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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1921)
RED OLOUD, KKBlAiKA, OHUT
and tho pots and
toys they lovo best
We make a spec
ments with us to
have tho children
gularly. Don't neglect
portraits mado of
tho oldor people
They may not be
with us much
The Gleason Studio
OVER SMITE'S SHOE STORE
Good meals good sorvlco moderato
prices Powell & Pope's cafo
I. B. Wagoner was n passenger to
Broken Bow Friday morning.
John Hamilton of Guide Rock was
in the city Saturday afternoon.
Have your eyes tested and glosses
fltted at Mitchell's Jewclery storo,
L. Graham and family spent Sun
day with relatives at Blue Hill.
Bert Blickcnstaff shipped a car of
hogs to Kansas City Thursday.
Father Fitzgerald was a passenger
to Superior Wednesday morning.
Next Tuesday is a legal holiday as
it is George Washington's birthday.
how much good two weeks
of rest in the south would
do one at this season" said
a man who had just return
ed, after giving himself a
physical and mental over
hauling and toning up.
Many folks think of The South
(Texas. Florida, the Gulf toast
states) ns "way off there." But
that Isn't the case. A fen hiurs
You'll enloy every mile of the way
Ifyoutnken Burlington planned
N.B. BUSH. Ticket Agent
Carl Davison of Superior spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jcrnbon;.
E. L. Morhart went to Omaha
Tuesday to attend to some business.
V K K H K K H K 8J fit K K B
AS TOLD TO US S
Eat and drink at Powell ,& Popo's
Alf Saladen was in Hastings Monday.
R. C. Burch spent Monday in Hastings.
Isadoro Johnson was in Hastings
Bert Hatfield spent Monday in
Mrs. J. E. Butler spent Tuesday in
W. H. Thomas spent Thursday in
F. W. Cowden spent Saturday in
L. Piesigcr of Blue Hill was in the
C. D. Robinson went to Lincoln
Art Sheeley was in the city tho
first of tho week.
Fred Temple of Kansas City was
in tho city Saturday.
Mr. and M-s. Chas. Turner spent
Monday with her parents at Hastings.
Mcsdames Elmer Mitchell and J.
W. Hauck spent Tuesday in Hastings.
Mrs. Andrew Saladen and Mrs.
Don Cook spent Thursday in Hastings.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Boren nro the
parents of a baby girl born Thursday
Clarence Baker spent Friday with
his sister, Mrs.' Paul Ncwhousc, at
L. L. Yost vent to Hastings Men
day morning to attend to somo busi
Good Homo Baking. Mrs. Minnie
Robinson. Call C. T. Dickenson or
phono Ind. 141M.
W. A. Romjuo went to Omaha
Thursday morning to attend to somo
Operator A. W. Wood arrived hero
Friday morning to work tho third
trick at tho depot.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Hunsickcr of
Moreland, Kansas, are visiting rela
tives hero this week.
C. T. Dickenson went to Omaha
Thursday afternoon to attend to
some business matters.
Jtimes and Peter Mcintosh spent the
weekend with their sister, Mrs. Scotti
at Qraud Islntid. ,
Miss Nettie Springer, who is teach
ing school at Ragan, spent the week
end here with her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Amack and two
daughters of Oxford spent Sunday
with relatives in the city.
Ray Simpson of Seldcn, Kansas, ar
rived in tho city Tuesday to visit his
mother and other relatives.
Rev. C. D. Huff will fill the pulpit
both morning and evening at tho
Christian church next Sunday.
Judge Blacklodgo went to Bcnkcl
man Monday to hold a term of dis
trict court for Judge Eldrcd.
Mrs. Herb Ludlow and daughter,
Esther, went to Lincoln Tuejday
morning to spend a, few days.
Mrs. Karl McFadden and children
of Clay Center are visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hughes.
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Herzog are tho
proud parents of a baby boy which
arrived at their homo Tuesday nig'it.
Lutheran services tho first and
third Sunday of every month at 11:30
A. M. Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
Dr. R. E. Camp has moved his of
fice to the rooms formerly occupied
by Judge Blacklcdge as a law office.
Marion Bloom was in Ludcll, Kan
sas, Friday where he conducted a
civil service examination.
W. F. Pickering of Rivctron was
in the city Tuesday evening.
. The Burlington received twenty
Honrv Pharos of fYmtrnl Hit.v etuinf rnvs nf ion WndnnRflnv mnrninp frnm
the weekend ,hero with his mother, ' Omaha and they will start to filling
Mrs. Barbara Pharos. ' their ico house here at once.
Nothing Like These
Your Last Chance to Make Money at W
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
Suits - Overcoats
$65-$85 for $40-$45
Good All-wool Suits as Low as $15
Some Great Bargains in Furnishings
CAPS at HALF P R fCE
Underwear cheaper than you can buy next year
Heavy Cotton Ribbed . - - - $1.50
Lambidown Fleece Lined' : - - $2.00
All Rubber 4-buckle Overshoes, in best quality,
to close out at, per pair - - $3.00
THE W. G. HAMILTON
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Bishop Beccher of Hastings will
hold services both morning and even
ing next Sunday at tho Episcoonl
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Poirce are
the parents of a baby bqy born Sun
day. Tho youngster has been named
Now stock of Wall Papor just reooiv
od at Cottlng's drug storo.
