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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1922)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 21. 1922
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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
IfTall walks of life. Hole
proof comes in a wide va
riety of regular and fancy
styles in silk, silk f aced.and
lusterized lisle. Mado for
women and children, too-
Program for Agriculture Society
Tuesday, October Sid Entry Dny
Tuesday, October 3il, 8:00 p.m. Opcicttn by lied Cloud Iligli School.
Wednesday, October 4tli, 9:00 n. m High School Judging Contest
Wednesday, October 4th, 10:30 a. m. Judging Poland China Pig Club
Wednesday, October 4th, 1:30 p. in. Judging Duroc Jersey Pig Club
Wednesday, October 4th, 4:30 p( m Pig Showing Contest
Wednesday, October 4th, 8:00 p. m Illustrated Lecture.
Thursday, October Gth, 10:30 a. m Judging Calf Club calves.
Thursday, October 5th, 1:00 p. m Calf Showing Contest.
Thursday, October 5th, 1:30 p. m Parade Livestock.
Thursday, October 5th, 3:30 p. m Demonstration Contest.
Thursday, October 5th, 8:00 p. m. Moving pictures "Down the
Friday, October Gth, 1 :30 p. m Civic and School paiadc.
The Old Settlers' Picnic
Agent:. Warner Bros. Corsets Home Journal Patterns
50 Boxes Light House Soap
10 Bars for - 25c
1 Box, 100 Bars - - $2.50
This is only 21y cents per bar
POTATOES for Winter Use
We will have a car of the very finest Early Ohio
Potatoes on track within the next few days.
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
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 DEST USE OF THEIR SCHOOL HOURS. BRING THE
CHILDREN IN BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS. WE MAKE NO
CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION AND FIT NO GLASSES UNLESS
needed. t - g. ii!l;irf;jaUMHi
FOUNTAIN PENS WITH CLIP $1.B0
BLOTTERS FREE ASK FOR THEM
"RITE-RITE" MECHANICAL PENCILS 10c
'PLEADS FOR AUTOPOINT, EVERSHARP AND OTHER PENCILS
tit : V.T. t .' 10c PER DOZEN
Pocket Ben Watches $1.50
Glo Ben Watches $2.50
Alarm Clocks $1.25 to $4.75
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'I'liu picnio fit (Wlfts IVnl it Very tp
jnyiiblo occrtMou. Tim good people Of
Cowlcs had spuied uo pains to matte
everyone fuel welcome- on llie grounds
nnd gnmes for the entertainment of nil
Tlii' plumb of business were closed,
anl the public school dis'i.lssud.
The school children pleased every
one by the interest they displayed and
the skill with which they performed
the parts assigned to them "V
Every township in the connty waB
represented. Among the speeches of
the men, those of Charles Quruey, Mel
Sherman and Louis Poisiger were,
perhaps, the best reooived by the audi
ence. These speakers easily made
themselves heard, and their remarks
were of a nature to catch and keep the
attention of the hearers.
Dr. I.ii'ud presented a statistic tl his
tory of the beginning of Oak Creel.
Ihe doctor's voice was not quite strong
enough for an out-of-doors address
and there were a good many who failed
to hear all that he had to say.
Emanuel Peters, the solo survivor
of the first band of pioneer pioneers,
and of tho pioneers of Guide Rook,
gave the first talk. It is regretablo
that Mr. Peters speaks so quletlj
Some of bis remarks were not heard
by the majority. But Mr. Peters1
weakness in this respect was amply
compensated by the easy and pleasing
elocution of his daughter, Mrs. Parker,
Her talk was witty and eloquent. We
hope to reproduce the original poem
with which it ended, entitled: ''The
Sod-covered Dug Out that Stood by
Mrs. Wulter Sherwood gave soino
interesting reminiscences in a pleas
ant oiMmnd manner.
