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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 30, 1923)
RED CLOUD, KXBRAJntA, CHIEF
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fHE RED CLOUD XHlEF
Red' Cloud, Nebraska.
UBL1SHED EVERY THURSDAY
Dr.B. V. Nicholson
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OVER STATE BANK
J?cd Coud Nebraska
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A. B. McAltTUUR, Editor aud Ownor
nm'M ifin RED BAND MADE .B
Get your Auto Tops and Curtains
Fixed Up for Cold Weather
A Kftfs of New Tops put on-Priced Right
LEE R. WALKER
Hnrnoss and Saddlery 2 Doors South of Farmors Union.
V. --, s nriiMnr, . Yv THE LARGEST PENCIL FACTOR
CHULL WNUL LU VW UAYi. U..i. in wc world
Foreign, per column Inch 15c
Local, 12tf & 15
SS I'lIOKNMX HO.SinRY
LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
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Bell Phone 29
Ind. Phone 12
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one. Thrift and saving is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you to take advantage of this sav
ings idea and make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and we are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hoars In Connection "
Best Service te Other Nmm Real Happiness te Ourselves.
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Prof. Caster is home Irom the worlds
Hurry Strotip went to Nelson, Thurs
day with a phonograph.
Wm. Lotson arrived from Doadwood,
S. D., Tuesday, and rcturnod yester
day. Mrs. Heudersou and daughters Dora
and Edna, of Womer, Kansas, were in
Red Cloud, this week
Geo. Matkins, the 6econd.hand fur
nituro man, was up in Red Willow
county this week nud says that the
com crop is very line up there.
J. A. MoArlhur, who has been spend.
Ing a few weeks at Otter Lake and
other Michigan towns, has returned
home satisfied to live in Nebraska.
20 YEARS AGO
Mrs. Earner is attending the Hast,
Miss Sadie Overing has retnmod
lien McFarland left for Denver the
first of the week.
Dr. R Damerell Bnd 11 P. Mizer are
in Denver this week.
Uenjamln Hudson of Rosemont was
in town Saturday.
J. H. liailoy and wife visited with
relatives in Maukato, Kans., this week.
Miss Lizzie Poindexter and Miss
Blanche Foster are in Hastings this
William Edson opened his school In
district 17, north of Guide Rock, last
Dr. Creignton has removed his ofllce
to rooms over Miner liro a. grocery
Ned Grimes of Dluc Hill was iu the
city Monday. He will attend the
Omaha School of Pharmacy this win
Jake Nustein has closed out his
cigar manufacturing business in this
city uud returned to St Joseph, Mo.,
where ho will make his future home.
10 YKARS AGO
rOMFORT for it means a cool kitchen.
V Economyfor it wastes no fuel. You burn
v kerosene oil only when you need it. Efficiency
for a Florence Oil Stove is easy and quick ofx
operation and every bit of' heat is concentrated
close under the cooking. : ,
Come in and let our. salesmen show its many
We Give S. St H. Green Savings Stamps With All Cash
Tribe's, Hiardware Store
Dr. Ashcr of Campbell was in town
Dave Saltzman was home this week
from Grand Island visiting his mother.
Mrs. Frank Huffer add daughter, at.
tended the picnic at G aide Rock yes
terday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kent and daugh
ter Tillle took in the picnic at Quids
Chas. WhiUkor and family departed
Wednesday for Denver where they will
visit his brother.
Father Fitzgerald and his sister left
the last of the week for Colorado to
enjoy an outing.
Chas. Amack of Bird City, Kansas,
was iu this city Friday visiting his
brother Geo. Amack and family.
J. H. Kellog aud wife returned to
their home at Piatt Center, Wednesday
after a pleasant visit with his parents,
Mrs, Walter Warren aud daughter
Reva arrived home from Iowa this
morning where they had been visiting.
Mr. and Mrs. Sim Robertson left to
day for Lincoln where they will visit
their daughters aud attend the state
Mrs. W. A. May of Lincoln arrived
Wednesday morning to vUit her moth
er Mrs. Marker who lives in Catherton
Mrs. Jay Pope returned home the
first of the week from Denver where,
she has has been visiting her son, Win.
fred Pope nnd family.
