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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1908)
Our new stock of Wall
Riper is nearly all in and
we can show you all the
latest patterns and color
ings and we want every
body to come in and see
0. M. Smith returned home Tuesday Mrs. Hmauuel Fits', is on the uiuk list.
from lUrd City where he hud been visit- m. Neil of Hulde Kock was In town
ing his daughter. Wednesday.
John DurUeo of Woodbine, Iowa, has Gco B,blv nnd niother loftTllurjllhlv
accepted a position In Wolfe fc right f()r 0nIeuai Kftbi
A. 1. Hly was down from
Monday and helped operate
new moving picture machine.
Miss Nellie Jones of !lay Center Neb.
is here vhitlng at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Myers.
Pearl Mines and Mrs. Charles (Jod
sey left .Sunday for Alma whore they
will visit the parents ot the latter
County Judge Kdson was in Oxford
the first of tin week ami Uev. Cress
man was acting judge dining his lib-
II. S. Stevens and family of Wiscon
sin are moving on the place recently
vacated by Charley Turner southeast
Isaac Myers was down from Lebanon,
Kas., this week.
O. C. Teel was in (Ira ml Island on
business this week.
J. I Male returned Thursday from a
trip over In Kansas.
C. K. Quick of Hastings was in town
Thursday of this week.
A. (!. Urecn lias home grown inn pie
trees for sale. Seo him.
Mrs. (.'. J. IMatt entertained the After
noon Whist club Tuesday.
II. J. Oatman of Oak Creek was in
town the fust of the week.
Mrs. Waller of Cowles was here this
week visiting at the Simons home.
John Mvers and family left Thurs
20 Per Cent
Marry Dedrielc, who has been visiting ,iuv fot. u Visit m Cincinnati Ohio.
J .M. Hates was in Uivertoii tills
down from Law
II 0 Woods was
roncf this week.
Tin county commissioners are is ses
ion this week.
iMi.s,-. Kmma Perry is reported to be
quite sick this week.
0. P.. Whitaker of Stratum. Neb.,
was in town this week.
C. P. Uund was down from P.hie Hill
the licit of the week.
James DoWilt is movinir "11 the Joe
Took im place south of town.
F M Usirlach of Cowles was trans
".11 tin ' business in town last week.
Gr Overing and Mr. Grant were in
t.)bs a couple of days last week.
Mrs. r. H. Fort left Tuesday for a
vi.'itit with her daughters at Orleans.
C. C. Cowden returned home Satur
day from a six weeks visit in St. Joe.
Mrs. L. M. Vaime went to Guide
J.'.oek Tuesday to visit with Mr.s. Hello
Chvriey Stone.r and little son were
nowi troin Inavale the iir.st of the
.Mr and Mrs. Win. MeP.ride wore vis
aing with F.d. Gillards at Naponee,
Oh M. Fort stopped of here Monday
Miroute from Kansas City to western
. TiO III'-.
lain. Kn.aiury He Wolf, the Argus foreman,
( U .'us .itated into the M. W. A. lodge
Uu last .wok.
N A t. Tansey, who recently took the
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.re" ' irsilip 01 llie iii.i-un mum urn-
has adored his resignation and loft
st Mel.- for his homo at Chariton, la.
All kinds of
All tho Phonos
his parents here for the past week or
two. expects to return to Hillings Mon
Pnin this week.
F.tlitorTait lift the Iir.st of the week
for Kxcelsior Springs, Mo., where ho
will take a few weeks' treatment tor
Mr.s. Anna Tul leys and daughter Mr.s.
Dave Whitaker left Tuesday for strut
ton Neb., where Mrs. Whitaker expects
to m ike her future home.
Will Heed and Mrs. Wash lleod drove
down from Campbell Sunday to nutlet
a visit here with Mr. and Mr.s. George
New-house. Will returned Monday.
Pert Crow, 11. W. lioborlon, G. P..
