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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1922)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHLfcir
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K ftS TOLD TO US
Ja.x II ili tito cf 111 den ,o. in tlir
city Satui''. afternoon
' D'stricl Court is.now in session.
CJhas L'ndley lolurnod homo the
la t of the week from Denver.
Rev. D. Fitzgerald was a pa sengcr
to Lincoln Mondu" on train -1.
I. 11. Wagoner wa-. a passenger to
Chester Saturday morn'ng on t.ain
Kllory Ilcoper went to Gowlcs Sat
urday morning on tra'n 4 to rpendtrc
I Mrs. R. V. Nicholson went to Hast
ings Thursday morning to spend the
Mrs. A. 0. Walker went to Hast
ings Friday morning to ' spend the
Mi'j. Bon MeFvaland went to Hast
ings ' Friday morning on train 4 to
spend the day.
Mrs. C. II. Slarkc went to Superior
Monthly, to spend the day visit
ing with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Martin were
paaengen to Norton, Ktnsas, Satur
day morning on train 15.
Mrs. Howard Foe went to Hasfngs
Thursday meriting to spend the day
rctur.iing home on No. 11 that evening.
Mis Kub'y Koon wc:.t to McCookl
Friday morning on train 15 to spend
a few days-there vis'ting with relatives.
W. H. Dnnkcl arrived here Sunday
morning on train 1G from Wray, Colo
rado for a couple of days visit with
Mr. Wilson wont to Denver, Colo
rado, Monday morning on train 15 for
a v'sit at the home of her ron, Ford
Wilson aid family.
Perry Long arrived here fiom Los
Angeles, California, Friday morning
he ho'ng called here by the dcuth of
his father, Jaco'j Long.
Mrs. E. M. Gard went to Or nd
Irlanrf Snturdry in rninjr on ( ruin 4
where the will visit frr a few days
with iclrtives and friends.
I will hold a fancy work .sale at 11.
P. Weesncr'-" s'ore, Saturday Decem
ber 2nd. I heve a large variety of
articles. Mrs. Moll Hcrrick.
Court Roportcr, Lee Johnson went
to Alma Monday morning to spend
the day attending to bus'nes matters
in connection with his work.
I'oiry Long was ..
f'li(tci T 'il nv t.
.ii1, o . li.i'n 1.
Tli r.e D.vis w.is a patijengrr to
Oini.hu Tuc day oven'njr on train 17.
Mrs. Frank C:om relumed home
Saturday evening after u short visit
in Ha tings.
Frank Peterson and Lee McArthur
accompanied the stock shipment to
St. Joe. Sunday.
Ira Wines relumed to this city
Tuesday evening on train 11 from
Onu.hn to which place he went Sun
day in chaige of a shipment of stock.
Deputy Sta'c Sheriff 0. D. Hot'go
Sheriff Iluffcr, W. G. Hamilton, Carl
Oglcvie and .several othorct attendee:
the Chas. Sutton trial at Manknto,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sanderson
and children diovc down Sunday
moining from their home in Grand
Island to s; e id the dry here visit
ing with friends.
George Winlon returned to his
homo pt Spri.'gficld, Missouri, Thurs
day morning on tra'n 14, he being
called hcic by (be death of his mint.
Miss Jennie Wnton.
Mr. r.:id Mis. Clifford Pope and
baby returnc.1 to their lnme in IL.st
iiift". JiViuhy after pending Sun
day heic vi iting with his psicnt?
and with other rclati-.es Mid i'r'cnds.
Cou.'ty Attorney Howard S. Foe
returned home Frivy morning on
train 1G after ; pcnd'iu; the pa t few
days in towns west of here attending
to matters in oenncction with his
John Schmidt, special agent for the
Burlington from Wymote, spent some
time here Tuesday attending to mat
ters in connection with his work, re
turning to Wymcre on No. 1 i Wed
Mr. and Mr.-. Harold Moranville
and children returned to their homo
at Hcmingsford after spending the
iast couple of wco'-.s here visiting
with her parents and wi'fa other rcl -tives
Mrs. Jcc Topham retu ncd home
Fridiy evening on No. 11 from PhiK
delplua, Pen lsylwmin, where sle
went about three week ago as a
dclega'e from th's county to the W.
C T. U. convention which w?s held
Earl Hall, Bruce Frame, J. 0.
