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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1921)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, MARCH 31. 1921
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The price of this beautiful "K-2" Standard
Model COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA in any
of its five handsome finishes, is now only
5175. The prices oh OUR ENTIRE LINE
of COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS have
been readjusted to pre-war levels.
On Model 2'
This is the most radical read
justment ever made in the pho
nograph industry. And these
new prices, below the pre-war
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A prices give you.
Columbia Grnlonolas THE JEWELER
ON THE FARM
Spring work on the farm will be requiring
the time of every farmer. The work has
to be finished at a given time. Little at
tention is give to other matters. Still,
the matter of nourishment must be thought
of Let us supply your wants in groceries
canned goods, relishes, cookies, Etc.
Satisfaction or your money back guarantee
We'll pay market price for your produce
P. A. Wiilllbraitdi
Injured in Auto Accident '
Kearney, March Ho With Sheriff St
Fink nt the 'wheel, a. party composed
of County Cluil: G. E. I'aaz, Henry V
J. Ainke, J. H. Moore, president of the
American State linuk nnd J, McUunc
started for Lexington tills afternoon
to attend a Masonic meeting. Ono
tulle enst of Odessa n blowout while
traveling at a high rate of speed result
ed in the driver losing controll of his
machine. It plunged into a ditch,
turning over twice. All but McCunc
were thrown clear of tho car. AU but
McCuno wore thrown clear of the
wreck The latter was caught under.
uoAth. II o suffered n bad scalp wound
wrenched leg and possible internal
injuries. State Jourual.
J. McCuno is a son of Henry McCgne
of this city.
Easter Cantata at M E Church
A large audience was present Sun
day overling at the M. E. church to
hear tho community chorus give their
annual Easter cantata. This year it
rendered "Tho Easter Alleluia," under
the direction of Mrs. P. It. Ilughco,
thu music teacher of our public schools.
Tho musical selections covered tho
story of Christ's life from the time of
entering the irarden of Gcthscmune
His trial before I'ilate on tho Cross,
and including his resurrection and the
women visiting his tomb on the early
Easter morn letting tho glad tidings be
known, Alleluia! Alleluia! Christ, tho
Lord is Risen today.
Tho rendition of thoso beautiful
scriptural songs was splendid Many
remarked of the great harmony and
blending of so many voices
Great credit is to bo given Mrs
Ilughos for her untiring olToits-iu
prnslislug this chorus sinco New Years.
Also the playing of the accompanist,
Mrs. Ira Wagoner, was greatly com
mended. The principal voices in solos, duets
or quarte's were: Mrs. Hush, Mrs.
Itruce Eshelmau, Misses ltuby Koon
and Mildred Boron, Mossrs. Cotting,
Bush, Thomas ttmlL. Wagoner.
Everybody loves good music. Tho
audience attested to this fact as they
wore very attentive listeners to this
inspirational service of song.
Music makes for u common under,
standing between bob and nabob. t
With massed singing comes smiles,
enthusiasm, new life intorest, healthy
exorcise, line mental drill and uplift
ing soul experiences. It Is the pre.
paratlon of tho individual for larger
oppression of himsolf in his home, in
his work and iu his community. Any
thing that will promote that "larger
expression" is a worthy forco and
should receive all tho encouragement
which it merits.
Mrs. E. J. Overing, Jr.
Answers Final Call
Mrs. E. J Overlitg, jr., who had been
In poor health for some time past gave
up the battle of life and surrendered
her Spirit to its Maker Saturday motii
tng, March 'JGth.
Johanna Van Pilsen mis born iu
Pella, Iowa, November '12, 1875. She
came to Nebraska and for several years
was one of the most valued instructors
iu the city schools. During this period
she won tho friendship of a large circle
of friends, among which was E. J,
Overing, jr., whom she married in Janu
ary, 100J. To tills union wero born
three children, Kuth, Robert and tfuch
aol. For nineteen years happiness
reigned iu thu home and the circle of
friends Increased with each succeeding
year, both tho husband and wifo un
sparingly devoting their time and ef
forts to evorythlng pertaining to tho
welfare of the community, as well us
to the proper rearing of their children.
Tho passing of this beloved and
highly respocted lady Is deeply felt by
tho entire community and thu father
and children have tho sympathy of
their many friend iu this, the hour of
For many years they were mombers
of the Cougregattoual church of this
city, both of them taking active inter
est in the Sunday Sohool work. They
wero charter mombers of the Christian
Sciences church, having assisted iu the
organizing of the same hero somo eight
Funeral services were conductod
from tho homo Tuesday afternoon at
2:30 by the Christian Scientists, iu
charge of Mr. Hjorass of Lincoln.
