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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1915)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Bulletin of Tlio Week's Doings
liny it nt home
I'M Witiwor wont to Chester Monday.
1) M Aln'1 spent Saturday in Hast-
Vol ikiii Zeiss wns u Hustings visitor
IM Uurrof (.iiiidc Unci; was in town
shi'illY Hedge, returned Saturday
Hrlng In your cream and buy coal.
J. 0. C ild well.
Will Mount ford went to Orleans
Mr. Uernard MeNeny was hi lint
lugs Saturday. ;
howls Vuvrieku was down from lilne
Coats and Suits at )i I'rlco for Cash
Minor Ilros, Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Clark arc on the
hick list this wiok.
Marshal Christy has been busy this
week killing dogs.
Win. Kirkpatriok oHiulde Itock was
in town Wednesday.
TOK HUNT A good ft-room house
lliiti'lilsnii .fc Suhideii. adv
Wiiricn and Silver liOiigtln wore
down front Hustings Tuesday.
Frank Starr shipped two cars of
horses to this St Louis market Sunday.
s Tho farmers' Institute at (Stride Hock
will be in full swing today and tomot"
Friday and Saturday
February 19 and 20
A two teel navy drama, In tlio mak
ing of which the I'nlted States govern
ment humeri n sub-marine vessel
tioveriu oilieers and many sailors
Actually operated tlio nici'hauim of
the "sub-marine" and the views are
made with a great lldelity to detail.
It is the real thing and every bit of
the action is true to life.
VIVIAN'S HBAL'TV THST -Comedy
FOR I HAVE TOlliED-Conieriy.
Having secured tho II. C. Cutter
stock yards wo are now prepared to
take care of your stock and will pay
the highest market price See us.
Regular Prices 10 and 5 cents
7 30 and 0:13
A few Hull' Wyandotte cockerels for
bale at SI each. Inquire of Mrs. G. W.
Clarence Ki.cr returned homo Fri
day from a trip to Omaha and (Jrand
Ilrakeumn Hoy Robinson was down
from McCook last week visiting his
Tony Clark arrived home this week
from Ohio whore he had been visiting
Frank Vavrlcku and Sam Johnston
iiiwrniiniitiieri their stock to Kansas
Coats and Suits at Jj Price for Cash
Miuer Bros. Co.
Chester Sheeluy Is Installing a bar
ber emporium iu the Sunny Side
billiard parlor this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Klllngcr rue the
proud parents of u baby boy, which
arrived at their home last Friday.
Frank Cowdeu went to Chicago last
week to buy spring and buminor goods
for the Cowden-Knley Clothing Co.
Mrs. Kufus Miksch aud son Amos
went to Oneida, Kus., tho first of the
week to attend the wedding of Will
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Warner of Lewis
ton, N. Y., arrived in the city Friday
evening for a visit with Dave Kaley
George Tophani aud wife or Blue
Hill weioin Red Cloud Sunday attend
t,,cr tim weddinc of his brother Joe
and Miss Grace Leonard.
On Wednesday at Oneida, Kas., oe
curred;theiweddlng of Miss Coy Fuller
Rulo to Mr. Will.Mlksch of this city.
Will is a son of Rufus Miksch and wife.
Harlan Camp returned to Hurling
ton, ;ol.,last.Thursday. His brother,
Dr. R. E. Camp, accompanied him
homo for a short visit with his pa
routs. The thoroughbred stock bleeders of
Smith County will hold a combination
sale Feb.l'Jf.tli.lcoiislstingof l'ercheion
llior-os. Durham, Hereford and Moisiein
fcattle, and;.Poland China hogs, about
1 head all told.-W. II. Lewis, Secy.
Lust Saturday afternoon the Degree
of Honor lodge gave a miscellaneous
shower at the horn of Jlr. and Mrs.
Clark SI evens for Mrs. Clare Pope. A
pleas int time was spent by all piesent
after which rtfieshments were terved.
Miss Gruco Leouaid ns pleasantly
surprised on Friday afternoon when a
number of her friends caino In and
gave her n canucd fiuit shower. Re
freshments were served and a pleasant
iiftoruoon was spent despite the rain
which canteen the evening.
Miss Gertrude Coon, county super
lutendent of Webster county, was in
town Wednesday In conference with
Supt. Uarr concerning the program of
tho Ceutral Nebraska District Teach
ers' association to bo given at Kearney
in March. Hastlugs Republican.
The business of tho Retailers of the
State of Nobraska annually runs into
the hundreds of millions. Many pro
blems confront tho retailers In hand
ling this immense business. At tho
annual convention of tho State Feder
ation of Retailers in Lincoln, February
'Z'l to '.'(J, these, problems will be discuss
ed by prominent merchants of the state.
The following couples were granted
marriage licenses by Judge Kaniiej :
Otto (i-siiiugof lilue Hill and Minnie
Alsh-benof Co.vles, Feb. ': Walter E
Liiiubiccht of Inavalo anil Mabel Pal
mer of Red Cloud. Feb. IU.
