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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1908)
J Mrs. A. U. Ivaley is on the hick list.
Tom Clow was down from Franklin
ftev. J. M. Hates was in Illverton
.luff Myers is homo from nn extended
J.rip in the south.
.loc Kogel cuts nothing but cele
brated Klboron leather.
Mrs. Fred Taylor and baby came
4 town from lMverton yesterday.
Charles Waddoll of Palisade. Neb.,
was in town the llrst of the week.
Ne.whouse llros. carry the complete
list of Hdison Phonograph records.
.loo McClelland was down from
liloomiuglou the first of the week.
Dresser scarfs and table covers in
' Austrian illlot work at V. New-house's.
A. Oah'sha, former secretary of
talc, w:t.s down from Lincoln the first
t" the we6k.
Dan MoDadc of Superior was in Ked
'loud the first of the week. He was
on bis way to Harwell, Neb.
M II. Pnrnham, Will Ilea ton and
('ihudc Duval were down to Kansas
Citj thu first of the week with live
V. It. Wonderly will hold a publie
ule at his place seven miles due south
of Inavalc, Tuesday, February 18.
' .See bills for particulars.
v.. S. Fuller of Kssox, la., was in the
1 city yesterday on his way to Colby,
' Kan. Ilo is a relative of the Fullers
-who live in and around Cowles.
The publishing of the petitions for
. laloon licenses, as was talked of by
j some of the. people who are opposed to
I -ahons. has been fully decided upon.
The ninth grade tool: a hay rack
1 ride out to the Harlow home, south of
' the river, Wednesday night. They
, placed games and indulged in a taffy
William Hyde of Trenton, Neb., and
:i sister from Republic City, Kan., ar
rived yesterday for a visit with their
parents who live in Oak Creek pre
cinct. All members of thu W. K. C, old
soldiurs and their wives are requested
to be present at an open meeting of
the post and corps Saturday evening.
Preaching at the Haptist church on
Sunday at Jl a. in.; theme, "Horn
Again.'" Hlble study will be held at
Mr. Alva Sellars' on Tuesduy at 7:30
p. m. " Prayer meeting in the church
on Wednesday at 7:30 p. in.
C. A. Wilson, Pastor.
M rs. Frances Waldo left this week
for Oklahoma to snend a mouth or so
with her mother, Mrs. Hampton. She
'lias been troubled much of late with
' a-luUiuatisni of the hands aud has been
unajde to do any work. It is hoped
that her visit will do her much good.
Franklin County Tribuue.
All the Phonos
Frank Cowden left for Chicago Wed
nesday. Mrs. C. M. Smith is on the sick list
Miss ltessle Abby is a Cowles visitor
Uev. J. M. Hates left today for St.
George Morhurt was a Lincoln vis
itor this week.
.1. L. Norrls' father came in to visit
him this week.
Hev. Hill of Inavale made us a pleas
ant call Tuesday.
Hugh Miner will leave for Chicago
the llrst part of next week.
W. A. Maynard from Kansas City
where he went on business.
Fred (lund of Hlue Hill was a sight
seer on our streets yesterday.
IloHCoe Weesner went to Kansas City
Sunday with three ear loads of hogs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stewart left for
Columbus, Ohio, Wednesday night.
Ladies' all wool underwear at F.
New-house's. Now is the time to buy.
W. H. Saunders is in Montana this
week looking after some business mat
ters. Hoy !nrbor left Tuesday for Hastings
where he has secured a position in a
Mrs. Hlanehe Ackeley of Omaha is
visiting at the home of her mother.
Mrs. ('. L. Winfrey.
F. L. Potter of Wilcox returned
home Wednesday after a visit with his
daughter, Mabel Potter.
After several years' absence from
lied Cloud Isaae Pnrdun is agaiu in the
city, looking hale and hearty.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wolcott of Iim
valct.u'u the parents of a baby girl,
born Saturday, February 7.
I)rs. Weiriek &. Itiddile, Fye, Far,
Nose aad Throat Specialists. Glasses
fitted. Over German National Hank,
Today is St. Valentine's day, and
as a consequence thu children arc
making frequent trips to the post
oflice. Mr. and Mrs. James Hillings of Im
perial, Neb., are the parents of a baby
girl. They were formerly residents of
Councilman MeCall, we arc pleased
to report, is much better today and
hopes are now entertained of his ulti
The city council is having the old
boiler room back of the F. and M.
bank fitted up for a "cooler" for the
drunks and disorderly element.
Alvin Stiapp and wife will leave for
Colorado soon, he having purchased a
drug store, of which he expects to
take take charge about the llrst of
The Helharz entertainers who held
forth at our opera house Tuesday even
ing were met by a goodly-si.ed, appre
ciative audience despite the inclemency
of the weather.
