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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1922)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 14, 1922
Mr. and Mrs. Al Goodwin of Grand
Island arc visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mra. Will WuHci.
A large number of the 'ocnl ball
fans attended the ball games at Guide
Hock the last of the week.
Wears Longer Looks Better
THAT is the Holeproof
story in a nutshell. And
when this desirable com
bination in hosiery is offer
ed at very reasonable prices
you can easily understand
why Holeproof is popular
in all walks of life. Hole
proof comes in a wide va
riety of regular and fancy
styles in silk, silk faced.and
lusterized lisle. Made for
women and children, too.
Agent: Warner Bros. Corsets Home Journal Patterns.
Paint Your Automobile
Che-nam-el Auto Paint
Is one of the best in the market
You can easily do your own work. It flows freely
and does not show the brush marks.
Auto Finishing Varnish will renew the dull appear
ance and make your auto look new and glossy.
CHAS. L COTTING, The Dru
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Red Cloud. Nebraska.
M. E. Pastor's Appontments
I At the Mate ponferpiid' r r the Moth
oilM l'.i'tfirs I'cM -t Oni ilia hist week,
t ! t ci 1 1 1 1 1 1 14 inishis nei nguln na-
I signed to the different churches in this
Bladen H. V. Mnvtens.
Iuavule Drtvld Simpson.
Cowles-W. W, Oettys.
Guide Rock-C. V. Lucl;er.
Red Cloud-H. W. Copo.
Defeated Guide Rock 5 to 0
Thursday a'temoon the nianaRdf of
the Red Cloud ball team took the beat
team that we over had to ( tilde Rook
where they played the local team at
that place. Peterson was on the mound
for Red Cloud aud had his opponents
at his mercy through the game. Be
let them down with three hits and
struck out sixteen, while V diets did
the rejoirlng. Red Cloud won by a
score of 5 to 0. The Guide Rock team
is one of the best teams in this part of
tie sttite as they defeated Superior by
a teore of 11 to 8 Friday afternoon and
Siturday, with Harry Smith on the
mound, defeated Burr Oak by a score
Buys Blacksmith Shop
Frank Whelau has rented the Con
gregational parsonage and is moving
Jn his household goods at this wxitlng,
having again purchased the blacksmith
hopfrom.C,' T. Dlcken:1t'ifad Bons,
t3 whom, he sold it several month ago.
ms two, daughters. Lcla and Norma
are with him, the former soinf to
school here, but Leo, his son, will re-
main with his sister, Mrs. Roy Spence.
and attend school there this year. The
Dickenson families are as vet unde
cided as to what they will do, We are
glad to have Frank back with us again,
and hope that the retiring firm will
decide to remain here. Bladen Enter-
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IN
SESSION ON TUESDAY
Red Cloud, Nebr.
Sept. 12, 1922.
The Board of County Commissioners
met as per adjournment at 11 o'clock
a. m. Members present: Waldo,
Shidler, Stumpenliorst, Orowell and
The following claims were audited
and allowed and Clerk instructed to
draw warants on the proper funds in
payment of same:
W. D. Edson $
C. E. Kizer
Burroughs Adding Mach. Co
Dr. E. D. Lciby
Dr. Roht Damerell
F. E. Maurcr
Miens Omaha Brush Co. ..
Slate Journal Co.
Blue Hill Leader
Hillyard Chemical Co
School Dist No. 23
R. B. Printing Co.
Milburn & Scott Co. ..
Hammond & Stephens Co.
H. R. Fausch
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Allied Construction Co. 12,569.65
John Wittwer , 4.00
R. B. Leggett 28.00
Nohr Culvert Co. 28.20
Roy Garretson 7.00
No further business appecring tho
Board adjourned to meet October 3,
H. P. TERRY,
County Co 1-
FARM BUREAU NOTES
Anna Stumpenhorat .
POOR FARM FUND
Charles Harpham .
D. C. Wegman
W, G. Hamilton
Standard Oil Co
G. D. Barry
T. .H. Deakin
R. P. Wcesner Co..
Mrs. Mary Emerton
E. J. Emerton
(By County Agent, Henry R. Fausch)
WEBSTER COUNTY AT THE
Red Cloud Clothing Club made
two entries each of their sewing. Mil
dred Mizcr won 1st on Kitchen Apron
and 1st on Princess Slip. Elizabeth
Mizcr won 2nd on Sewing Bag ind 3rd
on Kitchen Apron. The Club won 2nd
on their clothing cxhibitB in competi
tion wrth 31 exhibits. Two members
of this. team Goldie McConkey and
DeEtte Comer gave a Clothing Dcm
ontration and ranked 8th with a score
of 80, IB teams . competing. Cass
county team won first, score 87. Mrs.
