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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1919)
RED OLOPD, HEBRA8KA, OHIEF
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Duy lliritr at Powell & rope's Ci.fe.
C. M. Sherwood and 11. P. WccMicr
were in Hastings the last of tlie week.
Ralph Hunter of Innvale returned
home the last of the week from a k i
ness trip to St. Joe.
yCy Grcwell of Republican City was
tl"o guest of Miss Grace Leggetthcrc
the last of the week.
Miss Josephine Frisbie returned to
her homo at Amboy the last of the
week after a short visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hayes returned
the last of the week from a visit with a
daughter, who resides in Denver,
'Mrs. A. J. Topham returned home
the last of the week from a visit with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I5ert Leon
ard at Inavale.
V. W. Studebaker of Elberla, Utah,
went up to Hastings Saturday morn
ing to visit his daughter, Mrs. Goo.
Volland and family:
Mrs. Jacob Petersen went up to
Hastings, the last of the week to visit
her patents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Lep
ley and other relatives.
Mrs. Thomas J. Cox and children
left the last of the week for their new
home at Shclton, Mr. Cox having pro
ceeded them the first of the week.
Albert McGuirc returned home
the last of the week from St. Joe, hav
ing accompanied a shipment of stock
to that place the first of the week.
J. W. Auld tcturncd homo the last
of the week from Knoxville, Iowa,
where he attneded the funeral
of his uncle, W. T. Auld.
Mrs. R. Alley returned to her home
at Exeter the last of the week being
called here by the serious illness of
her sister, Mrs. Chas. McClure.
Mrs. G. H. Hollister of Denver,
Colorado, was in the city viisting
friends the last of the week being en
route to her home at Denver, Colo
rado, from a visit in Lincoln.
The remains of the infant child of
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Cochrane, of
Naponee, arrived here this morn
ing. No funeral services will be
helcj, interment to be made in the city
Mrs. Ernest Locske and Mrs. Joe
Curacy of Inavale1 were-in the1 ctiy
Satutday, enrotitc to? Hadtrngs, to
Mr. ""tout ; Mrs.Cfc'aflSHfirer.: returned
to tfcejr $pia't gsttvgsn .Tues
a we&jjir sq agQ(bys;tnc tllnes3(df his
father Trace .SJjsreriJju ,Y(ha is now
fairly on the roadi7to recovery. ,
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.T1AD1 fr'li.f MAWIt
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Friday and Saturday
March 7 and 8
"Less Than Kin"
Romance and fun arc happily min
gled in this Paramount picture, a
faclnatlng story of soldiers of for
tune. 'A. 2-Rcel Comedy
'Love Loops the Loop9
' Admltslon 17 and lie
NEXT WEEK Monday and
Tuesday. "Tho Midnight Pa
trol," and a good comedy.
It k'VC: r l
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lluy llread at Powell it Pope's Cafe.
Cotting sells "More Egg" the new
tonic for laying hens. Try it iMv
Kut mill iliinU ut Pouoll & Popu's
Miss Mabel Pope went up to Cowlcs
Saturday to visit friends.
State Agent 0. D. Hedge spent
Sunday here with his family.
Miss Mona Hersh came down from
Inavale Monday to spend the day.
Miss Rose McGuirc spent Sunday
in Inavale with her sister, Mrs. Don
Mrs. N. A. Piatt and daughter,
Margaret, spent Saturday in Cowles
with her parents.
Mayor Robt. Damcrcli left Sun
day evening for Denver, Colorado, to
attend to business matters.
Mrs. Dradshaw returned home on
Monday from a visit with her son,
Geo. and family at lVioomington.
Mrs. Henry Barnes, who resides
just over the Kansns line, left on
Monday for a visit with relatives at
Miss Mario Hollister, who is teach
ing school near Inavale, spent Satur
day in this city with her mother, who
was visiting here.
Miss Minnie Kcltctt, who is attend
ing college at Hastings, spent the
weekend here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Pat Kcllctt.
Mrs. Geo. Corner and daughter of
Rluc Hill spent the weekend in this
city with her sister, Mrs. M. Mc
Conkcy and family.
