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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Bulletin of Tho Week's Doings
Take your cream to J. O. Caldwell.
The price of wheat Is going up every
1'iank Elllnger wusln HatinKs Mon
day. John Foster spent Tuesday in Hast
ings. Hon U. W. Kaley was in Ulue Hill
MUsIlctlln l'otter is homo from
Attorney Stewart was in Nelso'n
FOR HE N'T A good 5-rootn house.
IlutuhUon & Sakideti.
Aaron Hedge peut Sunday near
lnavale with relatives.
Howard Simpson left Sunday for
Armour to visit relatives.
The Mlses Aljcc and Mabel Pope
were in Hastings Friday.
I offer for sale cheap my black
driving mare, 7 years old. Win B.
I'ayne, Rlverton, Nebraska.
S. C. Ellis, wife and daughter are
spending this week in Denver.
Clyde Wolfo and Raymond Kootitx.
left for the west Sundavevtnlng
A large crowd turned out Monday
evening to hear the band coucert.
When ever you know of any local
items let us know. We have both
Allen Hadell of Long Island, Kansas,
was visiting friends and relatives here
Col. J. II. EUlugcr hhs purchased n
new Ford car of the Red Cloud Auto
Miss Veda Ludlow returned home
Sunday from Denver where she had
SherllF Hedge went to Lincoln Tues
day morning to atteud the National
.1. F. Grimes of Ulue Hill was in
town the Hist of the week visiting his
son, E L. Gi lines and f.imily.
II. J.tMnurer left for Lincoln, Sioux
City and Quincy III., Tuesday morn
ing where he will enjoy himself.
Editor Jones cf the Blue Hill Leader
was In town Tuesday morning. While
here he made thl olllee a pleasant cul'.
Miss Nellie Caster and Miss Ruth
Johnston lnstiuetois of tho Alma
Xiiuia School- apent Sunday heie
with home folks.
Veilin Taylor, Paul Polnicky and
F.-ed Plmieb returned home Friday
fi-om Oewce&e where they had been
enjoying an outing.
Mis. LGanow, daughter of Ueo.
Clauson amj.wlte, was brought home
Sunday morning. She is suffering
with acuto appendicitis.
Several members of the Epworth
League attended the social nt lnavale
last Friday evening given by the
Epworth League of that place.
The lnrgost yield of wheat threshed
so far this season around hero was
part, of Harry J IlulTcr's Held which
turned out iG.buslielB to tho acre.
Losr A man's..black coat Sunday
somewhere in town or near railroad
track. Finder leave same at Weesner
.V. Perry's store-und icceivc reward.
I Imvo tlie best iuie lu tho county on
farm loans. See me and bo convinced.
My motto prompt service.
' A. T. Wai.ki.ii.
' A largo crowiOittended the Union
services Sunday evening uttho Wash
ington school paik. The services are
growing moio , Intel estlng every Sun
The engino'oti passenger train No
13 broko don;Filduy morning as the
train stinted to leave the yards and
another engine was iiecessaiy to pull
the train west.
Chas. Uieshline was thrown fiom
his motorcycle Sunday afternoon when
five miles east of lawn. He received a
bal gash ouloiie or his legs, which re
quired several stitches by Dr. Mitchell.
Miss Kose McGulro Is homo from
ScottsbliifTwhero she has been visiting
Mrs. Fred Stauberry. She has becu
PiHovlni? a two week's vacation from
her duties as bookkeeper at Miner
Bro3. Co. store.
The school board held a special
meeting Monday Uiight to consider the
petition of the patrons living lu the
extreme north end of the district Hsk
ing for a scuooljcloser to them. Tho
board denied the revuest because they
had no lawfultneans of complying with
it. The real merits ot the case was
not brought out
It would give thin oflloe considerable
pleasure If overylfarmcr would call us
up as soon as he.has thrashed and let
us know how much his wheat or oats
yielded to tho aero and tho number of
acres ho had In crop. With the best
crop In ton years we ought to make as
much out of It as we pqsslbly can.
What would give us still more pleasure
would bo to have oaou farmer call at
the office and tell us personally about
The Congregational chinch Indite
will give mi ice eteain Miclal on the
chinch lawn next Monday evening.
12 II. XowhousW. (J. Hamilton, S.
It. 1'loiatiee hnil 12, L. Uritnes were In
Cowles Tuesday night where they in
stalled the olllceia'jn the I. O. 6. I-'-lodge
Gentlemen Who Yearn
For Public Office
The following is the list of thoe
who aspire for public otllco having Ule-l
as candidates for' nomination for the
vat Ions county ofUce, and who will be
up fur your consideration at the Pri
mary Election, Augwit lSth.
