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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 24, 1921)
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11D CLOUD, VBlftAIKA, OHBf
and tho pets and
tojs they love best
We mako a spec
monts with us to
have tho children
gnlarly. Don't n eg loot
hav In gf requent
portraits made of
the older people.
They may not be
with us m a o h
The Gleason Studio
OVER SMITH'S SHOE&TORE
AS TOLD TO lis
Eat and drink at Powell, &. Pope's
V . -
Gary Zeiss spent Friday in Hast
Mrs. Dwyer Hoxsoy spent Friday in
John Tulloys of Lincoln was in tho
Joo Crow wa3 down from Republi
can City Monday.
R. P. Weesner was in Guido Rock
Saturday afternoon". UIJOJJ
Fred Fuller was down from Cowlcs
M. H. Finch was a passenger to
Hastings Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Ethel Beach spent Friday
with friends at Superior. , .
Allen Tulleys of Lincoln Vas in
tho city Friday afternoon.
Miss Helen Reiher spent tho week
end with friends at Lincln.
Attorney A. M. Walters of Blue
Hill was in tho city Tuesday.
Rev. Fitzgerald was a passenger to
Superior Wednesday morning.
C. C. McConkoy was a passenger
to Grand Island Monday morning.
Nothing Like These l
Values Anywhere !
Your Last Chance to Make Money at
HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX
$65-$85 for $40 $45
Good A11-W661 Suits as Low as $15
Some Great Bargains in Furnishings
CAPS at HALF PRICE
Underwear cheaper than yc:a can buy next year
Heavy Cotton Ribbed - - $1.50
Lambsdown Fleece Lined - - $2.00
tf.ii n .
All Rubber 4-buckle Overshoes, in nest quality,
to close out at, per pair - - $3.00
THE W. G.
Good meals good service moderate
prices Jpo well & Pope's cafe
Have your eyes tested and glass e
fitted at Mitchell's Jewelery storo.
Mesdamcs R. V. Nicholson and H.
0. Gellatly spent Friday in Hastings.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. ,Hincs spent
Tuesday with his parents at Wymore.
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Delph were
passengers to Omaha Monday morn
ing. Robert McBridc went to Lincoln
Thursday morning to spend n few
Chas. Loverchcck went to Belvi
dero Saturday morning to visit rela
tives. Mrs. W. G. Hamilton spent Friday
with relatives and friends at Guido
Miss Icy McNair spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents at
Mrs. Everett Stroup went to Law
rence Tuesday -morning to visit her
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bolom arc
the parents of a baby girl born Thurs
Mrs. Georgo Hollistcr of Denver
arrived in tho city Tuesday morning
to visit friends.
Mrs. Andrew Saladen and son, Al
vin, spent tho weekend with her sis
ter at Rivcrton.
Harry Frederick was in tho city
Wednesday renewing acquaintances
with his friends.
Mrs. B. W. Stewart and daughter
went to Lincoln Monday morning to
visit her parents.
Chas. Barrett went to Sclden, Kan
sas, Sunday evening to attend to
some business matters.
Will Kent went to Wheeler, Kan
sas, Tuesday to spend a few days
looking after his farm.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bailey went to
Omaha Wednesday to visit their sons,
Grant and Will and wife.
John Weesner shipped two cars of
cattle to Kansas City Tuesday morn
ing. He accompanied the shipment.
Harry Thompson returned Tuesday
morning from Benkelman where he
spent a couple of days with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bailey spent
Tuesday with their daughter, Mrs.
Harry Waller and family at Super
Now stock of Wall Papor just recoiv
cd at Cottlng's drug store.
Mrs. Wm. Sunberry and children
went to Republican City Friday even
ing to spend a few days with her
parents. ' .
Byron White went to Chicago Mon
day morning after spending tho past
two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. P. W.
Russell Summers returned to Hast
ings Friday morning after a short
visit hero with his mother, Mrs. May
Miss Naomi BufTum arrived in the
city Saturday morning from Kansas
City to visit her parents, Rev. nnd
Chas. Nelson of McCook arrived in
the city Monday evening to spend a
few days with his brother, Ray Nel
son and family.
