The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, December 05, 1912, Image 5

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Bulletin et Tha Wetk'a Dolnfs
E. T. Herrlek was Id Mine lllll Tues
day. Rev. J. .1. Ilayne Is in Kearney tbls
' W. .1. Scrlvner
was in Hastings
R. A. Wylie of Hastings was In town
Fred Wlttwer weut to Kansas City
this morning.
E. L. Anderson of Hlldreth was in
the city Tuesday
H M. Alexander of Hastings was in
town Wednesday.
Henry Nybeig was a passenger to
Hastings Monday.
Brakeman Tom SeliaeiTer was lown
from .McCook Sunday.
Frank Howo of Hastings was in town
tliis week on business.
51.00 to 82.00 for good narrow stripe
fur. J. O Cai.iiwm.l
Elmer Simons and wife were dowu
from Cowles Wednesday.
Sheriff Hedge was a passenger to
Deuver Monday morning.
Will Holmes left Wednesday for
Falrbury to visit relatives.
R. D. Morltz and family spent
Thanksgiving in Hastings.
R. O. O'Connel of Slloara Springs,
Ark., was in town Monday.
Lee Keith of Holdrege spent Thanks
giving in town with friendl.
Miss Olive Jones spent Thanksgiving
iu Hastings with her parents.
Chas. Bennett and daughter were
down from Cowles Wednesday.
N. S. Bantz spent the latter part of
last week visiting in Saronvllle.
Miss Anna Newman of Chester was
visiting friends in town Tuesday.
J. C. Emnett of Rising City was a
business visitor in town Monday.
Jesse D. Denton of Lebanon, Kas.,
was in town a few days last week.
Buy a Duplex Safety Razor at Cot
ting's for only 3.1 cents, ndv
Paul Pope and wife spent Thanks
giving iu Superior with her parents.
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Croighton wero
passengers to Itlue Hill Wednesday.
Lue Kellogg formerly of this city
died in Arkansas about two weeks ago.
300 Popular Copy-right Books at 50
cents to select from at Cotting's store.
Mrs. T. A .oiKsspent Thanksgiving
nt the home of her daughter nt Alum.
Mrs. C. C. Cox spent Thanksgiving
with her son Chet unci, fanilly lu Cow
les Dr. A. E. Boles spent Thanksgiving
in Hastings. He returned home Mon
day. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Miller spent
'IhaukbgUing in Riverton with rela
tives. L. D. Thompson and wife arc home
from Hebron where they had been vis
iting. B. W. Stewart left for Lincoln Satur
day where he will remain for some
Mrs, Fred Bortfelt and ohildrcu of
Alma are visiting Mrs. T. A. Jones this
RoyGarberand wifa of Lawrenoe
spent Thanksgiving In town with hla
Mr. .and Mrs. Bert Morhartapent the
latter part of laat week visiting in
John Roae and L. F. Schmidt of
Bine Hill ware in town on business
Misses Marcelin Longtln and Lucille
Btroup returned home from Hastings
Lyman Esslg and wife are the proud
parents of a baby girl wbloh was born
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Rlohards of
Butte, Montana are quests of James
Ryan ana wne.
Will Holmes, who has been in Call
fornla for the past two years, returned
home Saturday.
Mrs. B. M. Qrice and son Flave spent
Thanksgiving In Cowles with Mr. Chet
Cox and family.
Roy Tait left Wednesday for Lincoln
and Omaha where he will look after
business affairs.
Miss Rena Herrickstead of Denver,
Colo., was the guest of Miss Dorothy
Potter last week.
Kenneth Williams and wife of
Hebron spent Thanksgiving in town
with his mother.
Mrs. Geo. J. Warren spent Thanks
giving in Blue Hill as the 'guest of J,
F. Grimes and wife.
Road Master Philip Trout of Red
Cloud, visited friends in McCook Sun
day. MoCook Gazett.
Frank Etherton returned to Ksne
saw Tuesday after spending Thanks
giving with his parents. ' ,
Bee J. H. Ballsy for best rates, terms
and option on farm loans. Sole agent
for Trevatt, MjttU 4 Bkr.
75c to $1.50 per bushel
20c to 40c per peck
B. E. McFarland
All the Phone
Webb Ray spent Thanksgiving with
relatives at Lincoln. He returned
home Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs H. E. Abher aud child
ren spent the last of last week visiting
her parents at Campbell. -
M. O. Gorman and family departed
Tuesday for Albion where they will
make their future home.
Noble Ball of Franklin has accepted
a position with the Lincoln Automatic
Telephone Co., at Lincoln.
E. W. Coplen Is home from Cawker
City, lad., where he was called by the
serious illness of his father.
Mrs Kehan of Republican City spent
Tuesday in this city visiting with
Frank Henderson and family.
