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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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THE REDCLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraaka.
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Get your Auto Tops and Curtains
Fixed Up for Cold Weather
All Kinds of New Tops put on Priced Right
LEE R. WALKER
Harness and Saddlery 2 Doors South of Farmers Union.
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A. B. McARTHUR, Editor and Owner
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LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
Bell Phone 29
Ind. Phone 12
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 sie are here for
Autographic Kodaks $6.J0 up".
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
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James Peterson Is taking In thestnlc
llr this week.
M. S. Marhh went to Chicago Satur-
diiy, leaving AUlaliisha'inaiiagcrorthc
The niotlier of N. U. Wagoner, livina
six miles boutb of town, died Saturday
night. The interment took place on
Fmnk Crowden nnd Hugh Miner
rJdo from CowleB to Rod Cloud 11 dis
tince of ten miles In thirty-throe min
utes, last btimiay, no team in the coun
ty could make it in that time.
Cllir Pope returned from u trip west
Wright Thornburg went to see the
Cherokee btrlp Tuesday.
Editor Talt, of The Chief foroe, was
taking in the State Fair this week
Miss Cora Kaley was visiting in Rlv-
erton this week.
Mrs. Earner was attending the state
fair this week.
The new bank, which will be opened
for business October 2nd, will be run
under the name of the "People's Bank"
and Is officered by the following vjell;
known gentlemen: President J. . L.
Miner; Cashier Walter Sherwood;
Assistant Cashier Hugh Miner
20 YEARS AGO
Al Ualusha was in Cm nil Island ibis
Paul Popo visited his parents this
(Jinnt IMier of Superior spent Sun
day in town.
Jim Cather returned Sunday from a
bliort trip to Lincoln.
Sherwood Albright is home from
Illndeu for n few days.
Herbert Cook is home for a short
visit, after which h leaves for Mexico.
George Lindsay's Galloways captur
ed ten first prizes and eight second
prizes at the state fair last week. i
One of the most shocking tragedies
In the history of this section of the
country since the Indian massacres oc
curred Tuesday night in Smith county,
Kansas, about thirteen miles southwest!
of Red Cloud. Two women and a Jglrl
of thirteen years lie dead as .a resulpf
the iUBane passion of one man for the.
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The victims of this tragedy are Mrs..
Eliza Payne.'aged 57, whose husband
H. H. Payne, died last April; her
daughter, Mrs. Eda Williamson, aqed'
31, and Mrs. Williamson's daughtj-,t
Mattle, aged 12. All the evidence
points to Thomas Madison, a farm hand
in the employ of Elmer Spurrier, -as
the perpetrator of the terrible crime.
10 YKARS AGO
.t OMFORT for it means a cool kitchen.
4 yS Economy for it wastes no fuel. You burn
" - kerosene oil onjy when you need it. Efficiency
for a Florence Oil Stove is easy and quick of
operation and every bit of heat is concentrated
close under the cooking.
Come in and let our salesmen show its many
We Give S. & H. Green Savin gs Stamps With All Cash
Our public schools started Monday
with an enrollment of f75.
Howard Foe of Lincoln is spondlng
the week in this city visiting his par
ents. Lelland Caldwell left Tuesday for
Great Falls, Montana whore he will
register at the land drawing.
Miss Dessie Taylor left the first of
the week for Boulder, Colorado where
she is attending the state university.
Father Fitzgerald and sister return
ed the Drat of the week from. Colorado
points where they bad been enjoying
a short outing.
Hurry Buckles, Ira Wolfe and T K.
McArthur autoed to Franklin Wednes
day aud took in the Franklin County
Frank Huffer who thrashed on Mon
day reports that his oats averaged 57
bushels per acre. John flasselbacker,
who also thrashed the same day re
ports a record of 53 bushels per acre.
Ben McFarland, Fred Temple, .las'
Ryan and Dan Pumroy of, Rivertonloft
Monday evening for Glasgow and Great
Falls, Montana where they intend to
participate in Uncle Sam's big land
drawing on the 2lst
0. C. Teel went up to Trenton Tues.
day where ho adjusted a lire loss for
one of tho insurance companies of
which he Is local agent.
Autumn Days Have Come
A store of bright, lovely merchandise awaits you at Stein Bros. Co.
Indian Summer, the season of brilliant hues revealed in beautiful things to
wear, is here and many hours of delight can be spent in strolling through
the many departments of this institution beholding the new things that are
in demand for fall.
These Chilly Nights
Warrant the use of warm bed
coverings. Is your stock com
plete? Are the little tots warm?
Beautiful blankets and comforts
on display on the first floor, east.
The Canning Season
Is on again and we are surely
glad there is plenty for all. to can
and preserve. The necessities
can be had in our basement hard
ware section. There are preserv
ing kettles, buckets, dishpans and
everything you might want.
Surely you will agree with us that our men's department is most com
plete in every detail, if you have once seen it. The new models in suits and
overcoats for fall are now selling and the prices are quite remarkable too.
And those Keith and Stetson hats Most of the fall hats are of sheared
velour and their good looks are extraordinary.
THE WOMEN'S APPAREL
department on the second floor holds many a surprise for you ladies. The
most popular garment for fall is the coat dress. The new coats are elegunt,
and here is a wide variety of styles. Ribbon is a strong feature this season
on both wearing apparel and millinery.
NOW YOU KIDDIES
don't forget to remind mother that the next time you come to Hastings not
to forget that sweater, dress, coat or pair of shoes you were talking about
the other day., Schqol has started now and soon old Jack Frost will set in
and you will need those things badly.
ONE PRICE TO SLL
WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS
I'ICTOIUAIj ItKVICW PATTWINS
Trine's Hardware Store
(i. V. Docrinir, who was taken sic:;
oho year ngo Saturday while working
the second trick at the depot, ami has
since been In Kansas with relatives,
lesumed woik Saturday afternoon. K,
T. Harrington who lias been working
this job, goes on first while J. D.
Hoxseyjs taking a ten day vacation
in St. Joe.
"TeHch me good judgement
For I have believed in Thy Command.
All school people who have not yet
established a church home in Red
Cloud are cordially invited to the
Cnristian Church. In the rush of
school life one frequently forgets that
the spiritual life must be nourished as
well as the Intellectual to produce the
normal life It was said of the youth
who was the only perfect man the
world has ever seen: "And Jesus ad
vanced in wisdom and stature, and in
favor with God and man".
The Missionary Soolety met at the
Parsonage Friday afternoon with near
ly all members and two visitors prcs
entj" The study of the Negro course
was finished. Next month we begin
the study of Japan which should prove
exceedingly interesting as the eyes of
the world are focused upon her at
We are glad to welcome the County
Sunday School Convention to our
church October 1 and 2. The program
will probably be printed.
Tho Ludtcb' Aid have extra work and
arc glad to welcome visitors at their
meetings every Thursday afternoon at
Mrs. C. J. Pope's.
Oscar Henry, the new Burlington
roundhouse foreman, arrived hero
,'rom Denver Thursday morning on
No. 1C and took immediate chavgo of
the woik here. Mr. and Mrs. Hauck
will spend n couple of weeks in Cor
feyville, Kansas with their folks be
fore going to Denver.
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hearse in Connection
Best Service to Others Means Real Happiness to Oarelve
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BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD. NEB
Webster County "Bank
WE WISH to announce that we have opened up a Wr
ings department in our bank foitheuse of thechild
ren, adults and every one. Thrift and saving 'is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you to take advantago 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 qommunity to become
a customer of this new departments
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
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