The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, May 28, 1914, Image 5

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And that city sets the
'This year's olylcs demand that the dreeo be lifted
vdien Milady steps the curb or ctair or enters her car.
Hence, her hosiery bccomc3 a fashion essential."
Hosiery fashion is but another name for
Black Cat Hose
Sec tlic Uitcl European hosiery stjlce at
DEALERS NAME
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l)i Nlciinlsri ttt'ivi1 1 li i in I'lhhn
iiitng fio'ii Linen ii win if K Hit ud
it til-- st ti ilfiit.vl iin tU 'jf
Mr-. Ho'if McCuJlum f Urt.lii i
Me it Suit luy w-lt't W-n M-Cilfuir jpd
wTo wl.) lYsl ll' M'Ulll f ImllL i
vis LI limn lCnrtiilr r irt hiiing
the hi-t of tti-.' wrcfk fiiini K ' C IJ
w .t'i. vihrt lm 1 A.ii itl ti.i uttf ai)M-h.if.. I
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Bulletin cf The VaoK's.Calni:
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Silt in diiy U Dot- nation Diy
Mov. thuwi-iK.uMiiiul yoiu-pi-t'iniie.
lVs'ilct uomt h i i b"loti nyln thi
wet-';.
rutliur IMiwnlil vus ir. duperinr
Pililiiy
D.iii Guiliot-ofrjvi'i'oii wrt lo town
Moiulay.
O. C W'WM l Orlcfl'm KiUlny mi
lHIlhl"!. .. '
I'wjyTtv' Int for ,hhki?4i Pii'nv fo
vibit, fr etuN.
.1. Ii'ciii-J-.Uui loft fo lHTM'City
Monflny trjini nltiB.
Clmili'V Vbx'ot Voitt speui. tli 'nd
of thi woulc liuro wi'ti lii imivu'.
Mis. IMUli WIXHOti ntniiiei lur
hotne li Mik'qIh Mnniivj'PToiiilnjr
Ofoifrc Ovi'rlmt ."! -'l'" I'f'lfc lr
woic In lluir Out, Kiinstn-, Moiu1".
V. A. Sllin'n1 v.-iis in 2iot ton,
Kuntti, one ilay tin- lust of th.- w.-olc
Cliit". Stroiitf mi" " the wi'stoin
pait of tlie -utc tlio Inst of Uio wei'l:
The lixrnn-is. niv nil b3' cutting
the tli-bt crop (if ulf.ilfa which 1" u
bumper.
Misi F.lible Tubor went to Dewcnso
Saturilny moining to viait hor lnothor,
Wesley Tuber.
Mr. mid Mrs. Joe Md'allum lire tbo
jiroiulpaients of u baby boy which
wns born Monday. '
Mrs. AtnellB Wainer of Medinn,
Ohio, is In the city vlsltinir with her
sister, Mm. Julia Warren.
Marlt Brown and W. C. Hutchison 6f
Jamesport, Mo., are in the cltv visiting
with Darrel Burden and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauar of
Lincoln arrived in the city the Ust of
the week to visit with fi lends.
A largo number of our high bdiool
athletics and Ftudont'- attended the
track meet at Snporior Friday.
Mr, and Mis. Brule of Campbell ar
rived in the city Monday to visit with
their daughter, Mrs.JoeMrCallum
Miss Marquoiile Iticliirdson Hft
Sundav morning for Vnlpanno. Id ,
v.hoio she will attcnrl-aummer school
Mrs Frcininidon en'w 'l'iwn fiom
ltlooinington Muav arming Jo vu.l
her -parents. Mr Jr'' V" r Var
B C Phillips, Oc-'pntj u, .uid latr
' oltheA. O V W lwVt, f 'rblt
U'rw kwH n t.o-r the dr o "
wrck
' The wheat k bgmjtiiB u ne"4 ind
t'lPiioyernmont esUmte thin yw
ciop at eight hundred and eighty mil
lion bushels
Superloi wont wot Filday by a ma
jority or eight votes Sovel.il alleged
lllogul voters weie arn-sled and the
drysnre going to try and keep I he
town dry.
