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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 29, 1921)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
AS TOLD TO US k
Kat and (1 rl tile nl Powell it PopeN
bee the uptodnto I fin- of Indies toady j liny Broad tit Powell nni! Popes'
toweur co-its. mills and iIif-CH lit Mis .
L'hiues ston. Muiitlay
Frank Peterson and family spent
Tuesday in Hastings.
T. W. Edson was a passenger to
Hastings Friday morning.
Rev J. M. Bates was a passenger to
Hastings Snturday morning.
Clark Stevens was a passenger to
Hastings Wednesday morning.
Allen Cummings was a passenger
to Blue Hill Tuesday morning.
Mrs.' G. W. Hummel was a passen
ger to Lincoln Thursday morning.
Attorney .T. S. Gilliam was a pass
enger to Superior Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Maude Renfro departed Wed
nesday morning for Crawford where
he will visit relatives for awhile.
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. J.1IU ui-i-Mi'i 1IIIC in l.MUlt'1 lUillh,
Suits uiid Ui esses will bn on display at
Mrs. Plmius stole Oi'tober .'Iril.
Miss Ienora Springer returned to
Ragon Sunday evening after spending
the weekend here with relatives.
Mrs. G. W. Hummel returned home
Monday evening from Lincoln whole
she attended the Methodist conference.
When you rend the iiliibiistino nd In
this Issue lemumber n full line of these
tints are curt bd bj (liieo A, (Irlmes.
Sheriff Huffcr and Alt Nelson
returned home Sunday afternoon from
Hutchison, Kansas. They drove
George Harris' Uuick car home.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egglcston have
moved into the residence formerly
occupied by John Lauber and family.
C. D. Robinson went to Kearney
Monday morning ufter spending a
few days here with his wife and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gilliam of
Holstein, spent Sunday in the city
with his pnrcnts Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
T. AY. Whitley, who resides south
of Inavale, was in the city Saturday.
Lutheran services every first and
third Sunday in the month at 11 a. m.
Several from here attended the
ball game at Hastings Sunday afternoon.
Miss Mildred Mercer was a passen
ger to Elsie, Nebraska, Mondny afternoon.
State Deputy Sheriff 0. D. Hedge
spent Sunday hero with his wife and
A large number from hero attended
the county fair at Nelson the Inst of
Oscar Zciglcr and Verne Cady of
Rivcrlon were in the city Wednesday
The Kromatic Kids wore in Superior
Wednesday evening where they played
for a dance.
Rev. D. Fitzgerald wont to Superior
Saturday morning .where he held ser
George Ovcring went to Lincoln
Friday morning to nttond to some
Mr. Powell returned to Exeter
Saturday after spending a few days
hero wUh his son Oliver and wife.
Mrs. Laird Potter returned home
Sundny evening after spending a few
days with her parents at Hardy.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Robinson ol
Superior spent Sunday in the city
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Pope returned
home the last of the week from
i Waupaca, Wisconsin where they had
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Ucen visiting relatives anil friends.
Miss Gcrtrndo Wiggins departed
fuesday morning for Glen Rose, Ne
braska whore she will teach school
Contractor Grnnt Christy has com
pleted the stucco work on Mrs. Fry's
residence which improves its looks
Johcph Pavlic shipped two cars of
cattle to Kansas City, Sunday morn
ing and A. 11. Crabill one car of hogs
to Kansas City.
Mrs. George Hincs returned to her
home at Wymore Saturday morning
after visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Ailcs.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Zciglcr and
baby returned to their home in Lin
coln Thursday after visiting her
father, W. L. Weosner.
Howard Kaley. who is attending
the stato university at Lincoln, spent
the wet-kend hero with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Kaley.
Miss Mary Peterson returned home
Monday morning after spending a
couple of weeks with friends at Den
ver and Colorado Springs.
Mrs. Joe Holverson returned to her
home at Holdtege Saturday morning
after spending a few days hero with
Mr. and Mrs. Al Holverson.
Mrs. J. V. Waggoner returned to
her home at Genen Tin' dny morn
ing after spending a f w d.ij s here
with her son, R. II. W:icj,.nn
Miss Mildred McNeil vcurned to
her home at Sioux City, Iowa Friday
morning after spending a couple of
weeks al the Lcn Wilmot home.
The Degree of Honor will incut novt
Tuesday evening at T-.'lo sharp. Every
iiKtnbi'r should be present us there Is
work to be done.
WANTHD-Tobuy In bulk COO hi).
of tiistehiss Irish patulous at DO cents
per bushel. How soon enn you deliver?
