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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1914)
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Bulletin of Tho Week's Doings
Take your cream to J. (). Caldwell.
Ralph Cii.inp whs in Uowles Monday.
George A maul: was in l'ostwlcl: Sun
day. Mist May Suotl returned to Cowles
I!oy Sattley made a business tilp to
SN .loo Thursday.
George Sliolilun and wife were Guide
Rock visitors Sunday.
Rev. George Hummel was a passen
ger to Hint) Hill Monday.
Louis Johnson of Iuavule visited
Chut It's Steward Sunday.
Cuilis Goer and wife wore passen
gets to Ftiinkliu Sunday
tlamos Sllvcy .mil wife of Inavalc
siieut Sunday In the city.
Mrs. Charles Robinson returned
homo fioni Blue Hill Saturday.
Mrs John Boehr left this morning
for Fairfield to visit her mother.
Frank J. .Monday was In Lincoln the
fust of the week on legal buslnet-s.
William Heiiulrdof Kene-aw visited
his sister, Mrs Or. Cross, Sunday. ,
Several showeis have fallen lately,
which will help the corn and alfalfa.
Leslie Oiaves spent Sunday in town
with friend.s and left Monday for Lin
coln. J. F. Grimes came down from Blue
Hill and Is usshtlUKat the Griee drug
Marlon Slawson and Cecil Barrett
were passengers to Franklin Sunday
Misses Inez and Myrtle Boner ate
homo from u visit with friends tit Le
Mrs. Cluules SchuU. and children
were passengers to Bladen to visit
with her mother.
Mrs. Alia Flndelson left Thursday
for Lincoln after visiting her slsteis
ior the past week.
Miss Huel Robinson left. Sunday
for a visit with her brother Bruce and
wife, at Cliy Center.
Attornej A M. Walter. was in town
Monday enroute lioine to Blue Hill
from Missouri points.
Will Wiight left Monday for Hust
ings, and from there to points in the
north part of the state
Mies iva Clark-returned to her home
at Smith Center, Kan.-, Monday, alter
visiting Mi"-s Vena Jlendeison
Mrs. Clara Sherer and Mrs. Geoigo
Strunliard .of Ij.avalo attended
Guldc"koe'k Chautauqua Sunday.
Hlpe Decker and wife left Satuidaj
for tholr homo at Comstoek, after vis
Ring hit brother Al the past week.
Mrs. Barbara Pliuros is hdme from1
Chicago, whore she has been buying
fall and winter goods tor her stoie.
- Miss ' Mary Essig leturned home
from UlooiiiiiiRton Monday, where she
visited her sister, Mrs. Fred Burden.
Miss Kate Fitgerald left Sunday for
Matdtou and Colorado Springs whoio
she will enjoy a three weeks' pleasure
Lon Eddy leturned homo Friday
from u ten weeks' visit with relatives
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at his O.UI Home m jiirpoiii.ui-wiiu,
Miss Zalmo Wonderly returned home
from Inavalo Sunday, where she spent
several days visiting her sister, Mrs.
W. A. Umphetiour and wife, who at
tended the funeral of his mother in
Smith county, Kansas, returned to
Mrs. II, A. Shute left Sunday for her
home at Mitchell, S. 0.. after visiting
at tho home of Mrs. J O. Craus for
tho past two weeks.
J. L. Grandstau', a formor resident
of Bladen, who now resides at Neo
sho, Mo., was in town Sunday enroute
to ids formor homo for a visit.
I have the best rato in tho county on
farm loans. Seo mo and be convinced.
My motto-prompt service.
A. T. Wai.kkii.
Miss (ieorgettu Coon of Red Cloud,
Neb . ami Mrs. Ella Fendt of Hoopes
ton tiro visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Armstrong. The Fisher
Mr. and Mrs. Archie McMurray, for
merly of Waterviile, Kan., visited his
father, Alex McMurray, tho past week
and left Monday for their new home
Charles Steward doliveied n ship
ment of thoroughbred Shorthorn heif
ers to L. C. Sayles at Colorado Springs
Thursday and received a very high
price for tho same.
On lust Friday evening at i! o'clock,
at Alma, occurred the marriage of
Miss Dora E. Ludlow of Franklin to
J. C. Goer of this city. Miss Ludlow
was operator for tho telephone com
pany ut Franklin and Mr. Geor is wiro
ohlof of the Liucolu Telephone Co. in
this city. They will uiiiko their homo
in this city, arid tho Chief, along with
"Red's" many friends, wishes him nnd
his bride much joy and prosperity.
Veritnn Zel-s relumed home from
Geoige Wnrieii was a Superior visit
or Thins lay.
Flank Lllinger and wife were In
George Sheldon nnd wife weri Guide
Boek visitors Sunday.
