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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1923)
ftS TOLD TO US
Walt rir SpolinV DuiiKiSnlo, Keh.SU,
at the farm J tube tinm Superior.
.) ha I'!dw urds was in Itivcrlon
TliuriN. y the drillers commenced
drilling for oil at Hiltlictli.
See thu "Tiiais of a Hostess " Audi,
torium. lVbruury 8th jsoh lid
Several dl imi 1MII7011H am taking in
the wolf limit at Holsieln today.
W. 1). Kdson spent Tuesday in Hast
ings attending to busine.s mutter.
Frank Tcnnant un-ived here Thu is
, day morning on train 14 from Trenton
Mrs. A. J. Tophum went to Hust
ings Saturday mornjng to spend the
Mrs. John Schncll went to Cowlcs
Fridny miming on train 4 to spend
. .James Tanquary of Republican City
spent Saturday here vis'ting with lcl
atives and friends.
Mis.8 Virginia Avid retu-ncd h'me
Sunday morning after a couple of
d: ys spent in Denver.
Mrs. Kordice went to Guide Hock
Saturday morning to spend the day
visiting with friends.
Wm. Harris went to Hastings Tues
day mornng to spend the day attend
ing to business matters.
Theodore Manlcy resumed his work
at the depot Wednesday after being
off for several days sick.
Miss Wrcthu. Smith went to Guide
Rock Sunday morning. to spend the
day visiting with friends.
Rev. S. Hordman went to Superior
Thursday morning to spend the day
attend'ng to business matters.
Mrs. N. Ii. Rush returned home
Thursday morning irom Oxford after
a short visit there with relatives.
Omer Crowe'l r.nd Una B. WoocJ
ward, both oftiuUle Rod: were grant
ed a marriage license Saturday.
Fred Copley went to Kanst-s City
Sunday morning to spend a couple
of days attending to business matters.
Engineer Russell c.urv; in on No. 14
Monday morning to take Nos 4 and
11. Eng'nccr Pettis, who has been
,on this run for the past few weeks
went to McCook.
Player Piano nt a Sarfcitn:-Vo
hnve a player plnnn in good condition
that one of our customers was unable
.to finish paying for, that wo will place
"free of charge in tlio home of any satis
factory eustomi-r In lb" udiiity of Red
Cloud who will p.ij the hahuicoln cash
or easy pajuu'iils Wiite GASTON
MUSIC l-TRNl n'RECO , Hustings,
DYED AND REMODELED
The Hughes Way
Cleaners ,- Dyers - Tailors
(Wc Clean Hats)
I'honcis-reU 83; Iud. 193M.
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mouni lff r1 n.lj run. tuutwn.1. 1 r.,lr In ) our
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A. HOSPE CO., Omaha, Ncbr.
For YrNtrk'i Mimic Center
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Hon ,iil II,- ,, . til t lint Ot s (inn
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Jas. Mcintosh returned home Sun-
d: y morning from Kxcclisior Springs,
Missouri, who c he spent a couple of
Mrs. II. R. Children.? and children
went to Hastings Saturday morninjr
for a couple of days visit there with
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Doering spent
Monday here attending to bus'ness
matters, returning to Esbon late that
Mrs. Hc.-nn'.d McN'eny and daugh
ter, Mips Helen, returned home Sun
day morning : ftcr n couple of days
spent in Denver.
Attorney rml Mrs. J. Q. Saycr oi
Hill City, Kansas we c the guests of
John Foster und daughter, Mis.i Kva,
the first of the week.
Mrs. Shercr and daughter, Mrs.
Wallace Saladcn and baby went to
Cowlcs Friday morning to spend the
day visiting with friends
Operator R. E. Gocklcy arrived here
from Edison Friday morning on train
14 to work third trick in -place of Ed
gar Harrington who, is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. I, Traut went to Cul
bertson 'Saturday -evening on train 17
to upend Sunday visiting with rela
tives, returning home Monday.
Smith Center, Kansas, held a .spe
cial .election Tuesday for the purpose
of voting bonds for $200,000 to se
cure water 'from the Solomon river.
