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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1922)
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Joe Cnrr spent Friday in Hnstiags NKHKASKA CONN KN
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Call the new suitatorium Hell
Nate IMatt of Hastings was in the
Mrs. Earl Hall was a passenger to
Blue Hill Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Butler
Tuesday in Grand Island.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kanney
Tuesday at C:ystal Lake.
Carl Jensen was a passenger
Omaha Saturday morning.
C. C. McConkoy retimed to Grand
Iilatid Wednesday morning.
Attorney A. 31. Waltc.-f, was down
i.om Elue-Hi'.l Wednesday
lIrp. Jtr. Doyle and Arch Sartr
arc diving new Studcbaker e&ti,
t Mrs. Roy Crnmcv spent Friday
new suitatorium Bell
Two good places to eat,
and Powell's Cafe.
E. It. Burr of Guide Bock was in
the city Wednesday afternoon.
W. W. Wiight of McCook has ac
cepted a position with this office.
Merle Killough was a passenger to
Akron, Colorado, Friday morning.
Mrs. James Tnnquary and staler,
Mrs. Fordicc tpont Friday in Hastings.
W. A. Romjue wont to Omaha Fri
day morning to attend, to some busi
C. D. Robinson arrived home Friday
evening to spend a few days with bl
wife and family.
A 4u'fe fl-iml or of our citizens
ppent the Fou-th at Crystal Lake.
Miss Minnie Christian was ;t pas
senger to Cowlc? Monday morning.
Mrs. Ida Hcaton was a passenger
to Denver, Colorado, Sunday morning.
County Attorney II. S. Foe was a
passenger to Hastings Monday mom-
The Misses Gladys Yost and Anna
Stumpenhorst spent Tuesday at Superior.
' Call the
new suitatorium Bell
B. A. Sutton inrchascd at sheriff
sale the McConkey property north of
V. G. Hamilton wan attending to
some business matters in Omaha the
last of the week.
Fred Henderson went to Topeka,
Kansas, Sunday to attend to some
. Floyd Provost who is attending col
lcgo at Hastings spent the weekend
here with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hughes went
to Clay Center Sundav where- they
will make their future liome.
Roy Herbcrgcr of Kcncsaw spent
the weekend hero with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Herbcrgcr.
Mrs. C. R. Bitts went to Omaha
Saturday evening to spend a few days
Miss Velma Bcczley went to Lin
coln Monday morning to spend a few
days with friends.
Mrs. D. B. Farmer of Shclbyville,
Mta.ouri, arrived in the city Friday
roming to visit her mother, Mrs.
Fred Walton returned home Satur
day morning from Oberlin, Kansas,
where he had been attending to some
Ms. A. D. McMurray vrent to Riv
crdale Monday morning 'where she
will visit her daughter.
Mr and Mrs. Ohas. Hill of Hast
ings spent Tuesday hero with her
mother, Mrs. Hassipger.
You can now hear the whis'le of
the threshing machines which com
menced work this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Edson went to
Omaha Thursday ccninjr where she
will receive medi ai treatment.
Mrs A. E. Boles returned home
Thursday morning from Franklin
where she had been visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Sirs. Arnold.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bruner return
ed to Lincoln Thursday morning after
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
S. Bruner for a couple of weeks. '
At the races hold at McCook ihc
last of the week Frank Star.1 v. 'on
.ocond with Mafor Gold in 2:25 pice,
and first wih Patr'e'an in the 2:20
Mrs. E. II. Ncwhouse and son,
Thomas, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Taul Ncwhouse at Guide Rock.
M.s. George Van Camp and daugh
ter, returned to" their home in Lincoln
Tue,-day after" spending a couple of
weeks vd h Dr. and Mr. Robt, Drm-arelh
Da E. D. Lieby drmr'cd Tudry
via auto for Ft. Collins, Colorad.1,
where he will spend a couple of wjeks
Benjamin II. Wiliams and Opal Mao
Kittcrman, both of Bcllairc, Kansas,
were married by Judge Ranncy Sun
I. T. Amuck has received vprd
from the State Board .of 'Embalmers
stating that he passed the examina
tion held last mouth and Tuck is now
a licensed cmbalmer.
