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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1921)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, OCTOBER 6, 1921
W. A. Stevens Film Attractions present
Ex-Sergeant C. W. Stevens
Company C, 353rd In!., 89th Div., With his
5000-Feet Front Line Pictures-5000
Not a hashed up War Drama nor staged in Army Training
Camp, but ACTUAL FRONT LINE PICTURES
Educational -Authentic - Historical
ACTION ALL THE WAY THROUGH
Every Real American Should See This!
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JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Isador Johnson Becomes
Partner in Furniture Co.
A deal whs cousutnatod tho last of
the week whereby Mr. Isadore John
son purchased an interest in the Gra
ham Furniture Company's business in
tlils city and the firm will oporato in
the future under the style of Johnson
as urauam Furniture Company.
Mr. Johnson has been munager of
the Graham Furniture store hero for
the past two years and has proved
himself a competent and conservative
business man and the business hns
thrived under his successful nianne.
moot, The com pan. 7 have addod Vic
toiolas, Victor lecords and sheet music
to their line besides having one of the
most complete stocks of furniture In
the entire country.
Tho business will continue undor the
personal direction of Mr. Johnson.
RED CLOUD, NEDRASKA
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I Next Sunday and !
Prices 20c and 40c Includim
Benefit American Legion
A WORD ABOUT PERSONAL SERVICE
VOUR purchase of a watch or a diamond,
of silver tableware or personal jewelry,
will be much' more satisfactory it
your choice is guided by expert
We are nlwayo glad to help our patrons
with suggestions, to give them the benefit
of our years of experience.
1 hi9 service costs
nothing, but adds
Ask to see "1835
JR. Wallace ."
The Bohemian Girl
The subscription sale to thu Dunbur
English Operu Company which will
sing ltonemttin Ctrl at tin- Ueso Audi
toriiitu Thuisil.iv, October l.Hli. is still
open lor rosei vatious All requests
1110 being filled in the order of their
Ralph Dunbur, thu well known Chi
cago producer bus given his operas a
gorgeous setting and tiic appearance
Here will mark an epoch in musical
and theatrical annals. Thu btar role ill
tho operu Is being sung by Lornu
Uoouu Jackson, whose interpretation
hist season of tho capricious "Carmen"
was warmly acclaimed by critics thru
out tho United States. Miss Jackson
is possessed of a wonderful voice of
great range and dramatic power.
Chamber of Commerce and I
Business Men's Lunch'
DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS
District Court opened Monday
morning with Judge Blacklcdge on
the bench, with Lee Johnston acting
as officiul Court Reporter.
The jury cases were continued until
next Monday morning, at which time
the jury was notified to appear. The
following cases will probably be tried
to tho jurf:
William Hicks and Elmer Fogg vs
Johnston 11. Wisccarver vs Roscoc
Arthur M. Householder vs Peter
..Mi-pel et al.
Other ca-cH d'.-posed of by the court
wore as follows:
j State vs Chcrral R. -Koontz, dis
missed. j State vs Lloyd Crabill, continued for
State vs Murel Fentress, sentence
of .'10 days additional in jail, on pica
State vs Rhine Birkner, sentence of
.10 days additional, in jail, on pica of
Tolloy vs Slawson, continued for
Starr vs C. B. & Q. Ry, continued
Johan Pohl vs Charles Reddon,
David Z. Muzzcrt vs Charles Rod
Alice Bessie Mcintosh vs Edgar
Tho Clarke Buchanan Co. vs Harris,
Grace Hume vs Robert J. Hume,
divorce for plaintiff and custody of
Luther C. Brown vs Willard A.
Vaughan A. Hall vs William Kittoll,
settled and dismissed.
Fred Goll vs Adolf Stumphenhorst,
John Barkley vs Guy Merrill, con
tinued. Effio Holcoml) vs John Holcomh,
John A. Elliott vs William D. Gut
James W. Auld vs Louisa F. Han
sen, confirmation of sale.
Charles It. Bossc vs Cora E. Brcrc
ton et al, continued.
D. W. & F. G. Turnurc vs Board
of County Commissioners, continued.