If you want Ihe best Pocket Kulfe,
Shears or Scissors for your money, get
one at Cotting's Drug Store. adv
Mrs. H. H. Morgan returned home
this morning fiom a short visit at Red
Cloud. Saturday's Superior Journal.
Mrs. J. E. Jarboe, of Red Cloud, was
in town this morning on her way to
Love well. Saturday's Superior Jour
nal Mr.jiud Mrs. Robt. DcWitt went to
Hastings this morning to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Longtln and the new
Miss Laura Owen came up fromRed
Cloud Wednesday uveuing aud is visit
ing home folks. Sutmday's Franklin
News. '
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will meet Saturday at
Let every mumbor be
3 o'clock P. M.
present as there will be election of
o liken.
Mr. and Mr. Frank Ringer have re
turned to their home at Lincoln after
several weeks visiting with Boyd Smith
and wife.
Geo. Griffoth and family have moved
back here from Clay Center, Kas. Mr.
Grlffeth will farm his father's farm
uext year.
Grant Christy, Harry Brown and Ira
Smelser returned home from Culbert
son Monday morning where they had
been working.
A. Kramer of Kenosha, Wis., was in
town the first of the week showing
automobile owners the merits of an In
vention of bis.
Geo. J. Warren returned home Satur
day from Claremore, Okla., where he
had been for three weeks, much bene
fited In health.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ely and little son
spent Thanksgiving in Red Cloud with
Mrs. Ely's mother, Mrs. E. B. 8mith.
McCook Gazette.
The second division of the Aid Soci
ety oi me Baptist onurcn will now a
market and Bazar at Burden's store
Saturday, Dec. 7tb.
Miss Alfa Longtln went to Hastings
last Friday to spend a few days visiting
at the home of her brother, Warren
Longtln and family.
Miss Ethel Osborne of this city and
Mr. Geo. E. -Latta of Cowles were mar
rled in Lincoln last week. The Chief
extends congratulations.
Roy Etherton, a brother of Mrs. L,
C. Hoffman, and his family have moved
to Republican City from Red Cloud.
Republican City Ranger.
Phil Sherwood and Floyd Turnure
returned to Lincoln the first of the
week after spending Thanksgiving in
this city with their parents.
F. J. MoCartney a nephew of Mrs.
James Ryan has returned to his home
at Kansas City, Mo., after spending
several weeks with relatives.
Mrs, D. C. Jenkins aud son Paul
hare returned to their homo at Bea
trice after spending Thanksgiving with
her mother Mrs. A. Cummings.
Mrs. Burke and son Paul returned
to their home at Walnut, Iowa, Mon
day after a short visit with Mrs. Will
Bailey and Miss Kathyrn Burke.
T. C. Hacker Is home from Akion,
Colo., where he was at the bedside of
his daughter Mrs. D. F. Parker, and re
ports her on the road to recovery.
Hadley L,.'?ent, formerly ot Red
Cloud but now of Humbolt, was united
in marriage to Miss Georgia Billings
of Humbolt,' at Falls City last week.
L'hilihen uie
iiomefrom Hastings.
The Misses llosina and Faith Bern-'
hard went down to Red Cloud Saturdtty
morning and spent tliH day with their
fnunt, Mrs. C. E. Cross. Wednesday's
Franklin News.
Miss Norma Schuebel returned to
her home at Omaha Wednesday after
spending several weeks visitlug her
aunt Mrs. Barbara Pharos and uncle
E. 11. Newhouse
Dr. aud Mrs. Crelghton, who left the
latter part of September for an extend
ed visit in eastern cities and New Or
leans have returned home and report a
most enjoyable trip
Wm. Reiher, a well-known farmer
mm muuKiuan ui weusier county, ixe
braska, eiluie In today with a consign
ment of swine Monday's St. Joo Stock
Yards Dally Journal.
WORTH WHIL1J-B8 00 worth of ware
fur nothing is wot th your time to in
vestigate. See our big add ill this
paper. PorK Biiohivrs
The Misses Mm guret Heal and Marie
llollisler aud Jack Cather went to
Hustings Sunday afternoon with Kits-
sel Amack hi his uutw where they took
the tialn for Lincoln.
Mrs. A. W. Koluigrain, Mr. and Mrs.
Urn Uewitt and son went to Hastings
Wednesday to visit Mr. aud Mrs.
Warren Longtln aud also to visit the
new grand daughter and noice.
We have the exclusive sale of two
acres of laud adjoining the City limits
good house, barn, fruit trees, alfalfa,'
city water and electrio lights.
Garukii, Hutchison A Saladkn-
Bernard McNeuy has traded off his
auto, for a brand new one of the latest
model, and Is ready to guarantee his
friends that they will return home
when he takes them for a pleasure
EDUCATION consists in knowing
things KNOW how a range Is made
inside and outside. CALL at our store
December 0 to 14th. Popk Buotiikrh.
