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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. CHIEF
AS TOLD TO US
Chas. Undley waa down rrom Ur-lc-.ns
I'd Fcatn of Wilco:; was in the citj.
the i iv t of the week.
Donald Funk was passenger to
Hastings Tuesday morning.
.Mr. and Mis. Ed Garlicr were in
Hastings Sunday nfterhoon.
.Mr. and .Mrs Roy Ilari'cs ?iav mov
ed into the Crabill property.
Donald Funk was a passenger to
Guide Hock Friday morning.
Mr. ar. i Mrs. George Mar.diall of
Rivcrton were in the city Sunday.
Don't fail to sec the 1'at Men and
Lean Men play bull at G:15 tonight.
Miss Virginia Caldwell was a pas
senger to Guide Kock Monday morn
ing. R. L. Hunter of Inavnle was a pas
senger from here Friday morning to
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fearn of Wilcox
spent Sunday with relatives and
Attorney Dorsey spent the week
end in this city wtih Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Edith James went to Hastings
Tuesday morning to spend a couple
of days with friends.
Mr. and .Mrs. J. E. Butler and Mr.
and Mrs. Jake Petersen spent Sunday
afternoon at Hastings
Mrs. Rose E. Haddon of Smith Cen
ter Kansas, was a passenger rrom
her to Hastings S.ituiday.
Mrs. J. E. l'.utler went to C'owles
Friday morning to spend the day at
tending to bvsinc-s m-.ttor-.
Mr. and Mrs. Homy Pha:e o." Ccr.
trnl City sport .Sunday gic w'.th hU
mother, Mrs. Barbara leaves.
"Mi s Sad'e Cuildlc a ri.-ed here
Satvriiay evening from AvU.ur, wlicrc
tvi hus been v sit'r.g vith 'riends.
Will l'cgg icturned home Sunday
morning fiom Selden, Kansas, where
he h?.d beci. working the pass month.
W. A. Romjuo 'eft for Sheridan, Wy
oming and other western points M'n
day morning on a business trip.
The Red Cloud ball team will play
at Esbon, Kansas, Saturday after
noon and Sunday they go to Alma.
Tom Swattsc went to Kansas City
Monday to take up his position with
the CiKsidy Live Stock Commission
E. F. Bennett went to Cliicago Sun
day morning where he will spend a
lew days attending to business mat
tors. Mrs. S. M. Carl of Long Island, Kan
sas, arrived in the city Wednesday to
visit her brother J. A. McArtluir and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shaw and son,
Richard, of Franklin spent tlie week
end here with Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Miss Ruth Overing returned home
Friday from Peru where she has been
attending summer school for the past
Mrs. C. E. McXaught was a pas
senger to Superior Friday morning
after spending the past few cays here
Miss Edith Beckwith and her moth
er went to Hastings Tuesday morn
ing to spend the day, returning home
C. S. Rominc has quit business in
, ' this city and moved his equipment to
Holdregc where he will conduct a
Mrs. E. F. Bennett and sot.. Elbert,
went V) Friend Sunday morninir for
a few days vhit there with her pal
cnts and with friends.
Miss Carrie Xelson of McCook
spent Satuiday and Sunday visiting
tit the Ray Nelson homo, loairning o
McCcok Sunday evening.
J. W. Auld. Dr. R. S Martin and
Isadore Johnson were in Hastings,
Monday, afternoon attending the fun
eral o D! C. Henderson.
V nw iiitvv prepitod to cvo reason.
a'le tt'ims (in both New and I'sed Curs
pijable monthly or in a lump sum.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H Moughlcr wcic
pa sengers to Eldon, Iowa lhursday
mornng, they beiig called there by
the death of a cousin of Ills.
Misses Evelyn and Virginia Mar
shall a: rived here Wednesday morn
ing from McCbok to nr-ciu: fw
days vsiiting a the N. IJ. Bush home.
Mrs. X. B. Budi returned home
Thursday morning from Yuma, Colo
where she has been spending the past
few diys visiting with her son, Gene.
