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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1908)
It will protect your fruit
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: LOGALETTES 2
The county commissioners are in
Mission this week.
The. lied Cloud buse bull team went
to Hebron Thursday to play ball.
b'or Sale Typewriter, practically
nevv. Enquire- at Newhouse Bros.
Jim Thomas of Omaha is visiting
friends and relatives here this week.
Tho Red Cloud high school base ball
team will go to Blue Hill- Monday to
John 8. Itrown and Linnlo Baker of
Lebanon, Kas., were married by Judge
Kdson April 27th.
Henry Schuttc and Mary Spocht of
Htillwater precinct wore granted a
licon&e April 25th.
Wanted to buy a good 1200 or 1400
pound work horse. Mrs. I'harea, at F.
John Wecsner's term of school ex
pired last week at Webber, Has:, and
ho returned to this city baturday.
All members of Belief Corps arc
urged to be present at tho regular
meeting, May 2nd to arrange for com
Drs Nelson sold his livery barn and
htock Wednesday to Art Myers of Leb
anon, Kas., and L. L. Itoron of this
tslty. They are now in possession of
Chas. Orout, John Kensol and Sam
Kizer will go to Lincoln next week to
attend the Woodman state camp meet
ing. They are delegates from this
The ministerial union will meet at
Xhc roomH of Rev. J. M. Bates on Mon
day evening May 4th at 8 o'clock.
Paper will be read by C. A. Wilson.
Subject "The relation of the Holy
5 to 15
Alt the Phones
Spirit to the Work of thu Gospel Minis-
Bert Dickey was down from Mindcn
The new city council will meet next
I Mrs. Fred Taylor was down from
! Stella Ducker came up from Super-!
ior Friday evening.
I Art Hoby and wife returned to Heat-
rice Monday morning.
Cash Scrivner went to Limon Junc
tion, Colo., Tuesday morning.
John Foster and family were in
Hastings Monday visiting friends.
Wanted - Cattle and horses to pas
ture. Inquire at F. Newhouse's store.
Mrs. Ralph Foe came down from Mc
Cook Sunday for a visit with relatives.
Mr. Wonderly has commenced the
erection of a new dwelling on Cherry
The school children were iriven a
half day holiday Monday to attend the
Mrs. Hunt of Uiverton came down
Sunday to. visit her son Willie, the
Frank Burse of Omaha, representing
the John Towle Bridge Co. was in town
F. V. Taylor of Wichita, Kansas, ar
rived in the citv Tuesday for a visi
Mrs. lien I'egg returned from Strat
tou Sunday where she has been visit
Wanted A girl for general house
work. Inquire Mrs. l'haros, at F.
Henry Gilliam has been having his
house moved back and will soon build
a modern new house.
Walter Cox went to Omaha Wednes
day morning to attend a meeting of
the Cyrene Commandery.
Last Monday Judge Bdson united in
marriage John S. Brown and Linnie
Itakcr, both of Lebanon, Kas.
Thomas II. Matters, attorney, from
Omaha was in the city Tuesday look
ing after his suit against the city.
Judge Edson issued a marriage license
last Saturday to Henry Schutte and
Mary Specht, both of Stillwater pre
cinct. Drs. Weirick & Riddilc, Eye, Ear,
Nose and Throat Specialists. Glasses
fitted. Over German National Hank,
The following shipped stock Sun
day: H. O. Cutter, two 'Cars of hogs;
Win. Weesner, one car of hogs; Ed.
Seatton one car of cattle.
Mrs. Mercer, formerly of Red Cloud,
but now of Arapahoe, writes that her
son Dwight has located at Boulder,
Colo., with tho Temple Drug Co., and
she will join him there.
A class of candidates were initiated
by the Royal Neighbors last Friday
night and a big supper was in order
after tho initiation. There will be
another class initiated tonight.
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
The following themes will be used
at the Baptist church next Sunday.
At 11 a. in. "The Central Motive in
Christian Service or the Ministry of
Reconciliation." At 8 p. in. "Heroic
I'ietv." The Lord's Supper will be
observed at tho close of the raorniug
service. C. A. Wilson, pastor.
