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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1921)
.D -gHfffttt TOiKAfKA, PHUT
AS TOLD TO US m
lliiy Urond lit 1'owell and I'opeV
J. M. Hewitt
ppent Monday in
iMis. Uornard McNcny spent Mon
day in Hastings.
Don't fail lo attend the baud con
cert Friday evening.
Wanted Washing. -Mrs. Floyd Kob
eisnti, phono Iii'l. IS It t
0. I), Hedge was a pas. eager
Blue Hill Monday morning.
J. V. Iiirtn returned homo Satur
day mornjng from Omaha.
Mr. S. Hardman was a passenger
'to Nelson Monday morning.
Rev. V. Newland was a passenger
to Hastings Monday morning.
Rev. D. Fitzgerald was a passen
ger to Superior Saturday morning.
Lutheran services every first and
third Sunday in the month at 11 a. m.
Mrs. Joe Crow returned to Republi
can City Thursday evening after
spending the day with relatives here.
C. D. Robinson went to Lincoln
Tuesday morning after spending a
lew days here with his wife and family.
Lynn Hush who is r.ttonding col
lege at Hastings spent Sunday heie
with his parents, Mr. and Mr. N. U.
Miss Flou'nce Hollingcr returned to
this city Sunday morning after spend
iug Thanksgiving at Lebanon, N-J-lxaska.
Mrs. John Fox went to Guide Rock
Saturday morning to visit her dnugn
tcr, Mrs. Clarence Johnston and
family .. ? .. ,v2
Mis'. 'Ed.1- Church returned home
Saturday morning after spending a
few days with relatives at Alma ami
Supt. A. B. Gclwick and wife re
turned home Sunday from Lincoln
where they spent Thanksgiving with
Miss Vcrnn Trine, who iattcmling
tho state university at Lincoln, .spent
Thanksgiving in the city with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Trine.
Harvey RickerMHi went to Frank
lin Sunday morning to accompany
his wife and children home after vis
iting relatives at Orleans and Franklin.
J. W. Auld and children Clmrlca
and Virginia nnd Msi.s Helen McNcny
returned homo Saturday morning
from Denver where they spent a t'e.v
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sheparcsou
returned to McCook Thursday even
ing after rpending a few days Tiere
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
,tMiss Mildred l'olnicky., returned to
Lincoln Sunday morning to resume
her studies at the state university
after spending Thanksgiving hero
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hewitt spent
Sunday with relatives at Republican
The interior of tho Webster County
Bank is being painted and decorated
T. B.' Wagoner went to Clay Center
Monday morning to attend to some
Cha.s. Conrad of Hastings was at
tending to some business matters in
the city this week.
Judge Blacklcdgc went 'to Minden
Sunday evening to hold a term of dis
tinct court this week.
Isadora Johnson and Dr. Licby re
turned home Friday after spending
Thanksgiving at Lincoln.
Cash Scrivncr was in Republican
City the first of the week where he
erected a set of scales on the J. W.
Miss Goldie Parker returned to
Grand Island Monday morning after
spending Thanksgiving at the J'. M.
Mrs. Chas. Hamilton departed Sat
urday morning for I'onliac, Illinois
where she will visit her sister for a
couple of weeks.
Frank Campbell, who has been
working at Superior for several
weeks, spent the weekend here with
his wife and family.
Don Fulton is tearing' down his
building which is located north of tho
Dickenson blacksmith shop.
J. B. Fuller, Kilties' famous clari
net soloist, will play a solo at the
hand concert Friday evening.
Mrs. Wm. Cloud and s-on, Linden
Koont;: departed Tuesday morning
for their home in Oklahoma.
Mrs. Lee Johnson and children re
turned home Tuesday evening from
Beatrice where they had been visiting
relatives and friends.
Donald and lone Funk went to
Superior Sunday morning to spend
the tlay visiting their father and at
the home of their brother, Marion
Funk and family.
Miss Edith Ziess, who is teaching
school near Superior, spent Thanks
giving here with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chris Zeiss.
