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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1921)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. SEPTEMBER 29. 1921
That the only protection you have against the greedy,
avaricious trusts and big monopolies oft his country, which
feed on the efforts of the producer, i:, by standing firmly
together in self defense.
The big corporations z23 co-operate in prion
manipulation, securing your produce for juct
as tittle money as possible, and charging you
the maximum for goods you are required to
The Farmers Union is the Remedy
And there is nothing quits so obnoxious in the eyes of
the monopoly as a body of FARMERS FIRMLY CO
OPERATING in the interest of LEGITIMATE PRICES.
AH Sorts Of Unscrupulous Tactics Are Resorted To
in order to discourage such organizations. They will pay
big prices for one kind of produce for a short' time, in
order to "freeze out" their competitors in certain local
itiesand to evade laws which have been enacted to
protect you from such methods THEY HAVE MEN BUY
FOR THEM who term themselves "Independent
Stand By Your Union
Where you know you are working for your own interests
and not feeding up the trust so it can take hold on you in
a new place.
M. E. Appointments
At the lit i n mil coiiforclioo of the
Mothodlst, dim-oil, liuld tit Lincoln last
wcuk, the following pastors woro nitm
ed for the following towns in Wobstur
Hlue Hill, Ofiortfo M. East 1mm
Cowlos, W. V. liottys.
Inavulo, C. E. Sohofiolil.
Guide ltoek, C. V, I-usoher.
Marion, II. V. Martens.
lk'ri Cloud. II. V Cope.
Tint iimiiy friends nnri meuiliors of
tho Methodist ohiirh are vorv glari to
hear that Kev. Copo will preside over
tile local chinch another year Kcv.
K. X. Tomklns will he in chiirgo of
the Trinity (dmreh at liincolu, while
.1. I), iiuininel will .spend another
year at .St. Edward.
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J. F. Edwards,
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Red Cloud, Neb.
Pope Family Reunion
Sunday at Jones Home
A reunion of the Pope fumily and
old friends in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
CliU'ord Pope of lied Cloud, Netir., was
held on .Sunday at the summer home
of Mr. and Mrs. I.elloy Jones on Col
umbian Lake. An ideal day, a bounti
ful rilnnor and general good feeling
made the day a most enjoyable one. A
table laid for nlnetytwo was presided
over by Mm. llollis Gibson of Linri
which gives truth to tho old adage,
"One is us youne as one feels." Mr.,
Gibson is ninety years of ago and is
ono of tho few fit at settlers or Wau
paca county left with us.
Mi', and Mrs. 1'opo left for their
homo Tuesday after spending two
months in Wisconsin. This was Mr.
Pope's first visit since leaving Linri
thirty.eiK'ht years ago. Mrs. Glennie
Stotson accompanied them home for
tho winter. Waupaca County Post,
Wonderfully Clever Scenic
Ideas With "Listen To Me"
& &- ip
In buying groceries comes through
selecting the better grades from a
store you know you can depend
We 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
Groceries and Qucensware
Stolen Goods Purchased I
By Red Cloud Citizens
Saturday nitit .1. A Miller's (Jeneral
store at Uurr Oak, Kansas was broken
into and robbed of from S'-JoOO to MOCO
worth of dress goods, silks, ladies coats,
shoes, etc. Tho thieves were traced to
th's city and on Sunday moruiiiu com-1
moncing at 8 o'clock it is said there
woro as high as twenty automobile
lo.iris of men down tit the open air sale
on the rond along the Komjite farm
South east of this city. A large mini.
brof tho price tags were found on
this road anil also at the end of (lie
ro'iri near the river bank Tho tags
Were will ten by Mr. Miller and ab).
lately iudeutilled us having come from
Sherill' .loli n Cole of .Jewell county '
phoned al 11 o'clock and informed
Deputy Sheriff (toner of the robbery,
and after a little investigation ho dis
covered that goods were being sold ,
hero and phoned the olllcers in .lewell :
county who together with Mr. Miller
came to this city but the birds had ,
A few of the old goods woro found In
a straw stack and during (lie past few i
days a number of search warrants have
boon Issued and several homes were '
visited by the olllcers whoro some of
the goods were found and identlilcri ,
which had been purchased by some of j
tho residents of this city at very lowi
prices. It seems that this robbery was
'i pre-planned affair as some of tlio ,
citizens of this community who pur-1
chased stolen goods seemed to have
been informed before hand inasmuch ,
as somo of them were on hand at eight
o cock Sunday morning to make pur
Some of tho citizens are blaming
Sheriff UulTor becauso the thioves wore
not captured that day and wo want to
say in justice to this olllcerthal he was
on the mint with Geo. Harris' automo
bile from Hutchison, Kousas, and did
not arrive homo until nearly sup;), r
time at which time lie met Sheriff Cole
and Mr. Jllller who Informed him of
tlio roujiery. lie together with olllcrs
and othera have boon working diliuuit
ly on this caso.
