The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, January 27, 1910, Image 5

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lMft.1 I ammmmtmmm i,,
and Cattle
are as t-as to have as
any if you only take a
little precaution in hav
ing them make the best
use of their ferd. That
simply means feed
them an occasional
dose of the renowned
Dr. Hess' Stock Food.
It gives them an appe
tite, it tones their di
gestive organs ..nd
every ounce of feed
they eat counts. You
should try it. We
stand back of the Com
pany's guarantee.
Chas. L. Cotting,
The Druggist.
Mat Doyle spent Sunday in Superior.
Dr. Damcrcll was in Superior Mon
day. Renew your subscription for tin
Fred Good was down from Cowlos
Jim Correll was down from MeCook
Mrs. Iloiuford went ast Saturduy
C. F. Cather went west .Saturday
II. W. Conover was down from Me
Cook Sunday.
Mr. Searlo of Lincoln was in Red
Cloud Tuesday.
Coal Oil 10c. a gallon at Tiik Mixku
Buoh. Co. STOItK.
Dick Ruuchey tfnd wife wetit to
Cowlos Tuesday.
L. II. Fort and wifo went to Orleans
Tuestloy morning.
Jesso Norton and wifo wore up from
Superior Monday.
Alton Carpenter was inWichitu Co.,
Kansas this week.
Mrs Blackledgo returned homo
Tuesday morning.
Miss Mablo Day went to luuvalc
Wednesday evening.
Chas. Bennett and wife were down
from Cowles Friday.
V. K. Goer, Xed (Srlme- ami Hdgnr
Cowdon were in Kansas City tin's
Mrs. Nato l'latt went to Cowles
Wednesday morning.
James Peterson has .shipped in 3 car
loads of automobile.
Mrs. Win Reeves went to Outdo
Rook Tue-duy morning.
Bring in your furs while market is
high. J. O. Cai.hwkm.
See Dr. Stockman for eye glasses
Satisfaction guaranteed
Wastt.p A fresh milch cow. Infinite
at Newhoiisu Bros Stoie.
Mi-s Norma lliehunlxoti left for
Lincoln Monday morning.
Ijloyd liiadlirook of Wnodrull", Kus.,
was in town the tlrst of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Oly Iverson of Hidden
were visiting in Red Cloud Sunday.
(Set your orders in for hat ear of
$(!.00 furmiee coal. J. O. Cai.iwi:i.i..
l'm Sali; -Rhode Island Red Cock
rells Inquire of Mas. C. II. Hint, rfd
No. X
The liillmau Stock Co. have opened
a. 'J night engagement at the Opera
Foil Salk Tlireo show eases. In
quire at Ncwhoiise's for further particulars.
I have the White Hose Comb Leg
horn Roosters for sale. Mrs. Autiiur
Karl I'oyer of l'occa Tello. Idaho is
the guest of Geo. Hutchison and family
this week.
II. C. Lewis of Lincoln is the guest
of his brother in-law, J. II. Kllinger
this week.
Horn Jan 23rd, a daughter to Mr
aud Mrs. Joe Brubaker. Dr. Iteed is
in attendance.
Don't miss the HUiman Stock Co. at
tlic Opora House tonight, Friday and
Saturday nights.
W. A. Kent went to Wichita, Kas ,
Tuesday morning to attend the funer
al of F. V. Taylor.
Jim Moranville has installed a rural
phone and those needing veterinary
service call on him.
J. B. Hillers, who lias been visiting
his sister, Mrs. (). C. Teol returned
home Sunday night.
For Salk: Two typewriters good as
new, one Smith Premier and one Rem
ington. Inquire at this olllce.
Itov. Hussong wont to Blue Hill this
morning to deliver an address before
the Sunday school convention.
Anna K. Burg has been granted u
widow's pension of $12 per month.
Fred Manrer was her attorney.
To bad I know a family who are go
ing tojuove away so tliey.can change
their baby's name. They call it Taft.
The ladies of the Congregational
church will hold their monthly mnrkot
at die Homo (irocery store Saturday,
Jan. 'J'.itli.
