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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1920)
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A marvelous Picture. Weekly News. Comedy
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
"The Lone Wolfs Daughter"
And Big Christy Comedy
SUNDAY AND MONDAY
The Immense De Luxe Picture, in 8 Parts,
'The Idol Dancer9
And More Comedy
AS TOLD TO US
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Buy Bread at Powell and Popes.
jlev. Cope spent Tuesday in Hast
ings. John Arnell spent Saturday in
Ellery Hooper spent Saturday in
H. C. Gcllatly spent Tuesday in
Mrs. Chas. Turner spent Monday in
Father Fitzgerald spent Monday in
Attend the foot hall game Friday
James Peterson spent Monday in
Mrs. Lydia Hoffman spent Monday
Eat, and drink at Powell & Pope's
Cafe. ' tf
Roy Cramer resumed his duties as
brakeman on No.' 4 and lij Monday,
after enjoying a two weeks vacation.
Emanuel Fitz of DetroiMichigan
arrived in the city Monday to attend
the funeral of his daughter, Mrs. Roy
Miss Thclma Stewart returned to
her homo in Wymore Sunday after
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Leo McArthur left Friday morning
for Larmle, fyomjg, where he has
accepted a position with a electric
Mrs. Andrew Saladen returned
home Tuesday morning from Denver
vrher she shad .been ylsiting her sister,'
Mrs. Roy Sanderson. (
Mrs. Wm. Zackery and her m'other-
SRfJftWW && home
Friday from Akron where they spent
' Red aoudNMMVf j
The County Board met ai per ad
journment at 10 o'clock p. m. with all
On motion mado and carried the
County Treasurer was instructed to
strike the Poll Tax also $100 assessed
valuation from thoMOlO Personal as
sessment of Dwight Kaminsky. This
party was not 21 years of age at
time of assessment and gave in $600
in notes which were notes given by
him instead of notes held by him.
A petition signed by 43 legal voters
of Potsdam was presented to tho
Board requesting that Potsdam pre
cinct bo divided into road districts.
Said division to be made by a line
through tho center cast und west
haiftSprfeclnct W W'tinoini at
Road District No. 8, anu south half
as Road District No. 8 ',4. Motion
made that tho petition be granted as
requested. Motion carried.
Motion made by Kniggo und sec
onded by Waldo that thn County
Treasurer bo instructed to striko off
the interest on back taxes on lots 1
to 7 and 18 to 24. Blk. 21) and lots
11 to 14, Blk. 30, Red Cloud City
owned by Mrs. Mabel KoonU.
A petition signed by John S. Jen
nings, a blind man and several resi
dents of Glcnwood precinct was pre
sented, asking that the Board allow
Mr. Jennings a pension as provided
by the laws of Nebraska for blind
people who are physically unable to
perform manual labor and who are
dependent on relatives for support.
Motion mado and carried that the
above party be granted a pension of
$15 per month.
The following claims were audited
and allowed and 'County Clerk in
structed to draw Warrants on .the
proper funds in payment of same: a
R. H. Allen ? 27 60
Frank Starr 77 11
Armistice Day Celebration
ALL EX9ERVICE HEN
Their parents, brethers, sisters. Metes,
aaits. csaslns. Arandparents and all of
the kids and their f rleids.
Mayor A mack convened Council to
gether in regular session on Wednes
day evening with nil members pres
ent and after tho minutes of the Oc
tober meetings were read nnd ap
proved tho report of City Treasurer
S. R. Florence won presented and or
dered placed on file.
The City Engineer was instructed to
procure nn estimate on costs of pro
tection for culvert on south Seward
street and present to Council Novem
ber 5, 1020, ,at 10, o'clock- n..;m. -at
which, time Council wtJuld consider
The following claims were allowed:
B. It. Frazicr
W. A. Patten
S. R. Floranco
O. C. Tccl
Henry R. Fausch
May L. Huffer
O. J. Kailey
Red Cloud Chief
Smith & McKimmey
in Rliin "Hill.
. , ,,r .: ,'&. wear with, relatives. . V '
W. li. YYeesner wuo ju icium'wm -
.... I Aft nmrl XT..0 Tt " DJUam
Inst of the wceK. w rn. "" ."' V " """" -
C. D. Robinson went to Lincoln rnea &unaay evening from Smith
Wednesday morning. " "I Center, Kansas whero they spent a
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oatman spent few days with relatives. u
Tuesday in Hastings. B- WiIson of Norton, Kansas arriv-
W. L. Hines spent Sunday with his cd in the city Tuesday' and went to
parents at Wymore. I work immediately on tho' rip tracks
Will Jcrnbcrg spent Sunday with in the Burlington yards,
relatives at Suncrior. I Mrs- C. E. Frost and son returned
Mrs. Rudolph Strcit and daughter, to their homo at Oxford Sunday after
Ella, spent Thursday in Hastings. spending a few days with her parents,
Carl Romiue went to Omaha Sun-, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McKimmey.
day morning to spend a few days. Fred Copley of Inavale has filed an
Miss Nellie Emerton returned home application with the clerk of the Dis-
Thursday evening from Guide Rock.jtrict Court asking for passport pa
Ernest Mornnville is, home from pcrs so that he may visit England.
