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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 16, 1921)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, JUNE 16. 1921
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COMFORT for it means a ' cool kitchen.7 V
Economy for it wastes no fuel. You burn1
kerosene oil only when you need it. Efficiency '
for a Florence Oil Stove is easy and quick of
operation and every bit of heat is concentrated
close under the cooking. " ..'TlWBiL 4
Come iriand let our, salesmen7 show its many
Miss Gladys Garber Weds
3 Announcement his been made of tho
niarrliiRe of Miss Qlndys Dana, diuinh.
ter of Mrs. Winifred Harbor of Los
Angeles to D,tvld E. Thompson, of Los
Angeles, former wclLltnowu Nebras
km The marriage took plnco June 0,
i tit San Jose, at the home of an aunt,
, Mrs Dan Itarber. Mr. and Mrs Thomp
son will spend the summer months at
Lake Crescent, Wash., and will ro to
Los Angeles in the fall. Mrs. Thomp
son was born in Lincoln and lived in
Nebraska uutil some years ago. The
family home was at Red Cloud. Mr.
Thompson was also formerly ambassa
dor to Mexico. It was his fourth mar.
riBge. State Journal.
Wages Cut at Power House
The city council held a meeting re
cently ut which timo the wages of
those connected with the light and
power department wore reduced and
different hours effected which took
eifect Wednesday as follows:
Superintendent 3 150 00
First Engineer, 8 a. in. to 4 p. m 125 00
HEED tflOCERlES TODAY?
"Always prepared and waiting "to fill
any Grocery order" is the motto under
which our store is run. It means that no
matter how small your order may be or
what particular items you may want, we
are ready to supply them.
We never allow any of our lines of pack
age, bottled or canned goods to decrease
to a "sold out level." Neither do we offer
anything in the Vegetable or Fruit line,
unleps it is strictly fresh. And what's
more, we are sure our prices will please
Satisfaction or your money back guarantee
P. A. Wullbrandt
GrocoriM and Queensware
4 p.m. tol2p m.
12 p. m. to 8 a. in.
Red Cloud Represented
In Highway Log Book
A special meeting of the Commer
cial Club was held at the club rooms
Wednesday morning at which time
Mr. Smith, President of the Golden
Rod Highway, was present and sta
ted that this association was getting
out a log book containing maps of the
Highway from Denver to Nebraska
City and also a writcup of tho towns
on the route. Those present decided
that this city should be represented
In the book and Joe Hewitt nnd A.
B. McArthur were appointed a com
mittee to solicit funds for tho write
up, nnc: also equiping camping grounds
for tourists thru tho city. Messrs.
Cowdcn, Munday and Turnure were
appointed a committee to secure a
suitable place for camping grounds.
Ed Amack Buried Sunday
Ed. Amack who hud beon hovering
between life and death for sevoral
weeks passed to his reward lust Thurs.
day-evening shortly after six o'clock.
While his condition had beon serious 1
and little hope had been entertained
for his recovery his death casts a
gloom ovor the entire community. He '
suiferod a paralytic stroke on Dec. I
27th but it was thought for a while '
that he would recover from the atllict-'
ion. The -deceased was born in Pep
pcrtown, Indiana, on the eighth day
of AugusU 18C3. He was married to j
MIbs Nevada Richardson, Dec. 10th,'
1887, at 'itockvllle, Missouri. Two
daughters were born to this union,
Minnie and Dora. The latter passed
away Juljj 14th, 1002. His wifo died
August 5th, tho same year. On No.
vember 15th, 1003 ho married Mildred
Gough, who with tho daughter, Mrs.
Minnie Stauberry, acd four brothors
lie for the last sixteen years litis
conducted an undertaking establish
ment in this city with the assistance
of his wife.wbo is qualified and licens
ed. Ho was considered one of tho bust
otubaltncrs and funeral directors in
the statctttud also
was a member of
tho Nebraska Funeral Directors Asso
elation. Mr. Amack was a man with a
big perspuallty uud a kindly dispose
tiou. The nature of his business
brought blm in touch .with sorrow,
mourning and distress. Instead of be
ing mercenary, his dealings with tho
bereaved developed in him more fully
that kindly, sympathetic nature which
'won for him so many friends. lie was
prominent politically and socially and
was always interested in civic Improve
ment and tho upbuilding of tho com
munity. Ho was a member of tho
Masonic and M. . A. lodges and sev
oral yeais ago he served us County
Coroner for two terms and also served
as Couiiuilmau in the First ward
A year airo last spring ho was elect-
o.l mayor of this city and administered
the umiirs of tho olllce in a consurvn-
tlvc and business Hire uiuuner until
the time of his sickness.
The remains lay iu state at the home
uutil Sunday uocu.
