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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 14, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. OHIEP
R AS TOLD TO US
Tlic C.unty Board of Equalization
is in scscion this week.
J. M. Hewitt was a passenger
Air.'oia Thursday morning.
We Hie now prepared to give reascr
able tonus on both New inn) t'ed Cats
payable monthly or In h lump sum.
The Ied Cloml ball te.-.n will go to
Superior nest Wednesday afternoon
where they will play a return game
with tl.e club there.
C. L. C.tting was a passenger to
Hastings Tuesday morning.
Jus. Gouldic was a passenger
Blue Hill Monday morning.
J. C. Mitchell went to Hastings
Monday moining to spend the day.
Postmaster Frank Britton of Blue
Hill was in the city Monday evening.
Fred Mandcvillc, Deputy United
Marshal, was in the city Thursday
Mr. Kitty Hansen and children
left Wednesday evening for Now Yolk
City wheie they will spend the sum
mer with relatives of heis.
Boy Ha.-singcr and h's nnther
wcic t-ns-sengers to l!attng Monday
morning wheie they will spend a
co"ple of diys with iclntlves.
Flay Fcarn icturned to Havelock
the first of the week after spend'ng
a few days here with his
Mr. and Mrs. Fied Fearn.
Uadorc Joirson and Dr. I!. S. Mar
tin aic piepnr ng to Icr.vo within a
few days via auto for Yellowstone
i'aik wl c-e t" c- wi'l enjoy an outing.
Ike is getting the cooking uten-ils in
leadincv, wh le D c has boon b isy oil
ing ui) h's tru.-ty lifle. Those who
know these bachelors bet arc betting
that tliey will do more 'hooting with
a kodak than a rifle.
Issidoic Johnson was convinced Mn
day evening that a F rd car can go
where a Dodge can. Ho had a bet
up with Bob McBride that the latter
could not dike Iih Ford truigh to
inavale Bob went through the mud
holes and alo completed the trin to
Inavale tint relieving "Alkali Ike"
of some i hi extra c'anno.
I Lj mm't C " YELLOW PENCIL VlittCLmAicrr.CMWMooTKiucwiraM
II 1 4Z nuitiifo RED BAND made .by I
-.f -. r " m m-m , 0 m t ii ' t'iS" , " Sv'" -J2
Mrs. F. W. Cowdcn and Mis Rachel
wcic passengers io Hastings Monday
Attorney and Mrs. H. S.
passengers to Hastings
Both of the girls Sewing Cubs
will meet at the couit house Saturday
Claude Pierce went to Kearney
Tuesday morning to spend a few days
attending the Sunday School Cnven
t!on being he'd there this week.
Attorney B. W. Stewart went to
Loup C'ty Tuesday m Tiling on tiain
4 where he will sncntl a few days at
tending to legal business matters.
George Harris, W. G. Hamilton and
.John Havel were in Guide Rock Tues
Miss Muriel Fisher went to Su
perior Monday morning to spend the
day with friends.
Lew Etherton of Republican City
spent the iirst of the week here with
relatives and friends.
Mrs. Ed Piatt and daughter, Mar
ion, were passengers xo Hastings
Mrs. L. W. Brcakey went to Grand
Island Saturday moining on train 4
to spend a couple of weeks visiting
at the home cf her son, Robert.
The Burlington had considerable
trouble in this vicinitv Monday. On
account of washouts on the Hastings
branch and cue about tin oc miles
west of here it was necessary to de
tour No. 14 via Lincoln. .No. 17 ot
Sunday night and Xo. 15 of that
morning both went through here about
7 a. m , they being washed out tnore.
No. 4 was only th'rty minutes late
out o( here, a work tiain and large
ciew of men having put the track in
shape north of hcie by 10 o'clock
Mi.-s Millicent Slahy of McCook
has been heie for the past few day.,
visiting at the home of her sisters,
Mrs. A. Clark and Mrs. Thcs. Kral-lick.
