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Bulletin of The Week's Delnfe
L. H. DlHckledKc is in Lincoln this
J. P. Winters of Lincoln is in town
'this week. '
Chris Fassler was down from Blue
Vale Fox was clown from Moomlng
Geo. Heffelbowcr was in Lincoln the
first of the week.
L. C. Plcslger was down from Ohio
Five more weeks to Christmas. Do
your shopping early. '
Gus HolmRraia returned from Hast
ings Saturday evening.
C. F. Gund and wife were down from
Blue Hill Wednesday.
Miss Lethia Do Witt visited relatives
in Guide Rock the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Alexander of
Hastings spent several days in town
The meeting in the South end will
be held at A. E. Sutton's next Sabbath
nt 3 p. m.
Webster Ray went to Lincoln Friday
night to attend the Kansas-Nebraska
foot ball game.
Mr. J. F. Buckles left for Bird City,
Kas., Monday morning where he will
look after his land.
Dr. T. a! Trumble was called to Lin
coln Wednesday on account of the
death of his unole.
The ladies of the Baptist church
will hold a market at Burden's store
Wednesday, Nov. 27.
Mr. Mouser, a clarinet player from
Sutton, came down Tuesday to play in
G. C. Bailey's orchestra.
Mrs. Ringer of Lincoln arrived Wed
nesdao for a several weeks visit with
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Smith.
Mrs. Rufus Miksch and Mrs. John
son returned Friday from Kansas
where they had been visiting friends.
Word was received here today that
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Longtin of Hast
ings are the proud parents of a baby
Foot ball tomorrow (Friday) nt 3:30,
Alma vs Red Cloud High school. Come
out and see a good game and help the
boys out- ' '
; Grant Christy, Ira Smelser and Sam
, Sherman went totUulbertson last Sun-
"day mornlngiwhere they will plaster
' -several houses.
Rev. Rawlins and wife left' Monday
morning' for Kansas City where they
will conduct meetings in the Central
Rev. J. M. Bates left for St. Paul
'Saturday, and before returning will
spend Thanksgiving week in Lincoln
with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Grimes, Miss
Erma Grimes and John Grimes of Blue
Hill spent Sunday visiting with E. L.
Grimes and family.
. Grandma Hale fell last Thursday
striking a gate post cutting her left
' eye quite badly but is getting along
fine at this writing.
Chas. Moede, John Smith, Clarence
Edwards and R. Kaelehahn of Blue
. Hill came down with Bruce Frame In
his auto Sunday evening.
Dr. Chas. Cross attended the South
, era Nebraska Dental Association meet
ing at Cambridge Wednesday. He
reports a very enthusiastic meeting
James Ryan has purchased the inter
est of John Havel in the Tepee Billiard
Hall. Mr. Havel will remain in Red
Cloud but is undecided what be will
do in the future.
Chas, Gurney, a presperous farmer
and stockman of Webster county, Ne
braska, was on today's market with a
shipment of good hogs. Monday's St.
Joe Stock Yards Dally Journal.
Chas. E.Stevens' has purchased the
drug stock and store building of J. V.
Grimes of Blue Hill, and will move his
family there in the near future.
Thanksgiving services will be held
in the Baptist church this year. Rev.
Rose will preach the sermon. The ser
vices will begin at 10 a. m. Come and
let as give thanks unto the Losd.
LeRoy Perry and wife came down
from Clay Center Tuesday to visit his
brotherFrank Perry and wife. He
also played the cornet in G. 0. Bailey's
Drs. Riddile & Foote, of Hastings,
Nebr., will meet eye, car, nose and
throat patients, and those needing
glasses fitted, at Red Cloud, Nebr.,
Thursday, Dec. !, at Dr. Cross1 office.
While looking after the horses and
mules Saturday Frank Elllnger had
the misfortune of having his jaw brok
en by being kicked by a mule. Frank
is getting along all right at this writ
ing. Miner Sherwood, Will Storey, Allen
Blackledge, Dow Kaley, Laird Potter,
Leonard Relhrer and Lloyd If clntyre
went to Lincoln last Friday morning
to witness the Kansas-Nebraska foot
You Furnish the
We furnish the rest
Sage 5c and 10c
Cranberries, per qt I Oc
All kind; of new nuts, per.-
pound 20 and 25c
Sweet potatoes, 6 lbs. for 25c
Hienze Sweet Pickles, doz..10c
Bananas, Oranges and Apples
Tuesday morning at County Judire
Ranney's office occurred the marriage
of two of Batin township's well known
young people. Miss Mae Hoffman and
Mr. George Kudrna were united in
marriage by Judge Ranney. Mr. John
Kudrna acted as best man and Miss
Mary Hoffman acted as bride's maid.
After the ceremony was over the bridal
party returned to the home of the
bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. G.
Hoffman in Batiu township where a
reception was given for them.
They received many valuable, hand
some and useful presents.
It is a pleasure to chronicle the
marriage of such worthy young people
and this paper wafts to them its wann
Frank Mizcr arrived in this city Fri
day from Denver. Frank has purchas
ed the Mrs. E. B. Smith farm on the
north edge of this city and will move
his family baok here from Denver and'
will reside thereon in the future.