Mrs. Ora Hibbey returned home from
Hlue Hill Saturday, where she had
gone to take care of her aunt, Mrs.
Will Magncr, who was taken to the
Conductor W. A. Cascll and crew
have been transferred from 03 and Of
to their old run on the Oberliu branch.
Conductor Dalton, Hrakemen Strauser
and Chancy were assigned to 03 and
The Red Cloud business college ball
nine will play the Womer (Kas.) base
ball team at the Red Cloud ball park
Saturday, February 27, weather per
mitting. Game called at 2:30 p. in.
Admission 15 and -Tic.
The snow which fell Tuesday night
had entirely disappeared from our
streets by Wednesday afternoon, the
school boys having been most insist
ently industrious in throwing it away
Isaac Shepherdson of Riverton has
recovered the driving mare which hu
purchased of W. S. Reuse aud which
had strayed. He found her in a herd
of horses which were being driven
County Judge Edsoai will occupy the
pulpit at the Christian church next
Sunday morning and evening. Sub
ieets, morning, " A Plain Husiness
Troposltion"; evening, " Paul or Peri
clcs-Tho Survival of the Fittest."
J The people who are opposed to the
running of saloons in Ked Cloud are
talking of asking the city council to
submit the question to the voters of
the city and lettiug them decide what
shall be done, deeming it uufair to the
eouncilmen to require them to decide.
As February 22ml is a legal holiday
there will be no rural route service on
that day. Patrons of rural routes
wishing their mail will call at the
postofllce between the hours of 11 a.
in. aud 12 in., where thu carriers will
be on duty to wait on them.
T. C. Il.YCivi:ii, Postmaster.
W II. Tti bur and Leslie Graves are
home from a business trip to Hastings.
Lloyd Iiradbrook spent Sunday here
with his mother. Monthly he departed
for Long Island, Kas.
Hear the prelude on Abraham Lin
coln, at thu Christian church nuxt Sun
day evening. All invited.
Stock shippers wore quite active tin
first part of thu week, seventeen car
loads going to Missouri river points.
Thu ladies of the Congregational
church will hold their regular market
next Saturday, February "32, at the
The Chief is in receipt of a lengthy
communication from Farmers' creek
which is unsigned. Wu do not publish
F. S. Hcsket and family loaded up a
ear load of goods and left for Sheridan
county, Kansas. They were accom
panied by "Tootle" Saladen.
The A. O. U. W. lodge held a huge
"candidateoeeasion" at their hall Tues
day evening, Deputy Simmons having
worked faithfully in behalf of the local
Notwithstanding the fact, that it was
held in a snow storm, the sale at
Homer Thomas' yesterday was largely
attended and everything sold at good
C. F. Spence returned last evening
from Tampico, Mexico, where he had
been witli a party of hiudseekers. He
was to have met J. P. Hale and the
party who accompanied him last week,
but in some manner they failed to
make connections aud as a consequence
Mr. Spence is disappointed.
Rumors of a big business deal were
current the llrst of the week. Accord
ing to the report, William Wolfe, W.
A. Maynard and William Kngels had
formed a stock company for the pur
chase of the hardware aud implement
business of James Peterson, and we
understand that they have already be
The Modern Woodmen had an en
joyable time at their hall last evening.
Short speeches were made by Judge
Fdsou, J. C. Saylor and C. 12. Vaughan
of Guido Rock, Misses Myra Griffeth
aud Ethel Kenady sang aud the Citi
zens' Concert band rendered some ex
cellent selections. Following the pro
gram a basket supper was indulged in.
John Lockhart arrived last Friday
from Meeker, Colo., and surprised his
rolatives. He had been absent for
about eighteen years and was so greatly
changed that his mother, Grandma
Lockhart, and his sister, Mrs. .lames
Harden, failed to recognize him when
he sat down to dinner with them in
the character of a friend of Darrell
There will be a valentine sociable
given in tiiu parlors of the Methodist
church for the young people. One of
the leading features of the evening is
a postotlice, every one having the privi
lege of bringing their valentines and
posting them free of postage. Every
thing free of chnrge. Don't forget the
date, Friday evening, Feb. 11. Come
and have a good time.
Thu Red Cloud ministerial union met
.Monday afternoon with Rev. .1. M.
Hates aud listened to an admirable
paper by Father Fitzgerald on "The
Resurrection of the ''Flesh." It was
treated from the standpoint of scrip
ture reason and the authority of the
early fathers of the church, all com
bining to show that in thu life to come
man will have his body restored to
him for a condition of more complete
happiness or misery according as he
has used his earthly opportunities.
