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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1907)
Jutnt-s IVUtmuj 5s in Chicago on busi
ness Mrb. 1,. A Hush ins is on the sick list
County Judge Rdson is on the sick
list Hit- wu'k.
A H K.v'ey has gone to Klk Creek
to speml the winter.
Mr- .1 H Railey visited relatives .it
utile Unek scstcrday.
Cuarhy and dohn Turner left Tues
day for Mratton. Nelir.
I'nele Tod l'uul of Cowles was visit
iti; in lied ('loud yesterday.
A eluh danee was given at the Ma
sonic hall Saturday evening.
Mr K I.. I'errynnui is somewhat
Mnder the weather this veck.
Horn to Mr. mid Mrs. V. IS. Kulton
lust Monday, ii bouncing hoy.
V'jtronue tile. Husiness Men's I .ve
in r- 'our-.e. Thursday, Dee. 1'Jth.
Mf Win. I'rahtn was a 111 tie Hill
visitor ; eterday, returning Unlay.
Attorney .1.0. Saylor left Wednesday
uiflht on a hus'mei.s trip to Omaha.
Mrs ha rah Kiddle of Strrsburg, Mo.,
is iisit:ng Mr. and Mr.-. .1. .1. Carey.
Jerome Wright of Hebron was visiting
with o'd friends in lied Cloud Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. C. II. Minerentertained
tin Junior Wliistclub Tuesday evening.
Ur- I'hns Hesse this week purchased
.i tfG0 Autopiano of G. V. Argabright.
Front room for rent over Storey's
clothing store. Inquire of .Jns.McGuire.
Corn to Mr. and Mrs. Kltner Komi
Wednesday, a hoy of the usual weight.
Nelson UanU is here from MeCook
for a visit of a few days with relatives.
Harvey Reitor of Republican City
was- .i lied Cloud visitor last Friday.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Yost
Mnturday evening, a boy of the usual
A new tloor was put in the grocery
-department of Turuure Rros.'storelast
Mr. f!has. Potter has been visiting
J his week with her daughter Hertha in
Paul Phares has accepted a position
with the Argus and commenced work
The public schools of Republican
City have been closed on account of
The Ragle lodge of the city held
their annual election of oiheers Wednes
Alfred Hadcll wont to St. Joseph,
Mo . the first part of the week on a
The V. K. O.'s will hold their Christ
mas bazaar on December Kith and 14 th
at th.- Fair store.
I V.. Throne has succeeded N. 1.
Klowgard as stenographer for Attorney
I. 11 r.laek ledge.
It. S. Marsh and family have gone to
Aliles City, Mont., where they will re
side in the future.
The Modern Woodmen of America
hold their election of officers next
Mrs. J. L. Miner gave a party Mon
day evening in honor of Dr. Robert
Dm. Creighton, Mitchell and Nelson
(Successors to John Griffoth)
Staple and Fancy
A full assortment of Seasonable
Goods kept in Stock.
Call and Sec Us. We will try to
425 Webster Street.
toll phone MM. lad- phone 11
joined the Kagle lodge at their meeting
A bun-eating contest is to be held
at Mabel IJvans' school five miles north
of town this evening.
Mrs. A. Walker is very ill with blond
poisoning at the home of her son Irvin
northwest of Inavale.
Mrs. Marion Mercer returned Satur
day at noon from a visit with her par
ents at Gibbon, Nebr.
Khine Hirkner returned to his home
in lied Cloud the first of this week after,
an absence of three years.
Hoy Hutchison left Wednesday for
Hastings, where he will spend a few
days visiting with relatives.
How about a good time? Are you
having it? No? Well hear the Apol
lo (Quintette mid Hell Ringers.
Miss Louise Hates came down from
Lincoln last week to visit her father
and many friends a few days.
Do you love good music? Yes? Well,
patronize the Husiness Men's Lect
ure Course Thursday, Dee. 1'Jth.
M. (!uy of Guide Hock was in Red
Cloud yesterday, lie reports the loss
of sixty head of hogs from cholera.
Arc we downhearted? No? We are
going to hear the Apollo Quintette
and Hell Ringers Thur.sd y, Dee. 12th.
Miss Maliel Hotter, niece of Clerk of
the District Court Hutchison, spent
Thanksgiving visiting with relatives at
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hunt returned
Monday evening from their Thanks
giving visit with Mrs. Hunt's sister at
The Apollo Quintette and Hell Ring
ers at the opera house Thursday,
Dee. lath, at 8:.'I() p. in. He sure and
Misses Ruby White and Gretchen Ma
scr returned to their home in Franklin
Sunday after a few dayb' visit with Miss
Geo. Knodel feft Sunday for Marys
ville, Kansas. He will spend a few
days there and then go to his home
Mrs. C. II. Swartz and daughter
Y' Ola left for Alma the first of the
week for a weeks' visit with friends
Roy Garber severed his connection
with the Chief Saturday, and has been
working this week for Albright llros.'
Wolf hunts are very much in vogue
around Franklin just now. Last week
five were killed. There is to be anoth
er on December 7th.
Will and Grant Itiiiley, who recently
went west to look for work, write home
that they do not like that country and
expect to return soon.