Roundhouse Foreman, HVuck re
ceived instructions this' morning tp lay
off five men on his force. While a'
reduction in the force in the mechani
cal department is expected later in
the year it is very unusual to luy off
any -men so soon.
You will be Very Much Pleased with the
New Fall Dresses
now on our selling floor and awaiting your inspection
The Coat Frock Is Just The Thing
It is the big style idea of the present season; slim, straight and made very
graceful by such added touches as soft embroidery trimming, fur trimming
and self trim in contrasting shades. The more popular materials used are
Poiret Twill and Charmain in navy, new shades of brown and tan.
Satin for Fall Dresses
The silk frock for the coming new season favors Satin, Canton Crepe, and
Jacquard crepe made especially pleasing with effects of lace trimming or
tiers or drape effects. Basque styles are popular. Many new shades un
describable in print.
POPULAR PRICES PREVAIL
$16.25 to 85.00
ONE PRICE TO ALL
WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS
l'UTOKIAI. UEV1KW PATTKHNH
"My soul longeth, yen, oven fainteth
for the courts o' Jehovnh."
Sunday morning, we will have Sun.
day School and preaching service as
usual with the addition of a special ex
ercise by the primtry group, we uuder
stand. The delegates to our Conference at
Superior w-re accompanied home by
Mrs F. E. liullock of D.iylon, Ohio.
Mrs. liullock is one of our highest Sui -
day School ofllcers and n story teller t
of unusual ability; for thU reason, we
were very fortunate indeed to nave her
for a story hour and address on Wed
Does Advertising Pay?
Ask the man wbp ktpttho Victrola
dog in that attentive attitude. ! .;
Ask the man that'dicdovered chewing
gum Wriggled. .'
Ask Ihs man who taoghC Ivory Soap
to stay on the surface.' -' "
Ask the man who proved holeproof
Ask the man who haa'achlevedaskln
one loves to touch.
Ask the man who keeps' cool in alpu
Ask dad; be knows.
- Legal Notice.
To FRANK CALLAND:
Yon are hereby notified that on
May 14, 1923, Jennie Calland, filed a
notltlnn .Mllnlt vnll In tll Dilltrilt
Court of Webster County, Nebraskp,'
the objeot and prayer of which is to
obtain a divorce from you on the
pround that vou have been guilty of
extreme cruelty towards the plaintiff
and of non support and desertion.
You are required to answer said peti.
tion on or before October 15, 1023.
Jennie Calland, Plaintiff,
By E. 0. Caldwell,
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Kodak as you go
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Netice ol Final Report
- All roads lead to pictures arid ",.
pictures lead to our Kodak counter.
Finishing service that pleases, and
Kodak Film in any size are here for
Autographic Kodaks $6.50 up.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist '
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Cholera Kills Hogs
Many fatal diseases CAUSED
BY WORMS are mistaken (or
Cholera.. Rid your hogs of
worms with Kamarika. Avoid
losses. S2.S0 size will treat 64
hogs weighing 75 pounds each.
At Cotting Drug Store
, , f Laboratory f
In the Connty Court of Webster
County, Nebraska. ."
In the matter of the estate of A. D(j
All persons Interested In said estate,
are hereby notified that the Executrix
has filed herein a final account and re
port of her administration, and-a peti
tion for the final settlement of 6uch
account and report, nnd for a decree
of distribution of the residue of said
estate, anil for the assignment of the.
real estate belonging thereto, and a
dlschargo from nor trust, all of which
said mattors have been sot for hearlug
before aald court on the 8th day of
September, 1023, at the hour of 10
o'clock, A. M., when all persons inter
ested may appear and coutest the
Dated this 29th day of August 1023.
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, , . County Judge. J was on trains 4 and 11. J.
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
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Mr. and Mrs. Childress and child
ren returned home Monday morning
on trajn 11 froin Denver, Oolorado,
where they went Friday evening for
a couple of days. Visit?! During hta
nhsRnee Conductor Burney of McCdqk
CARD OF THANKS
Wc extend our thanks to those dear
friends and neighbors, who helped so
much with their kindly sympathy and
fbnnutiful flowers, in the recent death
of our beloved wife and mother.
, . , , J. H. HANSON
t AND, FAMILY
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