The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, April 27, 1916, Image 5
m&$RW$ RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, CHIEF u i , s r g ft $, l &&. IT J .1 BS5&' tM. liiMireyour Farm Pioperty with Frank T. Hoon, Fieldman for Hit ! Farm Central Mutual Fire! Insurance Co., of Hastings, Nebraska 1'rlOSES: litlivo, :t04; Uesidetico, 17.M) A atu. Mife, sound Hiul economical plmi of lite, llghtr.lng ami tornado , Insurance. Will your policy soon expire? Write me and let me explain. Xo obligation on your part. ,.:Mtt"M:"HX"MWH"XXM" AS TOLD TO US $ :- !;'.:..j..x...xx:m:::"X"X"M:" French Flashers at Igel's. luy your Groceries of Miner Pros. Co. Hev. I) Fitzgerald svas In Superior, Sunday. A. T. Walker went to Kansas City, Sunday, on business. Roseoe Woesner was a passenger to Kansas City, Sunday. Alf. Saladon was In Hastings the last of the week on business. New Summer Dress Goods now be ing shown by Miner Bros. Co. 13ye Shepherdhon of Kiverton spent Sunday In the city with friends. Who was the llrst man to pay spot' cash for cream. .1. o. Caldwell. Mrs. Arthur Robinson of Guide Hock is visiting her mother, Mrs. Fred Witt wcr. Mrs. J. A. Bradford and children spent Kastcr in Hastings with her par ents. Attorney A. M. Walters of Blue Mill was In town Monday attending to legal affairs. Attorney Bernard MeNeny was In Superior, Monday, attending to some legal atVairs. Clarence Carpenter went to Seldon, Kansas, Sunday, to attend to some business matters. An entirely new version of what a Penny will buy, at the Itexall Store, May 4th, 5th and Uth. Mr. and Mrs. James Sllvey of luavale spent Sunday with her parcuts, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. I). Wondcrly. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Zeiglerof Uiverton spent Sunday in this city with their son (5uy Zeigler and wife. A. H. Carpenter, Charles Itust and John Saladen - returned home from Seldon, Kansas, Saturday. Miss Lucy Ludlow, of Franklin spent Sunday In the city with her sister, Mrs. C. .1. Geer and family. Otis Lepjjett, of Franklin, was in the city, Monday, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II W. Leggett. Barney Pearson, of Hastings, theat" .rically known as "Idaho 11111", was in the city Saturday evening visiting friends between trains while enroute west. Don't Forget Our Big Line Of Children's Wash Dresses lA'E are showing the coats shown in the above illustration and many more " besides. There are styles at prices that will please you. lAE have a special value Gray and at Two Specials -Ladies' Black Ladies Oxfords and Slippers, $4.00 regular F. G. Turnure Buy your Groceries of Miner Bros. Co. Come to lied (loud and do your trad ing Harney Sutton was la Bloomlngtoii, Monday. Ed Amuck was in Auiora, Tuesday on buiiness. Dr. Lawler spent Sunday in Superior with friends. Col. H. A. Fate, of Clay Center, was in town Wednesday. C. A. Schultz was transacting busi ness In Franklin, Monday. Mrs. Kd Auiack spent Friday in Blue Hill with Mrs. Peter Merten. Fred Temple, of- Kausas City, was in the city Satutday on business. Tony Clark has purchased u new Ford car from the Ford Supply Co. Ueo. Fairfield, of Guide Hock, was in town, Wednesday, visiting friends At Hoffman was a passenger to Blue Hill, Monday, where he will after his farm. L. A. Graves, of Grand Island, spent the last of the week in the city with friends. New (Jucen Quality Shoes and Low Shoes are now being shown at Miner Bros. Co. Miss Martha Murphy left Friday for Grand Island to spend Faster with rolatlves. Save Your Pennies: They're worth up to Sl.oOat the Hexall Store May ltli, Hth and Oth. Howard Hunt, of Rivet ton, was visiting his brother, Will Hunt and family, Wednesday. Mrs. Vera Hatfield, of St. Joe, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Bert Hatfield this week. Mrs. (Jeo. Lindscy returned home from San Diego, California, Sunday, where slio spent the winter. Mrs. L. M. Luce of Denver, Colorado, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Lindscy this week. Mrs. D. II. Sorivner retutticd to Ben klcman, Sunday, after visiting her children hero for the past week. Col. J. H. Elllngcr returned home Wednesday from Wray, Colorado, where he had been on business. Weesner and Koontz shipped two cars of hogs, and Delaney Bros., shipped one car of bogs to Kansas City, Sunday. Found: Three new curtains belong ing to a Ford car. The owner can have same by paying for this notice. One Cent for a Dollar and a Half Hot Water Bottle. Wouderf ul Isn't it? At the Rexall Store May 1th, r.tli and 0th. T. H. Bailey returned home the llr.st of the week from Omaha where he had been visiting his sons Will and Grant Bailey. Mr. and Mrs, C. It. Crone of York ar" rived in the city, Saturday, to visit their