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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1917)
RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
AS TOLD TO US :!:
Neatslene. H.00 gallon tit Fogel's.
Jot; Crow spent Tuesday In Superior.
The County Commissioners will meet
Sam Jones returned home from St.
A good driving team for sale or trade
Hoy Sattlev, utideituUer-tiuto heuise
Miss Sadie Trampo spent Wedne'.
day in Hasting
Kyos tested, glasses fitted. J. C.
Mttuhell, tlio Jeweler.
Head Sam Johnston's sale add which
appears in this issuo.
Vesta Ktnlok wont to Grand Island,
Try the Van Hreeht Chocolates sold
at CottitiKS Drug Store.
Mrs. Mmulo Honfro returned home
Saturday from Uuutric?.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dolph went to
Kearney Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Nate I'lutt spent Wednesday
with her parents at Cowlcs.
A. I). Wondcrly went to Lincoln,
Saturday, to visit relatives.
E. L. lierky of Davonport spentSun
day in the city with friends.
Droxie Weaver returned homo from
Wyoming, Tuesday ovening.
D. M. Pearson wont to Parks, Wed
nesday evening on business.
Attorney L. II. lllackledgo was in
Trenton the first of the week.
A. M. Aultz was In Inavalc Monday
looking after business matters.
Mrs. Al Turner and children wout to
r.nskin, Tuesday, to visit relatives
Roy Stovons and Harry Hayes were
over from Smith Center, Wednesday.
E. M. Howard returned home Mon
day from the western part of Kansas.
Miss Gladys Hodges of Guide Roik
spent Sunday with Miss Alvena Ren
fro. F. II. Clatto of Blue Hill was in the
city Monday evening onrouto to Otis,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lnnnigan of
Lebanon were shopping in tho city
Tho School Hoard hold a meeting
Monday evening and allowed a num
ber of claims.
Mrs. Frances Ashley went to Hust
ings Wednesday where sho will make
her future home.
Mrs. L. II. lShickledge returned home
Monday from Uloomington where sho
had been visiting
If you want to sell or trade your
real estate call on C. A. Schultz. Inde
pendent phono 2uS '
Mr. and Mrs. Will Robertson went
to Lincoln, Wednesday, to visit his
parents and sisters.
Will Lindley spent Tuesday in Mc
Cook with his mother, Mrs J. 0. Lind
ley who is quite sielc.
Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Edson spent
Sunday at Oxford with his father, Uov.
I. W. Edson and family.
Mrs. E. A. Croighton spent Wednes
day with her sister, Mrs. C. F. (Jund
and family tit Blue Hill.
Found A horse blanket. Tho own
er can have same by describing proper
ty and paying for this notic.
Mrs. Jas. Ryan returned to her homo
at Greeley Center, Saturday, after
visiting relatives and friends here.
Wo have plenty of good Maitlnud
Lump coal at Sh CO per ton. Washed
Maltlatitl Nut S8..M). Phitt k, Frees.
Mr, and Mis. Chris Starke men j -icing
over tho arrival of a baby boy
which was born the first of tho week.
Mr. and .Mr .1 W. Cnrhett mil nod
to Lebanon, Wednesday afternoon io
visitHlieir duuuhtor, .Mrs. Charley
Cecil MoCall leturnod homo from
Kansas City, Tuesday moining, where
ho hud a shipment of cattle on tho
Mcsd.imoi Alf Saltiden and F. Pierce
entertained the Atnbuy Lii-Uro Aid
Society at the home of tin- former on
At tho wolf hunt held in Batin town-
fi'ilp on Tues lay u largo numbor of
men were in attendance but as the
north line was not guarded the wolves
Mesdames O. C Tee! and Jas. A
Burden wont to Kansas City the first
of the week where tho latter will pur
chase u stock of spring and summer
millinery goods for her store.
Tho Orpheum will show on Saturday,
Feb. 17th, tho second release of Mary
Piokford's production "The Prido of
tho Clan". The management wishes to
Riinounco that these productions come
very IiIkIi and they fuel like they ought
to have the support of every person in
Red Cloud and vlcinit)
.. cni IO AT HOME EXPECT YOU
The FOLKS to tell -em all about
Exhilarating Burlesquo; Vaudeville
Sim Mian Flllid llli Pf ith Olrli. Funnj Cloini, OofjiBUl
Equlpac. Brilliant Jcinle CnIronint
LADIES' DIME MATINEE EVERY WEEKDAY
Everybody Goos Ak Anybody
UWATS THE EIOGEST AID BEST SHOW WEST OF CHICM
Come to Bed Cloud and do your trad
ing. Stun Shuck spent Monday in Hits'
nigs. Lew Broalcoy was over from Lebinou
Lloyd Perry went to Guide itock,
Roy Hassinger spent Mondity in
Father Filcr.ihl spent Thursday in
Geo. Hoit was down from Cowlcs,
Ed Crary was up from Guide I Jock,
A good violin for sate. Inquire at
Dennis McCiirtneyspent tho weekend
Boy Sattley, undertaker-tiuto hearse
Mrs. Win. Reeves was up from Guide
B. L. Avery went to Lincoln, Mon
If you noed glassos, see Dr. Warrick,
Wednesday, Feb. 11.
