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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1907)
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Hocking horses at (Jotting'.
Mr. Krrett is seriously ill.
Mr Whuaton is serioiihly ill
Dolls cabs, cradles, etcatCotting's.
'The iloyot force was cut ."undny
owing to Mack business.
Traveling Engineer llailev of Mo
,'oolc was in town Monday
Nfwhoijst Hros. carry the tvmnVto
list of IMiviu Phonograph record-..
Mr. Jut- Mci'uno of Bladen was
visiting relatives in Red Cloud Mon
MooreV N'ou-Lcakublc Fount. 'n I'cn
he.t. Sold hy Cotting, tbodrug-
pile with tha Pnn'
Lawi of orerjr Statu.,
lVrry Karg was helping ' the
switch yards here Sunday and Mon
day. Any l-M win Phonograph record do
s'm'il may be obtained of Newhouse
Kn'iutr t7."n died at Franklin Saturday
by h blow off valve becoming stuck
(J W Hoard, (J. Y. M., was sick the
tirst of the week, but has gone to
The I" K. O.'s will hold their Uhrist
m.v bazaar on December l.'tth and 1 tth
at thi Fair store.
Mrs. K L. Perry, who has betn
sick- for the past week is able to be
A biuskot supper was given at Miss
Mabel Kvans' school north of townfc'ri
Itoone Saunders has been enjoying
the pleasures of a siege of rheumatism
during the past week.
Mr 0. 11. Swartz and daughter
Y'Olla returned Sunday from a week's
visit with relatives at Alma.
The city council met in session Sat
urday night. Their proceedings will
be found on another page.
Mrs. L. H. Fort returned Friday eve
ning after a ten days' visit with chil
dren living at Orleans, Nebr.
Walter C. Cox returned Friday night
from Friend, Nebr., where he has just
completed a contractor electric wiring.
Uhas Smith of (Juide Rock underwent
-an operation for hernia Tuesday at the
-homo of his father-in-law, K. Uobbins.
Misn Louise Hates left Monday for
Hustings and Lincoln after a few days'
visit with her father and friends at
li'rwl Hummel, formerly of Red Cloud
but now of Hot Springs, S. IV, is here
visitiug friends and expects to remain
for .several weeks.
Mrs. Joseph Warren left this morn
ing for Washington, la., in response to
a telegram announcing the death of a
sister at that place.
Mr and Mrs. Frank Smith took their
daughter Lulu to Lincoln Thursday
morning in the hopes of the trip bene
fiting their daughter's health
.Josias Lmnbert of Smith Center will
sell forty head of Poland-China iiogs
eligible to record at Inavale. Neb., Dee.
ai, consisting of 10 males and 30 gilts.
Owiug to a leaking boiler at the elec
tric light plant, the city remained en
veloped in deep, damp, gloomy black
ness all Tuesday night, save for what
light a faintly discernible moon afford
ed. Moral: Keep your gas or kerosene
lamps trimmed and ready to burn.
Last Friday evening Mrs. L. H.
Klackiedge opened her house to the
Episcopal Sunday-school. Games were
played and refreshments served and a
Jolly good time was greatly enjoyed
by tho whole school.
A series of evangelistic meetings
commenced at the United Hrethreu
church last Sunday morning in charge
of F.vangelist Lampin of Illinois, to
continue indefinitely. The meetings
are still in progress and are drawing
Jrge crowds. Rev. Mr. Lampin is a
power in thb pulpit. Do not fail to hear
htm. The meetings will continue next
Public sales are becoming numerous
again. We have noticed bills adver
tising seven public sales before Jan. 1,
jn the vicinity of Red Cloud. Do not
forget when yon are ready to order
bills printed that tho Chief office is
prepared especially for that class of
-work, our charges are reasonable and
vrc now have-help enough that we can
deliver your work promptly. i
We understand that a change in the
Burlington's time card will take effect
next Suuday, by which tho time of No.
J 3, the westbound morning train, is
changed to 0:10 o'clock a. in., and that
of No. If., tho westbound evening train,
to 7:20 o'clock p. in., each arriving and
Icaviug an hour earlier.
Chas. Spence of llladen was in
Cloud on business Tuesday.
Snow foil yesterday afternoon for
several hours, but it melted almost as
fast as it fell.
Superintendent Oscar Hurroughs of
the electric light plant was in Franklin
'Pickings From Puck" is to be pre
sented as the opera house tonight by
Dubiusky Hros. It is a musical comedy.