Branson Stewart is visiting his pa
tents in Lincoln this week.
Miss Beatrice MeKelghan returned
home from Lincoln Saturday,
Miss AnnaCowieof Uosemont is vis
iting Miss Pearl Sheier this week.
William Weosner was in Lebanon,
Kan , last Friday at the anniversary.
Howard Yost, Will limner and Glenn
l'oo i etui lied homo ftotn Deweese Fii
day. John Foster and daughter, Miss Lva
spent Sunday in Kepnblicnn City with
Mrs Hubert McBride and children
are In Boulder, Col ," this week enjoy
log an outing.
1'otey McMiur.iy of KhoHqii was
called home Fildayby the serious Ill
ness of his mother.
Mrs. Hubert Johnson of Mt'CooU is
visiting her sister, Mis. Blaekledge. in
Bed Cloud this week.
Hly of Met'ook was in town Frl-
If you have headache or your child
has tin oat trouble sco Dr. Warrick,
Tuesday, September 1st.
A lecture by Chancellor C. A Fiilmer
will be given Friday evening at S
o'clock at the M. V. church.
John Sehlelf returned home from
Kansas Sunday, wheie he visited his
patents for tho past two weeks.
John Tomlinsott accompanied his
sister, who has been here' for the past
tluee months, to Chicago, Monday.
Mrs. n. F. Miwr and daughter Jose-
phino toturned homo the (list of the
week from n month's visit in Oregon.
Dr. and Mrs Anthony visited Misses
Dessioand .elhi Taylor Friday, while
enrottto homo to Maryvllle, Mo., from
Denver, via auto.
Dr. Warrick, The Specialist, will
meet eye, ear, no'O and thtoatputlents
and those; needing glasses- lltted at D'"
OameiuH's olllce in Bed Cloud, Tues
day, September 1st.
Mrs. R. J. Solt, mother of, and Mrs
Martha Stone, an aunt of Mrs. Charles'
Steward, returned to their home at
Ashville, O , after visiting here for the
past thiee weejis.
The Young Women's Society of the
Congregational church wilt hold an
iee cream social Thursday evening.
August. 27, on the church lawn. Tliby
will serve homo-mado ice cream, cake
and sheibet, Price 15c.
Mlss"S Dessie Taylor, Fay Teol, Get
initio Blaekledge and Mabel Buckles,
and Messrs. Miner and Phil Sherwood
Jack Cather and 'Floyd Tuinun', chap
eroned by Miss Irene Miner, are camp
ing at Deweeso this week.
Mi. C. E. Cross and eliildieu came
up from Bed Cloud Monday evening
ami are vlsitii.g at tho home of Iihi
piuo'its, .Mr. uid Sir.-? C L. Owen.
Wednesday' Franklin News.
Tho bachelor editor of tho Bed Cloud
Chief goes on record as believing that
mariiugfl is uov longer u lottery. A
shadow gown on a sunshiny day con-vartudhlm.-Monday's
On last Thursday afternoon the
"fats'' and "leans" of thin city met on
tho ball diamond and proceeded to
have that long wanted ball gamo. The
"fats" won tho game by a scorn of 1
Dr. Itobert Mitchell, L II. and Allan
BlaeUiedge and Flavins Urice loft Sun
day for Tabernash, Col., where they
will spend the next two weeks demon
stiating the art of angling mountain
Grant Bailey left Sunday for Don
ver for a week's out lug.
John Sehlief has resigned ills posl.
Hon with the Red Cloud Auto Co.
Geo. W. Llndsey left last, Thursday
evening for Cripple Creek, Coloi ado.
Will Edson nnd' wife attended the
Chautau(im at Guide Bock Sunday.
A S3 gold fountain pen for only Wc
by Hading t'i f0 cash at Henry Couk'.s.
Percy Ludlow and wife of Holdrego
are visiting his parents in thiselty this
Hatvev Bicketson and Frank Abel
attended the Chautauqua at Franklin
Mis.'McXeny and daughter, Helen,
arrived home from Lincoln and Omaha
.Marion Mercer and Phil Sherwood
returned home lastFriday evening
Cluules Kellogg left for Allen, N'eb ,
whole he will be pilnelpal of the
schools this year.
Mr. and Mis. Bobt. Avery and sou
are homo from Deweese where they
have been camping.
J. J. Felion who has been acting as
agent for the 11. & M , left Tuesday
evening for Oxford.
Bverton Foe of Shetldau, Wyoming,
is visiting Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs.
ham Foe, this week.
Ivan Himos was homo from Norcatur,
Kas.T over Sunday. Ho Isongineor for
Chas. Norris' threshing outlit.
Mrs. Alia G. Flnlayson, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. E. M.Guid, was, tnnrrlod
in Lincoln this week to Albert W.
