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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 21, 1908)
David M l'(.irlrer & Co.
He Says He
yilERE is tone,
color and beauty
in every graceful
line of these Wear
Durability is featured in every inch. The
rough and tumble life that children give their clothes
don't affect Wearbetter Suits. They're dressy and
Shown in all popular colors, shades and designs.
$4.00 to $10.00
ro mm ssa
M .loliu Modinc went to (Hide
I! irk. Mi inlay.
Mix. I.IN. Itllllll'll WCllt t) Kill. IKS
Mrs Alice Kii'luiril returned to
Mi. UvMr Teel was an cast-hound
Miss P.iquita studabukcr went to
mm' Hill. Siittu-.Uv.
Mis. Will I.Mson wont to Iowa Sun
ln for a short visit
Miss Ironr Hitlers returns to llrnk
on IIimt. Wednesday.
tf Chicago is t!s-
C. II. (utter went to St. Joseph Wed
nesday (.'apt Sehoonover went to Oxford
ltort .lohnson is here from Lincoln
Jasper Clark of Omaha is visiting In
Keel Cloud this week.
Some good city lots to trade for
stock II. W. Gn.i.iKono. :i-13
Special prices on old wlieat Hour at
the Red Cloud Milling Co.
C. W. Kaley returned home from
Lincoln Tuesday evening.
Dr. Damerell is entertaining his
brother and wife this week.
Wilson Conner of Heaver City is vis
iting his sister Mrs. L. II. Rust.
Miss Ida Davis went to Kansas City
Tuesday for a visit with friends.
Miss Kdith Scott is spending a few
days with friends in Grand Island.
Mrs K. I!. Smith and daughter, Mrs.
Doling, are visiting in MoCook this
Mrs. W. K. Goer has as a guest this
week Mrs. A. Htinsicker of Table
Pitcher ( larke was married In Lin
coln Tuesday to a young lady from
Den Moines, Iowa.
Mlhh Bernice and Florence Potter ex
pect to leave in a short time for Chi
cago to study music.
Waktkh A young lady who wishes
learn typesetting. Call at the Chief
otliee for particulars.
Mr. and Mra. J. V. Roubal are the
proud parents of a son, born to them
Saturday, August, 15, 1008.
A temperance meeting will be held
under the auspices of the W. C. T. U.
at the Rrethren church next Sunday
evening, August 2.1. Music will be
furnished by the Rrethren male quar
tet There will be short talks and an
interesting and instructive program
is promised. The reason for holding
the meeting at tills time is because it
is the last time that this quartet can
sing together, as one of their number
leaves in a few days for ills new hwine
in Elgin, 111. An earnest invitation is
xtondod to all to come out and help
to make this meeting a memorable
Mrs. C. J Pope's brother and wife
came in from Lincoln, Tuesday.
Glenn Walker entertained a number
of friends Saturday evening at his
home in the west part of the eitv.
Mrs. Letourneau and two daughters
of Concordia, Ias., are visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. N. Longtin.
Pationue homo industry. Special
prices mi .'I to .1 hundred pound lots of
old wheat Hour at Rod Cloud Mills.
Confirmation services wore held at
the Catholic church Saturday morning,
when ten children were continued.
I. II. Holmes went to Hurr Oak Tues
day in Ills auto, and is detained there
on account of several bridges being
Mrs. Mary Fuller and little daugh
ter returned to Kansas City Thursday,
after spending a month here with her
uncle, J. O. Caldwell, and family.
Are you trying for that 110 in gold
given the lady having the largest vot
in the Piano Contest August L".'. Sec
our announcement on another page of
The house of A. J. Waskom. south
west of the cemetery, was destroyed
by ft" last Friday night, the result of
being struck by lightning. The loss
to Mr. Waskom will he about SI, Ol'O.
Look pleasant and don't forget to
insure your property against loss by
Fire, Lighting fc Cyclone in one of the
old line Insurance companies repre
sented by L. II. Fort agent, Damerell
block. $1000 cyclone policy only costs
you 85 for 3 years.
The "Mfcvericks" left Wednesday
night on a trip which includes one
game at Exeter, two at Seward, two
at Friend, one at Hastings with Engle
side, one at Hoi dredge and two at
MeCook They wort the game at
Exeter by the score of 4 to 3.
J. E (Jaunt, assistant cashier at the
State bank, returned from Garnctt,
Kas., Sunday morning, where he was
called by the illness of his mother who
died a few hours after his arrival at
her bedside. He has the sincere sym
pathy of his many friends here.
The ladies of the W. C. T. will
meet on Wednesday afternoon, Aug.
