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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1919)
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, OHIEP
AS TOLD TO US
Eugene Ryan was a Hasting, visitor
Freh IlastitiRS biead daily at Piatt's
Mrs. J, A. Bradford visited relatives
t Hastings Thursday.
W. H. Uloud ol Imivalc, was a Fri
day visitor in the city.
For rent Half section ftrm land.
Inquire Samuel Heaton, Red Clou 1. '2
Miner Sherwood came in from Camp"
Dodge, Iowa, latter part of the week
for a briof visit with v.lfc and patents
Feb (5 th ia the date announced liy
Smith Rids, of Superior, for their an
nual sale ot bred sows, Poland China.
Sixty head will bo sold.
At their last hosslou the Hoard of
County Commissioners approved the
appointment of A. V. Dttckor us deputy
county elotk, and Atty. It. F. Stevvai
as deputy county Measurer.
Tho Red Cloud Home Guards met at
the Auld Library Tuesday night and
in accot dance with orders from tho
Statu's Chief Executive at Lincoln,
wero formally miibtorcd out.
If each of our loaders could look be
hind the scene and seo what Is plant),
cd and could be readily accomplished
wore each one to pay n year's sub
fcrlption right now, uorto would hebi.
tate a moment.
Tho remains of R. P. Hutchinson,
whose demise was recorded in Inst.
week's paper, arrived hero Thursday
evening and funeral services held Fri.
day morning by Rev. J.M. Hummel, tho
Masonic Lodge in charge at the ceme
tery. Notice is being sent out from Wash
ingtou that persons eligible for gov
ernment positions, such as typewriter,
stenographer, etc , should liot go to
that city until specially called. Other
wise changed conditions may subject
them to loss of time and moony.
All qualified tcaclicrs who nio un
employed aro urged to send their
names and addresses to the Hureau of
Rduoation, School Hoard Service Divi
sion, Washington, D. C. Thin is in
furtherance of nu organized effort to
fill the large number of vacancies ex
isting in the public schools of the
Friday and Saturday
. ; ;
The Kaiser's Shadow
If you like a thrill and mystery see this
picture. Dorothy Dalton is a hand ,
some and charming actress. You will
like her. The picture was produced
by Thomas Ince, which is enough to
insure its quality, the ret you will see
for yourself. The evenings program
will include a Sennet two-reel comedy.
Two Tough Tenderfeet
Admission 17 and lie
Monday and Tuesday, Mrs
Vernon Castle in the "Illllcrost
Mystery," h live reel drama. Also
tho Uth episode of Hands Up.
Wednesday and Thursday,
Thcdo Kara in "Tho Serpont." Said
to bo Bara's greatest picture Tho
groat battle scenes, the boar hunt,
the surprising climnxes, all contri
bute to its wonderful popularity.
Qeorgo Walsh, one of the greatest
fllm favorites of to-day, is in tho
cast of players. Furthermore it is a
An amusing two-reel Fox Sun
shtno Comedy is included hi tho
Friday and Saturday, The
charming Enid Renuo't in "A
Desert Wooiiiti." a delightful live
reel Paramount drniuu. F.it'y Ar.
bui'lJe will also tie with us ill a to
leiil comedy, "Tin- v nok "
Admivdiiii fur each evening IT
and 11 cuiifn
K,it and drink at Powell A
Fresh Hastings blend dally at Piatt's
Roy Hiihsinger was etirouto to Hast
Good meals good service moderate
prices Powell & Pope's cafe.
Miss Molly Ferris wont for a visit
with telatlvcs at lirand Island Monday.
Miss Sadie Oouldie left Friday to re
sume her school duties in Cherry conn,
Mrs Kobt. Damerell and Miss Hli.a
bth Overman weic Hastings visitors
Mrs. C. D. Itobinson was called to
Denver by the death of her father. M.
Lieut, Howard S. Foe Is homo again,
and uho n member of tho honorably
Miss .lessio Kellogg doparteii Wed
nesdny for Lawrence, where she lias
an c i.g'igmiteiit as teiicher,
Muriel Fcutrcsi is home, with
honorable discharge from tho Puget
Sound coast artillery headquarters.
j You Are Losing Money :
'. If you don't sell your cream
to the Fat mors Union Co-oper- ;
live Company and receive the '
Mrs. Florence K. llurgoss arrived
from Los Angeles, Call., Friday, for an
extended visit with her daughter, Mrs.
