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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1912)
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B. Ji M. Time Table
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No. It I'liroimlt train, tu nits '.'.(XI u, tn
No. 10 Local iusinger " W a. tn
No. 171 Accommodation North ex.
cent Monday anil Wed., depnrtH i::io i. in.
No. KO-Accoitimodatlon North .
Monday and Vi'diicriny dcpartH lluWn.m.
No. 13-Tlirounh trnln, departs fi:'ija. in.
No. 15 Local pusstiiKor " 8::i. in.
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J f vollcltltiB1 counnlttee? They are look
(io to the Hon Ton Offo for the bust
In- (,'ieani and Soda Water ill town.
Hot Hamburger ami Slioit Onlcis
ut nil hour- tit Warren's restaurant.
.1. V Watson, W. V. Meyer and 11. D.
Hehvlck of Campbell were in town
Tlie best ami purest lc Cream nntl
Summer drinks in the city nt the Hon
Hnve you seen the Chautauqua
Bulletin of The Week's Doings
See Dr. Cross over State Hank.
V. H. Fulton is on th.e hick list.
D. !' H.ilslt of HI ui! Hill was in town
K. J. Hull of Superior was in town
Ll. Hcmplc of Iineolu wasju town
Cliua. Uogate of lilailcn was iu town
J. W. Can ol of Alma was in town
I. 1 Gage pf Fremont was in town
George Hollihter was In MeCook last
S. .1. Fair Is in Smith Center, Kans.,
Kenneth Williams is in Hluo Hill
Mrs. Allen Tulleys spent Monday in
Guide Koek. . ,
J. 1. Larson of Hastings spent Tues
day in town.
J. U. Hartols ot Desliler spent Sun
day iu town.
A. K. Cougdou of Fremont wus in
Joseph Flaherty of Heatrlce was in
All kinds of Electrical work done by
L. M. Crablll left for Cripple Crek,
Dr. Cross the dentist is loiated over
the State Hank.
Go to P. L. Hansen for your Harness
and Machine Oils.
Jitn Ryan returned home from
A Rood sewing machine for sale. In
quire at this olllce.
F. C. Cooper of Guide Rock was on
our streets Mouday.
Ice Cream and Fountain drinks at
Warren's restaurant. , vk
B. E McFarland was in,, Kansas City
the first nt the week. r . 2
Alfred Wiggans of Inavaie vWon
our streetB Saturday.
'Dr. C. E. Cross and wife spent
Saturday in Franklin.
J. C. Mitchell was in Hastings
Wednesdny on business.
W. P. Waddle of Lebanon, Kane.,
was in the city Sunday.
Hert Stovens was down from Alma
Wednesday on business.
S. K. Callorlln of Cm n City, Colo.,
was iu town over Sunday.
Von Hall and sou Vou of Bladen
were iu town Wednesday.
Henry Coulson of Strang was in
town Tuesday on business.
Don Saunders returned home from
Brunniug Monday evening.
Paul Johnson of Hastlnge visited
friends in town Wednesday.
For Sam: A line upright folding
bed. Inquire of S. B. Ki.er.
Chiekon dinner nvery Sunday at
Warren's restaurant, U." cunt.
A. K. Atkins and Dr. ). I). Sander
son wero.ln Hivertifn Sunday.
A. M. Viil'ior Hluo Hid was iu
town Tuesday on legal bii-iluess.
Losr -Fountain pen Finder per.se
return to C. F Waldo, iiewurd.
Ing for you
jMtnes Doyle and Lnlrd Potter went
to Klin Creek Saturday returning Sun
day by Htito,
Mrs. llleUer living over iu Kansas
spent Sunday with her daughter Mis,
I. W. Edson!
Mis. Sausotu, mother of Mr. Ed.
Mu. lister, departed for Colorado Fri
Mi", Maiiu Jernbeig left Wcdnos
day for Denver where she will visit for
sevel ill weeks.
Mrs. O.D. Hedge and Miss Mubol
Essig left Saturday fur Indiana for an
Sunday evening, Phillip .Martin, sou
of John Martin fell olT a horse and
broke ills arm.