Lee McArthur was In Kansas City,
the first of the week.
William nnd Ralph Joy spent the
wcekoud in Bivcrtou.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Griirelh autocd
to Burr Oak, Saturday.
Bev. Schtial returned home from
Franklin, Sunday morning.
Attorney Bernard McNcny returned
homo from Hastings, Friday.
Mrs. Arnold and sou, Fred woro
down from Inavale, Saturday.
Rats won't gnaw harness oilod in
Neatslouc. Get It nt Fogel's.
Bussol Amuck is on the sick list this
week but is improving at this writing.
Miss Edith McKolghan returned
home the last of the woek from Hast
ings. George Worley, Moise Bruioullcr and
J. Peter Kock wore down from Camp
boll, Monday. t
Mesd runes N. B. Simpson and Clyde
Bowen returned home Monday evening
Mrs. Elizabeth Foe and sou, Howard
attended the funeral of Mrs. Foe at
Mr. and Mrs, Bert Morhart went to
Omaha, Monday, to attend the hard
ware dealers' convention.
Mrs. Eckel, who hud been visiting
her sister, Mrs. Ed Amticlc, returned to
her home at Omaha, Thursday.
Mrs. .Moede eamo down from Blue
Hill, Friday to visit her daughters,
Medames Grant Turner and Chas.
Marion Mercer had his residence
wired for electric lights this week.
Wert Stevens wns the constructional
Len Wilmot and Henry Griffeth
went to Hastings, Monday morning, to
accompany tho hitter's wife homo from
On Sunday the following shipped
hogs to Kansas City. Delauey Bros.,
1 car; Weesner .fc Koontz, 2 cars and
J. A. McArthur, 1 car.
We are in the market for 100 to 12.ri
pounds Shoats at market price deliver
ed at Serum Plant. Will pay for do
livery to plant. C. II. Miner Serum
If you want some good draft mures,
some registered Durham bulls and
some full blooded Duroc-Jersey hogs
come to Sam Johnston's sdo February
Dr. Warrick the specialist will meet
eye, oar, nose and throat patients and
thoso needing glasses fitted at Dr.
Damerell'.i office Wednesday, Feb. 11
Hours 1 to (i only.
Wo havo a party with 81000, who
wants to buy a farm within ten miles
of Bed Cloud, niusi be worth the
money, what have you to oiler?
II L"l CHIMIN & S.w,.ir.N.
A new veteriiuriati arrived at the
home of Dr. and Mrs, Asher, Wodnes
day, and lie will no doubt remain un
til he graduates from the profession of
his father. This is the third boy with
"lie girl at the Asher home Kiverton
On Sunday, Velum Irene Schultz,
tieono month old daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Gustav Schultz, passed away at
I heir homo in tho first ward. The
funeral services were held at the home
Monday afternoon, Rev. A Schnal of
ficiating. Farm Loans
I can make you a farm loan at low
est interest and best terms to bo hud
in tho state. Please writ o mo, or call
for me at State Bank Bed Cloud. C. F
Hamilton - Gather
Succciioii to Pul Storey
Everything a man
or Boy Wears
Rod Cloud Nebraska
CIGARS that are Good
The Btantl Your Dodor Smokes
Most complete line of
Cigars and Tobaccos
in Red Cloud
On Tuesday evening, tho City Coun
cil met in regular session with Mayor
Diimerell presiding and the following
counclltnen were present: Koontz,
Hamilton. Saladon and Stovons.
Minutes of January 3 and 21 wore
read and approved.
Beport of S. It. Flornnce was rood
and ordered placed on file.
W. II. Fishor appeared before the
Council and asked thorn to allow him
$100 damagos on account ot horses fall
ing into the sewer ditch some timo in
Decomber 1910 A motion was made
and carried instructing the Clork to
notify the Elkhorn Construction Co ,
of Mr. Fisher's claim.
