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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 25, 1923)
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Art McKim of Leh.mon w in the
t'ily Wwlne i'.r
Mm. M Id rod Am.ck in driving a
now Slwdebuke.- rcndsier.
A. II, Carpenter went to Hustings
Friday morning t pend the day.
Mrs. V. A. SiiOi'wond went to Hast
ing; I-'riduv, morning to , en J the day.
Alf S laden wont to Hiu:ting. Fri
day morning to spend the day attend
ing to bu'inc s matte.
Mrs. James l'etcrson and Miss Mary
Peterson were passengers to H list
ings Thursday morning on tri'in 1.
Miss Edith Hoozlcy arrived hero
from 1 naval e Saturday morning Tor
a couple of di'ys vi.-iit with her pat
ents. Mrs. B. Boyd returned to Hastings
Friday morning on train -1 after spend
ing a couple of days hcie visit'ng
Al Hoffmt'n returned homo Wed
nesday evening from Blue Hill whc;c
ho spent the day attending to busi
Uuciy: d Mauley went t Hardy
Saturday morning on train lC to
spend the di'y visiting with frioiu:.-..
i .'turning home that evening.
Miss .Blanche Pope arrived here
Saturduy morning from Inavale to
spend a cuiple of davs visiting with
her parents, M '. and Mrs. Geo. Pope
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Moughlcr return
ed home Wednesday morning from
Bridgeport where they went a few
days ago for a short visit with rel
atives and friends.
Miss Gertrude Coon went to Omaha
Thursday morning to attend the an
nual meeting of the Nebraska State
Teachers' Association which is being
held there this week
Miss Clara Bcezlcy arrived here
Saturday morning on train 1G from
Hiverton to spend a couple of days
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. She m Becr.ley.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph St.ihr arrived
here Thursday evening on train U
for a s'lunt i'.it with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs Mitchell. They leturn
cd t Who 1111 l-Vday 110 vv.z on
Mrs. Maude Myers arrived her?
Wednesday morn'ng on train 1(5 from
Boulder, C'-olorr.c'o, for 1: couple of
weeks visit t.t the home ol Mr. and
Mrs. Dave Kaley and with other
Player Pinna at' a Barftains-We
have a plnjer piano in good condition
that one ol our customers was nimble
to finish paying for, that wo will place
free of charge in the home of any sntis
faotory eiihtomtrln thw viulnlty of Bed
Cloud who will p'iy tin balance in cash
or en'-y pnvments Wtlte GASTON
MUSIC . I'VRN'IJTKKCO . Hasting,
DPD AND REMODELED
the Hughes Way
Cleaners - Dyers - Tailors
(Wo Clean Hats)
I'honcsi-Ucll 88; Ind. 193M.
Red Cloud, - Neb,.
C K Ail;' i ri w-.- r piis-cngar to
IflhhHh Mednenday morning:.
Mif. W .1. Linn wwi a ttir isii','i,H
ko .ijpp;'ior .Sunday morning.
Mr. Perry of Harvard ' visiting
his son, H, F. Perry and family.
Phil Traut went to Hastings Wed
nesday morning to iond the day.
Fred Henderson leturned frjin OM
borne, Kansas, the first of the week.
Thorpe Davis was a pas.-eager to
St. Louis, Missouri, Tresdny morning
on train 10.
Omar Wolfe atvived here from Me
Cook Sunc'ay morning for a shoit vis
it with friends.
Kdgar Harrington went to Cowles
Monday to spend the day visit'ng
with h's parent.'.
Mi;s Mildied Pope spent Sunday
lnmc visiting with her piucnti, Mr.
?;nd Mrs. Jay Pope.
Mr. and Mis. C. K. Hill of Hast
ings spent Sur-day here with her moth
i' , Mrs. HitFsii'ger.
W. K. White returned to Cowle
Monday morning after spending Sun
day here with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. II y Cramer inived
hero from Republican Sunday for a
short visit with friends
Oscar Sattley went to Lincoln Mon
day morning to spend r. few davs at
tending to business matter.?.
Miss Minnie Christian returned to
Superior Sunday morning after a
short visit here with her mother.
I. D. Richarson went to Kansas
Oity Sunday morning to spend a few
days attending to business matters.
II. Hirsch, the man in charge of the
work at the oil well, spent Tuesday
in Hastings attending to business mat
Qias., Steward went to Lincoln Tuc.-
day linrn'ng where he will spend n
few days attending to business matter.-?.
-Mr. and Mrs. Fountain lyncher
went to llcynolds Sunday morning to
spend a few days visiting with rela
tives. The degree team of the I. 0. 0. F.
lodge will confe" the initl'ilory degree
on three candidates next Monday
Mis. Beit Stunkard returned home
Wednesday morning on train 1G after
spending a short time at Naponee
Mrs. D. 0. Burden went to Guide
Rock Saturday morning on train lfi
to tpend the day attending to busi
Ben Copley, Clyde and Chus. Smith
and Grant Turner expect to go to
Omaha this evening and drive back
new Ford cars.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McBiide and Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Fuller were down f.'om
Cowles Friday evening attending the
Miss Mildred Fey left for Ogallala
where she will teach during the bal
ance of the school ye ir. She. went
Tue u'ay morning.
