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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1911)
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Is Positively Beit ;
for any tnnn building o'fiome fu
a growing community lilxur.s
because oflhe likely ctiauges
tiiat win.occwr as" oinj'clty grows
and spreads out. Who knows
that the residence district-today
will not be the business district
ten or fifteen years hence.
Every city of any size has passed
through this same thing and
those who were wise enough to
build frame houses were in posi
tion to realize haml'oiuely off
, the sale of their lot and still
have a nice sum left after moving
their home farther out say
nothing of the satisfaction of
not having to live forever in a
business section Isolated from
their friends who kept pace
with the city. No matter where
you build we want to talk these
things over with you and tell
you what we know about lumber.
There's Na Mice Like Hene"
Lumber and Coal
RED CLOUD, : : : NEHKASKA
; LOCALITIES ;
John Havel is in Superior today.
Noble Ball was In Naponee Tuesday.
NVdoph Ooth was homo over Sunday.
James Ryan was In Superior Wednes
day. Sanford Pox is in Womer, Kas., this
Dr. Cunningham, Dentist over State
Guy Tenant was in Superior Wed
Tuesday. . L. H. Blackledge is home from
Ed Wittwer left this tnorniug for
J. L. Mattls of Priend was in town
T. Hide of Hastiues was in town
J. D. Diehl of Nelson was in town
A. J. Earner of Stantoy was in town
J. C. Sloss is in Omaha this week on
Ed. Hanson went to Chester this
E. T. Staley of Hebron was in town
V. G. Plam of Denton was in town
Vote for Miss Coon for County Sup
erintendent. Ross Grey of Helolt, Ktis., was iu
C. F. Blohen of Juniata was in town
Lee Keith of Hastings visited friends
Dr. Cunningham returned from Utah
All kinds of Electrical work done by
Orville Higginson was a passenger to
W. N. Shoppard of Fairfield bpent
Sunday in town.
Matt Doyle was a passenger to Hast
C. O. Adams of Hastings was in
GuyBradbrook of Franklin spent
Sunday at home.
1 Royal has no substitute for
making aencious nunic-uncu iwu
The only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
Nine years teaching experience.
Vote for MIm Coon.
MUsJJose,,Sehultir. is visiting in
Ha st fugs this w'eek'V
Mr.-fcnd Mr'Erne'st Welsch were in
Hastings Wednesday -
Misses Eva nnd ltlnnch Foster are
in Hastings this week.
Mrs. e! B. SiflW lvlslting relatives
in Lincoln this Wct;, .
Have your ploture'Tratned at Sloss'
Best selection in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Krout of Womer, Kas.,
was in town Saturday.
Mrs. Ned Qriiues was a passenger
to Blue Hill Wednesday. v
Will Beck is home from Campbell
where he has been working.
Mesdames Lloyd and Wm Crabill
were In Hastings Wednesday.
V. A. Vnlm of Hastings transacted
business in town Wednesday.
Nelson Heall of Norton, Kas , was
In town on business Saturday.
Mark Parks was in Superior Wednes
day watching the bird men fly.
Alsid Le Tcurneauof Aurora, Kans.,
visited Silver Longtin Friday.
C. O. Wheeler of Grand Island was
in town on business Monday.
John Tomliu'son was in Pranklin
Tuesday on electrical business
Mrs. Spence Potter was a passenger
on No 13 for the west Tuesday.
Mesdames Geo. Hollister and O. C
Teel were in Lincoln this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo Trine and daugh
ter were in Superior Wednesday.
Judge Dungau of Hastings arrived
Wednesday to hear Bryan speak.
Earl Ellis of Hastings was transact
ing business in town Wednesday.
Mrs. McCord, who has been very
sick, is improving at this writing
Miss Lena Wagoner and Mr. Young
were married Wednesday evening.
Mrs. E. W. Coplen and daughter
Lola were in Hastings Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bates of Dresden
Kas., visited J. E. Butler Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kohl of Hastings
visited with Chas. Schellak Tuesday.
T. A. Hartman and M Bungard of
Lebanon, Kas., were in town Friday.
Mrs. Geo. Wells of Cowlcs visited
her sister Mrs. J. E. Butler Tuesday.
L. (t.'Railsback and T. F. Nicholson
of Willsonvill e were in town Tues
day. Lost, two pairs of spectacles, with
"M. K " on one' cue. Leave' at thfs
Mrs. Ella Cook "Patrick of Omaha ar
rived in tow,n Wednesday for a visit
with her 'parents', Dr' and Mrs. Henry
Cook , , i
Rev. and Mrs. E. N.- Tompkins are
visiting relatives in Hastings this
John Yost, B. E. McFarland and
James Ryan returned from Omaha
L. E. Miuer, Frank Wrayand Chas.
Metz of Guide Rock were in town
Miss Coon has taught in the rural
schools of Webster County. Vote for
Edgar Cowden leaves tomorrow for
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Wonder why?
