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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1912)
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No. 14-ThroiiBh train, departs 2.00 a
No. 16 I.ocnl imssniKcr ' v.Xtn.
No. 174 Accommodation North ex-
ccpt Monday and Wed., departs
No. ITO-Acconimoilntlnn North ...
Monday and Wednesday departs 11:30 a.m.
No. 13-ThroiiKh train, departs fi:CJa. tn.
No. 15-I,ocal passenger 8.J0i. m.
Good house to rent. 1. V. Kd&on.
Foil S ale -Old papers nt this olllcc.
Dr. C. E. Cross was in Htvcrton
W. II. Scott'of Cowles was in town
J. P. Crime was down from Xaponeo
Father Fitzgerald was In Superior
R. D Noble or Inavalo spent Sunday
Miss Jones returned from Hastings
George Vinceut left for Glltner
RlchardJUcard of Lincoln was in
Leslie Steward of Franklin was in
J. F. Taylor of Hastings was in
All kinds of Electrical work done by
C. S. Davis of North Branch was in
town last week.
Chas. Wulters returned from Grand
Frank Cowdcn is in Lincoln this
week on business.
Mrs. Pat Carpenter was a piwscnger
to Lincoln today.
Miss Gertie Cope of Hastings was in
the city Tuesday.
George F. Castor of Hastings was in
Chas. Millignn Jr., came down from
A good sewitig machine for sale. In
quire at this otllce.
T. H. Gordon was down from Re
publican City Sunday.
T. V. Martin of Smith Center, Kas.,
was in town Wednesday.
Hans Rasmus'en of Bertram! visited
friends in town last week.
A. D. Gruben of llluelllll transacted
business in town Monday.
R. K. Muugcr of Alliance vlbitcd
friends in town Tuesday.
W. W. Brttt of Franklin spent Mon
day in town on business.
T. N. Mooie of Riverton was in
town on business Tuesday.
J. W. Grimes of Blue Hill whs in
towu on business Monday.
J. K. Osgerty of Lincoln was in
town on business Saturday.
R. V. Ileal of Aurora visited re
latives iu town over Sunday.
Chas. Gurney shipped a car of fat
cattle to market Wednesday,
a Mr. and Mrs. George VanCamp are
home from their wedding trip.
Go to the Puritan Cafe, Sunday for
your chicken dinner, price 35c.
Dr. R. F. Raines is home to stay and
will attend call day and night,
Bye Sbepardson and wife were down
from Riverton via auto Monday.
There are several reasons for seeing
J. H. Bailey for a farm loan and here
He is sole scent for Trevett Mattis
This company is here every day in
the year ready for business and not
here this week and gone next. They
loan on any farm having the value in
it Improved or'unlmproved. You don't
wait from two to four months for your
money but surely get it on the day
called for. They give the best option
in the market.
THERE'S YOUR SILO
F YOU are
a Silo this vear, let us
figure with you and tell you
what w,e have.
Our Silos come direct from
Washington, which means con
siderable saving to us in freight,
meaning cheaper Silos to you.
Will Robertson accompanied a ship
ment of itock to St Joe Sunday.
V. A. Arpslund and G. A. Dutiiap of
Teeumsch spent Sunday In town.
Kail Sehnumacher of Kansas City
was in town the ilrst of the week.
F. W. and Charles Steffen were
passengers to Grand Island Tuesday.
Go to the Hon Ton Cafe for the best
Ice Cream and Soda Water in town.
H. E. Woodward of Uuldo Rook
transacted business In town Tuesday.
Chas. Martin of Council Bluffs, Iowa
spent Sunday in town visiting friends.
Mrs. Mamie Myers and son of St.
Joe are visiting Mrs Fanulo Morati
C. A. Peterson returned to Hastings
Tuesday after transacting business In
Rev. J. M. Bates will
services nt the Graco
The best and purest Ice Cream and
Summer drinks In the city at the Bon
Mr. M. Smith of tho soldiers' home
at Danville, III., is visiting his sister
Mrs. .Tas. McGulre.
