The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, October 27, 1921, Image 5

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Mr. S.ltnrdman spent Friday
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J. S. j Thomas spent Friday
Hasting
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Missndna Wallace spent Saturday
in Hashes.
Ilari Hayward was visiting friends
in thod'ty Monday.
Alfaladcn returned homo Friday
evenifc from Lincoln.
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Hndy, Fall In mid Join Tho Amorl
I'lfion Uil- month.
FrJ Fuller of Cowlcs was in the
cityjaturday morning.
Flthcr Fitzgerald was passenger to
Suprior Sunday morning.
Iirl Carpenter of Guide llock was
in he pity Friday afternoon.
x. aim! Mrs. Ben Copley spent Sun
da wiph friends at Riverton.
B. Wagoner was a passenger to
Cotral City Tuesday morning.
Tin- Ui'ssU'i- 1 1 1 . iT ilri'ssos, suit1' mid
(.as wlillid Ihiu Oc. -" anil -! at
U.irtKUa PlniK'H
iMis. Carl Lynch of Hazclton spent
the first of tho week with Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Robinson.
Mrs. May Summers returned home
Thursday evening from Lincoln where
she spent a few days.
Nx-Servicc Men, 1,000,000 Comrades
Invito You to Join TUE AMERICAN
LEGION this month.
Newt Siebcrt, who has been working
at Oberlin, Kansas, returned to this
city Tuesday morning.
Koundhousp Foreman J. W. lltuick
and Headmaster Phil Traut attended
a meeting of Burlington officials at
McCook Saturday.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Arnell and baby
returned homo Sunday morning after
spending a few days with her par
ents at Fremont.
Mrs. IOlizabcth Foe departed Satur
day morning for Long Beach, Cali
fornia where she intends to spend the
winter with friends.
Tho State Fire Warden will soon
visit this city and it would bo a good
plan if the merchants would clean the
trash out of their cellars. i
Yost and Robertson shipped a car
of cattle to Omaha Tuesday morning
and A. B. Crabill one car of hogs to
Will Schenk returned to tlda city
tho last of tho week ' after spending i Kansas City Wednesday.
a few weeks m Denver.
Bert Clark returned to his home at
B. W. Stewart went to Ft. Collins, McCook Sunday evening after work-
Colorado Monday evening to
to some business matters
attend
Jl. Vt Shaffer of Seward was visit-
inr fripnds in the city Monday.
JLu
uthcran services every first and
tiird Sunday in the month at 11 a. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Sanborn of Ina-
.lc spent Sunday with friends in tho
iy.
Judge Blacklcdgc and Court Re
porter Johnson arc holding district
court at Alma this week.
Mrs. Frank Hughes and children
spent a few days the last of the week
with relatives in Hastings.
Mrs. J. T. Saladen went to Guido
Rock Friday morning for a short vis
it with relatives and friends.
Joe Hewitt and family autocd to
Republican City Sunday morning and
spent the day with his brother.
John McGuire of Bird City, Kansas
visiting friends in the city this
reck.
D. C. Henderson returned from Dcn-
er Tuesday morning where he spent a
Tow days.,
Mr. and
Wents of a I
ifV nftrninir.
Mrs. Damon are the par'
baby girl born Snturday
norning.
Mrs. C. F. Evans departed Tuesday
Evening for her homo at Long Beach,
California.
I fF. Wi Cowdcn went to Kansas City
JlCpnday morning to attend to some
j business matters.
sWrrft Linn departed Sunday even
ing for ' Black Hills where he 'will
spend a ftjv days.
Miss Christine Caldwell, who is
teaching school near Franklin, spent
the weekend here with her mother.
Mrs. J. W. Auld and children re
turned homo Sunday morning from
Denver where they spent a few days.
LOST A dark gray double shawl
with fringed ends Saturday night.
Finder return same to Vern Dickenson.
ing in tho local yards here for a few
days in John Arncll's place.
Howard Kalcy, who is attending
tho state university at Lincoln, spent
the weekend here with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Kaley.
I. D. Richardson and family depart
ed Monday morning for San Francis
co, California where they intend mak
ing their home in the future.
Two trains of stock consisting of
seventy eight cars passed thru hero
Sunday morning enroutc to the St.
.Too and Kansas City markets.
Mr. and Mrs. Owens and children
went to Pawnee Wednesday after vis
iting at tho home of his brother-in-law,
Joe McCallum and family.
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OU'LL find nothing
here but the good
quality that it pays you to
buy in clothes.
If it's simply a cheap
price you're after you wont
find it here.
