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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 10, 1908)
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Themes Country lo:i
went to Denver. Moii-
Ieft Wednesday for
Kii 'iarher was in town tlio tir.st of
I.jU.-. Heel: was up front Superior
Mr .1. Ii. Miner returned froui lllue
Cly e I'reneh came up from Superior
Moil' ay uijrht.
LKvdlline.s sreut the last of the
week 'n Alma.
It.: -.len receives fresh fruits even
'l- ,.r l!u.fOUi;hs went to I'ranUlin
Snlur lay nljyht.
Ki.'i t Carner of Inuvalo spent the
Uh ' ; Ked Cloud.
tie. Hlbby of Columhus, Kas., came
in Tee-day evening.
Tin. re v.as twenty-two coaches on
No. 1 Sunday morning
Sal. Pierce find Charles I'hares were
up fr-r. Superior the Fourth.
(.'has. Moody arrived home from
Lonciiont, Colo., Wednesday.
Mr-. Kil (illlard of Nnponee has been
visitluir relatives here tills week.
Dr. mniugham and wife of Rlverton
were Ued Cloud visitors Saturday.
Ted Harris and Krnest Hines took
in the sights at McCook the Fourth.
Heinard McNeil v. Kd. llurrand I. II.
I Hack edge went to Denver Monday
Frank Hadle.v for palntlm?, paper
ln.ing.nir, sign writing, kalsoining and
ML--. Alice Hunt left for Florence,
Colo.. Tuesday morning, after spend
ing three weeks with Mrs. E. It. Goble.
TiOok pleasant and don't forget to
"sure your property against loss by
fire. Lighting, Cyclone in one of the
old line insurance companies repre
sented by h. II. Fort ngent, Damerell
block. $1000 cyclone policy only costs
you 8" for "1 years.
After years of experiment
ing, lhe N. K bairbank
Company has discovered
the proper ingredients for
a Perfect Laundry Soap.
Ask us to show you the
whole line of Fairbank soap
Gold Oust Falrv
The name "FAIRUANK"
is a guarantee of soap qual
ity. The Groeer
All the Phonos
i rr w.int. to
i'liautau.f i Augu " to 1".. l'lan to
MN No rietoher lft for I'm.ihn
Mrs IV ivy Adams came In from Ox
(Jood lotK-e at I2'v eent per pound
ICelley .Silene went to Naponee Sun
Alfred Ilad'i: and wife went to
Mrs. Will llobertson returned from
Clyde Whitaker eame dowu from
Mis iJul.y White wilt down from
Ins v.iiu-1 and fnini'. were down
fr mi lua'.a'e Suiuluy.
Niehol T!inniu of Coiv.cs spent
Saturday in l!ed ( loud.
I. A U iskins had n liore killed by
lightuiiig .""ind.iy nijfht.
.lohii Fulton and wife were down
from Uivcrton Saturday.
I. II. Holmes was iu dulde I lock
Wednesday on hvslitev.
Special pi lees on old wheat
the Ked Cloud Milling Co.
Mr. and Mrs. .John DIckerson re
turned to Lincoln Sunday.
Mrs. IVi kins of Lincoln i-, visiting
at the home of '.. L. Card.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Dickenson were
down from ItiAvale Sunday.
W. Ii. Kooii has bought his brothers'
interest in the meat market.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Iturgess were
down from I navale Saturday.
Tin city council raised Day Marshal
Slaby's salary to SI- a month.
When needing fresh, clean groceries
telephone i! I, IlurdeuVi new groeeiy.
Mr. and Mrs. I'.y Shepardson f
Uiverton spent Saturday iu Ued Cloud.
Miss Mable Thomas of Cowles has
been visiting her brother. Dr. Thomas.
Miss Irma Vance of Hastings is visit
ing friends and relatives in Ked Cloud.
A tine line of fresh candies and
c-;iekers at liurdens grocery. Phone,
Mrs. Ollie Waller and children were
down from Cowles the last of the
C. W. Ualey was in Alma Tuesday
evening, where he instituted a Masonic
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Danker of Rlver
ton visited relatives here the last of
ft. I). Morit. and family went to
Colorado Friday on a two weeks camp
Vern llailey of Mankato has been
visiting his parents, ,J. H. Itailey and
wife this week.
Dave Kaley, Frank Cowden, (Jeorge
Hutchison and Oscar Teel went to
Mrs. I!. A. Wells of Cowles spent a
couple of days here with her sister,
Mrs. ,T. K. Itiitler.
llert Dickey has returned. from Min
den and ias accepted. a position in Will
Koon's meat market.
The attendance Saturday afternoon
was the largest ever known to attend
a ball game iu this city.
Hen Mct'arlaud, Will Taber, and Lee
Graves went to McCook Monday night
to see Ued Cloud play ball.
Mrs, Art Itoby and her sister. Miss
Marie Iloss, of P.eatrlce are visiting
their father here this week.
Pationi.e home industry. Special
prices on H to . hundred pound lots of
old wheat Hour at Ited Cloud Mills.
