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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, AUGUST 2. 1U23
GABERDINE, MOHAIR, PALM BEACH
13. SO to 35. OO
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Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 120x
LEBANON 36 ANNIVERSARY
tfftSE BALL TOURNAMENT
Thursday, Friday .and Saturday, August 9-10-11
The great Anderson & Srader Shows with their new
Carry-Us-All. Ferris Wheel- Sea Plane
and 7 Shows will be here
Ball Game Each Afternoon at the School House Park
Big Free Acts and Free Wrestling Each Evening
Pavillion Dance Every Night. Old Fiddlers Contest.
Don't Forget The Big THREE DAYS
I. 0. 0. F. Picnic Aug. 24 i C. C. Howe Sells Cafe
Monday evening the FiHtiklin und Tuesduj
Ciilil.. Koi'U I. () O F i'niimiitli'1'S whereby C
meet with Ben Ahem l.og mid do- e.ife to Mi
ciih-d to hold i pii'iik' leu- Friday, who lime
August '.Mth. The pieii'i' will ho held
lit thf Country Oi'ih umiimls und llio
prop hiii will Ik. unniiiiiii'Ml next week.
:i dciil whs completed
(J. IIowo disposed of his
and Mih. Floyd Pievost
tuken possession of tho
Ike Johnson Given Shower
Tncsdiv evening ono of the
ovpiits of the K'tisou whs pulli'd
when Is-idoie JoIiiimhi wus escorted to
the golf link1 wiieie lie was tendered
u "showei" by thirty-flvo of hisKcntlo
mon frionds. Iku received several
presents after which lunch consisting
of roust hn; oars, weinies, sttinlwiches
and beer were served, everybody pre
sent hud an enjoyable time and wish
ed Ike n happy voyage when he em
barks on the inatrimoniul seas.
bHiue. binro coming to this city Mr.
Howe hits made niutiy friends und also
cjiidiicti'd a tii at class restaurant.
Mr I'lexoslhiiH had considerable ex
perience in conducting restaurants
and uo doubt will niuUc u sueocs-..
' Tho Chief welcomes Floyd lo our bind-
K ness ciicle.
J. W. Linn Sells Out
Red Cloud Loses One
But Won One Wednesday
Sunday afternoon in the presence of
the largest crowd of the season at the
the Starke ball park Smith Center
played the local team a ten inning
game au M by a bcore of 3 to2.
Dahl and Haye6 were the battery for
the visitors wh'lle Naegli was on the
mound for the looal team and Wei
green was behind the bat. Doth teatma
made errors but the game was full of
pop from the beginning to the last
man was out. . Smith Centengot Tchlts
and lied Gland G. The local team
hasn't given up hopes yet of defeating
Wednesday afternoon the fans were
given another real game at tho Starko
diamond at which time the fust Man
kato club crossed bats with our team
Red Cloud won by a score of H to 1.
This was the second defeat of thu sea
sou for Maukuto and they have a good
team. Tho local team goes to Esbon
Saturday afternoon aud Alma Sunday.
J. W. Linn, who lias conducted u
picture show in the liessc Auditorium
for tho past three years, has sold the
sumo to a former resident of this city,
K. C. Preston, who took charge Wed
nesday. Tho new owner lias conduct
ed shows ut Hustings, Superior und
Grand Island for the pust several years
und no doubt will give tho people of
this community llrst class pictures.
Mr. aud Mrs Liuu and daughter Nan
departed Wednesday for Omaha after
wliloh they will leuve for tho l'ucltlc
coast) where they expect to locate.
While iu tho show busiuess hcre Mr.
Linn' made many friends and also gave
the people the best shows he could
secure. The- Chief wishes the Mr.
Prwlon success here aud likewise 11111
Linn wherever he goes. '
Hugo Players Coming
.Red Cloud will be offered a solid
week of dramatic plays, music and
vaudeville, starting oa Mouday night,
when the Famous Hugo Players will
open an engagement here. They come
well recommended, having an establish
ed reputation in the territory they
cover yearly in Kansas and Nebraska.
Last season the Hugo's played six
weeks engagement in Grand Island,
where they are to return shortly,
coming, here fiom Superior, where
they are favorites from former engage
ments. The compauy numbers thirty
people, which includes an excellent
band and orchestra. The compauy is
well balanced aud all plays will bo
new to this city, opening with "Pal O'
Mine," a rural comedy, which hinges
about two crooks, a dishonest banker
and his beautiful daughter. There is
a mock marriage, which turns out a
reul one and plenty of comedy is in
jected by Chester Hugo and Walter C
Esmond, as tho "pals." Mr. Esmond
will bo remembered as having appear
ed in Red Cloud with a similiar dra
matic organization. There will be an
entire change of plays, vaudeville and
music each night during the week.
