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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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v- AS TOLD TO US
K 25 S R S a B US Bl B S3 R i!l
Frank Campbell was in Ayr Monday.
W. A. Ronijue was a passenger to
Oliver Powell and Hoy Rust spent
Friday in Fairbury.
The new boiler for the oil well was
A. 15. Crabill went
Mr. McKimmey was a pascnger to
Potatoes and onions for sale Clias.
Raster, phone 12 on 2.
Clin1). Kaley mid Pnte Hansen depnit.
o.l Tuesday for California
Mrs. 0 E l.cgett went to llnstings
Tuesday t iuutt n few days
Mrs. Everett Coon and mother ar
rived .Saturday evening fiom Omaha.
Weather Observer Chas. Ludlow re
pot ts that 1 Sd Inches of ruin lias fell
tho past few days.
Mr. and Mrs. George of Broken Bow
wcic the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Larrick the last of the wecTc.
Misses Vcrna Trino and Conine
N'cucibcrg went to Lincoln Tuesday
to attend scliool at that city.
Mrs. Alice Tatroe left
for Champaign, Illinois.
Editor W. B. Smith returned home
Thursday from Hastings.
Albert Delph was a passenger
Aiaphoe, Tuesday morning.
Minnie Kellett returned home from
Hastings Saturday evening.
Freeman Erickson took a car of
riiecp to St. Joseph Sunday.
B. Pylc of Falls Oity is visiting
relatives in the city this week.
Mr. H. C. Leslie went to Franklin
' Sunday with a car of peaches.
t Mr?. Andy Saladen of Alma visited
with friends in the city last Friday.
Mis. Lc'e Kindson leturncd to Co
zard after visiting a few da;,s with
her sister, Mrs. Hugh Kelly.
Eightj -eight car.- of stock passed
tin ntigh here enroute to Kansas City
and St. Joe markets on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Latta arrived
here from Salem, California Sunday,
going to Earl Latta's at Cowlcs.
Dr. Howard Yost of North Platte,
spent Monday night here with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Yost.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kelly and the
latter's sister, together with Mrs. J.
A. Arnell autoed to Hastings Friday.
Roy Barnes went to Franklin,
Thursday to attend the county fair.
Mr. and Mrs. X. B. Bush went to
Almcr.a, Saturday to visit old friends.
Mrs. Alice Smith went to Bird City,
Kan as Satuulny morning on train
II. C. Leslie arrived from Norton,
Kansas, to look after business between
trains and went to Chester on train
Court Reporter, Lee Johnson re
turned to Hastings Monday morning
after spending Sunday here with his
Mrs. Abe Klion and baby returned
home from Quincy, Illinois after visit
ing a few weeks with relatives at that
Mr? Long arrived from Denver,
Colorado, to vhit with Mrs. II. M.
Howard Kaley, Win. Mcllridc and
Fiod McPhctois attended the Legion
Elks big fight at Hastings Monday
Engineer Nciwig of Hastings was
'attending to business in this city last
Mrs. Grace Wolfe returned from
Hastings and Lincoln after several
Miss Alma Waters returned to
Lincoln" after visiting the past week
. 35 head 2 yrold Hereford cattle,
mixed, for sale Olias. Brown, Bell
Mrs. Del Holiday and children went
to Wray, Colorado for a weeks visit
.E. D. Stroup was in charge of two
cars of hogs shipped by A. B. Crabill
to Kansas City.
E. D. Dickson returned to Lincoln
to school after spending the week end
with his father.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hauck and her
mother went to Coffeeville, Kansas,
for a weeks visit.
Harry Roats of Dctioit, Michigan,
arrived the lnt of the week to visit
his parents and to attend to business
Carl Hedge was taken to Hastings
last Thursday where he underwent
an operation' for "appendicitis and Is
doing nicely. ,
i i n
County Attorney, H. S. Foe went to
Louisville Friday evening, he being
called there to attend the funeral "of
FOR SALE 39 head of Whiteface
yearling steers. Inquire of Tom
Swartz or Ren Zackery Vk miles
cast of Red Cloud.
Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Campbell, Mr.
and Mrs. Alf Hansen, and Orville
Campbell returned from a few weeks
visiting at Miles City, Montana.
The son of Mr. and Mrs Dave Hun.
erlaob underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis at Dr. Mnrtln's hospital
Monday and the lnd is doing nicely.
G. R. Beck and ye editor attended
-th American Legion state convention
at'. Hastings Monday.
