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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 20, 1912)
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Bulletin of The Weck'u Doings
See Wr. Cross ovei State H'UiW.
D.ivo Wliltuker loft Mnnd'iy for
Hilly Miller of Hustings wits in town
E. Engberg of Atlanta wus in town
11.' E McFarlund went to Nnponce
Short orders at all hours at the Puri
N. B. Itenson of Superior is in town
C. D. Purring of Lincoln was in town
C D. Itllcy of Tecumseh spent San
v day in town.
Short orders at all hours at the
M. E. Worde of Oxford was in the
All kinds of Electrical work done by
L. R. Mlsner of Henderson was in
Jack Masters of Guide Rock is in
town this week.
For ice cream and soft drinks go to
the Puritan Cafe.
II. E. lillmorc was up from Guide
, Rock Wednesday.
Go to P. L. lluusen for your Harness
and Machine Oils.
Don Fulton returned home from
Lincoln Saturday. I
a unnil rb iv hie machine for sale. In-
quire at this ollice.
llert Darwiu of Hostwick was on
our streets Tuesday.
Chas. StelTen and wife visited in
Guide Rock Sunday.
Attend the band concert by our band
given every Tuesday.
W. 11. Clark of Wytnore was in town
on business Tuesday.
Ice Cream and Fountain driuks at
M. M. CJrow of Anisherst was 'In
towu visting friends. ' ., , y
C. W. Way of Hastings, the arobitect
was iu town Monday.
Jim Mcintosh and son Elgitr were
" in Hastings last week.
Ed Amuck and wife spent Sunday in
lfluo Hill with frietids.
F. F. liriggs of Holdregc wus In
town on business Friday
S. V. Grosse of Keuiuey visited
friends in towu Tuesday.
Try Ludlow'ti Jloo chicken dinner
Sunday at the Puritan Cafe.
FurS.vlk-A tine upright folding
bed. InquWe of S. B. Kl.er.
' Chicken dinner every Suuday at
Warreu's restauraut, 3S cen'ts.
Henry Jdui'H left for his homo at
Dcweese after visltiug friends.
Go to the Bon Ton Cafe for the best
Ice Cream and Soda War in town.
Hot Hamburger and Short Orders
at all hours at Warren's restaurant.
Marion Newman of Mankato, Kas ,
was In town Monday visiting friends.
' The best and purest Ice Cream and
Bummer drinks iu the city at the lion
Ton Cafe, v
Dan Garter left Saturday morning
for Chicago to atteud the republican
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Mr. nml Mis. (;. McKlmntey ar
rived lioine Wednesday fiom their
Tied Arnold of In ivnle li.m purclm
ed ii new Oveiland automobile from
Cuil Simpson and wife tnturned to
Clindimi Monday after a pleasant vKlt
with his pui outs
Mises ll-itlui and Deruico Potter
left for Cow If s Tuesday to visit John
I'.lmII and family.
Rev. II. Atkins of near Lebanon
spent Sunday with the Misses Mai gar
ct and Fluta DavU,
The Diamond Eluctrir Vaciim clean
er deinotistinted iu jour home free.
Call Phone Red !7.
Miss Vet mm Storey is home from
Lincoln where pIio has been attending
the state uuivcislty.
E. U Overman and family left Mon
day for California where they will
spend hcvctal months.
Mrs. N. Lotigtin and daughters Alfa
and Marceline left Wednesday evening
for Los Angeles, Calif.
Editor Hale and wife spent Monday
with Mr. Hale's brother A. C. Hale
who lives pear Inavale.
Harry Harmonson, who has been
working for Chas Norrls, left Wednes
day morning for Oklahoma.
Mrs. Roy Talt and Miss Gertrude
Coon left Monday for Aurora to attend
the state P. E. O. convention.
Mrs. John Polnlcky and son Paul
left Wednesday for California where
they will visit for several mouths.
Call ruial phone 205 if you have
cream or poultry to sell.
J. O. Caldwell.
If you arc going to buy a Silo this
year, come and see ui; we believe we
cun save you money. Pi.att fe Fiikks.
Mrs., Ch'ils. Zallman who is living
southwest of the city who has been
quite sick is reported to be improving
About 40 of the young folks of the
Methodist church held a picnic Tues
day at Ainboy. A good time is report
ed by all.
Oris Fearn, who Is a compositor at
the Gazette ottlce in McCook, spent
Saturday and Sunday iu this city with
Harry Brubaker and wife, who live
on Willow Creek, are the proud par
ents of a baby boy which was born
Dr. Cross the dentist is lozated over
the State Rank.
For ice cream and soft drinks go to
the Puritan Cafe. "
Eld. J. E. Jarboe will preach in the
Chrlstaln church at Inavale next Sun
day Juno 23d both morning and even
ingf AirVrn welcome.
Atiiv. ripd Vrs.J,Lpuls Maulevi who
live northeast of this city, are the
proud parents of a baby girl which
was born Sunday uight.
Try Ludlow's 33c chicken dinner
Suuduv at the Puritan Cafe.