Mrs. Laird Potter and baby return
ed home Tuesday evening from
Hardy where they had boon visiting
he' parents and friends.
The Misses Lcnora and Nettie
Springer who are teaching at Rngan
and Imperial arrived in the city
Thursday morning to spend a few
days with their mother.
Gcni3 Affected oy Light.
The colors of most gems nro more
or less fugitive. That Is, under ccr
tnln circumstances they are liable to
fade. Take two rubles exactly sim
ilar, shut one In the dnrlt, and leave
the other exposed to full sunlight, u&d
at the end of two years there will b
a distinct difference between them.
The one that tins been exposed to the
light will be decidedly paler than the
other. Similar results may be ob
served with both emeralds and sap
phires. Garnets also will turn lighter,
while In the case of the topnr., sun.
light ends by dimming and dulling the
color of this pretty stone.
Irelanci'n Many Namos.
Scots may be surprised, but In the
days of Ptolemy Ireland was known
asSeotlu! In fact Ireland has bad a
number of names. Dlodorus StciUas
calls the Ireland Iris, or Irlsl; In the
Do Muudo, credited by some scholars
to Aristotle, It Is called Irenne; In the
ArgouuutU-n of Oipheus It appears as
Irlnus; Striibo called It Irene; Caesar,
Tacitus and ,1'Iln.v mentioned It as
lllberula; Mela called It .Inverna. The
nntlo names In Celtic are Mr, I-.rl,
IOrln Plutarch mentions it under the
inline of Ogygln.
Mrs. Fannie Faircs arrived here
Friday from California to visit hor
.sister," Mrs. Andrew Saladgn.
Fiunk Vavricka took a truck load
of his personal property to his farm
at Oakley, Kansas Wednesday.
Will exchange income property in
Red Cloud for late model automobile:
L. E. Tait, IBM N. St. Lincoln.
Mrs. Fred Taylor of Rivcrton
spent Thanksgiving in the city with
her mother, Mrs. George Smelser.
Don't fail to hear. Kilties' famous
clcrinet soloist Friday evening, Dc
. comber 2, at the Bessc Auditorium.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Chaplin went
to Liberty Sunday morning to visit
relatives and friends for a few weeks.
While enrouto to Nelson, Monday,
Mr. S. Hcrdman played a couple of
violin solos for the Superior mcr
chai ts monthly dinner.
Mr. 15. W. Stewart and daughter
returned home Friday evening from
Lincoln where th?y had been visiting
her parent and friends.
Dr. Worth Halo of Cambridge,
Mass. arrived in the city Friday
evening, he being called here to at
tend the funeral of his fnthei
FARM WANrBD-Wttiitedto har
from ownorof it fin in for Mile, give
lowest price, and pns"-s!on.
L. JONES IIo.v rM, Olnov, HI
The Misses Ebba Gregerscn and
MaudTc Williamson, operators at the
Commercial Advertiser office, spent
the last of the week with the form
er's parents at Minden.
How Lcgansport Was Named.
Amotg the rellrs preserved at Torre
Haute, Intl.. Is a target tille that was.
It Is said, the moans of rIvIiw Logans
port Its nanu:,..,TUe .fttory Is that n
nuiulicr of ,fi nhtlersmri), being unable
)tliiT!-i to reui-h n ilec'slurr Jrti-the
matter, decided to -!:out at u target
to determine what name should pre
vail. The marksman who proposed
Loznn-iHirl hit the IuH'h-qo.
A Great Artist.
Sir Henry Layard had a short way
with omniscient youths, who gushed
over Chtmhuc, Giotto, Dnniele da Vol
terra. "Do yon seriously think," he
would ask with his rasping drawl,
"that any of them can compare with
Mortndellii da Bologna V" Some would
fall Into the trap and discourse on the
chiaroscuro of that great nrtlst; otli
ers. inoro honest, would Invite scorn
by confessing Ignorance of his work.