Hutler, Al. Slrby, Roy Rust,J. S. L.
iTJiomai, Jay Qieok, M. B. Rrbcrtron
J. N. Havel and A. B. McArthur were
in Hastings! and oniph'nn Friday
afternoon attending to fome business
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCartney
and children arrived here from Mc
C)ook Saturday morning on No 1G
for a few days vis't with relative?.
Mrs. Marion Bloom went to Fair
bury Sunday morning whore she will
vi.dt for a few days with her parents
Mr. and Mr. Bisdiop and with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Golwick and
b-by went to Hardy Saturday morn
ing on train 1G to spend : e"upb ci'
day? vi itin't with rnl lt and
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mitchell re
turned to their home in Akron, Colo
rado Thursday evening on train 17
after Spending the .past few days
hero visiting at the home cf Bound
house Foiomnn, J. W. Hauck and
with other friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Wccsncr and
bit -y went to Lincoln Sunday moin
ing via auto where they will spend u
few ('ays visiting wi'h his ister, Mr
Guy Zo'g'ei1 Mid family. Before r
turning home Mr. Wee .nor will g- t
0"iah i to
dttcn 1 to some bu i
Bernard McNcny ielurne.l liome
Wednesday ovonintr on train It from
Lincoln where he has been spending
the pu-,t few days attending to legal
bu iness matters.
Mrs. Stella Cnidwcli
Pi'ss (1 iw,?y Monday
Mrs -lit1. i M Cil.ti. ji-is-c 1 niMiv
it! it 1'iivpll.il ill Kirliivilli! Mi'-siuiri,
M.miiiiy i tiiliiir ufti)"1 in (li-rgoimj hii
Opeiutlnli tor c.inci'l'. Slid liuil hcuii it
lvd'U'iitof tlii-M-lty for the past, twenty
yeuiS tind wk. fi8 vtvtm old.
Sin-is sin i veil by one son hmiI four
diunrbteiH, to liom the tiiiiny filcnds
of the finally extend the tetiderrbt
Tbu Mineral hprvlct's will lie held nt
the liotne Filthy afternoon at '2 o'clock
A committee of five was appointed
to meei December 2nd, 1P22 at 1:00
p. m., at the c urt house. Cemmitlcc
appointed: J. R. Scott, M. L. Boom.
Geo. Amack, A. L. Grossman nncl
Mary Peterson. This committee will
entc: tain any taxpayer's re obtton
t reduce t.ixe in our community.
Oats For Sale
A fei' liuii'lred ImisIii-K th.it. a-e
bright mill cIhiiii, l'.e,
N V. Ainh'i-oi, Covsles.
Mi ChriRtino C .ldwell arrived
hcie Tuesday evening from Kearney
Jic hoi ig called by the death of her
Viva crlwls ofn .ttlo were shipped
to the Kiur-ns City market Sunday
morning and one' carload of, cattle to
Omrha, from 1jph
At a mcetiiiir cf the Cliamb.ir of
Cmirio'ce r. eld Lst night the mom
I ers e'ecided to keep their rooms
f, en R-iiwInys as heretofore.
A 1 .rge number ef the local 'mt
ba'l fans will lc; vo today and in fie
morning to attend the Not.c Dame v
Ncbra ka foot bill game at Lincoln.
Dr. Warrick, the specialist will
meet eye, ear, n so and throat pat
ients and tho o needing glasses at
Dr. Damcreir. Tuesday December 12
Hour . 2 to G.
J. M. Hewitt, Mrs Hotchkiss and
Miss Golda Parker were pas cngc s
t-o Grand Island Wednesday where
they will spend Tha-ksgiving with
D'strict Judge L. H. Blacklty'ge
left Wednosdcy for Lincoln to 'pftin'
Tha.ikgjving w'th U non. Ilobert
ai.d lake in tho '4g to X ball g.ime.
Frem there he gi.es o G-ri .; to pre
'de over a sessi n of District Court
for Judge Hobiirt, who 's ill.
The Red Cloud Farmers Union
L.-cal will hold a meeti ,g at the Odd
Fellows Ciall, Friday evening at 7:30
Lot'.i have a rmsing meeting of tie
Local. A musical program followe t
by a talk on "School Program" by
E. J. t)vcring, Jr. and others.
A. B. PIERC1E, Pros
FARM 151 BEAT ran KM
(B ' u.ly Agont 11 il Fit'c')
' ' IT 'i 1 i'hW r
I !)"(' o interested in air C'u
wi rk ..i eugh our ooint . gent, M .
