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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1908)
, Noxall Bordeaux
It will protect your fruit
from moths, wormo, scabs.
i LOCAIETTES 1
Another nice shower Tuesday morn
ing. Hoy Rife left Friday for Ins homo in
Don l.ayles was up from Guide Rock
Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rent, last
1'Viday, a boy.
Miss Tilly Moody is a Rlue Hill
visitor this week.
Sid Longtin and wife were Reatrice
Arthur Roy and wife are visiting at
the home of County Clerk Ross.
(Jirl wanted at tho Ron Ton for gen
eral house work. W. S. Rense.
W. R. Saunders has gone to Redford,
Mo., for a visit with his parents.
B'or Sale Typewriter, practically
new. Enquire at Newhouse Rros.
Geo. Davis and Max Fentress have
returned to the navy at San Francisco.
Marvin Emigh of Lincoln was in Red
Cloud Sunday visiting with Dr. Emigh
Dena Karns Sundayed with her
cousins, the Shultz's, returning to
Wanted A girl for general house
work. Inquire Mrs. l'hares, at F.
Fred Turnure has purchased the
corner lots on Eight and Cedar streets
of J. F. Winters.
Lowell Robbins left Wednesday for
Sloldrege where he has accepted a posi
tion in the marble works.
J. V. Hill and wife, father and
mother of Mrs. F. R. Mandeville, ar
rived from Chicago Monday evejiing.
Lucien White came in from Wayne,
jS'ebr., Wednesday morning on his way
to The Tepee
with every $2.00 cash
For every 20 dozen Eggs
All the Phonos
to Wichita, Kansas, where he content
plates buying a barber shop.
Campbell Rros. circus next Monday.
iJohny Hart has returned from Okla
homa where he haft been visiting rela
tives. John Mut. went to Lincoln Sunday
Fred Ound of Rlue Hill was in the
R. J. Crozier of Stillwater township
made tts a pleasant call Wednesday
Wanted to buy a good 1200 or 1400
pound work horse. Mrs. Pharos, atF.
Last Sundav was as nice an Easter
Sunday as could have been created to
suit the most exacting.
The receipts of the M. E. ladies aid
society for the dinner and supper
served last Saturday were $IS0.
Will White has purchased a bicycle
with rail attachment which he intends
using going to and from work.
The ladies of the Congregational
church will have their monthly market
April anth at Fulton's grocery store.
Drs. Weirick & Riddile, Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat Specialists. Glasses
fitted. Over German National Rank,
Having just put in some new script
type we are prepared to do fancy
printing wedding invitations, com
mencement programs and any other
stationery requiring the use of script
L. II. Rlacklcdge has been employed
by the county board of Furnas county
to assist in the prosecution of the mur
der case of State vs Stevens. This
comes up at tho June term of court at
The theme for the morning service
at the Raptist church next Sunday will
be "Sauetiflcation," in the evening
"The Costly Journey." Rible study at
Dr. Raines on Tuesday at 8 p. in. C.
A. Wilson, pastor.
Etna I. Houghtaling of Almcna, Kas.
to Rhoda E. Reardslee Smith County,
Kas., daughter of Ferry Reardslee,
were married Sunday at the bride's
home by Rev. Geo. Hummel. The
happy couple will make their home at
Another wrestllug match will be
pulled off here in about two weeks be
tween George Gion of Aurora, Neb.,
and Clias. Rlakcr of Table Rock, Neb.
Tliis will be an interesting match as
both men have won several wrestling
Mrs. Harriet S. MacMurphy, food
inspector for the Nebraska Food,
Dairy and Drug Commission was in the
city Monday and made us a pleasant
call. Mr. MacMurphy was one of the
old time newspaper men of Nebraska,
ne furnished the first hand press that
was used in printing the Ohief.
A base ball team of Red Cloud came
down Monday and took the Lebanon
team in by a score of 5 to 0. They
then moved on to Smith Center, ami
won a game there, the score being 0 to
4. These sons of the mighty chieftain
may be after the scalps of other teams,
but we have lost track of them.