Mrs Snydain and son left for their
home in Illinois Monday. They wore
called here by the sickness and death
of hor father, Mr. D. R. Whituker.
Go to Henderson's for ciie seed.
We just got in an extra choice lot to
go at 81.40 per bushel.
F B llKNDERsOX.
Howard, Foe, Phil Sherwbod and
Floyd Turnure arrived home last
week from Lincoln whore they had
been attending the state university.
If you are going to buy a Silo this
year, come and see us; we believe we
can save you money. Platt & Frkks.
Grandpa Warren in highly elated
over the arrival of a grand daughter
born to Ned Grimes and wife Satur-dayJjMptHej-
and daughter doing fine.
l4feMMaW have for sale farms on
easy 'payments and special terms,
wortb the money. Several mighty
good deals. The largest list of local
farms from which to select.
Dan Oakukr A Company, Chief Office.
in building Monolithic J
Reinforced Concrete JE
Silos. We build Silos
anywhere in Nebruka
or we sell the forms and
let you build them . . . ffi
Write us tor Further fl?
Platt & Frees
Red Cloud, Neb. jfi
Orders Called for
IWe will be glad to call for your
orders and give you advantage of
our daily store offerings the same
as if you came to market yourself.
In fact, we are extremely careful
in making up your order, as we
feel that if you do not get the very
best you might think we were tak
ing advantage of ybu.
B. E. McFarland
All thm Phonm
Don't forget we make farm loans,
money ready the day the title is ap
proved. Oarhkh, Hutchison & Saladen.
Dr. Warrick, the specialist will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients and
those neediug glasses properly fitted
at Dr. Damerell's ofllce In Red Cloud
Tuesday, July 2.
A Baroun: My residence property
on Webster St., near 4th avenue. First
good oiler takes it. Don't be back
ward make me an offer. Address
Geo. F. Newliouse, The Dalles, Oregon.
Kdward K. Nasser died at his home
east of this city Momlny Juno 17.
Funeral services -were held at the
Methodist church this afternoon. Full
obituary will be glvcu in our next
Mr. and Mrs. Noble Rail are the
proud parents of a baby girl horn Fri
day morning. Noble was very excited
Friday climbing telephone poles but
has gradually receded to his normal
Mr. net, informs us that he has
another musician coming from Cali
fornia. The professor says he is a
number one Trombouo player and is
also a good painter. He will work for
Mrs. Henry Struyer who has been
visiting her sou Ernest aud family at
Orleans for the pHtt few weeks re
turned home Wednesday morning.
Mr. and Mis. Ernest Straj'er "ac
companied her home.
Mr. and .Mm. Waieu Lougtin of
Hastings have been visiting their par
ents this week They returned liume
this morniug accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. A. W. Holmgruiu, and
sister Mrs. Rout. Uevvitt
Ernest Davis who has held a position
witli C. L. Coltiug for the past t! years
has resigned bis positisu. Mr. Davis
and family aud Miss Rett McDowell
departed for Stella, Nebr., Monday
where they will visit relativea.
Mrs. J. W. McCracken returned
home Sunday evening from New
Market, Iowa. She was called there
about five weeks ago owing to the ill
ness of her' mother who died Friday
at the age of eighty-three years.
Application to the county superin
tendent for transfer for' school pur
poses must be made' at or before the
annual meeting (June 24). Applica
tion blanks may be secured from the
office of the county superintendent.
Oertbudr Ii. Coon, Co. Suit.
R. W. KoonUs has added a well e-
quipped carry-all and a comodius hack
to bis bus and transfer line and is now
prepared to take care of all tbe wants
of tbe traveling public. Mr. Koontz
believes in getting the best of every
thing and looks after the comfort of
11. C Cutter, of Red Cloud, Nebr.,
disposed of two cars of hogs here today,
Mr. Cutter is a big shipper and sends
all of his consignments to this point.
He has been a regular patron of this
market ever siuce the present yards
were built. Monday's St. Joe Stock
Yards Dally Journal.
The Baptist church preseuted a most
pleasing appearance Sunday. The
building hadlieen freshly papered aud
painted aud the windows stained. As
soon as one enters the church he ex
periences a restful agreeable feeliug
"which steals over his consciousness
ere be is aware". The room is bright
and cheerful and in itself expresses a
cordial welcome to all comers The
ladles of the church were instrumental
iu securing the necessary materials
aud Ker. Cole performed the labor.
Tho church ofllclully uxpiessod thanks
to Rev. Cole for this work and also for
the beautiful individual communion
set which he presented them.
The llnptlst Suiuliiy school will ob
serve Children's Day iiit Sunday at
the hour of moiiiliijr servle?; tho exer
cises vu'ie deferietl oil account of
painting the church, but will occur
next Sunday, without full. Coidial in
vitation Is given to all.
I W. Unxo.s, Supt.
Dr. i:. A. Cielghton has hud liU
farm adjoining thK city on the west
surveyed and laid oil' into lots which
ho will offer for sale iu a short time.