It was only when they reached home
that they discovered that "mortadella"
was a sausage. Living Ai,'e.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bratcher de
parted Saturday morning for Louis
ville, Kentucky where they will make
their home. He had been working
for Grant Shidler the past few
Delancy Bros, shipped one car of
hogs to Kansas City Sunday morning
Tind A. B. Crabill two cars of hogs.
Sixty eight cars of stock including
that loaded hero passed through Red
Cloud enrouto to the markets at St.
Joe and Kansas city.
The last foot ball came- of the
season was played Thursday after
noon at which time the local high
school team met the Franklin Acad
emy on the Hedge field. The visitors
had the locals outclassed in weight
and also in team work and won the
game by a score of GIJ to 0. Here's
hoping Red Cloud has a better' team
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jcrnberg and
baby of Akron, Colorado, arrived n
the city Thursday morning to spend
a few days with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. P. A. Jcrnberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hall drovo to
Grand Island Tuesday where they
met her brother, Don Fulton, who
had been in Lincoln taking examina
tion for the railway mail service.
I am ready ns nlwnys to in'ike any
and nil farm loans at the )mfit rate
and best option. Absolutely no wait
tig nnd no expense for inspection.
.1. II. Hailey
Mrs. Walker and son, Ollis. re
turned homo Monday evening from
Lincoln where they had been visiting
their daughters and sisters, torn.
Chi'S. Shercr and Miss Mirth who is
attending college their this year.
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Ml Jj "U
1 wh 1 1
1 jigQy s
Come on along !
papers with P. A.
Greatest sport you khow
to pull out your makin's
papers and some Prince
Albert and roll up a ciga
rette ! That's because P. A.
is so delightfully good and
refreshing in a cigarette
just like it is in a jimmy
pipe! You never seem to
get your fill P. A.'s so
joy'usly friendly and
Prince Albert will be a
revelation to your taste ! No
other tobacco at any price is
in its class! And, it rolls up
easily because it's crimp cuti
and it stays put;
It's the best bet you ever,
laid that you'll like Prince
Albert better than any ciga
rette you ever rolled!
And listen! If you liavo
a jimmy pipe hankering
by all means know what
Prince Albert can do for
you! It's a revelation in a
pipe as well as in a ciga
rette! P. A. can't bite or
parchu Both are cut out
by our exclusive patented
Prlnea Albtrt lm
told In toppy (
bant, tidy rid tint,
and hall pound tin
humidor m andinthm
pound crystal flat
Ni ncf Albert
ihe national joy smoke
by R. J. Reynold
There Is a Winning Way
An English clergyman. Father Black,
spent a great deal of his time visiting
prisons and trying to reform the In
inntes. Or. one occasion a house
breaker said to him gratefully: "I must
tftank you, sir, for what you have dono
for me. There wus a time when I
knew nothing of God or of tho devil,
cither, but somehow you have innde
me love 'em both."
Rev. Fred Newland, W. G. Hamil
ton and R. P. Wcesncr attended a
meeting of the Shifters at Superior
Friday evening at which meeting Mr.
Newland was the principal speaker.
These gentlemen also joined thfs or
ganization. Cheaper Farm Loans
1 m making farm lotion at lower in
terest rates with optional pnymentpri
vilecro. No expense to you for inspect
ion nnd money Is ready ns soon as
abstract is furnished. tiEE
It. W Stewart, Bonded Abstracter
T 10 FOLKS AT home expect you
M . .... TO TELL 'CM ALL ABOUT
"OMAHA'S FUil tGhrvitJcrrZA VISIT
CEIilRE," THEWiH rr
' 11 MwihilMicl will f ruiv CIrlj, t'nimvGlriAiMi
J- -i!.-oiiii him ii i- llr i"ui l.ecn.. Umiron. i" .
MATINEE DAILY. ?.AS; EVNGS Z.2Q
. CVr.RVDQDY OOEl! ASK ANYDODY
Always tlio Eldest and Bust Sliaw West ol Clilcasu
Ss The Place!
To Buy Wall Papt-r. Paints',
And Electrical Supplies,
Tho best place for ,Picturo
From far out on the plain nour tho
border lino of Colorado and Wyoiutliir,
miinv miles bo.wnl the iteepied west
orn boundary of tho emnhoit, one mny
journey eustwiinl aeios- NohraMtn.
