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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1921)
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Farmers' Institute October 25ito,28th--Bigger and Better Than Ever
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 13. 1921
Do You Need Any This Fall?
Now is a good time to get them as
we are making a
Special Price of
$6.00 and $7.00
A DOZEN FOR A SHORT TINE ONLY.
Sec The Styles in The Street Case
THE GLEASON STUDIO
Farmers Institute Booster
Trip Next Wednesday
Get ready for the UonHters trip next
Wednesday, tho time Is 0 a. m. t
Plau to be on deck with your car hs I
this trip must positively he a good one.
The hand will be there. Tho Itinerary
Is as follows;
Start: Red Cloud at 0 a. m
Lebanon for booster rally and luuoh.
Arrive: Enbon 1:30 p. m.
Otego 2:30 p. in.
JJurr Oak 4:00 p. m.
North Branoti 5:00 p. m
Red Cloud 6:30 or 7 p. ji.
Your enthusiastic support is expect
ed. Red Cloud Clianihnr of Commerce.
Beck's Side Ahead in Drive
Tho niHinbeiuhln caiunnlirii whloh
was InaKuratcd Inst Thuisdrty by the
local American Legion Post is produc
ing results. Captains Ur-ek and Pol
nloky's learns are working diligently
und have boomed a luig number of
now membeis. If both teams keep up
with the pep they huvo started out
with there will be veiy fow ex-service
Country Club Organized
Monday ovouiug a largo number of
our citizens met ut the Commercial
Club rooms and organized a Country
Club for the purpose of having a golf
club or "cow pasturo pool" and those
who have' been playing tills game are
pleased with the interest being shown
in this organization The following
ofllcors wore elocted:
D H. Kaley, President.
Isadore Johnson, Secretary.
S R. Florance, Treasurer.
Floyd Turnure, Ned Grimes and A.
ti. Holos, O rounds Committee.
The club Is starting out with a mem
bership of thirty und they have secur
ed u sixty acre plot on the Eihclman
farm southwest of this city and It is
said tills is an Ideal place for playing
Hereford Breeders Make Tour
One of the most enjoyable und edu
cational events took place Tuesday
which has oocurrod since the tlrst Re
gisteied Hereford made his appearance
In Wi'tistcr Rniinf.v Rl.nrt.lnir nt Mr.
...uhu.. wu.i;i iuv i;a.-oi:ivii.ui - - '- "j ' - - "r. - -
men In this community who do not be-j Kculey's place east of liladen and com
A WORD ABOUT PERSONAL SERVICE
i YOUR purchasejsf .ajwatch or a diamond,
x of silver tableware or personal jewelry,
will be much more satisfactory ir
your choice is guided by expert
We are always glad to help our patrons
with suggestions, to give them the benefit
of our years of experience.
This service costs
nothing, but adds
Ask to see "1835
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fong to this organization
Reek's side is In tho lead but "Pink''
expects to send his "mopping up squad"
over the top at zero hour and secure
several members which tho other side
knowjiothing of. Anyhow both teams
feel that by securing a large number of
now members they are not worrying
about paying for the "chow" for tba
J. C. MITCHELL
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
Are You Buying Dependable ;.
That is The Kind We Sell
A new slock of Westclox Alarms
BABY BENS '
pleting the tour nt Alf Nolan's all the
Ureedors of Ilerefords made the tour
visiting all tho herds and it must bo
said that before loug Webster County
will be noted for having some of tho
best ilerefords that arc raised anywhere.
Time and space will not permit giv
ing a full account of tho different
.berda and their cheif herd Blres but
the men who are commencing in the
Hereford breeding business are men
who do things. Tboy arc reliable men
and it you dont think they show hos
pitality just visit their place and see
if thoy are not good fellows.
Some of the largest herds visited be
ing Frank Roan's, Frank Cathcr's and
Uurl May', the smaller breeders while
not so large In members they make up
the dUrereuco In quality. In nil it was
an enjoyable evctit.nud it was unani
mously agreed to make it an annual
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
HAS TRULY AWAKENED
At the regular meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday
night there weije over forty members
present and much real work was accomplished.
