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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 29, 1909)
Sttvtn Historical Society
THE RED CLOUD CHEF
A Newspaper That (lives The News Fifty-two Weeks Each Year For One Dollar.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA,
APRIL 2!. IJ)0J.
At The Miner
to tJA representative of the J. A. Folger Co. will be here from to
'jj San Francisco and will serve Coffee and Wafers each after-
Coffee 9 Tea, Spices And Extracts
Friday and Saturday
April 30, and May 1 st.
Come and try the Coffee
Miner Bros. (Inc.)
H, A. Letson, Mgr.
Then just call at the HOME GROCERY Store.
.2? Every thing nice, clean and fresh and just what you want. .
$ We want your business and will make it ft
;3j worth your while to Call or Phone. g
Prices Right 0n Everything. $
i Cme in and lets Set acquainted, $
P. A. Wullbrandt
Fulton Grocer Company.
NVI.AMMATOHY RllKl'MATISJI CtUU'.tl l.V
Morton I'. HM. ot' Lobanon, Inil.,
.. t . t. .1 f T i lfirtvtnn tntW
jays: "jiy wuo j,"."".
Rheumatism in ovcryinusciounu juiui,,
icr suffering was terrible and horbody
tnd fnco were swollen inmost uojo.m
nd had oight physicians, out receiyeu
,o benefit until she trlortJDr.Detchon'h
Itoliof for Bhoiuiiatiam. It gave her
Xnincdlate relief and she was able to
Vnllc about in three days. I am sure It
ive.l her life." Sold by Tito n. h.
jrlec Drue Co , Red Cloud, Nobr.
.. ...I.aa T till till. 1 tktflllA
zhero are reasons wny m,K,i .......v.
fu a farm loan. 1 tcnow that I have
- . .. . . .......... niwl nntinii nil till!
io uest.riuu, ion"" -I -
arlcot. I examine tlio lanu myseu
vrmnnn to vou. 1 uadorstaud
lid can correct any error in f9m title,
toney w ready the very day that title
, ,! I. II. Ait.RT. Red Cloud,
GUIDE ROCK. .
Mrs. Crowoll visited last weok at the
home of her son Waldo.
T.J. Malonoy is liavliiR a three room
addition put on one of his buildings.
Tlio eleventh grade eutortaiiiod the
tenth grado at the homo of Miss Bertha
Guy Friday ovening of last week.
.7. M. Itoland Is liavhiK tho barn on
his resideuee lots converted into a
house which wo jirceume he will ront.
Vim. HodRCb is having a neat addit
ion built on thu houso he recently
moved to tho south of John Dunbar's
Many fruit trees, forest trees ami
oriiamontalhriibH havo been put out
by our people this spring. Let tho
good work go on'.
(Joorgo L. Wu't and Mrs. llortha G.
Bonnott were married at Red Cloud
last Thursday. They wore serenaded
by tho Martin Band; They live tu the
Ij.' aniiuiv jvihgii.j iu mo rrcav pun 01
to'wri.'- - '
Wednesday evening April 28th 1!MX)
at tho homo of the brido's parents Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Cox occurred tho mar-
riago of their daughter Marthu 0. Cox
and lledjemtuo K. Rose. The many
friends of tho young couple oiler con
gratulations. Tho switch board of the Outdo Rock
Tolcphone Company was moved early
this week to tho Burr property enst
of the M. B. church. This will also be
theresidouceof Mr. Smith who oper
ates tho business of tho company.
There was only a fow hours intorrup
tion in the sorvleo.
Miss Mamio Tompkins entertained
tho ninth, tenth and eleventh grades
of Guide Rock High school Wednes
day evening at tho homo of her par
ents Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Tompkins.
Tho teachers also woro her guests.
Miss Tompkins is the assistant princi
pal. Work has boon begun on tho brick
work for the new brick block on tho
hltoof tho old. restaurant. Tho old
post olllco is already out and tho moat
market will bo pulledoutnoxt. Things
me beginning to look as if a oyulono
had struck main street. A largo
number of mou are at work there.
