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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 23, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. AUGUST 23. 1923
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MENS DRESS STAW HA1S Ks OFF
MENS OXFORDS in Crawfords
UNDERWEAR at Big Redactions
Mens Athletic full cut 65c
Porus Knit, long leg short sleeve 65c
Big Reduction in all Summer
Goods for the rest of August
Palm Beach, Gaberdine & .Mohair Suits
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
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W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
V SMVICO V
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 72 Ox
FARMERS UNION PICNIC j
THURSDAY, AUGUST 30
One WHOLE DAY of SPORTS and PLEASURE
Base Ball, Band Music. Picnic Dinne.r Addresses,
Athletics of All Kinds.
CASH PRIZES ALL EVENTS
Pressional Stunts Confined to Webster Co. Residents
I. 0. 0. F. Picnic , DP Rock Oil Co.
and Basket Dinner , To Erect Station
The Lodge will imlii u picnic ami
dinner lit iheCoiiiiUi Club u'lnuuds nil
Fiidnj. AugiM 'J. inula!! old Fellows
mill ili-ir faiiii'tcy aii'l !!' t'kiihs mid
f.itm n mo invited g l Mine will
be tin 1 iniii a nice )'i ,.! inn lias lioi'ii
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II a. in. IJ I jjitin initio Kek vs
KimiUli'i U"i1 Clou i wl . j lay tin
tv'mnei nfter ilinliHi'.
Welc mn rtdilrosi- B J. Overlng. . '
Itesp nisi' -Sherm tihipm.ui '
l.o O. V of Stnte-F. K Maurtr
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Fraternity Hep Daniel Unrher
Addresses (Jinnd .Master mul other
Hi and Lodge oHloer.
Mu-ic by High School Orclif stui.
100 yurtl il'iMi. free for all
Fnt Miuib fri'i' for nil fio jnul flash.
100 yard dash, hoys under 10.
f0 yard dasli, boys under 1'2.
Women aud girls racts, no yards,
Potato ami sack races free for all
A prize will be Iven to winners of
1st, Snd and 3rd places
Fifty cents admission will be charg
ed autos at the gate to help defray
FARM BUREAU NOTES
The Deep Rook Oil Co., who pin
ehused tint Ii M. Crnbill lots on Lust
Fotitth avenue MUiii'timu ago. cum
tiii'iu'i'.l cMMVatlnir lliix week nri'iura.
lory t tlie erection uf an oil station
then-oil I he building Is to lie 1I.U0
mid wi.l W built of In ick anil tile audi
stueeoul Besides the olllee for the
local inmicer, Frank lluvy, it will con
t'dn n s uviuiM lor ladies and gentle,
men i'Ihi- UrtihitUer is the ciintrm
tor In eh n i and he states that the
stntit n will be a credit to tlii- city.
Webster Co. Fair Opens
The WeliDtur County 1'air opened
ycsleid.t) with a small crowd in at
tendance. The races were ood and a
larKO amount of faim pioilnets are on
dlbplay but the live stock exhibit is
very sinall. Owing to the tact that
some of the live stock exhibitors from
hero did not receive their premium
money lust jcar they are not showing
there this year.
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
Gee. W. Hutchison
Real Estate Farm Loans
(By County Extension Agent, Henry
WEBSTER 'COUNTY AT ADAMS'
Webster county breeders help-ihbke
Adamb Countv Fair a success from k'
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ijivescocK standpoint.- atror.tj compe
tition this year made 'it worth while
showing. There is as much honor in
winning at the Adams County' Fairs
as at the State Fair. Webster county
breeders arc boosters for the Adams
Exhibitors and winnings are as
Johnson & Auld of Guide Rock
12 head of Shorthorn cattle. 2 Senior
Champions, 2 Grand Champions, 8
firsts, 7 seconds and 2 thirds.
F. C. Buschow and Sons of Blue
Hill, 6 head of Red Polled cattle.
Won 2 Junior Champions, 2 Senior
Champions and 2 Grand Champions,
1G firsts, 7 seconds.
Herman Wessels of Blue Hill 10
head of Angus cattle. 2 Junior Cham
pions 2 Senior Champions, 2 Grand
Champions, 13 firsts and 2 seconds.
Henry R. Fausch, of Guide Rock, 2
Shorthorns, 1 second and 1 fourth.
J. H. Hamilton of Guide Rock, 12
head of Poland China hogs. 1 Junior
Champion, 2 firsts, 2 seconds, 2
fourths and 2 fifths.
