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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1916)
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Bulletin or The Week's Dolnge
Fresh Lowneys at Miner Uro9. Co.
Jim Ktherton went to Oulde Hock
Every tenth bugy whip free at
Sam Smith was in Hostwiclc the tlt-st.
of the week.
U. M Crablll want to Hardy the llrst
of the week.
Win, Kirkpatrlek was up fiotn Guide
Fred Temple of Kutis.ts City, w;n in
the city Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Htil'en Schiiltz spent
Sunday in Guide Kock.
G. C. Ualley was In Lebanon, Kan
sas, Monday on buMncs-s.
If you need glasses see Dr. Warrick,
Wednesday, I'ebruary 3 ml.
IM. l'.urr wns up irotu (Juide liouk
the latter part of the week-.
II. E. Chaplin, living south of Inn
vale, was in tlie city Fiiday.
Jack Wisecarver received two ears of
cuttle Monday which he will feed.
Peter Lewis of Illverton spent the
first of the week with iclativos in this
Mrs, W. (5. Warren went to Superior
the first of the week to visit with
Newton Siberts went to Emporia,
Kansas, the last of tho week to visit
Aaron Hedge spent the last of the
week in Guido Hock with his brother,
Mrs. Earl Latta of Cowles spent
Sunday in this city tho guest of the
VirRll Beal home.
Oertrudo L. Coon, county superin
tendent of schools, was in Lincoln the
first of tho week.
Dr. Damorcll left the first of tho
week for Wheeler, Kansas, to attend to
some business affairs.
Mrs. S. Il. Carl of Long Island,
Kansas, arrived In the city Sunday to
visit her brother, J. A. McArthur and
Tho following members of Chnrity
Lodge A. F. & A. M., went down to
Guide Rock, Thursday evening, via
the motor car and attended lodge: W.
O. Hamilton, Alf. Saladen, Geo. Hoi
lister, Dr. Nicholson, Abel Jcrnburg,
T.J. Diamond, II. A. Letson, O. D.
Hedge, Al. Albright, Ed. Garbor, F- J.
Munday and F. E. Maurer.
J. I. McCracken of Logan township
is something of a genius as well as a
farmer. Ho has a machine shop on
his farm and makes many of his farm
tools himself. Ho is driving a new
two horse wagon that ho mndo himself
and it looks like u mighty good one.
He is n son of the well known pioneer
Joseph McCracken, who now lives in
Red Cloud. The Lebanon Times.
On One Line of
Men's Union Suits
All Sizes and Qualities
$1.00 Union Suits
Men's 2-piece Garments
50c " -
We make these prices for the week only. Underwear for next year is well
bought now. Every line of Merchandise has advanced in price. The
mills are now making next falls orders of raw materials
bought at a much higher figure than these we offer you today
Twice Safe at Present Prices
Thrice Safe to Purchase Next Years Supply
GREEN STAMPS WITH EVERX PURCHASE
F. G. Turnure & Son.
John Rose of Woe Hill was in the
A. F. Unrtwi'll of Innvnlc wns in the
Chns. Powell spent Sunday with
frlemls In Frnuklln.
I l,, "erry went down to Wymore
the first of the week.
Howard Hamilton was up from
Guide Hock Friday evening.
Huy your buggy whips at Kegel's.
Every tenth whip given away.
Earl Dickson was up fiotn Guide
Rock over Sunday visiting with friends.
Al Hours, the first cities blacksmith,
is employed by us. Hall's Blacksmith
Mr. and Mrs. Guy thirties have
moved into the K II. Fulton residence
in the unrthpnrt of this city.
Foil MEN ONLY! Mens 81.00 and
?.'I.."() hhoos for S-'OS Cash at Miner
Hi os. Co., Friday, Saturday and Mon
day. Mr. and Mis. JaniPS fiilvny nf In
uviilo, spent Simdtty in thl city with
her parents, Mr. and Mis. A. I).
Mr. and Mri. Win. Ovorleose return
ed homo tiio latter pint of tlie week
from Denver, where they had attended
the stock show.
Mrs. C J Piatt returned homo Sun
day from Illverton, where she had
been visiting her mother, Mrs. Lindley,
who is quite ill.
James Peterson returned home tho
Inst of the week from Omaha, wheret
he had been attending an Implement
If your plows, discs or other farm
implements needs repairing let us do
It. We guarantee our work to give
satisfaction. Hall's Blacksmith Shop.
