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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1923)
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. CHIEF
S K K ii S K Si K (.1 K K K a K
ftS TOLD TO US k
Satin day is St. Patrick's day.
V. 0. Hamilton wn in Lincoln the
first part of the week.
K. K. SlttWfon spent
here visiting his fi.mil y.
vk'cil Uarrctt was a pnssongci'
Hastings Monday morning.
1. K. Uurrass was a passenger
(tiiide Kock Kriday morning.
Arthur G'r'iert was
to Hastings Thursday
Tad Saunders of Camifcll wr.
the city Uic first of the week.
Hudc Robertson was down from
Blue Hill Wednesday afternoon.
Frank Mcintosh went to Hastings
Friday morning to .spend the day.
Hloom returned to Hast'ngs
morning to spend the day.
.Miss Myrtle McConkey went to
Kansas Citv Sunday morning on N'o.
Mrs. Howard Foe went to Hast
ings Friday morning to spend the
Will Kent returned
ofthc -week from St.
home the ln.t
I. T. Amack has resigned, his posi
tion with the Mrs. Ed Amack Mor
Bert Anderson went
Tuesday morning for
a few days
John Weesner of Esbon purchased
a Studebaker car of Oglcvic Bros.
W. A. Maynard returned home
Wednesday evening from Council
Miss Florence Ehly was a passen
ger to Gu'de Rock Tuesday morning
on No. 16.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Beck autoed
to Hastings Monday morning to
spend the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Tlieo Williams were
passengers to MuCook Tuesday
morning on No. 15.
One car load of hogs and one load
of cattle were shipped from here to
Kansas City Tuesday morning.
Childress returned to Re
Monday mornfng on train
spending Sunday here.
Hlmer Crone of Ohcvennc, Wyom
ing, is in th city vis'ting his s'.stcr,
Mrs. Frank Peterson and family.
George E. May of Reynolds and
Rose Schaefer of Hubbell were mir
ried by Judge Ranney Tuesday.
Deputy U. S. .Marshal Fied Mande
ville was in the city Friday evening
between trains while enroute west.
John Aubushon went to
Tuesday morning to sM'nd
days attending to busines.;
Mrs. H. R. Child res i went to Blue
Hill Wednesday morning to spend
the day visiting with her parent's
and with friends.
.Mrs. Norton Stewanij went to
Campbell Thuteduy morning on train
4 for a few days visit with her par
ents and with friends.
Miss Marjorie Stunkard under
went an operation for appendicitis
the first of the week and is getting
along fine at this writing.
Miss May Hufi'er lclurnod home
Tuesday morning on train 16 alter
an extended visit in Loveland, Colo.,
at the home of her sister.
I am rendy at nil Uiiips to nutlet any
loan desired at the vry lowest rate of
interest, bust option and least expanse
No examiner Is MMit in to decide
whether the loan shall be made I de
cide that inysolf mill save you that
expense. I inn sole agent for Trevott,
Mnttls .V BaUer. iv company thai bus
been doing business in the county for
." yeiwh, nitd never lias withdrawn
from biibinessi single day during that
time. No otuVr company oan Miy ur
much. Other companies get scared
and quit business Not ho Trevttt,
Mnttls & linker. Patrot'i.o a company
that him always 'bud oonlldenVe in
Webster county. J. li. Hailcty.
Suy Your PIANO a Safe Way
lil u flu.' ton a I'Umi n "llf n limn!" '
' .hi , fix-won Hli.vlt uurjt ,m nt.'urlni
lnlkM I'lii'lil l.iiiila trip unnntiarr
Wrlio fur catties ml ilcUlli of. Un. Vxtt
A. HOSPE CO.,
ISI3 Ocugt-i Stmt Omihi, Nlbrtlki
Mrs. .. V. Set-lulls', of McCoolt is visit
intf relative in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mcinte went
to Blue Hill Sunday morning to
the day visiting with lela-
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pcu'e
down from Hastings Thur.xlay
noon to spend the evening
Attorney K. G,
Caldwell went to
morning to spend
attending to legal bus'nes.-
Several of the Masonic brethren
of this city attended the Dc Molay
initiation at Hastings Wednesday
Mrs. (Jhns. Mennick and Mrs. Win.