Wayne Harvey and Henry SchulU of
Supovlor spent Sntutday evening In
this city with Chal Gellatly, the
popular book-keeper at the Malono
Avery Co. lumbor yard.
Mr. and Mrs. John Huish took their
lenycar old son to Lincoln Sunday
morning where ho was operated on
t.hnt. rim for annendicltls. Ho is got-
ting along lino at this wilting.
Thai. 0 0 F. lodge held olectlou ut
ofOcerr, Monday evening and the fol.
, lowing ware elected for the ensuing
term of &lx mqtilbs Ted Han's, Noble
iip-l W (5 Wiwrair, Vice Grand
ir Wavilcl' T)w Sjit-rtMt vsijl
'a.'faT,;t ( throat pttn
A.tjfrt ww 8isf Hltd ftt- V'
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vv i til Wl
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tj A Ai no -I v.it In t-ivin 'J'tl-hilny.
I A f MuOih w u In K u.waa (Jit Mon
i Li' llwlour of tiiflde IWi'lc was in
Inwii Tin.,. .oy: r ,i
l .Its Hii'mTku hi" H.h Ivti wns in tov.n
iMotiihi.v.. ' -
j U") iTiOiiuip wb-. In Supiiflr Sun
Id IV I'll i CiloCM..
Keniivili AH-.m!h In tu ci'y this
week vMUug ti'ii-tnl-.
dial ('llat'y spunt S'ludny in
Superior v.lih fiiuiuN.
Mbii llm'-oii of S'.Hlvut'i- township
wiis. in tjwn Tiie-diiy.
Ml Clnrn An-tin of tinvn lslsit
Iny her sl.tci, Mii. Hurry Q.-utner.
. 111. Dm iivll went f S IViiicN
IChiijih, TiRs.lny moi-uliig o'lli'isitiesi
Tr. Grou- is home from iJncolii
wbei.i ln ftltt'iidvd thi fttuttt flciiUl
ui"otInp
Sii3-c' Sun luy inoniiii?- ni the Con
gregHllouiil chuieli: -jThi' UinM'iii-iyil
(Soil Helping weaiied Men". Sitbjei t
i't ixetiing M'iftioii. "Gliiisitiiuttlos
i-i tiln Answci ti the p'oblem of Sin,
j Suff-i-li'g, and Death'
On Friday, June 11. MM, the valley
cditottiie hereby cilhd to meet in
FinnlstUi for the pnrpoM' of adopting
acou'titiitiuti iiiul by-laws, and also
fur tlio p'liposo of .tiiinsaetliig nnj
othei busiiiL-'-s whldi may rightfully
cotne betoie said meeting F. 1'
Shields, President, ICiul ipence,
Secrctmy.
IJed Cloud High School boys ctrried
off the following houois nt the truck
meet held In Superior. Fildny, May
i!2nd: lOjyaid dnsh.ll seconds Oiger,
3rd; 880 run Newhouse, .lid; Mile
run VanOrnntn, Hardy and Bruner,
tied, 1st; Pole Vault, 10 feet Atkins
and Dossemeyer, tied. 1st; Wright, 3rd;
Shot put, Hs feet 2 Inches Perry, 3rd;
Hammer throw, or. font Perry, 2nd;
Running broad jump, 1" feet 4 inches
Atkins, 2nd; ltunulng high jump,
r feel. -1 Inches Potter, 1st; Wright,
2nd; Discus throw, 01 feet, Glgcr, 1st
Memorial sot vices were held Sunday
morning in the opeiu limine and n
very large Hiidionce w as present. The
set vice was opened by the slugltig of
the joint choiis followed by a qutir
tette composed ot MesMh. Ii P. Al
biiuht. C. L GittiiiK V. . Fulton
and Gkn Walket lit v. Uayne, pastor
of the Cougiegntioit'il chmch vpad the
M'riptme lesson nd oiteied piayor.
Rev. Wright ol tin' "Wjthodlst cliutch.
piouched tlm ormrtu and palda tti
liute to the ol.t so'd'ers Aftoi the
sermou "America" uaa nng, h:uI !x.
