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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1923)
EED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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AS TOLD TO US
Hell' Half Acre, November 8, 0
J. E. ll'itlcr is taking a vacation
M. fl. Lctsou lias accepted a posi
, tion with the State Hank.
Diejrer and better, Hell's Half Aero
November 8, 9. and lOtli.
Mrs. Sam Mountford was a pas-en-gci-
to lias-tings Satin day.
Dave 'S:ih.i n wsv. (bwji from
Republican City the last of the week.
Mrs. Davo Ki'ley wont lo Hastings
Mondav nnmiug to pond tho day.
, K G. Moranville was a pas enger
to Hr.igler Tuesday evening on train
The I. 0. 0. K. lodge will confer
the first degree on two candidates
next Monday evening.
Miss Zona Hirsch went to Superior
' , Saturday morning to spend the week
end with her parents.
I' Misses Nellie McClelland and Edith
Ziess went to Hastings Saturday
morning to spend the dav.
Mrs. L. V. Proctor of Iola, Kan
sas was a passenger to that place
from here Thursday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. lven Muncll of Kuir
hury spent the fir-t of the week here
with Mr. and Mis. V. L. Watkins.
Mis.; Janice Meredith wa a pas
senger to Thief Hiver Falls. Minne
sota, Monday morning on train -I.
I'rank Cowden wont to Omaha Wed
nesday on tiain 11 to : jicnd a few
days attending to business matters.
Mrs. .lacob Peter .or. went to Hast
ing Thursday morning on tiain 1 to
spend the day vis'ting with lelatives.
Mrs. Abe Kline went to McCook
Sunday evening on No. 17 to' spend a
couple of days visiting with friends.
There weie six cars of hogs am
one car of cattle shipped from here
; to Kansas C5tv markets Sunday morn-
Mrs Gahayge went to Heaver City
.I Thursday morning on number 15 to
ijf, spend a few days visiting with Tela
'', Key. and Mr. J. E. Jorlwe of Lin
lectin arrived here Thursday evening
rfor a short visit at the W. H. Thomas
;.. Miss Florance Ehly returned home
"Sunday from Lincoln where she
i spent a couple of days visiting with
Mrs. And. row Saladen returned to
her home at Alma Saturday moriu-ie
after spending a shcrt time hero with
II. J. Hoirhmd, trairmnstor for the
Burlington from Wymote, spent sev
eral hours in thi- city Thursday at
tend ng to P.urlington business mat
tors go'ng from hero to Hastings.
I can make farm loans in Webster,
Franklin. .Jewell and Smith counties
at positively the lowest rate, ben tonus
and opt nu oflVred .1 H. 1IAILKY
nessboth near and far
is always yours
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A. XuJvBA Si
J. C. MITCHELL
Jeweler and Optometrist
RL'D CLOUD, NEBR.
H. W. Arnold and Van Herrick
wont to Kaiwas City S-.r.daj morning
in duirgo of the .tock flipped irnm
hero that c'tiv.
Mrs. Edna McLaughlin and son wee
passengers to Lincoln Thursday moir
'ng whoio they will spend a few da.
Sam Foster of Omaha has been
spending the past few days here
with hU father, John Foster, and
sister, Miss Eva.
Mrs. John Aubushon was a passen
ger t Lincoln Thursday morning
where she will spend a few days visit
ing with relatives.
Nov. F. L. Haskins of Myrtle,
Idaho, returned to that idace Tues
day morning after a couple of week;
visit in this vicinity.
Mrs. Ar.diew Saladen arrived here
frcm her home in Alma Fridtr' morn
ing to spend a couple of days here
visiting with friends.
It. T. Potter of Okmulgee, Okla
homa arrived here Sunday morning
on tiSIr. 15, he being called by the
death of his mother.
Miss Mabel Van Ornani went to
Hardy Saturday morning to spend the
week end with her parents She re
turned to this city Sunday evening.
Fred Gund went to Hlue Hill Mon
day morning after si"r.dir.g a couple
of days here at the E. A .Creighton
home and attending to business matters.