Claience Kizer has received word
from his father, S. B. Kizer, who has
been spending several months in Cal
ifornia, stating that he is enroutc
M'ss Hallie Summers went to Hast
ings Saturday morning to spend the
day visiting with friends.
Misses Vclma and Edith
were pas.-engers to Hastin;
nesday morning on train 4.
Miss Muriel FMier went to Blue
Hill Thursday morning to spend the
-day viHting with fr'end.
A Question of Antiquity.
As one of tin- talcs of the groat un
wnshed, It might h- told tluit on one
of the grimy windows of ilic- Indiana
stati'liouso is tin following Inscrip
tion: "Sherman marched to the -ca ester
day." Inasmuch ns the stntehctise was
built since the day after General Sher
man ended his historic hike. It Is be
lieved that the Inscription Is the work
of some wag and not that (f a historian.-
W. B. Smith was in Guide Rock
i..ursday afternoon ami assisted the
Signal foice in printing the paper
while Harry Vaughan is in the hos
' Fvank'Tennant returned to his home
in Trenton Tuesday evening on tram
17 .after spending the past few day
here at the home of Mi. and Mrs. 0.
Mrs. Ruth Linn returned to Su
perior Monday moining after spend
ing a couple vf days heir.
Mr-!. Mary Polnjcky went to Hast
ings Thursday morning on train 4 to
spend Hie day with friem's.
Sec Dr. Warrick the specialist at
Dr. Damerell's, Monday, June 2o,
Hours 2 to G. Glas.-es fitted.
G. J. Warren went to Hastings
Thursday morning to spend the day
attending to business matters.
Mr. Frederick Wells and baby ai
rived here Monday evening from Lin
coln to spend a couple of weeks viit
ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
0. 0. Teel.
"Do man dat thinks he knows
enough to run no earth," snld Uncle
Eben. "In nios' cases don't .actually
know enough to drive a mule or put
n tire on a flivver." ' t
Here is an Event You Have Been Looking for
To Make Room for 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 of stock so do not
delay. These are all new goods bought this spring.
Mrs. A. E. Boles icturned home Sun
day morning on train 10 from Frank
l'n where she has beo.i spending the
past few days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Arnold.
Mrs. Win. Lain went to Omaha
Thursday niorn'ng to spend a couple
of weeks visiting with relatives.
Art Nelson returned home from
Minden Tuesday evening wheie' he
had been installing a heating plant.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Saladen came
in Sunday morning ivm Alma to
spend the day visiting with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Fail Saladen arrived
here Monday evening from Iowa to
spend si few weeks visiting with his
brother Wallace rind Dewey and
with other relative.
One car'oad of hogs was shipped
from heie Sunday morning. Theic
were two hundred and twenty-six
cars of .-.tock through lice Sunday
morirng handled in four trains.
Going via llic Pacific Northwest
Reluming frcm California
The Low Cost of the Trip
Will Surprise You
It is an experience of a lifetime
to beoine acquainted with the groat
storehouses of scenic, climatic, sigr.
cultura', industrial and other wealth
in the. Pacific Northwest and Ca1'
fornia. In making such a tiip, it is both
natural and logical for one ti sclent
that outc on which the most and the
be.t of the astounding wonders in our
fascinating West can be viewed fioin
the car w'tnbw.
To the end that Burlington pation.s
ing the past few days here visiting 'may reap the fullest possible mcasuic
Kfgulnr services every first and tbiid
siundiiy in the month In tlio Adventist
cliuich at 11 a in.
Profiling nt 11 n. in.
Milijeot: "Is it enough to be billed e
iu une Faith?"
You are eordltilly luviU'd to nttend
O R. Hcinit, Pastor.
Ploco Oils Mowing Machine Repairs
McCormick and Deering Sickles $3 to $3.25
Am Dm Stanley
Mr. and Mis. "William Jarboc ic
turned to their home at Lincoln Tues
day morning on train I after spend
Hiu. m., Sunday M'hool.
