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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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ROY STEWART in
The Sage Busher
COMEDIES NEWS NOVELTIES
Thanksgiving Matinee at 2:45 p. m.
TOM MIX in
Charley Chaplin in
SHIRLEY MASON in
MERELY MARY ANN
Also Newest Sunshine Comedy
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Huy liroHil nt Powell and I'opos.
The county commissioners will meet
P. M. Whitehead went to Lincoln
Mrs. Earl Weber spent Sunday with
relatives at Guide Rock.
James Winn returned home Friday
morning from Kansas City.
Mesdames J. T. and Andrew Sala
den spent Friday in Hastings.
Attend the foot ball game at 3 p. m.
today. Kearney vs. Red Cloud. .
E. S. Garber and J. S. L. Thomas
were in Cowlcs Friday afternoon.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Damorell spent
Sunday with friends at Guide Rock.
Mrs. C. D. Robinson spent Friday
at Superior, with her son, Bruce, and
The last football game of the season
will bo played this afternoon Kear
ney vs. Red Cloud.
Mrs. E. U. Overman departed Fri
day morning for Stillwell, Illinois,
where she will visit relatives.
Good meals good service modcrHte
prices rowelliK l'ope'BCafe
Esther Baker spent Saturday with
her sister, Mrs. Paul Newhouse, at
Kamil Ondrak went to Omaha Sat
urday morning to spend a few days
Mrs. I. 0. Walker went to Lincoln
Friday evening to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Chas. Shorcr.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Saladon spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Roy San
dcrson, at Denver.
Frank Follcy, who is firing on the
Republican City branch, spent Sunday
with his family here.
Mrs. Clark Crow of Republican City
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Stroup.
A. II. Carpenter returned homo Sat
urday morning from Scldon, Kansas,
where he had been on business.
Jacob Whipkey left Sunday evening
for Los Angeles, California, where he
expects to mukc his future home.
The ladies of the Christian church
will hold a market salo at Smith's
Shoe store Saturday, Nov. 27th.
Charles L. Fentress of this city and
Grace Dick of Nelson were granted a
marriage license at Alma last week.
Special for Thanksgiving
CONSTANCE TALMADGE in
The Love Expert
IJ laughing will settle that dinner
you sure will get it settled
COMEDY to be Selected
You are cordially invited to attend
the FREE screening of
MISS WANDA HAWLEY in
The Beloved Villian
Also MISS JUANITA HANSEN in
The Phantom Foe
Come and Bring Your Neighbors
It is the Oiphcum's Thanksgiving Treat
(Ma. Scarlet Days
A Picture o? the Golden West in '49
Also FATTY ARBUCKLE in
The Sough House
Ent and drink at Powell it Pope's
'Attorney L. ,11. Blackledgo spent
Mrs. Frank Peferson and Miss Mnrv
Peterson spent Tuesday in Hastings.
Attend the dance at the Bcsso Snlo
Pavilion tonitcj Adm. $1.50, specta
Alf Hansen went to Omnhn Tuesday
morning- to spend n few days with
H. G. Hulscbush shipped near of cat
tle to St. Joe Tucsdny. Ho accompan
ied the shipment.
Mrs. E. R. SInwson went to Lincoln
Tuesday morning to spend n few days
with relatives and friends.
Lester Yost, who has been firing
on the Orlenns branch, arrived in tho
city Tuesday to visit his wife.
George Cramer of Woodruff Kan
sas, spent tho first of tho week in this
city with his brother, Roy Cramer.
Clyde Simpson returned to Scldcn,
Kansas, Wednesday morning after
spending a few days with his mother.
C. R. Palmer and family left tho
last of tho week for Wichita, Knnsas,
where they will mnkc their future
Several members of tho local Wood
men lodge attended tho class adop
tion 'at Guide Rock last Thursday evening.
