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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1918)
RED OLOUD, N1BRASKA, OHZIF
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AS TOLD TO US
Phillip Trant was in Hustings Tues
day. A. Forest was down from Campbell,
Mrs. Owen Laity left1 Monday for
Mrs. Roy Oatinuti spent Tuesday in
Elmer Harris returned to Cowlcs,
Miss Nina .Simmons was n pascnger
to York, Krlday.
Albert Delph catno down from Ina
L'rntik Starr made a business trip to
Will l'egg leturned home MondRy
evening from (Jraftou.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watt of Guide
Keck spent Sunday in this city.
Mrs. l'eit Motdmrt went to Kearney,
Monday to visit her sister.
Miles Weaver and Will Osborno went
to Itladcn, Wednesday, to shuck corn
Harvey Sutton ind Alviu Schanks
visited with relatives in Oxford the
last of the week.
Owing to the death of her father,
Mr. and Mrs. Jaqucs were called to
Fort Scott, Kansas, Monday.
Mrs. John Stauser and daughter,
Miss Mildred, were pnssengers to
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robbins returned
to their home at Guide Rock Monday
after spending a few days with Mrs. IV
Kobbins. ' ,
Mrs. Art Robinson returned to her
home at Guide Rock Monday, after a
short visit in the city with her mother,
Mrs. Fred Wittwer.
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In Groceries for len Pays
Here is a chance for;you to conserve if you take
advantage of prices below. The Sale starts
Friday morning, January 25 and ends
Saturday night, February 2, 1918. Our
motto is Good Service, Glean Goods and Courteous
treatment to all.
Regular Sale Price
Largo jar pickles :10c 'Mo
Large jar olives 30c 2.1 u
Large cau red beans 15c He
Large can Pork and Roans 20c Vi)i
Pork and Deans 13c loc
Canned Spaghetti, large enn . . .'. 20o 12
Colluloid starch 10c t for 25c
String beans cauned ' 20o lite
Hein. Pork and beans l8o lru
Large can tomatoes 23c. .20, 2 for 35o
Small can tomatoes .-. . 20c lOo
Large can kraut.... . 25c. 20, 2 for.'fto
Large can hominy 15c 10c
Large can pumpkin 20c lGc
Large can pears v 35c 25c
Large can peaches 30c 25o
Large can apricots 30c 25c
Large can Royal Ann. Cherries, 35c 2Sc
Large can Pineapple'. . ....' 30c 25c
Fancy canned Olaokberries,.... 30c 23c
Fancy oatmed Loganberries. ...'. 30c 23c
Fancy canned Red Raspberries 25c... ....... ,20o
Corn .' 20c .'..llJc
Corn loo 12K
PinkSalmon 20o 17tf
Chum Salmon 150 12
Peas . .' ' 20c 10c
5 lb bag Sbepherdson'fi Pancake Flour 35c 30c
Ma tch es r - .l 05 o
All washing powders ' 05o
Largo Pkg.Oit Meal 30c 25c
Small Pkg Oat Meal 15c 10c
Corn Flakes 10c 4 for 25c
Puffed Wheat )
Puffed Rico 18o 15c
Puffed Com 1 ,
Kellogg's Corn Flakes. .' ' 12 10c
Cream of Wheat 30c..-. 25c
Flake nomlny 3 lbs for 25c
Home grown Pinto beans , 2 lbs for 25c
FRESn FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
A (iood Assortment Fancy Crackers and Cookies Hulk and Packago
Fleechtnans' Compressed Yeast
LOWNEVS CHOCOLATES FOLDER'S TEAS and COFFEES
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES PAID FOR UUTTER AND EQGS
We Have Added a Nice Uoz Rest Room to Our Store. Come in and
Make Yourself at Home,
N. A. PLATT
Rimer Harris was a passenger to
Mrs. Nute IMatt visited relatives in
Jacob Petersen went up to Hastings
Friday to visit lelatives.
Mi-s Mollio Ferris was a passenger
to Untnd Islhnd the last of the week.
