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Bulletin of The Week's Doings
If It happened you will fititl it here.
Roy Sattley is in Kansas City this
Itoy Hutchinson was in Lincoln tills
Dr. T. A. Jones left for Columbus,
T. D. Crans was a Hastings visitor
Uev. E. N. Tompkins wns in Hast
Hugh Oulliford wns a Hastings
T. J. Diamond was a passenger to
lternard McNeny was a passenger to
Robert Davis whs a passenger to
Mrs. Lois McFarland spent Satur
day in Hastings.
The county commissioners are lu
uession this week.
R. A. Wiley of Hastings was in town
on business Friday.
Father Fitzgerald was a passenger
to Superior, Saturday.
Try Sheeley's Uarber Shop for the
best in the tonsorlal line.
A. II. Carpenter made a business
trip to Franklin Friday. '
, E. M. Rollins of Washington City,
Iowa, spent Sunday in town.
Weesnef .t Koontz'shipped a car of
. hogs to Kansas City Sunday. .
Light Hrahmas Cockerella for sale.
Inquire of E. H. Nkwiiouhe. adv
J. A. Tomlllnson was in Omaha the
last of the week on business.
Mrs. Robert S. Mitcheel visited
friends in Blue Hill Saturday.
Frank Mcintosh shipped a car of
mixed stock to St. Joe Sunday.
Mr. a,nd Mrs. Edgar Cowden visited
relatives iu Franklin over Sunday.
J. L. Christian shipped two cars of
stock to St. Joe and Kansas City Sun
day. W. W. Woo'l of Uostwick was a
busiuess visitor iu Red Cloud Satur
day. Attorney Sutherland of Nelson was
in town Monday attending district
1'aul Pope is home from Omaha
where he attended nn implement con
t!eorge Ualrd court, reporter of Hast
. ings was attending district court here
There were 04 cars of stock shipped
through here Sunday to the river
Mrs. Wm. Shoemaker returned from
Alma, Friday, where she had visited
Si Jameson left for Emporia, Kau
nas, Monday, to spend a few days with
Leggins, Overshoes, Rubbers, etc., of
all kinds at Bailey & Bailey's Shoe
, store. adv St
Mrs. Unas. Strong returned home
from a short visit with relatives at
Will Robertson shipped two cars of
cattle to St. Joe Sunday. He accom
Judge Perry of Cambridge held dis
trict court here Monday in place of
Arthur L. Meudolssohn aud wife
left for their future home, Lamita,
Mrs. Mabel Thompson of (irand
Island, Is at the bedside of her mother
Mrs. George Lindsey.
W. D. Kdson and wife are home
from Chicago and Illinois points and
report n pleasant time.
Senator George Hummel returned
to Lincoln Tuesday on No. It to at
tend to his oillcial duties.
Fern Robertson returned home from
McCook, Friday, where she visited
friends for several weeks.
John Frohner returned to Hastings
Friday after visiting his sister, Mrs. J
A, Bradford, the past week.
Mrs. Hessle Andeason returned to
Omaha, Monday, after visiting her
mother, Mrs. Ducker, for some time.
D. E. and W. 11. Sauuders of the
Saunders Bros, lumber firm are in
Omaha this week attending conven
tions. Chas. Relgle who has been otf duty
for several days with an attack of the
la grippe is again on duty at M. A.
Mrs. W. P. Fulton returned Friday
f-m KVrniMise. Nebraska, where she
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
County Superintendent of Schools
Miss Gertrude Coon, Is home from
Lincoln, whore she attended a state
meeting of county superintendents.
Mrs. Bert Price aftor spending sev
cral days visiting friends and relatlven
at tlls place, left for Superior Sunday
morning to visit her brother Jesse
C. 1). WhlltakerlshomefromOinaha.
Bernard Fruit is down from Pauline.
Mrs. II. II. Simons Is home from
C. A. UoiiMin of
Frank Rowe of
Henry Sunrtr. of
Superior was In
Hastings was in
Pauline was in
I. KortandF. Block of Blue Hill
were iu town Tuesday.