Hayes went to Rivcrton Monday
morning on No. 15 to spend the day
visiting with friends.
Wm. Fisher and daughters, Meryle
and Ethel went to Wymore Saturday
morning to spend a couple of days
visiting with relatives.
Fred A. Hearting of Guide Kock
and Anna E. Leetsch of Iiluc Hill
were granted a marriage license by
Judge Ranney Monday.
Smith Bros. & Copley have
busy rearranging their garage
have moved the office into the
formerly used as R salesroom.
Mrs. Phillip Quails left for Mys
tic, South Dakota, Sunday evening
where she will spend a couple of
weeks visiting with relatives.
The Aniboy Mills shipped one car
load of hogs to the Kansas City mar
ket Tuesday morning. No ship
ments were made from here.
'Nate Piatt returned to his home
at Hastings Friday morning after a
short visit here w'th relatives and
attending to business matters.
Arthur Gilbert returned home Mon
day evening after spending the past
few days in Hastings and Lincoln
attending to business matters.
Mrs. C. B. Crone went to Hastings
Monday morning after a few (-ays
spent here visiting with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Frank Peterson and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kaley returned
heme Friday evening from Omaha
whete they had been spending the
past few days visiting with friends.
Mrs. llarbira Pharos returned
home Tuesday evening from Omaha
where she has been for the past
ten days attending to business mat
Joe Crow of Republican City, who
had a shipment of cr.ttle on the
Kansas City market, strpped oft' In
the city Wedne-dav while enroute
Bernard Burden returned to his
home at Wilcox Monday morning af
ter spending :i couple of days heie
visiting with his mother, Mrs. .las.
Mrs. A. E. Harris went to Man
znnola, Colo., Monday evening on
train 17 she being called there by the
death of her neice, .Margaret Mc
Ciirtncy. Mr. and Mrs. W. Hale returned to
their home in Boston,-Mass., Mon
day morning after spending a low-
days hero visiting with his brothoi.
Mgr. Linn of the auditorium hits
billed two big toad shows for next
month. Mr. and Mis. Jiggs will bo
hero April Vi iiud Bringing I p Father
Mrs. Heib Ludlow and daughter,
Esther, went to Guide Rock Thurs
day morning to spend the day visit
ing at the home cf Mr. and Mr.
Sunday school at In u. in.
Morning Servicii II a. in. Subject:
"Waiting at the Church " '
Evening service, ul 1:'M. Subject:-
"The Prophet io Revelation of God."
General Prayer Mooting of the
uliuroh on Wednesday evening at 7!l(
Conlinl.iiivltatloti to all services.
I, W. Edsou, Pastor.
(Jias. Winn arrived here Monday
.norning on N'o. 1 1 from Wray, where
he has been -pending the past row
weeks, fir i isil with b'.s parents
and v ilh friends.
M ss Dora Ci.rter returned to her
heme '.t HlrJr Wednesday morning
at'tc" spending the past couple of
week-' visiting with her sister Mrs.
W. J. Lippincott.
Mrs. J. W. Auhl and children, torn
and V'rginin, returned home Sunday
mo. ning on train 1(5 from Denver
where they have been spending the
past couple of days.
Mis lllizabeth Foe arrived here
the latter part of last week from
Lincoln for a few weeks v'tdt at the
homo of her son, County Attorney
Howard Foe nd with friends.
Mr. i.nd Mrs. Andrew Saladen
came in on No. M Sunday morning
from Alma to spend the day visiting
at the home of his brother, T. .1.
Saladen and with other relatives.
Robeit Hoxsey arrived here Sat
urday evening on No. 11 for n short
visit with his parents Dr. und Mrs.
R. P. Hoxsey. returning to his work
in Hastings Sundav evening via
.Mrs. .lame Tanquary arrived here
Saturday morning on No. 16 from
her home in Republican for a couple
of days vis't with her mother, Mrs.
