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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1911)
The King of All
The new "BKT" Columbia Graphojdionc is the one
machine of its kind. -I embodies the very points vhich
have made the great success of the Disc Graphophones.
Compact, convenient, shapely and simple, it is an
entirely new departure in talking machine design.
Plays both 2-minute and 4-miuute records.
It ha-? 11 10 f.-tmoin Columbia Tone Arm and a big
ilowcr horn. No rubber tube, no horn crane, no horn
stand and the horn swings in any direction.
Type "BKT" on Easy Terms
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$ LOCALETTES I
Lje Keith was In Alma Monday.
Noble Ball was, in Hastings Monday.
Emil Rnthjen was in Blue Hill M mi
Ur. Cunningham, Dentist, overstate
Matt Doyle was in Riverton Wed
nesday. Oscar Hughes was in Hastings
Mack Feutress was in Rosemonl
Noble Bull and wife wen; in Frank
AH' kinds of Electrical woik done by
John Itutledge weut to Nelson the
first of the week.
Remember the Band Conceit eveiy
James Ryau returned from (J rand
Mr and Mrs. J. B. Butler went to
Mr. and Mrs. John Ititssei- .spent
Sunday in Superior.
O. C. Bailey was a passenger to
Sheriff O.l). Hedge went to Hastings
Have your picture fianied at Slops'.
Best selection iu town.
Nothing like White Loaf Hour for
making the bestbread.
Miss Y qia..QwaTtz is again u mem
ber of the Argus force.
Mi'., and Mrs. J. I. Cram were in
Grand Island Tuesday.
Guy Bradbrook has been released by
the York base ball team.
Lloyd lit 11 of Cowles went from
here Xo Superior Tuesday.
Vaughn 'llall and Ell Cox were
dowi from Bluden Sunday.
Charles Kellogg arrived home from
Crete last Thursday evening.
If you WHiit high grade cement get
the K. C. brand of J. o. Caldwell.
Kverton Foe cnuie down from Mc
Cook Tuesday to visit bis pnrcuts.
Curl Warren is coulliied to his bed
with a severe attack of rheumatism.
Miss Vernon Robinson of Lincoln is
the guest of Mrs. A. I'. Ely this week.
FrnUan8 1 um ugain lendy to
make farm loans at tbe lowest rate
and best terms. I um sole agent for
Trevett, Mattls .t Baker. Some pri
J. H. Bailey, Red Cloud, Nobr.
The (Jund children of Blue Hill
visited with Dr. Creiglitou lust week.
For Sate A good sutiurt old -work
horse-1400 lbs. Cheap. Da.n (i.vnuKit.
(icorge lloit and Jack Waller were
down from Cowles Wednesday even
ing. Stevens Bros., up-to-date methods in
Photographs, material and woiknuin
ship. Dr. Cunningham, Dentist, overstate
The Miner Bros. Co., store iias just
received a new up-to-date line of hair
" Mrs. Charley Ohtistcad, who ha;
been quite siok. is able to be about
Mrs. W. A. Patten has almost com
pletely recovered from 'her recent
Jeff Myer.s arrived Saturday from
Boulder, Cobirado, for a visit with
George W. Davis of the. Argus foice
left for his home in Columbus Monday
Ernest Crow, who lias been visiting
friends here, returned to (Jidda Bock
Satisfied customers are good ones.
All who use Amboy White Loaf Hour
Alf Sherman took iu the Columbus
Superior game at Courtland, Kniii.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Uovvdeu and
Mr. and, Airs. Dave ICaley were In Su
Jack Masters, the star pitcher of the
York base ball team, .-pout Sunday
with home folks.
J. E. Jarboe will preach at I lie Ind
ian Creek .school house next Sunday
July 2d., at :t p. in.
Joe Crow, Anion Mikseli and Art
McAi thur took in the ball game at
The Diamond Electrlit Vacum clean
er demonstrated iu your home free.
Call Phone Bed 07.
Dr. Manspeaker came down from
Hastings last evening and returned
home this morning.
Wauled A man ami wife to work
on farm. Good wugos to right paitio-.
Inquire at Chief oillce.
W. T. Bohror went to Blue Hill
Wednesday on bu.sims connected
with -ionic cement work.
Mr. and Mrs. (Jv:r Hughes, Airy.
Bernard McNeuy and daughter i-pvnt
Wednesday iu Hastings.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Dickinson came
in from the west Tuesday for u.,'lnit
with relatives and friends '
Mr. and Mrs. .1. ('. Mitchell, Lucius
and Grace FiUblc took in the ball
game tit Superior Tuesday.
