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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1916)
RED OLOUD. NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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MU'lMlpJ MON'OW A!
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Fresh Lownoys at .Minor ltros. Co.
W. V. lliohurds of Guide Rook was
in the city .Monday.
Wanii.ii lOor mo head of cattle to
pasture. T. . I. Kennedy, rfd 'J.
Mr and Mrs. T. 1C. McArthur spent
Sunday in Mt.Clurowlth relatives.
Harry Duckies returned home ttte
last of the week from Bird City, Kan
sas. Clarence Johnston shipped a car of
thoroughbred ca'.tle to Grand Island,
Dr. Ilrookman of Guide Rook was
i the guest of Dr. K. V Nicholson.
Mrs. C. J. Geer returned home from
Franklin, Sunday, where she visited
. her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Chancy returned
home Thursday from a visit with rela-
I tives at Superior.
. Mr. J. il. Robinson of Guide Rock
' were in the city this week visiting
their daughter, Mrs.' Ruben Schultz. 'V
, Misa Helen .McNany entertained
eighUen of her little girl friends at ;'a
party at the Tepee on Saturday after-'
i Miss Mollle Ferris returned home
I from Grand Island,') Monday, where'
she 'has. spent the rJast two months
visiting relatives. ',
, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jones, after visit
ing at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Uriffetb, have returned
to their home at Clay Center.
Alvin Pope arrived Saturday from
, San Francisco to visit his mother, Mrs.
Laura J. Pope, and brother, Paul. He
Was enroute to New York City.
; I will W in Kansas City thrive;
March 20Qi. Attenaintr n coarsei o
'Dental LeVturfs so?my otflde wiK b
closed rutrVhe!JTh. Dr. C. B.-Cro
I Will Kellogg speut Sunday in this
$Ity visiting his father, Ed. Kellogg,
and sister, Miss Jessie. He was enroute
to his home at Seattle from New York
citJ' .. .- .
MIsSTearl Sherer, who h teaching
school at, Riverton, returned home
Friday on account of illness. She is
reported as being very ill at this
II. V. Wheeler. V. C. Cootter. and C.
S. Slyter with the Lincoln Telephone
A Telegaaph Company, with head
quarters at Hastings, spent Friday in
.Bandmaster J. E. Uetsc returned the
Inst of the week from Carroll, Iowa,
and left Sunday, in company with
Mrs. Hetz, for tlfat place where they
will make their future home.
Miss .Mary Christian returned to
Funk Saturday to resume her school
dutle, after a few weeks enforced
vacation, incident to small pox pio
vniling in that vicinity
Ilcv. W. F. Cole and family left Fri
day for Colorado Springs, Colo , where
they will make their future home
The change is madu in hope-, that the
climate may prove beneficial to Rev.
Cole, he being a Millcrcr from a
severe cuso of bronichul trouble.
Saturday, Mar. 18 ,s theTdoayBuY
1 HccatiEc Oranges itro at their host, in flavor ami swectucRH.
2 IJecatifu this is the tiino to start all-spring and all-minimer Oraiige-nating habit,
ing the blood pure, ane in the proper assimilation of other foodn.
a IJceauso wu are making SI'KCIAL I'KICES on Oranges and will sell you a .Suiikist Orange Juice
K.Uraotor for only UJo.
Sunkist Oranges 1 8c to 38c per doz.
rder a week's supply of
habit of eating oranges every day the year 'round
F. G. Turnure & Son.
rn - Mm m' i .
li:i!N.i.. Al -J It
I Friday U St. Palrifk'- day.
I Dr. I. nil.ir vits in Franklin, Monday.
W. A. Kent was in Guide Rock, Mon
.1. . IJutier went up to Illue Mill,
Rye sheplieidson of Rivet ton was in
Mrs. A. I.otson is reported on the
sick list this week.
.1. A Fairfield mid family of Hast
ings spent Sunday In this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Hunter of
Inavalc, were in the oily Monday.
Mrs. Wni. Rohrer went to Keuklc
man, Saturday to visit her son, Lou.
Wilbur Hamilton and family spent
Sunday with relatives iti Guide Rock.
J. Q Ucnson, piano tuner of Super
ior, was plying his craft hi this citv
Ed. Wittwer and family were pass
engers to Franklin, Saturday, where
they will visit relatives.