Hotel for Rent ImpUre D. L
Dailey Inavale. '.'.I
Sam iloncswent down to llnldu Rook
the ill st of the week to visit lelatives
Wxsti.I) Houe work by day or
week. inquire at this otlice.
Rev. Rates arrived homo Monday
morning from Uloomington, where he
held services Sunday.
W. T. Mountfoid and K. 15. Green
departed Monday for llladcn, where
they will shuck corn.
Hurl Hall left Monday for Hastings,
where he will spend a week working
for the Willuid Service Station.
Mrs. (Jims. Weisz departed Monday
for her home at Chicago, Hfter a few
days visit in the city with i datives.
Mrs. K. A. Cielghton was a passen
ger to Blue Hill .Monday, to visit with
her sister, Mrs. Qund and family.
I. 11. Uniley left this morning for
Omaha, for a few days visit with his
sons, Will and Grant JJalloy.
Mr. and Mr. Wilbur Hamilton went
down to Guide Rook to visit her moth
er, Mrs. Ferguson.
Mr. and Mrs. Xorman Phillips uud
William ilolfmnn left Friday morning
for Mtchllvld to Wait lelatives.
Warren Thomas and wife spout Sun
dty at the home of his father, V. H.
Thomas and wifo.
Coal thieves are again at work in the
city. Two coal houses in the- north
oist part of town were entered and a
quantity of fuel taken.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cnrretson and
children of Van Tassell, Wyoming, are
visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs.
Makes no diAercnco mart led or
single you should sec that home talent,
play at the Orphcum to-night, "A Poor
Sam Schuck and Branson Stewart
returned home from Denver and Colo
rado Springs, Friday morning, where
they attended to some business affairs.
T. C. ShclTer of Denver, Colorado,
visited at the home of his sister, Mrs.
W. O. Warren, Thursday night of last
wcok. Mr. Sheffer was enroute from
Chicago to his home.
Fred Corbott is in MoCook to-day on
Eyes tested, glasses fitted. J. C.
Mitchell, tlin Jeweler.
Read the Hato-Stanscr sale ad on
another pngeof this issue.
Oood meals good service modcrat
prices Powell & Popo's cafe.
Miss Rlnora Smith was a passougct'
to Kcuruoy tho last of tlio week.
Dell Holiday and Tom Mackey wont
down to Superior, Wednesday inoin
lug. Mrs. Ualph Tumblesou of (Iraud
Island is visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Al Hours.
"A Poor Murricd Man", Orphcum
to-night, beuoflt R. C. II. S. athletic
Smith Uros. of Suporior will hold
their 22nd annual hog sale on Friday
Roxie Weaver returned to this city
Tuesday evening, after a few days
s punt in Omaha and Grand Island.
Mr. uud Mis. Swartzfoger roturned
to Ayr, Friday morning, after a short
visit with her mother, Mrs. Josephine
Hen Williams of Kansus City, Mo.,
is visiting relatives horn He recently
enlisted in the army and U waiting to
be called for service.
liny LaudatScrultou, Colorado Seo
Rose Utothersof lilue Hill, Nebraska
or go to Jos. A. Collins, Stratum, Colo
rado. ,t 12t Rosi: linos.
Mrs. W. II. Dillon returned to hor
home at Galveston, Texas, Friday
morning, after a few weeks' visit with
her patent;, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Delpli.
Phil Sherwood, who sovcral weeks
ago enlisted in the Quarter masters
department of the U. S Army, left
Tuesday morning for Chicago, Illinois.
The best local talent play ever offer
ed will bo "A Poor Married Man," ut
the Orphcum to-night. You'll enjoy it.
Benefit R. C. II. S. Athletic Associa
tion. Lowest rates, .best terms and option
and in any amount. No inspection ex
pense, aod absolutely no delay. Six
plans to choose from. Solo agent for
Trevett. Matt is & Baker.
J. H. Bailey.
Come to the Orpheum Friday, Jan
uary 25th and sec William S. Hart in
that 5 act western drama ' The Dis
ciple''. A great triangle feature show
starts at 7:30. Adm. 0 and 17c.