Tlie most liberal options arc to be
had in that new stylo of farm loans.
Cheaper rates. One of oldest compan
ies doing business in this state. 13. W.
Dr. Warrick, tho specialist, will meot
eye, car, noso and throat patiouts and
those needing glasses fitted at Dr.
Damerell's ofllce, Wednesday, Feb
Mr. and Ms. Ilobt. Avery and son
Dovt, were in Kansas City the first of
the week. Mr. Avery had a shipment
of cattle from his farm near Ilivcrton,
on the market.
Dr. II. E. Camp returned tlio first of
the week from a visit to his former
home at Burlington, Colorado. His
mother, Mrs. F. A. Camp, accompanied
him home for a short visit.
Miss Fay Teel, who attended the
university nt Berkley, California, dur
ing the first semester, left Monday for
Lincoln, where she will resumo her
studies at tlie ttato university, at the
beginning of the second semester.
Mr. Henry Richmond, formerly of
the Nation, spent Sunday in the city,
the guest of Attorney McNouy. Tho
newspaper fraternity is pleased to
note his arrival and departure, but
whether his mission hero was of a
placldious nature or not wo were un
able to learn.
$1.25 Garments, Clearance Price
$100 " "
Insure your Farm Property with
Frank T. Hoon, Fieldmarr
Farm Central Mutual Fire
Phones: Ofllce, HOI; Residence, 17.10
a sane, sine, summ nun economical
i plan of fire, lightning and tornado
' Will your policy soon expire?
Write mo and let mo explain. No
obligation on your part.
Mr and Mrs. Ed. Fein spoilt Sunday
in Guide Rock.
Biing your spring repairing to Hall's
Miss Belle Spanogle was in Hastings
the last of the week.
FOR SALE An automatic shot-gun
in good condition. W. L. Knon.
Dr. Pine of Supeilor spent Sunday
in tills city visiting with fi lends.
.Mr. and Mis Chns Monuivlllc were
in Guide Rock the last of the week.
Win. Zakory and brother, Alvln,
went to Supeilor tint Hist of the week
Attorney Bernard McNeny Is able to
be out again after a ton days selge of
Mrs. Chns. Fruit after a visit nt the
Ed. Ptilsifor home, lias returned to
Mens' J I 00 and SIU0 Shoes fjjr $i2.1)S
Cash at Miner Bros. Co. on Friday,
Saturday mid Monday.
Mesdames Jas. and Thos. McCartney
of Rivorton spent Sunday in tills city
as guests at tlie J. E. Ryan homo.
Mrs. Ernest Roberts and daughter
left Monday for Imperial, to visit her
paronts, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Oudorkirk.
Sam Shuck who was called to Hold
redgo by the serious illness of his
sister, returned homo tlie last of the
Mrs. James McCormelof Guide Rock
who was culled hero owing to tho ill
ness of her mother, Mrs. Delancy, has
Miss Edith Moma, who has been
visiting at the John Barklcy home,
left tlie first of the week for Seneca,
to resume her school duties.
City Engineer Geo. Ovcring after
spending several weeks In a hospital
at Hastings, whero ho underwent nil
operation for appendicitis, returned
home Saturdny much Improved in
The O. D. D.'s request The Chief to
extend their heartfelt thanks for tlie
line manner in which they wore en
tertained by the ladles of tho B, O.'s
at their Leap Year party on Friday
evening. Como again, girls!
Tlie Social Workers were cntcratin
edby Mrs. John Weesner and Miss
Grace Davis Thursday, afternoon at
the Weesner home. Kensington bags
were much in evidence. After a short
business meeting a delightful lunch
Sale PriGes are in force
From Jan. 24-29
Ladies' Union Suits
50c Union Fuita 39c
81.00 " high neck, long sleeve, or
Dutch Neck, elbuw . 89c
$1.25 high neck, elbow slenvo - 98c
$1.50 cotton and wool mixed, in both styles $1 29
2 00, 60 per cent wool Union Suits , $1 53
$2.25 nllk and wool " $1.79
$2.50 fine wool $1.98
$3.00 eilk and wool " . . $2.39
Misses and Children's Union
Suits and Separate Garments
AT THESE SPECIAL PRICES
STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
Charley Powell left Wednesday for
'J. D. Gratis went to Hastings Wed
J. K. Ityan returned homo from
Omaha the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richardson left
Wednesday for a visit in Lincoln.