Uayno prononiictd th ieeHletio i
which (osfri tin- ivica
Gutter ol 0i til! 1 r Hi ,I.iUnH
I TelahwUis Co , wr hi Up rit tW
iK,yi.l(fhv. - ' ' ' h ,
I .V. xt month U thn ttmntn of AUtfo
irT".ii. nlMi Juntj IiiI,((Nh tin $
Iih not hearrl ol' nay w)u t.-e rilTijj
t. tujve tbe awlJ
men meeting .will Ue held Rijlt
' . i.v rtfioinoon t 1 o'cliielt J .r l.i pnr-
iioe of oi-ganljt'njr a 'OAipW 'iVuu
All men liirltil '
Mr. Olivet of Piillni'le. fn n , l fit
the city visiting wit ti h. frmud, C W,
ICilny. thiv wfi'k V ackiio vlitljrea
plans ml cull fioin h m
The Indies of the riul-.tinn ijltureh
who belong to Mrs M iRtslueV Sunduv
Sc1ioi)1u;Iii'-n gave In i ti surprUe btilli
day party Monday e nlng.
Mis Smith of (lit Held pivrinet n--tlvi'il
houie Kuii'luy uioiiuug ftom M.
Cook, where sin- had been visiting hei
s in, Cetip Smith and family.
The coiittactot bf'gnn wotk on the
u jw coutt house this week ami hns a
l.u ge number nf our cttlx mis busy dig.
glng for the foundation and heating
p'unt
Diakeiiuin I!oy Robinson of feGoolc
ciuie ilown Wcdnesdrty moriiing to
visit Ills inn nts, Mr. and Mis C D
H ibiuson, and also to nt'end tliegnul
uatlng e 'icHes
l'Oit SALH A nice 7-ioom moleiti
cottage. City watei, electric lights
and bath with four lot. Alfo my
farm two miles east of C iwles. Tortus
to suit .1. H. I?.iiloy.
The A O. I. W lodg" ni'jt Tin siitiy
ovruiug and n cla-'. of IQ cindidati's
wite Initiated. The soteen work was
put on and afiei lodge' u lunch wns
served. Thctu wns a huge attendance
of the niem'iei-ihlp and eveiybody had
a eond time.
N 'ii. w
MjllOO
'I In- Co gli4 itloilill Indlen will hol'l
tbvlr UiiiiU. t at P A Wttlih.NiioVrt
,tnr- I'Miin). tyf SCh. adv
. I' itivimiting elisi will put on
liv f 1 1 iv eniktaj "Th llrmdon"
Jatmdnr nielli at th Opera II tis-.
Wall"i DutiS mid Ijou Fnltaii lift
thla niornlhg for Cr,mlrhlp viKiri'
lii-will Hilda oauientslUifor IMhM
Kv !i es
: M,M"t Anna fllThatn nn 1 Maiy
(tlnlntla a ! hoiita ftotn (Jnfd. IUwI.
whiii th j b4Ve IjfWB l.Heuli'ig t:hott
JKtfn! .v.'tr. '
i ROSEMONT
pir, "t .Mit R. K. Jlitaa Huadn.xed
feni-T x 'iiolta
tfn Am adr, and wife wot o Tjtnvi ence
TlsUoiaTn-'sdiy
.ius Anna Cowel took dintiv nl 11
C. W. I Ii "s Sun'Jay.'
,1 'I ,il .1 and air Hoots w'aro Blna
Ililt'M-'iois Torvlay
Mi' a ml Mm, Geo Unlit jer vlsltrd at
fl l.inii in'in'H Fildny
Mi.ti'jd Mis, H Hiiiitjvr isitd tola
tlvec n liwroneo Monday
Mis U Kehio of neir Itlatlen U isll-
ing her sisti r, Mrs .lne llent. s
Miss Floictiec Cute lsited telativis
In lllue II II Mon la evening.
T W .ehtiHr is ronewlug the looks,
of IiIn i k vat 3r with n coat of p'alnt.
F. U.iwvts of Liwieni'e is dtllUng a
well for Geo. Hudson nnd T Sim.
Irs. C C Wilght of Co'otado I-
visiting frirttlds and-relatlves here.
Miss Bui i el Sins went t i Ainboy
Friday to tlsit a filend,- luliirning
Monday.
