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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, OHTEF
yiKKKKKkWWJSW O.io onilo.id of hog was
K from here Sunday morning
AS TOLD TO US -Kan- Cit mmkct.
V. J. L'nn was a pas.-cngcr to Hast
ings Friday morning.
Cha?. Harris was a passenger
Hastings Tuesday morning.
Glen M -untford-was a passenger to
Cowlos Wednesday morning.
Sheriff Jack Waller returned home
Friday night from Hastings.-.
For Salt or Kent the Mrs. A. A. 1'opo
property.- (! V. Hutchison
(Hen Fearn has purcoacd a new
Chevrolet car of Oglcvie Bio..
The Red Oloud Public Schools close
Friday for the summer vacation.
Dr. C. E. Cross of Franklin spent
Saturday here visiting with friends.
Mrs Pete Nelson of McJool; is here
v'siting f-r a few days at the homo
of her t-on, Ray Nelson.
l.itf. uu.ii, tr nk the le pv on
the Methodist ch uli Tuo-da. morn
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson of
Denver nrc visit'ng her parents, Mr.
atul Mrs. F. G. Turitute.
Judge L. II. Blucklcdgo went to
Lincoln Sunday morning after spend
ing the past few days hero.
James Mcintosh went to Hastings
Saturday morning tj spend the day
attending to business matters.
I have a fresh supply of Dip on
hand now, $1.30 per gallon without
can, $1.15 with can. J. E. Burros
Lee J.hnston was a passenger to
Hastings Monday afternoon on the
Mrs. Robert Stokes was taken to
Lincoln Monday morning for medical
Raymond Turnuie is In the city
visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. F.
Wm. Harris returned home Sat
urday evening after spending the day
in Hast' Jigs.
A baby girl arrived at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vlpond Satur
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bennett autoed
to Hastings Thursday morning to
.spend the day.
Miss Florence Peters went to Hast
ings Saturday morning to spend the
day, returning home that evening.
Mis. he.- Murrell of Fn rbuiy is
vis'ting her sister, Mrs. L. V. Wat
kins this week.
.Mr. and Mis. B. C. R "bin-on of
Superior spent Sunday heie with Mr.
and Mrs. 0 Ivor Powell.
Frank Peterson and hail Hall
went to Omaha Saturday afternoon
to attend the state gun shoot.
Fred Stnby went to McCook Wed
nesday where he will enter the ilur
linglon train soivicc us brnkenun.
J. W. Linn departed Friday for
Chicago where he will spend a few
days attcnd'ng to business mattes.
Mis. Laird Potter and baby went
to Hardy Thursday morning to spend
a couple of days visiting with her parents.
Dr. R. S. Martin was in Cowlcs
Tuesday evening, whore he. examined
several candidates for the M. W. A.
M'ss Gertrude L. Coon of St. Louis
is here spending a few weeks visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
15. 0. Burden has taken up his
iduties as plant manager of the Fann
ers' Independent Phono Co. hcie.
J. L. Mason went to Hastings Thurs
day morning to spend the day attend
ing the Shrine meeting held there.
Miss Edith McKcighan rcturne'
home Tuesday evening on train It
from Hastings where she has been
spending the past few days.
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''rfcncAtrJ rr acia vnnrtc a vTHELARCESTPENCiLrAcioRr
,n--ggg EAGLE PENCL CO. NEWYOmMS.A. in the world "
Frank Richardson arrived here
from Cheyenne, Wyoming, Sunday
morning on train 1G to spend a couple
of weeks here visiting with his family.
Mrs. J. C. Mitchell returned home
Tuesday evening from Lincoln where
she has been visiting for the part
ONE HIGH GRADE USED PIANO
FOR $150.00. ZONA BERG & SON
The Smith Center Colts played
ball at Inavale Sunday afternoon, the
latter team winning by n score of
5 to 4.
Miss Anna Gilham rturncd home
Saturday evening from Gothenburg,
where she had been teaching school
the ,past year.
The Low Cost of the Trip
Will Surprise You
If your time is limited
If you want to crowd into
two weeks, perhaps the maxi
mum vacation enjoyment
Go to Colorado!
Colorado is as big as all
New England, with Indiana
added; two-thirds is moun
tainous 100,000 square
miles contain 1 55 peaks that
are more than 13,000 feet
high. Within the state there
are 500 lakes large and
small; 6.0C0 miles of running
water. Mineral springs a
bound no one knows how
many there arc. Every rail
road line is an excursion line;
motor highways radiate in all
Obviously, in such a re
gion, vacation possibilities
are unlimited. Hero, what
ever your age, or means, or
preferences, you'll find your
vacation "as you like it."
