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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1914)
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RED 0LOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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Bulletin of Tho Week's Doings
Take jour cream to J. 0 Caldwell
Clyde Wolfe Is homo, fiom McCook
IJvotott Mean of Inavnle was In town
Kenneth Wilson of Dunning Is In
tied Temple of Kansas City was In
town this week.
li.J. Mnurtr atrlvcd liotnc Vi-Idny
fiotn Lincoln. ,
J. S. Maidi of Guide Rock n in
Mr. und Mrs. Otis Leggett's bnby U
voiy sick this week.
V'Olt UKNT A good &-iootu house.
Hutchison it Saladou.
V. II. Wart ojlc is hmiii? ano.v oven
installed in his bakery.
Mih. II 0. Cutter returned to
Wheeler, Kauris, tliollfbt of the week.
Uboratls Hand will ho Iho opening
number of tho Chautauqua heie Sun
A. II. Cat pouter went to Soldon,
Kansas, Tuesday", to look ufter his
Mis,. I.. Itohbiiib loft this mot nine
for Missouri mid Pennsylvania to vliit
The Misses Josephine utid Anna
Richards ai e homo fioui their outing
Miss Julia Kneels returned to Knn
&as City Tuesday mottling to tesumo
her studies. . .
Mrs. L. II. Ulacklodge went to
IJloomington" last Thursday evening to
Several or our b.'iso hall euthuslasth
autoed to .Superior Sunday and attend
ed the bull game.
Wado Koontz left Sunday mntning
for Indiana to attend the funeial or his
brother who was diownect.
lleiuiud Fruit uriived home ftoin
lliuvard Fiiday where he had been
wot Icing in the harvest llelds.
Will Monntfoid and wife left Tues
day for Campbell' to visit with Mr
Btule and wife for afow dnyh
J. M. Stewaid and F. W. Cowden
wont to Columbus Moud-iy to attend
the Democratic stato convention.
Miss Hollo Hamilton of Guide P.ock
was in tho city 'Sunday visiting her
brother, V. G Hamilton and wile.
33f pereeut diseount on all Sum
mar Die's Goods and Oxfoids
Tuusiuie A: Son'.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Shennau arilved
homo Sunday from California whcio
thev have been visitlutr for seeial
I have the best late in the county on
farm loans. See mo and bo convinced.
My motto prompt service.
A. T. W.u.Kmt.
This ollleo was given n coat of paint
this week whice improves tho light and
looks very much. Col. S. 1 Fox was
the muu who pushed the paint brush,
Wilbur Hamilton. Dan Garber, J. S.
Gilliam, L. P. Albright, J. H. Ellineer
and W. D. Edsou went to Lincoln Mon
day to attend tho Republican state
Attorney MoNeny, Hen McFarland.
S. It. Florence and W. C. Dorsey of
Bloomtugton left Sunday via auto for
Columbus and Lincoln to attend the
The Diamond Milling Co. have sold
their mill site to the Malonc-Avery
Lumber Co. and we understand that
they will erect a mill and elevator near
the depot within a short time.
The village of Cowles will soon have
a newspaper at that placo. Wo under
stand that L. E. Spence of llladen will
establish a paper there which will be
named. "Tho Webster County News."
The band boys gave a very good con'
cert Monday evening which was Bp
predated very much by tho large
nmivd which whs present. Glen Foe
aud Marlon Mercer played a duett and
were given a very hearty encore.
Mr. Chas. Walters and Miss Kate
Gilham of this city were united iu
marriage at Lincoln last week. The
young couple arrived In the city Sat
urday evening. The Chief along wttli
their many friends wish them much
joy and happiness.
The supreme court has handed down
a decision to the effect that all county
commissioners elected in 1911 will hold
over until the next general election
which will be In 1010. This means
that Commissioners Storey and Chap
lin will hold their seats for two years
longer and ( will not be compelled to
enter the race this year.
Saturday afternoon tho ice plant at
Guide Itoclc was destroyed by fire. It
was owned by Mr. Watt and was lo
cated back of his meat market. His
loss Is estimated at S15Q0. A rumor
was started here that the whole town
of Guide Ruck was on ihe and sovoral
of our citizens went down via auto.