The following filed on the Demo
Representative 40th District
A. W Cox G. W. Lfndsey
County Sheriff ' "
B. F. Hudson Grant Christy
Chns. J. Reddon James Hubatka
E. G. Caldwell Frank J. Munday
H. C. Wright Geo. W. Trine
Frank Vavrlcka A. V. Duckcr
Wm. T. Mountford
Gertrude L. Coon
A. H. Blight, 1st district.
J. F. Knigge, 1st " s
C. T. Dickenson, 3d "
J. A. McArthur, 4th "
Lymin E-ssig, 4th "
Joe Fogel, 4th "
Lee DeTotir, Gth "
The following filed on the Progress
T. W. White, County Sheriff '
J. F. Grimes, County Treasurer
Geo. P. Cattier, Commissioner .'id
Chai. II. l'otter, Commissioner 1th
The following tiled on the Peoples
Independent ticket by petition:
A.W. Cox, Representative 10th Dist.
Geo. W. Lindsey, " 40th "
James Hubatka, Sheriff.
Ciias. J. Reddon, "
E. G. Caldwell, County Attorney.
Frank .1. Munday, " "
Henry Cook, Coroner.
Geo. W. Trine, Treasurer.
Frank Vavrlcka, Clerk
Wm. T. Mountford, Clerk.
GeitrudeL. Coon, Superintendent.
C. T. Dickenson, Commissioner Hd
The following filed on the
A. F. Heart woll W. F. Rlckaul
County Shot ill'
Oliver D Hedge W A. Barcus
Branson W. Stewart
K. T. Foe C. D. Robitison
C. C. Bennett dJ. Garber
Geo. II. Ovcrlng ,
County Commissioner 1st Dist.
A. J. Grant " T. J. Chaplin
J. C. Mcinlo B. V. Sheppard
Commissioner 3rd District
Commissioner 1th District
.1. 0. Caldwell Paul Storey
Win. II. Thomas C. II. Potter
Commissioner fith District
G. Ohmstedu Grant Shldlur
Private Money To Loan
Also regular Kami Loans nt lowest
liites. Call for me at State Hank.
C. l CATIIEI1.
You can get a dollar's worth
of merchandise in our store for
one dollar. .We don't force you
to take a chance on a houe and
lot, nor an automobile, neither
do you get trading stamps and
when you get three million of
them you, may get something.
Neither,do we give you tickets
good for trashy crockery. In
fact, there is no chance when
you trade with us, You are
sure of' what you get.
B. E. JHeFaFland
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KusmI A mack returned home from
Blue Hill Wednesday evening.
The Masonic lodge will lay the corn
er stone next Thursday afternoon for
the new- court house.
Today the business men are out on
their Chautauqua Booster Trip. There
are over twenty automobiles loaded
down with advei Using and enthusiastic
piomotors and we ptedlct the greatest
whirlwind campaign ever pulled off in
this county. While primarily this trip
Is for the purpose or ad Vet Using the
Miininer cbuutaiiqua it will be used to
increase the goodfellowshlp existing
between the towns of the county. We
like to visit aud see what our neigh
bors are duing mid we art- willing to
co-operate with tln-m in whatever un
dertakings they hae planned.
Program For Week Commencing
Monday and Tuesday
JULY 27 and 23
"THE WARRIOR MAID"
In Two Heel
After Kathlyns escape from the ani
mal case the lions s wanned into the
arena aud with great feroslty try to
follow their intended victims. An up
rising takes place and Kathlyn assumes
the leadership and becomes a real Joan
of Arc. Clad in a suit of silver armor
her imposing Amazonian figure fills
her followers witli confidence.
A SALT MAUKKKHL MINE. A
Comedy-drama full of amusing situa
tions.' A SNAKBVILLE EPKDEMIC An
other amusing comedy.
Wednesday and Thursday
JULY 20 and 110
DOLLY of the DAILIES. "On the
Heights". Dolly saves an old school
friend who has eloped and thinks her
A QUESTION' of HATS and GOWNS.
A two-part comedy drama, adapted
from "Town l'utnns and Gold Leaf."
Plain little Jennie is transformed into
a beautiful being, but by her own ap
parel. SLIPPERY SLIM and thcSTOUK.
