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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1918)
Thursday, Nov. 28
A SPECIAL PICTURE
A Splendid Patriotic Picture with a grip
ping story. A war Mory and theme
without wars horrors
Admission 17 and He
Written by George M. Cohen author of
the song "Over There"
Thanksgiving Evening Tlrot Show at
7 o'clock, Second at 0:30
Friday and Saturday i
7 Reel Program
The Midnight Trail
, Those who have seen Wm. Russell
the past few weeks will
enjoy this picture
Admission 17 and lie
Monday and Tuesday
Official War Review
HANDS IP NO 5
CARTOON and TRAVEL
PRICE OF b'OLLEY
Admission 17 and Uc
Sckiliz & Schaal
First class portraiture
new work, amateur
YOUR PATROIUCE APPRECIATED
Dr. W.H.Mc Bride
Successor to Dr. Cross
OVER STATE BANK
- RED CLOUD
the injured man' first thought i one ol
thankfulness that he is so. Mow abou
your thoughts i( a fiireman iliould ap.
pear at your home?
Before the Fire
is the day to imuie. As that day may
he to-morrow (or all you can know or
do, it fellows that prudence would im
poll you to stop in our officr to-day and
liave ut in.u ymt policy,
R.e liable InsurfMce
hi .! .Mil ii.ni
AS TOLD TO US
Lucille Scrlvner has been seriously
Rut nn.l drlnlt it Powell it Pope's
Frelt Hastings broad dally at I'lattN
Mis Eli.a Mornnvillo lun returned
ftom Ulue Illll.
Mondern house to rent, luqiilic of
Mrs. Frank Peterson. !l-tf
Walter Wan en and wife aro home
from a visit at Lincoln.
Good meals ood service moderate
prices Powell & Pope's cafe.
Henry Gil hum attended tlio Komi
Administration meeting at Lincoln.
Lot on Mathews of Rlverton, was n
business visitor in Red Cloml Frldav.
Mrs Georgia Lthk bus accepted a
position ay telegraph opor.Uor ut the
Mr. and Mrs. R L. Cummlnijs of
Rivertoii, wore business vUitots in Red
C mil Motiday.
Will Will Kier came tmcncjllutoly
trotn Lincoln, on receipt c 'tws of
hs niother'n death.
I)r P. II. AloUrlda will occupy tit
re'ilotuM helm; vacated by the rein v
al i.f the (lolliutei-H.
Mr. Will Wolf, who was gulled to
Cuwles Inst week in professional e
p.tolty as nurse, Is liomeiiKiiiu.
Mrs. Elma llines of Lincoln, nrrivod
hero Friday for a visit with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ailes.
Mrs. Norman Phillips was called to
Mine Hill Friday by illness In her bonV
lamlly the Roy Hoffman family.
P. II. Wullbrandt and wife have
returned from their vacation trip to
Colorado, and report a most enjoyable
Try A. I). S. Mill: of Magnesia for
the baby. It will relievo colic, indi
gestion and constipation. Sold only
Dy Cot tint;, the Druggist. 17-2
Chas. Campbell of Garlleld, bad
the n isfortuuo to meet with an
accident which resulted in u broken
letf, last week Thursday.
Tlio Ilnino Guards contemplate dis
continuance of regular drilling hut
will hold tegular meetings once a
mouth and keep Mm orgnni.atlon to
gether subject to call.
Mrs G. Joquay and children left
Friday nfjiltt for Uib.son, to make their
home whme Mr. Jtiquaa lias employ
ment in an advanced position with the
Meo. 11. Hoilister is moving to Den
ver this week, having received trans
fer fruul Red Cloml, to thtt.'jotiltlon of
car repairer for tlio Tl, and M. ut tha
mountain city. Mrs. Holllsler will
follow a little later.
