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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1915)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
THE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Ncbrnshn.
PUBLISHED BVEKV THUKSDAY
Entered In tlio 1'oMollWe nt lltdi Icitul, Nob.
an Hicoiul claim Mntitr
A 11. McAItTII UH
TUE ONLY DKMOl'ltATIC 1'AI'Klt IN
liollglou in lied Cloud seems to be
gcttliiK popular. When people aro
turned away from tlie church doors
because the building Ih already full,
indicates Hint there is lit least Inter
est manifested in rcliuious subjects.
'J lio subject of religion litis etigtossed
nianklnil ever since nmn began to
keep records nnd It will eontlnuo to
be a subject of interest so long os It
touches life. If one ehuich enn be
Jllled why not nil y
Water melons tire ii bit behind time
tills year, but the quantity mid ijuality
nro fnr ubove normal. Wo know bo
cnuso the good hearted Itev, Huniniol
unpolled us with some of these delica
cies mid xvo can tnsto them yet. We do
not know whether it is the soil, or the
way the hoc Is held, or the loving euro
tho vines receive, but thero is some
thing that gives those melons of Dro.
Iltitmncl's n decided extra special
iluvor. Thanks, thanks.
lend our nld to tiny proposition that
will iiiTotnplKli (he deslicd result. In
place of asking donations outright,
would It not be n better plan to solicit
subset Iptlorm for stock? Tills would
keep the building under the control of
th()4o who fuiiiish the sinews of War,
and hence have a tendency to keep It
going. The Fnrincrs' Institute will
soon bo in session again and wo will
again bo taxed for room. Wo trust
ihht this mutter will not be left to
drag along and llnnlly go the way of
most projects. "A good spirited ,'nnd
vigorous campaign would make this
auditorium an actuality.
Whenever un entire board of direct
ors arc returned year after yonr to
bavc charge of the ah" airs of a corpora
tion it shows that conditions nro A
Number One. The fiction talton at
the annual meeting of tho Indepen
dent Telephone Company in returning
nil their olllcers for another year
Bpcaks in louder praise than we feel
capable of uttering. The achieve
ments of tho pnstynar ucreomlnently
satisfactory and tho stockholders, by
their votes said, "Do It again."
Jlusincss Is on the boom. The regular
monthly dinner on Tuesday was post
poned because the business men could
Hot spare the time away from their
stores. Which reminds us that rather,
than see this get together movement
abruptly stop, it might be better to
discontinue tho post prandial iestivl
ties for a time at least. This would
inBnre the dinner hour of not extend
ing over an hour, and would thus en
able each and all to eat with some,
"With tho passing of the pioneer in
advanced years comes that thought
that this community is no longer a
frontier settlement, but has proven its
Tight to be considered a permanent ad
ditlon to the sottloment of tho state.
Wo nro nearly a half eentuty old nnd
we can begin to settle oui.selves down
to the comforting feeling that we nu
individually and collcetuoly bote to
stay. Thu Chief, like tho early pin
neer, has had a somewhat cheokeied
career, but It still has It's hat in the
ling, and look at last with eotnplaiiey
lit the duiable aspect ol all. outw.ml
Ilesldents of the I'latt addition are
hoping that they will soon be relieved
of their vexatious condition. It seems
that there Is Aomo misunderstanding
as to wdio owns tho streets. Parties
buying lots thero a few years ago and
creeling homes thinking that thoy had
tin iisstitcd outlet to the south and
east now find the roads boarded up,
n condition they have been In for
some time, which means no thorough
fare. In order to get out, the residents
of the south part nro compelled to go
up past die school house and around
roblnhood's barn. We do not know
tho merits of this conttoversy, but tho
residents of that part of tho city
should not be used as the goat. We
trust that the interested parties C. J.
I'latt and the City Council will arrive
at'a speedy nnd amical settlement and
thus piovldeu much needed relief.
. We hasten to join the ll'orts i f the
Argus to sonue at. iiudltoilum for this
-city. That wo need such a building lb
common knowledge and we cheerfully
County Treasurer Issues
n, Distress Warrants
County Treasurer C. I), llobinson
this, week issued a large number of dis
tress wart ants and placed them in the
bauds of Sheriff O I). Hedge for col
lection. A distress warrant requites
the sheriff to seio any personal prop
erty belonging to n person in arrears
for pcisoiml taxes and sell the same to
pay such taxes. Such warrants are
ooihg issued against nil persons found
to be to any extent In arrears and thus
fnr it has been found unnecessary to
take any property. It is found that
negligence is the cause for most people
being behind and It is also found that
practically ail know that they must
pay or their property will be taken.
If people are disposed to be reaspnable
tfarah measures are not resorted to
and those who cannot pay at once, all
that they o.wc are nllnwod to arrange
f of payments. Good faith Is all that
U'ltosistcd upon. The law makes' the
feasurer personally responsible for
mUlporhonal taxes charged agalusthlm
and It also makes the sheriff pet -tonally
responsible for all distress warrants
placed In his hands.