Ruby Schouberg vs Henry Ander
son, continued. '
Chcrral R. Koontz- vs Forest L.
Koontz, sale ordered.
' Mrs. Anna Kemples vs Gcorgo
John Cummings ct al vs.- Samuel
Garber etsnl, continued.
On Monday last the first monthly
Booster Luncheon was served iu tho
Masonic Hall to over sixty of our lead
ing business and professional men and
The Indies of the Eastern Star serv.
cd'the elegantly cooked chicken, sweot
potatoes etc in their most admirable
As the affair was lamely in tho inter
est of good roads tho Secretary was in
structed to invite tho County Comtuiss
ioners who, it was thought would bo
in Session. Only one of them showed
up, viz Mr. Stumphonhotst of Itltio
Hill. Mr. Fdiibch was present and hud
expected to bring Mr. Iloainerfrom the
State Agricultural College to address
Mr lioomer did not arrive however
nntl Mr Fitusch made a very capable
substitute. Fir.st addressing those
present upon tho importance of the
Furtneis Institute ho swung mound
upon the topic of roads and made a,
splcnd'd opening for discussion. j
Mr. Connie Starke, Mr. Frisbie, I)r
Damorell, Mr. Frank Cowden and oth-'
ors discussed the matter most inter
estingly. Mr. Stumphenhorst and Mr. Perry
were both called on for a few remarks
and at the end of the meeting upon
motion, of F. W. Cowden the Road
Committee of the Chamber of Com.
niecce Arranged to meet with the Coun
ty Commissioners on Tuesday after
noon' for disoussion as to how to get at
We understand that as a consequence
of this meeting the Commissioners
agreed to take care of the worst places
on the road East and informed the
committee that tho road South was al
ready boing graded.
It you are u booster gut your reserva
tion for the next lunch by seeing J. C.
Mitchell, Dave Kaley or Ed GarDer.
"Listen to Me" Pleases
The Auditorium Patrons
See The New
We Hike 'Quality' RightThen the Price Right
Red aoud Jeweler and Optometrist Ncbr$k
"Listen to M," r nmsinal eiruv.i.
ItnoKa iu which about thirty pe p!e
took putt wai presented at the l' - e
Andlloiiubi '.:. t JjutuUy vui.mg ij a
very appreciative- iiousu The uiiiipio
hceuery and clevi-r ec'ru-al lighting
"! Hifiied greatly to the success of the
show. The costumes wore splendid,
tho music good, and the graceful
movements of the many trained (lanc
ers gteutly delighted those present.
Tho entile entertainment was absolu
tely clean, very humorous and a treat
to tho people of Uod Cloud ami vioiu- '
ity. Messrs. lietz, Mercer and Blake
assisted in thu orchestra.
The management of thu Auditorium
is to be congratulated on securing at
tractions of this class for the local
J Stt is EASY to wash PYREX I
Large Audience Hears Noted
Artists in Recital Thursday
The recital tendered tho music lovers
of this city last Thuisday evening by
Mr. E II. NuwhoiibO In which Emer&on
j Williams and .Mist Jean MucXeii as
'sisted by Chester Gujiord, threo world
1 famous artists In their line sang and
rouderod instrumental selections iu
comparison with thnir own voices and
' performance as re ci eated by tho new
Edibou phonograph, was one of tho
most splendid entertainments of the
season. Thu Auditorium was packed
to Its utmost and chillis weio brought
iu to providu beats for many, Thu
numbers as rendered and their ro crea
tion on tho new Edison were identical!
I Except for tho movement of tho lips of
tho performer it would have been, im
' possible to tell thu actual voicu from
its re-creation. To provo this conclu
sively Miss MaoNnil began singing,
tho lioiibu wad darkened, and as Iter
I voico came forth clear and sweet, thu
. lights wore turned on and Mr. New
I houso stood before the audience, the
sluglug was belnn' recreated by tho
t Nothing can adhere to it3 hard, odor-proof, grease
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 shapes and size for
every practical baking purpose. It is a saver
or time, tucl and dishwashing drudgery.
We do building 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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