The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, May 25, 1922, Image 1

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VOLUME 50
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MAY 25. 1922
NUMBER 21.
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J. 0. Butler Sells Out Charity Lodge Elects Officers
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. SPECIALS FOR
IATURDAY. MAY
BUY SOME OF THESE FOR
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Large can Pork and Beans, 1-lb. 4-oz., per
Extra quality medium Red Salmon, per can 18c
Imported KiDDcrd Herring. Der can. - 22c
Pure Pork Sausage, per can - 13c
J Gallon Peaches, per can, - ? 63c
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Our tvery Day rnces Are Kiglit
And We Meet All Competition
On Produce.
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ARMERS' UNION
Wednesday .1 O. Butler, who Una
conducted u hiuncss shop in tliis city
h different times for the past thirty
yeais, disponed of his business to Lee
II Walker, of Rloomiuglun, who litis
taken possession of the same Mr
Walker Ivnrned tho trade uiv'or Mr
Butler in this city somu twenty live
j ears ago. and having been continuous
ly engaged in this lino of work ever
since will prove fully capable of hand
ling tho local enterprise to tho entire
satisfaction of all customers. Mr. Dul
ler is u ood workman and lias always
piven his patrons splendid service,
thu-5 building up a pood business which
the new ptopiictor will no doubt con
tinue to tliu entire satisfaction of all.
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Ladies' or Childrens
CLOTHES
HAVE A NICE LINE IN ALL GRADES AND PRICES. COLORS
ARE FAST, WILL STAND ALL KINDS OP WASHING AND WILL
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Installs Radiophone
Tho Piatt .fc Frees Lumber Co., have
this week installed a Westinghouso
radiophone receiving set of tho very
latest and mos't improved type, tho
first to bu successfully operated in tills
city. This sot was secured through Kd
Qarber who has the agency, and is of
the most highly developed type now
manufactured. It consists of an and
ion bulb dotector, two stage amplifier,
tuning coils capable of receiving any
wave length now used by any of the
high powered sending stations, and be
sides licnd phones it includes a large
Mugnovex loud speaking horn capable
of reproducing the messages loud
enough to be heard distinctly any
where in the room. Afew minor parts
have uot boen received yet, but it is
sutllciontly complete to onablo one to
distinctly hoar the weather and market
reports ard concerts sent out by the
Muling stations in the nearest largo
cities.
Mr. I'latt Is always on tho alert to
keep abreast with tho times and is to
be congratulated on being tho first to
successfully receive radio messages in
tho city.
At ho regular mooting of C'haiity
lodgo . V & A. M., held Friday even
ing the following weie elected olllcers
for the ensuing year:
Worshipful Master W. D. lMson.
Senior Warden V. A Turnuro.
Junior Ward on 11. V Oat mini
Treasurer 12. L Oi lines
Secietary It. F. Perry.
Ex-Soldiers Attention
Ne.st iuesday, May HOth, Is Decor
ation ll.iy and tho American Legion
Post requests that all the ox-soldiers
and sailors of the community to join
them at l Mo p. in., and take part in
the exercises in memory of those who
have answered the ilual muster. I'lease
wear your mil form if possible but
come anyway.
Dr. It. S. Martin, Commauder.
A. 11. MoArtliur, Adjt
TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOWING THEM.
ALSO A LARGE LINE OF ORGANDIES,
AND DIMITIES.
BATISTE, VOILE
Barbara Phares
AGENTS "Ladiss' Home Journal
Patterns"
"Warner Bros. Corsets."
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Phone Ind. 3 on 90, Bell 174.
Residence, Bell 241
Mrs. Ed Amack
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Kansas Boys Get in Trouble
Verne Ilroakey, a boy about 19 years
of age living near Lebanon, Kansasi
was brought into County Court Mon
day where he entered u plea of guilty
to a charge of unlawfully having liquor
in his possession, and a fine of 6100
Wis imposed and his car confisicated.
Thomas Jeiferles, about 20 'years of
a?e, from Downs, Kansas, was bound
over to District Court after having
plead guilty to a chargo of attempted
automobile theft. Ilcing unable to
furnish bonds he is a guest of Sheriff
HutTer.
Tiie two Amos uoys wno live near
Lebanon, Kansas, who wcro in com
pany with Breakey and Jefferies were
arrested and held tor investigation but
have been released, no charge boing
preferred.