.Vernon Ze'ss returned to Ulysses
Wednesday morning after spending a
few days here with his father, Chris
M. A. Mercer went to Lexington
Monday to play with the local band
there during a three days celebration
Mir. and Mrs. E. E. Butler of Smith
Center, Kansas, spent Sunday in the
city with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. B. Lcgg'o;t.
Mrs. II. S. Foe uid baby returned
home Tuesday evening after spending
the past month wi.h her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Storey, who reside at
Gregory, South Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E Nellums and
baby departed Monday for their home
at Nashville, Tennescc, after visaing
at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robt.
Damerell and with friends.
STRAYED From tho old Sam
Shuck farm a red yearling steer, 'fTB.
marks, in the right car. Finder noti
fy Pat Kcllctt.
Mrs. M. M. Sunberry and Mrs. Roy
Cramer wont to Woodruff, Kansas,
Tuesday morning to spend n few days
Mrs. Claude Garrow returned to her
Home at St. Joe Wednesday morning
after spending the past month here
with her parents, Mi, and Mrs.corgo
Clauson and with other relatives.
Just received another barrel of
Rawleigh's stock dip and disinfectant.
Price $1.80 per gallon, if you bring
your cans. Also have fly chaser at
$1.40 per gallon. John Burrcss, Ind.
An excellent condition of com, fair
to poor condition of small grain crops
and potato, particularly in thi
southern half of t,hc state, a light sec
ond crop of alfalfa and moic than
usual damage from hail aic the lead
ing features of the semi-monthly re
port of the Nebraska department of
agriculture and bureau of rgrlcultural
economics (formerly bureau of mar
kets and crop estimates.)
The condition of corn is generally
good tlmiout the state. Tho fields arc
free from weeds nnd in a good state
of cultivation. The preliminary esti
mate of acicagc will be made in tho
regular July report.
Considerable of the winter wheat in
the southeastern quarter of the 'state
will make good yields in spite of Uic"
early and rapid ripening of the grain.
Counties bordering the Missouri JrivW
r.rd the Piatt i-hvr west't) Plat't jind
Polk counties have the lr t ylflliftj.
''out- ami vrr,t of thrse rjun'ie &ft
puivenue of h ii' i g uin is
greater, flail d.rii':; v .i - greater
than u.ial thi a-, twiv o h
storms be'ng very extent-ivo.
The perci'ittag-o of shiveled f.'afn
l.j kru.ii.fci in ci.nUui, houi.i central
uml south wed. o.it Ncbia-ka. While
some of Uiii counties within this area
have fairly good wlwv.t ciopd, otlio.s
buffered bevcro datnuyy lroni the pre
mature ripening' of the grain.
The damage to barley, hpring wheat
and oats, particularly early oats, in
tho southern half of the state, is very
severe. The northern half of the
state fared belie.-, altho some injury
is evident. South central Nebraska
replaced considerable of the aban
doned winter wheat with hurley, cats
and some spring wheat, all of which
suffered severe damage.
The earliest potatoes in the south
ern half of the state are badly dam
aged as the drouth and high tem
peratures came at the critical time.
The later plantings and the crop in
fairlv cood condition at present. The
early commercial potato crop in tho
Kearney district is better than ex
pected and may exceed last year's
shipments by 50 per cent. """
The second crop of alfalfa is very
short in most of the counties. The
raspberry crop was reduced consider
ably by the drouth. Apples continue
promising. The cherry cop was heavy
thruout the state.
The general crop summary for the
district comprising the states if Ne
braska, Kansas, Missouri and Iowajis
as follows: Crop growth was seri
ously damaged by lack of moisture
and high temperatures which caused
premature lipcning of wheat, and in
jury to alfalfa and potntocs.
