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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JUNE 14. 1J23
IN ALL THE NEW SHAPES AND STYLES
$1.50 to $4.00
Fiddling Coitiit Rules (Defeated Guide Rock Again
All entrants must nave been residents
Wudnesday afternoon the Rod Cloud
II 4 HPO TyW Vm "fWehuer, Nuckolls or KratiWIin count, ball testn went to Guide Rook where
U it I V I4I f j i ie. NVbr.iskH, or Republic, .l-ell or tbe played a return game with the
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SI'S .,1 ;....... ....... 1. . ' ,r . Mavy hitting for our team RedCloud
p 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
l( Snappy Young Men's Suits, in all the new
raoncs ana raoaeis, pncea irom
$19.50 to $42.50
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
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All entrants mu.t ba er 15 years of ,
Age an play by cr onlr, no nous read
Entries will close ou June 20th.
No entrance fee will be churned to
Prlz-s to be awarded
1st Silver loving cup, given by J. W.
Autd and $10 In cash by Hesse Audi
torium. 2nd Slo In cash
3rd -ST 50 In cali.
The prtzi" to be awardad by judges
selected by Besse Auditorium
Tlp points upon which the "Fiddlin"
will be judged are: r '
Fiddle to be held under chin durlug
Each tiddler to be allowed to select
his own tune, the name of which
should be sent to the Hesse Auditorium
one week previous to June 23th.
Each tiddler allowed to choose li's
won b j-a score of S to 2 The Oborno
team pome here Sunday. The follow
ins is the box score:
MRS. H. MATILDA GRICE
ANSWERS SUMMONS TUESDAY
Rod Cloud A B R H Po A K
Plzer2 b 10 12 3 0
Denton s s 3 0 10 3 0
Walgreen c 1 1 3 12 1 0
Veraw lb t 0 0 8 0 0
Smith p 2 0 13 3 0
Elmore 3 b 4 2 2 110
Buffer f 3 0 0 0 0 1
Ureenhalgh cf 3 I 0 1 0 0
Polnicky If 3 1 1 0 0 1
20 5 9 27 10 2
Frlnger If 5 0 12 0 0
Shuck c f .3 0 0 I 0 0
S Matthews s s 4 00300
Losey c 4 0 o G () Q
EDeLay2b 4 0 2 3 4 0
Brown 3 b 3 0 2 13 1
B DftLay r f 4 0 1 0 0 0
Psyne lb 4 1 0 11 1 0
C Matthews p 4 12 0 10
35 2 8 27 15 1
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Webster County. Bank
E WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child-
j ' ren. adults and every one. Thrift and saving is
something that has been neglected.
We kindlv invite vou to take advantage of this 'sav-
Hlngs idea and make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
'! A s.aver is a hustler and we are for both. Bank with
7,us and you can bank on us.
f.T ,We welcome every child in the community to become
fo customer of this new department.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
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THE PICTURE YOU HAVE
iBEEN WAITING FOR
WM DOWN EAST
D. W. GRIFFITH'S MASTER PIECE SINtfE THE BIRTH
OF A NATION. THIS GREAT RURAL COMEDY DRAMA,
HAS BEEN iSHOWING IN THE, LARGER CITIES AT
PRICES RANGING FROM $1.00 TO ?2.00 AND TAX.
IT WILL BE SHOWN AT
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
- Friday -
AT HARD TIMES PRICES
40c and Tax - 20c and Tax
MATINEE, SATURDAY 3 P. M.
Death brought to a .close the suf
fering patiently endured, for months
past, by Mrs. B. M. Grice, at tho
home In the Second Ward on Tuesi-
day morning andinher passing '(her
community loses one , 01 ita most
promihent personages of pioneer days..
B. itatilda Taylor was born in Sul-
'llivan county, Indiana, on July 3, 1839.
On Dpcember 6, 1845, the family
moverf-to Rockwell, Kankakee county,
Illinois and on November 21, 1857 at
Joliet, Illinois, she was united in
marriage to Daniel G. Grice. To this
union was born five children Will,
dying in infancy and Fred at the age
of 3 years, while his father was in
the Civil War service. H. E. Grice,
now residing at Arcadia, California,
F. J. Grice of this, city and Mrs.
Mary L. Rutlcdge of Inavale survive
Mrs. Grice is the third of the guests
of the Sunset Social held last fall, to
pas3 away. She was the oldest
woman present on that occasion, and
was, one of the earliest settlers of
the divide nortwest of the city,, where
with,, her husband and children she
resided for many years. In 1882 she
taught school in District 65.
i A woman is best Iconwn to the
public through her husband and chil
dren. Her husband served with credit
as county supervisor during the peri
od when the county was under town
ship organization. After his death,
in 1892, Mrs. Grice, with her two
sMis, Herbert and "Flave," and
daughter, Mary, removed to this city,
where the boys became engaged in
the drug business.