Frank Cowden, Dave Kaley and Art
McArthur took in the ball game at
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Herrlek are the
proud parents of a baby boy born
E II. Cook and family of Xnwatto,
Okla.. are visiting his parents Dr. and
Mrs. Henry Cook.
The Dimnoud Electric Vaetim clean
er demonstrated in jour home free.
Call Phone Hed 97.
Miss Doras Croekell of Franklin is
visiting Miss Alice Popo and Mis. B.
M. Griee this week.
The Mlscs Hazel Robinson and
Allison Cowden visited friends in
Superior this week.
HerrWilliams and Harry Eldredge
spent Sunday iu Guide Rock. What's
the attraction boys?
Mrs. Myra Jones and baby of Clay
Center ore visiting her parents Mr.
and Mrs. John Grlffeth.
Rudolph Kubiok and wife of Table
Rock spend Sunday with bis sister,
Mrs. Fannie Moranville.
Mr Morton Smith visited her
brother- Jesse Norton and wire in
Superior the first of the week.
Mrs. Beltler and sons living near
Cowles were in town Saturday visiting
Her Bister Mrs R. G Runchey.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Edson went to
Grand Island Saturday. to visit' ,her
parents returning home Monday. lV
'Trle W. C. T. uKhas posponed their
meeting 1foVoiicreek and will meet
with 'Mrs". l)ow July 10th at 2:30.
.Edwin Jarboe will preach at the
Indian "reek sohodl bouse next Sun
day nt 3 p. m. Everyone welcome.
Call rural phone 'JO.') if you have
cream or poultry to sell.
J. O. Caldwixl.
Lloyd Brndbrook came down from
Hrunniug Monday evening for n visit
with his mother, Mrs. Finkenbinder.
Mr. and Mrs. Finland Miner of
Orders Called for
tJWc 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 arc extremely careful
in making up1 your order, as we
feel that if you do not get the very
best you might think we were tak
ing advantage of you.
B. E. McFarland
All tho Phonos
Shollrook, Iowa arc in the city visiting
at the home of Mrs. L. M. Stonebreiik
er. Mrs. Rob't Dewltt returned home
Saturday from Hastings where she
visited her sister Mrs. Warren Long
tin Claude Smelser and wife of Hay
Springs, Nebr., are visiting his parents
Mr. aed Mrs. Frank Smelser this
Mrs. L F. Pool of Lyons, Kas., aud
Mrs. Whitley of Inavaie are the guests
of Mrs. J. L. Norrls and family tills
John L. Martin and family of Good-
laud, Kins., arrived in towu Thursday
to help care ror his mother, Mrs. M. S.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Perry are in Oma
ha this wei'k where Mr. Perry is buy
ing goods for tin new firm of Weesner
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in building Monolithic eg
Reinforced Concrete A
Silos. We build Silos (f
anywhere in Nebraska Jj?
or we sell the forms and
let you build them . . . ji
Piatt & Frees
Red Cloud, Neb.
Write us tor Further
D.ui Garber returned liomu from
Chicago Tuesday morning wlietc lie
had been attending the Republican
Miss Myi a Cook and a lady friend
who mi toed to Omaha Friday for a few
days visit. They returned homo Wed
Just as we go to press we learn of
the death of Mrs. Win. Cloud of Ina
vaie. Further particulars will be
given next week.
Owing to next Thursday being the
Fourth of July The Chief will go to
press next Wednesday night so the
force can celebrate.
George Hanbrock and wife have
moved to Red Cloud from Hastings
and has accepted a position with the
Dumas Cigar factory.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Moranville ac
companied by their nieces, Vera and
Winifred Vlcrsreturned homo Sunday
from Minneapolis, Kansas.
If you will carefully read the Chau
tauqua program you will' agree with
what lias been said It's the best pro
gram Red Cloud has ever bad.
Go to Henderson's for cane seed.
Wo' just got in an extra choico lot to
go at 81. 10 per bushel.
