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RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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Hullotln of Tito Week's Dolna
Fivj.1i I.owiK'ys Ht Miner llros. Co.
Win Crubill was in Cowles, Friday.
Xe.xt Monday will bo St. Valentine's
'Mvpry tenth biitfpy whip freo ;tl
Frud Tumplu of Kansas City was in
the city the first of the week.
J. II. Hllliigcr shipped 11 ear of .stock
to bt. Joe, .Sunday. Frank niHner
chaperoned tlio shipment.
George Isom of I'owcll, Wyoming,
arrived In the city the last of the week
to visit relatives and friends.
J. A. McArthur shipped two cars of
stock to Kansas City, Sunday. Leo
McArthur accompanied tho shipment
Editor Kurl L. Spenco of the Frank
lin News was In the city Saturday.
While here he made this oillce a fra
Miss Mary Christian, who is teach
ing school Dear Funk, spent Saturday
in the city with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Christian.
W. H. McKlmmey, after a two weeks
illness, resumed his duties in the
mechanical department of the C. II. &
Q. at this place on Wednesday.
Mrs. S. M. Carl who had been visit
ing her brother, J. A. McArthur and
family, returned to her home at Long
Island, Kansas, Wednesday morning.
Ceoil Esslg returned home the last
of the week from Happyville, Colorado,
where he had been spending a few
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bell.
The M. B. Epworth League will
have a basket supper Friday evening
in tho churcn parlors. Girls bring
baskets. A program will be given be
fore supper. Everybody invited.
Mr. James Peterson has opened up
an exclusively implement house. Uoods
arc arriving dally and ho will soon have
one of the largest stocks of implements
in this section of the state. Mr. Peter
son is an experienced man in the im
plement business and he will handle
everything from a cultivator to a
Last Thursday evening at six o'clock
nt the home of tho bride's pnveuts.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Atkinson, who
reside northwest of this city, .occurred
the marriage of their daughter, Miss
Maude, to Mr. Clarence Fit, ton of
Mr. and Mr. K. .S. FUz, Rev. .1. E.
Jurboe of Lincoln blllufcitinjjr. About
thirty guests weru present and after
congratulations a bountiful suppor was
bcrvcd to which all present did justice.
The executive board of the Chamber
of Commerce held its regular meeting
Tuesday evening. The usual routine
business was trnnsaetei alter which
tho Secretary stated that the lease ou
the rooms had expired and the House
Committee was instructed to secure a
new lease for ono year with the privi
lege of three years. As Secretery F.
W. Cowdcn will be unable to attend
the meeting at Hastings next week the
"Vice President, Geo. W. Hutchison,
was elected u delegate to attend the
meeting. The Secretary and l'rcsi
dent were instructed to invite the Re
publican Valley Editorial Association
to hold it's summer meeting here.
ANY WINTER COAT
IN OUR STOCK ON SALE
Saturday, Fefo. 12
Max Fentress was in Guido Rock
W. A. Kent was a Guide Kock visitor
Harty Waller of Cowlca was on our
Charles Sehultz was In Uurr Oak,
Eddie Warren returned from Hast
Guy .eigler returned home from
Stacoy Morhait left for Lincoln
Mrs. John Wccsner went to Superior,
Monday, to visit her parents.
Kev.J. E. Jarboc and wifo loft Satur
day for their homo at Lincoln.
Iluy your buggy whips at Fogel's.
Every tenth whip given away.
Foil SALE An automatic shotgun
in good condition. W.'Ij. Koon. '
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Weber went to
Guide Uock Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Xato IMatt and daughter spent
Saturday in Cowles with her parents.
Mrs. A. E. White of llostwlck vas a
house guest at the Goo. Warren home
Mrs. J. A. Bradford and children left
Saturday for a visit with her parents
Mrs. R. T. Rcmley, of Bloomington,
arrived today for a visit at the h. H.
Chas. Stcffens returned home from
Grand Island, Saturday, where he had
been visiting his son.
Merle Bohrer of St. Francis, Kansas,
visited his parents, Wm. Bohrer and
wife here the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burgess of
Inavale spent Sunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Burgess.