Mr. 1. D. Hewitt who !ias Been
working second trick at the depot for
the past six weeks, was transfer! cd
to Oberlin, Kansas, Jie and his wife
going there on No 15 Thursday morn
Mrs. Cora K!dd of Salidn. Missouri,
has been hero for the past few days
visiting with her brother, Mr. Chas
Kalcv. She is enroutc to the Pacific
Coast for t few weeks visit with rel
Mrs. George Hincs returned to her
home in Wymorc Monday morning
after spending the past couple of days
here visiting with her parents, Mr
and Mrs. Frank Ailes and with other
Mr. and Mrs. Will Brunei and chil
dren arrived hero Friday evening to
spend a couple of weeks visiting with
his mother, Mrs. W. S. Brunei and
with his sister. They drove through
Earl Saladen, who has been here
and in Republican City for the past
month visiting with relatives, went
to Lincoln where he will spend a
a couple of weeks before returning to
his home in Iowa.
Tho's. Swart', arrived here Friday
morning from Kansas City where he
has been making arrangements to
move. He bar accented a position
with the Casidv I'vc Stock Com
mission Co., of Kansas City.
Mr. rnd JIp Soth Adams and chil
dren, who have b"pn ho'p for tlf pas
two weeks visiting with his sitter,
Mrs. J. W. Hauek and mother, re
turned to the!r homo ii Van Huron,
Arkansas, Wednesday morn'np.
E. C. Bufh. who has beer, working
a Yumx .Colorado, for the Burling
ton fo 'he past six weeks, spent Sun
dav here v..th his parents, going to
Atwood, Kansas Monday morning
where he will work in the future
Flay Fearn who is working in the
C. B. & Q. machine shops at Have
lock spent the fir-t of the week hero
with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Fred
.Mrs. Steve Kennedy and Mrs. Bar
ker were passengers to Tecumseh Sat
urday morning where they will spend
a couple of weeks visiting with rel
atives. Miss Virginia Tate left for Moul
ton, Iowa, Tuesday morning where
she will take up her work wi'h the
Midland Chautauqua as Junior Chau
Miss- TIah Barrett returned home
Saturday evening from Superior
where she has been spending a coup
le of days visiting with her Iirothe,
Cecil and family.
C. M. Delano of Lincoln, engineer
for the Burlington has keen here for
the tinst few days superintending the
laying of the new water line being
Inid by the railroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Oook arrived here
from Stromsburg Thursday evening
to spend a few days making arrange
ments to move here. Mr. Cook has
been employed by the local school
board, to teach Agriculture during the
coming school year.
futher reduced in price
IN A VALE, NEBR
C. u Met unkey returned to Grand
Iriund Saturday morning after spend
ii.g the past couple of weeks here vis
iting with his daughter, Mr W. R.
Lippincotl iMid familv.
Miss Catherine Coyne ar 1 sister,
Mi. Don Cook and children were pas
jcngois to Liberty Tuesd-.y morning
where they will spend a 'cw day
visiting witli relative.
Mrs. D. G. Addlcnian returned to
hei home in Oberlin, Kansas Satur
day morning after spendirij the past
vcek heie visiting at Ih-s home of her
bi other, X. B. Bush.
Russell Summers returnee to Hast
rigs Wediicsda- morning after spend
injx the past few davs r.ete visiting
with his mother, Mr-. May Summers
and with other i datives.
'Ihiee carloads of hogs wore, ship
ped from here Sunday morning to the
Kansas City market. Theie was n
tohil of eighty-five cars o" stock
through here Sunday morning for the
Missouri river markets. They were
handled in two trains from here.
