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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MARCH 15. 1U23
WE ARE SHOWING
NEW SPRING SUIT!
E. O'S ELECT NEW
OFFICERS MONDAY EVENING
in all the
IN LATEST MATERIALS
$25.00 to $35.00
NEW SPRING CAPS
91.SO to $3.00
NEW OXFORDS IN BLACK AND BROWN
JUST RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT NECKWARE
NEW SHAPES 50c to $1.25
"we askTyou to come and let us show you these
goods whether you are ready to buy or not
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
I Tho P. E. O's hell tlrir annual
business meeting sil the It me of
Mrs Ed Piatt n Mom'u; evening
..rd e'ected the fo'bwing i Ulcers:
I Pr.s'dent Ms lieu Mo:' ait
Vice I'lesident Mi . A. E. Doles
Rocoi-ding-Rccietary Mi.-. F. J.
Ccricspondiiig Secretary Mrs. Jas.
T or. mer Mrs. W. H. McUridc
Chaplain Mrs. E. L Grimes
Guar.! Mrs A. 15. Crabill.
DISTRICT COURT TO
CONVENE HERE MONDAY
T. J. Ward Dies
Thomas J. Ward, who far ninny
years resided in this city, died Satur
dny iiiornniK at his home in I' Diversity
Place. He is am vtvod by it son. Dr.
William Wiird of Omaha, and thieo
daughters, Mrs Viola Austin of Mo
CJ.iok, Mis Francos E. Mot 'nil and
Miss Vivian Ward -of Univeisily l'liiee
Mrs. W. F. Foster
Phone Ind. 3 on 90, BeK 1 74.
Residence, Bell 241
Mrs. Ed Amack
RED CLOUD, NEB
A CAR. OF
C. & H. Cane
1 This Price Is 50 Cents Below
The Wholesale Market Price
al.-o have a cai oC genuine lied River Early Ohio and
Irish Cobbler .Seed potatoes in next week. These aie cer
tified seed put up in branded sacks.
AlbO a car of Russet
Table Potatoes axpected by tho first of &
Olerk of the District Couit Clam
McMillan announces that the March
term of district couit, with Honor
able Lewis II Hlscklcdge on the
bench, will convene hereon Monday,
March 19th. The docket this term
comprises some forty three civil
cases and three criminal ones. The
following- is the list of jurors, who
have been summoned:
Alva Stone r
P. H. Boner
M. A. Albright
E. H. Gilbert
W. B. Vance
Elizabeth M. Combs was born May
26, 1857, in Keokuk, Iowa. On Match
1st, 1870, she wns united In matriagc
to Wm F. Foster in Indianapolis. In
diana, anil they moved to Red Cloud
in 1877 und have resided heie every
since with th exception of a fewyeatN
at Franklin. Sho died at Iter home
in tho Second Ward, Fridity afternoon
afte.r a short illness Resides the
husband, one brother residing in Los
Angeles. California, and one Mister te
siding at Greensboro, Indiana, are left
to inouin her demise.
The fuucittl services were held atllie
Methodist eliureh, Sunday afternoon,
Rjv. Cope in charge, after which inter
niunt was taiule in the city cemetery.
Let Us Make That Old Piece of Jewelry Into An
UP-TO-DATE RING, PIN OR BROOCH
E. H. Newhouse
C. B. Steward to
be Field Secretary
f. li Steward of Red Cloud has been
employed as Held secretary for tho
Nebraska FHrnt Hineau Federation to
begn work the lorepart of April.
The Farm liiueau olllciais Iihvo long
felt the need of it contact mini to keep
in closer touch with the county farm
burenUh than has been possible here,
It will be Mr. Steward's job to visit
the counties from time to time tomalce
a survey of conditions and find the
problems. Ho will discuss with .the
members these problems and endeavor
to assist in working out a solution.
Mr. Steward wns bom on an Ohio
farm in 1874, graduated from the Ohio
state university in ICOO. Moved to
Webster county, Nebtnska, in 1007
where he engaged in general farming
and purebred livestock breeding with
his father and continued tho business
after his fathur'n death.