Luther Crabill, who resides west of
this city has purchased an Interna'
tional tractor engine from James Peter
son Mrs Wm. Guy returned to her home
in Guido Rook on Monday after visit
ing at the home of her mother, Mrs. E.
Mrs. J. A. McArthur and son, Carl,
went down to Long Island, Kansas,
Wednesday to visit Mrs. S. M. Carl
for a few days.
II. It. Thompson of Cowles was in
the city Tuesday evening. He left on
Xo. 11 Wednesday morning for Louis
iana to visit relative's.
Mr. and Mis. Leslie Long of Ashley,
Michigan, arrived in the city Tuesday
evening and are guests at the homo of
his sister, Mrs L. II. lilackledge.
E. W. Copied, the dclivciman, was
going about his duties with a smile ou
Tuesday, duo to the fuel that Mrs.
Coplen was to arrive home that night,
Mrs. llaker and children returned
the last of the week from Norton,
Kansas, where they were called by the
illness of a relative. They did not go
there to reside as erroneously stated
Last Saturday, tho Franklin Boy
Scouts accompanied by Scoutmaster
Spence came down to play their re
turn game with the local Scouts here.
The game was called nt 3:30, with
Paul Kidd as Referee. The ganio was
a good one from start to finish and a
great amount of interest was taken in
the local boys who fought bard to tho
last minute. The Franklin Scouts won
the game by a score 32 to i.
First come, first served. Nd coat sold at this
price until SATURDAY. This price is for
Cash or Tiiraure's Chips Only
Insure your Farm Property with
Frank T. Hoon, Ficldman
Farm Central Mutual Fire
Plioxrs: Oiliee, .'101; Residence, lT.Mi
A sane, safe, sound and economical
plan of lire, lighti.ing and tornado
Will your policy soon expire?
Write me and let me explain. No
obligation on your part.
Get your Candies at the Variety
Everett Stioup spent Monday in Su
perior. .1. I. Ileal of Blue Rill was in tho
Jas. Peterson was in Hastings, Mon
day, on business.
Arthur Gilbert left Saturday for
Chas. Crabill returned homo ftom
Wm. Crabill wus a passenger to
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Warren spent
Monday In Hastings.
Mrs. Ward Hyatt returned from a
visit at Inavale, Friday.
Mrs. Frank Ellinger went to St. Joe,
Sunday, to visit friends.
Attorney L. II. Blackledge went to
Llnooln, Tuesday morning.
Laces and Edgings. Look them over
and get prices at the Variety Store.
Wm. Galbralth and daughter were
passengers to Grand Island, Monday.'
Mrs. H. E. Asher and children went
to Campbell, Friday, to visit relatives
Verltn Taylor went to Lincoln, Mon
day, where he will visit his sister, Miss
Dessle, and friends.
Harry Eldredge is clerking In R. P.
Weosncr's store while Voilin Taylor
is enjoying a vacation.
Paul Storey has been making some
improvements in his clothing store
which adds greatly to its appearance.
Mr and Mrs. Fritz Moedo after
visiting relatives in this city, returned
to their home at Blue Hill on Monday
Howard Hunt, who had been visit
ing his brother, Will Hunt and family,
for several days, returned to Burwcll,
Miss 1'earl Masters of Denver and
Miss Lena Masters of Lnomis spent
Sunday in the city with their brother,
Jack Masters and family.
Musdumcs C. H. Miner. A. T. Walker,
Nancy Green, Fred Whittwer, Jacob
Ellinger and Mr. .loo Topham wont to
Guide Rock Wednesday morning to
attend a Mission meeting at the W. F.
(Jiu rot t Ohinste.de Jr.,' of Guido Rock
spent Friday night in tho city with
friends. He wont to Hustings, Satur
day morning, to visit his father. Gar
rett Ohmstede Si, who is in a hospital
at that placetakingniedical treatment.
Rev. W. F. Cole of tho Baptist
church, departed Monday night for
Colorado Springs and Pueblo, Colorado,
and perhaps other western points, hop
ing tho climate will rid him of his lung
and bronchial trouble Guide Rock
Mr. and Mrs. Essig and family who
have resided cast of this city for sever
al years departed Wednesday for
Eckley, Colorado, where they will
make their home on a ranch which he
owns. The Chief along with their
many friends wish them success.
