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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1915)
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. CHIEF
Bulletin of The Week's olngs
Fresh l.owneys at .Miner Hros. Co.
Will Moiintfonl went to Orleans
Do your Christmas shopping with
tbu home merchants
See C. A. SvhulU for real estate,
farm loans and exchnnjre.
Wo have a new shipment of black
kid Gypsy UootS lit 1.73. Ellis Shoe
Attorneys W. A. James and Phillip
Fuller of Hustings were in the city
this week attending district court.
If you neo'I glfissi-s or if your child
has no.so or throat trouble sen l)r
Warrick, Wednesday, December Sth.
Miss Inez Honor of Kit-win, Kansas,
spent Thanksgiving in this city with
her pnren's, Mr. and Mrs. I. II. Doner.
Mr. nnd .Mrs. H. I). Moritz and child
ren of Lincoln spent Thanksgiving in
this city with Postmaster Lotsoit and I
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harden of lllooin
ington, spent Thanksgiving hero with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman
Engineer John Marshall, wlfo and
family, spent Thanksgiving in this
city the guests of X. It. Hush and
Miss Mary Christian who is teaching
school near Funk, spent Thanksgiving
in this city with her parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs J. L. Christian.
The ladies of the Christian church
will hold their annual bazaar Decem
ber 4th. A chicken pie dinner nnd
supper will be served.
Elton Pope who is teaching school
near Denklcmau, spent Thanksgiving
vacation la this city with his patents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Pope.
Miss Minnie Trout who is teaching
school at Indianola, spent Thanks
giving in this city with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Trout.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robinson
moved to Guide Rock Saturday, where
he will have charge of the Standard
Oil station at that place.
' Miss Josephine Essig who Is teach
ing school north of Bloomington, spent
Thanksgiving here with her parents,
i Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Essis.
) The Mibsos Dessfe TaVlol
! fiaVWl arialflaVwl
PrJIollls$qrjj$io aroatpnding the, ,stMe
unlversity'at Lincoln?' spent Thanks
giving in this city with home folks.
Dr. Warrick, the specialist, will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients and
-those ueellng glasses fitted at Dr.
PauiereH's olllcd, Wednesday, Decem
Miss Flossie McKimmey who is
teaching school at Edison, spent her
Thanksjdving vacation in this city
with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Xeal of the Navy the serial pletuie
story shown at the Tepee on Monday
and Tuesday evenings each week, eon.
tinue-. to draw large crowds. While
each week, in u way, is eotnpleto in
itself, yet to those following tho story
from the first, it is now at the most
WE ARE GOING TO GIVE OUR FINAL REDUCTION ON ALL
Commencing With Date Of Issue Of This Paper
LOT NO. 1
$ 1400 Serges
-mSloo and CH0ICE - $10. 00
20I00 pPlins I
on ci w.
F. G. Turnure
Insure your Turin Property with I
Frank T. Hoon, Fieldman
Farm Central Mutual Fire
1'llO.NF.h: Olllci', .'101: Residence. 17.M1
A sane, safe, sound and economical
plan of lire, light t. lug and tornado
Will your policy soon p.plre
Write 1110 "111(1 let me explain. No
obligation on your put t.
Our bronze lace shoes are $.
Shoe Store. udv
Euil Dieker.sou of Ouiiln Rock
Thanksgiving in this city.
Several of our young people enjoyed
a (lut ee Thanksgiving night in the
Mas uic hull.
Attorney A. M. Walters of Hlue Hill
was in the city this week attending
district com t .
Hotter order live bushels of those
line Potatoes sent to the house from
Miner Hros. Co.
Prepared fruits and jellies for sale at
E. S. Onrhuis' store, Saturday, Decem
ber 1th. Mrs F. 1j. Smith.
Miss Pearl Sherer who Is teaching
at Rlverton spent Thanksgiving in
this city with her mother, Mrs. Clara
Fred Pharos and Clius. Sherer who
are attending tho state university at
Lincoln spent Thanksgiving here with
Miss Laura Hedge who is teaching
school south of luuvnlo spent Thanks
giving In tills city with her mother,
Attorney W. A. Selleck of Lincoln
was in the city this week attending
Howard Yost who is teaching school
near Bladen, spout Thanksgiving in
this city witli the home folks, John
Yost and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Tackctt and
daughter, Mrs. T. J. Diamond, return
ed home Sunday evening from Hoone
Miss Mirth Walker who is teaching
school near Inavalo, spent Thanks
giving in this city with her mother,
Mrs. I. O. Walker.
