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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1916)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, OHIEF
3Vs 'SoU 'So Ms
Ed llurr of Guide Hock was in the
.1. C. ltttlley went to Kansas City,
Cutting the Druggist Is agent for
Sal-Vet the great conditioner.
.1. II. Bllinger was a passenger to
Superior, Wednesday morning.
Hear Hon. W. J. Uryan Tuesday
morning at the Orpheutn at 0:30.
fiOO men wanted to attend the H
o'clock meeting Sunday afternoon.
.Mr,. Phil Zelgler of Mverton visited
her son Guy .clgler and wife Friday.
Chas. Steward hhipped a ear of
thoroughbred cattle to Omaha, Mon
day. Chas. R Piisch's pure elgar clippings
' lu 20c packages at Powell llros. Smoko
Grant Ushc, of Wenauchee, Wash
ington, Is in the city this week visltiug
Lew Kindle and Andy Hart of
Lebanon, Kansas, were In the city
Mesdaines W. A. Sherwood and K,
A. Creighton were Hastings visitors on
Hriiesl Strayer and family jvent to
Superior, S.iuday, for u short visit
r with relatives.
Walter Kaley came down from Pen
var Tuesday evening to visit his sister,
Miss Myrtle Kaley.
Mrs. lhatisnn Stowart, after u short
vWlt at the hotnu of her parents in
Lincoln, returned home Saturday.
Mrs. Clara Johnston was called to
lllooinington, Illinois, Tuesday morn
lug, by the serious illness of her fath
er. Mis IMna Weekly, kindergarten
. ) 'trucloi in the Lincoln school, is
t Vending her vacation at' Valley, this
Miss Hello Hamilton returned to her
home at Guide Hock, Sunday, aftir
a .short visit'ut the homo of her broth
Mrs H. 15. Ga;:o of Oregon, who is
visiting at the home of her brother,
) C. 1). itobinsou. is reported quite ill
Mrs. Kate Hurley returned to her
heme at Denver, Colo., the last of the
week after visiting her sister. Miss
' Miss Louise Schumacher, the popu
lar Hist grade Instructor in the Lincoln
school, is visiting her patents at
Orleans this week.
Mr. and. Mrs. Ned Grimes and child-
mu went up to Hastings, Friday, to
spend the week end with his mother,
' Mrs. K. L. Grimes.
Mr. and .Mis. .lohu Campbell are
home from Lovcll, Kansas, where they
were culled by tjie death of' Mrs.
C. B. und . Koadmaster Phil Tr'iu
and wife returned home the last of the
week from a short visit with relatives
at Warwick, Oklahoma.
Tony Clark after enjoying u fifteen
days vacation, part of which was spent
with relatives at Denver, Colorado, on
Monday resumed his duties as engineer
on Nob. 4 and 11.
Dr. Warrick, the specialist, will meet
eye, ear, nose and throat patients and
those needing glasses properly fitted at
Dr. Domerell's office, Tuesday, March
28th. Hours I to 0 only.
On Sunday Wecsuer & Koontx. ship
ped four cars of hogs to 'Kansas City,
Ed. Reihcr two cars, Geo. E. Coon two
cars of cattle, Harris & Eckles (wo
cars of cattle and J. W. Mclntyre one
car of cattle. Wm. Lippincott 1 car
of cattle to St. Joe.
FRESH LINE OF
LADIES' FANCY GOODS
i Hand Bags
Receiving New Coats paily. Some Very Pretty
Garments. We Want You To Try Them On.
Will Casteen of Orlenns was In town
Every tenth buggy whip free at
Kev. I), Fitzgerald was lu Superior,
C. S Knight of Orleans was In the
F. C. lluschow of IJluo Hill was in
G. W. Lindsey returned homo from
Mrs. Mnry Seaton spent Sunday In
Cowles with relatives.
Superintendent P. M, Whitehead
was In Hastings, Saturday.
James Ktherton and Will ltrooks re
turned from Denver Monday.
Mr. nud Mrs. Orrln Hedge were
passengeis to 131uo Hill Monday.
Chas. F. I'usch's pure cigar clippings
In 20c packages at Povvell Uros. Smoke
Mrs. J. .. Anderson went to I'pland,
Friday, to visit her (laughter who Is
Miss Oma Doudna of Guide llojk,
was a week end guest at the K S.
K H. White of Junction City, Kan
sas, visited at the X. L. D. Smith home
Unhurt McFarland entertained ten
of his friend at h Ti'pco party Satur
Mrs. F. II. Cussil returned home bun
dav from Alma where she had been
Attorney L. II. Hluekledgo left Mon
day for Superior and Leavenworth,
Kansas, on business.
Mr. and Mrs". Guy liarnes have mov
ed into the Win. Foster icsidence ill
the east part of the city.
