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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1920)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. NOVEMBER 20. 1920
0 MATTER what you want to buy nor what you
want repaired, if it is in the jewelry line 'twill
pay you to come here.
In the purchase of jewelry or its repair,
the reliability of your dealer is of prime
This is why your interests are best
served by coming to us.
For Christmas Gifts
We are making a Special Offer
for November. Take advantage
of it and at the same time be re
lieved of a dozen Xmas worries
Don't Forget the Location
The Gleason Studio
X If a Car is Worth Driving
it is Worth Building
A Garage . . . .
See us for Up-to-date
The Malone-Gellatly Co. .
Mr. and Mrs.
Phone, Store Ind. 158, Res, 93 RED CLOUD, NEB
Red Cloud Scalped Superior Three Musicals Booked
for the Besse Auditorium
Lust Friday itfturtiuon, ill, tlio Lin
coln PnrW, lit Superior, oueured the
1 1 I Cloud vs Superior foot hull tfiuiio
aixl uflor tho smoke of the hnttle clear-,
oil uwuy it .vus found Unit the Super-'
it 1 1 lull Sclmil foot bull team hid
been ilefoiited by u scoro of "0 to lit.
Thuta wus u lurjje orowd from tl c
two towns In iittcndiinee ,
In tliu tlr.st qunrter Superior tniide 11
touchdown hut fulled to Ulelc gon'.
ltod Cloud iniide u touch down and
Itlolcdd gold, suuru 0 and 7.
In the second qunrter Superior miidc
another touch down hut fulled to kick
goal In the lust p.irt of the second
qunrter Capt. Wlor of the .Superior j
team hud the misfortune to huvu two
ribs brokon and wns taken out of the
In the last hulf nf the giuno the Ked
Cloud team came back stronger Ihiin
ever, as in the third quarter (tcno Hush
Intercepted Superior's forward pass
and run for l.r yards aud made a touch
down. Rod Cloud also made another
touch down iu this quarter and in the
When the second half of .he gnmo
started the Superior fans, who wcro
standing on the side lines, looked sad
and beforo the game had finished they
were howling that the lied Cloud toum
was playing dirty hall but our boys all
played a good cloiin game. The Super
ior people took their defeat hard aud
it was a great pleasure for our boys to
defeat them on their own Held.
Scout Organization Meets
""'Several of the men of the city who
take an interest in the Boy Scouts held
a meeting Monday evening to work out
deflnate plans for the advancement of
this organization in the city, and after
discussing matters brought up beforo
the meeting they elected the following
oflleors and committees:
P. J. Munduy, Scout Commissioner;
F. W. Coivdon, President; W.U. Hamil
ton, Vice President; O Y. Hutchison,
Secretary; W. S. Bcezley, Treasurer.
Scout Masters, E. M. Ege, Marion
Bloom, C. M. Sherwood.
Committee on Quarters, Ed Amack,
W. G. Hamilton, R. P. Woesner.
Committeo on By Laws, Prof. Holt
zen, N. B. Bush, Q. W. Hutchison.
Those present were also informed
that National Scout Master Piper could
also be scheduled for a visit here hi the
near future and this matter with oth
ers of Importance will be discussed at
a meeting which will be hold in tho
Commercial Club rooms on next Tues
day evening. An Invitation is extend
ed to all who are Interested In tho Hoy
Scouts to attend this meoting ami be
como bettor acquainted witli tho plans
aud intentions of tho local unit of the
largest junior organization in the
country. Dont forget tho day but
Hod ('loud is to have three musk'un
treats this winter The Auditoiium
Hoard litis higned ii emit met fur these
ontettii.neih who hiu'tt iuternutiuual
lied t'oiiil I.h imlfHil fortunate iu si
curing fiese iniiHii'luns iiud only be
cause el the line Auditorium is the
Board utile to su-mo them, as the,- are
only mulling three stops in Nebiiiska
and In no other town of this size ,
Manj people have been anxious to
have a coiiil teum eotnu to lie i Ciniul
oud In i'ueo Kur'c. Ameiiuu'.i great
tenor,, who is to appear December 111,
a rare treat Is promised. Theo Knrle
isauatiirul fuVorlte of thucoucertstago
On limitary 10 isudoro Berger,' a
violinist of unustuil ability will appear.
M-irch 'J a concert will bo given by
Miss Myriiu Shallow, prima donua
soprano of Chicago Opera Association,
MissSharlow snug at the Assembly
in Lincoln tins summer aud wonder
fully pleased her audience. Her
pleasing pcrsotmlitv u n d beautiful
voice have brought her success iu her
Tho last number alone is worth tho
price of the season ticket which will be
Does Your Watch
Or Glasses. Need Fixing ?
W. B Campbell Laid to Rest
Wiley Brooks Campboll was born
Octobor 21, 1858 in preen County,
Tennessee, and died at Red Cloud, Ne
braska, Novomber 21, 1020, aged 02
years, 30 days.
ne was married September 10, 1880
to Ella Cathorino Tcdlock, who pro
ceeded him sixteen years ago.
