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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1915)
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RED OLOUD. NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Bulletin of Tho Week's olnj s
iuy your goods of the local stores
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I! . K..OHU. wii- iii Hnstltif.s lues-
Dan Pumroy of lliverton was in
ton it Tuesday. (
Cabbage n.c per hundred lit Miner ,
Hi 0. Co. store. ,
Oeorgc Mntkirs of liiitvnlu was in
I lu city Tuesday '
Mr. John Chnney of Kivotton wnsj
In tlio city Kilday. ;
Wall Paper at 20 per cent discount
at Cotting'.s Ding Store.
I)r C. !. Cross was in Sunrior Tues
day attending a dental meeting.
Dr. H. V. Nicholson was in Superior
Tuesday attending ft meeting of dent
ists. A. II. ludey of Lincoln arrived in
the city the llrst of the week to visit
Next Sunday is World's Temperance
Sunday and will he ob-erved in the
Mrs..!. W. Warren left Monday for
Washington, Iowa, where she will
visit her daughter.
I'ernard Atkins returned to Omaha
Tuesday morning after -pending a few
days here with friends
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sinelser are the
proud parents of a baby girl which ar
rived at their home Friday.
.iolin Hamilton of (Snide ltoek was
in thu eity Saturday visiting his son.
W. (S. Hamilton and family.
Will Shoemaker and family have
moved into Mrs. .1. W. Warren's res
deuce in the east pint of tlio city.
Miss Mary Christian who is teaching
school at Funk, Nebraska, spent the
week end in this city with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. ,1. f Chi 1st Ian.
Miss Ethel Waller, who had been
-ponding a few days with her grand
patents Mr. and Mis. .1. II. Pulley, re
turned to her home at Cow les, Monday.
Mrs. Hauer, who laid been visiting
her daughters, the .Misses lieatiiceand
Hazel McKeighan. and other relatives
leturned to her home at Lincoln Tues
day. Dr. Warrick, the specialist, will meet
eye, ear. nose and throat patients and
those neeiing glasses fitted at Dr.
Daniciell's olllce. Monday. November
City Superintendent ot Schools P.
M. Whiteliead returned the last ol the
week from Oinuhii, where he hud been
attending the State Teaclieis' Con
vention.' We have taken the agency for the
famous "San-Tox" line of Medicines
and Toilet ai tides. We ale so eon
vlnced of the merits of these goods
that we oiler to lefund the purchase
price to anvouc not satistled with the
use of anv article. Ask for a Ulue
Hook Sign of the Nur-o C. h Cutting.
At a meeting of tlio A. F. .v- A. M.
lodge Friday evening the following
were given the Master Mason degree:
Fied Fuller, Guy Scott, Will Mutter
and Frank Shuinan. After lodge a
Vouch was seivcd to which all the
members did justice. A large crowd
was present, several from (Snide Hock
and Kiverton being in attendance.
Mr-. C. Ij Myers entertained a few
of the intimate friendsof Dr. Clarence
Caldwell at a six o'clock dinner on
Friday evening, the occasion being due
to the fact that the doctor had decided
to remove from this eity. The spread
was all that could have been expected,
and Mrs. Myers was declare 1 by all
present as being an A No. 1 hostess
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
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It is quite evident from the paint ,
that has been added to the High
School and surroundings that the
Seniors were not alone in Saturday
night's event. Who painted the fonu -
Tlio Senior class plus are here anil
everyone in the class who have them
seem to lie well please I.
Corn Shelter For Sale
A I hole .lolliet corn sheller with .v
tension feed. The sheller hits been
run one season and is as irood as new.
Inquire of H. Kassor or K. Himes.
C U A R A NTEE'D
' Sold By
Miner Bros. Co,
Insure your Harm Prooctty with
Frank T. Hoon, FieldmarJ
for tin. '
Farm Central Mutual Firej
Insurance Co., i
A sine safe s mini mill (-i mh-al
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Will y,,nr . iu-y soon expire
Wiite nte -md let mo explain No
obligation on your part.
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heveialof the funnels tin
iiUMieoil shti 'king corn.
WeeMier x Kooiilz .ltlpivil n ear
lcps to Kan-ns City Wednesday.
Hi. .1. W. Mmaiiville itnd wife ucic
jns-cngers to Hastings Tuesday.
A new heater has leeetitly been in
stalled in tint C. 1!. ,V . uuiiid bouse.
I'orsaleor trade ISO Hires Will
tuUe a small farm ami entry the lull-anee.-C.
Special discount tinting Pat mors'
Institute on C!Iiis-es Nov. 1Mb and loth,
ut 15. II. William's in olllce over M A.
Mrs. ,)as. Itillings and two sous, who
had heeu visiting her mother. Mrs.
.las Melinite, returned to their home
til ftmnoria. Kansas, Tuesday uiht.
Dr. Clarenee Caldwell left Wednes
day night for l.aClede. MisMuul, where
he will praetiee his chocn profession.
