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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 16, 1912)
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Monday nutt Vidnrdny drparts 1 1 km a.m.
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No. in-Throuiih train, di'imrlt firiin,ni,
No. 1u l.oonl imienucr " HSlOp. m.
See Dr. Crois over State Hunk.
Wm. Ilolirer was in Hustings Friday
Foil S.XLB -Old papers at this otllee.
Geo. Carter went to Nelson yester
day. A. L. Heck left for Kansas City Sun
day. James Hyatt was In Superior Thins
day. Chris Zeiss Is on the bick list this
E. Peters of (Juide Hock was In town
Father Fitzgerald was in Superior
Miss Knthryn Ilurku spent Saturday
Dr. Unities returned from Omaha
Mrs. J. 13. Uetz was reported quite
sick Inst week.
Dr. Cross the dentist is lojuted over
the State Hank.
Claire Wolfe returned from Hast
Flave Grlce and mother were in
D. H. Rich was a passenger to Hast
Dr. 0 V.Cross of Franklin was in
Go to P. L. Hansen for your Harness
and Machine Oils.
Al Decker returned home from Cedar
vllle, Kas., Saturday.
Dr. A. J. lloren aud wife were down
from Cowles Tuesday.
Hoy Sattley visited his patents at
North Branch Sunday.
Harry Brown witnessed the aviation
meet at Suprlor Friday.
Prof. Bet.'s orchestra played for n
dance at Iuavale Saturday.
John Sorene of Grand Island was in
town on business Saturday.
J. F. Drain is very sick this week at
his home northwest of town.
Lee Keith came down from Holdrene
Sunday and visited friends.
Dr. It. F. Raines iichome to stay am
will attend calls day and night.
H. J. CogKlns and wife of Hebron
were In town Saturday on business.
Wilbur Hamilton was in Superior
Wednesday taking in the ball Rarae.
Grandma Milllimn. who has been
very sick, is improving at this writing.
Mr9. C. W. Creider left Monday for
Esbon where she will visit her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Clark went to
Denver Tuesday to spend a few days.
Try the International Calf Meal to
make the Calves grow, sold by Cotting.
Mrs. Ed Amack is home from Law
rence, Kas., where she has been visit
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Geo, J. Warren visited
iu Lincoln and Omaha the first of the
There nie several reasons for seeing
J. H. Bailey for a farm loan and here
He is sole agent for Trevett Mattls
This company is here every day in
the year remly for business and not
here this week and gone next. They
loan on anv farm having the value iu
it improved or'unimproved. You don't
wait from two to four mouths for your
money but surely get it on the dny
called for. They give the best option
In the market.
THERE'S YOUR SILOS
F YOU are
a Silo this
figure with you and tell you
what we have.
Our Silos come direct from
Washington, which means con
siderable saving to us in freight,
meaning cheaper Silos to you.
The uosl iitnl puicst Ice Cioiiiii mill
Summer li Inks In the city at tlio Hon
Ouy Itobprlnn mid sUtorof Cctloi-
vlllc, Kits,, urti vlstlinj Connie Kusor
V rod and Cluis StolVoti went to Must.
ItiKs today to litinjj baeU the Inters
Willa Cither's now bookuAhxiindcis
Is now on sale at. Colling
W N. Richardson who has been con
fined lo his home by sickness is re
Dame rumor announces several June
weddings to take place among some of
our young folks.
The Diamond Electric. Vacum clean
er deiuonstiated In your home free.
Call Phone Red 07.
Mr. and Mrs. Harpham of Cowles
were visiting their daughter Mis. It,
G. Hundley Tuesday.
Carl McAtthur, who has been at
tending college tit Des Moines, Iowa,
returned home Satuidny.
Foil Su: A leather baby cab.
Good as now. Inquire of Mils. Anna
MrCoitD, Ri:i Ci.om, Nun
For Ham: A new Hag Carpet about
twentytivu yards. For further parti
culars Inquire at this olllcc.