F E I! KNDERHO.V.
Don't forget we make farm loans,
money ready the day the title is ap
proved. G.Hium, Hutchison &. Salauex.
What constitutes u successful Chau
tauqua in Red Cloud? A good pro
gram and TOO season ticket holders.
Are you one of the 700V If not, get iu
Mrs. M. Hedge accompanied by Miss
Irene Moon, visited nt the borne of
her daughter and family. Mrs. Orin
Harvey, near Inavaie last Saturday
Dr. Warrick, the specialist will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients and
those needing glasses properly fitted
at Dr.Damerell's ofllce in Red Cloud
Tuesday, July 2.
A Bargain: My residence property
on Webster St., near 4th avenue. First
good offer takes it. Don't be back
ward make me an offer. Address
Geo. F. Newhouse, The Dalles, Oregon.
The ladles of the Congregational
church will hold their monthly market
at P. A. Wiillbrandt's store next Satur
day mid will also havo on salu their
eoolt books which will bo sold nt ti.'i
IMorts are being made to havo all
places of busiitoss elosi) at V:!l() p. in.,
Saturday, July 20 for the opening
number of ihuChtiutaui-iia. lied Cloud
will turn out ciiina'sn to hear The
r.nglish Opera Company.
Jj A .v i- m have lor sale farms on
easy payments and speelal terms,
worth the money. Several mighty
good deals. The largest list of local
farms from which to select.
Dan UAnur.it & Company, Cuir.r Olllce.
IJvery person who appreciates a Rood
musical, lecture or entcrtaltnent and
wants to help tiiako the Chautauqua a
permanent institution in Red Cloud
must render personal assistance. How'.1
Buy n season ticket for youiself and
Si Jamison, of Sm Diego, California
a iirt class baud man and a sign paint
er by profession, arrived in Red Cloud
Monday auu will mane mis nis ruturo
headquarters. Mr. Jamison Is an old
friend of Prof. Betz, who was the cause
of Mr. Jamison locating here. The
trambone seotion of the band is now
complete and Tuesday evenings con
cert was one of the best ever heard
of in the city.
The people of the Baptist church
gave the newly wedded Mr. aud Mrs.
Cbas. II. McKiramey a real old fashion
ed surprise Saturday evening. Fully
forty members were ptesetit bringing
with lliein plenty of lec eioaui and
o.ike. A very enjoyable evening was
spent and at the proper time Rev. Cole
presented the new couple with a set
of solid silver lea spoons. The pres
entation speach was botli pleasing and
In ns much as we will not celebrate
the Fourth iu this city wc suggest that
the vhi lolls stores bo closed at eight
o'clock in the morning. This arrange
ment will give plenty of time for the
people to do their trading for the day
and will permit those who deslte to
celebrate In other places to make all
train". The other towns iu the county
were kind enough to give us full swing
last year and we should return the
A vet v pretty and appropriate ex
ercise uns given ill the Baptist church
Sunday uioinlug in'honorof Clilldicu's
D.iy. The decorations weie simple
but pleasing and entire program was
well rcndcied. There were soul's and
recitations, class drills and exeiel-es
ami all were dellghtfut. The children
entered into the niwiiim with .est
and enthusiasm and seemed to fully
appreciate their responsibility. The
church was tilled to over-How ing and
the audience certainly appreciated all
efforts of the children.
Mr. Farmer, one of your great prob
lems may be to enthuse your boy or
girl to give honest, earnest assistance
In farm woik during tho summer
months. Why not hold out ns an In
ducement it trip to the Statu Fair at.
Lincoln, Sept. '.!(, where the best ex
hibits and iricatest attractions arc
gathered together'.' Just think, in ad
dition to the best horso races, will be
seen aeioplanee lliglits, the entire
Cheyenne Fioutler Days show, Liber
atlVt great band and Grand Opera Con
cert company, night attractions, tiro
works, and a number of other events
in addition to the very best exhibits
of stock, products of the soil, Improved
machinery, etc. Is It not worth trying?
