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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 19, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. APRIL 19. IU23
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Ball Game at lnavale
Everyone likes to save on their Clothing.
That can't be done by buying cheap merchan
dise. Buy your Clothing and Furnishings here.
We can save you money. We sell well Known
lines. The kind that give satisfaction or your
Hart-Scha! Iner &. Marx Suits
Emory and Cluett Shirts
Mallory and Stetson Hats
IN WORK CLOTHES WE HAVE
Lee and Oskosh Overalls
McDonald Work Shirts
WE ASK YOU TO COME AND LET US SHOW YOU THESE
HOOPS WHETHER YOU ARE RFAPY TO BUY OJ. NO.T fc
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
The Itinvtlc bull team will open llio
shiio n on their diamond S mil ',v after
noon ut which time Miny p'.i, lie Klv
cr'oii team. Tlic in i do lnni litis an
t'ct I'tloiuilly good i 'n't mil have nl
reuilv liiuilieil lev ml l'ihiiis "n lie play
ed tin r
The Isle of Chance
A two net (ipeieltii to be givnii by
the Mus'e Depaittucnl of Hie Bed
Clouil 1 1 1tl School on T.lmisvliiy, April
Mut the Hi8sm Anditoi iuni. Follow
ing U the east;
UUKKD Kin of the Isle i f Chntico
CAITAIN-OfTheOood bhlp Ease
FOLLIES Subjects of King Oreed
Eva Grossman, Elsie Jernberg, Jose
ON-A-GBOUCH-A Derelict on tho
Islo of Chance-Marcella Stockman,
LOUD WHA v'S THE USE, LADY
FRIVOLOUS, SIM PLITA Survivor
iroin the Good Ship Eise Ellis .Tcf
fery, Amelia Steward, Nellie Kalley.
WHO CARES, FEW CAUES, NO
CARES -Sailors from tho Good Ship
Ease- Hippy Hadeil, Jennie Beezley,
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.
We kindly invite you to take 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
I'lii'W mmw "iiiiiiiji'i'ii miiiri mil i iii Jill ii iniiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ii in iwriiii mini miiiiiiiiiii iriniiniii'i i mini
Sweaters lhat ie in brilliancy with
the gay colors of gaturc for sports,
the shore and the country.
Sweaters in cool, subdued tones
for street and town wear. Jacquet
tes, Slip-Overs, our new Swagger
Link Coats, and Tuxedo models.
EVERYTHING in sweaterdom!
Beautiful sweaters with the charac
ter that good quality and good
style alone can impart.
VARM BUREAU NOTES
(By County Extension Agent, Henry
DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL STOCK
A District High School Stock Judg
ing Contest was held in Clay county
This was a pielmiinary contest held
prior to tho stale contest at Lincoln
.May 1th. Then schools with 78 con
testant competed. I'.lue Hill High
Sch ol lcpiosentcd Webster county
having won the County Championship
last October. The Blue Hill team aio
Wdliani Arndt, Daniel Krucgcr and
The Clay County Content stalled
with judging two classes of Shoit-
horn cattle at the farm of Albert Hut
line. Class of Holsteins at the farm
of Wm. Peterson, class of Percheion
mares at farm of Geo. Schnb, Shrop
shire sheep at the faun of Wm. Walk
cr, Dune hogs nt Geo. Driggs, Po
land hogs at H. L. McKelvie, Ayahire
cows at farm of H. H. Johnson, Jer
sey cows at farm of W. I Holcomh
nnd Shire Mare-, at the farm of H.
The judging was c -mpleted by 1 p.
m. and in the nfternoo the contest
ants gave their leasons.
Mmy A Osthoimer ns born in
Oernmny, September S3, 18IS, nnd do
parted from this life April 13, HUM;
n?pd eighty years, heveu months ai.d
She came to tho United Status with
her piironts when u siunll child and
tesided in Couneisvllle, Fayetto Coun
ty, I it 1 1 1 it 1 1 ii lleie she ciew to woiimu
hood and was married to William II
Walter, October 1U, 1SC0 j
In March 1872, they moved to Web. j
Bter County, Nebrashn, and suttled on i
a homestead west of lnavale, where
they resided for twenty-six years. In
1807 thny moved to Red Cloud whero
they have since made their home.
To this union wero born seven
children-four sons, Lewis, William,
Edward, and Charley; three daughters,
Auna, Alice and Ida. One son, Lewis,
and a daughter, Allco, proceeding tholr
mother to the Great lieyond
Tho deceased has boen in poor
health for several mouths, and suffer
ed a strolce of paralysis Saturday
afternoon, from which sho never ralli
ed. She was u kind and loving wife
and mother, who thru her untlriug
efforts made home a loved retreat for
Mrs. Walter expressed her desire to
become a member of tho Christian
church but did not live to be received
. The services was conducted from the
Wfhtlnif church by tho pastor, lie v.