The doctor has made many friends dui-.
in his stay in this eity who along
with The Chief wish him success in his
Owing to tlio seveieslonn which pre
vailed in this vicinity on last evening,
not a largo number witnessed An
Affair of Three Nations, shown at the
Tepee both afternoon and evening
Those who did, however, pronounced
it up tu the usual high standard, and
no doubt many will tuUo advantage of
it being shown again tonight.
Uoseoe P. Weesner, the hustling
head of the I!. P. Weesner .V Co. store,
this week in his inl to be found on
another page in this paper, introduces
something new in the art of advertis
ing in this vicinity Hcsidcs offering
any number of bargains, which out
class any mail older house a city
block, under the caption of "Some
Things To Kcinembcr" gives nijeh
tood for thought.
Hemic-1 Saunders is assisting with
the household duties at Will Tophaiu's
Many Myer.s had a relapse ot
chicken pox and has been quite sU-U
lint in better.
Miss Itlnuuhe Marker went to Peel
Cloud Monday to assUi Mr,, It. V. i
Koout. Willi her household duties.
C. Hunter and wife and Mis. Ilarr
Cloud relumed Sunday from their
dip t ) the sand hills.
Mr. Matkiiis returned the middle of
last week from Powell. Wyoming. He
doesn't like the country there.
.Miss (icneiveive Miller has been
quite sick with sore throat, but is im
proving. Hazel Harvey was not able to retain
to lied Cloud Monday but went Tues
Karl Young of Guide Mock spent
Sunday ami Monday lu luavale.
Mr J. IVtiM'sou shipped two ears of
tat hogs Wednesday to market.
The M K. Ladies Aid met at the
church on last Wednesday to tie com
forts Jtv. Meebe of l!ed Cloud preached
to a large ciowd Friday evening at the
C. F. .Joyce, 1!. .V M. Agent, resum
ed his duties Tuesday morning after a
ten days lay oil'.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Myors went
Itcd Uloud Mondav.
The aci cage devoted to corn in Ne
braska will e.Ncee.l (i.'.MtS.OIIO aOI'CS IIS
. against li..":in,()00 in lid I. Iteports of
' the condition of the crop will soon be
tubulated by the Nebiaska State Hoard
People Say To Us
"I cannot eat this or tint food, it docs
not agree with me." Our advico to
nil of them is to tako a -.-. ,..
before and alter each meal.' 25c a box.
n. E. Gnco Drug Co.
Monday and Tuesday
N..v rnui.l '
Neal of the
PTIIK WIPKIA and a
Wednesday and Thursday
Nov IT and is
AN KX I'll A SP1XM l. l-'KATUHi:
AT ISHiSI l.H PUICIN
Alive i eel drama licuu the popular
novel by Samuel Merwln Henry Kit
The stiiiy concerns it-elf with a
make believe philosopher. Ills dis
illusioned wile, a credulous girl ami a
man who tefu-cs to be blmVi'd. A
splendid p'etute ill all its details
at : p. m.
liny your Sal-Vet of Cutting the
Walter W. Marshall spout Sunday
lu St. ,1oe with friends
(Set your glasses titled properly.
Satisfaction guaranteed and prices
rea-onable. II. II. Williams, i lllco
over Albiiglit's stoic, Nov. is and P.'.
It. C. Letson. the popttlai and enter
piising manager of Hie Miner Mros.
iJo. store, with his usual foresight in
ilolin; the rle-ht thine- at Hie i-Lrn ,
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that net week Farmers' Institute -
will tlnd large crowds in this city, and
on Thuisday, Friday and Saturday, he
lias arranged for a free denionstiation
of the famous Sunshine cookies and
biscuits Mr. I.etson says it Is the
Miner Mios Co treat. We intend to
get ouis you should do likewise!
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A SCENE FROM "COMRADE JOHrP' (PATHE)
At tho Tepee Wednesday and Thursday. Next.
Afternoons and Evenings.
ll'riiin Miilth loiuityi
Little Harold Matson is reported
better at tills writing.
Joe Morgan is here visiting at tlio
homo of It V. l'.iyne's.
Mr. and Mr. Cluules McCliue were
.Sunday vlsitois with Mr. and Mrs. T.
.Mr. and Mrs Thud Uylo of l.elianon
were Sunday guests at the H M. Spurr
There is a great deal of slclcness
especially with the oliildren in (IiIh
Mrs. H. K. Spuniur and hahy, (Jleii,
visited Friday afternoon with Mts. 1
Miller in Lebanon.
Miss Myra I.eibliait of Lebanon
spent Saturday and Sunday the guest
of MIhs Hello Stones.
Tho young people of Highland gave
an oyster supper at Henry Humes' last
Friday evening, there was a latge at
tendance Jesse Hoching and family autoed
over to Smith Center last Thursday in
their new ear, which thoy icceiitly
purchased at Red Cloud.