N. B. Hush and family.
Sixteeeu degrees bolow zero is snug
winter weather. That is the otllclal
record for last Thursday night. The
tlrst teal bite of winter
W. A Kent has tho sympathy of
many fi lends in the accident which
befell hint last week a broken limb
due to fall on slippery sidewalk.
Mis. Mary Poluicky, who lias been
receiving eye treatment at Omaha, ro
turned homo Friday the alllicted
optic indicating signs of complete re
covery. Rov. J. D. Hammel, pabtor of the
Methodist Episcopal church, was a
business visitor at Ilubbcl Tuesday
He is attonding M. E. Sunday School
Convention at Hustings today.
The State Journal say that accord
ing to reports from local farmers a
heavy acreage of wheat in Nebraska is
in excellent condition and prospects
for a good crop wero never brighter.
C. F Cather is another of Red Cloud's
good citizens, who believes that the
way to build up a city la to give the
newcomer a chance to live and pros
per. He gave'the Chief "a practical
demonstration of this idea, the other
day. " ' -
Mr. Puul McDowell, who is on duty
ovoiseas will rejoice when news reach
es him of.,the nrrivnl in his home of a
nine-pound son who will be known as
Paul Randall McDowell. Jan. 3rd was
Mr. and Mrs. Harry (iilhain, who
have bi-eii the guests of the Attorney
Jus. (iilhain and Judge A. 1). Rannev
families, have gone t their homo at
l.nngdon, Iiiwh, stopping en route at
Lincoln tor n visit with relatives.
Oliver Hedge has been -appointed
member of tho stato law enforcement
stall' and has gone to the (Mpitol city
to assume his oillcial duties. Mi
Hedge will continue to make Red
Cloud his home, his family intending
to remain here.
Sergeant Lloyd Hines, who has been
the guest of his parents and sistor
since receiving honorable discharge
from Uncle Sam's service, has gone to
St Petersburg, Fla., where lie again
becomes a member of the famous Royal
Scotch Highlander's band.
An expert mathematician over in
Orleans estimates that with the pros
sent outlook, if we have two good
rains at the proper seasou uext Spring,
there will be wheat enough in Nebras
ka to make enough biaouit to cover the
county, make a staok ,two miles high
and then make u pancake big enough
to cover the stack and keep off the
Owing to the breaking ot an insigni
ficant looking little bolt the Chief was
delayed and gotten out under dllljcul
t'es last week. Howevor, we road of
the ''Ranger" troubles up at Harlan
and conclude that wo got off easy.
Brother Mulnerney had to got out an
edition by hand himself and tho en
tire oflice force being involved in the
ptoblem of motive power.
Chas, Ottrney was in arranging to
have the Chief continuo him on its
subscription list and gavo the editor
an interesting recital of tho days wheu
walking was nok an unusual way of
getting from Lincoln to what is uow
Red Cloud. Mr. Gurney came bora at
tho age of S3 and lias been a resident
of Webster county ever since. His
story quite encourages us in tho idea
of making this a pnrmatient home.
I am ready to make fnrm loans in
any amount nt lovc3t rates, best
tonus and option. Absolutely no de
lay and no inspection expense. Sole
agent for Trcvctt, Mattia and Baker.,
Some private money.
J. H. BAILEY.
Mr. nml Mrs. E L Urlmes went to
Miss Zolla Taylor returned to her
cillege work in Chlcngo Saturday.
Work of clearing the oil well prece
dent to continuing tho di tiling is pto:
Mis J. D. Potter, who has been vory
seriously ill stneo October, Is showing
Miss Etta Coon, who spent tho holi
days with her home, folks here, re
turned to Lincoln Saturday.
Mr. Harry Waller's Injured hand
was sulllcicntly healed to permit of
his returning home Sat tit day.
Miss Edith derrick was In from
Kearney last of the week, visiting her
patents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hut rick.
The W.C T. U. will meet with Mir
Warren at the Rotcoe Weesner home
next Wednesday afternoon, Jan. Pith.