Friday and Saturday
JTLY.'M and Aug. 1
A PRINCESS of the DESERT, by
Mary Fuller. A beautiful picture with
lavish costumes and settings.
lloarst-Sellg' Pictorial with timely
anil topical world news in plctutes.
CHERRY A.Comedy with a "Dick
Tui'pln" thrill. A put up job that
serves to win. Written by Booth Turk
Ingtou. SONNY JIM at the NORTH JPOLE
With his dog Shop he trios to find the
North Pole. He does not llnd it but
does become a hero by saving an ex
Change In Hours
Doors open at S:00 o'clock. First
show tit 8:.10. Saturday Matineo ut
' Notice To Contractors
Sealed proposals for the erection ot an I. (I.
(). 1 lodgu room nml I'lro Hall will ho receiv
ed by the llulhlliiK Committee at lied (loud,
Nchr., on or hcforuAuu. 3d 1- o'clock A. M.,
lllll, Inaicordaucowlth drawliut and sped,
llcatlons jirepared hy Kitrett Dodds Omaha,
Nchr. rians for blihllng and other Inform
ation may ho secured hy seeing committee.
commltteoresirvcs right to accept or re
ject any or all proposals.
lly ordir of committee.
1. O. O. 1'. Ilulldlug Committee.
OFl'ICB 0n AI.IIIUOIIT'S STOtlK
IN R1VKUT0.N ON MONDAY
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Is not so much In lu crctl efficiency u
neay or roup, canur. c&ictea pox
nd other dlMue of poultry, but
It li the treateit bowel retuhtor In
the world for either
(Including pet itock), counteract
nr. eipedally, bowel troubles das
io muity, spoiled or Improper food.
With mm. (owls or snlmils. reta.
1st bowels mesns heshh. 'Con
tinued IrrecuUrliy mesns some sickness, difficult
so cure It not (ttsl. Tboussnds tlve Cermotons
reiulsrly twice s week to chickens, yeanc snd old,
sttnessmetlme bsvlsi it ever hsidy m resdy
remedy for other dlsesses. Soldbydeslerswpest
psld; Oae eUe only, SO cents. .atMHBksr
Fft SALE 1Y M. E. CRICE DWJ6 Cf
Dr. J. C Caldwell
PHYSICIAN 6 SURGEON
Calls Answered Day or Night
J -' '
OltlcoTelphqncs: Hell, (jH; Ind. 1W.
Hen. Telephones: Hell, Itcd 27J; Ind.lM.
ff Ice ver IN. A. AlbrlftNt's Slw
Red Cloud, -i- Nebraska
l-lignr Cowden left Satiltday for
Iowa where he will visit with relatives.
'Mrs Wallln returned to Lincoln
Tuesday morning after visiting with
her son, Fred Wallln and wife.
Notice to Non Resident
In The District t'ourt of Webster County.
lliiKh II. Hunter, I'lnlutllt.
rhrlMInn HntiHn ninl Auinmln
V. lliuiHrnct.nl., nettuilntilK.
Tlic above imincit tlufcnilantii, Christina
Uaiifccn ami Amanda V. Human, will Uko
notice Hint the nliilntll! hiruln, ltuich II.
'Hunter, HUM Ills I'ctlllim lirtclu lu the tllx
trli't eourt ot W'cbsiir County, Ncbrimkii on
itho'th. ilay ot .Inly ltlll, auatust tho ilcU'iitl
untN Christian tlansin and Aninmla V. Una.
cn, the objei-i unit ithj tr ol w hli-h Is to fore-i-lose
a eirtntii timrtisatii', exeeiucil hy tlic
ili'fiuittuits Christian llnm-rn anil Amninl.i
V. Iluimn, to thepliilutlirhcriln, upoii the
Kiiuth h'nlt dI tho south ut iiinrtir (Sj. 1-2
S. W. t-l) anil the north cast quarter ot the
south cast quarter (N. I:. l-i M. II. l-i) nnil tho
miuHi hnlt of theKontli cast ilinrtcr (S.'l-'i S.
K. 1-4), nil In town one (1), Motion thirty
three (III), r.inno nine U), Wist fi v. m., Wcl-
st r county. Nthranka, to Kccuro imynicnt ol
a certain note, it ntcd . I lino Ith. 1UI0, lor the
sum ot r.i'jOO.OO iluo anil (inynlilc In il o years
from ilato thereof, anil on which default lin
been made In the imymrnl ot the Interest
ducln .luno iui;l nml In tho Interest due In
Juno 1UII; and as Is provided In tho terms ol
said niortiWKC, pliiliitltr has elected to de
clare lliou hole amount duo on K.-ild note and
iiiortKnRc: that tho amount duo and unpaid
on said note and niortKUKc Is 811 ll'J.UO, for
Which sum with Interest at 8 per cent from
July T, lllll, plnlutlil prays (or a decree thai
defendants bo reculreil to pay tho same, or
that Raid premises bo sold to satisfy the
amount found due.