For Sale soft and hard coal heaters,
oil heater, ofllce lamps, iuculutor and
chickens. . Mrs. .1. P. Hale.
Fred McKecby of Pueblo. Colo.,
formerly of Ked Cloud arrived Friday
for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Carrie
For Sale three thoroughbred Short
horn bulls. Can be seen on farm two
miles southwest of (Snide Kock. .loii.v
Warren Longtin. .lohu Hart. Joe
Fogel. (Seorge ISiishee iind Sheriff
Hedge went to McCook Wednesday to
witness the ball game.
Mr, (ii-o. P. Johnson and little
daughter leturned Friday evening
from a visit of several weeks with rela
tives in northeastern Iowa.
Mf Cook, Num.. June .in. I'.ius.
As my wife has left my bed and
board I will not be responsible for any
bills run by her. Mil. Ji s U..
The recital given by Miss Josie Igou's
pupils at the Congregational church
Tuesday evening was largely attended
by an appreciative audience. The pro
gram was made up of piano and vocal
solos and duets. Kach performer is de
serving of special mention, but tiino
and space will not permit. Sutlleient
to say that each one was almost per
fect In their part, and the performance.
retleets great credit on the ability .if
Miss Igott as an instructor
tertaiiiuient was a great treat for those
who were permitted to be present.
Tfn'ii i" it ;
Sherw , ml Mlir'tli!
Satin d;i ' .
went to I,
! Nice glass tumblers at Wc per duen
I at l!urden.
Miss Ijeunra Ivimberly returned to
Lena Ilerin.uisi)!) came down fn m
Will Dailey eame down from i'.iw'i.
Saturday to celebrate.
Miss lllanehe llerriek was over from
North ISraueh Saturday.
Special prices on old wheat lhur at
the Ked Cloud Milling Co. I
Mr. and Mrs. ,lf Me' all went t, '.'
eelsior springs, Mo . Sunday.
Marion Mercer and little d.iu ,-r
returned from (iililum "'hmsda.
Call at r.urden's piecry and -ev ;. t r
nice line of .'ic'.iud Me ehiuawate
.Mrs. Clias Kule.v and Mrs. Lhu
Kclghiin we.it t.. Mefjonl: Wedne
( . L. (Vablll returned
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.nun iiu,i' i eiuer wiien lie speiu me .
Mrs. Frank Taylor of Franklin has
been visiting iu Ued Cloud the past
Frank- ICuehn of Prosser arrived In
the city the first of the week for a visit
Allen Ttilley.. of (Sriuuell, ICas.. ar
rived in the city Thursday for a :sit
Mrs. J. C. Sloss left for Lincoln
and Sioux City Saturday for a two
weelCs visit with relatives.
(Seorge Martindale and family left
for Colorado yesterday, where they
will visit relatives of Mr.s. Martindale.
IScst cleanser for silver, cut glass or
gold. Trial package for the asking.
Full sie package 'J.j cents. Nrv, inn si.
The stairways in the Damerell block
have been repaired, and people using
them now will not be afraid of falling
Drs. Weirick ,M Uiddile. live. Far.
Nose and Throat Specialists. Classes
fitted. Over (icrmnu National Dank,
The Ladles" Culld of the Kpiscopal
church will give a lawn social at the
home of Miss Ferris, July 14. Every
Createst cleaner on earth for cut
glass, silver or gold. Ask for trial
paekaire. Full si.e package "." cents.
- Nkwiioisi: linos.
Constitution. Atlanta, (Seorgia: His
sentences were rounded and polished.
His rhetoric was above reproach, and
his oratory eiiual to that of a Clay or a
K. I. Overman has let the contract
for the architeetunl plans ior his new
residence to C. W. Way of Hastings,
and work will begin on the structure
Kd Overlng brought a sample of
gooseberries to this ofllce that he
picked in Iowa, and they were certain
ly "whoppers." They were almost as
lurge as the ordinary wild plum.
Miss Ednallrencmanof New London,
Iowa, and Miss Cladys mm of West
Point, 111., who have been visiting
with their uncle, K. V. Overman, and
family, returned home Thursday.
Journal, Atlanta, (Seorgia: As a lee
tnrer J. (5. Camp of (Seorgia is the
equal of (Sov. Dob Taylor or John
Temple Craves, and as an eloquent
speaker he cannot be surpassed in the
I have heard Wendliug, Cunsaiilus.
Dixon, Craves, llurdette, Couwell and
Mcintyiv. We never liad a man on
our lecture course who gave such uni
versal satisfaction as did Camp. Chas.
T. Scheiiek. Monroe, Iowa. At the
Ked Cloud Chautauqua.
Courier. I'rhauu. 111.: -Joseph C.
Camp, the orator of the South, was
great. He is a natural orator. His
southern accent is especially pleasant.