TrLasuThursdav evening at the farm
home of Mr. and Mrs. John Aubushou
occured the wedding of Miss lieuluh
Fay Pegg to Mr. Orvln Harris, Itev.
The bride is the daughter of Jack
Pegg and for several years mudo her
home with Mr. und Mrs. Aubushou
and for tho past two years has been
one of the obliging operators for tho
Independent Telephone Co.
Mr. Hurris is a son of Mr. und Mrs.
Alf Harris and for several years has
been engaged in funning.
Tho young couple expect to boon
make their home on the farm.
On Friday nfternoon Mrs. Phil
Sherwood and Miss Jessie Kellogg
gave a Kensington-Bridge, at tne
home of the former, for Miss Verna
Hutchins, whose approaching mar
riage to Isadore Johnson Is the topic
of tho day in the swish and swirl of
Red Cloud's society.
The gifts comprising tho kitchen
shower were cleverly concealed In a
big wedding cake, which was proper
ly decorated with minature brides.
Place cards also consisted of 'cewpie
dolls in the form of brides. Ices and
cake were served. Wednesday's Com
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
Geo. W. Hutchison
Real Estate Farm Loans
D. C. Henderson
D. 0. Henderson, who hud been in
failing health for several months, died
Sunday evening at the home of his
sister, Mrs. U I). Ilickard in Hastings,
whore he hnd bsen making ills home
sluco his Illness. Three years ago he
in compauy with John Scott came here
from Osborno, Knns., and purchased!
an Intel est In the State Bank, and Mr. I
Henderson was cashier up until u fow1
months ugo. He inudu many frionds
here who were shocked to hear of hih
uuuiiau luu oniciD wuiu luit kuiiiuuiu
his demise Funeral services were held
ut Hastings, Monday nfternoon after
which the remains were taken to Wet
more, Kunsus, whore outertnent was
made beside his parents.
The marriage of Miss Alta Coon to
Mr. Ernest Uittfleld took place Wed
nesday at six o'clock at the home of
the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs.
George Coon. Tho ceremony took
place under a bower of flowers the
Rev. H. W. Cone ofllolatlng. The
ring ceremony was used. Th3 bride
was attired in light blue romane crepe
and carried ten rosos. The groom wore
conventional black. Miss Jennie Coon
was bridesmaid and Mr. Frod Hittifleld
of ICcnsuw was best man.
Following tho ceremony a four
course dinner was served to forty
guests with Mihses Alice Whituker,
Dorothy Oatman, Goldle McConkey
and Ida Coon serving as waitresses
Tho bride o graduate of the Red
Cloud high school Is assistant cashier
'in the Statu Bank of Kenosuw, Nebr
The groom la one of Kenesn,w's highly
esteemed young farmers They will
make their home ut Konesaw.
The out of town guests were Mr. und
Mis. Chris Blttfleld, paronts of the
groom; Mr. and Mrs Henry Blttfleld
and family; Mr. Fred Blttfleld and
Miss Cleo Maxwell.
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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
Autographic Kodaks $6.50 up. , t,
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E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
LOOK AT THESE
SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES
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WHILE IT LASTS, 3 CANS FOR
This is not a cheap Standard Pack, but a strictly Fancy Evergreen
NO. 2tt CANS YELLOW FREE TEACHES, PER CAN
LIGHT HOUSE LAUNDRY SOAP 10 BARS FOR
LAltGE.tfANS SWEET POTATOES, PER CAN 12&c
10 dozen hand made brooms made from last year's broom
corn strictly fresh stock good heavy brooms Wo have just two
kinds of these brooms An extra good broom and we are offering
them at special prices for a few days only.
ONE ASSORTMENT .
. 80c each
R. P. WEESNER CO.
Mas. Ficd Moedo went to Hastings
Friday morning where sne will spend
a couple of dny visiting Ticroie re
turning to her home in Lnnunlc, Wy
oming. She has been ncre ror tne
past few weeks visiting with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Carpenter,
and with relatives in Seldcn, Kansas.
Miss Virginia Tate went to Hast
ings Satuulay morning whcie she had
her tonsils removed. After she 's re
leased from the hospital there she
intends leaving immediately for Moul
ton, Iowa, where she will take up her
work with tho Midlnnd Chautauqua.
She lias secured ?. position with them
as Junior Chautauqua Manager.