Roy Stevens returned Friday from
Olatbe, Kansas, and Kansas City, Mo.,
where he visited relatives.
Miu Marie Jernburg returned home
Saturday from Sutherland where she
closed a successful term of school.
Mr. And Mrs J. L. Doner of Norton,
Kansas, spent Sunday in the city with
his brother, P. H. Boner and family.
Miss Josephine Esslg, who is teach
ing Bcbool near lUooralngton, snen?
Sunday in the city with Miss Anna
Mrs. C. E. Hill returned to her home
at Hastings. Friday, after visiting at
the home of her mother, Mrs. Iiass
Inge. and family. ,
I Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank' Watkfns "of
Hastings spent the week cud as guests
n. jfiargaret uvtn y reuirnea jto
hr home, in St. Lo-fls&Taesday; after
a short visit at .the home of her
brother, Noah-McDowell and family.
I am now prepared to do harness re-
pairing at my 'residence ' blocks east
and 1. north of .High School P, h.
Hansenr- 'Independent Phone No 117.'
Hon George Lindscy and Mayor
Dr. Robt. Damerell, were among those
from this city who attended the big
Democratic banquet in Hastings, Tues
District Judge Harry S. Dungan and
Court Reporter George M Jlutrd ot
Hastings, ariived in the city Monday
at which time the March term of dis
trict court, convened.
John Hamilton of Guide Rock went,
to Hastings, Monday, and accompanied
his brother, Howard, home. Howard
recently underwent an operation for
appendicitis in a hospital ut that place.
The Jirst installment of the serial
picture, "The llrokcu Coin," was shown
ut the Orpheum on Monday evening,
and was witnessed by a large crowd.
The pictures weio fine, as was also the
music dispeised by the Orpheum or
chestra thinughoiit the entire even
ing. The next installment will bo
shown on next Monday evening. Read
the story in this issue of thoChiof and
plan to sec it shown in pictures Mon
WHY ORANGE DAY-
the delicious, sweet oranges. Start that healthful
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A Uoien of Cowlos was hi the
Mrs. C. D Robinson Isiopottod very
id tltls week.
1' 11 Webber an. I family speut Sun
day In Guide Rock.
Mr. Clias. Hunter of Inavale, went
t. Hasting", Tuesday.
Mis, W l .Medlar lef; Tuo-diiy !!
a visit with her parents at flay t etitet.
Wilhud Crouoll left for Fremont,
Iowa. Ttieday to id tend a horse sale
MI-.S Florence Howell of Hasting-,
spent Saturday in this city with
Mr.s Steve Taj lor of Riverton was a
guest at the Geo. Snielser homo on
Mrs. Roy '.ent and sons of McCook,
visited her mother, Mrs. Conover, on
Meredith Rut lor Is quite sick at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1.
Mr. and Mrs Phil Trout left Mon
day for Warwick, Oklahoma, where
they will visit relatives.
C. L. Owen of Franklin spent Sun
day as the guest at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. C. E. Cros9.
Mrs. Ivan Dickenson left Monday
for Denver, where she was called by
the serious illness of her father.
Herb Ludlow has purchased the C.
E. Strong residence formerly occupied
by Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wcosner.
Miss Ester Pearson of Orleans arriv
ed in the city Monday to visit with the
Mis-es Marie and Anna Jernburg.
Dr. NeUle E. Maurer left Saturday
for Chicago and Kansas City where
she will take a snort course along
snecial dental lines. ' t-
Graurtark was shown at the TepM
on Monday and xuesaay evenings an,q
was pronounceu oy tnose wno1 wiineei
ed it as being oi a very nign oruer. g
Don't miss the special sale of 'Dis
Phonograph Records at bargain price
now on at r
Com so A MiTcni:ut
Drugs. Jeweler. ';
Citv Superintendent P. M. White
head, and -Oavk iBtevens were ainon
those' from here who attended the bi
Democratic banquet in Hastings o
Tuesday. - 'Wif
.(Atndng the oototrtovp attorneys m
tending court we noteC A. M, Walter ,
o nine Hill.1 Walter VWwvttt Ueatric
P. E. Uoslaugh of Hastings, and H. If.'
Mauok oi iNetsou. t
Recording the grandeur and splend
or of that world-famed Grand Canyon!