Hemingfoid whore he had been woik-l Miss Lillian Arnell returned to her
jng home at Oilcans Friday morning af-
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ludlow went.ter spending a few days with her
to Lincoln Monday to spend a few brother, John Arnell, and family.
F. W. Cowden left Tuesday for the
eastern market where he will pur
chase some of the latest creations in
Annie B. Spanogle
School Dist. No. 23
Albert Alber -
S. Van Boening, Jr.
N. V. Law
W E. Toap
John Boom 1
C. T. Dickenson
C. R. Lewis
Geo. H. Ovoring
O. C. Tccl
Lydia Hoffman .,
Gricc & Grimes
Golden Rod Garage
Watts Construction Co.
Watts Construction Co.
Grant Fulton & Lclton
Huffman Gen. Sup. Co.
Midwest Elec. Co.
Geo. Coon -
Pittsburgh Meter Co.
Squire Elec. Co.
-! i. .,., '... . it.v. vuuy muvies ncre
uruB auu. jnguunu uo... vutvm Although the Idol Dancer cost 8180-
F. U. Elevator, Lawrence
iE. ,A. Himcs
The Red Cloud football team wants
jou to see them play Friday after
noon. Harry Cramer went to Omaha
Wednesday morning to attend to some
Delancv Bros., and A. B. Crabill
men's furnishings for the Cowden
Kaley Clothing Co.
Clifford Douglas and wifo returned
to Red Cloud Thursday to resume
work in the Hatfield restaurant after
each shipped a car of hogs to Kansas t spending the past three months with
Mr. Phillips of Goodland, Kansas,
was in tho city Thursday attending
the calf club sale.
J. W. Auld returned h6me Tuesday
after enjoying a few weeks outing on
the Pacific coast.
Mrs. John Arnell returned homo
Tuesday morning after spending a
few days at Orleans.
Miss lone Albright went to Omaha
Wpilnflsdnv morning to ,'visit her
brother, Sherwood Albright.
Joe McClelland left Monday evening
for Los Angeles, California, where ho
intends to spend tho winter.
C J. Piatt attended the Lincoln vs
Superior high school foot ball game
at Superior Saturday afternoon.
Red Cloud vs McCook High School
team at the Hedge field Friday after
noon. Go out and see the game.
J. M. Hewitt and his granddaugh
ters, Golda Parker and Anna Hotch
kiss spent Thursday in Superior.
Mrs. Clara Sherer spent Saturday
with her daughter, Miss Blanche, who
is attending college at Hastings.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Davis of Axtcll
spent the last of tho week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. McDowell.
Tha-HM-fCAT HOME EXPECT TOO
III rUMlS-To TELL 'EM ALL ABOUT
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(ailairi. Irllllul IchIi liilmnill
UWr IIMEitMTIHE BVEIY WHKUY i
Everybody Ootti Aak Anybody. .
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relatives in Missouri
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Finley returned
lo their home at Stanwood, Iowa, Sat
urday after spending' a few days with
her sister, Mrs. Eva, Tcnnant, who
accompanied them homo for a visit.
Mrs. J. L. Christian and son, Floyd,
and daughters, Misses Hattie, Minnie
and Mary returned homo Monday
evening from Tarkio, Missouri, whore
they took tho remains of their hus
band and father for burial.
' Hallowe'en was observed in the city
Saturday night Several extra police
were on duty but one of them, Ed
Brinkman, was tied up by a gang and
Marshal Phillips released him, while
it is reported that another one was
run' home. vSoveral 'o'f tho boys spent
a few hours in jail and not much dam
age, was done. ,
W. H. Thompson
Neb. & Iowa Culvert Co.
POOR FARM FUND
Mrs. Mary Emerton 28, 00
W. E. .Sirrs 52 41
E. J. Emerton , 10 8tj
Farmers' Union R. C. , 83 35
II. Ludlow .:..;. 5 00
Dr. Kchlcr 34 50
Harold Smith 1 24 60
Lloyd Reigle 12 50
Board adjourned to Nov. 30, 1920.
B. F. PERRY, County Clerk.
000 and the Lone Wolfs Daughter cost
120,000. the Bease Auditorium will
display them at the usual prices of l0c
J.Sunday School at 10 A. M.
ConfeBsional Service at 10:30.
Regular, Service at 11 o'clock.
Rev. O. Hclnitz, Pastor.
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i If vou want a farm loan call and
see me for I am ready to make loans
with absolutely no delny.
J. H. BAILEY.
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Greater than the Phonograph
Different In construction
Superior in tone
Actual in reproduction
'T'HE ACTUELLE-a Pathe Freres in-
vtntlon marks the first roily radical
advance in the science oi sound repraduction
since sound recording was invented.