Miss Margaret Adams arrived hero
Saturday morning from Goodland,
Kansas, to take a position in the Hat
Red Cloud Tost 238 of the Ameri
can Legion will hold a special meet
ing in the I. O. O. F. hall Friday
evening at 8 o'clock.
Alfred G. Engclhardt of Blue Hill
and Miss Ella Wacchtcr of Bladen
were granted a marriage license Tri
day by Judge Ranney.
Mrs. Hassinger and son, Roy, re
turned homo Thursday evening from
Hastings where they spent a couple
of days with relatives.
A. H. Carpenter returned home
Friday afternoon from Seldcn, Kan
sas, where ho spent a few days look
ing after his realty holdings.
Tho Misses Alta and Ethel Coon,
who arc attending college at Hastings,
spent the weekend with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Coon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Havercamp
went to Kansas City Sunday morning.
to spend a few days visiting and al
so attend to some business matters.
Miss Ethel Waller, who is teaching
school south of Inavale, spent the
weekend in the city with her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bailey.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jernberg of Ak,
ron, Colorado, arrived in the city Sup
day to spend a few days with ihis
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. A. Jern
berg. . ' '
Sheriff Agnew of Smith Center
was in the city Monday afternoon
looking for a Dodge car that was
stolen at Lebanon Saturday after
Mrs. Don Cook, after spending sev
eral days with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Carpenter, went to Ox
ford Monday evening to visit rela
Grover Cary, J. E. Yost, W. G.
Shannon, A. A. Blickenstaff and E. C.
Henderson accompanied the stock
shipped from here to Kansas City
Six trains of stock consisting of
237 cars and including that loaded
hero passed thru here Sunday morn
ing enrouto to tho St. Joe and Kan
sas City markets. '
Mrs. J. W. Hauck accompanied her,
mother, Mrs. Anna Adams, to her
home at Coffeyville, Kansas, Tuesday.
Mrs Adamas had been visiting her
daughter here the past two months.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moore return
ed to Hastings Wednesday morning
after a short visit here with his sis
ter, Mrs. Chas. Turner, who accom
panied them home and spent tho day.
The local ticket office received ad
vice Thursday that effective Febru
ary 22, there would bo an increase
of twenty per cent in Nebraska State
passenger fares. This will bring the
rates up to equal that authorized by
the Interstate Commerce Commission
last August on interstate business
and after this date the state and In
terstate rates will be tho same per
Farm loans made at lowest inter
est rates on cither improved or un
improved lands. Absolutely no delay.
No expense for examination.
J. H. BAILEY.
Exhilarating Burtaqut; Vaudovilft
iWtm rillii.IJh r,iM8lrlt. ri.fCl.tB,00fHM
IMKV MME HMTIKE EVERY WEEKMY
Everybody Ooesi Ask Anybody
Good Home Baking. Mrs. Minnio
Robinsdn. Call C. T. Dickenson or
phono Ind. 141M.
The V. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs.
Lottie Smith uoxt Woducsdny after
noon at 2:30.
WANTED 30 head of calves weigh
ing about 330 to 450 pounds Patrick
Kellott, Red Cloud.
Tho Missionary society of the Christ,
ian church will meet with Mrs. J. L.
Bcebe Friday afternoon, March 4th.
Lutheran services tho first nnd
third Sunday of every month at 11:30
A. M. Sunday School at 10:00 A. M.
When in need of taxi or auto livory
service cull John M. Sheets. I'hones:
OIllco Bell 82, lnd. 32 M; Residence
Dell 82, Ind. 82Y.
Cane seed is scarco this year. Bo
wise and buy yours at T. W. White's
public sale, 5 milea southeast of Red
Cloud, Tuesday, March 1st.
Itev. R. G Dungnn of Hastings will
prench at the Christian church Sunday
both morning and evoulng. You are
cordially invited to hear him.