His philosophy Is sound, and his
thought is expressed in beautiful lan
guage. Ills lecture is decidedly poet
ical and eloquent. His rhetoric is be
II. J. Overlng jr. and family returned
home from Leightou, Iowa. Wei' lies
day morning, where they had bei n
visiting relatives. At Ashland the,
had a serious time, having to get nil
the train and walk across places the
train could not cross. Tin bridge at
one place went out just a few minutes
after they had crossed, and Kd says It
is as close a call as he cares for
City Bakery and
WM. PATTEN, Hrop.
I am nronnrml to sorvo u sijuiue meal
at all times at '-.'"J cents n moid. leu
cream, summer drinks, confectionery,
- j cigars and tobacco. Farmer, trade a
specialty. Hoard and room by day or
'week. Give me ti call.
.Best by Test
(In liquid f jrtn, pleasant to l ikc
For Chills, Fever and Malaria
Hsadairhc, bihoi-sncss, Constipation and
all other svrmmmns of ilcrniii'i'd Liver
iiuU'xty overcome. A tonic to the ctuite
Liver, Kidney, Bladder and Blood
The $1.00 bottle contains nearly 2'J times
the quartdy of the 50c size. Prcpurcd
only by the
P1NEULE MEDICINE CO., CHICAGO, ILL.
The lly season is now
on. Do not allow
your hor.ses to be tor
mented by the pests
when a little money
expended in a set of
llyncts will protect
them. A large line
to select from. Also
a complete stock of
harness and harness
North of D.unercll Itlock.
Balm for the Ageu.
Thn agud parent was greatly, very
greatly. In the dumps.
"For. look you." he snld, "I don't
know half an much ns my eldest
daughter she told me ho a hundred
timed; and Jim and 1)111 can Hlmply
lay It nil over their dad when It comes
to arguing; and my wife says that if
over there was a stupid man ah mt the
house It's me and no mistake."
"Hut," wo Haiti, "teniemher you
have the bulge of tiieni In one way
Limited nH your Intellect mav he, you
are Htlll the only one of the bunch
that can earn the dally soup and
The aged parent now smiled and
went his way completely reassuret! by
our spacious reasoning. Puck.
Ntw Peril for French Navy.
France faces a new peril la nptom
not new In the strictest Hene, but
assuming new proportions, as evi
denced In the recent trial for treason
of the naval officer, Ullnio. French
naval officers say that the us. of
opium, smoked, In general among both
officers and men of all agcH, though
It Is usserted by them thnt officers
do not Indulge their taste iu this way
while on the sea. Apologists even as
set t that the "moderate" use of thp
drug, "with frequent and long Inter
ruptions." Is a good tonic This frank
Hess betrays a state of mind of serious
Import. How to check . the use of
opium and how to Inculcate Iu the
nhvy a scn'tln.":ii against It Is a big
Under Another Name.
"They didn't hae pence congresses
when you were young, did they,
"Yes, wo did, child; hut wo called
them quilting parties."
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V l V-Ss,-;
took took took
Look at the fine Dross Shirts in our
south window for 50c
Those arc bitf bargains. Wo have
plenty more inside. Come in and
ask to see them.
While you are inside ask to see our
line of of light-weight Two-piece
Suits, Straw Hats, Thin Underwear,
Light-weight Sox, and Oxford Shoes
We can lit you out in just the right
Gowdefi-lfaley Glothing Go.
ALWAYS RF LIABLE
First D0r Ntrth of Postofficc.
A B G Goods
should inspect our
before investing in a machine.
All we ask for the DeLaval is a trial, and we
would like to have you take one out and give it a
fair test along side of any other separator made. It
will cost you nothing to make the test. You will
keep the best, and we are sure that one will be the
A 450 tOMftd capacity separator for $73.00.
WM yti live It a trial?
Red Cloud Hardware
end Implement Co.
WM. WOLFE. Secretary.
City Dray and
r. "W. STUDKHAKlCi:, TROP.
Goods Delivered to any part of the city.
Jharges as low as the Lowett
CITY AGENTS FOR ADAUS EXPRESS CO.
Residence 188. Oflieno.
Do you know that it will pay YOU, as
well as US, to buy your Bulldlnc Ma
torlul and Coal nt ourynrdsV Not only
that our pricoa avkraoi; lower, or at
least n.s low, as those of our competit
ors, but hecal'.sk wo tnko ospoolul care
of and protect all can bo classed as
R E (J U I. A II CUSTOMERS.
PL ATT A
Closing the Incident.
Tlio famous hall plnyer was look
ins throuKh tlio sportlnK columns of
"I see they've quit mentlonliiK mc,"
'io said. "1 may as well hIkii."
I 'pon doliiK which ho secured ono
more mention iu the nowapuuora. ,
Nothing bettor on thu market.
"Wyandotte Cluanar and Cleanser."
Hotter tliiiu lyo or map. Cleans ovory
thing. Fci.ton Maiikkt, Damoroll Ulk
Farm or Bualnmmm
for iaIo. Not particular about location.
Vlsh to hear Irom owner onlir who
ulll anil rilrect to buvcr. Glvn Drlco.
Uckcrlpilou and stato vrhen poitviiloa
can bo hud. Atldren,
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