Miss Nannie Wiight went, to Guide
Uock, Sunday, for u short visit at the
home of her sister, Mrs Atthur Hobiu
Jack Thompson rutin ned to Kansas
City, Fiiday, after visiting his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N L. I). Smith,
the past two weeks
Miss Nina Simmon, instructor of
music in the public chools, left Satur
day for Vork and Lincoln where she
will spend lu-r Vacation.
Mr. and Mr. C. W. Hallowell and
family of San Diego, California, arrlv.
ed in the city Saturday to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Hayes.
T am now prepared to do harness re
pairing at my resideueo J blocks east
aud 1 north or High School 1'. L.
Hansen. Independent Phone No. 117.
Mrs. James Hyman and children re
turned to their homo at Washington,
Kansas, Fiiday, after visiting her fath
er, Thomus Cartwright, who resides
uear Esbon. "
NOTICE:-Kv. Luth. .ion's Congre
gation. Sunday morning, March 20th,
German services will be hold, begin
ning at 10 a. m. herqaftpr tit 11 a. tn
English services. Ev. Luth. Pastor.
Mr. and Mrs. Nate Piatt and daugh
ter left Monday for Rochester, Minne
sota, where Nate will consult Mayo
Bros., the specialists, regarding a
growth which has appeared on his
Mr. and Mrs. Alf McCall and son,
Robert, returned Wednesday morning
from the winter's sojourn with their
daughter, Mrs. Grace McClellan at
Santa Barbara, Isle of Pines, West
At the Methodist parsonage on Sat
urday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Mr. Geo.
Ebsen of Uostwlck and Miss Mabel
Reed of Superior were united in mar
riage by Rev. C. L. Myers. They went
at once to Bostwick, where they will
make their home.
Will Interest You. Come In, This Week
S. 6. H. STAMPS
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A sane, safe, sound and economical
plan of tire, lightning and tornado
Will your policy soon expire?
Write me and let mo explain. No
obligation on your part.
Miss Minnie Christian spent Monday
E J Overiug was in Franklin, Tues
day, on business.
Mrs. Vern Cndy of Guide Uock visit
ed her brother, Guy Zeigler and wife
Mrs. Sophia Wilson of McCook arriv
ed Saturday to visit her sister, Mrs. A I
Mr. Fred Huston of Superior was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oatniaii
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard MoNeny and
daughter, Helen, went to Kansas City,
Frank Cassil manager of the Orpheuni
theatre, was in I Tastings the last of
Ed Lindsey returned from Chicago,
Friday, where he had been visiting
Mis Fred Wlttwer wont to Guide
Rock, Saturday, to visit hor daughter
Mrs. Art Robinson.
John and Klo Roe were among
those down from lLuo Hill, Saturday,
attending district com t .
Undo Robertson was down front
Blue Hill, Sunday, visiting ids parent.
Mr. and Mrs Sim Robertson.
Anion Hedge spout the weekend
with his sister, Mrs Harvey and ftiinllv,
who reside north of Inavale.
Orvlllo Hlggenson of Stamford has
accepted a position with Ed. Me
AllisU'i'siu the Red Cloud Monument
Mrs. Ed Fearn returned homo from
Hastings. Wednesday evening, after u
three weeks visit with her son, Oils
Foarn and wife.
George Coon topped the market at
Kansas City. Monday, with two cars
of steers which averaged 1'2.'!S pound,
and brought J!) :W.
Don't miss the special sale of Disc
Phonograph Records at bargain prices
now on at
CorriNO fc Mirr iini.i.'.
' Miss Kathryn Burke, who has pre
sided over tho fifth grade lu the
Lincoln school, for several years, is
visiting her parents at Walnut, Iowa,
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Brown and
family returned to their homo at At
wood, Kansas, this morning after
spending several days at the home of
bis sister, Mrs. Ivan Dickenson.
On Wednesday morning Dclaney
Bros, shipped three cars of hogs" to
Kansas City; L. M. Blair, 2 cars,, of
cattle to St. Joe, he accompanying the
shipment and Alf. Hansen, 1 car of
bogs to St. Joe.
On Monday a number of neighbors
and friends of Mrs. Ned Sutton arrived
at her home in the first ward, at the
noon hour, with well filled baskets of
choice eatables. Mrs. Sutton was
taken completely by surprise, having
entirely forgotten the fact that it was
her birthday anniversary. However,
she soon rallied to the occasion, invited
tbe guests in and all enjoyed a sumptu
Monday and Tuesday
March ','7 and 2S
Another Smashing Big Play
In Five Parts
" AS SENSATIONAL A5IT'5 TITLE 5
MAS CVeRV KNOWN THRILL g
m AND BESIDES IT FCATORes 5
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ui mp ninanM . V.l
FULL Or BIG THRILLS
An automobile elopement am' chase
An escape in Aeroplane
A sabre Duel. ,
A South African lion hunt
A thrilling motor, boat race.
S p. ui. and !:.l p. m.
Mrs-, u. P.. Mol'arlund was in Hast
Marry I'onts went to Lincoln, Mon
day, on business.
