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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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A. T. Dclph spent Sunday at Superior.
W. A. Komjuo returned from Alma
Mrs. W. J. Linn went to Superior
Mr.--. I? C. Cox went to Wymorc on
train 1G Sutidn:.
Hert Leonard was down from via
vale Monday afternoon.
Roy Killingcr arrived from Norton,
Kansas Sunday morning.
Mr. Vermis 10. Hay wont to Tracr,
Kansas Tuesday morning.
W. II. Smith was a passenger to
Hastings Friday morning.
The Old Settlers Picnic Is being held
at Cowlos today.
35 head 2 yr old Hereford cattle,
mixed, for sale Chas. Brown, Bell
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Miss Kdith Bcezley left for Kearney
Friday morning on train where she
will teach school th's winter.
John Schnell went to Oilcans, Wed
nesday and from there he will go to
Colorado to look after business.
Mr. and "Mrs. Minor Kirchncr of
CJIay Center were the guests of his
brother, Tom, nnd wife Tuesday.
Claude Krost diovo a new Patilol
truck down from Hastings the first
of the week for Frank Tcterson .
Mis Iva Hall of Bladen was a pas
senger from the local ticket offirc to
St. Joe on train 1G Friday running.
Mrs. Lee Walker is visiting icla
tivea at Beatrice this week.
t A. Hoffman went to Hastings Wed
nesday to look after business.
' Mrs. Georgia Walker was a passen
ger to Lincoln Sunday morning.
Thad Saunders was down from
Campbell the last of the week,
Ed., McAllister of Beatrice is viaJt
ang friends In the city this week.
Mrs. Grace Wolfe went to Hastings
aturday morning to spend the day.
Mrs. Bernice Hutchinson was a pas
senger to Kearney Saturday morning.
Mrs. Roy Workman went to Beat
rice for a "visit with relatives at that
Will Robertson, John Yost and An
cil Crabill attended the State Fair
The Red Cloud Golf Club members
will hold a picnic and tournament at
their grounds next Sunday afternoon.
Miss Mabel Van Omam went to
Hardy Saturday morning on train 16
to trend the week end with her pan
Mother nnd the girls always apolo
gize for anything father selects for
The best that can be snid about
some folks after they are dead is that
they are dead.
When a woman buys her husband n
birthday present he always thinks it
was bought with his money.
It is a good thing hens don't get
the same scale for laying eggs that
masons get for laying brick.
We all agree that the woild is get
ting no better. But how much is each
of us doing to make it better?
Several of the local fight fans arc
planning to attend the Elks Legion
fistic card at Hastings next Monday
J. W. Hauck left an train 15 Wed
nesday for Denver, Colorado where he
will take up new duties in the shops
at that place.
Marjorie Stunkard left last night
on train 17 for Padromla, Colorado,
to visit her brother who Is farming
at that placo.
FOR, SALE 39 head of Whiteface
yearling steers. Inquire of Tom
Swartz or Ren Zackery 3l miles
east of Red Cloud.
Don't fail to see the pictuic "The
Third Alarm" at the Auditorium next
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pegg, who re
side in California, arrived in the city
Saturday morning to visit his mother
and other relatives.
Mrs. A. Dolinage left on train 17
Sunday evening for Los Angeles,
' Mr. Burg, father of Frank Burg, re
turned to Armour after n extended
Mrs. Mary Polnicky and grand
daughter, Helen are visiting in Guide
The .partial eclipse of the sun was
very noticeable here for awhile Mon
a W. A. Romjue was a passenger to
Alma Wednesday morning to look
i Gene Bush returned to Atwood,
Kansas, after spending the week end
with home folks. ,
' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amack and
daughter, Mrs. Max Marshall autoed
to Bostwick Sunday.
Mrs. L. E. Evana returned to Hast
ings, ' accompanied by her mother,
Mrs. Walter Warren.
The Red Cloud and Lawrence ball
teams crossed bats on the local dia
mond last Sunday, the visitors won by
a scoic of 15 to 9.
The reform politician's central idea
is that he is going to have everyone
profit at the expense of someone else.
The main thing that moving picture
advertlblug does Is to make the audi
ence mad because it delays the show.
When your wife wants you to "just
look at" something in a store you will
save time if you tell her to go ahead
and buy it.
Women arc easily fluttered but did
you ever notice how a man acts when
he gets some speciul notice or at
A Newman Grove man is so et6f
nomical that he always takes extra
long steps so he won't wear oat hjs
shoes so fast.
