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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 9, 1915)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Bulletin of The Week's olngs
P.vimNiE Ciiiep AnvKHTir.its.
James Ilurden was in Hastings Tues
day. Lloyd Kust was a passenger to Hust
Ings Tuesday morning.
Advance showing of Wooltex Coats
nml Suits at Miner Dros. Co.
Attorney L. H. Hlaeklodgc went to
Kansas City Sunday morning.
Han 1'umroy and Frank Shephordson
were down from Klverton Friday.
Robert Kelherwent to Lincoln Tues.
day morning to attend the state fair
Will Fisher went to Lincoln Tues
day morning to attend tho state fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Weesner autoeil
to Lincoln Tuesday to attend the state
Two second hand buggies In good
condition will be sold on Main street
VA Taylor left Sunday evening foF
Leadvillo, Colorado, where he will
Some of those pretty Wooltex Coats,
Suits and Skirts have just arrived.
Miner Ilros. Co.
Mrs. J. W. Morauvllle is enjoying a
visit with her nelce, Kuby Belle Hill,
of Topeka, Kansas.
Mrs. C. E. Taylor of Graham, Miss
ouri, is visiting at the homo of F. O.
Turnure and family.
Wooltex Coats Yes the Host are
arriving now. Come in and see our
fine new Btyles. Miner Bros. Co.
I'aul Ncwhouse returned home Sun
day from St. Francis and Blooming
ton where he bad been visiting friends.
Miss Blanch Pope went to Central
City Friday where she will teach in
the public schools of that city this
Ben Williams of Oheycnne, Wyom
ing, arrived in the city last week to
viBlt his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. II
Holmes. Miss Josephine Essig will leave the
last of the week for Bloomington
where she will teach school north of
Miss Mabel Pope went to University
Place this morning to resume her
duties as teacher in the public schools
of that city.
Miss Louise Sohumuchcr of Orleans j
thrived in tne city Saturday, morning
ito take up her duties as 'teacher"! A 'the
' JMiss Gertrude Blacklcdge of Red
(Cloud came up to McCook, cjoieof, last
"ivjeek, on a visit to relatives' south of
i tile city, the Johnson families. Motf
dray's McCook Tribune.
I have opened up an ofllce for tho
buying and selling of real estate, and
will make a specialty of Webster
county land. List your farm with me.
'Office with Webster County Bank.
J$. F. Mizkk.
You'll Be Interested
Advance Fall Showing
Those Who Have Visited This Store During the Past Few Days Have
Been Given a Delightful Glimpse o! Incoming Fashions For Fall '
Women's Fall Suits - Women's Fall Waisls
F. G. TURNURE
S. fc H. STAMPS
Silver Longtou of Alma was in town
K P. Wccsuer returned home Friday
How Kaley returned home from
Fred Wallln returned home the llr&t
of the week trom Colorado.
Flare (trice and his mother tcturn
cd home Friday from Omaha.
Hen MuFarland ami Cash Suilvuer
wcro In Lebanon Sunday morning.
Mrs. J. C. Myers returned homo fioin
Minneapolis, Minnesota, last week.
Frank l'lliugor and wife left Sunday
for AUell to visit her brother, Harry
L. E. Kindlo and Andy Hart of
Lebanon, Kansas, wore in the city
Before having your fall dresses fitted
ho suro to get one of those tlnu new
Corsets at Miner llros. Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Albright of
Omaha arrived lu theclty Saturday to
visit his patents. Mr. and Mrs. L. P.
Mis. Barrett of Kansas City, who
had been visiting her brother, J. D.
Crans, returned to her home Satur
Howard Yost was u passenger to
Blue Hill Saturday morning. He will
teach school iu district No. 25, west of
thai place tills year.
Georgo Swain of Archie, Missouri,
who was called hero by the death of
his sister, Mrs. J. D. Crans, returned
to his homo Monday.
John Grimes left Friday morning
for Billings, Montana, where he will
take up his duties as assistant chemist
in a sugar beet factory,'
Mrs. A. S.Thomas of Mt. Sterling,
Ohio, who was called hero by the
death of her sister, Mrs. J. D. Crans,
returned to her home Monday.
FOR SALE: 1000 bu. of early spray
ed summer apples, 20c per bushel
picked and windfalls 10o. D E. Norris,
1)i miles southwest of Red Cloud.
Wallace and Lavaughn Moranvllle,
who had been visiting relatives and
friends in this city, returned to their
home at Ambearst Monday morning.
