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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1922)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JUNE 22. 1922
A Fall in, Buddy!
In more than 11,000 communities the world over today
your old Buddies are. through The American Legion, still
in action, fighting at home for the land that was good
enough to fight for abroad.
There are vacant places in the ranks that can never be
filled blank files dedicated to the memory of old ship
mates and tcntmates who went West when death rode in
the air and sea.
But there's your old place in the line, Buddy, waiting
for you, and the bugle of duty sounds "Fall in". There
are no written orders or commands except those of your
own conscience, and bunk-fatigue brings no excited top
Just the same. Soldier, The American Legion needs you
and you need The American Legion. That's fif ty-fif ty.
Hold up your end and become a member.
By midnight Saturday-rJuly 1. Red Cloud PostNo.238
wants to have every eligible service man or woman en
rolled as a member.
Your honorable discharge is your elegibility ticket.
Your Legion button tells the world you have such a dis
charge. For further information call on
Dr. R. S. Martin, Commander G. R. Beck, Vice Com.,
Harry Yost, Treasurer A. B. McArthur, Adjt.,
Married at Grand Island
Ou Wednesday hist Air. Hurnard C.
11 mil un of tills city and the lady of his
choice Miss Ruth Sutton of Inavulo
fctolo ii march ou their many friends
and went to Grand Island where they
were united in marriage by County
Judge J. II. Mullou. So far the wed
ding has beon kept a secret.
The brido is u daughter of Mr. and
Mrs John Sutton of Inavale, a highly
accomplished young lady having
taught soperal tonns of school in this
county whllo Mr. Ilurdeu is a son of
Mrs. J. A. Burden of this city, and is
one of our most popular youug men.
For the past several years he has becu
engaged in u'leotrical work and has
prospects for a brilliant future. Their
many friends extend congratulations.
Why Wear Underwear That is
Uncomfortable in Cut or Size?
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Have a Large Line of Underwear in
Ladies Knit Unionsuits
in sizes 36 to 50.
Infants in cotton or wool
Children's in all sizes from
2 to 14 years in nainsook
with the waist and place
for hose supporters.
Red Cloud, Nebraska
AGENTS 'Ladies Home Journal Patterns"
"Warner Brothers Corsets"
Red Cloud, Nebr
This being the dated fixed by- law
the County Board of Commissioners
met at 0 o'clock a. m., with all mem
On motion by Crowcll seconded by
Stumpcnhorst, Geo. H. Ovcring was
instructed to have the braces on the
Red Cloud river bridge tightened up.
The following claims' were audited
and allowed and County Clerk in
structed to draw warrants on the pro
per' funds in "payment of same:
GENERAL FUND . .
Shafcr Oil Co. $ 13.30
Standard Oil Co. 4.75
Ino. B. Stanser 22.10
Yost & on 22.10
Turnure & Son 11Q.80
Gricb & Grimes 7G.03
Chas. Barrett G.00
Harry Moede 10.00
S. T. Vaughan 5.00
Board adjourned to meet July 3,
B. P. PERRY,
Candidates For Office
The following is the list of candi
dates who have filed for the various
REPRESENTATIVE 71st DISTRICT
I. W. Edson Geo. P. Cather.
I. A. Pace Jr., Daniel Garber
W. Vic Anderson
B. F. Perry 'Elmer Simons
Frank M. Dclehoy
Mabel Day Albright F. E. Birtton
Bert Ducker Chas. C. Bennott
a R. Rakestraw Clara E. Walker
E. A. King
Phone Ind. 3 on 90, Bell 174.
Residence, Bell 241
Mrs. Ed Amack
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N. P. Phillips
Fred A. Hedge
E. G. Caldwell Howard S. Foo
Geo. H. Overing
COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3rd
W. E. Patterson C. A. Waldo
COUNTY COMMISSIONER 6th
William C. Keihl
. NON POLITICAL
Stella Ducker and Minnie Christian.
J. B. Wisecarver Dies
Tuesday evening Johnson Ii. Wlsc-
carvorfono of tho well known dinners
of thiir community passed away at tho
homoof his slbter Mrs. John Wilson In
tho oast party of this city. About two
wocki ngo he wns taken borlously ill
front what was pronounced pneumonia
and remained at the homo of his sister
when) medical assistance was more
Jack" wns born In Winchester, Vir
ginia, Dcccnibor .'Hat, 1S01 and wns
OLycars, 0 months and '20 days old at
the time ot his domlsc. He has resid
ed In this county for many years.
After coming to Nebraska ho was
married to Miss Mary Ollvo Bonn. To
thin union wcro born two daughters
Mrs. Bruce Pay no of Omaha, and Mrs.
Geoi e Kuiloy of this city.
For the past several years he has
worried for the betterment of tho
farmers' cause and was Instrumental
In o'KanlziiiL' tho Farmers Union in
this community and sorvwl as a mem
ber of the Board of Directors until the
first of last January when ho resigned.
Thp deceased was a man who made
fast friumls of all his acquaintances.
Ho wns free henrted, llbornl iu his
views, of a cheerful disposition and
his loss will be keenly lelt.
Besides his wife and two daughters
ho is survived by a brother, Hump, and
twojilstors Mrs. John Wilson of this
city, and Mrs. Barr of McCooU.
. The funoral services wcro hold at
hlAiiitne nt two o'clock this afternoon
Rov. Ira B. Wagoner assisted by Rev.
Cope in charge. Interment was made
iu tho city cemetery.
Commander Martin Issues
Statement About the Legion
Tho preamble of the American Leg.
ion's constitution states that it is dedi
cated to God and Country. The Leg
ion, during its oureor of only throe
years has demonstrated that It is tho
best insurance policy tho Nation has.
Our post appeals' to all eligible cx
service mon in this community to join
the Legion and to aid our fight for
Americanism. The blue and gold but
ton of the American Legion marks its
wearer as ono who has not thrown
away his patriotism with the uuiform.
It means that he has not "passed the
buck" to someone elso to boo that tho
sick and disabled buddies get justice
and to fulfill all those thlnes that he
desired to result from the war.
Kvery man in the service hoped for
better things after the war. Moro than
two million doughboys, gobs and py
renes realized that It was going to be
a fight to bring to pass all the things
that they dreamed of. The result of
this prevailing sentiment was tho
formation of thcAmcrican Legion.
Legion members are from every
branch In theservieo, from those who
were foreed to remain at home to men
who won tho congressional medal at
Chateau-Thierry and in the Argonne.
It includes all ranks from private to
Our Lecrlon post can be the most
beneficial organization in this com
munity. Its purposes are high; Its
Ideals are untarnished. It deserves
your support and the membership of
every war veteran, Join Red Clond
post of the American Legion and make
it the beat post in your State.
ROBT. S. MARTIN, M. D
Commander Red Cloud post
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Congregational Church Notes
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
, Preaching services at 11 a. m., con
ducted by Mr. Stephen Helb of Frank,
lln. All are welcome.
Grace Church Not
2nd Sunday after Trinity
Sauday School at tov
If owing Service, nfcji.
KTaftlag 8vof &$
Attacked With Shot Gun
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hcaton were
brought to Dr. Martin's office last
Friday for medloal attention as the
result of being fired upon with a shot
gun. Their wounds were not serious,
however, and both are able to be
aronnd. They allego the attack was
made by Albert Perry and filed com
plaint charging him witn the shooting.
After the shooting Mr. and Mrs. Heaton
started, walking to a neighbor's place
and?were picked up by Carl Oglovie
and brousrhtto town.
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