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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. CHIEF
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Bulletin of Tho Week's Doings
Ladies' Suits at Miner -at $10 and up
John Havel wu in Hastings I'rlibt; .
Iloy Mmsli whs up from Guide UooU
$50,000 tu Iciiui on real otitic
security. L. P. Alimuiht.
Hrlng in vour croiuti ami liny coal.
J. O. Cildwell.
Tho Host of Shoes "tjuooiJ'iality"at
Miner Uros ( o.
Frank Cowdon was in Palisade this
week on business.
Have you seen thiwlluo spring Shoe
nnd Oxfords at Miner Itros Co.'.
Miss Irene Pegg returned homo
from Lincoln Saturday evening.
I)r Reno of Superior spent Sunday
in tills city with Dr. R. K. Camp.
"Why Girls Lento Home," at tho big
tent, Monday, evening, May loth
John Wolfe spent Friday and Sat
tiriluy in Sutton visiting relatives.
You will see n Rood clean show at
the big tent, Monday evening, May 10
Order your Lettuce. Radishes. Celery
and other vegetables from Miner llros
Are you going'.' "A here! To see the
Lowis Stock Co Monday evening, May
loth. I am.
Glen Foe and Howard Yot spent a
few days last week in Lindoln visit
Mrs. Bessie Andprson of Omaha ar
rived In the city the last of the woi It
to visit her mother.
Miss Flossie McKimmcy went to
Guide Rock Monday morning fur u
short visit with friends.
County Superintendent Miss t ! i -trudo
L. Coon, returned homo from
Lincoln tho last of tho week.
Spring Suits! Spring Cunts! Spring
Skirts! Spring Dress (iood-! Kteiy
thing now for Spiinir at Miner Bros.
City Marshal (Jrant Uhri-tv and
Sheriiro. I) Hedge, after a diligent
search all day Tuisday, taken into
custo ly on Tuesday evening, a mile
cast of the Damerell ranch, as they
were, presumably, on their way to
Kansas, Maggie Glenn, 1' lua l'.rsois,
JJoss Barnes and Tom Maekey. The
arrets were made on iiipiest of the
sherill' of Franklin oounU. who holds
a tvnrrunt for Tom Mickey, ln being
charged with enticing joimu girts
utvuy from homo. The (''imiltiin enmity
sherifreaniodowuouXo.il the -nine
evening for the quartette. The ghA
uro ubout 15 and 10 jours of age.
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Want better tea?
Want tea with a finer
Want that flavor guaran
teed? Then ask for
'The Kind With theFlavtn"
Try a package today.
F. G. Turnure & Son
Remember We Give S. & H. Green Stamps
"s t u' Coats Ml S.i an I uput Miner's.
A .1 HniRir was up funn Outdo Illicit
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f . ..i , l. i . v.nl levilie heuwen acts
tti li t'l L vl Si ,!!, o '.
l ..I ll 11 111 I I il t,MtU III it Oil
iut'i(! ,i , ,i,il.,'i io. itlcnoc uii Locust
t ir spline "Ok I' -U ies li irii :i- Iv
'"I ml they ..io i.e..uilis - Til" Bids
I', te. ,-iten anil r,. ,.( Blue Hill
spe t .'i.L. ....,) i.i iuia ui.y wuli Bd,
A . i'-k and wife
BiiV a si'Ms.in ll-ket ftir The Lewis
Stock Co and save money. Seo big
ad in this piper for prices.
'.In tu Miner Bros, Co, for all yotn
wants in Women's Wear and in Ury
Goods, Groceries mid Shoes,
Roy Jones of Clay Center arrived in
the city Saturday evening to visit his
wife and her parents, Mr and Mrs.
On Monday Ed. A mack purchased
Howard Wilt's undertaking business
nt Guide Roek and removed tho stock
to his establishment hero.
Mrs. J. O. Llndley assumed chnrgo
of her stand on Webster street anil
Fourth avenue, on Saturday, mid
Charley is again at the helm.
Rev Beebe is in Beaver City today
attciidinga convention of the Christian
churches of tho Sixth distrlot. Ho
will deliver an address on church
union before that meeting
During tho baud concert on last
Thursday evening, Eugene, son of Mr.
a id Mrs. I). X. Bush, was thrown by
one of his young companions, falling
in such a way as to fracture his arm.
