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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1912)
Bulletin of The Week's Dolnfe
W. 0. Warren was in Cuwlcs Tuesday
Dan Onrber went to Lincoln Monriny,
II. E. McFarlrtiul was luHladcnMon
John Ciiuh t etui tied to Hastings
Dr. Nellie Mhtirer was a Hastings
E. R. Moote was a passenger to
Byron Wednesday. ,
II. A. Wylie of Uustlngs whs in town
Saturday on business.
Will Honts returned home from Kan
sis City Friday night.
Wm. Hummel was a passenger to
Mrs. Fred Youngren was a passenger
west on No. 13 Monday.
Lee Keith of Holdrege spent Sundr y
in town visiting friends.
Misses Rose and Irene McGuirc visit
ed in Hastings Saturday.
Fou Sai.k: 3 good work horses and
1 driving horse.-0C8 Pcjidt.
Better go over to Smith's hog sale
and get one of those big males.
Fred Phares has returned home from
Lincoln where he spent Sunday.
M. A. Mercer and Lew Hohensee
.went to Denver Sunday morning.
Get your Scoop-boards and wagon
boxes at Wallln's blacksmith shop. .
Mrs. Fannie Dow and daughter Miss
Auva visited in Hastings Saturday. "'
H. A. Steffen left for Pine Bluff,
Ark., Tuesday for a ten days sojourn.
Mrs. W. A. Sherwood and Miss Irene
Miner went to Omaha Tuesday morn
Mrs. Frank Smith is in Lincoln this
week attending the Rebekah grand
Att'y Phillip Fuller of Hastings was
in town attending district court this
Sheriff Tom Carrol of Alma was in
town Sunday night visiting Sheriff
E. R. Slnwbon was a passenger to
Lincoln Tuesday to attend to business
A meat famine is sure. Iluttcr go to
Smith's hog sale and get in the hog
Cecil Esssig left Monday moruing for
Lincoln, to attend the state agricultur
Roscoe Weesncr and wife spent Sun
day in Superior visiting Grant Green
R. A. Uaker is home from Hastings
where he assisted the band at the Fes
tlval last week.
I. G. Lane of Lincoln returned home
Sunday after transacting business in
town last week.
Rev. Cole -went to Wayne, Nebr.,
Monday morning to atteud the Bap
Wanted A Girl To work in a small
family no children. Inquire or phone
the Chief Office.
Mrs. L. M. Crabill left Tuesday for
Wahoo where she will visit her hus
band L. M. Crabill.
Loyd A Morris of Esbon, Kas., and
Miss Emma Tobler were married by
Rev. Tompkins Monday. V
Prof. Betz informs us that the new
band will start to practicing Wednes
day evening, October 23d.
We handle only the Best Grades of Flour,
and Feed of all kinds. Your inspection of
my place is respectfully requested
Opposite P. 0.
Foi the woman who walk- there ii no shoe made lhat
can hold a candle to the Treadeaiy.
While Tieadeaiy ihoes aie uted and recommended (or
every kind ol wear, ihey are eucntiatly walking -hoe.
You can walk faruW and walk eatiei in a pair of Tread
eaiyi than in any ihoes made, ao matter what the price.
Every pair ol Treadeaty hoei have full rubber heel and
cork cuihion intolei. They won't iweat the (eel and they
won't die the ankle. Treadeaty ihoet are alwayi $3.50
the pair. : : : t : : i : :
Bailey & Bailey
'The Cheapest Coffee
You Can Buy."
If you arc in the habit of judg
ing Coffee by price: change
your habit, for this occasion and
let us send you a pound of our
GRAND CANON Brand at 40c
per pound. Watch carefully
the number of cups of coffee
you get from this can and note
particularly the quality of each
cup. Then divide the cost per
pound by the number of cups
and see how economical it real
ly is. You will find this brand
of coffee cheaper per cup than
many of the cheapest per pound
coffees you have used.