Easter services at the Congregational
church were observed by Rev. Cress
man preaching a special sermjn to the
local Knight Templars, who turned
out in full uniform. A number of out
of town knights also attended the ser
vices. The church was beautifully de
corated with Easter Lillics and other
(lowers. Rev. Cressman's sermon was
enjoyed by all.
The wrestling match at the Tepee
Tuesday evening was well attended.
However, Gcorgo Gion proved too
strong for our Richard McDonald. The
match was referecd by Frank Rlacha
of TableRock. Toward the close of tho
evening's entertainment tho referee
and Gion wrestled -for a little side
money, the former winning two falls
out of three.
Ed Ovcring's gasoline engine had a
little fun with the boys Wednesday
morning by permitting its exhaust to
blow up tho barrel through which it
passed. There is never any way of tell
ing whether a gasoline engine is in a
docile or frantic mood until it gets
through performing capers that are
beyond the ken of men and then it is
usually too late to use "an ounce of
The third silver medal contest under
the auspices of the W. C. T. U. will be
held at theChristian church Friday
evening, May 1st. A class of seven
young ladies, tho major portion school
teachers, wlll enter the contest for the
medal. Music for the evening will be
furnished by a male quartet and a
young ladies' quartet. There will also j
be several childrens' solos. Admission I
15c; children under 13, 10c,
Ruben Schult. is on the sick list.
Attorney Sutherland of Nelson was
in town today.
Rev. Hates returned from St. l'aul
the first of the week.
A surprise party was given for
Andrew Saladeu last night.
O. E. Ramey shipped a carload of
hogs Sunday to the river market.
The ninth grade had a piciie yester
day afternoon in Eshelman's grove.
Clyde Muzzy of Lenora, Kas., is the
guest of Dr. Nelson and family this
Wilbur Peterson has accepted it posi
tion with l'aul Storey in the clothing
Oscar Rurroughs went to Alma Tues
day night to attend the funeral of Mrs.
J. E. Cunningham and family of
Grand Island have moved to I'cd
Mrs. C. M. Smith has gone to St.
Francis, Kas., for a visit with her
Miss Pearl 1 lines went to Alma
Tuesday night to attend the funeral of
The Red Cloud High School base ball
team went to Franklin this morning
to play ball.
Miss Mary Damerell returned to Lin
coln the first of the week, where she
is studying music.
Rev. Edmoud Cressman of Lawrence,
Kas., are visiting with Rev. A. A.
Cressman and family.
J. O. Rntler returned from Ohio
Tuesday, where he had been to attend
the funeral of his mother.
Tlie Eagles gave their last dance of
the season Wednesday night, which
was enjoyed by all present.
There will be Easter services at the
Episcopal church next Sunday as Mr.
Rates had to be in St. l'aul last Sun
day Emery DeWolfe, foreman of the
Argus oflice, went out in the countty
Wednesday for a visit with R. J.
Crozier and family.
Mrs. E. II. Cook of Okmulgee, Okla.,
arrived in tho city last night for an
extended visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Cook. Mr. Edward II. Cook has
sold his drug business in Okmulgee
and is now looking for a ' location in
Tlios. Emracrton left Tuesday for
Omaha where he goes to take eye
treatment from the eye specialist, Dr.
Gi fiord. Mr. Emmcrton has been
troubled with poor eye-sight for years
and lately got so bad that he could not
distinguish the features of friends or
relatives. Wc hope ho may return
with an eyesight clean as crystal.
C. W. Nelson from Jewell Junction,
Iowa, has been secured to lead the
Citizen's Rand and will take charge
May 1st. He is a solo elaranctist of
national reputation and has played in
Sousa's and In lies' bands for the last 2.r
years. lie is making this change on
account of his wife's health which is
very poorly. The Red Cloud band is to
be congratulated on securing his ser
vices. Easter services at the Baptist church
were very impressive. The choir fur
nished extra music appropriate for the
occasion and all the music was well
reudered and entered into with a spirit
that helped much to make tins entire
service alive with interest. Rev. Wil
son preached a very helpful sermon on
"The Naturalness of Christ's Resur
rection." showing that his resurrection
wasu necessary sequence of his very
being as it "was not possible that he
should be holden of death"; that the
believer's resurrection is a necessary
sequence of the union with His life.