Herb Ludlow and with other rein
"The ungest leading lady on the
screen," is the title that has been given
to the charming "movie" star, Luclllo
Rlcksen. When sho was four years
old she was acting in pictures; she ia
only twelve now, thus she has been on
the screen the past eight years.
Lucille has a wealth of blonde hair
and big brown eyes. Sh possesses a
good singing voice and frequently
makes personal .appearances In Los
Angeles. She lives with her mother
and brother in Culver City, Calif.
GIVES UP BABY!
Omaha.-A mother Just a slip of
a Bill- carrying a poorly dressed baby,
walked ltl blocks today from her room
In a cheap roomlm; house to campaign
headquarters of the Nebraska Child
ren's Home Society "to give up her
"I love my baby as much as any
mother," she snld, "but my husband
died and I can't give her the right
kind of a home. Won't you please
tlnd a good home for her?"
It. It. Balls, secretary of the society,
has fiirnlshcil aid for the child and
mother until a iiilahlc home Is found.
"This Is a frequent occurrence In
our otlice," said Mr. Ralls, "in many
cases we make arrangements so the
mother can keep the child. If this
Is not possible we take the child to
our receMng home mid care for it
until good foster parents can be
Preparations aie now being made
to carry on a campaign for $ 10.0(H)
with which to build a new receMng
The campaign in this county will
be launched Muich 1.1.
"The present receiving home is In
adcipmte," said Dr. Max Kmuicrt,
chairman of the campaign committee
"Unless a new home is constrm ted
some activities of the society wlil
have to be curtailed. This would be
n real tragedy."
A LINE 0' CHEER
By John Kontlrick Uangs.
UA'I Mint tniHt n tnair than
not, r '
K.icJr dark mihIi Urn all foigut.
Anrl If It l? that ill my trout
Hath Bono tnl.j tinvvnitliv ililHt,
I'll still !' Kind 1 trusted It id
Thouali my low.ml by tamest
Since I'll liiie ilmie my IphI to
And 1'iovi what maun ho holds
(3 l .Mrf ure N'Mir Snilcitt-,')
Helen Mitchell Becomes
Bride of Glen Foe
A chiirmliig home wedding took place
last evening at the home of Dr. and
Mis. A R Mitchell, ItlOt! L street,
when their daughter. Ilelene, became
thelnideof (lieu Foe. The guosts
who numbered nearly 150 wore old
family friends and young friends tit
the bride and groom.
The end of the long living room was
set ceiled by a gold and jeweled hanging
at the side of which stood tall Irouo
rnziors llilcd with ascension lilliui. At
both sides of the room pine covered
gold I ut I ices completed the backgi omul.
Fin tiling a screen in trout like a
chancel mil cathedral canities ill lull
gold candlesticks gave the only light
lit the mom. An aisle of white ped
estals fostooned with whiiu satin
ouidsoovcicd with sniilax was formed
from the stairs through the living
room, down which the bridal pr ccs.
slim pnsHcd to the music of Lohen
grin's wedding march played by Mrs
Ljini Lloyd which bad been preceded
by "My Beloved Bpako" from (lounods
"Song of Solomon" sung by Madame
(Jilderoy Scott. Mrs. Uertrudu Culbort
sou Bell was at the piano and the
violin obliguto was played by Surah
Miss Dorothy Raymond entered first
In a lovely beadod gown of yellow and
gold. Her boquct was of Ophelia
iosos. Sho was followed by the bride
on the mm of her father. Miss Mitch
oil s drctscri in a gown of brocaded
orepe niHilo with Greek simplicity, but
trimmed with a girdle of pearl, crystal
and blue. The bcaddrets was a high
Russian coronet of peat Is from which
bung a straight lace veil. She carried
a shower lioquct of lilies of the valley.
Ah the procession moved up the aisle
it was met At the altar by the olllciat
Irig clergyman, the Reverend Mr. Bates
of Red Cloud, the groom and tho best
man, Harry Ilubbel of Lincoln. The
Episcopal ring service was used. Dur
ing tho ceremony Mrs. Lloyd played
Grieg's Nocturne in C.