Mrs. C. A. Schultz and Grandma
Schultz went to McCook Wednesday
mornine to spend a few days with
JMr. and Mrs. Roy Stevens were
down from Hnstings this week, they
being called hero by tha sickness of
FARM WANTED: Wanted to hear
from owner of farm or good land for
sale reasonable. L. Jones, Box BIG,
P. A. Wullbrandt returned homo on
Saturday morning from Baconton,
Georgia, where ho had been visiting
Forrest Mountford, who is attending
college at Omaha, arrived home Wed
nosdny to spend Thanksgiving with
II. R. Clark, Roadmnstcr for the
Burlington from McCook, was in the
city Tuesday attending to some busi
A. B. Crabill shipped three cars of
hogs to Kansas City Sunday and Do
lancy Bros, also shipped a car of
County Agent Henry Fausch OX'
pects to leave Saturday for Chicago,
where he will attend the Intcraational
Live Stock show.
M. Florancc, who has been working
in tho Webster County Bank tho past
year, departed Friday for his homo at
St. Paul, Minnesota.
Perry Anderson returned to Ansel
mo Friday morning after spending a
week hero with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Anderson.
F. A. Warren returned to his home
nt Beatrice Thursday morning after
spending a few drjys with his brother,
kj, j. wan-en and wife.
R. P. .Weosncr was in Lincoln Fri
day attending a meeting of tho Ne
braska Chamber of Commerce Direct
ors of which he is a member.
Mrs. Ailes of Wymoro is in tho city
visiting relatives and friends. She
has just returned from Denver, where
she hnd been visiting her son, Howard.
B. E. Eshelman and. Gene Bush
autocd to McPhorson, Kas., Saturday,
Sumner Eshelman, who is attending
college there, returned homo with
" Tho Bird Land Co., of Hays, Kan
sas, sold the Frank Vavricka farm at
public sale Monday afternoon. John
Wittwer purchased tho same at $67
Word has been received here by
relatives that Chas. Funk, of Barto,
Florida, who has been a lesident of
this county for many years, and Mrs.
F. E. Young of Birmingham, Alabama,
were united in marriage November 17.
The Webster County Duroc Jersey
Breeders held a combination sale of
HO boars and 23 gilts at the Bcsso Sale
Pavilion Saturday afternoon. Tho
boars averaged $35 while tho gilts
sold at $25 and tho average for tho
entire lot was $30. County Agent
Fausch informs us that he has booked
four hog sales to be hold in this born
Charles McElhanoy, son of MV. and
Mrs. Ralph McElhanoy, who reside
southeast of this city, passed away at
their homo Monday evening after a
short illness with typhoid fovor.Fun
oral services wore held Wednesday
afternoon at tho Garfield Brethren
church, Rev. Ira Wagoner preaching
tho sermon. Interment was made in
tho Martin cemetery.
firaco Church (Pnlscopal)
10 ii. m , Church School.
Hit in , DcncoiiPEH Smith will cor.
ihict n Blbln Class during Hliscnce of
Rov J. M. Butos.
Exhilarating Burlesque; Vaudeville
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1AD1ES' DIME MATINEE EVERY WEEKDAY
Everybody Goes; AeH Anybody ,
MATS THE BICfiEST AID BEST SHCtT WEST If CHICHI
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There are only two
ways to make lower prices on
clothes either lower the quality stand
ards or take less than a normal profit on
We won't sell cheap quality so we've
lowered prices on all our fine Suits and
Overcoats. Remarkable values at the
$30 to $50
20 to 33$ Discount
You Get Your Money Back
If You Are Not Satisfied
W. G. Hamilton
The House of Quality
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Red Cloud IU
THE TREAT OF THE SEASON
Sunday, November 28th
IMMEDIATETY AFTER THE FIRST SHOW
AlVTrt UTIC! DAVG OF FATHER FLANAGANS
Alli HID JDU I D HOME OF NEBRASKA
COME out and hear and see for yourself America's most construct
ive workers. The Home that feeds, clothes and educates every
homeless, wayward and .abandoned boy in the state, regardless of
creed, color or nationality.
A Rare Treat! Come! Admission Free!
Mote The management-has donatrd the theater after the first regular show for
regular admission will be charged. Father Flanagan's Boys entertainment FREE.
TWO HOURS OF SUPERB ENTERTAINMENT
awaits you, consisting of Songs, Recitations Addresses, Etc. A three-reel film
of the every day life at the Home and an address by the founder, Rev. E. J.
Flanagan. WORTH-WHILE ENTERTAINMENT from a WORTH-WHILE CAUSE
First and Only Appearance in Red Cloud
Sunday, Nov. 28 : Admission Free
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