Where to go? There are
a thousand different places!
Where to go! Any time!
This summer, when you're
tuckered and seeking es
cape from the heat and
dust, get out under the mag
nificent cool blue Colorado
sky, get the tang of the
mountain air and the spicy
smell of pine in your nos
trils, and you will not luive
to ask anyone whether it
was the right thing to do.
How to go? Oh, just
climb aboard a Burlington
luxurious limited! Colo
rado is not "Way oft yon
der," as some people think.
The journey there is both
quick and pleasant.
If you desire to continue
on to the Pacific Coast and
return via an entirely dif
ferent route, that's easily
Don't wait until the last
minute to make arrangements.
Come in and
see me about
N. B. BUSH
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Palmer of Ina
vale departed Wednesday morning
for Denver, where they will make
their future home.
YOU CAN DO BETTER in buying
your rugs, draperies, nnd dishes at
Johnson & Graham Furniture Co ,
Red Cloud. Nebr. Tbej sell them for
One hundred and seventy-one cars
of stock passed through here Sunday
morning for the Missouri river mar
kets. They were handled in three
Miss Mildred Borcn returned to
this city Satu -day evening from Cow
lcs where she had spent the day visit
ing with her parents.
Chester Roberts resigned his posi
tion with Smith Bros. & Copley the
last of the week and is now working
at the Hall garage.
Pitcher Harry Smith and catcher
Wallgreen of Hastings came down
Wednesday to join the ball team and
get the team worked out for Sunday's
Here is an Event You Have Been Looking for
To Make Room for our Summer
Stock will Close Out ALL
OF THE REGULAR PRICES
,y This is a bargain as these COATS and DRESSES were
! if l 1 1 A Jt . A . 1
au murKeu very ciose ai uie Beginning oi me season
and with this discount is lower than replacement
cost. First come will have pick o stock so do not
delay. These are all new goods bought this spring.
Fred Guild went to Blue Hill Fri
morning after spending a short time
here visit'ng at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. E. A. Creighton and with other
The storm Friday night did consid
erable damage to the farmers resid
ing on the state line and several
limbs wore broken off trees in Dr.
BE SURE TO ATTEND OUR
FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY PIANO
SALE. ALL KINDS, ALL PRICES
AND THE BEBT OF TERMS. ZONA
BERG & SON, SUPERIOR, NEBRAS
Miss Minnie Christhn returned to
her school work in Superior Sunday
morning after spending a short time
here with her mother.
r.'is. W. H. Freii. h was n pa sengov
to Omaha Th'u.lay morning whe.o
she will spend a couple of weeks vn
Ring with her toother.
Mrs. I. D. Richardson returned
home Tuesday morning on tra'n 10
after spending the past three weeks
in Los Angeles, California.
II. R. Hurst relumed to Hastings
Wednesday morning on train 1 after
spending a couple of days heic at
tending to bu iness matters.
Miss Christine Davis wont to Su
perior Saturday morning to spend a
couple of days with her mother, to
turning to her school work here Sen
H. J. Maurcr, while enjoying tin1
sociability of his friend at the club
room Moiu'uy afternoon, was taken
suddenly ill and is gctt'ng along niie
ly i't this writing.
James Duughor'.y, who has Iicm.
spend'ng the nasi few weeks here vi
iting at the home of Rev. D. Fit
goruhi was a passenger to Humhoi .'
Mr. and Mrs. Charles fjtcelo of
Lincoln returned to thoir home Sun
Kcllcv returned to this iiay morning alter spending tlio past
few days here at the limine of her
brother, Chris Ze'ss.
city Monday morning from McCook
where shj has been spending the pas:
few day. visiting with friends.
Obituary Mrs. Etherton
Emma M. Cooper was born in Illi.
mis, May 12.1S.Y.2, and passed uway at
hr hotuo in Red Cloud, May '22, Hi:.'!;
a0'U'(i lil j ears and 10 davs.
When a small gill s he came with her
parents to Valley Falls, Kansas ami
later crosed the plains to Ithiho ,
From Idaho she came to Cambridge,
Nebvasl'it. Hero she was united in
marriage with Suuiiul S. Et burton. To
this union one dauihtr wae 1km ii .
Mrs. Daisy C-anlson of Stone, Colo
imiIo. She and her husband i elided in
Ciinbiidge about, thirty years, when
tlwy caino to Rsd Cloud, Nubr., id out
a year ago.