Mudra of that city.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Harbor and Mts
Hayes attended the funeral of F. M.
Phillips, at Superior, Tuesday.
Miss Louise Manning who has been
tho guest of Miss Marybolle Hassinger
returned to her homo at Hastings this
Aaron Hedge and Harvey Rickorson
were in Bloomlngton last night on
business, which, wc aie informed, did
not pertain to tho tonsori.il art or Un
making of Hour.
.Mrs. Geo. McMurray, a daughter of
Mrs. C. Harlan, passed away at her
home elghteon miles south of Bed
Cloud on Wednesday morning. She
leaves to mourn her death, u husband
and twelve children.
Tln fat and lean ball teams of this
city met again Wednesday afternoon
on the ball diamond. Tho leans won
the game by a seme of l'J to 4. Rusel
Amuck and Grant Christy was tho bat
tery for tho fat team. Vernon Zeiss
and Paul Polnioky was tho battery for
the lean team.
Mr Louisa Hun or, accompanied by
her .daughter, Mrs. Eva Dt'tor, left on
Wednesday evening for Denver, Col
Mis. Deter has spent the past tw'o
weeks In this city, being called here
by the Illness of her mother, who, we
,uo pleased to announce, ir. much lm
pYoved and lutings to remain at the
homo of her i'rt.i'..er in Denver for
The Nebraska P.ntl.uid Cement mill
started the fire in uuu uftho driers to
day, and in the couisii of several days
will bo turning out cement. They
have been crushing rock some time,'
and last night put on a night force.
About 7.1 men are now employed and
the number will bo doubled soon. It
takes considerable time to got a big
mill of this kind into active operation,
and when they do start they do not
want to stop. Wednesday's Superior
Joe MeCallum took a load of melons
to Bladen this week.
George Tiino made a business trip to
Blue Hill this morning
Mr and Mrs J. E. Bet were In Nor
ton, Kansas this week,
Miss Pearl LaFluer of Hastings visit
oil fi lends in town Wednesday.
George llolllstor was in McCook
Wednesday on company business.
W. 0. Fowler and W. B. liytui ol
Lebanon, Kas., were in town Mondayf
p. A. Mercer at lived in town Wednes
day to visit hi'i biother M. A. Meieer
Buy Gather of llebion Is in town
this week vUitlng his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Garber.
I lie Congiegatlonal ladles will hold
their market at Wullbrandt'.s stole on
Saturday, August i'Dth.
Chicken" Meredith is walking with
a uutiu this wei-k. He stepped on a
nail and eoiis-'iptently hay a soro foo.
Miss Lama Hedge went to Bloom
lngton .Sunday evening to attend the
IVuiiMin County Tetichets' Institute.
Tht' Ihlileen mouths old baby of Mr
and Mrs. Henry Johnson who live in
Catherton township died Monday after
noon. The funeral was held Tuesday
at the New Virginia chinch.
"Fools and Their Follies," will be
the topic at the Sunday evening ser
vice at tho Methodist church at S
o'oloek. Special music by the choir
and a solo by Glen Walker. Morning
subject: "Looking on tho Dark Si'de,
and How to Cure It".
END OF SEASON
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B. F. Hudson and wife visited II. C.
M. Kuncleand wife visited relatives
in Lawrence Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs E. K. Haas visited A.
F. Krauso's Saturday.
Miss Fein Wright visited her broth
or, II. C. Wright Sunday.
Mrs. T. W. Schultz was a Hastings
visitor two days last week.
II, Buiiljer, wife and baby daughter
visited 0. Lunipiiian'h Sunday.
Miss Verini Wright visited friends in
Hastings three days of lust week,
Ben Turner of Hastings visited the
Eviiugiulal chinch people Sunday.
P. II. Allen and wife visited their
daughter, Mrs. jlelmlek last Sunday.
Mr, and Mrs. A. F. Kraiiso and Ed
waul Quiggle autoed to Hastings Mon
Miss Anna Cowol is attending the
teachers' institute at, Bed Cloud this
The Ladles Homo and Foielgn Miss
ionary Society met at C. Henderson's
ILillio Bobinson and Vol hi Wright
attended tho dance at Geo. Bunkor's
Mrs. A. V. Krnusp was out to II
Autubom's last week taking erne ol
her sister who was ill.
Ren Labough and wife, and W. B
Shirley went to Lincoln to tho Evan
gielal conference Monday.
Mis Ethel Searl of Lawrence took
care of the central ollice for her grand
mother, Mis. P. Allen Sunday.