Friday ami Saturday
Feb. II and I.'
Unto Herself Alone
The fifth iliama of the U'l. l'ivs
stories, wherein is told of a woman
who knew no law save Kor own desire,
who ilew in the lace of entiveuiioii and I
now uer wings were cnppeu. I uree
The Lilac Splash
Thellfthof the Adventures of Get
Rich Quick J. Rufus Walllugford
stories. The two eonlldenee men are
seen at their best in this two reel
Regular Prices 10 and ft
Wednesday and Thursday
Feb. 1(5 and 17
A live reel special foaturing Florence
Reed supported by an all Star Cast. As
a social drama New York docs not
lack local atmosphere us some of the
scenes are taken in tho tango palace
and restaurants of the city's great
Mrs. Clara Sbcrer and daughter,
Miss Pearl, were Hastings visitors
Mrs Bert Leonard and Mrs. Chas.
Waldo of Inavale were Red Cloud visit
Mr. and Mrs. George Harris spent
Tuesday In Guide Rock with his fath
er, Mr. J. Haris.
Mrs. Ed Chancy and daughter of
Superior spent Suuday with Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Chancy.
Miss Inez. Roner of Klrwlu. Kansas.
is in the city visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. P. II. Roner.
Gus Holmgralu went to Hastings,
Saturday, to visit his daughter, Mrs.
Warren Lougtin anil family,
r Mr. aud Mrs. James Sllvey of Inavale
spent Sunday in the city with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Wouderly.
Mrs. J. A. Burden left Sunday for St.
Joe and Kansas City where she will
purchase her spring line of millinery
for nor store
Mrs. Charley Amuck of Oxford arriv
ed in the city Tuesday being called
here by tho serious illness of her moth
er, Mis. John Wilson.
Mrs. Win. itohrer nud -on. Merle, re
turned Friday from Nelson where they
had been visiting her daughter, Mi.
J. W. Ruby and family.
Mr. uiit I Mrs Kred lturdei. and child
ren who have been visiiinj hrr par
ents. Mr. and Mrs Lmiiiiii V. sig, re
turned t Ltloomiiigloii, Wo liH'Mlny
To close .int. the balance of our
Women's and Mi-Ms' full and winter
Coats we nil' ! vour ell lien Saturday,
I-Vli. 1-tli , lir V nii'li. -Mi.-ii-r IJros
The Red Cloud Ili.'li S -ii-vil H.iskil
ball t"tuil wen' In Nels ul, i'i iday, ulld
played tin Collego team at that place.
The later team woo the game by a
score of 10 to 7.
"Everv tine mother pets out Calu
met I know there's going to be good
things to eat at our house. Deliciouf,
tender, tempting doughnuts, biscuits,
cakes and pies! I've never seen a bake
day failure with Calumet. Mother
ays it's the only Baking Powder that
insures uniform results.
EacaWad Higbad Award
Nnu M M rnr-Stt S
Cheap and blRcanPakliiRPowdsrsdonot
saveyou money. Caliiniotdocs It'sPurc
and far superior to sour milk and soda.
W) Mr v
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We Have A Very Good Assort-
merit or Uvereoats otill on riancl
Not a Big Line But What Are
Left Are Good Coats and Are
Real Bargains. ? "? ?
Men's Heavy Weight Suits
Should Appeal To The Careful
Buyer At This Season of Cold
Jhe Qouiden-Kaley Qlothing Qo. I
C "ALWAYS RELIABLE" J
tience, and (hen your home
Iliva'-Cf'III III III! UlUWOIClu
WAITED W- MARSHALL
THE SANITARY GROCERY
j HENRY COOK, M. D. 1
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IRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL
SUPPLIES AND TOILET ARTICLES J L
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aarimTTCatF aaal HUHaM
It Would Be a Wafte of Time To
Tell You the Good Qualities of
These Machines. JusT: Ask Your
Neighbor That Has Used One For
20 or 25 Years.
CALL IPS AMD SEE THEM
ON THE FIRE
That's when you be
gin to realize the kind
oC Groceries we keep.
There is cooking satis-
faction in them.
Buy your Groceries
from us. Save your
money. Save your pa
will indeed be a happy one.
We Have In Stock
At AH Times The
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