We would think that the enterprising
citizens of Guide Rock would wake up
an' "Me to install a water 6ystem.
sheriff Hedge is homo from Lincoln
Math o at the Topee o vet. r afternoon
Henry Wedorlch was in Hastings
Wu lntrsdHy. '
Variety Stoic for Notions and Now.
K K. liidd of Imivulo was In town
Ft auk Mlftci of Dunning tit rivad
tlif c'ty Monday.
Ihe County Commissioners art
session tills week.
Visit the Variety Store Chautauqua
weuU. It Mil pay you. adv.
Follow the crowd to tho Wonderful
Unloading Sale at Miner Uios Co
.lolui Urretand wife ate In the city
visiting with their patents this week.
Mr. Fruuk Stair wont to Colorado
Sptiuglast week to visit with lola
All fancy Wash F.ibi It's good nsoit
iiibiit ot l'attet unsold n to 50c will
swll hs long as It lasts i the Unload
ing Sale at 10c yard. Miner lttos. Co.
Mr. uml Mrs. Geo. ViinCuup and
b.iby came down fiom Omaha Wednes
day etching to lsit with Dr Damerell
Miss Mlra, Cook t etui tied home ftom
Omaha Wednesday e oning wheto the
had been visiting her bister Mrs. Hlla
Patrick and fatally
Mts. W. M. McKimmpy and daugh
ter, Misses Flossie and Velum, to
turned Sunday from a short visit at
Foit Muigan, Colo. '
The Mlks'cs Allison Condon and Greta
Tutnuic artived homo from Superior
Wednesday evening wheto they had
been visiting fi tends.
Mrs. M. W. Cat tor and daughter left
Saturday fur Crete to .visit her son,
Ucoigc Carter. Before toturnlng home
they will visit friends at Nelson.
Dr. Win rick, Tho Specialist, will
moeteyo, ear, nose and thtoatpttients
and thoe needing glasses lltted at Dr.
Dameiell' oillco in Red Cloud, Tues
day, August lth.
T. J. Diamond, Prof. Moiitz. L. II.
IJlacK'ledgo. Ed 0 voting and Flavo
Grice weie iu Finuklin this week talc
ing patt in tho Republican Valley
Cdltor Harry Vaughn of tho Guido
Rock Signal is iu the city this after
noon attending tho services connected
with the laying of the corner stono ol
the now couit house.
.lolui KuVli and wife, Abe Linn and
wKe and Mrs. Worley of Astotla, 111.,
spent tho lltst of the week hero with
L. R Rust and wlfo. They weio on
their way to Washington to attend a
Th a toniils enthusiasts have recently
built a tine court on the south side of
Foul t!i avenue and they expect to
.have some interesting games this sum
mer. Three ilotiliic courts have been
built which will accomodate twelve
players at one time.
"Daz.y" Vance of Cowles, who has
been pitching for Hastings iu the state
league, has been sold to St. Joe iu the
Western league for$l,00(. He pitched
his first gamo Tuesday for St. Joe aud
won by a score of 5 to against
Wichita, and let them down with three
hits. Wo hope to see you land iu the
National league "Dazzy."
On last Sunday morning at six
o'clock the four montus old baby of
Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Peteison died at
their home southeast of Inavale. The
funeial was held Monday morning at
the home of Mr. and Mis. J as. Peter
son in this city. Rev. Hummel con
ducted the services and interment was
made in the city cemetery.
If you liavo he.idai'ho see Dr. War
tick, 'Tuesday, August Jth.
Miss Adelaide WiMiams of Katisps, is
in the city visiting with Miss Myttlp
Carpenter thh week
Doyt Avery totntued home fiom Su
potior Friday evening whore ho had
been visiting relatives
Alba Pope was iu Lincoln this week
attending an international IlnfVvstur
gusolo.no engine school
LudtuV toady to wvnt Garments at
tidlculonnly Low Ptloos at the Unload
Ins: Sale at Minor lira. Co.
33 ' per emit discount on nil Sum
mer Dtoss Goods and Oxfoids.
TntNi'isK & So.
Mrs. Lfland Caldwell and lyby to
turned hnm last night trum Aimotir
where she had bean visiting hei sister.
Tho curlv bird eatehi-s- the wot in.
(In at once to the big" I'nloading Sale
F.vcry thing at Cut Prices. Mluer Uros.
