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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1915)
RED GLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
POOL AND BILLIARD PARLOR
CALL IN AND
Furniture and Undertaking
Red. Cloud Nebraska
A MAN IS
-essso -mmm- vses--
The. better the food the healthier' !thc
.man. Every man, if he values hiitjself.
insists on pure, good, sweet butter and on
really fresh eggs. Our reputation for sell
ing fine butter and eggs is perfectly well
established in this community. Our gro
ceries are the best in town for the money.
jA GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER j
P. A. WULLBRANDT
Pianos and Musical Merchandise
Calls Answered Day or Night
ALL THE PHONES
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Cigars and Tobacco
Now is the time to
buy Jardiniers and Ped
estals for the flowers.
Why not buy the earth
enware Jardiniers and
pedestal to match. You
can set the earthenware
Pedestal on the porch
or in the yard. Weather
has no effect on them.
They are both useful
HE FEEDS ON &
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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
HUBLIBUBD EVERY THURSDAY
Entered In the I'ontofllce nt lied Cloud, Nob.
as Second Clan Matter1
V M. McAKTIIUK
THE ONLY DKMOOHATIU 1'AJ'KH IN
The court house grounds havo been
staked out for tho construction of
Inner sidewalks find curbing. Plans
arc made for the grading ot tho
grounds and wlion completed we will
have us lino a court house nnd grounds
ns we could wish. Vlbitorn still praise
the appcaranco of tills building itnd it
is the concotibiis of opinion that we
got our motley's worth. ,
This country now feels assured that
w have a man in the president's chair
who is able to guide the ship of stato
in this tho worst of all storms. Presi
dent Wilson deserves tho esteem of all
our citizens for tho cillcicnt manner In
which he has kept us out of tho Euro
pean dlfllcultics. This country does
not want war. Wur seems devasta
tion as we can easily see by looking at
the countiics of Europe. It will take
fifty years to recover from the de
struction already mado. Wc are n
peace loving nation. We do not want
to be dragKed into war or forced into
war and Woodrow Wllbon kuows that
and Is doiiiK his utmost to keep us
from tho consequeuces of war. The
nation's honor can be upheld In the
great majority of cases by other means
than war. War is the labt resort and
this nation desires to keep clear of
Sub-marine torpedo boats are the
progressive idea of tho burning ships
used in our Civil war. They are more
certain, more destructive. It was a
foregone conclusion that sooner or
lator some of the larger passenger
carrying vessels should become vljtims
of the sub-marine. When tho Lust
tanlu went down the shock was not so
great because of the warnings that had
been issued. Americans who sailed on
that vessel knew thus they were tak
ing their lives in their hands and they
took the risk. Some of thorn did not
believe the warnings mount anything
because the ship was so largo biit tno
fact is that there is not even ti war
vessel big enough or strong enoiigh to
withstand tho action of otie Of these
torpedoes'. As to' whether the attack
ing party was criminally guilty or not
remains yot to bo learned for all tho
evidence is not yet in. During the
progress of war all kinds of alarms
are sent out and it is for us to wait
until we have all the cvidencu before
us befoic wo form an opinion one way
or the other.
(I'roiu Smith County)
Tweedo Shrader and family uto Sun
day dinner at Hurt Payne's
P. M. llrowu nnd family spent Sun
day at the home of John Humes.
Doll llrowu and family were Sunday
vlhltois at the home of Oliver Noble.
Mrs. Tom Heath of Canadian, Texas,
is visiting at the home of lieit I'ajne
tjitito a number of tho young people
of Oriole attended church tit Mt. Hope
Mr. J. C. Peterson was called to his
old home in Uuionville, Iowu, to the
bed-bide of his aged father who is seri
Mr. and Mrs. Shad low of Aliiiena.
aro hero spending a few davs with
their daughter, Mis. llariy llrowu and
C. W. Hooper and family were Sun
day visitors at the homo of E. E. Spur
rier's and all went to Oilole tor Sunday
School and church.
We hail frost a couple of nights last
week hut it did not seem to d.tiiumo
anything. We have line prospects for
a mm crop, (iiirdeiih look good ami
some of tho farmers have their coin
Mr.s. (ieitrude Price has returned
home after spending last week In
Topeka, attending the state Sunday
Seliool convention. Shu was sent as
tho delegate fioui the Oriole Sunday
School and will have her leport readv
to give to tho school next Sunday Let
ovorybody come and hear It.
Duekervlllo was well represented nt
tliu home talent play at the onera
house at Lebanon labt Friday evening.
Those who attended were E E Snur-
rler, wife and duiurhtur. Melbu. r'av
Upp, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. I.annigain
Mr. and Mis. CliiTord Keavis, Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Mays and Dulcle Payne.
At best rales and teims to be hud In
this state. Call for me at Stato Hank
of Red Cloud. C. F. Cathkr.