I know a man who is so strong
minded that when he sees a Wet'
Paint sign he never tries it with His
ringer to see if the sign is telling the
What has become of the old fa3hV
ioned man who put on three palrfc
of socks when he bought new shoes
so as to make sure of having them
Special Sale of School Dresses
To Clean-up on Gingham Dresses
will close them out at the following
Age 2-4-6 choice of any in the store
Age 8 choice
Age 10 choice
Age 12 choice
Age 14 choice
IN HOSE WE HAVE EVERTHING
in sizes from 4 to the largest out size in Cotton or Silk from
15c to 2. GO
Come in and look the line over. I know I can save you money on your hose.
If anything goes wrong with the
car the average husband always as
sumes that his wife has been fooling
Miss Gertrude Wiggins left for
North Platte, Friday morning, near
which place she will teach school
through the coming term.
Mrs. J. E. Murnaham left on train
14 Sunday morning for Apporson,
Oklahoma, where She was called by
the ilinc.s of her mother.
Virgil 'Huff took a truck load of
furniture to Wheeler, Kansas Tuesday
for Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Harns,wo wjll
make their home at that place. ,
"The Third Alarm", a fire depart
ment picture, will be shown at the
Auditorium, September 20th for the
benefit of the local fire department.
Mis?, Velma Beezley left for Scotts
Bluff Wednesday where she will
teach school this winter.
H. Anderson -posted bills for Ring
ling Bros, show which will show in
Hastings September 26th.
Miss Zona Hirsch went to Superior
Saturday morning to spend a couple
of days visiting with her parents, re
turning to this city Sunday evening
A Harvard young man is so eco
nomical that he proposed to his best
girl on her birthday so he could give
her an engagement ring for a birtlj
dny present. I
If a neighbor came in and found an
old fashioned woman resting she felt
as ashamed of it as if she had been
Leaught with something that didn't be
long- 10 ner.
A Harvard man is so considerate of
his wife that -whenever she has to got
up.early.iin the morning to do a big
wanning, he always sets the alarm
clock for her. ' 1!
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Henry Ford says most of the people
don't. know. what they want and have
no idea of how to get what they do
want; Ht is telling too much truth to
Crescent Was Christian Once,
file national emblem of the Turks
Is the crescent. Their organization for
aiding their wounded Is called "Thu
Red Crescent." Under the crescent
they fought the solillers of the cross.
Yet crescent ns well ns cross was real-
,,ly a Christian emblem. For the creR
cent was first used by tho primitive
Christians of Const antlnoplo as an em
blem of the growing power of Chris
tianity. It was not until about the
yxsar 1453, after tho Turku had' cap
tured Constantinople, that they adopt
ed tiro crescent as their national cm-
jbl'em. Tho reason why has never been
satisfactorily explained. Tho crescent
is essentially n symbol, and yet the
Kornn forbids tho use of all symbols
or linages In the religious ceremonies
of the Turks. The crescent Is used,
however, and none seem to object, or
recall Its Christian origin and significance.
Even If your house and furniture are
veered by Insurance,' .It Is extremely
'Wuu'cky t6 'have .them burn on Friday
Ivan Himes of Joes, Colorado, who
had been to St. Joe with a shipment
of cattle, stopped off here Wednes
day and spent the day with his mother
If you will spend half as much time
trying to save money as you do tryr
ing to find ways and means to make
more you are not likely to have much
trouble with the sheriff.
Some folks think the money spent
for road signs is advertising. If you
think this is true see how many such
signs you can read and understand
while driving by in your car.
Slnns of Trouble.
A Montana lire marshal lists tho fol
lowing as sure signs that something
unpleasant N going to happen to you:
"A ernek In your chimney Is u sure
Mgn that you are going to move. If you
dream of smelling smoke, It Is n sign
oyou are asleep and had better wake
up. To see a paperhanger papering
over a Hue-hole Indicates an Impending
loss. It Is bad Iwl: to look into a dark
rlo.set with a match. If you can see
your shadow from an oil lamp whllo
filling a gasoline stove It Indicates n
crowd of people coining to your house.
When tho wind uionns, It Ih extremely
bad. luck to burn trash near the houste.
If you smell gas or gasoline and look
for It with a light. It foretells that you
are nbout to start on a long Journey.
WE H AVE RECEIVED
THIS WEEK A WONDERFUL NEW LINE OF
The Prices are Reasonable and the Merchan
dise is of .Very Superior Quality and Make.
WE ASK YOUR ATTENTION
WHEN YOU NEED CLOTHING
' r,The Itockefeller Foundation, en
dowed by John D. Rockefeller with
"more than 100 million dollars, was
given a charter by tho state of New
York in 1013. Its purpose Is "to pro
mote the well-being nnd advance the
civilization of the people of the Unit
ed States nnd Its territories and pos
session!!, and of foreign lands. In the
acquisition nnd dissemination of
knowledge, In the prevention of suffer
ing, and In the promotion of any and
all the elements of human progress."
