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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 26, 1923)
KED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, OHIEr
" AS TOLD TO US
was in Mindon Tues-
S. Martin was ;n Hastings
J. A. McArthur has been on thu
sick lift Ihe past few days.
Haivey Hartman wu.s .1 passenger
to Wymote Thursday morning.
Mr. ar.d Mr?. K. S. Garber spent
Sunday with friends at Beatrice.
Mrs. Al Goodwin of Grand bland
is visiting her father, V. H. Walter.
Mr. and Mrs
Floyd Provo.t weie
T. R. Manlcy spent Sunday here
with his parents, returning to Oxford
that evening. .
Chas. Swartz of Bladen spent the
last of the week here witn his daugh
ter, Miss Yola.
Brakeman Fred Slaby returned to
Mcfook Sunday after being off duty
a couple of weeks.
U. It. Brck. Joe Pizer avl
Wnljjreen were in Down?. Kalis.
We are now prepared to give reason,
able tonus on both New and Used Cars
payable monthly or In a lump sum.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E Bacon were pas
scngers to Superior Wednesday morn
ing when they will spend a couple
of tUys vsiting with friends.
Miss Maigarct Hoxsey returned
home Sunday evening from Lincoln
where Mie has been visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Robinson.
Cecil Barrett returned to his homo
in Superior Monday morning on train
II after spending Sunday here with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barrett.
Mr. D. G. Addleman airlvcd here
Thursday morning from Oberlin,
Kansas, to spend a few days visiting
at the home of her brother, N. B.
Tracy Hayes returned to his home
in Chicago Heights, Wednesday morn
'r.g a" tor spending the past week here
visiting with relatives and with old
Nate lllingswortn of Long Beach,
California, is the guest of Mrs. J. A.
Burden and friends.
Tonight at the Baptist church
home made ice cream and cake, music
and exercises. All arc invited.
Cecil Matthews, state inspector,
was in the city Saturday ar.d gave the
cream stations, etc, the once over.
Mr. and Mrs. Meredith Butler of
Hastings spent Sunday here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Butler.
Will Hincs returned to Falls City
Monday morning on No. 14 after
spending Sunday here with his family.
Donald Fi:nk arrived here Tuesday
evening irom Hastings for a short
visit with his aunt, Mrs. G. Hummel.
He returned to Hastings Wednesday
FOR SALE: Flee Fox Terrier Pup
pies. Males S7.50, females 8."j; Aire
dales, pedigreed, all sizes $" to $i!5
Win. M. Aikman, Hustings, Nobr.
Mrs. Dorothy Wilson returned to
her work in Lincoln Friday morning
after spending the past three weeks
here visiting with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Potter and at the
home of her brother, Laird.
A very pretty shower of many nice
presents was given to Miss Fny Pegg
at the G. It. Beck home yesterday
evening. The house and tables were
beautifully decorated, cake and eher
bert being served. The shower was
given by tho Independent telephone
Hills nnd her friends.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carpenter and
Mrs". Fied Moede autoed to Selden,
Kansas, Sunday where they will
spend a couple of weeks visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wood and
daughter left via auto for New York
Mills, Minnesota, Wednesday morn
ing where they intend making their
Mr. at.d Mrs. Homer Hancy and
hoy wove here fiem Omaha, the first
of the week visiting a few days with
Miss 'Ethel Hilton of Ilrtrd;- ;tum
ed to her home Tuesday morning
after spending :- hort time here with
If you want to trade your farm or
business for Oklahonn land call at
013 Webster street, Hod Cloud, Ne
braska. W. II. WATKINS
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wordman and
children of Lincoln spent the first of
the week here with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Robertson and
Mrs. John Arnell and daughter,
Darline, returned home Wednesday
morning from Orleans where she has
been for tne past few days vi-iling
with his narer.ts.
The U. S. Drilling Co.. has a force
of men busy dismantling i:ic Uig
Chief Oil derrick. The former com
pany expects to commence drilling
Mrs. Elizahetn foe was a pa sen
ger to Louisville Saturday morning
where she will make an extended visit
with her father.