Miner Kent shipped a wr of cattle
to St. Joe Wednesday.
Mrs. V. S. Reuse is on the nick list
this week with the grippe.
C. D. Perrine of Hastings was in
town Tuesduy on business.
A. M. Wnlters of Blue Hilt attended
District Court here Monday.
Sheriff Hedge was in Guide Rock on
otlielal business Wednesday.
Mrs. 01 He James of Humboldt spent
Sunday In' town visiting friends.
Ed Crary aud Chas. A mack of Uuide
Rock were on our streets Tuesday.
W. S. Reuse went to Tecumseh the
last of the week to attend the funeral
of his wife's sister.
M. N. Hair, the Hastings architect
was in town passing final opinion on
the new buildings Wednesday.
When down town don't forget ' to
visit the new Home Bakery and Candy
Kitchen opposite the' postofflce.
Mr. Jcfferies, proprietor of the Bur
lington Hotel was down from McCook
Wednesday looking after his interests.
Mrs. John Boles left for her home
in Iowa, Tuesday. She was called here
sometime ago by the death of her sis
ter, Mrs. Ted Harris.
Mr. and Mrs, R. G. Runchey re
turned home Friday after spending a
a few days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Uarpham, near Cowles.
The January thaw has set in after
two weeks of snug winter weather.
This mild temperature is very pleasing
especially sluec conditions have been
such as to produce an exceptionally
tine ice crop. The ice is fully ten
incl.ei thick and as clean as the- arti
Mrs. Ed (larber received word Wed
UHsday morning of the dtath of her
father at Clarinda, Iowa. Ho will be
buried at his old home in Jewell coun
ty, Kansas Friday morning nt 11
Sheriff Tom W. Carrol of Alma,
brought down a young man who had
broken jail at that place and left him
with Sheriff Hedge for safe keeping on
C. W. Kalcv left Sunday for Tampa,
Florida, and other southern points.
He also intends to attend the inaugu
ration of President Wilson at Wash
ington, March 4th.
Mrs. Bert Morhart received word
Sunday from Tecutnsch announcing
the death -of her mother, Mrs Bus
tetta, aged .15 years. Mr. and Mrs
Morhart left Sunday to be present at
Lewis Conrad went down to Red
Cloud last week to accept a position
with the Standard Oil Co., as a driver
of one of the wagons jrom that place.
He '-will move there sometime this
month. Blue Hill Leader.
See J. H Bailey for best rates, terms
and option on farm loans. Sole agent
for 'I revett, Mattis & Baker.
Will taste good if you buy
your groceries from a first
class grocery that handle a
good brand of goods. I pride
myself on the line I carry.
My store is an exclusive
grocery why not buy your
groceries at a grocery store,
shoes at a shoe store, dry
goods at a dry goods store,
furniture at a furniture store.
A new arrival this week is
B. E. McFarland
All thm Phonmm
H. M. (lard left for Lincoln Monday.
The largest and most complete Hue
of Overshoes, Rubbers. Leggins, etc ,
at the llalley & Bailey Shoe store.
Give us your shoe repairing, ndv lit
Albert Smith A. Sons of Superior
claim Feb. 4th for their 14th sale of
Poland China hogs aud Shorthorn
cattle. Their sale will consist of 45
bred sows and 5 head of calves.
A. H. Camp and his brother, Dr. R.
K. Camp, formerly or Burlington,
Colo, are In the city this week visit
ing friends. The latter is going to
locate here and practice his profession.
We wish him success.
Mrs. Dorthy Crowell and daughter
Miss Edith stopped over Wednesday
evening to make a short visit with
the Editor and wife. They have been
visiting lu Iowa and are on their way
home at Denver. Mrs. Crowell is a
sister of the Editor.
The copy having reached this oflice
so late this week we are unable to
publish the program and premium
list of the Farmers' Institute to be
held at Cowles, Monday and Tuesday,
January 27th and 28th, but it cau be
found in The Chief next week.
In The Chief's Big Auto Contest ad
to be fouud on another page of this
Issue, you will And the name of the
winner of the Special Prize of f 10.00,
also the names and standing of the
Contestants as taken at the first
count, last Saturday, January It th.
