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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1909)
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of kcf.n aniovamc Uh
the )11 st.lo dropp I !i lei- f utittiiin
pf-li, w hen the l"'ii tuiit '!tv it) tlic
middle nf (i letti-t ': l!i ; "i .In a led
the opera ion f Mime m v , dift;. .
ptoVoUiti..r at t -. t i in- i ud.d
fittircis. IciiUy join'-. N mi i'ii'i rii'ii
iini "I! 'his '" "-1" -
If it should inn ill., aI,,h rilitu.
you Would not lci-1 n tin- ! .i-t annoy
I'd. not oven n little bit. because oti
can calmly roach over nud dtp pen in
nearest inkwell, press the "Crescent
Filler'" once, ami instuutly pen - full
of inli. Hone so quickly that your
train of thought Is not cvin broken.
Moreover, thnt IlllinK operation
keeps tho feed channels clean and nn
eloggodso that the iluw of ink is always
certain and continuou-: never a lialk.
blot or ship; makes wiiting delicht
All sies and points; com in and
For Sale By
Chas. L. Cotting,
; LOCALETTES 5
Ld Taylor has mMu-m 1 to ok 'a
AllenTul'.c.'sis lioine ttoin N'upoitcc.
Mr-. Kius.-U is home fioin Lincoln
Mrs. T. A. Jones went to Aliua Satur
day. Neal Lindsay Ins returned to lied
Lvortoti Foe waa down from MeCook
Miss Alfa Longtla was In Supeiior
Clms. llogato was dawtt from Klito
Mrs. MeXeuy has returned from
Fred Maurer nud wlte are home
J Mgar Throne wont t &Iel'liermn,
A. I. Illy ami wifewt doim from
Met 'jo'.i, Sunday.
M!ss Josie Igou K ft for KutiMts t'i'y
Motida morn i in;.
Mrs. N. 111.- Met I'll ictuimd li t.Jo
Best things in
PAUL 5 1 OKhY
Win West mi I family
h tvo IlliiVtill
Imcij li this iity.
Mr. Fred Hcdrfs veiit to Cripple
Croh Siit'ii'ilny on I.V
Mr. in. . Mi. I!. I.. Lewis left on 10
Mon toy f.,i Michigan.
Mi-s May Hnlell left Tuesday for
St. Joe to attend school.
Men U alker loaves for Lincoln Sufi
day to atten 1 t'ulvei'tlty.
Mis, im Wilson is enjoying a visit
Willi Imt sis'er from Denver.
. II l'otterand wife loft on HI for
Chioigo We Inesday morning.
Mrs. Clatonco Jones returned to
liuitli' l!oek Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. P.M. Lurrick returned
from Seattle Imposition Monday.
Miss Murgiuiiet Hlchardson left for
St. Joe. Tuesday to attend school.
Mis. W. II. Taher returned home
Wednesday morning from Lincoln.
MNs Ma, lladell gave a picnic to
horgiil friends Satuiday afternoon.
K. I. (Herman made a bu-lness trip
to Itlumninglon ihe Urst of the week.
(irantlnia Halo Is spending a few
duHwilh l)ao HelTelbower and family
Fon Sam: An almost new .Smith
Premier Typewriter Mx. .V2 lied
John Corbet t has commenced tho
erection of a house in the. Piatt ad
dition. Huy a whip of Fogel, the harness
man, and got a free chance on the $1S
Mrs. Lois MeKoighan returned Tues
day evening from a pleasant visit in
Mr. and Mrs. J.C. P.roohs and daught
er have returned from the Seattle ex
position. Miss Vernon Story leaves Sunday
for Lincoln where she will enter the
VilheervSl whip bought of Joo
Fojjel you get a free chanco on an 91S
Mr. and Mrs. Welder man left Satur
day after visiting at the homo of his
mother in thin city.
Frank Cowden and Dell Turnuro
ami families pienleod at Maurer's
springs last Friday.
Kings Littlo Liver Pills easy to
take, gontle in action, pleasant offect.
