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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1912)
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Bulletin of Tht Wtek'a Dolnfs
Rev. Bates was In Blue Hill Tuesdtiy.
J. B. Kelthley is Lome from OmaiiB.
District Court is in session this weelt.
H. C. Wolfe has Rone to Omaha for
Mis. V. It. 'Bailey is home from
A. E. Cox of Hjadeu wns iu town
Bernard Fruit and wife are home
M. A. Young of Leadville, Colo., was
in town Tuesday.
Messrs. W. p. and Juo. Frohueo left
for Hastings Monday.
Flare Oriee returned from a business
trip at Omaha Sunday.
Geo. Holllster returned from Omaha
and Lincoln Saturday.
Father Fitzgerald was a passenger
to Orleans Wednesday.
Brakeman Tom Schaeffer of McCook
was in town Wednesday.
A. P Ely returned to McCook Satur
day morning on No. 13.
R. J. Skeen of Lincoln is in town
this week visiting friends.
H. A. Wheeler of Hastings was in
town Tuesday on business.
Mrs. E. N. Tompkins and children
left last week for, Hastings. ",
O. B. Amberion of Hastings is in
town this week on business. " -
For Bale: 3 good work horses and
1 driving horse. Gcs Pchdt.
Judge H. S. Dungan of Hastings is
holding district court this week.
Harry Letson and Ben MoFarland
attended the Bladen Fair Friday.
R. Insheet and N. D. Wire of Cawker
City, Kas., are in town this week.
Branson Stewart and Chas. Oilham
returaed from Hastings Thursday.
Get your Scoop-boards and wagon
boxes at Wallio's blacksmith shop.
Ralph McConkey and wife of Nelson
visited with home folks over Sunday.
Merlin Butler arrived la town
Wednesday for a visit with his parents.
Mrs. Geo. J. Warren aud Ned Grimes
aud family visited in Blue Hill Wednes
day. Walter Scott and wife of Mullen is
in town .this week attending district
A. A. Knieely of Hastings was In
town Vednesdtty attendlug to business
affairs., ' Ot J
J. Horary, G. A. Crow, and. P. B.
Spring came up from Guide Rock
T. J. Gllddous of Superior was in
town attending to business affairs
Fred Gund was down from Blue Hill
George VanCamp and wife spent
Sunday with Oscar Hughes and wife in
Harry Letson was a Hastings visitor
Attorney W. M, Crow of Hastings
was in town this week attending dis
35c kind, 2S cento
Beet Broome 60 cento,
others 40 end 50c.
Household Ammonia, Soaps,
Washing Powders, Cleaning Compound.
B. E. McFarland
All thm Phonmm
Attorney A. M. Walters of Blue Hill
was in town this week attending dis
You like to see this Nation maintain
its balance of trade; what about this
See Dr. Warrick, the Occullst and
Aurist, at Dr. Damerell's office, Tues
day, Oct. 15th
Will' MoConkey of Montana visited
his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. C. McCon
key this week.
The real "man without a country" is
the man who doesn't smile when the
home team wins.
Mrs. L. H. Fort and daughter Mrs.
Wiles of Orleans are visiting Mrs. .Ed
Pulsipher this week.
Fred E. Maurer, W. L. Weesner, S.
W. Foe and Alf. Saladen attended the
Bladen Fair Friday.
Mrs. Scrivner left for her home at
Yuma, Colo., Monday, after visiting
her children in town.
Al Turner aud Will Mountford left
for Yuma and Denver, Colo , on busi
ness Saturday evening.
Judge Ranney was called to Toledo,
Ohio, this week on account of the seri
ous illness of, his father.
A. II. Carpenter was a passenger to
Seldou, Kas., Tuesday where he will
look after land interests.
Agent R. E. Foe returned home
from Omaha Thursday whore he at
tended to Railroad affairs.
"a. R. Bertr T. W. Wessel, F. P.
Wanamaker 'of Norton, Kas , were in
town this week on business.