McCall, W. II. Hratlfortl. K. T. Meiri
man and others all of Guide Hock wore
visiting in Ked Cloud the Iir.st of the
A great deal of sickness has been
in our midst the last few weeks. Dur
ing tliese sudtlen weatner cuanges ti
behooves us all not to be too expectant
for summer resort weather by discard
ing winter apparel.
Krne.st and Lloyd Mines left Wednes
day for Republican City where, they
will assist the Orleans band who give
a concert there. It. speaks well for our
band boys when otheii organizations
call on them for help and we ought to
appreciate that fact.
Marion Mercer and Paul Johnson left
Wednesday for Republican City where
they will assist in a band concert which
tlic Orleans band will give that place.
While there Mr. Mercer will confer
with several band nion with a view of
locating a leader for our band.
Congregational church Sunday. Muh.
.".', lO-ITi a. m., preaching, siibjei:'.
"Future Itetribution." 7:110 p. in.,
preaching, subject, "The Wise Pso
of Inlltieiice." Come and hear those
important subjects discussed in a prac
tical and plain way. All are made
Uev. and Mrs. K. S. Galloway and
Uev. Home Alexander, the evangelist
and singer who are holding a series of
revival meeting in Inavale, wore in
Ited Cloud Monday sightseeing with
Uev. Hill as their escort. They also
took an automobile ride over this part
of the count'.
George Johnson had a little exper
ience Monday that he says he does not
care to have repeated. lie was passing
a wagon on his bicycle when the han
dle bars slipped and George was thrown
beneath the wheels. Luckily he s
capod with only the skin on his left leg
from the knee to the ankle minus. From
last reports the plow was getting on
Albert Hayden had a great deal of
Ills furniture smashed up at Hed Cloud
last week on his way to Hastings. In
switching, the yard 'man jammed his
car into another so hard the horses were
jerked loose anil thrown back into his
other belongings, smashing a consider
able of it. Hu put in a claim for dam
ages which the inspector is consider
ing. Franklin Sentinel.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Mrs.
Mary Hrockow and daughter Lena,
ami Mrs. Sarah Hates of Superior; Mr.
and Mrs. George Wilson, Mr. and Mrs.
Gerry Wilson, of Lebanon; Mrs. L. 1$.
Hyler, of Kansas City; Mr. and Mrs.
Duke Wilson and Mr.s. Helle Gilinore,
Friend, Neb., were here in attendance
at the funeral of Mrs. Chris Zeiss Sun
The funeral services of Mr.s. Chris
Zeiss were held from the Congrega
tional church Sunday afternoon, Uev.
A. A. Cressinan conducting them. The
church was crowded to its full capacity
and a large number could not get In.
The secret societies of the city escorted
Canned Fruit & Vegetables
Am overstocked on Canned Goods
and will place on sale in my store
Saturday, Feb. 22, 1908
and continuing until stock is re
duced a large assortment of Canned
Fruits and Vegetables at 20 per
Mrs Frank Smith of Portland. Ore.. !cenj cUSCOUXlt frOHl regular PliceS.
is visiting her parents and relatives. O JT
Your opportunity to secure bargains
in canned goods. Don't forget the
date and place Feb. 22.
L. II. Hlacklcdgc was in Kansas Cit,
and other points on business this week-.
Lynk Skaggs and party of four wore
down Lebanon Thursday in an auto
the remains from church to the ceme
tery where another large crowd was
waiting to pay Its last respects to Its
departed neighbor and friend. The
funeral was on" of the largest we have
noticed for some time.
Mis. It. F. Farley antl sisterof Hindoo
wore transacting business at the county
Rudolph hehultv, who has boon quiet
sick for the past two weeks, Is able to
bo out and around again.
Commissioner Ohinstode of Guide
Hock was in town this week transact
ing business for the county.
Miss Hlauche Ferguson was down
Guide Hock this week, visiting her
sister, Mrs. W. G. Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. Hen McFarland are the
proud parents of a nice big fat baby
boy which arrived Thursday.
Judge Kdson issued marriage license
to Albert J. Fry and Miss Catherine U.