The Shorthorn cattle and Poland
China hogs grown on the Woodburn
stock farm lire known all over south
ern Nebraska for their quality and nre
in demand at strong prices. Most of I
tins btulf will bo sold at a dlspensioti
sale April 4, though a small foundation
herd may be retained f Mr. Steward
can Uud a suitable location right near
Mr. Steward is ptesident of the
Webster County Live Stock Improvers
association. Also president of tho ' ,lt 7:'i0,
Webster County's Quota $600
Mrs. E L. Grimes of Red Cloud has
been appointed suhchalrmau tor Red
Cloud Jn the campaign of the Nebr.
aslfk'Cn'ildron's Home Society- for $10,.
000 with which to erect a receiving
home where homeless children are
kept until good homes and suitable
parents aro found for them.
Mrs L. II. Nash of Cowles is chair,
man for Webster County
Webster County's quota Is ftilltl.
Omaha already has raised its quota of
$'20,000 one-half of the total amount.
"The Nebraska Children's Homo
Society has been doing wondeiful
woik in aiding the poor, homeless un I
fortunate chWiiieu of the state for
mote than thirty years," sitiil Mrs.
Grimes. "The Society takes poor,
homeless unfortunate children into Hs
homo and prepares them for adoption
The children aie given medical atten
tion before placed in homes. Many
are given surgical aid, also. Clothes
are furnished them befoiu and after
they.lcavo the home. The children
are watched by the Society until they
are past '21 yeats of age. Childieu in
poor homes are alho aided by tho
Society and in that way sine them
from being given out for adoption "
The campaign will gt under way
here between Match 15 and April 7.
Everyone who wishes to aid are urged
to get in touch with Mrs. Grimes.
The campaign and the Society have
.been endorsed by the lending business
and civic organizations of the state.
Christian Church Notes
"l have been young, and now I am
old; yet have I not seen tho righteous
forsaken, nor his seed begging bread."
Sundny School 10 a m.
Morning Worship 11 a m.
Christian Endeavor u:30 p. m
Evening Worship 7:110.
Wednesday evening Prayer meeting
Webster County Shorthorn Breeders'
association. He i, a member of the
Webster county agricultural society
also a member of tho reorganized
board of dltectors of the V. S. Grain
Growers. Mr Steward Iihs been very
active in promoting the boys uud girls
club work in his county.
Tho members of the executive, com
tnitteo aro highly elated over tho fact
that they were able to sccnio a man
of Mr. Stcwnru caliber for the lin
portantwmk of establishing a closer
contact with the mcmbeia out in the
Held. - Uedntjhdnys Lincoln Star.
Tho Odd Fellows will worship with
us Sunday evening and wo are glad to
Iho Social circle meets at the Par
sonage, 7tl Cedar Street, on Friday
e are planning to have "Tho Feast
of Lightb" Luster evening.
C. ti. Nelson, Pastor.
Grace Church Notes
C liarity Lodge A. F. & A. M. i8 to
hold u it'gulur meeting Fiiday even
ing. Work in the. Master Mason do
gtee. Visiting brethren welcome.
W. D. Edson, W. M.
Friday, Match lUth. at 1:1
Evening Prayer ami Address.
Fifth sutioay in Lent
Sunday School at 10 a, in.
Morning Service at II a. in,
No Vesper or Evening Service.
Wednesday, Match i!lst. at a p
Evening Prayer and Address.
About six inches of snow
V srrvlco S
SCHAAF & TURNER
FUNERAL HOME '
Bell 80. .
The Four Horsemen of tin; Apocalypse
THE GREATEST PICTURE EVER MADE
With Rudolph Valentino and Alice Terry
WILL I1K SHOWN AT
Red Cloud, Nebraska
MARCH 22 MARCH 2!) MARCH 21
FIRST SHOW IJEGINS 7:31)
SHOWING OTHER PLAGES AT $1.00 TO $1.00
AT RED CLOUD 40c AND TAX 20c AND TAX
MATINEE :i P. M. SATURDAY 30c 15c NO ORCHESTPA
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one. Thrift and saving is
something that has been neglected.
Wo kindly invite you to lake advantage of this sav
ings idea and make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and wo are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
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