Mr. ami Mrs. F. W. Cowdcn and D.
II. Kaley witnessed the opening ball
game at Superior Tuesday.
Mrs, Mabel Thompson and children
of Grand Island arc visiting at the
home of Mrs. Geo. Liudsey.
The ilnest Hue and best assortment
of Harness ever carried before. Call
and look It over. Moiiiiaiit Bnos.
Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Bean who have
been visiting Mrs. J, B. Wisecarver
left Wednesday for Hiawatha, Kas.
Call rural phone 'J03 If you have
cream or poultry to sell.
J. O. Caldwkm..
Special attention given to diseases
of eye and ear. Glasses accurately
lltted. Dr. Stockman, Red Cloud, Nobr.
If you are going to buy a Silo this
year, come and see us; we believe wo
can save you mouey. Plait & Fri:i:s.
Don't forget the prayer inoeting at
the Christian church on Wednesday
evenings. Let us meet iu prayer,
praise and song.
The D. of II.. will meet next Tiles
day evening. There will be business
of Importance and every member is re
quested to be present.
Mrs.C. 11. Rust unfortunately' fell
down the cellar Why at her home.
There was no bones broken but some
severe bruises sustained.
(. F. Rose was subpoenaed to Hast
ings to appear in the Dr. Bartholomew'
case Monday. He went up last week
but the case was pospoued.
Tickets for Class Night aud Com
mencement Night placed on sale st
Cook's drug store, Sat , May 18, 0 p.m.
Admission for the two nights 75c.
Geo. McCrary, who Is running a
bank in New Mexico, stopped off in
this city Sunday to visit his many
friends. He is going to Indiana.
The D. A. L'. P., club held a special
meeting at the home of Misses Christ
ian and arranged forBcvcralprc-nuptial
showers for several of their members.
If you are going to buy a Silo this
year, come and see us; wo believe we
can save you money. Pi.att & Fiikes.
Don't forget we make farm loans,
moiify ready the day the title Is ap
proved. Gariii:ii, Hutchison & Saladkn.
The Franklin and Red Cloud High
ehool track tenuis will hold a dual
Hack meet heio tomorrow. Everyone
should go out and root for the home
Mrs. Paul Pope came down from
Red Cloud this morning and is the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C
K. Glttings. Wednesday's Superior
going to buy
vear, let us
Mis Tult of
Doesn't make any diff
erence what it is or how it is
labeled the fact that it comes out
o( ouf slorc is sufficient guarantee
as to its quality. We stand be
B. E. McFarland
All the Phones
Mr. Jar boo will preach at the Breth
ren church in Gartleld next Sunday
morning aud at the Indian Creek
school house in the afternoon. All are
Mrs. G. S. Albright and Miss Bernlce
Potter returned ftotn Grand Island
Saturday. Miss Potter was on the
program of the May festival of the
Music Study club
Wm. Weesner, John Weesncr Hnd
Frank Perry have purchased the W.
A. Smith grocery store aud will take
charge of the samo Juno 17th, Wo
wish the new llrm success.
Tickets for Class Night and Com
mencement Night will bo placed on
sale at Cook's drug store, Saturday,
May 18th. at 0 p.m. Price of admission
for both nights will be 7,'c.
.T'ist received at the Bailey & Bailey
Shoe Store a new line of white shoes
for graduation purposes, in high top,
oxfords, Ac, in both Canvas and Nu
buck. Seo these before you buy,
George Whitakcr of St. Louis, Mo ,
Ed Whitak'SK.of Denver, Colo, and
Davo Whltaker of Gciivn, Neb. are
In the cltv owning to the serious ill-
ness of their father D.
R. A Wylle and W.
A. Wheeler of
Lincoln Telephone Co., were In
the city Wednesday enroute to Super
ior where they joined the Kansas City
Commercial club enroute for Hastings.