The funeral services wore held Sun
day afternoon at 2:30 ut the Besse Audi
torium at which timo a very largo
number of friends together with tho
Masouic order attended. Rev Cope
gave tho opening prayer. Rev. Lining.
or of Cowles delivered tho funeral ser
mon, which was a masterful address
(or the occasion. Mrs. Frank Hughes
sang two solos which were splendidly
and expressively rendered, while Mr
Windolph presided at the pipe organ.
Tho floral offerings were many and
magnificent, which showed the high
esteem in which tbe deceased was held
by tbe many donors. Tho last rites at
tbe grave were in charge of the Masons
who conducted their very impressive
service in honor of the deceased broth
er. P J Merten of Bluo Hill was the
undertaker in charge and was assisted
by O. E. Lecdom of The Omaha Casket
Are you proud
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FIFTY YEARS ago, perhaps,
your grandfather bought a
watch. Thick, elaborately
ornamented and heavy in the
pocket, it represented the highest
skill of the watchmaker of that
day. Perhaps it has come down
to you as an heirloom.
And yet, if you were buying a
watch today, would you choose
such a model? Would you wear
n suit of clothes of the style of a
Watchmaking has progressed.
The modern thin models, with
all the accuracy and aturdincss
of their cumbersome predeces
sors, and with an added beauty
of line, have become the ideal
timekeepers for the man. and wo
man of today. Such a watch you
can display with a full measure
Keep the old watch for the
memories that surround it. But
let us show you our new models
pocket watches of unsurpassed
elegance, sturdy strap watches for
the out-of-doors, dainty wristlets
In gold and silver and platinum.
We will show you the master
pieces of the finest watchmakers
of today, in infinite variety of
We also invite you to view our
selection of watch cases made by
Wadsworth, the creator of many
of the most popular designs in
watch cases for thirty years.
We Make 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
Red cloud , Jeweler and Optometrist ' .
Kerr Mason Jars
Wide mouth, 1 qt.
per dozen $1m30
Half gal. $1.60
We are in the coal business and will try to have
a supply of good coal on hand at all limes, and '
will have a price on it that will save you money,
W hav a car f Sunny aide jHaitland now,
and will have car bf NIGGERHEAD in a
few days. Yjil will find that these are extra '
good coals. r"
We are selling this coal on a close margin,
and will have to sell for cash. Plrase do not
ask us for credit
Injured in Auto Accident
Saturday evening about ten o'clock
another serious auto accident happen
ed on West Fourth Avenue. At Blaby
ws driving home and when near the
Prank 8r.itr reidonce with Mux Mizer
M-nd his family in their car, also going
home, following Itehlnd lilru, some
A'Line of Good Shirts and Overalls in Stock
at Prices That Will Interest You
COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES
A scholarship worth 5200 is of
fered to rural teachers by the Amer
ican Country Life Association, of
which Kenon L. Butterfield of Am
herst Mass. is president. Tho best
article of less than 2500 words de
scribing effective work done by "the
writer in making the elementary
school a vital factor in meeting the
needs of American country life. This
must be delivered to, the president
of the association not later than Aug
ust 15. 1921.
Tuition statements that have not
been tended to can still be sent in
if it is done very quickly.
Special meetings for increasing the
mill levy to provide for nine months
school where it has not been done
heretofore and is required by law,
thould be advertised as soon as pos
Permits are not allowed, neither
will emergency certificates be granted
this year as long as qualified teach
era can be found.
Certificates granted after July 13,
1910 can not be renewed without col
lege hours credit. This is one of the
reasons why teachers' wages cannot
come down much. Going to summer
school once every two years for sec
ond grade certificates and once
'every three years for the first grade brainier wonder coming from; the west yyyWWWVWV'WSMftrtflWtfVWWWVlVWWWVVVflrtAflJWl
'eats up , tne teacnera savings, ine vyltb no dimmers on UN our minded
law's? hafe tried to fix it so that you Mr Mlwr ko that he could not, flee anfl.
;wiT have (good1 teachers and good h ran Into Mr. 8laiy'n buiwy throw-'
teachers cost' money, inn him out atr-ilnst. tho ---irhlngJte
When a pupil for. which a dist.ict aostnluwl h wvere cm, oil liw.hnck and
is paying tuition moves Into the'Jn wn Injured Internally A'-thls tltnf.
ftrict that plves'hlph school privileges hw-vr, ii la.gvnff ""i'lB.ojoj
.the diFtrictf that wan paying his tui
tion is no-Jonlprer liable.
, Tt is th" opinion -of the State office
thnt n transfer should not remain
'n force v-hen 'he ronsnn for which
it "ns rde no lohfrnr pvlits, in that
(case we believe it Is v.lthfn tho power
'o' iv0 r., ,.fV suporin'ofdnt to cancel
" Wo have ordered a car load of
twine that is CRICKET PROOF.
Will sell for cash or bankable '
note at 1 5c pmr lb.
Phone in your orders at once.
The Farmers Union
J. F. Edwards, Mgr. A 00SDT Red Cloud, Neb.
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RED CLOUD, NEB
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