The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, October 11, 1923, Image 1

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VOLUME 51
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 11. 1J23
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MALLORY MAT:
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Foot Ball Game
i Tho (list foot bull game of thi sea
win will bo played Fildny afternoon at
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Red Cloud Merchants to use
Uniform Flag Decoration
Friday. Messts II. h. Allan and O
U o'clock at ilio K...mu Held. Thov. (iralitun ropiosonting tho bhonan
Guide Rock high seho.il ham, whluh j doih Phi A. Douot atiiiK' Co., undor the
bus won one game and lost one, will m,5p00h 0f tho lied Cloud Flio Do
med I h. I.'ed Cloud High to.unou the purtmetit, sold lirty llaus to the pro
Held, l'hc loo.il tei.ni is eonposed of yrossive business men of this city
iikhi w c i 1 1 1 uos nut tnc. aio pio
intslii),' to put up a liaid Katiie.
Bigger, Better Than Ever
Thi' ll-d Cloud AniLMicuii l.clon
I'.iit has s,a Xovi'intiff H, !i niid lot's
lis the liuteb tur b'tl.'iriK I Iiif indoor
L'tiiiiviil "IJcllS Unit Acii" this uitr.
Oiil'eieiit cuiuinUtt'cH linv" been up
pointed and they aio b i-y buying
which tlioy will uso for dewnating
pin poes. When in iiso these flags
will stand in tiont of the stoics along
the einbuig in a iinlfortn line. Tho
Hugs ate I (! feet and will hang on a
twelve foot polo.
Then- gentlemen stated that they
aie onlj making the linger towns in
tills state but this city had been highly
recommended and our meiciiauls wuic
Indeed please' to teure this uuifoitn
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Second Sltelpmowfr r'
IWALLORY NJ&T
When you try on a HALLOiY HAT you v'
have a feeling that your Hat Problems are
ended. They ors styled right up to the mmr
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REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING I3UT WELL KNOWN LINES j'j!i'
1 OF MERCHANDISE AT THE J.OWUS1 I'OSSlULfc. i'KlUb l!ij
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CABBAGE
A Car Load Just In And
the Price Is at It's Lowest
$1 40 Per
Cwt.
Good Bulk Apples at a Reasonable Price:
Ganos, per bu.
Missouri Pippins
Winesaps
$1.60
1.60
1.70
R. P. WEESNER CO.
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"HELL'S HALF ACRE" NOVEMBER 8-9-10'
good- etc. for this yont. Theio will ' syalem of decorating for Use he.o as It
is something that has been nee led for
yenis The Kiro lb p.u Uncut has a
few of these lings lift which they will
stdl t'i l: in .' u.muiitf niiio.
be Homo new teatuic- this jcar an 1 a
good oiclic'Jlr.t will be secured to furn
is!i the dance music.
September Weather Report
Tempeiatuic: Meant iW; , ma.l
mum l)j dc g , on .'M and 1th, minimum
11 ib'g. on 'Jlst.
'i'otal prccipltatinii "J til) inches.
tuber of days-Clear lti, partly
cloudy (J, cloudy 8 D.Ues of hail i3
and Until. Thmiderstoims I, 17, 10, ill.
IM and 2t)fh. 1'icvalling wind N V 11
days.
Precipitation since Jan. 1st, UlMO
inches. Chas. Ludlow, Observer.
Mail Carriers Convention
The quaitorly convention ot the
Webster Countv Rural Carriers As
social ion met Thiusday evcuiue at
tho Red Cloud I'ost Olllce. Thirteen in
all weie present. Tho postmaster Mr.
Clarber, graciously furnishing tlic place
of meeting and also his desired pre.
senco. L'res. Porter Hale called the
meeting to order and secretaiy (J. 1'.
Uonley of Innvalo further ollloiatod.
Mr. Fisher of Hladen gave a good re
port of tho State Rural Carriers Con
vention held last August at lieatrlce.