Mr. agdL-Mrs - GeorrrBradfOrd of
Bloomiogton arrived in town Tuesday
for a brief visit with friends.
W. P. Krohnen of Blopmiugton spent
Sunday with bis sister Mrs. J. A. Brad
ford and brother Jno. Frohnen.
Mrs. Joseph Herburger returned
home Tuesday from Omaha where she
bad been visiting her son Lafe
A. R. Hendrlokson and family were
In town over night Tuesday while en
route from Hastings to Oklahoma.
Sherwood Albright and family of
Ravenna visited in town with L. P.
Albright and wife over Sunday.
Waxtedi A housekeeper Middle
aged lady preferred. Will pay good
wages. Address, Call box 105, Hoi-
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We handle only the Best Grades of Flour,
and Feed of all kinds. Your inspection ot
my place is respectfully requested .....'
Opposite P. 0.
GEO. W. TRINE
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fl We've won an enviable reputation for being "The Store (or
Children's Shoes." Our line of Shoes for little people is select
ed with the greatest care-no detail too small to be looked after.
CJThe Shoes give satisfaction and so our reputation grows.
One of our Specials is a 12 button Jockey
Boot for Girls, 92.00 to $2.75.
BAILEY & BAILEY.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Newcomb and fami
ly of Esbon, Kas., were In tlio city
Moudny enroule for Hastings, Nebr.
S. It. llogart and wife arrived home
from Dletz, Wyo., Tuesday nljrht
whero thoy had been for some time.
Fred Kohl and Frank llerger visited
with Chas. Schellak Wednesday while
enroute home to Hastings Wednesday.
Every man Interested In the best
welfare of Iho city should be at the
school house tonight at eight o'clock
Fred R Maudevlllo, now of Grand
Island, and formerly of Red Cloud,
whs In town transacting business this
Mrs. M. Stoffels returned to her
homo nt Avoca, Iowa, Tuesday after a
pleasant visit with her son. Adolph
Mrs. Earner left Friday for Los
Angles, Calif., where she will visit her
daughter Mrs. Sid Longtln for some
Mrs. H. E Grice who has been visit
ing her parents Mr. aud Mrs. Mel
Sherman left Tuesday for her home Ht
M. A. Mercer and Lew Hohensee will
leave Snnday for Denver where they
will play with the McCook band at the
George Uaubrook and wife left
Saturday for Hastings and from there
they will leave for their future home
at Everett, Wash.
Rev. Bayne, Jas. Rupp, Chas. Fox,
N D. Illlngsworth, Lew Walters were
passengers to attend the Hastings
Festival Tuesday. ' V
Mrs Belle Plcard of El Reoop Olria ,
a sister of Sam Llndsey who (hat been'
visiting bare, left for a short visit at
Mrs. N. Longtln and family are ,V
pected home the first of the week from
California where they have been visit
ing for several months.
Mrs. T. M. Shambaugh returned to
day form a visit with her daugter,
Mrs. J. M. Weesner at Red Cloud.
Saturday's Superior Express.
Mrs. Geo. Hall and Miss Mildred
Fulton left Tuesday for Lincoln where
the formers son Earl is recovering
from an operation for appendicltus.
The W. R. C. will have an extra
meeting Friday afternoon at two
o'clock to meet the Inspector. Every
member is uiged to be present.
Chester Slice ley, G. S. Albright, Li '
P. Albright, Chas. Moede, Rev. E. N.
Tompkins, Rev. Smith and wife, James
Ryan were passengers to Hastings
Mr. and Mrs. Will Montgomery and
sou Dale visited with Mrs. Dr. -Moran-vllle
and Dr. Vlers Monday while en
route to their home at Orleans from
II. C. Cutter, one of the oxtenslve
shippers of Webster county, Nebraska,
came in today with a car of hogs.
Monday's St. Joe Stock Yards Daily
Dr. Warrick, the specialist will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients and
those needing glasses properly fitted
at Dr. Damerell's office in Red Cloud
Tuesday, Oct. I5tb.
