W. Oles, the famous Amorican
violinist, gavo an entertainment, at tho
opera house last Saturday evening
which was enjoyed thoso present. Mr.
Oles very, clearly demonstrated tho
fact that ho was n master player nnd
that he ploased tho audience was
shown by tho applause after each se
lections. The entertainment was giv
on undor tho auspices of the Rod
Cloud orchestra, who rendored a fow
selections during the ovoning. Our
only objection to tho orchestra is that
they did not play a fow m rosoloctios.
Tho Cow'os Kntorprlso has been
launched with Karl Sponco as publi
sher and Jus. McBride as business
mnnngor. Tho pnper is n six column
quarto and is neatly and tastefully
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
gotten up. Application has been
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made at Baden for entry as second
class matter. Apparently the olllco
1 of publication will bo in B'aden and
! will bo in connection with tho Bladen
Eiiteriii'lso of which Mr. Snence is til-
u pul)liHlor. Tu, ,m,,or sfm.,
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with a goodly amount of advertising
tint rmuiLrn unit l.liorn iu lltiilillllit.lv
u Held for It. Wo wish tho proprietors
abundant success in their venture.
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mill lliuill inii iiiiki unwu u'n' '-
elected, the lepublicuns winning the
! balance. But worst of all the .fi),l (X)
court house proposition was defeated.
It, looks very much now as If some ouo
with charity In his soul will have to
build some decent nrt of a court
house with suitable vault nt tins for
Webster eouulv. They surely need
a court house, and the people of the
county don't scorn to want to build it.
This is the foennd or third time that
the court house bonds have been de
feated down there. -Hastings Dem
Pauhandlde 'iuntry we havo heaid
so much about is fully up to the des
criptions wo have had of it. and is with
out doubt the largest tract of perfect
agricultural laud in the U. S. on tho
iiuuket today, or that will be on tho
market und as some of our advertising
mutter stated, it is ho lust west, nnd
the most perfect surface and as pro
ductive a soil as can be found in any
on earth. Wo are perfectly safo in
recommending this laud us advertised
us we looked it over und find it a good
safe hind proposition to offer to our
friends. Wo understand tho rates
aro going to raNo tho lit st of Jan. so
If you want to go it would bo chetiper
to go with us on our excursion t'ec. !ld
The Rod Cloud Investment Co I. H.
Holmes, Pros. A.R.SellarsSec.
At a meeting of the Re' eknhs
Thursday evening of lust, woek, officers
wore clouted as follows: Miss Clara
Mo Millian, noble urund; Mrs. Chas
Halo, viiMi grand; Miss Mary Peterson
-ocrotnay; Mr.s. I Holmes, treasurer.
Mrs.I. Frisble was elected dolegato to
he district meeting to be held ut
Nel-on Doc. 5. Dan Gar hor was
i-lected captain of tiio degree team.
Afier the election of olllcors an
elaborate banquet was served.
"If I had J. D.'s money," said old man
'I would make, everybody happy from
Oregon to Maine;
You don't need money, just be free,
liiveyour family Rocky Mountain Tea."
V.. j Cotting.
Yesterday was not only Thanksgiving
lay, lutt it was additionally important
is having been also tho twenty-fifth
anniversary of Charlie Cratiill's birth,
which, by tho way. also occurred on
Thanksgiving. Upon coming down
stairs in the morning he found a merry
group of his friends seated around his
hroukfast table, which later proved to
oo a littlo surprise parly arranged for
Iiiiu by his wife.
Wireless Money Lending.
Ono of the most Interesting types on
the American truck Is the professional
money louder. Money lending Is ab
solutely forbidden, and so the entire
transaction must he conducted sub
rosa, but If a person who is on goes
broke and he has some article of jew
elry of value with him It Is easy for
him to realize money on It.
The lender Is tin lrreprouchubly
dressed person who sits on the grand
stand with the rest of the crowd nnd Is
known In his true colors only to the
hubitucs of the track. A mnn who
wants some capital makes an unobtru
sive sign to him and twirls n rhi he
muy be wearing at the time. Shfrtly
afterward both will proceed to n res
taurant, where, for tho benefit of on
lookers, they will greet each other as
ordinary acquaintances. Tho exchange
Is then made over the drink they order;
the loan broker has tho ring nnd the
bettor his capital. If the latter cashes
in on the next nice he will return the
money and the agreed upou premium
and will receive buck his ring. From
"The People and the Ponies," by C. F.
Peters, in Bohemlau.
Spoiled the Encore.
The nobility and gentry of Little
Plowboro were recently gathered In
the village Bchoolroom to enjoy some
tablcnux vlvants by local performers,
says Penrson'B Weekly.
The curtain had Just fallen on a
really creditable picture of the death
of Nelson, shown to slow music, when
one man, who was known to bo a
friend of tho gentleman representing
the greatest naval hero, roso and tried
Well, it is certainly difficult to de
cide what to do when every Clothing
store in town has 'the best at the
lowest price" and all "give satisfac
tion," "money back," "save you a
third to a half," &c, &c , &c.