67 cups to the pound doesn't
sound reasonable, but it's a fact
you can make that many cups
of GOOD COFFEE from every
pound of Grand Canon COF
FEE sold by
B. E. McFarland
All thm Phonu
Mrs. Belle Pecord returned from
Franklin Tuesday and Is again visiting
her brother Sam Lindsey.
Mrs. J. A. Bradford and children re
turned home from Hastings Tuesday
where they visited relatives
Wm. L. Weesner and Geo. Coon pur
chased 300 head of cattle at Denver
this week to feed this winter.
Ned Grimes spent Sunday with his
parents at Blue Hill and his wife and
children accompanied him home.
Look up the Thoroughbred Hog Sale
of Albert Smith & Sons at the farm 2
miles southeast of Cadams, Nebr.
Claude Cramer and Don Fulton left
Saturday morning for Lincoln to at
teud the state agricultural school.
Oscar Teel went to Lincoln Monday
to attend the I. O. O. F. graud lodge
and from there he will go to Illinois
Mrs. Walter Warren returned home
fiom Gorden Grove, Iowa, Tuesday
where she had been visiting relatives.
General Supt.Matterbou of the Lin
coln Telephone & Telegraph Co.,. wus
in the city last week on telephone busi
Irving Cummings and Fred Wallli,
went to Llncolnl'uesday morning on
No. U to.attcud'the I. O. O. F., grand
Harry Boats, Geo. Coou and W L.
Weesner left Sunday night for Denver
where they will buy cattle to feed this
The Red Cloud High school foot ball
team will go to Alma Friday to play
foot ball with the high school team of
Wanted: A housekeeper Middle
aged lady preferred. Will pay good
wages. Address, Call box 105, Hoi
The W. R. C. will meet Saturday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. Let every
member be present as there is business
Bruce Robinson, Superintendent of
the M. M. Johnson Electric Light and
Power Co , of Clay Center, arrived
home Saturday evening for a visit with
Ills parents. Bruce is enjoying a
month's vac-talon this month.
GEO. W. TRINE
Tito I.utlir-rim elmieli wlll.lnivo ser
vices at 10:30 next Sunday nioitilug in
the tipNcopal church ami alio the fol
Mrs, Ed Amauk returned homo Satur
day evening from Cutboiiditle, Illinois
whore she had been visiting her sister
Mrs. Ruth Ouni.
William A. Hunt -of Ulvcrtoti imd
Miss Minnie H. Wnrmnn of lunviile
were married by Rev. Tompkins on
Mr. and Mr. .1. II. Kellogg Jr., who
live at Platle Center, Nebr., are the
proud patent? of a baby daughter
which was born Oct. 13th.
Mrs. S. W. Foe In home from Louis
ville, Neb., where she at tended a family
reunion. Sum's face had a btnile on it
as he don't like bachelor life
Chief Patriarch E II. Newhousc and
Past Grand Master Paul Storey went
to Lincoln MoudHy to attend the I O.
O. F , grand lodge and the Encamp
ment. M Iss Marie Woosey and El wood Stino
returned this morning from Red Clot d
where they spent Sunday with the
Cowden children. Monday's Superior
Webster Ray and Harild Turnure
witnessed the Nebraska vs Knnsa
AggieB foot ball game in Lincoln Satur
day and also visited friends returnluK
Sunday on No 15.
At a meeting of the Grand Encamp
ment of Odd Fellows in Lincoln this
week E. H. Newhouse was elected
grand representative for two years to
attend the toverign grand lodge.
G. W. Hummel wishes all farmer
and truck gardeners to keep in mind
the Farmers Institute when they are
harvesting (heir crops. By carefully
selecting the best while gathering the
exhibitions will be greatly improved.
During the last two weeks the M. E.
church instead of conducting their
regular Wednesday evening prayer
meeting have been holding a number
of Cottage prayer meetings In differ-'
ent parts of the city in preparation for
their revival meetings which arc now
announced to begin on Oct. 27th.