Mrs. Ernest Welseh was a passenger
to Hastings, Wednesday morning.
Hort Duckrr was over to Duckerville,
Kansas, Monday, looking after his
Mrs. Klmer (!uy of Cowles spent the
week end with her sister, Mrs. Earl
Miss (Jriu'c Lookhart of Sterling,
Colorado, is visiting Mrs. .1. A. llurdeii
Call Lindstriim, section boss nt
Amboy. is tlio pioud papa of a baby
boy born lust night.
The Oegrco of Honor Kensington
met esterday iifreriioou nt the homo
of Mrs. Alf Saladen.
Laird rotter loft Wednesday morn
ing lot Lincoln, where he will attend
tlie state university.
Frank Klchimlson of Cheyenne,
Wyoming, arrived in the city .Sunday
for a isit with relatives.
M is. Hiiis. Oglevlve of Gtildo llock
spent tho last of the weok with her
sister, Mis. K. 11. Weber.
Attorney II. W. Stewart returned
homo the last of tho week from a busi
uess trip to Lincoln and Omaha.
Miss Anna .leruberg is home from a
month's visit with her sister, Miss
Marie, who is teaching school at that
U. S. Weather Observer, Chns. S.
Ludlow, reports the thermometer re
gistered four degrees below zero last
Miss Jessie (loodwin and May Good-wiu-tiarbor,
of Superior, wore guests
of tlie llert .Sherman home the lirst of
Mrs. Will Ault., nfter visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. MoMurray,
tho past month, has returned to her
home at Polk.
Wm. Miksch of Oneida, Kuusus, who
had been visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Rufus Miksch, returned home
Mrs. Chns Gilliam returned home
Sunday from Lebanon, Kansas, where
she had 'been visiting her brother
Frank Uoycc and family.
Monday and Tuesday evenings mark
the close of the serial pictures-, Neal of
tlie Navy, which have been shown at
the Tepee on these evenings for. the
past fourtceu weeks.
The Degree of Honor lodge installed
their new olllcers for the ensuing year
on Tuesday evening, after which u
delicions lunch Was served.
Harry Eldrodge, who has been hold
ing down a position at Dayton, Kansas,
arrived in the city, Monday, to visit
his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Chns.
The stork on Wednesday visited Mrs.
Curl Simpson of Cody, Wyoming, who
is visiting nt tlie home of her mother,
Airs. N. H. Simpson, of this city, and
left a baby boy.
Mrs. .1. L. Hebee wns in Hildrcth on
Wednesday nttendlng tho funeral of
her cousin, Carl Xeubaiier, a C, II. &
Q. brakemnn who wns one of the vic
tims of tlio wreck near Iloldrego on
Mr. aud Mrs. Harry Gilliam loft
Tuesday for Lnngdoti, Iowa, wheio
they will miiko their future home. Wo
understand Mr. Gilliam has accepted
a lucratike position with a latgo lum
ber company in that city.
The Degroo of Honor ladies mo
planning u Valentino party on Febru
ary 7 tli, when each member tuny send
their Valentine u message. Every
member, especially thoso of the drill
team requested to be present.
Tho Chief learns that James Peter
son has purchased the lots between
tho .Tohu Havel garage and the Mid
West hotel and as soon as the frost is
out of the ground ho will begin the
erection of- a 50x140, one story brick
structure, which he will occupy oSi a
Rev. C. L. Meyers of Rod Cloud,
pastor of the Methodist church mid
Scoutmaster of the Boy Scouts there,
accompanied tho Red Cloud Scout
Basket Hall team to Franklin last
Saturday. He is a very pleasant gentle
man and wo were glad to have him
with us. Franklin County News.
The Life of Our Savior, is said to be
tho best noted drnmatio visualization
of Jesus' journey on earth as well as
the most beautiful pictures ever ex.
hlblted, according to thoso who at
tended the Tepee yestorday afternoon
or evening. Tills seven-reel colored
masterpiece will be shown there again
The Boy Scouts of this city went to
Franklin, Saturday, to play basket
ball with the scouts of that place.
They were royally treated by the mem
bers of the troupe and delightfully
entertained by them. The game came
oft In the evening at 7:30. The scouts
of Red Cloud are all short, while the
fellows of Franklin aro till taller but
of, about the same weight Tho score
was lr to 29 In favor of Franklin. The
return game will be played on Febru
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