Forrest Mountford, who is attend
ing college in Hastings, spent tho
weekend here with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Mountford.
Attorneys Bernard McNcny, L. II.
Blacklcdge and F. J. Munday left on
Monday for Lincoln to attend to busi
ness matters of a legal nature.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Dradshaw of
Hloomington were in the city on
Monday enroutc to Hastings where
the lady will enter a sanitarium for
John Stumpcnhorst of Blue Hill and
Geo. Briggs of Clay Centcr were
among those from out of town that
we noted as being in attendance at
Johnson's hog sale on Saturday.
Mrs. D. D. Fclkcr, and daughters,
Misses Katrina and Dorcas Carey of
Springfield, Ohio, arc in tho city, tho
guests of tho former's sister, 'Mrs.
A. U. Kalcy and' family. The ladice
arelwnrouto'to California where they'
intend to make thefr future home.
t Irflc-J: W'HoberiSsbBiiblicsale on
TudsikM iH spitc"?6f r'Weattter,
ar& ,vyo.3 ,a .big swecw, etyng better
than,' $8t)00.ti0, onV'-wm sit mulca
aune, Dnnging lnsfjpcncignDornooa
oi apuv.w. i.-f.,
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You Are Losing Money i
If you don't sell your cream j
to the Farmers Union Co-oper.
tive Company and receive the '
dividends. 40:f "
Owing to the present condition of
the roads, Levi Yost Monday loaded
his household effects into a car, for
shipment to Guide Rock, where he
will farm the E. R. Slawson place,
the coming season, but until such
time as the present tenant vacates
the family will take up their abode in
Guide Rock, and Mr. Yost will drive
to and from the farm.
Sherwood Albright, son of Mrs. L.
P. Albright of this city, was united
in marriage yesterday with Miss
Catherine Miller at the bride's home
at Mitchell, South Dakota. Tho wed
ding was a quiet one, only the immed
iate relatives of the bride being pres
ent. After a trip to Minneapolis,
Minn;, they will be dt hcjpcln (Jmuna,
where Mr. Albright, who is a travel
ing salesman, has made 'his head
quarters for several years. Mr. Al
bright's host of friends here join with
the Argus in congratulations and best
Notwithstanding exceedingly in
clement weather conditions and tho
unfortunate reprt that the funeral
was to be private, the handsome and
commodious Overman home was fill
ed by deeply sympathetic neighbors
and friends on Thursday afternoon
and the gathering was characterized
by a pathos and tenderness, touch
ing and genuine. The sudden pass
ing of the attorney made a deep and
tender impression on many hearts,
and tho atmosphere at the homo
funeral was heavily laden with Bor
row and sympathy. Rev. John D.
Hammcl, pastor of the Methodist
Episcopal church, of which tho de
ceased was a member, after the cus
tomary short biography, told of his
personal impressions and observations
of the late attorney, in a manner that
could do naught else than alleviate
the profound sorrow of .all. Music
was furnished by tho Methodist Epis
copal choir, the entire chorus, nt the
request of Mrs. Overman, due to tho
inter st displayed in the same by her
husband during life, being present.
Tho pall bearers were selected from
ids most immediate neighbors.
Mrs. J. E. Butler went tip to CowleJ
Saturday to visit relatives.
Miss Marie Lau ranger spent Satur
day in Hastings.
Miss Lydin Chapman went tip to
Cowles Saturday to visit relatives.
Mrs. Elmer Simons of Cowlcs wai
shopping in this city Tuesday morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stnbcnaw went
up to Blue Hill Saturday to visit
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Bert Leonard came down from
Inavale Wednesday to visit her
daughter, Mrs. A. J. Topham.
Mrs. Phil Traut and daughter, Miss
Marie, went up to Hastings on Mon
day to spend the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carpenter arc
homo from a trip through western
Nebraska, and southern Knnsns
where they have been visiting rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. Will Gurney rejoice
over the arrival of a baby boy, who
came Sunday night. It is reported
that Grandpa Coleman is feeling
much better since that date.
Member of the United Church as
sembled at (he home of Wm. Ingals
last Monday' night and pleasantly re
minded him of the fact that it was.
his G'Jlh birthday anniversary. A
most enjoyable evening was spent in
celebrating tho event.
