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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, OHIEP
AS TOLD TO US
George .chanf spent Sunday rt Har
I'ur Sale 01 Kent the Mis A A Pope
JUipi'lt.- (! U. IllttOlli-OII
Coifnic Starke is driving
SheiifY Waller wis in Down, Kan
Q. K. McC'run was down from Ina
vale Tuesday morning.
Win, Crabill went lo Hastinpr.s Mon
day morning to spend the day.
Hev. J. M. l'r.tes icturned home
from Huntings Ftiday evening on Xo.
Mr. and Mr. John Lauber and chil
ihen spent Sunday with relatives at
Chiis. Walter, Ned Sutton and Hnr
cy Hartman were in Kearney Wednesday.
Don Fulton ariived in the city Fii
day to visit his sister, Mrs. Kml Hall
Will Frisbic went to Illue Hill
Tuesday moniing lo spend a few (lays
with hi daughter.
Robert Hoxsey spent Sunday heie
with his parents, lelurning to Hast
ings that afternoon.
Mr VYiuriek, the H'ciiilit, will bee
putieiits inn) tho-e t eedlng glasses ni
Dr. OmtieinlN, Mit,unltt, Apt il 11
Hours '1 to il
1'OU SALK Cabbage, Tmimto anil
Onion Plants. :00 7rc; 1,000 'J."ie: :..0U0
lots T.'n! per 1,000 - Klnsey Plant Co.,
Edgar Harrington went lo Cowles
Monday morning on Xo. 1 wheie he
spent the th y visiting with his parents
and with fi lends.
Miss Huth Ovcring went to Cowles
Satin day moniing on tram ! to spend
the day visiting at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. (ius Fuller.
Harry .1. Zurmiller, of Lebanon,
Kansas, and Miss Ftancis L. Hat lis,
of Guide Rock, weic gi anted ;. mar
riagc license Tuesday.
Mrs Mom oo Micnte went to llluc
Hill Tiicdny moniing to spend the
day with l datives, returning home
that evening on Xo. 11.
Mr. Anderson of the Anderson A:
Shroder Camhal Co., of Lebanon,
Kansas, was visiting ft Sends in the
city the last of the week.
Prod Temple of Kansas City arrived
in the city this morning to spend
Hurry (Milium of llolstein Is spend
ing the week hero visiting his parents
Mr. and Mm. ) S. (illhiini
We lit. now prepiuod to give reason
able terms on both Now and Used Cms
payable monthly or in a lump sum.
Ogle vie Bros
Lust WcdntSiliiy a den I w.is o nnplet
ed whereby Fied Heiideison purchased
the inteieitof tils partner, L II. Ehly,
in the Palneu Ibthery. Mr P.hly will
eoiitiniie to do the baking
C C. McConkcy leturned to the
old Soldiers' Home at Grand Island
Thursday moining after pending the
past couple of weeks heie visiting
with his daughter, Mrs. Rich Lippin-colt.
Mrs. Alice Smith icturned to Hhd
City, Kansas, Tuesday morning on Xo.
15 after spending the past couple of
weeks here visiting at the home of
her sister, Mis. Grant and witli
Mrs. Leo Elliott drove over fiom
Downs, Kansas, Thursday afternoon
to take tiain 17 fiom heie to her home
in Toriington, Wyoming.
T. C. Swartz has been spending the
past few days in Kansas City attend
ing to business matters.
County Clerk B. F. Peny is driving
a new Chevrolet car, which he pur
chased of Oglevie Bros.
Mr. and Mrs W L. Hayden of Bloom
ington were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs Lee Walker Sunday.
Mrs. John Reingnns went to Blue
Hill Tuesday morning to spend the
ony visiting with l datives.
Cecil Bariett went to Supeiior Weil
nesday morning to spend the day at
tending to business matters.
Mr. and Mis. Stanscr Amack left
for Seldcn, Kansas, Wednesday, vii
auto, they intending to make their
future home near that place.
Mrs. Sam Mountford was a passen
ger to Hastings Saturday morning
wheie she spent the day visiting, le
turning home that evening.
Mr.s. Flora Ethcrton and childien
left for Angiola, California, Tuesday
evening on train 17, where she will
spend a few weeks with her .son.
Rev. S. Haidman returned homo Fri
day evening alter spending the past
couple of di.ys in Hastings.
W. H. Fi her went to Wymore Wed
nesday moniing to spend the day at
tending to business matters
E. It. Wiggins went to Kuns: City
Sunday morning to spend a few days
attending to businc s matters.