Joe Havel and Mike Strobl, two of
our prosperous farmers living north
of'town, have purchased tractor en
gines with which to do their plowing,
"Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Throckmorton
and son, John, left Saturday via the
Ford for Exeter and from there they
went to Lincoln to attend the state
'Mrvand Mrs. 'True Taylor and ii
sister of Graham, Missouri; visited,
the F. G. Turrrure and Rob. Mitchell
homoB last week. They were
home from California.
A,t a meeting fit Jhe I. O. O. F. lodge
Monday everting, Ted Harris arid
Walter 'Warren were elected delegatus
to attend the grand lodge which meefts
in Omaha next month. r
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bradford. Clark
Stevens and daughters, Miss Margaret
and Mrs. Clare Pope, left Tuesday
morning via the Ford car for Lincoln
to attend the state fair. '
L. A, Graves was in the city Sunday.
Meredith Butler spout Sunday In
District court will convene In this
city next Monday.
Louie Beck of Superior was lu the
city Sunday evening.
VA. Overlng returned homo Friday
morning from Lincoln.
Dr. Asher and Editor A. B. Me
Arthur were In Klverton Saturday.
Dr. 11. V. N'lchohon spent Sunday In
Guide Rock with Dr. Brookmati and
Miss Stella Shute left Friday even
ing for Dickens, Nebraska, where she
will teach school.
Mr. and Mrs Ned Grimes and child
ren are uttondtug the state- fair at
Lincoln this week.
The Now Gossard Corsets, tho origin
al Front Laced Corsets, now In stock
at The Miner Bros,. Co.
Miss Lela Woods left Thursday
morning for Lodgopole, Nebraska,
wheroslie will tench school this year.
Miss Ruth Johnston returned home
Thursday evnlng from California,
where she had been visiting the Ex
position. The New queen Quality Shoes have
just arrived. Everybody knows they
Hie the Best. Sold in Red Cloud by
Miner Bro9. Co.
Carl Hedge shlppod u car of cattle to
Kansas City, Sunday. He and Ills
brother, Aaron, chaperoned the ship
ment to market.
Mrs. Belle Keagle nil 1 daughters re
turned home Monday night from San
Francisco, where they ha, I beeu taking
in the Exposition.
Miss l'earl Sherer was a passenger
to Rivcrtou. Sunday eveulnir where
she will teach in the public school of
that place this year.
Abel Jcrnburg, wife and daughters,
returned home Friday evening from
San Francisco,-, where they had been
visiting the Exposition.
Miss Cecile Thornton arrived In the
city Monday morning to resume her
duties as domestic science teacher at
the Washington school.
Editor A. C. Hosmer of the Com
mercial Advertiser and bis grandson,
Harold Whi taker, returned home
Thursday evening from Michigan.' ' '
Mrs. W. H. McKlmmcy and son,
Earl, returned home Sunday morning
from Edison and Oxford, where they
had been visiting friends and rela
tives. The wrestling- match which was
billed-to take place hero Friday even
ing has been called off,-Tommy Doctor
who was to wrestle Young Russell,
having notified Powell Bros, that he
was unable to come. r
The first of the Wt;ek at McCook oc
curred the wedding of two of Red
Cloud's popular young' people, Mr. Ray
Simpson and Miss Ethel' Turner being
the contracting parties. The groom
is the day clerk at the Royal hotel
and is a son of Mrs. N. R. Simpson,
while the bride is operator at the
Farmers1 Independent Telephone cen
tral office and is a daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. Chas. Turner.
In the Most Becoming Styles Im
maginable For Women and Nisses
We'll say nothing of style you
can appreciate that better by trying
them on. But in kind and character,
in the fit and finish, the tailoring and
trimmings--in every detail that goes
to make SERVICE this showing is far
more superior than we have ever
shown at this time.
- Wonen's Fall Coats
Monday and Tuesday
Sept. lit and 1 1
A 3-Rccl Special Feature
The Working Of
A strlklmr 3 reel drama one of Edi
son's best thrills. No preaching.
Wednesday, Sept. IS
Afternoon and Evening
GN'E DAY ONLY
Mary Pickford in
Tess Of The
At I 8 nnd IU0
Prices Evening ifi and 10
Afternoon, 10 and f
Thursday, September 16
Mrs. Jekyl And
A woman's bot'er self Is unconsol
ously dominated by her worst self.
Awakened to u knowledge of her
dual nature slio overcomes evil with
THi: PICTORIAL WEEKLY will
open the program.
Friday and Saturday
Sept. 17 and 18
THE MISSING MAN in two reels.
THE CORPORAL'S DAUGHTER a
A SAFE INVESTMENT comedy.
Sopt. U2-MAN ON THE BOX
OctoberC-DIAMONDS FROM THE
Elmer Wilson Is very sick this week
Ed Piatt is in Lincoln this week at
tending the state fair.
