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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 19, 1914)
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Bulletin of Tho Woek'u Dolnga
Ho u Itnovtor.
- Clean up your jnid.
Distrk-t court is in session thi.s week.
Hcirl FviuitHtri loft Motidny for 1 1 a 1 -soy,
Lloyd l'pgg with down from Cowjot
Col. Jake Elluigur vvus In Hustinw
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Poo Wells of Cowlo was in town
MUs M.iblo Ruckles was in Hastings
Will Mount ford was In Blue Hill
of 1 mi viitu was In
to cv ti Tuesday.
Hd. Crary of Guide Rook was in
Koy .tonus returned to Clny Center
Find Arnold of Inavalo was in
Koy Kent Miipded u cur of bogi to
St. .loo Wednesday.
' Roxoy Groves of Superior was In
town TuoidHy night.
C. II. Wilson of Cathotlon precinct,
was lu town Monday.
Some of our citizens sue kmy plant
iug garden this week.
A. 1). Uriibon of' llluo Hill was lu
town Tuesday evening
Malilon Ciow of (Jiiind Island was
in town Monday morning.
Don't ko n grouch. Spoak to every
body you incut on the street.
Miss Mablo Pope of Alma spent Sun
day lu tliis city with her parents.
Hon McFnrlmid roturned lioiue fiom
Lincoln the last of the week.
Don Saunders leturned home the
llrst of the week from Kansas City.
l'rof. Morilzhus pnichased u Ford
auto from the Rod Cloud Auto Co.
Attorney A. M. Walters of Blue Hill
was attending dUtriet court this week.
If you want quality In Dry (Sooris
uud'Urocerios buy your goods, ft M A.
Miss Kone of Hurviud, $Jebr., spent
Saturday lu this city with her friend,
Miss Muble Pope.
Mr. nud Mrs. Roseoe Wcesner are the
happy parents of a baby boy which
uriivcd last Friday.
' Ed. Sent'on loft the ilrsfoftlio Week
for llhtolcwell, Okla., vvheio lie will
look after his farm.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. AlbriRht roturn
ed home the last of ihe week from
Llucolu and Omaha.
J. L. Christian and daughter, Miss
Hittie, returned homo from Itockport,
Mo., Saturday morning.
Ernest Moranville returned to Hyron
Monday after spending (several days lu
this city with his father.
Mr. and Mis. Oeo Smelser have
moved Into Mrs. Julia Warren's resi
dence In the cast part of town.
llussel Amuck, Howard Foe, Kay
Sauuders aud Clms. Sucrer are home
from Llucoln this week visiting their
Tho following Shriuors left thlb
morning for Omaha to attend a big
Shrlnorh' meeting: Ralph Foe, Geo.
Hollibter, Flave Grice, D. E. Saundeis
and Kobt. Avery. '
I am again ready to make farm
loans promptly and on attractive terms
Sole agent for Trovett, Muttis A.
Raker. .1. H. U.vii.ev.
People that believe iu homo trade
hell the lied Cloud Cigars as they nie
tho best 0 cent cigar in the world. In
other towns they get 10 cents for this
Harry Letsou returned home tho
last of the week from eastern cities
where he Jiad been buying spring and
summer merchandise for the Miner
Dr. Warrick, Tho Specialist, will
meet eye, ear, note and throat patients
and those needing glasses fitted at Dr.
Sanderson's ollloe in Red Cloud, Mon
day, March 30th. adv
Ed Wigglus and A. E. Turner each
sent in a car of hogs from Webster
ster county, Neb., for today's session.
Monday's St. Joe Stock Yards Daily
, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Woolsey who have
been visiting with their daughter,
Mrs. Robert Avery at Red Cloud, re
turned home today. Monday's Super
The fire department was called out
Frldav morning, the cause being a
small blaze in the house south of Al.
Decker's residence, which, however,
was extinguished before the arrival of
' the department.
Shelf worn goods is the common ex
perience of the merchant that does
not advertise. The merchant shrewd
enough to let the public know what he
has to sell cannot keep his goods on
the shelves long enough for them to
get Worn brout'of date,
l'OM'S sunn. ji,n linn puts
lor sili' Inquire of C. H. Couls.m on
Stum break"!' farm.