C. G Nelson. Tho interment being
made in the Hud Cloud Cemeteiy.
Beginning at once, we will sell you your
choice of our large complete stock of Edison Blue
Amberol records at 35c each.
These are all 4 minute, indestructiable
Blue Amberol records, regularly priced at 60c
each. Now is the time to bring that record stock
up-to-date by adding some new records.
Come in and play them, no exchanges, no
records loaned while this low price holds.
E. H. Newhouse
KED CLOUD GUN CLUB
At 8:30 we were given a banquet
by the Home Economics Class of
Clay Center High School and judging
from the big feed Clay county will
have some real cooks.
Following the bnnquct a short pro
gram was given. Mr. Epperson of
Fairfield was toastmastcr and toasts
weio responded to by Mr. Wood,
Judge Wray,, Mr. Derrick, Mr. Flock,
nnd Mr. Morgan and the announce
ment of winners by Mr. Wm. Pearsin,
director of Vocational Training of Ne
Team scores were as follows:
Hastings 1638, 71ny Center 1637,
Blue Hill and Milford (tie) 1590,
Fiiend 1556, Aurora 1528, Milligan
Individual scores woio as follows:
Alfied Somnierfelt lth, scoie 519;
Will'nm Arndt's scoro 527 and Dan
iel Jvmegor's scoie 511.
Alfeit Sommorfplt w n first in
urging hoi ses and 1th on swine.
William Armlt was 5th on horsei.
i To put on this successful judging
.tour meant lo's of work "ii the pan
,of M II. T'oters of the Clav Confer
I High School and County Agent, Hall, H. E
jClaylmugh and there was true co- Kailoy, Geo.
i operation shown on tho pait of tho Miller Albeit
, Livestock Bleeders and the Clav Cen-C ' A' ,
tor Uhamb r of Commerce. ""'"""i "
. Cheek, J. P.
Grace Church Notes
Thiid Sunday after Raster
No Sunda.v School
Oidlnatlon of the Reverend bamiiel
lLudmnti n tho 1'iiehthood bj tho
ItiKht Heveiend Gem go Allen Buieher,
1). I) , HHhop at Giace Chinch Hid
C ond, NebinsuH, Apul '11, UI.'.T
Older of Sei vice 10 A M. Morning
prayer, Hov. Samuel Iluidnini'.
iu:t!0 A. RL I'liullriuatlon, prajer
book, page 37; J.
10:110 A M -Oidinationocrviee Pio
ccssional Hymn 505. Sermon, Kev
John Al Butes. M A. Presentation
of candidate, piayer book, page 514.
Litany, piajer book, page 51)0.
Introit iiyinu 287. Seivlce of the
Holy Communion. Page 51) 1. Bxamln
ation of candidate, prajei book, pnge
Ordination Hymn, 299
Nlceno Cieed, prajer book, page
Communion Hymn, 333.
Gloria iu Excelsls, old chant.
Nunc Dimittis, LHngdon.
Boccssioual Hymn, 30(.i.
Vespeia Sorvica at 1:30
APRIL 15 1923
Regular piactice shoot was held,
the wind being pretty bad, but the
boys did very nice shooting. Our
next Regular Practice Shoot will Le
on April the 29th, and everybody ii
welcome, as you will find by paying
us a visit, it is a nice clean sport. Tho
shoot will stint at 2:30 p. in. 'Plenty
of shells nnd targets on the grounds.
Bioughton, J. C.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thnnk our ninny fi lends
for their assistance and words of Fym
pathy dining the illness and death of
our dear wife and mother. Especially
do wp wish to expiess appreciation for
tho boautiful floral offerings
W. II. Walter and family.
I Peterson, Jim
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SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - tnd. 12 Ox
25 Dozen Pairs
Allen A Black Cat Silk Hose
AT PER PAIR
These are "seconds" of a full length silk hose merceriz
ed lisle tops They liavo only very slight imperfections-
Nothing mora lhar a seam caught up in the foot In fsct
you can haidly find the imperfection
These ho3c do not carry the regular Black Cat guarantee
but you can feci sure they will ho satisfactory and a bargaii
at the price
THE 1 P. WEESNER
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Mr. and Mr. Clarence KUor return.
Three carloads of hogs made up the
stock shipment fiom hcic Sunday
morning for tho Kansas City mar
ket. Theo Mart'n accompanied the
stock fiom hcic through to their destination.
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
RED CLOUD, NEB
Jod home Wednesday from Denver.
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