You are hereby require 1 to answer said
petition on or before Monday tho Ultli. day
of August l'.M I.
Hated this 15th. day of July 1UII.
1IUU1I II. IlUNTim,
Krauk J. Munday,
II Is Attorney.
Order to Show Cause
State ot Xeliraska, j. i -n,u County Court.
WelHler County, f '
At a County Court held at the County
I'ouri room In and for kM county July lHth.
A. I". 11)11.
S thu matter ot tho estate of John
ON readlim mid llliiu; the iietltlon of ((race
i:. lluruess praying that admluKtiatlou of
said estate may ho granted to Kred Maurcr,
OiUHMtKl), that Prlilny the 7th day ot
Auxustr A. I), lllll, at ten o'clock a. in., H
asHluucel for henrlim said petition, when all
persons Interested lu 8nld matter may ap
pear at'ii County Court to he held In aud for
iald I'nuiiiy anil show causo why prayer of
petitioner should not ho granted; aud that
notice ot the pendency ot said petition and
thu hi-arluir thereof ho given to all persons
Interested lu said mailer, by publishing a
copy ot this order In the lted Cloud Chief, a
weekly newspaper printed In said county,
for thruf cousecutle weeks prior to said day
A. 1). lll.NVUV,
(Seal; County .Indue.
We Are Looking For
Who has soiled his edotlies so
liadly, that they are not lit to wear.
No matter how dirty or irreasy
the suit tuay ho wu arc equipped
with the moot modern machinery
and hnvu skilled workmen who
know- how to
Clean, Repair and Press
R. 6. flassinge
Cleaner and Dyer
Jlome Portraits and
Now is the time to have a
photo of your home, wheat
fields or stock. Also family
groups or single photos. Call
us over the phone. We can
come any time.
i END OF
? IT 11 A
The Year's Most Important
Money Saving Event
IV Will Sell For Cash
Kuppenheimer, Clothcraft and
Society Brand Suits
20 3& 50
Straw Hats One Half Price Except Panamas
100 Pairs of Men's Oxfords, worth $3.80,
$4.00, $4.60 and $5.00, at per pair
A FEAST OF BARGAINS FOR ALL
Sale Commences Saturday, July 11
he Qomden-Kaley Qlothing Qo.
Red Cloud's Foremost Clothiers
Dresses - Rompers
Economical Mothers Note tho
Dollars and cents saved are
one good reason for buying'1"
these little garments.
But not the best reason.
The charm of the style the
excellence of the material and
making would make them wise
purchases at a considerable
higher price. i
Quantities are limited but plenty of variety in
sizes 2 to 14, if you come promptly.
Pi Ices from 25c to $1.25
Agent For American
Bros. Corsets And
Pikes Peak, Estes Park, Royal Gorge, The Black
Hills, Big Horn Mountains, Yellowstone Pork,
Glacier National Park, Puget Sound Cquniry, California
These aro Western becnio and vacation regions, for any of which Europe
would pay a fabulous buiii to possess. ' Thoy are nurt and are easily accessible,
at low ratobf luxurious train service andinuy be enjoyod nt small expense.
You will bo surprised to learn the raodoruto cost of a two weeks' stay in
Colorado, for Kates Park, or ,at Hot Springs in tho Illack Hills. or
nt a hospitable ranch lu the lilg Horn mountains, near Sheridan, or in tho
Absorakas beyond Cody; or would you prefer a tour and keep "on the move,''
through Yellowstone or Glacier National Parks, or of the PaclDc Coast
through Sccnlo Colorado?
You can travel in America at tho
comfortable tralus in the world. Ask
tour you have in mind,
.-.THY US FOR AHTISTIG JOB PflflTHiG .-.
Beauty and Warner H
Butterick Patterns. W
hi, i 1 1 l
This Summer I
lowest railroad rates and in the most
mo for literature descriptive of any
. ' ;.;L.'
J. J. FKLXIKN, Tlokmt Agint.
L, W. WAKKLKY, mmnmralPamngur Agt.
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