Whitaker both of lted Cloud.
The Catholic ladies gave a St. Pat
rick's day dunce and party in the
Woodmen hall Tuesday evening.
John Hansen's household goods ar
rived from Hcatrice Monthly, and he
will reside with his son, Kdward.
Orin J. Perkins of Lincoln and Miss
Georgia F. Gard of Hed Cloud were
married by Judge Kdson March 11.
Foi: S.vi.i: I have some good Tni
vorsity or Kherson seed oats.
K. J. Pk'IWMin, Inavale, Neb.
Mrs. Geo. Fentre-.s has again been
returned to the asylum at Hastings to
day, Sheriff Hedge accompanying her.
Drs. Weirick Hidtlile, Kyo, Far,
Nose aad Throat Specialists. Glasses
lltted. Over German National Hank,
Pert Morhart loft Wednesday for
Teciinisoh, Nob., called there by the
illness and death of Mr. Win. C. Muer
stetta. Dave K'aley arrived homo from Lin
coln Wednesday uiornlngaftcra weeks
visit there. Mrs. Kuloy will stay
C. K. Stevens of Hellevillo, Wis.,
moved his household goods hero Satur
day and will reside on his farm south
of the river.
C. II. Heigan of Ksbon, Kas., was the
luck j party who drew the piano at the
Catholic St. Patrick's day party at the
Miss Dellaplalne returned to her
home in Chicago Wednesday after a
few weeks' visit here with her sister,
Mrs. W. N. Itichardson.
Judge Kdson was in Hloomington
Monday evening where he attended
the reception tendered to the new
Haptist minister at that place.
Homcc H, Clemmons, foromau of the
lted Cloud Nation for the past threo
years, has accepted a position on the
Chief. We will, no doubt, have more
to say next week.
Sunday morning at the Haptist church
the theme will bo "Kncourageinent."
In the evening, "The Intercessory
Christ." Uible study will be held at
Alva Sellars' on Tuesday evening.
C. A. Wilson, pastor.
Chief Giinio Warden Carter has sue
ceodod in getting the Niobrara mili
tary reservation in Nebraska sot aside
as gamo reserve, or has practically ob
tained that, end through an order is
suod by the president of tho United
States prohibiting shooting on the
reservation. As it is already well
stock oil with small gamo it will servo
as au admirable, brooding place and
the surrounding territory will get the
benefit of tho incronso in gamo if the
statu gamo department can protect
II. K. ASHKR
15luk Hill -:- Nkhraska
Will bo in Red Cloud Saturdays
at Smith's barn.
KIIIXMATISM I'l'KKO IN A DAY.
Or.DutrlionH Hclluf forlilieiimiitlhin nnd Neural
tin ruilinilly cnri- In 1 to :t 1iih. Its nctloii upon
tho hj-Mem Ih rcmiirlmhlo him! niyMurlntiH. 11
remoVL'H ut once tlie ritiiso and iIioiIIsdbm) Im
mediately itlMiiipcarn. Tho Hrst !oko kipiuI)
lictn lltM, "." cuntt nnd II. Sold by 11. K. (linen
dniKKlM, lied Cloud.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mclntyre re
turned Monday from a few days' visit
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Papering, Painting and Interior Dec
paper hanging a specialty. Acme
Hell phone 206.
The CHIEF has the largest circulation of any
paper in Webster County.
tho Kunm after it ots on the resorva- I
tioii. Tho rof-orvation comprises 00 1
soctions of land. Tho army post upon
it has boon abandoned, but theov-l
ornmont keeps 111011 on the laud to
caro for the property. Stute Journal, 1
It is nut up under the supervision of a competent
chemist, from the finest materials possible to select,
insuring tho user light, wholesome, easily digested food.
Therefore. AMLtIET is recommended by leading
physicians and chemists.
Perfect in Quality
Economical in Use
Moderate in Price
Calumet Is bo carefully and nclcntlflcally prepared that tho
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$1,000.00 clven fr any substance In
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