Am unable to keep up payment on
my piano. First class condition
nearly new. Any one can Imvo it by
paying mc n small Htnouiit for my
equity and keeping up payments. If
interested write for price and full par
tlculars to Lock Box Tie, Omnhii, Nc
biaMui. Wo can save you Fifteen Dollnrs on
a Wilton Rug. We eiin save you Ten
Dollar- on a good Axminster Rug We
can save you from Five to Ton Dollars
on Cheaper Runs. Johnson & Graham
Furniture Co., Red Cloud, Xebr. Wo
Sell Them For Less And Deliver The
FARM BUREAU NOTES
(By County Extension Agent Henry
GET HOLD OF THE BOYS AND
"Give mc the period in the life of
the L'irl and the boy between six and
sixteen years of age and my ideals
will ncail: it makes no difference
what the future environmemfinay be,"
ir.erlcd Frobcl, the great SwI-s-Ger-
This statement is so tvuo th:t it Is
almost a platitude. Nowhere i-. tnc
truth of the nsnortio i .bcirg be 'n
c-'.emp'.iiied than upon the Ameriu-n
farm where boys' and g'rls' clul "I
is in fill swing. The c younrste.
arc learning thut farming I
science and that upon Its progros.,
largely depends the progress or t.o
Not a dollar spent upon work foi
these clubs is wasted. The club work
more than any other brancn of the
extension service is carrying the uni
versity to the people. An objector to
university agricultural extcnF.'oT.
work protested not long wgo, In ...
signed article, because the extension
work was dominating the eniif
youthful liic of Nebraska. The ev
tension work should dominate
the life of the state just as every col
lege of the university should domin
ate the thought and the future of the
This is a consumation for which the
people of Nebraska have spent many
millions. They are to be congratu
lated that the end of their ambition
and their effort is in sight.
An Enterprise that
Merits Your Support
Notwithsiitidlng the amount of ship
ping that is now lying idle in the
harbors and at the docks of the United
States, ocean travelers are still obliged
to pay high rate for trans-Atlantic
travel, and an unparalleled opportuni
ty to build up the American Merchant
Marine is being lost. Recognizing this
fact, and realizing that the time was
opportune for ati undertaking of this
iiHture, the organizers of the Great
Northern S. S Co formed their Cor
poration, which received its charter
from the State of Massachussetts, Oct
ober 11, 1022
They visualized a new ocean steam,
ship Hue, plying between Boston and
European ports, which would offyr to
these same people a chance for ocean
travel on comfortable commodious
ships, at a price within the reach of
all, but large enough to allow a profit
for the investor and a suttlclent mar
gin to allow for the carrying on and
enlarging of the enterprise.
This was their threefold purpose to
render a genuine 'service to the people,
to help build up Americnn shipping,
and to bring business and trado to
the port of Boston.
In spite of the failure of the Ship
Subsidy Kill, In spite of the opposition
which each new competitor In an
established field encounters this Com
pany is bringing Its plans to maturity
and e.xpectb that very soon It will be
able to offer dellnile sailing dates to
the public. -
This, surely is an enterprise that
merits your support.
(See advertisement) ;,
S55S3SG53D CSTSRS fiJiUiU'IMiM Q gp.wvxmam
V yd ml II r LtaiM M V. v. II
Have a Large Line in the
READY MADE OR PIECE GOODS
If you prefer the Piece Goods we have
GINGHAMS VOILES PRINTED FLAX1NS
ALL NEXT WEEK
SOUTH OF THE HANSON LAUNDRY
" THE SHOW FOR YOUR FAMILY"
AMERICA'S HIGHEST CLASS
ENSEMBLE OFRANn AiMn
- -NO ONE IS'
EACH NIGHT AN ENTIRfz
THE MOST TALENTED & TYPICAL
GROUP OF PLAYERS EVER ASSEMBLED
UNDER SJSS? CANVAS
COM PORTABLE S EATS" FOR
ESERVE SEATS SEASON-TICKETS ON SALE
AT TICKET WAGON IS
OPENING PLAY MONDAY NIGHT
"Pal O' Mine"
The sunshine of springtime -brought happiness
and gladness to two strolling pals. The
v sweetest story ever told.
Romatic Rural Comedy-Drama
No Sex Problems
No Ruined Girls
Just a Real Play with a Big Dramatic Punch. See
the Nock Marriage which turns out a real one.
