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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1918)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, OHIE
Friday and Saturday
A Big 7.Retl Program
HEU Rl'UAL ROMEO
Admission 17 and 1 1c
Monday and Tuesday
Official War Review
II A XI):? IT
PRICE l-' FOLLI.Y
CAUTiioXniid TRAVEL ,
Admision J7 and Uc
Gam Kimball Young
House of Gla
Admission J7 and lie
Sdmitz & . Sehaa
First class portraiture
new work, amateur
YCIK PATRONAGE APPRECIATED
the insured man's first thought is one of
thankfulness that he is so. I low nbou
your thoughts if a fiiieman should ap
pear at your home?
Before the Fire
is the day to insure. As that day may
he to-morrow for all you can l.now or
do, it fellows that prudence would im
pcll you to ttop in our olike to day and
hav us insus yeu a policy,
1 P-.Gjiei.blo Insurance
E Sc Gauriber
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You the Fixtures
Successor to Dr. Cross
OVER STATE BANK
JShecp Best Farm Fertilizers.
Sheep produce tho most vnlunlilo of
nil farm fertilizers. Tholr slinrp hoofs
work this well Into tho poll. This
qunllry has earned for sheep the tltlo
of "Golden Hoof." In England land
which during Queen Elizabeth's reign
produced mily six bushels of wheat
per acre has been made to yield !!Q
bushels nt present, simply by pastur
ing the land to sheep.
t AS TOLD TO US $
'Eat mid drink nt Powell fc Pone's
Allen Cumtnlngs is home from Strom-
Chester Slieeloy Is home from Mo
Mis, Webb Reynolds is home from
Freh Hastings bread daily nt Plait's
Mrs. Mornnvllle went to Guide Rock
Mrs. C. H. .Miner has returned from
Fresh Hastings bread dally at Piatt's
Wnllnce Saladen spent Sundny nt
Mrs. J. E Butler has returned from
Jes Thomas went to Superior the
liM of the week
Miss Josephine Richards returned to
Mr and Mrs 11 A. Roats lire hemic
ftotn 1'Pnt, Mich.
Uuitnii, the reliable pinuo tutior, l
lit re another Week.
Mrs. Millard lluintckor returned
frum Akron Friday.
Roy Petty rf Inuvale, .was n Red
Cloud visitor FMday.
Mm lorn house toVent Intiulre of
Mrs. Frank I'oteison. l.'l-tf
Miss Ethel Doyle has resumed her
school work at ltlndcii.
Mis! Btht'l Horrick hn returned to
tier school work at Kearney.
Miss Greta Tu-nuro has returned to
her sehool duties at Lincoln.
Good meals good service moderate
prices Powell &. Pope's cafe.
N- L.,D. Smith of Kansas City, Is
visiting In the city this week
Miss II tiy.pl Squires has pone to York
nhoro who will attend college.
You can find t-omo nlco Military
Watches at Mitchell's Jewolry Store. 3
Ml3es Dorothy llartwell and Tlllsj
f Inarale, were Friday Visitor in
Leland Caldwell and Xeliou Ranis,
vvho have been employed at Waunetn
The Orpheunt reopened last Si'iir
lay night, is presenting a lino of extra
Mis, Margaret Miner has gone back
to Lincoln, where she will resume
work at the State University.
The Missloiiaiy Society, United
Christian church, meets with Mrs.
Ilert Morhart at .T o'clock tomorrow
Speaking of tho illness of Rev.
Ueebe our contemporary up the street
forgets the old standard rule iinetit
hitting a mnn when he's down.
i)n nccouut of being called for ser
vice Dr. Robt. Mitchell offers his new
Ford Sedan for sale. Strictly up to
date In construction and acces.
W F. Burke and wife of Walnut,
Iowa, and W. R. Bailey and wife of
Omaha, arrived In the city to-day, call
ed here by the sickness of Miss
Uojs and Girls, now is youroppor
tunity to get on record in the great
world-war. .Become a "Victory Girl',
or a "Victory Boy." Your teacher will
tell you all about It.
