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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 1, 1920)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. APRIL 1. 1920
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S The New Besse Auditorium
A Credit to the Community
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When She Stops to Look
When your dearest friend stops to look at baby don't forget
that her eyes also take in the carriage he is riding in.
But you don't have to worry about that now. Because
we have the famons
w "wrrv loom woven
LLU ll Baby Carriages
They are woven, as you know, on wonderful looms,
just like a fabric and almost as fine, And you can
get one of these beautitul Lloyd Carriages of the
finest, weave for the same prices you would have to
pay for the old hand woven carriages of the coarsest
red Come in and see them.
Graham Furniture Company
Over Smith's Shoe Store
SOON BE HERE
and the whole world
w'i put off its sober
raiment j or the dainty
garments of Spring.
YOU zvil zvant to be
PI-IO TO GRA PILED
in the new Easter gown,
of course, so why notsee
us for an appointment?
The eitrens of Ked Cloud and tills the conti actors. Their ability to
vicinity may well point with piide to handle large contracts, and carry
the new Iles.se Auditorium and .sale thorn out to the finest detail is clearly
pavilion, which will .stand as u mem- demonstiatcd in the construction of
orial to the progicssivc spiiit of those these two buildings. j
who made it possible for Red Cloud K. W. Stevens supplied the heating
to have one of the finest and most plants and all of the electrical fix-
to date buildings in the entire tuies, and wiring. Me is to ue corn-
state, plimentetl on his worK. unc leaiuro
These buildings represent an invest worthy of note is that local trades-
ment of $100,000. Strictly modenv-men and laborer's were employed cx
and fircpioof, in every sense of tin.' tensivcly in the work and the con
word, from basement to skyline. The tractors state that moie than ordi
building, with the exception of the nary ability was shown by the men,
opera chairs and casings is of file- their woik being entiiely satisfactory,
proof construction re-infoiced con- Doing of a modest and non-nssum-crete
and steel. The roof is of gyp- ing "disposition, and not seeking pub
sem tylo and asbostos laid in hot tar, licity, Sir. Ted llartelscn, the super
and guaranteed to last piactically for- intendent who has been in charge of
ever. the work emphatically states to us
The dimensions of the auditorium that he wishes us to refrain from
are 72x135 feet; the sale pavilion SOx mentioning his name in connection
M0 it also being of a fncproof con- with the woik, hut the building com
struction. mittee does not wish us to slight him.
'Hie-auditorium contains 840 opera The committee states that through
chairs and sufficient additional loom hw tinnB enerBy, ability and obl.g-ioi-
folding chairs that will bring the in wa'8 tho wo,k has IK eased
seating capacitv up to 1000. Con- R'othly and ediciently throughout
tractor Hassford now has a cicw of tl,e t,ntil tiine l,c ha-s ,,ePn in chal'(,
artists at work on the naintinir and .'""" N,,H,S "l l,,a,NJ lul " mnv.
Deen heard fiom the men who woiked
DID YOU SAY
"Not Just Now"
Perhaps you wore thinking of when
you can pay for a Now Edison.
Then know that Thomas A. Edison
has made ample provision gn tins'
point. His instructions to us arc:
Everyone xvho wonts n j'c:t Eiiisou
must be given c:iiv ruisoiint'ie op
portunity to have it.
To this end, wo arrange the pay
ments according to your own con-
The NEW EDISON
'-'77r Phonograph with a Sou"
This plan solves yourqtiestion, does
, it not? Come in and "tell us how
you'd like to pay for a New Edison.
B. H. NBWHOUSB
OPTOMCTRIST and 10WBLCR
on the paintnu: and
decorating. Specializing in tlieatie
woik having just recently comnlctcri
a contract for le-dccorating the Km- Some difiiculty has been experienced
pre-,s theatic in Omaha it is a foj- ' vecciving the stage scenery, etc.,
gone conclusion that tho woik will bo m't 't is exjiected that tho balance of
executed in a fust class manner. The It will reach here the last of this
woodwoik will be of walnut and the week or the first of next week,
decorating done in water colors. If plans do not miscarry the audi
Wakefield Company, with olllces in torium will be leady for tho grand
the Hrandeis IUiilding, Omaha, weie opening April 15th.
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Tho following shinned stock Sun-,
lay: J. K. Yost & Son, one car of cat
tle to St. Joe; Slax Slizcr, two cars
WELL SAY IT IS!
X TEVER before in the history of our organiz-
ation have wek received such a large volume
of business as we have in the past week. It was
almost impossible fqr us to give each customer
the attention they have been given in the past.
Every department was "crowded to the limit."
Saturday The Grocery
fairly teemed with activity. Standing room was
at a premium. Some were compelled to wait,
However no complaints were heard. Everyone
seemed to equally share in the carnival of buying.
The Cream Department also experienced
a similar rush, and kept the testers on the jump.
EGGS We actually think the hens have been
working overtime for a week. We purchased
2580 Dozen in 15 Hours, on Saturday.
The argument that "The Farmers Union will
not succeed" don't seem to make an impression
on the farmer who docs his own thinking.
WE THANK YOU
and we shall endeavor to merit your patronage,
J. F. Edwards, Mgr. Red Cloud, Neb.
"NOT IN THE COMBINE"
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Married i . Gerber
of every description and at prices
that are in keeping" with quality
The Malone-Gellatly Co
The Red Cloud Post No. U28 of tho
a i r .,: n ..A... .i. t np min fn L'nnonu Pi Wm. f!rnliill The Chief iilllco iMMMvoda curd mi.
n n v ii..!i nnvj- Wo,ine,i,v. v,. & Son, two cars of hogs to Kansas nounuing tho umiiIiiku of Miss IJIsu Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
'V. ' r" nitw .1. V.. Yost & Son. ono car of Uaiuuni Ulutiluli ol Wodge, .Neoiaslcu, i
ing at & bolls, lor tho purpoFO or ; , am, Q K Jlttmey; ,,,,,1 Cyril Hofeier uhleh oec.uml lust
n1f.r.till.r nfttfOl-a mill tvrmennf Inr nfll. , . r, , I WcdllCSdllV lit Mill lieiipolih, M i lltlOSOt II,
" n "" ww"" no car 01 nogs 10 si. joe. n,,, i,,,,,,. ... i.,.,- ,, ,.., .i,,,!
or business of importance. All the - --- ' popular pharniHolht In the Conk ding1,
ox-soldiers and sailors of tho late war
who desire to join tho local post aio
invilod to attend thotneeting.
A. 11. McARTlIUR, Commander
P. S. SHKRWOOD, Adjutant .ballot .
Ono District Judgo htoro, in tlilH city, and wlillo heio
for this district ought to bo iniide many fi lends and wiih very popu-
lewis If niacklode-e Lnwvcr. of J,,r ,n t,je Tt? pfopl-s uitulo. They
i o. i " , . B ' ,Cl' will be nt home uftor May 1st at Nor-
Red C.oud, Webster county. rolk- v0)rnskn. Tho Chief nloujr with
Look for his name on non-partisan tjie young eoupleti ninny friends wish
them much joy and happiness.
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