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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, OHIEP
AS TOLD TO US
I Gus Holnigraiu is visiting friends lu
Fred Brcuult spenti Monday in Hast
D. Cf Henderson is driving a new
sport model' Buick. v J-
Chas. Samuelson of Hildrcth was hi
the city Saturday morning.
Kamil Ondrak returned home Thurs
day afternoon from. Omaha,
Fred Henderson spent the first of
the week at Osborne, Kansas,
Miss Velmn Beezley was a passen
ger to Kearney Friday morning.
Attorney F. J. Munday was a pas
senger to Edison Sunday morning.
Miss Lctha Hunsickcr was a pas
senger to Kearney Friday morning.
Kev. J. M. Bates went to Hastings
Saturday morning to spend a few
Miss Helen S'ainkard spent Satur
day with relatives and friends at
Carl Allen, Cecil Harris and G'cn
Robertson dopar cd Sunday morning
for North Plntte.
Hobert Blnckledgc went to Lincoln
Monday morning to resume his studies
at the state university.
R. E. McBridc went to St.Louis
Sunday morning to spend a few days
attending to business matters. ,''
The Misses Neva and EstherU3aker
cpentl Friday with their sistewrJMrs.
Paul Newhouse at Guide Rock.
Ralph Newhouse returned to Coun
cil Bluffs Wednesday after speeding
a few days here with his parents
MP. and Mrs. Sheridan Pharel of
Guide Rock spent Sunday here with
his mother, Mrs. Barbara Phares."
Dan Garber returned home Thurs
day evening from Lincoln where he
had been attending the state fair.
Miss Mildred Polnicky returned to
Lincoln Thursday whe-c slip will at
tend the stirc university this year.
Mrs. Rirh Gumm of Denver arriv
ed in the city Monday morning to
visit her sister, Mrs. Mildred Amnck.
Miss Zelma Wonderly went to Lin
coln Saturday morning where she will
attend the state university this year.
Miss Florence Peters arrivecL-hcre
Friday evening after spending the
summer -with her parents at KlddCV,
' Miss Christine Caldwell weati'o
Kearney Saturday morning where she
will attend the state normal school
this year. -y
Miss Ethel Hilton returned tocher
home at Hardy Thursday after jvshort
visit here ati the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Lynn Bush is spending a ,few days
here with his parents before going to
Hastings to lcsume his studies at the
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McNeny and
daughter, Helen, returned home Sat
urday nfoming aflter spending the
past month in Colorado.
Miss Lydia Traut spent Tuesday in
Rev. S. Hnrdman was a passenger
to Superior Tuesday morning.
S. R. Fiornnce has returned home
lifter spending a week in Colorado.
Miss Mary Christian was a passen
ger to Hastings Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Downey of Holyokc, Colorado,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Moran-vlllc.
Miss Rhoda Wegmann was a pas
senger to Garnett, Kansas, Monday
S. B. Kizer went to Lincoln Monday
morning to spend a couple of weeks
Roy Herbergcr of Kcnesaw spent
Sunday hero with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Herberger.
Attorney A. M. Walters of Blue
Hill was in the city Tuesday attend
ing to some legal business.
Mrs. George Kniley went to Omaha
Tuesday morning to visit her sisc,
Mrs. Bruce Payne and family.
George Harrh accompanied hi.v
brother, Will, to Hastings Saturday
whore the hitler is receiving medical
Mr. and Mrs. Bon McFnrland return
ed homo Saturday from Lincoln whcie
they had been spending a few days at
the state fair.
At a meeting of the Democratic
committeemen held Saturday after
noon, Attorney F. J. Munday was
elected County Chairman.
Miss Nina Simmons returned to this
city Friday evening to resume her
work in the .city schools after spend
ing the summer with her-parents at
Mrs. J. W. Auld nnd children re
turned home "Saturday morning from
Denver and Boulder, Colorado where
they have been spending the past few.
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Bush and son,
Lynn, drove to Hastings Monday
moring wheic the latter made arange
ments for re-entering the Hastings
Miss Blanche Boner returned to
Lincoln Thursday morning after a
visit here at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Boner.
J. E. Betz and Marion Mercer went
to Lexington Wednesday morning
where Mr. Betz will have charge of
the band during the countly fair.
R. E. Mattison, General Manngor,
and W. B. Bell, Commercial Supcrin
'Undent, of the Lincoln Telephone Co.,
were in the city Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Pylo a.id daughter,
Elizabeth, o.f White CIo;ud, Kansas,
ae hero being called hrtro on account
of the sudden death of hrr sister, Mis.