The result achieved is a natural purity of
tone which would have been beyond beliti
less than twelve months agn.
Now comes the real revolutionary ad-
0 "Tvatu-ina again It is the" PWhe organlzat-
ioh'that ha't won out with Hie Actuelle.
Exit Sound Box, Tone Arm, Horn
Tho problem of the phonograph maker is to take out of
the way of the tone obiticals which affect the reproduction
in a lesser way. The tone box, tho tono arm. the tone
chamber and horn are in.tho way. The ACTUELLE dis
cards all the obstacles, f A taunt wire carries tho tone di
rect from the record to a parchamont cone which amplifies
and reproduces the tono in its natural, vivid vigor, with a
full fidelity that no phonograph could ever equal.
Come in and hear this wonderful instrument play your
favorito records. We viU be pleased to 'have you call.
GRICE& GRIMES E
AND PATHE RECORDS
Dr. R.V. Nicholson
v Olllco Over Albright's Store
The Father oi Success Is WORK
The Mother of Success is AMBITION
The Oldest Son is COMMON SENSE
Some of the Boys are PERSEVERANCE, HONESTY,
FORESIGHT, THOROUGHNESS, ENTHUSIASM and
The Oldest Daughter Is CHARACTER
Some of the Sisters are CHEERFULLNESS, COURTESY,
LOYALTY', CARE, ECONOMY, SINCERITY and
The Baby U OPPORTUNITY
Get acquainted with the 'old man' and you will be able
( to get along pretty well with the rest of the family
One of the Greatest Aids to Success is a Good Bank Connection
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Flounce, President Red Cloud, Nab. S. R. FloVance, Cathie
Depotiti Guaranteed by the Dtpotltore Guarantee Fund of the, Stat ofwbratka
New Sleeve Linings, New Velvet Collars
And you Wear it all Winter.
FRANK R. HUGHES,
CLEANING DYEING REPAIRING
Phones Red 88 1U3 M lied Cloud, Nebraska
We Call and Deliver Wo Pay Return Charges on Out of-Town Work
To all former Uorao Guards of Red
Th'rewl'l be a meeting at Piatt &
Frees Lumber Company offldo, Taos
day, Not. 0, 1020. at R p. m , to reonn
alder a former motion ot the Hrtqe
Guard Company as to the disposal of
about 8600 Injnoney belonging to tho
Home Guard. Company All ex-mem-bersat
time tho (ItiHnls were mustered
oat, should attend.
Facts .About Movies
Did yon kjow that in filming certalto
sceiif a for.'tbo, Idol Dancer, D. W. Orlf.
f,b Hndhuathif wen lnstot sea for
flrV days nnd n'ghts?
Two Called by Death
Hrs. Ada Rust
Last Friday evening Mrs. Ida Rust,
wife of Roy Ktist, passed away at her
home In the first ward, after an illness
of a few days duration.
Mrs. Rust was taken ill with an at
attack of appendicitis the first of last
week and her condition was not con
sidered serious nntll a few boors be
fore her death, when it was found
necessary to operate upon bor, but she
was unable to euivlve tbb.
)1Adri Edith', Tltz was born in Astoria,
Illinois, August 20, 1800, and was SO
years, two months and three days old
at. the time of her demise. She came
to this city with her parents neveral
years ago and has resided here ever
since. Sbe was united in marriage to
Roy Rust and this 'anion was blessed
with one son, Dallas.
The husband and son, her father,
Emanuel Fitz. of Detroit. Mlob.. her
mother, Vrs. Emanuel Fitz,'. aid ore
sister, Miss Bealah, of Astoria, 111.,
and a largo oirole of friends are left to
mourn her demise.
Tho funeral servloes were held last
Tuesday afternoon at the Brethren
church. Rev. Bruce Esbelman oonduot.
ing the services, after which IntermeLt
was made in tne city cemetery.
Saturday evening Frank Barta. aired
85 years, who bad been malting his
home with James Mcintosh, passed
away and his death was attributed to
Mr. Barta was born in Bohemia,
March 15. 1835, and he, together with
his wife and family, camo to this
country some forty years ago aud 60t
tied on a homestead north of town.
An aged wife, one son, Joe, one
daughter, Mrs. Frank Molntosb, are
leu 10 mourn ms aeatn. Une daagn.
tor, Mrs. James Mcintosh, proceeded
him a few months' ago.
The funeral servloes' were held at
the home of Jas, Molntosb, Monday
afternoon, Rev. Cope being in obargo,
after wbiohlnternient was made In
the Olty cemetery.'
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pUl ssMtlnt Friday vdjflt Sin
the I. O. O. F. hall.
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choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the
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ever drew into your mouth!
Andy the way to prove that
statement ia to compare Camels
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Camels have a mild mellowness that
is as new' to you as it is delightful
Yet, that desirable "body" is all there!
They are always reireshing-r-the
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Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty
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