The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, August 03, 1911, Image 5

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S LOCALETTES s
Dr. Sanderson whs in Cowles Tues
day. Dr. Cunningham, Dentist over State
Bank. '
(Jims Hogate of Bladen was in town
Frliliiy. '
Miss-lone Albright Is home from
Minnesota.
. All kinds of bleetrical work done by
.Morliart Bros
D.ive Hiunutt ot MeCook visited A.
P. Wy last week.
Mrs. John Wccsupr ! homo from :i
visit at Supeilor.
The Comity Commissioners were in
cession this week.
Remember the Maud Concert evoiy
Thursday evening.
A. 11. Records anil wife of Hastings
arc in town this week.
I. 15. Ilyilo of Hastings was down
from there Wednesday.
Mis. Ii. M Wllgus of Ukluh, Calif.,
Isvlslllng Mrs. 1. 1 Ueall
W. A. Wheeler of Hastings was
down on business Tuesday.
13. II. Newhouse went to Omaha
Tuesday morning on business
Oscar Hughes returned from a busi
ness trip at Hastings Saturday.
Frank l'erry bus moved into his
new residence in tho Piatt addition.
Bernard McNeny, who has been on
the sick list for a few dHys, Is out
again.
Mrs. Nate Piatt and daughter went
to Cowles Wednesday morning to visit
relatives.
Miss Hose McGuire spent .several
days visiting relatives last week at
Inavale.
' Arthur Johnson of Holdrege is In
town in behalf of the Nebraska Tele
phone Co.
Mrs. Stella Patterson and daughter
returned home after a week's visit at
Kearney.
Chas. Schwann and son Harry have
left for a week's visit with friends at
MeCook, Neb.
Jack Masters and wife have moved
to Guide Rock, where they will reside
in the future.
Mrs. Herrick, daughter of N. It.
Simpson, is visiting at her fathei's
home this week.
The Diamond Electric Vaeutn clean
er demonstrated in your home free.
Call Phone Red 07.
The W.C. R. will meet Saturday
afternoon at 2:30. Every member is
requested to be present.
The Red Cloud ball team went to
Hastings Wednesday where! hey play
ed the Ingleslde team.
Mrs. Barbara I'hurcs has commenced
excavating on her lots in the south
ward for a now residence.
Ths telephone gang of the Nebraska
Telephone Co are reconstructing the
line from this city to Lester.
Wall paper, paint, varnish, mould
ing, painting and papering contract
ed. Sloss, the Wall Paper Man.
The iluest. line and best assortment
of Harness ever carried before. Call
and look it over. Mouhakt Bros.
See Dr. Warrick, the specialist, at
Dr. Danierell's office Tuesday, August
8tb. Eyes tested and glasses fitted.
About 175 tickets were sold from
here Wednesday to Hastings. Ring
ling Bros', circus was the attraction.
Earn $150 to 8200 per month by
learning a trade at home Start now.
Particulars free. Box 125, Hooper, Neb.
Oscar Hughes and wife, Mrs. Bernard
McNeny, Ned Grimes and B. 1- Mc
Farland took in the circus at Hastings
Wednesday.
Mrs. P J. Curl of Lnpg Island, Kas.,
a sister of J. A. McArtlmr, spent
Saturday and Sunday with h'm and
his family.
Mrs. Barbaia l'hare.s left! for Omaha
Sunday morning to buy a new line of
fall goods for'Uho P. Newhouso dry
goods btore.
Farm Loans, I am again jeady to
make farm loans at the lowest rate
and best terms. I am sole agent for
Trevett, Mattls & Baker. Some pri
vate money
. J. H. Ba'.ley. Red Cloud, Nebr
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M'ss Mini t.-ok lottinicd Monday
from urnVutidod visit with relative
at Racine, Wis , and Chicago. She re
pit Is a Hue time.
M.J. Meluernoy arrived home from
Kansas City Sunday morning, where
he has just completed a course In the
jewelry business. s"
1'iank Watson of Woiner, Kas., is in
town today and teports a very heavy
rain at Womer; ft' t Inches fell there
Wednesday night. .''