The subject. Sunday morning at the
Baptist church will be a "A Model
Church " There will be no services in
the evening on account of the Bacca
laureate services at the Congregational
Lan d We have for sale farms on
easy payments and special terms,
worth the money. Several mighty'
good deals. The largest list of local
farms from which to select.
Dan Gaiiiikr & Company, Chief Otllee.
Keep lu mind, when vou buy your
shoes for summer, that Bailey & Bailey
have just what you want. Also the
graduate should see our white shoes
In high top, oxfords, strap, ,tc both in
Cnnvas aud Nu-buck, before buying.
The Guide Rock high school ball
team came up Wednesday afternoon
and crossed bats with our high school
team. Gulilo Rock won the game by a
score of 7 to (5. There was h large
crowd of enthusiastic rooters present.
Vou will Hud our line of material
sullicieutly lurge enough to meet all
the demands of turning out a neat,
tasty job no mutter whether large or
small aud our prices arc us low us any
quality, quantity and workmanship
S. C. Buff Orpingtons Famous fly
ers Strain. First prize county fair
1010, 1st pen couuty poultry show 1011.
Eggs 81.50 per in, 4. SO per So, 88 per
100. Chicks and old stock for sale.
Write freely. B. H. Duiibktt,
Red Cloud is at .last to have a rail
road, and we see by the local papers
up there the Burlington has surveyed
foratraok through the corporation.
All things come to those who wait.
Wednesday's Superior Express. The
Burlington surveyed through town for
their water mains.
Barred and Buff Rocks Bred to Lay
aud Win. Eight blue ribbons fist
prizes) and the sliver cup at the big
Norton show. My cockerels have
never been defeated. "Eggs, barred
12.50 per 15 straight. Buffs, Pen 82
per 15, range 80 per 100.
W. H. Wiihuit, Lebanon, Kas.
The truck- team of the high school
made a very good record at Hastings
last Friday and scored a total of 1.1
points. The work of Carey, Cather,
Itlchey and Atkins deserves comment,
und for this being the first inter school
meet the boys had ever taken part in
the score indicates the ability of the
local boys against the utheletes of
about IS other high schools aud acad
emies in central Nebraska.
Mis Cox i chimed from Cowles
A Pi Atkins was in Lincoln this
week on business
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Piatt's little girl
Is very sick this weuk.
Attorney L, II. Blneklcdge was in
lu Hastings this week on btisiiiiss
.lames iMcltrlde and family wele
down from Cowles Monday via auto.
Chas. Walters and Allen Tulleys
are home from Iuavale wheiu thoy
lime been putting in cement walks,
G F. Kelley, who lives south of
Campbell, was Iu town today. While
In town he made this otllee a pleasant
I. W. Robertson, who has been visit
ing his daughter Mrs. Roy Fearn and
husband, returned to his home lu Red
Cloud Tuesday evening Wednesday's
The Old Soldiers and the ladles of
the Relief Corps so appreciated the
kindness of the automobile owners
when they tendered the use of tholr
m lehiues on Decoration Day the past
two years that we believe It would be
a real act of kindness if the o.vueis
would ilu the samo thing this year.
It is a long trip to the cemetery for
many of the ol I soldiers and unless
conveyance Is provided some of I hem
will have lo stay at homo
Prof. Morlt. was the pleased reci
pient of a book on the American Navy
donated to the school library. The
book contained the card of Lieut.
Ralph Pope. It is gratifying to note
that the graduates of the school who
arc achieving honor abroad have not
forgotten the room where "Young am
bition raised its little ladder and
budding gcuuis learned to shoot. II"
Wu have not quoted exactly, because
our memory is a tritle rheumatic.
Tuesday afternoon ut one o'clock, at
the home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs Kd. Iteiher, who live six
miles northwest of this cltv occurred
the marriage of Miss KUn Rullit-r to
Mr Chas, K. Gurney; Miss Vcnhi 'Hen
derson acted as bridesmaid and Mr.