,. The Farmers' ustltute has so ab
sorbed ftie attention. of this city and
surrounding territory that we have
deemed it advisable to devote a major
portion of our space to it. Our usual
features will be again taken up next
Prof. Morltz and his able corps of
of teachers are deserving of much
praise for their painstaking care of the
school parade. A great deal of extra
work was necessary to prepare and
direct this parade. It was greatly ap
preciated by the spectators and words
of commendation were heard all along
Mrs. Loyd Carpenter died at her
home near Inavale yesterday morning.
The immediate cause of death being
appendicitis. The funeral services
were conducted from the Methodist
church in this oity this afternoon.
Mrs. Carpenter was the daughter of
Mr.Li. P. Johnson and was 23 years
old at the time of her death.
The five year old daughter of Wm.
Reeves, died at her home Wednesday
a. m. from a complication of stomach
troubles. Leota Jane was born at
Guide Rock, October 11, 1007, and was
5 years 1 month and u days at time of
her death. Funeral services were
held today from the residence.
Notice is hereby given 'that the law
firm of Overman fc Munday has dis
solved by mutual consent. Mr. Mun
day has purchased the library and fix
tures and will continue the business,
while Mr. Overman will retire and take
a much needed rest.
Dated this 21 day of November, 1012.
E. U. Overman.
Fbakk J. Munday.
The Red Cloud foot ball team will
take for its opponents the husky Hast
ings High school team for a Thanks
giving day battle on the local gridiron.
Both teams have good records and a
fast game is assured. Our Girls'
Basket Ball team will play the Cowles
Girls before the foot ball game. A
big crowd should turn out and yell for
Miss Ellen Stonebreaker entertained
the Ladies' Clio Club last Saturday
afternoon the occasion being an open
meeting of the club. There were about
fifty Invited guosts present and all re
port an excellent afternoou. The
"Iron Womnu" was the book under
discussion. Mrs. Dora Kaley was the
leader and the successful presentation
was largely due to her skill, tact, and
vlvaoity. The members and visitors
were fully prepared on the book and
the Interchange of Impression and con
victions proved helpful to all. After
the meeting simple, dainty refresh
ments were Served.
B. E. McFarland
All thm Phonm
C. F. Gund of Lincoln, was in Cowlca
a short time with bis sou. Fred, of
James McBride was in Red Cloud on
Jeff Meyers of Boulder, Colorado,
was in Cowles, Monday, between
Chas. Reevr, who lives cast of town
had the misfortune of losing a fine
horse by having its throat cut with
galvanized barbed wire. It bled to
death in just a few minutes.
F. A. Good has commenced the erec
tion of a new residence in the new
Foo & McBride addition.
C. W. Fuller is In Liucoln this week
John Uutchin and family attended
the Farmers' Institute at Red Cloud
Mr. Simpson of Blue Hill was on our
The M. E. supper and social at the
A. O. U.W. hall Wednesday evening
was well attended and enjoyed by all.
There is a good many of our farmers
through husking corn. They believe
in husking before the sun Shines in
Street Commissioner, J. R. Morse,
has done somn good street work east
of the rail road track.
Corn shucking is progressing very
nicely this fine weather and some are
Al Smith and family were visiting in
town Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. V. G. Marton and family were
vl8ttlugat Charley Wolfe's, Sunday,
coming over in their auto.
Paul McDowel is shucking corn for
Mr. Sharshol had a sick horse Sat
urday. Guy Barnes and wife were pleasant
callers iu Guide Rock Sunday.
The crowd was small at the Carter
sale on account of corn shucking but
the men with money were there.
Rev. John J. Bayne, pastor of the
uongregauonai cnurcn will Degin a
series of Gospel Services at thelndlan
Creek school house on this coming
Sunday. Service on Sunday at 3 p. m.
on the days following the services
will begin at 7:30 every evening,
Everybody cordially invited. Mr.
Bayne will give a short Bible lecture
every evening and a Gospel sermon.
Congregational, singing led by Mr. Fltz
will be a feature.
Fred Youngren came down from Red
Cloud today and is the guest of D. H.
Rich and wife. Mr. Youngren Is an ex
perienced mechanical engneer and will
take a position with the Electric Light
Co. here to operate the thejsteam plant
for them. He formerly worked for Mr.
Rloh at Red Cloud and was recommen
ded by him as the man to fill the place
new entirely sausractoruy, and we
congratulate the Lee Brothers on se
curing his service. Superior Express.
About eight months ago Mr. Frank
J. Munday came to this city from Beav
er City and formed a law partnership
wlthE.U. Overman, the firm being
known as Overman fc Munday. From
his first appearance Mr. Munday en
joyed the confidence of our people.
This week he purchased the remaining
interest of Mr. Overman and he suc
ceeds to the business of the office.
The Chief extends the glad hand and
assurres Mr. Munday that it wishes
him prosperity and success. Mr. Over
man has decided to withdraw from
tKe practice of law and hereafter will
look after his various holdings in this
OUR A. D. S.