Soiuo business was transacted and the
remainder of the evening was very
pleasantly spent in telling incidents of
the rural carriers life and discussions
ranging from the unnecessary practice
of "penny picking" to the more ele vat
ing thots of future carrier mainten
ance. After adjourning to meet next Feb
ruary 22 in Illuc Hill the visiting
carriers were guests of tho local car
riers at the Monte Cristo cafe.
Growing Bulbs Indoors
Hyacinths, Paper white Narcissi,
Chinese sucred lilies and even tulips
may be grown indoors with a fair de
gree of success, according to the horti
culturists at the University of Nebras
ka Agricultural College. They may be
grown cither in water or dirt. To
grow the bulbs in water, the bowl or
vuse should be partly filled with gravel,
pebbles, coal, together with a small
amount of crushed oyster shell. Then
the bulbs are placed firmly among the
stones, eta, partly covered with water
and removed to a cool dark part of tho
cellar while tho roots are forming.
They should be left there about 0-8
weeks, the water bolng changed every
woek. At the end of this period they
are brought into the light and into a
heated room to llower. Tho bulbs may
be grown in pots also, a fl Inch pot be
ing suitable for fl "bulbs Tho pot is
filled with garden soil In which a cup
ful of saixi has been mixed and a little
well lotted manure The bulbs arc
set just beneath the surface of the soil,
watered and removed to n cool dark
moist place such as a cave or out-of.
doors undor a covering of dirt, straw
or ashes. Hero they aro left for 0.8
weeks and then gradually introduced
to heat,
Mrs. T. W. White, who hks been
hero for the past month visiting with
her daughter, Mrs. Will Hines nnd
family, returned to her ".nome in Ard
moro South Dakota, Friday morning.
Red Cloud Fair in
Full Swing Today
The annual exhibit of tho Webster
County Agriciiltutal Society is now in
full suing in this city
Tuesday was untrj day and a largo
number ot exhibits were entered.
Tho cuttle hogs and sheep 1111 the
Sale Pavilion there ate several good
bieeds of cattle on exhibit among
them being tho Shorthorn cattle of
Sohnsou iV Anlil, also the Aberdeen
Angus hcid of Wcsscls of Mluu Hill.
The hog exhibit is not as large as usu
a', but Henry Pauch has several good
Poland Chinas there and there aio
several pens of goad Hiiroes and Spot
ted Poland Chinas.
I Tlie poultry and tai in products oc
j cupy tlie I Icatou building. The farm
! products ai k much better than foimor
1 ly-itud a large variety of good corn is
to be seen. The poultiy department is
well represented with tlfe different
breeds ot chickens, geese mid ducky,
and makes u very creilitablo show for
the poultry raisers of this community.
The Ladles Departments and the
School Exhibits occupy the Peterson
building. Tlie baking, needle work
and canned fruit display excells all
other displays made hero, while tho
creditable exhibits ot the schools
proves that the scholars are apt in
their studies and shows that theteaoh
ers are giving them good training
Tlie old relics collection Is also in this
department and several articles In
well preserved condition over a hund
red years old were on display, among
them a blblo owned oy Dr. Martin, al
though quite worn due perhaps to
Docs continuous usage.
Tuesday evening the picture "Hunt
ing Rig Game in Afiica" was shown at
the Auditorium to a largo and appreci
ative audience. This picture was
photood by EI. A. Snow, and besides
tho animal life the mining of diamonds
was shown. The Hot', orchestra furn
ished the musio for the occasion.
Wednesday evening thero was not
very many present for the program
owing to the heavy rain at supper time.
Tbe high school orchestra wore, tho
first on tho program and the scholars
played sovoral selections which ploased
tlie audience.
County Agent Fausch introduced tho
Guide Rock High School Live Stock
Judging team which won the honors in
judging and they will represent tho
county at tho High School contest held
at Lincoln next year, Ho then intro
duced the State Champion team com
posed of Alfred Sommeifelt of llluo
Hill, Cecil Means of Red Cloud, Earl
Portinior of (lulde Rook being absent.
