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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 24, 1913)
Bulletin of Tht Week's Doings
The BANDIT Is In this vicinity.
Eil Ulllurd of Nanonee wns In town
The Degree of Honor met on Tues
Fresh candy, peanuts and cigars at
81.50 to 32.00 for Rood narrow Htripe
fur J. O. Cai.dwki.l.
Try Sheeley's llarber Shop for the
best iu the tonsorlal line.
Henry Welsh has accepted bis old
position in the Smith shoe store.
Mrs. Waller of Cowles is the guest
of her parents in this city this week.
Jeff Chaplin, county commissioner,
of Cowles, was in the city on Monday.
The C. K. &. Q. round house is being
re-wired ,for electric lighting this
Wilbur Hamilton, wife and children
6pent Sunday with relatives in Guide
The scholars of the fifth grade held
a plonio on Saturday in the Topham
Lyman Essig and Abe Delpb left on
Sunday evening for Denver whre they
Intended buying cattle.
Miss Josephine Essig entertained
the pupils of the Tenth grade at her
home on Friday evening.
Nate Illlngsworth left for eastern
towns the first of the week to attend
to business matters pertaining to stock
Oliver Wright spent a few days the
latter part of the week in Oxford,
where he was attending to business
Robt. Cummings and wife and J. F.
McCartney and wife of Riverton were
in town Monday, coming down in the
C imtnings' automobile.
Lee Keiumerer lett this morning for
Hale, TeNns, where ite, has purchased
a farm and at which place he intends
to make his future home.
A number of gypsies were in town
one day the last of the week, but Mar
shal Christy took due precaution and
they tarried with us but a short spell.
Walt Warren purchased a new soda
fountain during his recent trip to Kan
sas City. He informs us that it is the
best there is and we eHgerly await its
Do you'notice that J. II. Hailey is
making the most of the farm loans?
He is sole agent for Trcvett, Mattis &,
Raker, and is offering the best ratea,
terms and option in the market and
that is the reason. adv.
Harry Cramer who has so ably filled
the position of bead-man in the Tur-
nnre & Son store for a number of
years has resigned his position to ac
cept a place as traveling salesman for
a large eastern dry goods bouse.
Miss EtbeMillion of Smith Center,
Kansas, spent Saturday in this .city as
the guest of Tdesdames C. A. Sebellak
and F. Lt-Smith. Miss Million was en
route tb Springfield, Illinois, where
she intends spending thesummervisit
log with Relatives.
CharleyFox has severed '".be ties
that bind" and is no longer connected
with the oity electric light and power
plant. The young man bas returned
to bis first love, and is now engaged in
learning the art of paint spreading,
under the able direction of bis father.
Fred Arnold, one of lnavale'a most
popular young men and farmers, re
turned borne Tuesday morning from
Kansas City where he chaperoned live
stock and while there he took a ride
on the eieotric street cars and also
naw several "sky scrapers".
Co). E. M. Oard bas returned home
from Lincoln where be bas been hold
ing down a "fat political job" in the
state senate during the recent sessioi
We are pleased to note that the Colonel
was not in the least changed by the
recent short touch of city life, and has
returned home the same as of old.
Elder Jarboe and wife came hone
Monday morning after an absence of
seven weeks during which time they
have been conducting evangelistic ser
vices in various towns in the state.
They left again on Wednesday morn
ing for Omaha whore they will hold a
series of meetings.
Harry Letson, the popular manager
of the Miner Ilros. Co., is confined to
his home with an attack of the meas
les. The Chief extends Its deepest
sympathy, but we cannot refrain from
wondering how one liko Harry, who is
ever alert on securing the best first,
has avoided them this long.