Hugh B. Hunter of (lulde Rock was
in Red Cloud Friday morning on his
way home from Kansas City.
Jay Robinson returned Tuesday
from Kansas City, where be has been
employed in telephone work.
Wall paper, paint, varnish, mould
ing, painting and papering contiact
ed. Sloss, the Wall Paper Man.
The llnest lino and best assortment
of Harness ever carried before. Call
and look it over.- MoitiiAiti Bitot.
Lightning played havoc with tele
phone Hues Sunday evening, causing
telephone men considerable trouble
Farms listed on straight commission
basis. Land list liberally advertised
Dan H.Mtnnt X- (Vmiunv, Chief otllcc.
Nate and Ed Plait, Finnic Ferry,
llolton Lctsou and Jack Shircy took
in the ball game at Supoiior Tuesday
1! M. Realty and son for (ieneral
I'.laeksuiithing, Wagon Work, Horse
shoeing a specialty. At Day's old shop.
Mrs. T M. Shambaugh has returned
to her home in Superior after a visit
with her daughter, Mrs. John Wees
tier Win. Schellak,of lolcnshc,Scliclluk
& Co., the Hastings brick manufac
turers, was in town Wednesday on
Improved alfalfa farm lands in the
Great Republican Valley our only
specialty. Dan 0.nni:n .- Compaxv.
Mrs. Maine Shiroy, sou ami daugh
ter, of Dell Rapids, S D., are the
guests of her brother-, Charley, Nate
and Ed l'latt.
The leading members of the local
Socialist organization are going down
to Superior Friday to organize a local
at that place.
Earl Hall, Walter Means, Geo. Simp
sou, George Bradshaw and Charles
McCann took in the ball game at Su
The members of the lire department
will give u big dance Saturday night
at their bower, corner Fourth avenue
and Cedar street.
Frank Ellinger, M. A. Mercer, Wil
bur Hamilton and Frank Cowdeu went
to Superior via auto to take in the
ball game Tuesday.
Dall Turnure. L. II. Bluckleitgc, G.
J. Warren and John Yost went to Su
perior Tuesday in Andy Hart's auto
to see the ball game.
Piutuics taken of children and fatni
ly groups without pain. Our material
and woikmuusbip stand the test of
time SiEvnNH Bros.
The Degree of Honor will meet next
Monday evening, instead of on the
night of the Fourth. All members
are urged to be present
Tony Clark was down from Oxfoid
Tuesday. Ho was accompanied by his
daughter, Mrs. Grace I'age. who will
visit here for a few weeks.
August, Eddie and Dora Briiikmau
wero called to Madison, Wis., on ac
count of tlie death of their father.
They left Sunday morning.
Lew Walter arrived last Thursday
night from Excelsior Springs, Mo.,
where he had been for several weeks
for the beuellt of his health.
I have started a bakery iu lied
Cloud and am prepared to deliver all
kinds of bakery goods to your home.
Iud. phone 188,-Curt Hatfield.
The Kil patrick brothers and their
families, of Beatrice, iu three autos,
passed through town Wednesday en
route to the mountains of Colorado.
Don't fail to be at the M. E. church
on Suuday morning and hear the dis
cussion of the theme. "Wireless Tele
graphy and Its Analogy to Religion."
Lost Hold headed umbrella, de
tachable handle. Finder leave at
Chief otllce and receive a reward which
is equal to full value of the umbrella
ThuKl. Rev. (ieo. A. Beeeuer will
make his visitation of Grace church
next Sunday and will preaoh morning
and evening All are cordially Invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Bogart, uncle and
aunt of Mrs. Ed MoAlister, left this
morning for Sheridan, Wyo., where
they will remain for an iudetluitc
Miss Mary .Mikscb is homo from
Chicago, where she underwent a sur
gical operation. She is reported much
better and hopes are entertained for a
Mr. and Mrs. Ed l'latt entertuiued
Tuesday eveuiug In honor of Mrs.
John R. Shircy, son and daughter, of
Dell Rapids S. D. About twenty
young peoplu were present and report
a very enjoyable evening.
James Mcintosh began threshing his
wheat Tuesdav and was the first to
haul a load of new wheat to the Rod
Ulotul inaiket. His wheat ran about
1 1 bushels to the acre and tested r.8
pounds. Pretty good, considering the
long dry spell.
