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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1913)
Bulletin of The Week's Doings
John Rose of Blue Hill wns in town
Miss Dora McCartney went to Guide
L,ee DeTour of Guide Knelt .was in
the city Monday.
Fred Klatte of Hosemotit was lit tend
ing court this week.
Weesner t Koont. shipped two cars
of stock to Khush.s City Sunday.
lohn Garber, deputy county clerk,
whs k passenger to Hebron Monday.
Fred Temple, who is. connected with
the Ragland Commission Compauy of
Kansas City, was in the city Mpnday
Uev. Cole on Sunday united in mar
riage Geo. Sheldon and Miss Bertha
Jteauehuritp. To the couple the Chief
E. V. Audeison, who recently pur
chnsed the J. K. Chuney residence
property in tills city, lias moved his
family here from the farm southwest
Miss Fern Avcrlll of Pes Moines,
Iowa, an expert trimmer, arrived in
the city the last of the wcel and hns
accepted n position In the Miss Grace
Dedrick millinery parlor.
John L. Christian shipped four ears
or stock to Kansas City on Sunday.
John chaperoned the shipment and
spent a few days at that place looking
after business matters and seeing the
1 you notice that J. H. Bailey Is
making the most of the farm loans?
lie is sole agent forTievett, Mattls k
H.iker, and Is offering the best rates,
toi ms and option In the market and
that is the reason. adv.
Sylvester Long, who was to have
lectured here on Saturday night, and
ly so dolus filling the Fi(th Number
of the Lecture Course, was unable to
i each here owing to the heavy storms
or Fi Iday and Saturday.
N. It. .Simpson was treatel to a sur
piisc dinner on last Saturday the
occasston being his 71st birthday. The
dinner was prepared by his wife and
family, the W. K. C and (5. A. U. and
was a feast lit for a king.
Andy Hart has returned from
Omaha where lie attended the auto
mobile show. Andy was a guest at
the Dewey hotel the night it burned
but escaped uninjured, due" probably
to his long experience with asbestos,
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Ramey's daugh
ter, Mrs. Whitney v died at her home
In Cotesfleld, Nebraska, lant Saturday.
She was an esteemable young woman,
and to the husband and parents who
ai e left to mourn her loss, the sym
pnthy of the entire community is ex
tended. Governor Morhead has appointed our
,. O. Butler, at present county assessor
of Webster county, and chief of the
Ued Cloud fire department, to the
position of deputy Ore warden. The
appointment is a good pne and .T. O.
will no doubt bear the honor with his
Harry Huffer. and wife, (nee Miss
Ktta Ferguson of Napouee,) spent Inst
week in Clay Center. We overlooked
the Item of Harry embarking on the
matrimonial ser, which fact occurred
on Sunday February,23ud. The newly
weds have begun housekeeping on the
Crablll farm, northwest of town.
Be patient, dear reader, It has only
been tvih short days since the man
agement of this government was glveu
over to the Democratic President,
Woodrow 'Wilson. You cau hardly
expect a change, (whereby you shall
U-come the. proud possessor of more
change) so soou, but we are eoutldent
that It Is only a question of time.
Mr. and Mrs. John Burgess return
ed Monday from David City, where
they had been for some time past to
be with their daughter, Mrs. Earl
Danker, who resides at that place, and
who had been seriously 111 undergoing
an oneration. They report her getting
along as well as could be expected,
and that she was able to return to her
home on Sunday.
Will "U." C. Crfcder, who for the
post three years has conducted an up
to-date tailoring establishment in this
city, this weok sold out to R. G. -Hass-Inger,
of Hastings, who comes reeom;
meuded as an A No. 1 workmen In his
chosen line. To the new proprietor
The Chief extends the glad hand, and
while we have not learned of Mr.
Crieder's future plans, we .trust that
he will remain among us, so that we
may forever C. Crieder.
The pupils of Miss Josephine Igou,
the accomplished musical Instructor,
will give a recital at the home of Mr.
und Mrs. h II, Blackledge on Friday
evening of this week. There are seven
teen numbers on the program and the
recital will no doubt bo a rare treat to
those who tread in the musical circles,
and the fact that it is given by Miss
Igou, is proof 8uulcieit of It being
of high order.
Are not very good this time of
the year. I sort all of mine
over befoie I send them out.
Nebraska Early Ohios
75c Per Bushel
Red River Ohios, genuine
$1.00 Per Bushel
I have just added to my stock
of Groceries Loose Wiles Sun
shine Ul'-cuits. I carry a full
line of the English Baked
Goods. The finest in the world.
B. E. McFarland
AH the Phones
Mrs. Frank Eldredgo and children
of LaSalle, Colo., are in the city this
week visiting her mother, Mrs. J. A.
Tulleys, and brother, Allen Tulleys
Don't fail to attend Burden's Millin
ery Opening on Saturday, March 8th.