W. V. Christen, Red Cloud, Nelu .gen
Mr. and Mrs. Win, Lain and his
mother returned home Saturday form
Omaha where they had boon 'visiting
relatives and attending Ak-Sarbon.
Miss Minnie Traut returned til her
work at McCook Monday evening after
spending a couple of days hero with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Traut.
Mrs. Elinoro Johnson returned to
her homo at York Saturday morning
after spending the past week hero
with her daughter, Mrs. W. .7. Linn.
Miss Stella Moedo departed Mon
day morning for Laramie, Wyoming
where she has accepted a position as
bookkeeper in one of the stores in that
Supt. M. F. MacLarcn and General
Superintendent E. Flynn of Lincoln
wcro in the city Thursday evening
inspecting the Burlington property
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bailey returned
homo Sunday evening from Superior
where they had boon visiting their
daughter, Mrs. Harry Waller and
Mrs. A. Wccott returned to Jici
home at Alma Sunday evening after
spending several days here with her
daughter, Mrs. O. S. ' Gleason and
Miss Minnie Christian returned to
Holdivgo Sunday evening after spend
ing Saturday and Sunday hero with
her mother, Mrs. J. L. Christian and
Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Grcgart of
Oberlin, Kansas went lo St. Joe Thurs
day morning after a short visit here
with her sister, Mrs. II. Neuorbcrg
Famous Prima Donna Coming
Mrs. Hoy Robinson departed Satur
day morning for her home at Chey
enne, Wyoming after spending a few
weeks hero with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. P. A. Jcrnberg.
The first foot ball game of the
season will be pluyed hero Friday
afternoon at which time the Alma
High School team will meet the local
team on the gridiron.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Robertson spent
Sunday in Hastings with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Roy Fearn, who underwent
an operation for appendicitis last
week in a hospital there.
Gerry Zeiss arrived here Monday
morning to go to work on the switch
engine in the yards. Fird Walker,
who hns been fireman hero for the
past month, went to McCook.
The officers at Fairbury passed
thru this city Monday afternoon with
three prisoners in their custody. The
young men stole a Rco car and got
ns far as Franklin where- Marshal N.
P. Phillips arrested them.
E. A. Mitchell and Roy Cramer
left Sunday morning for Paulsoy,
Nebraska where they will spend a
week hunting. Dewey Saladcn is
working as brakeman on No. 4 and 11
during Mr. Cramer's absence.
When the Besse Auditorium opens its doors for the
brilliant musical comedy success "LISTEN TO ME"
next Sunday night, Oct. 2nd, theatre goers will be
favored with the appearance of Maude Baxter in the
cast of this wonderful production. She is supported
by a wonderful company and the smartest chorus in
America. The play offers the most novel costumes
and scenic effects ever presented.
Prices $2.00 - $1.50 - $1.00, plus tax. Seats now
selling as Besse Auditorium Box Office, 1:00 to 5:00
HI Kf.t UBIIII ' ,
Howard Grahnm, who has been
running in hero from St. Joe on trains
15 and 17 for several years, passed
thru Thursday morning enroute homo
after spending a couple of weeks vis
iting in Los Angeles, California.
All nicinbois of the Odd Fellows utu
urged to attend the meeting Monday
owning Oct Ilrd. Mutters of utmost
Importance to oveiy member will be
up for consideration
By order of the X. (?.
'Men's and Boy's Clothing
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Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Bush and Dr.
and Mrs. W. H. McBrido autocd to
Hastings Sunday and spent the itay
with the former') son, Lynn Bush and
the hitter's duughter, Miss Tlielma
who ate attending the Hastings college.
Mrs. Smelser Laid to Rest
Mis Ir.i Smelser who was liikon to
the Univuisity Hospital in Oiiinlia u
few weeks ngo to ,10001x0 medical
treatment pn&-id away lit that city
Nettie Loggoit, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs R, It Loggott, was born May 17,
1802 being '.!!) yeius of ago tit the time
of her demise. In the year 11)08 she
was united in nmriingo ullli Ira Sinel
ser uiid to this union wore born seven
childien who together with hor parents
two sisters and 11 brother aro left to
mourn her death. One ulster, Mrs. Bert
Carr, having pieceuded her to the
Tho remains were brought to this
city Tuesday evening and the funeral
services weio bold WoilnoHdiiy after
noon at the Christ iuu chinch, Miss
Maijorio Owens in charge. Interment
wat made in the city ooinotery.
