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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1922)
HID CLOUD, KEBRAflKA, CHIEF
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AS TOLD TO US
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Buy Bread at Powell and Pope's.
Ed Gaibor spent Thursday in Hast
ings. Ed Gaibor was in Guide Rock Mon
day. Mrs. Mildred Amack spent Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Traut spent Fii
day in Hastings.
Two good places to cat,
and Powell's Cafe.
Don't forget our Annual Clean Up
Day Tuesday, May 2nd.
Finloy Bright was a passenger to
Auroi-n Monday morning.
Dr. Lclby was a passenger to Bea
ver City Friday morning.
Chas. Bennett of Cowles was in the
city Wednesday afternoon.
Frank Cowden went to McDonald,
Kansas, Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Hummell and Miss Julia Funk
ypent Wednesday in Hastings.
Will Hunt and son, Delbert of P.iv
crton were in the city Saturday.
ChLXamel is the best varnlbh Uoor
and furniture Sold by Cotting.
Wm. Robertson went to Omaha
Tuesday morning to spend a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hall were pas
sengers to Lincoln Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Clyde Smith and Mrs. II. R.
Childress spent Thursday in Hastings.
.Attorney F. J. Munday was a ps
fcongcr to Lincoln Wednesday morn
ing. E. W. Stevens was in Nelson Thurs
day attending to some business mat
ters. Mrs. R. J. White went to Holdrego
Thursday to spend a few days with
' Mrs. Wm. Zackcy and Mrs. C. R.
Bitts spent Fr'dny with friends at
Mrs. Finley Bright went to Aurora
Friday morning to spend a few days
Marshall Doyle had a couple of
men for speeding up before Judge
Stewart this week.
Louis Tracy, a trap drummer, from
Denver, Colorado has joined tho Kro
matic Kids orchestra.
Mrs. Bert Stunkard returned home
Friday morning from Nnponco where
Bho spent a few days.
Mr. and Mra. 0. E. Quigley retu -lied
to tho'r homo at Council BUl ,
Iowa, Wednesday morn'ng.
Clark Crow of Republican C.ty
spent the weekend heio with Harry
Stroup and family and with friends.
Wm. Thompson of Benkleman ar
rived here Saturday morning to spend
a few days with his father, Harry
Mr. and Mrs. Babe Arnold and chil
dren residing north of Cowles spent
Sunday here with her mother, Mrs.
Miss Mildred Pope who is attending,
college at Hustings spent the past
week here with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. Pope.
George Hart, traveling freight agent
for the Burlington from Beatrice, was
in the city Wednesday attending to
Donald Funk returned to Hastings
Tuesday morning after spending tho
past two weeks here and at Superior
visiting with relatives.
Mrs. Schultz returned to her homo
at Dnnbury the last of tho week after
spending a few weeks hero with her
son, G. A. Schultz and family.
W. F. Farlow, roadmastcr for the
Burlington at Wymore, spent several
hours in the city Saturday morning
attending to company business.
f ho FOLKS
AT HOME EXPECT YOU
TO TELL 'EM ALL ABOUT
"OMAHA'S FUN iJZriBiXjlA VISIT
CENTRE," llWJ4n&l& IT
SuieAlwtvi Filled KlililVeltyCtrlt, Tunny Clown
Gori-eoui Iinulpl!e. llnllUnt Scenic i nyvirounitfot.
MATINEE DAJLY, 2:15; EVNGS. fi:30
EVERYBODY CJOESl ASIC ANYBODY '
Jllwayttio Olggest and Best Show West ot Chicago
See Cotting for Wall Paper and paint.
Next Sunday is Easter.
Tomorrow is Good Friday.
Fred Mocdc spent Saturday in Blue
Row H. W. Cope spent Saturday in
Miss Gem White spent Saturday in
Miss Icnn Ludlow spent Saturday
Get ready for Clean Up Day Tues
day, May 2nd.
Oliver Powell has rearranged
interior of his Cafe.
Strnyed A black Jersey milk cow.
Finder notify Geo Pope.
Miss Etta Rhodes was a passenger
to Omaha Monday morning.
Everyone will be cleaning their yards
Tuesday, May 2nd. Will you?
