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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 2. 1920
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F SO WHY NOT
come in and see
our useful and
beautiful lines of first
class silverware, casseroles
' and cut glass?
Something to have for a
lifetime and to be apprec
iated as long as you live.
We have purchased the
BEST merchandise the
market affords and you
are assured of reliable
IfV have just received some
fiinc engraved wedding rings
Buys Interest in State Bank
This week marked the consummation
J. C. MITCHELL
Columbia Grafonolas The. Jeweler Columbia Records
C. M SHERWOOD ELECTED
MEMBER STATE COMMITTEE
The second anntinl Htatc convention
of a business deal of considerable im-j0f the American Legion wns held at
jui inutu iu uiu jinnies liuuicsicu ua
sell as to the community, uheuj. W.
Auld sold an interest lu the State Hunk
of Ited Cloud to D. C. Henderson and
Mr. Auld Informs us that he will
Hasting, Thursdny, Friday and Sat
urday of last week. There were over
BOO delegates fiom the different posts
throughout the state present.
The convention was called to order
continue to hold n controlling Interest x: , ' , ,.. ' .. ' .'! . ..' .
i.. .Yi ii . i i . in Nebraska City after which thc invoca-
iu tliis financial Institution but will
liot continue iu active chnige of it.
Ills reasons, as stated, aie that his oth
er affairs demand so much ot his tin o
that he could not give the bank the at
tention that Its business warrants.
Mr. Scott is a Smith County, Kansas
am n and until recently was a State
Hank examiner. I'levious to that time
he nad been actively connected with
the Khbt National Bank of (Jaylord
and tho Farmers National Bank of
Mr. Scott comes to us from Kensing
ton, Kansas, at wnich place he has
bceu conupcted with one of the lead
ing bunks. He has rented the Rosen
erans property aud will move his fam
ily heie as soon as necessary arrange
incuts can be made.
It is indeed a pleasure to note that
Mr. Auld will continue to make Bed
Cloud his home, as men of his genial
nature and exceptional business ability
'THE GOOD OLD DAY9'-
81.00 a day hotels
Hair rats and switches
2c railroad fare
2-plece bather suits
Nickls car rides
Stove pipe hats
"What'll you have?"
Ten knights in a barroom
Ton bars iu a night
Good Coal at
AND THE PRESENT DAY-
H C. L.
Still Good Coal at
tion was given by Chaplain II. C. Cnp
fcey. Then Mayor Stincr, of Hustings,
delivered the address of welcome.
Allan A. Turkey of Omaha, Nation
al Vice Commander was present and
delivered an nddiess which was. lc
ceived with enthusiasm. After the
the different committees wctc appoint
ed the convention adjoin ncd for thc
day to attend the hall game, dances
and picture shows in the evening.
Friday morning National Comman
der D'Olier was present and given
a great ovation from the beginning
to the cloo of his address, in which
he brought forth the facts that the
American Legion is thc only organi
zation known in which all thc ele
ments in tho country arc represented:
that everyone must realize that thc ex
service men will run this country; run
it not because they arc service men
I out uccausn nicy were iii.vmliuj ,
are a valuable asset to tho community. morany ani mentally fit. Its object is
During thc many years he has been in
business hero he has, by Ills strict at.
tentlon to business, and maulfestatiou
of courtesy and kindness toward his
fellowmen, not only wou for himself a
liberal share of success and wealth, but
lias also proven himself to be a liberal
boostor and liberal contributor toward
every cause tbat would build up the
town and community.
It is needless to say that this bank
ing institution will continue to thrive
under tho new active management of
Messrs Henderson and Scott as their
broad experience In this line of busi
ness enables them to maintain the high
standard that tho State Bank has at
talned They will be welcomed to our
city by tho businoss mou and citizens
to keep alive tho spirit of service that
animated the army, navy and mar-
inefct to give to citizenship the same
A representative of thc War Risk
Insurance was present and fully ex
plained the terms of the insurance to
In the afternoon Gov. McKelvie and
Mrs. Dietrich addressed the conven
tion after which the state executive
committee and delegates were elected
to attend the National Convention at
Cleveland, Ohio, next month. C. M.