The last of tho week the Malone
Avery Co. moved their- ollleo building
into the street, and will commence the
O.'ectiou of it new pressed biick build
ing, HJ'n.Vid, this week, which will bo
u credit to that firm as well us the en
Mr. and Mrs. Alf Saladeti have re
Cudved word that Hazel Siladen, who
is attending the MoPherson College.at
McPnersuii. Kausts, has been chosen
to represent that college in a vocal
contest to be held in Wichita this
week. The contest will be taken part
in by colleges from all over the state
of Kmisas. Miss Hazel left Monday
Tho following is the wiather report
for l he mouth of Aptil, as furnished
by Voluntary Observer Clias. S. Lud
low: mean tompeiature, .is'; maximum
teinperatiiio, S! date 2S; minimum
tompiTituro, S.'i, date '.'; total precipi
tation, i 1!) indies; total snowfall, none;
number of days, clear, lo; partly
cl Mdy, ."5; c-'omly, 10; dates of light
frost, 1 'J ;ij date of hail, "I; thunder
h' pint-', tth; diieetiou of prevailing
wi d. southwest; rainfall tlnce Jan
uary 1, 7 15 inches.
George Holt was down from Cowles
Mrs..!. A. Tul leys left Wednesday
morning for Denver.
Al Aultz and Tress Harwood wtro
Hastings vWltois Wednesday.
George VanCatnp returned homo
from Omaha Wednesday morning.
Attorney A. M. Walters of Blue Hill
w s In town this week attending dis
trict cum t .
Attorney It. 13. Sutherland of Xelon
was iu town this week attending dis
Mrt. MoKeeby dentil ted Tuesday
evening for Olney Sptings, Colorado to
v s t her son Fred.
The business men will hold their
monthly banquet at the Royal hotel
Tuesday, May 11th.
Rev Myers went to Bladen Wodnos.
day to attend the county Sunday
school it pivetulo'i,
Rev t'olo was up from Guide Roek
Wednesday ov. Mug attending the Bap
1 1st leviVill meeting.
Ouiiiu in and see ur Euim.t Lou
Tennis shoes also Saudnls for all si.es
of people. - Tile I'j.ii Shoe Store.
Oar tent is new and is water pi oof
We also o.irry our own electric light
p mil with Tho Lewis Slock Co.
The Red Cloud High school and
Fr.itiklin High school base ball teams
will cross bats here Friday afternoon
al i o'clock. Go out and see the game.
Judge Duiigan and Couit Reporter
Band of Bastings came down Mon
day and arc holding an equity term of
district court hero this week.
Mrs. James Catlior returno I home
the first of the week from California
where she hail been on a sight seeing
trip, which included the Exposition at
"The Creation" will bo shown at the
Tepee Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
nnd Friday afikusoons. May 11, l'J, l.'l
and 11th, only at I o'clock. Regular
program at night show.
Lloyd Bines loft for Baraboo, Wis
consin, Saturday molding, where he
will begin it tour of tho country with
the Gollmars Bros. Circus, otllclatlng iu
the capacity of bass diutnmer.
L. B. McKimmey, who has been
visiting in thiseity for tho past two
months with his son, W. 11. AtcKim
mey and family, left Saturday morn
ing fur Blue Springs to visit miuthei
The Misses Genevieve Robinson and
Alice Fowler of Guide Bock wete the
guests of Miss Mary Christian Tuesday
evening. They left for Bladen Wednc.'
day to attend the Sunday school con
vention. Misses Gertrude Wullbrandt, Inez
Llndsey, Georgetta Coon and Grace
I3avis of tho Methodist Sunday school
went to Bladen Wednesday morning
to attend the county Sunday school
Owing to the bad weather the twelfth
grade held their "sneak'' party In the
building formerly occupied by Ed
Amuck today. Juilging from the music
they indulged in stepping the light fan
titstio and also had an euj lyable time
iu other amusements
On Saturday evening a small fire was
discovered iu 'he Argus ollleo under
the stairway leading Io tho ollleo of
Dr. Cross and the biazo was sonii put
out. A cigar stub fell thru a crack iu
the stairsteps and set liio to some
waste that had gathered there.
On Tuesd'iy afternoon the high
school bull team I rout Cowles came
down i li I cross, d hats with our local
high school team. Our boys had on
their hitting clothes nnd won thetame
by a score of 1!) to 2. Vernon Zeiss
was on the uiouud for our boys and
Davis and lltitchliis wero the pitching
stair tor the visltois.
