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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 27, 1918)
RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
I N. A. PLATT
J. Our Mo'io Cleanliness, Quality, Service, Price
Folgers Coffees, Teas, Extracts and Spices
' Frontier and Acropolis Canned Goods
Itens Crackers and Cookies KiLTc1
Hastings Bread Fresh Daily
Highest Prices Paid for Your Produce
Cash or Trade
Give us a chance to supply your want. Your
trade appreciated. Courteous treatment to all.
Rest room in store come in
and make yourself at home.
AS TOLD TO US
.. , :
Read tlio Orpheum h 1 on pogc s.
Clyde Fitney was here from limvnle
Earl McICliumoy visited Denver, Col.,
Irvin Springer left for Camp Cody
Archie Potter came home from Omaha
Mr Donald Cloud, of Inavale, was
in the city yesterday.
Salmon Upson has returned to his
home at Kenosha, Wis.
Carl Jernuerg is reported arrived
safely somewhere in France.
Turn to page eight, read the Orph.
cum ad. It will interest you.
Eat and drink at Powell &, Pope's
Mrs. F A. Hilderbrandt is home
,from a visit with relatives at Alma.
Mr and Mrs. .James P.urden, and
Uernard, nre home from CbIIro, Mo.
Faruieis' Union meeting at Kellogg
Hall every Thursday night at Si.lo. tf
Misses lllimclio and Mildred Pope
spent the week end with relatives at
Mrs. Geoiyla Long has gone to Den
ver, and will keep lioue for hor
Chas. Hunter and son came over
from Inavale Saturday to attend the
Harness repahing and lmlf-soleing,
in basement under Egc's store. P. U.
Harry Waller and family from Cowlcs
spent Saturday and Sunday with their
relatives in Red Cloud
Mr. and Mrs. R. L Avery, who have
been visiting friends here, returned to
their home at Lincoln, Friday.
See the gie&t western drama in live
hc's at the Orpheum (Thursday). The
show starts at 8..10. Admission (ic-llc
Thlity-flveof the latest modol M-'lo
lilies for the Homo Uuurds wore ordered
Saturday from St. Louis by G. W.
Our enterpiising hardware merchant
Oeo. V. Trine has installed in Ids store
one ot the new Detroit Automatio
Join the War Savings Society
Mrs V. A. Sherwood and .Mrs. J. II,
llailey wore in llladen and llltio Hill
Wednesday giving instructions to the
Chapter's in Red Cross wotk. I
Col.J.lI.Ellinger handled the Koontz
administratrix sale last Saturday in
his customary successful style. Every
thing was sold, and sold well.
The First Methodist Church hold a
well attended open air service Sunday
evening. This will lie repeated next
Sunday. Come out and worship under
the blue sky.
Word has been received that Everett
Stroup, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Stroup oflled Cloud, and a member of
Company K of Camp Cody, New Me.
is on his way to Prance.
The Al lieois family have shipped
their household goods to Scotts Hluif,
where Mr. Beers Is engaged In the
same line of work that he followed
Mrs. J. P. Gi lines wont to (irtind
Island Saturday to see her soldier son
John, who was to pass tluough there
Sunday onroute to a training eatrp.
Mr, and Mrs E. I. Grimes went out by
auto Sunday morning
The Nuwho'.isc ami I'liaies f unities
enjoyed a pli-n-int luiimmi at the
Iioiiih of Cliis. I'liaies in th country.,
Sunday, Mrs. Uailmra i'liaies' on
Henry, fiom I'ontiul City' being the
guest of honor His wife and child
aroexpej'.o 1 here tli'j llrst of the week
for a brief visit.
Miss Hazel I'.uiden is home from
Jack Waller, of Cowles, was in the
Cecil Urtrrett was home ironi Super,
ior over Sunday.
Al Holdredge. of Itiverton, was a
Saturday visitor here.
Eyes tested, glosses fitted. J. C.
Mitchell, the Jeweler.
A. H. Hoffman, of Hluo Hill, was in
the city Tuesday evening.
Henry Clauson has gone to Denvor,
Col., where he has employment.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCracken are
visiting relatives and friends in Denver
Questlonaires are now bolng sent to
the young men who registered Jtiuo
Mrs. V. A. Sherwood is home after
an extended, visit at Atlantic coast
Jas. Mclutosh bought the jack sold
at the Koontz sale, paying S1,000 for
Mrs. P. II. Hotter is entertaining her
bister Mrs. It. H. Wilson and Opal Iter
daughter, from Kansas City.