Those boys will represent this state
and our county at tho Kansas City
and Chicago Llvo Stock shows and they
hope to bring back tho fruits of victory
for which they are achieving. Tho
double quartet, under the leadership
of N. It, Hush, sung two appropriate
sclootions in their usual pleasing way.
C. N. Guruey, who camo hero in tho
early 70's, spoko of his exporienco of
farming In tho early days of this coun.
ty. His talk was brief but proved to
bo Interesting.
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AUDITORIUM
Direction E. C. PRESTON
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
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Friday is the day we give the
LMfiWP away
Y0U MUST BE HEEH TO CLAIM IT
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Charley Chaplin and Jackie Coogan in
"The Kid"
The Pictura that made Jackie Famous
Also 2-reel Comedy
"Bright Eyes"
Admission 10, 20 and 30 cents
SUNDAY
"Poverty of Riches9'
Our Gang Comedy "PLEASANT JOURNEY"
PATHS REVIEW
MONDAY and TUJSDAY
THE L. D. FULLER CONCERT CO.
45 minute Concert in addition to the regular
Motion Picture Program
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Chas Stcwaid was assigned the sub
ject "Tho Farmer and tho Merchant"
and he dwelt considerably on how the
farmers and merchants here nud else
whero had coopciatod in making such
shows as this a success He proved to
bo a very able speaker and furnished
much food for thought for those pre
sent. Rev. 1$ S. Daugherty sang two
solos in a very pleasing manner after
which President Overing introduced
Capt. Italph Pope, of the U. S. Navy,
who spoke on his experience in tho
navy and ulso stated that this country
needed a Merchant Marino in order
that we might establish foreign
markets for our products.
The quartet closed the program with
a selection.
Methodist Church Notes
The new Methodist pastor nnd his
wife arrived in this city from their
former home in Nelson on last Thurs
day afternoon and found waiting for
them a beautiful modern parsonage
homo left all spic and span by our
predecessors Rev. and Mrs. Cope. We
'have since bacn digging our way out
from the avalanche of boxes and fur
'niture which had been MiippCd from
Nelson.
And so this is Red Oioud. Well, it
looks like an exceedingly attractive
and hospitable little city to us. l'rom
tho looks of things we aro certain to
enjoy our ministrinl labors among the
people of Red Ciloud. While we have
come as utter strangers tho le
ecption which we have had thus fur
has been most coidial and kind.
We were greeted with unfavorable
I weather on our opening Sabbath last
.Sunday nevertheless we enjoyed the
day and arc looki- for.va.d to nct
Sunday hoping that tlie day may be
favorable and that we may bo prive
leged to meet the entile congregation
and friends of our church at the Sab
bath services.
! The Methodist people of Red Cloud
and community as well liavo felt a
distinct loss in the removal of Mr?
and Mrs. Cope to another field. These
esteemed people wrought well during
their stay in this city and have taken
with them the universal esteem and
good will of the people. And now wo
aio indulging the fond hope that we
too who come may share In the same
hearty .cooperation inntl loyal support
accorded to them during tnelr minis
try in this place.
The Epworth League of our church
impresses us as being a live wire Our
League has recently had an election
of officers for the new year with tho
following results:
President Evelyn Hansen
First Vice President Nellie Kailcy
Second Vice Picsidcnt Jean lleez
loy. Third Vice Pi osident Marion Uart
zook. Fourth Vice President Florance
Monagon.
Secretary Marguerite Schnelbcr
Treasui or Garland Baker.
Hero is something that will inter
est you. Instead of the regular Sun
day evening church service next Sun
day night tho Epworth League will
render a special progarm of addresses
and music and at this service the in
stallation of the new officers will bo
conducted by the pastor. The minis
ter's wife will also be one of the
speakers on the program. We shall
be pleased to have you with us next
Sunday night.
Another interesting program which
our League is about to feature ij an
automobile contest. This will interest
the young folks of our eongregntion
and many others who are not mem
bers of any of the young peoples
societies in town. Every young per
son in the church will want to get in
to this automobile race.
Strangers land visitors always have
a hearty welcome to tho services of
the church. -
- H. G. WILCOX, Pastor.
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