Cora niadc rapid progress, but more
moisture needed in placc3. Stands arc
jrene-ally gnod, but there is comidsr
uble variation in size, particularly in
Kanfas and Missou:i, where the crop
13 two weeKs iaie. vjiuuvu
numerous in locali'ies.
Winter wheat ripened p.emntu-ely
n Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska and
r. aullod in shriveled g cm. nrv n
in hns begun in southern Kar..as and
Missouri. Harvest is noaring comple
tion in Nebraska and Iowa. ,
Spr'ng wheat was Fcvcrely damaged
m Nebraska nnd is heading short in
Iowa. Oats arc poor in Missouri, cast
Kansns, southern Nebraska anu
nv nrtnr in ncrtfl of Iowa. Consktor-
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able of the crop will bo cut lor nay.
Part of tho barley crop was severely
damaged in these states also.
Potatoes wore seriously damaged
and the farm crop will be light. Tho
.nmninvpinl Tiotjlto CrOD of tllO K&W
valey in Kansas and nlso tho Mis
souri valley wore injured but some im
provement expected since the recent
rnins. The potato crop of the Kcanoy
district in Nebraska is promising.
Clover and timothy were harvested
under ideal conditions. Tho second
crop of alfalfa is short in Nebraska
and Missouri. Apples are in tho best
condition in recent years and summer
varieties are boing harvested in south
ern Missouri. State Journal.
Special Attraction at the '
Auditoriun Next Week
Win Mtrk Twain guc to liu1
wo Id his gieat nmstcipie?c. "A Con
tu cut Ynnkeb at the Cnut of Klnn i
Ac. uir, little did he dream 'hat his
nov world wide famous novel was
de.-tmrd to form he basis of tho
g eatcst entctuinnient, t'e
ha- ever offered the public
amusement nnd cdificn ion.
Yet such is the case and this world
famous picture is now being shown in
the best theatres in the large cities
of the country at prices ranging f.om
7.V to $1.50 nnd living Universal -r.t-i-f
The management of 'he Bsso A.ud
ito'ium at Bed Cloud luut shoUn nif
f i i-nt onlerpr'se and pep to -scurp
' i picture, and promises it to his
f ' o"rf at prices Utat are sura att-ar-t
. n9tiderlng tVe qui'by of th".
" ' rtfsinific ' nffovpi!.
I offev'ng, U.- f' mow attve-
- w July XI, J2 ftto'l 1$ for 40c m
V H too crftxfl to mit!. ' j
H.r. juuxaoem tuiarego went xo
mnee Friday evening to meet her
i, Harry, wtd thy went to Boulder,
("ilorado, to visit relatives for a few
"Ueiiy, I'm eltd yoa
fret Ko?c' Corn
llakts anil fruit ler
tuppcr. I'm io facet J
cuf with tht heat
that Kellostl's ft th
only food that would
vpptnl to my appe
titt. It dlgtitt to
rasily and yet I linow
it is nourtthlnul
Guest I'll have an
other helping- Those
.iiAriti. MriiiixHii iii ;i iffrJWF.WF.
durim the warm weather!
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gurley and
d.iughler, returned to thoir homo nt
Wymorc Saturday morning after vis
iing with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Chas. Ailcs. v
Ralph Gurley of Wymoro arrived
orre Thursday evening to visit Mr.
and Mrs. Ch&s. Ailcs. His wife lias
been visiting her parents for the
pi1 ft two weeks.
W. W. Noycs and family of Inman
arrived here Saturday for a few days
visit at the homo of Mrs. Noye's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lippcncott
and with other rclntives.
It3 a bag tu ov io.utw .v. j.J.'ifv-e oi
nirrkTor drowrl.i; r, crul that sbiA fvellig ii
you'U all atd$ eating a ciict Tieavy, rs? fjoi
nd lt3tKoWogg'8 deliciotrt Cotn $Vh?i tfj jfi'x:
xaif.:i a tooil turn! Witt cdl vL -- ".Jiuft
frr' fr KellogeB aro eirt-a delightftil o
crisp, and appetizing.
