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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1918)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Friday and Saturday
Eva Tanquay, the famous Vaudeville
Oun and Star entertainer In
THE WILD GIRL
"The Wil.l Olvl" written especial
lv for Miss Tiiuqimv, kIvos her ex
ceptionnl opportunities Miss Tun
rjuny brings to her Interpretation
of the title role sill tlmt youthful
zest nml iibmiilon which stumps her
work on the stuge, ami her picture
of the little heiress reared by rov
iK gypsies, is mi appealing one
Miss Tauquiiy's entrance into the
(Urn world U a notable occurence.
She is without doubt the most pop
ulur public entertainer on the
A stattliiig costume rcvuo pre
cedes the showing of tin 'Wild
Oh-I." Iti it, Mij Tanquny appears
in the .seik's of odd niiil daring cos.
tume natir.ns whieh are indis
solu'ily nt-ornitori with lior Viiu
deville triumphs. The extravagant
bi-uuty ami richness of this particu
lar featuie i-, more than entertain
ing, especially to tin ladies.
The program will also iucluilo a
rattling good enino ly,
ing Her Romeo
Adtntulon 17 and lie
Matinee, Saturday at -l P. M.
Monday and Tuesday
Oct. 74-1 5
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A.MBIMCAXS Cil'l'l KB v
( I1ATB U THEIBKY
BRITAIN BATTKBS THE IIL'N
ITALY DOES HElt PART
I'li-stMit' ii tiv Committee on I'md'u-Iiit'oi-iii
ilioii through tne Division
Cartoon & American Travel
Admission J7 and 1 1c
Constance Talmadge in
Good Night Paul
"CCIC& NIOH i.i'AUL!"
4 " M iLtZfeSs o
AFOTHER DELIGHTFUL B
AJmi sicn 17 and 1 Ic
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C'(jMlNli-:et we.-k. IV. v ami
Safnrd'iy, Mary I'ieU'.rl In
Am .1 !lla ii' '!i)'li s Bine Ally.
t'n.MINU - A H'M'-i.t Kitimiiifi.
FIRST SHOW AT 0 SHARP
NOTHING ELSE LIKE IT
IN RED CLOUD
There hns never lien anything 11
lied Cloud with the INtiTANl' aeth n
of simple buckthorn liar!', glj-cerino
etc. as mixed in Adlcr-i-lni. ONE
Sl'oONFL'B Hushes the ENTIRE
bowel tract so completely it relieves
ANY' CASE sour btoroueli, gas or con
btipation and prevents appendicitis.
The INSTANT, pleasant action of AC-ler-l-Uu
surprises both di ctors and
patients. Cluis. L. Cot' ing.
Thft Ffll K5 AT ,!0ME EXPECT YOU
iriC rULlVd TO TELL 'EM ALL ABOUT
"OMAHA'S FUN thnf1t? VISIT
CENTRE," THE Q$&M$ ,?"
Exhilarating Burlesque; Vaudeville
EijuIjij. Btllllmt Scielc EnilcnminT
LADIES' OIME MATINEE EVERY WEEKDAY
a Everybody Goot Aik Anybody v
U'MS THE BIOQEJT AIO 6HI 5H3W KtiT OF CHICAGO
AS TOLD TO US
Hat and drink at l'owell it Pope's
Mr. and Mrs Win. Kl.er loturned to
Lincoln Sunday evening.
Fre-h Hastings hreud daily at IMntt's
Fresh HabtitiRS bread dally at Piatt's
Dr. Creinhton and .1. C. Mitchell aie
reported on tlio sick list.
Onions for sale. Inquire Uhus. Nas
ser, Incl. Phono 13 on 3. , .'HUf
Mis. J. 11. Bailey Iscontlned to her
homo witli an attack of lagrippe.
Miss. Kathrru Burke returned from
Walnut, lown. Sunday nltflit.
The Farmers Union are expecting
another carload of nice potatoes with
in a few days.
Wo ask you to pay up because wo
think we honestly deserve It. Come
In and talk it over.
Mrs. C. II. Miner is liome from Lin.
coin where she hns been spending a
week with her daughter.
Mi John Pottor is critically ill at
tldh wilting and her children haw
bo "ii Mimmoned to hoi' .bedside
Mr-. Lulu Fuller of Tulsu, Ok In , Is
hero on account of the illness of her
mother, Mr.s J. U. Potter.
