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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1910)
Every One Who Comes to Cotting's
for their Drug Wants is taking the
straight road to drug store satisfaction
There is a sign that will help point out the way and keep
) yvu uu mu nui uuin hi uiuy uuyiii.
Thousands and thousands were guided by it in 1 909 and
I nniK.inrK morn will iti.ilro lln linv mis .Spnsnn.
They know that that sign reads right, that it points out the
s straight true road to COTI ING'S Drug Store. We invite
you to join the procession for
CHAS. L. COTTING The Druggist.
l LOCALETTES J
Joe Fogel is in Kansas City this week.
Bernard McNeny went west Tues
day. Mr. Paulson was down from Iuuvale
All kinds of Shoo Repairing nt
Ausil Crabill was in St Joe the first
of the wcok.
Coul Oil 10c u gullon at Thk Mixni;
IJrtos Co. Stoim:.
James Peterson and wifo wore in
Rev llntos wont to Kansas City
The county commissioners are in
session this week.
W M. Crabill shipped 1 ears of cattle
to St. Joe Monday
Sherwood Albright is on tho road
for a Furniture Co.
Oscar Toel and brother cumo in on
10 Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Fort eutortained tho
500 Thursday evening.
Mrs. Susio Knlcy arrived in Hcd
Cloud Saturday night.
Bring in your furs whilo market is
high. J. 'O. Cauhvkll.
Silver Longtin returned to St. Mary,
Kns., Monday morning.
Seo Dr. Stockman for eye glasses.
Tho M. W. A. lodgo will havo instal
lation of ofllcors tonight.
Wantkd A frosh milch eow. Inquire
at Nowhouso Bros Store.
Bring your subscriptions to Cottiug
for magazines and papers.
Mrs. It. B. Fulton fell Wcduesday
morning breaking her hip.
Miss Iono Albright has accepted a
position in the State Hank.
As yet there is no news relativo to
the unveiling of the clock.
(5. V. Burgess and wife returned
homo from St. Joe Wednesday morn
ing. Fori S.r.K-Rhode Island Red Cock
rells. Inquire of Mns. C II. Rf-T, rfd
Buy a whip of Fogel, the harness
man, and got a freo chance on the $18
Karl Danker and wife stopped over
on thoir way from Kansas City to
Mrs Hd Pulsipher fell on tho sldu
walk Wednesday morning breaking
Messrs. Glebe and Hite of Bladen
were pleasant callers at this olllce
With every SI whip bought of Jc
Fogel you get a free ehanco on an S18
Tho A. O. V. W. and D. of II. lodges
held a joint installation of o Ulcers
t5oo. Volland and wifo canio down
from Hastings Saturday returning
THEATRE TALK NO. 2
It pays to wait after all, for the good comes in time, even in the
drama, bringing a splendid recompense for some of th"3 'cheats" you
"I.Ionlfl Cristo" which comes to town, pretty sronir. a play that can
be seen again and again by those vhohavo couh to feel the spell of real
ONE OF THE GREATEST DRA
MATIC TRIUMPHS OF THEAT
RICAL HISTORY, bothartisticall y
and financially. It has had phe
nomenal success throughout; the
entire world and will live in the annals ox the sta?;e as one of the high
est examples of dramatic literature. HOWEVER MERITORIOUS A
PLAY WITHOUT AIT INTELLIGENT CAST, an artistic and effective
production is impossible. No pains or expense has been spared to get
Che best. Young, bright, intelligent, resourceful actors have been
celected in each, instance, -with express reference to adaptability to the
parts assigned them.
' rvl xk&w'"' m' h- m1 '
nrWW I 511V tt I
m.. a ,,!,.., tannin nr hrnnd rrniifred and liberal minded. Th
are ready to hear any remarks, listen to any song, read any book, see
any play, try anything new, and they pass their verdict promptly
and infallibly. am x i amu
THAT BECOMES POPULAR IS
GOOD, AND NOTHING CAN BE
COME POPULAR THAT IS NOT
GOOD. The people- never make
a mij. i'w. Newspaper advertis-
The Verdict of the
W w I aduro : le TC-rterr to try anything that's advertised-oune.