I have tin' bht into in tho county on
fmin loans. Sen inn and bo cnnvhii'pd
My motto -pinmpl oTvic.
A. T. Wm.kkii.
The Prati'i'inil Aid lodge met hut
flints lay eu'iittu: with u good number
present. After lodge they went to the
l'uritnn Cafe where ulunuh was seneil
A good time was had by all.
The MethodiKt church Invite you t.i
n VHigM.'nh'oon Sunday evening in
honor of Fanny Ciosby, the blind
h)tnn writci, whose tilth birthday oc
euirson March 'J4lh. A few of her
8000 hymns will be "ling and u char
acter sketch given.
This j car the eleel Ion of count v judge
will come tiinler the, new nmi-piulisun
law. Tho candidate for the otlice will
it., iiniiiitm I. i.l li Ili.ll4t.lll IIMll tlllllt'
li 1111. . III. 1.' II 'B J" v.. im.i ..... " , V
munis Instead of tinnearlnir on tun
olllclul ballot will bo printed upon a
sup irate ballot.
A young city traveling man lite
breakfast, at u country hotol". He whs
very slangy, and when bo wanted
ct emu for his colVeu ho said, "plcino
clinso the cow down this way." "llou-
June," said tho landlady, ''take th"
. . it i
cow down to where thooaii is uuwniig
The various millinery stores In the
city held their openings last Saturday
and their stores woic well tilled with
patrons during tho day. Mrs. Unrrelf
had a good supply of seasonable goods
tin display and these weie very taste
fully arranged. At Ml.v Aveilll'sstoie
inaiiv excellent models of the seasons
best weie well displayed and no one
could tall to llnd a suitable headgear
there. Mis. Uurdeii In ii'kiltlon to
having a very Hue display of hats also
had the Uetz oichestrn play dining
tho day. Tliis added consideiably to
tho pleasure of the opening.
A tluee-dolhir paper and two other
papers, all for S'J, Is the offer of tho
Lincoln Dally News. That paper and
the weekly Independent Farmer and
monthly Poultry Topics, all three mull
ed from now until April 1, 15)15, for the
S2, just as a trial otter. They all stop
when time is up. The News is u a pio
ncer lu independence and bus no en
tangling iilliiiuces, either personal, pri
vate, corporate or party. It Is frank,
open and above board, docs not print
liipinror nasty medical advertisements,
and does not knowlugly admit frndu
lent advertisements of any kiud to its
columns. It is u live who proposition
for Xebraskuns, full of cartoons and
illustrations, and with these two other
papers sort of helps to bring down the
high cost of living as far as newspap
ers are concerned. Scud $2 today to
the Lincoln Dally News and all thr.eo
pup eis will start lit once.
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Program For Coming Week
The Series Pictures
Women Are County Vv
Superintendents in the West some New Arrivals At Our Storo
Will commence at the Topee
Monday and Tuesday
MARCH '.'.'land ill
A wonderful series of photoplays,
I distinct but Interlinked In Interest.--dealing
with tho seerelMuf Oiieiitallsin
in tho mvhtlcal land or Alluliu, involv
ing a beautiful A hum Iran who Is re
liHitiiull) foteed to take u thunio and
inleu nice of fun itlcs. Ilcr exper
leiieei with cruel unit ciufty men uio
trying; but her daring diversions with
wild and hlood-thirsty habitants of
juiiiilohiiid inako this the most wonder
I til linn of uiiiinal pictures ever llltni'd.
The nch siirio.indiiigs of royally tn
vests its pageantry with eiiviiouinetiL
Kathlyn has leopanls for puts nud
lion for playmates, and lierudveiitutOH
iu wild lands pile up u oiles of e.pr
li.nm.s most, realistic and exciting. A
story of mjstery keeps other interest
(piiolnlicd wliilo Ingenuity and ela
boration of situation makes
"Tin: Ativi.vrrin.s Ok Katiu.yn"
as unusiml us they mo at tractile.