One of the prettiest weddings of the
season took place Wednesday uoon,
Juno iiOtli., at tho home of Mr.' and
Mrs. Ephram Carter living four miles
northeast of Inavaie when their daugh
ter Ada Floe was joiued in holy matri
mony to Mr. Grover Reigle. Llder J.
Kdwiu Jarboe of the Brethren church
The bride Is a christian young lady
of highest type and Is most highly
esteemed by ber host of well wishing
friends. The groom is the sun of Mrs.
J. S. Reigle and be needs no introduct
ion to our readers us he is one of our
best and moat successful young men.
- The fUB was dressed beautiful iu
pure' wlilte silk, The bride's maid
Miss Laura Reigle sister or the groom
was ulso dressed iu pure white. Mr.
Omar Carter brother of the bride acted
as best man.
After the simple but. very Impressive
ceremony aud the Usual congratula
tions the bridal party all weariiiu
carnations and carrying beautiful
boijuots of carnations rind roses enter
ed the dinning room and with forty
live guests sat down to a bountiful
feast which only mothers like Mrs.
Carter 4knov how to prepare. The
rooms and tables were most beautiful
Mr. and Mrs. Reigle were the recipi
ents of many very useful as well . us
beautiful presents. They will be at
home at once on the farm of Mrs. J. S.
Rilgle's which the groom has lately
furnished and nrenared for his bride.
Kveryone present spoke very highly
of the grand way in which Mr. and
Mrs. Carter entertained them and all
went away wishing the newly married
poople joy and prosperity upon the sea
Nothing to Worry
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 Suits, all priced
at the lowest prices possible. .....
The Best Makes, B. Kuppcnhclmer Co,
IMGouiden-Haley Clothin j Go.
one rmicc cLOTHimmm
Cloaks Still Left
. . . Get One at a Price . . .
Conftreftatlonal Church Notices.
"Light on tho Hidden Years of the
private Life of JesuV will be the sub
juct of the sermon Sunday morning.
Sunday school at 10. If you do not
attend else wheie come and join our
Kvenlng preaching service at B'.
Subject of sermon: "Transformed by
Brotherhood meets Tuesday oveniug
at 8 o'clock Mid-weuk meeting on
Wednesday evening. Subject: "Our
Religion and our Country." As thin
is tho icgular evening for the quarter
ly business meeting of the church a
full attendance is desired. Make a
special effort to come,
John J. IIayni:, I'astor.
Card of 1 hanks
We wish to thanlc our kind friends
aud neighbors who so kindly assisted
us daring the sjekuus and death of
our beloved father, Edward Uasser,
and also for the beautiful flowers
donated iu token of affection.
Mr. and Mrs. John Holcomb.
Mr. and Mrs. John Saladen.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kasscr.
Mr. and Mrs, Connie Kasscr.
Henry and Edward Kasscr.
EleSant 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 Bandings $1.00 yd
All widths and prices in Galoon Bandings
Now is just the time for the embroidery
Summer Dress -"
Wide range of patterns and prices in all
classes of Summer Dress Goods, prices
from 60c yd down to 5c yd.
I) Will C. CreMer
The Tailor and French Dry Cleaner,
up stairs over Burden's grocery. Moon
Best Laundry service in the city.
Just received a shipment of New Shoes, all dif
ferent leathers, styles and prices. Its our
business to keep up on all lines of merchandise
and we're here with the goods
The C. f . D. Feed Slere
We carry a full line of Feed, (lay,
Flour, Qlls and (las.
Try our Machine Oil on your mower.
At present we have some choice
Cane and Millet seed, come in aud con
tract what you need before its gone.
F. E. tlKNDEKSON.
RfpHbltcan Rally Friday Nkkkt.
The republicans will have a ratifi
cation meeting Friday evening, the
band will be on band, a parade of tb
bandanna troops, a Rough Rider will
address tho meeting, one who served
under Koosevelt at San Juan. All
citizens are invited.
llv Oiioer ok. Committer.
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