You Are Losing Money
If you don't sell your cream
to the Fat mors I'nlon Co-oper-tlve
Company and receive the
The Ellis shoe store seemod ratltir
lonesome Monday,- Mr. Ellis being a
new subject for the latost stylo en
forced vacation, and the other mem
bers of the family thereforo remaining
at home. Miss Hclen'a ukulele was
silontand aside from transient custo
mers Miss Vera Walte the only occu
pant. Merit, ability, aud character are
the factors by which the business man
chooses help. If your competitors for
a position tire business-trained, in an
Accredited Commercial School, what
chance have you of securlug the posi
tion'.1 The business-tralnod boy or
girl can wrlto better, spell better, com
pobo a letter better, and talk better
than you. As n matter of SELF-PRO
TECTlOX, you must be trained In
business Send for free catalogue of
the Grand Islauu Business College,
Grand Ibltittd, Nebraska over thirty
years experience in training young
people for Govorumnr, IUnkltiR und
Am nig other Incidents appropriate
to the diy annually devoted to giving
ilitiu s Is u bountiful dinner This be
ins the e in it seems, at tlrst glance, a
-uaiio pi H'D'iure for lestaurants to
e'.oio up dy trio day. Consider, how
evi'r. tliaf nearly everybody jtrlll hs
si'utbbj in fumily reunions; that the
fuot ball te.un Is going to Superior for
agime.iul will take a huge percen
tage of tho younger peopla with tlie.n,
and that the lostnitraut folks, who
work long days and some nights all
the yen1 round, will certainly onjv a
day's rest, it is not unreasonable that
doors to the public "cats" should be
closed for a few bouts. Only u few of
tlio eldorly unmarried will sulfur any
pilvatlon, aud the old bachelor who
has no home will have to ht-nud the
1 am ready to make farm loan.'-, in
any amount at lowost jatoa, best
tenns and optipn. Ahaolutely no de
lay and no inspection oxputide. y l.
agent for Trovelt, Mattis and l:..'.v.,
Some private monoy.
x J. II. RAILEY.
Miss Viola Spiers went to HustliiRS
Fresh Hastings bread dally at Plat Is
Mis. Roy Crnmor was u Hasting1
Rev. D Fltz'ctnld hell services in
Miss Hannah While of llostvlcl, ie
turned homo Monday.
Mis. Georgo Corner nnd daughter
rot timed to Hlite lllll Saturday.
Mr. and Mil. Henry Rathjen pent
the llrstof tlio week at Hastings
Regular services ut the Christian
church will he resumed next Sunday
Donnld und Iona Funk visited their
father, Chits. Funk nt Superior Sun
day. Giant Turner has been quite serious
ly ill but was Improving at last re
port. The United Church will hold a mar
ket at Smith's shoe 3tote next Sitnr
day, Nov. nOtli.
Mis. Ray Sutton and daughter are
home from a visit with relatives and
friends at Oxford.
Mr. and Mis. E. M. Ego tire spend.
i'ngTIi.inksglving at lloldredtfe, guests
.f the Utlet'ssister. Mrs laniard.
Mr. and Mr. Ch n. Dlckersou of Lin
coln, arrived bete Friday, ettlled by
the death of Mrs. S. 13. Klxer. the
A I). S. Milk of Magnesia will telieve
all stomach troubles, indigestion, gas,
heart hunt and constipation. Sold by
C. L. Catting. IT'Jt
Mrs. Lucy McUullow, who has been
tlio guest of hcrxslstois, Mrs. John
Potter and Mrs. McMurrny, returned
to Salt Like City Monday.
The Royal Neighbors postponed
their meeting to have been hold last
night. If health conditions are favor
able they will meet Wednesday even
ing, Dec lltli
Attond the Farmers Union meeting
at the Court House Saturday. It in
open to all and will bo of special in
terest to stockholders nnd farmers.
Meeting opens at 10. .10 a. m , sharp.
O. W. Shannon, trniu Route 1, has
been visiting in the city for soveial
lays, icttiinlug home Monday even
ing The gonial farmer is always a
welcome visitor uj. the Chief oUIob.
The iceman lias lost his j id. Old
Ring Coal now bends the proctMinn,
mil "good oil mi miner tlni" Is only n I
mommy Koverlheless thesp fiosti
snappy mornings and clcnr cool dajs
have a charm of titer own, and aro un
The Victory Roys and UliUot Web
stov county tire doing thuiuptves proud
in the War Work Campaign, and demon
titrating that our uouutry'ft man nnd
.vomeii of the future will bu posscieil
if t spirit of patriotism 100 percent
tine. Sotne of the school hav pledg
ed .s high as Co) per cent ou their l
Frank Rlllntrer dnlVerod a fractured
.inl.lc Sunday. He vu driving- cattle We have a ea' I for a car hud of al
ami lils hoist) stumbled aud fell in ! fulfil seed from .i County Agent in Iowa,
such a manner as to catch the ridei"- Farmers having alfalfa seed to -oll
limb. His father, J. II. Ellinger is should send in a wimple- sUting quaii
busily engaged in studying the pie tlty for sale ami price wanted.
vailing cause of enforced vacations i:us,,Ic",,;"1 ?" ."".V011""1'0"
, , , , , , , , i of Farm liiiildings is oil. Furiiiorn
and tho sale advertised for rucsday ,.,,1.1. ni,,,. i,it ,.,, .,.,.,,,,. H',.i,,i,
was tlicrcforc postponed without date.
