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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1922)
RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
AS TOLD TO OS
Cnrl Oglev.'e was in Franklin- Monday.
Mrs. May Summers spent Saturday
Two good places to eat, at home
and Powell's Cafe.
Mrs. L. II. Fort of Oilcan? was in
the city Decoration Day.
Fred Nelson of McCook spent Sun
day with his family here.
Earl Patten was a jiassoiiKer to
Kearney Wcdnecdny morning'
FOll SALE A new No. 9 Oliver
typewriter. Inquire at this office.
Mrs. J. V. Auld and daughter Miss
Virginia spent Monday in Hnstings.
Attorneys F. E. Maurcr and D." W.
Stewart were in Guide Pock Wednesday.
A baby girl arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnson Fridcy
Mr. and Mrs. A. 13. Gelwick were
passengers to Lincoln Wednesday
Pod Cloud and Holstcin will play
ball on the local diamond Sunday
Mrs. C. M. Sherwood went to Chi
cago Tuesday to visit her sister and
Mrs. Addie Perkins of Detroit,
Michigan, is hero visiting her mother,
Miss Verna Trine instructor of
piano, summer term beginning Juno
5th. Phono 147M.
Miss Jane Petersen went to Hast
ings Friday morning to spend a few
days with relatives.
Miss Helen McNeny returned home
Monday evening from Omaha where
she had been visiting.
Russell Summers returned to Hast
ings Monday morning after a short
visit here with relatives.
N. B. Wagoner returned home
Monday after spending a couple of
days ct Ayr and Hastings.
L. IT. Peiher and C. E. Gurnoy ac
companied the stock shipment from
here to Kansas City Sunday.
Pev. D. Fitzgerald was a passenger
to Superior Saturday morning re
turning home Sunday evening.
Mrs. Sadie Williams of Omaha ar
rived in the city Friday evening to
spend a few days with friends.
W. H. Roberts returned to Fairbury
Wednesday mornning after spending
n few days hero with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. David Delph spent
Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Chas.
Pharos and family at Guide Rock.
Miss Margaret Miner arrived homo
Monday evening from Alliance where
she had been teaching school the past
Mrs. C. B. Crone of York spent the
first of the week in the city with
her daughter, Mrs. Frank Peterson
Theodore Manley arrived here Sat
urday morning from Casper, Wyom
ing to visit his parents, Mr. &nd Mrs.
J. W. Manley.
Miss Christine Caldwell returned
home Sunday morning from Franklin
where she had been teaching school
the past year.
Mrs. Will Bruner returned" to her
home ate Lincoln Sunday morning
after spending the past few days hero
Mrs. Carl Jernberg of Akron, Colo
w rado, is -here visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Jernberg and with
Frank Richardson returned to
Cheyenne, Wyoming, tho last of the
week after, spending a t couple of
weeks here with his wife and family.
L. V. Rothrock returned to his homo
at Fort Morgan, Colorado, Saturday
evening after spending n couple of
weeks with relatives and friend.?
Mrs. Cantland returned to her home
at Omaha Tuesday morning v' r
spending n couple of weeks at the
home of her brother, W. J. Lippincott
Clcnn your Wnll Paper with Absor
eno. Sold by Cottlng.
Mrs. J. E. Butler spent Friday in
Wanted to hear froiu owned1 fefYJirih
for Srtlo Stato price Mrs. W. Booth,
Box D, nipark, Des Moines, Iowa.
Miss Emma Bargman spent Thurs
day in Hastings.
Revenue Collector A. V. Shatfor
was in the city Saturday.
Donald Funk was a passenger to
Guide Rock Friday morning.
Bruce Robinson and Ernest Hayes
were up from Superior Friday even
G. A. Wells of Cowlcs has pur
chased a new Studcbakcr car of Og
Wm. Doyle of Hastings was visiting
relatives and friends in tho el'y the
first of tho week.
Ed Mountford and Art Nelson have
been doing some plumbing work for
E. W. Stevens at Smith Center tho
pivst few days.
Miv. Roy Tool and children of Los
Angeles, California,' arrived in tho
city Monday morning to visit Mr.
and Mrs. 0. C. Tccl.
Fred Slaby went to Superior this
morning to pilch a ball game for the
Superior team who arc playing tho
Fairfield team today.
Ashton Ailos departed Friday even
ing for Garos, Colorado whore ho will
spend tho summer at the home of his
brother, Carrol Ailes.
Mrs. John Arncll and baby relum
ed homo Saturday morning from Hol
drege where she spent a few days
with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Richardson re
turned to this city Tuesday morning
after spending several months at
San Francisco, California.