Loans made at lensoniiblo interest
Kites Loans closed as soon us title is
approved. li. W. Si nw.virr,
On Saliirdnj ufieiiicinn at '2 o'clock
Oct Stb. 1!)J1 the Annual Meeting ol
the StiieUholileis of thn Kartneih hide
poiiiiont Telephone I oiiipany will meet
at the Coilit lluiio Red Cloud, Xebr.
A lull attendance is requested.
O K KAMKV, I'lesident
l am icady as ulwajs to make any
mid all faun loans at the lowest rate
and best option Absolutely no wait
11 g end imi i.peiise fur inspection.
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SUPERIOR vs. RED CLOUD
Starke Diamond 3:00 p. m.
The Red Cloud team will bo spiked
up with soi oral good players from
Inavnlo, while the Superior team has
been stiongthened up also.
Come out and see this game
Bach tonai have a gntno to their credit
and this Is n "'rub" game, and will
probably bo the lust of the season.
pOR ten days that's all we've
done, is mark down every
thing in our store to meet the
demands of the present con
ditions. We Want Your Co-operation
IN OUR EFFORTS TO PLEASE
BOTH IN PRICES AND THE HIGH
QUALITY OF MERCHANDISE WE
Come in and Talk it Over
Always Courteous Trcalmcnt Whether
You Buy or Not.
Cowden-Kaley Clothing Co,
' lA ways Reliable
A WORD ABOUT PERSONAL SERVICE
VOUR purchase pf n watch or n diamond,
of silver tableware or personal jewelry,
will be much more satistnctory if
your choice is guided by expert
We nte nlwnys plad to help our pMrons
with BURRcatipiiB, to pivc litem the benefit
of our years of experience.
I ti is dcrvtcc costs
nothing, but ndds
li.n'in .v- o,u
Sundny afternoon the Bangcrt
Bros, nnd Inavale played ball at the
latter place. The game went eleven
innings with a score of 9 to 7 which
resulted in a defeat for tho homo
team. A large number from hero
attended tho game.
fir FflLi'X AT.KO.YV. EXPECT YOU
y,' i??Zfy&3M$Z83A V,SIT
.iiA,-ivrillct v ilMVrtty Hlrlt, I'unnyCtownt
Gn,te ICiuirai'f, IJillimtC Scinlo Iinviror.iuci.t.
iY. HNEii DAILY, aiSj EVNG3 fli30
. ,cvtycod arnr ikanydody
iii fcv -'s Ctxfjrf ad Daa JKiaa Wtet ol QblcozJ
Tho Omtthii Grain ExcbunRe re'
gnrds the farmers of jjebruHku ns
oo workers in tho job of feeding
the world. Tho system now in op
eration Is tho climax of economy
and efficiency, nnd in order that
you may bo satisfied that this is
true, you are cordiiilly invited to
eomo or hend your representatives
to investigate in every dotnil the
progress of your Kraln through this
uiiuUet on its way fiom your farms
to tho city consumers, Omiibii
Hrnln Morulinnts will reeeivo you
into their offices and open to yon
their books in order that you may
thoroughly understand tho base
lessness of thn uliurco that existing
methods aro "iiiiRntlhf.u'toiy" you
can see Unit thri' is no "duplica
lion of effott" no "lost motion'
In the marlut'ntr .1 scliinerj no
iippri'cuiblo "in.inipiilution" that
no "wasteful" methods exist so that
Inrther havings would bo impassi
ble You urn welcome to a full In
jiintion into t ho supposed mysteries
of 'ho trade in order that you may
understand Hint no real mystorle
exist but that tho grain trade as
now cond noted is the most thor
oughly competitive of nil lines of
trndo and heuco is tho most econ
omically handled, bringing to tho
producer tho largest posslblo result
for bis toll Therefore, it no doubt
Is the DUTY of overyono to nc
quaint himself with tiie workings
of tho Grain ICxoimnge beforo try
ing to replnco it with an untried
experiment. ' ;
i S.t ( ror-i 1 a u ( .,
. C. MITC
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Routt County Lump
We sell for cash that's
why we sell cheaper.
Just For Comparison
1913 - - 1920 - - 1921
has been Jig 11 red out, that in building a certain
house, the LUMBER cost
$1,600.00 in 1913
$3,300.00 in 1920
$2,000.00 in 1921
Freight has advanced $aSo.oa on this material, since
J9l3 which 'wakes the lumber cost at the present time a
irijic vvvr ytiuu.uu rnui t (tuiri u um in Jytj i.n.iiiint vj ,
h freight raise.
Piatt c6 Frees
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