The Independent Telephone Co. Cen
tral olllce is working under dllllcultics
ou account of shortage, of help. Much
assistance to tho sorvice muy be ren
dered by subscribers If they will use
the phono for business purposes only
refrain from visiting calls nnd non-cs
scutlal conversation until the Central
girls are able to resume their places
and handle the calls cUlcicutly.
Taking note of general health con
ditions over the county there seems a
consensus of opinion that large public
assemblies should bo deferred for a
time. Tho smaller and more exclusive
community assemblies whero everyone
knows everybody do not ptesent the
sumo menace as do those where Strang,
ers from widely sopnratod points come '
together in a body. It's better to be
safe than sorry. '
The many friends or M. K. ligley
will he Interested in le.irninu that he
is iiiipioving in health and prospects
He is at pro-iunt in Cliambet l.nn,, S. D ,
having been moving about along (he '
southern edge of that titte i"oi hipvt-'
bU (lenai'tutu fr.nn Red Clou'!, work-1
ing part of the time and recuperating .
I. el ween times'. Hud iv pretty sertoii
vik V hohpital with. tho "tbi,"' but i
pulled through safely I
Hostilities li.ive ceased and the Chief '
iiiKKrsi' tnau ui kiivio is mi inriiiei
dnngcr of enemy noroplaues sailing
over and dropping botub3 these dark
night", that lights be turned on sijlll
clently to permit pedestrians to dis
tinguish tho (inference botween u cross
walk and a gutter. It might bo added
Hint this suggestion is made with
comfort aud safety as its motive, not
with desire to deprive any lawyer of
employment in a damage suit.
The FOLKS AJ J,01E nxrncT you
I ill, I Ul-na to iei.I. 'CM Al I Alinii-r
I "OMAHA'S fUn0,w osZ-ffZ' VISIT I
CENTRE," THE (gyZ&Gtef WfT
Exliilaralinn Burlssniis: Vaudoviile
iUitkim rilled mlti Pnitr Olrli, FucrC ci, SietUi
llit, Sf .1. ant ctnle i. reemtnt
LADIES' DIME MATMEE CVEHY WEEKWY '
I1 ItVOrvbodl GOBLI Ak lnulinH.1
1 UWAIS JHE BJCCEST M BtSf SHOW Wf St t)f CdWMO .
o, Sinelzet Is homo from Dakota
whue he has been visiting his son
S-.'titrand Mrs llulTir, In compain
wit others, made nu auto trip to Hast
( unity Cleyk, U F. Perry and Tamlly
returned Tuesdsy night from a feu
d.V visit with hh parents, Mr aud
Mi- W. T. Perry of llarvaid.
Mi. and Mrs. Wm. Overlecse and
Mr- rintlt Stevens at tended the fuller
nl el Oris Groat, held al Rivertoii Sun
dnj. the young man being a nephew of
'1 .e Methodist chuieh differs from
the oaiinuuityon the question of "Hit"'
Th. elitirch heating plant Is under
gohi repairs and getting the Hue Is
iitiN. aisly desired
R E. Mcllrlde, formerly Food Ad
uiliiistiiitor for Webster county, find
ing -niie iiuoccupiel time on his hands
and having during hlsHtronitous year's
e.vp. iletice In olllce acqultud ,lhe habit
of I -ping busy, has opened an office
ovii Trlite's hardware store and will
hai i e real citate, loan and insurance
1 r.il services far the well known
.Idler "FnUiPr" Mickey will be
hi ii Smith Hlil Mission Krldny
(ift loon at 'Ju'.'l ek, R.'V. .1 L Ueebe
Bnptist Church Notes
1 e Willing Workers ni"el, with Mrs.
Rett i Miner Friday lit U'JW o'clock.
Tin re will bo no preaching services
Sunday Rev.Ilurper goes to Lone Tree
for the day.
S uiday school as iisu tl, lo A. M.