Now, there is only one way to set
tle this perplexing question rightly,
and that is to investigate.
If you'll do this, we are right sure
that we will seli you an Overcoat.
Every Store Says Overcoats at
8. 10. 12. 15 to 25 Dollars
Every store, perhaps, has Overcoats at these fig
ures but what do these prices mean until you see the
Coats at the prices?
We're safe in saving that we've the handsomest
Overcoats the town affords.
We believe that you can do better here than else
Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
First Door North of Post Office
to make his way toward the stage.
"Keep your seats, please," said the
stage manager. "We're much obliged
for your kind applause, ladles and gen
tlemen, aud we're going to give you
the death of Nelson over again."
"Oh, are yer?" came from tho lusro's
friend. "Then If you'll tell Nelson 'Is
kitchen chimney's tture p'raps 'e won't
die so blessed llngerln'."
Ho Settled It.
An amusing story Is told at Strat-ford-on-Avon.
In the smoking room
of a hotel there an Englishman and a
Scotchman engaged In n heated argu
ment. John Hull was declaring Wil
liam Shakespeare to be the only poet
of the world, nnd Donald Mcl'herson
was standing up for his Robert Hums.
Words ran high and blows seemed
Imminent when a self confident little
commercial traveler determined to
throw oil on the troubled waters.
"tipntlemen," he said, stepping be
tween the healed disputants, "let nie
settle this amicably. Who is this
Sliakespeare-Hurns?" London Tele
graph. Crowded Out.
"I nib thirty-five years old," on
nounccd a woman of llftj'-slx at a ten
"And I am twenty-six," said the wo
man of forty-live. Then, turning to tt
girl of seventeen who stood near by.
she asked, "IIoj,v old are you, Ktlicl?"
"Oh." replied HI hoi, "according to
present reckoning, I'm not horn yet!"
While expounding to his wife the
alleged fact that men can control their
tempers better thon women can, Mr.
Illnks fell over the cat and nearly
broke his nose.
"That settles it!" he hissed. "I've
often threatened, but now I'll drown
Ills wife begged him to be merciful,
but his mind was made up.
Accordingly he placed the offending
feline, along with two large bricks,
In nu old flour sack and hastened upon
his murderous errand. On reaching
the canal ho threw in the bag with
such vigor that ho overbalanced and
fell Into the muddy water. After strug
gling for half uu hour und Incidentally
drinking half the wafer In the canal,
ho returned homo wet and weary.
At the door sat the cat.
"Well, of all" exclaimed Illnks.
"Why, I drowned the brute!"
"I don't think so," said his wife as
she let him lu. "You didn't give mo
time to tell you that there was n hole
In that bag!" London Answers.
Not a Plunger.
"This scheme of mine," said the pro
moter, "will mako you rich."
, "Maybe." said tho plain, easy golufl
man. "But If I had the money neces
sary to take the chance I'd feel'so rich
'that there would be no need of golug
any further." Washington Star.
Tho remedial effects of luughtor arc
really wonderful. Cases have been
known where n hearty laugh has ban
'lshed disease and preserved life by 0
sudden effort of nature.
The average amount of ralnfull be
low the equator Is twonty-slx Inches,
vfhlle uorth of tho line it la thirty
seven und oue-hnlf Inches.
Tlir llouv ol KuiixiiliruiKi
Waves of Water.
Waves are deceptive things. To look
at them one would gather the Impres
sion that tho whole water traveled
This, however, Is not so. The water
stays In the same place, but the mo
tion goes on. In great storms waves
nre sometimes forty feet high, and
their crests travel fifty miles on hour.
The base of a wave (the distance from
valley to valley) Is usually considered
as lKilng fifteen times the height of
the wave. Therefore a wave twenty
live feet high would have u base ex
tending .175 feet. The force of waves
breaking on the shoro ds seventeen
tons to the square Inch.
I have purchased Len Aultz's
Dray and will do all kinds of
Light Draying. Leave your
orders at Piatt & Freese Lum
ber Co., 'Phone 50.
H. I. ASHER
JJluk Hill -:- Neukaska
Wil bo in Ied Cloud Suturdnys
at Smith's barn.
BARR1NGTON HALL, THESTEEL-CUT
COFFEE, FILLS A LONG
Every coffee drinker in this town and every
one who would like to drink coffee, but who can
not drink ordinary brands, should try this widely
advertised and juftly celebrated Steel-Cut Coffee.
We have added it to our flock of high-grade
pure food groceries, because it will become im
mensely opul&r when once introduced.
When you buy a pound of Bairington Hall,
you get a pound of the best part of (he coffee
only. It is cut, not ground, into fine, even par
ticles and the bitter chaff containing the injurious
clement is removed.
Bairington Hall sells at 35 cents per pound
tin. Buy a pound try it in your home, and if
you do not agree that it is the moil delicious.
healthful and economical coffee you have ever
used, return what is left and get your money back.
All the Phones.
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