W. H. Thomas is leader of this Club
and she can feel mighty proud of tho
Club. This is the first time Webster
county has competed in Gi-ls' Club
work at the State Fair.
The Live Stock Judging team won
2nd. Dawson county winning first,
18 teams competing. Members of the
team were Oscar Lea, Oecil Means,
and Eugene White. Oscar Lea rank
ed first in judging cattle, Cecil Means
ranked 2nd in horses and 3rd in sheep.
Cecil Means ranked 4th as individual,
Oscar Lea 6th and Eugene White 9th.
DAIRY JUDGING TEAM
The Darry Judging team also won
second, Adams county winning first.
Members of this team were Lorimer
Edson, Wil'tom Arndfc and - Robert
Overing. William Arndt" ranks. 8rd
on Holsteins. The irfdivldiiat "fanning
of the team was1 LorimeP1 Edson 4th,
William Arndt 6th and Robert Qver-
ing 10th. '
The Calf Club team demonstrating
the selection, feeding and fitting of
a calf won first and champion,, their
score was 95. Eugene White and
Lorimer Edson were on the team. They
will give a demonstration at the Alc-Sar-Bcn
next week following they will
represent Nebraska at the Interstate
Fair Souix City Iowa and compete
with champion teams from the other
The Pig Cub team represented by
Cecil Means and Oscar Lea ranked
CLUB LIVE STOCK ALSO WINS
Lorimer Edson won first on his
Shorthorn heifer which was a hand
some loving cup and $25.00 cash. He
was also awarded a gold medal on be
ing tho best showman in the Calf
Logan Ohmstede wins 5th on Duroc
Jersey boar. 78 entries.
Eugene White wins 2nd on Poland
China Barrow, 6th and 9th on Poland
China Gilts and 4th on Poland China
litter. 70 entries.
LIVE STOCK BREEDERS WIN
F. C. Buschow & Sons, Blue Hill
showed 12 Red Polled cattle and won
1 first, 2 seconds, 1 third, 1 fourth
and 2 fifths.
Herman Wessels, Blue Hill showed
8 head of Angus cattle and won 1 first
1 second, 2 fourths, 1 fifth and 1
Henry Fausch, Guide Rock won sec
ond on Shorthorn Bull. The bull that
won first was later made Grand
Masonic and Eastern Star
' Lodge Will Picnic Sept. 20
The Masonic and Eastern Star lodge
of this city are planning on holding a
big plcnto next Wednesday at the Golf
grounds Bouthwebt of this oity.
Invitations havo been 6ent to the
Blue Hill, Guide Rook, Cowlcs, River,
ton and Lebanon lodges and no doubt
there wIR be large delegations from
these towns present.
A basket dinner will be served, A
program consisting of music, speaking,
races and other amusements has been
arranged for. The Aotlng Grand Mast
er of tho Grand Lodge has been invited
to deliver an address.
Tho following aro the Chairmen of
the conunltti'L's: F. A. Turnnre,
Grounds and Amusements; B, F.Perry,
Prnurnni; It. F. Oatmau, Refreshments;
Uastern .Stur Indies, Dinners A. V.
Yes Sir You can now
buy a Clothcraft $07
Standard Serge for
Not in years have we been
able to offer you a bottor
value than this. Nearly ev
ery man has a serge suit in
his wardrobe because h e
knows that a serge suit al
ways looks right and gives
exceedingly good service.
Stop in front of our window
some day this week and look
at those Clothcraft Standard
Serges in Blues, Gray and
Brown at $27.00. In spite of
' the price everyone guaran
teed in writing to give sat
isfactory wear and service.
The Cowden-Kaley CIo. Co.
WILL HAVE THEIR CHILDREN'S EYES EXAMINED AND TESTED
BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS. BY SO DOING THEY KNOW THE
CHILDREN BEGIN THE SCHOOL YEAR PROPERLY PREPARED TO
MAKE THE BEiST USE OP THEIR SCHOOL HOURS. BRING THE
CHILDREN IN BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS. WE MAKE NO
CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION AND FIT NO GLASSES UNLESS
FOUNTAIN PENS WITH CLIP $1.50
BLOTTERS FREE ASK FOR THEM
"RITE-RITE" MECHANICAL PENCILS 10c
LEADS FOR AUTOPOINT, EVERSHARP AND OTHER PENCILS
10c PER DOZEN
Pocket Ben Watches $1.50
Glo Ben Watches $2.50
Alarm Clocks $1.25 to $4.75
E. H. Newhouse
Hardware Electrical Goods
WHEN you want anything in the line of hardware,
whether it be a small item or a bill for a new house
we will be glad to serve you.
We also carry a line of electrical goods. See us for lamps,
irons, grills, percolators, waffle irons, sewing machine
The Webster County Agricultural Society
will be held at Red Cloud, Oct. 3 to 6lh.
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