About thirty m 'tubers of tlio Guide
lioc't loile ui-i opted .til invitation to
vi-U the D'gieeof ..nl' linlife of this
place on Tuescny cwniig. 1'he Red
Cloud degree smtV Initi.ited sixteen
catidldati-.s and ittur lo.lge closed llie.v
put on the lane diill, which was fol
io a i-l by a program consisting ol
music, reudiius, etc. A louuiiftil
spread was served and all prtse.it re
pot t having spent a very enjoyable
"Creation" foBe Shown
At The Tepee Next Week
Manager Geo. Warren of tho Topee,
who is over alert iu seeming tho best
obtainable iu tho moving picture world,
for his patrons, announces thai ho has
secured the photo drama, "Creation,"
which will bo shown at the Tepee at
a special matinee at -t o'clock iu the
attoruoou on Tuesday, Wednesday,
Thursday uud Friday. May 11, 12, 1.1
The presentation of the drama com
plete it qui res eight hours, each of the
tour parts lasting two hours, but at
the same time each part being so com
plete iu itself, that it tnatteis little
which you may seo first.
Part 1 tiaces Creation from pre
historic times to the Deluge and on to
Abraham's time. Part II begins with
Meluuisedec, leads through Israel's ex
nerieuces to the Babylonian captivity.
Part III extends from Daniel's time to
Jesus' advent. His boyhood, ministry,
sulfciluKS, resurrection and high ex
ultation. Pai t IV reviews tho period
from Pentecost through the "Dark
Ages," und onward to our day, and by
tho illumination of tho prophetic
scriptures the future is pictured to us.
Witnessing "Creation" we may see
moving on tho canvas, with every
semblance of reality, the outstanding
figures of history, with whom reading
mid study have made us familiar.
Philosophers, statesmen, warriors,
princes, potentates, scholars and artists
pass in fascinating succession before
our eyes, acting tho parts wh'cu were
played by those churuutors when they
wete on earth's stage iu actuality. We
see the Garden of Eden as an ingenious
imagination stimulated by Biblical
lesearch pictures it for in. We view
the stutely cltlesjof antiquity and their
modern successors. Wo sweep over
the world with ever increasing interest
from the time of our remotest ances
tors to the preseut as tho bcroll of
Abh supp omnnting the combination
of films, pictures and panoramas is a
seiiesof led dies il-livcied by a pilot. o
graph, wli h a clear an I uisiiiici. enun
ciation, and timet so tliu they ac-
coinpHiiy the pivseulat! II on the
screen with prtcislou,
Haling r Wmieii has auuoiiiii'iid
that lie witUxlii -it these pictures at
his regular prices.
School Board In
Session On Monday
llKt) Oi.oi I), Xi'.iut , May ,1, li),,.
Regular meeting of the Hoard held
lit the Washington building. Picsi
ilent Henry Gilham presiding Mem
bers present Coon, Blackledgo, Wees
Mi mes of last meeting rend and up
proved as read.
superintendent gave monthly repot t.
The teaeheis committee p'icseiiteil
the following repiul:
Red Cloud City Schools
May ll. IPIft
To the Boaid of Educatlou:
al repoit of Teachers committee. Iu
reference to tho selection of a teacher
for Guide 8 left iinlllled at lite last
previous meeting, weieport that since
that tltno wo have had throe appllea
lions for tho position: Miss Jessie
Kellogg, present teacher, Miss Pearl
Hherer and Miss Maile Jernbiirg. Tho
educational qiiallllcatlous of all of
them seem to be siiillclent, Miss Kel
logg is the present teacher and the
other two are graduates in former
yours or the Red Cloud High School
Upon vote of tho committee each can
didate received one vote, wo theiefore
report the matter to the board for its
L II. Blackledgo 1
E. A. Crelghton f- Com.
E J.Oveilng,Jr. )
Since formulating tho above report
we have received further application
from Guy Dunbar of lnavalc which Is
L. II IIi.acki.imkik, Chairman.
Pearl Sherer by telephone from her
mother to the piesldeut of the Board
today has withdrawn her application.
L II. Blackledgo, Chairman.
Moved mid seconded that for com
mencement we make rates and Is
sii'ini'o of letters same as last year
Oaths of olllce of C. J. Pope and C. E
Cross members elect toco! veil and
placed on lllo.
Moved mid seconded that wo author
ize those .students to be excused to at
tend field meet who bring written ex
cuses from their parents. Motion car
ried. Ballot spread on application for 8th
guide and resulted as follows: Miss
Kellogg, A votes; Miss Jernbiirg, 1 vote;
Guy Dunbar, I vote; Miss Kellogg wiih
The following bills were presented:
American Book Co $11 8.1
W. C. Gilliam S 2(1
Retl Cloud Chief 7 00
Moved and seconded that the above
bills be allowed. Motion carried.
