The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, September 08, 1921, Image 1
) ii f ' k.' inujiLnEra 3& V fe lff m """loilu,,, ,,, A ReniHKr That flUes The Reus FITty-twt Weeks Each Year Fsr 11.50 VOLUME 49 RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. SEPTEMBERS. 1921 NUMBER 3G. fSSSSSSSaiSSSBBSSSSSiSSSSISS5SSSiSSSSSS5 C is EASY to wash PYREX ( Nothing can adhere to its hard, odor-proof, grease proof surface. It is easy to keep clean for it will not chip, craze, bend, dent or discolor and always remains new. PYREX is the original the first transparent oven ware and is guaranteed not to break in actual oven-use. PYREX is made in shapes and sizes for every practical baking purpose. It is a saver or time, fuel and dishwashing drudgery. Married at Flagtaff, Ariz. On Monday, at Flagstaff, Arizona, occurred the wedding of Miss Grace Keaglo, daughter of Mrs. Clias. Hru baker of this city, to Mr. Wllhird 8 Hodsoti, nf Phoenix, Arizona. Tho young couple arc spending tho week at Flagstaff which lb otic of tho fash lonnblo summer resorts of that state. Tho brldo Is a graduate of the local high' school and for the past two years has taught school in the comity. Sho is a very accomplished and attractive young lady who has many admirers, while the man of her choice is n popn lor young man of Phoenix, and holds a position of teller In one of the hanks of that city. They will make their homo Micro and their many frionds wish them much joy and happiness. TKINE'S HARDWARE HEED GROCERIES 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, unless it is strictly fresh. And what's more, we are sure our prices will please you. Satisfaction or your money back guarantee P. A. Wullbrandt Groceries and Queensware Wall Paper Sale In'order to close out our present sjock oC wall paper in a hurry . We Have Cut Prices to The Quick discounts 0 20, 25 and 30 From Original Retail Price. ,Which brings them down to cost prices, and lower ,GHASLnOTTINC ; R$;. $ W THE DRUGGIST Red Cloud Schools Open The Red Cloud Schools opened Mon day with Superintendent Golwick in charge lie appears to bear the marks of an instructor who is In every wny capable of upbuilding tho schools. lie served in the army during tho late wcr and no doubt will have tho school bet ter disciplined than they have been n tho past two years. With the efficient corps of teachers the outlook for this year's school is very promising. Following are the names of the teach ers, the grade they teach aud the num ber enrolled: Mrs. Sherwood, Miss Traut Kind 4 garten 33 Miss Vorna Hutching, 1st grado 41 Miss Mildred llorcn, 2nd grade '17 Miss Icy McNair, 3rd grade 20 Miss Irma Oatman, 4th grade 30 Miss Gem White, Gth grade 21 Miss Josephine Davis, Prln., C grade 34 Junior High School Miss Fannie Hutchius, l'rlurlpHl Miss Cdytlio Beezley Miss Elsio Post Miss Cecilia Peterson Mr. E. Lyle Miller ' Senior High School Miss Cuhvlek, Principal Mias Helen Kciher Miss Margaret Hrooks Miss Florence llolinger Miss, Jessie Kellogg MlssPloreuce Monagon Miss Nina Simmons 11? 113 Old Settlers' Picnic At The Grcve Scuth of Cowles, Sept. 22 Basket Dinner-Everybody Come. Followin is a partial programg: Nebraska Under France and Spain.... E. J. Overlng Tho Louluna Purchase.. F. J. Munday The Nebraska Bill Fred Maurer The First Settlors ....Emanuel Peters Who Named Inavale? ,...W. J. Vanco The Elm Creek Stockade.. John Waller Life in Tho Red Cloud Stockade Mrs Fannie McUuno What, And How Wo Cooked in '71.... Mrs. Mary Arneson A Guide Rook Dugout Mrs. Orpha Pace Tho Fashions of 1870... Mrs. O. O. Cox Tho Prussians We Esteem Louis Pcislgor Oak Creek Pioneers Pascal Laird Norwegians in a Summer Land Miss Ada Skjolver Tho Now llohcmln..Miss Ilcssic Havel The Coming of theSwiss. .John Faruaui Dugout Comforts in '73 Mrs. Mary Sprocher Tho Virginians of the East Hon. R. B. Thompson Now Virginia G. P. Cuthor The Llttlo Bluo....Hou. W.E. Thorno Grandchildren of tho Pioneers ..Howard Foo and Win McUride The Newest Village of tho Couuty . . . L. E. Spenco Jim Doyle Dies at Hospital The first of the week Mr. and Mis. Jamos Doylo went to Kansas City where lie underwent an operation for hernia but could not survive the or-1 deal and passed away at ninu o'clock ' this uiorning,viiccordlng to woid re coivod by rolatives heio Itesldo tho wife, -iPvoial children and other rela tives, ho leaves a huge cireloof friends to mourn his untimely demise Jlr. ' Doyle is an old lesidontof this county aud has resided on a farm in Pleuratit Hill Township for many year.. At he time of going to press v an un able loam of funeral airangeinents. CITY COUNCIL HOLDS REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING Mayoicss Mnry Peterson called the Council together 'in regular session on! Inst evening, with all members pre sent nnd after the minutes of the Aug ust meetings were read and approved and tho report of City Treasurer S. R. Floranco presented and placed on fib?, Col. A. 11. McArthur nnd others, on behalf of the Firemen, appeared and asked Council to pass a new fire ordi nance which after being read nnd discussed was referred to the City Attorney for modification, in order that it might better cover the defects complained of. On the presentation of a written re quest by Frank Peterson for tho side walk along the west side of Lots 10, 11 and 12, Block 8, LcDucs Add. Council instructed the" owner to be, notified to construct same within ten days. Clark Stevens next appeared and asked Council to fix waterway on west side of Block 28, Red Cloud, said re quest being referred to the street committee. Tho City Clcik was instructed to certify to tho County Clerk tho amount of expense against property owner. for weed cutting and Supt. Frnzier, of tho Wntcr and Light de partment, was instructed to buy cer tain supplies during the month. Tho matter of Funding paving bonds in Districts 2, 3 and 4 was again brought up an-l a resolution which will bo given due publicity, was pass ed and adopted as presented. Tho Mayoress and Clerk wore in structed to call in the outstanding warrants on both oil engines, pay the interest on tho old ones and issue new warrants, viz: $14,000.00 on the two hundred horse power and $9,000 .00 on tho hundred horse power. The following claims were allowed: B. R. Frazicr. $160.00 CONCERT BY EMERSON WILLIAMS and JEAN MACNEIL N V. A. Patten Chas. Whitaker, Bert Perry S. R. Florance, O. C. Teel L. Doyle B THIS WILL BE THE SEASON'S MOST UNIQUE MUSICAL EVENT. IN ADDITION TO SINGING SEVERAL GROUPS OF SONGS, THESE FAVORITE ARTISTS HAVE CONSENTED TO COMPARE THEIR ART WITH ITS RECREATION BY MR. EDISON'S NEW PHONOGRAPH. THEY WILL BE ASSISTED BY CHESTER GAYLORD, PIANIST AND SAXOPHONIST. THE POPULAR SINGERS WILL APPEAR AT ESSE AUDITORIUM Thursday, September 29th Admittance by invitation only. A few reser vations arc still left. Wc shall bo glad to is sue these to music-lovers who apply, in order of application. Call, write, or telephone. TCT? uKasnoc Aq RED CLOUD, h" NEBRASKA niiniini C. R. Lewis L. Simpson Frank Clauson, A. B. McArthur. Smith & McKimmcy. Popo Bros. S. Mountford Emp. Liabil. Corp. Pittsburo; Meter Co. McMaslcr Cair Sup. Co. Johns Manvillo Co. Johnson Oil & Ref. Co. McGrnw Co. Wortlunglon Pump Co Westinghouso EIcc. Co, Crano Co. -. Nat'l Refining Co. Midwest Elec. Co. Clevo Loy. 125.00 85.00 75.00 337.39 45.CG 75.00 85.00 10.00 51.45 3.70 5.00 4.94 31.53 409.C6 , 2G9.51 , 32.40 COO , 122.2G . 18.00 . 3.29 . 2.58 . 13.91 . 133.00 . 100.53 . 12.C0 Grace Church Services 16th Sunday After Trinity Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning Service at 11 a. m. Evening Service at 8 p. m. Rasmus Jensen Passes Away Mr. Rasmus Jensen died at tho homo of his daughtor, Mrs. Ray Mnyo, near Inavale, last Sunday evening after hav ing been confined to his bed for two years as tho result of a paralytic stroke. He was G8 years, 8 mouths and 8 days of age aud a native of Denmark. FurwtlserYlc.we held frost, the - .i- & . . I - Mr. Farmer: Wc have always dealt with our patrons in a fair, square, open and above board fashion, giving you the best possible price for your produce and selling you goods at the lowest possible margin of profit. We believe in "putting all the cards on the table" Our competitors have advanced the price of cream five cents above the station price in order to attract attention to this particular item, using this as a bait to get your business coming their way after which the price can easily be adjusted to normal. We pay you as much as you can get any where By mis-leading advertisements you might be lead to believe that our competitors are pay ing more for your produce, than the Farmers Union', but this is not true WE POSITIVELY ' PAY YOU AS MUCH AS ANY BODY and what profit we make is paid back in dividends. It is a splendid idea for the farmer who has )1 had any differences occur in his tests, to weigh his cream before he takes it to a station. It is possible for an advanced test to be given' by deducting from your weight, which is very misleading to tho patron. The Farmers Union X. f . EdVb, Mgr. AaToZf Red Cioul, Neb. w A TSI.V V You are all heartily welcome to Ukw IMUr0.n(M9MTMHWW9 HUH tOl rWIUBlUB Wvtcos. ' ' ' - - SWI - -x -at "j, r 5RP 1 3 " ft .- tr-v XVZtX i 1 r wis - "3S- a.