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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1921)
,,RED OLOUP, t NEBRASKA, CHIEF
1 Mr. Merchant '
Prawjuuui mi... Hiiwr iw
IJIS OFFICE is, this season, in a position to handle
the Christmas gift card business that has hereto-
M- fore L'onc to the cities. Our stock ol cards has
just arrived arid we will be pleased to show you the
beautiful assortment of engraved, embossed, hand tint
ed cards from some of the best gift card manufacturers
in the world.
The Successful Business Man
in recent years never fails to remember his patrons
at Christmas time with an appropriate card. People
have become to expect it, and it is a very inexpensive
way of extending ihe season's greetings, proving to the
customer that his business dealings with you have been
appreciated and causing him to remember you when he
needs any thing in the line you carry.
Call at our office and let us talk it over.
THE MED CLOUD CHIEF -
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AS TOLD TO US
Huy Hro-id tit l'owell and I'ope'is.
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Kut ntltl drink lit Powell A I'opo's
CilfH. tt' -
Pnul Pops is- driving a new Duick
John Ryan spent Monday in Hast
ings. Mrs. Sid Peterson spent Saturday
Thad Saunders of Campbell was in ;
the city Monday. I
J. 1-3. Kllison of Concordia, Kansas
was in the city Thursday. j
Rev. D. Fitzgerald was a passenger ,
to Superior Saturday morning. t
A. IJ. Crahill shipped a car of hogs '
to Kansas City Sunday morning.
Lutheran services, every first nnd
third Sunday in the month at 11 a. m. i
Mrs. Elizabeth Foe went to Hast
ings Saturday morning to visit rela
'Miis Effie Holcomb went to Hardy
Sondav moVninp to spend n few days ,
with friends. I
Miss Minnie Traut of McCook spent
Sunday hero with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Traut.
Joe Carr went to Grand Island Sat
urday morning to spend a few dnys
at the Soldier's Home.
Mrs. Chas. Starr and children of
Yuma, Colorado aro visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Corbctt.
Miss Christine Caldwell, who is
teaching school near Franklin, spent
tie' weekend here with her mother.
Mrs. Marion Blooip andbaby went
to Fairbury Saturday morning to vis
iter parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop.
j Mrs. Fordyce went to "Guide Rock
Thursday morning after visiting her
sister, Mrs. James Tanquary" and
jmrs. Joe Topham and Miss Mary
Christian went to Columbus Monday
t$jattend the W. C. T. U. State Con
viction. fijtynn Bush, who is attending col
lets at Hastings, spent the weekend
he-lfe with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
''The Misses Mildred Pope and Ber
nie'e Shcrer who aro attending col
lege at Hastings spent Sunday hero
with their folks.
Three trains of stock consisting of
one hundred and thirty five cars pass
ed thru here Sunday enroute to tho
markets at St. Joo and Kansas City.
Mr. and Mrs. George Overleeso re
turned to Kansas City Mondav morn
ing after a short visit here 'with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Over
leeso. Mrs. D. G. Addtemnn and son,
Theadore of Oherlin, Kansas arrived
in the city Friday to spend a few days
with her brother, N. B. Bush and
"Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Carpenter
returned to Soldcn, Kansas Monday
morning after spending a few days
hero with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. II. Carpenter.
Mrs. Clara Shcrer spent Monday in
JJrs. Fred Lcggett spent
H j. White was in Omaha the last
cf tj.c- week.
Chas. Wood of Alma was
city this week.
liuddy, Fall In "I'd Join Tlio Ameri
can Legion this month.
Mir. E. S. Garbor. spent
v.ith i Sends at Guide Rock.
Will Mountford of Soldcn, Kansas
is visiting his parents in this city.
Mrs. Josephine Lamborn was a pass5
cnger to Nelson Tuesday morning.
.Soe tho Kossler linn of Indies gnr
incuts lit Mi'. Phuros storo Monday.
Mrs. Julia Warren was a passenger
to Fairfield, Iowa Tuesday morning.