The Auld & Johnston and Steward
Dnroo hog sale which was hold at tho
Sale Pavilion Monday afternoon was
attended by a large number of buyers
and tho hogs avoragod 855.00.
William Thompson returned to
Benkelman Monday morning after
spending a few dnvs hero with hia
father, Harry Thompson. Mr. Thomp
son accompanied him homo whero ho
spent a couplo of days.
Tuesday. March 1st. I will sell nt
public auction, 5 miles southeast Rod
Cloud, 9 horses and colts, 0 head cattle,
all farm machinery, 475 bu. Ambor
oiuio seed and numerous other articles.
Usual salo terms. T. W. White.
The following shipped stock to
Kansas City Sunday: J. E. Yost, ono
car of cattle; A. B. Crabill, four cars
of hogs; Crabill & Yost, ono car of
hogs; Delaney Bros., ono car of hogs
and E. C. Henderson two cars of
Tuesday afternoon Sheriff Huffer
found a Dodgo car east of tho river
bridge which belonged to a garage at
Smith Center and was stolen at Leb
anon Saturday afternoon. Sheriff
Agnew was up from Smith Center
Wednesday and took tho car back
Saturday afternoon someone stole
Chas. Arbuokle's Ford OHr, which was
parked north of the Auditorium, and
used it for several hours and it was
later found noiir the Itrethern church.
The practice of borrowinc carB is n
serious oiTenso and some ono Is liable
to get in trouble in the near futuro.
Lost Thursday Sheriff Duffer and
Marshall Phillips arrowed a man by
tho natno of Madison, who nttomptod
to sell a Ford car in this city which
was stolen a few weelts ago at Stock,
ton, Kansas. Madison's partnor Joe
Smith, was arrested by Sheriff Buffer
at Ilildreth, and tho Sheriff came up
from Stockton, Kansas, and took the
two prlsonors and the Ford car back to
The February Birthday Club met
and held their yearly meeting with
Mrs. J. H. Bailey last Friday. Very
few members were able to attend
owing to sickness or being out of
town. Those present w'crc: Mesdamcs
Joo Hewitt, Fred Turnure, S. R.
Boycc, Maggie Garber and J. H.
Bailey and they all brought well filled
baskets and had a good time.
Before the Speech.
Some orators start with a rush, oth
ers begin qulto slowly. A speaker we
know hn the habit of striding mcdl
tntlvoly across tho stngo onco or twice
before he begins his address. On one
occasion we heard a lively young fel
low In front of us whisper to his girl
with reference to tho peripatetic gen
tleman on tho platform : "That, I
suppose, his preamble." Boston
Variety In Bibles.
A collection of 114 Uihles published
between 1537 nnd 10G0 was recently
sold at Sotheby's In London. It in
cluded samples of tho Great Bible,
1C40, the "Bug," 15-10; tho Genevan,
or "Breeches," 1500, nnd a "Pear"
The Work Way.
now you goln' to git to Glory when
you've had your dny? If this life
don't tell your story In tho story-wny7
now you goln to glimpse surprlslrV,
evQrlastln' things? If you'd match the
Bun n-rl8ln you must work for wings I
8avlnjj That Stamp.
To remove a stamp from an en
velope, cut a blotter to tho sdzo of the
stamp, soak it In cold water and lay
It over tho stamp, Remove- blotter In
a few minutes and tho stamp will
fpme "oft. t! , , .. i s
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We have just received a carload
of extra 'Ohio Reds' and 'Whites'
and same may be now had at
the store for
Per - Bushel
Anticipate your future needs in
potatoes and place your order.
Prices Going Up-
so hurry if you want them.
The Farmers Union
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Sat.-Sun., Feb. 26-27
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If you will buy enough AVALON FARMS HOG-TONE to
feed your hogs 60 clays. I will guarantee satisfaction or refund
your money. If HOG-TONE helps your hogs you are the
gainer. If it does them no good, I am the loser, and you are
the judge. Come and try it,
C. L. Cottinsr : The Druggist
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