Bet.'s orchestra will furnish music
from 3 p. m. to 4 p m. and from 8 p
m to 0 p. m.
John Coon and Guy Dames shipped
.' ears of cattle to St. Joe Wednesday.,
They accompanied the shipment.
Homer Baker ind family will leave
tomoriow for Uepublicau City where
they will make their future home.
The llillman Ideal Stock Company
will be at the opera house March 17-18
10th. Don't forget the date. Prices
same as usual.
Charles Scott aud wife who reside
uorth of town, are the proud parents
of a baby girl under the vintage of
Suuday, March 2nd.
Glen Walker, the popular manager
of the Red Cloud Auto Compauy, has
returned from Omaha where he attend
ed the automobile show.
Mrs. Geo. W. Lindsey, who has been
seriously ill for some time in the
sanitarium at Hastings, has returned
to her home in this place.
Glen Ralph, a Red Cloud boy, who
for the past year has been completing
the course in the art of printing on the
Benkelman Chronicle, arrived Tues
day morning for a few days visit with
the home folks, north east' of town.
Judging from the fact that this is only
the young man's second visit to the old
home sluce he left, and the far away
look in his eyes, we are inclined to
believe the rumor, "there is a girl iu
Wednesday morning Judge Oungan
ordered the matting, (which has for
years adorned the aisles of the court
room, aud which long ago served its
purpose.) to be taken from the room,
nuci forever left out, condemning it as
a menance to health. The Judge spoke
in a touching manner of the necessity
of the court having to hold forth in
such a building. We trust that uext
time he may condem the walls, and
order them removed, which tat would
probably make the necessity of a new
cotirt house conspiclous enough to be
seen by all.
We undei stand that Editor Hale re
fused point blauk to till one of the
pulpits Sunday evening. What a
shame Bro. Hale, you missed the op
portunity of your life. It would have
been a great ad for you. Cotn-Ad.
We acknowledge receiving the in
vitation, but it coming at such a time,
iu sucli n way, and at such a place,
caused us to become a little suspicious,
hence we decliued. The minister in
question had already announced his
subject, for this particular evening
through the columns of this great
advertising medium, and the large
congregation which had already as
sembled, had came expecting to hear
the sermon as announced. Even
though we had accepted, we would
have did so at the risk of the congre
gation getting our subject confused
with the one pieviously announced;
we were not glveu sutllclent time thus
allowing us the opportunity to give
the matter due publicity, which fact,
no doubt, would cause some hard
feelings by the hundreds who were
not present, aud try as hard as we
ma, euiiuot help but wonder if the
said iuvitation was only given because
of the fact that this said minister had
arrived ai the conclusion he had an
nounced a subject a trifle "heavy." '
Rev. Jarboe and wife will leave Sat-
unlay for Juniata to conduct meeting
The Marclv term of district court
convened on Monday, with District
Judge Harry S. Dungan, in the big
chair. Court Reporter Geo. Balrd was
also on hand.
Miss Virginia Talt enjoyed a birth
day surprise party which was held at
her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. J. L.
Christian Saturday. It being her
Tuck Aniack went to Oxford Mon
day night to see his brother, Charley,
who has been ill at that place for some
time, and who Is reported as not being
so well at this writing.
Burden's Millinery Opening Satur
day, March 8th. New and attractive
Ideas iu spring styles. Betz's orches
tra will furnish music from ,'l p.'m. to
4 p. in. and from 8 p. nt to 0 p. in.
Mrs. Noah McDowell and Mr. and
Mrs. J. II. Robinson were called to
Stella, Nebr., Friday morning by the
seiious illness of Mrs. Mary Jones
Mrs. Jones is the mother of Mrs. Mc
Dowell aud Sam Jones and a sister of
John Yost, whose nnine has ever
been linked with link sausage and
tender meat, is this week fixing to in
stalling a new ice chest, new counters
aud a new rendering tank. John runs
a first-class market aud this new
equipment' will greatly add to the con
venience of both proprietor and !
Rev. Tompkins' Sunday school class
entertained Mrs. Wullbraudt's and
Mrs. Cox's class Tuesday evening In
the M. E. church parlors. Amusements
consisting of games and guessing con
tests were played. An oyster supper
was served to which all present did
justice too. All present reported an
Paul Storey, the clothier, is this week
having the interior of bis store re
modeled. He is having a large balcony
built in the rear of the room, on the
north side, which will give quite an
additional amount of floor space. Here
tofore he has been required to use a
room up-stalrs as a store room, which,
under the new arrangement will be
done away with. New glass eases, with
sliding doors are to be installed, in
which to hang suits, thus keeping them
free from dust, raid at the same time
greatly, adding to the convenience of
showing them. Paul is ever on the
alert to keep in the front ranks, and
these new improvements will make this
popular gents' furnishing establihh
ment equal to any to be found iu a
much larger city.