List Sunday Rev. Geo. M. Mitchell,
of Franklin, delivered tlio morning
sermon. In the evening the church
had us Its guests the Methodist eon
grcntlou and Pastor, that chinch be
ing t.-mporarlly without heat
N'i ember 2.1i d t.l a meeting of the
LAVo nan's Society with Mls Coiling
the t "Rowing olllccis were elected :
M -. Jeunlo Phitt. Piosldent; Mrs.
Jul i Warren, Vicc-preiidotit; Mrs.
JeM. Mcllrlde, Seciotar.v; Miss Eliia
Col' ng. Treasurer. The society will
Dccem'ier '.he iitli with Mr-,
lay School at 10 o'clock nnd
ngaeiviee at eWeu o'chnik.
Farm Bureau Notes
J tti ymit list of surplus live
, poultry, seed e irn, hay, farm
mcry, etc. If you will be In the
't. for anything send In a list of
wnnt-f. Thin is your exchange
t)tiieUit. " Wi vifnnit t Helpiym"" V.'e
eli put the J'ltelmngc Dullelln out
'liefoi'B i .ut of December. ' The ne.t
-YCltKPp' Rul'e'ln wHI be pit out In
l-'ebrnary. II havo anything ti
oil or want to buy anything bebirr
' that time m-ii.l il in t once.
'"n -- - - '- "
atthu Count.N Agents Olllce. We have
prints on all modern farm buildliif.s,
ranks, feeders and faimsteads.
Shorthorn cattle sale of J. W. Hamil
ton and John Ohinstcde, (iuiilo Rock.
The sale will be held at tiupeiior Dec.
Rod Cloud Farmers Institute will be
held Ueo 10-i:i.
Improved Live Stock Drcodoi'i meet
ing Ucc mil
IlKNitv It Fauscii,
County Agricultural Agent
Don't Set him
'go without a
? p Hatloiial IVayerRin
Symblom wilt Uo nnevcr-prcscnt tries-
MujHih U too lilLiloworcl tlmtluuuus
Cod wnlcli between thea and
me whllo we ore abtent
one from tlio oilier.
This Is tlio rtiiji r !u your hnrtlot,
hint ticr ttnit pruyeruii hlstlnifer, nf.
wutt. t UlhcrN.' ''i-l.kcgUJ? 50.
. 14 jr. cioi t -lo.oo
Sei 'Jyrnblem 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.
I Everything Fresli and Pure
Chase & Sanborns Coffees
Itens Crackers and Cookies
Batavia Jams and Spices
Sunflower Canned Goods
M. A. ALBRIGHT
BUY A FORTUNATE PURCHASE
Linee Table Dama
On Piece at $1.25 a yd
One Piece at $2.00 a yd
ps. Barbara Phages
rsrAO-wftTf irtT 'mHw
Sunday Dec. 1
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. f
jj Sunday School at 10 a. m.
These Three Books
"Go to Southwestern Nebraska"
"There's a Farm i'or You in Colorado"
"The Big Horn Basin o Wyoming"
DehRt'llie h.'oiiolis with low pili'ed latidH that iwv lar'O aud high-pik-eil
1'iopi and hIiouI'1 appeal equally lo Investor and homomaUer. If you ue
fiearohiiiff for a home where wheaf and llvestoelt farmers llouiish, whore their
families enjoy modernized farm life and where liiirlinj;tnn lines utl'ord qulek
pcrvlee to overv market con tor, vihlt SOU I'll WIWTHRN NEUItASKA and
XOUTIIKASTKUN COLOItAUO; see theso tfteat, fertile i-ralrles and locate
jour hon or yoniholf whero you are nitre to prosper.
Or, If jou prefer IniB.itod fiinniitfr, ko to the IlUi HORN UASlN Or
WYOMING, where every irrigated tiero h sure to reach a lii'li prleo Ttiku
minuted hoiui'Stead ill the Ooaver project one of tint best projects tttm
government has developed 20 j ears to pay for walor right no Interest rti'j
no protlt taUen.
Let me assist you to a full uttder&tundlnif of these exceptional itirehi
mi'iits. AhU for tho fnldors toduy
I S.B. Howard,
N. S. Bush,
r n,,, mmmi m.,,,,, ,,, , iiiiiiimiih m .. .
Aaricullural Agent, C.B&Q. R.R..
l'iriiiiiu St uuutia. eur.
Ticket A8en. Red Cloud, Neb.
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