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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1923)
RED CLOUrC NEBRASKA, ' CHIEF
AS TOLD TO US
District Com t is in session his week
Old lime dance Satuiduy night, at
tho Aud toriimi.
Wendell Heal of Supciior was
tho city Saturday evening.
K1 LVOSl Qlnftk "
One cnilo..d of hogs wriv hipped
from heio to the Kansas City mar
kets Tiic-day muring and one c
load of cattle to St. Joe.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cuther went I. Miss Jl,Jiil w"nc. wcl,t to art'
to lh-stirigs Wedhcsday on train 1. iJ!s "( ' moriiinjr for a short
.visit with her .sister, Mr?. Lew Evans.
C. L. Fuller was a passenger to
Copies Monday morning on No. 4.
Mrs. George Kailcy was a passen
ger to Hast'ngs Wednesday morning.
Miss Muriel Fisher arrived here
from Super or Saturday morning on
'No. 15 for a short visit with friends.
I E. C. Henderson and H. H. Crowell
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fcarn of Wilcox,1 to, S J Sunday morning in
were n the city the first of the week. ,ch"rKc of tlic tock hlPPcd f,0,n hcrc
tw n,.,. r rw-w , .mn. A" W lme dance will be new at
ger to that town from hcrc Wcdncs- t,,c Auditorium, Saturday night.
C. A. Horen went to Superior Sun-
" .': :, , , ,.,, , .ij.:,) day morning to spend the day, ic-
Howard Kalcy and Will McBndCi J . . ft .. ,
... . . ., ,. . ...... iturnmc to this city that evening on
. . i . -nt iin iinnir in hiiiki - -
.Squill IIIV MlM ui mu vtv:ti in ""
Several of the Slippers from hoc
attended the conclave at Hunting
last Thursday at which time Poitci
Hale crossed the docit.
Mrs. Ci C. Hotcr. of Cowles was a
passenger to Hird City, Kansas on
train 15 whore she will snend n couple
of weeks v'siting with her daughter
Mrs. John A l noil and daughter
went to Hastings Thursday morn ng
to spend the dav with friends, ie-
turning home that evening on No. 1 1
There wcic two cars of hogs shipped
from heie to the Kansvs City mar
kets Sunday, one carload of sheep
and one carload of cattle to St. Joe.'
State Representative O.wir. Kiefei
of Hostwck has fi ed on the Rcmibli-
can ticket as a candidate for Co i-
gicssman of the 5th Congressional
Rev. C. W. McCaskill was a pas
senger to Hastings Tuesday morning
on train -1.
Sevc lty ono cars of stock pasied
throueh heie Sundav moininir foi
,thc Kan-ias CJity anil St. Joseph mni
Hazel No-bit of Inavale was
passenger from here to Superior
No. 14 Friday.
Lynn Bush is hcrc visiting for a
few days with h's parents, Mr. mil
Mrs. N. 13. Hush.
Mrs. Hugh Kellcy went lo Oilcam
Tuesday evening on number 17 to
spend a couple of days visit'ng with
f l icr.ds.
Earnest Nelson and daughter, Miss
Gwcldyn of McCook aic here visiting
with his brother, 'liny Nelson and
family. They intend returning home
n m w r i aar i
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Mrs. J. II. Bailey and daughter,
Miss Mabel returned home Wednesday
afternoon on the freight from Blue
Hill where they made a short vi-it
Mis. Win. Ficnch went to Omalii
Thursday morning wlicic she will
,,. , . ,,..., i spend a couple of weeks with hci
Miss Nina Simmons went to Brail-1
shaw Saturday morning
visit with relafvcs.
for a short
Good old time music at the Old
time dance Satuulay, Novembei
at the Auditorium.
Mrs. Elizabeth Foe went to Cowles
Thursday morning on train 4 where
she will visit for a few days with
Mr. and -Mrs. Clare Pope of Hast
ings spent the week end here with
relatives and iiicnds.
Mrs. John Arncll spent Sunday
Orleans with relative returning
her home on No. 14 Monday.
Joe Crow returned to his home at
Republican City Friday evening on
train 17 after spend ng the day here
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hummcll and
children were passengers to Superior
Thursday morning on No. 14.
Will Jernberg went to Denver, Colo
rado Saturday evening on 17 where
he will snend a few days visiting
Art Robinson went to Republican
Monday morning to resume work on
the Burlington bridge gang working
near there, after laying off for a
couple of weeks.
R. C. Rhode Ibbuid Red Cuckrels for
shott limp $1 each. Mis S. B Kuuir
roatli, Guide Rock.