-Marshal Doylo discovered a Ford
automobile parked on Webster street
bearing no licenso tag Saturday night,
upon further investigation he discover
ed a quart bottlo containing a few
drinks of moonshine whiskey. lie
learned that it had boon driven into'
the city by five young men, ono of
whom approached tho car while tho
marshal was on the lookout. Hedenled
any knowledge of the car or its con.
tonts. However, he made his get
away quickly as possible and warned
his companions that the oOlccrs were
on their trail. Later Max Mizer dis
covered young Jefferies in the act of
driving off his Buick which had been
parked on Fourth Avenue near tho
Qrlce & Grimes drug store. Their
Ford having been previously locked up
the boys were intent on gotting home
without having to walk. Sheriff HufF
er was notified, and In company with
Marshal Doyle, discovered and arrested
tho four boys south ot the city across
tho river, they wero walking toward
the Kansas Hue. Tho fifth member of
tho party made a get away and his
identity is unknown'
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Dan Qarber has thrown bis bat in the
political ring and has 'filed as a candi
date for representative' on the Republi
can ticket. r ' tn .
Celebrate 52nd Anniversary
By Meeting on "Guide Rock"
Kverybody in Webster and adjoining
counties is invited to attend a meeting
on Sunday afternoon, May 28, at three
o'clock on tho top of tho "Guitlerock",
of all those interested in tho early his
tory of this county At this meeting
Mr. .1. S. Gilliam of Red Cloud will
speak, also Mr. 12. Peters. Mr. Gilliam
was the first attorney and first state
fj"iitttor from Wobstcr county. We all
know our own Mr. Voters, tlio mst
Sherlir of Webster county, and our old
est settler. lie will point out the first
house, tho stockado, and other points
of interest from tho top of the rock
and explain their very interesting his
tory. Plans will bo discussed to per
manently mark the rock. Mrs. Orpha
Pace, one of the first children born in
Webster county, will read an interest
ing paper. Guide Rock Signal.
Defeated Blue Hill 8 to 3
Sunday afternoon the Red Cloud
ball team increased their batting aver-
ago and also their standing in the Polly
league by defeating Illue Hill on the
homo diamond by a scoro of 8 to 3
The local team run in two scores in
tho second and fourth inning while in
the last half of tho fifth they hit
"Mickey" Matthews for six runs, every
one batting around beforo the smoke
cleared away. Hill Dahms, tho left
fielder, went on the mound In the sixth
intilng and ended Rod Cloud's batting
rally. The wind storm came up in the
eighth and in the ninth with two men
on bases Jenkins came up and hit for
three bases making two of the scores
for the visitors. Slaby pitched a very
good game and he struck out twelve,
hitting two, Hero's hoping our team
keeps up tho record they mado in this
game. Tho team goes to Blue Hill
next Sunday.
Decoration Day Program
The following is tho program for
Decoration Day, Tuesday, May 30th:
' 1:30 p.m.
Parade will form on corner of Web
ster street and Fourth Avenuo. All
soldiers of Civil, Spanish American,
World War, American Legion and Boy
Scouts headed by the Red Cloud band
will march in a body to the cometery
where they will decorato the graves.
2:50 P. M. Besso Auditorium
Music Red Cloud Band
Song Community Chorus
Invocation Rev, Hardman
Song Community Chorus
Reading Commander Martin
List of Deceased Soldiers
Reading- "Flander's Field" Glee King
Reading Rev. Nowland
Lincoln's Gettysburg Hpoeoh
Address Hon. J. 8. Gilham
Song
Star Spangled Bannor
Tho churches will hold a Union Me
morial service at the Auditorium San-
day morning at 11 o'oloclt, Rev. Franz
will deliver the address.- - '
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The Gillette Safety Razor
Only $1.00 Each
VK IIAVK A NUMUICR OF THE GENUINE GILLETTE
imOtt'KlK SHAVING SETS, CONSISTING OF ONE GENU
INE GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR AND 3 EXTRA BLADES,
IN IMITATION LEATHER CASES, AT ONLY $1.00 EACH.
FORMER LOWEST PRICE ON GILLETTE WAS $5.00.
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM
AND YOU WILL BUY ONE
KODAK
DEALER
E. H. Newhouse
RED CLOUD
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BE PRACTICAL
The young man in love often goes into raptures about
"the blue oC 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 homo 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 flics out at the window.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floiance, Prciidcnt Red Cloud, Neb. S. R. Florence, Cashier
Capital and Surplus $jj,ooo.oo
Dtpotttt Guaranteed hy the Dtpotltort Ouaiunty 'ami of the State of Xtbratla
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The Gift Shop
It's time to be looking for that gift you
may wish to purchase. Graduating season
is here and we are prepared to help you.
Or you may be going to attend a
wedding. We have a nice line of gifts
for such occasions.
J. C. MITCHELL
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
We Do Only The Highest Grade
CONNERCIAL PRINTING
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