Tuesday, Joseph Jelinik and Miss
Tiftje Stroble, both of 'Red Cloud filed
forja marriage license;
and Mrs." pllie' Ellison have
i r.i- irr; Ati'n' MAowiAnnn
moved into mrs. rawmi" t.D.....
in toe east.part-oi wwn.
A7H.' Hoffman returned Saturday
eveffing after booking after business
in Hastings for n few days.
futher reduced in price
Clyde Smith, Geo. McKinney and
Will Jcrnberg went to Omaha the last
of the week, and drove back three new
Fords for the Smith Bros.. & Copley
Joe Crow went to Hastings Monday
morning and accompanied his wife,
who had been in the Mary Lanning
hospital for several weeks, to this
Tho Smith Hughes Agricultural
work, which is a new course in tho
Red Cloud high school, has started out
with a good enrollment. There aic
twenty two boys registeied in the
work, most of which arc country stud
ents. The purpose of tho work is to en
courage the country boys to stay on
the fariu. Three days a week the
boys have class room work and the
lcmaining two days are devoted to
farm shop work. Tho class room
work consists of studying animal
husbandry from first class text books,
State and Government bulletins and
actual judging and study of animals
on the farm. Two judging trips huve
been made so far, one to Auld'.i farm
to ji'dgc shorthorn cattle and one to
Starke's to judge dairy cattle. The
instiuctor point out to the class the
points they should look for in judging
then they judge the stock nnd give
reasons for their plapings.
The object of tho farm shop work
h to train tho boys how to iue and
care for tools a'ul to g'.vo them prac
tical woik in tho things which are
made on the farm. The cln at pres
ent have completed: 1 twelve foot
hog trough, 1 chicken f ceded, 1
kitchen rack. 2 scoop end-gates, 1
grindstone frame and I eight by four
tool room for the rchool. Also ten
bench hooks to be used in the shop.
Durinc the year tho instructor plans
to have the class make hoc: feeders,
liny racks, hog chutes, hog crates and
other things which farmers may de
sire to have made. Tho class will also
do some soldering, harness oiling and
The class will make any farm ar
ticle for any one at cost. If you de
sire to have any of the articles enu
merated made for your farm, see
the Smith-Hughes instructor and the
class will make it for you at cost. Al
so we would be glad to have any' of
the patrons that are interested in
live stock to go with the class on any
of their trips to the country and wit
ness the practical studying of fann
Most of the boys have chosen iLeir
home projects to carry on In connec
tion with this work. A number of
the class have chosen as their project
a pure-bred sow and litter. Several
have chosen chickens and a few the
feeding of steers.
ctine unon the petition of the
boys in the high school to bo allowed
to play football this year, tho school
board decided to allow them to do so
provided that they furni.h a written
pormit from their parents giving them
permission to play, bo lar lntccn
boys have turned out for the team.
The acrngc weight is about 115
Games have boon scheduled for the
October 5 Guide Rock at Guide
October 19 Orleans at Red ClouL
October T2G Republican City at Red
November 9 Clay Center unde
Owing to tho crowded conditions of
the Senior Higlf School due to the loss
of the Junior HiKh School building
the gymnasium has been made into
a tem'porary assembly room for the
eighth and ninth grades. Tho seven
th grade was sent back to the grade
building..TKifl-wfll necessitate the
using of both, the basement rooms at
the grade'buifdlng. The dinner room
has been .changed into a classroom
for the" kindergarten and tables will
be placed in the basement hall for the
children eating their lunches at the
Forty two pupils enrolled in the
Kindergarten this year. This made it
necessary to elect Miss Jessie Mc
CJellam as assistant. The Bolenius
System of reading is being introduced
into the Kindergarten course for the
first time this year. This system is
tho result of the scientific investiga
tions of educators in this field of
reading. A few points it emphasizes
are: motivation of reading exercise,
correlation of first grade activities
with readintr. tho transmutation of
seat work into a profitable reading
exercise, the practical sifting of
children into good, medium and poor
by means of diagonostic exercises and
tests, the use of the play spirit, blend
ing of thought getting and word mast
ery, tho cultivation of proper eye
The majority of the pupils passed
the first test Friday with a good score.
Patrons that are interested in watcn
Ing a growing mind develop are ask
ed to .visit the kindergarten class
from time to time and note their prog-
1 " ?W
Special Sale of Scliool 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 2.5G
Come in and look the line over. I know I can save you money on your hose.
Rev. II. W. Cope is in Lincoln this
week attfiuling a Methodist confer,
Curt Evans lms sold his second hand
store to Len Aultz who has taken
possession of the same.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Shipman parsed
through the city via auto to Wllson
villo, to visit relatives and will make
visits at Clayton, Kansas, before returning.