SO, with Mrs. John Dalstead, for the
purpose of electing otlicers for the en
suing year, and also to elect n delegate
to the state convention at Hastings.
All new members, as well as old, are
rnn nnct ..it tri li lim.Knnt 1lt nnlikt rt
.Miss uiaiijs .tone o
her father. Dr. Jones.
Mrs Log.in and daughter
to lllue Hill. Saturday.
Pitchers Clcgg and Clarke
Lincoln Monday night.
Miss Cora Loekhni't returned to her
home at llludon. Saturday.
Mrs. IM Rates is visiting with rela
tives near Cowles this week.
Mrs. Wilbur Hamilton tiud children
went to (Jul le Rock, Sunday.
Remember the Interstate G. A. R.
Reunion datts, Sept. 7 to I-.
Grant Turner is moving into L, II.
Rail's house in the west part of town.
Mrs. Lota (tlcason of Chicago is in
the city, a guest of tlic Tunmrc fam
ilies. Attorney L. II. Rlacklcdge was in
Campbell on business a few days this
The barn of Wade Knout, was struck
b lightning Sunday night and ties
Fred Manilcrvillc andGiiT Kradhrnolc
witnessed the ball g line at Superior.
Mrs. Chits. Palmer anil daughter.
Ilertha. returned Saturday from a visit
Wilbur Hamilton is moving into the
house he recently purchased on north
Frank lowdcu and two daughters,
Rachel and Alison, went to Chicago
Elmer Koon and family left for Ok
lioma Sunday, where they will make
their future home.
Fire caused by lightning totally des
troyed a barn belonging to one of the
Stone boys Tuesday.
Miss Furgeson returned to Guide
Rock, Sunday, after a visit with her
sister Mrs. Wilbur Hamilton.
II. Fent. the popular pharmacist at
Cotting's drug store, is spending a
week with relatives at Emporia, Kan.
Will Rife, who has been working ac
cident insurance here, returned to his
home at Iteatrice the first of the week.
Fol'xo -Itlack silk Jacket on the
streets of Red Cloud. Owner can have
same by identifying same and paying
for this notice.
W. E. Kiuisev Jr., of the Lebanon
Times was a visitor at the ehautauuua
last week ami found time to pay this
otliee a fraternal call.
Allle Itrown cut quite a gash in his
wrist with a lathing hatchet, severing
an artery and making a wound that
will lay him up for some time.
Miss Norma Richardson gave a lami
dance Monday evening In honor of
Miss Irene Xanders, Dainty refresh
ments were served during the'evening.
During the storm lost Friday even
ing an electric light wire was cut in
two by the lightning and fell across
the street, where it lay until picked
up and repaired by Supt. Rurroughs.
At the Congregational church last
Sunday evening Rev. Cressman spoke
on the beauties and wonders of the
Mammoth cave of Kentucky, which
W.wnii At once. '.'" o'' t'i ming
men and women to take a chum' In
Multtgraphiug. Course can be com
pleted In from one mouth to sl weeks.
Wo have a position waiting for you as
soon as ton are ready. Salary run,
from S15 t S'.'O per week for beginners.
Who will he the tlrst to enroll'.' Tuition
for complete course S'.' For further I
particulars address the Hebron Musi-1
ncss College. Hebron N'eb.
Diiu't forget the uet excursion dates
of the Red Cloud Investment Co. arc
the tlrst and third Tuesdays in Sep
tember. While business Is not very
pressing on the farm tHko a few days
tnitlng and visit the Newest Laud of
Promise." when1 good cheap land
abounds with diverslllcd crops, where
the very sight of it will make you "open
the latch of your pocket-book and say.
I'm going to have some of that,"
Tin- Rr.ttCi.oro I.vi:simi:.i- Co.
Not satislled with the dilapidated
appearance around the court house,
the county commissioners have given
sonic gentlemen permission to cut the
blue grass soil off a plot large enough
to make a tennis court, which also no
cessltatcs the removal of two trees.
This hits been done, notwithstanding
the fact that theie are three othei
courts in town where these men could
have played, and It Is to be regrattcd
that the board of commissioner can
be so itillitonccd by one or two men and
allow what little beauty there (submit
the court house grounds to be destroy
ed. Is it not about time that we hud
men in power who will take caie of
our public property instead of allowing
it to be defaced and ruined.
bind! bind! bind!
$15 00 an acre bins laud that
produce 'lie very largest yield of all j
kinds of farm products, ami will in- i
crease in value in the next ton years as
fast as the laud did in Oklahoma, that
is now soiling for from g.'.o.oo to frT5.no
per acre. J
The crops are elegant in the Pan- i
handle where this laud is located, and ,
land sold mi ten years time is in the
reach of the man of moderate means,
and some of our good eiti.eiis are
taking advantage of it.
