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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1914)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Burlington's New Through Line
The Hiii'llngUm's new in Online thmiigh Co ilral Wymn'iig brings u niw
rO'i.itiy wit Iiiii close loui'li wHh tin- Kistainl South.
The hoiiiebiilltler with n lim bundled dollais In.- hern the ehn"-e ut a
life time I In- Held is br.iml: 111 nir ' .v m-; ficips ns u.-i'lutn asvnil, sunshine,
au.l inolstur e-iu in ike them. .M ik i trip over thin great niilioml. See
1) uglns, tlmt noted tuck centerdsper, fuitntiiN fir hr sheep, oil IMiN himI
ri'll'i-iii'S 'l'h. in ipi. lis, htruii rally lint Spilng iiiut.itl mi- and tin- K'ent
ti vi i i-es Uimiiti'.v in which ii In tliH jfHlmvny. N
H'o ii li r r p rn tins of tli 13' Horn IUui iw jrou truoiiw Ihelr
fi i ill vail . V -iliinl. It isln, Urevbiill, tiiif-ll. I1 fl' C "If and n Jirtp. V
e ii in ilvn tlil-' ji iriu-v ')t ot new train lMrte"-tt lr tlif'fiin Mild
UM'nx-'-i I'Vfi v mile prs enLintr mirpr! e in Siiente mrm ot U 5',,,,,l' viillt.v
Ask for till Imim udlliig iiliniil Ilic elfin tM. i-rij M. '(.'.m-W, ('vi r ni' ll'
liT t.(i i il li inn sl '' under llo inteiest J'ljinr un iiu-o N ditev Ve , '
fnilVuns In ' ' I . Ii f . ,
S.3. Howard, A ss't. Immigration Agent
1004 Faritarn St., Omaha, Nebraska
Are Made Right
Reasonable coE m ANa SEE
NORTH WEST JEWELL
Worth Shlppinmi marketed hog on
Aiiron Weaver hiiiI mollu-r visited ut
Chess Shn5l' 'h Sunday.
Mis Vl'ili-t iMnrtlii spent a few iluv
iliu (IriLof tin) wek hum with her
iiuiit, Mrs, SSi)iIit.
KcVIVltl IllUI'tlllgS will begin at Hlgl
1 jt tul de.vl Siiiiiiii,. Kerbody is ii"
VltCl) 1(1 l"llie Hll I ilOlp
Allljl Ijllllli (Dl Hill) Itll'gl-S plMll
UnMiy .Monday at her home in Isn i h
limit di, aflvr mi .'illness of a yetu'H
A VcfJ .II I'piW I ll'tetlleil Un T
II cvhiit nfNttf, hhiio i'V jiUiint n hi
Well, Tlltt l.tult-V At I i'l'lffjr nf
U'lUm v I fit u r, i
0t up' rjglit tn tho-inornlt.tr?. Go to
boil right, ut iil'tlit. Start wi'h loy Pi
your hcttit, hvjo in -the future, kind
lipsn In. your purim.
If It Iff r dark day, novtr mind; you
vlll l (I'tcii it np if it is ri btifiht day,
you will nd'J to the litlMUlncBa. Give
u word of clion-, a kindly greeting and
a w itn handrhnko to our friends.
If j u liavo t'lii'inles, look tip. imsH
thnm l. fnrot ntnl try to forslvn.
If all of iih would only think how
much of huninn hupplnoaa Is nndu by
aur-Hi'lvcfl, there would ho lrs3 of hit
If all of us would bear In mind that
happiness Is from within and not from
without, thero would bo a wellsprlns
of Joy In ovory heart and tho buu
would shlno forever.
Try it! I osllu's Weekly.
A (-.l rffj J
1 i ' 9 "j'A j.
k N' v-r 'sj&
Hicrh Gost of Mvim
That is what the members
of our sr
ELGIN CLUB WILL DO
Really Baby's Fault.
The youna motlier had ttt tho bJx-months-old
baby only u fo niinutca.
but upon koIiik back to It discovered
quite n large lump over one oyo. Dis
covering three-year-old Henry In thp
vicinity, she surmised tho cause ami
"Henry, did you hurt tho baby'b
"Now, I know better than that. If
you do not tell me how you hurt thb
baby's eye I ahull spank you."
"Well," said Henry, "I did throw n
block at him, but 1 told him to looi'
tho other way."
OVERIflG BROS. & GO. 2
It F. Points has h badly Npmlned
A new house is being built on the
Miss Surah Nohhi Is visiting her
bister. Mrs. Kay Artiesuii this week.
