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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1921)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. SEPTEMBER 15. 1921
'if is EASY to wash PYREX
( Nothing can adhere to its hard, odor-proof, crease
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 slmpc3 and 6izcs for
every practical Imking purpose. It is a saver
or time, tucl and Ldishwashing drudgery.
Booster's Trip Tomorrow
HOLD SHOUT SESSION
A booster's trip for the purpose of J Red Cloud Nebraska, Sept. 13
ndvertisin llio local Fanners' Iu9tl- The County Board, of Commissioi
tttto is being planned for tomorrow cm met us per adjournment at JO
and nil business men and citizens who. 'clock " wit, all members pro-
sent mm iransucicu uic iouowing
uro interested in this yenrly event are
invited to participate. A number of
ours will be furnished and those desir-
I ing to go can do so by being at the
(tiico it Grimes corner at 9:00 a. m.
Let's have a good turnout and boost
for the Institute.
Commercial Club Appoints
In buying groceries comes through
selecting the better grades from a
store you know you can depend
Wc pride ourselves on our sincere desire
to have in stock at all times the best
quality food stuffs at moderate prices.
Satisfaction or your money back guarantee
P. A. Wullbrandt
Groceries and Qucensware
In accordance with a law passed by
the 1921 Legislature making it com
pulsory that the County Superinten
dent appoint a Truant Officer fov
Webster county a motion was made
by Chaplin and seconded by Shidhr
that P. II. Honor be appointed to ill
this office and receive the sum of
$1.00 per day for each day actually
nnivitrnil in thin wnvlf !iwl In lir ill-
Mr S Kni-rlmnn sprrfarv ! lWC(l ir C(-'nls P01' milc ior cucn nil'
mr. a. naraman secretary lrnvclccl in th0 performance of his
On Tuesday evening the officers and ' cJuSrncy was instruct
n large number (if members ot Uu- 0,i to tart the proper action accoH
Cuintuerciiil Club met at their club'inr to law airainst the children of
Mrs. Crow to compel them to con
tribute to the support of their mothe.'.
The Bond of Lawrence Doyle as
Constable was approved by the Board.
On Motion the claim of Amos Cut
ter for $180.00 for house rent for
Graycry Bennett of Bladen was iv
jnctcd. Motion carried.
The following claims were audited
and allowed and County Cleric .'n
structcd to draw warrants on the
proper funds in payment of same.
Grant Shidler.. .. S 70.C0
room', at which time those present de
oidod to employ Mr. S. Ilurdtnati as
J secretary, he to have the est room for
an ofllec and will be found there sev
era I Ik iks each day devoting his time
t to the upbuilding of the club and lu
torestsof community. They also de-
(eided to secure some organization to
. furnish the lunch for the Golden Hod
Highway boosters who will stop in this
city on their trip.
Attempts to Hold Up No. 16
Parksville, Mo , Sept. 11. A bandit
who tonight attempted to hold up
Chicago, Burlington & Quiucy pass
enger train No. 10, southbouud near
here, was captured by the crew itud
sent to Platte City, Mo.,. under guaTcl.
Police and state authorities late tonight
wutu investigating reports that the
man had two confederates aboard tho
train who jumped when the third man
The man who attempted the robbery
boarded the. train at St. Joseph, Mo.
Monday's Omaha World Herald
October 2o-'2S are the dates for this
year's Farmers Institute Already
plans have been made for a bigger .md
better Institute than ever befoie. Tho
schools will givo a musical, moving
pictures will show scenic Nebraska
and her Industries, University profess
ori will bo with us and all the enter
tainments and lectin es dining tho J Bill Colby.
evenings will be the- best that can be
Tho dairy depart incni will be a spic
ial feature this year and there will Lo
a big show of horses. Now is thotitno
to select your exhibits for the farm
products department. A common re
mark at the institute is tills one "If I
had known that there was nothing
better than this I would have brought
a real one". Do it now. Tbelnstltuto
is for all so let evoryono enter some
thing. Thero will be two parades and
a big time for all. Lets go.
C. A. Waldo
M. D. Jones Co
Morhai t B ros
Milbuin & Scctt
State Journal Co.
Woodruff Printing Co.