Leonard Hulher, brother of the liride
acledas best mull. Rev. Hummel per
formed the wedding cereiuonj . The
urootn is well known here as he was
born aud raised here. The bride is
well known here as she graduated
from our high school und taught
school for several years. Theie was
about forty guests present and after
congratulations, an elegant luncheon
was served which all the guests did
ample justice. They received niiinj
useful and costly presents. The happy
young couple will settle down to farm
life iu their handsome new homo on
the Gurney farm north of this city,
the Chief along with their many
friends extend congratulations aud
wish them much joy and happiness
over life's matrimonial seas.
Program for the List
Week of School
'Sunday, May 10th, Baccalaureate
Sermon at Congregational church, 8
p. m., by Rev. Payne.
Tuesday, May 21, Final examinations
in High School.
Wednesday, May '-'2, Final examina
tions lu High School and Grudes.
Thursday, M.iy U3, Class Night at
Exercises aud Programs in thegrudes
Lincoln building, 'J p. in.
Friday, May 21, Communcelncut
Opora House 8 p, m.
G i tide Picnics
Class night, May '.'It, the class of lDl'2
will present a four act Drama entitled
Six Shurps, One Plat.
Music furnished by I ho Baud.
CUMMKNCKMCNT PltiKlRAM, 8 l. SI,,
Processional Marie Boss
Invocation Rev. J.J. llayne
Music .' Orchestra
Address Bishop G. A. Beecher
Presentation of Diplomas
Henry Gilham, Pres. B'd Education
Presentation of Scholarship
Benediction Rev. W. F. Cole
Tickets for Class Night aud Com
mencement Night will be placed on
sale at Cook's drug store, Saturday,
May 18th , at 0 p. in. Price of admiss
ion for both nights will be 76c.
The largest class in the history of
the Rod Cloud High School will
graduate May 24th. The graduates
are classified as follows: Normal
Course Elma Alles, Margaret Ileal,
Grace Boner, Myrtle Boner, Floy Bor
on, Mubelle Esslg, Elsie Hurler, Fannie
Hutchens, Isabel Maynard, Mary
Peterson, Pay Teel, Mazie Wonderly.
Normal and Scientific Coursos Ger
trude Good, Elite Taylor. Scientific
Course Russel Amack, John Cather,
Claude Cramer, Lloyd Mclutyre, Add
bert Evans Business Course Grover
Cary, Roy Robinson, Carl Wullbrandt.
Normal and Business Courses Bertha
Reauchamp, Lena Ludlow, Irene Mc
P ICTURE in your own mind the kind of
clothes you want the cloth, the style,
the fit, wear and serviceability.
Then compare your ideal with Clolhcraft. You will find
they tally in cvciy particular except perhaps in the price you
thought you would have to pay. For Clothcraft Clothes guaran
teed to be all-wool, to hold shape and smartness, to give satis
faction in wear and service; yet cost less than other clothes of the
same high quality $10 to $25.
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.
Vowden-jxaley (clothing 0-
FIRST DOOR NORTH OF P. O.
Goods now on our counters
All Reasonably Priced.
Voiles, Tissues, Silks, Flaxons,
Batist, Etc. AH Colors.
Extra wide Embroideries We have a new line ol
Wide Lace Bands
50c to $1.50 Yard D , -r
tJugle I rimmings
25c to 90c Yard - ' .
See our special
Fringe Nets and Overlaces
assortment of Edges and In- ,
. , all colors and all price s-
serttons to match. r
Hand Bags Corsels
New line Wash Hand Besl Cor8et manufactured
Bags "J. C C." Brand
50c and 60c $1.00 to 93.00
As an Advertising Medium The Chief has No
Equal in Webster County
Genuine "White Nubuck"
Don't fail to see this
elegant shoe before buying.
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