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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 19, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JULY 19, 11)23
GABERDINE, MOHAIR, PALM BEACH
13. 50 to S35.00
$1.50 to 93.SO
BAL BRIGAN, PORUS KNIT
LONG AND SHORT SLEEVES
ATHELETIC 75c TO j 2.00
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF "MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
At Red Cloud, Nebraska
SUNDAY, JULY 22, '23
Commencing at 3 p. m.
The visitors have a good team and have won most
of their games, while Red Cloud has won 10 out of
12. Come out and see Harry , Wallie, Joe and the
rest of the bays play.
V servlco y
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - I rid. J 2 Ox
AULD AND JOHNSTON MAKE
A HEAVY PURCHASE
J. W. Auld and Clarence Johnston,
who wore In attenda' ce at a thorough
hied cattle sale in a leading Missouri
city, tre first of the wee:., aic re
ported to have purchased so-no twenty
six head to add to the:r Webster
county holding?, chief among the new
sock be'ng; a . 10.001) 00 bull Wed
FRANKLIN I. O. O. F. PROVE
The District Insta ling Officers of
the I. O. O. P. consisting of Dibtiict
Deputy Giand Master J. E. Murna
linm, L. C. Fras'er A. B. McArthur,
n W. Stewart, E. J. Over'ng, Jr., and
W. G. Hamilton together with twche
other Odd Fellows and Rebeknhs
went to Franklin Tuesday evening
and installed the officers of the two
lodges in joint public installation at
that place. After the ceremonies the
Franklin members served refresh
ments which were remarkable both as
to the number and the exceliencc of
the cakes. The Frankl'n folks are
royal entertainers and those who went
from here are unanimous ir. saying
that the occasion was a most excel
Wednesday morning the Chautauqua
was opened by Miss. Nao I. Sorcnson
meeting the children and organizing
the Junior Chautauqua. She has a
very pleasing personality and shows
wonderful ability as an organizer.
In the hf'emoon the Chautauqua
was opened in earnest by Miss Cornelia
Eusinger, as platform manager. This
is quite an (novation as heretofore we
have been used to a gentleman man
ager. But Miss Ensinger shows great
executive ability in the way she is
handling the work. The Virginia
Jubilee Stagers and J. W. Zollinger
comprised the afternoon and evening
program. The first appearance of the
Jubilee Singers assured their audience
of their superior ability as entertain
t'ers, They acted as a prologue number
at both-. afternoon and evening pro
grams for J. W. Zelllnger lu bis por
trayal of our statesmen and heros For
years Zellinger has held first place la
this art. His average time for costume
changing is but thirty seconds. His
characters appeare'd with lightening
like rapidity and with such startling
likeness as to be almost human, and
which for the moment amazed the
audience. Hi9 Huok Finn was recog
nized immediately by the children.
Hi9 Abe Martin was thoroughly enjoy
ed. The heavier part of his program
won his audience as one by one Per
shing, Llojd George, the Tiger of
France, Wilson, Roosevelt, Abraham
Lincoln and others stepped forth and
gave extracts of their most famous
If the remainder of the ohautauqUa
is a repitatloa of the first day we are
assured of its saccess.
Defeats Osborne 5 to 0
Sondny afternoon the Red Cloud ball
team gave the fans of Osborne. Ka ,
the sensitlon of seeing thnlr team suf
fer a shutout on their diamond Smith
was at his best striking out 13 and al
lowed tily two to reach second base.
He had ''cellent support and our team
is gutting u reputation as a good ono
and hard to beat
Elton Pope's Ford Stolen
Monday night, presumably about
two o'clock, thieves entered the Chas
Smith garage In the Second Ward and
stolo the Ford touring car belonging
to Elton Pope, and made their get
away. They did not molest the Ford
coupe belonging to Mr. Smith.
A noise was heard by Smiths about
two o'clocic but nothing was thought
of it and the loss was not discovered
untiUthe next morning.
Elton U the mail carrier on route 4
and the ear is a great loss to them.
The thieves evidently pushed the car
a block or so before starting the en
gine. Mr. Pope carried no insurauce.
Gary Zeiss Dies
uary .eiss, wno nnu been, to poor
health for the past year died about
11 o'clock last night at the home of his
parents Mr. and Mr9. Chris Zeiss re
sldltfffln the first ward.
' He was born in this city and was '20
years old at the time of his demise.
