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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 20, 1908)
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
M rs. Fred Stoncr Is again able to bo
Art Myers, who lias hern sick for tin
last-two weeks is improving; slowly.
Revs, (lalloway and Alexander liiivu
been holding revival meetings at the
M. K church. uite a nninber of con
verts have been secured.
Mrs. Mra.il Chapman and son Forrest
returned to their home atCo.ad, Neb.,
Iiusl Friday. They were aecompanicd
by Mrs. Chapman's brother, Carl Stick
Fine weather to sow oats.
Jos Wcsinger, Jr., has quit sehool at
Lawrence for this season.
Leo and Frank Wright are hauling
sand to build a cement tank.
A bad dust storm visited Oak Creek
Saturday evening about I o'clock.
Doc Wright is chopping wood on the
Wright eighty north of . I. M. Wenen
gers. (Jcorgo Marlon is spending most of
his time hauling hay from the Shutter
Mary Wenzinger and Mark Fawcett
uro still horsebacking it to Lawrence
I left Shirleys team broke loose, in
Lawrence last Sunday find ran away
smashing the buggy badly.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Howard visited at
(uy Lindscv's last Sunday.
Some of the fanners of this locality
are busy sowing oats this veek.
Everett Bean was called last Sunday
to see his brother, Kmory, Who is quite
Messrs. Adams and Nelson from Min
oen. who are helping in the Inavule
meetings, visited the sehool in district
-.1 one day last week.
Jesse lleigl's neighbors and friends
gave them a surprise party last week
Thursday and made a nice present. In
the afternoon part of the crowd took
H5he Red Cloud
wish to announce to the general public that they have bought and
art now in possession of the .famos Peterson Hardware and lmdlo
most business. They ask a continuance of tho patronage- of all tin
old customers, and the purchasing public is cordially invited to call
and Kft acquainted vith the new tlrm and a share of its patronage is
solicited. A few of our prices may bo of interest to you.
A ll.K Disc with tongue trucks, only. S28.0t
A good top Buggy 47.50
A Sulkey Lister, .'! different l;iud, only. 33.0
Cultivators? Well. 1 should say! Wo
aro leaders. Walking 'tilt i alius, only 12.50
(Jang Plows, only 55.90
Sulkoy Plows, only 52.00"
! ! i . nwiy.iiiwiii -hi mmnmm - ! i h ' 'wi
w OUR LINE IS
Cal! and let us -how you out m.immnlli stock ot implement
hardware. (Jiiis is the largest implement stock west I Omaha,
aie price makers, tin lest follow.
WAGONS, THE KINDS WE SELL :
Newton, Studebaker, Burg,
Winona, Rusbford, Webber,
Mitchell, Bettendorf, Bain.
Wecairy the famous LINCOLN PUNT in utock. (all ami let us
llgurn when in nee I. We cany in stock tins Liigiues, Farm Scales.
Winduiills, (ream Separators, and, in fact, everything iisit.ill kept
in a Ill's! class house of this kind.
WM. WOLFE, Secretary.
in a- ball game Between tne two nines
of 41. The result of the gamu was 18
to 13 in favor of the kid nine. All
those present report a good time.
Quite a number from this neighbor
hood have been attending the revival
meetings at Inavale the past week or
two. They have been listening to some
Andrew Nelson, who has been finish
ing the carpenter work on the Jenson
brothers house, returned home last
Thursday. He will work in Danno
brog this summer.
Farmers arc putting in oats.
Summer lias changed to winter.
M. 13. Hooves shelled corn on Tues
A number of the men folks of this
vicinity attended the sale of John
Plowman on Wednesday of last week.
Hovlval meetings began nt l'rairiu
Center school house on Monday night,
March Hi, conducted by the pastor,
Mrs. Win. Middlcton and daughter,
Mrs. John I Mutt of Nuckolls county,
visited at the homo of Wm.Cio.ien
on Wudnosduy of last week.
M. It. Reeve, who has been in Omaha
receiving' medical treatment for ap
pendicitis for about three mouths
returned home last Saturday evening
Hov. Myers will deliver ii led uro in
Kokloy church on Friday night, March
'.JO, subject "Rolling tho Clou-Is Away."
