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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. SEPTEMBER 13. 1U23
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WE ARE NOW SHOWING
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NEW HATS CAPS
N W SIITS
Tfte Very Latest In
Style and Fabrics
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING OT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
Will Have a Car Of--
NO. 1 ELBERTA PEACHES
This Week. The Crop Is Short and
the Season Will Soon Be Over
See Us About Them
R. P. WEESNER CO.
Thete will bo a get together meutintf
of all those interested iu Hie out! big
Tho Red Cloud Community Club will
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jrvenim iiinyrar. ino twiners i itol' Crablll's grove, Friday, September II.
, t"tf nt t,u' c,,url l,n,,l, tomorrow . at three o'clock. Supper will be serv.
nigni uih o'clock Vi
State and County Taxes
Webster enmity. tix puuns will be
chaiged with h total of $83,890 I" coun.
ty tiiM-s In 102IJ, as uompiti eil to $)(,
210,70 in 11)22. or a decieas" 01353.29,
bused on tli" county's Hsseed vulun.
tloti mihI the levy tlxed by tho county
boHt-d und repotted to the statu tax
For state purposes the county will
be charged with n total of .'10797.98 iu
1923, as compared to $5933-1 3(5 in 1922,
or a reduction iu state taxes of $8,55038
for this county
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Strong Dose for Car Thief
Morvel Fentress, Red Cloud, Neb.,
young man who stole the Hilly Amis
car Id Webster township about a year
ago, was given a beutence a' fifteen
years at Lansing yesterday by Judge
Mitchell in Smith Center. Twice Fed
tress escaped from the county Jail,
stealing another car in bis tirst get
away to take him out of the country.
Tho young man's father lives in Red
Cloud and is brokenhearted over'hla
son's waywardness. Lebanon Times.
MADE ADDRESS AT LEBANON
Olf Monday of lost week a meeting
was held at Lebanon, Kansas, in the
interest of building a community hall
and at which time Mr. 2. J. Overing
of this city was the principle speaker.
Mr. Overing spokc on "Co-operation
in Agriculture" and the following is
a pait of his addicss taken from the
"We must lcniember," said Mr.
Oveiing, "that in this fcction of Kan
sas and Nehiaska, agriculture is our
only vocation. We have no mines, no
factories, no great industrial centers
just soil. It is our woik to make the
soil produce its utmost.
He then explained the advantages
of co-operation in the banding togeth
er of farmers, or farmers and towns
men, in clubs or institutes and in the
exchanging through suca organiza
tions of practical ideas tnat will ob
tain to the advantage of every Individ
ual member and to the whole com
munity. Some fanner muy have
made a maiked success through some
method his experience am: ingenuity
cJ(Hi live o'clock. The bill of fare will
consist of fried chiclum, sandwiches,
salad, pio, cake and pickles.
Tint public is cordially Invited to at
tend Dveryono come and bring a well
FARM BUREAU NOTES
(By County Agent H. R. Fausch)
Six boys and three girls leprcscntn-
tives from Webster county boys' and
glrlB' clubs went to the Stato Fair
and the following prizes were won:
The Livestock Judging team won
first. Members of this team are:
Earl Portinier, Alfred Sommerfclt
and Cecil Means. This team will rep
resent Nebraska at the Inter-State
Fair at Sioux City, Iowa, Royal Live
Stock show at Kansas Gity and the
Inter-National at Chicago
The Dairy Judging team won third.
Members of this team a.e: William
Arndt, Paul Gurnoy and Oscar Ram-
Calf Demonstration team won
third. Members of this team are:
Alfred Sommcrfelt and William Arn
dt. The Clothing Judging team won
thkd. Members of this team are
Goldie McConkey, Alice Whitaker and
The Clothing Demonstration team
won third. Members of this team
arc: Goldie McConkey and DeEtte
Alfred Sommcrfelt won first as
Alfred Sommerfclt won first in the
Angus Heifer First Alfred Sonv
merfclt; Red Polled heifer Second
William Arndt; Shorthorn heifer
Fifth Alfred Sommerfclt.