Rowley It. I!os of lllnden was
brought before Judge K'trinoy Monday
in county court charged with a-sault
with intent to commit rape, tlio com
plaining witness being his rJ year old
daughter. Owing to insulllcieiit evi
dence County Attorney Monday
changed the complaint to a charge of
assault, and ho was given a sentence
of ninety days ii: tho Hotel do Hedge,
by Judge Ranncy.
The Sub-Marine Spy
At The Tepee
Friday nnd Saturday evening the
program ot tho Tepee will include a
two reel picture untitled tlio "Sub
Marine Spy," irr which tho real work
ings of tlio modern war vessel are
shown. Tho United Stotes government
furnished one of its leading sub
marines, fully olllecred and manned to
the Universal company for the making
of the pictures and practical demon
strations are made of the operations of
tills modern war craft. The story is a
strong one, tho action and settings the
The Sunday school has nn orchestra
now and will add several pieces as
soon as books arrive,
Get your babies name on the Cradle
The pastor preached a sermon last
Sunday on the Century of Peace be
tween England and America.
Iteuular cottnue nraver meotimr every
Tuesday evening. Try and attend tho
one nearest your home.
Tho cause of the Frecd-man will bt
represented next Sunday morning.
He sure to hear it.
Rev. H. W. Marsh was in town Mon
day and Tuesday.
Next Sunday evening tlio subject of
the scrmou is "An Eye Opener".
Circle No. 1 of the Ladies Aid society
held their regular Kensington at the
parsonage Monday afternoon. In the
evening they entertained the Quarterly
Conference at a six o'clock luncheon.
Tho dinning room was bountifully
decorated iu keeping with St. Valen
tino's day. The luncheon served bullet
stylo was enjoyed by everyone Fol
low Ing this there was a social hour
and the regular business of tho church
attended to. All leportori a delightful
Mrs. M vers rendered a solo Sunday
evening which was well received by
Cottage prayer meeting next Tues
day at";:t() at the home of Lri. Lane.
There were IS present last 'ljuesday.
At best rates and terms to be had in
this state. Call for mo at State Hank
of Red Cloud. C F. C.tiii:b.
The Legislative Grind
There have been exercises ill the
senate this week, commemorating the
Lincoln and Washington birthdays
Senators Qulinby, Hoagland and Red
loid were the oialors of the occasion
and many of tho visitors who weie
present on these riavs weie given a
sample of real senatorial speech-making.
It is a pleasure to note how men
of both parties soon forget their par
tisanship when occasions such as these
Tliero hns been much opposition In
the Senate end of the state house upon
the part of stock food manufacturers
over the proposed new legislation
sought by the pine food department.
It remains to be seen whether the fel
lows who soil so piolltable an article
from the stHiidpoint of tho manufac
turer tiro In tie allowed to proceed
with inadequate laws I emulating the
business. Food Commissioner Ilaimon
lias the right idea, ami It Is wry much
to the inlciest of every good eltl.en of
this state that the pur.i food laws be
the very best that can bo made.
Representative Ainlay of Nance has
introduced a bill piovlriing for the se
lection of the souts of member h to
be made by drawing lots. In the past
it has been the custom for members to
make a grand rush for Lincoln to se
lect their scats as soon as tlioy were
elected, and as a consequence those
living iu tlio tar west were forced to
take tho seats left after the members
from the eastern part of the state had
had their pick. The bill has been re
ported for passage by the committee.
Lincoln's birthday was observed in
the house by the reading of the immor
tal Gettysburg address and appropri
ate remarks niario by Mr. Reisncr of
At tho beginning of tho present ses
sion the slogan ariorited was "Econo
my," and that slogan has been lived
up to very slnoerely. Tho employees
committee of the house, headed by W.
J. Taylor of Custer, has cut down the
number of employees to such an ex
tent that the nnvroll for tho llrst
month amounts to about half the sum
paid out for the same time in" previous
sessions. The llnanootjorninlttee, with
J. N. Norton of Polk as chairman, has
not as yet reported. It is understood
that this committee is taking an extra
amount of time this soar in order to
investigate more thoroughly all ap
propriations to bo made. The commit
tee Is making a special cll'ort to allow
only those appropriations which will
actually be needed during the ensuing
two years. Tlio purchasing of certain
supplies has been stoppok, thereby
eliminating quite an item of expense.
A bill fathered by Taylor of Custer,
prohibiting court reporters from ac
cepting fees, was iudciinltely postponed
in tho committee of the whole house.
A battle or words attended tho con
sideration of this bill. Cronln of Holt
and Lauiguu of Greeley led tho oppo
sition. When the senate refused to pass H.
R. No. 112, after that measure trad gone
through tho house with ouly eight
votes in opposition to it, there was
much talk about the two branches of
the legislature getting at loggerheads
aud of each branch retaliating on the
other. The bill provided that no
member of the state normal board
should bo selected from a county In
which was located a stato normal
school. The house passed this bill
with all good it tent. The senate, be
lieving that the incisure was brought
out to prolong the light between Ma
jors and Thomas and that tho board as
Col. Gard of Grand Island Is in the
Walt Elherton came down front
Uraud Island Wednesday. '
Attorney Halo of Franklin wis in i
Hour to Mr and Mrs Wan en
Thomas on Wednesday, February I",
-B"vCS9 -H SSSS'v-4l
Juke Ivinser left for
his home iu
(lo to Miner Ilros. Co., for all youi
wants lu Women's Wear tit ul iu Dry
(binds, (Iroceriesand Shoes.