, :?. ., ,r.r. t ii? rr:cT A R?Jnini examnle of this principle i?
tht. -of the ro mi io p'ay, "Monte Cristo" which will be presented !
Jhtrifi flinn Vhis rlav has been produced season after season fn,
feventyyyea?3. JtMUsbE MERITORIOUS DON'T YOU THINK
VSUAL PRICES WIL. PREVAIL.
MONDAY, JANUARY 24th.
Miss Bomgarduor of Wytnoro has
accepted a position as Monographer
for K. U. Overman.
Jim Moranville has installed a rural
phono and tlio-e needing voterinary
.erviee call on him.
Misi .Miihcl Day went to Lincoln
V(liit'sday to attend tho County Sup
on u tendon I'h ooii vent inn
i'ov. AuMin mid wifo arrived in llod
tlnu'i 'I'liosday evening to visit their
(latightor Mrs. Marry Cramer.
lim DoWitt who has lioeu visiting
rolatlves in Idaho and California ie
tinned lo tliis city v odllosday.
Coo. Martiudaio was called to lloxio,
Kansas tho llrst of tho week on ao
count of the death of his father.
As wo go to press wo learn of the
death of Mrs Crowell, mother of II. II.
Oowell, who lives north west of this
I In-'.'.Mil annual exhibition of the
Nelnaslca state I'oultiy Show will bo
held in Hastings, January lTili to 'Jlst,
M r Carey, operator at the Tepeo and
Miss Mable Martin wore married by
Rev. 1. V. Udson last Sunday after
noon. Tho ladies of the Christian church
will hold thoir monthly market at ftn.
Amack'h furniture store, Saturday
Morlmrt llros. have their hard coal
stoves on their iloor. Como in and see
tho tlnost line of tho host stoves you
over looked at.
Do you want a farm loan if so you
should see B. U. Overman, who is pro
pared to furnish you a loan at lowest
rates and without' delay. ,
O. It. Doyce and wife, L. Sherman
and wife, Ralph Sherman and wife and
Miss Mamie White wero tho guests of
lh'iiest Turrill and wifo Sunday
Hnrt Morhart has installed n Hying
delivery of his own. A pair of skates
and a boh sled. Needless to say he
makes hotter time than any of tho
rest of our people.
At tho Opera House Saturday night
"The Messenger Hoy" held forth to a
crowded house and was one of tho
best shows on the boards this season.
They carried an orchestra which was
To the young people You are es
pecially invited to attend services at
the Brethren church next Sunday
evening and hear a message from Rev.
J. K. Jarboo to tho young men and
women of Red Cloud. Come.
Mr. Henry Zalman and Miss Li.ie
Shultz two of Webster countyV well
known young people were married at
1 1 o'clock Wednesday morning nt the
home of Rev. Ilummoll. A big dinner
was served at the homo of tho bride's
W. II. Gordon of Dear Lodge, Mon
tana who was given 1i years lodging
by the state for highway robbery, sent
a Hue horse hair briddle to Sheriff
Hedge. Mr. Cordon will be remember
ed ns one of tho box car thieves de
tained in tho county jail a few mouths
Tho minister of tho church of Christ
L. An. Hussong will preach both morn
ing and ovening next Lord's day Jan.
1G in the Christian church. Ho asks
the people in general to hear these
Sermons. At 11 a. in. "Tho Viiluo of
lUblloal Research." At 7:.'10 p. in. a
praiso service will be followed by a
sermon on "How to Chango Human
You'll feel bettor after taking Do
Witt's Little Early Risers, tho safe,
sure, pleasant, gentle little liver pills.
If you would be suro of good results
insisted! I)eVltt's Carbolizcd Witch
Ilnzol Salvo, the original. It is good
for big cuts or little ones, smnll
scratches or bruises or big ones, but
it is especially good for piles. Sold
by all druggists.
Tho ilrm of Amuck ami Chancy has
been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Cunnoy retiring from tho ilrm. Mr.