Rev. V. M. Harper, J. M. Hewitt and
Mrs. N. M.tireen attended the Uaptist
District Association at Olenville this
H E. tuicf, until icceiitly of the
Urtce iV Chimes IJuig Co , left for his
tin in home in Colorado last Thursday
Join the War Savings Society
Dr. and Mrs. Creighton left Red
Cloud Sunday morning on n vacation
trip to Chicago and other eastern
Miss Clara Warren who is attending
Hastings College, spent the week eud
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Warren. rt
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Capper, of Leba
non, Kan., were visiting relatives here
over Sunday. Mr. Capper left Tuesday
for Camp Punston.
County Attorney and Mrs. P.J. Mini
day are entertaining relatives Mrs.
M. J. Munday of Edison, Neb., and Mrs
J. C. Dicks of Cordon, Neb.
Cards have been received announc
ing that Emil.1. Polnieky, son of Mrs.
Mary Polnieky, of Red Cloud, lias ar
rived safely soniowheto in Prance.
Rev. J. L, lieebe nttended a large
picnic of the Partnots Union at Wil
liams Grove, near Culdc Rock, Ptiday,
where lie otliclated as orator of the
Rev. John E.unst, who underwent an
oputation for appendicitis last week,
is repotted a tfcoveiing very nicHy.
He Is convinced that the opi-rMiou
saved his life
Master Austin Ci timer, of Red
Cloud, returned homo dining tho week,
after spending n couple of weeks at
the homo of his grandmother ,Mrs.
W. 1$. Cramer. Blnden Enterprise.
Stray mule came on my farm, ! miles
south and 7 miles cist of Red Cloud,
June 7th. Owner can have s'line by
ptoving propei ty and pajing expense,
Including this notice. (Jmi.ii Chow
i:u. -J Mr
Last hatiuday William Unves pur
chased the Kont Uroi. bus and bag
gage lino and consolidates It with his
own. This is a good move for all who
are interested. One bus line is ample
for all demands of the travelling public.
Tho 1-Minute Men. C. II. .Miner,
chairman, Attorney Howard S, Foe,
ditcctor. will hold a special mooting
at the Court House tills evening to
arrange for their wot it in tho War
.stamp Savings Snelt'lifH ol the county.
Itopintsaiv being ilictilated that tho
government, will tj broom com and
other crop $'i per acre. Tins isolllelally
denied at Washington, County .gonr'
are leijtiehlcd to aid in lncnliii the
souicu of thcMt icpoi is which hid un.
dottbtudly spiead for the puiposuof
Their Country's Call
The '-f men lat lalled for setvoe.
left Rid Cloud tins motnlmr for Ft
11 ley and Ciitnp Punston A batujitet
wif seived them at the Powell A Pope
lestHiitii'it last tught. with color deco.
raMnns and a dainty and complete
menu Aftetwmd Mayor Daineiell tip.
propi lately Introduced llev. P.tthet
Fitzgerald who gave an iinptcsive
and eloiiuent address regarding the
duties and conduct which the new life
they weie entering would demand
Mi's Hettha Doyle went to Hardy
licit Leonard was lieie fiom Inavate
II Keeney. of Cowles, was in the
Mrs W. V. Deal has gone to her
new homo at Alliance.
l.ood mealsgood service model ate
prices Powell .V; Pope's cafe.
Mr. and Mis John Heed, of Superior,
were lied Cloud visitors Saturday.
Mts. C. Cearrow, of St. Joe. is visit
ing the Nelson mid Clauson families.
Chaiincy McDowell has gone to Ax
tell where he will assist in the harvest.
Mr and Mrs, C A. Ilttffer, were here
visiting relatives Saturday and Sun
day. Mrs. E. M. Ego took her Sunday
School cltis to Amboy for a picnic
Mrs. Ilernice Sandersou of Lincoln,
is in the city visiting her parents, Chas.
l'jttcr and wife.
C. A. Heriiek made a trip to Cow les
Wednesday to look after the adjust
ment of Mate Hail Insurance loss.
Miss ISortliH Potter returned homo
from Lincoln Tuesday night, whete
she had been visiting her sister for
Join tho War Savings Society
Owing to tho advancing cost of every
thing required in the business the bus
tare will hereafter be l.r cents each
way. W.m. Hayks, Dus Lino
Tho Auld Public Library will be
open on July 4th from - to !i:.J0 and 7
to Up. m. You are welcome- to go in
and rest if you desire.