Mr. and Mm. Charles Phares, who
reside north of this city, are rejoicing
over the arrival of an eight pound boy
at their home Tuesday evening. l)r.
Cook was the attending physician.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McKclvie of
Rock Rapids, Iowa, who have been
visiting at the homo of his sister, Mrs.
IE M, Ege, left Wednesday for Lincoln
wiicru uiey win visit his parents Be
fore returning to Rock Rapids.
Cash Scrivncr and Will Dooso have
gono to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they
will engage In carpenter work. We re
gret to see the boys leave here and
trust that they will bo successful down
In the Oil State.
"WANTED A good, steady, gentle
manly salesman to handle a Ward's
wagon In Webster County. No exper
ience needed. For full particulars
write promptly to Dr. Ward's Medical
Company, Winona, Minnesota. Estab
ished 185(1. 4S-G
Louis Schult. has-deserted the ranks
of the printer's and joined the photo
graphers, having left for McMlnnville,
Tennessee on Tuesday of this week,
where he will enter a school of photo
Louis Bright, Albert Soderlin and
Roy Garretson of Camp Fuuston, Kan
sas, spent Sunday with relatives and
friends. All the boys are looking line
and say that they enjoy camp life, ex
cept wheif it comes to "turning out"
these mornings when the mercury
hovers around the zero mark.
The Ladies Bible Class and tho Aid
Society of the Christian church gave a
farewell surprise in honor of Mrs. Cut
ter Friday evening, who expects to,
soon make her future home in Wiscon
sin. A beautiful souvenir was present
ed to Mrs, Cutter. Mrs. Cutter's de
parture is a real loss to the church and
community but a gain to the Wiscon
Mr. Herbert L. Couch, engineer for
the State Railway Commission, arrived
in the city Tuesday. He will take an
Inventory of the holdings of the Lin
coln Telephone and Telegraph Com
pany and Farmers Independent Tele
phone Company. At present he is at
work on the Independent Company's
plant and lines. It will require about
ten day to complete the task.
Private money lowest interest
No delay, money hore. All papers
kept here and payable ut homo bank
I also make regular company loans on
besterms to be had. Call for me at
Btato Bank. C. F Gather. tf
ThiFuLKtAT home expect you
IISV rULRO-ro TELL 'EM ALL ABOUT
Exhilarating Burlesu; Vaudeville
MolpiH. Iillllict fettle f iilrunul
LAKES IIME MATINEE EVEIY WEEKHY
Everybody Goats Atk Anybody
UMTS THE IIMEST MO IKTIWI WIST Of CHICASO
The Red Cloud Chief
Appreciated in France
The following letter was received by
the editor the first of tho weok, from
Corporal Verlln W. Tiiylor,soniewliero
Somowhcro In France,
December 2i, 1017
I wish that I might toll you a few of
tho pleasures as well as the trials and
ttibulatlotis of myself and others here
"snmuwhero in Franco," but It's Im
possible for reasons best known to
those whom it concerns. However I
am suro that none of these few lines
will be scratched out in which I try
humbly to tell you how I look forward
to the mall that brings to me tho "Red
Cloud Chief," thanking the editor ns
well as those who are de.xr to mo
Surely our little city Is prospering,
often as I read tho headlines that state
the advancement of oil wolls, paving,
etc, I wonder if I will he able to find
where tho old home usod to stand.
"Relieve mo, I'll risk the chance, just
any timo now."
Your devoted reader,
VniLiN W. Taylor,
Battery "C,"Dth F. A.
Mrs. Silvoy was in Red Cloud Sat
urday. Mr. Cliailcs Hunter is on tho sick
list this week.
Chauncoy Saunders is homo mak
ing a short visit with his parents.
Joe Topham Jr. and wifo au'ocd to
Inavale Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Nellc Ilunlcr and son and
Miss Nesbitt spent Friday of last
week in Red Cloud.
Oris Mnlkins from Powell, Wyo., is
hcic making a short visit with his
parents and friends.