County exhibit of calves won third.
County exhibit of clothing won second.
Individual winning: Earl Portinier
won second on judging hogs, second
on judging cattle and fourth on in
Alfred Sommerfclt fiist on hogs,
third on judging cattle and sixth on
Cecil Means seventh on individual
William Arndt first on judging
Ayrshire cattle, third on individual
score in judging dairy cattle.
Will Deliver an Ad-
dress in Red Cloud
Ono of America's foremost platform
orntois, Dr. Ira Limdrlth, has boon en
gaged to deliver an address In Red
Cloud, September a I, at 8 p. in at the
First AIoilmdM oliuich.
Ills theme will I I'nday and tho
America for It", and will deal largely
with l'iw eiifoict'int'iit and the world
wltlo prohibition movement No ad.
mission is dunged and the meeting Is
open to all
Dr. I.undrith is a big man with a
big voice aud has a fund of delightful
humor combined with a forceful pre.
sentatior of facts beating upon this
much discussod and important subject.
As a champion of thee principled
he has campaigned iu every state In
tho union, lie is National organizing
scuietary of the Young People's Chris,
tlau Endeavor societies and has been
moderator of his denominational
(Presbyterian) General Assembly. Ills
addresses am interdenominational aud
people of all denominations or none
are cordially invited to hear him.
Floyd McCall's barn was destroyed
by flro Tuesday night.
"A Lost Lady" by Willu dither is
now on Mile at Cotting's.
Tho I. O O l degree team went to
Guide, Itoclc lust night where they con
ferred the second degree on .loo Law
for the Ouldo Rock lodge
Miss Elsie Cather went to Lincoln
Fiiday morning where she will teach
in the city fchools during the winter.
Her mother, Mrs. C. F. Catlier accom
panied her to Hastings where she
spent the day visiting with frlcn:s.
Mrs. Wilbur James went to wand
Island Friday morning on train 4
where she will make her home In the
future. Mr. James has accepted tho
porition of State Superintendent of
Seven Dav Adventist schools ami will
make Grand Island his headquarters.
I can make farm loans in Webster,
Franklin, Jewell and Smith counties
at positively the lowest rato, best terms
and opt'on offered .! II. 1IAILEY.
Portrait Comes in December
The Willa Cather portrait, now be
ing painted by the famous Russian
artibt, Rakst, in Paris, and which will
bepuichased by Omaha women and
huug in the public libiary as a tribute
to the distinguished novelist, will
it is tA tTio iwtvim-' reach Omaha some time In December,
tage of the community that those who j according to I). M. Vinsouhaler, spon
are less successful should familiarize ,sor of the movement to purchase thlB
themselves with the system of their
neighbor and put it to tnelr own use.
Mr. Overing told of the develop
ment of pig, calf and poultry clubs,
under supervision of the Webster
County institute, and how they had
worked to stock the farms of his conv
munlty with high grade purebred live
stock. He recommends the organization of
institutes in every available commun
ity through which may be obtained
the co-openvtion needed m every busi
ness and every enterprise. He also
J. C. Brooks, one of the old settlers'
of Catherton township, who had "oeort
sick for the past few weeks, passed
away last Friday morning at the home
of hln son, Ross Broks at Campbell.
He in survived by two nans and n
daugh,fer. Funeral services were held
Sunday afternoon at tho New 'Vir
ginia church after which Interment
was made beside his wife in Uio
portrait. Mr. Vlnsonhalor, co-operating
with it woman's committee, of
which Mrs Margaret Ilynes is chair
man, has been at work on this project
for several weeks.
Miss Cather wroto Mr. Vlnsonbaler
from Paris last week, .stating that the
head was already completed and the
entire canvas would be finished by the
lost of September. She says that the
resemblance to date is unusually strik
ing. She is posed with her handB fold
ed and seated, the study being a half
With the consent of Mr. Vlnsonhnler
and tho woman's committee, Rnkst will
hang this Cather painting in his por
trait exhibit in Boston and Philadel
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. J 2 Ox
stressed the matter of coopeiatlon
with federal and state ngrtcultural
J departments, whose specialists have
technical knowledge on certain sifj
'jects that no one man. with his vai
jied duties, could obtain in a life time.
