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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1923)
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iing v. ow Stv.dc-
Clias. SwarU was down ironi Hla
don the la.st of tho week.
F. W. Cowden rctuined home from
Omaha the aA of the week.
Kcv. D. Fitzgerald was a pa. scn
ger to Superior Friday morning.
Tom Swart, of Kansas City spent
the week end here attending to some
Miss Josephine Davis went to
Hastings Saturday mowing to spend
Congressman A. C. Shallcnbcrger
of Alma was visithg friends in the
The merchants of I uivalc are mak
ing big preparations for holding a
barbecue next Monday.
Donald Funk of Hastings spent
Sunday here visiting r.t the home of
his mint, Mrs. II. Hummoll.
II. K. Shaw went to Superior Wed
no -dry mor.iiiur to spc d tbo day ot
teding U b isd'ic- matters.
VV. A. llomjic .ent to Alma
day morni-'g to sr.evd t. few day
tcndhig to business Matters.
Mrs. L. H. HI- ckleiigc went to Hast
ings Wednesday morning to spend
tho my vi.dthg with her sister.
Miv. J. II. 'Piailey end daughter,
Miss Mabel were passengers to liluc
Hill Monday morning on. train -1.
Mrs. I'cr.iard MqNcny a id daughter
Miss Helen went to Hastings Friday
monr ig o i No. 1 to spend the day.
Mrs John Sells went to Orleans
Thursday morning on 'number 15 to
spend a few days visiting with
James Murnahan returned to Wy
more Tuesday morning o.i train IG
after ci few days spent here with
E. Flynn, general ma.tager of the
Burlington, passed through here this
morning enroute to Omaha o.i' an ia
; ' Y
1 t. iVwi !
R C. lthodi' Island Hod CoekreH for
u short tlino $1 each. Mis. S. II Kiiuir
roath, Uuide Hook.
Uifts Conrad of Hrsting.. went to
Cowles Wednesday morning on train
1 after spending a couple of days
here attendhg to business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hutlcr return
ed home Monday morning fron
Wauncta where they spent a few
days with their son, .Meredith, r.iu'
Emma Sloan returned to her home
at Norcalur, Kansas, Saturday morn
ing o:i trr.in 15 after spending the
past few days here visiting with rein
Mrs. Lew Evans and children re
turned to her home ;n Ilasti.ig."
Mo -.day morning r.fter a vi it bore
with Iier parents
Mr. and Mrs Wall.
Mrs. Stapoiek and daughter, MI.-s
Ai'drcy of Frierd snout tho week on!
here isiting at the C. F. Bennett
home, ictiirning home SumLy even
ing via cvio.
Mrs. Clas. I'otter wait to Lincoln
Wednesday morning to spend a few
days visiting at the home of her
daughtor.Mrs. Sanderson and family
and with friends.
Miss Mildred Fey was a passenger
to Grind Island Moiiih.y morning en
train 1 after spending t.nc past few
days here vLitiug with her parents,
Mr. aid Mrs. Ed. Fey.
Rev. Geo. W. Flory returned to his
home in Pnqua, Ohio, Monday morn
i ig after spending the pnst two weeks
in Garfield wheie he has been hold
ing Evangaliftie meetings.
Mrs. Claude Garrow of St. Joseph,
arrived here Friday morning to spend
a few weeks visit ig with her par
ents, Mr. iiid Mrs. George Clauson
W with other rclat'ves.
Dr. R. S. Martin returned home Sat
urday jnorning fiom Dayton, Ohio,
where be spent a few days visiting
W. A. Romjuc returned home Sat
urday evening from Alma after a
coupic of days spent there attending
to busincjs matters.
Mr. and Mrs. James Gilliam went
to Hastings Tuesday morning to
spend the day, returning home
No. 11 that evening.
Ed. Lewis returned home Wednes
day morning on No. IG from Denver,
Colorado where he has been for the
past week buying cattle.
Mrs. A. W. Mudia of Lincoln re
turned to her home Thursday morn
ing on train ! after spending tho past
few days here with relatives.
Mrs. Olson arrivd here the latter
llart of the week from Orleans to
spend a few days visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kellcy.
Stanley Waskom returned to bis
home ut Hardy Sunday morning on
No. IG after spending a couple of days
hcio visiting ;:t the home of Kudynrd
Manlcy and with other friends.
