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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, CHIEF
AS TOLD TO US "
was in Hasting?
Turner v:.s in Hebron Sun-
Fred Temple of Kansas City was in
the city Saturdov.
Art Gilbert was a
Omaha Sunday night.
Ja Hubatkn was down fror.i Rla
don SatiMty afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Low Khl; :pcn: Sun'
day at Great Ilcnd, Knnsa.-.
Jce Ellison has put up a new awn
ing in front of his billiard parlor.
Miss Hlanche- Honor was a passcn
ger to Hastings Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Foe aie the
parents of a baby boy born Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Connie Starke return
cd home the first of the week from
'r$'ss Lucille Robinson has resigned
lver position as bookkeeper at the H.
E-j Hall garage.
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'Miss Virgin'a Tate wenz to Hast
ings Wednesday morning for a short
fait with friends.
J ftitnf ItitinhAi fiMrl nii tt'AMf A
A. VUlb J1I1.11WI U.1U MM "-! vw
eynolds Wednesday morning i
spend the day with relatives.
'G. R. Beck has moved into the
Mnlurer property west of the Inde
pendent Telephone Co. building.
j 'Miss Edna Cummings went to
Erinklin Wednesday morning - to
spjnd the day visiting with friends.
1 Miss Rosa Gregersen of Mlntlen
spent Wednesday here visiting with
her sister, Miss Ebba, returning home
Waller was in Hastir.g.a
Fiod Slaby is now brnxomun on the
Hastings freight train.
Dr. K. S. Martin has had his office
re-decorated and painted.
Mrs;,JIuth Linn was n passenger
to Superior Fiiduy morning.
Dii'thdny Suit celebrating our 2.th
year. July i!-21 Cowdcn Knley Clo. Co
C. F. Gather was a passenger to
Rochester, Minnesota, Saturday mori.1
L ho five bell can now be four.: on
a now tower back of the Firemen's
A large number from here nttcrfd
ed the mito race- at Fi.v.iknn Wed
Eveictt Hawkins went to Franklin
Thursday morning to' spend a couple
of days attending to business matters
P. M. Whitehead went to Gilbert
son Saturday evening nftcr spending
the day hero attending to business
We are now prepared to give reason
able terms on both Now and Used Cars
payable monthly or in u lump sum.
Misses Alice and Mabel Pope were
passengers to Superior Thursday
Frank Mnthis was n passenger to
Colorado Springs, Wednesday morn
ing on train 15.
Rosencrans and Huffer have moved
their real estate office to the room!"
over Trine's hardware store.
Mr. Finchcr went to Burbank, Ok
lahoma, Monday morning where no
will snend a few days visiting at the
home of his brother. Jack.
Mis. Throckmorto'i wr:u to Ila-t-ings
Tuesday morning to spend the
day attending to busims; matters,
ictuining home that cver.rr.j-.
State Treasurer C. D. -Rohinson
Oliver Powell and Biuco Tloblnson tic
parted Tuesday for Clipyennc, where
they will spend a few weeks fishlr.fr.
Mr. j-no Mrs. X. B. Bush dovc to
Uoldrege Wednesday to srctul the
day visiting with their son, Lynn,
who is working for tho "urilngton as
T. R. Manley, who h:is been work
ing as night helper at the depot tor
the, pas year, went to Oxford Wed
nesday owning where ho will woik
as freight clerk in the future.
Forest Mountford wcat to Ha.-tings
Tuesday morning after spending tho
past few days here visit'ng with his
naier.ts. He will spend the summer
there woiking as intern at InglcsMc.
Word has been received hero by
friends of II. F. Thompson of his in
tention to make his futuie Iiomo in
Limn, Ohio, whore ho went atiout
tin eo-weeks ago to spend h!s vaca
Miss Sabilla McDowell accompan
ied by her mother, Mrs Noah Mc
Dowell went to Albuero.ue New Mexi
co, Tuesday evening where Miss Mc
Dowell will enter u sanitarium for a
few months treatment
F. N. Wells arrived here Wednes
day morning on train fifteen from
Lincoln to spend a few o:iys visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C.
Teel. Mrs. Wells has been here for
several weeks with her parents.
Dr. Martin and Ike Johnson return
ed home Sunday evening from a trip
to Yellowstone Park. They report a
pleasant trip and have taken tho cake
for tho biggest fish stories. Also for
pulling Fords up the nrntntnins.
Mrs. C. D. Robinson and children
returned to their homo nt Lincoln
Tuesday morning after spcnd'ng the
past couple of weeks here visiting nt
tho Oliver Powell home. Mrs. Oliver
Powell nno Miss Margaret Hoxsey ac
compar.icd them for a few days visit.
M ss Helena Rathjen returned homo
Wednesday evening from Omaha
where she has been spending the past
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold came in Thurs
day morning from Frankl'ii to spent:
the day at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. A. E. Boles.
M'ss Florence Ehly was a passen
ger to Guide Rock Friday morn'ng.
after spending the past couple of days
here with friends.
Mrs Harry Cramer and son went to
Grand Island Friday morning wliore
they will spend a few days visiting
with her parents.
W. A. Romjue went to Kansas City
Sunday morning to Spend a few days
attending to business matters.
Yellowstone National Park
iu Gardiner, out Cody
Roosevelt sold: "TIic 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
is Yellowstone Park on
a Burlington-Planned Vacation.
The ideal and complete tour
of Yellowstone Park is in
Gardiner, out Cody hecause
in no other way can the visitor
gain the advantage of viewing
the thrilling scenes between
these rail gateways and the
Park proper, or sec 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 trin is included in
your Burlington tour 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.