Excursion dates: First ami third
Tuesdays in each month.
The Red Cloud Investment Co.
In the Potter Rlock.
Wood's liver medicine is for the re
lief of malaria, chills ami fever and all
ailments resulting from deranged con
dition of the liver, kidneys and blad
der. Wood's liver medicine is a tonic
to the liver and bowels, relieves sick
headache, constipation, .stomach, kid
ney and liver disorders and acts as a
gentle laxative. It is the ideal remedy
for fatigue and weakness. It's tonic
effects on the entire system felt with
the first dose. The 81 si.e contains
nearly "' times the quantity of the
50c .size. Ill liquid form. Pleasant to
take. Sold by Henry Cook.
The World's best Wood Preserra
tivo, nnd Vermin Destroyer.
Absolutely guaranteed to jtrevent
decay on fence osts and wood
work of all kind that is ex)Osed to
dampness or the action of the ele
ments. It will not blister the face
or .hands. Posts or boards can be
handled at once after application.
We have the agency in Ned Cloud.
C. L. GOTTING,
Sick head ache and hiloustioss re
lieved at once with Ring's Little Live
PUN. A rosy complexion and clear
eyes result from their use. Do not
gripe or sicken, Good for all the
family. Sold by Henry Cook.
Pineules for backache. Utile golden
globules, easy and pleasant to take.
Act directly on the kidneys purify the
blood nnd invigorate the entircsystem.
Rest for backache, lame back, kidneys
and bladder. 30 days trial SI. Guar
anteed. Sold by Henry Cook.
One application of ManZan pile
remedy, for all forms of piles relieves
pain, boothn, reduces inflammation,
soreness and itching. Price 50c.
Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Sold
by Henry Cook.
proved verv Interesting to those pies- , ' " ior vie Kidneys, .m nays
1 ' trial Si. Guaranteed. Act directly on
unl- the kidneys and bring relief in the first
Roscoe Weesner has been having dose for backache, rheumatic pains,
liis ' kidney and bladder trouble. Invlgor
It : ate the entire system. Sold by Henry
started a growth on one of his fingers ' " ' t ,
considerable trouble with one of
hands as the result of a sandburr.
which lie had to have cut out and
has been u very painful customer.
John Thornton, aged nearly seventy
years, died at his home in Garfield
township last Saturday. Deceased was
born in New York State In 18.10. The
f j-l 1 r..lHn!likI lllllIt III kill MSM1 tlwl
,.,, Operation for nllea will not buneevs
1. ....... H f .,. . .1 n ntiiliwlloil ltl T9lAI XT If I . . . .. .
mime ..niiiuiij,uiiMiiii.reii v --..'.. nary llyoit use .Man .an pile remedy.
Put up reaily to use. Guaranteed.
Try It. Sold by Henry Cook.
Roes Laxative cough syrup recom
mended by mothers for young and old
is prompt rlief for coughs, colds,
croup, horseness, whooping cough.
Gently laxative and pleasant to take.
Guaranteed. Should be kept in every
household. sll by Henry Cook.
A'l'tlKY IU1KU.MATISU ('L't(BI) It-
I 3 DAYS
' rt.iriun 1. Mill ill l.tiMiiuii lini. ), "M)
iU Iir Inflauimatorr ItlioiuniUlMn In ererj
miucl anil olat. tier tiitrerlnc wan terrlbli
tin) tier bily inrt f('f Men Ntllea alinaslbe
joud rccriKi.liluii. hid Ix-oti In bed li wi i
ml hull elKht pb)lriim. but recplrpd m
ki'iiuUt until the trlvil dr. lK'tcljou'a ltlhr -"
Itlieumitltim. It itavc limned l hip relict and
tht k tble in niCk luintln threw dive i n
, Hire It v d liw l.f ' ""ii! 17 H K Orlce
"H!t"it. Kcil I iii".
HHKL'VtATisM ITKKI) IN A IUT.
Dr.IlL'tchntu llillcf fcirltliiumillhin HinlNiural
k'Ih rHillmlly enrm In l m:idn). In union upou
ttib KjHein In reimirkahli? ami miMerliiiiK It
removui nl mice th- rims mid ilio illsenso Im
mcdlHloly dl'Mppear. Tim Htm done ereall,i
betn at", ?A cent! ami II. sum h) II. K.l!iuc
lUtiEKlfct, Iteil cloud
TTf' 4 TT y 5
iney jicive arrived!