Sold by llonry Cook.
Mr. It. O. lluuehoy Is visiting her
parent's, Mr. and Mrtt. llnrphatn at
Norton, lint., this week.
Rv. Fit, lett Tuesday for Longmout
Col ailor a two month', visit with
his sMtt 'has. iHiir Bladen.
Tb- Chicago specialist will bo at tho
Hoyal hotel lu if ml Cloud, Friday,
Oct. Jht. Consultation free.
(Jet ,-onr lie ifng and ' ool; stove in
to shiiue tor winter order your stove
from Mii-lii Hr now.
every line ever
Mrs. - ii.is din V i- went eat
1! b't Poller left Wednesday morn- Parley Plumb deparlrd We liu-sdny
tlig after a few days visil with his fo Iowa ity where he resumes bis
ptuvnls, Mr. ami Mrs. John Potter. Studies at college.
Folt S.tt.t. -A house of I looms and Foil Hunt A large barn with all ae
two lots cheap if sold soon. Iiiiiiirc O)lilintlatioii!. J blorlts nst of high
of tho Chief oilloo for futlher informa- school. L. A llussotig.
",,H , Dr. Ash.-r nod wife leave Siiiida,
Harry Sttulebaher left Monday on li night for Kansas! itv. where, he will
for McPhersoli. Knits., to continue his ' take n post graduate course In venterl
Studies at the Uruthcit selund at that
Mr. Householder and daughter Finn
els of near Iliudeu returned home
Saturday from an outing to the Seat tlo
Morhuit P.ros. him. their bard coal
stoves on their Hour. Come in and see
the llnest llueof the best stoves yon
ever looked at.
.lames Skewis of lnwood. Iowa, an
uncle of Henry (iilham has been visit
ing him ami his family anil sister has
ret ill lied l.i.me.
Tin- Indies of the Christian church
will hold their monthly market at
A made A Cluiuey furniture store,
September 1, HKM.
Mrs. Cora Whitaher has returned
from Xapoueo where she was called
1 on account of the Herlous illne-s of her
I sister Mis. LM fiillard.
I Moihart llros. carry a complete lino
of Fleet lie lamps. Carbon. Tungsten
and Tantalum also hi-low lamps KM.
(Jet your lamps of ilium.
In any emergency where salve is re
quired, use PinesalveCarboll.ed there
is nothing belter for cuts, burns and
bruises. Sold by Henry Cook.
Kov. J. K. Jarboo will preach at the
Tenant school house r miles north of
town next Sunday at ,'t p. in. L. A.
Whituker will assist in the song -er-vices.
Hoisi; and Lois roi: Sam:. A nice
i5 room house and 1' lots located
(dose in. This is a nice place. In
quire at the Chief olllee for further
Pr Warrick, the specialist will meet
eye, ear. noso ami throat patients and
those needing glanses properly lilted
at Ur. Pamerell'sollio in Red Cloud,
Tuesday. September 21.
.Mr. I'M gar Wiggins and Miss Mabel
Drake both of t.arlield precinct, wore
united in marriage Sunday at 10:"0 a
m. at the home of N. 15. Wagoner, ltev.
LP.. Wagoner officiating. The Chief
along with their many friends wish
I hem much joy.
J!y taking a dose or two of Hees
Laxative Cough Syrup you will get.
prompt reliof from a cough or cold,
It gently moves tho bowels, lu-als irri
tation of the throat, .nud stops the
eouvh. It U pleasant to take. Sold
' by Henry Cook.
I Take care of your
K,ul ,,il'ht ",l "- f"nl 'ou -'l lor
t,,,u '" wl,nt 'h)l ,,Wh- Kvel' i''
spoonful of Kodol digests ii ' , ppunds
'of food. Try it today. It Is guaran
' teed to tolieve jott or your money
back. Sold by all lc tiers
j The genial and proverbial stork
' hovered over the lesidenee of Prof. It.
