The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, March 30, 1922, Image 1

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VOLUME 50
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MARCH 30. 1922
NUMBER 13.
For That New
Easter Dress
YOU WILL WANT SILK
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Have a new line in Foulard, Canton Crepe, Crepe de
Chines, Taffetas.
Come in and let us show them to you. They are priced
right as to grade and quality.
BARBARA PHARES
Red Cloud, Neb.
AGENT HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS
Special Soap Sale
AN ADVANTAGEOUS PURCHASE OF A LARGE AMOUNT
OF SOAP ENABLES US TO OFFER YOU
Pearl White Soap
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NEW
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PRICES
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Box 80 Bars - - $4.20
With 8 Free Packages of GOLDEN ROD
Box 10 Bars - $ .53
With 1 Free Package of GOLDEN ROD
WHILE OUR PRESENT SUPPLY LASTS, WE OFFER THIS
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY SOAP AT THESE "ALMOST
WHOLESALE" .PRICES. THIS. WONDERFUL WHITE
LAUNDRY SOAP CONTAINS "WATER SOFTENING,"
"BLEACHING" AND "DIRT STARTING" QUALITIES. AT
TEND THIS SALE, OR TELEPHONE YOUR ORDER. WE
HAVE EQUALLY GOOD "BARGAINS" ON OTHER PUO
DUCTS. Our Car Of
Early Ohio Seed Potatoes
Has Arrived. Place Your Order Now
Farmers' Union
Red. Cloud, Nebraska
Store
C. B. Steward Honored
At n Ntttlonal Convention of tbo
United States Grain Growers, Inc., bold
at Chicago lust week U H. Steward,
who was a dolognte from tho 0th dis
trict was elected a member of the Boat d
of Directors for fi term of two, years.
Tho llonrd consists of twenty-one mem
bers. Forty six per cent of the grain
growers of this organization have with,
drawn their Mipport owing to tho sys
tem that tvns used in the electing of
olllcors ut this tinio and it looks ns
though the oftlcers ami directors will
have no easy time in getting tho organ
ization batlc to whero it whs before tho
convention.
RED CLOUD GUN CLUB
LISTS A FEW SCORES
New Bakery Opens its Doors
Tho now "PnlHce Bakery" under tho
manuucuicnt of Messrs. Henderson nnd
Hilly opened up for business yesterday,
Their new boda fountain has arrived
and will be installed in the immediate
futuie. Nothing has been overlooked
in malting this biikory and ico cream
parlor one of the most attractive places
111 the city. The splendid patronage it
iccclved on the nooning day is Indica
tion that our citizens appreciate the
oirorts of tho enterprising proprietors
and that the new entci prise will re
ceivo univeisal support.
Illustrated Sermon on Italy
The subject of tho lecture sermon nt
the. qinptist church next Sunday night
will bo Beautiful Italy". Tho plctur
es will bo very interesting to all lovers
of tho beautiful, for Italy Is callod tho
paradise of Kuropo
Italy is n laud of great inteiestto all
who aro historically inclined. It hns
had a mighty part in the drama of the
centuries. Home, tho soat of the
mighty ancient world power, Genoa,
the homo of America's discoverer.
Venice tho most interesting of nil
European cities and many other
placos teaming with iutetest will bo
shown.
A cordial invitation U extended all
who care to attend. The service be
gins at seven thirty, and till are wel
come. Arrangements ate being petfected to
present the Passion play of Obcrntn
morgan in the near future
The second regular Club shoot was
held March 26th and tho boys tried
hard to break them all. Geo Kaloy
load tkc field in tho 1st event, break
ing 22 out of 25. But Clias. Brough
ton in event two, went one hotter, 23
out of 25. Three, the Club's secrotnry
took the lead by breaking 21 out of
25. Come out again, April 9th. boys.
The Butler Bros, settled their argu
ment as to who was best at breaking
targets, Vcm winning by one bird, 3
out of 25.
Following arc tho scores:
Shot
75
75
CO
75
100
30
25
25
75
25
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5
j Broke
Earl Hall 01
Geo. Kaley , - . . 50
W.Crcps 37
H. Hulschush .. 51
F. Lambrccht . .... . - .74
J. Havel .30
L. 'Rust :..-.15
C. t'opc .". -1
W. Sutton 30
M. Stroblo - - - 12
T. Harris . ..---. -.29
J, If awl Jr. .i.2.L. . M
S. Harris - v--13
F. Peterson 10
Chas. Broughton .. ,80
Skjlvcr -38
E. Poinicky ... M
P. Poinicky ... -19
C, Oglevio 15
A, Nelson . : 14
WisLinn 7
B. Brotthaur ..10
R. Oglevio .... -. 1G
J. Lambrccht 30
T. Lambrccht .. 21
P. Walters -.30
G. Damon . 45
Form Bureau Notes
Congregational Church Notes
Rev. Thompseu is expected to preach
again Sunday morniugat 11 o'clock.
Rev. J. S. Dick of Lincoln will bo
here April 17th and preach every even
ing for one week.
