The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, July 13, 1911, Image 4

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CLEARING
Shirt, Hat i Oxford Sale
Now
Big lot of Wilson Bros. & Ferguson & McKinney Dress
Shirts worth $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, al . . . .
Men's Tiger and Champion $3.00, 2.50
7 3-8 at $1.85
Men's Black Oxfords, 20 per
Men's Tan Oxfords,
Special price on Men's Suits, Fancies, Blacks and Blue Serges
Cowden - Kaley Clothing
Company
Red Cloud's Foremost Clothiers.
Don't Throw Away Money
By paying more APA
than 9v"
for 500 pounds
capacity
for this is the price of a
BEATRI C E
CREAM SEPARATOR
Other Him ! Other Price
The most sanitary separator built. The
only separator supplied with a centrifugal
washing device that overcomes all
the drudgery of washing up the
separator.
tkfditcly Cninntte TkrMfkMt
Beatrice Creamery Co.
Uacoln, Nehr.
For sale by GEO. W. TRINE,
Agent, Red Cloud
How About Your
POULTRY 1
We have good facilities for handling
Poultry and Eggs, and always pay
The Highest Cash Price
Your patronage solicited. Give us
a trial.
George W. Trine
Opposite Postoffice, Red Cloud
Bell phone, . . . Black 225
JULY
A BIG
on at Our Store
worth $3.75, 4.00, 4.50 and $5 at
$2.90
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9 y
m aw
SALE
75c
hats sizes 6 3-4 to
cent Discount.
First Door North of Postoffice
Swift's
Premium
Hams
and Bacon
John
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"Dutch
Butcher"
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Ely's Cream Balm
This Romody'is n Spoclflc,
Suro to Civo Sntlsfactlon.
OIVES RELIEF AT ONCE
It floan-o, hoothes, heal, ami iimti- is the
ilisra-i'il meiuliraui). It emes ('utairli and
drives nwav a Cold in Ihn lleol ipuekly,
Rostores tuo Senses of Tatn unit Smoll.
ijisy to use. ContaliH no injurtnus ilriis.
Apiilluil into tho nostiils nml ulurhcd.
I,ar(,'o Si.i, 5(1 i enla at nrnrui-tH or by
mull; Trial Slo. 10 cents hv mail.
ELY BKOTIIERS. 56 Warren St.. New York,
DR. 8. J. CUNNINGHAM
DENTIST
Successor to Dr. J. S. BSUQli
At the old stand over the
State Bank. Phone 131.
For Sale JRlfiR
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Yost y
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Political Announcements.
Tin' columns of the chief uic open
lor legitimate niheitisements of all
kinds. Candidates, regardless of jmrty
Hflllintlon, are welcome to use tliese
columns Trice of announcement, $.".
POKCOUNTV CLERK
I hereby nnuuuticc niynelf ns n candidate
for reelection nit County Clerk ot Webster
County, Nehr., on Hit- llepubllenn ticket,
(iilbjeet to the decision of the votcn lit the
Primary KUetlon to he held A imust !. mil,
K V. Hoss.
FOR COUNT V CLERK
f hen liy ant ounce myself nn n candidate
for llio olJIce of Counly Clerk of M'elMtr
Cniinty, Nehr., iiihjtct to the will ol the vot
ersof thtrlicmorrsitlcaud t'uiplc's IliilcpciKt
eiit I'arty at the Primary Klcctlon to he hehl
Auk. id. Rill. v. it. ii.vii,i-:.
FOR COUNTY CLERK
Vt e have hi en iiutlmrled to :innoiiuce the
naiueof (li Mun. II tori.uof Iteil Clotnl. for
nomination M Countj clerk, subjiet to the
will of the IH "mi rat ami Piupli-'s hull pt int
ent voteis at tfe I'iIijcuj election Aumist
1'itii, inn.
KOUCOINl'V(Li-;i!K
Wearo uuthortul lo aunonnrc . (,.
"-Iinimounsn candidate or uoinliritlon :is
iinnit i'h ik sulijiet to tin- w in of tin re
pnlilicau vulin a', the prtmurv elulloti.
Ainin-t nth
FOR COl XIV CLERK.