Death was caused by dropsy of tho
kidneys from which he suffered almost
two years. j
Ho was a kind and loving father and
fought tho battles of lire faithfully.
He leaves to mourn his departure six
daughters, one son, six sisters, Mrs.
White of Tennessee, Mrs. Dodd and
Mrs. Justice of Esbon, Kansas, Mrs.
Tucker of Oarsvillo, California, Mrs.
Crawford of Manard, Texas and Mrs.
Weoms of Salem, Kansas; three broth
ersWilliam of Esbon and Jim of Lin
coln, Kansas, Tllraan of Idaho, and
one stepbrother V. L. Weesner of this
Tho funeral services woro held Tues
day at tho homo of Mrs. Weems at
Salem, Kansas after whfch intermout
was inaile in the Salem cemetery.
G. It. McCrary was down from Ina
valo Tuesday afternoon.
FAKM BUREAU ANNUAL
Saturday, December 4, 1920, nt
1:30 P. M.
Court Room Court House.
President's Remark John M. Ry-
an- . "
Secelnry's Report Fred House
holder. County Agent's Report Henry R.
Adrcss by County Agent Leader,
R. E. Hollund, Lincoln, Nebraska.
Address by Secretary Nebraska
Farm Bureau, II. D. Lute, Lincoln.
Mr. Holland will talk on the ac
complishments of the Farm Bureau
Mr. Lute will explain the member
ship campaign, which is being start
ed in Nebraska to enroll the farm
ers in the County, State, und Nat
ional Farm Bureau Federation.
Every farmer is invited and urged
to attend this meeting. Remember
the date Saturday, December 4th,
at 1:30 P. M.
THE FARM BUREAU
The Farm Bureau is an organzn-
tion of and for the farmers. Hereto
fore, there has boon numerous local
bureaus throughout the country. To
day when n farmer joins the County
Farm Bureau, he at onco affiliates
himself with the State and National
In unity there is strength. This
probably accounts for the rcmarkublc
growth of the State and Nationnl or
ganization in the pnst few months.
Tho Stato and National Farm Bu
reaus aim to icplace no cxisiting or
ganization. Tho'r plan is rather to
weave together, the interests of farm
ers' organizations. Thus local farm
ers' organizations ally themselves
with the national movement, while in
no way losing their local "say so"
Farm Bureau work promotes tho
business side of farming. It is not a
trust. It is an association for mutual
helpfulness in tho conduct of business.
HENRY R. FAUSCH,
County Agricultural Agent.
Rev. J. M. Bates recently under
went an operation at tho Clarkson
hospital in Omaha and his many
friends arc pleased to learn that ho
is doing nicely.
Services at tho Congregational
church every Sabbath morning at 11
o'clock. Treadling by Rev. Mary II.
Mitchell. Sunday school at 10 o'clock.
You arc invited.
Curtis Friday and Mr. Swanson of
Holdrego flew to this city Monday
and took dinner with Mr. and Mrs.
N. B. Bush. They left in tho after
noon for Oklahoma'.
IV c tuant to do vour
REPAIR V G
WE WILL DO IT RIGHT AND AT A REASONABLE PRICE.
WHETHER IT IS A WATCH, CLOCK, JEWELRY OR EYE
GLASSES, WE HAVE THE MATERIALS ,'AND WE KNOW
HOW TO FIX IT SO IT WILL STAY FIXED.
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF OPTICAL GOODS, JEWELRY
AND SILVERWARE AND WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW
YOU WHAT YOU WANT.
WE TEST YOUR EYES AND FIT
YOU WITH CORRECT GLASSES
We Make 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
a ctouj Jeweler and Optometrist Ncbnk'
Greater than the Phonograph
Different In construction
Superior In tone
Actual In reproduction
HTHE ACTUELLE-a Pathe Freres in-
ventlon marks the first really radical
advance in the science ol sound t epraductlon
since sound recording was invented.
The result achieved is a natural purity of
tone which would have been beyond belief
less than twelve months agn.
Now comes the real revolutionary ad
vanceand again it is the Pathe organizat
ion that has won out with the Actuelle.
Exit Sound Box, Tone Arm, Horn
The 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, the. tone arm, tho tone
chamber and horn arc in the way. The ACTUELLE dis
cards all the obstacles. A taunt wire carries the tone di
rect from the record to a parchament 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
favorite records. Wc will be pleased to have you call.
f!E!GRICE & GRIMES Nebraska
PATHEPHONOGRAPHS AND PATHE RECORDS
Foot Ball Game
The Price of Lumber
and building material is so much less
than it has, been and the prospects for it
going much lower is so slight that we
feel justified in advising you to build now
PLATT & FREES
Kearney vs Red Cloud i mv
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