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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. APRIL 26. 1U23
;The I. 0. 0. F. Anniversary p K 0
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-Schaffner & Marx Suits
Emory and Cluett Shirts
Nallory 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
GOODS WHETHER YOU ARE READY TO BUY OR NOT
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
Webster County Bank
E 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 we 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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Sweaters thil vie in bnlliancy with
the gay colors of nature for sports,
the shore and the country.
Sweaters in cool, subdued tones
for street and town wear. Jacquct
tes, Slip-Overs, our new Swagger
Link Coats, and Tuxedo models.
EVERY THING in swcaicrdom!
Beautiful sweaters with the charac
ter that good quality and good
style alone can impart.
'OKTIIY EXAMPLE SET
Monday, Bun AiUiem l.odjjo No. 180 Following a procedure inauguiatcd
will observe thu lOltls unnlvorsary of last year the 1 E. O. ladies nRain
(hem-dor. The pi'vutn Midi lms announce prizes to bo nwaidod for
bieiiuilveillM!d mil bo ulv.-.i in tbo Pettiest bed of zinnia this year,
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pul.i i! I- ixt.MidH.i it u iidi.il i ivltntton antl a,luilSi The former will include
to lit tifi 1 I aii children between the ages of 10
In ti o veiling tho lodge will meet and 1G oars and the prize awards,
a the UtMiiiicliill vvliuio a class of in tins class, constitute $1.00 lor nrst
candidates will icooive l he degree'1"'1 ?l-00for second. Similar fust
.,!, -pi... i.....i,ii., i..i, ...in ?.,,.. nn second prizes ate als offcied to
vvo.l. IHu iMHtiktui lodge will con- du,t3i afQ iQ hQ Ju( , m(,
fertile 11. bt and thiid degiurs whilo prizcs nwiir,ieii 0n August 1st.
tlio Red Cloud lodge will put on the Those wishing to compete for the
Itiltiatoty mid second degree, above pi ires ate requested to legis-
The Kobeltuh lodge will serve supper ter name and ngc with Miss bvvaitz
their members, the Odd Fellows and ,at the VuW-c Library.
the general public at a moderate price
that evening commencing Ht fi:30 iu
the Odd Fellows hull.
J. P. Cheek to Leave Here
.1. 1. Cheek, Plant Manner of tbo
Farmers Independent Telephone Co.,
bus tendered his resignation to take
effect Juno 1st. Ilo and hit family will
move to Ilillsboro, Oregon where ho
has accepted a position with the Ilills
boro Telephone Co., at a much larger
salary than he is getting here. Since
coining to this city four years ago Mr.
Cheek has put the local pluut in first
class order and has always given Its
patrons prompt and efflcleut serrjee.
Mr. Cheek nud wife have many friends
here who will be sorry to see them
leave but are glad to know that ho has
obtained a better posit iou. No doubt
the loe.il booid of Uitvctors will look a
long time for n man who tins given
such eilio out suricu us .M-. Cheek has
Foi the -.ummer house and inched
uppioucv.c-f to the foimal flower gat
den the climbintr rfses aic oT .sa
perioi quality with tlio super abund
ance of bloom iu Juno. The linnly
native pia'rle lose, llosa SetiKeta,
altho not a ery tall climber, is veiy
uitahle for covering medium ized
building; this is very fice from ln
.'ect pests and fungous diseases. Af
ter the peiiod of flower the ted seed
pods aie very decorative in late sum
mer. Piairie Queon, a piogeny of
the Setigera with all of the good
nabits ot its paient, coveied with a
piofusion of single pink and white
flowers, has real merit for our Ne
braska climate. The Dorothy Per
kins, one of the Wiechurinna or
Memor'al rose hybiids, has the good
qualities of the parent in regard to
its lufatrous foliage remaining on the
plants until late full. The coral
pink clusters of flowers are boine in
great profusion and last for a period
of three or four weeks. It is one of
the most rampant growers, which
makes it a good plant for covering
large, unsightly embankments. The
Crimson rambler, very conspicuous
with its wealth of blossoms, has use
as a climber if planted in the right
place. Plant if possiblo on a trellis
or arbor away from Dorothy rctkins
or red brick building. This variety
is vcrv suscaptible to mildew.