of Arizona, and abounding w,lth. thrill
ers of the first water, the latest of. the
bitr western plays to be adapted for,
the screen. "The Great Divide", has
been completed for presentation and.
will be shown at the Tepee next Mon
day afternoon and evening and Tues
day. Workman Lodge Entertains
At the regular meeting of the A. O
V. W. lodge on Tuesday evening, Grand
Master Workman Frank Anderson, of
Holdrege. and Deputies Fred Broad
Held ot Omaha and E. C. Phillips, of
Table Rook were present, and each
gentleman made a short, interesting
speech, which was highly enjoyed by
all present. The local ollioers had
prepared a short program for the en
tertainment of these distinguished
guests, which consisted of speaking,
singing, instrumental music, etc. A
dainty luncheon was also served dur
ing the evening, and at a lato hour
when nil departed for their homes, it
was witli the feeling that they all
had spent a highly profitable, and en
Tliey aid in keep
Monday and Tuesday
March W and 2t
and Perfectly Played
A big western play in live pints and
cue of the tnott pretentious ulTering
.u t ollered
The Gloat D vide vas ptodiu'od In
Grand Canyons of
Room ding all ot Its giaiiilure anil
splendor and abounding with thrillers
of the llrst water prominent among
which is the tremendous landslide in
which the entire side of a mountain Is
Willi the most beautiful scenic views
ever shown in any picture.
Afternoon At 2:30
C. E. Bowon of Franklin was in the
Frank Bloom of Hastings was in the
C. E. Strong of Culbcrtson was in the
I! B, L. Morgan of Alma is the guest
of Rev. J. L. Beebe.
George Overing went to Hastings
A. R. Kirkpatriok of Guide Rock
was in town Tuesday.
Ole Bergman of Catherton township
was in town Wednesday.
' O. W. Blair of Lincoln arrived in
the city Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Frank ftssil,.wcnt, to Alma
Tuesday morning to visit relatives.
Contractor Cha's. "BrubaVcV 'has "' ffi-
stalled ncw.rout; in the Havel garage.
Unas, steward we,nt up ,to urami
Island this morning to attend a Short
Roy Robinson of McCook' spent SiVi
day in the city witli his nfurentsi Mr.
Bod Mrs. C. D. Robinson. ' '
The, Hoafd of Education has design
ated next week as Spring vacation'
week for the grade school only." ' "
Mrs Julia Warren, returned home
Tuesday evening from Washington',
Iowa, where she had been visiting her
daughter, Mrs, Evelyn Morrisoh and
F. W. Cow den and h. II. Black lodjfe
attended the banquet given by the
Adam's County Democratic club at the
Clark hotel In Hastings Tuesday even
ing. NOTICE-.-Ev I.uth. Zion's Congr
gatiou. Sunday morning, March lUth,
German services will be hold, begin
ning at 10 a. m. hereafter at 11 a. Ill
English services. Ev. I.iith. Pastor.
"The Great Divide" is heralded as
one of tin most evpunsivo productions
which has beon produced by any of the
makers of motion pictures and it
abounds with thrill upon thrill mid a
statidaid of nlioto-iiliiyliiL,' which be
speaks credit for everyouo. At the
Tepee next Monday afternoon and
evening and Tuesday.
A True Love Feast
Over three hundred Demiicials, ion
leseuting every faction it: Nebraska
democracy, assembled around the
banquet board in the dining and giill
room at the Clarke hotel, in Hastings,
on Tuesday evening The banquet,
which whs given uudor tint auspices of
the Voting Men's Democratic associa
tion, was pronounced by all who at
tended from this city, as being a true
love feast, with a careful uvolduuco of
the Issues that have brought about
differences of political opinion.
Following the banquet toasts were
made by W. II Thompson, of Grand
IslanA, I. J. Dunn, of Omaha, C. W.
lirvan. of Lincoln. Keith Neville of
North Platte, W. F. Stoecker of Omaha
John V. Outright, of Lincoln, Edgai
Howard of Columbus. M L. Corey of
Clay Center and W. I). Oldham of
Kearney, all of whom, without excep
tion, endorsed and praised the admin
Istratlon of Woodiow Wilson.
Adds New Improvements
The Orpheum theatre management
is still adding new up to date Improve
ments this week in the way of decor
ating the whole Interior of the theatre.