Amack will continuo tho business
Ho is an expert undertaker and an
excellent judge of furniture and is in
a position to servo his customers with
promptness and despatch. Ho has an
abundance of push and energy and
will make his establishment headquar
ters for house furnishings. Wo wish
The Odd Kellows or this city in.
stalled thoir newly elected olllcors
Monday night. A very largo attend
nuco was present and the utmost good
will and brotherly feeling prevailed.
District Deputy Crand Master. Joif
Chaplin of Cowlcs was present and
conducted tho ceremony. Bro. Chap
lin has a pleasing manner and tho en
tire brotherhood hero are delighted
with his work.
The following are tho ofllcers for the
year: Kd, Hanson N. G C. II. Utile
V. 0., (). (.'. Teel Seo'y. K. W. Uoss
1 havo a nice lit t It 7 acre farm join
ing Red Cloud. This place has a good
house, good barn and chicken house
and other out buildings. This place
is fenced and (tos fenced, lias a nieo
bearing oieliard consisting of grapes.
ohi'i'iios etc. There is about I acres .
Ill alfalfa. This would til, ike all ideal
homo for line who just wants a few
notes. If void soon can bo hnuijif at
a bin gain, on easy terms Would tuse I
sumo stock mi this 7 acre tract at cash
I also hae!l ',,'aeios just on) side'
the t"n limits which can he bought I
mi viTj easy tonus. For further in
formal inn call on A. II. Caiii'I'..nti:i:.
Tho R.m Wing (Minn) Republican
has this idMiy ol the next number of
tho 1. eet ill o oui.se. '
The Kmily Waterman Concert Co., i
give an utertaliiiuoii' which was
tiDiti UrM to lust one of tin- happiest
ami must delightful that lias ,el up-!
poared at tho Auditorium. Miss
Wati-mimi. as reader, ipiiekly dispelled
all doubts as to her ability and lioforo
i lie o oiling was through hail won her
way lino the regard of her auditors so
tliat tho v. rdiet was widespread that
"she was the best reador I over head."
Her dialect story, " on I'ierio,' was
exquisitely given, but "At the Photo
grapliers," "Betsy Bobbetfand "WId
tier Doodles" wero whero she gained
the hearty attention of the audience.
Miss Waterman is thoroughly artistic
in her work. She was encored very
liboially and responded with appro
pi late selections. While the work of
her Mippoi t varied greatly It was much
enjoyed and all marked by a spirit of
fait lif ulness and devotion to their art.
Tho entoitaiiiment was admirable
throughout. At the Opera House, Fri
day, January t Uh,at8:irip in. Tickets
2."ie and o0e at Cook's Drug store.
Mr. Iieartus Campbell died at hi
homo in Cowles Jan. !, WlO. Funeral
services were held at the house con
ducted by the minister of the Christ
iau church. He was burn in Wayne
County Pennsylvania in the year isJl
and died from attack of pneumonia at
tho aire of 0.' years i) months and 'J I
days. Mr. Cumpbell located on a
homestead in this country some thirty
odd yeais ago whore lie lived continu
ally till HkiG when ho moved to Cowles
to spend the remainder of his days.
He was ono of our pioneer settlers mid
was greatly esteemed by all who know
him. He served his country in tho
civil war from 18(H to 18(1:. and receiv
ed an honorable discharge. 'J lie re
mains were brought to this city Tues
day afternoon and was met by a large ,
number of old soldiers who joined in i
the funoral procession lo the cemetery.
Uev.Stiiller of the Methodist church
conducted the short ceremony at tho
grave. He leaves to mourn his loss a
wifo, two sons, and four daughters,
two brothers mid two sisteis besides u
host of friends.
flWE Desire to Thank Our Patrons for
the Liberal Patronage Received During
the Past Year, and will Strive to merit
a Continueance of the same in the future.
CJOur Personal Services Are at
ALL THE PHONES
Successor to Amack O Clianey
LEADERS IN FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING.
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all The Public. I
If you are looking for the best dollar's worth p
If you want to be in the front rank with the prosperous j
If you are looking for distinction in the rank !j
See STEVENS BROTHERS Photographers.