It is not too much to 8ay that there
is no man in Red Cloud who has a
larger place in the affections of the
pe?ple of this neighborhood than her
At this moment all hearts are
touched with sympathy for him who
I shielded and comforted the last years
of his mother's life and gave her all
the respect due to a mother and the
affection a parent lavishes upon a
Her daughter Mrs. John Rutledge,
has been a frequent, and at nil times,
a willing and efficient nssistant.
At the age of 10 years Mrs. Grice
united with the Methodist church, re
maining in this faith until her mar-
husband in membership with the
.United Brethren. In the latter years
,of her life, however, she became a
member of the Grace Episcopal
church, at which plnce funeral scrv
,ices will be conducted on tomorrow,
Walgreen. E. Delay. Frlnger
flee bits Huff, Denton, Pi.er.
plus Pizer to Versaw, E DeLay to S.
Mftfttfews. ( Bases on balls by Smith 3,
off Matthews 4. Struck oat by Smith
LlOrMstthews 5. Stolen bases Polnloky
2. E. DeLav 1. Lieft on pases Guide
Rock 9, RCd Cloud 3. Umpires' Powell
and Coaford. "
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
PART OF THE PROGRAM
FOR THE BIG CELEBRATION
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hmarsm In Connection
Bft Sarvlct to Othara Mmm RdHapplnU'tp.AiralvM.
RED' CLOUD. NEB
Tiie following is a partial outline
of the program mapped, out for the
big celebration Thursday, June 28th,
says yesterday's Besse Auditorium
Magazine and Program.
10-.00 to 11:59 a. m. races, sports
and awarding prizes; getting the old
settlers who were here previous to
1874 to register and get badges and
tickets for free dinner and free ticket
to matinee picture for themselves and
family. Music by band and orchestra.
1:30 p. m. band music and old set
t'ers reunion in Besse Auditorium,
where everybody will be treated to a
feast of speech and music of the old
time variety; 4:30 Fiddlers' contest
for fiddlers over 45 years of age.
All the f'ddlers in th'13 contest to
be eligible for the Big Fiddlin' con
test in the evening.
Free old time platform dance.
4:00 p. m. ball game on Starke
field, Guide Rock vs Red Cloud.
4:15 to 6:30 picture matinee at
This Middy Has three-In-One
Just to add to the Joy of life, Fred
Henderson, of the Palace Bakery of
fers fjfty dollars in cash to the couple
or couples getting married in front
of the Palace Bakery during the big
ce'ebra'tion here Thuixlny, June 28th,
says yesterday's Besse Auditorium
Magazine mid Program. Write Fred
Henderson, I'alace Bakery, Red Cloud,
Nebiaska for full particulars and
...l.lln ii-nitimr fnf 4llA IIIKH'fl' toll
Thursday afternoon, at 2:30, after vmu. best , how much you lovelier
M wmen iniermeni win u muue uuamu . . , ... . f. .,,..
fl i ii i t ti i. ..... and convince her this Is the piopei
-1 1 her husband in the city cemetery. , . . . Mnm.i0,i
ni Wednesday's Commercial Advertiser. t"" and. place to get man led.
8:00 the Big Fiddlin' contest and
picture at Besse Auditorium.
Awarding loving cup and cash
prizes of fiddler's contest.
There will also be a dance in Besse
Auditorium hall beginning at 9 p. m.
with a cracker jack orchestra to sup
ply the music.
It is expected that we will have a
merry-go-round and other sports for
THURSDAY THE DAY
HERE THE PLACE
May Be Worn Regulation
Rolled Up Co-Ed Style
Adjusted Hip Length with
Buttons and Elastic Loops
We Have the "Bob Evans"
In the Twills, Cotton Pongee and
Silk Pongee- All Sizes
R. P. WEESNER CO.
First Permanent Photographs.
About one hundred jenrs ago the first
permanent photographs wens secured
by n Frcnchmnn named Nlopce. In 1830
Nlepce entered luto partnership with
Dagnerre, whose namo Is remembered
The Farmers Union Elevator will be
closed Wednesday, Thursday and Fri
day, June 21, 22. 23, while the equip,
ment Is being repaired.
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