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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 1, 1920)
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JANUARY 7th and 8th
AS TOLD TO US
Hay Hretd at Powell awl Popes.
Used cars for stle. Frame A Smith
Write it 1920. ' '
This is Leup Year.
Nate Piatt spent Tuesday in Hast
Jas. Peterson tpent Monday
Carl Jernberg spent Tuesday ;n
C. E. Arnold was down from llluc
Mrs. Cecil Essig spent Wednes
day in Hastings.
Mrs. Darrel Burden spent Wednes
day in Hastings.
A. F. Hartwcll of Inavale was tn
the city Tuesday.
Mrs. W. H. Tabor of Inavale was
in the city Monday.
Miss Mary Christian went to Hast
ings Tuesday morning.
Chns. Lindley spent Chrifctmus
with relatives at Denver.
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ludlow went to
Lincoln Monday morning.
Clarence Mitchell of Franklin was
in the city Friday evening. I
H. G. Kceney was down from
Cowlcs Tuesday afternoon.
, Several of the stores, are busy In
voicing their stock of,Jgoods.
Misses Marion and Sabilln McDow
ell spent Monday in Hastings.
Attorney L. H. Blacklodge return
ed home, Sunday from Denver.
Mrs. H. C. Gellatly went to' Hast
ings Monday to visit her sister.
Charley Mocde of Blue Hill spent
Sunday in the city with relatives.
The chairs for the Hesse Auditor
ium arrived the last of the week.
Mrs. Pitney and daughter, Dorcas,
of Inavale, spent Tuesday ir. this city.
Miss Gertrude Wu'.lbrnndt went to
Lincoln Wednesday to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Barrett of Boa
rice, after spending a few days with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bar
rett, went to York Tuesday to visit
Owing to delay in thn printing, in
come tax banks will not lie available
for distribution until about January
15. 1020. Forms will be mailed prompt
ly to all taxpayers, who Hied return
for the yetir l!)18, ns soon as received
by the Collector of liitunml Uevonuu.
-Frame & Smith
Bat and drluU at Powell &
VA Amack i on the siok
Used oars for -sale
i Mrs. M. K )uiglcy U on the sick list
Use the great egg tonic, "More Egg"
sold by 0. L. Cotting.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baker spent
In ; Saturday with relatives nt Guide
Mrs. Robert Ueiher and sister, Miss
Margaret Miner spent Monday in
Miss Marv Tcnnant went to Lln-
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of Guide Bock was in tlio ,K iU' lu " "Ul '""" "u
Mrs. Will Auld and children return
ed home from Denver Wednesday
Fred Pharcs spent Christmas with
his brother, Henry and family, at Ccn
Mr. and Mrs. A. Sherman returned
to Hastings Monday after visiting rel
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Egc went to
York Wednesday morning to spend
Mrs. Chas. Waldo and childicn of
Inavale spent Tuesday with friencts
in this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stevens of Hast
ings spent Christmas with relatives
in this city.
Carl Jernbcrg of Akron, Colorado,
arrived ir. "the city Monday to visit
Miss Myrtle Boner left Monday ror
Winner, South Dakota, to resume bet
school duties. . i
FOR SALE A Poland China Boar,
wt. 300. Inquire of Walter Gurney.
Phone 2 on 7.
Mrs. J. J. Garher left Monday for
Fullerton where she will visit her son,
Boy and wife.
Win. Zachery and family went to
I Guide Rock Monday to visit Will Jack
son and family.
Mr. and .Mrs. Curtis Friday and
Mrs. East of Ilolilrcdgo arc visiting
friends in the city.
Mr.jmd Mrs. Nate Piatt and daugh
ter, Margaret, spent Christmas with
her patents at Cowlcs.
Mrs. Win. Starke departed Satur
day morning for Milwaukee where
.she will visit relatives.
Earl McKimmey of Minden spent
Christmas with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. McKimmcy.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Robertson went
to Guide Rock Monday to visit their
daugljtcr, Mrs. Roy Fcarn.
Mrs. Ethel Pylc of St. Joe spent
Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Hat
field, and other relatives.
Mrs. Lydia Hoffman and daugntcr,
Mrs. Clarence Baker went to Ayr
Tuesday to visit relatives.
Mrs. W, A. Sherwood departed on
Saturday? for. Chicago where she jvill
visit her sister, Mrs. Weiss.
Mr. and, Mrs. Oris Fearn of Hast
ings spent Christmas with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fearn.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Galbraith and
children of Cheyenne arrived in the
city Tuesday to visit relatives.
Attorney and Mrs. Bernard Mc
Xony and Mr. and Mrs. S. It. Flor
anco spent Tuesday in Hastings.
ThoGlrl from tho Outslilo, by Ilex
Beach, will be at the Orphuiiiu next
Wednesday and Thursday It is one
of tliu late, high class productions now
showing In tho city theaters, Do not
fail to sob it.
AT THA 9 lst we w511 tlevelP any sIze film or
ill 1 1 1 H SE film pact free of clmrg0 wnon
III IJlllJ I prints are ordered. When no prints
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or 10c for film packs. Quick service:
bring in your films or packs today
and get your prints tomorrow. The
price of prints romains as hereto
fore. THE RED CLOUD STUDIO
Mr. and Mrs. F. N Wells of Lincoln
aro visiting her pin-cuts, Mr and Mrs.
O C. Teel.
Walter Marshall left Monday to re
sume his position after spending
Christmas with his mother in this
Mrs Frank Peterson and children
went to York Tuesday morning to vis
it her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Etherton of
O: nil Island spent Christmas In tnc
qty with his mother, Mrs. Chas. Eth
Horace Brown departed Sunday
ccning for Earlimart, California,
where he will spend a month with rel
atives. Mrs. H. Pate and children of Long
Island, Kansas, spent Sunday In tho
city with her parents, Mr. und Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Starr and fam
ily left Saturday night for Lovcland,
Colorado, where they will make their
Dr. R. V. Nicholson returned home
Monday evening from West Point
where he spent Christmas with his
brother and wife.
Isadora Johnson, manager, of tho
Graham Furniture store, returned on
Monday from Hastings where he spent
Christmas with friends.
Mr. and Mrs.'R. Higley and daugh
ter, Evelyn, returned to Omaha Mon
day morning after spending Christ
mas with her mother, Mrs. T. Lain.
FOR SALE Good quarter section of
nud with good improvements, 4 inllck
sofith of Inavale, Ne'br., on easy terms
Write for full description.-C. F. Cntli.
jr, Red Cloud, Nebr.
The nianv fi lends of Miss Clara Mc
Millan will be pleased to learn that
she has received the appointment to
the position of census enumerator and
has been assigned the territory of Red
Cloud city first and second wards. In
view of the fact that sho so long and
faithfully served the public In the
Dr. R.V. Nicholson ! Dr. W.H. McBride
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ly mnuerti ami doing capacity business I UtiNHoT
J. E. Bin., Red Cloud. Xubr.
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(lood meals good service moderate
prices Powell A- Popo's cafe Red Cloud
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local post ofllce, it is a foregone con
clusion that shc.ls capable of perform
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FRAME & SMITH BROS. CO.
Authorized Agents Red Cloud, Neb.
Friday and Saturday
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The Philadelphia Diamond Grid Battery with
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Not one in a thousand has failed to outlive its long
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