J. E. Yost shipped a car of cattle
to tho market at Omaha Tuesday
Supt. W. F. Giles of Wymorc spent
several hours in this city Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jarboe were
passengers to Hastings Thursday
Mrs. Gittings and Mrs. Aldridge of
Superior spent Thursday with Mrs.
Ex-Srvloe Men, 1,500,000 Comrades
Invite You to Join THE AMERICAN
LEGION this month.
See tbe uptodata Hue of ladies ready
towoar coats, suits and dresses at Mrs
Phares store Monday.
The officers of the Red Oloud Farm
era' Instl to' request that the merchants
of this oity decorate their windows for
the coming two weeks with their new
fall and winter goods and also display
cards letting the people know that we
are going to hare a real" Farmers!
Institute here the 25th to 28th Inclus
Mrs. J. W. Hauck went to Omnhn
Tuesday morning to visit relatives
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Britlon of Dcsh
lcr arc visiting his brother, I). G. Brit
ton end wife.
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Drake nnd son,
Hobcrt were passengers to Hastings
.Mrs. George llnys of Woodruff,
Kansas, was guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy Cramer Tuesday.
Alf Saladcn has been chosen to sit
on the grand jury which convenes nt
Lincoln nc:ct Tuesday.
Harold Turiiure urrlved in tho city
tills tnnrniiii! to vNlt his unelo F. O.
Tui-nure and funillr.
Thi! iie-i.iLi' line of l.mlii-b CoiiIh
fc'mu mid Hiciioi will bo on display at
Mru. I'liu.oi Htoru Mondiiy.
Trainmaster J. T. Welch of McCook
Mlinnl. Tttiviulii v in lliic i'Hv nil rmili-
1 J to lSurlingtun business matters.
fill iCl Nelson returned to McCook
I I1 ' Tuesdav inorninir after stiondinir a
', fow duya with his family here.
'if I Alltri'l. 1-V Hi.rnilrwi nml llnlt-i lliwm.
r j both of Lebanon, wero united in mar
riage uy Judge uannoy Juosday.
Miss Hattie Christian went to Tar
kio, Missouri, Monday to visit her sis
ter, Mrs. Wade Tate and family.
Hobcrt E. Tprrill of Esbon and
Opal F. Fishburn of Burr Oak were
united in marriage by Judge Ranncy
Mrs. Sam Lindsey returned homo
Thursday afternoon from Aurora,
Illinois where she had been visiting
Mrs. Vernon Zeiss and children ar
rived in tho city Monday evening to
visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bar
George J. Lutz and Mary E. Thomp
son both of Cawker City, Kansas
were united in marriage by Hcv.
Miss ItachonI Bartlctt, who is at
tending school at Beatrice, spent Sat
urday in the city with her cousin, D.
G. Britton and wife.
Mrs. Hassingcr and son, Hoy, re
turned home Thursday evening from
Hastings where they spent, a few
dnys with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Strigglc returned
to their home at Kirk, Colorado,
Thursday after visiting with Mr. and
Mrs. Jccob Petersen.
Mrs. Bert Stunkard and daughter'
Helen, returned homo Tuesday morn
ing from Napnnee where they spent
a couple of days with relatives.
M :. Chas. Ethcridgo and baby wont
to f-iand L'innd Friday morning after
fptndinp a fow days here with her
parent-, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Slawson.
Mrs. Harold Arrnsbergcr returned
to her homo at Oxfosjl Sunday even
ing after spending a few days with
relatives here. Her mother, Mrs.
Sutton, accompanied her home for a
The Degree of Honor will, meet
next Tuesday evening at 7:30 in tho
I. O. 0. F. hall and all members are
requested to bo present as there will
The Spotted Poland China combina
tion sale of Len Wilmot' & Sons,
Kahrs Bros, and W. A. Hunt which
consisted of voung boars, gilts and
sows was held at the sale pavilion
Saturday afternoon and the hogs aver
aged $24 a head.