Mrs. T. C. Hacker left Saturday for
a visit with relatives at her old home
in Nemaha county, Kansas, and is ex
pected back ne.t week.
The new house being erected by T. H.
Leonard of Riverton in the Piatt .addi
tion will be occupied by Ernest Grave
as soon as it is completed.
Mrs. .1. I). Crans left Saturday for
ExcdMor Springs. Mo., for medical
treatment. On her return she will be
accompanied by her father.
Mrs. Frank McClintie, who has been
suffering from a chicken bone which
became lodged in her throat Thanks
giving is slowly recovering.
A. It. Sellarsof the Red Cloud Invest
ment Co. and Horace ltrown left Tues
day on a land-buying expedition tothu
Panhandle country in Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Crone- returned
the first of the week to their home at
York after a visit of several days with
their daughter, Mrs. Frank Peterson.
Ted Harris, who had his collar bone
broken during the football game at
Itlomnington three weeks ago, was
thrown from a buggy Friday and again
The machinery nt tho waterworks
has been freshly painted and otherwise
slicked up and now presents a much
more neat and cleanly appearance than
Clarence Young of Cowles, aged 20,
was adjudged insane, by the insanity
hoard last Friday and was taken to the
state insane asylum Saturday by Slier
Lost, near the farm of J. M. Pur
gesb four miles northwest of Inavale,
a fur glove. A liberal reward will be
given for the return of the same to
Darley Plumb has returned home af
ter a visit of several days with his bro
ther Herbert at Des Moines, la., who
is studying for the ministry at Drake
Mr. and Mrs. I, Frisbie returned on
Wednesday from University IMnco,
where they have been visiting with
I their daughter and sou-in-law, Mr. and
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Thi Kind You Have Always Bought
Signaturo of '
Mrs. Harvey Cox.
Perry Karg brakctnun on the Hurling
ton moved his household goods down
from Oxford Saturday and he and his
wife are now comfortably settled in
the Mrs. Meltride proporty.
The Ladles' Aid society of the MethJ
odlst Episcopal church will give a tea;
in the church parlors from .':( to s.mi
o'clock p. m. next Friday evening, De
cember HI. Everybody welcome.
Mr. and Mis. .loliu Kaufman living
north of Itladeii. came down Sunday
torn visit with their daughter. Mrs. .1.
E. Yost. Mr. Kauluuin returned home
Monday and his wife is still here.
If you should happen to meet a man
who resembles the pictures nf Win. Me
Kinlcy on our streets don't get fright
ened; it is no ghost; it is L.P.AIhright.
He has had his mustache removed.
Found, in front of Doc Nelson's
livery barn Wednesday morning, case
containing bicycle tools. Owner can
have same ly calling at Chief olUee.
proving property and paying for this
A convention of the school teachers
of the county is to he held at Hlue Hill
in the Ceristiau church, Friday Decem
ber l.'l. at 8:01) oclock p. in. and at Red
Clone in the High School building tin
following after noon at tl:. o'clock.
The prngams will appear next week.
A letter from 11. .1. Clark ad fees us
of a change in his post office address
from Arhorville to Polk, Nebr., on ae
count of a change in rural routes, mid
further gives us the news of the arri
val at their home of a new 1 1-pound
hoy who arrived Wednesday last week.
Evangelist Lampinof Illinois will lie
gin a series of revival meetings at the
United Hrethren church next Sunday
morning to continue for an indefinite
time, services beginning at 11 o'clock a.
in. and 7:.10 o'clock p. in. Special song
servico Sunday uvening at 7 o'clock.
Your presence is desired.
Professor Gettis of University Place,
field secretary of the Weslcyali Uni
versity, delivered a lecture at tho'Mcth
odist church last evening on "Muscle.
Money and Mind." There was a large
attendance, in spite of there being an
other attraction that evening, and the
lecture was said to be very entertain
ing. The Eagle lodge of this city received
on Monday the smaller of the two eag
le recently sent, away to be stuffed
and mounted. The bird measures s.
and one-half feet from tip to tip of the
wings and is now .suspended in the
Eagles' hall. Roth the eagles were
killed near Red ( loud and presented to
the lodge as souvenirs.
"The Two Orphans" was presented
at the opera house last evening by the
Fred G. Conrad company with Eugene
Moore as leading man, to a crowded
house. The play came well recommend
mended, and deserves fully every word
that has been said in praise of it. The
audience appeared to be greatly
pleased witli the production.
Miss Fisher Shlpp, reader and so
prano soloist, is 1) y nature
and training a most delightful enter
tainer. She will be with the Apollo
Quintette and Hell Ringers Thursday,
Dec. lath. Every member of this
company is a well known artist and
will give the best entertainment of its
kind ever given in Red Cloud.
The Illoomington Champions will
play tee Husiness College football team
on next Friday afternoon December 12
th. It will be a great game. Roth are
heavy teams and have made good rec
ords this season. Rlooiuington held
the championship of town teams of the
Republican valley. This game will de
cide the all chompionship of southern
Tho Apollo Quintette and Hell Ring
ers, Thursday evening, Dec. latli. The
third number of The Husiness Men's
Lecture Course and one of the very
best. Red Cloud should fill every seat
in the opera house and hear the well
known and popular organization.