WHY DO PEOPLE DRIVE FIFTY
MLLES TO BUY RUGS AND FURNI
TURE AT JOHNSON & GRAHAM'S
FURN STORE, RED CLOUD, NEBR
BECAUSE THEY SELL FOR LESS
AND DELIVER THE GOODS.
Attorney Densmoro of Wytnoro was
in tho oity Wednesday owning visiting
fnends. Mo hnd been attending tho
Aineiican Legion State Convention tit
R.isso Brothers of Fan miry hae
opened i branch warchou.c in ttie
Frame building in this city. Good
are arriving in cauoaii ioik mm jhvi
Powell will be in chargo.
The Showing of New
Fall Suits and O'coats
The forth annual reunion of tho
355th infantry was held at tho Clarke
hotel in Hastings Monday. A- largo
number of those who belonged to this
regiment were in attendance. At
5 o'clock they held a banquet and
business meeting in th grill room
and decided to have a reunion next
year. A committee oi uvu wuiu un
pointed to select the place and date
for next year.
Better Values Than Ever
Kuppenheimer, Cloth Craft
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$18.50 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00
$27.50 $30.00 $32.50
$35.00 top to $45.00
New Fall Hats Caps, Shoes and Furnishings
''A'roH flond died and went to Heaven.
Arrlvlngat the Pearly Gates he inquir
ed of St. Peter os to golf play In there
"We have no links in Heaven," 6ald
St. Peter. "But I'll Rive you a pass to
Hades where they have the finest in
the Universe." So the golf fiend went
below and the Devil furnished him a
fine set of clubs, a good caddy and took
him to the moat wonderful course he
bad ever seen. "Now plBy to your
heart's conteut," he Baid. "But how
about golf ballb?" abked the golf play
er. "Oh," said the Devil airly, "that's
the Hell of it. There are no balls."
Douglas County Legionnaire.
Trade With the Old Reliable
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Co.
25 YEARS OF GOOD SERVICE TO THE PEOPLE OF
RED CLOUD AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY
WE HAVE WEIR CITY
The Margin of Safety
Is represented by the amount of
insurance you carry.
Don't lull yourself into a fancied
Because fire has novor touchod you
ltdoesn'tfollow that you'reimmune
Tomorrow -no today if yon have
time and you better find tlmo
come to the otllou and we'll writo
a policy on your house, furniture,
btoro or merchandise.
-LAl'KU MAY Hi: TOO LATE-
Q. C. TEEL
To accomodate patron, desiring
to vl.lt thu
tho Burlington will sell round-trip
tickets at rato of faro and one-half
(minimum faro ono dollar) Sept
ember 25 to 27 inclusive, final
return limit September 20.
N. B.BUSH? ,
I can make farm loans in Webster,
Franklin, Jewell and Smith counties
at positively the lowest rate, beat terms
and opt'bn offered. J II. BAILEY.
Referee's Sale of
' Real Estate
i The Malone-Gellatly Co.
FAIRY FOOT REMEDIES
Notice is hereby given that whereas
in the action pending In the District
Court of Webster County, Nebraska,'
wherein Ernest Jamea Doyle is plain. '
tiff and Edward Doylo et al, are de
fendants for the partition of the real
oatntBhBrelnafter described a decree'
nf 'until court has been enteredconflrm
ing the snares of the parties and di.j
reoting partition and a report or tue
referee has beon made that a division
of tho land cannot equitably be made
and the court has approved such re
port Hnd dlreoted a sale of the pre
mlses Now therefore I. E G. Caldwell,
referco In said action will on the 22nd
day of September, 192H,. at two o'clock
t M. at the south front door of tho
court houbo in Red Cloud Webster
County, Nebraska, bell at public auc
tion to tho highest bidder, ror cash,
the following described real estate, to
wit Block 12, In Hnllroad Addition
to the oity of Bed Cloud, ' Webster
Dfttod Augiist in, 102!1. ' AUv
E. O. CAliDWELL, Beforce.
Bernard McXeny, Attorney.
Soft Corn Remedy
Foot Powder Cracked Toe Remedy
We Sell and Guarantee all of these Remedies.
Try and bo convinced.
CHAS. L. COTTING,
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Is The Place!
To Duy Wall Paper, Painty
"And ElectriVal ftSuMliQ$:)ji
ine oesi piace lor riuiurc
Geo. W Hutchison
Ren! Estate Farm Loans
Red Cloud, :-: Nebr.
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