MihS Keency gave a reading which
was peculiarly appropriate. She Is
t'io daughter of Heniy Kecney, and
fie granddaughter of one of the first
three settlers of the Cowlcs neighbor
hood. Daniel Garber spoke for the son's of
the pioneers, anil Howard Foe for their
Bransons'. Inasmuoh as there was a
joking allusion to his candidacy, and
the possibilities of physical disfigure
ment from bis opponent, the chairman
called upon Mr. Caldwell to give as
surance that the contest between the
two candidates would not be or a pugi
For the first time in the history of
these picnics, there was representation1
of the French settlers in the north'
west part of the county, Mr. Marcel
and his son were preseut, and seemed
to' enjoy meeting with the pioneers of
The people of Quldo Rock did not
make as good a showing as usual. The
rowd was booked for Burr Oak on
that day. Those who were present
made up In quality what was lacking
It was the opinion of all present that
Cowles deserved to continue as the
meeting place of those annual assem
blages. On motion of Mr. Keenoy, tho chair
man was lnftructcd to appoint a suita
ble person In each township to ttiko
t.ote of tl.o passing of pioneers ami
lie t tr.KMU"' It's of Mulr lives to tho'
A good many In the audience were
disappointed because Mr. Wagoner and
Mr. Waller wero not heard. They
wore present and iCJidy, but the buso
ball game and the lateness ol the hour
when tlioy were called for, cullSCd til bill
to deny thcmsclvc ami the rest of ur,
Senator Hitchcock to Speak
United States Senator Gilbert M.
Hitchcock, who is a candidate for re
election, Is scheduled to speak in Red
Cloud, Nebr., at 3:00 o'clock p. ir.,' on
The Senator's friends. In reviewing
1 is re. 9 d, point out whit the Senati r
has done for tho farming interests of
the state and give him credit for hav
ing voted in the interest of the farmer
and supported every bit Of legislation
that the farmer needed In addition,
the Sonator initiated several plecos of
legislation which were of groat benefit
to the funning industry.
Tho Senator has Introduced, and has
ponding in congress of the United
States, a bill for tho establishment of
an international system of credit which
will enable Europe to buy the farm
products of America at once, thus pro
viding a mai hot for the American far
mer and giving him a obance to obtain
some of tho prices for bis products
which the Senator believes the farmer
Should obtain. In his speech, be will
explain some of the provisions of this
measure and show how it will raise tho
prices of farm prpducts.
Picnic Was a Success
Wednesday tho Mason nnd Kastcin
Star member 8 of tho local lodge with
a large number of visitors from tho
surrounding towns held a picnlu at
tho Country Ulub grounds southwost
of this city. The members began gath
ering about eleven o'clock and a cafe
teria dinner was served from 12 to 1.
The coffeo, which was excellent, was
mado by Messrs. Kd Piatt, H.O.Lctsom
It V. Nicholson and O. S. Romlne.
After dinner the band played a few
selections and a short time was spent
The first thing on tho program was
the specob by Grand Master Chas A.
Chappoll, of Mlnden. who proved to be
a forceful talker and was at home on
the platform. His talk pleased the
crowd and be was introduced by Fred
The races and ball game wero then
pmlled off J The married men won the
game by a score of 11 to 8. Those who
plared golf then spent the rest of the
time at this pastime until supper was
servea. xnose present reported a
good time and arc looking for a picnic
again next year.
Through the generosity of the
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine of this
city, the neonle of this oommunltv en
joyed an excellent musical progain at
me Hesse Auuitortum Wednesday eve.
ning, given by the Tehama Temple
Shrine Hand of Hastings. This band
is one of the best in the state, and
their music nevor fails to entertain and
please. We wish to extend the thanks
of this community to the Noblos of
tno Myhtlcjdhrinu for their invitation
to attend this entertainment, and can
tiutlifully say that it was gieiily en
j jid bj the lnrgo crowd pre tint.
Yes Sir You can now
buy a Clot her aft $07
Standard Serge for
Not in years have wo been
able to offer you a better
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 wcolCand look
at those Clothjcraft Standard
Serges in Dlues, Gray and
Brown at S27.00. In suite of.
the price everyone tiuaraii
tced in writing to give sat
isfactory wear-'and service..
The Cowden-Kaley Go. Co.
Carload of Salt
We have carload of Michigan salt in barrels
and"bag8 which will be here soon.
A Full Line of Groceries
Work Clothes and Shoes
Fresh Fruit Every Saturday
REMEMBER: We pay the highest market price
for your produce.
Hardware sElectricai Goods
WHEN you want i giy'ihintf jnjto ,H'ne- of hardware,
whether it be a small item or a bilirfa&.a' neV -house.:!
we will be glad to serve you.
We also carry a line of electrical goods. See us for lamp!
irons, grills, percolators, waffle irons, sewing machine
The Webster County Agricultural Society
will be held at Red Cloud, Oct. 3 to 6th.
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