Mrs. Bernard McXcny went to Lin
coln Wednesd'iv moin'ng to spend a
few Javs theie i.-Hing witli l datives
Wm. Hart is went to Hastings S:i:
juday moniing to .pond the day vis't
ing with fiiends, reluming home that
Roadnustcr P Tiaut went to Hast
ings Tuesday morning to spend the
day, leturniug home on Xo. 11 that
The load show Mr. and Mrs. Jiggs
which was ndvcitised last week to
play at the Hesse Auditoiium tonight
has been cancelled states Mr. Linn.
The first shoot of the Cential Xe
biaska Traji Shooters League was
held at Kearney Sundav. One bun
dled and ninety shotters participated
and the Red Cloud Club took fourth
Engineer I lusted arrived here Wed
nesday moining from McCook to lake
the Hastings passenger, Engineer
Pettis, who has been on this run for
the past couple of months going to
While going home Friday night Geo.
McKinney and Tom Mackcy had an
auto accident two miles northwest of
this city. The 'ear turned turtle,
George had three ribs bioV.cn and Tom
received a badly lacciated car.
Report of the Condition
ok i-1 1 v:
Bank of in a vale
of inavnlc Charter No. 71)5 In I lie State
of nr.nmskn nt the close, or business
Wurcli 28, 1923,
l.onnn ntul DlnroiititH
IIOIIlU, Kl'I'lltltllK.JlUtKllll'lltM, rliiliim
etc., lnenullny nil cuvcrnuu'iit
llnnkliiK liouu'. (urnUuro.t ttxturifl
Current cxiu'Iiich, Mxch uiul
Due (rniiiiintlonnl nml Ktato
tloltl coin 70.UO
nllxtr iilckilnniuU'ciitH 7'ilii i:t.!2r0 72
I "till JIWi.f)70ti7
UII'ltillMlH'k nl(llll... t 10,000.00
Surplus (uinl .. . UI.CKXUW
riuilMilul prolltH.. . Willi. 1 7
lllllll III tint itcpOKltHNIltlJlCt
toihwW .. 78.(10.71
Tliuciirtlllcntesodlopoiilt :m,UU.Cfi UA,.V2.30
HlllHinnlilo ... 17,fi00.00
ni'potitiir'H Kimranty luml . . fiM.it
Total . . I lUi,0T0.7
County of Wobntpr f""
l,J. 1!. McCrnry I'nnlitcrorthcntxnonnm
ctl lunik, do hereby nwcnr that tho nbovo
RtattttU'iit Is a correct nud true copy o( the
report tnmte lo tlicHtnte linukliiR Iioaril.
CI. It. McCKAUY,
C'lutlcH Hunter, Director.
A I (red McCnll, Director.
.SuliKcrlbed mid sworu to bctoru me thU
lOtlidav ol April l!)t.
C. M. Sherwood,
(s'mli. Notary I'ublti-
Pete Arnold icturned home Fiiday
evening on Xo. 11 fiom Omaha wheie
he has been .spending the past couple
of weeks attending to business matters.
Theie has been considerable thiev
ing committed lately here by small
boys and we believe it could be stop
ped if the patents would wield trie
roil moi e often.
Gene Push arrived homo Monday
evening on Xo. 11 fiom lloldiege,
wheie he has been woiking a-t opera
tor lor the lUnlington for tho past
couple of weeks.
Newton W. Gaines, n Community
Welfare Leoturer, will speak nt the
home of Mr. end Mrs George Coon
next Tuobtlny evening at 8 o'clock. A
cafeteria supper will be ocrved The
public is uordlully invited. The speak
er comes under the auspices of the
Red Cloud Community Club.
It Iihs been suit) that the good roads
ami automobiles have hurt small town
busiui'hs. It litis helped us People
buy in small towns it tboy know 'hey
nre btiiiiK for less money. That is
why vou Sfe our tiuek lo-uled with
furniture, taking it some plnco tunny
miles nuny. Johnson &(iinhiim Furni
ture Co . Red Cloiitl, Xebr
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
Dae Hell letuined home from Fiec
i'.oit, Illinois, Friday after .spending
the pasfc few days theie visiting with
Mr. and Mis. Hob Walker and daugh
ter of Franklin spent Sunday heie
with their son :.nd brother, Lee Walk
er and wife.
Miss Julia Funk loft for Muscatine,
Iowa, Monday moining on Xo 1 wheie
hlwwill spend a few weeks visiting
with i datives.
Mr. K. F. Dennett went to Chicago
Sunday moining wheie he will spend
a few days puichu ing goods for the
Vaiiety Stoie and attending to othci
Two bundled and one car of .stock
including fie stock loaded heie went
thiough Sunday morning to the Mis
souri liver inaikeK They weic hand
led in thioe tiains.