Miss Ida Uard received quite au
accident Monday while at work at the
Hansen Laundry. She was operating
the mangle aud in some way her right
hand was caught and drawn iuto the
mangle ' and was badly smashed.
Prompt medical attention was given
and she is getting along nicely at this
A. C. Hosmer, the man who guides
the destlnlties of The Commercial
Advertiser, which by the way is the
newiest paper iu Webster county, with
but one exception (but modesty for
bids us naming it) is today installing
a new folding machine "with real
tapes that run the same as those to be
found iu any large city.'1
An alarm of tire was turned in Tues
day at 3 o'clock and proved to be the
home of Mrs. Vesta Hur wood occupying
the John Street dwelling on North
Cedar street, Fire was caused by over
lllllug of a gasolinu stove the fire
soon spread aud quickly destroyed the
entire house. Owing' to frozen hy
(hunts and frozen couplings in the
hose the fire boys were not very suc
cessful. Most the furniture was sav
ed. Y. M. C. A. Hours
The hours at which the Y. M. C. A
will be open for different purpose's arc
fixed, for the present, as follows:
Reading room, aflernoon aud even
ing, open to all
Gymnasium, game room and bath.
For girls Mondays, i to 5:30 p. in.
Wednesdays, 7 to 10:30
For juniors All week days except
iiiuuusy aiternoon, i
for seniors All eveniugs except
Wedn'day, 7 to 10:30
Sundays Reading room only, 3 to !
Do you remember, If you lose heart
about your work, that none of It la
lost; that the good of every good deed
remains, and works on forever; and
all that falls and is lost Is the outside
shell of the thing; which, perhaps
might have been better done, but has
nothing to do with the real good 'you
have done to men's hearts. Charles
Thursday, Jan. 16
The Judgment of the Sea
A picture of the seaside, with lovely
views and natural acting. A good
story well told.
Where Love Is, There
A fine picture illustrating one
Tolstoy's short stories.
MEETING MAMIE'S MOTHER
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
January 17 and 18
A SOLDIERS DUTY An Interest
ing picture of the Civil war by the
THE GEISHA GIRLS OF JAPAN
A series of pretty pictures of the danj
cing girls, canals, gardens, etc.
SUBTERFUOE-A good picture by
the Selig company. , ,
PATHE'S WEEKY-The world's
events in pictures,
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Bert Reeve was a passenger to Ko I
Art Vance left. Wednesday for his
home iu Hastings.
Mis Chas. Francis spent Tuesday
with f i lends in Red Cloud.
T. J Lacy and Ed Scott were trans
acting business iu Red Cloud Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Motter are going
to move out on the Mrs. France place.
Miss Maud McCune of Red Cloud
ciime up Monday for a short visit with
Chas. Bennett came iu from St. Joe
Wednesday where he had boon with a
shipment of cattle.
R. D. Post returned homo from St.
Joe Wednesday where he had been
with a car of cattle.
Henry Motter and wife returned
home Wednesday from an extended
visit in Furnace county, Kansas. He
report the wheat crop there very short
but a fair crop of corn.
Frank Motter had a sale Wednesday
and he intends to move to the Yose
mltc valley in Colorado. We arc sorry
to have you go Frank but wish you
every success in the world.
Our Basket Ball team went to Red
Cloud Monday evening and defeated
the Red Cloud team by a score of 0 to
10. The boys report that Red Cloud
has a flue gymnasium room furnished
by the Y. M. C. A.
Jos. Havel was In Cowles Tuesday.
Louis Vavrlcka was in Cowles Tues
day. George Pilley hauled a load of hogs
to Red Cloud Saturday.
.Adolph Sidlo hauled a load of hogs
to Red Cloud Saturday.
Several of the farmers of this locality
attended the Raker sale Wednesday.
Frank Zarebinsky of Odell Is hero
visitiug his sister Mrs. Jos. Polnioky.
Atou Kiidrna aud Vencil Zajle were
in Blue Hill Saturday iu Atou's auto.