These lots aio conveniently located
and will make excellent lioiueu for
many people. Wu understand that
the Doctor litis le-eived a few acres
for himself and that he will elect a
handsome resilience thole as souii as
ho can peifect his plans.
The now linn of Weesner Perry Co
has assumed chatgu of thoMore which
was icceiitly purohnsed of W. A.
Smith and is now ready' for business.
Besides alt the fresh aud nice giocer
les this new tlrm will carry a full line
of dependable dry-goods and will make
a specialty of ladles ready-to-wear gar
ments. This tlrm has the confidence
of tbe people of this community and
we extend to them the glad hand aud
believe, that their association with the
public will be mutually profitable.
It whs hardly dreamed, when the
M. E. church building was erected
that it would prove too small to ac
commodate the audlenoec Sunday
eveuing many were unable to enter
the church because of Its crowded con
dition. The exercises were unusually
attractive, it being Children' Day.
But the ordinary Sunday evenlngaudl
ence fairly fills the seating capacity of
the church. Rev. Tompkins seems to
be very fortunate In his ability to en
list the interest aud activity of the
young. His services are attended by
young men aud women in numbers
greater, probably, than all the other
protestant churches combined.
Mrs O. Neel and son Harry were re
ported quite sick Tuesday.
Dr Reed is moving into his of Dee,
which, was recently built.
Guide Rook is planning on having a
great.o,elebratlou this 1th of July
Win. Klrknatrick made n business
trip to Htirr Oak, Kansas, Tuesday.
The Guide Rock Concert Band have
began their regular Saturday evening
Tho I'roudilt Lumber Co., is moving
into.their new ofllce which is now
Mfg. C. L. Holes has returned noine
fronv Woodbine, Inwn, after several
wcetts visit with relatives.
Rev. Steele and Rev. Leiuliiger, past
ors of Cowles assisted Rev. Etislow In
tho meeting Tuesday night
A gYent many people from Cowle-,
Eckley, North liranch nm' Rostwiuk
attended the tent meetings hero Sun
Mrs. Hummel and daughter of Web
ster City Is visiting at the homo of M.
Lovltt. Mrs. Hummel and Mrs. Lovitt
Howard Wirt spent a part of last
weaken Omaha attending the Under
takers' Association and a couple of
daysitl) )iis mother in Iowa.
Mrs Laura Johnston, mother of
Mrs. Stlckicy and Mrs. Sabln, died at
the former's home Sunday evening.
The funeral was held at the Christian
church at 10:30 o'clock Tuesday and
intejpnent was made in'the Guide Rock
While Mr aud Mrs Chris Strauser
pT Republican City were driving in
their car east of Guide Rock the steer
ing rod broke and caused the auto to
turn turtle without doing any serious
iojury to the occupants The top was
' Mrs Eva Dickerson and daughters
Olive and Ethel expect to start the
latter part of this week for Los Angel
es, Calif., where they will -spend tbe
summer visiting Mrs. Diokerson's
suiters. On tbeir way they will stop a
week' at Manitou, Colo. "
We are having fine nights to sleep
The ground Is in One shape since
Roy Kent finished drilling in bis
millet on Monday.
Rert King was on wind mill row
Monday braking a colt.
Disking and cultivating corn is the
order of tbe day in Uarfield.
Al Smith aud wire visited in Red
Cloud Saturday night and Sunday.
Miss Pearl White was a pleasant
caller on the Fisher girls one day last
Leu Munger was at Clyde Bowens
Sunday doctoring his mule that got
Charley Campbell shipped bis fat
cattle to market Sunday. He went
with his stock.
Call Simpson and wife of Chadrnn
were visiting at Clyde Howens a few
days last week.
Miss Pearl Whlto is visiting at Mrs.
Ida KeutH for a week or so and is also
visttfng old neighbors
Nothing to Worry
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Good Rains. Good Crops
and Good Times are here
Dress up and Look the Part
You can't look Prosperous
in Old Clothes
We will' dress you up at such a low
price it will surprise you. Come and
see our June wearables in Underwear,
Shoes, Straw Hats, Shirts, Men's and
Young Men's Nobby Suity all priced
at the lowest prices possible
The Best Makes, B. Kuppenheimer Co.
TheGouideD-Kaley Clothing Go.
OMK PRICK CLOTMim
Cloaks Still Left
. . . Get One
Ele&ant Selection of Press
40 in. width . . . $1.50, 1.25 and 85c yd
27 in. width . . $1.25, .75, 60 and 50c yd
18 in. width . . $1.25, 1.00, .75 to 25c yd
Wide Bandingf . $1.00 yd
All widths and prices in Galoon Bandings
Now is just the time for the embroidery
,Widet range of patterns and prices in all
classes of Summer Dress Goods, prices
from 60c yd down to 5c yd
. . . Oxford
Jut received t shipment of New Skoes, all dif-
fereit leathers, styles and prices. Its oir
business to keep ap on all lines of merchandise
and we're here with the goods
THE CHIEF Recognizes no
Equal in the Advertising Field of
Red Cloud or Webster County
at a Price . . .
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