Mr. and Mrs. B. 10 Burr had as guest
Sunday Mr. GeoriroIIugurnmnof Hud
son Nebraska who is now attending
tho Franklin Academy. When Mrs.
Burr was teaching school at Hudson
she for two years boarded with this
boy's parents. It was at their home
also that sho and Mr. Burr woro mar.
rlod nearly Hfteon years ago. The
young gentleman who was their guest
Sunday being at that time three and
ono half years of ago. They had a
very pleasant visit with him.
Guide Bock had two rrights by Hro
Monday night during the high w'nd.
Kuibors from a noar by bon-ilro was
blown into tho straw nsar Lovitls
stock bum but was discovered In time
so mat a tew Duckets of wator put it
out. Fire iu a stalk Hold north west
of town threatened to burn tho barns
and hay or residents iu that corner.
A hurried phono call brought out a
big force of men who by hard work
carrying water succeeded iu provontlng
any damage. Sonio of tho womoh did
a big lot toward quelling tho llames
by having a supply of water on hand
and keeping tho pumps going. Mrs.
0. W. Hoover wishos to thank all who
assisted in, fighting the flro. Her pro
porty and that of C. O, 1'arklubon oc
cupied by 'IJ.'Taylor was most in dan
ger1. 1 A " . . ,
Lincoln Team Farms Out Pitcher Bennett
Bennett, a south paw pitcher, who
has shown cleverness mid good head
work In games ho has played with Lin
coln, was today funned out by i'rosl
dent Guy W. Green to (Jiiiney, III . iu
i tho Central league B-nliett has the
making of a steady pitcher. His con
trol Is perfect. - Saturday's Lincoln
ltentiett pitched for Franklin anil
Me' ook last summer. His many
I friends here are pleased to hear of his
Report o? Water ft LUtit Commissioner.
Run Cuuj, Ni int., Aptil 21lh, 'oil.
To tiik HoNoitAiu.r Mayok and Cm
Gentlemen: Since my last report,
April 7th, 11)0!), which showed 81)41.1)8
collected and turned In to tho city
troasurer. 1 have collected S132.28 for
the wator sorrice and S120.51 for tho
light fuud, making a total ot 82.8.70
sinco April 7th, Ilk)!).
I havo installed three new water
meters for new consumers of water
and llvo new elect, io light meters for
additional light patrons
Havp also finished street series
lights on South Walnut street, erected
three new poles and transferred street
wires to thotft (on the north side of
west 2nd botwecn South Seward and
South Cedar repaired broken street
lamps at South Cedar and West 2nd
street Also repaired street lamp
that was burned out in the Piatt's ad
dition. Kxtcndcd the Domestic line
one block south in the l'latt addition
so as to furnish current to new resi
dences. Also erected poles and put
up new street lamp at the Intersection
of 8th Ave. and Cherry street.
There has been four brakes in domes
tic water servieo pipe caused by de
fective plpo which has been repaired.
There has also been four new taps
iiiaile in the water mains and meters
attached in properly constructed meter
1 have also repaired two culverts,
water ways at street intersections, be
sides doing (ithar necessary street
work. I havo also removed thu city
supplies from main room of F. & M.
Bank building to tho uppor rooms of
said building I have also attended
to other matters in detail as per your
J A. Tomllnson,
Water & Light Com.
Carload Of Furniture!
5IJusl received and our Little Store
crowded lo its utmost." Price and quality
the best we have ever been able lo offer
our customers. ::::::::
Seeing is Believing
Licensed Embmlmers and Undertakers.
Red Cloud's new bank will open up for
business Monday, May 3rd.
Interest will be paid on time deposits, and
every accommodation consistent with safe con
servative banking extended to its customers.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
B. F. MIZER, Pres.
S. R. FLOiUNCE, Cashier.
Helpful Hints on Hair Health
Scalp and Hair Troubles Generally
Caused by Carelessness.
