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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1921)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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AS TOLD TO US
Eat mid drink nt Powell ifc Fopo's
Roy Rust spent Thursday in Hast
ings. N. I Phillips of Franklin was
the city Tucsdny.
Jim McBrido was down from Cowles
E. J. Ovcring went to Lincoln Mon
day to attend the state fair.
Ed Garbor went to Lincoln
day to attend the state fair.
Dennis Manloy went to Lincoln
Monday to attend the state fair.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Hughes spent
Sunday with relatives at Clay Center.
Lutheran services every first and
'third Sunday in the month at 11 a. m.
Carl McArthur went to Lincoln
Monday morning to attend the State
W. G. Hamilton was in Omaha
Friday attending to some business
matters. ' '
The American Legion Fost will hold
a meeting in the I. 0. 0. F. hall Fri
Don Fulton returned to Lincoln
Friday morning' after spending a
few days here.
Mn and Mrs. Edgar Cowdcn re
turned homo the last of the week
Mrs. Will Hunt went to Lincoln
Friday morning to attend the state
fair and visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Ollic Ellison have
moved into the Chas. Fotter property
on west Fourth avenue.
Chas. Mocde of Blue Hill spent Sun
day in the city with his sister, Mrs.
Grant Turner and family.
M1ss Anna Gilliam departed Fri
day morning for Gothenbcrg where
she will teach school this year.
Mr. and Mr?. C. II. Miner and child
ren returned homo Friday from Tren
ton where they spent the summer.
The Ladies of the Congregational
church will hold a market nt Wecs
nor's store Saturday, September 10th.
Cecil Brunei- of Hustings arrived in
tho city Thursday evening to visit his
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Brunei.
" Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Britton of
Guide Rock spent Sunday in the city
with their son D. G. Britton and wife.
Miss Anna Ranney went to Hast
ings Friday morning where she will
teach in the city schools there this
Miss Christine Caldwell went to
Franklin Saturday morning. She in
tends to teach school near that place
Bert Hatfield, George Kailey and
Carl McArthur attended the Blue Hill
vs Hastings Legion ball game at Hast
County Agent Henry Fausch and
tho stock judging teams from this
county went to Lincoln Friday to at
tend the state fair.
Miss Margaret Miner departed
Friday morning for Alliance where
she will teach in the city schools of
that place this year.
Miss Paulino Gellatly of Indian
apolis, Indiana arrived in tho city
Thursday to visit her brother, H. C.
Gellatly and family.
Last Thursday night some one broke
into George Harris garago and stolo
his Buick nuto and up to this time no
trace has been found of it.
t A largo number of tho base ball
sports from hero expect to attend the
Campbell vs Blue Hill ball game at
tho latter place Sunday afternoon.
Chas. Huffcr and Lee McArthur
departed Monday afternoon via auto
mobile for Herrick, South Dakota
;yvhero tM6 former will look at some
i Monday afternoon, the Xcnsjngton
ijall team, which is n salaried team
and is taking n tour, played aganjo
K.with the local team. Onr team was
iput classed and wore defeated by a
liny llrond tit 1'owell and Popes'.
Chas. Clark spent Tuesday in Superior.
George Barry is attending the state
fair this week.
Cecil Crowcll was a passenger
Lincoln Wednesday morning.
Joe Crow was down from Republi
can City the first of the week.
Attorney A. M. Walters of
Hill was in the city Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Strnyer and
children returned to their home at Mc
Cook Saturday evening nfter a short
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Tun
quary. Mr.. Everett Stroup wont to Lawr
ence Monday afternoon to visit rel
atives. Yancc Sorgenson went to Lincoln
Wednesday morning to attend the
Mrs. Ed McAllister and daughter
went to Beatrice Sunday morning to
Mr. end Mrs. Ben Fegg and daugh
ter Irma went to Lincoln Monday to
attend the state fair.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crafford have
moved into the Earner property which
he purchased last spring.
Will Gilliam arrived in the city
Tuesday evening to visit his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gilliam.
Mrs. Monroe Rcnkel went to Lin
coln Wednesday morning to visit her
sister, Mrs. D. D. Sanderson.
Miss Mamie 'fritz of Omaha ar
rived in the city Tuesday evening to
visit at the J. W. Hauck'homc.
Fred Eddy returned to Smith Center
Wednesday after being called here lo
attend the funeral of his mother.
W. A. Romjuc departed Saturday
for Texas where he intends to buy
some cattle to feed this winter.
Mrs. Joe Crow of Republican City
arrived in the city Wednesday morn
ing to visit relatives and friends.
J. E. Yost shipped a car of cattle
to St. Joe Tuesday morning. He went
to St. Joe in charge of the shipment.
George Havcrcamp returned home
Tuesday evening from Grinell, Kansas
where he had been looking after his
Miss Blnncne Boner returned to
Lincoln Wednesday morning after
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Eustis Bean shipped one car of cat
tle to the Kansas City market Sunday
morning. Dclancy Bros, one car of
hogs to St. Joe.