C. J. Piatt made a motion that the
Secretary be instructed to write the
State Engineer asking why the State
road-working force cannot work the
road between Red Cloud and the Coun
ty lino when not working elsewhere
The Booster trip for the Farmers'
Institute was arranged for October
19th to start from Red Cloud at 9 a.
m. The Committee from the Farm
ers' Institute will arrange for cars
to carry the hand, while the Commit
tee from the Chamber of CommcrccJooucerniK tho matter of stopping
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Mrs. Ed. Amack I. T. Amack
Amack k Amack
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have already made arrangements for
the band, and will endeavor to get as
many business men and their cars on
the trip as possible.
Mr. Art McArthur and a committee
from the American Legion asked the
co-operation of the Chamber of Com
merce for Armistice Day Celebration.
A committee was appointed to. meet
with tho Legion and find out definite
ly .what kind of a program was con
templated and report at the next regu
lar meeting October 25th.
Mr. Polnicky and Mr. Caldwell ap
peared before the Chamber asking
that tho band be paid two dollars a
man for each of the two parades dur
ing tho Farmers' Institute expressing
the willingness of the band to play
the Booster trip free. After some
discussion Judgo Blacklcdgo said he
would donate twenty-five dollars to
wards this and tho Chamber through
President Hamilton guaranteed tho
rest of the amount needed.
Mr. Frank Cowden reported that
nearly ovorv merchant had agreed to
have a flout in the Civic Pnrado at tho
Farmers' Institute. Any merchant
who has nt yet mndn up his mind to
thN plw'd do "0 at onco and report
to Mr. Cowdon.
A commUteo consisting of J. C.
Mitchell and Sntvuol Hardman was
appointed to moot with tho Ladies
Civic Improvement League at tho
Library on Wednecdnv.
Other rouMno mnttors wore attend
ed to and tho meotfnir adjourned nt
Henry Pharos of Central City nr-
Notice Stock Shippers
The State Railway Commission an
nounce that they will hold a mcoliiig
Tuesday, October 18th, at 10 a m , ut
their olllces in Lincoln for conferonco
cabooses or coaches, which are provid
ed for shippers, at convenient places
upon nrrlval of stock shipments at
their destination, or whero stoppage is
made for feeding or for loading, or for
change of curs
The law is very clear in tho matter
of coaches or cabooses which have
been provided shippers or caretakers
accompanying shipments of llvo stock,
being stopped at suitable places for
their discharge and reception.
Tho object of this meeting will bo to
bear any complaints that shippers
might have muko with regard to this
matter. Representatives of tho carr
iers will bo present. Tho commission
ODutcmplatos making a personal in
vostlgatlon as to tho practloo of tho
cairiers concerning this matter nt tho
important stopping points and tcrtni.
Robert Potter returned to Okmul
gee, Oklahoma tho first of tho week
after spending a few days here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Pot
ter. A large number from he;D attended
tho ball game at Franklin Sunday
afternoon. Tho Blue Hill team, with
Clavence Mitchell on tho mound, and
Dad White's all Star team from Kan
sas, with Lefty Bailey on the mound
put up tho best game that has been
played in southern Nebraska for
many years. Bluo Hill won tho gamo
by a score of 3 to 1. Mitchell 'hit
two singles which mado homo runs
for him and also struck out twenty
men while Bailey struck out seventeen.
This gamo demonstrated tho dif-
nved in tho city Wedncsdny morning fprenco between pitchers out hero in
to visit Ids mother, Mrs. Barbara tho short grass country and those who
rJiarC3' ' nre,ln the gig leagues.
We Mike 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
Red ciou j Jeweler and Optometrist Ncbmk
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't is EASY to wash PYREX
Nothing can adhere to its 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 i3 the original the first transparent oven
wnre and is guaranteed not to break in actual oven-use.
PYREX is made in shapes nnd sizes for
every practical bnking purpose. It is n saver
or nmc, luel and dishwashing drudgery.
Wo 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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