Dr. Nail of Rivcrton was called
here Saturday of last week to attend
the illness of Mrs. Irons who is con
siderable better now.
i Charley Arnold is at home suffer
ing with rheumatism and will not be
ab'Ie to go back to camp for some
time. Mrs. Sadie Holdrcdgc nnd Mrs. I.
W. Thompson and son were enter
tained Monday afternoon at a six
o'clock dinner at Mr. and Mrs. Eli
C. E. Joyce, Guy Barker and fam
ilcs, Mrs. Sadie Holdrcdgc, Mrs.
I. W. Thompson and son wero enter
tained at a 12 o'clock dinner Tuesday
by.Witl Topham and family,
jj'jMrs. I. W. Thompson and son ac
companied Mrs. Sadie Holdrcdgc to'
GJjeat Bend and after a few days vis
it, there will go o her homo at Laa
Vagas, New JMtyxico.' f . (
Ethel SticknoyrtvcnbtojRuskin Sun
day and returned with Ray Stickncy's
children as Ray's wife was taken to a
hospital for an operation for appen
dicitis. 'Miss Mnblc Carpenter finished the
11th grade in Red Cloud last week nnd
'will stay at home to help her mother
the rest of tho term and then take up
the 12th grade at the beginning of
Mrs. Sadie Holdrcdgo left Wednes
day for Red Cloud to take tho mid
night train to Great Bend, Kans.,
where she expects to make an ex
tended visit with her sislcr, Mrs. C.
. Kansas Pickups
E. E. Spurrier is on the sick list
Ray Slonikcr sold a couple of loads
of hogs at Lebanon last week.
Mrs. J. C. Peterson spent Thursday
with Mrs. E. E. Spurrier.
Fay Upp and Joe Morgan helped
saw wood at Orill Upp'a Saturday.
Fay -TJpp and family visited J. V.
Harcsnape's Sunday evening. -
B. T. Panye and family ate Sunday
dinner at D. K. Grewell's.
Mrs. Clara " Joshson visited Mrs.
E. E. Spurrier Wednesday of last
Willie Brown who is going to school
at Miltonvale, Kans., is home for a
few days vacation,
Leo Abbott and Robert Lannigan
marketed hogs at Red Cloud last
Edith Grcwell, the Cora school
teacher, is boarding over at Mr.
Hutchingspn's, while its so cold.
Ray Slonikcr was called to Burr
Oak Monday night on account of the
illness of his infant son, Lloyd.
Earl Abbott and Mclba Spurrier
visited Saturday and Sunday at tho
home of Earl's sister, Mrs. Mary Mar
riott, at Lebanon.
The brothers and sisters of F. M.
Brown, went to his hpmo last Friday
evening with well filled baskets and
reminded Ficd of his birthday. After
they had partaken of a bounteous sup
per (forgetting to Hooverize) tho
'evening was spent in social conver
sation and at a late hour all went
homo wishing Fred many more happy
We are Selling
Blue Serge Suits
Up to February 1st at
The New Price Scale Will Go Into Effect February 1
Lots of people are taking advantage
of these prices. WHY NOT YOU?
Cowden -Kaley Clothing Co.
Why don't You buy her
the Best Range?
The most important part of home equipment is the
cooking range. Look at the range your wife or mother
is using. Ask her if she is perfectly satisfied with it.
Then come and see us. We will show you
Harness and Leather Goods
Having decided to retire from business I am offer
my ENTIRE STOCK of harness, collars, halters
and all kinds of strap work and repairs for harness
also trunks, suit cases, traveling bags and pocket
books at CUT PRICES. I have about 25 sets of
FARM HARNESS that I will offer at last years
pries and TEr PER CENT OFF until sold, also
ten per cent off on leather collars. Now is the
time to supply wants for spring work on the farm
at MONEY SAVING PRICES. I also have a few
gallons of strictly pure Neatsfoot oil for $1.50 gal.
We solicit a share of your
patronage during ipi8
wareDealer Out Sale
PLATT & FREES
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