"We arc taxed for the support of
these departments and it rs our fault
if wc do not make use or the many
benefits their trained field men nic
able to give," said the spenker. occupying the Vlllo D-Avray, Selno et
At the conclusion of Mr. 0 ei lug's e There she recently entertained
.wi,i. t ,. 4:, ,. ,.t, ....... ... .. former Senator and Mrs. 0. M. Hitch.
. 14111111; a rtuuiu unit; u. fi;il. ill it I
discussion of phases of organisation ,cocU at dlnner.-Oiuaha World lleiald.
(work, and it is probable
Direction E. C. PRESTON
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
BEGINNING FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14
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phia iu November. Mr. Vlnsonbaler
has requested thoartist to make public
' note that tho painting belongs to Oma
ha and is to be hung in tho libiary
Miss Catlier will teturn to the Unit
ed States in October. She Is at present
A Week ol Exceptional Programs
Open Every Night Tickets on Sale at 7:30 P. M.
Program at 8 P. M.
Matinees at 3 P. M. Saturday and Sunday Only
FRIDAY & SATURDAY. SEPT. 14 and 15
(Saturday Matinee at 2:45)
George Melford's production "Ebb Tide"
If you really want thrills here's the greatest South Sea thriller
ever filmed. Stevenson's immortial masterpiece perfectly produc
ed. With Lila Lee. James Kirkwood, Raymond Hatton, George
Fawcett, Noah Beery, aud Jacqueline Logan. 23-469
Also one of the MackScnnctt's Wonder Comedies
Children 10c Adults 30c
SUNDAY & MONDAY. SEPT. 16 and 17
Harold Lloyd's "Safety Last"
Is the Diggcst Thing in Laughs and Thrills to appear on the screen
yet. When you sec him climb the 12 story building you'll get a
spine thrill and a big howl every'step of the way. Also you will
enjoy Bill Rogers as the "Ropln Fool". Don't let anything
keep you away from this show. You will regret it if you do.
Admission-Childreu 10c, Adults 40c 45-338
TUESDAY ONLY. SEPT. 18
Should a woman rc-marry? Can a broken heart be mended? Is
second love as strong as first love? Can memory ever blot out first
love? See the sensational answer to these and countless other
burning questions in Ethel Clayton's picture 45-2072
"Can m Woman Lovm Twloe"
Added Attraction Mr. and Mrs. Carter DeUaven in
"may It With Diamonds"
Admission Children 10c, Adults 30c
i move will
bo made to sponsor an Institute' pat
terned after the Webster coun'y or
ganization, with its attendant calf,
pig and poultry clubs, its exhibitions
Mis. Downey of Lincoln is visiting
her mother, Mrs Jus Meil'oid.
Mr. and Mrs ( W. Trine nnd dnugh. '
ter, Miss Vernit, letuiued lunun Tues
day evening from Llnneons, Missouri
WEDNESDAY ONLY. SEPT. 19
Want action? Thrills? Romance! Mystery? It's all here
filmed amid the exquisite, snow draped regions of the Canadian
"ThO Snow Brtdo" Alice Bradys latest Paramount picture
Added to this "Pathc News", "Aesops Fable"
and Timely Topics of the day.
THURSDAY ONLY. SEPT. 20
HREMANS BENEFIT NIGHT
"Tho Third Alarm"
"Let's go" is what you should say for you will enjoy the bump
er crop of thrills, the pulsating torrent of laughs. You'll alternate
ly giggle and quake when you see this good heart and soul picture.
You should show your appreciation of the firemen of your city by
giving them support here. 45-500
Along with this another Carter DcHaven Comedy.
"Rico and Old Shoos"
Admission Children 10c, Adults 40c.
WATCH AND READ
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