Fied Pharos, who has been employ
ed in a bank at Los Angeles, Califor
nia, arrived in the city the last of
the week to visit his mother, Mrs.
Tuesday evening, Mr. and -.Mrs.
Geo. Coon entertained seventy guests
in honor of their son, Everett, and,
wife, who recently returned from
their honeymoon trip.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Perry departed
Saturday morning for Colorado, where
they will spend two weeks with rela
tives. Warren Sutton is taking his
place at the light plant.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hincs return
ed to their home at Wymore Tuesday
morning after spending a few days
here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ailes, and friends.
The Lewis Stock Co. will make
their annual visit to this city during
the week commencing September 25th
They are showing here under the
auspices of the Fire Department.
(i. W. Wolfe shipped his house
hold goods to St. Francis, Kansas,
Monday. He departed with his fami
ly the same day for that place where
they will make their future home.
Mrs. G. W. Trine and daughtor,
Hiss Vcrna, went to Lincoln Friday
morning where the latter will re
mime her studies at the stale unl"cr
ity. Dennis Manlcy returned to his work
at Casper, Wyoming, Thursday morn
ing after1 spending a few days here
with his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W.
Carl Warren, who has been in the
nrmy for several years, received his
discharge at Ft. Crook this week,
nnd nrrivod in the city Tuesday own
ing to join his wife and baby.
W. L. Weesncr and daughter, Mrs.
B. F. Perry and children returned
home Thursday evening from Lincoln
where they had been visiting Mrs.
Guy Zeiglor and attending the state
Red Cloudy Nebr.-Auspicies Fire Department
MONDAY, SEPT. 25th
The Wm. F. Lewis Stock Company
That Clean, Classy, Tent Show
20 People-Actors, Entertainers and Musicians
Wm. F. Lewis, Manager
Presenting New, Clean Comedies and Comedy Drama With "BIG TIME"
Vaudeville Between Acts ,
Opening Play, A Sensational 4-Act Society Comedy Drama
"THE BROKEN IDOL"
CAN YOU KEEP A SECRET? This is the question you will ask all through the
performance. A play that holds you to the very end before the secret is revealed
PRICES 25c and 40c. - Reserved Seats 55c, Including War Tax
Gambling Vitn Life
To.ts nnuK' recently I'.V llleials of
the liiu'lliigtoii Route nt two grade
crossings on Its tnniii line in Illinois
discloses nn appalling iMirelc-sness and
disregard for the value of life tmdjltnb
by the drivers of automobiles.
These tests were made near Piano,
Illinois, where the Cimnonball Trail
crosses the Hurllngton, aud ut u coun
try road crossing near Montgomery,
Illinois. Both of these crossings wero
protected by the standard crossing sig.
nal, and in addition, one of them waa
also guarded by an electric alarm bell.
During eight hours, 772 vehicles
passed these crossings. Only 71 driv
ersless than one out of every 45,
stopped to matte sure whether a train
was approaching before crossing the
tracks; 482 lookod in one direction; 301
looked both ways; but, 102 failed to
"look before'you leap" and sped across
the tracks without taking any precaa.
tions whatsoever to make sure that it
was 6afe to cross.
Such a "don't care" at tldudc explains
tho increasing frequency of the ap
pearance of such startling headlines
as ''Train Crashes Into Autb at It. R,
Crossing." If such recklessness con
tinues to increase, it soon will be prop
er to chnngo the headline icconliug
crossing accidents to load "Auto
Crashes into Train " Tho records of
tho Burlington show that during a re'
cent year 20 per cent of all such grade
crossing nedidents were caused by the
automobile deliberately crashing into
the train the train having beaten the
auto to the crossing.
Admittedly, the train has the right
of way, but all the signals, bells, and
whistles in Kingdom Come will not
prevent accidents as long as the driv
ers of automobiles fail to heed their
While driving their Nash car to'Su
perior Monday morning, Mrs. J. W.
Linn had the misfortune to drive the
car into a hank near the cement plant
and the car was wrenched considerable.
Miss Elsie Cather went to Lincoln
Friday morning to resume her work
in tho city schools of that city after
spending the pnst few weeks hero vis
it'ng with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. F. Cnthor.
Cecil Mnthhcwa with several others
and their hand from Blue Hill stopped
in this city Tuesday for dinner while
out on n bosator trip advertising n
fostivnl to ho held there next Thurs
day and Friday.
Garfield iCommunity Church
Sunday, Sept. 17 will be "Community
Day" at the Garfield church. The pro
gram of the day will be as follows:
Sunday School 10 a. m , Laban Wag
oner, Supt. Special exercises for open
ing and closing.