It is also said that tho goods that
were stolen front Zelgle.r's store tit Itiv
urtou last week wi'r brougni h-re but
as jot they have not been found.
For the past twenty years this city
has been a "fence" for disposing of
Lu Comic and Fleshor's new musical
extravajMiizt, "Lihteu To Me" coining
to Hid U's.se Audltoiium next Sunday
Niljht October 2nd., has many novel
scenes. It requires tons of (.uonurv, a
lot of mechanical effects, numerous
eltctrical supplies, and a .stair of me
chanics to stage tiie massive product
ion. "Listen To Mo" embodies tho
last touch in mystifying stage malt.
This masterpiece opens with a uliinnsn
o'er tlio roof tops of Times Square ! stolen goods and the thleveri have es
New York City, then ushers you thru wiped. If tho law Kidding eiti.ius
hero would help the authorities L
stead of criticising them no doubt this
gang could bo brought to Justice, uuri
:i wolrri enchantment to the situation. i'illi0 t,llt() junnt to tho state penitent- ,
an elaborate transformation into
Hades, where a lurid glow bellowing
from the ovens of Satan's palace lend
iywmwwiwiiiyiiiii inm aiwmiiniMi wa in iwimmw
ADE and REPAIRED Also Upholstering
Any thing in the top line. First class workmanship
j. o. mum
A figurative solution of liquid is ap
plied instantaneously dissolving Harie.s
Into the desolate region of the North
polo, where a blizzard and blinding
snow s t o r in are raging. Ikimos
clothed in furs to dispell tho chill and
dog teams reposing after a strenuous
journey revel lu tho ico and snow sot
tied about them; while huts are heavi
ly laden with tho mantel of white.
Penetrating the fury of the storm is
the pale.and soinbro beams from tho
aurora .borealij as ic plays upon the
starlit heavens reflecting its peaceful
radiance upon the sparkling tracts of
endless waste and glittering glacierb
In tho land of the ml-Jnight sun below
In the second act the inhabitants of
this artic zone aro transmigrated into
quaint and picturosquo candylandf
where the fairy pathway is paved to
the last sceno of cupld's post-olllco and
a theatrical rehearsal is in progress
"Listen To Mo" Is tho finale of me
chauical stagecraft and soU this gorg
eons extravaganza as a pioneer in
Lutheran Church Notes'
O. It. IIei.nitz, I'astor
Itegular services are hold every first
and third Sunday m the month lu tlio
Adventist church, Corner of 3rd Ave.
and Walnut St.
Sunday School al 10 a. ui.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Hie English language is usod thru
out and tho public is cordially invited
tp attend these services,
iafy whore rightly they belong.
Married at Blue Hill
On Sunday afternoon two of our
young people, Harry Yost and Miss
Gertrudo Topham autocri to llluo Hill
where they were united in marriage
by Uev. I), (i. Diingan of that place.
Immediately after the corcmony tho
bridal couple left on a honeymoon trip
to Omaha ahd other cities.
The bride is tho daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Tophatn and for tho past
several years has been an efficient
operator in tho Parmcr'a Independent
Telephontj Company's exchange The
groom'isa son of Mr. .1. 12. Yost and
since serving in tho aviation corps
during the lato war lias been engaged
iir tho moat business. He and his wifo
have many friends who wisli iheui a
happy wtdriori life. Upon return to
this city tlio young couple will go to
hous-keeping in tlio Potter lesidenco
which was recently vacated by J. L.
See The New
We Mike 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
B. H. Newhouse
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Nothing can adhere to its hard, odor-proof, grease
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PYREX is the original the first transparent oven
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PYREX is rnndo in slmpcs nnd oizca for
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Business Men's Dinner
A business men's dinner hus boon
announced for next Monday and tho
Romiiiilto consisting of Kd (larber,
Uavo Kaiey and J. (J. Mitchell are de
sirous of knowing tho numbor wlio
can attend by Suttirritiy in order that
complete arrangements can bo mndo,
Dinner will boat 12:30 Monday at
the Masonic Hall, k
Wc do buildinti from the excavating to the painting
complete. We will figure your jobs to' furnish all mater
ials, or otherwise, to suit our customers. Wo do FRAME
BRICK and STUCCO work, Let us show you the differ
ence between good and inferior stucco.
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