I lieietij anuiiiiiKi iiiy-olf as a tat.ttidalf
fur the nlllee of (cmtity eli rl of Webster
niiinij . m nrusKu.siu jeei 10 uv m oi me
Miursof ii.i.in.Kimu, ami wtopii-v lu.l.- I
pcntluit parties at the military ilcitloulo
lie hi hi Aumisi !-,. mil.
ti. v. li v ii.
l-'OR ChKRK DISTRICT CO CRT.
I hi reli.v announi'e iu,tir ns u i".iiillil.tfe
for theolllieof elerk of elm illstflel rourt.
Hiilijeel to the will of llm lt;iiiiirt:itle nml
Pi-ople's liulepiuikut oti rt at the prlm.iry
elii tfun to he held AumM 1.,, lull.
Knirii f MclCi'.ii'.ii.vx.
CLKRK OP DISTRICT COURT
I hereby announce ni.vsi'ir as a einirllitate
for Clerk of the lUstrlct Court of Vi'ebutrr
County, on the Itepiihllcau ticket, iiihjrrt to
tht'ilcelsliin of the voters ar the primary
eleetliiu to he held Aimust l.'illl.. PHI.
ciiiv. i:. i: Kin i, f.
FOR COUXTV TRKASURKR.
Hi have lii'i'ii autluirli il to auuiiiinre the '
iaiuliil:ie. nf di n. . I I ni fur tluMillui i
of riiunt) tteusiuel. illii i't to tin Mill uf
the 11111111 rat ami 1'enple's ImlipeniUut
li.trtlisal the prtiuaiv i In tlim uuust 1'ith,
Pill.
KOR COl'XTV TKRASLTRKR.
We h.'we In n uthorlul to annniiee the
eatullilaey of II. c. Wiiiiiu i, of Itiweiuont.
for theollleeof County 'I'reasurtr. suhjiet to
the will of the liemoeratle nml Peoples In
ileKi)ileiil Parties at thciprimary elietinn
Aiujust l.Mli. mil.
FOR TREASURER
We lime hecu authorleil to announce the
eanillil.'icy of it. W. Knosr. for the oilk-e of
iiiunty 'rreaHiirer. suhjeet to tit will of the
Kepiihlleiin Mittrs at the primary election
AUKiist loth. mil.
FOR TREASURER
We hae Ihcii authorleit to announce the
name of . A. Arnold. of llltm Hill, for the
noiiitnatiiin of County Trcamirfr, Hiitijt-et to
the will of the fiemoernt and l'eople'ri Inde
pendent voters at the Primary election to he
held AtiKusi ir)t inn.
FOR SHERIFF
I htrehy announce myself-a i-andhlatc for
the nomination of Mierlll of Wetwter county
Hiihjeet to the will of the ItepiiMicnii voters,
to he expressed at the primary election Aug.
list l.-.lh, mil. (i. It. IIki.ijk.
FOR SHERIFF
I herehj announce inyNelfia candidate for
thenomluatlouof.Nlierlll ofiWeliNter loiiuty
.subject tn tin Hill of the democratic and
I'eople'K Independent partii-H at the primary
elietlou nvust I j. lllll. .1 vmkh MrllitltiK.
FOR .SHERIFF
I hereby announce mHell ns a candidate
furSherltl of Webster County. XehriiNka. on
the nemocrntlc ticket subject to the decision
of the voters at the Primary diction to he
held Auuust ir. mil. .1. r, Iteit.l.lKiK.
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce myself a candidate tor
the olllcnot Shcrltl'ol Webster County, mib
Jcct to the will of tho- voters of the Demo,
cratleand People'u lulependent Parties.
.foK V. Cnow.
FOR SHERIFF.
I hcrubv nnounc. myself a cnndldale for
the nomination of Sherlllof Welwter county
BUbJecttolhewllliif the Itepuhllean voters,
to be expressed at th primary election Au.
tut Kith. mil. Vi. Woi.kk.
FOR SHERIFF.
I hcreb) Announce myself a i andldate fur
the nomination of Sherlll of obster countj
HiibJict lo the will of u Democratic nnd
1'eoplis ludepeudiut pnrtliwat the primary
elielliin uUsl dill, lll. i:. W.l'opi kn.