The very best of its kind on the road
Unlay. Reserved seats f0c, general ad
mission 35c. On sale at Ilattie Morris
on's Fair Store.
The Apollo Quintette and Hell Ring
ers is the third number of the high
grade lecture course, guaranteed by
a few business men of Red Cloud for
the entertainment of our people. So far
the venture has been a dismal failure
financially, which is rather discourag
ing. Wo would like to see a packed
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 t.atisfac
tion," "money back," "save yon a
third to a half," &t, &c , &C.
Now, there is only one way to set
tle this perplexing question lightly,
and that is to investigate.
If you'll do this, we are right sure
that we will seli yon an Overcoat.
Every Store Says Overcoats at
8. 10, 12. 15 to 25 Dollars
livery store, perhaps, has Overcoats at these fig
uresbut 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
where -but INVESTIGATE.
Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
First Door North of Post Office
house for the attraction and firmly be
lieve everybody will be satisfied.
Seats are on sale at Ilattie Morrison's
Dr. Warrick, the specialist, will
meet eye, ear, nose and throat patients
and those needing glasses properly
lltted at Ur Damerell's otlicu Tuesday,
"Crotnuplo" at Fulton Grocer Co.
See I-. A. Ilaskius for line potatoes.
Good thing to eat at Fulton Grocer
Ruth Warren will do your burnt,
Some bargains in canned goods at
Fulton Grocer Co.
See Ruth Warren for all kinds of
burnt, wood supplies.
I'hreo eats lump coal for sale, ?7.fi) per
on if oid in ten days. .1.0. Caldwell.
Din. W ir.ck & Huldile, Eye, Ear.
'ose and I'hroat. Specialists. Glasses
lilt d Over Gorman National Rank,
I.loyd Hradhook will leave soon for
hong Island, Kuns., where he has a
position in a lumber yard.
The Red Cloud Husiness College, will
hold a banquet at th.i Royal Hotel
ibis evening in honor of their football
squad. All the students connected
with the football team will lie present.
Mr. and Mrs. David Whitaker have
returned from Rrush, Colo., and we
understand will again take up their
G. S. Albright and W. A. Olson tiro
in Riverton today.
To the lovers and Learners of Good Mu
sic of Red Cloud and Vicinity.
The Red Cloud Husiness College has
again made a step toward tho advance
ment of success by securing tho ser
vices of Mrs.Mattio Ilundornp who is
known throughout tho couutry for her
talent as a musician.
She is a eoruotist, teaching the samo
and is a to oherof tho violin, mandolin,
guitar, and piano,
Tho music studio is in connection
with tho college and all those wishing
instruction on any of the above instru
ments will ploaso call at the college
olllco and tn-iko arraugemoute, Hero
Is a chance to learn music at home.
The Name Saratoga.
The original mime of Saratoga was
"Scrachtaguo." About tho middle of!
the eighteenth century It was "Sarngh
togc." During tho administration of
Governor Lclslcr It was "Sarachtoge."
Isn't this quaint from 11189:
Upon yo ncwB yt throo Fcoplo nhould be
lctld nt Unrtol Vromnns at Surachtoga by
Resolved by yo Convention yt 1.1 ot
Jocli I m Btaetn forwlth goo with ton men
to Saraclitogo to eo how yo matter In, &
brhiK us an nccompt with yo Ilrst, & yt
ho Clto send a Post hither with yo Udo
lnjjs. Spelling reformers would bo delighted
with "klld." And "ye" Is shorter than
"the," and "yt" la shorter than
"that." "Goo" Is expansive, but "for
wlth" for "forthwith" Is u contraction.
Schoolcraft thinks that Bnrntoga is de
rived from the Indian words "Assa
nit" sparkling, and "ogn" place.
Now York Press.
llir I Iimiv ill Kuux'iiliciirtf
"You let him hug you in the con
servatory." "I did not. I made him remove his
urm every time the music In the ball
room Htopped." I.oulsvlllo Courier
I have purchased Len Anltz's
Dray and will do all kinds of
Light Draying. Leave your
orders at Piatt & Frcese Lum
ber Co., 'Phone 50.
I-I. H. ASHER
Blue Hili. -:- Ni-hra.sk a
Will ho iii lied Cloud Saturdays
at Smith's bain.
Don't Buy Land nor Loan
Money on Real Estate
without getting one of 'feel's
perfect Abstracts of Title. The
oldest and most reliable set of
Abstract books in Webster Co.
810,0(0 b itid tiled and approved.
Rcpn seats six of the best In
surance companies doing busi
ness in the state.
LOANS MADE on CITY PROPERTIES
O. C. TEEL,
Red Cloud, Nebr.
Oltlcm In Overlng Block.
Phones: Boll 98, Farmors36
RED CLOUD, - NEBR.
Canon City, Sunnside,
and Genuine Nigger
You may bo particular or what
some call "cranky," but OUR
COAL will please you.
Our coal is clean and "we deliver
BolTol.GO. Rural Tel. 71
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