W. Bohrer and wife, Merle Hokrer,
Hd waiters, tiarvey Uickerson.Artl
Mendolsohen, Miss Ira Crablll, Mrs.!,.
II. Fort aud Mrs. Wiles were passeng
ers to Hastings Wednesday.
The regular meeting of the Webster
Educational Society wiU meet In th'e
school house tonight. Subject to be
discussed "Advantages of a Commer
cial Club." The public Is cordially in
vited. Lincoln, Oot. 5. The state railway
commission will allow the Burlington
to dlscontinu its local trains between
Oxford and Red Cloud after Novem
ber 5. The company promises to put
the trains back on the schedule next
Miss Uedwig Dablte, of Posen, Ger
many, arrived in town Snnday morn
ing to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Welsch
and Henry Welsch. Miss Dabitz left
i'osen, aepi. mn , ana traveled over
4000 miles before reaching Red Cloud
and was detained at Ellis Island in
New York City 3 days.
The Democratic voters of Pleasant
Hill precinct will hold a caucus Friday
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock at the Pleas
aut Hill school house to nominate a
township tioket as follows: l assessor,
1 road overseer, 1 constable, 1 justice
of peace and to transact any other
business that may come before the
caucus. Fred Bbiout, Committeeman.
The Odd Fellows of this city are
planning to take advantage of the
cooler weather and get down to more
active work during the winter months.
A degree team is being formed which
will have charge of the initiatory cere
monies wbioh will insure the work be
ing done efficiently Hnd in order. It
is altogether probable that this fra
ternity will commence the erection of
a modern lodge building as soon astho
weather permits in the spring,
Governor Chester A. Aldrlch deliver
ed a political address in the court
house last Thursday evening. He con
fined himself strictly to state issues
explaiuing many of the duties that a
governor is called upon to performi
showed that It was a position that ra
quired all of a man's time, giving in
detail many of the requirements that
tne stare demands or her chief execu
tive. Theaudience of about a hundred
gave bim a respectful hearing.
Dr. Winifred Vlers located with Dr.
Ji V. Moranvlllo special attention
given to Obstetrics and particularly to
plseases of women mid children.
Fou Rent One furnished room,
ch)se iu. Phone Roll Red 102.
Speelnl attention given to diseases
of eye and ear. Glasses accurately
fitted. Dr. Stockman, Red Cloud, Nebr.
Dr. J, W. Mornnvllle wishes to an
nounce that his niece, Dr. Winifred
Vlers, has opened his ofilc'e for general
practice, and that he will nsslst at
hiiv time when culled upon.
The finest line and best assortment
of Harness ever carried before, Call
itiiri look it over. Moiiuaht Bros.
I would like to elre a suitable rmrtv
the use of a six room house all furnish
ed, and having all model n improve
ments, In exchange fur my board, till
iy family comes late In the winter
Dr. A. C. Ames.
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Be Prepared For
Stop Every Crack and Hole!
Get Your Winter
Clothing All Together
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Bins With Coal!
Do It Now!
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pLOTHCRAFT linings are not
only strong, durable and well cut,
but each one is carefully selected to
match harmoniously the particular
cloth with which it is used.
The buttons, too, you will observe corre
spond closely in shade and pattern with the
Important enough in
themselves, these are sim
ply two of the many in
stances of the care and
taste given to every detail
in the production of Cloth
Clothcraft Clothes give
you all the little niceties
of style and finish that
every man likes in his
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absolutely assured by the
Clothcraft guarantee of
the important things not
so readily apparent air
wool, lasting shapes, satis
factory wear and service.
This guarantee, found
in the inside pocket of
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Let us show you some of
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What Do You Say?
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Red Cloud, Neb.
Are correct in design,
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country and at a price
within reach of all.
Every part of their
construction is under
the closest scrutiny
and care is given every
The products are corsets
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