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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1911)
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A Home that Offers
Health and Comfort
Is, of eotirbH, the primary object
Of lilt llOIUO bllllilt'lS. It WHS
health pHt'ttuitlut Ij thin Icil our
fore-father to tin building of
frame houses because of their
freedom of dampness, u feu tun
of no little Importunes if one in
to bo free from noli" iheuumtic
pains etc. When you are young
and husky, hWovci. you lire npt
to overlook tills possibility, but
you can profit, by tlio advice of
some of our yowl neighbors who
can talk from experience. Ask
them whut tliey think of tiframo
hou-e.Comfoit Mill follow health
and there's no eomfort like ncozy
homo you know Is your own, If
you're thinking of building
there's n lot uf things we enn toll
you from experience with frame
houses that you'll be glad to
know. Let's talk it over.
"There's Ns Place like Ho mc"
Lumber and Coal
RED CLOUD, : : : NEURASKA
Geo. Warren is in Hastings to-day.
Will Rants was in Hastings Friday
Mrs. J. H. Robinson is on the sick
Fred Fern was In Guide Rook Mon
day. Mrs. Lon Eddy is lu Guide Rock this
Boyd Smith is on tho sick list this
All kinds of Electrical work done by
II. C. Cooper of Guide. Rock was in
J. B. Williams of S. Louis is in the
city this week.
Mr. O. Block of Lincoln spent Sun
day in the city.
Bert Ciirr was a passenger to Blue
H. C. Grovatt of Topeka, Kas. was
in town Sunday.
Morton Smith of Superior visited
Wm.' Cooper of Inavale was seen on
our street! Saturday.
Mr Mack of Omaha transacted busi
ness in town Monday.
Clyde Brown is the proud parent of
a boy born Saturday.
Have your picture framed at Sloss
Best selection in town.
James Sllva is recovering fiom a se
vere attack af tousilitls.
S. E. Flcmlnc of Hustings was in
town Monday onlbusiness.
Mrs. Chas. Whittakcr entertains
the Xmas club this afternoon,
Miss Nina Norman returned to her
home in Hastings Wednesday.
Mr. M.Pearine of Hnetings was trans
acting business in town Friday.
Mr. Huppes was down from Long Is
land, Kas,, Tuesday on business.
Henry Steffen returned Saturday
from a pleasure trip to California.
Fred Pfieiderer is in Red Cloud to
day. Tuesday's Superior Express
A. P. Manion one of Nelson's live
wires, was in Red Cloud Saturday.
Fon Salk 15 and 20 gallon older
barrels. Inquire of Parks & Havel
G. C. Bailey and family are moving
into Mrs. S. Day's proporty this week.
vnver Ailerons oi oiuukiuu, ""
spent several uays in vown isi wi-ck.
John Cortell of Hiawatha, Kas.,1
spout Tuesday in town vUiting friends.
Makes Home Baking Easy
With minimum trouble and cost bis
cuit, cake and pastry are made fresh,
clean and greatly tuperior to the ready
made, dry, fbund-in-the-shop variety,
and danger of alum food is avoided.
V. S FtsliHr and ( E. Hastings of
of Atwoud, Kas., were In the city Frt
d.y eo. Atnaek went to Omaha the
llrstof the week to drive luck his hew
Oeo. Hu'thee of lliistingH is lit town
tills week mi a hunilii-r trip along tho
Chester Lock wood and Win. Garri
son ot Norton, Kas., were in town Sat
urday. J. F. (1 rimes of Blue Hill was in
town vlsltlntf liis son Ned Grimes and
Adolph (loth was called to Omaha
Sttuday by the serious Illness of his
Ml-s Coon has taught lu tho rural
schools of Webster County. Vote for
Thos. B. Wells roturned to his home
in Stockton, Kas , Tuesday after visit
Chas. Fort spent Rovcral days in Or
leans with relatives last week return
The Catholic ladies will serve dinner
nnd supper at tho M. W. A., hall Satur
day, Nov I.
Eldon Mcdnrcy, Wnync Brown nnd
Cecil Eldorof Grand Island spent Suu
day in town.
II. F. Kelly returned to his homo at
Edgar Tuesday after transacting busi
ness in town.
Harry Mace and Will Smith of Has
tings wcro in town Friday seeing the
I R. Rice, of Hcndley returned to
his homo Sunday after a few days vis
ion this city.
Miss Coon has had experience in
rural, grade and high school. Vote
for Miss Coon.
Mr. nnd Mrs Oscar Hughes were iu
town Monday evening enjoying the
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Burnett of Mc
Cook spent Sunday visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Boyd Smith.