K'iniH.'is, Iowa, Missouri, illiuoi, Iudi
111111 and Ohio and eastward .still, into
New York and l iitisylvanhi, ituioiig
eonillelds of lu'iir-liinnidli'ss area and
enormous yields all along Ibis twelve
.hiltidreil mile course. Tho northern
extremity of this corn pi'iului'liii ieu
Ion 1 lost bcvoml th'n C.iiiiidl-in fronl-
i&r and the Hinitheiii h'omiary is tie-)
llut'd'by Hid liieuhe.ih Hint run IiiIihkI j
from tho Gulf if Mexico Not all of j
tills expanse is devoted lo maximum 1
coin production, but throughout most'
of it corn is the main crop loliunce
It has been an exceptional corn year.
Many 01 lbs are already lllled to over
Mowing with the hold-over surplus of
the preceding year. Corn tbeie is hi
snob abundance as wn have not. known
in a score of years. Yet, as its golden
yield expands in volume its market
value declines. Onlydl8appointment
awaits the glower who transports bis
coin to the elevator. Ho will have no
joy in the process
But there is a method of marketing
which if applii'd will assuro a doubling
up of pruvniliug prices to the grower
and add to his resources otherwise.
This method is known ab "marketing
on the hoof," a plan adnptnblo to any
farm whether of limited or extensive
acreage; one that eommondu itself to
all corn producers. There is the stov
er, the silage, tho stalk fields, the un
used pasturage and hay, nil unsalable
or of low market value.
Good livestock will turn these pro
ducts to profitable account and plaoo
the dlsheartoncd corn grower in the
way of prosperity, for the waste growth
of his land will acquire a valuo; hU
acres will bo enriched. Corn will pro
vide the weight and fatness that have
recognition always at tho mivrkot plae
Thobnoi tual days incident to the
war are no more. Mixed husbandry
must havo its sate and useful ptrt in
farm operations, affording the channel
through which the produuts of tho soil,
of which corn is chief, may be market
ed from year to year with certnlnitv of
11 margin of profit. The investment
costs favor the buyer. There Is no
other way assuring tho same moasuro
of cash return undporma nency. Foresight.
ERTAINLY you want ihe lowest
price on all your purchases. We are
going to give you this help when making
your purchases at our store.
Romemberour store the next time your wants are in
We are after your business. '
The Jeweler Grafanolas and Records
Only seven inonts residence required of Holders who were in the arruy
two years, or longer, during wars. Have eight years experience as nn
expert locater of government lands.
FARMS AND RANCHES
Unve S8 nnd SIO Here choico farm land; equally as good its other land
being of fored at $25 to $50 per acre. Coiuo see the land, compare land
and prices with other land, which looks 11 lot better on paper when
land Is priced at $25-850 per acre.
H. L. BROWN. 212G Grand Avo , Pueblo. Colo.
The Loafer Is Just about our Worst
1'est, for ho has been .Standing Around
on our Streets f Years, Fit d!ng
Fault .iUi liven' '. .ml Kvcr.tl.log.
lie's J. -ii- bis Dm, let t B'o I,
cry Iliipro uiu i.t "hi Town has 1 i;i U
and when lio qultfc Walking Aioaud to
save Kuiiornl l3spoin.efi,hu will bo
Missed, Just like a Boll I
HIDES and FURS
No. I. O. H. Illdea 7 pec lb. ,, No. '1 !. H.
IIIJohO per III, 1'ari curort lllUeit to less,
(ireon I tides Uc ics
OreciwKrorea HUlcHt per It). Oluc J titles
2 per lb. No. I llorHO lllite. ?2.V). No. 'J
Homo lllilos $1 I'ony uiiii Oluo llorso
f l.OU. Wool at Market Value,
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selecting the better grades from a
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We pride ourselves on our sincere desire
to have in stock at all times the best .
quality food stuffs at moderate prices.
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