Moved mid seconded that this Board
adjoin it slue die Motion carried,
E. .1. Oveiing, .Ir , Secretary
Hoard met pursuant to adjournment
of old Board, Dr. Cross and C. J. Pope
being new members piesont.
Upon motion of Dr. Cross and
seconded by Coon, L. II. Blackledge
was appointed temporary chairman,
ami C. J. Pone, sect etary.
Organization of the Board resulted
as follows' L. II. Bltioklodge Jpresident;
(Jen. Coon, vice president; 0. J. Pope
Up ti motion Board adjourned to
nnei the 17th iosl tit i o'clock p in. at
ollleo or l,. II. Ulncklcdge.
C J Pope, Sect etary
A ben ut if u I photo-diama iu four
pal ts showing the story of the Croat ion
from the beginning to tho present
time will bo given at tdo Tepee, Tues
day, Wednesday, Thursday mid Friday
afternoons, m, j-j n.u ut i u,r,-Ar,
(Afternoons onlj ) Admission 10 mil
. cents. The tegular moving pictino
piogram in the evening at 8 and !):'!!
Don't fall to seo "Creation." It Is
being shown all over the world It is
beautiful and grand.
Mrs. Alma J. McDonald
Mis. Alma J Mi'Donuld, wif of
Edward McDonald, died at Croon
wood, Xebiaska, last Wednesday and
lite remains were btoiight, to thiseity
Friday evening for interment, Tho
fuueial services were held at the
Methodist church Saturday morning,
Rev. Myers olileiating The deceased
was 211 years of ago at the time of her
demise, and was a daugliterof Mrs. Ed.
Mimes, who resides east of Amboy.
Besides her mother, several brothers,
her husbiind and t wo sons are left io
mourn her death.
Tho Chief along with tho entire com
munity extends sympathy to the
We have moved our fix
tures from the Royal barber
shop to the Geo. Fairfield
shop, under the Tepee pool
hall, which we recently pur
chased. When in need of a
first class hair cut, shave,
shampoo or massage, sec us.
Red Cloud, -:- Nebraska
Second House North ot Red Cloud Garage
Graduate Palmer School
of Chiropractic, Davenport,
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Thousands of Them for
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From Monday, May 10th, to Monday, May 17th we shall give
double Booster Coupons on all cash purchases made. at. our store,
also we shall give double coupons this week on settlements of ac
counts. Come In. Bring your fiiiuuls In. Look over the bargains we
are oliorlng. Please yourself. Favor Mime Booster with your
coupons. Save hard earned cash.
Are you getting those llfty coupons freo fiom each of your
friends in the card contest'.'
Iu order to reward tho most skilled wrlteis of cards in tho
Post Card Contest, the Booster. Journal or Sprlngllold, III., will give
to each of tho best ten wilters, who Is not. now a Booster, a non
transferable coupon check for 11)0,000 Booster Coupons. This must
be deposited for ynuiself iu the Booster Club Ballot Box. This
chock with other Booster ominous you can collect, will enable you
to win one of tho premiums that will lie given in tho Booster Club.
On Saturday, next week, closes tho big oll'er for free coupons.
Who will win tho watch Monday, .May !il.
A big showing of new spring merchandise. Suits,
Shoes, Hats, Caps, Ties and Shirts in fact every
thing a man or boy needs. Come in an inspect them.
The Booster Store
Jhe Qomden-Kaley Qlotbing Qo.
This Is the (most Important Advertisement I Ever Caused to b
Published. Rend Every Word and then Marvoll'
On a personal visit to Mr. Henry Ford by one of his agents the
subject of a possible August 1st RobHe was approached (The Foul
Coinptny unit uncoil lust tear that if their to'al -ales reached .'l(X),H0
cars lie! ween August 1, Bill, and August I. H ' Ti . aeh purchaser
during that period would receive bu"k a refund of J-'ltl to(iO )
I then said to Mr. Fori I: '-If I could uiuhcn dellui'e refund state
ment we would iucteasii our lie al -ales fillU cars.-1 "You may say,"'
was Mr Foul's deliberate add slgnlllcaul leply to this "You may
suv that we shall p-v hack I ea"h purchaser i X a Ford etir between
Aiitrust 1, ltd I, and Auu'tist I, I'.llfi. bui-rloL' the unfoieseett, the sum
of S"ti You may say that I aiithori-'.oil you to make this statement!',
Ford Touring Cars for 5-100-lens tho SCO Relmto Y. 0. B. Deboto
Ford Runaboutn for 5440 leso tho 540 Rebate F. 0. B. Detroit
Red Cloud ... Gulcto Rock
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