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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, MAY 31. 1923
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STRAW HATS FOR
IN ALL THE NEW SHAPES AND STYLES
$1.50 to $4.00
New Oxfords, Crawfords, the Newest' and Best
Quality shown in Red Cloud
$7.50 and $8.50
The Harlow Oxford, nothing better for the
$5.00 and $6.50
Snappy Young Men's Suits, in all the new
Fabrics and Models, priced from
$19.50 to $42.50
I. 0. 0. F. Elects Officers
Monthly evening- at the regular meet-
lug of Ben Adhcm lodge the following
Won Opening Game ?
Tho base ball season was duly open.
ed here Sunday afternoon at which
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tHrni, Installation will b
tirst meeting in July
Past Grand Joe Ilwitt
NoMe (iratid W. A. fatten.
Vice liruntl Porter Hale.
Trustee Grant Christy.
Delegates to Grand Lodge Ray Op
levie and E J. Ovoring Alternates,
I T Amtclc Htul Joe Hewitt.
Tlie initiatory decree will he eonferr-
held the the local club play the fast Smith
! Center team. Those who attended
were well pleased and woro indeed stir
prised that the local managers had
picked a team of real players who no
doubt will put this oity on the ball
map before tho season is well begun.
the undefeated Smith Center team
met their first defeat at the hands of
our boys who shut them out by a score
ed on three candidates next Monday of 3 to 0 in ti frame that was played
Memorial Sunday Observed
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
07 MERCHANDISE fJT THE LOWS3T T053IBLE PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
The churches united Sunday morn
ing and held Memorial services at the
Hesse Audit orium at which time a
large number wuiu in attendance. As
j -the Civil War Veterans are fast pass-
lug away only a fow of them were iu
attendance while about twentyfive of
the American Legion members weie' .. jnvc
A combined choir under the leader
ship of N. 13. Bush furnished the sing
ing. Miss Jessie Crablll was at the
piano and J. E. Itetz violouist.
Uev. Tweedy presided and Rev. Cope
gave the opeulng prayer after which
Rev. Prantz read the Scripture lesson
Rf" p.Isui ala,' offered prayer and
Rev. C G. Nelson preached a very able
sermon from the text "What Mean Ye
By This service?" The choir and audi
ence sang America after which Uev.
Hardman pronounced the benediction.
fast and full of pep hikI was the beat
that had been played here iu many
Coohrau, of Osborne, was ou tho
mound for the visitors, he striking' out
blx and walked one white Smith struck
out 12 of the vlsltois ami walked ore.
Smith Center was let down w itli three
lilt and Red Cloud secured live, two
of which were to baggar.s.
The following was tho line-up:
Butteries, Smith Center, Cochiun
Red Cloud, Smith mid
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 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.
1 THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
S C. Lineup R. C.
Cochran 1 Smith
Hayes C. Walgicn
Nilcs 1st Verson
Cutchfield 2nd Palmer
E. Hayes Ord Elmore
Delan.. S. S. Denton
M. Hayes L. F. Kaley
A. Hayes C. F. Folnicky
Barger R. P. Huff
IS MORE THAN SKIN DEED AND THOS.
KJAN MASTER PIECE
INCE'S GREAT AM-
JJJ GOES TO PROVE IT. THIS PICTURE WILL BE SflWN UNDER
? AUSPICES OF THE AMERICAN LEGION
At BESSE AUDITORIUM
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
SUNDAY and MONDAY
JUNE a JUNE 1
AT THE EXTREMELY LOW PRICE
1ST SHOW BEGINS 8 P. M.
Decoration Day Observed
Wednesday afternoon a procession
was formed consisting of the Arington
Stock Co's. band, the American Legion
tiring squad and members, old soldiers
and citizens who proceeded to the
cemetery where Commander R. S.
Martin offered prayer in memory of
the departed soldiers after which the
graves of the departed comrads were
decorated, the firing squad tired three
volleys in honor of the dead and Elton
Pope sounded taps. The people theu
returned to the Besso Auditorium
whore the program was given.
The combined ohoir under the lead
ership of N. II. Bush rendered two
appropriate songs for the occasion
after which I. W. Edson ottered prayer.
Mr. E J. Overlng delivered the ad.
dress for the occasion in his usual
pleasing manner, he dwelt on the
patriotism of the young men of this
country in the past wars, and the
audience was well pleased with his
Rev. S. Hardman was to have given
Lincoln's Gettysburg address but he
having moved away it was dispensed
witli and Dr. R. S. Martin read the list
of deceased soldierb buried in the Red
Cloud cemetery. The choir sang the
"Star Spangled Banner," after which
Rev. Edson made the closing prayer.