Arthur Hcssinger while riding a
horse last Tuesday near North Branch
collided with another horse and as a
result one of his knees was twisted in
such a way as to make amputation of
the limb almost a necessity. He was
brought to Dr. Cook's sanitarium
where he is receiving the required at
A. B. Chase,
Price & Teeple,
P. C. Weaver,
Bush & Lane,
Mathushek & Son,
Decker & Sons,
The dates for Red Cloud's Clniututt-
qua are August ft to 15.
Lodge emblem cards at this olllee.
L. II. KlacUledge went to Omaha
Wednesday night on legal business.
Harvey Vincent and wife aiv the
parents of a baby girl, born Monday.
I Newt Smith came down from Illue
Hill Monday to play ball with Red
Al McCarter and wife are the par
ents of a nine pound girl, born Tues
day. There were several poople from dif
ferent towns in town Monday taking
in the circus.
Ed Relher shlppod two ear loads of
cattle to Kansas Cltv Wednesday. He
The fruit has been undergoing
severe tosts this week. And It has
frozen ice several nights.
The Chief olllee printed some new
directories this week for the Farmer's
Independent Telephone Co
Miss Nellie Jones who has been visit
ing with J. C. Myers and wife returned
to Fairfield the first of the week.
Charles Frisbie was thrown from his l
buggy one day last week and received
a seven injury to his right hand.
Tho Red Cloud high school base ball
team got beat at Franklin last Friday
in a ball game by a score of VI to 0.
W. II . Tabor has purchased a new
talking machine of Newhouse Bros,
for his Tepee. It is the loudest ma
chine on the market.
Evangelist Homer Alexander of
Chicago began a revival meeting at
the Mt. Clare M. E. church last Friday
evening and has sent to Chicago for a
Last Sunday while helping load
stock into a car, John Wolfe was shut
ting the car door and it flew back and
hit him in the face, cutting his tongue
Under the recent act of April 10th.
1908, all widows of U. S. soldiers are
entitled to receive a pension of 812 per
month. Fred Maurer has the neces
Judge Dungan has appointed Dr.
Damcrell and L. H. Itlackledgc as the
new insanity commissioners with Geo.
W. Hutchison, clerk of tho district
court, as cx-ofilcio member.
Fred Hedge, Night Watch Kensel
and Marshal Gcer gathered in a round
score of hoboes at the stockyards
Wednesday morning. They arc ac
cused of being box car thieves.
After the show was over Monday
afternoon Red Cloud and Burr Oak
crossed bats. The Red Cloud boys suc
ceeded In getting 9 scores off Bert
Garber, while Burr Oak got one se?re
off Clcgg, tho Red Cloud pitcher,
through an error.
Campbell Bros, circus was not very
well attended Monday, owing to the
coldness of the weather. The parade
was up to standard, but the performers
and all others connoctcd with the
show were disheartened owing to the
severity of the weather.
Congregational church services next
Sunday at 10; 15 a. in. The pastor will
preach the third sermon in the series
on "Rewards and Punishments;" sub
ject, "Nature and Character of Future
Punishment." Evening subject, "Why
Are There More Women Than Men in
Our Churches?" All cordially invited.
Mow the Brahman Cleans His Teeth.
When the Brahman cleans his teeth
he must use a small twig cut from ono
of a number of certain trees, and ho
fore he cuts It he must make his act
known to the gods of the woods. lie
must not Indulge In this cleanly lmhlt
every day. lie must nhstaln on tho
sixth, the eighth, the ninth, the four
teenth, the fifteenth and the last day
of the moou, on the dnyB of now and
full moon, on the Tuesday In every
week, on tho day of tho constellation
under which ho was horn, on tho day
of the week and on tho day of tho
mouth which correspond with those of
IiIh birth, at an eclipse, at tho conjunc
tlou of the planets, at tho equinoxes
and other unlucky epochs and also on
tho anniversary of tho death of his fa
ther or mother. Any ouo who cleans
his tooth with his bit of stick on nny
of tho abovo mentioned days will havo
hell as his portion. "Hindoo Man
ners," by Abbo Dubois.