O! you Cupid,
CM. Smith returned Wednesday
from a business trip to Norton and
La Mont Baker of Kansas City, Mo.,
was in town Friday renewing old
The Diamond Electric Vacum clean
er demonstrated iu your home free.
Call Phone Red 97.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Taokett of Butler
Mo., are visiting their daughter Mrs.
Diamond this week.
See J. H. Bailey for a farm loan.
He has a reduced rate of interest and
is sole aarent for Trcvett, Mattls &
Baker who are noted for promptness
and square dealing and are always
ready for business
John Taylor, brother of Mrs. Len
Aultz, returned- to Pittsburg, l'enn.,
Bernard' MoNeuy returned from
Troy,NvV. Saturday where he attend
ed his sister's funeral.
Rev. and Mrs. Jarboe left Saturday
flit'llLf ttn1n4 t M.lw.-..t t.A.. ...Ill
luiiimnuniiw, nun., niiciu fcliuj mil
Mart revival meetings.
1 IfrsV ErHest Davis spent last -week
in tliecountry with her parent! Mr.
Bud Mrs. Noah McDowell. '
Harry Bates and Tallis Luuchbaugh
of McUrow, Krs., visited with J. E.
Butler the first of the week.
A. D. Wonderly returned from South
Dakota the first of the week where he
registered at the land opening.
The High ,Scnool foot ball eleven go
to Lutings to-morrow where tiny
play the Hastings High School.
Wecsner and Koontz shipped a car
of hogs to Kansas City Wednesday.
Chas. Phares accompanied them.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Saylor are home
from Hastings where they took in the
Ceutral Nebraska Fall Festival.
Wall paper, paint, varnish, mould
ing, painting and papering contract
ed. Sloss, the Wall Paper Man.
The finest line and best assortment
of Harness eve carried before. Call
and look it over. MoittiAnT Bros.
John Havel and family were visiting
in Spring Ranch and Hastings last
week returned Monday via auto.
Mrs. Geo. Henderson was a passenger
to Superior Wednesday to visit friends
and ulso witness the aviation meet.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Whitaker and C.
L. Cotting returned from a business
and pleasure trip at Omaha Friday.
R. M. Beatty and son for General
lUaoksmithlng, Wagon Work, Horse
shoelrv n specialty. At Day's old shop.
Special attention given to diseases
of eye and ear. Glasses accurately
fitted. Dr. Stockman, Red Cloud, Nebr.
Mat Carter came down from Red
Cloud this morning on his way home
to Nelson. Monday's Superior Journ
al. Mr. and Mrs Frank Tiinerman of
Stella, Nebr., are visiting her sister,
Mrs. J. H. Robinson and other re
Miss Una Adams and Mr. Claude
Henderson were united in marriage
Saturday. The Chief extends congra
tulations. For Sale Household furniture, to
be sold at once at private sale. Also
a good house tent. Call at the house
Mm. L. H. Fort. ,
Fred Burden, Carl (Warren and
Teddy If c Arthur departed for Gregory
South Dakota, this Morning tb re
gister at the land opening.
Mr. and Mrs.' Roy Feafn returned
from Red Cloud this morning, where
they spent Sunday with relatives.
Monday's Superior Journal.
Earl Smith of Des Moines, la., a re
cent employee in this office caught his
hand in the job press last Friday and
received two broken Angers
Mrs. Paul Pope came down from Red
Cloud this morning to spend a few
days with her parents, C. K. Gitting
and wife. Tuesday's Superior Express,
Tom Kirfcchncr and wife returned to
their home at Armour, Nebr., Wednes
day after a pleasant visit with he
parents, Mr, and Mrs. N. R. Simpson.
The D. of H., met Tuesday evening
and Initiated two candidates in the
second degree. After lodge a banquet
was served and everybody hud a good
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stevens returned
home Tuesday from an extended visit
at Kansas City, and southern Missouri
points. Roy says Nebraska is still
good enough for him.
Mrs. James Overman and children,
Will and Helen departed to-day for
Los Angles, Call., to make their future
home. They carry the best wishes of
their frieuds to their new looation.
The Teacher's Reading Circle willjbe
held Saturday, Oct. 14, at the County
Superintendent's office, Red Cloud.
Use September lesion Maiikl Day,
Mrs. Walt. Warren, Mrs. Wm. Sorlv
ner, Wilbur Hamilton, Cecil Esslg,
Geo. Simpson, Frank Peterson, Claire
Wolfe, Sam and Tartleton Sherman
and the Red Cloud Concert Band are
in Superior today.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis gave some re
markable changes in costumes and
character and kept their audience in
a thoroughly good Rumor. Peoria,
III., Star. Opera house Friday, Oct.
I3tb, auspices M. W. A.