Judge and Mrs. L. H. Blacklcdgc
were passengeis to Hastings Monday
morning where Mrs. Illackledge will
spend a few days visiting with her
Edgar Cowden wont to Trenton
Friday morning on trail, lo to spend
a couple of da.s attending to busir.es
matters for the Cowden Kal'.y Hom
Mr.-j Mudra of Lincoln arrived heie
Thursday evening from Lincoln to
spend a few days visiting 'with her
bicther, Hoy Gurd and with other
Mr. and Mrs. H. O Gellatly' and
children were passengers to -Hastings
Friddji morning where they spr.t the
da,; ytsiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Mizer, who nas been in
the Mary Lanning hospital at Hast
ings for several weeks past, receiv
ing medical treatment returned to her
home on No. 11 Monday evening.
Mr. and Mr.t. Paul McDowell and
children droe to Ctnvles Sunday
morning to spend the day visiting
with her s'ster, Mrs. George Osborne.
They returned home that evening.
We ure now prepareil to give reason,
able terms on both New and t'sed Cars
piynhle monthly or in it lump sum.
Or. Warrick, tlic specialist. w
meet patients and those needii
glasses at Pr. Damerel! s, ethic
day, November II, hours '2 to (5. H
will ha.e all the latest in frame" mn
A. E. Harris left for 1os Angcle .
California Friday evening where lie
will spend several weeks visiting
with iclati.es. He intends visiting
in other California cities before re
Roundhouse Foreman, 0. Henry,
Abe Kline and E. L. Kingerly wen'
to McCook Sunday evening to be
present at a meeting held there Mon
day by the mechanical department o!
The Sports Bloomj:r is a
real "find" u these days of
short skirts. It reaches iust
below the knee and is finished
with a tailored cuff. The
Sports Bloomer comes in the ,
smartest street shades and
pink and white as well.
Ask to us our other
Vanity Fair Silk UNw:Rvr.AR
R. P. WEESNER
A total of nineteen employes of
the Hurlington at this point includ
ing the switch crew, station employes
and loundhouse force went to Ox
ford Thursday evening on a spscial
train to attend a meeting held there
in the interests of claim prevention.
The" returned home on No. 14.
Mr. Mildred A mack and her sMoi.
Mrs. Jones of Little Rock, Aikansn.
who has been heie visiting her fi
the past week, intend to start soon
for Little Rock where Mrs. Amack will
siend the winter with her.
Mr. and Mrs. a E. Hacon, who have
presided over the pop com machine
at the Auditorium for the past sever
al months, have sold out to J. E.
Bun-ess nnd left for Superior on No.
M Wednesday. After a short visit
there they will go to New York City
where they will make their futui"
Jay Eddy, who for the past two
years has had charge of the Deep
Rock oil truck here has made ar
rangements whoicby he takes charge
of the Texa.-. Company's warehouse
and tank' the 1st of November. Ho
has purchased a truck and intends
making deliveries in the country as
Mrs. Wilmer Gleason, teacher at
the District 31 school hou;C hold a
Hallowe'en party at the school last
Friday e.cning. Weinies and marMi
mallows yere roasted over a fire out
side the building. The parents of
the pupils were invited. A large
crowd enjoyed themeslves until a
Train No. 1G was two and one
half hours late through here Wed
day due to a derailment of the
Burlington crack Denver to Chicago
train No. 6 at Tonville, Colorado, n
short distance out of Denver. Fiyo
cars were off the track and all busi
ness on the main line routed via the
U. P. for several hours. No one was
"Uncle Tom'sCabin" Coming
We can all of us ruuietuber, in our
younger days, how we used to delight
tit the announcement of the coming of
Uncle Tom's Cabin" The opportunity
to turn back tbo pages of time is hero;
become kiddies ouco more and go and
-ee tbo nrgiiml .Stetson's "I'nulo Tom's
Cabin" company, at the Auditorium,
Sat ui day evening, Nov. iird
This is the compary you undoubted.
ly -a vv as long ago as fifty yeats, for
it has Loon touring the country for
ovt Unit length of timn and, today, it
is recognized us tbo oldest theatrical
attraction touring the country. It is
well and favorably known in eveiy
city in tho Fnited States and Canada,
us well as the British Islands and Aus
tralia, having toured the lntter two
countries on hevoral different occiibions.