We are pleased to note an Increasing
desire on the part of our readers to se
cire at the first possible moment a
copy of this paper and tome call at
the office and get a copy as it falls
fresh from the press. The reason is we
publish all the news all the time. We
want you to help us make it still bet
ter by notifying us of the death', mar
riage or important transactions in
which any one from, this county, lt$
if y g a B
1A7 E take advantage of
that modern adjunct
so necessary to pleasure and
business nowadays, the tele
phone, when we ask you to
telephoneyour orders. We
will serve you" as welfbr
even better than when you
come yourself, if that be
B. E. McFarland
Mil thm Phonmi
litlY twit SEED POTATtES
Fifty cents per bushel at
cellar. Inquire of Porter
Hale, Rural phone 11 on 19.
A RANDIT has escaped.
Ed Garber was in Guide Rock Tues
The County Commissioners were in
session this week.
When in town get your dinner at
Ed Kellogg and daughter, Miss Jessie,
were in Rluden Tuesday.
A. E Turner spent a few days tho
first of the week in McCook.
Rev. E. X. Tompkins went to Edgar
Monday to preach a funeral service.
Lloyd nntt Guv llnidbqok arrived
home the first of the week from Texas
Senator Geo. W. Hummel retumeii
home from Lincoln the, last of the
week. ' '
O. P. Rushie of liloomington spent a
day or two iu the city the last of the
Will Robertson was in Superior the
first of the weak visiting his daughter
Mrs Roy Fcarn.
Mrs. Deardorf Is enjoying a visit
with her father, Mr. Davis, of North
Branch this week.
Mr. E. T. Thompson of Jewell Junct
ion, Iowa, spent a few days in the city
the last of the week.
Special attention given to diseases
of eye and ear. Glasses accurately
fitted. Dr. Stockman, Red Cloud, Nebr
Curt Evans and wife have for their
guest this week, tbeir daughter, Mrs.
Warren Thomas, of Bird City, Kansas.
If you have a picture you want en
larged bring it to us. We want to
please you Give us a obance.
I have the best rate in the county on
farm loans. See me and be convinced.
My motto prompt service.
A. T. Walk kr.
8ee Miss Grace Dedrick for your
Trimmed Hats, also a line of Misses
and Children Hats. Remodeling
done. Satisfaction guaranteed.
S. B. Kizer and wife have returned
home from Lincoln. Mr. Kizer waa
employed in the house of representa
tives during the session just ended.
George Baker, a former resident of
this vaclnity but now of California ar
rived in the city the last of the week
for a visit with his daughter Mrs. Alf.
Harry Buckles of the firm of Buckles
& Wbltaker, spent a few days the first
of the week seeing the sights of Hast
ings and also attending a wedding
Dr. Warrick, The Specialist, will
meet eye, ear, nose and throat patients
and those needing glasses fitted at Dr.
Damnrell's olllce in Red Cloud, Tues
day, April 29th.
An electric light fixture in the win
dow of the Paul Storey Clothing store
fell on Sunday morning striking the
large plate glass window in such a
way as to break it.
Miss Jessie Kellogg entertained the
P. E. O's on Friday evening at her
home. About 40 guests were present
all of whom report having spent an en
Last Friday the Red Cloud High
school base ball team went up to
Franklin and crossed bats with the
team of that place. Our boys won the
game by a score of 12 to 9, '
Life sentence for the BANDIT if
Ice cream and soft drinks served at
Glen Walker was iu Lincoln Satur
day transacting business.
E. R. Slnwson has returned home
from a short stay In Lincoln
Mrs. G. E. Brown of Riverton spent
several days In town this week.
"The Devil" was presented Ht the
opera house on Monday evening.
F. G. Tuniure spent a few days this
week iu Chester attending to business
Itev. Itose and family Mill leave this
week for Oueda, where he has accept
ed u call.
J. A. Miller had for his uuests a few
days this week X. R. Morrill and two
daughteis of Riverton.
W. B. .Saunders and Lloyd Brad,
brook left for the east Wednesday
morning on a business trip.
A fine rain fell in this section of the
country Tuesday night and Wednes
day which will help everything.
Mrs. D. C. Jenkins of Beatrice ar
rived the first of the week to attend
the funeral of her mother, Mrs. A.
The family of F W. Cowden bad for.
their guests this week the Misses
Catherine and Josephine Uaydcn of
The Eastern Star lodge will bold
their election of officers Monday night,
April 28. All members arc requested
to be present.