The Democrats of Pleasant Hill pre
cincts held a caucus Friday and nomi
nated the followipg ticket:
Assessor, Sam Oiger; Road Overseer,
Matt Dean; Constable, James Doyle;
Justicoof Peuoe, John Holcomb.) The
following were elected otllccrs of the
precinct organization James Doyle
Chairman and J. It. Saladeu Secretarj.
Saturday night while the big R 1
engine No. 1U50, was going through
the local railroad yards, west of the
depot, it was derailed and the united
efforts of the section aud round house
men and the wrecking crew rt win
finally put on the track again Monday.
The engine ouly weighed 225,000 lbs.,
and it is uo easy tusk to raise one of
these monsters on the rails
Red Cloud has one of the best bauds
in southern Nebraska. Less than
half the boys belonging to this aggre
gation were at the fair Friday but their
playing was first class and added much
to the pleasure of the day. Uuide Ruck
also has a good. band and made thing
merry the day they were ut the fair.
We are ready to forget most all our
trouble when a good baud Is in action
near bye. Bladen Enterprise.
A church rally will be held at the
Christian church in Inavale, Wednes
day, October 3lbt, embraolng all de
partments of church work as follows:
10:30 a. m., Bible school; 11:16 Church
conference; 2:00 p. m. Bible lecture;
3:30 Bible school; 3:30 C. W. B. M;
7:30 Devotional; 7:45 C. E. conference;
8:30 state missions. Mr. M. E. John
son, L. C Oberlies, M. E. Millar, aud
Mrs. C. S. Wlllard will hold this rally.
Come thou with us and we will do thee
good. An Invitation is extended to all.
Uko. W. Rouii.
The State Bank purchased the Bout
ley Block this week aud has acquired
title to that building. Red Cloud can
now say that all business buildings in
the city ure owned by residents of the
city. There is not ono foreign dollar
represented in this city. This not on
ly ludlcatcs the prosperity of our
municipality but It shows conclusively
that our people have faith in the future
of Red Cloud. We feel that we should
congratulate ourselves ou this condi
tion aud we should now make every
effort to make a bigger, better, greater
Mr. Johu Brush informed us that
horses and mules are sold at Guide
Rock, at prices cheaper than bad beeu
asked by the farmers of the county be
fore the plague made its appearance.
This was an agreeable surprise to John,
who will be compelled to replace sever
al teams lost by htm. A horse dealer
has been shipping in horses and mules
by the car load to supply the lot-be
occasioned by the disease. He expect
ed to sell them largely on time, but he
tells us that the farmers have very
gcuerally paid llim the cash when they
made their purchases. Their bank c
couuts are still good. TuIe Is an agree
able surprise to him and good news
for us all. The farmers were in condi
tion to endure a severe stroke of mis
'I he. recent act of April 10th, 1008
gives to all soldiers' widows a pension
12 per month. Fred Miurer, the at
torney, has all necessary blanks.
Attorney .1. C. tfnylor of Kearney
was In town this week.
Bruee and Hoy Robinson will go to
Denver tonight to visit t datives.
Dr. T. A. Trumble went to Hastings
Tuesday to attend a dental meeting
At the annual business meeting of
the Itrtptlst church this week Rev. W.
F. Colo was engaged for anothor year.
The chut oh showed Its appreciation for
what Rev. Cole has accomplished dur
tug his pnstoratu hero not ouly by re
newing his contract but also by otlug
him a substantial increase In salary.
That Rev. Cole is to remain with us
for u longer period will be appreciated
not only by those who attend church
but also by the city In general for we
have been very much pleased with his
conduct aud this community cannot
ulfonl to lose u real, elllolunt man. He
has proven by his uctlous that he Is in
terested iu the city as a wholeiand he
has found many opportunities for ran
det lug service to all of them ho has
uhtei fully responded.
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