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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 31, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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Red Cloud, Nebrnaktv.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Entered In the I'oMoniro nt Kcd (loud, Neb
m Socond Clnsa Mnttcr
A. B.'McAKTHUR, Editor and Owner
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I'uncrnl services for Ern.t Welsch'
wcic held nt the Christian church Sun
tlay afternoon, Ilev. C. G. Nelson in
charge. A large number of friends
and neighbors were present. The I.
O. O. F. lodge, of which the deceased
was a faithful member, conducted
their last rites at the grave.
Icyrtii Pnlverslty this your. Mo has
ben a member of MioO. O. K., the Ox
ford club and the psychology olub
while at WeMeyan
The baecalnuriito sermon waB preach
cd by Dr.,). V. (J. I'W, pnstor of the
First M E. church of Omaha. The
seniors participated Monday morning
In the senior Ivy day exercises on tho
Wesleyan campus. Tho Sunflower I'a
pcant with more- than 20U performers
was staged In tho afternoon The
graduates were initiated Into the ranks
of the alumni Monday evening at a
bitiquot when the leading speaker was
Dr. Clark A. Fulmcr of tho state de
15eipartnient of vocational education.
Tho orator lor tho thlrty.tourtn an
nual commencement was Jllshop Thorn,
us Nicholson of the Chicago atea
Wherein are centered many activities
carried by the church for the youth of
LOCAL ITEMS OF
10 YEARS AGO
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Amack nutocd
here from Scldcn, Kansns, Thursday
near which place they arc living on
a farm, to spend a few days visiting
with his parents and with friends.
s wrvlec y
Corn plowing is now In order.
Curt Evitiis has the bounclnest
Red Cloud will celebrate the glorious
fourth this voir.
Mr. J. Q Potter has leased his in
terest in Iho lied Cloud Mills, for one
yo.ir, to Mr. Dclto .imies, oroiner
It. I). Jones, tue lumDermaii.
Regular services every Hrstand third
Sunday In the mouth in the Adveutlst
church at 11a in.
Preaching at II n. m
You are cordially invited to attend
O. R. HeJnltz, Pastor
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 12 Ox
iwml relit f
ID YEARS AGO
E. II. Smith has begun to get the
stone on the groutid for a two story
building, 'iOxUU to bo be built on the
lot east of the Red Cloud Drug Storo
As n door-keeper for a traveling
showman, Charlie Potter Is a success.
On Saturday night aftor two hours
pntient waiting he collected tho full
amount of seventy-live cents.
On Saturday, fourteen teams and on
Monday five more, making nineteen,
passed through this place enroute for
Oregon. They settled in Southern
Kansas two or three years ago, and be
coming sick of the country, have start
el out to find homes in the farthorcst
E. Peters, of South Guide Rock, call
ed on Saturday last, and brings the
usual report of lino growiug crops and
general prosperity. Mr. Peters Informs
us that he will teach the school In dis
trict No i during the present summer
Also that seven families from Illinois
have settled in his neighborhood this
Immigration is still pouring in, and
every day long strings of cotton cover
ed wagons pass along the great route
of travel which passes through our
town. Many of these stop and pur
chase railroad laud In this vicinity,
while others push on to where home
stead claims are more plenty. We are
informed that good claims can yet be
had In nianv parts of the county,
though as a matter of course, it is
next to Impossible to find any with
timber and running water. Aside
from the9u drawbacks the land Is as
good as any the sun shone upon.
Illblc school at 10 a. in.
Morning Service at 11 a. in.
Communion Service after sermon in
the morning with hand of fellowship
to now member.
We join in union service nt S p. m.
in tlio Christian church with sermon
by Ilev II A Frantz All welcome.
I W. Edsun, Pastor.
Watch ye. stand fast in the
quit you like men, be strong".
We will have tho regular services
Sunday morning; but In th evening
we aro glad to welcome the Union Ser.
vice to oar church. Ilev. Frnntz of
the Bretheru Church will bring tho
message of the evening.
The Union Prayer meeting will also
be held at the Christian church.
On Friday afternoon the Missionary
Society will meet at the Par8onoge,741
North Cedar. All ladles and girls of
the church are cordially Invited. Also
any others who wish to come.
Rev Nelson left Monday morning
for Albany, Mo , to attend the Western
Chrlstlau Convention. He will return
in time for the Suuday services.
When You Have a
That demands Careful
Work and Quick Delivery
Business printing of all kins a special
ty. The same high quality o! work
manship, no matter what the size of
the job. The most reasonable price
on all work.
The Red Gload Ghief
10 YKAIIS AGO
WED., JUNE 6, 3 p.
The visitors had a team of good hitters
last year and have a salaried battery this sea
son. Matthews who pitched last year with a
fast club in Iowa, will be on the mound for
them while Losey will do the receiving behind
Children 12 to 16, 25c.
STAW HAT TIME
SEE OUR WONDERFUL LINE OF
NEW STRAW HATS
NEW BLOCKS NEW SHADES NEW PRICES
l'eto Arnold, of Inavale, purchased
n new Overland auto of Jas. Peterson,
Clyde Wiekwlre of Iuavale was at
tending to business matters in this
city on Monday.
Peter Hansen has moved his harness
shop Into the building formerly oc
cupied bv Joe Fogel.
MNb Ethel dimming left 'the first
of tho woek for Sterling. Colorado,
where she Intends to remain indefinite
Oils Fearn left Tuesday for Fairbury
where he goes to teach the boys In tho
Journal olliee ttie art of printing.
Homer Sherwood of Salt Lake City,
Utah, arrived in the city the lntter
part of tho week, called here by the
do.ith of his mother.
Mrs. Cora Kl dredge left" Friday night
for Naponee to visit her sister, Mrs.