Bold. Potter of Okmulgee, Okla.,
arrived hero last night, called by the
Illness of his mother, Mr.s. .1. 13. Potter.
Bov Garner tnought his father, John
Garbcr homo from Kullorton, Neb..
Sunday, wheio he has spent the sum
mer. Mrs Geo. Lindsey of San Iliego.
Call., arrived here the tirstof the week
for an extended visit with relatives
Mrs. I. Frisbic of Lester, is moving
to l'nl Cloud, this week and will, for
the present, make her home with her
sister, Mis. .1. J. Gnrher.
Miss Blanche Bjiucr who hns been
teaching at Fairbury, Nek, is home,
the sfi-uols at that, plseo having been
closed on account of public health.
Will Pouts of Scotts Uluir. uhohn.
been visiting his father, Gun limits,
and other relatives here, returned to
his liumu Wednesday.
II. .1 llrown who went to Wauueti
jiot long since, was in the city the llrsf
of the week. lie re'.iu ued to hK em
ployment Wednesday evening.
Geo. J. Warren, mnnagor of the
Oipheuiii theatre was among the River
ton visitors tilts week. He showed us
sample of nivcrtun oil and it sure
Geo. McMnrrny, a prosperous farmer
oil the Kansas line spout the forepart
of the week in Ued Cloud, meeting
friends and looking after business
Someone was mulicl"iis enough to
indict damage upon machinery at the
'Big Chief" oil well. Messrs Patter
sou and Dysod are both hero now and
work is Is bo resumed shortly.
Dr. Bobt. Mitchell mid FI. Gricoinade
an overland trip to Ft Kilay and Camp
Funstoii the last of the week. The
doctor took examination for service
in at my medical corp.
J. H. Bailey who underwent an
operation at the Wesley Hospital in
Kansas City tho latter part of last
week, is recovering nicely and will
soon be able to return home.
Mrs. Julia Warren received, last
week, a flue camp photo showing por
traits of '200 soldiers in a group. The
picture is four fcot in length and Mrs
Warren's son Carl very easily rccog
tiuablc. Sain Liuiloey went up to Blverton
Tu -sd iy and brouuht bad: 11 bottle of
oil f 10m tho new strike. Sm snyj
Il'verwiu Is oil wild. Where it camo
In m and how union MiTe is of U are
th- Uudlng town topics,
ll'-pair and improvements dim to bo
m ule on the road between Red Cloud
an 1 Inavulo. Go .Ovdring had tho
surveying and the work is to bo push
ed ahead lapldly. This is commeuda.
bio for tho highway Is a much traveled
one and a few serious accidents 'might
cost the county much more than tho
Albert V Ducker drove over into
Kansas Sunday to look after farm and
crop Interests. Few people realize how
bu-y u man is witli local'dutails of war
work, or how largely the wnr rests up
on tho accuracy and efficiency of those
men right hero at homo. .Messrs Per
ry, Ducker ami llull'or aro carrying on
tt tremendous volume of this work
giving thoir time nnd eirort freely.
Don't forget this.
J. E. Elliott lias resigned his posi
tlou as elevator manager for tho Farm
ers union Cooperative Co. nud lias
gotio to Kansas City to look over a
wider Held, preparatory to a chaugo of
locution. Dan Gurbor has a largo
clrelo of friends who will bo glad to
lciriitlifa ho has accepted the posi
tion and is on the Job ready to incut all
patro.is and give them tho vquaie kind
t 11 deal.
Uncle Sum asks you to pay yum sub
Hcrlplinu to tho Chief becaui-e he
wants his newspapers supported.
Live Stock Tour
Plans and arrangements have rmeli
made to hnvo a second tour In Web
ster county. This time we are to visit
the farmets and live stock In the north
ern part of the county. On this trip
wo will inspect almost every breed of
live stock, furiii buiHlings nnd silos.
The date of this tour is Tuesday, Oct.
Lenve the court house at Ied .Cloud
nt'JiHO sharp All those going from
the southern part of the count should
trv nnd meet at that tluu. Tims
coining later should follow and will
llnd us It miles north and '-, tulle
mllo east of Bed Cloud at the Thos.
Parties from tho northern part of
the county should meet at this place
at 10 o'clock.
Dinner at Blue Hill.
The route and stops arc as follows:
Thos. McMahon Shorthorn cattle
and lioopless silo.