Misses Millie and Lctha Wolfe of
St. Francis, Kansas, have been here
for the past week v'slting with
friends and relatives.
C. A. Bourne went to Hastings 3at
urday evening to spend Sunday there
with his family, returning to his work
here Monday morning.
John Steward arrived here from
Wympre Thursday morning to spend
a few days visiting with his unc?,
Will Hines and family.
Porter Hale is now secretary of
the Red Cloud Fire Department the
writer having resigned this position
the first of the month.
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Now that warm weather
here you will need '
COOL WASH DRESSES
Have a Large Line in the
READY MADE OR PIECE GOODS
If you prefer the Piece Goods we have All Kinds
VOILES PRINTED FLAX1NS DININITIES CPEPES
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stcvons of Hast
ings spent Sunday here visiting with
his father, Clark Stevens, returning
home via auto that evening.
Mr. mid Mrs. A. ft. Gel wick am?
baby wont to Lincoln the latter part
of last week to spend a couple of
week:', visiting" with f 4 lends.
.Mrs-. Chas. Sutton of Nebraska City
is here visiting for a few days witli
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hayes
and with her sister, M"s. Minnie.
Mrs. R. V. Nicholson intends leav
ing for Los Angeles, California,
whore she will spend several wcct.s
visiting at the homo of tor brother.
Mrs. James Tnnqunry anil children
leturned to their home at Kepuhliean
Friday morning after spending Thurs
day hero with her mother, Mrs L.uit-lov
wn " "' "
The Fiddlin' Contest
and Old Settlers Meet
There were three "airload of hogs
shipped from here to the St. Joe mar
ket Sunday morning and two carloads
of cattle and six of hogs to Kansas
Mrs. Leslie Wilson of Seward Has
been here for the past few days v:s't
ing at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Rciher, and with otlicr
.Mrs. E. A. Cre'ghton returned homo
Wednesday evening from Lincoln,
where she has been spending the past
few days visiting with her sister,
Mrs. F. Guild and family.
Mrs Clarence Eshelman of McPhcr
son, Kansas, has been here for the
past few days visiting with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Goblc. She
intends returning home soon.
Mrs. Georgia Walker and son, 01
lis, were passengers to Lincoln Fri
day morning where they will spend
a few weeks visiting at the liome of
her daughter, Mrs. Chas. STicrer.
Miss Madalino Manley, who Is talc
ing a liurses course in one of the hos
piti.te in Omaha, arrived here Satur
day evening for a few days visit with
hoi parents and with ot;-er relatives.
N. B. BUSH
The flag will fly again in this city
on the pole on Webster street as
'".vcrett Milan, Mo. stopped in this
city Wednesday evening ami climbed
the pole stringing a cable thru the
Tin- big eeluliiHtion of lust Tliuihdiiy
pt-pvts what cn-.ipcn tiv boosting can '
do, iiud likewise tho I'lTuctlveiieiiH (it
our local booster organixat ion, consist
ing of tin; busiiiL'ss men of Red Cloud '
When Mr. Linn decided to (,'ive a
Fiddlin Contest nud taking all tbej
responsibility of seeing that it went
tbiough In lip-lop shape, and bad
plans well under way, tho HoosUr
Club got their beads together and dr.
cided to have mi Old .Settlei'sMcctund ,
general celebration In coniucton. 1
which was dono with the le.sult Hint '
Red Cloud Had about O.OCO visitor
that day, and a guiud mid chirius
tlmo for the old settlers, mid tho funi -ly,
lib a carnival company was 011 I and
with 11 incrrj-gn-toiiiKl, ferrts-whoel
and Humorous other things to enter
tain the cbililien 11s well as the older
About one bundled old settlers iu
gisloiL'd at the Hesse. Auditorium und
took advantago of the. free dinner and
free movio tickets.
Joe McCrnckeii, tho only entry In the
Fiddlin' contest, over the 73 year ago
limit, pleased the crowd with an ex
hibition of hU jkill, and was awarded
tho $5 prize.
Immediately after dinner the local
baud boys gavo u concert in front of
tho auditorium, and soon after the.
auditorium was filled to capacity, and
a program consist ing of talks by Old
Settlers, telling of their experiences in
the early days, and readings, violin
solos, etc, tho meeting being conclud
ed by Judge Hlackledgo with a short
talk. The program lasting until late
afternoon, tho Hesse exhibited the
"Sheilc of Araby" running a continual
show mull the Fiddlers contest was
called at l):Uo.
Garry Wilson of Smith county Knn.,
won first prize, tho silver loving cup
and $10 in cash; A. C. Cuntilntrbam,
Red Cloud, second, $15 in ca9h; II. F.
l'avne, Inavale, third, 87.50 in cash.
At '1 o'clock accompanied by tho
band a large and enthusiastic urowd
went to the Starko diamond where
Superior played tho local aggregation
and lost to Red Cloud by a score of 13
A big platform dance in the street,
and tho dance in the auditorium, with
the entertainment furnished by the
carnival closed the day's festivities
late iu the evening.
Ploco Oils Mowing Machine Repairs
McCormick and Deering Sickles $3 to $3.25
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AT RED CLOUD
SUNDAY, JULY 8, 3-P. M.
The Alma Club is one of the best teams in the
southwest part of this state and are coming doWn.
with the idea of showing our team a real game.
COME OUT AND SEE IT
I'onductor 11. R. Childress, who has
been rur.n'ng between McCook und
Red Cloud for the pa t few weeks on
trains 10 and 17, took No's J nnd 11
tho Hastings pa.songers, Wednesday
morning. Ho will run this' train for
several weeks, during the absence or
rMr. Ellis, who is visiting with his
daughter in California.
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OVER STATE BANK
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