In the receiving lino with Mr. and
Mrs. Foe during the reception which
immediately followed tho ceremony
were Dr. and Mrs. Mitchell, Miss Ray
mond, Mr. Uubbell and tho bride's
uifcle, Maurice Dentsch. The bride's
mother wore grey crepe romalnc with
silver luce and bandings. Mrs. A. S
Raymond. Mrs. W C. Wilson and Miss
Marie Kuhn assisted in the living
room. Mrs. Maurice Dcutsch aud Mis.
I.E. Gavin wire in uharge of the
dining loom where a two course, sup.
perwns served. Mrs. Arthur Ray
mood and Mrs. Victor Kriuise presided
at the table dm lug the first hour and
for tho second hour their places were
taken by Mrs Charles Wilson and Mrs
Charles Roberts. They woih assisted
by Mrs Helen Avery and the Misses
Alma Herminghaiis, Dorothy Brown,
Maigarot Wattles, Barbara ipgii.
born, Isabelle F.vans, Lot mine Me.
Creary and Louise Waltbers. A large
bowl of Jonquils, lavender tulips and
lavender hyiichliiihs graced the center
of the supper table which was lighten
ed in yellow tapeis in beautiful old.
fashioned candlesticks. Mrs. Harvey
Unthbone anil Mrs. F. B Baylor were
in charge of the gift room
Mr. and Mis Foe will live In "Lin
cdli where Mi. Foe is piactlclng law,
being a member of the firm of Ander
son t Foe. Mis. Foe will continue
her work as an interior decorator
They have taken an apartment in the
Mr and Mr.'. Fob me both griidu
ales of the university. Mis. Foe is a
uiftnberof Delta limiima sorority mid
Mr. Foe or Acacia tiateinity. Friday's
Kijpt. M. F. Macl.aren of the Mi
Cook Division of the Burlington
spent a short time in this city Sat
urday making an inspection '' Bur
lington property going to Hastlmrs
on No. I.
BILL BOOSTER SAYS
VUOM STOP'. OOWX SEViO
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VTS QEEY4 WOR.KUG PAtTHPUL
EMERM DAM, PANtMG UVS,
OHWiCi CV.OTUES FOR nHE
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PANtWG -VHE. PiEVVC. BOMtVlG
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OUR. EACWRS'. V4ECAV4T
get auowg vjvtuou-r XUW
OUO FAV1VSPOL OOCV.PsR
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OUR PRICES MEAN
Buying your Grocery needs here brings
more than a momentary saving. It
brings a saving in health and strength
as well as added values in energy.
Purity is the watchword of this store.
All the food-stuffs we handle must be
measured up to our high standard of
quality or they do not reach our shelves.
P. A. WULLBRANDT
Groceries and Queensware
HATS & CAPS
See our Display in our South Window.
New Stetson Blocks in the Nw Spring Shades.
WE HAVE ALSO RECEIVED MANY NEW
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
SE THE NEW SPORTS
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Co.
immviF"mt xVj-Tcfw ""
New arrivals of
Poircl twill, camel's hair
effects, plaid coalings, Bolivia
and Velours, in beautiful
$8.50 to $55.00
These come in dressy
styles including blouscd, wrap,
straight coats and smart capes,
as well as sports styles.
n Spring mS&wMiv
Pigs, calves, colt3, lambs coming along. Make tho most
of them. Keep them healthy, their stomachs full.
Dr. Hess Stock Tonic
will rIvo them tool upiietitea anil uuml illirwtlon, .xi tlio worms away
ami uuard tlicm uyuinat dlscaae.
U'rt a nreat npi Ins-time tonic for motliem, tuu. Cown rved It tor It.t
system tonlnc. bowel cleanlni:. tippetlr.ini: cllwts. Jlrooil Sown nro iv
Iluved of constlimtiou and conditioned for farrowlnir. Uxcellent for Mart
In foal and Uwca a,t lamtlnc time.
CHAS. L. COTTING, The Druggist
TtU us liou) ipueh alack you
sis.aa - sjaua - a - a;.
have. We have a pacUago to suit.
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