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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1915)
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Bulletin of The Week's Doings
Tiudu nl lintiiL1.
Ni-.U Wuliitsday lll he St. Pat
Attorm-y AluNVnj wont to NYlson
Momliiy on bnsiuc.
Dolancy Urns, shipped 11 car of hop.
to Kimimis City Suiul'iy.
Joi' Cimv slilppc 1 two cats of out t K
to St. .loo Suii'liiy.
Ficd TfinpU of Ivniisis City wus in
town tlio last of tliu wutdt.
lli'iny Johnson went to Liil'lalti',
Ma, Siuidity"liuirulng to atttnl n juck
Attorney l. II. llliiuUlmlj.'e urilved
home lliu ilrst of the week fioin Lin
coln. Kind Arnold ol Iuiivalu .pent riattit
day (i titl Sinidiiy in this city with
Asu Gurncy, who was snowbound at
Bine Hill for a few days returned Fil
Mrs. Myrtle Kordytv of Falls City Is
in the city visiting her mother, Mr.s.
George Wan en and wife letumed
homo the last of the week from Lin
coln nnd Omaha.
The Central Nebraska Teacher's. As
sociation will hold their meeting at
Kearney. March Si, 2."), 2Cth.
Dr. F M. Marquis of Franklin now
devotes the last three dnjs of each
week In Ited Cloud at the C H. Miner
L. L. lloren nnd family moved onto
their farm across the river last week.
George VanCamp and wife will occupy
the Horcn residence.
The Webster County Argus moved
the first of the- week to its former
headquarters under the State Hank.
Brother IMson says he will not he
obliged to carry his mall so far now.
A high class entertainment nt a low
price will bo given ut tho opera house
on Fridny evening, March 10th, at
which time oceiii s Bandmaster Beta's
Musical. The first half of the enter
tainment will consist of selections
from Hn eight-piece orchestra, tho
second half, solos and duetts. Ad
mission 25c to nil.
William J. Rodgers, aged 49 years,
0 months nnd "lG days died Tuesday
evening of pneumonia, at the home of
his mother In the north part of town
The body will be shipped to Farming
ton, III., for inteament. A mother,
t.vo brothers and one sister, all ot
whom reside here, are left to niouiu
his demise. y
Wednesday morning when this edi
tor was going to the post oillce for his
morning rnntl, we met Ernest Davlf,
the popular clerk in Weesnei's store,
his face aglow with "the smile that
wou't come off." He was inquiring for
the census taker, stating that tho
population of our city hnd been in
creased and ho desired to have It
shown immediately upon the census
report. Ernest s-ys it isa baby girl
which arrived Tuesday night.
(will relievo your indigestion. Many
people in this town bavo used them
nnd we have yet to hear of a case where
they have failed. We know tho for
mula. Sold only by us 25c a box.
H. E. Grlce Drug Co,
John WtcHict Is vei. III this uci-U
lleoige Hnrii-i I fmnlli, nn.Vid to
town hist wtek.
Dr. Nicholson arrived homo kuiula
evening from Lincoln.
$50,000 to loan on teal citato
M.'ciirlty L. 1". A Million i.
For No 1 I'eterlta and lianrf Mllo
Male seed dli ect fiotn grown, utito
J. L Wairick, Hustings
C. A. .Meicer the plmio tuner, will bo
in town Miiu'h lftth. to tune jour piano
oruigau. Woik guiuuuteed.
'lh stockholders of the Hoi Cloud
Telephone Co, will hold their annual
niii'ting in K.-d Cloud, Satin day,
Mtiieh '!(, ul 'J o'olock.-II Meirill.
It Un't much tuuilile lo nick out the
lay people when it snovss, says the
Lebanon Times A snow dilft ean
nearly ah iiji he seen on their side
Dr. Win ilek. The Spoeiullst. will
meet eye, ear, noo and thio.tt patients
and tlue-e needing glasses lltted ul Dr
Dameiell's olll.'e in lied Cloud, M-ni-day,
And, of eouis", women .voteis will
Insist on having the last woid in mat
tor political, too. That K the theo
retical last woid. They don't to illy
litter any last ones, of couise. Alma
WANTED A good steady gentle
manly salesman to handle a Ward's
wagon in Webster County. No experi
ence needed. For full nattlculars
write promptly to Dr. Ward's Medical
Company, Wliionn, Minn. Established
The Bell telephone company eon
nects with every farm nnd town tele
phone in Webster county (outside of
Red Cloud), with u live cent toll rate
to or from Cowles, Iuavnle and Guide
Rock and the diverging farm Hues at
The snow conditions on the Hast
ings Red Cloud run became so urgent,
Wednesday morning, that ii snow
plow was sent down from hero, to open
up the lino. Conductor T. A. Nash
nnd Engineer W. II. Radcllffu wore in
charge McCook Ti ibune.
Don't fall to nttond the Musical
given by Bandmaster Betz In the opera
house, Fridny evening, March llith.