Jame9 McBrlde and Guy Scott were
among those from Cowles who attend
ed the Franklin Academy vs. Red
Cloud foot bull game In this city'.W
Thanksgiving day Jj
Mr". nnWMrs.'Ui.W.nrtflbtfe of tin
coin pentjThanJcsglvlug Jn thlsiblty
with Mr. and Mrs.'chal tieflatly. They
were accompanied home on Monday. by
their daughter, Mrs. Gellatly, who
went forasliort visit.
The Panama Pacific Exposition pic
tures were shown at tho Tepee on Frl
dny, both afternoon and evening. They
wore witnessed by large crowds, Hlid
proved to bo up to the usual high
.standard of the pictures which are
shown at this popular, instructive and
entertnining amusement emporium.
"Out In The Street," was the title of
the home talent play which was given
under the auspices of the Degree of
Honor lodge on Saturday evening in
tho Woodman Hall. The show ;it
ti acted quite u large crowd, all of
whom wero of the opinion that thev
' had secured their money's woith.
LOT NO. 2
Will Tiiylor went to Omaha
A. E. Cox of Hidden wos In the city
George Ovotlng Is on the sick list
Toodle Sahiden H on tho sick list
Judge Dungau and Court Reporter
Halid of Hastings aie holding nu
equity term of district court here this
Mis J. T. Campbell of (VXeil ar
rived In the city Saturday to visit her
sister, Mrs. P. A. Wullhtniiilt and
Mr. nnd Mis. George Pope returned
home Monday from San Francisco,
where thuv had been taking in the
Mrs Roy Hutchison icturncd tohcr
home at lloldregc. Monday, after a
short visit with Mr anil Mis. George
Mrs. John Woesuer and children ie
turned home Sunday evening from
Superior, where they had been visiting
Mesdames W. A. Sherwood nnd E.
A Crelghtoti icturncd home Sunday
from McCook and Imperial where they
had been spending u few days.
Mrs. Lew Heers of McCook spent
Sunday with Mr. mid Mrs. Al. Ueers.
Miss Gertrude Heers accompanied her
homo Sunday evening for a visit.
John Gilbert left Monday for Oak
and DeWltt to look over the govern
ment markers on the old Oregon trail
mid see whether thoy wero sot right.
Mr. mid Mrs Paul Storey, daugh
ters Misses Vernon and Esther, and
son Will, spent Thanksgiving in
Cowles, as guests at the F. A. Good
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Walker aud
children of Riverton, autoctl to lied
Cloud, Thursday, In thoir new "Saxon
Six" to oat Thanksgiving dinner with
Mrs. Molueruey and family.
According to figures tabulated by
the Nebraska State Hoard or Agricul
ture the 15)15 potato crop toataled 10,
45)0,010 bushels. The acreage was D7,
2si and the average yield 107.5 bushels
On Thonksglvlng day Sheriff O. E.
Hedge arrested Tom Dillon who 'Wan
wanted in Nuckolls county. Sheriff
Jones arrived from Nelson the same
day and taken the gentleman back to
face the charge.
Oaiast Friday the voters of Guide
Rockwhiqhjis In School District No. 1
voted oonas to x,e amount oi csj.uuu
for the erectlou 6f"a new school build
ing at that place., .tiooij bcjiool'bulld
Ings are not oniy a necessity, 'buit ja7
credit to the community, and we orJ
pleased to note that our sister city, to
tho east, showed by their votes that
tho best is none too good for their
boys and girls of today.
The figures compiled by tho Ne
braska Stato Hoard of Agriculture
show the value of Nebraska's principal
agricultural crops, to-wit: Corn, wheat,
oats and alfalfa to bo SUiri.H-Jl.'JIlt
which iwiunls S'J to for every man. wo
man mid child residing in tho rural
communities of the btute Compare
this valuation with any oilier state in
tho Union on its four leading crops,
and then realize tho wonderful oppor
tunities within your reach for habits
of industry. Do not look for Aladdin's
lamp elsowhere, it is right at home.
Friday and Saturday
Dec. U mid ,1
A Three-Heel American Dr.imti
I'p to the Put he Standard.
HUNGLING HUKGULAIJS a comedy
will complete tho piogrmu.
Monday and Tuesday
Dec. 0 mid 7
Neal of the
THE SIMM! STORY
PATIIE WEEKLY mid
A MERRY CHASE, Comedy
Wednesday and Thursday
Dec 8 and 5)
IN FIVE PARTS
As n comedy drama It Is a
success and Is produced by a
cast or star players.
Lcaiuler tiiimb, n matrimonial mar
tyr, an entomologist, is flirtatiously
inclined, but does not know how. He
is interested in the widow next door.