Hillyard Chemical Co
National Wood Co
Anna U. Spanogic
Red Cloud Chief
K. B. Printing Co
POOH FARM FUND
Yost & Son
T. II. Dcakin -
Graham Furniture Co.
Standard Oil Co
Farmers Union Hcd Cloud
Shaffer Oil Co
E. J. Emcrton
II. L. Schenk
J. K. Martin
Emil Lark . .
Funeral for James Doyle
Board adjourned to meet October 4,
B. F. PERRY
In'ordcr to close out our present stock of wall paper
in a hurry
We Have Cut Prices to The Quick
distoSof 20, 2 S and 30
From Original Retail Price. ,
Which brings them down to cost prices and lower
CHAS. L COTTING
Last Saturday morning funeral ser
vices were conducted from tho Catholio
church for James Doyle, Father Fitz
gerald being in charge. A largo num
ber paid their last respects to the de
ceased who had a largo circle of fi lends
and stood high in tho community, by
their presence Interment was nuulo
in tho Catholic Cemetery.
James Doyjo was born May 10th
1&03 at Stroetcr, Illinois, and passed
away after an operation In a hospital
'at Kansas City, September 8th, 1921,
being over llfty three years of age. Hu
' camo to Nebraska when but a boy and
t lived in the vicinity of Guldo Hock un
til the year 1895 when he moved to tho
1 farm in Ploasunt Hill township whero
' ho resided until tho tlmo of his death.
Ho married Agnes Postllwait Febr
uary Gth, 1891 aud to them were born
seven children: Mrs. L.T. Gillian of
Hardy, Mrs. Ed Donton of Bladen,
James of Cowles, Harold, Frauds,
George and Marcoylcuo who are at
homo. Ho leaves llvo sinters aud four
brothers besides bis wife and children
to mourn his untimely demise.
Congressman E, W. Andrews of
Hastings was la the city Tuesday
NOTED SINGERS IN RECITAL
HERE LAST OP MONTH
E. H. Ncwliouso will present Miss
Jean MacNeil, and Mr. Emerson
Williams, assisted by Chester Gay
lord at Bcsso Auditorium Thursday
This trio of artists comes to us with
the highest tributes of press and pub
lic. Miss MncNcil and Mr. Williams
have occupied solo positions in tbo
largest churches in New York, in
addition to Concert and Oratorio
work throughout America. While
they specialize in songs of Bonnie
Scotland, which they present in Scotch
costumes, they never fail lo please in
tho Oratorio and Concert numbers.
They lmvo contributed their share to
the success of many of our worthy
Chester Gaylord is an artist who
lias mado many friends among dis
criminating music lovers for his sin
cere musicianship and unusual ability.
There nro indications that some
thing out of tho ordinary will Jo heard
at the Recital, although E. II. New-
house refuses to divulgo just what it
is. Tho reporter has his suspicions.
If they aro correct, those who attend
arc apt to have a very pleasant surprise.
and JEAN MACNEIL
THIS NOTABLE MUSICAL EVENT IS
PRIMARILY AN INVITATION AFFAIR. A
PEW RESERVATIONS ARE AVAILABLE
FOR PUBLIC DISTRIBUTION. MUSIC
LOVERS CAN OBTAIN THESE TICKETS
WITHOUT CHARGE, BY APPLYING IM
MEDIATELY TO THIS STORE.
THESE FAVORITE ARTISTS APPEAR
"WIS v v. TCTlltiM
Thursday, September 29th
In addition to singing several groups of
songs, Mr. Williams and Miss MacNeil have
consented to compare their art with its RE
CREATION by Mr. Ediscn's new phonograph.
Chester Gaylord, pianit and saxophonist, will
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Are one thing you have to buy
almost every day, so it is important
that you get them where service
and quality are to be obtained at
the lowest prices.
A trial will convince you that this store satisfies
each requirement fully.
Grace, Church Services .
17th Sunday After Trinity
Sunday School at 10 a. in.
Morning Servlco aud Sermon by Rov,
J.JiI.-Batos.at 11 a.m. . " ,
vA PnnnllKr Rnrvlfift. r .
And Bear in Mind
That we are prepared to handle your
Cream, Ejgs and Poultry
to the best possible advantage and pay you
The Highest Market Price
The Farmers Union
1 J. F. Edwards, Mgr. -1 7 Red Cloud, Neb.
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