Tho ladies of the Congregational
church will hold their market on
Saturday, April 2ctb. at P. A. Wull
Mrs. L. E. Tait Is spending the week
in Lincoln with her husband who is
now engaged in the automobile bus!-'
(less at that place.
William Aitkinsof Chicago a brother
of Mrs. R. F. Raines, arrived in the
city the first of the week to nttend the
funeral of Dr. R. F. Raines.
Dan (iarber is home from Kansas
City anil other eastern cities, where ho
has been for the past two weeks at
tending' to business matters.
Jesse Johnson of Franklin was iu
town Tuesday evening between trains.
He had been up today Center and wus
on his way back to Franklin.
Mrs. Moreheud after n visit with her
brother, Mr. Hummel, who resides
west of town, returned the first of the
week to her home in lllalr, Nebraska.
Miss Huzcl Lippencott has been
elected as a delegate by the .Degree of
Honor to attend the district meeting
which is to be held at Belvidere, May
6 and 7th.
Some provision should be made to
keep the street lights burning on a
night like last night. Anyone who
bad occassion to be out fouud it was
extremely bard to find the sidewalk.
If ever we need lights surely it is on
nights like that one.
The pastor of the Congregational
church will give an illustrated lecture
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. Subjeot,
'The Thrilling Experiences of One of
the World's Greatest Hero's." The
leoture will be illustrated by many
beautifully colored views. 8ubject
'for the morning, "The Snpreraacy of
Man." Special music at both services.
The Chief office this week completed
new telephone directory for the
Farmers' Independent Telephone Co.,
and if you have not already secured
one, you may do so by calling at tbe
office of the secretary, O. O. Teel. A
large number of new names were
added to the list this time, and this
company is also growing along with
the rest of the city.
Geo. Holt autocd to Red Cloud Thm.
Hcnry llrubuker aud wife were in
Red Cloud Tuesday.
J. R Morse was in Red Cloud Frlilav
attending to some business.
E. T. Vance shipped ills drivimt
horse to Kansas Citv Monday.
Mrs. Chas. Francis was a Hastings
vUitor Monday between trains.
Mr S. Deaktn loft for Omaha Satur
day for an extended visit with Ills son
Jud White and wife attended the
f unci nl of Dr. Raines at Red Cioml
Mr. .tones of Inavule was on our
streets Monday and Tuesday writing
Morgan Davis and wife were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Denuov the first
of the week.
Geo. Overlng was iu Cowles Monday.
He was locating some section corners
east of town
E. K. Conrad was down from Blue
Hill 8unday visiting his daughter,
There was a social surprise on Mrs.
II. Motter Wednesday by the elderly
ladies of the village.
R. B. Thompson, A. J. Guy.R. Dolp
bit and Jas Greenhalgh were Red
Cloud visitors Monday.
Henry Keeney shipped two cars of
cattle to St. Joe Wednesday. Henry
accompanied the shipment.
Mrs. Costello, Mrs. O. C. Bennett
and Mr. and Mrs. Chas Bennett were
Red Cloud visitors Friday.
Kalian Sprenkle has a general sale
the '29th of this month. Ho conlem
plates retiring from the farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Mr,
and Mrs. Bud Sweedeu wero transact
ing busicess in Blue Hill Monday.
Mrs. E. L. Faucett left for Exeter,
Nebraska, Saturday for a short visit
with her parents. She returned home
There was a gang of Lincoln Tele
phone men here last week taking oir
the wires of their lines east of town.
They have their connection made in
from the west now.
The Village board expects to huve
a financial statement printed iu the
county papers next week. They be
HoveMn letting the people know just
what we are doing and how we stand
Walt Sox was on our streets Friday
and Saturday making a cavity with
dynamite for transplanting trees. He
claims they will grow much better
where; the ground is loosened up by
F. A. Good has erected a silo ou Ills
lots to use as a sample. The silo is
certainly a great saving of feed aud as
hay is becoming higher every year
there' will be certainly a great number
erected" this year.