Our subscribers will kindly remem
ber that it is not a matter of choice
with us in enforcing the latest postal
ruling which- is as follows: "That to
come under the second class postage
rates subscriptions to dailies must be
paid within three months, wi:i;kmks
within onk yi:au, semi-weeklies with
in nine months, tri-weeklies within
six months, semi-monthlies within
three months and monthlies within
four months." So it is up to us to
comply rigidly, beginning the 1st of
April, 1008. See that your subscription
is paid so as to come within thu scopu
of this ruling. On and after the. aboe
dato our entire subscription list will
have a complete overhauling subject to
minute inspection by the postmaster
and subscriptions not coming within
the specified limits will bo taken oft
thu list and duns sent nut accordingly.
We have no other alternative,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
SPEGIAIi SALE DAY
FOR CASH ONLY
COMMENCING ON '
Saturday, Feb. 8, iqo8,
Wc will make Saturday a special sales day for four weeks in
order to reduce our stock for spring goods.
We will make a Special Discount
of 10 per cent on all
BUGGIES, CARTS, PLOWS,
GAS ENGINES. LISTERS,
PUMPS and TANKS
Also on all work done in the shop on those special days
FOR CASH ONLY.
WOLFE & WRIGHT,
ftlacksmlthlng and Repairing. Red Cloud, Nebr-
What Affected the Wator Supply.
It was market dnj. A .voting wo
man who works In a downtown oilicc
building had hurried to (he busy mart
where a coHkcumi was once; planned
and had purchased Sunday supplies.
A, big water lank stood In one corner
of the olllee where she' Is employed.
She had seen a man put Ice in It for
drinking water. That would he Just
tho place for her provender.
The demure young woman's employ
er had sougnt to lave his thirst, but
he set the cup down quickly. Ho
shook with anger at tho Iceman. The
demure one quaked with fear. Angry
eyes met timid eyes. Then came the
"I'm awful sorry. Mr. ," she
quavered', "but I thought (hero was (
some KllHl or u iiiiug-u-iui-jig in mere
that would keep it from"
She burst iuto tears. He lifted tho
Mil, anil there met his gaze n bunch
of celery, young onions, radishes, n
pound of hut tor, lard, veal cutlets and
some left uce.
Ho did not stop to see the rest, as ho
lighted a big, strong, black cigar. In
Hard to Please.
As Miss Lamson arrayed herself for
the meeting of the Harvest Gleaners
she expressed her mind freely and ful
ly to her Aunt Fuulce. "If they try
to make mo secretary again I shall up
aud tell them Just what I think of
them," shu said, with great decision.
"Sho!" remarked Aunt Fuulce, who
had learned not to waste words.
"1'cs, 1 Khali," Insisted Miss Lam
son. "Here I've worked for them for
ten splld years, and they've never even
suggested getting anybody else to take
the burden from my shouhlers. Its
On Mlss-Lninson's return Aunt Eu
nice east one glance at her niece aud
then put In her word of sympathy.
''l'uor child, they've Imposed on you
again!" she said In her soothing voice.
"Imposed on me!" cried Mhs Lam
son, u dull flush rising to her cheek
bones. "I should think they had! I
declined the nomination, aud (hoy
elected that little Robins woman right
over my head. Hut there's no such
thing as gratitude no wndayH." Youth's
Wonderful Bird Flights.
A naturalist says that perhaps tho
longest continuous flight made by birds
in (heir migrations Is accomplished by
some of (he shore and water birds Unit
nest la tho Islands of Holing sea aud
spend the winter at Hawaii and Kan
ulng island, 2.200 miles away. As some
of these birds Mvo entirely on the
shore and aru probably unable to rest
on the surface of water, they must ac
complish the whole distance in a sin
gle Ulght. Yet thoy inako their way
to their destinations with absolutu pre'
clslon. M ontreal Star.
"Well, what are you doing there?"
asked thu lady, addressing a train)
who had Just climbed a tree In time
to escape a savngo bulldog.
"Madam," replied tho hobo, "It was
my Intention to ask for a handout, but
in the interest of humanity I uow re
quest you give any surplus food you
may have ou hand to my canine friend
down there." Chicago Newu.
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Hill -:- Nebraska
Will bo in Rod Cloud Saturduys
nt Smith's barn.
In J. Phone
We would call your
attention to our
which is full and com
plete. We make a
- specialty of catering
to the wants of the
PUBLIC in the Gro- .
eery line. Our Store
is FULL OK
Good Things to Eat
Don't fail when in
town to call and see
us in Damerell Block
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