A. Jiiiisvii mill family etitertiilned
flier.ds from near Cowles last Sunday.
( Mr.s V. M Points left Satiiiday
iiij;ht for Uouldor, Colo , to visit rela-
Mrs. Oliver Sutton is very ill at tills
wilting, with small hopes for her re
Ulyite Kersey it tul wire are the par
ents ot ti nine pound hoy horn last
M. 11 Hiuisieki'i', wife mid sou,
visited ut the C'liioll Noble home Sut
tii'diiy iiIkIiL and Siuiilny.
Mis. Iji-ii Wlllnmt met with (I'lileau
aui'idelit n few dins ii'o by falling on
u ci uieiit MilU at Iiim- lioiiii'.
Ml-S Po lllil WilllO'ti.V l- vl-l ill:,'
relatives in lied Cloud Ibis week and
attending the Farmer-.' Institute. I
RcdClcud, -:- Nebraska
Second House Noith oi I. 0. 0. F. Hall
Mrs. It. Liiird mid HriieH vNhul
Frank Autuburii shelled fjmvie ICos
t icii'scorn for him Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Sehultz visited
A Sehultz ut l)evt'0i Sunday.
Olio Knegge iiml IlNs Kriuices
Momlie vlsltol A. Gestrlug Siindiiy.
V. P. Lurk and Miss Verim Wright
spent Sunday evenit.g at F. Harton's.
Mr. anil Mrs Itiui'j.'r visited their
sou, lieo. Ituntjer, at Itlue Hill Sunday.
Ugeue Oeyheurt and MWs Mlhe
Lurk of Lawieneo visited Sunday Ht
II. C. Wright's.
Mr. iiud Mrs. U. Itose ami eliildren
visited her sl-ter, Mrs. Ilepler, at
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iiuwienun vouin,iy. m
Mis. A. F. Krau'e ami iaiighters
mid Mis, F. S ovens visit.-d Mis. II.
The Misn's Anna Cowel and Peml
Sheier weu,t to Linenlli Sutiirilii'
iiinriilug'-aiii) retnrnu'l Mniid.iy even-
The L-idlcs Home mnl Foieigu Ml-v-
! Uury soeiely will give a pie Mini oysl"l
supper at the il. Crawford tiuililinu'
Itev. Smith, the new minister of the
Kvmigleial ehuie'i, was hetu Suiulny
I mid will move his family tu'o tlui par
I Miinikiti nex' week.
Pan Memorial to "miid Antheny."
The Chrster County (Pa.) Historical
society is planning to placo a mark
er upon the old homeBtead of Gen
Anthony Wayne of Paoll, and holil
commemorative exerclbes there tome
time In oarly fall.
Tlu Chester County eoclct will
?eek the aid of the Pennsylvania Vtnte
historical commission, recently ap
(iolnted, to suitably marU many ide-ces
of 'historic' Interost'ln Chcrter' county
aifd the state commission will be
a?Ked to take care of the old Friends
meeting liouso at Mlrmlngham. near
the Urandywlne battlefield.
It Ib proposed to erect a taolM nar
that old Goshen meeting house, near
which there came near being a battle
between tho American army and the
Prltlsh troops In the fall of 1777 There
came a heavy rainstorm as the tiring
began, and the forces withdrew from
a A 1 .il t
resources i. t;o iirxvr rrcuioa oi purcr.ocing uty win
savo many doJlcrs. A w'uolcsaie purcim-je oi live Finest IE f gin move
ments in the highest grade 20 and 2G year warranted Hand Engraved Gold
2?iHod Hunting and Onon Face Cases, in all sikos, compete ino to distribute
those quidcly and enables me to make very special pricsa.
Watches that have never sold for less than 523.00 to 032.30 arc
now offered at your choice for ($25.00 and only by special permission on
account of the large purchase am I permitted to make this price.
Furthcr-You have the privilege of owning one oi these high grade
timepieces on o small cash payment oJ $2.00 and the balance in easy pay
ments if you vish.
The Club opened November 7th and as the membership is limited it will
pay you to secure yours early.
Two Watches Will Be Given Absolutely Free
One wutch will be given in a guessing contest. The Elgin National
Watch Company has sent mc a sealed bottle containing watch parts. No one
knows how many pieces in the bottle. You may have one guess, as to the
number of pieces in the bottle, FREE. All that you need do is to come to
my store and register your name and your guess. The person guessing the
nearest will receive free their choice of either Man's or Ladies1 Watch on
display in my show window.