Dr Warrick, the specialist late of
New York I-Jyc- mid Kar Hospital will
meeteye, ear. noj-o and throat patients
at Dr. Dciim-rell's olllce in Red Cloud,
Tuesday. Feb.Sth. Glasses fitted.
x3b tJnmr
New Plays
Fine Costumes
Special Scenery
Ihursday, Friday 8 Saturday
JANUARY 27, 28 and 29.
Mrs. C. It. Hale is visiting her moth
er, Mrs. Fred Wittwer south of town
this week.
G. II. Overing is attending tho Ne
braska Retail Ut-auite and Marble
dealers association meetlmr in Omaha
this week.
Tudle Saladen and wife have loaded
their ear and have moved to Soldcn,
Kansas, where they will make their
ftituie home.
John Havel has bought Will Hicks'
interest in the linn of PaikesX Hicks'
pool hall. Mr. Havel took possession
Morhmt llros. have their hard coal
stoves on their lloor. Come in Ftirf set)
the llnest line of the best sloves you
ever looked at.
Do you want a farm loan if so you
should see i. U. Overman, who is pro
pared to furnish you n loan at lowest
rate ud without delay.
M i hart llros. carry a complete lino
ol Kleutrio lamps, Carbon, Tungsten
and Tantalum also hi-low lamps 10-1
(let your lamps of them.
C K l'uttci'Min of Marysville, Mo ,
is visiting at A.J. White-'.-, and Henry
Hrubakor's of Cowles. Mr. Patterson
Is a largo farmer aud cattle feeder.
Salksmkn Vanti:ii to look after our
interest in Webster and udjacentcoun
ties. Salary or Commission Address
, Tin: Harvi:v 0;i. Co., Cleveland, O.
Will Patten has purchased the Bur
lington hotol of J. D Crans and will
tako possession of tho same March lbt.
Wo wisli you success Will and we have
uot learned what Mr. Crans will do in
the future.
Monte Cristo, which was played to a
large uudieuce at tho Opora IIouso
Monday night was a show of extra
ordinary high standard. Mr Loiule
who played the part of Edmond Dan
tos was a star from start to finish.
Tho firm of Stoner & Olmsteadof In
uvalo through their Attorney Bernard
McNeuy, Iliad in the U. S. District
Court u petition to be adjudged bank
rupts. We understand their liabil
ities arc 80,000 aud assets 87,000.
Word was recoived Monday from
Witchltn, Kausas that Frank V. Tay
lor, for many years ouo of our promi
nont business men, died in thut city
Sunday. Ho suffered u stroke of
paralysis from which ho failed to re
cover. Grand Master Kelly of Beaver City
stopped over Sunday on his way to
Bostwick where ho went to organize u
new lodge of Odd Fellows, lie made
this ofllce u pleasant visit. As Grand
Master Bro. Kelly fills the bill to a T.
(J rand Warden Paul Storey and G. II.
Overing of this city assisted him in
perfecting the organization.
I HAVK A (iitarter section 3 miles
from Red Cloud which I have just for
sale this week. There is l'.)0 acres un
der cultivation, pait uf it is now iu
crop. Tills place will sell on first
sight to a man that is able to make his
first payment. Can get possession by
the Fiist of March if desired. If sold
soon this place can be bought at a
bargain. For further information call
on A. 11 Cni'!.
You'll feel better after taking Do
Witt's Little Marly Uiseis, tho safe,
sure, pleasuiit, gentle little liver pills.
If you would be sure of good results
inbist on DeWitt's Carbolizcd Witch
Hazel Salve, the original. It is good
for big cuts or little ones, small
scratches or bruises or big ones, but
it is especially good for piles. Sold
by all druggists.
The Dunham estate consisting of
section 24 in Oak Creek township was
sold last Friday afternoon for .'17,100.
The north west quarter of this section
which had no improvements on it was
sold to Joe Komotschcr for 812,200.
Mr. rjunham was one of tho early sett
lers of this county and little lie
thought when he hoincstoaded the laud
about 10 years ago that it would sell
for such u price.