BIG CELEBRATION THURSDAY
JUNE 28 FOR RED CLOUD
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
E. F. Bennett drove to Friend Sun
day morning to accompany his wife
and baby home, they returning Mon
day evening. She has been there for
the past two weeks visiting with tcl-atives.
Miss Margaret Minor anived homo
Sunday morning on No. 15 from Falls
City, wheic .she lias been teaching ror
the past year, to spend the summer
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. IL
Do you remember the old fashioned
dance, and the old fashioned fiddler
who played "Turkey In The Straw,"
"Sally. Goodin" and all the old time
Well Red Oloud is going to have a
fiddlers' contest on June 28th and all
the old time fiddlers of Webster,
Nuckols und Franklin counties iu Ne
braska and Smith, Republic and
Jewell counties, Kansas, will partici
pate for some nice cash prizes and a
loving cup. The cash prizes are to he
given by W. J. Linn of the Besse
Auditorium and the loving cup by
Red Cloud business men.
If you are an old time fiddler (no
note reading violinists need apply)
ovor forty-five years of age, who
plays entirely by ear make applica
tion at once to enter contest, by
writing Besse Auditorium, Red Cloud
Only the first twenty-five qualified
applicants will be allowed to .partici
Rules governing tho contest will he
supplied to all persons desiring them.
Now don't laugh or Imagine this
is not to be a real celebration for re
ports from other parts of the country
where the?c contests arc being held
show record breaking crowds of 3000
to 10,000 people.
In addition to the fiddlin contest
a b'g base hall game, dances, old
fashioned and new fangted will be
staged nnd a program of sports and
entertainments is being arranged and
Red Cloud should be peparcd for the
biggest crowd in years.
Remember the date, Thursday, Juno
28th and watch papers and posters
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The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hears In Connection
Beit Service to Others Means Real Happiness to Ourselves.
BOTH PHONES . RED CLOUD. NEB
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Nancy Hanks Brand Gallon Peaches 75c
jpjj Gallon Loganberries, heavy pack - 75c
H Gallon Blackberries, heavy pack - - 75c
m Gallon Peaches, good quality, very
P special - - . - 50c
No. 2 1-2 Bartlett Pears - 25c
jj No. 2 1-2 Yellow Free Peaches - 25c
rjf No. 3 Gypsy Boy Sweet Potatoes,
1 special - - 18c
No. 2 Sunflower Brand -Red Kidney
Beans - - 15c
No. 3 Gypsy Boy Hominy - 13c
Try NIAGARA FLAKE LYE
Doesn't Harden in the Can
H DON'T MISS THIS PICTURE
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Mr. and .Mrs. CIia?. Shcrcr arrived
here Thursday evening on train 11
from Lincoln to spend tho summer
vacation with his nnients, Mr. and
Mrs. T. Sheier and with her mother,
Mrs. Georgia Walker.
Misses- Kay and May Saladen ar
rived here the latter part of last week
from Iowa, where they have- been
spending the winter with their broth
er, Earl. They will spend the sum
mer here with relatives.
A bulletin, 'Handling Wheat From
Field to Mailcct', written and compiled
by II M. Bainer, Director of tho South
western Wheat Improvement Associa
tion, lias just been completed. It re
presents the experience, observations
aud conclusions of many of the most
prominent wheat authorities In Ameri
ca and is characterised by the simplic
ity and brevity with which It conveys
Information of Incstlmablo value to
every individual intoiested in the pro
duction of bettor wheat Tho bulletin
can bo obtained froo of charge by writ
ing The Southwestern Wheat Improve
uient Association, 20o New York Llfo
Building, Kansas City, Missouri.
Another Car of Those
Russet Tabic Potatoes
Just Received All Nice and Solid
Mr. and Mrs J. I. Chccic and cliil
dien and Lee McAiUur departed Mon
day, via auto, for Hillshoro, Oregon,
where Mr. Cheek takes up his duties
as Plant Manager of tho Hillshoro
Telephone Co. Lee McArthur has
secured a position with this company.
J'iie Amhoy Mills shipped one car
load cf hogs from Lester to Kansas
City and Dclanoy Bros, one car of
iiogs, A. B. Crabill one car of hogs
to Kansas City nnd G. E. Coon one
carload of cattle to St. Joe from hero
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