H.J. Maurer, C. I). Robinson and
Louie Schmidt returned from Denver
Saturday morning, whero they had
been for an outing.
A. T. Walker went to Colorado
last Thursday morning for his health.
C. 10. Strong joined him at Culberfson
and went with him.
Wanted Piano nunlls. ITnlversitv
School of Music giaduate. Three years
pupil of Henry P. Haines. Maiiik
Smiiii lit ok. Phono Bell 111.
Misses Mabel llolmgruin and Carrie
DcWit I spent Sunday in Bostwick with
fi lends. Mabel says they can't tell
her that It doesn't rain in Nebraska.
Dr. Moranville. C. C. MoConkey and
tho Independent Phone Co., had euib
lug put in front of their places this
week, which is a great Improvement.
W.vxir.i) Man with family wants
position on farm, either by month or
on shares, for this fall or inthesprlng.
K. K. Si'iiiNUER, R. I. D. No. .'I, care
II. C. Harris.
Rev. J. M. Bates will hold services
at Grace church next Sunday and will
start Monday on his vacation, which
will be spent mostly in Cherry and
Brown counties.
Dr. Warrick, the specialist will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients and
those needing glasses properly Htteu
at Dr. DttmcreU's ofllce in Red Cloud
Tuesday, Aug. 8th.
Foley Kidney Pills will chock the
progress of your kidney and bladder
trouble and heal by removing the
cause. Try them. Sold by Henry
Cook the Druggist.
Wilber Peterson is the proud father
of a bouncing baby boy which arrived
Saturday afternoon. Both grandpas
are doing well and will no doubt re
cover from the shock.
Do not allow your kidney and blad
der trouble to develop beyond the
reach of medicine. Take Foley Kidney
I'liis. inflv mvo ouick results huu
stop Irregularities with surprising
promptness r or saie at nenrv v-ook s
drug store.
Charles, the seven-year-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Overman, died last
Sunday evening after a brief illness.
The funeral services will be held at
tho Overman home next Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock.
Wolfe &. Whitaker, general black
smiths, now carry a full line of farm
implements, surreys, buggies, wagons,
gang plows, gas engines, stacker
ropes, all kinds of machinery and
heavy hardware, and all supplies for
same. Also all kinds of oil.
We wish to announce to the public
generally, that we have the well known
Taylor Ranch for sale. This consists
of 540 acres, G miles south east of Red
Cloud. This place needs no commeda
tion as it is known far aud near as the
very best bottom farm in Webster
County. Wai.kkr & Kknt.
Dr. I). D. Sanderson has decided to
pitch his tent in this city and be a
permanent resident. The Doctor is a
graduate of Barnes Medical College
located at St. Louis and comes highly
recommended. We extend the glad
hand and welcome Doctor Sanderson
to our city.
In order to fill the store room of the
Cowdcn-Kaley Clothing Compauy's
building with the very best furnishing
goods, Mr. Frank Cowden, the senior
member of the firm, leaves for Chicago
and other eastern markets the first of
next week. He will be gone about
ten days and is very confident that he
will return with some exceptional
bargains.
In 11K)S the'inanagemoi.t of the State
Pulp built an auditorium with 5,000
comfortablo seats in which tired sight
seers might rest and enjoy oeveral con
certs each day by one of tho best bands
I to bo secured In the United States.
September 4th to 8th this year the
! wonderful A. Liberates New York City
Military Band and grand opera con-
'cert company of 41 Instrumentalists
' and 20 Blngers some of whom are the
best Italian grand opera soloists to be
I am a candidate for re-election
to the office of
County Judge
and ask the support of the Peo
ple's Independent - Democratic
electors at the primary.
I. W. EDSON.
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Suit lines,
found in the country will be heard in
concerts at 10:80 a. m , and 1 :30 and
4 p. in. The name "Llberatl" explains
the merit of this musical organization
to music lovers.