FOR SHERIFF
I liinlit announce mjMlf a eauilliliile fur
tin iinmlnatliiuof Mierlll of Wi bttr iiiunty
siibjiet lothi will nf tin lusnocratli and
ii. ....I. i...in , . . ... i
.. ' ., ' . :,.v , V': :' .ir m:,r,l" tho l,,t WK aviation meet
- - i " lit I I Ph.
FOR COl XTY JUDllE
iii.t i iin t , .ni mi...iuiif nth. mil
1 herein auuouuie mjulf ns it laudldati
or i ounlj iikIl'i' uf ilmt.r i oiinly. Ne
braska, suhjett to the will nl tho l.'Ui-turs of
the In moiMtlc nud Peoplo's Indipeiultnt
I'ariiesnt Hie primary miction to lie Ik til
uuM 1Mb. mil.-. n. Uxs.m .
FOR roiNTV CO.MMlasioNEU
I Iiueby announce mjhelf n candldain for
the nomination of (unty coinntlMloui'r of
lomiuUsloui'i' District .so, I, imhjict lo the
will of Hie People'i Independent and Ileum
crallc parties at the primary election to be
held AiiKiixt IV IHI1. Oko. II. Coos.
' FORIOFXTN COMMISSIONER
I hen h. unuounti iny-i II :i ( .iiidliliiU (or
tin nomination of I oiiuH ouiliiWslnm I n(
i iiiumlssloiicr nlstilct mi. I, siibjicl to tin
lll id the Pmple's hull pi inletit it ml Ileum
cratlc piirtlcsiit the ipilmur.t ilicllim to In
hi hi A timed I,, mil, . (, ltd i f i it i .
J'OI: ROAD OVERSEER
I herdiy announce injoelf n candidate lor
HoiiiKKerHier of Itomt District No. .1. Web
ster i utility, subject to the Hill of the Milt rs
of the Republican pnrty. Wn.i. 1'istmt.
Something About Our
Chautauqua Talent
Dr. Frank Crane: For several years
preacher t the Chicago university;
for seven years pastor at the great
I'nlon church, Worcester, Mn-s.: for
tvu years editorial writer on Chicago
Tribune, a contributor to Atlantic
monthly, Century and MedureV.: ait
thoratnl poet.
Ih (J. 15. Miigulre Has the dlstlne
tlon of being the (list A'hite man to go
up tlit Congo after Stanley came
down for seven years an evploier in
tlte wilds of Africa; his .lubiect.'-With
an Iri-hinati Tliiough tlw. Jungles ol
Afiiea."
C. 1". Wheeler A globe trotter who
has studied farms mid farm life in all
parts of the world in older to pre-vnt
' The Rouanee of the Reaper" in an
illustrated lecture.
Taliuti lile story A white child.
a mow a capitvc, a paleface savage
,.,,. i i, . . . . i i- i
,:a ,l,"t'1 ' Cutter, an Indian soldier.
" "'' "'i u uiiiiuw,) prisoner, a mini
eil wuiuleier a. converted savatre. anil
now a widely read author iiiul Uhtin
KUiMied leutrrer.
Dr. II. V. Aduoii: For llvo yeimMin
editor: for four yeat an iustruetor in
law; for ten yt-urs pnstor of tlte lead
InR church, 13im Moines, Iowa; now
exclusively ilexoted to lecturing.
C. V. Hurgdurfer: Simply a funny
man. His advent was a joke, his MtV?
is h joke, his demise will be no joke
Lulu Tyler (fiittrt: Iinpersoiiator,
render, inonolojiist, in repertoire.
"Sky Pilot," "Xantv t ltltii-ll," "Mon
sieitr HeatiLMlre, "A OihiuI Army
Man." "A .Servant in the House."
'I'hi' I'lineeof India."
tiov. Riehanl Vwte-t. es ifoveritor ol
Illinois.
V. X. Toiiipkiu h who has conducted
many lare parties through Yellow
stone pari;, will lecture on "A Trip
Through tlod's Out of Doors, illus.
tinted hv 00 views.
Chicago Ladies' (Viehestra This or
ganization is probably the hest of its
kind presented by nny C!iuutiuiiim
In America toduy. We do not liesi
tate to say that this organization has
no Miperior any where.