During all of those years it has boon
under tho same management, who, on
account of square dealing with tho pub
blie has built up an enviublo reputat
ion. For inauy years it has been recog
nized' tin tho leading "Tom" show of
the universe. The perlormauue bus
always been maintained at n high
staudaid of artistic excellence; this,
combined with tho introduction of sev
eral high grude vaudeville numbers,
thoroughly in keeping with the drama,
goes far towards making an enjoyable
The scenlo equipment is largo enough
to (ill tho most spacious stage, it could
not easily bo improved on. Those re.
presenting the Ohio river in Winter;
the Rooky Pass in whioh (Joorge Harris
protects his wife and child; tho St.
Clair plantation, with the blooming
Magnolio's; the New Orleans Levee
and the concluding setting of the play,
tho Celestial City, conceded to be the
most picturesque and touching scent
ever painted, aio alt notable works of
tho sceiio painters art
Stray Bits of Wiidom.
Alllrctlous arc like lightning; you
cannot tell where they will strike un
til they have fallen. Lncordalre.
&r BIGGER, BETTER THAN EVERSR
Hell's Half Acre
POWDER RIVER LET ER BUCK
FOR THREE EVENINGS the days of 49
Will be Brought Back to You. The Bars will be Down. A Rip Roarin' Good Time
Dancing Carnival, other attractions
STERLING FIVE ORCHESTRA of Hastings will FURINISH MUSIC
GOOD WHRM PL7SCB
AUSPICES OF r
Red Cloud American Legion Post 238
AT SALE PAILION, RED CLOUD
EVENINGS OF NOV. 8, 9, 10
Pavilion Will be Open On Saturday Afternoon
Admissions-Adults 20c9 Child lOc
FOR ALL WOMEN. IN VARIOUS STYLES
FOR YOU! j
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comfortable, so becoming to all figures.
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$1 to 36
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O'l I'.v Ki'v eo M Kli'i.v of UoaiioUo.
Vu., Is rL'iii'liiii!. n liiu1' P i"1 "f ii'to"
("... Tlio ntti'iiiliiiu'cai'il intrri'St thru
out lust witU w. iv nil Ihiit could be
hoped for ThoiiKh h'n.ilei.'il son ewhat
by tho uutiiiu'ly miuw htorui hik! IhkI
muds yet tin ki'i'ii lutfi est continued
uiiHbiitcd tliruoiit this wvoU.
Giirlicld Community buiim' f-ft
united In ivliKious sentiment and woi U
just ah it is In Ktirmei-, OrKeiii.uiluiiH
und Womenh' (Jluti work
The mootiiiRS will leiiuii their rimi d
oliuiax on Sunday. Tin? moiiiiun ser
vice will be of inspiiiitioiiiiliiiid deeply
spiritual value, tho probable afternoon
bcrvleo will bt of inteiest to all and
tho evening bervice will be the most in
toiiKoevan.'ellhtio seiviiju of tho earn.
Tho Services of Sunday will be as
Sunday School at 10:00 it. in.
Sermon 1 1 a. in.
Evoning Kong Service, 7:30 p. m.
Kveulng Evangelistic Sermon, 8 p.m.
Everybody invited to all (.hebo ser
vices as well as the service Saturday
evening and each night of this week
Ifyouwanta seut Sunday morning
and evening you will havo to oome
V. J. Grice returned home Monthly
from Pusiulcnia, California, where
lie has been spending the past few
months with his brother, llert, and
family. Enroute home lie viitcd the
Pacific Northwest and different
points in Canada, spending a few days
in Apploton, Wisconsin with Dr. It.
S. Mitchell and family.
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