Rev. D. Fitzgcrnld was a passenger
to Superior Saturday morning.
George Ovcring was a passenger
to Hastings Thursday morning.
Miss Gertrude Adams of Inavale
spent Saturday with friends here.
Miss Mary Christian was a passen
gtr to Blue Hill Saturday morning.
C. C. McConkey relumed to the Old
Soldiers' Homo at Grand Island Sat
urday. Alf Nolan was in Superior Monday
whore he took the cream tester's
Miss Mabel Bailey went to Omaha
Monday morning to visit her brothers,
Grant and Will Bailey and wife.
Judge Blackledgo and Court Re
porter Lee Johnson wcro passengers
to Hastings Monday morn'ng.
Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards and
children of Rivcrton spent Sunday
afternoon with friends in the city.
Lynn Bush returned to Hastings
Monday morning after spending the
past week hero with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. N. B. Bush.
If you have eye, ear, noso or throat
trouble or need glasses sco Dr. Warrick
tho specialist at Dr. Damerell's office
Monday, April 17th. Hours 2 to C.
Miss Tholma McBridc returned to
Hastings Monday morning after
spending the past weel: here with her
parents, Dr. and Mrs W. II. McBi'Je.
A. II. Carpenter and J. T. Saladcn
went to Sclden, Kansas, Friday morn
ing to spend a few days looking after
Mr Carpenter's real estate interests.
We need DO young women to take
up training at unco for the new Lord
Lister Hospital having n capacity of
200 bods We give nn excellent course
In Theory and Practical Nursing under
the direction of competent Instructors.
Full mnlntennnco and $10 per month
for first year nftcr acceptance; second
nnd third years $20 per month.
Address, MRS. 13. 0. HENRY, Mgr.
Lord Lister Hospital
26th and Dewey, Omaha, Neb.
He lercrce nny llnnk or Trust Company In Omaha
Arsenate of Lead
For Sale by
CHAS. L COTTING
R ADTnPHONFS S
S Mmvliiliiir IJ?nrfv I
216 411. St. ' Phono 251
Thirty Years Ago
April 8, 1892
Mis S. R. MoBrido and daughter
Cnrrie were In Hastings this week,
The Sons of Veterans will entertain
our people on the 21st with the colo
brated drama, 'Tankoc Detective".
O. C. Bell, receiver or tho First Na.
tlonal bank, informs us that that Insti
tution has declared n dividend of SO per
cent which is now ready to be paid out.
M. V. Dlcltetson olid others vlowcd
the cyclone wreck at Nelson on Sunday
Tho snioko stack on tho engine
house of tho water works took a tutnb'o
this week during tho gale.
Chas. Cnlmcs of Superior was up this
week. He will return to Red Cloud
and look after his bakery business.
Dr. McKeoby was at Concordia this
week attending u joint meeting of the
Republican Valley and Intcr-Stnte
Six new members wcro received by
tho Congregational church last Sun
doy. One person being baptized by
immersion at the Baptist church by
Very soon, wo understand, tho Hast
ings nccommodntlon train will bo run
through to Obcrllu mid return. This
would trive Rod Cloud better connect
ion with Kansas points than she has at
Tho city election Is over nud tho fol
lowing were elected ollloers:
Mayor D. B Spanogle.
Treasurer Henry Cook.
Clerk-T. J. Ward.
Surveyor V A. Kuclm.
Aldermen, 2nd ward D. .1. Myors
and C. II. Potter. 1st waul Jos Km
blok and Ed. Pulsipher.
School Board V. l?. Cathor and Mrs
A. A Pope
Farm Bureau Notes
SOW AND LITTER CLUBS
Tho Pleasure and Profit Club was
organized at Red Cloud. Edgar
Amack, president, Oscar Rumcy, Vice
president, Cecil Means, secretary and
Lawrence Means, local leader.
