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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1919)
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DR. ffiA LANDRITH
Clergyman : Journu'lst Cifitr
Subject: "America Redeemed lo b L ader of Uie World"
At Methodist Church, Flay 6th
Eight o'clock p. m. Free Admission
A s with classic
judgment of time
has set its approv
al on the perfec
tion of fabric and
design in Bclding's
A beautiful, highly lustrous silk of indi
vidual weave is t'NANCETTE"--A new
JBelding creation to meet the style demands
of Spring. x
Open Day and Night
AT OUR 6AFE
Powell & Pope
Help Your Digestion
When acid-distressed, relievo the
Dissolve coolly on tongue ao
plcaeimt to talio as candy. Keep
your stomach twect, try lU-tnolds
madk ey ccorr & gownc
MAKtna CF LCOTTO EMULSION
I HE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Nobrnokcv
'UUIjltSUKD r.VERV TIlUItSDAY
.iHf.red In tlio I oMtilllu nt Kid ( loud, Neb
iiR Hccontl C'lnss Matter
A. 13 Mi'AllTUUK, IMitor niicl Owner
I tin. UNI.Y DKMOCKAT10 I'AI'KK IN
The Spirit Of Co-operation
If, after May 1st, observers note
that the citizens of Hod Cloud have
taken lime and pains to CLKAN-UP
their yards and alleys, the Chamber
of Coinmeicc and P. K. 0. ladies will
feel that their requests have been
planted and that a Fpirit of pride
and co-operation really piovails in
Methodist Church Notes
We aio Kind lo Mule that Kev K N
IVinipliliis of Timlt eliutrli, Lincoln
will be ultimas for mi nil dny meeting
wii May 11. Wu intend to make this u
liljf day for Tompkins mill the Metho
list i:niHcoiml ehiiieh of Ued Cloud.
Tlio pastor win pIcHied to meet
frb'iidw of fonui-r iIhjh in Itud Cloud
this week. iMr. Elmer Selmlter, a
liiueliiiK man out of Lincoln, and
1'iof lloltzen's wife, who whs h memb
er of bis chin ell in Uelvhleie, Nebr.
The Suiidnj School meet at the te
ul'tr hour, prenchinj,' set vices both
momiiiK iir.d uvenliiK- Tlic Ilpwoith
Nt(i;iit) nit'etiiifjpi onuses to ben meet
iiK of intei iM.
(In iif t WcdiKsd.iv evening the
pusior iislis nil who lisne old bibbs in
chi'lr homes tn bilti Ihein with lln-in
oprnji'i meeting Uiliitf vour moth
i 01 f.itlH-i's idble J'lns nieitinjr
lll b" inleit stitif,' and inspiiii K
I'lnn to attend
Farm Bureau Notes
Membeih of the .State Hank Calf
Club came in 'Ihursday lo draw their
calves. In pitc of the rain every one
of tlie thiity three members and their
fatnets weio on hand and sat down
to a fine' dinner prepared by the
Powell & Pope Cafe, tendered them
by the Kcd Cloud Chamber of Com
merce. After dinner, Toahtnmstcr
Judge Kanney, Henry Kccney, Fiank
Bean, Chas. Stewaid, Win. Auld and
Henry Fausch talked on the sub
jpcts assigned them. After the pro
giam the members diew by lot their
calves and after drawing each mem
ber was anxious to .see the calf they
had diew. The Shorthorn calves were
grouped in three lots of nine calves
each, and wore drawn as follows:
Curtis Stewaid . . . .10
Ida Kconey . . . . 8
Simon Johnson . (5
llaiold Whitakcr ... )
Marjoric Stunkaul . . .1-1
Leith Stunkaul 7
Oscar Harney . 12
llaiold Doyle .. . 11
Amelia Stewaid . . . 13
Francis Doyle . ..
Julia Enycarl .. .. . ..