U. S. Weather Observer Chas. S.
Ludlow reports a rainfall of -1.011 in
ches since January 1st, with a mean
temperature of 28 degrees for tho
month of January, a maximum of 50,
a total snowfall of 10 inches with 8
clear days, 15 cloudy and 5 partly
cloudy. I lis report also shows the
thermometer as having registered -1
below on the 28th.
Miss Frances Huffer was very
greatly surprised Friday evening,
when a number of her friends appear
ed on the scene and spent the even
ing at her home, in honor of her birth
day. She received many nice pres
ents. Many games were played,
and a dainty luncheon was served,
after which the guests departed.
All report as having spent a very en
Baptist Church Notes
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 a.
m. Sunday School at 10 a. nt. Pray
er meeting at 7:30 each" Wednesday
evening. OJn:. - ' '
" Notwithstanding a break' down and
'much delay caused thereby, tite'WHK
ing.aWorkers dono very nicolyjwitn
their, lunch at the Robertson 'saW
TujetfUty. Nothing liko'.ffritnd.J:per-!;
fyerance out perseverance is oncoi
e tenants .o.tKefBaptisfsjlQn'tyoti
know. . .i '
There "will be" a Baptist-'Work'ers;
Conference, for' the Victory "World
Wide Evangelistic Campaign? 'held in
,Hastings the 13th .and: 14th ofJthis
month. Free entertainment for all
Methodist Church Notes
We are more than pleased to have
the Centenary team with us next Sun
day morning and evening.
Wo expect to have quite a delega
tion present next Sunday from Cowles
and Inavale to attend the big Centen
The church has been divided into
ten groups over which a unit leader
is placed. Two of these groups meet
ing each evening this week and for
the next two weeks to study the Cen
tenary plans in detail.
Our unit leaders are C. A. HER
RICK, L. L. BOREN, W. S. BEEZ
LEY, P. A. WULLBRANDT, E.
BENTLEY, ROY SATTLEY, B. W.
STEWART, S. C. ELLIS, W. H. FRY,
E. M. EGE.
Ono of tho minute men. E. M. Eco
of the Centenary prccedbftrtHb pasftor
uy. u uiiort una interesting- aaarcss
last Sunday evening. You will want
to hear the other minute men from
time to time.
We arc pleased to announce that
tho choir ia making special prepar
ations for the Big Centenary Meet
ing to bo held next Sunday. Special
music and four excellent speeches
ought to attract tho attention of tho
people and put standing room at a
We arc always pleased to have tho
stranger attend our services when in
our city. Last Sunday Mr. Jones of
Si. Joe was among our listeners. Wo
appreciated his services in the Sun
day School and his prayer offered at
the evening service was a blessing to
all. No it is not strange to sec a
traveling man a devout christian, it
is an abnormal thing not to find it
Hear Powcll-Woodrum-Embrce and
McCorklo tho big four at next Sun
day's services. A treat in store for
you if you attend. t
JOHN D. HAMMEL, Paitor
ThB FOLKS T home EXPECT YOU
i ne ruLn -r0 teix em all about
"OMAHA'S FUN tOrttgtTl W5IT
CEHTBE," THE SOlC tr
Exhilarating Burlesque; Vaudeville
Still Alf in Flllid with Priltr Glrlt, Fumr Clomi, Cwiuui
EquIjui, bllllint tnilc Eailronmiit
LADIES' DIME MATINEE EVERY WEEKDAY
Everybody Goos; AK Anybody
UWATS THE BIG0E3T MO BUI SHOW WFST OF CHICAGO
At the Library
I list annual report of the Librar
ian of the Auld Public Library for
the year beginning March 11H8.
Circulation of books:
Adult Juvenile Total
Mar. MS .181 -117 901
April '18 818 801 1712
May 18 771 810 1528
June '18 C07 719 K12G
July '18 571 581 1155
Aug. 18 621 574 1195
Sept. 18 G89 U90 1075
Oct. '18 515 !150 874
Nov. 18 859 588 1447
Dec. '18 857 516 1373
Jan '19 945 571 1516
Feb. '19 62G 393 1019
Hooks accessioned during year 1G0G;
Readers enrolled during year 991;
Cauls withdrawn GO; Largest number
of books drnwn in one day 121.