Application of E. W. Stevens for
license to do plumbing and electric
wiring with a bond attached covering
each ordinance was tiled nnd upon mo
tion his bonds1 wero accepted and a
license was granted.
Cleric reported that the Bond of the
Flkhorn Construction Co., had been
returned to said company for correct
ion or a new bond furnished by re
quest of Grant it Fulton Engineers.
Tho question of the Auld library
board was laid over until next meet
ing. Tho claim of 15. L, Castor and Lon
Ittiker for damages weie laid over.
The following claims were allowed;
Guy .cigler ? 1 10 0i
W. A. Pat ten SO (HI
Harry IIuHVr To 00
Carl McArthur 20 17
S. B. FloranoQ TO sJ
O. C Tool ', is
P. II. Boner Cm no
C. F. McKelghan V2 u.
Mayer Coal Co .10 (i I
V. It. Smith ii CO
W. I). F.dson r, 00
A. W. Sherman .
Borkowitz ;Knvelopo Co.
McG raw Co 0 T I
John C. Moore Co s' Jiti
II Mueller Mfg. Co 10 :;o
Mutual Oil Co IT .ii)
Sunderland Mfg Co 1 on
Tropical Paint Co Jo I)
Fred Edily 2 -j ,
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co... noO ID
jlkliorn Const Co .'t'HKi 10
Grant it Fulton
Mary S. Croighton.
.More than 100 dilierent kinds of
birds make their homos in the state oi
Nebraska, aeeonlin to thoontoinolotfj
departniout of the state university coi
Ioko of iiKi-luulture However, tho
kinds-of birds one ordinarily sees in
western Nebraska are quite dilVerent
from those commonly eneounteieu
along tho Missouri Itivcr, and no jjiveii
locality lias as many us 100 birds. Any
loeal bird list will j.tov slowly after
the L'oo mark lias been passed Fur
tlier information may bo found in Fur
mors' Ilnlletin Nos. VXl, !:,((, 17, fiuii.
Oui). (521,niid (HO and Yearbook Separ
ates 110, OUI, r.Ol, ,100, Coi and (Mo.
I'lirmt l n II V lir. 1 1 n 1 1 nnnn n..ll.... . I,,., t.
.. r, "-" "i "ri""-""""
ton, D. C.
Giving Away An Auto
The Lincoln Journal in conjunction
with It's farm paper, Tho Nebraska
Kurulist, Is jjlvlntr a Ford runabout to
the person securing thu most subscrip
tions duriiiK the month of- February.
The contest is open to anyone and a
commission of Hi) per cent is paid on
all subscriptions turned In. Tho Jour,
mil is Lincoln's ouly morning paper,
The Uuralist, formerly Tho Indepen
dent Farmer, makes a specialty of ar
tlolcs and farm news ol Interest to No
buiska farm homos. While the eon
test is htiitnwl.li.. tho piobabllity is
that there are iiionu'h prospective sub
scribers In any locality to win tho unto
for a contestant. For further Informa
tion as to the contest, address The
Stuto Journal, Lincoln, Neb.
Loren Blair shipped a mixed car of
stock to St. Joe, Wednesday.
Clyde Simpson went to Arinoun
Wednesday, to visit relatives.
Mrs. A. A. LeK'oy went to Hebron,
Wednesday, to visit her mother.
Several of the young folks enjoyed a
dance in the Masonic hall Wednesday
The Am hoy Mill . Elevator Co.,
shipped a ear of hogs to Kansas City
Mr. and Mis Chas. Atnttck, of Bird
City, were culled here Tuesday by tho
death of her father, W. J. Harris.
On Thursday morning, Mrs. Lois
Foe, aged 7:i yeats, passed away at her
homo in Cowles after an illness of sov
oral months duration. She has resided
in this county fur many' years and
leaves several children and relatives to
mourn her demise. The funeral ser
vices wero held Fiiday afternoon at
the Cowles Methodist church, Bev.
Bounds having charge of the services
alter which Interment was made in tho
Tho home talent entertainment given
for the benefit of the High School
Athletic Association at tho Orpheum
on last Friday night was recurved by a
full Jhouse and greatly pleased the
audience. The various numbers on tho
program were entirely dlll'erent from
the variety of entertainments that the
home boys and girls have been otter
ing our theater goers and their efforts
wore highly appreciated. The special
ties between acts, consisting of various
jokes, at tho expense of some of our
business men and citizens made a do
cldod hit with tho people, and exhibit
ed tho wit and humor possessed by our
rising generation, and unless wo miss
our guess wc may expect to see sonio
of the members of this troup chissed
with our leading comic opera stars
Tho next Mary Piokford picturo to
be released by Artcraft will bo "The
Prido of The Clan", which has just
been produced under tho resourceful
and artistic direction of Maurice Tour
neur, the French producer. All of the
scones are Scotch anil Mary Pickford
plays tho part of a lassie with a will
of her own and a charm that pervades
every incident of a strong and uuusua'-;
ly human story. It is said to present I
tho best natural oxterlor settings that
havo over been seen in a Piekfoul pro-1
iluctiou. This picture will be t-.hown .