Glen Foe returned to his home in
Lincoln Wednesday morning after
spending tho past few dUys here with
his brother, County Attorney II. S.
Foe a.id fanvly a .id with his mother.
Misses Gladys Yost and Anna
Stumpenhorst were passengers to
Hastings Saturday morni'.ig, return
ing home via auto that evening.
Mrs. G E. Strong of Culbcrtscn
returned to her home Thursday morn
ing on train 15 after spending tho
past few days hero with friends.
Mrs. L. H. Blackledgo returned to
her home Friday from Hastings,
where she has been spending the past
week with her sister and friends.
As Armistice Day falls on Sunday,
Governor Bryan has issued a procla
mation declaring Monday a legal holi
day in order to observe the event.
Mrs. Glen Bulge returned to her
home at Humbolt Wednesday morn
ing after spending tho past couple of
weeks here vHting with relatives.
I can nuiltii farm loans in Webster.
Franklin, .Jowell and Smith counties
at positively the lowest rule, best terms
uud opt'ou ottered J II BAILEY.
liio.i' ...- no stock shipped t. m
ite re .saiina inorui.g. The sunk
inn tluougli here for the K.iU'a. t ay
and St. Joseph markets consisted ot
sixty-one dars. Ti.ey were handled
in one trail.
Hcv. S. Ilardmaa of Ar..,iahoe ai
lived here Saturday mointi.g on tia n
10 to spend the day with friends
ami to attend the 1'. E. 0. ILniptct
held at the residence of Mrs. J. W.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Aultz return
cd to their home in Rivcrdale, Thurs
day morning after spending the past
week here visiting with relatives,
they being called there by the death
of Mrs John Totter.
Fete Mallick arrived here from .Mo
Cook Monday morning on train M
he being called here by the ser.ous
illness of his mother. She is re
ported as being a little improved the
past couple of days.
Mrs. Ida V. Ganagcn, mother oi
Mis. W. II. McIIrlde went to Kearney
Wednesday morning where she will
visit for a while with a son of lie.i.
She intends visitiig ii Iowa bcfoie
retiirnini' to this city
R. T. I'otter of Okmulgee, Oklah . i
was a pa monger to K.uisas '.
Wcdi.es.iay morn'ng. Ho hi a b i-n
anending t.io lij-sl fe.v diys here, b
ing called by the deni'.i cf his m'''i
or, Mrs. Jolin rotter.
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Through the generos'ty ol Mr. I':
Kaley the Red Cloud Fire Dcp...
ment will become a member of me
State Volunteer Imio Departmoff:
Association and the .Jiienibers wil.
never forget his freehearted generosity.
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Mr. and Mrs.
past coujile of
Starrer Amack ur
to their home at
after spending t!io
weeks here visiting
with his parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Geo
mack ar.d with her mother, Mrs.
George. They were traveling via
George S'mpson of Falls City
been here for the part coupic
days visiting with -bis jr rents,
and Mrs. Lew Simpson. He intcnus
returning to Falls City 'Thursday
will ore he is roundi.ousc foreman foi
Tho flags wore delivered Mc-.day
afternoon to the merchants aid when
tli is decoration is u.cd it presents a
very creditable appearance. The Fire
Department luis ordered tweity-four
more flags in order to fill the demand
that is being made ttr them.
Long Gtrnw A. in of Dutch Threshers.
Dutch tliri'slilng iraclilncs are de
signed in pri'seni', ns far as possible,
the length of the straw, which Is used
In making strawbonrd.
in5! $2k 1 i S3 sHi Slk 1 $Jk 'WtSSk
BIGGER, BETTER THAN EVER'ffiK
Dancing, Carnival, other attractions
STERLING FIVE ORCHESTRA of Hastings will FURNISH MUSIC
GOOD WHR7VT PLACE
rr AUSPICES OF
Red Gfioud American Legion Post 238
PAVILION, RED CLOUD
Pavilion Will be Open On Saturday Afternoon
Admissions-Adults 20c9 Child JOc
MRS. J. W. AUl.I) KNTKItTAINKI)
I. B. O. CHAPTER SATURDAY
Tun Si'orts Bloom i:r is a
real "find" i,i these days. of
short skirts. It reaches iust
below the knee and is finished
with a tailored cuff. The
Sports Hloomcr comes in the
smartest street shades and
pink and white as well.