A total of one hundred and seventy
fivo cars of stock passed thru hero
Sunday enrouto to St. Joo and Kan
Miss Nellio Emerton returned homo
Thursdny evening from Guido Hock
whero sho spent a few days with
Several of tho boys, who wcro in
tho High School foot ball team last
year, arc now "dolled up" in now
Mrs. Hassingor and son, Boy, went
to Hastings Tuesday to visit their
daughter and sister, Mrs. Chas. Hill
Wi on in need of (axl or auto Hvciy
service? call John M. Shoots. Phdnon:
OlIIco Bull 82, 2nd. 32 M; Residence
Bell 82, Ind. 82Y.
While playing Saturday afternoon,
Vcmc, tho son of Mr. and Mrs. Vcrno
Dickenson, had tho misfortune to
fall and break his arm.
Bishop Beccher of Hastings will
preach at Graco church next Sunday
both morning and evening and Mr.
Bates will ofllciato in Bioomington.
Mrs. Wm. Gurncy and children re
turned to her homo at Lincoln Tues
day morning after nn extended visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Dr. Warrick, tho specialist, will
meet eye, car, nose and throat pa
tients and thoso needing glasses at
Dr. DamorclPs, Tuesday, February
22. Hours 2 to G.
The C. B. & Q has mado another
big cut in employees and wo noted by
the list that Roadmastcr Phil Traut
of this city has been reduced to a
foreman and General Roadmastcr
Clarke of Denver will cover his territory.
Mrs. Helen Gamcl of Arapahoo
spent tho weekend hero at tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Spence Potfor and
N. B. Bush and family. This was
her first visit to this city after an
absence of nearly twenty-eight years,
sho having nt ono time resided hero.
Tho last basket ball game of tho
season will be played at tho High
School gymnasium Friday evening at
8 o'clock at which time tho Franklin
Academy boys and gills team will
meet tho local school teams. This is
tho last opportunity for thoso who
desire to sco our teams play.
How Did It Happen?
Well it is this way, there Is a chance for every man
that has any energy what ever, to get a home, come
and sco us. Wo have about fifteen (15) farms to offer
as follows, Improved and unimproved ones, will take
Crop payments after the first payment is made.
Thcso farms are located in tho best part of tho West and
wc think this is a much better plan for you Mr. Renter.
Buy ono of these farms -where you can pay out for it,
the same as paying rent and you will own your own
home. We know of men that have paid out for their
land that way in three years, why not you try and get
ono tho same way.
We give freo transportation, for to go and see thcso
farms, when the roads arc so wc can travel over them
Now is the time for you to got tho best proposition wo
ever found in land, if you aro interested come in and
see us and talk it over. Wo will sure get you a good
buy if you will come and ride out with us,
Wc havo other good buys of all kinds.
Please remember tho address.
A. H. Carpenter Son k Co.
Home Office Red Cloud, Neb. C. R. Carpenter, Seldcn, Kan
We have just received a carload
of extra 'Ohio Reds' and 'Whites'
and same may be now had at
the store for
Roadmnstcr II. It. Clark, of tho
Burlington, spent Tuesday and Wed
nesday hero attending to business
Farm loans made at lowest inter
est rates on either improved or un
improved lands. Absolutely no delay.
No expense for examination.
J. H. BAILEY.
Tho following shipped stock to tho
Kansas City market Sunday morn
ing: D. C. Bell, two cars of cattle;
A. B. Crabill, one car of hogs; Pat
Kcllctt, one car of cattle; Dclaney
Bros., two cars of hogs; Delancy
Bros, nnd Horton, ono car of cattlo
and J. E. Yost ono car of cattlo to
ThnFfllKQAT HOME EXPECT YOU
L'crtm-. . .-. i.it
Exhilarating Burlesquo; Vaudeville
Stiji Altars FIIUdllhrrilljOlrti.FunnrCloinT.GaEKM
tqulpin. Cdlllinl Seinle Inilronrrc&t
LADIES' DIME MATINEE EVERY V.'CEXL'AY
Everybody Coast Aak Anybody
IWfATS THE SICCEST ATD HIT IBM RES! Of CHICAM
At the Auditorium Stock Pavilion
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21,1921
Duroc Bred Sows
Bred to as Good Boars as the Breed Affords
FVioQpkt-icafrJrkt-i Sicd b KlnS Sensation, ho being a
L I ItC OCllSdUUIl fun brother of tho Siro of tho World's
Champion, Great Orion Sensation.
RealPathftndefS.t ralMakh mt of a
Tho offering is not loaded with fat but is in good breeding condition.
These hogs will bo in tho sale barn for inspection o few days before
Thcso Sows have All been Vaccinated and Wo Consider Them Immune.
TERMS: Cash or any arrangements you make with the clerk.
Johnston & Auld
S. E. Johnston C. H. Stewart
COL. J. H. ELLINGER, COL. W. M, PUTMAN, Auct's. Owners.
Anticipate your future needs in
potatoes and place your order.
The Farmers Union
SALE oi UNITED STATES
COMMENCING AT 2 P. M., SHARP
SAT., FEB. 19
BESSE SALE PAVILION
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
HARNESS : SADDLES
BRIDLES : BLANKETS
The above goods are all new and fresh from the
Warehouse and will be sold to the highest bidder.
TermsCash or Bankable Papar
e. s. ctorbf rTcierk W. N. Peddicord
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