Dandruff is a contagious disoaso
caused by a microbe which also pro
duces baldness. Never use a iomb or
brush belonging to 111130110 else. No
matter how cleanly the owner may bo,
these articles may bo Infected with
microbes, which win infect your scalp.
It is far easier to catch hair microbes
than It is to get rid of them, and a
single stroke of an Infected comb or
brush often produces the cause of bald
ness. Never try on anybody elso'h hat
for tlio reason that many 11 hatband is
a nesting place for microbes.
If you happen to be troubled with
daudrull', itching sculp, falling hair or
baldness, we have a remedy which we
positively know will cure thosejtroiib
les, and we are so sure of this that wo
olfer It to you with tho understanding
that It cost you nothing for the trial
if it does not produce the results we
claim. This remedy is called Bexall
"O.'l" Hair Tonic. It is tho most
fioicntifio remedy for all scalp and. hair
troubles, anil wo know of nothing elm
that equals It for eirectlvoness. Wo
know this bocause of the results It has
produced In hundreds of cases
Bexall "0:i" Hair Tonic will positive
ly banish dandrutr permanently, re
store natural color when its loss ,hab
been brought about by disease, and
make tho hair naturally silky, soft
and glossy. It does this becauso It
stimulates tho hair follicles, removes
dandruff, destroys the germ miittor,
and brings about a free, healthy 'cir
culation of blood which nourishes the
hair roots, causing thou! to tlghton
and grow new hair. We want every
body iu Bed Cloud who has any trotib'
Iu with hair or scalp to know, that
Bexall l:i" Hair Tonic is the best
hair tonic and restorative iu oxistenco,
and no othor ono should bo scolf at
or doubt this statement until they
havo put our claims to a fair tost,
with tho understanding that they pay
us nothing for tho remedy If it docs
not give full and complete satlsfactipu
in every parti julur. Two blzea, fiOc.
and 91. (Bold by the H. B. Orlce Druir
Co., KedCloucf. Nebr..
Lincoln Base Ball ClubDope Sheet.
Pitcher I. en Sohroedor, who was pur
chased by tho Lincoln liino Ball Club
from Burlington, Iowa, of the Central
Association, last summer for $.'00 was
given his Hist
Schrocdur has all the earmarks of a
great pitehor and will piobably win
many games for Lincoln during the
One of tho greatest pitching duels
over soon on the Lincoln Base Ball
Club's grounds occurred last Friday,
when Green's Nebraska Indians
played tho Lincoln Western League
Club. Tohey pitched for the Indians
and Johnson for the Lincoln team.
Johnson was formerly tho star pitcher
of the Indians and so was working
against his old team mates. Toboy
allowed only four hits and Johnson
only three. For seven innings neither
team got a man to second base. Thou
a lucky hit by Davidson after an error
by tho Indian third baseman, scored
tho only two runs of the game. Lin
coln won a toO.
The Lincoln Hum: Ball Club as de
cided upon for lli. scasor embraces
the following inou; Catchers, Sullivan
1 ... . .. . .... . .
trial for Lincoln litsL ' Riusoti; I'ltcliors, Holiroouor, John-
tho State rnivcisity. "' "emirlx, .Mines, Canty, lloclien-
herry; Mist base, Thomas; Heconil
base and manager, Fox; Shortstop,
(iaguier; Third base, l'ritchelt; Loft
Held, Judo; Center Held, Davidson;
Right field, Waldroti; Utility, Harris.
Harris, tho little Hooper, Nebraska
boy has been selected as utility player
011 tho Lincoln team this season. Har
ris Is' not yet twenty-onu years old and
last, season was practically his Urst ex
perience iu any kind of base ball, but
lie has developed rapidly and promises
to mako a great ball player.
For Headache. Biliousness
A pure grape cream of
tartar powder. Its fame
isworldwide. No alum,
no phosphatic acid.
There is never a ques
tion as to the absolute
purity and healthful
ness of the food it raises.
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