Mike Vavricka and Jos. Jeliuek Sr
went to Crete Monday for a few days
January came in like a Hon and it
seems like it was going out like t
John Zajic, who had a new well dug
some time ago, moved his wind mill
on to it Wednesday.
Alex Buckles has a felon ou his
thumb an" he says they are not a very
pleasaut thing to have.
One of Louis Vavricka's mules which
he bought of Autto Pointner got home
sick and Saturday it went back to see
its old master.
Muriel Fisher has been sick with a
'cold for a few days.
John Cummings moved on the old
Taylor place .last week.
Pete Manley went home Monday to
'help put up Ice this week.
George Harris bought some calves
from John Kawl on Monday.
This snowy weather is hard on the
rabbits as well as anumltlon.
Guy Barnes and Charley Shultz
were hauling hay on Friday.
George Houchin is hauling corn from
his bottom farm up to his feed yard.
Our Gartield reporter got froze up
during the cold weather but is out
Clay Weaver was shelling corn on
wind mill row Monday for Smith Bros,
aud Ed Wiggins.
Guy Rurnes and Smith Bros., are
among the unlucky oues to lose cattle
in the corn stalks.
Clyde Bovven sold his corn to Pete
McElhnney the fore part of the week
and is now busy hauling it.
We had music ou wind mill row last
week. Smith Bros., weaned thirty
calves and they tuned up tine.
His Cows Sold Well
J. W. RakertSM Realize Seller Thai
$66 Per Head fir Twt Cars
J. W. Robertson, one of the success
ful feeders of the Reil Cloud district,
was among the Ncbruskans who found
the local market to their liking today.
Mr. Robertson had in two loads of
cows, the first shipment from a big
string ho Is feeding this winter, that
brought the highly satisfactory price
of 10.00 per hundred. The two car
loads grossed over StiOper head. Mon
day's St Joe Stock Yards Dally Jour
nal. Farm Loans
At Lowest interest, best option, least
expense. Call for me nt State Hank,
Red Cloud. O. P. Catiikk.
A Real, First Class
Attend our 20 per cent dis
count sale now on at our store.
Just think of buying nice, new Suits and Overcoats made by
B. Kuppenheimer & Co.
At such liberal discounts. A good assortment
yet to choose from if you come early.
FIRST DOOR NORTH OF POST OFFICE
To correct an crronous impression which seems
to be in circulation I wish to say that I am still sell
ing the well known
and Victor records. My stock of these is com
plete and fresh and I can supply you with anything
, wanted in the Victor line. I expect to continue to
carry this line and as always to have a good complete
stock of both records and machines.
In comformity with my policy of ALWAYS
having the BEST goods FIRST I am now showing the
EDISON DISC PHONOGRAPH
This new machine is with out doubt absolutely
the finest musical machine ever placed on the market
having many advantages over any other machine of
any make. It has a Diamond pointed reproducer do
ing away with all needle changing, an Indestructible
record playing twice as long as any other disc record.
The tone is the most natural and no other machine is
in the same class for a minute for fidelity of repro
duction. These are but a few of the ntany points of
EDISON CYLINDER PHONOGRAPH
as usual are the best of their kind. The new
Undestructible Blue Amberol record playing four
minutes when used with the new Diamond pointed
reproducer giving tones and volume of the old disc
I-want you to hear these instruments side by
side, whether you contemplate the purchase of one or
not and extend to you a cordial invitation to come
and hear them played.
E. H.Newhouse t
Jeweler & Optometrist 1
C. B. It Q. Watch Inspector.
Dk Diiardoiik Dn. Amikii
Chicago Veterinary Kansas City
Ind. '.'44 "tea Res. Phones ET Iud. 2.TI
Drs. Deardorf & Asher
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Olllco Phonos: Ind. lu!J; lied &7.
ELEVEN YEARS EXPERIENCE
When you are looking for Overshoes,
Rubbers, Leggins, etc., go to Bailey X
Hulley'b blioe ttore. adv St.
E. A. Creighton,
EYE, NOSE AND THROAT
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OVER STATE RANK
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