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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 12, 1908)
Thh is the most durable
Roof and Barn Paint that
is made and is also a wood
preserver; color, a beautiful
maroon. Guaranteed for 5
years. If you want the best
in paint of any kind come
and see us.
fe L. Cotting
Long wristed Lisle Cloves. Mo
MeCook will have a big celebration
the Fourth of .Inly.
M. It. Hentley of Hot Springs. Ark.,
is in town this wee'.
Mrs. Paul Pope returned from Super
ior Hat'irday evening.
Mis-. Adalino Haylor visited in
(,'nwk", over Sunday.
For Sale A phonograph at a bar
yam. Address 1. 0. ltox '2bi.
Will Serivner has the contract to
build a new house on school site No. 1.
Does holcliiitr a girl before marriage
toacli n man tosupportherafterwards?
Del Turuure and wife are the proud
parent1- of another boy, born Sunday.
Mrs Will Taber and children re
turned from Lincoln Monday morning.
Mrs. Chas. Milligan and daughter
CurtmJo were down from MeCook this
Mr. A. H. Carpenter and so.i Clar
ence arrived home from Imperial
Attorney Hlucklcdge returne.l from
Omaha Saturday where he went to
have h'-i eve doctored.
The tir-t love of a boy is a valualle
aiMsl to his mother. It induce- him to
keep bin neck ami ear.-, clean.
Lew ITralik, wife and daughter are
h-'re from Creston, Iowa, 'die guests of
Tom Kralik and family this week.
For thebeneiit of old soldiers County
Clerk It 'S- will keep open his ollice on
the Fourth of .Inly from 7 to 10 a. in.
Word was received here last week of
tK deat'i of Chas. T. Collins at Aurora.
"gou Mr. Collins was a former re
k ' -nt c" thiscoiintv and will be re
50c worth of
you get a SOAP SHAVER
at McFarland's. Good fresh
goods all the time.
All tho Phones
it. . .
w.fe and four children.
T nAuldof l.iuciln was in town
chas. .schelick was in Kansas City
the first of the week.
Ceorge CritVeth hst a cow by light-
trng Tuesday afternoon.
i .as. Haley arrived home from t'ali
fornia the lirst of the week.
.ii ivueim .s inrn was mown ov r
during the windstorm Saturday night.
M.s Hlnneh Zint came in from Mi
Cook Moudav morning for a visit with
Harry Fngcls of Fairburv was in
town Tuesday visiting his parents and
Hlind Iioone tlie great colored piano
ist at the opera house Monday even
ing, dune l."tli.
Mrs. U. D. Austin is home for a few
weeks" visit. Mr. Austin's mother is
visiting in Missouri.
Ed A mack went to Lincoln Tuesdiy
morning to attend the State Fnder
t ikers' association meeting.
Don't forget. What '. Why the ball
game lied Cloud vs Cambridge. Thurs
day and Friday, dune Id and I'.ith.
Oscar r.urroughs moved the electric
light ollice to the city hall Tuesday,
where you will find him hereafter.
Iiase ball Friday and Saturday at
the ball park. Hertrand vs Ited (.'loud,
Friday and Saturday, .lune I-: and 13.
The Kansas-Nebraska interstate old
soldier'.s reunion will be held in I'ed
Clou 1 tile second week in September.
An inch and seven hundredths of an
inch of rain fell Tuesday afternoon in
.seventeen minutes. That's goingsome.
.Mrs. Peter Hansen and little daugh
ter accompanied her sister, Mrs.
Vondy. to North 1 '.ranch Tuesday
Mr. tioble, mother of Fdias Cubic,
returned to her home at Holdrege Sun
day accompanied by her granddaugh
Dfs. Weirick . Hiddile, live. Far,
Nose and Throat Specialists. Classes
fitted. Over Cerinan National Hank,
The Old Fellows of Uladen will cele
brate their anniversary .Saturday .lune
1.1. Hon. dos. Savior will be the orator
of the day.