Sherwood of this city and Dr. Criss
man of Hastings were elected mem
bers of the State Executive Com
mittee from tho fifth district. It was
also decided to hold the State Con
vention at Fremont, next year.
In the evening an athletic carnival
was held at which time Joe and An
ton Stecker put on an exhibition
wrestling match, and also another was
given by two light weights. This
was followed by tho famous base ball
story of W. W. Hughes of David City
"Oh! Premise Me," accoinpuuied by
Miss Blizabeth Overman, ut the piano
Miss Overman ul&o Jrenderod several
Following the ceromony an informal
reception was hold, after which the
bridal couple departed on the early
morning train for St. Soseph, Mo., later
going to Chlcogo, where they will visit
the groom's parents, befoio going to
their home at llershaw, Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs.
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I Foe of this city served on tho consti-
, tutional and by-law amendment com
I Following this resolutions were
passed recommending compulsory
I military training. Tho convention
nl'o endorsed the bonus legislation
now befoio congress, also that more
government land he made available
for the returned soldiers. It also
favored tho boxing bill, the same to
he patterned after tho recommenda
tion of thc army and navy boxing
commission. This would permit ten
round boxing bouts under state rcg-
nlnflnn AnnMmo nt Ha PfisnllltinnS
Miss Grace Leggett ond Mr. Earl - .' , .. .iit r,-.
Thomson of Esbon, Kansas, were unit- f,avrcd e drastic legislation for
ed in marriage at Mankato, Kansas, lcMn w,th ,lraft ovadorS
Wednesday morning. Tho witnesses Election of officers was then held
to tho coremony wore Mr. and Mrs. nntl Robert Simmons, of Scottsbluff,
Floyd Lewis, tho latter being a sister was elected stato commander after
of the groom. I which tho other stato officers were
The bride is the youngest daughter elected,
of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Leggett of this I Ed McDermott on behalf of tho
city. She was' born aud reared in this . delegates presented Past Commander
city uud has a Host of friends who wish Earl Cline, with a
her unlimited happiness and prosper- watch in honor of tho
Ity iu her wedded life.
The man of her choice is one of the
prosperous young farmers of our sister
state to the south and is held iu high
esteem among his many friends, Mr
and Mrs Thomson will reside on a
farm near Esbon, Kansas.
Mrs. P. H. Boner leturncd home
Tuesday morning from Norton, Kan
sas, whcio hho spent a few days with
untiring son-ice that ho had rendered
the past year.
Collins and Harlin
The celebrated entertainers
will appear in person at an in
vitation concert in the Besse
They will be assisted by William Reed, flutist,
and by "The Phonograph with a Soul." '
The appearance of the popular entertainers
in Red Cloud is the event of the season for the
lovers of good music. , -
Call, writ for phone tis free tickets oj admit
tance. They'll be issued in order of application
No children under 1 6 years will be ad
mitted unless accompanied by parents
E. H. NEWHOUSE
One of the principal events of Red
Cloud's social ilrcles whs the marriage
of Miss Allison Cowden and Mr. Byron
White of Horshaw, Wisconsin. Tho
ceremony was performed at tho homo
of the brides parents, Mr. aud Mrs F,
W. Cowden, nt 8:30 Wednesday evening, I There was an abundance of music . -
Ruv. J.M. Hates, pastor of tho Grace fu nished by tho 20th Infantry band
Lpiseopal church otllohitlng. Miss 0f Ft. Crook nnd thc Hastings band.
Rachel Cowden, sister of the brlde.j Saturday morning thc different
was tho bride's ...aid and Mr. Calvin commHtoes mnile their icports. U.S.
inuuii, cousin ui inu groom, uest man.
Littlo Miss Josephine LeUon was the
flower gill. Mrs.il C. Gollatly sang
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Pickford at the Beso Auditorium.
Wednesday and Thursday, Wallace
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