Mrs. Chas. Steele of Lincoln arriv
ed Friday evening to .-pend a few
days at the homo of '.er brother, Chris
'Zeiss and family
Miss .lenettc Karsting of Hastings
spent Sunday hero visiting at the
Eveiett Stroup home, returning
Hastings that evening.
Mrs. T. K. McArthur and daughter,
Lois, returned home Sunday morning
from Akion, Colorado, where she had
been usitine; relatives.
Arch Russet' will hold a platform
dance Saturday night at the farm
two miles cast of Red Cloud. Good
music and good order. Come out and
have a r;ood time.
J. F. Latta and son, J. P. Latta and
Mr. G. A. Latta were passengers to
California Saturday evening, where
they will spend the next few weeks
visiting with relatives.
Mrs. Chas. Adamson returned to
her home in Yuma, Colorado, Thurs
day morning after spending the past
couple, of weeks hero and in Cowlcs
visiting with relatives.
Chas. Mitchell of Lo . Angeles. Cal
ifornia has been here for tho past
several daws visiting at the home of
his brother, J. O. Mitchell.
Missc Nan Sorcnson and E. En
singer who have been here for tho
past few days in charge of the Chau
tauqua work, went to Dos Moines.
Iowa, Tuesday morning on No. 1
t im imwaiH
Jam & Jelly MJditf
now an exact vkskk
Fresh Fruits are Plentiful !
Use the short Cnivro-Proccss for
making jam and jellv with Berries,
Cherries, Peaches and other fruits in
season. You will find they are the best
jams and jellies you ever tasted, fc
Certo is sold by grocers everywhere
or sent postpaid for 35 cents.
1 MINUTE'S BOILING
2 POUNDS OF FRUIT
3pounds of sugar
POUNDS OF JAM
Wrapped with every bottla
h a recipe booklet wliich
' tells tho story.
24 Granite UMj., Rochester, N. Y.
Mrs. N. H. Bush was a passenger
to Yuma, Colorado. Tuesday morning
where she will spend a few days visit
ing with her son, Gene, who is work
ing as operator for the Burlington
Thursday afternoon tho Marimba
phone Singers opened the Chautauqua
with vocal and Instrumental special
tics, monologues and ensemble enter
tainment in costume. The heat was
forgotten by the audiones who listened
to the sparkling music and humorous
readings. They acted as prologue
number both afternoon and evening to
DeHn W. J. Lamon'fa two lectures,
"Woman's place in Nation Building"
nnd "Growing Pains of a Changing
The afternoon lecture "Woman's
Place in Nation Building" summed up
the important plnce wives, mothers,
daughters and sweethearts were to till
In the future of our nation.
Mr. Lnmon chose an international
subject in the evening "Growing Pains
of a Changing World." He spoke with
authority and kept bib audience keenly
"Peg O'My Heart"' was featured with
great success by the E. Henri Boyd,
New York players, Friday afternoon.
The play was a typical English one,
and although put on in previous year,
has nfiver met with bs much success,
Iu the evening the Boyd entertainers
gave a splendid prelude, composed or
vocal and instrumental music. In the
second half of the evening's program,"
Private Peat, World War Veteran and
lecturer, gave ns his subject, "The In
excusable Lie of the Ages". Private
Peat needs nu introduction as his fame
as a speaker is recognized everywhere.
After hearing him lecture one is con
vinced of hi- qualities as a speaker
also as a linn.
Saturday's program included u var
ied concert by thu Artists' Trio Miss
Geraldine Ellis soprano and Leo Brav
ernmii furnished fresh thrills by his
peiformancc on his Italian violin. Miss
Edna .Smith, third member of the trio,
gave the second pail of the afternoon
program. Her pianologues, Interpcrt
utions and stories brought a quick ro
spouse f i oni her audience
In tho ovouluir the Trio furnished
the prelude to .Mrs. Trimble's lecture,
"Friendship First." Mrs. Trimble is a
lecturer who speaks with authority on
many subjects. She is the wife of the
circuit manager Nelson Trimble and
her lecture ranks as one of tho trig
numbers on the chautauqua
Sunday's program included the
Centre Six Musical s'extot from Gentle
College of Kentucky. These men are
students from the famous Centre Coll.
ee of Danville, Kentucky and one of
their mon belongs to that famous team
who beat Harvard last year.