1). Morit Satuiday night and blessed
him and his estimable wife with an in
fant daughter. Miss Moritz is strong
and active and bids fair to blossom in
to a Luxom lass in tlw season.
The Democrat and Peoples Independ
ent patty of Hed Cloud city held feli
city convention Tuesday night in the
court house and nominated tho follow
ing city officers: For Assessor, A. I).
Wonderly; For Constable, Al Slaby;
For Justice of Peace, Win. Mackey.
We desire to call tho attention of
our readers to the Public Sale of ltegls
tered Shorthorn cattle to bo held at
Hastings, Nob., Thursday, Sopt. vt, 'mi
Head tho advertisement In another
pnrt of this paper regarding this --ale
and iiuiko arrangements to attend.
'I here is nothing better wo know of
for all kidnoy trotibloa than Piueusle
Theso pills are really excellent incuses
of weak back and backache, pains in
the neck of tho bladder, ihenmatio
pain and kindred ailments, due to
weakened, disordered kidneys. Sold
by Henry Coo);.
We deslro to call the attention of
our readers to tho Public Sale of
lleglstered Cattle to bo hold at Hast
ings, Xebr., Thursday, Sept., S3, 'Of).
Read tho advertisement in another
part of this paper rognrding this sale
and arrange- to attend. They are tho
kind of cattle that Nobrnska farmors
When tho kidneys fail for any cause
to perform their important work of
passing off urio ncld from the body,
serious results will follow at such
times tako a good rollablo remedy
one that you can dopcud upon. Pin-
oulcs are an excellent preparation for
kidney troubles. They quickly relievo
backache, weak back, rheumatic pains,
etc. bold by Henry Cook
Frank Iv'udrna age 21 years died
Monday afternoon at the home of his
sister, Mrs. John Hovel in this city
of typhoid-pneumonia fovor. Tho
funeral was conducted by ltev. Hum
mel Wednesday afternoon and i tor
ment took placo In tho Hod Cloud
cemetery. He leaves his parents and
a number of brothers and sisters to
mourn their loss. Ho was a young
man of qxomplary habits and was
loved by all who knew him.
nary seien.-e. lie will be gotie about
0 months, but will make u visit to
this city tin first of t'Veiy month,
l'ev. Iliissoiig will jireaeh at the
Christian .-hureh in his regular woil.
.at II a. in. mid s p m. uet Lord's day
. St,l't. 17th Serutoii themes 'The Mis
siou of the church and the school"'; and
" 'Vhat is jour Lll'eV A cordial in
vital ion is extended by the church
and tho minister to these services.
When oii have piles don't fail to use
Man.an. th.- great pile lemedy. The
only teal w.iy to cure this nniiojing
trouble is to apply something that
will net on all parts affected. That K
what. Man .i n does. It is put up in a '
tube with tio..le attached. Sold liy i
Henry t ouk.
The people of this c immutiitv Wele
shocked ly the unfortunate death of
William llohrer a brother of I'.ilitir
Hros , s,.io,, contractors. It ,, ms
that tin- young man left this city .
Satuiday lor Lincoln to which place
he deputed for the third announce-
incut ol his wedding in tho Catholic1
church which would have occurred in
about twoweek.stiine. lie was return
ing hoinewheii he was killed in a wreck
near P.urnhain. The remains were
ideutilled in the Lincoln morgue by
his bride fo be. The sympathies of
this community go out to the bereaved
The pastor of the Congregational
church announced last Sunday that he
would preach next Sunday evening a
practical sermon on 'Tho Public
Schools Their Mission and Purpose."'
This si-niion ought to bo hcatd by all
school childicn the patrons of the
school, I hi- teachers and the school
board ol our Knl (loud school. .Ur.
Cressman is a practical school man i
having had years of experience In
school work and Is thereforo aide to,
give an interesting talk on the subject ,
above announced No otto interest, d,
In our public schools can afford to miss '
llev Ilumnul is homo from the
State Fair at Lincoln, nud in oi la
titat Webster County dono her self
proud and that dio took It It phic in
the central district, and catuo in com
petition with the corn product f the
entire east half of the Mate and they
won numerous premiums as follows;
-d on field corn. '51 mi w l,itc ami yel
low llinl coin, .Mb on lai-fcc white dent.