Chas. Robinson- Chester White hogs
Erin Buschow Red Polled Cattle,
Poland Chlra Hogs and pit silo.
Louis Bori'herdlng Ilolsteln Cattle,
Duron Jersey Bogs and pit silo.
Marshall Lewis Hereford Cattle
and tlh solo.
James MeClnri Poland China hogs.
John Ciirr-Dnth Belted Cattlo and
Mattock Brothers Polios Hereford
Cattle and Poland China hogs
W. K. France- Shorthorn Cattle.
W V. Thnrne- Annus Cottle. Gurn-
oy Cattle, A vershiro Cattlo. Berkshire
Bogs and farm liulldiia's.
Frank Krall-- Angus Cattlo and Po
land China Bogs
Artie LaiTlok--Farm uuiMiuirs.
Frank llean-lloroford Cattb'.(
l.'iM.r mniTrr&Kivtt f.-u-nii!' ill Wobsti'l-
County slum d go on this trip, also
business men wlio are interesieu 111
better farming and Live Stock ill
This is n busy time and farmers
have more work than they can do but
at tlin sumo tinio a day oil', spent In
visiting farmers and live stock men
will moan much toward hotter farm
inir and live stock.
Remember the date and bo ready to
start with tin crowd
County Agricultural A iron t.
Henry 15. Fnusch
'The Red Cloud homestead of the
Biotherhood of Ameiicati Vouuiott
mot Tuesday ovening und selected of
ficers for the coming year. They also
voted to buy a Liberty Bond, the Semi
annual repot t uf tho com -pondeut
showing tin; treasury to bo in condi
tion to pei mil such action At the
close of the mooting tho company went
to the Powell A Pipe,,cntV where iu
cream and wafers weio ti-voiI. 'I ho
local homuslead was orgunl -d in lOM.
It now has forty-lour niemiirs in good
standing. The Billowing Ulcers were
C. U. Carpenter, Foreman.
W. D. Edson, Past Foreman.
L. B. Rust, Master of Ceremonies.
, Mrs Ella Hunt, Correspondent.
Mrs. Lois Edson, Chaplalu.
A Budding Romance
The shades of night were falling
fast were, in fact, securely fastened
when homeward the weary penman
wends his way.
Passing a residence of which a co
porch forms an attractive portion the
thought camo that a strolling slrntiKer
would never realize tlieio was a porch
In prox'inityso shndy the shadows,
so silent the stillnes
You hnvo doubtless noticed many
times how one can often sense a souu 1
before it actually arouses the auditory
nerve to actionwithout hearing u
sound you know thore Is one.
We won't attempt any description
Horn things nre indescribable. This is
one of them. Take a kiss, for example
One can say "I heard a kiss." But to
describe it, is impossible. And one is
not always sure thoy even heard it
One hears so mauy things nowadajs
that are not true.
But wo assure you it was all ru. t
and proper. A sweetly feminine gig.:
came through tho darkness and a 1
miliar voice foll-jwed witli "IB
Broivne!:' So wo know it was all n' .
Uthurwiso silence would have K 1
strict for fear n .tory might eet In
There will be no preicjilug ei
in the Congregational church u
Sunday.' .h'ablmth School as usu
Onnccomitof the prevailing In'
dnzu the memorial service for V1-1 .
Taylor which whh to have been he!'
the CoV1gr0gatlon.nl church next - .
day eyeniiig, is postponed until fur'.! -notice.
Century Edition of lOo Shoot M11-
is sold by Cotting, the Druggist. (. A
for catalog. ll.'2w
Advancing cost-prices arc an inc. 1
tlvo for payingyour subscription wli.i.
the bargain rate lasts,
: You Are Losing Money
j If you don't sell your cream
to the Farmers Union Co-opcr-:
tlvo Company nnd receive the
I am ready to make farm loans in
any amount at lowest rates, be-t
terms and option. Absolutely no d-
J UIIU MU 4lt3J'ViMWUI U.IUtOVt O
agent rov Trevctt, JIattis and Bu!
Some private money.
J. II. BAILKY.
t tod States Senator John II More-head.
C icressman, nth District A. C Hiall-
G ernor Kelt 11 Neville.
I-' itenant Governor W. II, Banning.
Si letaiy of State Hugh L, Cooper
A itor Public Accounts Eugene P.
Ti surer J S. Catiady.