Mrs. N. Longttn aud Mrs. John
l'oluicky spent Saturday in Hastings
Call Rudd this week went back to!
tin simple life, moving out to his farm
south of I ua vale.
Bandmaster Morris aud wife of
Franklin, were visiting Bankmaster
BcUand wife Suuday.
Young marrhul man wants work on
farm. Address W. W. Multohcrts, Red
Cloud. Phone Red 135.
J. A. McArthur shipped a ear load of
cattle to Kansas City Wednesday. He
accompanied the shipment.
Mr. and Mrs. Isom enjoyed a visit
with their daughter, Mis. Mathews, of
Daktu, Nebraska, last week.
Mrs. John Weesner returned from
Superior Tuesday evening wheru she
hud been visiting lW pareutH.
Jim Peterson and son Frank have
returned fioin Omaha, where they
attended the autumobile show.
Fred Barber aud family loaded their
pei'Minul belongings to day aud will
leave tomorrow for Republican City
where they 'will make .their fuiuio
Was in Session
Annie Turner vs Finnic Hessmaii.
Sale continued. Degree, of distubut
Gus li. Gustafson vs John Euckson.
Settled aud dismissed.
J. E. Dalley vs White Hardware Co.
Coutinued for leiiu.
Reeves and Co. vs John Harter.
Defendant Harter given 'JO days to
Chas. S.olmstead vs E. U Overman.
Defendant given leave to file Demurrer.
Oscar R. Bovce vs Peter Hansen.
Defendant given leave to answer In
stauter. Ida Sack vs Wilhelma Jacobet..
Gerhard Mounich vs Mary Springer
I'lalntlir flics costs bond.
First National Bank of Blue Hill,
Nebr. vs L. I). Rose.
Judgment for plaintiff for $.10 is
Win. Crazier vs Rob't Gnrrisou.
August Fathke vs Katharina Fatlike.
Decree of Divorce for plaintiff.
Marcus McConkey vs Joanna Talt ot
Tltlo quieted iu plaintiff.
We Are Showing:
i Sprinq W
Men's and Young Men's
Suits -:- Hats -:- Shoes
A GOOD SUPPLY OF
B. Kuppenheimer & Co.
Are already in, enough to give you a splendid idea of whals
what for correct dressers. We will be glad to show you
whether you buy or not.
? Clothing Company
L FIRST DOOR NORTH OF POST OFFICE
North and Robinson vs S. i'earl
Judgment for plaintiffs 1301.
K. B. Uurr vs Rob't Garrison et al.
Judgment for plaintiff for 11078.
Chas. Goll vs Uuknown heirs of C. 11.
Decree of foreclosure and order of sale.
Win. II. Tabor vs Grace Tabor.
March .'1, HUH. Default of defendant
entered, Dismissed without prejudice
at plaintiff's costs.
Otho Owens vh Rob't Mitchell.
Mai eh .'1, 11)13. Plaintiff given M daya
to give security for costs.
Christian II. Rolling vs E, M. Waufllc
Detnuner of Village of Bladen sus
tained. Lorn A. Whitaker vs Ethel Ellen'
Whlttaker Partition. CoraEldredgc
and Lorn Whlttaker made parties.
Mary C. Wilson va John C Wlh-oti.
Divorce. Suit money und attorney's
fees allowed Case continued.
Henry Cook vs Leroy B. Talt.
Judgment for plaintiff for fSsft.
, Rresley Piano Co. vh Albright llros.
Judgment for plaintiff as prayed for.
We wish to announce the arrival of our spring stock of
Ladies' Coats and Suits
And also invite all ladies who are in anyway .inter
ested to call and see them. These garments were
bought direct from one of the largest manufacturers
in Cleveland. Ohio, which is recognized as headquart
ers for the correct things in Ladies' Coats and Suits.
These goods are beautifully tailored, perfect in
fit. and absolutely correct as to style and the prices
- Easter Comes Early This Year
And we advise you to make your selections early.
We are going to make
Ready -to-Wear Garments
One of the strongest departments of our store and aim to carry about everything there is to be had in Ladies'
Misses' and Children's Wear. In all of the different lines of goods mentioned below, we have fresh, new stocks:
Misses' Embroidered Dresses
Misses' Wool Dresses
. Misses' Skirts
Misses Wash Dresses
Wool Skirts Silk Dresses
White Embroidered Dresses
Linen Dresses Kimonas
Dressing Sax Petticoats
Princess Slips Raincoats
Also Shirt Waists of all kinds from 75c to
Wool Dresses Coats
White Embroidered Dresses
Colored Wash Dresses
All kinds of Infants Rompers
and boys 2 to 6 year old 2-piece
Give this department a look
when you visit our store.
We Will Be Glad To Show You Whether You Care To Purchase Or Not
Weesner, Perry & Company
Red Cloud, Nebraska
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