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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1923)
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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AS TOLD TO US
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Nest Sjmhy i Mothers' Day.
was in Hasting'? Sat
Ilert Leonard was down from Ina
vale Mmriav afternoon.
Frank Shepheidson was down from
Riverton Tuesday morn'ng.
For Sale or Kent the Mis A. A Ropo
properly.- (! W
F. W. Cowdeii and A. U.
weie in Rloomington Tuesday.
Jce Can- went to Hastings Wednes
day morning to spend the day.
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Watkins spent
Sundav with icAntives at Fairbury.
Will WH.ite of Esbon, Kansas, was
the guest of Wm. Weesner Sunday.
Can get some high class rose bushes,
give me your outer now. C S. Komine
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walker spent
Sunday with friends at Rloomington.
Miss Rlanehc MeCaitnoy was a
passenger to Chester Fridav morning.
Harold Rope was a passenger to
Hastings Saturday morning on No. 1.
Walt Warren went to Lincoln Sun
day morning on No. 16 for a few days
Ohas. Pichler and Tele Arnold left
last week for the greener fields of
The Red Cloud Girls' Sewing Club
will meet Saturday at 2 o'clock at the
G. W. Trine lhas installed a radio
in his hardware store for the benefit
of his patrons.
Mrs. Bernard McNcny went to Hast
ings Friday morning on train 4 to
spend the day.
Mrs. Minnie Throckmorton was a
jascngor to Hastng-s Tuesday morn
ing on No. 4.
Miss Mildred McUride went to Ilasl
ings Saturday morning to spend he
day with friends.
Miss Julia Warren went to Hast
ings Tuesday morning to spend the
day with friends.
Phil Traut returned home on Xo. 11
Thursday evening after spending the
day in Hastings.
Mrs. II iward Foe and baby went to
Ufastings Monday morning on train
to spend the day.
Mrs. H. 11. Cliildrcss went to Hast
ings Friday morning to spend the
day willi friends.
Mrs. M. Itoulier wont lo Hastings
Tuesday morning to spend the day
visiting with friends.
The M. W. A. lodge have a deputy
here who is writing up a class of can
didates for adoption.
Miss Haliio Summers went to Ha.t
ings Satuiday morning to spend the
day visiting wifh friends.
F. S. King went to Kansas City
Tuesday morning in charge of the
stock shipped from hero.
Mr. and Mrs. Iicrnnrd Burden of
Wilcox are the proud parents of a
baby boy born Monday.
The Stitc'i Harvester Sewing Club
will meet Saturday, May 12th, at 2
o'clock at the court house.
The Margin of Safety
Is represented by the amount of
Insurance you carry.
Don't lull yourself Into a fancied
UecausH fire has never touched yon
it doesn't follow that you'ro immune
Tomorrow -no today, if you have
time and you better llnd time
oome to tho oiliee and we'll writo
a policy on your house, furniture,
store or merchandise.
LATKIt MAY HIO TOO LATB-
O. C. TEEL
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M'-- V ignia '0 to vo.u to S'iv
Tucsd ly morning to spend n co ip'
(lay vmning wun irienu.
'.V. II. Smith went
Tlun-d.ty moi'iiimr to
atlendirg to bu mes
;c-ih1 the da
I have a fresh supply of Dip on
hand now, $1.!50 per gallon without
can, 81..15 with can. J. 12. Run-ess
An ciitty term of District C mrl,
Willi Judge Dllworth on the bond',
will convene in this city ne::t Tue d.iy
Mi-s Eva Foster letuined home
Sunday morning from Hill City, K ..'.'.
satf, where '.ie had been visiting
G. It. Reek, Ken Copley, Fred Han
son, Hcib Ludlow and Grant CH-i ly
attended the ball game at Hasting
Friday. Carl Oglevie, Roy Rust, Bert Ander
son, Grant Damon and Bert Hatfield
attended the ball game at Hastings
Mr. and Mrs. George Pence, who
had been spending the winter in Cal
ifornia arrived in t c city the la.'t of
Two carloads of l)ogs and one car
load of cattle were shipped to the
Kansas G'ty market from here Tues
Attorney E. G. Caldwell, S. R.
Florance and Carl Oglevie weie in
Hastings Friday attending to some
Miss Christine D?vis went to Su
perior Saturday morning on No. 1(5 to
spend a couple of days there visit! ig
with her mother.
The American Legion and Manager
Linn have booked the picture "Skin
Deep" to be shown at the Auditorium
June 3rd and 4th.
Miss Lucille Robinson went to Su
perior Sunday morning on No lfi to
spend the day visiting at tie home
of 'Jier brother, Bruce'
Mrs. Carl Jernberg of Akron, Colo
rado, is here visiting for a few days
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. A.
Jernberg and with friends.