Prof Betz It.forms us that there will
be no baud conceit nct week aud
hereafter tho concerts will be given on
Thuasday evening Instead of Monday
As Others See
hod Cloud cilions took Rluelllil by
storm jeitct day (Tliursdo' ) foienoon
and foi nearly an hour this old town
ptosontfil u lively scene. Theto were
twenty automobiles beating ninety &1
pn?-engcrs, Including "Habu" Uese,
the biggest Democrat In the Republican
valley, A, C. Ilosmor, tho liveliest Re
publican that, ever invaded a iJonto
cratlc stiotighold; besides Llbouiti's
band tiuveling In disguise.
This ittiiuh ofboosteis was In charge
or Pi of Moritz, soeiotaiy of the lied
Cloud Chautauqua, and they were
boosting the Chatitauqtltt that will
hold forth at Hod Cloud August '2 to !
Iticlu w Tho t ami entertained the
cliiK' im with sevciaL eseollont selie
tions while the boosters wtoio dtstrlbu
ting litetntitro advettisiug the lilili
class etitei tniiiment to bu 1 mulshed at
tliu eunnty seat.
Fiom lllue illll tho big patty went
to llladen and then completing n cii
cult of tho towns as far west as Camp
bell, to liloomiiigiuii and down the
rlvei to Red Oloml.-llluo Hill Lcadtr
Program For Week Commencing
Monday and Tueoday
Al'G a and 1
- Of Fmilm
In Throe Parts
END OF SEASON
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Paulino is an intensely thrilling real
live story, artistically staged, superbly
acted A story that cart ies a thrill In
every episode and will grow better the
farther It goes.
SETTING the STYLH -John Ituntty
and tho Fintieiraus set tho styles at
the hot so show.
Wednesday and Thursday
AUG. Gaud IJ
THH VANITV CASH A special
two reel feature and a flneptoductlon
VARN ATANOLE.-Auout of the
or1inaiy and dainty ottoiink'.
Wll EX EAST M E T WEST in Host on.
A pi etty coined v with Maty h tiller in
the leading part.
Friday and Saturday
The Red Cloud boosteis were here
yohtoiday tuoinliig advertising t lu
lled Cloud Chautauqua. Theio weie
thirty automobiles in the procession
and eighty of Red Cloud's cltlons,
eteryone a booster tor Rod Cloud atnl
their Chautauqua. Their fund was
also with them and played several
selections while here, and wo want to
say tight heie, that few towns In this
p.ut of Ncbiaska cm boast of a better
baud than Rod Cloud possesses and wo
enjojod their ontottaitunont and hope
they may visit us again some time.
Tho Red Cloud Chautauqua will be
held at that place August ud to t)th,
and tho progi am consists of the bost
talent that money can buy, and Is
cleau aud wholesome all tho wti
through. It will bo a credit to Web
ster county and evetyone who can
spate the time should attend. Remem
ber tho date, August -ltd to '.lth,
The Rod Cloud boosters weio In town
twonty-four auto loads sttoug Thuin
day afteituoii, boosting for tlleli
Chautauqua, which Is to bu hold the
week befoio Ftuuklln's Chautauqua.
Ihey hud their excellent bund along
and guvo u lino concert to ti good
ctowd which gathered to hear them
From here they went to llloomlugtou
and passed buck through town lateron
tltelr way iome. Satin day's Fiauklln
The Year's Most Important
Money Saving Event
We Will Sol! FcrCash
Kuppenheimcr, Clothcraf t and
Society Brand Suits
Oficy k&0 RMO
Straw Hats One Hal Price Except Panamas
100 Pairs of Men's Oxfords, w.orth $3.50,
$4.00, $4.50 and $5.00, at per pair
. A FEAST OF BARGAINS FOR ALL
Sale Commences Saturday, July ! 1 j
he Qoiadenf(aley plotting Qo.
Rod Cloud's Foremost Clothiers
Dresses - Hooper
AUG. 7 and 8
GRAY EAULES LAST STAND. A
fine two reel western pietuio with
soldlota iu stltriiig scorns.
llEARSr-bELIG NEWS PICTOR
IAL. World Wide VlowHUiid News.
Matinee Every Afternoon At 4:15
Change In Hours
Doors open at 8:00 o'clock. First
show ut 8:110. Saturday Matinee at
Private Nancy T Uan
Also regular Farm Loans at lowest
rates. Call for me at State Rank.