The undersigned desire to exnress
their sincere thanks to all those who
so kindly assisted us with help and
words of cheer during the illness and
death of our mother Mrs. A. Cum
mings, also to those who sent flowers:
and especially thank the Red Cloud
band tor their consideration in mov
ing their band room so their rehearsa's
would not annoy the invalid. We as
sure you all or our fullest appreciation
of your kindness.
Mrs. I). C. Jenkins
Qlve right Thoughts a Chanoe.
Just try, by taking a few minutes a
day if you cannot take more to live
upon tho heights, to elve hmi tn h.
noble and beautiful thing within you
wniqn ib me real you, which wants to
grow and develop. Give It a chanoe.
Dwell with Infinite things for a lit
tle whllo every 24 hours. And "soon
the careB that Infest the day will fold
their tents liko Arabs and iioniv
steal away," and lifo will become very
navvy, very Deauurui. Try It. Bar
bara Boyd In Chicago Post
"And now," continued the nrofossor
of history, "permit me to mention a
tireless worker In the great cause of
humanity" "Attireless worker?"
Interrupted one of the seniors, "oar-
don me, professor, but If you are re
ferring to Lady Qodlva, she waa at
tired In ber luxuriant hair."
Thirty or forty years ago, so the old
timers aronnd Cowles say, it was no
unusual sight to see a large flock of
Peliris flying over the country, but
as tfca. country became populated the
birds began to diminish nntil today
it is a,rare sight to see even a small
number and In fact many of tbe
younger inhabitants have never bad
tbe pleasure of seeing one of the birds
Lest Thursday tbe old time memory
was renewed when a flock of five hun
dred or more of these white beauties
passed; over tbe eastern part of tbe
city... un account of tbe strong wind
tbey were flying extremely low, and
the temptation for some of our boys to
shootjSome big game was too great
resist." They at once armed them
selves and with motorcycles and auto
mobiles and got busy to give a hot
NIckThomas and Wm. Payne, wl o
were in possession of a Ford car. took
the lead. They caught up with the
swiftly flying birds after a chase of
about six miles, aud proceeded to
pump 22 caliber balls into tbe flock at
close range. Niok was in luck, one of
the birds falling at his mercv. It was
a fine specimen weighing about eigh
teen pounds. He had the bird, but
what could he do with it there being
no taxidermist iu town. He soon de
cided that there was nothing to do
only to get busy on the job himself,
una as a result the Pelican is now on
exhibition at the restaurant. We
must sap that Nick did a fine piece i f
wont anil one would think it was the
work of an experienced taxIdurmUt
Nick sayi, that he will bet there w. e
more wire used in this job than ever
used in a job of this kind before, but
he will know better how next tlmo.
so when you have uny work of this
kind bring it ulong.
Iu thffr nnilvo land Chinese have
thrlr own peculiar way of advertising.
The biscuits bear tho Imprint of the
baker, and ducks bought in tbe Celes
tial marketB frequently show on their
backs a big red stamp bearing tbe
uame ef jUus seller.
in Men's and Young Men's
Clothes Every Day
To kejp our stock right up to the minute always, we act
in new things new ideas every day. So that this
store is especially valuable to
the man who always wants the
new things while they arc new.
Kuppcnheimer Clothcraf t and
Society brand Clothes for Men
and Young men
Boys' Knickubockc Suits in
3 to $8
Mothers Dress your boys in
new K. & E. Waists.
Spring Hmtm mnd
RED CLOUD'S FOREMOST CLOTHIERS
Silks : Embroideries
To be in style this year it is essential that you have
I" a dress made of one of the above named goods.
' That our silks have merit is, shown by repeated sales
to the same customers. Our dollar grade of
Messallne, Charmense Brocade
. is without doubt the best on the market at that price.
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The line is complete, the quality is the best We
have 45-in Flouncings at ,r
$1.25 to $3.28 Per Yard
' ,iYou cant be well .dressed unless you have a fine
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