TJie IteliekHliH and Odd Follows held
mi cutertHinmtMit at their hill last
night ntul those attending bud an en
Mrs. Harvey Rickcrscn and child
ren, returned home Wednesday on
train 1G from Orleans where they
have been spending tlm past, few
days vis'ting with her parents.
Mrs. M. E. Moon of Oberlin, Kansas
icturncd to her home theie Friday
morning after spending the past lew
days here with relatives.
Lucy Woodruff of Oiwles was a
passenger from here to Kansas City
'Saturday morning on train 14.
Mr. W.A. Sherwood went to Omaha
Wednesday on train 4 to spend a
few days vis'ting with friends.
' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henderson rc
,' turned home last Thursday from a
ki visit to Kansas and Oklahoma.
Rev. and Mr.?. J. D. Lamb of Ks
bon, Kansas, were pa.-scngcrs to
Kearney froni the local ticket office
J. E. Yost returned home Wednes
day morning on No. 15 from: Kansas
C!ity where he went Sunday in charge
of a shipment of stock.
Mrs. Rich Lippincott and daughter
Lucille, returned home Sunday from
Oeresco, where she had been spending
tire past few days with her sistcr-'n-
law, Mrs. Noyc? and family.
Henry C. Scoft, avd 82 years, who
had been in poor health for several
mouths, passed away this morning itt
the home of his daughter, Mrs Onrney
He is survived by several children
Mrs. George Hincs returned to her
home at Wymore Monday morning on
Number 1G. She hns been hcri for
E. C. Henderson icturncd home
Tuesday cvcivng from Ka.nsas City,
where he went the first of the week
wiuh a shipment of stock. While
there he bought two carloads or
cattle to be fed on h's place this
Mr. and Mib. V. L. Watkins iiihhiui
panid by Mr. and Mrs Claude Ulli'-on
and family anil Unwind lieiuinliiiinp
drove to Belleville, Kansas, Sunday,
where Mr. Gibson look tho tiain lo
Wichita where he has entered a ehlro
Deep Rock Oil and Gas
Goes Farther and Lasts Longer
On Sale at Filling Stations in Town and
the Big Truck jtill makes Daily Trips to
Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Childress and
.hildrcn drove to Blue Hill Sunday to
spend the day visiting witd friends.
The Guide Rock American Legion
I'ost and Auxilliary will hold a pro
gram and haskct supper at the I. O.
r 1 1...11 ..4 41...4 .1.i,wt 'I'.m.l.iit V..,
the past week visiting with her phr- embcr 20th. prizes for both old and
ems, .in. itr.ii .tirs. r run ues iwiti
November 16 to 23
w'th other relatives.
young. Lunch stand
do not buy boxes.
Mrs. W. R. Lippincott and daughter,
Lucille went to Ccrcsco, Thursday
morning where they will spend a few
days at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Noycs. Mrs. Novcs is a daughter of
Mr and Mrs. W. J. Lippincott.
Friday and Saturday
Here is a Program every Man, Woman and Child
in Red Cloud will enjoy.
"The Cowboy and The Lady"
with Mary Miles Mlntcr and Tom Moore
A Western Romance tint's jot cm all stopped for real laughs . anil
tlirills. Two famous stars and a sp eiulut supporting east. Actual
ly filmed in the jjicat Western canyons.
Also "Dogs of War"
One of those Laugh Provoking "Our Gang" Comedies
Edgar Harrington, who up until a
few weeks ago was operator for the
Ituilington at this point, drove dowi
from Alma where he 's now walking
Wodnelay to spend tne day with
friends, returning to Alma that evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robinson of
Cheyenne, Wyoming arrived hcrc oi
No. 16 Friday morning to spend a
couple of weeks visiting with hci
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Jcrnbctg
and with his sister, Mrs. Oliver
Powell and husband.
Small Floy'o Idea.
A .luvt'iiili' I'liuipiiiilnu. bavin'.' nl-
i served the corner ..innc of n puliHc
building lii-crlhcd "A. 1. I'.itj " iiiinlc
tlic statement "I iippii'.i' Hint inenii
'All done. BMi!.'"
for those who
DEEP ROCK OIL CO.
W. H. McKlMMEY, Manager
Phones: Red 192: Black 223. Ind. 199-R.
MrH. Cynthia A. Fulton, aged 80
years, passed away at her home In I ti
vale Wednesday evening The fineiul
services will lie held n Inavale Friday
afternoon alter which inteinicnt will
b made beside her husband In the
Walnut Creek cemetery-
BILL BOOSTER SAYS
Sunday and Monday
This Program has life enough in it to make every movie fan in the
community set np and take notice.