The ladies of the church had lined the
pulpit with handsome flowers. Rev.
Wilson being a lover of flowers, in ex
pressing his appreciation for what the
ladies had done, paid a tribute to the
Standard Goods. No
stencils here and prices
are right. The place is
- Potter Building
Now. Mr. Young Man, from fifteen years
of ago upwards, we've something to say to
If you appreciate extreme styles and smart
Iciulcs in the cut and '.ailoring of a suit.
You're the chap
we want to see!
We've some snappy tilings to show, that
the Young Man that kit iws, will appreciate.
New Cheviots and Casslnieres In swell and
Coats slightly form fitting, witli wide soft
rolls. Pocket tlaps on Coat and Vest, Cuffs
on Coat, Vest cut rather low.
Trousers with or without eufVs. Not a
single style Itinlc omitted.
$8, $10, $12, $15 to $18
The Young Man, who is not
what will be worn this season,
learn by coming to see our New Spring Suits TheHou ..( Kuppcnhtiraei
The Comden- Haley Clothing Gompany
FIRST DOOR NORTH OF POSTOFFICE.
A B G Goods
ASK FOR AI.LKN'8 FOOT KA8K. A I'OtYDRH
It makes walking canjr. Ciiich cortm. bunions,
lugrowltiK nail. Hwollen and MvettlliiK feet At
nllilruKglHtNand Hhuu dtorcs, .'fc. Don't accept
any substitute Samplo free. AddrcxH, Allen
3. Olmsted. I.o Uoy.N.Y,
Nttlce to Creditors.
State or Nehhahka I , .,. rnn.v court
WebHter County f ,n u,e County court
In the matter of the cBtatc of Itnchacl K.
Low Is. deceased.
Notice In hereby Riven t nil pornoriH having
claims and demands against tho estnto of
Hachael K. Lewis, latu of Webster coutitr, do
ceased, that tho tlmo fixed for filing claims
against said estate Is six months from the 1Mb.
day of May. 1908.
All such persons arc reoulred to present their
claims, with tho vouchers to tho County JikIru
of said county, at his otllco therein, on or before
tho IMh day of November. 190H; and all claims
so filtd will he heard before tho said Juilno on
tho 16th day of November, 1008, at one o'clock
p.m.: and that tho administrator Is allowed ono
yoar from the 2!ird day of April, 1008. In which
t pay tho Uebi allowed against said estate and
settle the same. I. W Huron, County Judge.
IsEAL.l B. U. Overman, attorney for estate.
INFLAMMATOHY RHEUMATISM CUKKD ID
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind says; "My
wlfo had Inflammatory Rheumatism In every
musclo and Joint; her suffering was terrible
and her body and faco wcro swollen almost be
yond recognition: had been In bod six weeki
and had eight physicians, but received no
benefit until alio tried Dr. Dctchon's Ittllcf for
Rheumatism. It gavo Immediate relict and
the was ablo to walk about In thrco days, i am
sure It saved her life." Sold by II. E. Grlco,
Druggist, Red Cloud.
Wo are still sharpening Discs with
our now SCOWS ROLLER DISC
SHARPENER which rolls out tho
Disc, making a smooth, ovon job,
and saving all material, instoatl of
cutting or grinding it away.
Wo are better prepared than ovar
to do all kinds of blnokemithing,
horseshoeing and wagon work
promptly. Extra Discs on hand.
WALLtlN & SCHUliTZ
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Ind. T.'ono 99.
CASTOR J A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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Nothing hotter on the market.
"Wyandotte Cleaner and Cleanser."
Bettor than lyo or soap. Cleans every
thing. Fulton Maiiket, Dameroll Blk
4TN rlW? jZ3&&
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Seeds in Balk
Get 'em now, while the
kinds and varieties are in
full stock, for seeds of
the good-growing, crop
producing kind are scarce
this year. We have a
large and choice variety.
Call and see them.
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