Father Fitzgerald came down from
Red Cloud this morning. Tuesday's
Superior Journal. v
The Diamond Electrio Vacum clenn
er demonstrated in your homo free.
Call Phone Red 07.
Misses Alfa Longton and Mabel
Holmgrain and Mrs. Roy Oatman were
in Hastings Friday.
Miss Irma Grlmesaud Miss Williams
of Blue Hill visited with Mrs. Ned
Grimes over Sunday.
C. Buehlcr, E. Fallard and J. II.
Hastings of Almena, Kas., were visit
or in town Saturday.
Passenger train No. 13 from tho east
was eight hours late Saturday owing
to a derailment east of St. Joe.
Lost A burnt leather fob with a
horse head charm attached. Leave at
this ofllce and receivo reward.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Heaton Jr. of Lin
coln visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Klnsel tho first of the, week.
A chicken pie supper will bo served
at the M E. church Friday, Nov. 10th.
from fi to 7 p. m. Everybody invited.
R. M. licatty nnd son for General
lilacksniithing, Wagon Work, Horse
shoeing a specialty. At Day's old shop'.
Morris Gorman has resigned his pos
ition with Miner Bros, and has pur
chased a grocery stock at Isostwiek.
Special attention given to diseases
of eye and ear. Glasses accurately
fitted. Dr. Stockman, Red Cloud, Nebr.
J. W. Harpham, who lives near Cow
les, had the' misfortune to have three
milch cows die from eating corn stalks
A baby boy was born to Mr. --and
Mrs. Jack Masters of Guide Rock Satur.
day. Jack says he will be another
See J. H, Bailey for a farm loan.
He has a reduoed rate,of interest and
t H b0ie ftgent for Trevett,
Mm, w)0 afe noted for
and squnro dealing
ready for business,
and arc always
O. W. Tabor formerly of Blue Hill
nud lied Cloud, but now of Shenan
doah, Iowa was calling on friends iu
to .vn Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivans Amaok, who
live near Guide Rock, visited with her
parents Mr. and Mrs, A. W. Holm
A Halloween daneo was hold Monday
at the Potter hall. Hef.'s Orohestia
furnishing the music. Everyone re
ports a flue time.
Tho Webster County Farmers' Insti
tute will be held at Cowle.s, on Friday
and Saturday, Fob. 2nd and .')', 1012,
to which nil arc invited.
The Reil Cloud lllh School root
ball team and the Smith Center High
School team will light for tho honois
of the day here Friday afternoon.
Miss HpssIo Dtiekor returned home
Wedotisday from Hoston whore she
completed a post-graduate course iu
her profession ns a trained nurse.
Postmaster Hacker is expected homo
tho last of tho week from ashington,
D.C, wltcro he has been attending the
National Postmasters Convention.
Mr and Mrs Roy Oatman cele
brated their wedding anniversary
Tuesday. They entertained n number
of friends at dinner at tho Royal
The Amboy Baud will give a basket
supper at the Amboy School house for
the purpose of recuperating their
treasury. Friday evening, Nov. 10.
A party of twelve friends surprised
Miss Josle Igou Friday evening. The
evening wbb spent playing cards and
luuoheon was served. All presont re
port o pleasant time.
The D. of H., will meet next Tues
day night. Every member is request
ed to bo present. A program will be
given for the good of the order by the
committee in charge,
For coughing, dryness and tickling
in the throat, hoarseness nnd all coiitub
aud colds, take Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound. Contains no opintes. For
sale at Dr. Cook's drug store.
FlavcGrice was in Inavalo and sur
rounding country Wednesday and
Thursday after big gamo. He promts
ed a big feed to his friends on his re
turn and tbey are anxiously awaiting
William McBride celebrated his
birthday Thursday by a party of ten
playmates. Luncheon was served and
in the evening Mrs. McBride entertain
ed the boys at the Tepee. All left for
their homes after the performance
wishing William's birthday would soon
For Sale My residence property, a
10 room house new and all modern.
Might consider a trade for a cheaper
property in town. Also e. Hudson
automobile to trade for farm horses
aud must make a deal in tho next ten
days. For particulars inquire of Ciiah.
We wish to announce to the public
generally, that we hnve the well known
Taylor Ranch for sale. This consists
of 510 acres, 0 miles south east of Bed
Cloud. This place needs no coinmeda
tion ns it in known far and near us the
very best bottom furin in WebRtr
county. Wai.kku & Kknt.