Wo wish to announce to the public '
generally, that we have the well known
Taylor Ranch for sale. This consists)
of oil) acres, u niljes south eatl of Red j
Cloud. This place needs iioeoininedn-1
tiou hs it is known far and near ns.tho
very best hoUum furpi lnt Wehiifr.
Comity. WAi.hKk At Kknt. I
cm i:f It 12 I CLOUD
Cordially inites all Braves, old and young, large and small, far and near to join liis Tribe in
llic One I lundrcd and Thirty Fifth Anniversary Celebration of the Nation's Dirtliday
JILY FOURTH lOl I.
If you cannot walk in, lly or sail in. Mis
Pinttt (.aIm ...!. I.... .......
vjuiu) vtunuiiiua )uu vmiii iicu uiiiusc- vp-
ment and entertainment. Come, sec the fun. 5 V
You are invited to make my store your headquarters.
Bring your friends. We will do all we can for your
of the enteituiu-
l)r CiuiiiiiiL'ham, Dentist.overSlatcl 1"'"11 of all, &omu
bank. " mentis alrcadv on the irrouud and
Mr. Allied Turner nud Mis Mabel j others arriving. This celebration will
Boom, both or Bladen, were married eclipse anything of a like natuie ever
yesterday afternoon at the home of attempted by this city. We are going
Rev. li. W. Hummel, who tied the t0 do our best lo make you enjoy your-
The thirty-odd fans who went down
to Superior Tuesday expecting to tee
a double-header came home disap
pointed. Owing to the crippled con
dition of the Superior team, the regu
lar catcher beinif out of the name. tlin
knot. Both the brido and groom wore' 8olf' M L'""m ' with the children and 'double-header was postponed until
born and reared In Webster county, for one day at. least realize that you , Wednesday The one game played
and have a host of friends who will are a citizen of the Fnited States and! was a one-sided affair, Superior win
join the Chief In extending congratii- 'aI, P'oiul of it.. Remember the date. J nlng, 17 toll. Jarrott started to pitch
lutious. next Tuesday. . for Kearney, but was retired in the
Drs. Riddile .V- Foot e. the eye, ear. . Our automobile booster cluh went
nose and throat specialists, of Hast- ''own to Xoith Branch Wednesday
iugs. will both take post-graduate , 'ght, taking the band with them.
. ivm-k iit. viiiiiiiumv in- i.'iini U ii. nv They L'ave the people of tlui t thtivinir
in N'ew Yoik.and on his return Dr. u,t u" c.cciicnt program ami our Bed Uuml boys to a cleaning Tuesday
Riddile will go. One or the other of I boosteis it-turned with the assmanee afteinoon by the score of 13 to 'J. The
them can bo found at. their Hastings i 'hat thcie would be many Horn .Vnrth I homo team prcsontcd n weak line-up.
olllce any day this summer, but they 'Branch at our eeiebiatlon on the while luavalo made a much stronger
will not 'visit Red Cloud until fall. FOl'RTII. Bob (iai-iisou of (Juidc J showing than was exjiectcd. While
,, . ,, , , Rock furnished a number of ears for ' el rots contributed to the downfall of
Every little detail has been arranged ( tu! tri,,( ,,,,.,, ttls ,,.,, ,,.,,,, ! . ,,. tl!lllll lhe lnav.lK; ,,uudl ,,c.
for the comfort and entertainment of , hy ,. ,,,. A aige crowd gathere.l ! horVl., , ln, their team work bmng
our visitors on the rourlli. lhe com-, to (hear the ban. pay . MHi.y of the ,,, ,,ollL.P llliu, llllt of ,,,,. V
m.uees mneiiu compicie.i ineir w-oric, : . . V . .i " . " .":.. TV " . I ri(,..,i l,v. :....! ti U , in
ii eciiiK'ii inc- i-iiieriuiiiiiiuiii linn siim .'-' - ..,.
that they weie not used to that kind they will make It interesting for
of treatment. The return trip was' tJuide Rock should they match a game
made through (iuido Rock. I with that team.
sixth inning after twelve hits, netting
thirteen runs, had been made off lih
The Imitate base ball team tuok the
all things are now iu readiness. I'uro
spring water will be furnished all over
the city, our lawns will be at the dis-
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF
Gasoline and Oil Stoves and Ranges
De Laval Cream Separators
White Lily Electric Washers
Hardware and Implements
All kinds of Plumbing Goods. Work promptly attended to
Windmills, Wagons and Buggies
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