1ti:flu Ghildions Day I'lograni.
s ii. in Progrnni and Exhibit
Vncutli ii Bible School rH
.... .-.T Ii. ....... ...klt. i. 1.1 .i.i.rl
tlv.oad,tb.,CI,illr,n"s D,,y I'rognun ! W C unity Extcnson Agent Henry
wit.-, post pulled to .Sunday n. in. next. ' '
The Vncation Bill.; School elms Fri.
.luv .mm. Tlio closing n.wra.u ot i Meeting of Home Dcpaitment
,!.. j, Z.
FARM ni'UEMT NlVlES
songs, stoib's, seripturcs. eto. und thu, Webster County Farm Bureau Fri-
oxhibitof w.n-lc dono will bo given .i:a;', .nine nii ai 10 a. in., in u.u
Sunday evening next. The oxhlbit will Jc uit house sit Red Cloud. Each or
onisiht of tlie note honks and objects ganized women's club in the county
inado iiy the pupils of the suliool. An 'should elect two delegates. As many
offering to aid in defraying tlio e.- more as want ti, can attend.
for the same.
Fred Guild went to Hastings Sat
in day morning sifter spending a short
time here attending to business matters.
Mrs. Ella Ross went to Hastings
Wednesday morning to spend a couple
of days visiting with friends and rel
Mrs. E. A. Creighton went to Hast
ings Tuesday morning to spend the
day, returning home on No. 11 that
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Operator I. D. Hewitt arrived heie
Saturday morning to work second
trick for a couple of weeks, while Mr.
Thompson is visiting with relatives
in Limn, Ohio. Mr. Thompson left
on No. 171 Snturdav afternoon.
. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Chaney, who
have been here for the past few days
visiting with old friends, went to Su
perior Sunday morn'ng where they
will visit for a short time before re
turning to their home in Fremont.
Miss Anna Stumpenhorst was a
passenger to Blue Hill Saturday
morning where she spent Sunduy with
Mrs. John Ryan went to Greeley
Center Wednesday morning where
she will spend a few weeks visiting
George Schaaf returned home from
Omaha the last of the week where
he attended the Funeral Dircstors
Mrs. Cfarl Jernberg and baby re
turned to their home at Akron, Colo
rado, Saturday morning on No. 15
after spending the pnst couple of
weeks heie visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Jernberg and
Mrs. Ris.sa Cox went to Kcarucy
Tuesday moripng to attend tlio Sun
day School Convention being held
theic this week.
E. L. Murnaham and wife of Chi
cago have been .spending the past
week here with -his brother, -Jim Mur
naham and "fnmi'y.. i ' -
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bert and two
children have been here for the past
few days visiting at the home of her
sister, Mrs. 0. R. B'yce. They are
enroutc via auto from Glenrock, Wy
oming, to Topeka Kansas, where they
will make their future home.
Mrs. I. D. Richardon and twojson
sturted on their way to Los Angeles.
California, Thursdav morning where
they will make their futuio home,
Mr. Richardson having gone thco .-cv
oral weeks ago. They are making
the-trip in the new Studebaker sedan
rcMntly -purchased here.
ot delight, benefit and inspiration
which such a wonderful trip afford.,
schedules have been developed and
perfected via two widely different
routes so that the most of the best
scenery is passed during daylight
Through the combination of these
two routes par excellence into one
grand circle tour ox our impressive
and progressive West, you can travel
several thousand miles, through a
dozen great states, on one ticket. You
can sec practically every kind of
scenery, every phase of topography,
every variety of plant life, every
species of animal life, ever sort of
mineral wealth, and every beauty of
landscape that the entire American
Aside from the broadened vision
which travel only can give, sucli a
trip may take you to the land of
your dreams, to a home in this
wonderland of natural beauties, to
an opportunity in this wonderland
of natural wealth, with a future wide
Lot me tell you more about it and
'et jur home-town railroad intro
il.'c cu this summer.
punscb of tlio Mihool will lie lifted.