. Mr. and Mrs. John Sells and two
children went to Burwell Tuesday
mornhig they being celled there by
the serious illness of a niece of theirs.
George It, Boomer returned to IiIf
home at Lincoln Saturday morning
on train 4 after spending a couplle of
days here attending ti business mat
ters. Mrs. Howard E. Que ring, nee Miss
Charlotte Buerstetta is heie visiting
for a few days at the home of her sN
ter, Mrs, E. L. Morliait and with
Miss Gold'e McConkey came in on
No. 16 Sunday morning from River
ton to spend the day visiting with
her parent", Mr. and Mrs. Mark Mc
Conkey. P. H. Boner returned home Friday
evening from Lincoln where he has
been for the past few days visiting
with his son and daughter, who arc
attending school there.
Thorvul Jensen icturncd to' Red
Cloud Monday morning on train 10
from Akiou, Colorado, where he wont
Sftturduy cven'ng on tiain L7 fir n
short visit with fr'.cnds.
Supt. W. F. Giles of the Wymore
Dhis'on spent several hours in this
city Friday making nn inspection of
the Builington propeity ut this poirJ
going t) Wymore on No. 10.
Mis Edith Zoi-s arrived here Sat
uiday m'rn'ng from Inr.valo where
'le is teaching school for a couple of
days ldt w'th her parents, Mr., and
Mis. C. Zeiss and with friends.
Earl IlfGfddiH, a member of the
Omaha World Herald editorial staff,
passed awiy at a liujiital in Omuha
Sunday after a shoit illness. Ho was
well known by several in this city.
For an evening of fun and onjoy
inent attend the Auditorium nnFcbiu-
fury 8th. Sue ad
Farm Loans. Read This.
I am In the farm loan business and
am making quite a miccosij of it for
various reasons. I have the very low.
est rate of liueiust going and by all
odds the best option ollered. There Is
no dolav in ulosing u loan, as It Is
prnctlcally closed the moment the
applloatlon is made. I liavo certain
advantages that enables me to ave
many of jou from $20 to $'10 in ncgot).
nitnir Llm loun- You . cot tlio entire
fuce of the loan, as no portion of it
lb ucld 6n t u advance,
IMD OLUUD. NI511KA8KA CH1JL
Irs. J. ik 3 l'...i . r j md chile ri1)
r ied Ime ir. u ll.e'r home nt Ho
'tblic n Fnlav mnni'ti" n trfdn It'
tiUid .i ivM '. uT d ., 'isi.ii-A
" c Herb Ltidl w home nud with
Operate.' G. R. Hockley went on
r in ir li Republican Sunday morn
ng, wl-.eie he w'll work for u few
toys, after relieving Mr. Harrington
on th'rd trick at the depot fo a couple
11. A. Rocrig, Rurington Cluitii
Agent fiom Denver, spent several
ours in this city Thursday attending
t matters in conncct'on with his
work going to Oxfoul that, evcnlnj,
on t a'ti 17.
Fred Jc nberg, water service foto
man f r the Rutlington fiom McCook,
arrived in the city Friday morning on
train 10 to spend the day attending
to business matters in connection
with h's work.
David Rritton, it former resident ot
this city but now living at North
lnttc, spent a few hours in this city
Satuiday renewing old acquaintances
He is visit'ng f r a few days in Smith
Center with l datives.
Miv. J. A. I'urden and son, Dane!,
went to Kansas City, Sunday morn
ing to jdn his wif? and purchar.c
goods for tlcir millinery store. M
A. Albright is in clu rgc of the -.tot-wlvlc
they arc away.
V .1 Vance was down fioin Inavale
Wednubduy und while Iuto made this
olllco a visit Mr. Vance Is the only
old settler of Inavale who'.is lu-sldn g
op his homestead today, tie Jiavn g
settled on bis laud In 1870.
