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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
Hrn.i' .link- Waller vent to 1)1 jo
Hill Krin'fu morning t mkih! the aj.
H IULU IU Ud "
Mr. Lee Walker
Ed Garber was in Guide Rock Tues
Charley Lindley was down
(!. D. Bar.:' wr.s
down from Hast-
Mis. T. K. McArthur was in Guide
Isadoic Johns in spent Sumla" with
it lends at Hastings.
Sam Saunders was (Town
Giand Island Wednesday.
Tor Sale or Kent the Mrs. A. A. Pop"
property.-(J W. Hutchison
Miss Nina Simons was a passenger
to York Saturday morning.
Miss Mildred Boicn was a passen
ger to Cow'cs Monday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Runchey weie
down from Kearney Wednesday.
Mis- Myrtle Gelwick went to Hast
ings. Monday morning on train 4.
Yellowstone National Park
in Gardiner, out Cody
Roosevelt said: "The geysers,
the extraordinary hot springs,
the lakes, the mountains, the
canyons, the cataracts unite to
make this region something not
wholly paralleled elsewhere on
These and a thousand other
wonders found nowhere else
on earth, plus the thrilling
grandeur of the Cody Road
through the Buffalo Bill coun
trythe land you will never
That is Yellowstone Park on
a Burlington-Planned Vacation.
The ideal and complete tour
of Yellowstone Park is in
Gardiner, out Cody because
in no other way can the visitor
gain the advantage of viewing
the thrilling scenes between
these rail gateways and the
Park proper, or see the wonders
within the Park in the order of
their increasing importance.
Nature's grand climax comes
where it belongs. Ask anyone
who has made the trip.
This unforgettable ninety
mile motor trip is included in
your Burlington tpur without
side trip, extra 'transportation
cost or bother.
Via the Burlington, on a
round trip ticket to Yellowstone
alone, you can, without extra
rail cost, visit Denver and the
Peak region. You can, at small
cost, visit peaceful and beauti
ful Rocky Mountain National
Estes Park, Colorado Glaciers,
Clear Creek, and Platte Canyon
resort regions, the world-re
nowned Royal Gorge and other
delightful Colorado pleasure
spots. Two weeks, if that is
your limit, is ample time for a
glorious vacation, but three
would be better, in the land of
The low cost of the trip will
If you are going farther West,
you can conveniently visit
Glacier or other National Parks
en route. No matter where
you want to go West the
Burlington can take you there
its service is at your service
throughout the entire West.
Let me help you
plan your trip.
N. B. BUSH
' Ticket Agent
Miss Mildred Hone wa- a pa"sen
gor to Hastings Saturday morning.
Hn.ry Sri.', and Wall o Walgien
wcic in Hastings the first of the week
Mm. Sad!c Williams of Omaha is
here visiting for a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. C. A Shceley arc the
paicnts of a baby girl born Saturday
The Red Ootid ball tc&m goes t
Alma Sunday for "a gnr.-.c with the
Roy G. Hassingcr went la Hast
ings Saturday moining for a vi'-il
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fearn and on,
Glen and wife moved to Wilcox the
first of the week.
Rev. and Mrs. D. E. McGregor and
children weic passengers to St. Joe
Mrs. Clyde Smith went to Blue Hill
Saturday morning to spend the day
visiting with relatives.
C. F. Cathcr went to Hastings Mon
day morning to spend the day attend
ing to business matters.
E. S. Garber went tn Hast'ngs Fri
day morning to spend the day attend
ing to bus'ness matters.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Barrett of Su
perior are the parents of a baby boy,
born Thursday morning.
Wm. Hayes went to Hastings Mon
day morning to .spend the day, re
turning heme that evening.
E. H. Newhouse autoed to Nebra
ka City Wednesday to accompany his
daughter, Miss Pearl, home.
I have a fresh supply of Dip on
hand now, 1.30 per gallon without
can, 51.45 with can. J. E. Burrcss
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Starke depart
ed Saturday morning for eastern
cities, where they will enjoy an outing
Mrs. John Aniell and baby and
Mr. Grace Wolfe went to Hastings
Tuesday morning to spend the day.
Mrs. Frank Huffer and daughters,
Misses May and Elsie went to Hast
ings Fiiday morning to spend the day
Walter Scott, formerly of Blue Hill
but now residing at Mullcr, was in the
city Sunday attending the ball game.
The fire depnitment ha purchased
a new steel CO foot tower o place the
fire bell on and it will be elected next
E. I'. Siawson went to Superior
Thursday evening on train 10 after
spending a few days here with his
Mrs. H. M Heard went to Hebron
Wedne-day morning to spend n few
days visiting there with relatives and
Grant Turner was in Wilcox Mon
day and brought 15. 0. Burden's
household goods to this city via the
Mrs C. B. Steward and childicn left
for Lincoln Friday morning on train
1 where they will make their borne in
Rev. S. Hardman and family ictt
Monday afternoon for Arapahoe
where they will make their home in
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stevens autoed
down from Hastings Sunday morn
ing to spend the day visiting with
Wo nre now propnred to give reason,
able terms on both Now nnd Used Cars
payable monthly or in n lump sum.
J. W. Linn returned home Satur
day evening from Chicago, where he
attended the National Theatre Own
Miss Florence Mouagort went to
Pawnee City Saturday morning on
train 1G wheic she will spend the
Donald Funk lcturned to Hastings
Fridny morning on train 4 after spend
ing a couple of days here at the home
of Mrs. G. Hummel.
C. T. Smith left Cynthiana, Ken
tucky, Saturday morning, he having
received word of the very serious ill
neia Vf his 'mother. '
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T M mmm B I
The "Big Idea" in our
Clothing Business is to
think more about what we
give to the man who buys
our Clothes than we think
about what he gives us.