Bible sjlioul nt It) u. in.
Morning Service at 11 a in. Subject:
"An appeal to reason".
At the owning hour the, postponed
Children's Day service will be ubsuiv
ed. The entile progiuni will lie given
hs prepared for lust Sunday evening.
Daily Vacation llllilo School begins
on Monday at tlio M E. church; a largo
attendance is expected.
Geuerul PiHyumnd Conference meet
ing of the Church on Wednesduy even
ing at 8 o'clock.
Cordial iuvitat ion to all not attend,
I W. Bdson, Pa.stor.
"It is good that a man should hope
and quietly wait for the salvutlon of
On account of the much "dampness"
labt Sunday evening our Children's
Day Program was postponed one week.
Come and henr the children next Sun
day evening at eight o'clock.
Virginia Caldwell, Naouiti Corner,
Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Nelson are attend
ing tlie Stato Sunday School Convent
Ion at Kearney, tbia week.
Though it was somewhat rainy last
Friday evening, yet nlnotcon young
people gathered at the Parsonage and
spent a delightful social evening. The
young people were kept busy the first
pait of the evening with various con
tests. Mildred Pope's side succeeded
in carrying oir the honors, but l'Vrn
Diedei iuh' "lineup" won many points
and iniide it Interesting at all times.
Refreshments wero served consisting
of ice cre.ini and cake Those enter
taining woio Mrs. Risa Cox und .Rev
and Mrs. Nelson.
N. B. BUSH,
Mrs. II. E. Thomas, Webber coun
ty's delegate to Home Economics meet
ing at Lincoln Isist January will give
Plans will be inside for the millin
ery school which will be held in Aug
Following is a copy of "Suggested
Constitution for Home Department of
Webster County Farm Bureau." This
was written by Miss Mather, Ex
tension Director of Home Department
after her vi.sit to Webster county
ARTICLE 1 NAME
The name of this organization shall
be the Home Department of the Web
ster County Farm Bureau.
ARTICLE II OBJECT
The object of this organization shall
1. To unify all efforts toward the
betterment of the home und the com
munity through n county organization
2 To cooperate with the county
extension agent in his efforts to con
duct demonstrations illustrative of
good agriculture and housekeeping
.L To assist the boys and girls in
the'r rspprociation of rural life thru
an organized club in every community
a ivrrsr v nr mwmiipixjiiip
The membership of this organiza
tion shall constitute any organized
gioup of women of the county who
shall apply for such membership w'th
Lie idea of doing extension work.
A RTICLE V MEETINGS
Section 1 Th's organizati n 'hall
meet twice n year or tut. often us the
executive committee, shall deem ad
visable. The county agent may re
quest a specialist from the Extension
Service to meet with the organization
semi-annua'ly for s mho specific work
or to sulvise on future activities.
Section 2 Individual qommunit)
meetings with spcciuliHts-1 nhnll be ar
ranged for at' the time of the semi
annual or animal meetings. The
work with the- s-mecisilisba shall be
considered a psirt of the year's pro
gram of work: Project leaders thall be
appo'ntcd for each phage of work
adopted by thccominuimy. The pro
jeet leaders will report upon blanks
furnished by the agent the progress
cf the work as it continues.
Section !5 Each organized women's
club in the county may elect two de'e-
gates who wijl have voting power at
the county meetings.
BILL BOOSTER SAYS
Geo. W Hutchison
Real Estate Farm Loans
Red Cloud, . :-: Nebr.
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ARTICLE IV OFFICERS
Section 1 The officers of this or
ganization shall consi.st of president,
vice president and secretary treasurer
who Miall be elected to servo for one
Section 2 The duties of the offi- I
cers shall ho such as usually perta n
to such offices.
Section y The officers, of tills or
ganization h-liull constitute an execu
tive committee which shall determine
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