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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1923)
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
ROBES and BLAMKETS
I now have a nice assortment of ROBES and
BLANKETS Better get yours before they arc
all picked over.
Got my prices on anything In the Harness Lino
LEE R. WALKER
Bell Phone 29
IjkL Phone 12
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Kodak as you go
All roads lead to pictures and
pictures lead to our Kodak counter.
Finishing service that ple'ases, and
' Kodak Film in any size are here for
Autographic Kodaks $6.50 up.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
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More for Your Money
You gel more for your money when you buy a Copper
Clad. You get a range Lined With Pure Sheet Copper a
range that will serve you long and well. You get a beauti
ful range one easy to keep clean.
Come in see the Copper Clad. Made in Four Finishes:
Gun Metal Blue white, Blue or Gray Porcelain Enamel.
When you need a new heater see the ILLINOY.
Like all other merchandise we carry in stock, it is
sold under guarantee. All sizes carried in stock.
WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN STAMPS
GEO. W. TRINE
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iHE RED CLOUD CHIEF
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
MJDIjISFJKD EVKItV THURSDAY
intored In the I'ostolllce fit ltcd loud. Neb
as Bocond Class Matter
A. B.MaARTUUIl, Editor nnd Owner
Foreign, per column inch 15c
Local, ' " " I2J4&15
THIRTY YEARS AGO
RortTennont was In Blue Hill this
Editor Warren und futnily went to
tliu wot Id's fair yo,terdoy
C. II. Potter nnd futnily go to the
world's fair this w'Mt.
Hmncu Spanogle returned from Chi
cago Tuesday evening.
Will Parker und wife who have been
visiting in Salt h'lUeforsevotul months
litve lot'inii-d liotnu, fully satisfied
tint Red f'loud ig the host city west f
Oiii'ilm, licit excepting Denver
Vi ight Thornburg is buck from Ob
Morris Stern and wltV loft today for
a trip to the world's fair.
Miss Jennie Hell and little sister ae
oouipinicd Mv. (Joo Warren awl wife
to the world', fnlr
20 YEAKA AGO
Horn to Mr and Mri. Grant Chi 1st v,
MfH Mil lift Dl l,V .!('('( plC-d H p lh
tt ti at Umipl;
Mi a d Mi' luo L11 l.itvv wul gu o
Culitornl'i in x" wiclc
Fmuk iVtt rot and Kay Frame went
to Omaha, Saturday.
Horn to .Mr. and Mrs E. A. King,
Woilni'-ilny inoininj, tt girl.
Will IJiihvl, who carries rural riUe
No 1, leports Unit in three months the
number of pieces of mail out tied has
increased nearly 1.0J0.
Miss Eva Beck Dies
MIks En Buck, who Imi! I.-cii nf.
fering inteiisly for mote tliuu two
weeks from tonsllltls and aflei cll.ets,
atthe iiurr tlentoii liome neat Danbury,
died Satutday evening, September 22,
192.'i, aged 23 jenis, 7 mouths oud lu
Eyo Gertrude Ueclt, was born Pebuu
ary 7, 1HC0, in Decatur county, Kansas
on a farm miiiUi of Dntibuty, Ne'iiMska,
and when but rt uhild moved with htr
)ronts to Danbury, where she hns
bpent must of her life.
At Uiongo of ten years she accepted
Christ us her savior, uniting with the
Congregational Church at Sherman
Chapel, and has since lived a true
christiHii life, always thoughtful of
those around her, an active Sunday
School worker, a willing helper in the
Dorcas Cltele, of kind disposition and
very patient in her last illness.
Miss Ea was one of our successful
insttuctois and taught at Fair view
and in t lie Situs distilct
bhe leaves to mourn her loss a
mother, father, tour tnother, Russell
II., Gilbert R and Rollo V, of Kid
Cloud and Iliillie K of Supeilor, Ni-b ,
and a sister. Alt.i II. IJu'k of Rid
Funeral smvicis uoiu hell at the
Congregational Cliuruli tit o o'e nek,
Kutuiiiy, Rev A. 1$. MoKoitlt l.elug in
olmrgu. Vmiug lacJv friends of tin' de-
uensed acted us pall bearers, Music i
was fuinibcjd by a Diuibury mixed U
Burial Rt Dandury ct?meUry
Tho sentinel joins with the ranny
fliends in eS'Hhdlng ympnthy to the
betoavevi rtlativ. s.
rr l'.'r-L'1", .".? IMIOCNIX HUSMMtN -
140 Gallons for Selling At Once
This is a good quality house paint and for barns,
garages and out buildings i cannot be surpassed
for durability. The assortment of colors consist
of the following:
LIGHT GREEN, GRAY, SLATE, TAN, BROWN,
and a limited amount of WHITE
A ready mixed paint in oil and ready for the
brush and considering the price quoted below,
we do not expect this lot to last long, so we urge
your prompt attention.
Upon investigation, you will find that most paint
of this standard is priced up to $4.00 per gallon.