Debate Aroused Interest
The debute between F. A. Good of
Juwles and .!.. Gilhitm of this citr, at
the coin t room on Filday night was
ittended by many people who gave
Jteir undivided nttention to the dis
cission of the question, "Tlie League
of Nations". The continued rains of
the past week hud put the to.iils in
ouch condition that many who had
(dnmioil on beat lug these two gentle
men discuss this imi'oilttut question
wcte uuablu to be piesent. Hoth
qienUeis brought foi th strong points
lu their arguments for and nuniust the
Lugu"; thu judges rendering no dceis
ion in favor of t'ither side. At any
r.itu thu iiudlencd lcceived much valu
able information on the question and
everybody seemed to enjoy the pio-gram.
Laid toRest Friday
Mnble H. Pegg, daughter of Mrs. I .
V Pegg was limn in Ued Cloud, Match
U, 1HS2. sho was untti'd in muinnm)
to L 1J. 'I homns. December ti'J, 100".
To tins union eiu,boin tluee ehildron.
one daughter, Marguerite, aged twelve,
two sons, lletdou, aged eleven and
Itlaine, nged two. They made their
home at Geneva until about one jc.ir
Hgof"wlicii they moved to husbton.
continuing lo teside theie until hliu
answfied her Mnkei'scall on Tuesday,
bho is fiurvlved by her husband,
cliildien'motbei, two sisters, Mrs
Chi is Jensen of this city and Mrs
Arthur Mm tin of Kiverton, five broth
ers Hen, Ed and Will of this city, John
of Oklahoma ity Jnud Llod of .Nin
l'uuet.il soi vices wete conduetul
frjui thu Methodist chuich, in this
city, last Frldny afteinoon, Hev. J. I)
lliiuimel ill chaige.
Claik Ciow .
Floyd Day . ..
Logan Ohm.stcde ..
Howaul Frisbic . .
Floyd Enyeait . . . ..
Alfred Fringcr ...
Calvin Saladen . .,
Vaughn Lewis ..
Hamilton - Cathr
Will Ryan was u guest of Jim (Joul
Joliu Davis is visiting hit uncle,
Jim Gouldio made a business trip to
Red Cloud Tuesday.
Mis E. K. Davis watt a guest at the
13on Mnpes home Monduy.
Mrs, Jim Gouldie who has been ill
is reported much bettor at this time.
Thorpe Davis Is home, having re
ceived his dihchargo from the army.
Miss Sndic Gouldie has returned
from teaching school at liig Splines,
Owing to the rain many schollars of
the Oriole school were not piescut for
the legulnr examinations..
Gcuciat Pei shing has notified the
war detainment that pieper.itlous uie
being made for tlio loliiin of tint hlkh
division, composed of Kansas, Mls'oinl,
South Dakota, Nebiasku, Coloiado,
Now Mexico and Ativotu men. This
does not mean that they will bo assign
ed to iitimediatccouvny but that assign,
uieut will bo made within a few woelty.
Cecil and Lawrence Means ....
Chas. Rcigle .
Henry Peterson .. . . ..
Mr. Win. Auld of Red Cloud State
Rank financed the Calf Club, putting
up $5130. He took the members'
notes at 7 per cent interest and is
giving 2 per cent back in cash pie
niium money, leaving him only 5 pel
cent on his investment.
The Shot thorn Breeders' Associa
tion is putting up $50 for pi milium
money and the Hereford Breeders'
Association is putting up $25 for
KEEP CALVES SIX MONTHS
The members will keep their calves
0 months or until the Fanners' Insti
tute. It is hoped we will have oui
community building by that time,
where wo can hold our institute ami
The folowing prizes are offeied on
each group of Shoi thorns:
1st . . $10
2nd ,... . .. 8
3 id . ..... .,..,... . ..... G
lth . .4
Total , . $00
Total . . $35
County Surveyor Geo. H. II. Over
ing offers a $1.00 prize to the calf in
each group weighing the most on the
basis of a ton mile. For fuither in
formation call at his oflice.
County Agent Fausch will give a
$5 prize to the member who has the
best wiitten story of how they fed
and caied for their calf, stating the
kind "f feed and tlu quantity given.
All the cash prizes make a total of
Also handsome libbons will be
given in each group and a sweep
stake ribbon for the champion calf.