daughter, Mrs. Frank Peterson and family Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bowen and children of Esbon, Kansas, spent Sun day in tiic city with her mother, Mrs. N. R. Simpson. ' If You Need a Rain Coat or Auto Coat in all sizes and in Tan, and Colored Hosiery, worth up TEPEE MR flPI spa Ipsl "The Man From Mexico" A famous comedy success, in i five parts, introducing JOHN BARRYMORE and a Star Company Monday, May 1st MARGUERITE CLARK, in the "Cruisible" Thursday, Nay 4 Artie Diokcrson returned homo from Lincoln tho.last of the week. Big three act comedy at Orpheum Friday, May 0. Fun for everybody. F. C. Buschow, of Blue Hill, was transacting business in the city, Mon day. Miss Greta Tuvaure returned from Superior, Sunday, where she visited friends. Harry Buird, solicitor for the St. Joe Stock Yards, was in the city the llrst of the week. Your opportunity to cut the cost of high living. At the Hexall Store May lth, fitu and Cth. Mrs. K M. Etrc returned homo .Tues day, from York and Lincoln, where she visited relatives. Gus Holmgraln went to Hastings, Wednesday, to visit Ids daughter, Mrs. Warren Lougton and family. Lyman Esslg, of Happyvillo, Colo., was in the city the llrst of the week visiting relatives and friends. Mrs, Will Ki.er was called here from Lincoln the lat of the week by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Sim Rob ertson. We Are Well Stocked In All Lines Of Dry Goods lVe solicit your inspection oj our lines. Blue and $5.00 to 60c Special, 29c value, now priced at $1.23 & Son Vf JOJiN BATinYMOiaj 7 (J. W. Lindscy went to Lincoln this morning. Mrs Bernard MeNeny went to Hast ings this morning. I j. A. Walters was u Blue Hill visit or visitor, Saturday. Sheriff O. 1). Hedge ' and Charley Whitaker wero in Hastings today. Mrs. A.JH. Keeney of Denver Is the guest of Dr. Nellie Maurer this week When In need of printed matter of any kind call at tho Chief olllco the home of "Quality" printing. Mrs. Frank Bloom returned to Hast lugs, Friday, after visiting her mother Mrs. A. Soderlln for some time. MayO Is the time, Orpheum is the place, nuf ceil, take her to that home talent show and mako her happy. John Hamilton Jr., was up from Guide Rock, Wednesday, visiting his brother, W. G. Hamilton and family. Curt Wilson came down fioni Me Cook, Tuesday, to visit his father, John Wilson. Ever been to Washington our nation al capital. Then come to the Orpheum, Friday night. Charlie Chaplin, the funniest man in tho world, at the Orpheum, Saturday, April 2ffh, in Tho Mix-Up. P. A, Wullbrandt was a passenger to McCool .liiuctiunand Exeter thin morn ing where he will visit his brothers. Hesorve your seats for tho Wessel man Stock Co , Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Phono In for reserva tions. Mrs. A. I). McMurruy returned home from Polk, Tuesday, whore she had been visiting her danghtei for several w eeks. Our stationery values will bo won derful: A pound of paper for one cent. The Itexall Store May lth, r.th and 0th. Howard Alles came in from Hoi drege, Saturday, and is again back on duty as messenger on the Hustings passenger. Our Toilet line is the best the market produces. One Cont will buy Fifty Cent's worth at the Hexall Store, May 4th, Mb and Cth. Max Mi.er went to Hastings, FrlVay, to accompany his wifo home from the hospital where she had been receiving medical treatment. Attorney Bernard MeNeny returned home from Lincoln, Saturday evening, where he had been attending a session of the Supreme Court. Miss Maude Fishe returned to Blooin ington, Saturday, after spending H few days in .this city last week with her sister, Miss Sadie Fishe. Kobert Hcilie- returned homo frcin Lincoln. Monday, where ho visited his brother and sister who aro attend ing the State- University. Bert Bower, John Hose, Frod and Henry Watterman. Jake Duss and Fred Krueger, ot Hliiu Hill, were, county seat visitors Monday. Perry Anderson, after spending last week in this city with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Anderson, returned to his home at AiishIiiio, Monday. I wish to thank tho voters of Web ster county for their splendid support or my candidacy for Clerk of District Court at tho recent primary election. Edith I.. McKoighan. Mrs. W. H.McKimmey and daughter, Miss Flossie, and son, Karl, and Marion Funk were in Cawker City, Kansas, Wednesday, attending the wedding of a relative. I wish to thank the merchants and citizens of lied Cloud and vaclnlty for awarding me the automobile in the drawing which took place Wednesday K J. Gordon. Prof. A. A. Leltoy of Geneva comes to us the first of May to take charge of our brass band. The professor has been a successful musical instructor for many years and comes woll recom mended. Red Cloud Is very fortunate In