The. Apollo Quintette and Hell Ring
ers held forth at the opera house yes
terday evening and drew a fair-sized
A fistic encounter of short duration
on tho. street Tuesday furnished excite
ment for those who happened to be
The Rebecca lodge will meet Thurs
day, December 10. All members are
requested to be present, as business of
importance is to be transacted.
The Episcopal Sunday school spent a
pleasant evening with Miss Gertrude
Hlackledge last Friday evening. Miss
Louise Hates of Lincoln was the guest
What About Christmas
The football game which was to be
played here this afternoon between the
Hloomington town team and the Red
Cloud Husiness College was called off
by the former, and consequently no
game will be played.
Beware of "Factory Cost" Prices.
I can't sell new pianos at factory cost
and remain in business, but I can and
wim. sell them as close as anyone. I
nuv my pianos, and they will not be
"shipped back to factory." I expect
to bki.i. them. Comiwiu: i-iucks before
you buy. Take your time.
(i. V. AltUAHKIUIIT.
Potter Block, upstairs.
"Cromaplo" at Fulton Grocer Co.
See L. A. Huskin- for fine potatoes.
May Face Old Charge or Murder.
Omaha, Dec. 7. Joe Williams, col
ored, who Is charged with poisoning
his wife's family In Omaha fiftoen
years ago, lesuiting in uio ueaui or a
small boy. is now under arrest at
Georgetown, near Seattle, Wash., on a
similar charge. He will probably he
brought to Omaha to answer tho
charge of murder.
E. P. Reynolds, Jr., Dead.
Wymore, Doc. 10. E. P. Reynolds,
jr., a pioneer railroad builder and one
of the most prominent citizens of Wy
more, died after two years of ill
health. He 13 survived hy a wife, two
sisters and two brothers. Tho body
was taken to Rock Island for inter
ment. Editor Rhode Dead.
Plattsmouth, Doc. 10. Gustavo P.
Rhode, for several years city editor
of tho Plattsmouth Daily News, died
here, after an Illness of several weeks,
of tuberculosis of the throat. A wife
and three children survive him. H
was twenty-seven years old.
FAMILY? ? ?
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Men's, Boys9 and Childrens Suits and Over'
coats, Shoes, Hats and Caps.
Men's Suits $550 to 2500 All good reliable goods and backed by our guarantee.
Men's Overcoats $550 to 30.00 - Meltons, Vinccnncs, Kerseys, Friezes and Furs.
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The Kind You Have Always Bought
Don't Buy Land nor Loan
Money on Real Estate
without getting one of Teel's
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oldest and most reliable sot of
Abstract books in Webster Co.
810,000 b md tiled and approved.
Reprt'8ents six of tho best In
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LOANSNADE on CITY PROPERTIES
O. C. TEEL,
Red Cloud, Nebr.
Office In Ovcrlng Block.
Phonos: Bell 98, Farmnrn3B
We invite Christmas shoppers to visit our store. We are sure you will find what you want.
The Cooiden-Kaley Clothing Go.
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th of Postoffice
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mediately dlHappearH. The Unit dose greatlj
benrflts, 73 cms and II. Sold by H. K.diuoB
drugflst. Rod Cloud
Good thing to oat at Fulton Grocer
Ruth Warron will do your burnt
Some bargains in cannod goods at
Fulton Grocer Co.
Seo Ruth Warren for all kiuds of
burnt wood supplies.
Three cars lump coal for sale, 7.50 per
ton if sold in ten days. J. O. Caldwell.
Drs. W.irick & Riddllo, Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat Specialists. Glasses
Iftt'd. Over Gorman National Bank, .
RED CLOUD, - NEBR.
Canon City, Sunnyside,
and Genuine Nigger
You may bo particular or what
some fall "cranky," but OUR
COAL will please you.
Our coal is clean and wo deliver
Be I Tol. GO. Rural Tol. 71
W. E ASHER
Hill -:- Nebraska
Will bo in Rod Cloud Saturdays
ut Smith's barn.
Candies 10 to 50c per pound.
Nuts 20 to 25c per pound.
(Cheaper in large lots.)
Oranges, Apples and Bananas.
Ben Davis Apples $1.50 bu.
Fine Baldwins and Genetins
50c per peck.
High Patent Flour $1.35.
Second Grade $1.25.
All tho Phones
(Successors to John Griffetu)
Staple and Fancy
A full assortment of Seasonable
Goods kept in Stock.
Call and See Us. We will try to
425 Webster Street.
Bel) phono 10.!, Ind. phono 14
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