The first half of the entertainment
will consist of selections from nn
eight-piece orchestra, the second half,
solos and duetts. Admission 2."c to
A fnimor explains why farm pro
ducts cost more than thfy used to,
says the Leavenworth Times. - fie
says: "When a farmer is supposed to
know the botanical name of what he's
raisin' nn' the ntomologioal name, of
the insect that eats It an' the phar
maceutical name of tho chemical that
kills It somebody has potto pay.
Bandmaster Betz's Musical will "be
given ut the opera house, Friday even
ing, March 19th. The first half of the
entertainment will cotiBlsiof selections
from an eight-piece orchestra, the
second half, solos and duetts. The
low price of 2.1c admission to nil will
At best rates and terms to be had in
this state. Call for me nt Stnte Bnnk
of Red Cloud. C F. Cathkr.
Monday Afternoon and
Evening, and Tuesday
Evening, Mar. 15 16
The Mih'im- noln vni'"' tlm mnv
inn pie'lire mi t, pri m'lil ini Anneite
Kollortiiiiii. the ")"fio' wiiiimii." mid
n runp.iliv of HMO plneis A fin)
inilHterpiurp In ev n parts; SO 10 f'"t.
An oriiMnnl mi I ilivni y lminy. To
and h lilf ho its r intem- in'trcat unit
At th 'ILITK ii. v Voidny i.f r-
lii O i Uiul fU'iilmr, 11 ij Tile d.iy t Veil
Ill.', Mirch ir, Hid 1(5.
25 ami 10c
Afternoon 10 and 5'c
To thoroughly oij i this picture "no
should he on hand Ht the openimr. The
lirnt evenintr perfoimsuce will Ust until
10 o'clock. The Ht con! will ronli'iue
until nil Imvc wten the complete picture.
The picture whs produced amidst the
enchanting enes of the Bermuda N
land. Cost $50,000 and I production
that will be watched witn delight.
Do not mini it, even if prices hive
neceHHarlly been alvanced, for the
evening ahow. You will nay that it is
well worth it.
EVENING 7:30 SHARP
AFTERNOON AT 4 SHARP
If You Are Losing Weight
and your nerves are in bad condition,
food and nerve tonic prescription.
H. E. Grice Drug Co.
Miss Rettn MoDowell has resigned
her position in Mrs. K.irbarn 1'hnres'
The Odd Fellows lodge moved Wed
nesday into tho Turnuro hall, which
they have rented.
The ladies of tho M. E. church will
hold their annual Easter Itaaitr on
Saturday, April .'Ird.
Herb Wilson of Hastings was in
town this week shaking hands with
his many friends here.
Sam Fair and family who have been
living at Duckcrville, Kansas, havo
moved bnck to Red Cioud.
Albert Copleti,who lives n mile north
of (itilde Rock, has postponed his
public sale until Match 18th.
An exchange snys our friends across
tho line into Kansas are somewhat
agitated by a brisk cont,roversey over
the real authorship of n poem entitled,,
"The Call of Kansas," which ends up
with a description of the author's-
feelings when she felt the lure o"f the
prairfes 'calling, calling me.", , A local
draw 'poker fan saysi'tiiishK.hothing'
compared to his sensations when he
hears his adversary "calling, calling,
The local in last week's issue of the
Chief in regard to Frank Richardson
of Cheyenne, Wyoming, being in the
city on a visit to his mother and
friends, should have been worded dlf
fcrcnt, ns his wife, Mrs. Frank Ri.-lji
nrdson, resides in this city. We eri
deavor, at all tlmns, to give our rend
ers all the news, in a correct way, but
mistakes will sometimes happen.
There Is No Question
but that indigestion and the distressed
feeling which always goes with it con
be promptly relieved by taking a
before and after each meal. 25c a box.
H. E. Grice Drug Co.
.1 A Tiiekett of Uoonvllle, IUsur
in ilwd in tho oily Sunday to vi-.it his
patents, Mr. ami .Mrs Tuekett.
Fnuik t'rhon and wife or Holdrege
spent tb past week heio with hei
mother, 1'rnest Dav's and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. lames Sllvey of Ina
vale spent Sunday In this city with her
patents, Mr. and Mr. Wondetly.
Mrs Fred llurdrn and baby of Bloom
lugton oaine down Sunday to vIMt iter
patents Mr and Mis. Lyman INslg.
Col Ralph Peters of (lulde Rook
was In town Saturday evening. He
had boon to tjiaiul Island and was on
Mr. and Mrs. 1'iouso returned to
Hustings Monday lifter spending a
few days hole with Mis. Ilasslngor
Mr- Anna Ililor lolunu'd to her
home ut CildweP, Idaho, Mitiudii),
after spending a few dnjs hero with
Mr it'iil Mis. Robert Avery.
Mis Frank Rluhnid-ou left this
uu.iiiiug fur Hustings to be with her
htishititl who under went uti opeiatlon
ut I list place tho llrst ol I he weelc.
Mis ,lohn Wtsley It iehr lelurnod
home from a shoit visit with lior
patents at Fnlrlleld, on Monday night
She was iieooiupsiiied home by hor
sister, who will attend school here.