At the regular meeting of the I. 0.
0. F. lodge Monday evening Ray Og
levie was elected Noble Grand and
Joe Hewitt, Vice Grand.
Hobert Blackledgc returned home
the first of the week from Lincoln
where he had been attending the
stato university the past year.
Three tiains of stock consisting
of one hundred and seventy cars pass
ed thru here Sunday, enroute to the
St. Joe and Kansas Gity markets.
Mrs. Fred McPheters returned home
Sunday morning from Bartlcsvillc,
Oklahoma, where she had been visit
ing her parents and other relatives
' Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hauck return
ed to their home at Ooffeyvillc, Kan
sas, Monday morning after spending
a week here visiting their son, J. W.
Hauck and wife.
Tho Misses Velma and Grace Beez
ley were passengers to Hastings
W. A. Myers, a representative for
the Kansas City Stock Yards Co.,
was in the city Friday.
John Kmos, Cecil Cummings and
Art Gilbert attended the ball game
at Blue Hill Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McFadden and
children tpent Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mi's. D. R. Hughes.
Sam Saunders arrived in the city
Saturday evening to visit friends and
attend the Decoration Day excercises.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Walton, Will
Kent and Worth Shipman were in
Obcrlin, Kansas, the last of the week.
Mrs. Georgia Walker and sop, Oils,
were passengers to Lincoln Friday
morning where they will spend a few
drfys at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
dhas. Sherer and her daughter, Miss
Moy, who has been attending school
thero the past few month.
Wo are selling a lot of
paper because our prices are
reasonable and we are re
ceiving new patterns often
to replenish our stock.
You should not fail to call
here before you buy.
get our prices on
CHAS. L. COTTING
Mrs. Bernard McNeny and daugh
ter, Miss Helen went to Omaha
Thursday morning to spend a few
Union Memorial Services
W. II. Roberts who has been work
ing at Fail bury arrived in the city
Sunday evening to visit his wife and
Tho Girls' Altar (iullri of Onu'c Kpls
copiil church will hold n Mtlc of tmuio
made cukes Saturday, June .'1, at, F. O.
Bert Hatfield. Herb Ludlow, Hi'l
Hunt, Chas. Lind'ey and W. 0. Ham
ilton attended .he ba1l game at Blue
Hill Sunday afternoon.
C C. McConkoy cam? down from
Grand Island Sa'urda.,- ' evciiii.t to
spend a few days with hi daughter,
Mrs. W. R. Lippincott.
Roundhouse Foreman J. W Hauck
attended a meeting of Burl'iigton of
ficials at McCook Thursday return
ing home on No. 1 1 Fi iday morning.
The following shipped stock from
here Sunday morning, Charles E. Gur
noy two cars of catt'o to Kansas Cify;
Delaney Bros., one car of cattle and
one' car of hog8! to Kansas City and
A. B. Crabill three cars of hog. to
St. Joseph Mo.
Mrs. George Pope departed Thurs
day morning for Slioiidan, Wyoming,
where she will spend a couple of
weeks visiting her daughter, Miss
Mabel Pope. The latter will attend
summer school at Berkley, California,
as soon as school closes.
Bruco Robinson Is tho lntest one to
ncquiro the radio ling, nnd is now busy
erecting a first class set of instruments
in his battery plnnt Brnco is nn dec
tricil genius, imywny, nnd to experi
ment with picking sound waves from
tho air will be second nature to him.
Radio Market Report
The following is tho market report
for today as received by tho Piatt &
Frees radio service:
Chlcngo 39,000 hogs; cattle 13,000;
11,000 sheep; 10,500 hogs left over; hogs
10 to 15 cents off A
Kansas City 0000 hogs; 10C0 cattle?
4000 sheep. ' J
Omaha UOOO hogs; C00O cattle; 3jOO
St. Louis 15,000 hogs; 2000 cattlo;
St Joe 10,000 hogs; 1S00 cattle' 3000
Liverpool, cnble open. July whoat
?.a up, September wheat lc up.
S. W. Weather. Denver, clear and
cool Nebraska Fair in oast, unsett
led in west portion, possible showers,
some what warmer, tomorrow unsett
led. W A A W
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of an order of stilo Issued by A. D.