The Diamond Electric Vacum clean
or demonstrated in your home free.
Call Phone Red 97.
The Puritan Cafe is furnishinga fine
Sunday chicken dinner for 35o. Try
it and be convinced.
Fob Sai.k A new Rag Carpet about
twentyflve yards. For further parti
culars inquire at this oillcc.
Leopold llerbcrgcr and wife of Lin
coln visited with his parents. Jos.
Herbergcr and wife this week.
The ladies of tho Christian church
will hold their usual market May 4th,
at W. A. Smith's Krocery store.
John Weesucr and wlfo were pass
engers to Superior Friday where they
visited Mrs Wecsner's parents.
The finest line and best assortment
of Harness ever carried before. Call
and look it over. MoitruitT Bros.
Call rural phone 203 if you have
cream or poultry to sell.
J. O. Caldwuli..
.Miss Bessie Forest of Bluo Hill
spent Sunday in Red Clond with her
sister, Mrs. George Trine and family.
Special attention given to diseases
of eye nud ear. Glasses accurately
fitted. Dr. Stockman, Red Cloud, Nebr.
If you are going to buy a Silo this
year, come and see us; we believe we
can save you money. Pi.att & Fiik.es.
J. E. Jarboe will preach at the
Indian Creek school house next Sun
day May 5th at 3 p. tn. All nro wel
come. Dr. Cross will be in his ofllce over
the State Bank everyday in the week.
iliivintr discontinued his visits to
Mrs. Geo. Dawson ond daughter
Gladys livingnear Guide Rock spent
Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Warren Longtln and wife left Wed
nesday morning for Hastings after
visiting their parents here for the past
Ben Williams returned home Mon
day from Grand Island where be finish
ed his first year course at the Grand
Island Baptist college.
W. A. Kent returned from Dunning
Saturday wh'ere he closed a real estate
deal for the Sbuok property in the
north west part of town.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Simpson of Mt. Ver
non, Iowa, who have been visiting his
brother, N. R. Simpson and family,
left for their home Monday.
Miss Irene McGuire taught tho 2nd
grade at the Lincoln school Monday
relelvlng Miss Alice Coombs who was
confined to her home by sickness.
Mrs. Sollday and two children -and
Miss Malisant Slaby of MoCook and
Mrs. Pate of Indianola are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Clark this week.
Leonard Relhcr and Don Fulton,
who are attending the Agricultural
College at Lincoln, arrived Saturday
for a week's visit with their parents.
going to buy
WE too. are doing
We are plowing through our
stock, and clearing our shelves
of all canned goods, hence the
Corn 3 for 25c
Gallon Apples 3 for $1.00
B. E. McFarland
AH thm Phoif
Wm. Foster was in Franklin Sunday.
Will Edson, editor of Argus, who
got hurt a while back, is able to be
Tho Chief went to press Wednesday
evening this week owing to tho faot
that we are moving into our new ofllce
iu the Newhouse block.
Don't forget we make farm loans,
money reatiy tlie day tuo title is np
proved. Gaiuikh, Hutchison & Saladkn.
If you are going to buy a Silo this
year, come and see us; we believe wo
can save you money. Platt & Fm:i:s.
Chas. Bennett, of the linn of Fuller
and Betinett, who are stook buyers
at Cowles, was In town Wednesday'
morning. He had been to Kansas
City with 3 cars of sheep and was on
his way home.
Dr. Wurrlek, the specialist will meet
eye, ear, nose nnd throat patients and
those needing glassos properly fitted
at Dr. Dnmercll's ofllce in Red Cloud
Tuesday, May 7.
LAN n Wo have for sale farms on
easy payments and special terms,
worth the money. Several mighty"
good deals. The lurgost list of local
farms from which to select.
