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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1921)
RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
rHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Rod Cloud, Nobrnakck.
JJMAHUED EVEUV THURSDAY
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School Wear Week
School starts September 5th. While lots of mothers have
anticipated the dress needs for their little ones, many have
been delayed by one cause or another in making their
purchases until now, while scores of other needs will be
discovered wncn preparing tne ennuren lor scnooi.
Our Showing in Pretty School Dresses in the
READY TO WEAR
In Sizes From 4 to 20 Years at Prices That Will
Satisfy The Most Exacting
tarred In tho I'oMoltUf; nt iled (loud, Neb
ns Kcconit Clnis Matter'
A. U. MoAUTHUK.JKdltor and Owner
Foreign, por column inch 15c
Local. " " ' 10 it l2j
Nothing is more serviceable
for cool mornings for child
ren than a good sweater.
Before buying come in and
If you prefer to make
the dresses wo have a
nice line of gingham,
linen, poplin or wool
in most all of the
In buying hose you
want the best you can
get for the money. I
have selected my stock
of hose with care both
as to texture and price.
Agent for Home Journal Patterns
The Women's Store
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3 Mrs. Ed. Amack
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I. T. Amack
Amack & Amack -
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RED CLOUD. NEB
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Your Heavy Coat
Can be Dyed and Re-lined so You Can
Wear it Another Winter.
TALK TO US ABOUT IT
THE HUGHES WAY
Cleaners Dyers Tailors
Both Phones We call for and deliver
Bell 88, Ind. 193M your clothes
The Old'Settlers Picnic
Mirny pooplo enjoyed, the picnic
with the old nottlors ut Cowles, last
Thursday. They grew reminiscent
while eating thoir basket dlnnors in
the beautiful grove ami found out
miny intcreHting facts of early days.
This picnic (hew together a crowd of
young settlers also, ns well us the old,
and all felt they had something in
common on that day
Oi owing old is really nil intricate
pnblem. You can't always toll by
grayhnir, because ninny people niHy
have had sudden frights or BleUness
and tinned tray suddenly. Utit a
lendmicy to icuiinlsce and to tell the
world how much bettor things were
when yon wore younir is a straw that
shows which way tho years arc blow
ing. Hut thcro is ii curtain restfulness
about growing old and we noticed the
Old Settlers' calm ways no morolteep
ing up with the times, going-to dan
ces, wlion you'd rather stay at homo
nor strenuous hikes no more wild
Ua'shesjof ambition and yearning to
have your name carved in the Hall of
Fitine. You arc not wondering wheth
er you are going to set tho world on
lire, because you nro sure then that
you are not. You know more or less
what to expect of life now, for you
and life aro old hands at the game.
Kveryono.presont enjoyed hearing
the old settlers nnrrato on: State his.
tory, Indian wars, stockade life, early
cooking, school days, early hardships,
grasshopporjdays, arrival of the week
ly mall, miming now towns., buiralo
hunting, the Kuster bllzyaid; the Hist
school teacher, dugout life, singing
schools, styles, the Mist preacher, rom
ances, character of settlers, etc.
Each home, then, even tho ;i sod
house, was a place of friendship, quiet
t ul, ideal family life, and later on, of
dreams come true. They thought of
their noighboia as themselves, with
gain to all, and loss to note, if possi
ble. Those old settlers have since become
our great men here. Wo admire, more
and more, their grit nnd perseverance
in making this county what it is today.
It has been the place of our destiny
and how wo should like It and nvere
those that made it such.
It was a grcHt delight to have .Miss.
Wlllu .Seibert;Catlier present and say a
Tow complimentary ternaries ot Webs
tor County. Kho has helped iniiko this
section of Nebraska famous.
It was voted to continue these pie
tiles annually, inicl more persuasive
methods will be mod during the yeiti
to bring old settlers before the public
more often, so us to got over their
timidity Ji u public speaking, f o r
"(lights of woids tire moro fatal than
shrapnel," ns the soldier now says.
Here's hoping to see nnd hear nil the
old settlers at tho same place next
year and expect to see them in the
samo good spirits.
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E. S. Geurfoer
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your House And
Furnish You with Fixtures
Dp. E. GJifP
PI IONES Ind. 193-X Dell -18
Office Tuitiur c BIJg, formerly Occupied by
Attorney L. H. BlacUedge
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA
Dr.B8.V. N Ichelscn
JRed Cloud Nebraska
Notice of Administration
In the County Court of Webster
In tho tniittor of tho estate of Char
les It. Ilusse.Jdeceased.