Marion Bloom returned home Mon
day evening qn train 17 from Lin
coln. He reports his baby considerably
better, Mrs. Bloom remained in Liri
coin where she will say until the.
baby can be brought home. , -
Five carloads' of hogs to- Kansas
Clity, four of cattle to Kansas City
and one of cattle to St. Joe comprised
the stock shipments from here Sun
day morning. J. C. Burgess went in.
charge of the stock shipped fiom here
Claie and Olrude Starr arrived here
Friday morning from their home at
Brush, Colorado, they being called by
the death of their grandfather, Jonu
Cmi ett. Their parents Mr. and Mrs
Gias Starr Imve been here for tlio
Mis. Gertrude L. Coon icturncd
home Thursday evening on train 11
from Omaha where she has .been spend
ing the past week attending the . n
nual meeting of the State Teachers'
Association which has been going on
in that city for the past week.
While walking tip the track near
the depot at Inuvale early Sunday
morning. with the intentions of going
east on a stock train. II. II. Fetty
stepped off a culbert and wus bruised
up considerable. He was going to get
on the caboose and owing to the dark
ness did not see the culbert.
Messrs Brooks and Farley, two of
Itivcrton's aged citizens, met on the
street of that village Saturday noon
and 'decided to .settle their grievances
by the Qucensboi'ry rules. As Mr.
Farley attempted to pass by, Mr.
thooks the latter stabbed him in the
back, the knife pcnetrnt'ng to his
lungs and then be.t in Uroolis with
hii fists. It wes thought at fir t that
Mr. Failey w uld no live but he is
im;iioing at Hist report1.
COMEDY IN THIfEE ACTS
The Altar Guild of
Grace Episcopal Church
Pirst Appearance of the
Red Cloud Ladies Band
PRICES 30c & 10c
(il'N CLUB NOTli.l
iio Frank Puiuition ..nil Co
yu.u- s ni m; to i(;im Ji'im i .. '
eic.i sua lung 41) out of fiU b kIs, kl
lowed bj tw 40 and a 45 in kes Rod
Jloud a wiiinc. ovo." Wr. y, Coloriu'o,
in thu third Uncle Dud trophy shoot,
says So rct..ry Grant Diumn. colo-
rad Spring will be our ne:;t victims,
Fehruarv 4 ill and wo bono to have a
large gathering of shootc.s. Red
.voud will have to stop some to win
ove.- the Coloivd) club w'tli U huge
metnbeisiiii). Shoot sturts promptly
at ll o'clock.
SAMPLE OF CHINESE 'JUSTICE'
Poaslbly a Little of Thin Might Wako
Up Somo Town Authorities In
It appears that when one has lived
In China for some (line mid studied Its
Institutions the one thought that
strikes hliu Is the fooling of responsi
bility that ier ados oery phase of
Chinese life. This- sense of responsi
bility makes useless the ordinary ex
cuses that weigh with American or
Two men wore gambling In an ob
scure part of one town, In a room hid
den iiway from observation. A dis
pute atiiso over the game; It ended In
u flplil, und one of tlii'in got a fatal
stub. It was 1! o'clock In the morning
iwen the Incident took place. The
elo city was nsloop, nud the tlpao,
tlicYJcinlmun of the ward, and his
flrjuh wore In bod, so that he was en
ttl'o) unaware of what was going on.
lls protestations wore ieceled with a
yieVr and with the reinaik, "Well, you
-Rl?t to have known."
''Bui how could IV" ho nskod.
"fVur mind, now," was the olllclal
Vfisw-or. "that Is jour business. TI1L
(?J Is In your i-haige and you are
the 'let-ponMblo person to look after
Wttli that he was thrown upon his
fhcuiuid a couple of sturdy llctors,
M had been looking at mm wltli
lYfery and expectant eyes, proceeded
administer with their bamboos a
ossein In the art of ruling a ward that
oiild keep him In n recumbent posi
tion for at least a week to come. Ex
change. DANCE IS PART OF CEREMONY
flOfWfllan Wedding Would Not Be
pArhplete Without the Merriment
(7. -That Cuitom Hat Prescribed.