We Serve You Better and Our Clothing is
Better. Come And See.
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Co.
WE HAVE WEIR CITY
Wallie Walgreen, Bert Elmore of
this city and Glenn Demon of Bladen
were in Superior Sunday where they
played with the Guide Rock team
.Mrs. Joe Alrhori arrivod from Kear
ney last evening foe, a ,vlslt with her
mother, Mrs. Cynthia Moier.
,Hugh Kelly returned to duty on
sWitch engine after laying .off a wees
visiting friends in McCook.
'WnvCrabijl, and wife and Mr. and
lirs.1 lafrick' -attended the funeral of
J. C. Brooks which .was held Sunday
a"f?ernbon"at the New Virginia church.
futher reduced in price
, DEALER .
Starke Bros, have decided to quit
the cattle business and will have a
dispersion sale of their well known
herd of Holstein cattle on Thursday.
October 11th, at their farm.
The farm home of H. H. Fetty, west
of Inavale, was destroyed iby fire last
Thursday noon. Not much furniture
was saved and we are informed that
he carried insurance on the house and
The old fashioned woman who
walked three miles to pick berries
on the shares now has a daughter who
doesn't even know how to can them
after someone else picks them.
When son gets to the point where
he thinks he should learn to smoke
give him a strong old pipe and some
plug tobacco and tell him to go to
it. His desires will soon be satisfied.
Bob Simmons is a peculiar sort of
congressman. His idea is to find out
what his constituents want and then
get it.for them, if possible, instead of
telling them what they ought to have.
The Margin of Safety
Is represented by the amount of
insurance you carry.
Don't lull yourself into a fancied
Because fire has never touched you
It doesn'tfollow tlmt you'roimmune
Tomorrow -no today, If yqu have
time and you better find time
come to tho oflico and we'll writo
a poliuy on your house, furniture,
btoru or uiorolnmdiho.
LATER MAY BE TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
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One Nebraska editor is likely to be
sent to the insane, asylum soon. Ills
chief hallucination is that it U al
ways possible to' elect none but sane,
sensible, competent men to public
A Born Salesman.
"Did you ever have any exciting ex
periences?" "About twenty years ugo," said tho
brisk promoter, "I was ordered to
leave a western town by a notorious
two-gun man who didn't like the cut
of my clothes."
"As you are still alive, I suppose
6, 1 bought him a couple of drinks
anA sold hlra the suit." Detroit Free
The Malone-Gellatly Co.
I MM III
The Boss says if I don't say any
thing about what she does she knows
I am satisfied for I am sure to raise
thunder in general if I am not satis
fied. Guess I urn about like the aver
age husband in that respect.
One of the greatest needs in this
world is a lawn grass that will always
be exactly an inch and a half long.
Closed cars are fashionable nowa
lays but none of us is anxious to ride
in the kind that has a back door.
Some men think conveniences in the
kitchen and toys for the children are
in the same class. And some women
don't think it is ever necessary to
comb their heads and put on a clean
dress unless they are going some
place or expect company. ' "
Referee's Sale of
Notice is hereby given that whoreas
in the actioa pending in the District
Court ol Webster County, Nebraska,
wherein Ernest James Doyle is plain,
tiff and Edward Doyle et al, are de
fondants for the partition of the real
estate hereinafter described a decree
of said court baa been cnteredeonflrm.
ing the shares of the parties and di.
reoting partition and a report of the
referee has been made that a division
of the land cannot equitably be made
and the court has approved buch re
port and directed a sale of the pre
mises Now thoreforo I, E G. Caldwell,
referee In said action will on thu 22nd
day of September, 192.'!, at two o'clock
P. M. at the bouth front door of the
court houbo In Red Cloud Webster.
County, Nebraska, bell at publlo nuc
tlon to tho hlghebt hiddor, tor oabh,
the- following described real estate, to-1
wit. Block 12, In Ituilrond Addition
to the city of Mod Uloun. wcosier
Dated AngiiKt 15. 1023
E. O CALDWELL. Referee.
Bernard McNeuy, Attorney:
KEEP YOUR HOGS WffiL
I SELL THE BEST REMENDJES
HESS'S STOCK TONIC
HESS'S HOC WORM POWDER ., ',
STANDARD HQG REMEDY 4;,
AVALON HOG TONIC '" A
GLAUBER SALTS COPJPERAS,
SAL SODA, ETC. VM' A-
COME AND BEE UB
CHAS. L. COTTING, -ai.
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
Tho best place . for Picture
Geo. W. Hutchison
Real- Estate Farm Loans
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