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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1910)
.Joe Cut went to ' nvles Tueilay.
Geo. Hollister lias letiirneil homo,
MatiiieGpnt the Tepee- "vitimlav after- (
ihooii. ' . I
, 'OhI pipers ft cents u bundle tit this
Ij'isI riot court is in session t lit"
Saturday afternoon Matinee lit I ho
Miss Cluni Hures was in UhuU'ii
Fred Vallaee was in Orleans over
Sunday. '!? I '
; Will ifuut was, down from Ditto Hill
Attend tho Tepee next Saturday
L. M. Crabill returned front Cripple
Mr.and Mrs. A. 1'. Ely have moved
to Ked Cloud. !
Fred (Jorlach was down from Hose
Reese Thompson was down from
O. C. Teel was In Aurora ami Grand
Island this week.
Miss Clara Able returned from Chi
cago Friday evening.
Miss (iraoo Leonard of Rivcrtou was
in the city Saturday.
'. Eli Cox was down from ltladen
Tuesday ou business.
Sta Dr. Stockman for eye glasses
Will Letson, wife and baby arrived
Monday front California.
Sit, $12. SKi and SI J will buy a good
Single Harness at FonKL's.
Mrs. Mark Parkes returned front
Denver Sunday morning.
Mrs. Tony Clark returned from
McCook Sunday morning.
E. E. (.Jeer of Superior was in the
city the last of the week.
Lloyd liradbrook was down from
WoodrutV, Kas., over Sunday.
Mrs ("has. Suhult. left, for .Madison.
Xebr , Monday to visit a sister.
O. W. Burgess made a business trip
to Omaha the first of the week.
X. IX Simpson nnd wife took in the
reunion at Superior Wednesday
(Siiy Bradbrook went to Blue Hill
and Bladen Monday on business.
Kichard Albright spent Sunday
with his grandmother at Orleans.
Mr. Sopor of Mexico is tho gttest of
his daughter, Mr,s. Henry Nyberg.
Win. Crabill has purchased tho
James Overman farm west of town.
Calicoes American Prints Five
cents per yard. Mim:u BAos. and Co.
LOSt A stnoll Berkshire pig. Find
r please leave word at the Chief
Attorney Walters wos down from
Ulue Hill this week attending District
Mrs. Howard of Oinalia aunt of
Willie Holmes was in the city over
John Rose, Louie Schmidt and Miko
Dunlin were down from Blue Hill
Chas. Baker is up from Wytnore this
week packing the box ball alley for
The Chief ollice takes subscriptions
nud renewals for the Twentieth Cen
Preaching at tho Garfield school
house Sunday Sept. 18 at !$ p. in. by
All the grtat artists sing for the
Victor irpl Edison. Hear thorn at
Miss Myrtle Baker of Hastings ar
rived Saturday to visit her mother,
Mrs. Herb Ludlow.
.!. W. Bogonrief and wife also
'brothor and wife went north on No. 4
Geo. Blair of Lincoln is visiting his
son, Bort nnd family this week also
made this ofllao a call.
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The only baking powder
made from Royal Grape
Graant of Tartar
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Pg?tTgt a MBMtet MBEH MBlfr
Our Newest Watch
You have probably no- g
ticcd by nil the magazines pg
that there is a nc vrwattlt out. p
Every new thinpj in the M
jewelry line if it's good J
-y6u find first in this
Wc have examined the new M
,7-Jewet wntcn H
and find it a strictly well
made, accurately turfe-'
watch, highly recommended
for all who need a good popular-priced
$7 and $9 according to cases.
fitcri lhafi Ihtmonrv tixtbovthlbtfoit
E. H. Newhouse, Prop.
Jewelers 0 Optometrists
W.v.vieii To borrow 8C00 for one
year on Real Estato or Personal mort
gage with good security.
Mr and Mrs George l'opo left for
Annapolis, Maryland, this morning to
visit theirson Ralph Pope.
All of tny pianos are Standard, and
if I tell you they are NYew, it means
they are New. Argabright.
Remember that every thing is cheap
er and bettor in the Harness line at
Foi.kis than any other place.