Dan Gaiuikh & Company, Chief Ofllce.
Mr. and Mrs II F. Beau formerly
of Illinois are visiting their niece Mis
J. B. Wisecarver and renewing ac
quaintances with Drs. Sanderson and
Damerull and E U. Overman while en
route to Los Angles where they will
You will find our line of material
sufficiently large enough to meet all
the demands of turning out a neat,
tasty job no matter whether large or
small aud our prioes are as low as any
quality, quantity and workmanship
J. O. Butler received word from his
son Omer that he had been married iu
Chicago Sunday. Omer Is a Red Cloud
boy and is at present employed as car
toonist on the Chicago Tibune The
Chief and his many friends extend
Do not forget the free social at the
Congregational chureh Thursday even
ing. The Ladies Auxiliary has the
social in charge arid they cordially in
vite all to attend. Come und .enjoy a
pleasaut evcnjng with us. Remember
the date, May 2nd.
Miss Alfa Longtln came in today
from Aurora, Kans., where she has
been to attend tho wedding of ber
cousin and is visiting with Miss Ger
trude Hicks for the day She will go
on to her home at Red Cloud this even
ing. Monday's Superior Expiess.
The subjects of the sermons at the
Baptist church next Sunday are as
follows: Morning, "Jesus Call to
Tempest Tost," evening ''Healing of
the Body as Taught in Scripture." A
cordial invitation is extended to all.
Rkv. Cole, Pastor;
Rev. E. N. Tompkins has purchased
a new Buiok automobile and he is as
happy as a boy with a pair of red
topped boots. He say& that he can go
anywhere in any kind of whether and
as fast as be oares to ride. It certain
ly is a beautiful machine. Hoit and
Boren of Cowles made the sale.
Thomas J. Blankenbaker, aged 59
years 5 months and Sl'days of Walnut
creek preolnct died in Red Cioud Mon
day morning of paralysis. He had
been bed fast for several months and
and leaves an aged father, several
brothers and sisters to mourn his
death. The funeral services were held
Wednesday afternoon and interment
took place in the Walnut creek ceme
tery. He was a member of the Inavale
M. W. A. .n it
Rtal EstsU.f wafer.
Real Estate Transfers for week end
ing Tuesday, April UOth, 1U12.
Compiled by M. W. Carter &. Son
Hmmit A Yost and husb., to
Pearl P. Ely, w d, lots 17 to 'JO,
Blk 0, Plntt's Addition to Red
cloud i 8 ;iroo
W. B. Hydcn and wife to Carl
Guralhewohl, w d, sw 7-4-1S, 8800
Charles W. Kaley to Clydo Ker
sey, w d, c sw 21-1-1'J 13R
Andrew A. Hart and wife to
Agnes I. Herbergcr, qcd, to lot
l., lllk 21, Red Cloud 1
hmniiuel Peters ami wife to
Ralph C Peters, w d, lots 1 to
(!, Blk. 10, Uuldo Rock 1100
John O. Ncmechek to William
Keilior, w d, lot 2, Blk.lt, Blad
Margaret Roiher and husb., to
John (). Neuiechek, wd, lot 2,
Blk. I), Bladen M)
William Reihorand wife to Geo
Bennett, r d, pt lot 3, Blk. i,
William Relher and wlfo to
lames Zltek, w d, lot 10, Blk.
11, Bladen 1500
Tumes Xitek and wife to Margar
et Relher, w d, lot 10, Blk. 11,
Bladen -. 1500
Charles V. Kaley to Bessie O.
Mann, w d, ptsw sw3S 1! 11 2233
Mortgages Mled, 811,70000.
Mortgages released, $11,150.00.
Off For Baltimore
The uuterrllled of Nebraska will
have a special train to tho Baltimore
Henry C. Richmond and other well
known democrats of the stato will
have charge of the train, which has
been chartered nnd arranged for In de
detail. Several now Pullmans, parlor,
bullet, library aud dining cars and a
baggage car for exclusive use of the
Xebraskaus have been securod. Re
publicans nro welcome.