Mrs. Win.' Zackery went to Guide
Rock Wednesday morn'ng to spend
the day vis'ting at tho Wm. Jackson
home and with other friends.
Old Soldiers' Home ;it Grand Island
f-'aturday morning after .pendnu- :
week here with his daughter.
Judge Ii. II. Illackledgc and Court
Reporter Lee Johnson weie passen
gers to Hastings Mom'ay morning
after spending the weekend hcie.
Mis Ha'ly Summers returned homo
Monday evening on tra'n Jl from
Hastings whcie she has been spend
ing a couple of days with friend.-..
Dr. and Mrs. 12. A. Crcighton re
turned home Monday evening fiom
Omaha, where they have been for the
past few days visiting with friends
Mrs. Cora Clutter, of Jamcsvillo,
Wisconsin, who had been spending
several months in California arrived
in the city the last of the week to vis
Judge L. II. Illackledgc returned
home Friday morning on Xo 10 from
Holdrego where he has been for tho
l.st couple of days attending to husi
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Huuck returned
homo Wednesday morning from Cof
feyville, Kansas, to whil'- place he
was called a few ilttys ago by t'he scri
"us illness of his mother.
Mrs. Gluts. Ktherton returned liomc
Saturdny morning from Hastings
where she had been for the past
couple of weeks visiting with her
son and with other relatives.
Freig'H Inspector D. McAlM ine of
Denver, Colorado, spent a few hours
here Thursday morning attending to
Hurlington business matters going to
Hastings that afternoon on No. 175.
Lee Stunkard arrived here Sunday
morning from Sterling, Colorado,
wheic ho has been spending the past
month, for a few das vi-dl with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Stunkard.
The fire department was called to
tho High School building Tuesday
afternoon to extinguish a blaze.
Clifford Seiberts was working in the
chemical room, when an alcohol lamp
fell on the floor setting fire to a gal
lon of this liquid and the blaze was
putcfuT'vithout any .'damage.
Tho nl k.isi n .i n.iil it kooJ, us every
waiul, tr ln".i,
li Just b. r u o nf the homes, tho homes,
tin' In ii. n to hl It It noes.
FOOD FOR THE CHILDREN
"pOK the llr-t two jears of n child's
- life llu food problem Is not com
plex as his main diet Is milk, At three
months of :igo strained orange Julco
may In- glu-n, n tcnspoonful at n time
between feedings to great ndvuntngo,
supplying fruit add and vltamlnes
whldi are Inviiluiible for growth.
As tin child grows be niny eat more
and more the fund of the adult, but
the widest course lo follow Is simplicity
of food, no nillli of several varieties,
even If enjojed by older palates.
Oatnienl. whole wheat and cereals
which add hulk and furnish the de
sired energy are best for breakfast.
Toast, egg and a cup of hot milk or a
glass of cold, depending upon the sen-
son unci taste of the child, Is another
good breakfast. For dinner, vegetables,
very little well-conked meat and a
simple dessert Is the wisest plan.
Steamed pudding with rich snuccs
and Ice cream with sauces should be
avoided. A pudding like the follow
ing Is good and easily digested:
Take one cupful of prune", remove
the stones and put through the meat
chopper, add one-half cupful of sugar,
two eggs well benten, three cupfuts of
milk, one-half teaponnful of orange
extract or a little grated rind Is bet
ter. Cut a thick slice of bread Into
small dice (the bread should be but
tered), stir Into the mixture and pour
Into a baking dish. Rake slowly until
the custard Is set and the bread is
brown. This will take an hour and a
Butter slices of bread and lay Into a
baking dish, cover with canned blue
berries poured over hot, add another
layer of buttered bread and more ber
ries until the dish Is full. Set away
to chill. Serve with cream and sugar.
If put into a mold it may be turned
out on a platter and garnished with
A nicely buked apple with or wlthj,
out cream and sugar Is a fine dessert
for a child. Tapioca pudding, rice pud
ding, prune whip, gelatin puddings of
various sorts are all good for the little
people ns they are easily digested.
D. 1923. Western Newepnper Union.) .
ftTHow to Read Your
lTrTlli-J nnd Tendencies tha
Capabilities or Weak
nesses That Muko for Success or
Failure as Shown in Your Palm
THE FINGER NAILS
l'INI Mii.H'iiinos In the band
of a woman 1 ort nails com
bined with the following vliariK l er
The line of the heart (the upper of
the two lint" cni-in;; the palm hori
zontally) Is short, .on! the head lliu,
underneath It, Is smiikht and Inclined
to turn up toward the tlnjter of Mer
cury, the little linger. I'lie mount of
Mercury N Hat and covered with lines
and the mounts of the moon and of
Mars (at the oitt-ide of the cdjre .'
the palm) are high. The Joints of the
hand are vey p'a'nly visible.