No. 1 of the Seiles entitled
AN UNWELCOME THRONE
Is ill throe reels. It Is n romantic and
thrilling storv In which an American
ghl Is compelled to take n throne in
India. Actual scenes from the Orient
nie intiodiiced and rich and appro
pi into costuinob are shown.
The fouith i eel of the progiiun will
EDUCATION of AUNT GEORGIA
n Vitagrapli Comedy.
Regular pi lees- 10 and fi.
After having attended the meeting of
tho National Educational association
of County Superintendent mid School I
Trine. pals, held at Kichiimud, Vn ,
Misms (iertiu lo 1 (.'mm nud L. Nemn-'
hit (.In lie. both county superintend
cnti m Nebraska, says The Evening
Genius, Unionlown, l'a , have iinlved
here nud lire theKUestsof MNs t'lnrke'.s
aunt. .Mrs. Daniel Chhdioliii, ut her
MoigMiitown slteet rpsidence
Miss t'oim, who n sides at lied Cloud,
Notiitiskit, is supeilntendeiit of Web
ster c unity, uid Miss Claike occupies
n .similar position lu Nemiihii county.
She lcsldos ut Aubuiii, Nebraska.
Until ,oung ladles nie ineiuliers of I ho
National Educii'lunal iissiiclntlou.
IJuiing the past month they have
visited a number of points in the H.ist,
where they have studied the various
school systems. I'm tietilar attention
Is being paid to tho new l'enns Iviiula
school code, now lu force In this stale,
the Nebraska legislutuic having a
change in the school laws under con
'1 in-w.uiiun are Htirpi lied lo llnd so
few county superintendents lu the East
o their own sc.n. In Nebraska about
(Hi) percent of tho county supuiln
tendenls of Schools me females. In
the districts the women iepioont
tibi ut eight per cunt of the school
teachois are women.
Roth ntiug ladles mo talented and
aceomplished, and are a true typo of
the piogioisslvo middle West. While
in llio East they have visited Soutlforn
Floiida, Washington, I). C, Kicliiuoiid,
Vu St. Augustine, Chattanooga, and
various other points. They expect to
lemaiu hero until the Hist of the com
Suits For Spring .
Made For Particular Men and Young Men 1
"Pfirfectlv Beautiful" is the verdict of
those who have seen them. We want
you lo look now and lay one aside if you
t don't want to buy now.
We also make
Dairying Conserves Fertility
lly .marketing the products of the
farm in the form of butter or cream,
only r percent of the fertility contain
ed in thejarm crops is sold in the pro
duct, lly marketing corn, wheat, buy,
etc., practically till the fertility leqtiir
ed to grow the crop is sold from the
farm, lly feeding raw materials to
the dairy cows, the dairy department
of the State College of Agrlcultutc
says that the farmer is not only manu
facturing higli priced products, but re
taining upon tho farm all the fertiliz
ing material taken froid tho soil by
the growing crop.
Wednesday and Thursday
WHEN STKONC. WILLS CLASH.
A line two-ieel feature drama from the
Paris btudlo of Puttie. It tells a
human story that grips from begin
ning to end. A praiseworthy product
ion with a dellghtuil ending.
HEARTS and FLOWERS.-A beau
tifnl Selig picture with n well sustain
ed interest from beginning to end.
The GOLF GAME and the llonnet.
A itiiunvgraph with .lolin Kuiiny and
Flora Finch. By disregarding orders
John gets into trouuio ami a peace;
offering beOomeb necessary.
Morris Gioat of Innvnle was in town
i:il Cox of Illadon was In town tho
llrst of the week
Frank Norton of Supeilor is visit
ing his sister Mis. Moiton Smith this
Chi is Ohmstede and I'M. Falrlleld
were up from Guide Rock Sunday
District Judge Harry S. Dungun and
Com t Reporter llaird of Hasting ar
rived iu tho city the llrst of the week.
Mr. Martin who has been living west
of town has moved to town and W. A.