Louie Sennit, returned Tuesday
evening from McMinnville, Teun.,
where he has just completed a course
in photography at the Southern School
Mrs R. F. Godfrey will go to Davan
na the llrst of next week, where her
husband is now loented. Mr. Codfrey
was a valued employe at tho Powell A
Mr ami Mis. s.'c. Ellis,assisisted by
Mr. and Mis. N. U. Bush entertained
with a musical lawn parly at the Ell'ii
home Tuchduy evonitig. Mrs. Diamond
of Otis, Colo was the guest if honoi
Light lel'reshiuents weio served and
tlio large assembly of friends had a
most enjoyable time.
Those who missed seeing tlio "Heart
of n Slacker," photo play at the Oiphe
mil Saturday, lost a treat in tho pictutc
line. We have seen many, and this
ranks with tiic best. Roth as a picture
production and a strong lesson in pat
riotism it is exceptionally good. Mau
uger Retzman deserves commendation
for tho class of "silent drnma" he is
Someone left a bottle somewhere and
someone else called at the Chief ofllce
inquiring for it. Nothing doing here.
Wo do not say or imply anything re
garding tills particular bottle, for wo
don't know anything about it other
than as nbovo stated. On general
principles wo meroly remark that, it is
unsafe to leave bottles around, nlthough
the degroo of "unsafety" vaiies greatly
with the contents thercot.
F. M Cochrane, of Inavale, was a
pleasant caller nt this onleo Saturday.
Mr. Cochtano Is a pioneer resident ot
this section of the country, arriving
here ahead ot the railroads and when
there was but one storo In what is now
this city of Red Cloud Ho climbed tho
Chief t airway, down ami up, with
agility truly surprising when one thinks
of tlio fact that on Juno 1th, just past,
he celebrated his olglity-fniirfli birth
Louisa Haiiey, fot many years n
staunch subscriber to tlio Chlei, who
for some time past 1ms been staying at
the homo of Alfred Drown in t lie Inn
vale country, has returned to Red
Cloud for n wliilo. About a year ago
she had tlio tnisfoi trine to fall and
break her right arm at. tho wrist and
although glvon the best of tieatinent
it still troubles her. Sho has, in com
mon with the old settlers, many inter.
e.stmg reminiscences of Red Cloud's
early history. Among other incidents
bolng the production of the heading
which distinguishes Tho Red Cloud
Chief from hosts of other newspaper
throughout the country, an artist
at that time stopping at her ho.ise.
Several young pcoulc from this
county arc planning to attend tlio well
known Giantl Island Htibincss College
at Gtand Island, Nehr.
It is ono of Mio latgest and oldest
commercial schools in tlio We.-t and
positively guarantees positions to its
graduates. An a patriotic duty on ac
count of tho shottago of office help,
tho school has decided to extend a
splendid offer to a limited number.'
Send for free catalogue.
Pi 'sr it,t to ,,. i st 0f tl ,, Pi ier.il
Food i innlsti.it inn n ..pp, nt liter titig
of nil ') i.-sbi I'toitMi of W .. i in r
Wl'l ' v ! 1 at ttlt oiliitl lit 1,011
In !! it ( mud, S itni lay .luie'i fs
at ! o ! k. i) m . f"f the nun ie ..I
net ft,' l' a coMirv ntt.Mii . it i n .in,!
detenu mug the prl e feu tlueshing fi
the seas .i ,,f JplS, find for Hileh .itliet
lltattei-. tJi.it innv come befile the
org'in I'K'ii. Public Interest dem itels
your .i"i nt on
l: E. M(I3i:,'iL IVdet.il Foul
Ailtnini.ti.iti, Webster Co
To tit. People of Red Cloud:
You and the members of yourliouse
hold ti li"tehy notified to attend a
mectii .it the Oipheitm Theatre Fri
day, .1 n. 2Sth, promptly at tlnce
o'clock p ni., for the purpose of or
ganif g War Saving Societies. The
Govom i.nt expects every loyal cit
izen, o mg and old, to join a V.ar
Savin.- Society. A lrcord will he kept
of th pi cent and thoso absent.
