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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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AS TOLD TO US
Hoy llust is in Denver this week.
I. inn went to Ouittha tliis
.1. K. Morris of Kivcrton was in the
was clown from Inavale
Isadorc Johnson is
driving a new
Hay Oglevie was
last of the -week.
in Holdrcgc the
Carl Fausch of Guide Kock was
W. G. Hamilton was in Lincoln the
first of the week.
I .r huh- or Kent the Mrs A. A. Pope
pioperty. 15 W. Hutchison
Mr. Frank Foltz went to McCook
Sunday m rning on No. 15 to spcnll
a few das there visiting w'th rela
Jas. Hubatka was down fioni Bla
den Saturday He sta(s that the
wheat around here look much bettor
than it does at Hladon.
KfV. Nelson left on Tuesday mum.
itiK for Orouoque, Kansas, where he is
conducting 10 dayB evangelistic services.
The 1. 0. 0. F. lodge of th's city
are planning on i.bscrvlng the anni
versary of this order the last of the
Me-srs Kd and Glen Fearn have
moved into the residence recently
vacated by Mr. and Mr.c John Au-hushon."
Karl Patton. wlio is attending the
State Normal at Kearney, is here
spending a few days visiting with his
Smith Bi-o34,& Copley unloaded a
car of Fords Saturday.
Dell Kiohnrdsou Is reported its being
ill with pneumonia fever.
Bert Anderson returned home Men
day evening from Lincoln.
S. It. Flornnee departed Monday
Washington to 'visit his father.
Mrs. J. M. Fuss was a passenger
to B'ul City, Kansas, Tuesday morning.
Rev. S. Hardman and J. M. Bates
r' were passengers to Hastings Monday
Mrs. Ida Springer was a passenger
to Denver, Colorado, Monday morning
on No. 15.
Christopher W. Secman of Blue Hill
and Augusta K. Kuehans of 'Guide
Rock were granted a marriage license
Dr. Warrick, the specialist, will see
patients and those i ceding glasses at
Dr. DhiuchiIIn Saturday, April 14.
Hours 2 to (5
Cecil Barrett was a passenger to
Hastings Tuesdav morning where he
spent the ih y attending to business
matters returning home that evening.
H. R. Children returned to his
work on the Republican Ohcrlin pas
senger run Monday after spending
Sundi y here visiting with his family.
Jianker D. -C. Hendeion, who re
cently underwent an operation at
Chicago, returned to this city Sunday
and is able to be at his duties in the
State Bank part of time. His many
friends are glad to see him back.
Miss Helen Albright returned to
Lincoln Saturday morning after spend
ing the spring vacation here with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Albright.
P. M. Whitehead was a passenger
to Culbcrtson Saturday morning on
No. 15 after spending a couple .of
days here attending to business matters.
three trains fiom here, this figure in
cluding four cars loaded at this po'nt.
A lady asked us how
much Furniture ami so
we sold so
W! If? 'n
Its Knsy Wo have a wonderful big
stock and VV12 SKLL FOB LIJSS, A
look will convince you. Johnson ,v
Graham Furniture Co. Red Cloud, Nobr.
Woikmen have been busy for the
past two weeks remodeling the interi-
ot or the llenrv Kolbet lunch loom
and from all appearances this estab
lishment promises to be one of the up-io-the
minute eating places of the
city, when the work is completed.
How aid Frisbie went to Hardy
ThurMluj, morning on No. 10 after
spending the past few days here visit
ing witli his patents. He intends
spend'ng a couple of days visiting
with friends before going to Lincoln
to resume his studies in the University
FOB SALK Cabbage, Tomato
Ouion Plants, r.00 T.'.c; l.ooo 03o:
lots T.'.e per 1,000 Khibcy Plant
Attorney Bernard McNony went to
Lincoln Wednesday morning to spend
a couple of days attending to legal
11. C. Leslie went to Hubbell Friday
morning on No. 16 after spending
the past few days here attending to
Fred Mandeville, deputy United
.States Marshal, was in the city Mon
J. A. McAitlvur spent Satmday with
his sister, Mrs. S. M. Carl, at Long
Verne Butler went to Hastings Sat
urday where he lias accepted a pac
tion in a cafe.
Miss Anna Slabb went to Hubbell
Wednesday morning on No. 1G for a
visit with friend. .
Miss Edith Zeiss arrived here from
Inavale Saturday morning to spend a
couple of days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Chris Zeiss.
Mrs. Mary Abel went to Hebron
Thursday morning where she will
spend a c&uplc of weeks visitinn at
the home' of her daughter.