Mrs Mtuk McConkcy icturned
home Sunday morning from Kansas
City, Missouri, where she was called
a couple of weeks ago by the serious
illness of her daughter, Miss Myitle,
She is now rapidly lccovcilng fiom
an operation for appendicitis and her
qui"k iccovery i- looked for.
lioietla U. McDanlcl, daughter of
Ab and Elizabeth McDauiel, wis bom
Deo. 'J'J, 18til at Mt. Pleasant, Stephen
son county, Illinois ami passed away
March III. 1023 at the homo of her
datiRhter, Mrs. Sternum Lawver, Free
port, Illinoia. She was aged Gl years,
!1 months and 0 days.
On January 25, 1883 she was united
in marriage to CIihs. C. Crapo and to
t'tis union four children were born:
Mrs. Stormnn Lawver ot Freeport, 111 ,
Roy CrHgoand Mrs. Lee Whitehead of
Hrovvntown, Wis., and Mrs. Dave Bell
of Red Cloud, Nebr. She is also sur
vived by two bisters: Mis. James Van
Matro of Martiiitovvu, Wis., Mrs. Wm.
Lathi ope of hpokaue, Washington, one
brother, John MoDauld of Altoonn,
Kansas, tlevcti grandchildren, and a
host of other relatives and friends.
Since the death of Iter husband last
November she has iniulu her home with
her daughter, Mis. Lawver.
She was a member of the Christian
oiiurcn, ueitifr oaptitMi when a young
girl, mid was a kind ami loving mother
and will he giently missed.
The body was laid at rest in (Srenn
wood cuiiielpiy, Moiiioe, Wisconsin, he
side her husband
(leoigc Stones, son of Mr. and Mrs
Pawl Stones, and Miss Peulah McCait I
ncy, daughter of Mr. and Mis. D. J.
Moaitney, weic muiricd by Hev.
Coiio la.st Satuiday.
!i.ss niLiichc McCartney went to
Cambridge Wednesday morning on
Xo. 15 wheie she will give a lecture
on her woik as missionary in India
for the past thice cars.
Clyde Hasen, the nine year old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hansen, icsid
ing .south of Inavale, was very senous
ly iniuicd in one eye while playing
with some other .'hildien Thuisdav
aftoinoon. They weic lluowing duiU,
one of the childien accidently hitting
Clyde in the eye with one of them.
He was hi ought to this city by his
paienU und after an cxnmini'Con was
made it was decided advisable to take
hint to Hastings for tieatment, they
going up that evening.
I am ready at all Mini's to iiinUe any
loan desired at the very lowest tate of
interest, best option ami least espouse
Xo examiner is stint in to decide
whether the loan shall be iiiiulo I de
chle that myself and save you that
expense. I am sole agent for Trevett,
Mattls A linker, a company that has
been doing business in the county for
2o youth, and novcr bus withdrawn
from business a single day during that
time. Xo other company can say as
much. Other companies get seal m!
and quit business, Xot ho Trevcttt
Mattis & linker, Pationl'.o a company
that has always hud confidence in
Webster county. J. ,11. Ilnllcy,
Mis. Klla II. Paikcr lft for her
home in Ohotlin, Kansas, Thursday
moining n tiain 15 after sjiending
the prst month heie vis'ting with her
sou, X. 11. Hush and family.
.Mis. C W. Malono icturned to her
home at Hasting. Mondaj morning
cftcr spending the jiast cor.plo of
weeks heie visiting with her daughter,
Mrs. II. C. Gdlatly and family.
Hev. and Mrs. J. Fdwin Juboe of
Lincoln ai rived here Saturday ecn-
ing for a week's visit at the homo of
her parent, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Thomrs and with other relatives.
General Houdmastcr, II. H. Claikc
of Lincoln spent a rev Iicuim here al
tending to muttciv. in connection with
his work with tho Huilington, going
to McCook en Xo 17 that evening.
Max Marshall ai rived heie Thuts
day evening on Xo. 11 fiom Council
Hluffs, Iowa, wheie he is working In
tl e Postul Dopaitment, for a few days
visit at the home of Mr. and Mis.
Frank Amack and with his ipaicnts
The following stock was shipped
fiom heie Sunday morning, Vo.st &
Ellingor one cut loud of cattle to St.
Joe, A. 1. Ciabiil two cars of hog
to Kansas City, Dclnncy Pros, on-
car of hogs to Kansas City. F, It
Wiggins two cars of hogs to Kansas
City i.nd J. W. Aubl one car of cat
tle to Kansas City.