She united with the M. E. Cluueb
in her youth and has lived a devoted
christian life. She was a loving wife
and mother. She lei.ws to mourn her
l.iis; a huubniid, a daughter, besides
other relatives and friends.
The seivuis were conducted on
Tlnustliiy afternoon fioin the Mission
by lluv. C. (5. Nelson. Tlio interment
was made In the Red Cloud cemetery.
Annual Meeting of
School Dist. No. 36
STAW HAT TIME
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Foam and his
parent, will soon move to Wilcox
where he has accepted a position as
plant chief of u telephone company.
ONE HIGH GRADE PIANO JUST
LIKE NEW, ONLY OUT A FEW
MONTHS. WRITE US FOR PRICES
AND TERM,S. ZONA BERG & SON
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Barrett returned
to Superior where ho is working for
the cement plant, Monday morning
after spend'ng Sunday here visiting
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ch.t.
At the Shrine meeting held in Hast
'ngs last Thursday Attorney F. J.
Munday was among the candidate.,
who crossed the burning bands. Sev
oral of the members from here were
Mrs. I. B. Wagoner and little girl
returned homo Saturday morning
from Scotts Bluff, where she ha, been
spending tlio past couple of weeks
visiting at the home of her brother,
Mis Fay Richardson, who has been
spending the past few months in Lin
coin attending a bus'ness college ar
rived home Saturday evening, sne
having completed her course.
BILL BOOSTER SAYS 1
W A SMILE OOGCUV COS,r
AWMWtMQ, T M&KGS WOU
FEEL, eBTTEa AMD (30OO
FOR. BUSIV1ESS -THEOMLW,
BUSIMESS VAWJ WHO POESuV
VAA-.E AHVT WHHHVoPAtPOUS
QM SKALIUG IS "TVIE
The annual meeting of School Ills
trict No ."0 will bo held at that school
house, Monday, June 11, at 1 p. in,, for
the purpose of electing olllocrs and
voting a levy for tr.xation.
B. F. Walt, Director.
SEE OUR WONDERFUL LINE OF
NEW STRAW HATS
NEW BLOCKS NEW SHADES NEW PRICES
ALSO A NEW SNAPPY LINE
YOUNG MEN'S SPORT SUITS
$18.50 to $37.50
NEW OXFORDS NEW CAPS
The Cowden-Kaley Go. Co. I
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ONE ROTARY WHITE SEWING
MACHINE, ONE SINGER SEWING
MACHINE, JJOTH AS GOOD AS
NEW. WRITE US FOR PRICES
AND TERMS. ZONA BERG & SON,
I SUPERIOR NEBRASKA.
Order and Notice of Probate
In tlio County Court of Webster Conn-
To all Persons Interested in said Estato
TAKT3 NOTICE, That a'putition has
been tiled herein, praying for tlio pro
bate of a certain written instrument,
now on lllo in this court, purporting 'o
be the last will and testament of Midi
ael Donovan, Deceased: anil that bald
instrument bu admitted to probate,
and that administration of said estate
bo granted to F. E. Mauror, as admin
istrator with the will annexed,
It is hereby ordered that you and all
persons iuteiestcd in bald matter, may
appear at the. County Couit room, in
ilm City of Red Cloud, in bitid county
an 1 htato, on the 8th day of June, lO.'.'l,
a' ten o'clock, A M. to show uiiutju if
any Micro bo, why tho prayer of the
p-Utionurs should not be granted, and
fiat notice of tho pondunc) of said I e
tit ion , and the hearing thereon, be
given to all persons Interested, by pub.
hulling a copy of this order in the Red
U oiul Uiiei, n legal woeltly nowhpaper
publifdicd in said county, for three
sucursilvo wee lis prior to mild day of
VYitucth my bund and the seal of the
County Court this i21st day of May, A:
I) VJ'2'i .
(Seal ) A. D. RA.N'NEV,
Judge of the Couuty Court.
In the BIG TENT
ONE BIG WEEK
Your Favorite Theatre Company
MAY mm AR1NGTON
- AND THE
SYNC0 NOVELTY BOYS BAND & ORCHESTRA
Presenting ALL NEW PLAYS with ALL NEW
VAUDEVILLE between the acts
LADSES FREE MONDAY NIGHT
That is -Any LADY accompanied by an escort - Either Lady
or Gentleman holduitf ONE PAID ADULT TICKET -will be AD
MITTED FREE to SEE THE OPENING PERFORMANCE.
That delightful comedy-drama in Four Acts
"MY MOTHER'S ROSARY"
Entire Change of Play and Vaudeville every night
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