securing the services of such an able man and wo are looking confi dently ahead for some excellent musi cal productions. He will give private lessons of all kinds on string and' brass Instruments. There Is an ex cellent opportunity for now material in the band and hero is just the chance for the younger mon to net a musical education Mrs. John Weesner went to Superior todoy. Methodist Mention Thtee persons wore baptised and re ceived info the church Sunday morn ing. Miss Glaze will be with us Sunday morning and possibly in the evening representing the W. II. M. S. Sunday-school is beginning to revive as the small-pox scare subsides. Splendid progress Is being made by the two chorus classes. Intermediate Leugue every Sunday night. The self-denial offering amounted to e8,.'J5. Thank you. Speeial meeting on Friday night of the men's committee. Dont forget the Bazaar on May tlth. Ladies will be sure to bring in their work by Friday. i S9S9n rar p "r' ;j tssssai MCKT This Is Hat Week We Talk Hats Think Hats And Are Selling Hats You Must Have A New Hat For Summer The New Soft Hats In Pearl, Steel, Smoke, Green and Amber $1. 50 A Beautiful Line of New Suits and Furnishings For Easter Wear fiat In line-Dress lln I Jhe Qomden-Kaley Qlotbing Qo. I W "ALWAYS RELIABLE" J Mrs. Krnest Straycr of Oxford was in town Friday. Mrs. W. A. Sherwood was a Hastings visitor Saturday. Fresh Fruits and Green Vegetables at Miner Bros. Co. Mr. and Mrs. George VanCamp wero in Hastings, Friday. Mrs. Sarah Copley was a passongcr to Hastings, Friday. Miss Pearl McConkey returned horn from Hastings Monday. Miss Fannie Mlksch spent Sunday with her sister at Mt. Clare. Cash Scrivner returned home from Lymon, Colorado, Sunday eveuiug. Buy it today as you will need it to" night. French Flashers at Fogel's. Miss Marybelle Hassiuger returned home the last of the week from Hast ings. Cherral Konntz, Ray and Don Beat on, Warren Nelson and Marion Funk were in Blue Hill, Monday evening. Mr. Kd Watson and son Frank, of of Wouier, Kansas, spent Tuesday in town, at. tho home of Chus. Steffens. losoph Steele returned to his homo at Alexandria, Friday, after visiting his sister, Mrs. J. M. Burgess, for sever al days Lew Conrad, or Hloomlugton, was in the city between trains, Monday cveniug visiting friends. He hud been visiting his father at Hluo Hill, and was enroute home. Attorneys F. K. Maurer, F. J. Mun day and K. U. Overman autoed to Bloomington, Monday, with Attor ney L. H. Blackledgo in his ear and attended district court Mr,nd Mis. J. M. Hewitt, of Grand Island left Fiiday for Neosha Falls, Kansas, after visiting their daughter, Mrs. Kison. They wero accompanied by their nelce, Miss Addle IIotchkLss. WE CHANGE OUR PROGRAM EVERY DAY AND WE ARE SHOWING FOUR OF THE BEST FEATURE PRODUCTIONS ON THE MARKET EACH WEEK 4 ikB Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, May 1, 2 and 3 The Wesselman Stock Co- ... , Reserve your seats NOW. Phone 49. Children 15c Adult; 25c Reserved Seats 35c FraDE?L28 "THE SENATOR" Chas. J. Ross, in a visualization of Sidney Rosenfeld's dramn of political strife, taken around our National Capital. Th.H;,hens.ilT'fdN!ovAcio, iHAKLilfci CHAPLIN In a 4-actContinuous Scream The Mix-up. 1 other reel. ORPHEUM 4-PIECE ORCHESTRA EVERY NIGHT and up Whose Hot is at the Orpheum, May !). Kd Burr, of Guide Rock, was in town Saturday. Miss Josephine Richards spent Sun day In Homeland. Mrs. Mary Seaton returned home from Cowles, Tuesday. Hoy Molfet, of Rlverton, waa in tho city, Wednesday, visiting friends. Mrs. A. Mulehead of Omaha, visited her bhter, Mrs. U. C. Letson, Monday. Mrs. E. Arnold of Blooinlntou spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. A. E Boles. MIsseB Marie and Lydla Trout wore passengers to Harvard, Saturday, to visit relatives. We dont want you to feel disappoint ed: Tills is a warning. The Rexall Store, May 4th, Mil and Oth. Mis. O. A. Schultz and children re turned home from Hastings, Friday, where her son Burtraml has been in a hospital receiving medical treatment. The season of Lightning and Torna does is approaching. Don't delay too long for tho Insurance you may need. O. M. VanCatnp, General Insurance. Pasto the dato up where you won't overlook it: It means real money to you. Tho Rexall Store, May 4th, 5tU and 0th. We are in the market for 100 to 125 pounds Shouts at market price deliver ed at Serum Plant. Will pay for de-. livery to plant. C. H. Miner Serun Co On Tuesday morning, about five o'clock, the citizens of this city were aroused from tliefr peaceful slumber by the ringing of the lire bell. Upon investigation the bam on Tom Mont gomery's pioperty in ti.e first wurd was discovered on lire. Before tho lire de- , puitmeut arrived k same hud burned to the ground. 2rl n m : ..