Friday afternoon the Red Cloud
football team won its first game by
defeating Republican City by a score
of 24 to 0. The local team jhowed
considerable improvement in its tac
tics on field and no doubt they win
win several'' more 'games this season.
ANOTHER ROAD HOWL
October 8, 1021
Red Cloud Commercial Club,
Red Cloud, Ncbr.
The road between Red Cloud and
Superior is in mighty bad shape. It
has been in poor condition practically
all summer. We have endeavored to
bring pressure that might remedy this
road, but to the present dale wc have
I am wondering ix we could get to
gether and perhaps bring some rem
edy that would bo of mutual benefit
to all concerned. My suggestion
would be1 that wc call a road nicotinic
nt either Red Cloud or Superior, or
some point half way between. We
could pot our commissioner together
from both places and see if we could,
perhaps, 'get this road in boiler shape.
I would like to have an expression
from you as to whether you have any
plans ov whether you think that thi
tentative plan that I suggest would
be of value.
Admission -SI. 10
Red Cloud Nehr.
Oct. 12th, 1921
Mr. Ford C. Haiper,
Secy. Superior Order of Shifters,
Your letter of October 8th, was read
to thc Chamber of Commerce at our
regular meeting last evening. .
On October 3rd wo had a Good
Roads lunch to which wc invited our
Commissioners as our guests but only (
succeeded in getting one to conv.
However our Roads Committee met
the Commissioners on Tuesday, Octob
er 4th and they promised to do nil
that was possible on tho road between
Red Clcud and tho County line enst
and south, both of which roads arc,
or have been, in very bnd condition.
However if the Commissioners fail
to do their duty wc will endeavor to
make arrangements as you suggest,
as we believe tho plan a good one.
Enclosed please find copy of letter
I have written to tho State Engineer
at the request of the Chamber of Coiu
mcrcc. Yours truly,
Tlio iimnuil meeting of 1 1 1 Wt-listi r
County brunch of the Furiur. Tnlon
will l)i belli in Ko.l Clrnul Tuoidny,
OetnluT istli. .J M Itwm. St iTi'ini v.
Routt County Lump
We sell for cash that's
why we sell cheaper.
THE HUGHES WAY
WE CLEAN MATS
I am ready bb always to make any
nnd all farm loans at tho lowest rate
and best option. Absolutely no wait
ng nnd no expense for inspection.
J. H. Ualley.
Dead Letter List
-The following list of unclaimed letp
ters wm ce sent to me uea ueiwi,
Dnnnrtment If not calleclfor by Oot.
Mrs. A. H. Beckhoff. M. H. Cobb,
Chas. Edgerton, Miss MaymeB. Grout,
Charley IIudBon, O. E. Neat, Robert
Pointer, Mrs. Ethel Regan.
H. C. tiETSON, Postinastor
Loans made "at reasonable Interest
ates Loans closed ns soon ir
B. W. STKWAUT.k
Taste is a matter of
We state it at our honest belief
that the tobaccos used in Chester
field are of finer quality (and
hence of better taste) than in any
other cigarette at the price,
Linen it Myert Tobacco Co.
of Turkish and Domestic tobaccosrblended
Thfl FnlKs AT HOME EXPECT YOU
1110 rULI0 TO TELL 'EM ALL ABOUT
THE HAZEL McOWEN
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SeajcAlrtoyi Filled wlthPreUy Girlf, Pnnny Clewoi
porfeoyifiqulpuu. HrillUnt Sceole ByX'ifS'J;
Ac5lts. Including the Hazel McOwen Jazz Crc
Friday, beginning October 2 1 st, and will offer an
oDening olav which will make vou a regular fa
IniFour Brilliant Acts. The prices' have beer arranged, ,?
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ImjI the best and latest releases at popular prices.
vi i'Ie Specialties will be introduced between the
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mt-ram at eacn return, uon i ran to see tne
rful comedy drama "LITTLE PEGGY O'MOORE"
an bring the whole family along.
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