.iKch, bo I selected a go d whit"
fun'or Yearling Shorthoin liefer
from tho l:trl of Johnson and Auld.
I fed, cscicised and tr..ined her
du ing the summer and won first at
the Webster County Fair.
Then wo went to tho Sl. to Fa'r where
I w. n frst prize Calf Clin heifer
and was prcsen'cd with a hand omc
silver loving cup by the Nebraska
Shorthorn Breeder's A soeiat on.
In the Calf Showing co itcst there
I also von first for which I roeo'vci'
a gold modal.
My eifet win first and grand
champion at the Bed Chmd Fair.
1 was fortunate enough to be so
lected a , a member of the calf demon
stration team which represented
Webster county at the State F. fr
There we won first in cla s and
champion over all teams.
This entitled us to represent Nebr
mka at the Inter State Fair at Sioux
City, low.', wheio wc placed thiid in
competition wiijii teams from, ten
Wo wcie asked to stop in Omnha
n our 'way to Simr: Caty and give
ur demonslrat'on before the Air
Sa.' Ben which wo gladly did.
I feel that I have, received a great
deal of benefit from my year in 111"1
calf club, a.s I have learned more
about livestock, ; nd at Sioir: City
we met boys and g'rls from other
stales and leceivcd some new ideas
from them and last I have learned
hov it feels to win and what it .seems
like to loo e.
This lias helped mo to strengthen
my dele? initiation to go out into the
the world, become a purebred breeder
5-d "Make the Best, Better." By
f.jrimcr Edson, county and state
champion in cclf club.
COMMITTEES CONTINUE PLANS
FOB COMMUNITY THEE
THE Cf ST tF
DRY CLEANING CLOTHES
is very slight in cotnpnriBon to the
benoQt9 that acctuc. Many a dress
or suit bis or hers that has been
practically discarded cn bo aiudo
to Korre uatUfctoiily If wc reno
.It .la fashionable nowadays to
make your clothes to b6rveyou
for nioru than ouo scnsoii,
At a mooting of fiie Gomnuinity
Chiis'mr.s committees held iMonday
evening it was decided to hold the
Christina program at the Auditor
iujni, Saturday December 23, com
mencing at G and the same to bo over
at 7:15. The children will put on a
Christmas play and scats will be giv
en all the children.
A hpecinl communication of Charity
1 nlgo A. F. .t A M. is to be held at
four o'clock next Friday af lei noon for
work in tho Follow Ct aft degree. A
regular communication 'is to be held
at 7:30 p. m. the same day. After the
business meeting there in to be furthei
work in the Follow Craft degree. Vis.
iting brethren will be welcome
W. I). Bdson, V. VI.
Dave Bell received word from his
wife Tuesday night stating that her
father, Chas, Crago, pussod away at
7 o'clock that evening at his hoiuo in
Freeport, 111. The decensod made his
home here with Mr. mid Mrs Bell tho
past seven years; while hero he made
friends who sympathize withthu be
reaved dnughtor and relatives. He
was aged GO years und had been in
poor health for some time.
Call and see me if you want u faun
nan ut a loilticoil rate of interest ai d
best option. Loans ulosed iiiimci I
ately witlpuo delay or expense for e.
J. II. BAILI2Y.
Laurette Taylor, better known on
the speaking stage, Is one of tho latoot
additions to the "movie" star rank.
J. Hartley Manners, her hiMbantf, Is
the author o Jho first play In vvhtifc,
tHo tar appears.''- ,..,.tl,",r,"
The earliest mention of the cm o!
ciicket Is In tho writing of one John
Derrick, who In lfiM wrote that "lis
and his fellowes did runne and play
at cricket." But In the Bodleian
library at Oxford there Is an old pic
ture of a monk bowling a lull to an
other monk, who Is about to strike it,
and tho date of that Is 200 years
The chairmen of the various com
mittees for the Community Christmas
'rco met at the Library, Monday,
evening and discussed many thiigs
pertaining to that great event. S mic
could give full reports and some had
to wait en tho reports of other bc
foie they could give thuhs.