The prizes arc worth the effort of
every member to try for, and the
better care and feed given, the better
prico they will realize from tlie
calves at the sale.
HENRY R. FAUSCH,
County Agricultural Agent
Kvorythlng a Mam
or Boy Woara
Kmd Cloud Nebraska
A filend of Rev. Tyner at Hastings
iufoims UN that he hits offered to come
to Red Cloud and dcllvor a lecture on
the war and conditions existing in the
war .one, the. only remuneration asked
is payment of his traveling expenses,
Row Tyner spent nlno months in the
trenches, or in all a ear in Fiance,
engaged in various kinds of war work.,
Ho was with Verilon Taylor t$e day
befoio he was wounded and speaks
highly of Vernon hnd'hls companions
Congregational Church Note.
Owing to the death of n sister,, of
Mr. King, living at Muscatine, Iowa,
he was unable to keep his appoint
ment here last Sunday.
We aic glad to announce that,
after several weeks absence, Rev.
Mary 11. Mitchell, of Ftanklin, will
bo with us again for the morning
servico on next Sunday.
Sunday School at 10 o'clock, morn
ing service nt 11, old time.
Tho Woman's Society of the church
will meet Friday afternoon, May 2nd,
with Mrs. R. E. McBride, all mem
bers are requested to come as early
as possible as theic is work to bo
Mrs. Moranvillo leturncd to her
homo nt '"Guide Rock, Monday, after
spending a few days with iclntivcb
c a UBWamwBcwm MnwtJuu:JiJJi
iSfe syJlK $LM 'Jill
is Superior to
TITF: FfRR-ROY wilMn ll,o nir.linv is mnlf tint in
pieces, riveted or cemented together by the usual methods
but of steel plates welded together by special welding
machinery, into one piece of continuous metal, making
leakage absolutely and permanetly impossible. Thii steel
is three-sixteenths inch thick, being much heavier than
the ordinary furnace steel.
THE FUEL SPACE occupies the middle of the fire-box
above the ash-box. It is long and narrow, and is inclosed
by heavy lire brick linings. The fire door opening is 17
inches wide and and 11 inencs wide
in the clear. It is located so as to
give the best possible access to the
fuel and grates. In the top, rear and
D bottom of the steel fire-box are the
ACHI frn lire and smoke space, also directly
vviHil accessable from the front: giving
this furnace valuable superiority
over ordinary furnaces with deep
round fuel pots, and circular or hidden flue spaces.
THE "FAR QUAR" is designed upon the principle of
slow combustion. High temperature in the fuel bed is
avoided. The result is that the gas is evolved slowly and
the fuel substance retained, preventing waste.
FREEDOM FROM CLINKERS is an incidental advan
tage of this slow-coking fire. They are not found in the
FarQuar Self-Regulating Furnace when properly fired.
Plumbing Heating Everything Electrical
US Your VKJlj Arl
YOU WILL RECEIVE HONEST TESTS AND
HIGHEST MARKET PRICES FOR IT
You will also receive your share of the net profits after
your cream has been marketed if you are a member of
the Union. Does any other buyer or creamery offer you
a share of their profits. Don't rob your self. SELL IT
to us a concern owned and operated by brother farmers.
A membership also gives you pro-rate returns on every
dollar's worth of merchandise you purchase from the
Union at prices that are 10 to 40 per cent lower than
quoted elsewhere. These savings will astonish you.
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR who is a member.
A car load of merchandise just received includes a very
choice grade of canned goods that we are offering at a
price that will startle you when compared with what
you have been paying elsewhere. Get our prices on
Cherries, Peaches, Apples and Apricots
In Gallon Cans
PER GALLON BEST QUALITY
Farmers' Union Co-operative Ass'n.
fcoontz Bldg. (INCORPORATED.) Red Cloud
Mr. and Mrs.
$ Phone, Ind. Shore 158 Res, 93 RED CLOUD, NEB g
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Services conducted according to the old time
Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Preaching 11:00 a. m.
Subject: "Law of Human Example".
Evening Subject: "Law of Sin and Death"
J. L. BEEBE, Pastor.
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