Joe Fogel went to Lincoln Tuesday
to attend the state fair.
Attorney A. M. Walters of Blue Hill
was, In town Wednesday.
You can always get the Best (Iroccr-
ieb from Miner Bros. Co.
R. L. Cuinmiiigs aud wife of Rivcr
tou were iu the city Tuesday.
Bye Shepherdsoti and wife of River-
ton were in the city Tuesday.
Leonard Relher went to Lincoln
Wednesday to attend the stato fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pegg are in Lin
coln this week attending the state fair.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Miner and J. L.
Christian were iu Smith Center, Mon
day. Miss Flora Shute left Friday even
ing for Wellfleet, Nebraska, where she
?ejll teach school.
1 Chas. Wolfe of St. Francis, Kas.
arrived in the city Wednesday morning
to visit relatives.
O. W. Hummel Is in Lincoln this
week with the Webster County exhibit
at the state fair.
Delbert and Howard Hunt of River
ton spent Sunday with their brother,
Will Hunt and wife.
Mrs. George Holllster and daughter,
Miss Marie, returned home from Lin
coln Thursday evening.
Attorney B. W. Stewart went to
Lincoln Saturday morning to visit bis
parents and also a friend?
W. A, Mayuard and Attorney Ber
nard McNcny were in Smith Center,
Kansas, Monday attending court.
L. P. Albright who has been sick for
some time was taken to a hospital" at
Omaha Wednesday for treatment.
Ed. Cook of Nowato, Oklahoma, ar
rived in the city the last of the week
to visit his father, Dr. Henry Cook.
New Styles in Coats, Suits, Skirts,
are now being shown at Miner Bros.
Co., the Store that sells Wooltex In
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Frazicr moved to
Smith Couuty, Kansas, Friday. Clydo
will teach in the Red school house dis
trict this year.
Hubert Huston, who has been hold
ing down a position In C L. Catling's
drug store, has resigned, and moved
Tho Diamond Milling Co., is still
using old wheat for making Hour while
several of the surrounding mills ate
using new wheat.
Mrs. S, W. Foe is having her house
on South Walnut street disinuntlsd
this week aud will build u new bunga
low on the lots.
Ou last Wednesday evening at
Friend, Owen Daily and Young Rus
sel mot on the mat for a wrestling
match. The agreement was made
that Russell was to throw Dally twice
in ninety minutes, but by using the
scissor hold, he accomplished the feat
iu twenty-seven minutes,
fr"""l"lli"M7 luTflTilTllft"WWWS' m
all A CONTEST IN
A good imagination Is tlm foundation of many a success. A
good imagination Is as essential In any success as Is a good memory
or reasoning. A good Imagination is tho special essential to tho
Inventor or wrltei of stories or plays.
Many of the noted Inventors or writers of stories or plays
were born and raised in tho country or small towns. Some of the
most noted wi Iters of stories became such through home llttlo Inci
dent that causod them to Hud themselves iih well as the world to
Wo have some noted latent latent hidden lu our midst and wc
are olferlug an opportunity that may waken and arouso It to life and
start the possessor on the road to fame.
We shall give 1,000 Booster Coupons to each poison who will
wrlto a description of tlfty words or more of tho baby that wo will
give away on October 2nd. We shall give 5 oiiO to the porson who
writes the best description.
Those descriptions must bo at our sloro on or boforo Saturday,
September 18th. Tho Baby will bo brought to tho store on Satur
day, Septembor 18th. '
New Fall Shovving Men s and Young
Men's Suits, Hats,, Furnishings and Shoes
Jhe Qowdeft-Jyaley Qlothtog Qo.
f) The Booster Store fj
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BEAUTIFUL. well-shod foot appeals just - as
forcefully today as in the time of Cinderella.
The Prince knew what'he was about when he chose the
BEAUTIFUL. .well-shod foot appeals just - as
forcefully today as in the time of Cinderella.
The Prince knew what'he was about when he chose the
girl who wore trim, pretty footwear. He knew that
she would make him'S j&fcd wife. And if he had known
about the Treadeasyhoe's, he would have stipulated
that she wear them. ,,',!,
There's a last in eVerV" style to fit your foot, and
a style in every tagf"ip fit your individuality.
COMB IN AND SEE US
The Ellis Shoe Store
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HBNRY.COOK, M. D.
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Walter W. Marshall the grocer
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.' &PENIESS TIME IN THI
r You can if you will
buy more PREPARED foods.
Then you can give more
time to ENJOYING your
children and h e 1 p i ng
them with their lessons.
We have many "goodies"
for you to put into their
lunch boxes , and we can
sell them to you CHEAPER
than you oan make
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