Members enrolled are Edgar
Amack, Red Cloud, Poland China;
Cecil Means, Red Cloud, Poland China;
Chas. McMahon, Blue Hill, Duroc
Jersey; Gilbert McMalion, Blue Hill,
Duroc Jersey; Paul Arndt, Blue Hill,
Duroc Jersey; William Arndt, Blue
Hill, Duroc Jersey; Howard Means,
Red Cloud, Poland China; Oscar
Ramcy, Red Cloud, Duroc Jersey;
Norman Griffith, Red Cloud, Duroc
Jeiscy; Aldcn Peterson, Red Cloud,
Poland China; Everett Johnston, Inn
vale, Duroc Jersey; Chas. Miner, Red
Cloud, Duroc Jersey; Floyd Day, Re
Cloud, Duroc Jersey; and Erman Dc
drick, Red Cloud, Duroc Jersey.
Purebred Squealers Sow and Litter
Club was organized at Guide Rock.
Logan Ohmstcde, president, Earl
Portinicr, vice-president, James S'mp
son secretary and John Ohmstcde,
Members enrolled arc Lormier Ed
ron, Duroc Jersey; Logan Ohmstcde,
Duroc Jersey; James Simpson, Po
land Ch'na; Eugene White, Poland
China; Earl Woodwa.d, Duroc Jersey;
Harry FL-hel, Poland China; Earl
Portinicr, Poland Ch'ia, Nathan
CVary, Poland China; Gilbert Lund
stcdr, Polnnd'-Chna; Albert Vr.ncc,
Poland China; Allen Vaughn, Poland
China; Spencer Vance, Polnnd China;
Paul Ferguson, Poland China and
Geneva Beck, Poland China.
HENRY R. FAUSOH,
Webster County Agricultural Agent
Congregational Church Notes
Itov. J. S. Dick will preach every
evening next week beginning Monday,
April 17th, at 8 o'clook. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all to attend
ltognlur services every flrntnnd third
Sunday in tho month in tho Advent
church, corner Third and Walnut.
H'istcr Sunday tho Lord's Supper will
Announcements received immediate'
ly before tho services,
Short Confoselonul service at 10:15 n.
I'reaohiugatll n. m.
Tho public Is cordially invited.
O. Ilcinltz, Pastor.
OVER STATE BANK
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
The Fire Department hns taken tho
electric siren down and is shipping
tho snmo back to tho factory. The
knockers can now let their nrms rest.
Miss Anne Rnnney went to Blue
Hill Saturday morning to visit her
brother after spending -n few days
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Mrs. Carl Jernbcrg returned to her
homo at Akron, Oolorndo, Sunday
morning after spending a few days
hero at the A. Jernbcrg homo and
Mrs. Frank Foley and children
went to Hastings Monday whore they
will make their homo. Mr. Foley is
running between here and Hastings
on No. 173 and 171.
Attorney Bcrnnrd McNeny returned
homo Tuesday evening from Roches
ter, Minnesota, whoro ho took his
wife to tho Mayo Bros., hospital for
Wm. Hunt shipped a carload of
spotted Poland China hogs to Henry
Field at Shenandoah, Iowa Tuesday
morning. Mr. Field's purchased these
hogs at the sale Saturday.
A. II. Crabill shipped three cars of
hogs to the St. Joseph market Sunday
morning, Dclancy Bros., one env of
hogs to Kansas City and Frank How
aid one car of horses to Chicago.
Mrs. J. W. Hauck rctur.icd home
Sunday morning from Rochester,
Minnesota, where she went with Mr.
and Mrs. A. V. Ducker, tho hitler
undergoing an operation at the Mayo
Bro-., hospital last week.
Mrs. D. G. Addlcman, of Oborlin,
Kansas, who has been visiting her
brother, N. B. Bush nnd family, de
parted Saturday morning for Ft.
Leavenworth, Kansas where she will
visit her mother and sister.
John Whetzcl, who has been holding
down a chair in W. A. Hunt's barber
shop for several months, departed
Sunday morning for Colorado Springs,
Colorado, where he will join h!s wife
and make their future home.
Ed Lewis and T. L. Miller wont
through to St. Joe Sunday in charge
of the stock shipped from hole. One
hundred and eighteen cars of stock
including that loaded here was hand
led by the Burlington from this point
i We received a letter Sunday from
Dena Dyer of Los Angeles, California,
stating that his brother, Edward,
passed away last week after a few
days illness with the flu. Ed had
been employed by the Edison Elcctr'c
Co., for several years.