We are quite sure that Do
other cold cream will satis
fy you after you try ours. It
is of snowy whiteness, soffy
ereamy and delicately (per
fumed. It is a genuine shin
food and has rare skin-benefiting
properties. As a pre
ventive and cure of chapped
hands, face or lips, it is
without an equal.
Makes and keeps the
soft and smooth.
Never becomoe rancid.
Chas. L. Cotting,
BtYMBfliHnFHfentiL i '0
HOW IS YOUR -
The mercury goes down
Coaxed on by zero weather
The coal bin too! and with
You see them go down
While we can't stop
The mercury from going
' to the bottom
Ue are prepared
TO FILL YOUR BINS
TO THE TOP
Wants and for Sale
All kinds of Electrical work done by
When iu town get your dinner at
Fou Rent One furnished room.
close in. Phone Bell Red 102.
The Diamond Electric Vacum clean
er demonstrated in your home free.
Call Phone Red 07.
Fresh Oysters served to order at
r Call rural phone 205 if you have
cream or poultry to sell.
J. O. Caldwkli..
Fresh candy, peanuts and cigars at
Prices" these are the things which
causes our job department to lead.
The finest line and best assortment
of Harness ever carried before. Call
and look it over. Morhart Bros.
Young lady clerk, one willing to be
kept busy. Address Clxbr, per Chief
Office, City. State salary wanted In
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the Red Cloud Creamery at
the Court Bouse, Saturday, Nov. 23,
1H1V5, at 2 p. m.
J. F. Buckles, President.
Witt Mure Mku,
We were truly gratified by the con
gregation that greeted us last Sabbath
morning. Still there is room for more.
The subject for next Sabbath morn'
ing will be "The Praising Habit." In
the evening it will be "The Power of
In the mid-week meeting we' are
studying Paul's missionary journlcs
i nere is a nearty welcome for you at
all of these services.
CwtrHatl-al Church Micas.
"The Unmooked God" will be the
subject of the morning's sermon. Iu
the evening the pastor will begin a
series of three practical sermons on
the general subject of "The Family
Life." Washington Gladden has said:
"The Home not the Church, is the basis
of society." Hence the importance of
good homes. The first address of the
series will be gived Sunday evening.
The subject will be: "The Rights of
the child In the home."
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCraoken re
ceived a most pleasing surprise Tues
day. Some of their ohildren who live
away from here quietly made n visit to
the daughter who lives just over the
line in Kansas, Not a word was spok
en to the "old folks" about the visit
and they knew nothiug about it until
all the children droye into the yard
and entered the house. The surprise
was as complete as ic was delightful.
This is the first time in six years that
the entire family has been together
and the reunion was most enjoyable.
We will give the full list of prizes
awarded for the best exhibits at the
Farmer's Institute in our issue of
next week. Watch for it.
Clothcraf t Clothes are the only
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LOTHCRAFT linings are not
oniy sirong, auraDie ana wen cut,
but each one is carefully selected to
match harmoniously the particular
cloth with which it is used.
The buttons, too, you
closely in shade and pattern with the fabrics.
Important enough in
themselves, these are sim
ply two of the many in
stances of the care and .
taste given to every detail
in the production of Cloth
Clothcraf t Clothes give
you all the little niceties of
style and finish that, every
man likes in his clothes.
Besides, you are absolutely
assured by the Clothcraft
guarantee of the important
things not so readily ap
Cowd en Kaley
First Deer Nsrth ef
fire Blankets on Your Shopping List?
Just about now Mistress Busy House
wife begins to realize that winter has set
in (or fair.
Supplies of warm bedding that SEEMED gener
ous during mild September and October develop
unexpected shortage wben subject to the first real
cold winter demands.
Every woman who has "Blanket" on her shop
ping list should come FIRST to this store.
The following are absolutely reliable qualities
arid values very difficult to duplicate.
Cotton blankets. from 75c to $2.00
Part Wool " " $1.90 to $3.50
All, " " " $3.25 to $7.00
Look at Our Cotton Bats before Buying.
TkeCt. D. Feed Sure
We enrry a full line of Feed,
Flour. Oils and Has
Try our Machine Oil on your mower.
At present we have somo choice
Cane and Millet seed, come in and con
trac what you need before its gone.
F. K. HENDERSON
Special attention given to diseases
of eye and ear. Glasses accurately
fitted. Dr, Stockman, Red Cloud, Neb
AfMt'tAlfrt m jwy.-ertAMitZls
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will observe correspond
parentall - wool, lasting
shapes, satisfactory wear
This guarantee, found
in the inside pocket of
every Clothcraft coat, is
your surety bond that
Clothcraft Clothes at $10
to $25 are really good cloth
es of dependable quality.
Let us show you some
of the remarkable Cloth
craft values at $15, $18 and
Red Cloud, Neb
Mules For Sale
I have 40 head of good work Mules
for sale. Prices reasonable. For
further particulars inquire of '
G. M. Smith, Red Oloud,
William Kikkpatiiick, Guide Rock
A Bargain: My residence property
on Webster St., near 1th avenue. First
good offer takes it. Don't be back
ward make me an offer. ' Address
Geo.. F. Newhouse, The Dalles, Ortgoa