The woik Is being done in the latest
conventional design and the coiling is
toned so as to get the full hnnuty in
toned liglit for Illumination during
the pictures, furnished by the indirect
lighting units just installed. Moral
inspectors insist on more light In tlio
theatres and in order to provide this
e.tt-K illumination, without detracting
from the clearness of the tllin pictures,
indirect systems must he used.
Tim thrall c will be lighted at all
.times with a soft light that does not
Interfere with the pictures. Tills
theatre also utos a inliiitsa silver fibre
screen which produces 'a picture that
is'gmtiuiit I to he frvu fiom eye
strain and flicker. H makes the front
.eats as dnsli.able as the tear souls on
that account The studios in Omaha
are now painting the scenery for the
staue. Five complete sots will bo used
arid every new modern Improvement
will be included in this theatre equip
ment before the manager's plans will
bo fully executed.
ii 'Minn mi'iifflHt'mtnitjtHn imi h i iff
f HOT I il ' M,
I II HI1.1
Suits made to S
Wo arc njjonts for two of the bitfiavst and most
exclusive Men's Tailor'ma Houses in America
B. Kuppenheimer & Co.
Suits made lo measure in all wool guaranteed fabrics
$15.00 to $40.00
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed
Or Mo Sale
We have also received this week exclusive
designs and patterns in Men's and Young
Men's Spring Suits in Ready-to-Wear.
An exclusive Kuppenheimer model for men
who want to dress young
$20, $22.50 and $25
COME IN AND SEE
he Qomden-Kaley (jlothing Qo.
.'Grant Christy was in Blue Hill,
' Rvaro Inntli Iiiioitv whin fi.n nt
'. . George Corner wars in Blue Hill on
Ed. Crary of Guide Rock. was. In the
Emanuel Peters of Guide Rock was
in the city Monday.
Mrs. Pete Arnold and baby returned
to Lincoln Saturday.
Bert Stevens of Smith Center, Kan
sas, was in the city Monday.
iHam Temple of Kansas City is in the
City this week visiting frieuiR
("'John Fountain returned home Frl
lay irom Missouri valley, low
i.iji. .. - . i .
11 n Valley, iqva. ...
Atiitiitumattc shot gun'
JnJ Wljlj. Koon..,
aynard umf daughter,
run MrtifK ai
u ifuuu (idunuiun,
Mrs W.A. May
Isabel,, spout Saturday in Hastings
Attorney and Mrs. L. II. Blnckledge
spent Friday and Saturday in,. Hast
ings. ' ""
Geo. i:. Smith left Friday for Gillette
Wyoming, Ft (day, to look at some
Mr. and Mis, Guy Zelgler returned
home Saturday from a short visit with
relatives in Riverton.
Miss Helen Murphy returned to her
homo at Grand Island the last of the
week after visiting friends in this city.
SHOW ONLY ON
Monday, March 20ft;
"The Biota Coin"
Flirting A LaCarte
The Silent Member
(Current Events News From All Over The World)
Two Complete Shows Every Evening
7:30 and 9:00
i "iHI r in .k
I'l ' i v
Geo, J. Warren spent Friday in
Mrs. W V. Ileal spent the week ea4
Dr. A. K. Holes returned Mondaf
-. V. lLTabCTrBturnid to his home i
Omaha, Sunday. ' '
Al. Staby Is tpilte sick at his noma
in the tirst ward.
Jack Waller of Cowles'spent Snndif
In this city" with iclatlves.
Cottiug the Druggist is agent ,for
Sal-Vet the great conditioner.
Buy your buggy whips at Fogcl's,
Every tenth whip given away. ,
Will Kuehn was in Grand I si an
Tues,dy wlOi h cur oljinettle. '
Xdlti Butler fvun ftft,iliie IIUl
Monday to wuVk 071 theUejeptione lipc.
Attorney A. pi. Walter of Illue Hill
came down Monday to attend 'district
Mrs. Ginntironchfri o'f Guido'-Itociy
spent Sunday at the Thomas Emertoa
Mr. and Mis R. P. Weesner atil
family have moved into Mrs. J. L.
Dr. Warrick, the specialist, will meel
eye, ear, nose and throat, patients and
those nee ling glasses properly Uttfiet
l)r Damorell's otlloe, Tuesday, March '
'28th. Hours I to ii only.
.5 and qc
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