We DO sell cheaper.
Come in and see us.
STAR CLOTHING CO.
Chas. Conrad returned to his home
in Hastings" Thursday morning after
a couple of days spent here attend
ing to business matters.
Mrs. Galagcn, who has been mak
ing her home here with her daughter,
Mrs. W. H. McBridc, went to Kearney
Friday morning for a visit.
C. D Steward went to Grand Is
land Thursday evening on train 17
after spending a duple of days hero
r.tionding to business matters.
Mrs. F I.. Morhart returned home
Tlrursday evening on train 17 front
Lincoln where s-he has been spending
the past few days with fn'cds.
F. A Hildcbrandt 1 aded his house
hold goods out Tuesday for Steele
City, while he and his family will go
tooi. to make thr-ir future home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crow of Ropub
Mean Uity arrived heic Wednesday
morning to spend the day with their
son, Hark Cmv and with friends.
Mises (Jiritinc and .To.sophinc
Dais wont to Superior Saturda
morning where they will spend the
summer vacation with their mother
The ball fans of Inavale vc..
tieatcd to a seventeen inning battle
Sunday afternoon at which time the
Lawrence team won the game by a
score of 13 to 9.
.las. Keagle accompanied Rjbcrt
Stokes to Hastings Monday whcie
the latter took the train to Lincoln
ho being called there by tlic scriou.
i'luoss of hi-, wife.
The Rcpublicir.i river was the high
est the last of the week that it has
been since 1915. Considerable live
stock and farm implements were seen
floating down the r.tieam.
The Arington Stock, Cb., are play
ing a week's stand here this week.
The Synco Novelty Boys Orchestra
are furnishing the music and the
plays are pleasing the pe-ple.
Robert Stokes returned homo Fii
day evening from Lincoln, where he
accompanied his wife the first of the
week for medical treatment in one
of the hospitals of that city.
STRANGERS BEWARE. Our prlc
es on ilUhos are so low that you emit
help but buy them if you see them.
Johnson & Gr.ihntn Furn., Co , Red
Cloud, Nebr Wo sell them for loss.
G. F. Doering, regular trick opera
tor at the depot, but who has been
off several months on account of ill
health, spent several hours in this city
Monday, returning to Esbon that
evening whcie they are living with
Mrs.' Cecil Essig of Yuma, Colo
rado, arrived hero the middle of lat
week to spend a couple of weeks visit
ing with her parcnf.. Mr. and Mrs
P. A. Jcrnbcrg and with her sister,
Mrs. R. Robinson, who has been here
for the past three weeks, i
Mly 'i!ap YELLOW PENCIL ias.mAicmNmuoTimciwTwiS7l
Zi?Ar'r r ncAini v Acu vnnrttc -V.THE largest PENaLrAaomff
, s EAGLE PENCIL CO. NEWYORKM.S.A?s e wqruT
Here is an Event You Have Been Looking for &
(f To Make Room ior 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 oi stock so do not
delay. These are all new goods bought this spring.
II. C. Gellatly was a passenger to
Hastings Wednesday morning whcie
he will visit for a short time with
lelativcs going to Lincoln from theie
for a short visit with Mrs. Gcllatly.
She will not leturn home for a few
Mrs. K. L. Patrick and son lelurn
ed to their home in Omaha Saturday
morning on train -1. They have been
hero for the past couple of weeks
visiting at the home of her father, Dr.
II. Oook and with old friends.
Mrs. H. C Gcllatly went to Hast
ings Friday morning where she will
make a short visit with ucr paient-i,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Malonc. She in
tends spending a few days In Lincoln
with friends befoie returing home.
Ye , Garber's
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper. Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
mWiM am mWSSr ommmm mma
JLl---, v-T, -g J
Get in the Well Dressed Grck
CONQl'EST OF WHEAT RUST
Hope for a substanial reduction in
the amount cf loss which the farmers
of this region annually suffer from
the black wheat rust is held out by
Dr. E. C. Stakman. This promise,
however, has only limited application.
The barberry campaign :s not com
pleted. There are localities .where
the bush sti'l thiives and still menaces
the crops But in those districts
where the eradication has been com
plctc, there should be a distinctrgaln
at thf nest harvest, other things be
ing equal. The campaign will , not
have covered the Northwest until the
10121 season, and there remains
enough barberry, particularly in
North and South Dakota, to cause one
of the dicad epidemics if weather
conditions are from the point of view
of the hungry rust fungus, right.
The moial is plain. The campaign
mu'.t go on with all possible vigor,
which means that not only must the
state and Federal agents do heir part,
asUiey undoubtedly wjll,,but the (arm
crs must co-operate. .Scientists have
larcly agreed witli the same unariimi-
111 W to
Vf rTf to
i v ; to
" V to
ty as dj the p'anl pathologists on the
merits of the strategy which has been
adopted against the black ru;t. The
l elation between the barberry bush
and the black stem rust has been posi
tively established, and, if science did
not have all the proofs it needs in the
laboratory, the experience of the
European sections where eradication
of the bush has been followed by v.
complete elimination of the des-case,
would be positive proof that the state
and Federal gDvernmcnts are on the
It c.mnot be promised that when
the last bush is uprooted in tills ter
ritory, the black stem rust .will be
no more, for the southern winds cer-
tninly do carry the di.-casc nqrfh from
the fields where the life cycle of the
destructive fungus is not dcpenden1
upon the snmc barberry phase as heir
but the danger pf serious loss w'l
have been dissinated.
Mr. nnd Mrs Wm. Thonins apont
Wednesday with tholr daughter, Mrs.
J. E. Jarboe, who Is In n .hospital ut
Hastings. .They -rep'orf ' 'that sho Is
improving nnd will probably bo
brought to their home neNtLweek.
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