Kent and family have moved into his
Jhe Gouiden-aley Clothing G"
Red Cloud's Foremost Clothiers
Mrs. .1. M llurgess Is In Omaha this
week attending the Royal Neighbor's
Rev Austin and wife of (leneva ar
rhlod Mondav to visit their daughter,
Mrs. Harry Cramer and family.
Miss Stella Eckmloy, who has been
visiting her sister Mis Orin Hodge Tor
iho past two weeks, leturned to her
home at .lunialii Tuesday morning.
M. W. Carter and family have moral
Into the residence formerly occupied
by Dr. Cross.
Dick Saunders and wife loft Sunday
for Kansas City, wlioro thoy will make
their future homo.
Chas. A. Kclielbik the popular oper
ator at tho Tepee theatre, spent Sun-
I day and Monday in McUoolt anil liast
' lugs with friends.
Friday and Saturday '
MARCH 27 and 28 ,
THE CHICLE'S END. Drama.
SPIRIT of CHRISTMAS. Drama.
The JANITOR'S REVENGE-Comedv
The MYSTERY of THE MILK.
A Hue four-reel program with each
number up to tho mark in interest.
RKUULAR I'KIUUS 111 and lie.
First show 7:110, Second 0:00. Matinee
Satuiday at II p. in.
COMING RATTLE of SHILO '111
four ieek. Regular prices. Monday
April 13th one day only, afternoon
01' " ' ' lE
OF ALL THE
Lowest rates, best option
me at State Bank.
See It In Our
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B. E. (leFariand
All the Phones
THE ROAD TO SUCCESS IS LINED
THAT. HE WHO RUNS MAY READ.
Sunday School Holds
Those who missed the convention
the Utli and 10th of Match missed a
very iuteicstlng and spiritual meeting.
J. S. Dick, W. II. Klmbeily and Miss
Brown, three state workers, vvere theie
tho two days aud not up idle moment
passed. They brought us the most In
teresting aud up-to-date methods in
Sunday School work. One of the best
was Miss Brown's lecture on her trip
around the world. Her trip through
tho Ot lent was doubly so on account
of the Hugs, banners and many cuiios
she brought home to illustrate her
journey. The ueed of missionaries iu
Japan, Korea and China is great ut
this time us they are evolving out of
their superstitions aud idolatary. L.
P. Albright, our old lime Sunday
School song leader, lead thru the two
days with Mia. L. E. Hunt us Chorist
er. The next convention JwlU bo held
at Bladen next Match.
The o Moors fur theoubulng your are:
l'residenl-Clius. Hodges, Guide Rock;
Vice l'len.-H. II. llite, It laden; Sec'y-Treas.-Mrs.
Clurence Ouy, Guide Rock;
Elementary Div.-Miss Mablo Fuller,
Cowles; Secondary Dlv.-Mrs. AtU M,
Fay, Blue Hill; Adult Dlv -J. II. Rust,
Red Cloud; Homo Visitation - Mrs.
Chas. Wuldo, Iuavale; Touchers Train-ing-H.
E. Liuiuger, Cowles; Pastors
W. II. Wright, Red Cloud; Missions
W. II. 'Jackson, Bluden; Tcmperuuce
Rev. Lobougb, Rosemeut.
There were 100 visiting delegates nud
SO Sunday Schools represented. The
average uttendunce of the six sessions.
was 223 and the total uttondauco was
1342. There watt about double the
schools and attendance of last year
It was considered the most spiritual
and uplifting session ever held lit the
county r-K delegate. ' ' "
Don't fail to come to our store this spring, right now, and
get the Idea about everything that is new and elegant in
Spring Merchandise. The newest and best of all lines.
In "Tango" and regular
In the new colors and
"wPKX Sir -VX
Hat Pins - Beads
The New Tanjo "Yen" Pin"
Ii Ihe finest weaves-and
T npnfiistnn consisting'' of
FlounclngH 12 BodlB-in widths
Nuts. All .Over Laces Job-
waists, coreet covers, laces in
Pumps -:- Strap Slippers' , -:- Oxfords
The Best In Hosiery
Pictorial Review Patterns
F. G. Tmm & Sod
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