Clifford Pope leturned to Hastings
Monday morning after spending Sun
day here visiting with his parents,
Mr. "iid Mrs. Jay "ope.
Bert Hatfield spent Friday and Sat
urday in Grand Island attending r.
meeting held there by the Elks from
several surrounding towns.
Miss Marie Myers of Clay Center
spent Sunday here visiting at the
home of Rev. Tweedy and family, re
turning home Mondry morning.
Oliver Powell was a passenger to
Hastings Saturday morning where he
spent the day attending to business
matters, returning home that evening.
Farm Loans. Read This.
I am in the farm loan business and
am making quite a succobs of It for
various rciiRonH. I have the very low
cat rato of interest going and by all
odds the best option nlfercd. There is
no delay in closing a lonn, as it Is
practically closed th moment the
application is miido.. I buvo certain
advantages that enables me to save
many of you from $'20 to $.'10 in negoti
ating tho loan You get the entire
face of the loan, as no portion of It
is neld.ont in advance.
I .L II. BAILEY.
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!-i)W' Mile nl Ni-Non, N.b, I'YIt. ""'-
WiiU'll tin's i.ipi'i fiii' i.iln iHtor,
Last Week Og.cvie Bros, added an
other c:t, the Uioviolct, to their
.ales department and on Satiudny
Frank Kimr dr vc one of them 110111''.
Mrs. N. R. Hush went to Oxford
Wo'lnesdi.y moining on train 15
where she spent th? day isithig nt
the home of an uncle wh is very sick
Mr. Thomas F.mcrton, who hr.n
been seriously ill fr the past three
weeks is impioving and her complete
loco very in now expected within a
Miss Helen Robinson went lo Lin
coln Satu -dry morn'ng on train A
where she will spend a few days visit
ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs C.
WANTKD-Mau with car to sell
complete lino low priced 'J'ntr.s aril
Timich, $100 ppr weili and expenses
Sterllngworth Tire Co , '27.'t Sterling,
K Liverpool, Ohio
Mrs II Jinan Pate and children ar
rived bote from Omar, Colorado, Sun
day morning for a few days visit
with her parents, Mr. tnd Mrs. A.
Claik and with friends.
Mrs H. R. Childrc s and children
tetuincd home S.iturdiy evening on
tia'n 11 fiMin Ulue Hill where they
spent a short time vis'ting with her
pa-cuts and with fiiends.
Robert Hoxfcy arrived home on Ne.
1 1 Saturday evcn'ng from Hasting.',
for a short visit with his" parents, Dr.
and Mrs. It. P. Hoxsey, returning to
Hastings Sunday evening via auto.'
Mrs. Homan Pate and children re
turned to their home nt Omar, Colo
rado, Monday evening on train 17
after a short visit bete at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Clark:
Marion Bloom went to Fairbury
Saturday moining on train 16 for a
couple of days visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Bishop and to return home with
Mrs. Bloom who has been visiting
t'.cre for the past couple of weeks.
Mrs. George Amack returned homo
Sunday morn'ng f.'om 11 dyoke, Colo
rado, whore she lias been v'siting ."I
the home of her son, Russell, for the
pa t week. Mrs Russell Aivmck re
turned with her for a few dr-ys v'sit
with relatives and friends.
Mr. l'Vnlason, the messenger on
trains 4 and 11 between this rpoint
and Hasting-i, returned home Tuos
day evening from Hastings where he
hnd his tonsils removed Monday.
Dur'ng his absence Mr. H. Ituncee of
Hastings worked his job.
Four airloads of hogs to Kansas
City, two carloads of cattle to Kan
sai City nnd one carload of mules to
Knnsns City made up the stock ship
ments from here Sunday morning. G.
G. Etherton and Eli Carlton went to
Kansas City Sunday morning in
chnrge of the stock from here.
Legion Gaining Members
Indications that the American Legi
on membnrship has become Mabllizd,
nnd a healthy growth of the oigniii
.iition is Indicated in tho flist 112.'I rn
poi ts from Nebraska's 311 ." posts 1 ecelv
ed at headquarters. The Legion iiii-tn-borsblp
has been made, permanent
"Once 11 Legionnaire, al.vays 11 Leplon.
inilre' and members nil over tin
country are Miowing n disposition to
pay yearly dues with the sumo grace
as other January I bills
It is expected that thu'L"glon 'mem
bership in Nebraska, approximately
20,000 for the last three vears, will in
oroHso consldmably this year.
Men who were not members pre.
viously are signing up in large mini
hers tills year, and roports of groat en
thusiasm are being received from the
various posts. Douglas County ILcg
Garfield Community Church
Sunday Services as follows:
10 n. m., Sunday School, Subject:
"Tho Right Uso of Wealth". Text is
in LukolG, 10.31.
11 u. m., Sermon, "Tho Ministry of
7 p, m. Sorvlce of Song.