Purse Pleasing Prices
500 Seats 40c
, Vo labor ami toll and i11 to fill
the memory, and ,1W-' 'X'tli under
itnndlng and conlonqe empty. Mon
taigne. ' '
Now that warm weather
here you will need
COOL WASH DRESSES
PJ P TT .
TO A- P. W.EACH DAY
Smallest of the Ureat Lakes.
1 I.alif Ontario l.s tlio Mnnllest aud
, most easterly of tlio live Great LaUea
I In North America. Its maxlmum'depth
Is 730 feet.
Cole Bros' World-Toured
Away from tlio old time muthotls of
preKeutiiiK touted amusement enter
prises, Is Colo Uro8.' World.Toured
Show and TnUiied Animal Exhibition,
which will kIvo two performances,
afternoon and nlyht nt Hed Cloud,
Tuesday, AurusI 7th. Tlio Cole ltros.'
World-Toured Show travels In Us own
two all bteel trains. As Its title de
notes, utilmal features predominate,
but .lo not by itny iiiuiiu.1 t'oim allot
tin-1 rojjramine; hilt oluss Kurupunii
a "Vflili's aiiil horisu, pony, doj.' ami
uuniluy acts are intorwoveii Into the
iniiiiiuii)n with hiieh variui eifects.
I 'nit tlio onlooker is taken from cum i?
surpn o to another with such wonder-
lul inpidlty that ho hardly huown
v hat to expeet next, and it Is in the,
arraninp ot the programme ho us to
take advantage of those hiirprihes
wherein lios the eharin of Colo llron."
A notleoablo feature ot tlio show i.
its abboluto freedom from anything
fciib'gebtivo that mars so many perform,
iinees-; Its clean wholesomo fun, the
roal comedy of tlio clowns, iu bur
leMiuiiiK Important topics of the day,
and tfrotesipie impersonations of peo
ple prominent in the limelight, lb real
humor and Krontly iippreeiated. Twen
ty fuii) olovvns under the leadership
of Happy Hilly Itoid, tlie master clown
of tlio day, feature many absurdly
comic acts. "Tho Bijj Suffragettes
Meeting" "A Uasoball Number,"
Comedy Policemen," "FlylnR Ma
chine ami Automobile Number," "IUibe
and Old Lady Number," and dozens of
other foolish and ludicrous oomedr
nctb by clowns who nre eminent in
Tho Heme Brothers the Btrongest
men iu tho world, direct from Europe
first time seen in America, keep the
audience bpellbouud with their many
varied feats of atreiiKih and wrestliuir.
Prof. Joint Ducander the world's
Kroutest horse trHlner, with his troupe
of five educated performing white
Arabian .horses. Prof F. J. Rogers
with his troupe of educated dogs and
Shetland ponies will bo the delight of
the children and iuteresting to the
Krowii(ipj)25 of these ponies piescnt
drills and diillcult military maneuvois
with all precision and skill of trained
soldlors jThls is recognized as the
best trained school of ponies een with
any tented organization. Chas, Post
and his trained trick mules. Iierr
Dlifenback's trained bears are another
European importation. Horr Dllfcu
bach comes highly recommended by
the press of Europe and the perform
ance of his hugo Siberian Grizzly
Dears range from comedy to sensation,
The nbovo arc only a few of the
many acts interwoven iu a program
of undisputed excellence.
The one show that Is absolutely dlf
foront from all others und'fs' without
doubt the hlghost class, most pro
gressive and most pleasing tented ox.
hlbltion that will visit Red Cloud thw
season. A tremendous exhibition o(
splendor of scores pt open. deny, glltte -ing
tableaux, savage animals lead m
leash, biuss bauds, clowiib, seoies t.i
prettv women. Tho entire enriched
by a beautltui displuy or tlasliy cos
tumes and trapping altother re pre
Bentlng an immense foituuo.
Show groun'Js two blocks south of
Royal llqtelJn Mrs. Koontz field,