On Sunday, May 23d at 10 o'clock a
m. all soldier and sailors of the Civil
and Spanish American wars and mem
bers of tho W. R C. will meet nt the
O. A. R. hall and from thero they will
march to the opera house at 11 o'clock
where union services will be held.
Invocation lev. Myers
Address k,.v. Hummel
On Mny .'list all comrades of tho G.
A. U. and members of the V R. U.
with all soldiers of the Spanish Ameri
can war will meet at tho O. A. It. hall
at 1 o'clock where line of march com
manded J. D.Crans, O. D., and J A.
McCracken, Color Hearer, will form on
Webster street and match south and
west to the cemetery, headed by the
Red Cloud band. Details will be as
signed by Post Commander and Presi
dent of tho W 11. C., to decorato graves
oi comrades and members ot the W. R.
C Tho line of march, will then form
and march to the opera house where
tho following program wil be given:
Music Rod Cloud Hand
Invocation Rev. Myers
Music High School Orchestra
Reading "Lincoln's Address nt
Gettysburg" Chaplajn Doyco
Recitation Gladys Renfro
Flag drill Gir8
Reading) List of Dead
Comrades S. II. Klzor
Recitation Ueatrloo McKelghau
Music High School Orchestra
Address rv. Heebe
Address p.j. Munday
Sontr "America" Audience
Henedictlou Rev. Myers
Elizabeth Harlan v Henry Harlan.
Docreo of divorce for plalntiir.
Lizzie Hastings v Ray Hastings. Di
vorce for plaintiff.
Lucy M. Stonebreaker efcal v S. C.
Shuck et al. Decree of foreclosure.
Luclle E. Wheeldon v Riley C. Wheel
don. Divorce for plaintilf.
Drovers & Merchants Rank v Win.
Roats. Judgment revived.
Phoebe Cook v John L. Christian et
nl. Motion to strike application for
At The Tepee
Manager Geo. Warren of the Tepee,
announces that he has contracted for
four sets of motion pictures from the
world Film ' Corporation, oueiset a
week to be exhibited hero beginning
with Monday, May 17th. both after
noon and evening. These pictures are
tho best that can be obtained, and
in contracting for the four sets, Mr.
Warren Intends to give them a fair
trial, ami ascertain if the theatre going
public care for pictures of this class.
The first of this class to be shown
here Is the photo play, "Tho Seats of
ttie Mighty," bv Sir Gilbert Pinker.
and Is pronounced by critics as being
the most ambitious photo piny iu
America. Owing to the .fact that the
securing of thee pictures is just that
much additional expense, the regular
service being contracted for by the
year and tho films having to be paid
for whether shown or not, Mr. Warren
has tult obliged to charge the small
sum of five cents additional for tho
evening show, but giving the public it
chance to seo the pictuies, at the
rogiilar prices iu tho afternoon at
Mr. Warren is certainly sparing no
pains iu his endeavor to please his
patrons and the fact that Ills effort b
aro not iu vain is proven by the large
patronage the Tepee enjoys
Railway Commission Favors
Lincoln Telephone Co.
The State Railway Commission has
rendered an opinion In the Red Cloud
telephone case. In lDlO the Fanners
Independent exchange made a deal
with the Lincoln Telephone company
whereby the latter was to run its
toll lines in on tho fouuci's switch
boaid. It asked permission to use its
own switchboard hiuI to trunk across a
connection with tho independent
company's switchboard. This the
commission permits, finding that it is
for the better soi vice of both companies
Tho Independent company objected,
betting up tho contract and aiguiug
that it put their subscribers to a dis
advantage in toll business. State
Tho change which does not apply to
the local service, only the toll service,
was made here Monday, with appar
ently no hard feelingb, wo are pleased
Alfalfa Seed SG.50 Per Bushel
This seed is colored but most of
will grow us well us tho best. C.,
Spring Con ts ut S." and up at Mlnei's.
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BEAUTIFUL AS A NEW. BRIGHT RAINBOW
ARE OUR NEW SPRING MATERIALS. JUST COME
IN AND SEE THEM. YOU WILL LIKE THEM: YOU
WILL BUY THEM.
WE ARE CAREFUL IN SELECTING OUR TRIM
MINGS. AND WE KNOW HOW TO HELP YOU
"MATCH" GOODS AND TRIMMINGS SO THAT
YOUR COMPLETE COSTUME WILL BE STYLISH
WE NEED ONLY TO TELL OUR CUSTOMERS
THAT OUR NEW GOODS ARE HERE. THOSE WHO
ARE NOT OUR CUSTOMERS NEED ONLY TO
COME IN: THEY WILL BECOME CUSTOMERS.
The Miner Bros. Co.
3TYour Moneys Worth in Your Purchases
When You Trade at Our Store. S J
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SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1915
UNITED CHURCH J. L. BEEBE, Pastor
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Moral Regeneration--Or Change of Heart
, (Morning Subject)
Short Address on "The Horrors of War"
(By Jas. Gllham)
The Cause of the Present War in Europe
Men s Bible Class Meets Sunday 1 0 a. m.
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