Tho male quartet of Cowles will fur
uisli tho music. Mr. tiillis will pie
side at tho organ Admission 15 Mid
A number of tho ladies of Kokloy
neighborhood' went In and spout tho
day with Mrs. John Davidson on Wed
nesday, March 11, nnd while thero
sowed carpet rags for Mrs. D. They
nil canto with something for tho inner
man. There were 15 ladios present
imd a vory enjoyable day was spent.
Kert Keevo has a new hog house.
Scott Smith shelled corn Monday.
Several of the farmers arc sowing
(Jus l'uudt gave a dance last Satur
Mrs. John Norris and sons aecom
POTTER BLOCK, RED CLOUD, NEB.
Commencing Saturday morning, March
21 9 vke place on sale Special Values
in the New Seasonable Goods
Special Showing of the New Spring Hats and Millinery.
One of the largest and best showings in this line ever held in this city. All the latest and
newest styles in Ladies' and Misses Ready-to-wear Street Hats, Pattern Hats and Trimmed
Hats, all on sale at money saving prices. We invite you to come and see them.
Special Sale of the New Heatherbloom, Czarina, and Feather
Silk Underskirts at 98c, 1.13, 1.25, 1.50, 1.85, and up to $3
The best values and styles ever shown.
Special showing of the New Spring Waists at from 50c to $5. Another Special Bargair
Sale on New Embroideries at 5c, 10c, 12AC, 15c and 25c. Extra Special Values in Corset
Cover Embroideries at 35c and 48c. Two special values in Val Laces at 3c and 5c per yd
You must see them to appreciate the exceptional bargain values.
Special Muslin Underwear Sale
Special values in Corset Covers at 25c, 35c, 38c, 48c and up. Special values in Skirts at 48c
75c, 08c, $1.25, $1.50 and up to $3.75. Special values in Gowns at 48c and up. Specia .
values in Muslin Pants at 25c and up.
The New White Goods, India Linons, Persian Lawns, etc.
On sale at special bargain prices. The New Wash Goods on sale at Special Money Savin.
The New Spring Stock of Ladies', Misses and Children s Shoes
On sale at Special Value Prices. Special values in Muslins, Table Linens, Towelings, Bee
Special Premium in our Premium Department for this sale Handsome
Seven-piece Chocolate Set
panied Mrs. V. (Suy of Ouide ltoek to I They have traded for unimproved land. I man. An ode was sung. Then. Mr?
Hastings last Saturday.
The Ash beys a to Sunday dinner at
( '. S. Xorris's.
Harry Mrubaker sold .lake KUingei
a cow Wednesday.
K. Ash by purchased a tine horse of
Keeney last week. i
('has. Mrubaker was selling hogs in
(Snide Kock Tuesday. '
II. I'.. Hrnbakers spent Sunday with I
A. .1. White's family north of Cowles.
('has. Oglesvie has been enlarging
his residence by adding a kitchen.
Moyd Harrington was in Hastings
last week. He went by the auto route.
.Me rd it (lu.v of (Snide Hock iskeeping
the roads warm on the creek these
.lake HKllingcr was buying some
steers of Storey and some, of (Suy
W. W. Mlackwell and daughter Kate.
left for their home in Decatur county,
Kansas, Thursday of this week.
Several of the (.'rock people
tiug things in shape to go to Old Mex -
ico withlMr. Lore ntz and SainLiiulsev
Mrs. A Hem is .-.iek.
rr.Mrs. K. M. liurrisill with toiisilitis.
IJob't (Sarrisou is selling lightning
Nellie Crary sulVered last we.e.lc with
a sprained knee.
Little Uaiisom I'.ly has been ill since
Mrs. .Mabel Henry and daughter
w.-nt ti .sutton Tuesday.
Louis (ilebeiiiid wife were eastboiiud
pissengei's Wednesday morning.
T'nere was a St. Patrick's day dance
at tlu' opera house Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Duke Tompkins returned .Mon
day evening trout a visit at Miperior.