at tho Orpheum theater, Saturday,
February 17th, with special orchestra
music Matinee at 'Jtl'.O, udiu. 10 and 'J0c. j
Night at 8, ailin. Io and Mc. Tickets 1
on :ilc at Cook's drug eotntnoiieing j
Saturday, Fob. Kith. Beservo youri
seats (,ii ly, without extra charge, for
the night show
Be Sure To Attend This
LIVE STOCK & FARM SALE
The undersigned will sell at public auction on the Crary farm 1 mile north and 1 mile
west of Guide Rock, and 9
Wednesday, February 14th
Commencing At IO O'clock
25 HEAD of HORSES, MARES and MULES 25
Extra good pair Molley mules wt 2200; Well matched pair bay molley mules wt 21C0;
Pair black molley mules well matched wt 2100; Soirel molley mule extra good wt 1050;
Choice bay molley mule wt 1100; Pair horse mules, bay and black, good ones, wt 2000;
Pair well matched red sorrel mules, molley and jack wt 1800. All mules coming 3 yrs
old are broke and not a poor one in the bunch.
Span black mares 4 and 5 years old, with foal, wt 3100; Bay mare 3 years old, in
foal to Jack, wt 1450; Well matched pair bay horses coming 4 and 5 wl 2500; Black
marc coming 5 years old in foal by jack wt 1500; Span well matched iron grey horses
coming 4 years old wt 2400; Black horse, family broke, vt 1250 4 years old; Black
mare 2 years old wt 1100; Black mare coming 3 years old vt 950; Brown yearling
mare; Sucking horse colt; Span well matched bay mares in foal wt2450 coming 3 and 4,
45 HEAD OECATTLE"4S '
6 goodmilch cows some giving milk, the others will be fresh soon; 15 choice coming
2-yr-old White Faced Heifers all safe in calf; 2 white faced heifers with calf at side; 3
I nninmra ,m nll i.Iai!--i f-nrA
turning u-ji-uiu wiiuc ii.i:u
coming 1 yrs; 1 registered
50 head of pure bred Poland China Immune sows safe in pig, bred
choice Poland China boars, wt from 200 to 250 lbs.
TERMS: 8 months time will be given on bankable notes bearing 8 interest on sums over $10.
LUNCH ON THE GROUNDS
Ed Crary and Chas. Bergfield
Col. G. G. Denny and Tom Swartz Auctioneers
j: Time Now to Buy Your Shoes
A BIG SAVING
: from Present Day
Mens Work $ 50
and Dress V
f LESS than the PRICES
5 Ruling Today in Most Stores
! JTT These prices arc based on Oclobcr purchases
I- JJ which arc I to $3 less than today's prices
j: Supply Your Shoe Needs Now
: Our Spring Hats and Caps are in
C. II. Miner Dr. 8. S. Deardorf, M. I). C.
MauaKcr Veterinary In Chargo
C. H. Miner Serum Co.
Anti Hog Cholera Serum
Red Cloud Nebraska
Wire or Phone at Our Expense
V. S. Veterinary License No. 45
Dr. A. E. Boles
Physical Diagnosis Laboratory
CONHL'f.TATIoN AND K.X AMINATtON FlUX
'Osteopathy tho Science of Healing
by Adjustment." (Jiven to tho
World by A. T. Still, A. I). 1971.
OFFICE OVER .SMITH SHOE STORE
Hour I'iioS-iis 1U0I) CI.OUD.NEBlt
miles straight east of Red Cloud the following property on
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ucucra oaie in tan, u uuiiiiiiH
Shorthorn bull coming 2 yrs.
7-f t Acme binder nearly new, Iloosicr press drill 10 hole nearly new
3-section harrow nearly new. sulky plow, riding cultivator, 1-row
stalk cutter, 2-row machine, hay buck, wagon and rack, 2 inch set
extra good nearly new harness, 1 inch set harness good shape.
Prices at Our Store
Clothing Co. I
Better Kodak Finishing
And Developing. .:.
A Full Line of Supplies
MAIL YOUR ORDER TO US
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You the Fixtures
E. S. Garber
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