Ed. Ciillard, before returning to her
home at LaSalle. Colo.
Harry Itoats won tho elegant Max-'
well automobile which was given as a
prizo to the person securing the most
subscribers to the Hastings Tribune.
lleibort Cook and wife of Atlanta,
Georgia, and Edward Cook and wife of
Nowata, Oklahoma arrived In tho city
tho latter part of tho week called here
by the unfortunate accident of Mrs.
Dr. Cook and daughter Miss Myra, on
last Thursday in which the former lost
Sanford Fox's horse beoamo fright
ened on Tuesday morning and ran a
way. Sanford wns thrown out of the
wagon, but was not badly injured It
Is hard luck Sanfoid, but if you must
go riding so early in the morning try
keeping a little tighter reign.
Score at Red Cloud
Why not let the vigor and fullness
of nature which is everywhere mani
fest these beautiful spring days be re
flected by the inner man? To breathe
the pure fresh nir of spiritual experi
ence and of service to mankind invigo
rates the soul and enriches the lives
of those who choose to give their best
to the present needs of humanity.
Worship and service nro vital factors
in every life. None can 1 n continue
the best service unless ho givjs due
place to worship None will long cor
tinue to worship unless he give ex
pression in daily services to his fellow
men. Let us worship on the Lord's
Day and give service seven days of
If not worshiping elsewhere will you
worship with us?
Sunday School at 10 a. in.
Morning Worship at 11 a. m.
Union Service at the Christian
Church at 8 p. m.
Next Siiudur being the first Sunday
of tho month the churches will unite
in the regular monthly union evening
service. Tills is not only for all
churche-, but for all people. Let us
join in worshiping together. The
Union Prayer Meeting on Wednesday
evening at the Christian Chinch will
brlnir blessings which you should
H. A. FKANTZ. Pastor
Dr. W.H. Mc Bride ' Dr.R. V. Nicholson
OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
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Straight tall; on Cream Separators by
Red Cloud, Nebr. '
I'AU.M IIUKHAU NOTES
NEBRASKA WOMEN PROFIT
C LOTHING INSTRUCTION
ALSO A NEW SNAPPY LINE
YOUNG MENS SPORT SUITS
$18.50 to $37.50
NEW OXFORDS NEW CAPS
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Co.
Sunday about twenty of Superior
golf players drove to Red Cloud to play
in the seven town tournament which
has recently been formed, consisting
nf Superior, Rod Cloud, Franklin,
Heaver City. Arapahoe, Campbell and
Superior played to good luck and tho
low scores were made by our players.
Two loving cups are up in competition,
one for ladies and one for men. Each
town that wins has the scoro placed on
the cups, and when the contest is over
the cups remain the property of the
winning club, Mrs. II. C. Hanua won
in Sunday's game with a scoro of fifty
for nine holes. O. R, Marshall won
for the men, shooting 18 holes with a
score of 81. Superior Express
WITH a single tool the combination wrench and
screw driver shpwn below, which is included with
every De Laval you can take it apart and set it up again
in a few minutes.
Could anything be easier or simpler?
' There are no complicated parts no chain drives, no
cog wheel puzzles, no ball bearings to get flattened or
broken. Every adjustment can be made quickly by the
man on the farm without special tools of any kind.
Such simple construction makes the Dc Laval not only
the longest lasting but
also lire easiest separator
to clean and care for.
We will sell you a Dc Laval
on terms that can't help
suiting you. Come in and
examine the machine; let us
chow you what it will do.
THE ONLY TOOL REQUIRED
WITH A NEW DE LAVAL
i ii iitji
Card of Thanks
We take this means of expressingour
sincere appreciation of tho kind sym
pathy extended to us by our many
friends at the time of the illness and
death of our beloved husband and fath
er. Wo wish to thank especially tlioso
from whom wo received the beautiful
Mrs. S. II, Johnson and family.
The average Nebraska farm woman
can cut her annual clothing hill in
half by making her own clothing from
new or renovated materials according
to Clothing workers oi the Agricu -turnl
College lSxtons'on Service.
Scho's in dress construction, dress
forms, short cuts, in sewing and in
millinery have been brought within
reach of thirty six communities with
in the first two months of 1023. Six
hundred and thirty house-wives at
tended these schools to learn fr them
selves how this work can be done.
These women will carry the informa
tion on into their neighborhood
through schools in which they will
serve as teachers instead of pupils.
Other women taught by them, in turn,
conduct schools in smaller neighbor
hoods, thus making the endless chain
This well organized system is but
an extension of the project plans used
last year. Recorded results show that
almost six thousand women made
their own dress forms in demonstra
tions last year. Over four thousand
women were reached by the instruc
tion in the use of time saving devices
and methods. One great problem con
fronting farm women especially is
the lack of time for sewing. These
short cuts in sewing, as they are call
ed by Extension workers, makes nn
hour or two worth more than n day's
time with old methods. Sixteen him
died lints were made in schools held
Inst year. It is estimated that $8,
000 or an average of $5 per hat was
saved through this work. Actuul dress
construction was supervised in thirty
eight communities with over a thou
sand women in attendance at the
schools. In each of these projects the
goal of achievement get by extension
workers at the beginning of the 1922
year was reached and passed.
SOONER OR LATER YOU WILL BUY A
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an ! kt-
H. jj n .1
Look the Old Top over and see if you don't need a
New One. Tops Made to Order.
LEE R. WALKER
Harness and Saddlery
2 Doors South oi Farmers Union.
Bell Phone 29 -:- Ind. Phone 12
TRADE WITH THE RED CLOUD MERCHANTS WHERE
YOUR DOLLARS GO THE FART HEREST
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