Baptist Church Notes
Sunday vSuhool 10 n. m,
Easter Morning worship 11 a in.
A spoclal Easter sermon by the past
or and a celebration of tho Lord's Sup
Tllore will bt up serviees tit tho
church next Sunday evening The
service will be givi-n ovor to the Com
munity Chorus '
Mid-week prayer hour WodiuMlny i.t
1 Rev. Fiod .1. Nowland, Pastor.
GRACE CHURCH NOTES
Morning Prayer and Address
10:00 a. m.
Evening Prayer and Address
8:00 p. m.
Evening Prayer and Litany
4:15 p. m.
Morning Prayer at 7:30 a. m.
Holy Communion with Sermon
11:00 a. m.
Eveninpr Prayer and Address
1:00 p. m.
Tho abovo sendees aro arranged in
such a way that it ought to bo possible
to have your presence .at several of
them. Tho subject of the addresses
will bo timely, and tho addresses will
bo short. Plan to come yourself and
bring a friend or neighbor. Upon
you depends in a largo measure tho
success ov failure of these sendees.
If you aro not a member of Grace
church and wish to enjoy nny or all
of these services don't hesitate to
como. A hearty welcome awaits you
from the congregation and tho minis
ter; better than that is tho knowledge
that you havo worshipped God nnd
received His blessing.
Golden Rod Highway Assn.
Meets Here Next Wednesday
Tho annual meeting pf the Golden
Rod Highway Association will be held
in this city next Wednesday. Over
one hundred and fifty delegates are
expected to be present. Officers will
be elected for the ensuing year and
snch other business transacted ns inny
properly como beforo the meeting.
Tho visitors will be ontortnlnod at a
banquet nt noon and tho business
meeting will bo held in the Auditorium,
There is no factor of suuh vital Im
portance to tho business lnterobt'J of
any pommtinliy as tho development of
our highways and evory posilblu eu.
coumgeinent should bo given.
. SN -TB jis c t- lrfSirf.?CJsr -vWvw.X
KJompaie flavor andctispness!
Corn Makes you ever ate!
Takes tho rough edges off hopping out of tho covers
these snappy mornings just thinking about that lusty,
bowl of Kellogg's Corn Flakes waiting down-stairs!
Big and brown and crispy-crunchy flakes a revelation
in appetizing flavor, wonderful in wholesome goodness
the most delicious cereal you ever tasted!
Instantly you like Kellogg's, not only because" "of ap
Jicaling flavor, but because Kellogg's arc not "leathery"!
Ccllogg's arc u delight to cat, as the little folks as well
ns tho big ones will tell you! And Kellogg's ought to
bo best they're tho original Corn Flakes! You have
Sua aalcero of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES
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Get The Best Easter Suit
You Can Buy
Not just because you want to
look stylish that day, but
because you want to keep right
on looking stylish
make the best clothes we know
anything about; best in the
skillful designing, best in the
all wool fabrics and needle
work . SEE THE NEW NORFQLKS
AND SPRING CLOTHES
THEY'RE READY FOR YOU
Z.DII 10 p4D.UU
Shoes and Oxfords
Never have we shown a better line of
shoes. Men's dress shoes in the latest
&& from....$4.00 to $8.50
......$2.25 to $4-50
Remember we strnd back of every pair we sell.
W. G. Hamilton Clothing Co.
The House of Quality
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Pante,
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picturo
THE jWGHES WAY
WE CLEAN HATS
"Putr, Jimmy, latttrl
Yon hnow mnthtr itid
thtr won't bt any
breahlatt till tea brtnm
th Halloas' Corn
only to make comparison to realize
KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes for
tomorrow morning's spread! They,
get tho day started right! Insist
upon KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes fn
tho RED and GREEN package-
tho kind that aro not leathery!
and KELLOGG'S BRAN, cooled and ItrmnlileB
The Margin of Safety
Is represented by the amount of
insurance you carry,
Don't lull yoarsolf Into a fancied
Because fire has never touched you
it doesn't follow that you're immune
Tomorrow no today, If you have
time and you better find time
come to thojofllce and wo'll write
a policy on your hoitso, furniture
store or merchandise,
LATER MAY BE TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
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