New Fall Suits in all the New Shades.
A new line of hats in all the new nobby shapes and colors.
A full line of shoes in all the new toes.
A big assortment to choose from.
Come in and ask to sec them. Glad to show you whether
you arc from Missouri or not.
Gouiden-Kaley Clothing Go.
ALWAYS RF LIABLE
I'irst Door North of Postotfice.
Bargains in Groceries
A i-Y Nothing better on the ttimk
LI I IArVnC "Wyandotte, Cleaner and
D J UUUU J Hotter thin lye or soap. (Jl
wwwv hi(K .Y,.T,)M Makkbt, Di
Nothing better on the maikttt.
should inspect our
DEL A VAL
before investing in a. machine.
. All we ask for the DcLaval is a trial, and we
would like to have you take one out and give it a
fair test along side of any othr separator made. It
will cost you nothing to make the test You will
keep the best, and we are sun: that one will be the
A 430 pound capacity separator for $75.00.
Will yon give It a trial?
Red Cloud Hardware
end Implement Co.
WM. WOLFE. Secretary.
Wagoner, and the remains were interred
in the Martin eemotcry.
The IJryan elub will be addressed
next Monday evening by Chas. Hesse,
eantlidate for state senator on the
Democratic and Peoples Independent
tickets, and Mr. Steward. All are in
vited to come out and hear these gent
leman express their views. Meeting
at the court house at 8 o'clock.
We were favored last Saturday with
a call from Geo. O. llrophv. Democrat
ic and Populist candidate for railway
commissioner. Mr. Itrophy is a pleas
ant gentleman to meet, rrho has had
many years experience in the rallwny
service and if nominated and elected
will make n conscientious anil etllcont
Olllccr. j ASK Flt Al.t.Ks'5 l'0r KASK,
Wo wish to call the attention of our pwrfariwallii.tlrii. kit, knartlnc feat.
,, , , , ., SunpUktut PltKK. AUo Kraa siiinpla f tho
readers this week to the announc- ko t kas saniTAUY coltN PAD, a new
mentof Attorney h. H. Illackledge, ' lywillon. AtMreii. Alle. h. uliuiteil. Lt Hoy. I
who is a candidate for renomlnatlon -
for county attorney on the Democratic ' HEItK IS HEI.IEK K()lt WOMRN.
nn.i p.nnl.aTnrifnniliiit MfhntR Mr ' Mother Cirajr. a ittirfo In New York discovered
and Peoples independent ulkois. .Mr. R1 nromailo. pleaiant herb rttre forwomen'a
Illackledge has proven himself an of- lilt called auAtkai.IAN I.KAK. It Is the only
' . " h i i i it certain reitulator. Curei female weaknenei
flcient servant of the people and he ,i backarlie. kidney. Madder and urinary
Khmilil In. elected to nnnGipr term nt troubles At all rirUKKMs t.t by mall CO cents,
siiouiit ue elected to anotner term or HampleHKRB. Address, The Mother Oray Co.,
office. U Hoy, N. Y
NEBRASKA STATE FAIR, LINCOLN
Monday, Aug. Ill Lincoln Day Tuesday, Sept. 1 Governor's Day
Wednesday, Sept. '1 liryan Day Thursday, Sept. :t Taft-Ouiaha Day
I'ritlay, Sept. 4 Parade Day
Best Agricultural, Live Stock and Machinery Exhibits
ever shown in Nebraska
30,ooo in Premiums $12,000 in Speed
Fifteen harness and eight running races
Pain's stupendous spectacle
IHIUPTION OF MT. VESUVIUS and CARNIVAL OF NAPLKS
GOO people. Immense display of fireworks each night
Liherattl'h New York Festival Military Hand and Grand Opera Concert
Company of sixty persons, eighteen of whom are Grand Opera singers of
national reputation. State bands from Hebron, lleatriee, Aurora, St. Paul.
Western League Base Ball
Wild West Show
New S',':i,()00 cattle barn, 17x',':il to hold (j:i(J head of cattle
New 10,000 steel frame Auditorium, to scat 1 .100 people, to be dedicated
by Hon. W. .1. llryau, on Wednesday, September ','d
For premium list anil entry blank, write . I. K. Mellor, Sec, Lincoln, Neb.
IM INSURANCE; jacob blunqbr
against Plro, Lightning, Cy
clones and Windstorms, see
NO. B. STANSER,
agent for the Farmers Union Insur
ance Co., Lincoln, Neb., the best In
suxanoe company inthn stqte.
RED CLOUD, NED.
Farmers phoo A 9 Bell phone 37,
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