Claudo 1'ieroo returned front Lincoln
the last of the week where he has
been having his eyes treated.
Who is sorry they bought a (hie
piano'.1 "Better bo sure than sorry."
Argabright sells Fine Pianos!
(Jo to the Bod Cloud Milling Co., for
your short and brands in half ton
lots or more at wholesale prices.
Miss Dessie Ford of Wray, Colo.,
arrived Sunday morning for a visit
with her sister Mrs. Luther Crabill.
J. II. Bailey and wife have returned
from Omaila whore they have been
visiting their sons, (Jrant and Vern.
(J. V. Argabright has accepted a
position on the road for a Wholesale
Piano House. Rend his ad in this
Turnuro Bros, have purchased the
Beunett stock of merchandise at
Cowles and will at once dispose of tho
Lost A hand bag, containing three
purses, a watch and several other
smnll things. Please leave at this
Tho Buck Junior Range will be given
uway Saturday, September tMth., at
the Red Cloud Hdw. .v Impl. Co.,
Mrs. Uife arrived homo Saturday
night from Beatrice where sho had
been visiting her son Will Rife nud
Jim Morauvillo was called over to
Don Claries south of Inavalu Tuesday
to treat a horse which was cut badly
in the fence.
Potor Morten Jr., and wife were
down from Blue Hill last week taking
in the ball games and visiting Ed
A mack and wife.
Fred Jarrott, Jack Musters utid Guy
Bradbrook went to Superior Wednes
day to play ball with Guide Rock
Foil Thade 1(50 acres at North
Platte. Will trado for 5 or more acres
near Red Cloud. For particulars in
quire of J. C. Slosh.
Fori Sai.k A If Horse Power Whitty
Oasolino Engine, Dynamo and Switch
Board completed. Good as new.
Inquire of Andy Haiit.
Use n'Hull Detachable Handle Um
brella. Children siztsSl.OO nud up.
Ladies or gents sizes special 1.2.'. and
up" Got them of Xowliouse.
A brand new ''Capocoiistlo" Chiuker
ing Bros, piano, lit a price that can
not bo duplicated, is one of Arga-
brlghts bargains Tins Wr.KK.
Mrs. Dr. Damorell and niece, Miss
Martheiiu Lamaro went to Denver
Wednesday morning where Martheiiu
will attend school this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hullur. Mrs.
Joo Fogel aud daughter, Mrs. (ieo
i Trine and daughter and Mrs. C. B.
Hale were in Superior Saturday.
Don't wait for lack of Cash. Buy u
piano on Time if you wish. But buy
ono of Argabriglit's bargains this
week. This Is your Opportunity.
Clarence Mitchell came up from
Red Cloud Sunday, the state lenguo
base ball season having been finished
last week --KmiiUln County News.
Next Sundny at ' p. m. Mr. .lurbcc
will preach at the Indian Creek school
house and at the Urethral! church In
Bed Cloud at S p. tn. in the evening.
(lta. Walter, Mike Finkeubinder,
Met edit h Butler and Alby Pope re
turned front Blue Mill Friday where
they hud been laying cement sido
Time is too short to call upon you.
If you -eouro one of Argubiight's
bargains you will have to eonio to
Bed Cloud, or write or phone. Tim
Wn.K. All tho big amusement features in
the west can be seen at the Central
Nebraska Fall Festival, which will bo
held in Hastings October 10 to lfi In
clusive. Ed ward Parkes and daughter, Mrs.
Lucy Richardson, of Council Bluirs,
Iowii arrived in this city Friday night
for a two weeks visit witli his brother
William Parkes, Sr.
The usual preaching services at 11
a m. and 8 p. in. at the Christian
church next Lord's day Sept. 18. Ser-
mqn subjects, "lite, ivinguom, ami
"The Bnilness of the King." All in
vited. The local talent that assisted Mr.
Ellis in putting ou tho Modern Wood
men play at this place went to River
ton Saturday night and put on tho
play before a largo crowd there.