More people, men and women, are
sulfcriug from kidney and bladder
trouble than ever before, and each
year more of them turn for quick re
lief and permanent benefit to Foley's
Kidnev Reincdv. which has Droven it
self to bo one of tho roost effective i
remedies for kidney and bladder ail
ments that medical science has de
vised. Sold at Henry Cook's drug
store.
As an example of the ideal at vari
ance with the real or practical we
might point to our street crossings.
Wc can readily see that it would be
very well to have the entire city slope
on one continous plane but as the
years go by and the dirt in the street
floats away we ilnd that in some places
the crossings are two feet higher than
the streets.
An exciting ball game was played on
the local diamond Friday between
Oriole, Kas., and the local team. Bar
ber pitched fcr the locals and Dickson
for Oriole. Red Cloud won the game 10
to 9, taking 13 innings to make 'the
winning run. Numerous errors were
made on both sides. Another game
will be played by these teams in the
near future.
The unusually large ruin of lust
night played havoc with the railroads
both east, west and north of this city.
Bridges were washed out and. trains
were unable to get in or out. Train
No. 15 was compelled to remain here
Among the passengers were ex-Hover-
Shallengerber and his daughter The
Governor made this ofllce a pleasan
call. He is always genial and inv
esting and wc were pleased with t..
visit. Mrs. Beauchamp held her large audi
ence spellbound for more than an
hour. Her lecture was simply grand.
She is a brilliant, intelligent woman
of power; she carries away with her
the blessings and prayers of some of
the best men and women of our city.
Daily News, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Mrs Frances Beauchamp will be in
Red Cloud the 10th and 11th of August
and will speak on two lire topics of
the day, "Temperance and Woman
Suffrage." Free at the M. R. church.
COWLES '
Mr. Ida Squires Is on tho sick list.
We are glad to learn Mie lb better at
this writing.
Miss Jessie Squires came down from
Hustiugs Tuesday for a short visit
with old friends,
C. W. Fuller and family autoeddown
from Lincoln Wednesday. They re
port Lincoln and vaclnity very dry.
Jas, Hayes, who has been visiting
relatives in this vaclnity for a short
time,-started home Tuesday at Litch
field, Nebr.
Aunt Pine Paul, whofbas been sick
for some ti,me,,ls some bettor at pres
ent. 8hebas,a nurse attending her
rom Hastings.
Earl Pauland wife efHolyoke, Colo.,
are here in their auto making a visit
with relatives. Earl Paul is the son
of Uncle Todd Paul of this place.
E. White received his goods Thurs
day and is moving out on a farm north
west of town. Ho has moved from
near Oberlin, Kas.
Miss Avos Ritchoy went to Hastings
Friday to visit a friend that she got
acquainted with on returning from
Philippines recently.
Miss Vena Brubaker, who has .been
acting as cashier of the Campbell Bank
for a number of weeks during a .raca?
.tion of the' cashier, came home TmeSr
day. "t. it- v -wih..n.ih urijjj
CJTo reduce our stock of Clothing and Gents'
are offering for sale
20 Per
Cen
Suits, including the
A few Suits, odds
will be sold at a
Tliis slorc is the home of Hart
Geo. Holt of the tlrm of Holt A.
Boren went to Lincoln Monday to
bring back a new Bulck ear. Ho sold
his last car to Dr. Boren.
Tho Cowles base ball fans went to
Guide Rock Tuesday to cross bats
with that aggregation and won with a
score of 2 to 1. It was a good amateur
game.
Thomas Darnell our accommodating
B. & M. agent, has commenced build
ing a new house in the south part of
town. There have been a number of
good buildings put up in Cowles this
spring.
The Cowles fans crossed bats with
the Inavalo bunch Saturday and trim
ed them up with a score of 3 to 7.
The features of the game were the
strike outs by Vance and tho umpiring
of Jack Waller.
Quite a number of our people
went to the Epworth Assembly Wed
nesday. Among those whom we were
aware of going were Mr. and Mrs.
Keeney, Mrs. Grccnhalgh, Miss Hayes,
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Saunders and Miss
Brubaker.