CITY HELPS LIBRARY
CREEK WATER SOON ON TAP
Mayoress Mary Peterson called
Council together in regular adjourned
session on Monday, with all members
present except Crubill and after gen
erously ordering1 180.00 transferred
from, the Electric Light Uish Funil
to the Library Fund, for the upkeep
of the latter up to July 1, this year,
the Mayoress prjeeeded to swear in
to oflice the newly elected Council
man Grant Christy, of the Second
Ward. Whereupon the old Council
adjourned sine die and on Tuesday
the Mayoress called the new Council
together in special session with all
members present for the purpose of
organizing Council, making appoint
ments, granting pool hall licenses and
considering water proposition.
After the election of A. H. Hoff
man to the presidency of the Council,
the Maoress announced the follow-
ii appointments, which wore duly
confirmed by the Council:
Light and Water Commissioner, II.
M. Board, $150.00 per month.
Health Physician, Dr. Ilenty Ciok.
City Attorney, Jas. Gilliam, .$100.00
Bookkeeper, Mis. M. A. Albiiglit,
$:,0 00 per month.
Street Clo-nor, C. R. Lewis, .."-01
The Mnyoiesi thou appointed the
Advisory Mayor and Council.
Finance Iloltman, Amack and
Building Amack, Hoffman and
Streets and Alleys Christy and
The applications, with necessary
checks attached of J. E. Ellison and
G. R. Beck for pool hall licenses,
wcto presented and unanimously
granted with the exception of the
support of Mrs. Hummel.
The Mayoress appointed Council
men Hoffman and Chiisty to have the
ditch leading fiom the pavement on
Seventh Avenue to CVooked Cicek
On motion of Hoffman, seconded by
Hummel, Light ami Water Superin
tendent Beard was instructed to or
der a chlorinatoi to treat the water,
turned fiom the creek, to supply the
city with water.
Fouith Sunday after EnMcr
.Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Morning Sistvloo at II a. in,
Vnspuis Service at J .30
Wo invito you to the church and will
wVlcomo you cotdliilly.
Andrew S. Campbell
Andrew S. Campbell, who has re
sided In this city for many years, pass
ed away at his borne iu tlio First ward
Inst Friday evening. He whs born in
Indiana, June 3, 1811 and was aged 81
years, 10 months and 17 days
Iu 180(5 he wuh united in marriage to
Rboda E Marshall, they coming to
Nebraska in 1885 and resided neur
Wuuneta later coming to Red Cloud
where they have luslded since Two
sons and two diiughleis were bom -to
IhW union, the sous picceedlug their
parents to the Eloinal homo
The dccea'id was h veliinn of the
Civil War having served ovei thuo
youib with Co. A, r.Oth Indiana igl.
inont. II alo was u nitmbi'r of the
'charge, after which Intnrm it
' made in the McVull ci-mctery
D.ivi Bell of Bed Cloud, stopped off
here Tuesday to visit his old frlund
Mayor Win. Kelthley, whom he had
not seen for 15 yeais Mr. Bell Is ono
of tho old timers of the middle west,
and owns a largo number of farms in
the Republican valley and in Colorado.
Beginning at once, we will sell you your
choice of our large complete stock o! Edison Blue
Amberol records at 35c each. v
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
The Clt j Council made their annual j The deeenued ! miiviw.1 bj two
inspection of tho Panama canal on daughters, Mis K.idlo UuiIhcIc of
eighth avenue, Tuesday. If tho Council Wuuneta mid Mih. Roslo Wilu ot of
would guide this avenue between Web. , thh city.
bter street and Locust stieot it would The tnueial servicer, woio held Sun
nloaso tho losldents of that n.irt of , duy uflemoon. Rev. 11. W. Cope in I
town vuiy uniuli.
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SCHAAF & TURNER
FUNERAL HONE '
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - . 12 Ox '
1 Suits 1
Distinguish the Best
From the Rest
Carters Knit Underwear
Ladies - Misses - Childrens
In a Variety of Styles
Babys Vests and Bands
K.P. Weesnep Go.gggfel
Dr. and Mi. W. W. Noycs and
children of Inmnn, who Ittvvo been
heic for the past few days visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mis. V.. f
J. Lippincott and with other relatives
returned to their homo Saturday ' 5
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto HearsG in Connection
Dost Sorvlca to Othors Moans Real Happiness to Ourselves.
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