Mrs. Nellie Pace and son Paul de
parted for home Friday of last week
after a week's visit here.
Mrs. diaries Hodges and daughter
Pauline were both quite sick last week.
Moth are much bettei .
dinner at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Will .lackson last hunday was en-
moving west about the first of April,
Warren Vance and familvare moving
to Texas. Archie Lambert will
witlttheearwhie.il was loaded Wed
nesdav. Dorothy ''row and Kthcl llagan took
sjcij wxx ohiedteu pox last Frida..
There have been several eases about
yh. lomi nll.,. al(1 Mr K.tl. Mln.
t.r have been entertaining Mrs. Win.
MlaLedoll and Mr.s. Chas.
Sam Itivins and sister have moved
their household goods from Hostwick
and rented a house in the east part of
Mr.s. .Mae Cathcart who is visiting at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mr.
1. M. Kowlan, was very ill for a few
.lohn Plowman and familv went to
Lincoln Wednesday morning to visit
relatives before taking their departure
Mrs. Charles Wehrley took her baby
1 to tlie s
to the. sanitarium at College View Wed-
uesday. Ur father, William Kyker.
I accompanied her.
Miss Kintua Kergtleld came home from
Moulder, Colo.. Wednesday nioniing to
visit the home folks. She is a nurse
at the sanitarium.
The ten-cent lunch for the M. K. Aid
society will be served by Mrs. IJ. I.
Cooper nt her home in east (Suide ltoek
on Wednesday afternoon April. All
are cordially invited.
I'M. Sawyer and wife of Ilea ver City
departed Minilay evening for home.
They had been summoned here by the
severe illness of Mrs. William sawyer
who is now somewhat better.
Mi's. A. Latky was the guest of Mrs.
nnd Miss Van Woert during her stny
in (Suide ltoek. she went to Superior
Wednesday for a meeting with ihe
Degree of Honor lodge at that place.
.Mrs. Kniory lluudrickson received a
call from Mrs. scelcx and her class of
the M. K. Sunday sehool on Friday
evening. linen tablecloth was pre
sented her as wedding gifts from the
tSuide Monk, lodge No. til, A. (). I'. ..
ami (Suide ltoek lodge. No. I .is. ). of
11. and a number of guests had a
splendid joint meeting Tuesday even
ing, March 17. The meeting was called
to order by F. C. Mean, master wuiV
Mary A' lMiUS nmA d,iof ,,f th'5 D'
gree of Honor, gave tine addre.1-
upon the order, its merits, rates. ti!
and fraternalism in general. Mr. P.i!
lipps, deputy for the A. (. I'. V . fo!
lowed with an address Inez. (Vi'-.vi
recited a touching poem. Deputy P.'d
lips gave a couple of readings, a no. b,
request Mrs. Ltikcy recited that iinm
ing piece, "The .liners." nother oil
was sung. Supper was announeeii au ,
u good social lime was enjoyed. Aboi
'-'00 were in attendance. As it w.i S
Patrick's day nearly every one wore
Mr. Fa rnhu in shipped fat cattle :.t -hogs
the timt of the week.
T. F. loncs has been improving h:
residence by placing a large windo"
in the dining room and u dormer wi"
dow in the roof.
Mr. Hrown's sale amounted to ov .
811,000. Kverything sold well. Tl -auctioneer
seemed to be an expert. L
The funeral of Mrs. Mishop wa a;
tended by a large number. The b
reaved family ha ye the sympathy '
the entire community. Miss Mishop r
Hebron wilt keep house forherbrothe. .
Mrs. Howard, who has been in low.
for some time, is visiting with rel -lives
Mr. Points attended quarterly mee .
iugat Mock ('reek Saturday and u:
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by niiiil .(1ih Mien s, iiiui. V,. i,, if
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the in inn) of cotniulssionets of -iild eniini.
iiniluirl.ltiK tlio Mill' or iiihIi, spirituous nt 1
i'lOtis litt,t's oil lot eleeil (II', liJock twul'-e
tl'JI, ill tin 1!hi;i nt Ito-fliiunl. W'tbsl
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