Contest Opened Saturday, November 7th
The other watch will be given free to some member of the Club.
It will cost nothing to investigate this offer and vou will save dollars if
you buy a Club Watch and you may own two watches for less than the regular
11 cost of one.
y Call, Write or Telephone For Full Particulars
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p & - & w a & i t ff :
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Graduate Palmer School'
of Chiropractic, Davenport,;
Spinal Analysis Free
Phone Intl. 213
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OYER SU1E BANK
THE ALARM is a liieiuHul think'
OF FIRE for the man without
insuinnce. Kveiv time lie stn-s i lie
engines racing along Ids luait comes
up in hl throat if the lire is auywhoie
near his plnee. What folly, what mis
THE COST OF is so small that it
INSURANCE need hardly be
eonsiileied. The freedom from wony
a lone is worth it many times ovoi
Have us insure, you today.
O C. TEEL,
There Is no perseverance without
patience. The man who must see re
sults or who else will not work. Is
sure not to accomplish the most that
Is possible for him In life. The spirit
of persistency that can keep plugging
when nothing seems to move Is the
spirit that at length Inherits the prom
ises. Tho battle Is not to tho strong,
nor the race to the swift, but the per
sistent win out in the long run Many
lose out becauso they let up Just a
llttlo before the dawn of victory If
they had patlrnce to endure they
would toon have the Joy of a enleve
ment. Tho Way
It was dv.:i.'3 the rush hours and
the car was crowded to its full capaci
ty and thou name.
A rntlur gaudily lreb8?d young man
was etundlroj next to a German, each
holding an to tho overhanging strap
Tho car gavo a sudden lurch, which re
rulted In tho young man's stopping on
tho Germnn's toes. This Irritated the
Gorman, who addressed the other an
grily. . "Mlno friendt." ho said, "I know
mlno foot van mennt to bo valked on,
but dot brlvllego belongs to me." Lip-
Crdiir To S!nw Cause.
Sl'l.tu, '!' "r"Vrn,..lm' ! inTlier.Mirn Court
V clntei I viiintl.
Am omity inirt hoM at tlio Count
I'ourt room In unit fur sulil toimty (U'IuIht
Jlilh. . ILIUM.
IN tln umt)er utllie enlsiteot Solon H.
I if. rimt'iw ami r.ljn lite liotltlon ot
U.i Wiiiur unit ('nrii; Mutluiws iiraylm;
tiiiilailniliiMraUoii of salil tlale limy lie
i'iiiiIkI 10 Civil i:mr.r iMAiliiilnlMtratur.
iiiiiiiiii:i. Tlmt l-'rliliiy, the llltlt iluy ol
Now-iiilier . li., 11)11. at III o'clock a. an. In
iis.si. mil lor linn ln juIi! iutlllou, wluu nil
in ihoiHtnti ri'Mcil In .-s:lil mallur iiiav iiih'iii'
iilnioiinn ourl n he lielil In ami (ursuia
ooiiiii) :iulhovratiH why pnivir of jn-tl-tloncrHlioiilit
not be umnti'il: mu( tlitil notlre
( iliu ni'iiileiii'v of mm lil in Utloii unit lliu Ik ar-
lint tin riof lio ulNim to nil persons IntiireMeit
uisalil iiiutlcr, hy iinlilUlilin: a copy ot tliH
onler In Din Itcil t'lniul CliltdU weekly iicub
pnper prlnieil In salil eoimty. for three eon
bi'i'iUKii wil'Wh prior to said iluy of lunrliti;.
JSKVI.I A. I). IlAN.NKV.
I'ltKii Maiiukii, Attorney.
Oi C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector
Scientific Eye Fitting
BEST REPAIRING W
UNDER THE SON -$
Neat workmanlike repairing
i;j a branch of our business
which is given especial atten
tion. Rend Your Torn Garments To Us
We will clean press and re
pair them so that they wil
give you much satisfactory,,
wear. You are accustomed to (
having your shoes and watch '
repaired. Why not your,
ON THIS WE HAVE BUILT OUR
YHEN we lgan our
vv business career in
in Red Cloud we took as
our motto the one word
Quality and we believe
all our patrons will agree
with us that it has truly
been our slogan -all this
time. Our reputation for
high-grade Groceries is
well known. We are fully
prepared to supply all
your wants in our line
P. A. Wullbrandt
THE HOME GROCERY
E. S. Gaurber
Ileal KstnU, Fat in Loans
KeJ Clcud, - Nebraska.
Cleaner and Dyer
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