Arthur (Jllbert, who enlisted with
Company K of Blue Hill, Is home from
a training camp in Georgia honorably
Miss Veula Henderson and the little
daughter of Rtv nnd Mrs .J. L. Reel o.
returned Saturday to their school
duties ut Omaha.
Attorney F. J. Monday lias establish
ed himself in co.y quarters over tho
E. S. Harber stor, where he will be
pleased to meet friends and patrons.
Mrs. II. It. Wilson of Hastings is tho
new teacher of English vice. Mrs J. L.
Mason resigned. Rrucu Eshelman
takes the place of Miss Stella Docker
uow County Superintendent.
..Mrs. Roy Sattley, who was taken to
Lincoln last week suffering a very
serious attack of appendicitis, is re
ported getting along nlcelv but will
not be ublo to return home for n week
Tho remodeled Red. Cloud Mill is
well oi the way toward building up
nn industry of which the city may be
proud. Mr. Nelson Iihs spared no
p tins in putting everything in (list
class shape, and the public will soon
be eating bread made of high-grade
home ground Hour.
Oeo Warren visited Omaha the last
of the week looking after picture show
Interests. He has booked for the im
mediate future some of the best dramas
and comedicb now listed. Theda Rara
in "The Serpent," one of her very best
plBys is booked for uext week Wed
nesday and Thursday.
Ex-County Treasurer Robinson is
slated for a lucrative position at Liu
coin and will leave soon to look after
it. County Treasurer Examiner or
State Accountant are the two offices of
which ho is to get one. Congratulk'
tions aro due Mr. Robinson ns this is
another case of the office seeking the
the S-ihool Patrons of Webstor
For the past seven years I have
setved the Schools of Webster County:
Tho Interest you have shown and voui
hunt ty ci. unit ion has made the ser
vice a pleasure. After a vacation tn.v
futtiie work will be in a dilVeient Held
but I shall always be interested in see
iug the educational work of thlscmiu
ty go mi-ward. It io with the verj
best of wishes and with a splilt of ap
precitition to you lor your lojal sup
port that I urn leaving the educational
field of Webster County.
(iErtiiudb L. Coon.
Cheerful Man Always In Demand.
Give us, O give us, tho man who
6lngs nt his work! Be his occupa
tion what it may, he Is equal to any
of those who follow the same pursuit
In silent sullenncss. lie will do more
in tho samo time he will do it bet
terhe will persevere longer. Cai
Exhilarating BurUcqut; Vaudeville
UIIEV ME MATINEE EVEIY WEEKIAY
Everybody Qoa Amk Anybody
UHATI TME IICeEtT AID BUI SNOW KltT OF CHIC1C0
In Trade at
In Trade at
At the Bowling Alley
Our Schuyler Returns
Monday was sort of gala day at tho
Chief otlloe, duo to tho return of
Schuyler Hayes, who wont out of the
ollleo last May and became vine of
Uncle Sam's sailor boys. Since that
tlmt ho has been half way round tho
globo and discovered that despite the
Immense area of Nebraska a large por
tion of the world lies outside the state
boundaries. He arrived from Curo.
Una via the early morning train, hav
ing been three dayH on the ioml. Ex
cept for the jaunty sailor suit and a
now. indefinable impression best de
scribed by the word "nintilinoss," ho is
the siuno Schuyler who went fotth to
do his part in tho world. war so recent
ly tei initiated, Houotable discharge
Is among his credentials mid having,
in much less than a year, seen more of
tho wot Id than a largo majority see in
a lifetime, he will bide at home for u
while and giVo relatives and fiionds
the benefit of his experience
Methodist Church Notes
The pastor appreciated the huge
audience that greeted him at lust Sun
The (ii)spel in Song was a special
feature of the day, tho choir render
e ' excellent selections.
N'extSuudayssorvico, wo arc pleased
'n announce, will be blessed with the
-same high grade musical selections.
The sermon topics will have tho true
ting of consecration. If you have no
church homo come worship with us,
tho church with the open hand bids
you welcome to all IH services.
Pastor. John 1) IUmmi'L.
Baptist Church Notes
Preaching at 11 a in and 7.!W p in
Sunday School 10 u in.