Persons knowing themselves indebt
ed to the undersigned, will bo doing a
irent favor by prompt settlement of
their accounts, as 1 have been called
'.o the finny. Dr. .1. W. Stockman, lpd
Arrangement 'ire pendlngto resume
trilling ut the "lilg ChKf." We read
recently of an oil well in the stato
that Is a milu .deep tin I still goinc.
down. ' While there's life there's
: You Are Losing Money i
: If you don't null ymr areata :
to the Farmers Utiiu Co-opei. :
: tive Company and reculyo the '
dividends. ' 1GU , ;
Lidles and Gsntlemotf for your odl
flcjition. The world's greatest terg
Iversiitnr, prestidigitator and delu
hionKts, Uerr Holienzollorn.wlll now
dcmotistiate the appearance of n soap
bubble with a hole in'lt?
Cuitis Gear who was .soverely Injur
ed somo time ago by contact with a
"live wiro", while in performance of
his duties as an employe of the L. T.
and T. Co, at Fairbury, Is reported as
fast recovering. He is in a hospital
Now be a good sport, and buckle
right inm thcywork just as if you had
won instead of losing. There's plenty
of chanco for all to keep busy. Shake
hands with tho winner, "Pack up
your troubles in your own kit bag and
smile, smile, smile'."
A 11. Raley, an old time business
man of Rod Cloud, died at his homo in
Denver lust Fiiday. Tho lcniailis
wens brouglp here and liiuoral b r
( vices held Tiioi lay, Mr. Kuloy was a
I brother of Mary A, Slinutuiii uud.au
I undo of D. A. mid A. U. Kaley,
Will Hoffman wii9 a Sundny visitor
nt Blue 11111.
Wiu, Jt-rnberg was In from Cowles
Miss Carrie Dedrich has returned to
her school duties at Campbell
Political weather very unsettled
snow Tuesday, rnlu Wednesday. Now
let's have n long spell of fair skies.
The following Items should have
found place In those columns last
week:--A baby daughter was born to
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sneller south of the
city last Friday A baby girl was
born to Mr. anil Mrs. Ben Copley Sat
urday. Retn McDowell Is recovering
from pneumonia following an attack
of ' flu." Mr.nnd Mrs. Frank Camp-
bell of Cowles aio etitertiiiiiliig the
"flu" this week. The Infant of Mr
and Mrs. Chas. J. White is recovering
from n serious illness.
Weather Report for October. Mean
temperature, 03 degrees; maximum
temperature 1M degrees; dato Jth; min
imum temperature- -I degrees; dmo
23th; total precipitation 3 .'V.t iuche.-:
total snowfall .j Inch; number of days
clear 11; pnrt,v cloudy 7; cloudy HI;
dates of lu.ll, 7th; sleet. 'J.-.th and 'JUlh:
thunder storms 7ih: prevailing wind
direction northwest for 11 dajs, Uaiii
fall since Jaiiuaiy 1, .'.'1.73 Inches; mean
'J'j'JT inchis. Ten year mean rain fall
f.r October 070 inches; October loilt
o.oT iiicho-: October 1017, O.'Jl inches
The tnaotsily rules -it was a gnod
tight and the II i; '.iris indicate only
winners and loers. Everyone i.s just
as good an Ann'ricau today as before
election. We take issue with our con.
temporary the Advertisor, in which
Insinuates th.it Wilson tried to Infuse
obsolete methods into tho campaign,
and thai the vo',e rotlooted a "spirit of
disapproval."' President Wilson asked
no more than was within li'y rights.
Asked no mote than Lincoln and Me
Kinley asked. And wo are broad
enough to believe that our political
opponents wero not actuated bv "a
puit of disapproval "' Tho split on
the county ticket sliowt that voti is
used tho f ranch so in accordance with
tin ir best ji lguieut, not "In n spirit
of disapproval " The American idea
prevailed. The vo'es were American,
i:.ist by Americans, for America.