The Degree of Honor lodge gave a
surprise party Tuesday evening for
Mis. L. Wolseh. The occasion being
Iu houoi of her birthday.
Miss Anna Schumacher of Iowa
spent the llrst of tho week here with
her sister, .Miss Loiilso Schumacher,
who is one of tho popular teachers lu
the Lincoln school.
At the meeting of tho A. ( U. W.
lodge Tuesday evening. (5 ' Cather
was elected Master Workman to till
the vacancy caii'-ed by John Throck
The W. C. T. F , will meet with Mis.
O C. Teel Wednesday afternoon, at
U:"iO, Feb. ,!. Topic, Laws of Nebraska
(inventing Women and Children, Mrs
F. L. Smith will be the Leader.
We notice lu Wednesday's Hastings
Tribune that Guy Rrarihrook of lly
shiiin, Montana aud Miss lMHh Schti
mau of Hastings were granted a marr
iage license. Fin titer particulars next
The following slitppcd stock Sunday
to Kansas City: Weesner A; Koon'z. 1
ear of hog-; Sam .lohiiston, 1 car of
cattle: Del.tney Hros.,'J cars of hogs;
Frank Vavricka, U cars mixed slock;
Chas. I'lntt.l car of cattle.
Men's Boys' and Children's
8 SUITS and OVERCOATS 8
$ AT BIG REDUCTIONS
8 20 25 333
S Reductions from regular
plain figure prices.
Only High Grade Clothing Sold Here
i KUPPENHEIMER g
Suits and Overcoats
THSZ BEST IN THE WORLD
At The Tepee
he (jomden-Kaley (jlothing Qo.
Next Tuesday will be Woodman
night at the Tepee l'lecerilug ami in
addition to. tho regular program will
be given three reels entitled, "Mtxlern
Woodmen of America in Motion Pic
tures." Showing views or head ofllco,
head camp, Foresters encampment,
etc , the story of the "Man Who Came
Hack." This story is full or human
interest, showing tho life of one who
spent nine mouths at the Woodman
Sanitarium at Colorado Springs. Theso
pictures furnish one of the greatest
object lessons imaginable and demon
strates tlio groat work that Is being
dorre by this society.
The Woodmen pictures will com
mence promptly at 7:30 followed by
the regular program at 8:.'!0. Regular
pricos, 10 and 5 cents.
uf Pianos and Musical Merchandise i
Calls Answered Day or Night
ALL THE PHONES
Do Not Gripe
Wo have n pleasant ktxativo that will
do jiint what you wnut it to do.
Wo 6cll thousands of them and wo
Lavo never seen a better remedy lor tho
bqw els. Sold only by us, 10 cents.
H. E. Grlce Drug Co.
i A Convalescent
requires a food tonio that will rapidly
,..,.,.. . .. A.
u a moet reliable prescription which wo
,, i alwayt wconupnd (or that purpoee. ..
Vliii. H-K'. Grftf Prug Co.
Red Cloud, -:- Nebraska
Second House North ot I. 0. O. F. Hall
Graduate Palmer School
of Chiropractic, Davenport,
Spinal Analysis Free
now existing and appointed by the
governor was entirely satisfactory, re
fused to take any pari in the light and
decided lo let the htate normal board
stand its at present organized. This
episode, however, cannot break up the
harmony existing betweou tho upper
and lower branches of tho legislature.
It Is safe to surmise that during the
present session, as iu all sessions irr
the past, many bills will bo "klllod"
by one branch although they have
been passed by the other.
The Douglas county delegation Is
working more irr harmony tills year
than ever before. The feeling Hgaurst
Douglas county which Iras existed in
previous tessious is rapidly disappear
ing because the delegation Is trying to
prove that Omaha is taking an interest
iu the rest or tun siaie and desires 10
co-operate with all parts of Nebraska.
The legislature has been grinding
out a great amount of work during
tho last week. Speaker Jackson Iras a
plan for holding night meetings, but
if tire work progresses as it has started
this will be unnecessary. The souate
has passed and delivered to the house
thirty-eight bills. The house has ac
complished a little more, having passed
llfty-six bills, indefinitely postponed
twelve in theVommlttee of the whole
house, aud killed thlrty-ono iu the
Yes Many People
have told us tho same story distress
after eating, gases, heartburn. A
A nnouncemen t
We wish to announce to you
our advance Spring display of
ladies' and Misses' Coats
Styles that are
that you will approve.
before and after each meal will relieve
you. Sold only by us 26c.
H. E. GriCt Drug Co,
Wc also announce the daily arrival of our
New Spring Dress Goods
Wool Crepes, The Tussah Cloth, The Epmgle,
The Crepe De Chines in all the
new shades, Sand Nile Green, etc.
tWYou will delight In soolng thoso and wo
ploasod to show you.
Koseoe r jflfeesnar Ol U:
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