Miss Gertrude Wullbmndt left for
Kffington, Illinois, Monday morning
no train 16 where she will spend a
couple of weeks visiting with relatives.
Miss Pauline Gcllatly went to Lin
coln Monday morning after spending
the past couple ol weeks here visiting
with her brother, II. C. Gellatly and
Mrs. Mountford lias moved into
the Longton property which she pul
chused some time ago ami was re
cently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Alf,
The Central Nebraska Trap Shoot
tors League will hold their first shoot'
at Kearney next Sunday. The mem
bers of the Red Cloud Club are plan
ning on attending it.
Kiln a Kli.abeth, the 1(1 months old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roily Brooks
residing In Catbertou precinct, passed
a way Saturday morning at their nome.
Tlit funeral services were held Sunday
afternoon at the home after which in
terment was made in the Payne cemetery.
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 o!
quality or they do not reach our shelves.
P. A. WULLBRANDT
Groceries and Qucensware
Tuesday the trial of Fred Allen,
of ltosemont, vlio It is alleged stole an
automobile tiro from the carbolonglng
to Fred Lamptniin on January 'Jlith,
whs hold before .Indue Runnoy. The
defendant was found KiiHty, lined $-5
mid costs iiml appealed his ease to the
W. J. Linn, mnnugcr of the Bcssc
Auditorium, received a telegram from
New York City, Monday morning
stating that the show "Bringing Up
Father" which was advertised for
April 18th here had been cancelled
owing to the train connections be
tween Red Cloud and Concordia, Kansas.
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Joe Crow was down from Republi
rr.nn City Wednesday attending Ste
ward's cattle sale.
Miss Jane Peterson went to Hast
ings Satuiday morning to impend the
day with relatives.
Carl Allen has accepted a position
with the Mountford Bros., as a paint
er and paper hancer.
.Mis. P. Nelson of McCook is hero
visting for a few dt.y.s at the home
of her son Ray Nelson.
Henry Fauseh went to Cambridge
this morning to ntteud the SIkiIIcii-lierger-Aiulrew"'
Mrs. N B. Bush and Mrs
Mi-Biidc returned home from
Friday m ruing on No. in.
Rudyard was a ).a.-enger to llauly
Saturday morning lie g"ing there to
spend the day with friends.
Miss Chrstinc Caldwell is here
from Kearney, where she is attending
the State Normal, for a Tew days visit
with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Louise Ketchum came in on
No. 16 Saturday from Frankl n where
.she had been spending the past few
days visiting with friends.
Misses Helen and Katheline Robin
son went to Lincoln Sunday morning
after spending the spring vacation
here with their sisters, Mrs. Oliver
Powell and Mis Lucille.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Malonc arrived
here from Hastings Thursday after
noon to spend a few days visiting with'
their dauehter. Mrs. H. C. GellatlV
and family and with friends.'
Exceptional opportunity to repre
sent a large wholesale grocer, es.
tablished since 188.'!. Nationally adver
tised products many satisfied custom
ers lorge earning possibilities. Pro.
teet your future ask about our pro.
position at once State ago and full
details. John Sexton .v Co , Chicago, III
Waller Bros, held their sale cf
Hamp hire hog.-- at the S.-.le Pavilion
Friday afternoon. The entire sale
amounted to .$:!! ie. head.
One curl or d of hogs vcrc shipped
from here Tue day morning to Kan
sas City, one carl ad of hugs to St. Jou
and one cai of cattle to St. Joe.
Mr.-. J. C. Wagoner relumed to her
home at McCook after spending the
past couple of weeks here at the home
of her daughter, Mr-.. G. Schult::.
Mrs. W. A. Kent wnt to Guide
Rjck ThuiMLy morning on No. 10
to spend the day vi it'ng with friends.
Miss Anne Ranncy returned to Hast
ings Monday morning to resume her
duties in the city schools there after
spending the past few days visiting
with her parents, Judge and Mrs.
A. 13. Rannev and with friends.
Mrs. Ray Fountain and children re
turned to their home near Riverton
Saturday evening on No 17 after ;
few days soent here visting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Fountain.
Mrs. Hart went to Centerviite,
South Dakota, Thursday niornnj,
after spending the pa.-t couple '
weeks here vi.iting at the home of
Kd Dick.M.n and with other relative1?.
Argus sub cr'pti u contest
aaiuni'iv evening aim miss i
Lnuiv McTaggart tf f'uwlcs won
i roni car.