The Woman's Christian Temper
anco Union will hold their county con
vention in the M. E. church at Inavale,
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Runchey of
Grand Island are visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harpham, who reside
north, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hartman de
parted Wednesday morning for St.
Joe and Kansas City where they will
spend a few days visiting.
Miss Maudie Williamson returned to
Denver, Colorado Monday morning
after spending a couple of weeks
with relatives and friends.
Mrs. George Hines returned to Wy-
Imorc Sunday morning after spending
a few days here with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ailes.
Mrs. J". E. Jnrboo of Lincoln ar
rived in the city Tuesday evening to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Thomas, and other relatives.
Mrs. Burden, Miss Jessie McCallum,
Mrs. Clura Walker and her farther, J.
M. Burgess, went to Lincoln Sunday
via auto to attend the state fair.
W. L. Wecsner went to Lincoln
Wednesday morning to visit hia
daughter, Mrs. Guy Zcigler and fam
ily'nnd also attend the stato fair.
Allen Cummings returned to Hast
ings Monday morning after spending
tho week end 'here with his wife arid
baby who aro visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cummings.
Messrs. ,Wulton and Walton of
Aberlin, Kansas wcro in tho tho city
Monday and leased tho Newhouse
building and. they expect to open a
garage in Uie same some time this
J. V. Corbi'tt is able to be up iiRuln
aftor beiiifj sick tho piisL tlireo weeks1
COLORADO LAND -Fifteen choice
sceliou.o, east of Cheyenne Wells, u
BARGAIN for (jL'ICK sale. Write
C. E. Mitohem, HiuvhkI, Illinois.
Mrs. Ida Springer and daughter,
Miss Lcnora returned homo Friday
from Boulder, Colorado, where the
latter had been attending summer
Mrs. Homnn fate and children re
turned to their home at Stratton
Saturday after visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. A. Clark and other rel
atives. The Red Cloud nnd Superior ball
team crossed bats hero Sunday after
noon. The local team won the game
by a scorp of 112 to 0. The spectators
enjoyed the game very njuch.
While plujItiK on tho totor board, at
the Lincoln school Wulnesdiiy after
noon, John L. Hamilton, bun of Mr.
atid Mrs. W. 0. Hamilton, Usui tlio nils
fortune to fnll and bioak his arm.
T. E. Blake departed Thursday
evening for Arapahoe for n short vis
it. Before returning to this city he
expects to spend a few days at Den
ver, Colorado and North Platte
Lynn Bush arrived in tho city Sun
day morning to visit his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. N. B. Bush. Ho lias quit
the Burlington and expects to attend
the Hastings College this year.
Mr. and Mrs B. F. Perry and child
dren returned home Saturday even
ing after spending a week with his
parents at Harvard and also her sis
ter, Mrs. Guy Zciglcr at Lincoln.
Four trains of stock consisting of
one hundred and forty three cars and
including that loaded here passed thru
Red Cloud Sunday morning enroute
to the St. Joe and Kansas City mar
kets. . L. Hines went to Wymorc Sun
day morning to spend the day with
his parents, Mrs. Hines who had been
visiting in Lincoln met him there and
they returned home on the evening
Mrs. Alf Saladen nnd daughter,
Irma, returned home Sunday morning
after spending the past two months
with their daughter and sister, Mrs.
Roy Whitnker and family at Los
F. W. Cowdcn went to 'Republican
City Friday morning to .conduct a
sale lor tho Cowdon-Kaley Clothing
Co. 'Before returning home
stop at several other town1?
western part of the stale.
Tht Dt'srreu of Honor mot Tuesday
evening In tho I O O. F. lirill. A
lujjp number of members were pros,
out and they all had some word to say
for tho good of the order. The lodge
will meet again in two weeks at which
time a program will be given.
Jim Mc Intosh started via auto
Sunday on a trip to Denver, Colorado
but he got as far as Alma and broke
his auto. He went to Alma Tuesday
morning with the intention of driv
ing his car home and stopped at Re
publican City to visit Jos Crow but
it rained there all night and he re
turned home Wednesday morning.
"Whoever thought of Robinson
Crusoe as a successful advertiser? Yet
ho was as history proves," says tho
American Gns Association Monthly.
"He knew what ho wanted a ship
and bo put up an ad for one, He flung
a shirt on a pole at the top of his
island; that, in the language of the
sea, w.as plain to every sea-faring man.
The circulation was small there was
no other medium but Crusoe kept nt
it, despite the fact that ho got no in
quiries for a long time. He changed
his copy as one garment after another
was frayed out and in the end ho got
what he wanted, But had ho taken
down the signal after a time and de
clared "advertising doesn't pay,"
where would Crusoe and his story
have been today?"