After exposure, aud when you fee) a
cold coming on, take Foley's Honey
and Tar Compound. It checks and re
lieves. Use no substitute. The genu
ine in a yellow package always. For
sale at Dr. Cook's drug store.
The 3rd. division of the Ladies Aid
society of the M E. church will servo
a chicken pie supper in tbo basement
of the church, Frlduy evening Oct. SOth
from r to,8 o'clock. Every body ln'
vited to come Price 25 cents.
The recent act of April 10th. lOOg
gives to all soldiers' widows a pension
of 112 per month. r?red Maurerf the
attorney, has all necessary blauks ,;
.gas " M.
Ssjlrijj i l&j'f&fPr'
See this Off ice for Sale Bills
New Band ard Orchestra
Organized by Prof. Betz
The personal of the second band is
its follows furnished by Prof. J. E.
J. E. B.-Us, Director.
Carl Wullbrandt, solo cornet,
.hrmes Sllva, assistant solo cornet.
W. J. Lipplncott, 1st cornet.
Walter Marshal, solo clarinet.
Harold Turnure,a6sistantBolo clarinet
Will Storey, 1st clarinet.
George Plieips,r2nd clarinet.
Fred Phares, E Hat Baxuphone.
Weyth Fogel.Mst horn.
Kenneth Wilson, 2nd horn.
Hurry Yost, .'Id horn.
Ulen Foe, 1st trombone.
Elton Pope, 2nd trombone.
Frank Mcintosh, 3d trombone.
Ray Koontz, 1st baritone. .
Frank Ellingcr, 2nd baritone.
Clarence Raker, bass.
Will Taylor, base drum.
Ray Turnure, snare drum.
Ray Saunders, ' "
The personal of the new orchestra
under the leadership of Prof. J. E.
Betz ia as follows:
J. E. Betz, director.
Roy Stevens, 1st chair violin.
Geo. VanCamp, 2nd chair violin.
Claude Gibson, 3d chair violin.
Mazle Wonderly, 4th chair violin.
Mrs. J. E. Betz, 5th ohalr violin.
Hugh Matthews, Gth chair violin.
Vincent Johnston, flute.
Walter Marshal, clarinet.
James Silva, 1st cornet.
Marguerite Stevens, 2nd cornet. ,
Glenn Foe, 1st trombone.
Vina Stevens, 2nd trombone.
Hazel Robinson, piano.
Ray Turnure, traps and drums.
JaesC. Daklnai, "ttwNy" Mayer at
faulia.'Tlirawa the Lariat"
Mayor Jas. C. Dahlman started his
career as a cowboy, and is as present
Mayor of Omaha, and has tue follow
ing record. Sheriif of Dawes Co, Neb ,
three terms; Mayor of Chadron, two
terms; Democratic Nut'l Committee
man, eight yearj( Mayor of Omaha,
six years, and fu 1910 candidate for
Governor of Nebraska. Writing to
Foley & Co.. Chicago, he says; "I
have taken Foley Kidney Pills and
they have given ma a great deal of re
lief so I cheerfully recommend them."
(signed) Jamks 0. Dxnui an.
Spld at pr'Cook's drug store.
Now is the
Right now is the time to $
buy the Winter Goats for t
yourself end Children.
We are showing greater values this season, than
ever before, in this line of Merchandise. jg
, Our stock is complete in every particular no two Jf
garments iiikc uur pian is 10 give our iruc wi i
ment in price, style and pattern, of the best garments
from the best garment makers in America.
Ladies' Stylish Cloaks
From $ 7.50
Prices to fit purse
We cater to the trade with the best and newest as- $
sortment of Shoes and General Dry Goods, in the coun- Jj
ty. Our desire is to have the privilege of showing
you our lines.
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30 Horse-power Five-Pass-
This car is now ready (or demonstration. Come and see it.
To fully understand the exceptional value of this car you. have but to'
compare it with what the entire market has to offer for 1912. Study
the specifications below carefully. In what other car will you find
such value at such a price? What machine under $ 1 250 can you line
up against this anditem for item seeso much for so little money? When
you stop to consider the fine thorough construction the heavy drop
forgings the pressed steel frame the selecuWtransmistion fitted with
F. & S. annular bearings (which the most expensive cars in the world
use) -the 30 horse-power motor, the big wheel base, the fore-door
body with door handles and all levers inside the car, you can better'
realize what an actual advanced manufacturing step this new car is.
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 59
Wheel base, 106 inches; bodyt five-passenger fore-door touring; motor,
4x4 1-2; horse-power, 30; transmission, selective, three speeds and
reverse; F. & S. ball bearing wheels, artillery wood, 12-1 1-2 inch
spokes, 1 2 bolts each wheel; tires, 32 x 3 1 -2 inches Q. D. ,
Silk'Mohare Top and Brass Wind
$1000 F. 0. B. RED CLOUD
See The Chief -Off ice
to $32.00 I
of every people.
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