Mis Lrnest Welsoh reliniied homo
Satutdny night fiom Hastings where
she had hor eyes opruted upon for the
romoviil of cataraots Wo ate pleased
to note thai every indication points to
the opeiatlon luuing been successful.
Tuesday afternoon the tiro depart
ment was called to Fiauk Cowdeu's
home Mr Cowdeti had boon engaged
In burning nut tho chimney, and ll is
piesumod that in so doing tho roof
was Ignited However, the blao was
soon extinguished, but not until
considerable dHinage was done.
HMa.iJfMMMMiaifkHMI 1 mtm-VJIT
Tlio citi.ens of Red Cloud are here
by called to meet In the Court House,
Monday evening, March loth, ut 8
o'clock, for the purpose of placing in
nomination candidates for city ollloeis
One Police Judge.
Ono Councilman 1st Ward.
One Councilman 2nd Wind.
Two Members of School Board.
A D. R.NN'i:r. Chairman.
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We arc tjlad to announce our
Big Spring Showing of Seasonable Merchandise for
Men, Young Men and Boys in
NEW SPRING SUITS
X HATS :: SHOES
JF Our buyer has just returned from the hi
Jl Eastern markets and wu are prepared to
show you exceptional bargains in high-
j Kuppenheimer Hand Made Suits
J (For Men and Young Men)
8 $18.2 to $30.2
Cloth Craft Suits for Men and Young
$10.22, to $20.22
Wo solicit your trado for dependable merchandlte and promise
th.bMt treatmant In our power to give you.
The Gen,,Kaley &thin9 C
list 0? tetters
Remaining uncalled for in this oillce
for the week ending March 111 ll (3eo.
Hluss, Hoy Howard, W. T. Hoover,
Anda Haiifel'd, Mrs. A. R Harr.li, Mlsrf
May Jones, C. A. Ready, L. J'. Smith.
Maiy Smith, Kill Smith The.se letters
will be sent to the dead letter oillce
March '20th, If not delivered before.
II. C. Lkiso.n, l M.
A truly wonderful display is awaiting your
inspection, The most wonderful collection
of fashionable garments ever exhibited.
SPRING OXFORDS NOW IN
Oui desire to sell you is but supplemental to
our interest in you seeing them.
April Pictorial Review Patterns Now In
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J.T. Uutledge was home over Sun
Margaret Waldo Is quite sielc
Harry Cloud has the measles
T. A. UetUiii has moved
Rivet ton. r
Ole Nelson is moving onto Mis
M. A. Mlcheul bought a fine span of
mates lust week.
K. E. Pnyne has sold some horses to
an eastern buyer.
Willie Itenkel sold a valuable team
of mules this week.
Foiuteen cms of stoek vwis shipped
from luavule Sunday.
Hunnuh Jorgenson is helping Mis.
W. K. Heam this week.
Mrs. ,1. W. Keiule has gone to Lin
oolu to visit relatives.
The Farmers Union shipped hogs
Kansas City Wednesday.
The measles are In the Harvey, Cop
ley aiid'UrosMiiun families.
Mis W. Vj Ueati lias gone to Lin
coln where- she expects to take medical
A. 10. Woleott has rented hl butcher
shop to lierl Leoimrd and is going to
fat m this summer,
Con Wilson and 1 .1. Peterson ship
ped several cars of stoek to K. C,
Wednesday of this week.
Eustaec lienti has moved onto the
John DttUriiuer fiiim and says he Is
going to batch, but look out.
D. L. Love joy has a Fold enr and
siijs he Relieves suiiitoue slipped it ill
1 1 his oveictmt p eket vshilu in Kansas
Charles 1'u'v.er Iimr gone lo Uadford,
Michigriu, vhere he cvpeuts to farm
this nitimi'T, and Iva's eyes link veiy
b'uo the-it dajs
Friday ap Saturday
Nice bananas, regular.
30c per dozen,
15c Per Dozen
Extra Large Celery, per bunch
Fancy Leaf Lettuce, per bunch
Fancy Radishes, per bunch
Fancy Shallots, per bunch
Fancy Rhubarb, new, per lb
New Texas Turnips, per lb
Roscoe P. Weesner & Co.
Have You Found Any Contradictions
In the Bible?
(Hand them to the Pastor of the United Church by March 14th)
Sunday Evening Subjects for Jlareb:
MARCH 7-"Was Moses .Mistaken?"
MARCH 14--"Did God Ever Drown the World?"
MARCH 2 1 --"Contradiction The Bible Against
-MARCH 2B--"Is the Bible a Good Book?"
The United Church Choir will add
interest to each service. J. L. BEEBE,
Ask The Chief About It. Pastor
Kick headache, biliousness, pil
bad breath arc usually caused by inac-
.tivo bowels, uct a box 01 iiexau,
Orderlies. They act gently and eflco-'
ktivcly. Sold only by us at 10 cents.
H. E. Grica Drug Co.
E. S. Gao-ber
Heal Estate, Faun Louns
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
FOR KENT A Rood
(Iutohl&ou Si Saladen.
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS4
OVER STATE BANK
Hrliig In your oream and buy (teal.
J. O. Cildwell.
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