There Is nothing Norwegluns love as
(hey love dancing. At a wedding cele
bration three generations often dance
together, and the bridegroom dauces
with each of bis bachelor friends,
ji'hen he Is lifted high upon their
boulders, and they run and Jump
with hint, over chairs anil stools, upon
.jabk'H and 'cheats, out of windows,
through doors. After thorn run nil the
ilitirrlod men present, except the two"
newly made fatliors-lmluw. 'I lien
tomes a mini but gnod-iiaturod scram
ble, ttnoli side married against un
married Siuht In M'vuro the bride
groom, tin- Benedicts, of course, al
ways winning In the end.
When this Is all oor, the bride
lirooih Mnmlri quietly among the mar
ried men, while the bride "dances oft
her crown." She Is blindfolded, and
iftnr n .llmtv HflM tlio crown from her
'head und places it upon the head of
any maiden she can contrive to reach
and securely crown. The Klrl thus so
lectcd steps Into the center of a ring
formed by the oelobrators. who sing:
"She will be married next ; ho will be
married next." Detroit News.
Fish "Uses Fins as Feet.
A walking IHi Inhabits some of
the small streams or St. Thomas Is
land. The head Is somewhat like that of
the ordinary freshwater sucker, with
a round, full-lipped mouth and no
it eel h. .lu.st buck of the bend, on
either side, Is a lu'ge, well-develo, ed
llu, arniod wlb a strong bony spike.
The IMi use the - tins to crawl or
"elbow" their way out of the water
and to cling to Iiuli'-siiluncrgcd lo'js
and rtlumpM. 'I he name "wuP lit;
llsh" is derived from Ibis faculty of
aotiiully walking or ollmblng out of
I'erhaiis the stmugcst feature of
all Is (he tail, which ! s,ofl and bono.
los, mid comianed almost enlIn-!. o"
u tuoHt ililleato m-toili'l network, toV
It is through the t.ll tlmt this IM,
sooiiioh Its neccs. . r,v Mipplj of oxy
gon while out of the rater, Wbllo 'n
the wad i rosplrolkm takes jit
through the IIIs, as with other 1's'i.
A loirr us the Wh nxrla!ei It' tall
In tl.e water or In oonlnet wiili -;'i
Miml ii. mud It cull rcr.i.ilu out of the
wiitor Iiu'- tlnltel.v.
That Tlrst Impression.
Mrs. Itiirtmi vns pnlng u soc'.il
aftctuoon call on .Mrs, Tuinpleton.
"And what do you think of jour new
neluhlioi-h?" Mrs. IJiiilon hIcimI.
"Well, you know, I huwn'l called on
llieni yet, but, from 'hnl I've ecn of
them, 1 can't nj that r think very
much, Mrs. Toinpleton replied.
".In.bo you shouldn't I'onn tin opin
ion so tionn," Mrs 1'iirtou enlured.
"Oh, yen, I'm perfectly ufo In tlinl,"
Mrs, Toinpleton as aired her. "The
opinion I form of anyone ut tlrst slxht
In usually oorieol. Yes, nia'ain, what I
think when I tlrst seo anyone Is nearly
always what I think later."
Little Mai-Joile was interested In this
last stnlcmcntr and took a hand In the
"O'', nfamnin," shu exclaimed, "what
did you think of me when "you tlrst
aw luuf's-KiuisiiH flit Star
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Buying your Grocery needs here brings
more than q momentary saving. It
brings a saving in health and strength
as well as addd values in energy.
Purity is the watchword of this store.
All the food-stuffs wc handle must be
measured up to our high standard of
quality or they do not reach ourshelves.
P. A. WULLBRANDT
Groceries and Queensware
Bell Phone 29
How Aftout Harness!
1 will meet any catalogue price on hiiytbing In the hainess Hue
Don't lot someone tell you that you can snvu money by tending away
come in and look my f-tck rire.r. I can mveyou fomo money.
Ilrlng In your old ones and get them fixed up mid oiled before Spring
LEE R. WALKER
Harness and Saddlery
Car Load of
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The E. P.
Phone Ind. 3 on 90, Bel 1 74.
Mrs. Ed Amack
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OUR PRICES MEAN (!1
Ind. Phone 12
Residence, Bell 241
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