A" 1 iioy General George W. Herge
C r. Public Lands and Buildings- G.
Il. way Couinilssiouor--Edward C.
C .t.ty Clork-B. F. Perry.
C nty Attorney F. ,).. Monday.
Ci mty Tieasuror A. V. Ducker. '
SI t-.tir l.'ranU Huirer.
A. -sor C. C. Stout
J. II Hamilton, No. 0
R' eentntlve -J. L. Ileebo.
S' -eiintor Goo. Jackson, 30th Dist.
F ounty Judge -J. I). Katifioy.
V ounty Snpeiintendeiit
O'-sie M KeLogg,
i'.aud Mis, Rudy Strict eruiveil
ti. ilarmiiig news last week that
tli . son, Ei nest, stationed at Camp
D. i.-e, Iowa, was seriously 111 and not
ei eted to recover. They loft iiu
m hiitoly for the camp and were pies
ei 'or some time before the sickness
ti' . a turn for tho worst, but death
en- ied in a few days, despite all that
w.- done for him. 'The body was
si. jied back home and set vices held
at .. e Danish church south of town
Ta deepest sympathy Is extended to
th 'larciits In their bereavement in
tl. los of their soldier son.
C 11. Raksstraw, S V Dutican. J no.
0 1 it ml J. A. Denton, returned 'Sun.
d. tfotn tho western part of the slate
w! e they spent the wook hunting
"' gHtne" in the smid hills. The oar
wi tilled however witiiprarie chicken,
K- 1 rabbits, showing that a lit tn
si it was Indulged in.
' 's8t Blnuuha Rath aud Until West.
0.' Naponoe are visiting with the
(11 'inn's parent, Mr. nml Mrs. El
Ki Ii and family southwest of town.
V.ord has been recoiled recently
that Theodoro Davis had been serious
ly wounded in action. It has been
known for the pist two weeks that he
had been wounded in the hand, but it
a- thought that he had recovered
and had since been on the fli-linr lino
1 ! ' Baptist Church Notes
Prcachliig at 11 a. in. and n p. 111.
" Sunday -vlnad at, in a. 111.
J.Mr. Harper preached at tho Lone
Tree school house last Sunday at 11
a. m , nnd preached the funeral sermon
.at the Bed (loud Christian church at
l'2;IJ0 p. m returned to tho school house
and addressed the Young People's
' meeting. Be also preached in the
I evening, A well Illled day we should
9ay for an old veteran. Exoinplyfying
' the spirit of our blessed Master who
camo not to be ministered unto but to
minister and gave his life 11 ransom
Mr. Harper received 11 message stat
ing that one of his daughters was hi
the hospital in quite a critical condi
tion'. Household Goods Sale
About to roiunve to California I will
sell all tnv household goods at prlvale
sale. Also hive about 'DO chickens
to sell A ! SpiiIK-, Minor Si rum
IMunt, In-I I'liouo, 7-101. 10- t
To fill your needs is
here for you
But you should CALL
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
for the Clock Shortage
is sure to come this
EARLY BUYING means
BETTER SERVICE and
' Clock Materials are get
ting low and it is neces
sary to act at once.
J. C. MITCHELL
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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.
Chase & Sanbonis Coffees
Itens Crackers and Cookies
Batavia Jams and Spices
Sunflower Canned Goods
Qm;ti. .. m
KJMSJtlM U( U9. CjttS. U 11.
OF SIG TYPE
trrM tm,iiTwim-w a air- .
45 Boars and IS Gilts
To be held at Orchard Grove Stock Farm, 9 miles northeast of
Superior, and 2 miles southeast of Cadams, Ncb., on
Commencing at One P. M.
This is the best lot ever offered by this firm and have been
raised in the usual way with lots of exercise, and are in excel
lent breeding condition.
Some new blood lines have been added to the herds and
we will be able to supply you with an outcross. These are
those big, stretchy fellows with lots of quality and are excellent
HAVE ALL BEEN VACCINATED
We invite you to spend the day with us, see the pigs, and get a
free dinner. And don't forget to bring the boys, too
Sale Under Cover Free Lunch at Noon
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE
A. W THOMPSON, W. C HENDKUSON, Auits. JOHN YL'NG, Clerk
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BUY A FORTUNATE PURCHASE
I Have Two
One Piece at $1.25 a yd
One Piece at $2.00 a yd
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Oct 23, 1918
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