Ranney, County Judge of Webster
County, Nebraska, wherein the stato of
Nebraska was plaintiff, and one Ford
Automobile, Engine No. 1C10.'J75, was
coudemmed by the court and ordered
sold, by order of the court to mo direct
ed, I will at two o'clock, P. M. on the
17th duy of June, 1022, at tho south
door of the court house, in said county,
offer for sale at public vendue one ford
Automobile, Engine No. 1C10375, to the
Dated this 24th day May, 1022.
Albert W. Jefferis
Republican Ccndidate for
United States Senatoi
Fnrm boy, country school
teacher, college man, amateur
ball player, lawyer, earnest
worker in development of Ne
braska, now in Congrcco.
Always a Republican
Primary July 18th.
Union Memorial service was held in
the Busso Auditorium last. Sunday
morning by the. churches of the city.
Hov llturhoti FranU of the Church of
the Druthreti delivered the address
winch greatly pleased the laro audi
oueo in attendance. Ho emphasized
the duty of the living to those who I
have Klven their lives to maintain our
independence and uphold the princi
ples for which our forefathers fought.
The Community Chorus rendered care-'
fully elected music to harmonize with I
Barney Ring Laid to Rest
Harney Klin for niimv vphk.ii inl.l
ili'iit of Nvbmskn. ussiil away early
lust Sunday morning at hishoine south '
of Inavale. The deceased Was bom In '
tho statu of Illinois and was about iV
years of age. In paxsiiitf from this1
sphere of aetlon he leaves a record of
honesty and straightforwaid llvioj,'.
He was an affectionate husband and!
father and his loss will be keenly felt
by the boreaved family.
lie leaves to mourn hlsdeiniso a wife,
thiee children, one sister, Mrs. Jcs.
llcrbcrger of this city, and two broth
eiv, Illchard of Kuln and Adolph of
Key. UeinitK conducted tho fnnural
services Sunday afternoon from the
Mt Hope, church and interment wi s
made in the Mt. Hope cemetery.
Buried Friday Afternoon
Mrs. Kinma Allen, aged 111 years and
ono month, answered tho final sum
mons and parsed to her reward May
2!rd, at tho homo of her sister Mrs, Kd
McC'rillis in Juwell County, Kansas.
Funeral services were conducted Fil.
day afternoon and interment made in
the Webb Hill cemetery.
Hid ma Wlttwur was born in Atchison
county, Kansas, April 2.'l, 18711. Tho
same year her parents moved to Smith
county, Kansas where sho grow to
womanhood. At 10 years of ago she
was married to .Mr. J. S. Kothrouk and
to this union were born threo suns, L.
V., George D., and F. M. Kothrock, all
who now resldo in Colorado. Tho
family resided near Inavale for several
years but later moved to Montecello,
Indiana, where in January 1010 Mr.
Rothrock passed away.
In 1013 she niarriod Mr. F. M. Allen
of Stouehom, Colorado, and to them
was born one son, ThomaB Walter.
She leaves to mourn her death, be
sides her husband and children, on
sister, Mrs. Ed McCrillls, and three
brothers, John and George of Red
Cloud, and Frank of Ft. Morgan, Colorado.
My most embarrassing slttintlon hap
pened when I was a young girl. Our
Sunday school gave a picnic In tho
woods and I attended, wenrlng a white
dress, nnd carrying n green silk para
sol. Unfortunately, a rain came ';p and
after It was over my dress wns as
green as my parasol. Chicago Journal.
Which means whaUyou buy of us you get
tho best goods tho market can produce at
prices that are reasonable and fair.
We arc gaining in the good graces of the
clothing buying public every day and people
are coming from a greater distance than ever,
to trade witli us. For years we have main
tained only one set policy
"A Square Deal to All"
This month is STRAW HAT,
COOLER CLOTHES month.
As usual we are strongly equipped with
this line of merchandise.
Come and See Us First
LADIES' and MISSES'
The H- P. Weesnef Gompany
RED CLOUD. NEBR.
BANKRUPTCY SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION
Confectionery 'Ice Cream Parlor
The undersigned, trustee in bankruptcy; will offer for sale at public
auction the stock and fixtures of E. M. Ege, bankrupt, at the place
of business of the latter, in the cityof Red Cloud, Nebraska, on
ATURDAY, JUNE 3rd A2
Fixtures consist of Soda Fountain, Counters. Tables.
Stools, Electric Mixer, etc., appraised at about
. appraised at $531.00
THE ABOVE WILL FIRST OFFERED IN BULK and
if bids not satisfactory, by the piece.
F. E. MAURER, Trustee in Bankruptcy
OVEK STATE UANK
Red Cloud j Nebraska
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
TflE HUGHES WHY
WE CLEAN HATS
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