George Ovcring went up to Hastings,
Dr. Nellie 12. Maurer returned home
from Chicago, Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Lloyd IVgg and sister, Mi-s-Hael
Spites, went to Hupetior, Mon
thly. Mis. II. Xouerberg and .son went to
Grntid Island, Saturday, to visit rela
tives. Mesdaines U. F. Oatnian and Fuvl
Huston were passengers to Hastings,
Mrs. Harry Cramer went to Geneva
today to visit her parents Ilev. and
Mrs Elizabeth Rounds after visiting
relatives hero returned to her home at
Grand Island this morning.
W'antkh 50 to 80 lbs., thrifty Block
hogs. Will pny premium over market
price. C. U. Miner Serum Co.
'Miss Bethel Fitzgerald of Mt. Hope,
Smith County, Kansas, visited at the
Joe Fogel home the Inter part of the
We are in the market for 100 to 125
pounds Shoats at market price deliver
ed' at Serum Plant. Will pay for de
livery to plant. C. H. Miner Serum
Mrs. W. II. McKlmmey went to Fall
son, Saturday morning, to visit her
daughter, Miss Flossie, who Is teach
ing school at that place, and other
relatives. She returned home this
County Superintendent Miss Gci
trudc L. Coon and instructors Mrs
Patmorc, the Misses Jessie Kellogg and
Anna Gilhain went to Guide Hock this
morning to attend an Educattonul
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Coombs, Mrs Ed.
McKlmmoy and Louie Otis autoed to
ttils city from Geneva, Wednesday.
Tho Coombs' lire visiting at the home
of their daughter, Mrs. J. J, Wren,
Mrs McKlmmey with the W. II. Mc
Klmmey family nud Louie Otis at the
home of Uuv. Myers. The party left
for Geneva this afternoon accompan
ied by Htissel Myers who will spend a
few days visiting at his old home.
That some of tho best thoroughbred
stock to bo found in nny community is
bred and raised in Webster county was
again proven last week when a bull
owned by Clarence Johnston sold to a
gentleman from lloiso City, Idaho, at
a bleeder's sale at Grand Islam), aw the
second highest and bringing the neat
sum of &t0(). Tho bull was of tho
Shorthorn stock and tjiis sale compris
ed an offering of some one hundred
Dr. A." E. Boles
Physical Diagnosis Labaratory
CO.NM'W.VTION ASU EXVMI.VATIO.V FjlHK
'Osteopathy tho Sulonco of Healing
by Adjustment." Glvdn to the
World by A. T. Still, A. I). 1h7I.
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We have also received this week exclusive
designs and patterns in Men's and Young
Men's Spring Suits in Rcady-to-Wear.
An exclusive Kuppenheimer model for men
who want to dress young
$20, $22.50 and $25
COME IN AND SEE
The Qoiuden-Jaley Glothin9 C-
Charley Arnold, who resides near
Uluo Hill, was in the city Salmdiiy.
Mel Sherman was in lllu Hill on
WNil.i 10 or Til) head of cutll to
pasture. T. .1 Ki-llliedy, rl.l "J.
Ihiy your luu'gy whips at Fogel'a.
Bvury tenth whip glvmi away.
Mr. and Mi?. Joe Gurncy and cliild
reu weto inii fioiu Inavale, Friday.
Chas. '. I'usehV pine cigar dippings
in "if. packages I'owell Cio Smoke
Dr. C. K Cros loft Sunday for Kan
sas City to attend a our-,- of Dental
Mrs. Will .Mitchell reliirm-il to her
home at Gillette, Wyoming, Monday,
after visiting i datives heie.
Clark Stevens and daughter. Miss
Margaret, and son, Hoy, spent Sunday
with relatives in Lubnuuu, ICam-as.
Mr. and Mrs M. A. Albright left
Sunday fur it visit with relatives Ut
Ked Oak, Iowa. He fore returning
home Mr. Albright will visit, various
eastern markets, where ho will pur
chase goods for his store.
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Fresh Lowneys at Miner Itros. Co.
Mrs. A. E. Sheeley went up to Hast
Mis. J. A. Ilunlen went to St. Jqe,
F. M. Kiueaiil, who icsides south of
Inavale, was in the city Monday.
FUK SALH An automatic shot gurc.
In good condition. W. L. Koou.
Chas If I'm-di's put e cigar clipping
to '.'i'c packages at Powell IJros. Hmok
Joliu MoGiiiie of llivei'tou, was til,
guest of his hi other, James McGulrs
and family, Sunday.
Mr. and Mis. Henry Slabenow oi
Itlue lllll, spent the week end in thU
city ns guests at the Clark St event
Miss Esther Pearson, after vlsitlnc
for a few days with tho Misses Mario
aud Anna Jernberg, returned to her
homo at Orleans, Moti'tay. I
Ueu Llnds'ey' the first of the weec
loaded a car with his personal effectc,
and left with his wife and family far
Gillette, Wyoming, where thoy will
make their future home.
9 1I1UI1 VJJ. rV I UJJ. I
and Francis Ford
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