Jlsk to see cur other
Vaniti Fair Silk Underwear
The P. E. 0. Chapter Y entertained
eighteen members of Chapter W of
liluc Hill, sixteen members of Frank
lin, Mrs. L. H. Hlnrklcdge of Hastngs
Mrs Lee Walker of Hloumington,
Mrs.'ohas. Cathcr and Mrs. Geo.
Kailey. at the home of Mrs Will
Auld which was charmingly decorated
with yellow ad white chrysanthc
mums. The yellow and white color
.scheme, these being the P. E. O.
colors, was carried out in the table
Followimr the four course 1 o'clock
luncheon Zona Gate's very clever
little play "Neighbors" that admir
ably combines the ridiculous with the
pathetic was given in the ball room,
by the well selected cast of characters.
Miss Abel Mrs. Mabel Morhart
Mi'ss Trot .. . . Mrs. Ethel Cather
Miss Elsworth Mrs. Lois Cowdeii
Grandma .. .. Mrs. Nolle Grimes
Inez Abel Mrs. Aimee Sherwood
Miss Moran Mrs. Lois Cowden
Peter - - Mrs. Els'e Roles
Ezra ,......,......... .........Miss Y'Olti Swart?
Credit fortho excellent coaching
of the cast is due Mrs. Ethel Kailey
At tho conclusion of the play tho
guests returned to the reception hall
to on joy the following program:
Solo, "O Heart of Mne Mrs. Grace
Reading, "When Dickie Goes To
Dancing School" Miss Anr.c Ran-
Violin Solo, "Humoresque" Rev. S.
Reading, "Higher Culture in Dixie"
Virginia Auld .
Tetior Solos, "Barefoot Boy" and "In
tho Garden of My Heart" Basil
The closing number, the violin
solos, "Souvenir" and "Annie Laurie"
were by Rev. Hardman of Arapboo,
who came especially to help on the
program. Commercial Advertiser.
The "Slow Poke" at
Auditorium, Nov. 11th
The mii.iy friends iind admirors of
W. B. Button will In- interested to
li'tirn Unit the pi-ciiliur comedian will
visit The Auditorium In Bod Cloud
next Sunday, Nov. 11th, in his best
Hiiei'uhi "The Slow Poke" which is enti
ced by tho-o who seen It, us being
tiultn the biiiurtest production he Inn
ever eppt'iued in. It is u comedy of
joyous excitement and bristles thnmuli
out with hinuiire Miu.it ons Hint ex
ceudingiy funny lino-.
As Is the cse with most artists, Mr.
Button started ut tho bottom rung mid
bus nliived a wide ramie of purls, lie
is irifted with il liersomdlty thut few
comedians possess and his dtllghtlul
portniyul of Hurry Ware (The Slow
Poke) is tho crowning event of his
career. To his cliuriu of person and
quulutncsK of milliner and a voico
which onco heard could not be forgot.
ten, it is impossible to flttiiiKly des
cribe the effeot that lies in his noting
There is it magnetism about him, re
freshing in its cleanliness and simplic
ity. Tho character of (he (Slow Poke) is
a niiulnt tvno which becomes ullvo
with whit and humor and produces a
world of satisfying fun whloh will ap
peal to all olnssus of thentie goers
Qreut care 1ms been taken in selecting
the ettbt, many old members who hnvo
been with Mr. Button for several seas
ons, will be retulned and seen to il
vantage in this unusual oomedr, The
production of "I'ho Slow Poke" will
bear the stamp of excellence that has
given W. B. Button an enviable repu
tation and created for blm a large fob
lowing over the territory he hah play,
ed annually for tho past ton years
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Tlie art of .soap niiikliig Is very old.
Pliny refers In IiIk writings to both
hard and soft soap. IteiuulnH of a
soup maker's Hhop were (Uncovered In
the ruins of I'onipell. Mefnre the In
ventlnti of soap maklnu' the Juices of
certain pliilitii were lined hh eleiinslng
agents. Kulb-i's curth w'ns also used,
the uietlioil being to xpread It over the
giinnent t bo eleaued and then to
fetiunp It In Willi the feet. -
"Coldi" and Their Causes.
It Is eattmnted that there nre r
least 300,000,000 colds In a year 1.'
thl country, which is paid to ninki'
It the most common Infectious disease
uniong our pen)ile. In tlil.s connection
it also states that colds do not come
from drafts or chills as many believe,
but thnt the draft and chill merely
help things along by making It easier
for tho transmitted genii to get In Its
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