Mesdumes Lurk and Lillle of Law
retien called on Mi"? II. C. Wilght
Monday
Mi' ami Mrs. Lee Crnwfoid spiMit
Sunday at his sifltei'-. Mrs Ilornea
('.nib'rsoti. -
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'"'What Do
You Want
To Pay" :'
$i:oo
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Sl.SO
$2.00
'1 irfia
This Is Not Aii Auction
- Wo juft vnnl to impress you with the fact thai you
c!in pick out one of the nobbiest shirts you ever .slaw and at
the juice you want to pay.
We are here to serve you, not with a $2.00 shirt if
you want one nl $ 1 .00, but with the best value ever shown
a $1 .00, if tint is what you want lo payor $1 .50 or $2.
Glance at the new tics aloOc, 75c and up. They
ari great.
Ye?, and take just a few minulc3 to look over the
new Sring Styles in Clothcraft Clothes at $10 to $20 the
clothes that arc making other makers think about prices.
nrr
he
pmden-aley Glothin9 G?-
Red Cloud's Foremost Clothiers
s
Geo. Tijne wns called to Ilastlnes
Tuesday aftetnonn by the death of his
sister, Mjs. (Jims Armstrong, who bad
been sick only a few dajs. The
fuueial will occur toduv and burial
will take pi ice In the Oik Creek cemo
tery. Mr. Tilne bus the sympathy of
the entile community.
13he
TEPEE
Friday and Saturday
MAY 'JO and CO
TI1K DCLAYBD SPKOIAL, A stir
ring railroad story. A romance of
Iron and steel.
HfS LITTLH PAGE An amusing
comedy with Norma Tatmadge In tlio
capacity of page ts cranky uncle, of her
lii-st fellow.
PATIIRK WnittCLY. Willi world
W'ldo vio.vs of tlio world. best new-i.
A DESPElUTR HERO.- Comdy ,
SKELLY aud tho TL UKCY -Comedy.
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Farm Ismn
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ute nun, C 1'
Mimday and Tnesdny
II NL t am'
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Thre Baus of Silver
COWLES
Clis and George Denton autoed to
Red Cloud Monday.
It. H Thompson was in Red Cloud
Monday attending couit.
James Mcltrido is having tho toutvlr-
tioti luid tor his hoitio this week
The h'hool picnic Saturdsy suutb of
Cow les was well attended and enjoi . 1
by till.
Chas Gilhatn of Red Cloud wai jn
our stieefs Tuesday shaking hands
with frloiulK.
Tho school hoatd is Hits week mov.
Ing the furnlturo from the old to the
new school house
Mlssi Louis Illtchny came home Tues
day from Indlnnoltt where she had
been attending, school.
The entertainment given Tuesday
night by the band boys was well at
tinded and enjoyed by all.
O. H. Spracher expects to start for
California about the 1st of June for an
extended visit with a daughter.
V. A. Good s had his lumbor otlire
bioken into Monday night. He lost
about thiee dollars In stamps And what
change thero was in the money drawer,
TheillBgo of Cowles Is having two
cement culveits put In on the W. W.
Rltchey corner, They nro also putting
in a cement till on tho road' north of
town.
Cia C Hennott was in -Red Cloud
Monday attending court. He was a
witness in the case of the Commercial
Hank of Hlue Hill and Roburt Denton
of iilndou
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SOUTH 1NAVALE
rfood ovtu
Ve have on hands over $1,000 worth of Ladies' Ox
fords and Slippers which we are going to put on sale
at a price which you cannot resist. Prices as follows:.
$3.50 and 3.75 slippers go at $2.50
3.00 and 3.25 slippers go at 2.00
2.25 and 2.50 slippers go at 1.50
2.00 - slippers go at 1.25
This Big Sale opens May 1st,
Come in and look our line over.
arpenter's Bargain
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YOUR ORDERS
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In this day and ape if we did
not take advantage of that
modern iii-n'ssit to liuure ano
tiuiinnis ah lAoutu in a tenUy he up
in ''i' miiiii'! T'i photir vrtnr
t,Tj-l j ' 4H i l !t it it
ti I i. (.).iftole
' ( reinu i( t u.reiaiiiiftlf.
