The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, May 15, 1913, Image 7

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Chief Auto Contest
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Wednesday, May 21
Double Votes Issued For One Day !
y Grand Prize
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Voting Schedule and Subscription Rate
The following voting schedule and subscription rate
will hold good during the remainder of the Contest:
Chief one year $1.50, (new subscription) counts 1000 votes.
Chief one year ,$1,50. (old subscription) counts 700 -votes.
Nebraska Farmer to January 1 1915, $1.00 counts 1000 votes.
Chief (new jsubscription) ' one year and the Nebraska
Farmer until; January 1, 1915, for $2.00, counts 2000 votes.
Chief (renewa.1 subscription) one 'year and Nebraska
Farmer until January 1. 1915. $2.00, counts 1700 votes.
Five years subscription to the two papers, $10.00, counts
3000 extra votes.
Contestants should work for the combination subscriptions.
For one day only, Wednesday, Nay
1st, all subscriptions received at
The Chief office will count for double
the regular number of votes. The
subscriptions, and cash to pay for
them, must be received on the
above date.
Standing of The Contestants
The votes cast are counted on Wednesday of each
week. The count this week shows the following result:
Gertie Cartwright , 106,325
Miss Gertrude Coon 103,875
Miss Maude Hayes 97,400
ElenorGilhamr 89,450
Miss Rose McGuire 66,000
Mrs.L. H. Matkins 30,100
Red Cloud, --sgB--- Nebraska
Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Corner desire
to express their gratitude to Miss
Ethel Garber, tho teaoher, together
with the pupils ot the class, for the
flowers and many acts of kindness
shown daring tho recent Illness of
their daughter, Naomi.
Bed Cloud High School played the
Ouldo Rock High Bohocl on the lat
ler's grounds on Wednesday afternoon
and our boys proved a little too fast
for the Guide Rock team, the tlnai
scare being 2 to 1. The game was au
interesting one from start tonnisu,
Remember the ball gamu tomorrow.
It will be a good one.
The llaptist Associational Meeting
which was held here Wednesday in the
Baptist church was a grand success
Full particulars will be given next
On Monday afternoon the tire de
partment was called to the residence
of Grant Turner who lives In the first
ward, A leaky gpsolino stove cuuscd
the tire. The lire department and the
neighl ors got the , furniture out and
put out the fire without much damage.
Bulletin of The Week's Dolnfa
v-vwes 69 69 69S3
The wedding bolls will soon be ring.
M. V. Carter was in Superior yes
terday on business.
Fresh candy, peanuts and cigars at
Warren's Hestauiant.
Fritz Moede returned to his home at
Blue Hill Wednesday morning.
The Equity term of district court
will convene In this city next Monday.
The best short orders iu town are
served at the Puritan Cafe. Try them.
O. Finney of McCook spent a few
days iu the city the latter part of the
Ice cream, soft drinks and confect
ionery always ou hand at the Puritan
Cafe. adv.
Orin Hedge and family who live near
Inavale were visiting his mother Sun
day evening.
Cotting, the Druggist, is showing
some beautiful books for Commence
ment presents, adv.
Several of our high school athletes
will go to Superior Friday to take part
in the track meet.
Flave Qrice, who has been sick for
the passed week with the measles, is
some better at this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Fruit arc re
joicing over the arrival of a baby boy
who came the latter part of last week.
T. J. Diamond returned the last of
the week from Edgar, where he spent
several days attending to business affairs.
Mrs. Ed McAlister and two youngest
children departed Wednesday for
Akron, Colo., to visit her mother, Mrs.
Sansom, for a few weeks.
Nelson M. Hayes and wife are en
joying a visit with their daughter,
.Mrs. Elsie Hallowcll, and two children,
who now reside In Paris, Texas.
Edmond Burke, of Walnut, Iowa,
who has been visiting bis sisters, Mrs.
W. 11. Bailey and Miss Kathryne Burke,
departed for home this morning.
The Rlvei ton High school ball team
and our High school team will cross
bats here tomorrow ufteruoon at the
Koontz Field. Go out to the game.
The W. C. T. U., will meet Wednes
day afteruoou, May 21, at 2:30, at the
home of Mrs. D. H. Larrick. Refresh
ments will be served, A cordial wel
come to all. r
Joe Foglo arrived home tho first of
the week from Excelsior Springs,
where hewentin company with Sheriff
Hedge. lie reports that Oliver is im
proving. The Degree of Honor will meet next
Tuesday evening. Every member l
requested to be present as the report
of the convention at Belvidere will be
given by the delegate.
farm Loaria-I have a limited a
mount of private money to place in first
mortgage farm securities, short or
long time, at lowest rates with optional
payments. Write or phoce. Daniel
Gabbek, Riverton, Nebraska.