Tho services at the Christian church
next Lord's day Jan. .10th., will bo full
of interesting things iu the sermons
prepared on these themes; "Vitalizing
the Snnday School," at 11 a. m. and at
7:30 p. in, tho first sermon in a scries
of thrco on "The Princes of Israel"
will bo given, Theso sermons are
undor these titles, "The Prince of
Faith," "Tho Princo of Praise" and
'The Prince of Peaco." Tho minister
will preach both morning and evening.
All are cordially invited to attend.
The Rebokah lodge of Odd Fellows
held an interesting installation of of
ficers last Thursday.
Mrs. Nnnnio Hale Deputy Grand
Master was installing officer, Mrs.
Joseph Fogel, Grand Marshal, Miss
Mary Petorsou Grand Chaplin, Mrs.
Wondcrly GrandJWardon, Mrs. Cum
mings Grand Treas,, Miss Clara Mc
Millan Grand Sec. Officers installed
wore Mrs. Holmes N. G., Mrs. Frank
Smith V. G., Mrs. Alice Ruuchey Socy,
and O. C. Tecl Treas Tills society
has made an excollent record during
tho past year and is gaining in mem
bership and interest rapidly.
TAKE NOTICE-The Chief goes to a
number of people away from here to nearly
all the other states. We do not know these
p:opIeanddo not wish to stop the pacer of
any who want it, but we will revise our
list in a few weeks and at that time all un
paid foreign subscriptions will be discon
Georftc II. Throne.
George B. Throne was born iu
Cumberland County, Peun.,in tho
year 18.VI. iu the year 187:1 lie came
west to Indiana And on the :i0, of
October, I Hit) lie was united lu marring
to Murgaict Alt until ot Huntington,
lie ticcep'.cd liis Saviour Jesus Christ
and was baptized on December '.'.,
lB'.'J and has since made his home Ith
The Chinch of the lireilicrii.
In the spring of !!)" he moved with
his tiitnlly to Red Cloud, Nebraska.
To this union were born live children,
Leota Smith, .lohu, IMgnr, De.sslu and
Paul Throne, who with their mother
still survive him. The deceased pass
ed from this lite on earth on Saturday,
Jauuaiy .'.', into. Khler P. T. Grablll
of Silver Laltc, preached the funeral.
Again litis the sable cm tain fallen;
again the- cold hand of the last mes
senger to limit til until has been thrust
into our midst; again death lias taken
hold ot a felloiv-eitieii.a husband and
u father. Mr. Throne was known as a
good, a provident father aud
prosperous farmer. Iu his death on
last Saturday the entire conmuuity
suirercd a loss.
Passed Away.
1 hut the pathway of pleasure canuot
bo pursued without pain, seems to
have been vividly and sadly verified in
our midst this week, when the visit of
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Hanson of Ellen
dale, North Dakota to his relatives
here, was grievously broken by the
sickness and death of their bright little
boy 'J years aud t!'J days old. Tito
little ouo was afllictcd with whooping
cough when then that dread and dis
astrous complication of pneumonia
entered, which caused his deatii ou
last Monday morning Jan. 'ii. Tho
Hansons camo hero with theirchildren
some eight weeks ago to visit with the
families of J. II. Hanson and our fel
low townsman Ed. Hanson, father and
brother respectively of tho bereaved
parent. The funeral service was con
ducted by Kov. Stilller of tho M. E
church ou Wednesday afternoon; in
terment being made iu the Red Cloud
cemetery. Regrets are freely express
ed ever this visit having been so badly
marred, and profound sympathy for
this family so deeply tried and bereav
ed while away from their homo, is
truly extended by Tho Chief and its
many readers May tho little mound
remain intact till our Lord comes to
claim its precious trust.
Notice to Stockholders.
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the Indian (.'reck Telephone
Co. iu the Indian Creek schoolhouse,
Fridav afternoon, Feb. tth, at 2 o'clock
to elect officers and transact business
of importance. M. S Mahtin, Pros.
Fob I!i:nt: 1st) acre farm: Webster i
Co., Nebraska, !.' miles south oi luavule, ,
Xebr. t:i0 acres under cultivation, .TJ) I
under fence for pasture or hay land as
desiied. Write or call on Dr. C. W.