Tho train will leave Omaha nt 0
o'clock th evening of June 22 and ar
rive iu Baltimore on the morning of
June 21. Cars will be parked within
threo blocks of the convention hall
aud used for sleepors during convent
ion. Meals near at hand. Especial
arrangements for the ladles.
Faro for round trip, Omaha to Now
York, 815; stopover ten days at Balti
more, Washington, Pittsburg, Phila
delphia or New York.
Tiekots good for thirty days; for W
or 8i more, Go-day ticket will be issued,
good for ocean trips to Norfolk or
Boston, the Hudson river trip, Detroit,
Ningaru Falls, Montreal nnd other
Pullman fare to Baltimore, $7 lowor,
60 upper (for two people); cars released
Pullman reservations should bo made
now by sending check, under date of
Juno 20, Address
One Thousand Will Sing
For Sunday School Workers
Omaha, Neb., April 30 A magulllc
ent chorus of one thousand voices in
concert will feature the entertainment
which will be provided .for tho State
Sunday school convention when"" it
holds its nnuual meeting in Omaha on
June IB, 10 and 20. The chorus of one
thousand, to be Composed of female
voices selected from the Sunday schools
of Douglas County, will give a concert
on Monday night, June 17, proceeding
the three days convention of the State
,The chorus will bo under tlje direct
ion of John S. Helgren, who has had
considerable success as a director of
large choruses Tho concert will bo
given in the auditorium, which will
provide "ample accommodations for
the large gathering. Officers of the
Stato Association anticipate an attend
ance of 1,000 at the annual meeting.
Preliminary plans for the convention
are being made by the Bureau of
Publicity of the Omaha Commercial
Club which is working in conjunction
with the state officers. All meettligs
will be hold in the First M. E. church,
which will easily Beat fifteen hundred.
Rehearsals have already been started
for the big concert. Singers are re
hearsing In three squads, one in the
northern part of the city, another in
the southern and yet another In the
central. After the preliminary prao
tices, the grand rehearsalswill.be held
in the Y M.C. A., auditorium.
This concert is the largest ever at
tempted but is characteristic of Omaha
enterprise and spirit, which believes
there is nothing too good for visitors
from the state of Nebraska.
Preliminary advices from the state
indicate the coming meeting will be
one of the most representative ever
held. The various county organiza
tions are lining up for the annual con
vention iu a way that bespeaks success
Potato Considered European.
It Is a curious thing In conneo
tlon with the renewed Interest r
gardlng South America potato cultiva
tion that along the east coast ol
South America the tuber Is considered
European vegetable, and Is cultivat
ed only by those gaining their exp
rlenc from the old world.
Idea of Clothes
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the fit, wear and serviceability.
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teed to be all-wool, to hold shape and smartness, to give satis -faction
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All the new styles in Hats, Shoes
and Shirts now in. Come in and
look them over. ....
The Clothcraft Blue Serge Special, No. 5130, at
$15, is guaranteed to be all-wool, to hold shape and
to give satisfactory wear and service.
(owden.-Kkaley Oothing 0.
FIRST DOOR NORTH OF P. O.
Everything in New Summer
Goods now on our counters
All Reasonably Priced
Voiles, Tissues, Silks, Flaxons,
Batist, Etc. All Colors.
Embroideries I Trimmings
Extra widev Embroideries yfc have a new line of
88c to 91.50 Yard w.. , n .
Wide Lace Bands
50c to $1.60 Yard n . T . .
28c to 90c Yard ,-.'. .
See our special
assortment of Edges and In
sertions to match.
New line Wash Hand
60c and 60c
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all colors and all prices--
Best Corset manufactured
"J. CC." Brand
$1.00 to $3.00
Genuine "White Nubuck'
Don't fail to see this
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. $ t
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