Mr, Geo. Unas spout tho latter purl
f the ucck with fiiimds and lolativos
Mis Murtha Leinhart of Campbell,
iviih ju Bladen tho past Week woiklng
in tho central olllco
R. E. Perry visited with his daugh
ter, Miss Lilllo, in Lincoln several
days last week, while she was recover-
ing fiom an uttnek of the. "Flu."
Mr. and Mis Jones Williams wore
in Hastings last week visiting their
daughter, Mrs. Dolphy Clink and fam-
Miss Nellie Curts is a guest of her
sister, Mrs. J. E. Davis and fam'ili,
Milo Kuhn writes from Norfolk, Va.,
and says that ho loaves in a few days
for France Hiid is now probably on his
way. After his radio course at liar
viinl Univoibity ho was sent to Virgin
la where he received an appointment
as wireless operator on one of tho
Merchant Marine Vessels
.Miss Anna Soueek arrived home
from Peru Friday evening for a visit
with homo folks, south of town
The Fred linker property which was
purchased by Tlios. Stoughten, has
been repaired and repainted ami now
presents a very attractive appearance.
Mr. Stoughten and family are now oc
copying the place.
August liorkemeyer received tho sad
intelligence hist week that his father,
Fied Berkeiueypr of Morrison, Mis-
soiui, had passed away with the
Mibsth M.iudo Miller and Elva Ruth
roturnod Saturday evening to Palisade,
Nebr , where they are teaeliiii!,' school.
They ounia home on account of the
G,idAHiiio and closing of the schools
School opeuftd Monday morning af
ter tbioo weoliH ul' vaoiiiioii, during
which time the 'llu'' rnd. Blulun,
however wns extremely lucky ms there
wero only some fifty cases reported.
Inavale Items '
R. E. tluntur went to Lowallen to
obtain a shipment of cattle, his father
luul bought, to bo fihlppeil hero for
feeding and fattening.
Mrs. .lohu Boaiimoiiil is on the sick
Ralph SticUney, wife and bnb urn
heiofroin Itukiu. the guests of the
Nell Hunter and sister, Miss Hazel
Nesbit, are homo trom a fow week's
visit with their bister"," Mrs Bert Hold,
ridge at Houston, Te.as.
Opal Murkersou Is snapping corn for
R E Hunter this oek.
Thr FOLKS AT ,,0ME expect you
i iiu rui.rvd TO 1ELL ,EM ALL about
I CENTRE," THE JC "if"
I Exhilarating Burlosquo; Vaudovillo
tllgi Altan Flllid villi FHllGlrli,FuitnrCloni,Goriegi
Equtptt. Eillllonl Jcnlc Enrlronmtnl
LADIES' DIME MATIXEE EVERY WEEKDAY
I t Evorybody Coot; Ash Anybody o1
I UWAIS THE BIC0E1I AIO REST SHOW Wflf Qf CHICACO
Miss Geneva Miller Is visiting her
inith.r, Mis. Edith Miller. jGeiievals
tenehi'ig in New Mexico, but enjo,sa
Vacation on account of school beliii?
Mrs Mry Rieault and Mrs. lonii
Biifgiss visited with Mrs. Juno Farley
We ,ue glad to repoit that Mis C,
II. Burgess, who has been unite sick.
Is aid. to bo around again. '
Mls llernice Saundors Is homo from
Severn days peut in assisting at the
sWUCIibonrd n Red Cloud
Mi Win. Mitchell and children
spent ' ho last of the week in Kansas
City. Ht the U Wiggiuis homo.
Cha- Hunter make a business trip to
Hastli S's Tuesday.
Sam Disley and family are moving
onto tie R lltrch farm
Mrs Eva Birch and children left
last I aesday evening for Wyoming.
Her li isband will join her theie as
soon is ho jrots bis corn gathered.
They pect to make their home there.
' Mr lohu Rutledgp spent Tue-ilny
with Uis C. II. Burgess.