Weekly Weather Forecast
Weather forecast for the week bo
ginning Wednesday, Oct. Ill, MS issued
by tho U. S. Weather llutcau, Wash
ington, 1). C , for tho Upper Missis
sippi Valley ntjd Plains States:
Fair ueathei Wednesday will be fol
lowed by tain Thutsday or Kiiday and
again by genet ally fair weather dur
ing tho temalnder of tho week. It
will be wanner Wednesday in tho
Plains State1-, and probably somewhat
cnolur about Fildny oer the noitheiu
Residence Property For Sale
I will ell my lesldouee ptoperiy in
lied Cloud cheap It consists ol ,
l hits with a good r loom house and a
b.itn '2.i1. Write to A. Keukel. li.igo,
Colotado, or inqiilie of C. V Wullln
Rural School Jlotes
The Playground and Meet cation As
sociation of Amei lea lms adopted the
following as standards which every
girl ought to bo nblo to attoln:
Potato nice, II-' yards, seconds
Basket ball tin owing, 2 goals, ti trials
llahtneing, 12 feet, 2 trials.
Potato race, 1 10 yards, ld seconds.
Basket ball throwing, 3 goals, C trials
Balancing with bean bag on head,
21 feot, 2 trials,
There aro no height, weight or ago
limits to this test. Thete shall be but
one trial in each eu'tit, except the bal
ancing, In which two trials arc allow
ed. It Is necessary to qualify in all
three events In elthor class in order to
vln n badge. No girl is permitted to
rcceivo more than ono badge In any
one year. The third test has not yet
Pupils enrolled for September were
8th grade Josephine I'rhbie, Henry
7th grade Mild ted Watrcu.
Ctlt grado Iloword Frlsble, Kred
Lindstrom, lllanche Cobbs, Edith
I Hi grade: IMnn Cobbs
2nd grado Leah Honton, Esther
1st grntle Donald Cobbs, Ertnn
Pupils receiving perfect attendance
certificates for the month were the fol
lowing: Mildred Warren, Blanche
Cobbs, Edith Cobbs, Kdnn Cobbs,
Esther Lludstrom, Donald Cobbs.
During tho month Mace's Primary
History, the Snnbonnot Babies' Prim
er, the Body in Health, and reference
books for uso in studying Civics, woro
purchased for the school.
Uraci: M. Coombs, Teacher.
(from .Smith County)
Tho thrashing machines are busy in
Mrs. 3. C. Peterson visited with Mrs.
P. M. Brown Tuesday of this week.
F. M. Brown nnd John Barnes made
a business trip to Burr Oak, Monday.
Miss Lavinun Payne visited over
Saturday nnd Sunday at B. F. Payne's.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson nnd
family visited at E. E. Spurrier's Sun
day. Tho Oriole Sunday school Is still In
progress, with a good attendance each
Milo Chase, Oriole's new merchant,
has moved his family to thu M. E.
Payne house. '
Misses Theltnn Lannlgan nnd Mclba
Spurrier spent Saturday and Sunday
with homo folks, returning to their
schools Monday morning.
The Oriole school gave n program
and pie social last Friday evening.
Thoie was n 1 afire attendance, nnd the
pies sold well, amounting to over 18.
Kev. W. E. ti rimes bus been leturn
ed to tho Womer charge for the com
miug conference year. This will make
him four y eats on this chaigc, ho is
well liked and preaches the Gospel in
"the good old fashioned way." Preach
ing at Oriole next Sunday aftet noon ut
II o'clock and at Pawnee tho following
Sunday at 11 a. m. All ato invited to
come to these set vices,
WE HAVE PURCHASED THE
Beezley Feed Store
And Cream Station
WHICH WILL HEREAFTER BE KNOWN AS
Amack & Barnes9
Cash Feed Store
v We Solicit Your Patronage And
Will Give You a SQUARE DEAL
Come In And Get Acquaimtcd
I. T. AMACK
The Miner Bros. 0.
The Store That Sells Wooltex
JT pays to buy new styles
while they are new
THERE is so much more pleasure in wearing a new coat or suit while it is brand new
in style. Then, too, you have so much longer wear from a coat or suit bought early in
To wait until late in the season to select your fall coat or suit is only to deny yourself
the pleasure of being stylishly dressed when the styles are fresh and the most attractive.
You'll pay no more for a Wooltex Coat or
Suit now than six or eight weeks later.
You get all the additional pleasure and
service without additional cost.
I I " 1
You can safely select your new fall
coat or suit now. The extensive variety
of models, materials and colors provides
a truly wonderful assortment from which
And with all this variety there is
correct, authoritative style in every gar
mentstyle that will appeal to the
woman of refined taste.
Wooltex garments are for wo
men who want to be stylishly dress
ed at moderate cost.
Give yourself the pleasure of seeing
new Wooltex Coats and Suits Come in,
we will be glad to show them to you.