Manager Li:in of t'e Audit irium
lu.s decided that 'they can ta!-c their
Lrhoiec between Sunday or Mondaj
evening, lor tc prog. am, oincrwisi
he has Lie splend'd picture "The 01
Nest" chedulcd for Saturday night
and dc-es not v.i.-h to c.mccl U. 'flic
thought that evca one hour on Sat
urday evening, at any time, was bellei
than '2 hours on any other night, after
"11 the programs and Christmas tiees
n the homes and churches were over,
o they decided to have it early Sat
urday evening, beginning promptly
at 6:15 o'clock and being through by
7:30, in exact time for the first pic
ture show not conflicting then with
any of Mr. Linn's plans and showing
their gratitude to him for the use of
the Auditorium free of charge.
The program committee reported
that the dramatization of "The Elves
und the Shoemaker" would be given
as the principal feature of the pro
gram. This little story carries the
true spirit of Christmas.
The finance committee was not rep
resented, so the decorating and pur
charing committees had to stay their
revolts until hearing from thi im
Dr. Nich Ison s dd that the tice
eoi mittce h."d not secured tho tr e
as yet and ho seemed glad that the1
still had four weeks to obtain it. He
reported that the street Christmas
tice would not be as large sis the one
of last year.
The six ushers, under the direction
of J. C. Mitchell fccm to know their
work. They will also hand out the
treats at the door as the people leave
tho building. Some one huirtorously
suggested locking tho rear exits so no
one could come round again in lino.
The publicity committee was urged
to get busy and we announce the
next meeting at tho snme place on
December 12th. Every committee
must bo able to make a full report
at this meeting.
TliereJs Ecouoimy f
a Wearing Belter
Good clothes not only make you look better and
take yrcalcr pride in yourself. They save you
money loo that's the kind of service wc offer
you. A service that considers you first. Sec
our Hart Schaff ner & Marx's suits and overcoats
$30.00 to $40.00
Wonderful Line of all Wool Overcoats
Just came in $22.50.
SEE US FOR Sweaters, Underwear,
Shoes and Caps.
We Save You Money
G. Hamilton Clotihing iCo
Box Supper at Dist. 26
The tsscher and pupils of sohool
district No, 20, will hold a box supper
Ht their school bouse Friday evening,
Dec. 1st, 8 o'clock. There will bo a
program followsd by a basket sapper.
A onke will be siren ths ropularlady
Ererybodr bring baskets and come.
Mrs. Polnicky, Teacher,
Election of Officers
Half City, Half Daaert
Ji ilnj (lulf'of Aden Ik it spot of
Imrrcn sniiil where u city sprlnics up
every whiter and i.!tiost disappear In
the summer. ThN flncc fi i.nl,,, 5o,..
Ih'Jii. . niiirUct Is in-Ill (here every
winter and durl-s Muj height of trad
ing It biM'dinns n cltv .r niilo huts und
tents with a populnihii of ovjv la"),
900. During the miiiiiiiiw Hd place b
At a meeting of the I, O, O. F.,
lodge hold Monday evening tho follow
ing ollluers wore elected for tho ensn.
ing term: Joo Huwltt, Noble Grnud;
Will I'nttun, Vice Grand; U. W. Stow
urt, Scortitnry; M. H. Coi ner, Treiisurrr;
I'ortor Hale, Trustee, 3 year teim.
Tho members decided to have a public
installation ot officers.
.Don't Lose Your Money!
By giving it lo strangers for Magnziuc sub
scriptions. Let us send for you and if. tiny thing
is wrong you know wc will make it right.
Come in and Get a Catalog
CHAS. L. COTTING, Thc Druggist'
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Cheerful acceptance of orders
over the phone or in person and
Prompt Delivery are two of the
reasons .that our store has such a
Another s that our Groceries are always fresh,
pure and wholesome and our prices most reas
onable. May we have the pleasure of a visit
or call from you to-day?
Pc A.0 Wullbran
Groceries and Queenswarc
Our Printing is
Clean cut and snappy.
Wc know just how to handle type '
to get the most attractive display
and the best results.
. Need stationery - - bill heads - - Book
lets - - hand bills of any kind? Phone w.t
Double quick service - - A No. I quality, ;
' No job too large or too small fort
us to print. - '
The Red Cloud Chief
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