Dr. .1. W. Stockman now occupies
tlie otliee tonus recently vacated by
IV. Holes, the latter being located
directly over Paul Storey's clothing
A 5 lOO.DOO.oiio mortgage was filed by
tie C. H. - . railroad company to tl c
Central Trust Co. of New York with
the county clerk last Monday. It cost
tie road a fee of S.'s.TO to have it tiled
in Wehstir county. Whew!
Tlie ladies of the W. C. T. I'. will
serve ice cream and cake Saturday
afternoon and evening in the vacant
Damerell building. Your patronage is
solicited. Tlie proceeds will he applied
on the new drinking fountain.
The graduating class of 'os ohapei
oned by Prof Moril gave their class
play at Hlne Hill Friday evening.
Their audience, however, was very
small owinr t tlie cycloniceoiuiitioT 8
prevailin ; in that neighborhood.
Tlie following people went to DiR
Moines, iowa, last week to attend
the annual conference of the Hrethren
church: Carrie Coble, .hilia Fngels,
Clarence Fshelman. C. H. Smith and
wife, Noah Wagoner and wife, .lolin
Wagoner und daughter.
Phonos, Country 10.1
ir -uiiieren ny many lie w.is
'." botli the 1oi-.il A O I
M . of A. lod,v-.. Cause
"is pneumonia. Mr. Collins
.lune ' -m
j The board of equa iat oil is ' .,,.
sion this week
An inch and eight-hundredth', of
rain fell last night.
Children's dav a I the Congregational
c'uireli nest sumlaj.
Hrucst Welseh lias retired from tie
There will he regular sen ices it
Craec church next Sunday. j
Attorney A. M Walters was down!
from Hlue Hill this week. !
Mr. and Mrs. Pert p.lalr are the
happy parents of a baby boy. I
Father Fitgci aid and Mr. Ticrncy ,
drove to Hivcrton Wednesday. I
Ceo. Hibbey returned from Co'.utn-
bus, Kas.. the first of the week. '
Keel Cloud vs Cambridge at the ball '
park nc.t Thursday and Friday. I
Mrs. Harry Waller and children
visited with .hid Ha i ley tliis week-. j
Miss Hessie Ducker of Omalia is in I
the city this week visiting home folks.
The hoard of equalization adjourned
last night to reconvene next Wedncs-I
A great musical treat Hlind P.oone
at the opera house, Monday evening,
Leslev Craves and Hill Clover ac
companied the ball team to Hebron
The Itojal Neighbor lodge handed
the M. W. A. a surpri-e supper Thur
r.ev. .1. M. Hates ti-dtcd a schoo'
mate in Franklin. Tuesday and
On the tlth Judge Fdson married
Hubert V. Crawford and Mary K. Tay
lor, both of Franklin. Neb.
The P. K. O. lodge of Nebraska will
assemble in convention in this city
net Wednesday and Thursday.
Hev. A. A. Cressm.m will preach at
the Indian creek church next Sunday
at ? p m.. if the weather permits.
It is arranged to have preaching ser
vice at the Christian church next s in
day ami all members ami friends are
James l'urden expect.s soon to open
a gpverv store in the Moon block.
having leased the small room adjoin
ing the Fulton Croeer Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Turner and family
left yesterday forLabana. 111., where
they were called by the death of Mrs
Turner's sister, Mrs. McKee. a former
resident of this city.
Word is received here that Close
Fmigh has been sick with the grip at
Aurora. 111., where he is visiting. He
and his mother are contemplating a
trip to New Jersey soon.
We received a letter from Alert
1'earn at Harper, okla.. stating that
he had a narrow escape from a cyclone
that passed near his farm, lie further
states that the property loss was quite
severe, but that no one was seriously
A Lesson front the Flowers" will
b. the theme used at the Haptist church
next Sunday morning. In the evening
children's sirvice will be held. All
parents and friends of the church are
co.'dially invited. C. A. Wilson, pastor.
Chas. (J rout anil wife leave Saturday
for Lincoln and from there they taken
M. W. A. special train to Peoria. 111.,
to attend the head camp of .M W. A.
Charley was elected a national dele
gate by the state camp awhile back to
attend the head camp. We hope you
have a goil time. Charley.