One of J. C. Mitchell's neighbors
tells a good joke on him of another es
capade with an imaginary robber, al
though this time Jim decided to do his
own shooting in us much as Marshal
Doyle made such a mess of the last
affair in which Dr. Hurst played the
leading role. One night last week Mr.
Mitchell heard the purr of a motor that
sounded exactly like his "Lizzie". De
ciding that someone was trying to pur
loin her from his garage he took his
revolver and went oat to investigate.
After looking over his premises but
unable to locate thothlef be found up
the alley that bis law abiding neighbor
W. A.'Maynard had just put his oar up
forihe night. Jim didn't shoot but
wo don't blame him for not wanting to
loso his maohiuo us be had just had it
painteu anu pousnea.up.
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Notice Is lieioby given tlint the
Mayor mid City Council of tho City of
Red Cloud. Nobraslut, did on tho (Uli.
diiy of September, 1021, adopt u reso
lution dltcctlng the City Clerk to pub
lish the following notice:
There are (lellti(,iiont paving bonds
and coupons of the following paving
districts of saJd City outstanding as
Paving DIstilet No. 2. Amount of
bonds S500.no. Ordered issued on tho
1st day of Juno 1020.
PnviiiK District No. tt. Amount of
bjiula W0OO.00. Coupons SU.OGO.OO.
Ordered issued on the 11th day of. lime
Paving District No. I. Amount of
bonds fJ.OOO 00. Coupons S'i'MO CO Or
deled Issued on the lllb day ot June
All of which bear Interest at tho ta'o
of six per cent per milium, payable
It Is proposed to issue funding bonds
in exchange therefor to boar no great
or Interest than six percent pur annum,
payable semi annually.
Any tax payer may Illo objections to
the issuance of said funding bonds on
or before tho 23 day of September,
1021 in tho olllce of tho City Clerk or
0. C TEKL
(Seal.) City Clork.
NOTED SINGERS IN RECITAL
HERE LAST OF MONTH
Miss Jean Mac Neil, contralto, and
Emerson Williams, baritone, assisted
by Mr. Chester Gaylord, pianist, will
bo heard in an unique recital at Bcsse
Auditorium on tho evening of Sep
Miss Mac Neil and Mr. Williams
proent a part of the program in
"Kilts". They sing the songs of Bon
nie Scotland, and from expression of
the press in cities where they have ap
peared, they arc extremely efficient
in dialect. In addition to solos, they
s!ng duets which are said to be 'de
lightful. Tho second part of the
program consists of solos and duels
of American songs.
Miss Mac Neil is said to possess a
voice of rare beauty, while Mr. Will
iams lias boon acclaimed as ono of the
foremost bass-baritones in the concert
field. They have been decided favor
ites in Chautauqua for several sea
sons, and come to us highly recom
mended. Mr. Chester Gaylord is an artist of
considerable reputation who has tour
ed the country for several seasons,
making friends nnd admirers wher
ever ho has been heard.
Admittance to tho recital will be by
card of introduction only which may
be Fccuicd from, E II. Newhouse.
August Weather Report
Temperature: Meir.i 7S dot' . maxi
mum Hit deg , on 2THi, i ininitim H
dog. on 8th
Precipitation: Total O.01 inch.
Number of days Clear 10, partly
cloudy 7, cloudy 5. Thunderstorms on
13th mid 14th. Prevailing wind S 13 0
diys. Rainfall since Jan. 1,11.81 inches.
Chas. S. Lu How, Observer.
Mrs, Aubushon, Mr. and Mrs Lew
Aubusbon and Mrs. Chas. Brubakcr
raturned home Wednesday evening
from Lincoln where they attended tho
Tho Crepo Hanger was born wear
ing Blue Glasses, with a Hammer In
ech Iland. Ho Worries, he Btewfl,
ho Frets, ho Complains, he Knock,
ho' Gossips and ho Views With Alarm,
bat tho Old Town wagfl oa Just the
Same because Nobody takes his Ad
vl.ee. or pays any Attention to tho Old
I am ready as always to make any
and all farm loans at tho lowest rate
and best option, Absolutely no wait
Ing and no exponso for inspection, -j '
jlOrfA i .i Y.'kv-il Ji H. Bailey;
We are thinking of
This week and havo made big preparation for his new
Plenty of new Kaynee Waists and Shirts
$7.00 to $1.50
Knee pants Caps-OverallsShoes
All priced to your satisfaction
"IRON CLAD" Stockings nowSOc
The best boys' stocking in America. Heavy and medium
weight, black or brown.
See us for your boys' school needs.
Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co.
A ways Reliable
At New Low Prices
It is lime you had that new clock!
You have "coal oiled" the old one until
it is no good and will not keep time;
The New Low Prices Will Interest You
A GOOD $12.00 CLOCK AT
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MADE and REPAIRED Also Upholstering
Any thing in the top line. First class workmanship
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Come to our store and let us show you the most
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The wavy strand wires expand and contract with the
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