These are 'he Miar;. of a woman of
harsh dUpo-dtlou and uiirrolonio na
ture, and they are made more strong
by the shortness of the nulls. For a
conllrinntlon of this ulgn of quariel
.oinenevs coivu't the triangle formed
i by the line of lile. the line of the
head and the line of health. If there
Is a decided cross to be perceived In
this triangle, we may suy with fairly
jioih! ifssur.inee that the disposition of
the possessor Is pugnacious and quar
relsome. CrJy llio Whcclr VynJIcuU, Inc
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liere is an Event Yon Have Been Looking for
To Make Room for our Summer
Stock will Close Out ALL
COATS and SILK DRESSES
OF THE REGULAR PRICES
This is a bargain as these COATS and DRESSES were
all marked very close at the beginning of the season
and with this discount is lower than replacement
cost. First come will have pick of stock so do not
delay. These are all new goods bought this spring.
Mrs. K. A. Moranvlllo returnel home
from Guide Rook Wednubdny evening.
1U ULlti SALE-I will sell my furni'
tuic at public stile Saturday, May U
J. V. Cheek.
Or. Warriuk will meet, patients and
thoso needing glumes hi Dr. UiunorcH's
Mondaj, Muyllth . llouis 2 to (J.
I have on hand u Kimbiill riano,
neiirly new, which I had to tnku back
and will -ell it lor jost the balance
due. If intet estcd writo me at onou
A. O. Cllne, 1 n J : Uonglns St., Omalia.
Mis. V. II. Solhday, who had been
hcie f'r the past few days visiting
at the A. Chnk Jaime and with ! er
brother, Tims. Krallick, retu-ncd to
her home at MeL'ook Saturday nnin
inir. Including ll.pt loaded at this point
there weie one hundicd and twei.i.. -seven
cars of stock through hero Sun
day morning for the Misoiiri rier
markets. They were f r.m'led in three
. 15. "i lhiphcr and family i el urn
ed to t o r home at Iloldrege Sun
dry nnrning on Ni. 1") after spend
ing a counie ot days nerc visiting
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. 12. J.
Mrs. AhrnnholU and little lioy ie
turned ti their home at Wymore Wed
ncsday morning after spending a
short time hero visiting with her sh,
tcr, Mr-. Cooper and wi1i ie!alives
Frank Campbell, John Fox and Art
Robinson went to Ayr the first of the
week where they will do some grad
ing for tho O. R. & Q. who will bui'd
a side track for the St. Clair Oil Co.
Mr. T. D. K'chnrdson left for Los
Angeles, .California, Friday even
ing on Xo. 17 to spend a couple of
weeks with her husband, who f-.as been
there for the past six weeks attend
ing to business matters
Three carina l of hogs and two car
of cattle c'2 shipped from here to
tfc rfansas City market Sunday morn
ing, C. 12. Uamey and Robert Roiher
going through to Kansas Citv In
charge of the shipments.
Clnronco Raker arrived here fiom
Stratton, Colorado Thursday morning
on train IG to spend the (Kiy vis'ting
with his mother. Mrs. H. Ludlow and
wiuV relatives in Guide Rick going to
Hastings Friday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. I). R. Rritton spent
Snturday here visiting with friend
going to Ryron Sunday morning on
No. 1C, from there they intend driv
ing through to Topckfj, Kansas, where
they will join the Doyle Stock Com
pany, they intending to work with
them through the bummer months'.
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WHEN THINKING OF MEN'S
BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S
SUITS PANTS HATS CAPS
SHOES FURNISHING GOODS
THINK OF THE OLD RELIABLE
Gowd&n-Kaley Ci Go.
Honest Merchandise, Honest Business Methods,
Lowest Prices on Dependable Goods
Kuppcnheimer and Cloth Craft Suits
Keith Hats Star Brand Shoes
Wilson Bros. Furnishing Goods
Good Lines to Tio To. Try Them.
The Cowden -
II Raise all tJieL3f) 1
Raise them the Pan-a-ce-a way ;
Start them right keep them growing without any back-,
set. TAN-A-CE-A gives chicks good appetito and good ,
digestion gives vigor to resist disease. PAN-A-CE-A pre
vents food fermentation that's where- most of tho bowel
troubles start. PAN-A-CE-A prevents and curc3 gapes, in
digestion, diarrhea, leg weakness. PAN-A-CE-A your chicks
and then watch them feather. A PAN-A-CE-A cluck will
out-feather a non-PAN-A-CE-A chick every tlmo.
Dr. Hess Poultry PAN-A-CE-A makes chicks grow.
,.Chas. L. Cotting, Druggist.
Tell uf how much stock you have. We have a pachasa to suit.
TRADE WITH THE RED CLOUD MERCHANTS WHERE
YOUR DOLLARS GO THE FART HEREST
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