WARD M. BURGESS,
Nel .i-ka War Savings Ditcctor
Undo Authority of United States
Sugar Sales Limited
Sal - of sugar to consumers living
in cit" ..nd towns, are now limited to
two p .tuN, while five pounds arc the
most '.it may bo sold to those who
live in ' nal communities. Announce
ment "i -hoso now regulations by Fed
eial 1 hi 1 Administrator Wattles
come? a .i result of tho losses in sub
marine attacks and big demnnds for
canning and preserving. Tho now
rules aie now effective.
The new order hns no effect on tho
sugar that can be bought for canning
and ptf-erving. Housewives may buy
25 pounds providing they sign a cer
tificate that tho sugar will ho used
for canning and preserving.
Donald I. Pope Dead
Donal 1 I. Pope, son of Mrs. Laura
J. Pope of tills city died in Omaha
Tuesday morning, Uright's disense be
lug the immediate cause.
Mr. P.ipe was born in Oak Creek
township, Webster county, in 187."),
where his father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. A A Pope settled at an early
dato in the history of Nebraska His
.father was for many years Siipeiinten
dent of schools, mil was the founder
of tho .niplenieiir and haidware busi
ness nirv conducted heieliy Pope Ilios
ItesM'", histued mother, two hi others
Mvin uid Punt, and it sister. Luis are
us imtilfilinn relativi s miivhuiu
lissr CiWV nl. Jay ami Cemge Pot
ato utleles of the .huv ised.
l'h) mortal clay will he Iiioii;1ii
heie Friday morning, and funeral
seiv oes lield from the mother's hnino
at ten o'clock.
Food Rules for the Fourth
Merchants are prohibited from sell
ing sugar to be used for lemonade
stands at picnics, celebrations, and
other social occasions unless purchaser
surrenders certificates Issued by the
Federal Pood Administration.
Sinkings by sub-mari-.o-s has caused
an ueute shortage of sugar for tempo
rary use, and lias resulted In drastic
regulations, A family is only per
mitted two to live pounds for house
hold 'ise, and a maximum of tvventv
live p ninds for canning purposes, un
less ly special permit. Merchants
shou i not sell more than two pounds
per i i son per month. P.e pattiotic,
help if soldiers, save sugar.
Ho ver asks for beef conservation
Whj Our soldiois need it Putyoiir
patti Usui to tlio test. Let us forego
tile tie of bt"t on the Fouith of July,
an I i unserve moat at all times. Re
buke the "food slacker'' who oilers' to
serve htcf nn the anniveisary of out
X-it.iiil Indepoiidatiee. Uno instead
pork egg.f "weenies," roosteis, livei,
pigs tiet, ham, canned goods mid lish,
Hav beef for our boys at the front
and In Ipllck the Kaiser.
Tin tlour supply is nearly exhausted
and l liters inform us that tlioy can
siippK a very limited amount of bread
for P nth of July. Pies nud cakes
slioul 1 not be niado with wheat Hour
Do yi ir own baking and see that youi
bread has a good pattiotic color.
Ever.v no is watching you. Put con
sciein and heart into your "service
bchl n ! tiie lines " lie eveiy day 100
per e ut American Translate the
song Keep tlio Home Flies Hurtling '
into a I ving reality by guarding the
food mpply of our brave soldiers in
Very tespect fully,
U. E McilHIIlK.
I'edeial Pood Adtnliilstiatoi
For Webster County
Wicycmie County. Uart., Improvni Farm
WW a ipb,:W) acies under plow, 'J 10
III past io. All tillable A finely tin
pioveo fin rn, uj miles from Saint
Pranei '. miles front heeler, 3 miles
from s.int Fronds. Goodland graded
road, .ent shaio crop goes with miIo.
It' snlil at onco. A tine bargain at
S17.0U) id, Can give terms. Write or
come quickly. 'No trades.
Tiuvis W. JIl'.N.I.VMIN,,
25.,., Saint Francis, Kansas.
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You always get the very
best at our store because
QUALITY goods are the
only kind we sell. The
brands we carry in stock
are recognized . by the
housewife as the VERY
BEST of their kind.
Everything Fresh and Pure
Chase & Sanborns Coffees
Itens Crackers and Cookies
Batavia Jams and Spices
Sunflower Canned Goods
M. A. ALBRIGHT
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and Telegraph Co.
GEO. J. WARREN, Manager
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as in the telephone service.
A telephone costs a few cents a day.
The SERVICE it renders could not be
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A telephone installed at once will pro
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