Groceries and Queensxvare
To The Public
Having leased the llcaton building,
formerly occupied by tho Brown Hear
Cifo, will bo open for businoss on Sat
urday, April 2nd. Will carry a stock
of Hour, feed, Held and garden seeds,
cut flowers and potted plants. Bring
in your cream, eggs and poultry.
Courteous troatmeutaud a Square Deal
Is my motto. C S. ROMINE
Mrs. Ed. Amack I. T. Amack :
Amack & Amack jj
Ftirm loans mado at lowest inter
est rat03 on cither improved or un
improved lands. Absolutely no delay.
No expense for examination.
J. II. BAILEY.
ybster County Places
Gravel on Federal Aid Road
RED CLOUD, NEB S;
fine 0 room residence, nnd barn 21 x
30, on a line block of land. Location
one of tho best In Rod Cloud, Nebr.
Price Ib right, and terms good. '
SCI1ULTZ & HEI'Z, Rod (Jloud, Nebr
Tho County Highway Commissioner
Overing has arranged for placing twen
ty loads of gravel on tho State and
Federal Aid road ou the hills north of
Cowles, where thero has been some
troublo with soft roada while the snow
was melting. This difficulty will be
overcome by making the solid founda
tion. Tho village of Cowles is also gravel
ing tho road ou the main street. The
county crew are assisting with the big
truck on the graveling of tho Cowles
job, and tho men of Cowles aro assist
ing in procuring the gravel for tho
Federal road, as it is Impossible for
tho truck to go down into tho pit. A
new steel drag planer has been pur
chased to complete tho equipment of
the crew working west of Rod Cloud.
It has been also planned to paint
uumbors ou nil tho bridges and cul
verts aloug tho Federal aid roud in
this county. Tho numbers" will indi
cate the distance from the beginning
of tho road at Red Cloud Thus if a
brldgo is marked 15 1 It will indicate
that tho brldgo is located fifteen uiul
one-tonth miles trom Red Cloud.
It might bo interesting to note that
tho Federal load from Red Cloud to
tho county lino north of llluo 1 1111 cost
a total of SlOl.OdO. Of this tho county
paid l(5,0t'O being tho cost of tho seven
brldgos, and the rest of tho cost was
p.iid by the state and tho federal gov
ernment' There nro 83 culverts and
bridges along tho road. Department
ol Public Works of Nebraska March
Lutheran Church Services
Sorvices Wednesday evening, April
Gtli at 8 p. in.
Confessional' services 7:30 p m.
No servicon Sunday, April 3d.
L T. AMACK-PHONE IND. 76M
Is Your Subscription Paid to Date?
Tho Roy Scouts, P. K. O. and Rolph
inns will hold a meeting Monday evt fl
ing for the pi rposo of formulating
plans for a clean up day. Date will bo
A epoolal meeting of tho Robekahs
was held Wednesday ovenlng, in order
to welcome Mrs. Harriet M. Cain, State
President of tho Robokah Assembly
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WE HAVE A SUPERB LINE OF TOILET REQUIREMENTS
AND USEFUL ARHCLES OF JEWELRY.
WHEN DESIRING PRESENTS FOR OTHERS, OR ARTIC
LES FOR YOUR OWN USE, COME, AND SEE WHAT WE
HAVE TO OFFER YOU. WHEN IT COMES FROM US IT
We Make 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
E. H. Newhouse
rcj ciouj Jeweler and. Optometrist " Ncbrska
Tractor Oil 5 gal. 75c Bbl. lots 70c
Motor Oil 1 gal. 80c 5 gal. lots 75c
Harvester 1 gal. 80c 5 gal. lots 75c
Hog Oil 1 gal. 50c 5 gal. lots 45c
Separator - - per gal. 50c
Axle Grease and Cup Grease in any
quantity and at right price's
They are the best grades on the market
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J. F. Edwards, Mgr. Red Cloud, Neb.
To the Voters of Red Cloud
I am a candidate for City Treasurer, i
If elected will arrange a convenient
phico for payment of Electric Light
and Water bills and will give tho ofllcu
close attention. JOE HEWITT.
She departed for Lincoln this morning ' Drug atoro.
Tho man who took tho wrong over
coat last Sunday evening at tho Motho-
dist church cuu got hid own at Cotling's
Advice is one of the cheapest things in the world. It's as free as
the air. No matter what your troubles may be, just let it be
known and advice will come piling in.
The old maid knows how to rear children, the bachelor knows
just how a wife should be handled, and even a bald-headed drug
gist can sell hair tonic and get away wi but the advice you
seek, not the kind that is volunteered, 1 ....id you want. We
are not a volunteer in the advice busin jut if you are a patron
of outbank and ask advice on financial natters we will be glad
to help you in any way we can.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Flounce, Preiident Red Cloud, Nob. S. R. Florance, Caihier
SepotUt Quarantttdli! th JDtposllort Quaranttt Fund of thi Stati of Xebra$ka
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