"!d on popcorn. 1st on tomatoes. 2d on
4th en musk melons. 'V on baled hay.
I'd ou pie plant, 1st on alfalfa seed. 1st
on flax seed, Lsl on milk I seed. .'Id ou
table beets. 1st on white barley, v'd on
spring ryo and Ith oti pumpkins.
Dave ilelUebower took 2d on apples.
National Aiciuuxr l.xsi uvsri: Co.,
(!i:villmi:n: This lot for is to thank
you for tho settlement recently made
by you of my accitient indemnity
claim. I particularly wish to thank
you for the prompt and full settlement
of the claim
Your draft of $1 i.l.yo in payment is
greatly appreciated by me, and 1 am
so much pleased wit li your settlement,
that 1 assure you that I can recom
mend your Company to any one and
every one. Yours truly,
A. X. Sim.iiT.
C. T. Dickenson also received a draft
foi-i?l'J.;il in settlement of claim against
them for John W. Cooper of Hellalre,
lvas. This shows how prompt this
company Is in settling with their pa
trons. Letter 1.1st.
List of letters romainlng uncallod
for at postolllce at Ued Cloud, Nob,
for the weekonding .September 101009,
Phllo Dnll'y '.', John F. (iiaff, Win.
Ilosklns, Mrs. 11 C. Uitchoy. Albert
La Mar, W. M. t'teinesan and II. T.
Those will bo sent to t he dead letter
oilleo Sept. :i0, l!)0'.i, if uncalled for
before. When calling for above pleaso
T. C. Hackeii, Postmaster
Kr.i Clouk, Ni:nn., Sopt. y, loon.
FlKI.ITV ACCIIIKNT I.X'SUKANCK Co ,
(iiintlkju-.n: On the sth of August
f was seriously injured, sustaining two
fractured ribs, a punctured lung and
a broken shoulder blade, being run
over by a team and water wagon while
thrashing. On August 7th I mailed to
tho Company proof in support of claim
and am today In receipt of tho first
monthly payment of S50 00 under the
continuing disability clause of my
policy. This Company has been very
prompt, liboral and courteous in hand
ling this matter. Kospectfully.
A. . Mm i.T.
C. W. lii-uut of tbih i-ity is local
agent for the above named company.
As Furnished by Hanson K Trine
Hens (fat) 0 por lb,
Cox :'; -
Springs 12 ' "
Ducks " -
liutter , 18 " "
L'ggs 17 " "
? Come in and see the
new styles for fall
Always glad to
1 Gowclen-lialey Clothing Co.
A !, i?i;.K.
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Do you know that it will pay YOU, as
well p.s US, to buy your liuilding Ma
torlal and Coal at our yards? Not only
that our prices averaoe lower, or at
least as low, as those of our competit
ors, but iieoausk wo take ospecial care
of and protect all can bo classed n.
II R ( U L A R C U S T OV
PL ATT &
The Chief $ 1 a year
First Door North of Posloflicc d
Dlrcr.loln: HotllC .1!) s m-d. rati ly -boil and full
aliove the w.usf li it I. ii lii' w-ty long skiit, fully
iiu-a-ing tlm hip- - ipiuesing their lullness and
proi'tii-ing th" -ttiii, l.t l.ip line Designed for
lather short, full forms. An addition to this
modol that adds to Its comfort and fltiug beauty
is found in the
SECU2OTY Rubber Button Hose
rust ptoof. of coin-si' which aio ae, .uately placed
by the designer of these ni'dcls at front and sides.
Model .'!) lVliltc Batiste. White Coutlllc
PRICE $1.00 to $5.00
Same Pattern In delicate White Floured Broche.
PRICE $100 to $500
FREBS CO. '
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