Kcl!ig's Ccru Flahes arc nourishing and sup
ply all the simimer energy you need; yet, they
digest easily and actually rest tho stomach! On
Bitch a diet you'll feci so much hotter; your mind
vill ho keener and you'll accomplish a lot moro
work and help yourself keep
cool and snappy aud cheerful!
Bo certain to buy Kcllogg's
Corn Flakes in tho RED and
GREEN package bearing tho sig
nature of W. K. Kellogg, origi
nator of Corn Flakes. Nono aro
genuino without it.
Alia Ktkttt of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLE5 and KELLOGG'S BRAN, cooWJ ui VnMii
Dates July 26th to
August 1st, Inclusive
Mrs. Frank Etherton returned to
her homo at Grand Island Saturday'
morning after spending a few days
here with Mrs. Chas. Etherton.
Chas. Walton, who has conducted a
garage in tho Ncwhouse huilding for
several months, has quit business and
is moving back to Oberlin, Kansas.
new suitatorium Bell
Le'nonnrd Cowley of Bladen spent n
few days here this week visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Cramer Leonard
will loavo in a few days for Fort Col
lins, Colorado, where he has a posi
tion as night editor on a newspaper.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrvey R,ickcrson ind
children spent Tuesday with her sis
ter at Franklin. Hnrvcy returned
homo Wednesday morning whilo his
wife and children went to Orleans to
visit her mother.
Miss Agnes Williamson returned to
ho? homo in Denver, Colorado, Sun
day evening after spending the past
few days here visiting nt tho homo
of her brother, W. B. Smith and with
her sister, Mrs. Louie Schultss in
now suitatorium Bell
0. C. McConkey camo down from
Grand Island Friday evening to spend
a few days with his1 daughter, Mrs.
Rich Lippincott and with other rela
Wm. Thomas, who has been working
in this office for the past fifteen
months, resigned his position and de
parted Monday via auto for his homo
in Denver. Roy Rust accompanied
him as far as' Otis, where ho went to
look1 after somo business matters.
Homer Hancy spent a few hours In
the city Thursday attending to the
shipment of his household goods to
Omaha where he will make his futuro
home. He went to Grand Island
where his wife has been visiting for
a few days.
Delaney Bros., shipped one carload
of hogs to tho Kansas City market
Sunday morning and A. B, Crabill
one enr of hogs to St. Joe. Only seventy-pine
cars of stock passed through
here Sunday morning for the St. Joe
nnd Kansas City markets. These were
handled in two t'nins.
iMS&iKMPrtSf par. -J&'id ., x
Cupid used to bo n fat little cherub
with wings, but now he's a rotten little
gold-dlKgcr with a pick nnd spade.
"The Man cf the Eour"
A masterly reading of this rcr"nt
production dealing with busi
ness honesty and public
Prof. 1. M. Cochran
Shiek Raphaol Emmanuel
on ot the High Priest of tho
iVaaldoanB from Ur of tho Chal-
deaa In Mesopotamia
1t.ti a pago from Abraham's
history translated lnt",
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An orator who has proved her
powor and sincerity on
many platforms v.
DlvIno ItlRhtN of tho Child"
FIno spirit, good hurmony,
cholco music, played with
abandonment of enthusiasm
Copley Operatic Company
Full costumed presentation ot
tho evor-popular and
"Clilmcs of Xnnnaiuly"
in tho delightfully wholosomo
Irresistibly tunny, wlnsomo and
wlnnlnff Irish love coraody
Peg O' My IIert"
A foretaste of the
For the balance of
program see next week's
issue of this paper.
THE HUGHES WAY
WE CLEAN HATS
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud ' Nebraska Red Cloud
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