Henry R. Fausch of Guide Rock, 8
head of Poland Chinas, 1 Senior
Champion, 1 Grand Champion, 3
firsts 3 seconds, 1 third, 1 fourth and
Alfred Buschow of Blue Hill, 4 Po
land China hogs. 3 fifths.
Tom McMahon of Blue Hill, 3 head
of Duroc Jersey hogs. I second and
Emil Bluementhaf Blue Hill, 11
head of Duroc Jersey hogs, 1 third,
1 fourth and 1 fifth.
Wm. Arndt of Blue Hill, 1 Duroc
Jersey hog. 1 third.
Emil Blumenthal of Blue Hill, won
4 first and 1 second on poultry.
WEBSTER COUNTY STOCK
The Livestock team wins first at
Adams County Fair and the Dairy
teams wins second.
In the Live Stock contest Alfred
Sommerfclt wins 1st on Individual
pcore, 3rd on cattle and sheep and
fith on hogs.
Earl Portinier ranks 2nd on individ
ual score, 1st on cattle, 2nd on sneep,
rna 4th or hogs.
Cecil Means ranks Gth on individual
2nd on cattle and 4th on sheep.
Dairy contest, Wm. Arndt wins 1st
on Individual, second on Jerseys, 3rd
or. Gurnsoys and 4th on Holsteins.
Oscar Ramey Gth individual, 2nd or.
Holsteins. Paul Guroey 10th individ
ual. ' , '
( Died at Hastings ,
M?s Genevieve M. Watson, who
came here a fow weeks ago from Mou
t&DR, and was in charge of the oflicofor
the U. S. Drilling Co., passed away
Satqrday evening at Hastings' alter
undergoing an operation. During her
abjOrsldenoc here she v made many
friends ami was known as the, little
geologist of the. west as she had
Biderable cxporicnce.in oil wells.
I. 0. 0. F. Defeats Masons
Thursday evening the Odd Fellows
and Masons pulled off a ball game at
the Starke diamond. The former team
won by a scoro of 13 to 0. Joe Hen lit
made a sensational slldo for home
plater while the playing of Doc. Nichol
son, who had an oil day, lost tho game
for the Masons aud he was relieved by
II. S. Foe.
John Cummings, Floyd Prevost and
Virgil Huff were the batry for the
A. B. Golwick, Jus. Silvcy, Geo.
Kailey and Ed. Piatt were the battery
for the Ma&ons.
Kveryone present had an enjoyable
time rooting for his favorite player.
Farmers' Union Picnic
The Farmers' Uulon will hold an
all day picnic at the Mcltrldc Grove at
Cowles on Thursday. August 30 h, and
everyone is cordially invited to attend.
The program they have nrranged
10 a. m. Base Ball.
11:30 Music by toand.
Noon I'iouic Dinner.
1 p. m. Address by State President,
C. J. Osborne.
2 p. m. Athletics ConQncd to mem
Men and Boys 100, DO and 25 yard
Ladles and Girls 50, 33 aud 25 yard
Fat Men's Kaco.
Competition by Locals.
Centipede, Human and Relay Racos
Running high jump: running brood
jump; hop, step and jump; fence vault
ing and shot put; ladies nail driving
contest and horseshoes.
Also professional stunts conllned to
WebBtor couuty residents.
Cash prizes in all events.
You are urged to not forgot the date
and to be thore.
This tnornimr about 2 o'clock a
young man by the name of Wilson ae-'
cldently shot himself, the bullet pass
ing through his left ankle breaking'
the same, lie was taken to Dr. It S.
Muitiu'b hospital whero his wounds
wero dressed aftor which he was placed
The front of tho Mouto Crlsto cafe
lb being painted today,
Kodak as you go
All roads lend 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.$0 up.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
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25 Ladies' Spring Coats
Values Up to $25.00
Your $ I f 00
Choice J- "
Balance Ladies' COATS at
Just The Thing For Early Fall Wear
R. P. WEESNER CO.
Bon McFarland and son, Robert, . John Clauson is shipping his houso
left for Denver, Colorado, via auto, hold goods out today to Hcrndon,
Friday afternoon where they will J Kansas, and intends moving his fam
spend a few days. Mrs. McFarland .ily thero shortly, whero they will
and daughter have been thero for the 'make their homo in the future. Ho is
past month. They intend returning
employed there by the Burlington as
coal shed foreman. ,
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