A new map of Webster county was
being distributed the latter part of
last week and can now be found on
sale at The H. B. Griee Drug Co. store,
Parks & Ryan of this city and of John
Rose, Blue Hill and Ziegler & Thomp
son of Guide Rook. The map was
gotten out by J. R. and R. P. Ice of
St Joe, Mo., and Is a very creditable
'In the Heart of Africa' will be the
subject of an illustrated lecture given
Sunday evening at the Congregational
cbnrcb. The lecture will be illustrat
ed by 70 beautifully colored slides
made from photographs which were
taken amid the scenes and peoples of
Africa. 'I go Fishing', or 'The 8econd
Fishing experience', will be the sub
ject Sunday morning.
Work Is already begun on the exten
sion of the Burlington depot. When
completed this building will be large
and comodious and will meet our needs
for some time to come. While this
city would have been pleased to see a
brick depot here it will appreciate the
change. The modern conveniences
that will be installed' will make this
depot firstclass in every respect an the
inside. It will meet all requirements
and the patrons of the road will wel
come the change.
Now that we have a permanent
band stand erected on the school
grounds we believe that it should be
used as of ten as possible. This is an
excellent location, plenty of room for
every oue. The concerts given iu the
evening arc much appreciated. It has
been suggested that the band be asked
to conduct a sacred concert on Sunday
afternoons uud we believe the idea Is
a good one. Prof, Bet, is most court
eous and willing at all times to please
the people orf Red Cloud and we be
lieve that he would gladly arrange a
progiamof this character if ho were
asked, With the baud and orchestra
a concert could be given that would be
us good as any that we have at the
cbautauqua. By all means let us have
these concerts.
John Hamilton jr., of Guide Koch
was In town Saturday.
Herb Ludlow returned home from
Lincoln Saturday evening.
For your Ice eieain and soft drinks
go to the Bon Ton Bakery. adv.
Chas. Swart, went to Alma Sundnj
night where his father Is very Melt.
The best Miort enders In town are
served at the Puritan Cafe. Try them.
Mrs. E. L. James mother of F. G.
aud D. W. Turuure, is on the sick list.
60 Acres of Good Pasture for nut
Inquire ofW. C. Rvi'mid 15. F.I). No
Our 25c dinners are unexcelled. Try
them at the Puritan Cafe. II. Ludlow,
proprietor. adv.
Miss Katie Kralick who has been
suffering with appendicitis Is able to
be about agHln.
J. F. Grimes of Blue Hill is in the
city this week visiting his son Ned
Grimes and family.
Mrs. Martin Pofus and baby was
visiting her mother near Guide Uock
the first of the week.
II. C Wilson of Hastings spent a
few days in tho city the last of the
week visiting friends.
Hcury Welsch and wife moved into
the Bargman property iu the northeast
part of town Monday.
Special attention given to diseases
of eye and ear. Glasses accurately
fitted. Dr. Stockman, Red Cloud, Nebr
Frank Abel the popular grocery clerk
and "prune juggler" In Miner Bros. Co.
store is ou the sick list with tho meas
les. Chas. Moede came down from Blue
Hill Saturday evening aud started to
work for Starke Bros., Monday morn
We will take a few horses to pasture.
For further particulars inquire of M.
II. Hunsicker oue mile north of State
Bank. adv.
Miss Mabel Howard, who lias been
visltiug iu Cleveland, Ohio and other
eastern points for some time, has re
turned to this city,
Mrs. J. W. Warren returned the
latter part of the week from ditrerctit
Pacific coast points where she has
spent the pnst year.
Lew Smith of Guide Uock was ad
judged insane Saturday and was taken
to the Ingleside hospital by Deputy
Sheriff Fred Hedge.
Carl McArthur returned home the
last of the week from Dcs Moines,
Iowa where he has been attending
Highland Park College.
Henry Gilham, Paul Storey, J. B
Stanser and J. H. Hanson went to
Hastings Tuesday morning to attend
the A. O. U. W., Grand lodge.
I have the best rate iu the county on
farm loans. See me and be convinced.
My motto prompt service.
A. T. WA1.KKR.
Mrs. C. E.Taylor of Graham, Mo., is
in the city visiting F. G. and I). W.
Turnure and families and is also in at
tendance athe bedside of her mother,
Mrs Jame7i.,
Dr. Robert P. Hoxsey of Longmont,
Colorado, arrived in Red Cloud the
latter part of the week and looked the
field over here with a view of locating.
On Friday he purchased the equip
ment and practice of the late Dr. R.F
Raines, and left on Saturday for Long
mont to move bis family and personal
belongings to this place. Dr. Hoxsey
comes highly recommended in bis chos
en profession, is a man of pleasing ap
pearance apd,we are pleased to know
he has decjded to locate among us.