The Way to the Station.
A party of autouioblllsta was tour
ing through Virginia. An accident to
tho car forced them to take a train
home. As they walked down tho road
seeking somo ouo from whom they
could Inquire their way they met an
old darky, says tho Success Magazine.
"Will you kindly direct us to the rail
road station?" ono of tho party asked.
"Cort'n'y, sir," ho responded. "Keep
a-goln right down dls road till yo' gets
to wbero two mo' roads branches out.
Den yo' tako de lof ono an' keep ou
a-goln' till yo' gets to whoro do olo
nostotilce ustcr bo,"
Yoang Felloais Suits
Now, Mr. Young Man. from fifteen years
of age upwards, we've something to say to
If you appreciate extreme styles and smart
kinks In the cut and tailoring of a suit.
You're the chap
we want to see!
We've some snappy things to show, that
the Young Man that kn ms, will appreciate.
New Cheviots and Cassimeres In swell and
Coats slightly form fitting, with wide soft
rolls, rocket tlaps on Coat and Vest, Cuffs
on Coat, Vest out rather low.
Trousers with or without cull's. Not a
single style kink omitted.
$8, $10, $12, $15 to $18
The Young Man, who is not posted on
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learn by coming to see our New Springhuits jik fcf KWahtima
The Gomden-Kaley Glothing Gompany
FIRST DOOR NORTH OF POSTOFFICE.
ASK FOK ALLEN'S FOOT KASB. A 1'OtVDKK
It tnakcH walking en?. Citron coriiH, hunlotiN,
Ingrowing iirIIh. swollen and sweating feel At
nil lniKi?ltH and thou Moreti, Vi&e. Don't ucrcnt
but unbHtitiite. Snmpto free. Addrcf, Allen
3. Olnuted, l.eltoy. N. Y,
Ftotlce t Creditors.
IfaSSSlSfn'tV J county Court
In the mutter of tho estate of Itaclmel K
Notice Ih hereby nlen t all persons IihvIuk
claims and demands nxidntit the cMnto of
Itaclmel K. I.cwIh. late of Webster conntr, do
censed, that the time tixed for till k claims
Himlnst said estate. Is six months from the 1Mb
day of May. 1908.
All Mich persons ore required to present their
claims, with the vouchers to tho County Judge
of said county, nt IiIh olhce therein, on or before
tho IMhdny of Nofember. 190H; and all claims
so flltd will be heard before the said judge on
tho ICth day of November. lftW, nt ono o'clock
1, m.; and that tho administrator Ih allowed ono
year from thi 2,'!rd day of April. 1W). in which
1 1 pay the debt allowed ngnlnst raid estate and
seitlo the same. I W Kdson, County Judge.
skal.1 E. U. Overman, attorney for estate.
INfLAMMATOUY WIEUMATISM CUHED IV
Morton L. Hill, of Lebanon, Ind M711; "Mj
wlfo had Inflammatory Itheumatltim In every
muscle and Joint; her inffcrlng was terrible
aud her body and face were swollen almost bo
yond recognition: had been In bed nix wccki
and bad bight physicians, but received no
benefit until sho tried Dr. Detchon's Ittllef rot
Uhoumatlam. It gavo Immediate relict and
Nbo was able to walk about In threo days, i arc
suro It Raved her llfo." Sold by II. K. Grloo.
Druggist, Ued Cloud.
Wo nro still sharpening Discs with
our now SCOW'S ROLLER DISO
SnAUPENKR which rolls out tho
Disc, making a smooth, ovon job,
and saving ail material, instoud of
cutting or grinding it away.
Wo aro bettor propared than over
to do all kinds of blacksmithing,
horseshoolug aud wagon work
promptly. Extra Discs on hand.
WAhLlN & SCHULTZ
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
Ind. 'Phono 99.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Nothing bettor on tho market.
"Wyandotte Cleaner and Clounsor."
Bettor than lyo or soap. Cleans every,
thing. Fulton Market, Dameroll Blk
Seeds in Balk
Get 'em now, while the
kinds and varieties are in
fuil 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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