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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JUNE 1. 1922
A GOOD PLACE
Chautauqua Dates Set
Rov. S. Hard man, local manager for
the Midland Chautauqua Circuit states
that tlio dato for Red Cloud's ChaUt
tiuqua will be July 2Gth to August 1st'
inclusluo. Ho is authority for tbo
statement that tlio program will bo ex
ceptionally good this year, aud among
the musical numbers will be found
Ernest Toy, the Australian violinist,
tin John Ross Reed Trio, tlio John
Howard Quintetto and Men's Orchestra
WKllSTF.R PIONEERS MEET
Bring Us Your Produce
We Meet All Competition
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FOtf KNOW THAT
Is the One Cloth
That You Get the
Most Good From
Defeated Blue Hill Again
Sunday afternoon our ball team
went to Blue IIH1 whero they played a
roturn game with tho local team at
that place Our team increased their
percentage tp.500 by defeating Dlue
Hill by a score of G to 4 in a hard
fought game. Jenkins pitched tho
ilrst six innings for Ulue Hill and tho
home boys succeeded in running live
soores in before he was relieved by
Matthews who kept our placers from
getting nny moro scores. Blue Hill
B:oreJ in tho first and sixth innings.
Slaby was on the mound for the home
tonm and he succcded in striking out
fourteen, securing two hits and lot his
opponents down with seven hits The
Holsteln team which lias not lost a
game this season comes hero Sunday
and no doubt the ball tails will see a
good game on the local diamond
fA HAVE A NICE LINE IN ALL GRADES AND PRICES.
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M YOU BUY ELSEWHERE, THE PATTERNS ARE SO PRETTY WE jM
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Ladies' or Childrens
ALSO A LARGE LINE OP ORGANDIES, BATISTE, VOILE
AGENTS "Ladi33' Homo Journal
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Decoration Day Observed
Di'curation liny was solumnly and
appropriately observed in this city, all
tin. business houses closed from 12 un
til 1 p. in,, aud a largo ciowd turned
out to tho services at tlio cemetery and
in the Auditorium. At 1:"0 the Ameri
can Legion headed by tho band march
oJ to tho cemotery whore the graves of
t'le veterans were decorated, tho firing
squad fired tliroo volleys in honor of
the dead soldiers and Paul I'oluicky
sounded taps All then went to the
Auditorium where the program was
given. An unexpected call took Dr.
Martin, Commander of tho American
Legion Po9t from tho city and Howard
Foe acted in his stead in charge of the
After music by tho band, a seleotion
by tho Community Chorus and invoca
tion by Rov. Samuel llardman, Miss
Gleo King read with wonderful effect
In Plander's Field". Rev. Frod Now
hind gave Lincoln's Gettysburg Ad
dress and Acting Commander Foe read
tho list of our soldier dead. Attorney
J. S. Gilham delivered a very forceful
and appropriate address, nis delivery
was very pleasing and tlio subject
treated in n manner thot appealed
to the patriotism of every citizen
The solemnity of the occasion aud
tho harmony in which all tho organl
zations participated made tho obser
vance of tho day very impressive
Grace Church Notes
Suuday School at 10.
Holy Communion at 11.
Evening Service at 8.
Tho Day of Pentecost, ten days after
tlio Ascension of our Lord, marked tho
comiug of tho Holy Ghost upon the
disciples, one hundred and twonty of
whom were gathered In tho upper room
From the earliest beginning ot Christ
ianity this day has been celebrated by
the Church, For many hundreds of
years many porsons were baptised on
that day. They wore a long white robo
at their baptism, called n chrisom, and
After a while instead of calling the day
Pentecost the people called it White
Sunday from whence tho name was cor
Congregational Church Notes
Preaching by Rev. Ludwig Thomson
t 11 a. m. "
.. Sunday School at 10 a. m,'
In commemoration of the first set
tlement in Webster county, a meeting
of pioneer citizens of tho county
occurred on the top of "guitlcrock,"
a huge outcropping of rock on the
south bank of the Republican river
from which the town of Guide Rock
took its name, on Sunday afternoon.