YOLA SWARTZ, Librarian
Congregational Church Notes
.Service.-? in the congregational
church next Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. No sermon, but a report
will be given by Mrs. Julia Warren
of the Association meeting on the
Ti i centenary Campaign of Evangel
ism. It is hoped that every member
of the church will be present if pos
sible to consider our part in this cam-
pnign which continues to April 19th.
FOR SALE Improved 1G0 acres,
seven miles south of Inavale, Price
$7000. J. W. Bullard, Inavale, Neb
Mrs. Barbara Pharos left Monday
morning for eastern markets to pur
chase her spring and summer slock
Mr.. Malick and daughter wore in
the city Tuesday morning, enroutc to
their homo at Cowles from Wilson
ville, where they had been visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. W. If. Thomas re
turned homo tho first of the week
from a visit with their son, H. E.
Thomas and family in Omaha.
Mrs. Elizabeth I'oo went up to
Hastings Wednesday to attend the
funeral of her brother-in-law, I. N.
Young, who passed away at that
place on Monday after an illness of
G. L. Trotter, of Superior, has
leased the Herberger building, on
South Main street, and has"' installed
the nccossarV mnchm6rv for Milriln,.
izing; retreading And' patch worknidf.
gctnen with a1 full line 'of casings arid
tubes! and lA nbw" open Jfor. business,
andfinvitciraay ancPall .when-in the
mdrlMtior tmvthine ih the abovelmc:
io vif&t' h 'shop i which vh'W
chffttenea the Red' CloujLytfcaiilzfc'
ing Company. t .r ..-. ' i
W$h dirt yoadsAiavhen tho- drift'
full' of, snow we .have, .weeks of itri
.passable roads aa tho.u snow nMts
4way.' If thos,o, roods wcre'-hard'bur-faceJ'
wo should have good' wads "as
soon 'as the snow is cleared' "away.
A ten foot drift along a dirt road
will keep the road soft and bad for
weeks, while hard roads would bo
good.'. Can 'any commtiity afford
Mankato Advocate. ,
I am ready to make farm loans in
any amount at lowest rates, best
terms and option. Absolutely no de
lay and no inspection expense. Sole
agent for Trcvett, Mattis and Bakor.
Some private money.
J. H. BAILEY.
Come In and See
The Cameras with the
Focus Fixed For You
-kSo;8mall they slip in your
pocket. Yet are easy to
. load and real picture get
ters two sizes for 16
x 2J4" pictures or 2' x
pictures 8.00 up.
Chas. L, Cotting
( The Druggist
BIG CENTENARY MEETING
Cowles, Inavale, Guide Rock, Red Cloud
TO BE HELD AT TUB
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
AT RED CLOUD NEXT
Dr. Sherman Powell
OF INDIANA AND
Mr. Raymond Woodrum
THE NEBRASKA CONFERENCE MINUTE MEN SPEAK AT THE
Dr. J. W. Embree
DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, HASTINGS DISTRICT AND
Dr. C. M. McCorkle
WILL BE THE SPEAKERS AT THE EVENING SERVICE
THESE FOUR MEN HAVE BEEN TOURING THE HASTINGS
DISTRICT DURING THE PAST WEEK AND WE CONSIDER OUR
SELVES VERY FORTUNATE IN HAVING SECURED THEM FOR
THE SUNDAY SERVICE
WE ARE GLAD TO OFFER THE PEOPLE OF RED CLOUD AND
VICINITY THIS FEAST OF GOOD THINGS
Everybody Welcome To All
sible to quote jbriW'ariy goods ' but yfc
have the quality stock and our prices are
light. Also offer each week something in
that will attract and please you. Markets
do not permit heavy buying. We carry suf
ficient stock to supply your needs, and buy
closely and turning quickly can give you full
That New Home
You have dreamed of for years.
Our house plans are at your service free.
See The 1 3th
D. HAMMEL. Pastor
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