Mr- t.eo. McCraiy has been enjo
lug n -It with her sister the past few
Htlpinjj to Win tho War
IJ -v 1 -hoii ;ii I luul left her and hhe'd
all - work to do
Upon .oday the pbitnblt'g broke and
lt watir through;
Tho I .ty hilthe chicken poxshe
had : i go and see
The i! ,'tor on the subject, and bhe foil
and -pralned her knee.
A pas- ng neighbor brought her homo
tl tlre'd gone out by then
She a a frigid utoul, and then &ho.got
her Mile an I pi-n
And -lapped u shawl around her, and
boin ah tho evening tump
Shu e te a letter to her man--a sol
die: own in camp
"Detu tohn: Your loving letter w is
roc i ed today, 1 hopo
Yoiim well I keep so bnytbat I
hfu no tltno to mope.
The i ithor'a oold, but beautiful, and
sprtii' is on tho way,
1'ho 1 iy '8 got a tooth. I took a trip
do i town today,
Ami Mi Johnson picked me Up in his
Wg otar oar
utl hiougut mo liomc - you oau't bo-
He now Uiuil the nelgtibbr's ur!
Baby i'id Vvo-sdeeklad we will leud
the - nplo Ufe
And h.iy at home for qiite, a while
Willi lots of love,
Her nunc Is Mrs. Legion, and she's
niii'M well known to me.
Her hnsbaiuUs , Mihllnr of his coun-
'ry.' So is she.
woman 'io wiit-s a letter like
th" above is h l h g to win the war.
WILL HELP RED CLOUD
1 hated cookin.' because whatever
I nto gavf me nr -.toniaeh and u
blotted feeling. I drank ho water
an 1 'olive oil liy'tlm gallon. Nothing
helped until I tried simple buckthorn
baik, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Afl
iur.i.ka." llecau-e it flushed tho EN
1'lllB b wel tract completely Adler-i-kn
relieves ANY i ASE sour stomach,
!.'.-. or constipation and prevents ap
peiulieitis. Tin- INSTANT Hction is
surprising Chas. L. Cutting.
Dr. Warrick, the specialist, will meet
ce ear, nose and throat patients and
th -o ncediin.' glasses fitted at Dr.
DametuH's ofll , Wednesday, Nov. 'i
l. his 2 to (i 'Jt
"Don't let him
'go without a
3 National Prayer Rin5
Srmblcm wilt bo nn evor-rreecnt rr.es
snituolinurpraynrmvlifrcvortiocoeii. God watch between thos and
me while wo r abtnnt
one from tho other.
This Is the irayor In your hartrt let
lifmivrnri' aipmyeron h illnircr.af-
ways. Bo! "llicrsj jO l"i6oldS7.60.
u k Gotariooa
See Gyrnblem today at
J. C. MITCHELL
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 Crnchers and Cookies
Batavia Jar"s and Spices
Sunflower Canned Goods
JSLvJio A sd JChutfMJpB, xk&3A A II
BUY A FORTUNATE PURCHASE
One Piece at $1.25 a yd
One Piece at $2.00 a yd
ps. Barbara Phages
ii'ii i i iwwmwwm mwh mmw mmmmm- mmi i i I iiiiihimii m I m
Sunday School at 10 A.M.
WYOMINfi HAS uno.xcolled deeded Irrigated lands, also irrl-
T AirmiUVJ liriu gated homesleiuls under Government dltclt-
ao years to pay water right, no Interest, Ten thousand free 010 acre hour'
toads. Take some of this excellent land and keep your prollts Instead rcf
turning them over to a landlord. Lot mo help you to locate.
N. B. Buoh,
Is a wonderful wheat country, and n hig1
success with Ueatis, Sugar Boots and t'oU
tois. Corn, alfalfa and native grasses enrich,
the dairy or live-stock man.
ranches mean "inoto than a grnzing pla'ca fo
cattle. Corn, Oats, live, Hurley and Alfalfa
tire grown to finish for "topping" the markets.
Lawson, General Passenger Agent
louj Kariiiim St. Oinalia. Nobr.
Ticket Agent. Red Cloud, Neb.
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