Christian Church Notes
-column my vvoiks unto leunviili,
And thy purposes shall be established.''
Sunday School It) a m.
Moining Woiship 11 n in.
Christian Endeavor 7 p.m.
Kvening Woiship 8 p in.
Piayer meeting Wednesday evening
S p. m.
Ladies' Aid meets every Thursday
afternoon with Mis. C. J. Pope.
Sunday moining set vice was well at
tended in spite of the Pastor's absence.
Tho Historical Study ottbellible pi ov
ert a popular subject and one worth
nunc study than is usually given it
All enjoyed the I'nioii service at tho
Ilaptlst Cliuiob in the evening. As
should occur eveiy I'liion night the
hoiibe was crowded.
Hev Xelson will bo home Saturday
morning. Let's welcome him with n
large eongiogatinii on Sunday morning
and evening C. (1 Xelbon, Pastor.
Garfield Community Church
10 a. in., Sunday School. Lesson
theme, "The Stoiy of Joseph".
11 a. m., Set moil, "The Humanity of
b p. in., Story and Song Service, "Tho
The Choi us will meet Satuiday even
ing at the chinch for Una! practicu on
'Tho Pink HohO". The Social commit,
tee is planning a pleasant siitpilso for
all who come.
The oll'eting Sunday evening will bo
used to pay for tho music used at that
The Pink Hose is a story, accompan
ied with soveral songs, of tho nxpur.
ienens of Mis VllttPmoro In her
chilstiHti work in New York City. You
will enjoy both the story and thp hours
It will be given Sunday evening.
The following aucfdoto N given In
tho prefutc to a copy of Dr. John
Clark's edition of the "Messiah," tho
testimonial of which Is signed by
Henry It. PMiop. William Parsonw,
John Urobilin, anil Mu.lo Clementl.
"Helng on a lsll lo n friend In a
country place the. Inhabitants of which
were more primitive than scientific,
Doctor lliish.v, mi his way hi church on
a Sunday iimnilng, overtook one of the
chorister-, vvllh a bundle of music hooks
under bis nnn. 'What have ,vou got
there, my mini?' said tho doctor, '.inn
of Handel's nuisl nr, that we're goln'
to .lug at chinch today,' was tho re
Joinder. 'Handel,' said the querist,
somewhat ustniished, 'don't you find
his itiiisif tlllllciill?' 'Why,' said the
('otiutr.v iiinii. 'we did at fust, zur, but
we nlteieil mi a bit, and lie goes very
.veil now ' "
A fascinating ('hli.ign widow had
her eNhiisli.'iiiil In I'm dinner and he
presented her with a check for ali
mony title her. She took It, laughingly,
saying: "This Is limit inn without rep
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THIS IS THE WEEK TO BUY HATS
SEE DISPLAY IN SOUTH WINDOW
NEW SHADES NEW BLOCKS
$2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $3.75
$4.00 $4.50 $5.00
ALSO SHOWING NEW LINE
YOUNG MENS SPORT SUITS
$18.50 TO $37.50
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Co.
Of?- PHILLIPS I !
STAMPED GRAPE FRUIT I j
n- pu.ii:' r..., rr,:f : ALt r.v" ,i c,,f
li i Hum; o jiq ;u i iuii la fkiwuya imivl uiiu a it q,
' To Eat". Tree ripened not nrtifically colored. Why y
noi ouy tne dcsi.-' ur. rniiiip s cost no more man "mer c.
Grape Fruit Not Guaranteed or tree ripened. ;' l
THE BROWN FRUIT CO.
GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA.
. Pi J
Raise all the :
Raice i!:era Hhs Pan-a-ce-a way
harL Uicn "ht l:ccp then (jiwvlng v.'ithout any bae-
cct. PAN-A-CI'.-A L'ivcs chicks gooa npiietito and yood
digestion L.i-.i lj;or to rc."i3t diseas?. PAN-A-CE-A pre
vents food fermentation that's v.-ncro most of tl.o bowel
troubles biart. PAN-A-CE-A j.ruvents and cures gapec, in-
(Ltrestion, diarrhea, h- vcaknez . PAN-A-CE-A your chiclrf
and then watch Corn feather. 'A PAN-A-CE-A chick will
out-feather a non-PAN-A-CE-A chid: every timo.
Dr. Hess Poultry PAN-A-CE-A makc3 chicka grow.
Chas. L. Cotling, Druggist.
Ttll us iow much ttocU you Uacc. We have a pachaeo to salt
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