A beautiful drive along 1he river be
tween tho village of Guide Rock and
the rock, makes this historic spot
doubly attractive. Stops were cut
up the steep Incline which enabled the
older people and the women and chil
dren to reach the top of tlio rock
whicli rises three hundred foot above
the waters of the river. About three
hundred people were present from
Guide Rock, Superior, Cowlcs and Red
Emanuel Peters of Guide Rock,
the oldest living settler of the valley
was present, and pointed out from this
high elevation the location of thc first
house of Webster county, the stock
ade, and other points of interest. Ho
told how the Rankin colony, consisting
of nineteen men, arrived at tho base of
the rock on the evening of May 10,
1870, just fifty-two years ago. lie told
of their building a log cabin near the
river and tho digging of a deep trench
thru which they might approach the
river to proem c water in case of In
Ho told of tlio first murder in tho
county, the first death which wa. a lit
tle girl h'tten by a ratt'.csnako, and
fife." later devolopnipnt-cinrludinfr. the
railroad which was hui't from Hast
ings to Red Cloud in 187G.
Attorney J. S. Gilliam of Red Cloud,
first state senator from Webster
county, and -ho second county super
intendent in the county, also the first
p noticing attoinoy in the county, was
present, and made an intorcstuig talk.
Mr. Gi'ham arrived in Webster county
in 187-1 just af'er graduating from an
eastern college. E. J. Ovciing of Red
Cloud, wns chairman of the meeting.
Mrs. Orpha Pace, formerly Miss Or
pha Pottit, and one of the first chil
dren born in Webster county, read an
interesting paper on early day child
life in tho county. A Mr. Gilbert
was present. Mr. Gilbert claimed he
had stood on the "guidcrock" as early
as the fall of 18G3, being nt that time
a stage driver on the Oregon trail,
and while guiding a party of English
hunters, had become lost ,and climbed
the rock to look around over the
country and get his henrings.
The meeting was closed by voting
to organize a permanent historical so
ciety, and Messrs. E. Peters, Wilbcr
O. Ayer, Ralph W. McCallum and
Harry Vaughan were appointed a
committee to arrange for future meet
ings and to erect a monument on the
top of tlio rock. Thursday's State
EASTERN STAR HOLD
INSTALLATION MONDAY EVE
In the absence of Mrs. Mabel Day
Albright Miss Jessie N. Kellogg pro-
sided as the installing officer for the
Eastern Star, on Monday night,
when the following officers were in
Worthy Matron Mrs. Oliver Pow
ell, Worthy Patron A. D. Ranney.
Associate Matron Mrs. W. II. Mc
Bride. Secretary Mrs. C. D. Robinson.
Treasurer Mrs. A. D. Ranney.
Conductress Mrs. F. J. Munday.
Asscoiate Conductress Mrs. Har
Warder Mrs. W. A. Maynnrd.
Sentinel E. W. Stevens.
Adah Mrs. Claire Pope.
Ruth Miss Mario Traut,
Esther Miss Vcrna Hutchins.
Martha- Mrs Fred Maurer.
Electa Miss Edith Beezloy.
Organist Miss Katherine Traut.
Chaplin Mrs. A. Clark.
The Gillette Safety Razor
Only $1.00 Each
WE HAVE A NUMBER OF THE GENUINE GILLETTE
BROWNIE 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
E. H. Newhouse
"Savo young man and becomo respect
able und respected. It's tho surest
THIS MAXIM from the mind o one of America's
greatest thinkers should strike home with the young
men of .Red Cloud and vicinity. Our most successful
business men have heeded it in their youth and arc happy
for having done so. They practiced thrift without personal
inconvenience and the dollars they thus saved proved the
foundation for their succsss.
If not already a depositor open an account today.
THE WEESTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Flounce, President Rod Cloud, Neb. S. R. Flounce, Cmliier
Capital and Surplus $J5,ooo.oo
Dejionlti Guarantttit by th Depositors (lumanlij t'aml of (tie Stale of Xebraika
Are You Buying Dependable
That is The Kind We Sell
Malone - Gellatly Cq.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Schultz wont to
McCook Thursday morning to spend
a fowidnys with relatives and friends.
Routt County Lump
We sell for cash that's
why we sell cheaper.
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