The Miner Bros. Co,
i General Merchants MC
"A Mighty Safe Place To Trade"
mel, mother of Mi h. S. E. Holdredge,
autoed here Sunday to visit the day nt
Centtal. Mis M. C. Hummel will
make a short visit lieie with telatives
and friends before going south to
s'jend tho winter with relatives
Art Myers has moved on the (iaiiicr
Mr (iieehhtim moved on the Ait
Mjeis farm Monday.
Mis. litit tier's sale was well attended
and everything sold well.
Tho btidge gang is winking on the
eteek bildge east of town.
A good many people ftotu lied Cloud
attended tho Gainer sale Tuesday
Roy Copley and wife ate tho proud
patents of a baby bu bout Oetobt't (1th.
Morris Croat was called to lied
Cloud Sunday by tho llliies and death
of hi father, Mr I) I., (lto.it.
The M V) Sundaj sehonlbu.ud votoil
to have Sunday school commence at
K):;!0 limit now on instead of at 10a. in.
Mr. and Mr Mao 1'nlton attended
tho funeral of Mr. Fulton's bt other,
Mr. U. B. Fulton at Ked Cloud Mon
day. Hoy Palmer returned Tuesday mottl
ing tiotu Alu on, Colorado, where, he
had been visiting his mother and other
Will Topliam and wife aio tho proud
parents of a ten pound baby girl born
Sunday. Mother and daughter are
Mrs. Arneson of Red Cloud is visit
lug with her daughters, Mrs. 1IU
Points and Mrs. John Sutton, who livo
south of I mi vale.
Rev, Henry and wife old friends of
Mr. and Mis. Liuuly visited over Sun
day hero. Rev. Henry preached twice
Sunday also Monday and Tuesday
nights at tho Christian ohm eh. He
was mi Intetestlng speaker.
Mr. and Mrs. Hnttmau and son and
wife and giandsou of Lobanon, Kan
sas, accompanied by Mrs. M. C, Hum-
The K. 15. Smith faun, containing "ll
RVIOO aetes, -' houses, one modem;
good new barn, chicken house, eity
water, about 10 aeies of alfalfa, bal
ance I'll in laud and past me. Pi Ice
510,000 Tonus. S.l.niJO cash, Hist
moirg.ige of S'j out) in t n .eais at 0 t
per cent semi nninially, .'ltd mortgage
of $2,000 fot the jeats ut (! per cent
setul-.innually, with prhileg of pay
ing any or all atany time. Wtiteorsee
U C! llohanan, Lincoln, Nebr ,
Or V. II. lloseiiet aits,
Agent, Red Cloud
New House For Sale
A new four room house with screen
ed poich S by Hi feet. Will sell at a
very teasotublo price For further
Information iiKjuiie of The Chief.
COL. R. C. PETERS
SEE HIM NOW FOR
He Understands Livestock
Values and Has Enjoyed
Great Success as an Auction
eer That Gets The Money.
rilOKK Oil WIRE DATES TO
COL. R. C. PETERS
Guide Rock, -: Nebraska
COL. PETER'S SALE DATES
A. O. Short, September &.
M. Snider, September 20.
3. 11. IliiuMltoti c Son. October 3.1.
Frank Rear, October 0.
THE NERVE SYSTEM
Study This Cut Well
Notice the spinal column, the "Lino
Shaft of Man" its Dr. Palmer bo aptly
There is an opening length-wise
through the spinal column ciilud the
Neural Canal which incloses Ihu spinal
Also notice the epinal nerves which
emanate from between tho rt irerono
eugmentH of the spine an I pats out to
tne different organs and tisuis.
Tnese nerve-i nrp for (he purpose of
ciiryinor Mental Impulses from the
brain (Man's Dynamo) to the diircrcnt
portions of the body.
When one of the Ii' tie bones of the
spine (vuitMurn) become tubluxited,
c.iusmg pressure on some of tlieo
nerves it interferes with the trans
mission of Mental impulses and Inco
ordination between Mental and Physi
cal (Did-CBBe) is the result.
Chiropractic Adjustments will correct
tho subluxation and health will be the
R. E. Camp, D. C.
Red Cloud, Neb.
Graduate P. S. 0. Both Phones..
Action of Single Spoonful
Ked Cloud peoplo who botiRht the
simple mlxttito of buckthorn bark,
glycerine, eto , known as Adler-l-ka,
aro surprised at l.sSTANT effect of a
SI NtJLD SPOONFUL. This remedy
Is so complete a bowel eleanser that it
is used successfully In appendicitis.
Adler-ika acts on BOTH upper nnd
lower bowel and ONE SPOONTUL re
lieves nlmost ANY CASK of constipa
tion, sour or iras-.y stomach. OND
MINUTD after you take it the kucs
rumble and pass out. C. 'L Cotting,
Wall Paper at 20 per cent discount
at Cottlng's Dmg Store.
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud ' a Nebraska
C II. Miner Dr. S. S. I)eanlor(, M. I). C.
Maimer Veterinary In Oliargo
C. H. Miner Serum Co.
Artti Hog Cholera Serum
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Wire or Phone at Our Expense
II. S, Veterinary license No. 45
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