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attractive proposition lo iiiiiko me
right man. Address
United Wireless Telephone Co.,
(i'J2 llee Illdg.,
WE wish to extend our sincere
thanks to our many friends for
their patronage during the past
We earnestly solicit a continuence
of your trade during 1910 and
will endeavor merit your business.
GEO. P. JOHNSON
Successor To Johnson & Grout
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30 Years of Success
The H. E. (iricc Druft Ce. Offer a
Remedy for Catarrh. The Medicine
tasts Nothing If It Falls.
When a medicine ellects a success
ful trout inent in nvory largo majority
of cases, and when we oiler that medi
cine on our own personal guarantee
that it will cost the user nothing if it
does not completely, relieve catarrh,
it is only reasonable that people should
believe us, or at least put our claim to
a practical test when we take all tho
Having secured three carloads of wire fencing at
It a BIG BARGAIN, we are willing to divide with you.
COME AND SEE,
PLATT & FREES CO.
P. S. we sell only full rolls: 15, 20 and 40 rods.
The annual mooting of tho stock
holders of tho u Cloud Creamery
Association will bo held at tho Court
House in Red Cloud on Saturday Jan
uary Ui, 1010, at2p, in. Kveryone
Interested In the Creamery, directly
or indirectly, is requested to be pres
ent. .1. R lil'OKI.KS, 1II1.
risk. These aro facts which wo want
the people to substantiate. Wo want j
tlioin to try KoMill Mucii-Tone, iiiuedi-,
cine prepared from a prescription of
a physician with whom catarrh was a
specialty, and who has a record of I
thirty years of enviable success to his j
We icceivo. more good reports about
Ilexall Mucu-Toiic than wo do of all
other catarrh remedies sold in our
store, and if more pcoplo only knew
what a thoroughly dependable remody
Kc.nuII Mucu-Tone is, it would be the
only catarrh remody we. would havo '
any demand for.
I'cxall Mucu-Totio is quickly ab
sorbed and by its thcroapeutio effect j
tends to disinfect and cleuuse the en
tiro mucous membraneous trnct, to
destroy and removo tho parasites ,
which injure tho membraneous tissues,
to soothn tho irritation uud heal the
sorouoss, btop tho mucous discharge,
build up strong, hoalthy tissue and re-1
lievo tho blood and system of dlsoased
mattor. Its influence is toward stimu
lating tho mueo-colls, aidiugdigestiou
and ininrovini? nutrition until the '
whole body vibrates with healthy iM
activity, in a comparatively snori; -a
timc It brliiL's about u notlceiiblu train I VVi
in weight, strength, good color and J
feellmr of buovancv. i
We urge you to try Itexall Much-
Tone, beginning a treatment today., Take your spectacle caso to No w
At any time you aro not sutisflod. fi,7 ) hottsu Bios. Theywillputyoiirinilials
ply come iitul toll us, and wo will . . . ,,,..,,,
quickly return vour money without ' "t0 or W'"0
question or quibble. We have Hexalll
Mucu-Tone in two sizes, .r0o and $1 (Mi. i (Jet your heating and cook stove in
Uomombcr you can obtain Kexall to shupo for winter. Order your stove
Remedies in Red Cloud only tit our p ,M f,.om Morimi.t Bros. now.
store, The Kexall htore. Ulto II. K, j
Grlce Drug Co.
The Home Grocery
P. A. Wullbrandt, Prop.
I carry a complete line of strictly fresh Groceries,
and my prices are such that it will pay you to do
your buying in this line of us. Only the first-class
brands of canned and package goods carried.
All staple Groceries in bulk at Bed-rock Prices.
fn pure goods .loaiillness;and sanitation tin
In a (Jrocery store more than in anything else,
buyers should demand Absoluto Cleanliness.
Vor cannot buy (Jrocerles in n dirty, ill-kept plnoo uml bo sine n
inn- hobble-. ,
Host for coughs and colds is Ken
nedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It
moves tho bowels freely yot gently and
thereby drives the cold from tho syu
tom. It stops tho cough. Children
like It -pleasant to take. Sold by nil
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