Miss Ethel Hilton went t.. Haidy
Thursday morning on No. 16 after a
short vis't here with friends.
Congressman A. C. Shallenbeigei
of Alma was in the city Wednesday
attending Steward's cattle sale.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Provost have
returned to this c'ty and he has fiken
a position with the Howe Cafe,
William P.. Newbold and Mildred M
Buoy, both of Riverton, were married
by Judge Ranncy lat Thursday.
G. Ohmstede, of Redlanii-, Cali
fornia, who is visiting relative-, at
Guide Rock, vn in the citv Satin dio
I am ready at all times to make am
loan desired at the very lowtst into ol
interest, best option and lesst evpttiise
No examiner is -out in to decide
whether tbo loan shall be made I lc
elde that myself and save you that
expense. I am sole agent foi Trewtt.
Mattis A. linker, a company that hits
been doing business in the county foi
'Jo yeins, and never bus withdrawn
from business a single day during thai
time. No other company can sny ns
much. Other companies get sen d
and quit business. Not so Truvttt,
Mattis A: linker. Ptttrouizo a compuuy
that tins always had conlldenco in
WebsteV county. ' '.1. II. Bailey.
i Ford car.
lilli i i i i : i i i i ,7 WJ$W '
Mrs. Geoige llines relumed to nor
home at Wymote Tuesday moining
on train 16 after spending the past
few days visiting with tier parents,
Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Ailcs and with
Miss Mildred Poln'cky returned to
Lincoln Monday morning to resume
her studies in the University after
spending the pat week here visit'ng
at the home of her brother, Eniil
Miss Verna Trine was a pas.-enger
to Lincoln Sunday morning. She has
been spending the spring vacation
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Tr ne and returned to Lincoln t re
s'une her studies.
Floyd Rnberson was up from Red
Red Cloud, Friday greeting friends of
tho olden times, iln contemplates
going .south to live has in mind
Rogeis. Arkansas as a probable lo
cation, having lived for some time at
a past date in northern Arkansas-in
the Oitiirlc playground region. The
Robei-Mins were early settlers south of
McCook. M crook Tribune.
FARM 1UJKGAU NOTES
(By C'H.nty Extension Agent II. R.
Livestock Clubs were organized
this week a-, follows: Eckley Live
stock Club organized with seven
members. M. L. Vohland, local lead-
ier, Spencer Vance, president. Albert
Vance, vice "eiident, Karl Portinter.
i Lie Stock Boosters Clul) oiganized
with twelve members. J. II. Kellogg,
local leader, Robert Oveiing, pres
cient, Oscar Ramey, vice-president,
Cecil Means, secretary-treasurer.
Guide Rock Community Live Stock
Club organized with ten members.
Garrett Ohmstede, local leader, Karl
Woodward, president, Lorimer Edsou,
vice president, Allen Vaughn, secre
All of the members but two using
Sow anil Litter. Quite a few of those
uing Sow and Litter have Cahes
and two have enrolled with sheep.
The Clubs will accept additional
members during April. Any boy or
girl who was not i.ble to attend should
hee the officers of the Club neatest
BILL BOOSTER SAYS
M'ss Elsie Gather relumed to her
chool woik at Line ln Sunday morn
ing on train 16 n't pi- spending the
spring vacation here visiting with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. father
: nd with other relatives.
makes a beautiful,
Grained Effect over
unsightly soft wood
floors, furniture and
and outwear3 most
Mr. and Mrs, Ellery Hooper and
lab returned tj their homo at Su
penor Sunday morning, where ho is
woiking as electrir'au at the cement
'pi. nt, after spending the past few
das here vliting r.t the home of Mis.
t'hua Snvtli and with friends.
! Mrs. Elizabeth Foe was a passenger
t Lincoln Tue day morn'ng wlu'iv
the will spend a slant time (siting
i.-t the home of her son.. Glen. From
.there she goes to Lexington, for t.
'coi pie of weeks vi.t with her father.
C. kiCotting, Druggist
One hundred and s'xfy four carloads
of J. ck passed through hero, Sunduy
imcining for the Kansas City and St.
Joe markets. They wore handled In
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THIS IS THE WEEK TO BUY HATS
SEE DISPLAY IN SOUTH WINDOW
NEW SHADES MEW BLOCKS'
$2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $3.75
$4.00 $4.50 $5.00
ALSO SHOWING NEW LINE
m YOUNG MENS SPORT SUITS
$18.5(1 TO $37.50
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Co.
SATURDAY, APRIL 7
That Easy Goin' Jazz
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