"Gray Wolfe" spoke both afternoon
and evening in the absence of Dr. II.
W. Sears. "(J ray Wolfe" Is a votoran
of the World War, who has lived with
the Indians, studying their customs,
and ways of living. Ho impersonates
an Indinn warrior pleading his cause
to tho paleface.
ThoCentio Six Sextet closed the
live days Chautauqua, with'a program
of college songB, solos and classical
Red Cloud people enjoyed in full tho
five days chautauqua in spite of the
Intense heat. It is said by those who
attended to be the best talent brought'
to this town in years.
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OW larjte a place the beautiful Red Star Oil Stove holds in the
hearts of thousands of wives and mothers cannot be measured m
words. But in their happy faces you may read it. as they auicklv
prepare the good things for their tables.
All praise they give to the patented, Red Star Burner the burner
without wicks or substitutes the burner that uses one quarter less
kerosene, gasoline or distillate, yet gives two rings of clean, blue gas fire
for cooking and a hot gas oven for baking. Truly it has revolutionized
oil stove cooking.
It is not natural that the Red Star should stand supreme among wo
men who use oil for fuel and the merchants who serve them?
Arc you entirely satisfied with your cooking? One
of the new, improved Kcil Star stoves now on display
in our store will change the whole aspect of cooking
in your home. Prices arc the lowest in years. See a
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SPECIAL RED STAR
WILL BE HELD AT OUR STORE l
BEGINNING WEDNESDAY, AUG. 1st
ENDING SATURDAY, AUGUST 3rd
A Factory representative will be here during the sale, who will de
monstrate these stoves. We have a size for every kitchen a price for
IPE&fc j$5r M?
The farmers have started thresh
ing their small grain, some new
wheat is being hauled to the Union
Elevator nnd Manager Kailey states
that it is testing 51 to CG pounds per
wvr-JijiZjuuhJ JnV SP' iitf
Hobcrt Blackledge returned to his
work in Lincoln Wednesday morning
after spending the past few days here
visiting with his father, Judge L. H.
Blackledge nnd wife and at tho home
of his sister, Mrs. Floyd Turnurc.
No reason now her tongue to tell
That sad old etory"It did not jell"
Her jam's now perfect jelly, too
Sho uses CERTO so should you 1
HOTTER THAN But that dont
make any difference, wo have a nico
line of Ice Boxes t lint keeps everything
I cool and fit. Johnson k. Graham
, Furniture Co., Bed Cloud, Nobr. WE
SELL THEM FOR LESS AND DE
LIVER THE GOODS.
Ti. o-day at Lincoln, Harry Smith
'a- on the mound loi Ha.-tingn and
1 defeated Lincoln by a score of 1 to 12.
Lincoln only received fivo hits and
the Stale Journal states that he i..
the best pitcher who ever wore a ttnl
jform in the stato league. Come out
to the local diamond Sunday and see
I him work against Smith Center.
(Jlenu Fry of Red Cloud today re
ceived the nulversltyi state certificate
at tho summer commencement of Neb
raska Wciloyan University. A large
audience attended the exercises. The
spoaker for this event was the Rev.
L. R DeWolf of York whose subject
was "A Man and His World". He said
iu brief: "Tho world today needs
loaders. One has to do vitally only
with ouo world, his own. Ho gains
profit of experience with the past by
rending history. He is responsible on
ly for Ills own day. Tills is a world of
wide spread information, very inade
quately understood. Nobody confess
es himself ignorant. The average per
son feels he knows everything. This
smattering of information has led to
impatience with thu past. A ruthless
iconolcnsmltakes place. Every class
has its radicals and its conservatives
There Is a feeling that thu bible Is out
of date. Hut tho doctrines of tho bible
arc old and new, Uemorsn is still the
same. The tenderness of God Unit
reaches out to eveiyone in old ns tin
sun Man ueedh to undersiamt bin
age. He should hcelt also a place of
spiritual reit. One ouinot close tho
windows of his bonl to God wlio is tho
source of all mind "Sent bv A. C.
Hunter, University I'lace, Nebr.
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Now that warm weather is
here you will need
COOL WASH DRESSES
Have a Large Line in the
If you preer the Piece Goods we have AH Kinds
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