A quite a number of our autoists
went to Red Cloud last Thursday to
organize an auto club for this county.
F. A Good of this place was elected
president. This is certainly a loug
step in the right direction. System
about the road wot k is tho only way
to make good roads and make them
permanent.
We are all sorry to learn of tho
death of Mr. Fred Oerlaeh at Red
Cloud Tuesday morning. Fred had
been ailing for some time and he went
hr-Hbt Sprint's for treatment. He
sign) there a short time and getting
no oeiier rciurneu as lar as ueu noi:a
f where he passed away. He was well
acquainted in and around Cowles and
hjiB a host of friends. We take this
chance of expressing our deep sorrow
foj his family and relatives.
'
McNeny May Get In Race
Henry C. Richmond of Omaha, chief
clerk of the house at the late session
of the legislature, was in the city yes
terday on business connected with his
position. While hero Mr. Richmond
added to the list of democratic candi
dates for the United States Senate a
name which he asserts will have to be
reckoned with before the primary
'campaign closes next April that of
llernard McNeny of Rod Cloud.
Tho Gmalia man says that ho is not
exactly making or unmaking candi
dates and does not pretend to bo an
active factor in the politics of the
stato, but asserts that his opinion Is,
following a trip into western Nebraska,
from which lie only recently returned,
that the Webster county barrister will
be, a formidable figure in tho race for
the toga.
"I have great respect for the trio,
Sballenberger, Thompson and Reed,
who have already announced themsel
ves for the plaee," said he today, "but
I am of the opinion that several other
name will be added before the demo.
cratlc ballot is made up next spring.
You may set it down right here that
McNeny, if he yields to tho demand
being made upon him to enter tho
race, will make the other gentlemen
look to their laurels."
According to the Omaha man, At
torney McNeny has all the qualillca
tlons necessary to give him prestige in
the race, a marked virility and an
eloqueuco that has made him a central
figure iu Fifth district politics for
some time.
"McNeny is a hater of sham In poli
tics," said Mr. Richmond, 0'aud his
word b as good as gold. He, however,
has never been ambitious along the'
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LIBERATI MILITARY BAND AND
GR&ND OPERA COMPANY OF 61 PEOPLE
GREAT RACES PATTtRSON SHOWS,
FIREWORKS. NIGHT
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BISCUIIS
There will be no ques
tion about your biscuits
when you use our well
known Imperial brand
of Flour. Be sure of
your biscuits. Let your
first thought in flour be
"IMPERIAL."
RED CLOUD MILLING CO.
NEW BAKERY
I have opened a bakery in Red
Cloud and solicit a share of
your patronage.
Frcik Bread, Fies, and Cakes
always iu stock. Phone me
your wants (Ind. phone 188.)
Deliver to any part of the city
Retail stoic opposite Postof
lice, In Diodcrluh building.
CURTHATFlELD.Prop.
bis frlelidb over the state, is a senti
ment aroused by works and deeds of
a man who does things worth while.
The Fifth district has had Us Lairds
and its MoKoigbans, but tho Red
Cloud man, iu my estimation, Ib the
Beer of them all. His election to the
'nited States' senate would be a mat
ter of congratulation to the peonle of
this commonwealth." Sunday State
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RACES. VAUDEVILLE.
What is the difference between the
President's traveling expenses and a
menu card?
One is the fare of Bill, the other a bill
of fare! ,
COME .
and look over our Bill of Fare before
arranging yours!
You'll Like Our Meats
Most tender our chops, our steaks are
rare.
Kxeelleut our ham, salt meats the
same.
All cuts prepared with greatest care
To servo and to please you our aim!
WM. KOON.
is as applicable to the ornamentatioa
of a grave, on the erection of a stone,
oa ik in iu uruuucciure.
Your Idea About a Monuwnt
will bo carefully carried out on an or
der given us.
We study to pleaso each individual
patron.
Oinmrmnt Monument for DI9
mvnt mravm.
ED. McALISTER
RED CLOUD, - NEBRASKA
Have your picture framed at Slogs'
Best selection in town.
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