The Red Cloud Hardware & Imp. Co.,
are making extremely low prices on
Woven Wire fencing. Call early and
get tho benefit. Don't delay, for the
prices fixed will move tho stock in n
"Cast Aside," a new play by L B.
Parker will be tho offering at tho
Opera House on Monday night Sept.
19th. It Is said to be ono of the
biggest dramatic successes of the
Tomorrow our tennis club goes to
Cowles to play for the championship
of the county. Whether they come
home with n brass baud or sneak in
after night will depend upon the re
sults of tho game.
Dr. C P.. Cros will open up a Dun
till Ollice in the rooms over Albright's
Furniture Store. October 1st. The
Doctor comes here from Franklin
where lie has been practising for tho
last ten yeais.
In order that those living out of
town may have an opportunity to s
tho moving pictures the management
has arranged for Saturday afturnnon
performances, connntneing with next
Saturday at It p. m. sharp.
Theolllcoof .Morgan and Co., the
prominent Wall Street Bankers has
been used as a model for the sotting
of the tlrst act in "Cast Aside," the
now play by L. B. Parker which comes
to theoporu houso on Monday Sept. 111.
We desire to thank tho kind friends,
tho A. O. U. W., and M. W. A., lodges
and Dr. Moranville and H. J, Maurer
for their assistance in helping get my
Mil. AND Mux. FllANK NKI.sON.
At the ladies monthly market of tho
Christian church to be held at Ed
Attack's furniture store- on Sept. 17th.
will be found all kinds of cootl tilings
to oat, as woll as aprons little and big
short and long and dKiorent styles.
We invite your patronage
No play in recent yearshas attained
such immediate proof of public ap
proval as has "Cast Aside" which comes
to the Opera House on Monday Sopt.
10. It is said that it lias been greeted
by capacity audiences in every city it
has played slnco the tlrst production.
Wednesday oveniug the Royal Neigh
bors had a "hard timo" social for the
benefit of their friends. Everybody
wore their old rags nnd those that
didn't got fined and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Mauley captured tho prizes as
boing the best representatives of hard
times. Mr. J. S. Gilliam niado a short
talk on tho benefits of tho order which
wan appreciated by all. Music and
singing was. also on tho program. A
lunch was served to which overybody
did justice. Everybody present re
ports a good time.
LINK BY LINK
wo are forgluir the chains that will
bind tho public tons forthcir future
Jewelry purchases because we aie
THE BF.TTER. GRADE
in gold and Nilver'Jewi'liy and pre
cious stones. Hold Hiatus it special
ty. Novel and uiigiii.l designs in
J. C. Mitchell
One of the features of the Big Fall
Festival, to be held at Hastings dur
ing the second week of October, will
be the horse show. The contest will
be in the hands of ablest horsemen of
the state, and the prizes ate sulllcient
ly large to assure an exceptionally
At the regular meeting of Iho I. O.
O. F.. lodge Monday night tin follow
ing delegates were elected to attend
the grand lodge which com ones in
Lincoln nest month: I'M Hanson and
.1 '.Saylor. The following were elect
ed as alternates: (.'has. Reigle and
The High School toot ball team in
stalled three new shower baths In the
basement of the Washington building
Saturday for their beuetlt. They have
also ordered new suits and sweaters.
They will undoubtedly have the best
High School foot ball team In the
southern part of Nebraska this year.
The I'JlO assessment shows the fol
lowing valuation for Webster county:
Lauds and Improvements, actual
Personal S.V.fJil.Go.) 00; Railroad, SV
iKJO.O.'IO.Uf' a total of twenty-two million
one hundred thirtyseven thousand six
hundred sixtytlvc dollars.
Andy Hartsoldhisrcstaurant Satuv
day to Herb Ludlow who took possess
ion of the same Monday morning.
His brother Percy will assist him in
the restaurant and they are two of
the best cooks in Nebraska and will
undoubtedly satisfy their customers
in the meal line. We wish you success
Shall Bcd Cloud be divided into
three wards'.' This question will bo
discussed Monday night at the Con
gregational church. Attorney Maurer
and Superintendent Moritz are tho
principal speakers. This lneetingwill
be in charge of the Brotherhood and
as we uiulorstuiMl it all eltiens ate
.lust as much care, in fact a little
more, sliauld be exercised in buying
electric sad irons.' as In buying any
thing ttlse. Soma irons us more elec
trlcity than others in doing the sam
wrk. Got. your electric irons f
MmiiiAiir Dims., they carry the anther
iztd iron. Be carefull of "just us
good" electric lions.