The Heir Hiss Hertlia Fogleburg
and assistant Miss Keys ate holding a
series of revival meetings at I'awucfi
They ate good spiiitual worheis, come
out and hear them.
New House For Sale
A new four room lion.se wit Ii scret ti
ed porch S liy Id feet Will sell at it
very reasonable ptice. For fiuilier
Information lii'inlie of The Chief.
, o Watch Your Children
Often children do not lot parents know
they aro constipated. They fear nomc
thing distasteful. They will like Itcxall
Ordcrlie3 a mild laxativo that tastes
like eugor. '.. Sold only by us, 10 cents.
H. E. Grice Drug Co,
Fresh liowueysat Miner Pros. Co
Fat her Fitzgerald leturned home
this week from California
lr H V Nicholson -pent Sunday at
tiuulo Kock with Dr. Hronhmau and
Will-VT SoiiKi.MSi.s: Fl is t class
chicken feed SI tier UX pounds at The
Metier order the bushels of those
line Potatoes sent to the house from
j Miner Pros. Co.
Mts Melissa Hedge and sun. Carl.
I and daughter -pent Saturday lu Hast
ings with Aaron Hedge.
Will labor ami mother of Omaha ai-
lived in the city Monday evening to
visit relatives and friends.
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i ut, i. nines in nit' iiiiiiii-i in -ui-ii'i(i
j will serve dinner and supper, Pi bitty.
'Nov. pith, in the M. W. A hall.
i Dr. Nye and wife and N. C. I'lse and
I wife of Osborne. Kansas, were In the
'city Monday tiansactitig business
ciiy .Montiay iiausacung ousmess,
Mi-s Hello Hamilton came up f""'1
(.aide Hock Monday evening to visit
bet brother W. (i. Hamilton and fatui
Mis. F. W. Harris ami daughter Mrs
Versawof Itlooinltigton were the guests
of Mis, ,)as. MeCiului the last of the
special price to school children on
glasses tilted, Nov. IStli and IPth. U
II. Williams, olllce over Albright's
Will Shoemaker resumed his old
position as the heavy man on the light
end of the street lailway system, on
(Hi account of the Farmers' Institute
the regular meeting of the W. C. T. I
t i lie held on November 17th, has
liceli postponed until the Ullh.
Another good farm consisting ol Ils'O
a''ies for sale or tradr
Will take a
'small faint close to a (iermaii settle-
nieiit and town. For other bargains
see me. C. A. Schull..
Tom Ibibiiisoii of I!ed Cloud lias been
addeil to the depot fiuight force this
weeli Tom fortneily worked here, and
his friends will be glad to welcome
h m and family buck -Thursday h Me
( ,ioU Tribune
Rural School Jlotes
During the passed few weeWs many
new and interesting tilings huvo been
begun. Tlio boys have each donated a
few pieces of tools and have erected a
work bench in thu hall. They have
organized a Manual Tiainingohiss and
have began their Hist piece of work,
which is a match holder. Two of tlio
older boys are wyirking on a bench for
the lloweis of which we have ten
Tlio girls have started a Hewing class.
They haw finished humming towels
and are now making white curtains
for the school room.
Two more new pupils have been add
ed to the school which are Mildred
Havel ami Albie Zajic.
Those pupils witli perfect attendance
recotds for the mouth of October are:
Alex and Fied Strobl, I. urn and Leslie
Higglus, Ned I'iiley, Herbert and Hilda
Seventeen of the Normal Training
class and Miss Thornton of Itcd Cloud
weieoiitto visit the school Octol cr
The school gave a l'ie supper Hal
lowe'en eve which proved iito a suc
cess as well as much merriment.
Miss Anna Hrimmi:k, Teacher.
According to tabulations made by
tho Nebraska State Hoard of Agricul
ture, theio are more owners of farms
ocoupying the land this year than at
I any lime in the history of tho state.
I More Ihuu T'l.COO farni owneis aro re
siding on their farms, according to Hie
Nebraska assessors Last year tlio
number teported was (l.VJtH. In 1I1'J
the number of farinowncis aggregated
7'J,1I8. This stood as a record until
fl ! f)
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The Last Chance Is Approaching
For Greeting The Members of the Booster Club
The premiums will be awarded to
the Booster having the largest number of
V ATtA nocQir
uvuiiwuujf, uvvvmuvt xa
The Booster Ballot Box Closes At 12 O'clock Noon
But here is the big opportunity. We
Have Put this Booster Club campaign on
in order lo get cash. We have gotten
it, bill it is not all in, so we make the
For each account paid before noon, Nov. 17
we shall give ten coupons for cacli cent paid
on account or for each purchase or money
deposited to be traded out in the future.
Help your friend with the coupons. Help us
clean up our books. The exact standing of
all Boosters ore now posted at our store.
Jhe (jomden-Kaley (plotting Qo.
The Booster Store
FRESH STOCK OF
We Give Our Own Trading Stamps and Redeem the
Same For $3.25 in Merchandise--$2.75 in Cash
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