This leads to a chaso with Mary, his
lawful wife as the chief chaser. Ho
lands lu mi institution for the mental
10 and 3
rirat Bhow at 7:30
a. Crary of (iuldo Hock was in the
Sec our Christmas Novelties. Kills
Shoe Store. adv
II. C. Wright of Kosemont was In
Cabbage O.'ic per hundred at Miner
Hros. Co.. store.
Miss Ha.el Spiers was a passenger
to Omaha Sunday.
John Hamilton Jr., was up from
Guide Rock Tuesday. '""
I have several good farms for sale or
trade.-C. A. SchurtJj'
mil I A ti OVI'I 1 - .full. ...
(!. M,. VaiiCjatnp, Was in,, Republican
City, Tuesday-ou business, . .. ,
C V Cather returned 'home from
New Mexico Sunday evening.
J I). Crans returned home Wednes
day morning from Kansas City.
W. A. Sherwood and L. II. lllaek
ledgo were in Friinldlii Sunday.
Mrs. Win. Wolfo and Mrs. Clair
Wolfe wero In Hastings Tuosday.
Jack Stelfens and Uob I'ope chaper
oned some mules to Superior Friday.
Mrs. lnuee Kohinson of Clay Center
arrived in the city Tuesday to visit
Mr. and Mrs. C. 1). Robinson
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Cox left Wednes
day for lialnesvilio, Florida, wlieie
they will icinain indefinitely.
Arthur Cilbeit returned home Sat
urday from western Kansas where ho
had been working for several inontliH.
Make the ehildieu happy by buying
l hem a pair of tho-e led top, lleeee
lined 1 ubher boots lit Kills' Shoe Store.
I will have 011 sale at Koy Sattley's
furniture stoio on December lltli, a
line of fancy work for Christmas pius
ents. Call ami see them. Catherine
One of the saddest accidents that wo
have had to make note of for some
time past, occurred last week, when
Mrs. J. O Lindley, while nut in the
back yard, at her home in this city,
slipped and fell in such n manner as to
fracture her right hip at tho joint.
Owing to tho lady's advanced iige, nnd
the fact of being naturally frail physic
ally, grave doubts are entertained re.
garding her complete recovery.
The two gentlemen, John I'hifer and
Clarence Karl, who wore taken in cus
tody by Sheriff Hedge last spring, nfter
a shooting affray at a "cat wagon" on
tho outskirts of (Juido Rock, were
this week sentenced by Federal Jtidgo
Munger of Omaha on 11 white slave
charge. I'hifer drawee! six months in
the Adams county jail while Karl was
given a year and three months in tho
Federal penitentiary at Leavenworth.
Tho largest engine in the exhibit of
the Ualdwln Locomotive Woiks at the
San Francisco Exposition, which was
awarded tho Grand I'rlzo, was the
Burlington's engine No. 0110. This is
the largest road engine of tho non
articulated type ever built. It weighs
nearly .10'J tons, is almost 81 feet long
and carries 17 tons of coal and 10,000
gallons of water. Its fire box is as
largo us a homestead shack and the
inside diameter of the front end of tho
boiler Is 7 feet i inches. It took ,'17
days to get this engine across the con
tinent from Philadelphia to San
Francisco. A number of engines of
this type are already in service on the
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I DO YOU KNOW 2
THAT RED CLOUD IS
MARKET IN SOUTHERN
THC MOUSE OP KUPPENHEIMKU
I kit vh
r 1 1 1
Jhe Qoaiden-Jvaley Qlothing (jo.
FRESH STOCK OF
- Has Arrived.
" . " ' i' ...1 . .
We Give Our Own Trading Stamps and Redeem the
Same For $3.25 in Merchandise --$2.75 in Cash
WAll ER MARSHALL
THE SANITARY GROCERY
Since the Cilizens of Red Cloud Have
Been Unable to Produce Slipless Side
Walks, and Each Winter Many Falls
Are Caused by Snow and Sleet... ,
See Van Before You, Slip
Geo. N. VanCamp, Agent
For The Travelers of Hartford
The Oldest and Largest Accident Co. in the World
PHONES: Ind. 241 Bell 138
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JWade Right, Lettered
Right And Erected Right
Makers of ArtistlclMonuments
THE BEST CLOTHING
NI) that the
Clothing Co. is the
lunriingi dealers in
Red Cloud and that
we carry only rep
resentative lines of
Men's and Hoys'
Happen h e imer
and Cloth Cratt
the highest grade of
Men's Suits and
Overcoats in Amer
ica priced at
$10 to $25
Lot us show you
when you are ready
to buy. Always
you buy or not.
OR fl PMER
BROS. & GO.
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