Theladiosof the W.C.T. U. have
secure the kindergarten building and
will install a rending room there.
This will be an excellent place for
young men to spend it profitable- hour.
A competent man will be in charge
and every convenience arranged. Wo
tuust that this beginning will result
in-establishing n Y. M.C. A. in tills
Chas. K. Harris has presented to L,
B. Parker the. author of "Cast Aside,"
which conies to tho opera houso on
Monday Sept. 10 an autographed copy
of tho song of the same title, which
suggested to Mr. Parker the theme for
his play. The copy presented to Mr.
Parker is the flrstthat was issued from
tho press and is indeed a unique
Mr. Fred Barber brought this oillco
some sumjilcs of his corn and tamo
sunflowers Tuesday. Tho corn is not
more than eight feet high but it has
two woll developed ear on each stock
and Fred informs us that he has a
wholelleld.justllkoit. The sunflowers
are fully ton foot high and the heads
are as large as a large, stowkettle.
This shows what Webster county can
do with an unfavorable season.
Many of our people visited the state
fair last week. They were consider
ably disappointed because they did
not see the Hying machines in oper
ation but they all declaro that the
fair itself was the best over given.
Animals, exhibits, grain and every
thing was of a high order. It takes a
good state to make a hotter showing
in fact we very much doubt the utility
of any state making its good a showing
as Nebraska when sho is at her best.
The Music Study Club met last
Thursday evening at the homo of Mrs.
Stewart Albright. A delightful pro
gram was given, after which, the club
adjourn od to meet with Mrs. Dr. Cun
ningham, Thursday evoning, Sopt. 22.
At that time the following numbers
will be given:
Current Events Mrs. Clifford Pope
Piano Solo Mrs. Bdith Hughes
ocal Duet . .Miss Igou and Mrs. Ed.
(mi tar Solo Miss Elsie Arnold
P. into Duet Mrs. Ethol WhittnVer
and Mrs. Stewart Albright
Vocal Solo Ml-s Etta Coon
Paper Mrs. H. J. Cunningham
Monday wo visited tho thrhing cii
(.1 Inavalo and weio much ploai-cd at
the appearance of that city. Business
there seems to bo good. Mr. Irons ,
took us in tow and showed us his new I
addition to ills lumber yard. This is '
;i'.'x70.ll ft. Tho bottom of this shed
Is made by using cement walls every
three feet and large enough to carry
any load. Ho has also added a com
plete line of paint to his business and
will carry a large' simply of that ma
terial. Mr' Irons is inuoii pleased
with tho patronage he is receiving nnd
t,li)nUs that next, to Red Cloud more
business is transacted in Iuuvale tluiti
in any other Nebraska town for its
-ffimini"i i yaw -j-Wi
A NY day that you'd like .
to know something about
the best clothes made, in a
store where nothing but
the highest grade merchan
dise is handled, drop in on as
and let us shoui yoa some of oar
Hart Schaffner & Marx
fine clothes. They'll interest you;
they're made of strictly all-wool fabrics,,
and tailored perfectly. You will not
find any such clothes ready-to-wear,,
anywhere else; they're better than the
average custom tailor can make.
We'll sell you Hart Schaffner & Marx
suits from $20 to $50. Ready for service
This is the home of Hart
Ladie Assistant in our Undertaking
ALL THE PHONES
Ed. Amackp Prop.
LEADERS IN FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING.
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Schaffner & Marx clothes.
"affective." There's noth
or formal about anything
that pertains to this
Ease of posture, proper shading and
correct delineation of feature is de
picted in every photograph we print.
GOING AWAY? GET PHOTO
GRAPHED. It won't cost much.
THE MODEL STUDIO
RED CLOUD, - - NEBRASKA.
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