Something New g
in Men's and Young Men's $
Clothes Every Day
To keep our stock right up to the minute always, we tfet
in new things new ideas every day. So that this
store is especially valuable to
the man who always wants the
new thing's while they arc new.
Kuppenheimcr Clothcraft and
Society brand Clothes for Men
and Young men
A Bride's
yjf ILL depend upon her
ability to market suc
cessfully. We help the bride
as we do all of our customers
by the right price ' on the
right goods. There is safety
in trading with us.
B. E. McFarland
All thm hon
no to 30
Boys Knickubockc Suits in
$3 to 8
Mothers Dress your boys in (
new K. & E. Waists. C
9e) the New
Spring Hmt end
Furniture Store
Licensed Undertaker in Nebraska and Kansas
w emmmmm wm
Try "Tholma" the new perfume, adv
Do you notice that J. II. Bailey is
making the most of the farm loans?
lie is sole agent for Trevett, Mattls Sl
liaker, and is offering the best rates,
terms and option in the market and
that is the reason, i adv.
Springer's bakery, confectionery and
lunch room is now located In the Pot
ter bnildlnir nnnoslte Cottins's druff
store. We wish for a hearty co-opera
tion In business and solioit a share of
the trade of the public V. E. Spring
er, adv.
til Ettat f ratTcra.
For the week endiug May llUb, 1013.
Compiled by M. W. Carter, Bonded Ab
stracter, Red Cloud, Nebr.
R. L. Avery and wife to Frank
. E. Maydew, wd, sw 18-2-12.. 110,500
John B. Stanser and wife to John
Malcom, wd, lots 11, 12, Blk.
10, Rail Road Add Red Cloud.. 1G00
Lincoln Laud Co., to Clarence
Reed, wd, lots 2 to 0, Hlk. 7,
Rail Road Add to Red Cloud... fiO
J. W. Auld and wife to James
Keagle, wd, sei 22-1-11 6000
James K. Clianey aud wife to E.
W. Anderson, wd, lots 1, 2,3,
IJlk. 2, Smith &. Moore's Add
Red Cloud IsoO
Robert It. Fulton to Willis P.
Fulton, wd, pt ne of Blk, 7,
Smith &. Moore's Add Red
Cloud aoo
United States to .Samuel lirlght,
puteut, neK 32-2-10
Fannie C Sheldon and wife to
Alfred Henry Bright, wd, n
ne4 seo322-10 1
J. S. (Hi ham and wife to Alfred
Henry Bright, (ujd.bKsetf 32
210 1
J, W. Auld and wife to Wallace
A. Maynnrd, special wd, Vt 3-1-9
Otto E. Stolfrcgeii uud wife to
Frod Stoffreiren, wd, sj lotb
1 toB, Hlk. 33, Itluo Hill :iC()
Oscar L. Llndgron uud wifo to
Carl It. Lliulgrcn, wd, 1 5 in
terest iu sw4 23-4-12 2700
Moitgages Filed, 123,170.00.
Mortgages Released, ,111,060.00.
CottlngVt Thelma."
Geo. Amack 1b going to have a new
cement walk laid around his residence
which will bo a great Improvement.
We would like to Bee the Council en
force the ordinance and make a good
many other citizens of this place put
down walks,
Lloyd Bradbrook oaine up from Red
Cloud this (Friday) morning for a few
days' visit with the Progress family.
"Brad" and hie partners have sold
their lumber yard at Bruning aud are
looking for a new location. They
have just returned from Texas, but
they didn't like the climate and will
look over the Pacific coast country and
northwest. The corporation is com
posed of the Saunders Bros, and Brad
brook Bros. "Brad" is one of the
state's bright young lumberman and
he will succeed anywftere.-T-Frankllii
Progress. v j,,
Improved Alfalfa, Grain and Stock
Farms In The Great Republican
Bought Sold Exchanged
Any desirable Real Estate listed up
and advertised for cash sale or ex
change without expeuso to owner.
Cash buyers for improved farms
ami ranches secured through care
ful, liberal and systematic adver
tising. Some of the best farms in
Webster and Franklin Counties Ne
braska now listed. Soveral farms
for sulo that will pay good interest
on the entire purchase price aud
euliHiice gteatly iu vulue. Several
good farms for sale ou ensy pay
ments and special terms worth the
money. The largest list of local
farms for sale to select from and
situated iu the Buckle End of tho
Corn Belt.
FAKM MANS-Llbcral amounts,
optiouul payments, lowest tntcs.
Money always ready.
Daniel Garber
Riverton, - Nebraska
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