Sermon by the Pastor, 11 a. m. Sub
ject "Our Heritage and Responslbilitr,"
Dinner: Dasket dinner served on
church lawn. Kverybody invited.
PROGRAM 2 P. M.
Song Service with Community Or
Lecture, II. J, Keeney, of Cowles.
Solo, Mrs. F. R. Hughes.
Leoture, .T. E. Wagoner, of Hastings.
Address, E. E. Eshelman, Red Cloud.
An evening service will be planned
for. The time will be determined at
the afternoon session.
We are looking forward to a day of
inspiration, instruction and fellowship.
Everybody is invited to get and give
your share. lie present a few minutes
beforo ten o'clock so as not to miss the
devotional opening of the Sunday
Miss Mno Moulton has been appoint
ed Superintendent of the Cradle Roll
Division of the Home Department. She
will be glad to get in touch with any
babies under four years that aro in our
community. Her telephone number is
Guide Rock No. 2003, bell phone.
Please inform her as to the where
abouts of children of this age.
E. E. Eshelman, Pastor.
Congregational Church Notes
Rev. Liulwlg Thomson will prcaoh
at 11 a. m subject "What Is Life For."
You aro Invited to attend.
R. E. Ficnch, loadforeman for tho
Ihirlington from McCoolc, lias been
nponding the past couplo of days hero
attending to mattes in connection
with his woik.
I knew him when lie was a hoy
What one f there o its that has not fell the glow of satisfaction
over the oiirsfnmling success of ct life-long frientll Often a sur
prise seemingly "till of a sudden," Yet neither surlniunx nor
sudden, when ou stop to think bach over each step of his progress.
HE United States Rubber Company makers ofU. S.
Koyal Cords-wcrc first to conceive, make and announce
the balanced tire. A tire in which there is such com
plete unity of action in tread and carcass that neither
will give way before the other. v
First to conceive, make and announce a complete
line of tires a tire for every need of price and use under one
standard of quality.
First to tell the public about the good and bad in
tire-retailing. (You remember the phrase "G6 to
a legitimate dealer and get a legitimate tire. )
First also to arouse industrial and trade
minds to the need of a new kind of tire
competition. (Competition for better and
better values. Greater and greater pub
lic confidence.) '
THESE high spots along the U. S.
road to leadership indicate the
intent the will to win by the qual
ity route in a price market.
Now that so many car-owncrs
have Riven their verdict for quality
tires in general, and U.S. Tires in
particular a number of dealers
and car-owners whose vision
has been clouded by "dis
counts," "sales" and what
not, arc beginning to re-
member that they "knew
him when he was a boy."
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U. S. Tires :
Oley Iverson, Bladen, Neb. Blue Hill Tire Co,.Blue Hill.Ncb.,
Brick Garage.Campbell.Neb. Cowles Garaae.Cowles, Neb. Rose
mont Garage, Rosemont, Neb., Flathers &Lane, Riverton, Neb.
Grace Church Notes
Fourteenth Sunday After Trinity
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Holy Communion at 11 a. m.
No evening servloo.
English Lutheran Church
Kogular services evory first and thli d
Sunday in the month In tho Adventlst
Sunday, Sept. l"th,our bister congre
gation at Campbell will celebrate lt9
25th anniversary. The local conRregn.
tion la cordially invited.
Services will not bo dropped in Red
Cloud but will be held as usual at 11
The public is cordially invited.
O. R Ileinltz, Pastor.
One carload of hogs and one carload
of cattle were shipped from here Sun
day morning to the Kansas City mar
ket. Seventy-seven cars of stock pass
cd through enrouto to tho Kansas City
and St. Joe markets Sunday morning.
Ucrt Elmore, Ray Sutton nnd Vir
gil Huff played with tho Inavale
team at Bellairo Sunday. The form-
stalo that one of Belmiro boy
A Financial Rainbow
SAVING ACCOUNT is a most welcome rainbow
A to the financial storms of your life. After the
clouds have rolled by and you find your Savings
I still thftrn. thn futurft will look o.vo.r sn munh
brighter and cheerful. And you will be glad that
you started an account.
Why not get busy to-day? Take a few dollars and start an
Account with this bank. And with a little added each week
plus the interest we contribute, you will soon have a sum to allay all fears
of any financial storm in the future.
If not already a depositor open an account today.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Flounce, Pretideirt Red Cloud, Neb. S. R. Florance, Cashier
Capital and Surplus $33,000.00
DtpoiU Guaranteed by the DtpoiUori Guaranty fund of the Slate of Stir aula
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
knocked n homo run and whon tho hit
, tor had recovered tho hall they were 1
1 eating supper. How nhonl, it Virgil ?
OVER STATU BANK
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