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Mrs. Ramey Called Beyond
Mrs. O. E. Ramey aftor an illness of
a row weeks, departed from tue cares,
sorrows and responsibilities of this
life last Saturday, March 23th, at the
ugo of 71 years, 11 months and 0 days.
Sally Branson Bean was born April
10th, 1U50 In Frederlok county, Vir
ginia. In the yoar 1871 she was united
in marriage to Oscar E. Ramey. Fivo
years later they came to Webster coun
ty, Nebraska locating in Cathcrton
product. In 1805 they moved to tho
present home northwest of this city
where she resided nntll the time of her
death. To this union were born six
children, Elma, James, Lillian, Franc,
Otterbein, and Baby. Georgo is an
adopted sou wbo was taken into tho
family whon but three years of age.
Mrs. Ramey was an active chnrch
worker having, joined the Luthern
church in her early life and later be
came identified with the activities of
tho Brctberen church. Aftor moving
to their present location she joined the
Congregational church and was an
active member at tho time of her death.
She leaves to mourn bor departure
the husband, threo children, lfrauo,
Otterbein and Baby, four bisters and a
brother living In Virginia and Wash
ington D. C.
Funeral services were hold from tho
i homo last Monday, Rev. Uressmau of
Creto in ohargo as had been (requested
by tho deceased. Intorment was made
in the Cathertoa cemetery.
CO
100
50
25
25
25
25
5
25
25
50
25
CO
50
ORGANIZE' PIG CLUBS
Meetings to organize Pig Clubs will
be held in tho Farm Bureau office,
Red Cloud at 1:30 p. m. Saturday,
April 1st, room over the State Bank
at Guide Rock at 8 p. m., Saturday,
April 1st. All boys nnd girls around
Red Cloud, Bladen, Blue Hill, lnavaie
and Cowlcs are requested to meet at
the Farm Bureau office to perfect the
organization. If there arc enough
members from tho north part of tlic
wunty und they desire to have an
organization in the north part of tho
county, they will be organized into
a separate club and a meeting place
selected that will bo convenient for
all. At Guide Rock tho boys and
girls around Guide Rock and Eckley
are requested to meet and organize.
PIG CLUB PRIZES
$1,200.00 will be awarded to mom
bers of tho Pig and Calf Clubs of
Webster county this year in the form
of cash prizes, trophies and free trips.
Announcements of these prizes will bo
out soon. In addition to the State
prizes wo aro planning on taking the
best pigs and calves to the State
Fairs.
WEBSTER COUNTY AGAIN IN
THE LIME LIGHT
At tho first annual meeting of tho
U. S. Grain Growers Incorporation
of Chicaeo C. B. Steward of Red
Cloud was elected director This or
ganization has 54000 members with
100.000.000 bushels of grain under
contract. Their campaign was start
cd in Aucust and they will start
operating soon.
NEBRASKA SHORTHORN
BREEDERS' MEETING
The annual mcctintr of the Nebr&s
ka Shorthorn Breeders' Association
was held at Grand Island. A. C.
Shallenberger of Alma was ro-clected
president and Henry R. Fausch of
Guide Rock was elected secretary
treasurer to succeed Con McCarthy
of New York. Thero arc 3950 Short
horn Breeders in Nebraska.
HENRY R. FAUSCH
County Agricultural Agent
ALARM CLOCKS
AND
POCKET CLOCKS
$1.25 to $4:75 Just Arrived Direct
From The Factory
Big Ben Baby Ben
Sleepmeter Jack O Lantern
Baby Ben Luminous Big Ben Luminous
America's Pocket Ben
Glo-Ben
GET YOURS NOW
KODAK
DEALER
E. H. Newhouse
RED CLOUD
NEBR.
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Wo do building from tho excavating to tho painting
complete. We will figure your jobs to furnish all mater
ials, or otherwise, to suit our customers. We do FRAME
BRICK and STUCCO work. Let us show you the differ
ence between good and inferior stucco.
We build screen doors and window screens and do
carpenter work of all kinds. Let us have your order for
screen doors and window screens now.
GRANT CHRISTY
Shop first door north of Holland Hotel. Res. phone 72N
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BE PRACTICAL
Grace Church Services
5th Sunday in Lent
Sunday School nt 10.
Holy Commuulou at 11.
Evening Service at 7:30.
Wednesday Evening Service at 8 all
through the Leutcu Season.
This church ib yours to uso whethor
you are a member or not, Come and
feci welcome,
The young man in love often goes into raptures about
"the blue of the sea in her eyes and the golden haze of
autumn in her hair," but remember this, young man
SHE'LL EAT just the same as any other healthy girl.
Therefore, get down to practical affairs. Save your
money, deposit it in a good reliable bank like ours and
get ready to own a home for you and the girl and to
provide the three square meals a day that you will both
need as long as you live. You know when poverty comes
in at the door, love sometimes flies out at the window.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Flounce, President Red Cloud, Neb. S, R. Flotance, Cashier
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
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