C. F. CATHER.
' (' aA ATHHM
giB AfflTiJm ZMkK
Twenty-thieo auto loads with eighty
people led by Editor llostner, weio in
the city ye&teidcty boosting tor theit
Uliautautiua which will bo held next
mouth. They hud their band with
them aud while heie favored our peo
ple with some splendid inusic Uloom
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 house 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
Local Colt Shows Planned
Local colt shows ate beiug planned
for August and September iu different
parts of the state for the purpose of
stimulating Interest In the horse stock
of the community. The show affords
an opportunity for the owners to com
pare their own colts at close range
with those of their neighbors. Au op
portunity is ulso afforded for com
paring foals from the various sires in
the vleluity. Generally there are colts
which demonstrate the results either
of good or poor care. Such shows
cost little or uothlug and always stir
up friendly interest in the (production
of high class horses. Often the stallion
owners will assist. The colts need not
necessarily be (judged other than by
the people at large. A set of sugges
tive rules, premiums, and other mat
ters of value to a colt show committee
may be had free upon application to
ti. J. Gramlieh, Secretary Nebraska
Horse Breeders' Association, Univer
sity Faim, Lincoln.
Tuberculosis Census of
Churches to be Taken
A Tuberculosis Census of thousands
of churches In vaiious parts of the
country will be taken In September,
uuder the direction of The National
Association for the Study and Prevent
ion of Tuberculosis. The census will
be part of the preparation for the Fifth
Annual Tuberculosis Day to be obser
ved during the week of November -').
The ministers of several thousand
churches will be asked to report on
the number of deaths from tuberculosis
iu the last year, the number of llvlug
cases In their parishes ou September
1st, the number of deaths from all
causes uml tho number of members or
commuulcatits. Theso figures will be
made tho basis of an educational cam
paign, which will culminate in tho
Tubciculosls Day movement, for which
occasion set niou aud Icctuie outlines
and other forms of tubciculosls litera
ture will bo distributed free to ministers.
The Red Cloud boosters, including
their splendid baud, visited and enter
tained the citizens of Franklin for a
while this afternoon. They were ad
vottistug their Chautauqua. The edi
tor of the Progress acknowledges a
shoit but nevertheless pleasant call
from our old frieud, Col. Uosmer of
tho Coin-Ad. Franklin Progress.
Gaiduate Chicago Veterinary College
Economical Mothora Nnto tho Prices
Dollars and cents saved are
one good reason for buying
these little garments,
. But not the best reason.
The charm of the style tho
excellence of the material and
making would make them wise
purchases at a considerable
Quantities are limited but plenty of variety in
si7.es 2io 14, if you come promptly.
Pi ices from 25c to $1,25
TWELVK YKAliS KXI'KRIKNCB
AT 1IAI LEV'S TIB BARN
Rd Cloud -.- Nibratka
E. S. Garber
Real Estate, Farm Loans
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
nm mckVmmkmt Am cms
I Barbara Phares !
Agent For American Beauty and Warner B
Bros. Corsets And Buttcrick Patterns. W
Home 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.
Land To Sell, Land To Rent,
Land To Homestead
Go West through tha country along the Hurllngton and see crops and
crop prospects that astonish the world. No doubt, tho West is again at the
commencement of a cycle of wonderful crop years, such as have already multi
plied the value of Western lans,
Cheap aud desirable lands for sure Dairy Farming in Western Nebraska
and Northeastern Colorado attractive terms and assistance.
Secure a Government irrigated homestead In the Rig Horn Basin on the
North Platte Valley. Legislation is pending which will allow twenty years for
paoineut. Mondeli Homesteads? 820 acres, for a desirable stock aud dairy
firm, for only the filing fee of 122.00 Title after three years' residence.
Tell me the kind of land you are looking for. Don't let this year go by
without seeing the crogs, the stock, the homes, the prosperity and farming
results on Western lauds that only a few years ago were similar to the lands
that you can secure today.
S.B. Howard, Ass't. Immigration Agent
too A Farnam 9t; Omaha, Nebraska,
.TRY OS FOR ARTISTIG JOB PRI(iTIflG.:J
We Can Pleaae You As To Material, Style And
Workmanahip, And Our Prices Are Very Low.
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