7:30 p. m. Music Recital by Messrs,
Botz nnd Wbitakcr and Mesdames
Hughes, Oellatly and Knlley will glvo
The Chorus will meet Saturday even
ing in the home of Mr, mid Mrs. Lloyd
A mack to continue work on tho Story
Hong, "Tho Pink Roso". Wo wish to
meet at 7:'J0 so that some tlmo miy be
spent after the praotieo in a social way.
In another column of this papurjwill
bo found the program of tha Music
Recital as noted abovo, An offoring
wMvbtj lilted ut the oloso of Recital.
By F. A. WALKER
KNOW YOUR TALKXT
np 1112 llr.t requisite In the life of
the youthful, Is to know his or
her natural talent so that It may be
Intelligently developed and turned to
Find the holu In which your peg
fits without wabbling and keep tt
there. Do not move from pillar to
post in quest of another, and you
will enjoy more of what makes life
valuable, glad us the years swing by
that you have held thinly to your
Most of the failures In this work-a-day
world are due to Inelllclency,
caused generally by shifting from 0110
station to another and the woeful luck
of fixed effort In the pursuit of a
i'ou can never find the port you
hope to reach If you persist In Bull
ing your ship without compass and
rudder. The tides and the winds will
loss your precious craft Into the open
jaws of destruction or hurl It high
and dry on the scowling rocks from
which there Is no likelihood of es
cape. If you have 11 talent for painting,
see that you produce pictures of
beautiful themes and attractive col
ors; If ymir hand Is deft hi the use
of tools, clasp the saw and the hum
mer and resolve that no one shall
excel j on.
Yon cannot overcome dlflleullles
nor list' above the common level by
lounging around In Idleness, bemoan
ing jour lot and envying the pros
perous men and women climbing to
wards the bill-tops.
Whether you have one talent or
live talents, there Is but one medium
through which you can achieve, nnd
that is by hard, continuous work,
holding steudfustly to your courso
mill refusing to yield to discourage
ment. There Is in every person's life the
crucial moment of choosing a per
manent vocation, and when that It
overcome, there remains nothing else
to do but to drive straight ahead, de
termined to win an honorable desti
nation. To the men nnd women who are
predisposed to loafing, given to stop
ping by the wayside to gather wild
(lowers when they should be tramp
ing resolutely upon the highway, this
scarcely forms an agreeable subject
Hut these, as you may havu already
guessed, are they who have bidden
their talent in a napkin and boen
crowded from the ranks of Hits suc
cessful, because of their own fickle
ness. 2), 1023. by Mtt-'liirn Neivriapr Kynillrntv )
By DOUGLAS MALLOCH
SOMEONE has said that thoughts
I know each thought of mine.
Is like a bird witbllving wings
And pinions all a-shine.
I toss a thought upon the air,
As pigeon owners do
No matter when, no matter where,
It hurries home to you ! v
O llvu each day with open heart
So, when my thought "ball come
Across the miles we are apart,
It shall mil find you dumb,
(l live each day with open door,
Your heart's door open wide
Some thought of mine Is speeding o'er
The valleys that divide.
It bears 11 message all aglow,
The message old and young.
The message men and maidens know
In every hunt and tongue;
It sweeps aeriiss the azure skies,
It darts across the dome,
And home to your heart It files,
Because your heart Is Home.
And may my bird, so fond, so Meet,
I'poii lis happy quest,
As It files east another meet,
A pigeon (lying w est ;
And, us (hey hail upon (he blue,
Oh, may that pigeon be
A thought of yours, a thought as true.
A thought that files to me!
( liy SUCIure NewniiiiiHT Sytnllriite.)
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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 is that our Groceries arc 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?
P. A. Wullbrandt
Groceries and Queensware
Bell Phone 29
How About Harness!
l;wlll meet any catalogue price on anything in tho harness line
Don't let someone tell you that you can save money by tending away
come in and look my Meek over, I can mvoyou foine money.
Bring in your old ones and get them fixed up and oiled before Spring
LEE R. WALKER
liurrtoss nnd Snddlory
ThN illuilralci the laminated
conttruclion of llic New I'ro.
ecu Columbia Kecurih.
plalnp mrfncni which ore
injilrofn new initiative ntrr
wliklt iltc iicallc travel al
B Illuilralci the tmii.li harrier
cvntro care which rciUti
iMW niMU .m
(r i3 r iLv.
Instantly you will notice
that the disconcerting ur
face noises which have
always annoyed you arc
J. C. MITCHELL
Optometrist & Jeweler
Phone Ind. 3 on 90, BellJ 74.
Mrs, Ed Amack
$ BOTH PHONES
J I. T. AMACK
Ind. Phone 12
Joy of a Record
That is Virtually m&
Tonight put on your yr
phonograph any of the
records you enjoy most.
Does the surface noise
intrude and prevent you
from completely enjoy
ing the music? Tomor
row come in to see us
and let us play for you
a few of the new
Columbia KcwPro'ccss Rcc
onls will make our phono
graph what it should be, a
musical Instrument of the
highest, purest type
Residence, Bell 241
- PHONE IND. 32M
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