Manager Warren of the Tepee show
ed Monday and Tuesday the Siege of
Petersburg aud gave a special matinee
Tuesday for the old soldiers. Mr.
Warreu is endeavoring to please bis
patrons unci pictures of the nature of
the Slego of Petersburg will always
be appreciated.
The many friends of Ed. Garber
gathered at his home during the
Thanks giving holidays and joined him
in devouring a monstrous turkey. So
many were present so it is reported,
that Ed. was compelled to make his
dinner on lino toes and one shank. Be
(creful not to say "turkey foot" to Ed.
or the goblins will get you.
FlaviesH J. Grice Is now known all
over the Burlington system as the man
who buys tickets for one station and
then goes to another. ' He took the
wrong train forOuido Rock the other
day and then insisted that ho intended
to go to Cowles all the time. Conduct
or May Ion admits that Flave is a "game
sport" and can carry a good bluff.
Supt. Bruce Robinson returned to
Clay Center Friday morning after
spending Thanksgiving lu this city
with his parents. When Bruce arrived
at Clay Center no doubt many of his
friends there thought he, must of 'got
into a "flstlstlc" encounter here. But
we know different as he played foot
ball with the Alumni team against the
High school and got bruised up.
From all reports about the Farmer's
Institute at Red Cloud last week we
judge that it was a great success. . The
workers who were present from the
I state university said that the exhibit
of grain, grasses, fruit and vegetables
was the beat they bad seen in the state.
Webster county has many surprises for
our eastern brothers. She is fast forg
ing to the front and will soon be known
as thevery best county in the state.
Bladen Enterprise.
The people who appreciated the ef
forts of Miss Winifred Wood, of Denver
to entertain them during the Farmers'
Institute will be sorry to learn of. her
injuries received in an auto wreck
Tuesday even Ing. She was accompany'
ing Air. Buerwood and wife and Miss
Irene Miner In a drive west of town, in
Mr. Ueorge A mack's car, Mr. Amack
himself acting as driver. During the
ascent of the hill west of Indian creek
one of the wheels gave way, and the
occupants of the car were thrown out
with some violence. Beyond a few
bruises the others who were in the car
sustained no injuries. Miss Wood had
her collar bone broken. This will give
a sober cast to her visit here, but we
trust the pleasure she has given others
will in some degree meet Its due re
waid, uud that her stay among us will
not be an uuhappy part of her life de
spite this unfortunate accident.
Weather SwMury far fevsaasr
Temperature: Maximum 70 deg. on
10th; Minimum 15 deg. on 24th. Great
est daily range CO deg. on loth.
Precipitation: Total for month 0.88
inches. Greatest in 21 hours 0.88 inch
es on I2tb.; number of days with O.l
inch or more 1.
Days clear S3, partly cloudy 4, cloudy"
3, no snow, i- thunderstorm on 12th
Prevailing wind, direction N W 11 days!
Mrs. J A Bradford and
E. A. Creighton,
M. D.
Philosopher's Tip.
"I was riding In the park with the
great Carlyle one morning when his
wideawake blew off. A working man
very civilly ran and picked It up. In
stead of giving the man a pourbolre,
however meager, Carlyle took the re
turned hat with a bow, and said:
"Thank ye, m man; ye can just say
ye've picked up the hat of Thomas
Carlyle." "That Fourth Generation,
by Janet Ross.
We Sell at Right Prices
, Lumber,
Sain, Doors, Blinds,
Hard and Soft Coal,
Cement, Fencing,
Paints, Lime, Plaster,
Sewer Pipe,
Drain Tile,
i Sand and Brick
Saunders Bros
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As usual we have the finest line of Christmas Gifts
in the city consisting of Toilet Sets, Perfumes, Fancy
Calendars, Work Boxes, Manicure Sets, Games, Etc.
Nice Stationery is always a suit
, able Gift. We have a supeib line in
Holiday Packages, also the gold em
bossing initial and address stationery.
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We are showing five kinds of Safety Razors including the Duplex Demon
strating Razor for only 35 cents. Our Pocket Knives, Shears and Scissors
are the "Shur-Edge" brand, fully guaranteed. ....
this is
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And the best picking is
now. Wo have received some
special patterns and models
for the holiday season, and
we want you to sec them.
Browns and Tans
Are the rage and we have
a most . beautiful array of
these popular shades.
Society Brand
. Suits and Overcoats for Men and Young Men
Kuppenheimer Suits and Overcoats, $15 to $30.00
Clothcraft Suits and Overcoats, $10 to $25.00
Society Brand, for Young Men, $20 to... $25.00
It is not too early to think of Christmas presents.
Ours are here. Come and make your selection.
The Co wden Kaley
Clothing Company
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in our stock of Gift Books and Calen
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