If you want the best
quality you can get for
your money; if you want
real economy-there isn't a
better store to come to
than this.
Copyright 1921 Hart Scliaftncr & Marx
SUITS
Hart Schaffner & Marx
$35 to $47.50
Other Makes, Latest Styles
$25 to $40
While autoing to Guide Rock Fri
day evening, Carl Oglevic run over a
coyote and a possum. Carl expects
to have the coyote hide tanned.
Mrs. Hazei, McPheters and
Hally Summers spent Friday
friends in Hastings.
Mlss
with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor, resid
ing in Garfield township, are the par
ents of a baby girl bora Sunday morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Bogcnricf and children
of Northbranch, Kansas spent Sunday
in the city with her sister, Mrs. Guy
Gillette.
Mrs. C. F. Evans went to Guide
Rock Sunday morning to spend a few
days with relatives before returning-
to her home at Long Beach, Cantor
nia.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Williams depart
ed Tuesday morning for their home
at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, after
spending a few days with friends
here.
OVERCOATS
New line Fall and Winter Overcoats
$20 to $45
HATS
STETSON (Dress) $6.50
MALLORY " fS.OO
ODD BRANDS (Dress) $3.00
CAPS. Fall and Winter. $1.50 to 53.50
Sweaters Ksfc$7-$ 1 0.50 BSTU $8.50-$ 1 5
Cotton Coat Sweaters $2.25 to $5.00
W. G. Hamilton Clothing Company
Dan Garber returned home Friday
evening from Hastings where he spent
a couple of days attending to business
matters.
Mr. and Mrs. George Havcrcamp
went to Kansas City Monday evening
to spend n few days.
Mr. S. Hardman attended a Dean
ery meeting of the Episcopal church
at McCook Tuesday.
fhn FfllK? AT "OME CXPECT YOU
Hit: rUU0 TO TEU. -EM ALL ABOUT
"OMAHA'S FUN 0rieiij7& VISIT
CENTRE," THE dS?25feff ,T'
Exhilarating BURLESK and VAUDEVILLE
S'afi,-Alt. ry-Fili'i' v.ii'iPr :' . C rU. I wn C!mmt
Cnr, 11-a l , , I'-illL.. ic.mo 15m ri.iuwrt.
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For Hint new dress, Milt or coat you
aro planning on you will find a good
Rclcotion to choose from in tho Kcssler
lino on display Friday nnd Snturd.iv,
Oct. 29 29 at Itnrbarn Pharos.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray. Fountain and
children returned to this city Sunday
morning from Atwood, Tvansns where
he had been working- for several
weeks.
TliRt wonderfully succcsbfull and de
lightfully funny ply. "Twin Beds"
hns been .ccured for one nlRlit, Thurs
day, Nov. 3. for tho Hesse Auditorium,
Ked Cloud. Itlssild to be drawing
packed houses everywhere People
want to laugh and "Twin ISeds" has no
cqtml in that rcspe"t.
Lutheran Church Notes
O. It. Ilf.iMTZ. Pastor
Hegnlnr services aro held every first
and third Sunday m Ihe month in tho
Advcntist ohuruh. Corner of 3rd Ave.
and Walnut St
The fifth annual Roll Call of the
American Red Cross for Nebraska
will be carried out in every county
commencing Armistice Day, Novem
ber 21th.
"On Plunder's Field
Grow", Lest We Fort
ttiu Puppies
. (Delaney Bros, and A. B. Crabill
each shipped a car of hogs to Kansas
City Sunday. Harlcy White and John
Cf'Brien accompanied the stock to its
destination.
November 7 to 12 is Home Town
Paper Week. If you are in arrears
for the papers you read you can make
the editors smile by paying your subscription.
Mrs. J. A. Burden left for Long
Beach, California Tuesday evening
where she intends to spend several
months with her daughter, Mrs. Nate
Illingsworth and family.
Mrs. Venia Brnmel and baby re
turned to their home at Omaha the
last of the week after spending a
couple of weeks with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. S. Henderson.
Fridnv afternoon a fine drill was
held by tho scholars of the Washing- j Mrs. D. L. Williams, of Oklahoma
ton and Lincoln schools. Two bun- City, Oklahoma, who had been visit-
drcd and forty-six pupils left the ing hi California arrived in the city
Lincoln building in two minutes and Saturday morning to visit Dr. and
fifteen seconds and at the Washing- Mrs. R. P. Iloxcy and other friends,
ton building two hundred fifty pupils Mr. Williams arrived in the city Sat-
marched out in one minute and fifteen urday evening to accompany her
seconds. ' home.
American Legion
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