But this while it lasts is offered for
?i.9S per ga
M uciu J i hn i
I . i tut i
noi 1 1 ' t"t hi I
in1) llinC ii' ' '
il fi ur.years, son of
1 II 'il I jO l fs e'ilitf
iv i' .i.ii hH rdny
! ii T ie cans- oi
We also ofxer special prices on brushes and lin
seed oil, Please bring your own cans for oil.
ONE PRICE TO ALL
10 YEARS AGO
Will Robeitson left Friday
A. T. Walker urtl vel home the (list
of tiie week from a tt ip to Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. Leliind Caldwell ate
the prnuil ptiouth of a b.iby girl which
arrived on Friday, September :27th.
E. H Newhonsi' ti tnl wife return' d
Moii'in ironi lltiii iMNteni tiip uhic .
incliided Mti lie-pohs, Minn , vvhete
ll-niy went us Ciuinl Representative
of the Grand Encitnptntnt of Odd
I Hows of Nebraska, to Hie Sovviii;n
Grand Eoiiije, after which they visited
Dr. Danieiell shipped eight cats of
Oittle to Chicigo, Friday.
D. V. Stewart returned homo i Mon
day from a shcrt visit in Lincoln.
Connie Starke returned home Sun
day from Milwaukee and other points.
Lola Coplen and Mary Peterson left
Wednesdav evening for California
points for h visit.
Mr. and Mrs Am.il Crabill are the
proud parents of a baby boy which ar
rived at their home on Sunday.
Ie t'.l ill t i-O' .Iti? V ill
HldcrvIeiH were held TuhmI ,y ltd
noon a tii Metlnr ell ii Ii in l
eltoil, lul IliltlilV. bring in c h ni'
J: , U.lJ
I IiMwpm rnp i wjn4-t--yi
"Get ihc Tibit ' sivc S
i H. Ccea vitamp .
Ihcya.cou honest dis
count on the ;n M-chaudise
bought at this store.
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Red Cloud Boys Enroll
at Wesleyan University
How aid Fiisbio of Red Cloud, Ne
btas'ca i n niembor of the sophommu
class at Ncbi illicit Wosloynu university
in Univoisity Place this fall He is
entoiled in the college of libetal art
His course of study includes physiolo.
gical p.ycholojy, Ameiioim history,
Spanish algebra and gymnusium. His
advisers ato I'tofessor F. M (Sregg,
head of tho department of psychology
and Dean F. A. Alabaster
Cecil E. Fqulre of Red Cloud is a
freshman in The collogo o liberal aits
nt Nebraska Wesleyan. He is advised
by Professor (It egg and Dean Alobast
er. Ills program of study Includes
economics, Spanish, English, botany
and physios. Sent by A. C. Hunter
Unlvetslty Place, Nobr.
Thursday Live Stock Parade
Friday School Parade, Football
Hible school at 10 a. in.
Morning set vice at 11 a m., Subject:
"Value of the Ordinances in Christian
Evening sot vice at 7:.10. Subject:
"The Roliglan for tho New World."
Tho Lord's Supper at morning ser
vice. Mid-week meeting nnd Hible Study
on Wednesday evening at 7:30
I. W. EPSON, Pastor.
Miss Gertrude Coon was n passen
ger to Lincoln Wednesday morning on
train !. She lias been upending the
past couple of weeks hcto visiting with
her parents, Mr. und Mrs. Jolin Coon
and witli ' sister, Miss ueorgettu
Coon who has been here from O'Neil
for a visit.
BAND CONCERTS AND
DOM'T MISS IT
Webster Co. Agricultural Society
jh "M-nHHv-aaH' uci3KflcSC!SIERHHii
Mr- mii iM'i nml llniiiv W si-nil.
Iioth of "lis iiliv, iliSiW nver to -iiuit'i
Center. K ii , a- i'him. I n .ifr-nm m
accouipiini"! " Mi M. U I'avl'S'iud
wero itiurued ly tii. I'nuuii j ulo,
Roth Mr iiiul Mr Weciit are well
and fiivnutb'y luumn In mid anuind
Rlverton, aii thir h i nf ft .im.
heartily join in wisiilng them a verv
lmppy life together. Ri.'ertou Review.
, wantisd: Man to seii Rawieigh Telephone Meeting
Quillt Products direct to consumers
In Webster Couuty. Pleasant, perma I Tlio Annual Meetin.- o'J tho Stoilc
netit, proQtablo business. Little capl nU the Fanners Independent
, i , . , . .. rolt-phoue Company will convene at
ml needed. Make practically every ,. ,',, .. i '!
family i steady satisfied Customer. llt o'clock, Oetober RJ. li.'l, for tho
Workers make largo steady Income, transaction of any business whicli may
niveau'e, ocoupatlon, teferences. W. lawfully bo hi ought befoio It.
T Rawieigh Co., Dept. 2907 Freeportfl f Dated heptotubur 21, 1928
- I-,, O, E. RauiujvPiesideut.
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