fci i iiaMianmrniiMimiiniiiMiMniiiiwiiMfciiii it
B. E. -pfariabd
All (he Phones
In Two .eos
The stoUin Siued Eloplnuit uuniiu
hen rcstoicd to Its feniple in the
Walled City, bj Krucc and Kathlyn,
they conclude to start for the foast
In the inlet itn, her father, Col Hare,
hiving escaped prison Joins them In
their race to leave Allalia. The party
i-i captured by a band of bandits. Urn
ballah quickly learns of this and agrees
to give three bags of silver as a ran
som for Col. Hare, leaving Kathlyn
mid Bruco lashed to the tiger cage, in
further fiendish dosha for revenge.
The ADVENTURES of AN ALARM
CLOCK.-IComedy. From the story in
tho Pictorial Review for April,
THE FAMIM SKELETON. Comedy.
CYPRESS LOCOING lo TLORFDA -Educational.
Wednesday nnd Thursday
J UN L. Sand 4
SHADOWS - A tw.i-int t ihritl.nsr
j Tiittl'xlranm featuring Fiij"! Vush-
man ,
l.ae 4SILVKK SfiVW BC)V . .,,,,
piflf ttotv wltli R'Hsian rMivtroiii!)-!; ,
BO,H. DIVG iiOi lK ttOMANt
?naiody
A WLVIEB Ilot.lt it. ,1
EltLAND A .( ti i ifi.uit .
views of the Alp
FiisstiSltow at tf w ui ' flecoH-1 at
0 'W Mulluet' fttiiirhi? at 1 p m
KveiVone is feiHnf
line mnia of last wi'l
Earry And Bertha VVhitely visited
Claul JfarnltmkyM' Hundaj
Frank Blankenbaker nntf- fnini'y
spent fiunday at Clarence Reed's
Mlso Moua Hei.sh was the guest of
Mm Vorgie Dally a few days last
week
abhatli School tins been organized
at Djst No H school house. Everyone
Invited.
Edith Hoffman ot Red Cloud vis'ted
at tlio Dickeison homo from Friday
until Sunday.
Quite a nu tuber fromhis vicinity at
tended tho farmorh' meeting at Inavule
Saturday nftemonn.
Win. Htiut and daughter Ura of
Franklin visited at tho Robt Mitelu H
homo Suturdiiyand fauuday
MUb Emma PeterMiu olomed a mt.
iucosfuI term ot cbo! nt Dlsl 7U
last Saturdajr Xlit putrnps audi
f riti of the uolghi o-'i,"'i wi'ftt with j
wfl ttlJefl Vnskts i "i',v toe nfilu r
I All fpupUe pHi "i
uite 'ti'aiitr
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Sere Death to Lice
mites all vermin nnd diseaeo fcvrms if you uao
Powdered Lice Killer
S5o and 50b
0
A fjrent money saver. LouBy hens cannot lay
neither can lousy chicks grow.
Priill. Poultry Rei.ul.nlor l tlio best tonic unit devoloptnir
l,lp I'kirs. V. (fc CHc, Si 00, 25 lb. pail $2.W. Ittfuw
f.ulmtllutfi, InMit en I'raltii.
SAtitfaction Guaranteed or Money Back
? Get PratU ISO jkjik) Iultru VooK
Gold nnd guaranteed by QEORQE W. TRINE.
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G, J Wftilln.
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Vi'uU !T ii i ! pi,
dhttrlct t.nt in a ti v
'plyn tha gpo!! thiii
fy tho appetites of t)m . ,,
Alt parr iok of a hUQ.ptuou'- diiuiei
which certainly spsakw v;ol foi tL'
cooks of Hutt vicinity. '
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A Portrait
f -nt to the absent
ones now and then
binds the friend
"hips of youth,
bridges distance
and knits closer
h tieH of family
nntl kinsfolk.
Our fast lenses,
modern tnelhods
i ti equipment,
r mpt attention
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Dr. J. C Caldwell
PHYSICIAN 6 StIRCEON
CallM Answered Day or Night "
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Rfa 't'clciilioiiiti: Hell, Iteit 271, I ml. 1G0.
Office Over N- A- AliirUht's Store
lioud, -! Nebraska
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