THODORK ROBERTS and AGNES AYRES in
by the autor of
WALLACE REED'S Racing Hits
Risking he. life at 105 miles an hour-daring, vivacious, swift aud
saucy-thai's Agnes Ayrcs in this picture!
Also the 9th Fighting Blood story entitled
"The Grim Fairy Tal6"
"The Guilty Hand" 2-reel Western Drama
"High Rickers,,-2-reel Century Comedy
3rd chapter of "Steel Trail" 2-reels.
Adm. to, 17 and 25c
N,CVAO WNW-CS "TO JOtW fcWL
VfcJ BOOSTERS' 'PAOVOCK CU)0?
WO OUESV HO GOAT TO WOEN
LOTS OF SEV1EFTS HELPS NOOl
HELPS OTHERS. EVERSaOOV
CAM JOIMW JOtt TOON
TO aECOA A WiEVAEP. OF THt
"PAOLOC CLOB'; JUST PlACG
A LVTTLE PADLOCK OM NOUR.
UPS VJHEW NOU THV4 TAEfa
ABOUT TO 00 A LITTLE
V04OCWV4G OR SPREAD A 6Y
OF SCAMOAL. THATS ALL, n
Wednesday and Thursday
MARION DAVIS in another Cosmopolitan picture
of the same company as the "Face in the Fo6 in
"The Young Diana"
How to be always young and beautiful -this -.trangc fascinating
ovc romance has plot and luxurious gowns and settings,
love romaiiv. Marie Corclli s popular novel.
.Mrs. George Beaidslee residing south
of this city, passed away suddenly at
her home Friday morning. The fimei-
ill cervlecs weie held at the bonie Sun-
day morning at 11 o'elnek. Ilev. Lamb
of Hsliou in charge, after which inter-
meut was made in the Webb Hill
Our small pioiits make it necessary
that wo 9i:ll a lot of goods. We need
your business and we will do anything
to please you Once in a great while
we do nut Inivo what a customer In
looking for. If not ve are glad to get
it for you at a gnat saving. We can
give you names of customers In Hast
ings, Lincoln, Omaha or any other
town of importauco. Johnson & Ora
ham Finn Co., Red Cloud, Nebr. We
Sell Thom For Less.
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Co.
roung men's a
Suits 8 evercoats f
$18.50 to $42.50
$16.50 to $37.50
Made by Blocks
Americas Greatest Manufaeturs of
YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHES
See Outs First
I can make farm Iomiih in Webster,
Franklin, Jowell and Smith counties
at positively the lowest rate, best terms
aud opt'on offered .1 II. IIAILKY
Dr. W. Gay Gillette
Under New NanaftemeHt
If you have never known the
satisfaction of having your Laun
dry work done by us, now is a
good time to try it.
Phone us and our wagon will call.
Wo do RufT Dry Finish
and Wet Wash
"And as Moses lifted up the serpent
in the wilderness, even so must the
Son of mail be lifted up; that whoso
ever belle veth may In Him have eter
Sunday School and Moinlng Worship
next Sunday morning. In the evening,
we join in the evening meeting at the
The Primary children will use their
new up-to the minute tublo next Sun
day mornlug for the llrst time. This
tablo was made by tho Smltlw Hughs
Bjys. It is very convenient for both
children and teacher and will uiaho a
fine addition to our department.
The Social Circle Is meeting with
Mrs. Charles Smith on Friday after
The Church Sohool at ten o'clock
every Sunday morning.
Morning Prayor at eleven o'clock
o voi y Sunday morning.
ICvoning Prayer at seven thirty
o'clock every Sunday Hvenlng.
Choir rehersal Saturday evening at
Vmi will find a cordial welcomo to
our services. .; - V. -
Hv. liasil S. Duuglierty.
llible school at 10 a in.
Morning service at 11 a in., Subject
will be appropriate to the Union meet
ings being held every evening
There will be no evening service as
this church joins In Union Service at
the Methodist Fpiscopal church at 7:M.
special attention of every member
and fi lend is invited to the meetings
every evening next week except Satur
day at the Christian church, all ser
mons to be dellveied by Mrs. II. O.
Wilcox, who Is giving to us a remark,
Nothing in the history of the city
seems more dellnitoly Providential
than the coming of Evangelist Wilcox
to engage in these meetings, and the
ideal spit It of fellowship among tho
churches promises all that could be
hoped from union service at any tim
Moreover the music, led by Mr. llu-h
and Rev. Daugherty is of the highv
oider aud adds tothciutcrestaud he
fulness of every service. The nieetin,
tire gaining in attendance and pow r
I. W. EPSON, Pastor.
Wo arc now prepared to give reason
able terms on both Now,iud Used Cars
payable monthly or In n'lump sum.
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