For a number-of years he conducted
the delivery system for the merchants
of this city after which he entered the
Burlington railway service as firemau
and was considered as an exceptional
good employe but owing to falling
health had to quit woik about a year
ago Besides his parents, two brothers
and two sisters arc left to mourn his
demise. The funeral services will be
held Sunday afternoon
Clark Stevens Laid to Rest
Am unable to keep up payments on
my piano. First class condition
nearly new. Any one can havo it by
payiug me a small amount for my
equity and keeping up, payments. If
Interested write for price and full par
ticulars to Lock Box 710, Omaha, Nebraska.
Bible school at 10 a. m.
Morning service at 11 a in., Subject:
"Terms of the life eternal."
Evening Service is defered on ac
count of the Chautauqua, which ends
on Sunday evening.
There wus good attendance and ex
cellent luterest at tho weekly prayer
meeting, held this week on Tuesday
evening Those nresent expressed
themselves well satisfied to meet a day
earlier. The next will meet regularly
on Wednesday evening 25th.
I On Thursday evening July 120th, the
Loyalty eluss of tho Blbl hchool will
i have a social at the church with homo
made ice cream and cake. Some speu
ial exercises and music wlll'also be en
joyed. Tho voung ladles auk special
attention to this announcement.!
By rotation Rev. B. 'S. Dnughertv
will bo the preacher on tho evening of
July '20th at the Union Service, at
which time the- report of tho Commit
teo on Seats will no ready and will bo
The Chautauqua Is now on and wo
are all hoping for literary and financial
success So mote it bo.
I. W. EBSON, .Pastor.
Clark Stevens, who had been in fail
lug health for some months, died Tues
day morniug at the home of his son,
Hoy, in Hastings. He was taken to
Hastings, Sunday, for medical atten.
tion and examination.
Be was bom in Hamilton countv
Indiana, January us, 1330 On August
17, 18C0 h was married to Margaret
Criswell they coining to Webster
county in 1891 where he engaged in
farming until about fifteen years ago
when he retired aud moved to this
city. To this union were born twelve
children. Qve of whom tochether with
I the mother proceeded, Mr. Stevens to
the eternal home. In 1918 he was
married to Mrs. Groat who together
with his four sons, Bert, Wert, Ottand
; Rov and three daughters, Mesdames
A. D. Stanley, Clare Pope and Glen
Pearn are left to mourn the demise of
a kind and loving husband and father,
After moving to this city Mr. Stevens
was President of the Farmers Inde
pendent Telephone Co., and worke'd
faithfully in building up the company
and also served a term as Alderman
of the First ward.
The romalns were brought to tho
family homo in this city, Tuesday
evening and funeral services were held
at the Methodist church, of which the
deceased was a member, this afternoon
after which interment was made in the
THERE MUST BE A RBASOX '
Why we sell moro Bugs than other'
stores. Johnson it Giahaiu Fumltuie
Co, Bed Cloud, Nebr WE SELL1
THKM FOB LBSS AND DKLIVMl!
Kodak as you go
All roads lead to pictures and
pictures lead to our Kodak, counter.
Finishing service that .pleases, and
Kodak Film in any size are here for
i Autographic Kodaks $6.$Qiif. --"
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
Seedless Raisins, 1-Lb Package
No. 2 1-2 Large Cans Peaches
No. 3 Large Cans Sweet Potatoes ?1Ar
sprcniAT. & H
Tall Cans Alaska Red Salmon
No. 10 Gallon Peaches
No. 10 Gallon Loganberries
No. 10 Gallon Blackberries
HOW IS YOUR "ANT" DON'T FORGET WE HAVE THE
MAGIC IIOODO THAT ABSOLUTELY DRIVES THEM
R. P. WEESNER CO,
Mr and Mrs. V. L. Watkins return- Sponco Potter.
eil Wednesday evening trom a weeks
visit at Enid and Helena, Oklu. Tliej
wero accompanied home, by his patents
I Mr. aud Mrs. W. H. Watkins, brother
John and nephow LeBoy, aud her
sister Mrs. Hazel Gibson, unci children,
Marshal, aud Maxine
Mis. Helen Gnmel of Arapalioe Is
here visiting at the home or her uncle
Mrs. D. B. Stunkuul accompanied
by her daughter, Helen, loft for Pa
droni, Colorado, Friday evening on
No. 17 where they will spent: a couple
of weeks with her son, Lee, who is
Jon a farm near that place.
Lylo Harris and Miss Edna Cum
m'ngs surpiiscd their many friends
Saturday by going to Mnnkato, Kan
sas, where they wore married by the
county judge. The newly weds left
Monday morning for Wheeler.. Kan
sas, whoro they will make their homo
on a farm.
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