Tuesday afternoon's hail storm did a
great deal of damage to Sam Lindsey
and at the Poor farm. At Dan Car
ber's place north of town it stripped
his corn clean to the ground and all
that could be seen of it was tho stalks
sticking out of tlie ground. Win.
Weesnei's and Chas. Ludlow's gardens
were also completely destroyed.
This joke is told on the editor of the
Sabitha Herald: He frequently takes
rides into the country and on one of
these trips he stopped at a farm house
and asked to buy some milk. A little
girl waited upon him and when offered
pay for the milk she 'aid: Oh. no;
we give it to the hogs."
Del Tcel, whose home is on Coon
creek, and well known to all the base
ball fans in Nebraska and especially
in tlie western part where he lives, is
now one of the pitchers for the St.
Paul club in the American Association.
When about half through the first
reel of film Tuesday evening the Tepee
moving picture machine struck a snag
and the balance of the evening's pro
gram was withheld. However Wednes
day evening Mr. Taber proceeded as
H .iid I'.ioiie M.itid
l'r .1 Cerlae'i was ...w
n nt 1 iuiisda
W1IHN a hoy and good weather get
together Clothing must needs be
2 We' know alt about l!os for we
P been clothing them for many years.
I here s a whole Army ol .Mothers u
this vicinity who never think of going
anvwhereeise for HoV's' Clothes.
Hoys suits in llcefer. Norfolk and Sin
gle Piieastcd styles, in si.es s to 1.". year
$1.50,2.50,3.50, 4 to 6.50
Lvery suit guaranteed to do its duts
The thoroughbred, sHlish appearance
i f our Hoys' Suits appeal on sight to the
ideas of evcrv mother
l'lieir careful, sturdy making, thesplen
did, wear resisting cloths and the fairness
of the price appeal to her practical side
F.verv mother of a Hov should see our
Special Discount of 25
per cent on Boys' Knee
Pant Suits, odds and ends from
last season and all good Suits.
Couiden-Kaley Glotbing Go.
First Door North of Postofficc.
M. PAT TEN, Prop. Red Cloud, Nvbraska.
Having purchased the Ilerburgcr Bakery and Restaurant
I solicit your patronage. We serve square meals at all
times at 25 cents a meal. Farmers' trade a specialty.
Hoard and room by day or week.
A Missouri traveling man asked a
pretty hotel waitress if she had frog
legs. ""No sir." she said, "but I have,
three big bn thers." Then the drum
mer ordered ham and cgg. Calveston
A company of missionaries represent
ing the church of. Icsus Christ of Latter
Day Saiiits.coimnuiily called Mormons,
are coining to this city to hold open
air meetings. Hldcr ISrighman and ,
Lamb, who are in advance of a com
pany of ten arrived in this city Thurs
day and at once proceded'to make the
necessary arrangements for the com
ing party. Street meetings to be held
in this city, next .Saturday and Sun
day evenings. Those desiring to know i
what the Mormons believe may ac
quire this information by attending
these meetings. A feature to be noted
is tlie fact that they travel on foot, i
visiting farm houses and randies dur
ing the week and then come together
Saturday in some town or city. Start
was made from Omaha some five weeks
ago Saturday. Stops have been as fol
lows: Wahoo. Columbus, York and
Hebron. The public is cordially in
vited to attend these meetings and get
from an authetie source the origin of
Mormonisn and its position in the re
$100 Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is Catarrh. Hall s ( atarrh Cure
is the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
a constitutional disease, requires a
constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces or the system, thereby de
stroying the foundation of the disease,
and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they offer One
II und red Dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Send for list of testi
F. .1. Cheney Co., Toledo, ().
Sold by all druggists, 7ftc,
Take HaH'.s Family Pills for constipation.
Nothing better on tho tnutkot.
"Wyandotte Cleaner and Cleanser."
Hetlur than lyo or .soap. C'.eatiH cvory
thing. Fri.Tos M.miukt, Damerell Hlk
Is known the WOHLD oVHH It has
a reputation and is a stV strument
The ciiterion b which the merits
other p'avers aie judged.
POTTKH HL'ILDINC, Sule Agent.
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