TO Al.r. l'KBSONS I.NTCRKSTKD IN SAID
Notice is heioby given that Willard
U. Steward has this dHy filed a petition
In the county court, praying that ad
ministration of baid estate may be
graii tod to J. V. Auld, as administrat
or, and that said petition will be heard
boforo the court on the Uth day of
October, 1021, at the hourof lOo'clock,
A. M., at tho county court room in the
city of Red Cloud, in said county, when
all persons interested in said matter
may appear and show cause why the
prayer of petitioner should not bo
granted; and that notice of the tiling
of said petition, and the hearing there
of, bo given by publishing a copy of
this order In tho Red Cloud Chief, a
legal weekly newspaper printed and of
genoral circulation in said county, for
three coiiseuuthe weeks prior to Bald
day of hearing.
Dated this tilth day of Sopteinber.
A. 1). RANNKY, -(Seal)
A true cjpv.
i !Vr iasie wil1 tel1 you tIiat! For Camels
have the flavor and fragrance of choicest tobaccos,
perfectly blended. They're smooth and mellow
mild. TASTEh-ere,S N CIGARETTY AFTER-
We put the utmost quality into this one brand.
Camels are as good as it's possible for skill, money
and lifelong knowledge of line tobaccos to niake a
That's why Camels are THE QUALITY,
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Baptist Church Services
Preaching 11 u. m. uii(l7:30p in.
Sunday Koliool at 10 a in.
I'ruyer meeting 7:30onoli Wednesday
evening followoil by Choir practice.
We aro ploased to have all who do
not worship elsewhere to moot with us
Grace4 Church Services
10th Sunday After Trinity
Sunday School nt 10 a. m.
Holy Communion t 11 a, m.
EvouIdl' Service at 8 n7m. '" ..
You iro heartily weloomo ?do'lli qor
Publication of Summons.
.Samuel (Surlier; Mary A. Garbor; tho
heirs, devisees and successors in in'er
est of said named poisons and all per
sons having or claiming any interest
In Lot IS, in ltlock 0, of tho Original
Town or Red Cloud, in Webster Coun
ty, Nebraska, will take notice tint
lolin Cuininiiigs; Ueiilah M llltchell
and Mary S. Crelghtou as plaintlirs
have filed their petition mid commenc
ed an action in the District Court of
Webster County, Nebraska, against
thorn, the object and prayer of which
are to obtain a jndgmeht and docree or
said Court quieting and confirming in
the plaintiffs tho full owneiship and
title In and to said Lot IS, in Hlock 5,
of the Original Town of Red Cloud,
Wobster County, Nebraska, nnd for-
over bar mid exclude the dcfotidiintu
and all poisons other than the plain
tiffs from hereafter assorting, setting
up, or claiming any titlo or Interest lu
or to the said premise or .any part
thereof adverse to the present full
titlo nnd ownership of the plaintiffs.
Tho plaintiffs also pray for general
You are requirod to answer said peti
tion on filo In tho oiileo of tho cleric of
snld Court at Red Cloud, Nebraska, on
or beforo Monday, October 3lst, 1021.
Dated September 21, 1021.
John Cummings, et al,
Ry K. G. Caldwell,
Notice of Administration
In tho County Court of Webster
In the matter of the estate of Ras
mus Jensen, deceased.
To Am. I'nuso.Ns lNTi:m:sTK In Said
Notteo Is hereby given that Ray
Mayo has this day Hied n petition in
tho county court, praying Unit admin
istration of said estate may bo graut-
ed to (icorgo R. MoCrary, as adininis-'
trator, and that said potltion will bo '
heard before the court on tho Sth day
of October, 1021, at tho hour of 10
o'clock A. M., at the county court1
room In the city of Red Cloud, in said!
county, when all persons Interested in
said matter may appear and show cause I
why the prayer of potitlonor should
not bo granted; and that notice of the
llllng of said potltion, and the hearing
thoreof, bo given by publishing a copy
of this ordor in tho Red Cloud Chief, u
legal wookly newspaper prlutod nnd of
general circulation in said county, for
three cousouutive weokb prior to said
day of lioitring.
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WM..I7M b..0 umb uujr Ul hJClflDUAUUl
(S&1,) ' County Judge.
by use of
Travellers Cheques protect the tourist by
affording n sine lorm in which to carry funds.
These cheques, which are issued in denomina
tions of Sin, S2i). Sr.0, and 81()0, fiirnisli a ready
identification of the liold.r and are payable up
on uounter-sigiiature They are 'accepted
throughout the wmld bv banks, hotels, turns
pnrtHtiou sompaiiie. and busities houses.
Refore taking an extended trip lot our of floors
explain in detail tho advuntages of carrying
these cheques when travelling
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floiance, President Red Cloud, Nob. S. R. Florance. Cadiie
VtpotlU Guaranteed by the Depoiilort Guaranty Fumtofthe State of Xelratka
IF IT'S FENCE POSTS
We Have 'Em
Malone Gellatly Co.
S "Talk with ns about fence posts"
! PWIMWI 11TT11I
FRIDAY NIGHT - SEPT. 3
THE KROMATIC KIDS"
Guarantees You a Good Tlmo
Everybody Come Out and Shake Your Feet
Admission $1.10 Spectators 25c
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