Prayer meeting each Wednesday ut
7 ..10 p. m.
Tho Willing Workers will meet in
the church parlor Friday at .' p. in
to quilt Will take lunch with Miss
Von havo a standing invitation to
come and worship with us. We have
no overlords or underlings, tho Rap
tists are nil of one size. "Rlost be tho
tie that binds," was written by a Hap
tist and contains the fundamental
principle upon which each Raptist in
organized Christian fellowship.
Will Receive Certificate
The following boys and girls have
completed Junior Club Work in the
line as listed. They will receive from
the Extension Department of the
University of Nebraska a certificate of
achievement Tills certificate of
achievement gives them ono-half credit
in agriculture in tho high school
which they enter and also excuses the
holder from taking the state eighth
grade examination iu agiieultuio.
CiliriCK.N RAISING CLP U
C'laia Dvoiaci k
Maigi nt Kinhm
Violet tii Moth
llutsie M. Luk us
Floyd Franc Dorothy Hasbrook
Uert Norris Marie Stewart
pMa ,, CANNING CLUB
'VejsA NeMiouse'V " Aiv
Jewing and cooking club
WAR BREAD CLUR
Augusta Haniolc Rachel Harvey
Gertrude. Iluppert Ella John
nazel F. John Marie Knlgge
Mildred Nolson Pearl Nowhouse
Frances Patten Pearl Robertson
Stella rituehronborg Ruth Sutton
Flossie E. Relg Violet Mitchell
Blanche Reynolds Howard Frisbio
Ronnie Strelt Mnudo Duval
William Bontley Clayton Alles
Arnold Streit Goldlo Erickson
Jf you need either corn or barley
phone tho Farmers Rlevator. We will
have a oar of corn on track within a
few days and a car of barley in about
ten days. Wo tire also roudjr to take
in your wheat. The elevator will be
open from 8 a m. to StfO p. m. Beforo
or after these honro phone 177R. We
are icady to bcrvo you ut any hour.
R. C R. I. Red cockerels for bale
8 1. .10 and S2.00 each. Alici: Kai'kf
iioatii, Phone 304, Uuide Rook, Ne
b rusk a. 60-1 1
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
SUNDAY WITH THE
Preaching Service at 11 A. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Revival meetings will be held every night during the
week, commencing Sunday evening, Jan. 12th.
- ' ' J. L. BEEBE, Pastor.
V ' .V -'' fWm
OF THE PURE BRED HERD OF :
Red Polled Cattle and
Duiroc Jersey Hogs
Oi the late Mr. Grummert of Superior, Neb., at the
farm, 4 miles north of Superior, on
Thursday, Jan. 16, 1919
11 - Head of Cattle - 11
1 Herd Bull, 1 yr old. 4 Cows 6 Heifers
The cattle are the Dual Purpose Type; are splendid individuals in
fairly good condition; not pampered; are from the Soliwab Anderson
Bud Haussler Herds of Southern Nebraska. They will interest you if
you are looking for something good.
40 - Duroc Jersey Hogs -40
2 Herd Boars 5 Tried Sows 8 Fall Gilts
9 Spring Gilts 5 Spring Boars 3 Fall Boars 8 Fall Pigs
Mr. Grummert had been several years building up this ffpod herd'
and had about reached his ambition when he was called to his reward.
He bought his foundation stock from the most noted breeders in the
west and no hog sold too high for him if the hog suited him . He
bought of such breeders as Geo. Brlggs it Sous, Hanks &, Bishop, 0. IB.,
MoAndrowB, It. Wldle & Son, and Watt & Foust. There are few herds '
that have any hotter individuality and size. They are smooth, long,
big, and an Al herd in every way. Tho sows and gilts aro bred to the
good young boar Dusty Critic by Critic B. Mr. Wlrtle's famous herd
boar. Albert Smith of Superior, Neb , has seen thorn and says they are
the equal of any herd be hns scon iu Southern Nebraska.
Will meet nil trains ot Superior if notified.
Hope to meet you All at the Sale
MRS. Wm. GRUMMERT.
Mr. and Mrs.
Phone, Ind. Store 158, Res, 93 RED CLOUD, NEB.
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