J. F. Parker, 2021 No. 10th St., Ft
Smith, Ark., says that he had taken
many kinds of kidney medicine, but
did not get better until he took Foley
Kidney Pills No matter bow long
you nave nan: Kidney trouble, you will
find quick and permanent benefit by
the use of Foley Kidney Pills. Start
taking them now. Sold at Dr. Cook's
The Real Estate Arm of Dan Garber
&.Co, of Red Cloud, Nebraska are ad
vertlslng farms for sale in the great
Republican Valley in the violnity of
Red Cloud, that will rent for cash for
as much as 15 per cent, of purchase
price. The great corn, wheat, hogai.d
alfalfa country. Homcseekers should
write fofc-tholr land list. Fine well
Sunday evening tho Brotherhood of
the Congregational church took charge
of the service nnd gave a memorial in
honor of John B Slemnn the origina
tor of tho Layman's Missionary Move
ment. Tho unthems, ducts and solos
by tho choir were exceptionally well
rendered aud appropriate to the oc
oassion. A brief review was given of
his life by E. J. Overing Jr. The
Brotherhood was the topic assigned to
J. S. Gilliam and in his address he em
phasised the nearness of men outside
of the church and those Inside tho
doors on all moral questions. Mr
Cressman. spoke on tho Laymen's Mis
sionary Movement aud showed how
this movement had renewed the life In
hundreds of churches lu this country
by men going to work.
Patronize Home Industry
Aid Buy Hone Grew Petatecs
The Minor llros. Co,, Inform us that
they nre well supplied with Early Ohio
Potatoes (Home Grown) which are far
superior to any stock that has bceu
on the market from other points.
They Look Hotter! Cook Better!!
Keep Better 1 1 1 Are Better 111,!
91 per bushe) iu u bubhel lots or
Ktl! -lt .' ii lt lU'ilb
I m . tell
Miss Gertrude L. Coon
the Democratic and Peoplkb Inde
pendknt candidatk for supkiiin-
TKNnENTOK rilllUO INSTRUCT
ION ok Webster County.
Miss Coon U one uf the best prepared
candidates who has ever souixht elect
ion to this olllue in tho county. Born
and roared here, having been a teach
er in the county for live years, three
iu tho rural schools and two in tho Red
Cloud schools, she Is thoroughly ac
quainted with tliu charae.ter and the
needs of the schools, and the best
manner to successfully aitieuliite tho
0110 with tho other.
As Supervisor of the eighth grade
work and Principal of thoOxfonllllgh
Schools for two yenis, also teacher of
Eugllsh in tho High School of V Intts
mouth for two years, she has becomo
conversaut with all High School work
In addition to her work as u success
ful teacher Miss Coon is a graduate of
the State Normal School at Peru, and
also of tho Nebraska State University.
She holds u Llfo Professional Certi-
licato'and is uullt!ed iu every way to
fulfill tho duties of the olllee.
Last spring Mlf-s Coon was elected
to tho department of Homo Economics
in the city schools of Billings, Mon
tana, aud ut tho probeut time is illliug
this important department iu that
city. If elected she will icslgn and
take up the work of our hchoojs at
Card 01 Thanks
To tho dearfriends and neighbors
whoso kindly asblsttd us iu life's
greatest trial, and those whoso deftly
wove together the beautiful , (lowers
wo tendorour sincere thanks.
Mrs, U M. Cochrane and family
No iv is the
Right now is the time to
buy the Winter Coats for
yourself and Children.
We are showing greater values this season, than
ever before, in this line of Merchandise.
Our stock is complete in every particular no two
garments alike Our plan is to give our trade assort
ment in price, style and pattern, of the best garments w
from the best garment makers in America.
Ladies' Stylish Cloaks
From $ 7.50
Prices to fit purse of every people.
We cater to the trade with the best and newest as- jjj
sortment of Shoes and General Dry Goods, in the coun- Jj-
ty. Our desire is to have the privilege of showing
you our lines.
30 Horse-Dower Five-Passenger
This car is now ready for 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 191 2. Study
the specifications below carefully. In what other car will you find
such value at such a price? What machine under $ 1 25? can you line
up against this and item for item see so much for soliltle money? When
you stop to consider the fine thorough construction the heavy drop
forgings thc pressed steel frame the selective transmission 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 fcre-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; body, five-passenger fore-door touring; motor,
4x41 -2; horse-power, 30; transmission, selective, three speeds and
reverse; F. & S. ball bearing wheels, artillery wood, 12-1 1-2 inch
spokes, 12 bolts each wheel; tires, 32 x 31-2 inches Q. P.
Silk Mohare' Top and Brass Wind
$1000 F. 0. B. RED CL01D
See The Chief Office for
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