W.W.DI.N, Beatrice, Xebr.. John I), i
I'Titon. Rivorton, Xebr., or IInk or
lNvi i . Inavale, Xebr.
ClSnrinff the House Cleaning Time will
soon be here, you will find us prepared
with all the New Snappy Styles in our
line. Lace Curtains, Rugs all Complete.
flLady Assistant our own Personal
Services in our undertaking Depart
ment. License Nebraska & Kansas.
Ed. Amack, Prop.
The Attention of
all The Public.
If you are looking for the best dollar's worth
If you want to be in the front rank with the prosperous
If you are looking for distinction in the rank
See STEVENS BROTHERS Photographers.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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.
Successor To Johnson & Grout
They Grow Hair
Having secured three carloads of wire fencing at
!a BIG BARGAIN, we are willing to divide with you.
Yours truly,
P. S. we sell only full rolls: 15, 20 and 40 rods.
The Home Grocery
P. A. Wullbrandt, Prop.
Certain Ingredients If Properly Com
bined, Stimulate Human Hair Growth
Itesorein is ouo of tho most effectivo
germ destroyers vur discovered,
lletiwifiplitltol is u most powerful, yet
absolutely siifu uermicido mid tmtiHep
ttc, which prove n ts development of
germ matter, nnd creates a clean,
healthy condition.
Pilocarpine, although not a coloring
matter or dye, is an ingredient well
established for its power to restore
natural color to human hair.
Honix, becaiibe of its well-defined
softening and cleansing properties, is
most useful in the treatment of scalp
and hair diseases. Glycerine acts as
a stimulant to tho hair bulbs, and has
a soothing, healing nnd nourishing in
lluence. Alcohol is indispensable in
medicine because of its antiseptic,
stimulating and preservative qualities.
Rexall "03" Hair Tonic is chiefly
composed of these ingredients, which
aro compounded In u peculiar form,
and we believe it Is tho most effectivo
remedy kuown to medical science for
scalp and hair troubles gonerally. We
personally guarantee it to eradicate
dandruff and scalp irritations and to
grow hair, even though the scalp iu
spots Is bare of hair, providing of
course thoro is life und vitality re
maining iu the hair roots.
We want every ono troubled with
scalp disease, dandruff or loss of hair
to try Rexall "93" Hair Tonic. If it
does not remove dandruff and promote
u growth of hair to tho satisfaction of
the user, we will without question or
quibble return every cent paid us tor '
it. This guarantee is printed on ,
, ... ..: . .im
every paoxage. id nns eiieutcd inositol iv-
satisfactory results lu M out of 100 ' '! ijf
lloxiill "0.r Hair Tonic is ..ntlrolv t..wC.w C.wSSw
uiilllco and in every particular differ
ent from anything else we know of for
tho purpose for which it is recoiii
mi'udod. Wo urgo you to try It at
our entire risk. Certainly wo could
ollor no better guarantee. Two sizes,
50 cents nnd ?1. Sold In lied Cloud
only at our store, The Koxall Store.
Tho II. K. tlrico Drug Co.
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. Onlv the first-class
J? brands of canned and package goods carried.
5 All staple Groceries in bulk at Bed-rock Prices.
PloahiiftOCC '" lV u,'0L'el'y f,trc m("' tnau in nwythiug else,
ty UuCllllll02D buyers should demand Abvolnto Cleanliness.
y iir cannot imy liroceries lu a dirty, Ill-kept I. hikI )
fj pure goods ('icnnliness)nnd sanitation m i- .mi ii oun-. .
surf o
Tako your spectacle fitso to Xo w
house Uros. They will putyour initials
on it. free of charge
(let your heating and cook stove in
to shape for lntor. Order your stove
repairs from Mnrhnrt Bros. now.
Hest for coughs and colds is Kon
nedy's Liuatlvo Cough Syrup. It
moves the bowels freely yot gently and
thereby drives the cold from tho sys
tem. It stops the cough. Children
like It -pleasant to take. Sold by nil
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