Forbes.' Juvenile Pipe Hand: The
company consists of sixteen musi
cians, one htttnorht and entertainer,
one lady bug-pipeaml soprano soloist.
The program consists of baud music,
marches, drills, reels, dances, etc.
Ferguson Jubilee SlngerM The
Dixies are acknowledged to be the
leading colored company in America.
On Sunday evening they will sing
"The Messiah."
Red Cloud Conucrt Band: Consists
of twenty pieces v. will furnish free
outdoor coneert.veaoh evening.
Red Cloud Orchestra: Consists of
ten pieces. Roth the concert band and
orchestra are under the leadership of
I'rof. Bet.. I'rof. Retz has a state
wide reputation as a musician and
leader nnd under his able management
has given Red Cloud two musical or
ganizations classed among the best in
the state.
Moving Pictures: The very best
films have been secured, both in sub
ject matter uud grade of lllms. At
considerable extra expense the man
agement has soured the oillclnl films
of the Passion Play at Oberatnmergaii
in 10 10. The til in is hand-colored and
consists of three reels, each 10(H) feet
in length. The first and second reels
will be givcBinext Sunday evening and
the third reel Monday evening. Tues
day's subject, "Picture Lund'; Wed
nesday's subject, "Damon and Pyth
ias," first reel; Thursday's subject,
"Damon and Pythias," second reel;
Friday, "Frontier Day at Cheyenne";
Saturday, "Romance of the Reaper";
Sunday, "Ben Hur."
The World's Greatest
Aviators at Hastings
Hastings. Xeb. When Olenu II.
Curtlss brings his world famed avi
ators to this city on July IS and 111,
the whole of Central Nebraska's pop
ulation will lie interested in giving
them a rousing welcome, for this will
ever
big
I I. 1 J I . O . IK 1 t 1 it
iituti iii v-uui-iiii tM'uniMvii iiim in
gest enterprise ever attempted by any
eointnnrcial organization iu the cen
tral west. The meeting is under the
auspices of tlte Hastings Chamber of
Commence, which will Insure all visit
ors u square deal iu tho matter of giv
ing a full, bona fido program of feats
by these, ''bird men."
Widow's Pension.
The recent act of April 10th. 190g
gives to all soldiers' widows a pension
of 812 per month. Fred Maurer, the
ttorney, has all nee essary blanks.
on
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DIFFERENT BTYLEB
is as anplicable to the ornamentation
of a grave, on the erection of a stone,
as it is to architecture.
Your Ideas About a Monument
will be carefully carried out on an or
der given us.
We study to please each individual
pntron.
DHTcrcnt Monuments for Diff
erent Graves.
ED. McALISTER
RED ( Lol'D.
XEBRASKA
Bon-Ton-Bakery and
Restaurant.
Bread. Pies and Cakes made iu Rod
Cloud from Red Cloud FLOUR.
MEALS 20 CENTS
ICE CHE AM mODA a CENT
IfK Cheui 25 Ci:ir.s Pm: Qimut.
Wk use artificial lit. made fiotn III
teied wafer pure and clean.
HUBERT NEUERBURG
FIRE
tnSURANGI:
POLICY
ilaJS
Don't Delay Ordering
a tire insurance policy from us a
single day. Fire isn't going to
stay away because you are not in
sured. In fact, it seems to pick
out the man foolish enough to be
without
A ril9E INSURANCE FOLICY
Have us Usuo you a policy to-day.
Dou't hesitate about the matter.
The fire fiend may have your
house down on the list for a visit
this very night.
MAHK WHAT I 9 AY
O. C. TEEL,
Reliable Insurance,
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
DENTIBT
Moon Block, Red Cloud
In Riverton every Monday
What It the difference between mo hone it
farmer aid a thief?
One rs the so, the other snlh the till!
Ml IMsMUl ii.
MENTION THE FARMER,
WITH SITU A DIMIKPI TAIU.E
CHARACTER, III I U'HE FARMER
SIIIXES IX COMPARISON
We Want All Farmers To Know
That Wo Want
Their Choice Fat Stock,
Hides And Tallow.
ton which
We Pay the Market Price, In Cash
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