The iee cream social given by Mr.
and Mis. F. G. Stenen's classes Satur
day evening was well attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Loo Crawford and
children autoed to Blue Hill Sunday
to visit her mother who is very ill at
Mr. and Mrs Hudson and children
Mr. and Mrs. II. Rose and children
Misses Vollu and Ethel Wright drove
to the Blue river at Paulino, Satin day
evening, and llshed untlL Sunday eve
All report a good time, but not many
j CLEAN-UP j
The Year's Most Important
Money Saving Event
Wc Will Sell For Cash
Kuppenheimer, Clothcraft and
Society Brand Suits
Straw Hnta One Half Price Except Panamas
100 Pairs o Men's Oxfords, worth $3.50,
554.00, $4.50 and $5.00, at per pair
A FEAST OF BARGAINS FOR ALL
Sale Commences Saturday, July 11
Jhe Qomden-Kaley Gln9 G-
Red Cloud's Foremost Clothiers
Warner's Lace-Front Models
Showing latest cut
less model, for medium
figures. In fact so low
at the bust that it can
be said there is no bust to Hat all.
The skirt is very long, but cut tb
give freedom without sacrificing
style. Boned marquisette flap
under jjte lacings. Trimmed with
lacehnd ribbon, Six Security
Rubber Button Hose Supporters.
Hooks to the bottom of the sjtirt.
Vflk&W-iCftrfiYr UiJa i E7J. J. ClAJt
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EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED
Agent For American Beauty and Warner
Bros. Corsets And Butterick Patterns.
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Program For Week Commencing
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, ther,e is no chance when
you tradowrlh us. You are
sure of what you get.
Monday and .Tuesday
AUG. 31 and Sept. 1
THE QUICKSANDS. A two-part
story of the Philippines.
ISKOXCUO HILLY'S LEAP. West
BOYS of the I. O. U. Comedy.
Wednesday and Thursday
SEPT. 2 and fl
i HE TREASURE SMP.-A two-part
Kalem MyHtery story.
BUNNY'S SWELL AFFAIR. Corn
ed)'. BLOTTED OUT. A .Mexican war
Friday and Saturday
SEPT. t and S
THE INVENTOR'S WIFE.-A two
HER G R A N J) M OT II E R'S WED
The WIDOW of RED ROCK. A
comedy with Willie Yap as the Widow,
B. E. JWeparland
NOTEChango In Hours
Commencing next Monday, Aug. 17,
flrst show at H;00, second ut 0:30.
Heal fcstnfc Iransfers. A"
Real Estate TransfoiH furnished by
M. W. Caiter, Bonded Abstractor, Red
Otto J. Klnjf and wife 'to L. E.
Speuec, wd, Lot IS, Bile. 1,
Speuce'h and Add to Bladen . . . 17.1
Walter L. Rhea and wife to
Leroy E. Spenee, wd, lot 13,
Itlk. 1, Speneo's lind Add to
Class Hose and wife to lieury
Blobnum, wd, lot G, Bile. 14,
B. F. Morgan to A. J. Morgan,
wd, lot 13 G, In s.oi see. 4-U-10
and all of lllk. l!i, Foe & Mc
Bride Add to Co wles 1
Charles II. Patten and wife to E.
U. Overman, wd, west pa.'t of
lllk. 11, Kaley & Jackson's
Add to Red Cloud WOO
D. J. O'lCeefoand wife to Martin
D .lohiibou, wd, part out lot :t,
Rohrer's Add to Blue Hill 37.10
Emuiou L. Faweett and wife to
Village of Cowles, wd, part
Surveyors Lot 5, In N ,E.
See. 1---10 , I
L. E. Sponco and wife to W. F.
Spenee, wd, lots 10, 11, l'J and
1 1, block l.Spenco'H second add
to Bladen S30o
E.G. Boliauan and wife to Hazel
P. Smith. o,ed, part nef .'lo-Ml 1
David Paul to Edward V. Paul,
wd, part ho U 33-3-10 1000
Mortgages tiled, 8131.
Mortgages released, ?J25o.
Why Rent and Work
For Your Landlord?
when the roallty of ownership is open to you? Take stock of yourself as a
renter. Are you any bettor off than you wore live years ago? Go West now,
tako a Momlell homestead In Wyoming or buy 100 acios of land in Western
Nebraska or Eastern Colorado on easy terms, witli financial aid, if you become
a dairy farmer. See the West'H heavy crops of 1914. Note the succoss of dairy
farmers, made certain with tho feep crops and the silo. Ask Western bankers
how cream checks in their locality establish a farmer's credit. Note what fire
years' industry has brought to the farmer adjoining the laud offerod to you.
Would you not give five years of your life if you could develop a dairy farm
for yourself and cueute an heritage for your family'.'
Write me for Homestead folders or Deoded laud matter and about per
sonally conducted excursions. I am ir. touch with the owners anil with the
Government. I am paid to locate you along the Burlington Railroad.
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