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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 7. 1920 '
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NO MOIti: HI'XUAY BASE
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There are timea when a Good
I Alarm Clock will realy put money in
pocket by giving you MORE HOURS in the morning
Will wake you and add ihose hours to your day
Maybe your old clock is "allin." i3ctterget a new
BIG BEN and MAKE SURE.'
J. C. M
Columbia Grafonolas The Jeweler Columbia Records
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Plays Tic Game
I 'I'm' font t it 1 1 mi'hmiii opHiioiI in tins
cllv last Krl'luy ufieriiooi) wiili the
l''iiink!ii Avmloiny plnliif Hit hh-hI
ln.'li scliool olevi-n. A larjreurowd ivm
prosent. TIh finitht nt ted wilh Krnnk.
ltu Idi'lsliig- Lh- IihII to Ittsd Cloml's ten
'yirdlini'. Tin- liitll was cmrlpd ImcK
, t ) tlio wiittr of the (irtl ami the Ihzht
iW'iaoii, Kfid Ciotid lobt the ball Hever-
ul titne-i in tho llrsl quarter liuf uitli u
I h ilf tiiliiuto to play before Uie qiiuitcr
was ovci' Kaley tusliod thni llm lino
fo" a touch down
t -. t f Ml
Tito fccoiiilqimrlpi' opened v.ithH.'d losinuno i,amc. iiie Upard gave
Cloud kluklng to Franklin aim uoiim-i eai-11 s"1?, io umo aoairea to pro
team whs nblo to inaJw duwns. Ti. cpt V '''' ot the ntftltcr, nndaf
hU jdtihed wUlt lKd Cloud 7 ah '' tor tytmW to overybody who desired
l-'mnhtio t. i bj4vl en this matter the Board
Tho tltiiii quarter vn Htiotliri liunl "'IjOttrajM to L p. m.
tutsle n both 'tfhins WIT" uiiHble t' DoiirJj, T-'-irvpiied nt 1 o'clock i
m ike ilimu. ni.
In the lost quarter l'Vunkti: pim.K .' AfaETioonddcvaUe discussion by the
thr i i'.e l Clouds line and matter. toiVli IlonruSnuati0 to hat action to lako
dijv.'ii. lid. Cloud opened tip w it u rejcarflntj Sunday Ilaso Uall in Guide
sun ftifw'aril passes and the ball wh;. Rock.proctnct a motion was nintV by
UUim to ITratiklinS 15 yard line whoie Waldo,, ami t-econded by Shidlor, that
tliltiert til.'il to uiako a drop kick ami tl.e Board't action on Augrust ilrd,
tinted The Katun eude ! a tie Hed ! 11)20. mithoriinir tho itlavinir of Sun-
II U. TOIi guidi: KOC'K
Hcd Cloud, Nobr.
October 5, l'JUO.
ThqjCovir.ty Hoard of Conuniion-
ors mob a- per adjournment of Scp
tombcX l'tb at 10 o'clock a..m. wi.h
all members prosent.
ThcTfir-' matter taken up by flic
Hoard-va- Uio heating regarding the
playing o( Sunday Hase l!ll Jit Guido
Kocks procinct. A ood representa
tiotL Was p;e'-.ont of those favorintx
SiindayJ'Fa e Hall and also those on-
Eveiybody.s Going to be In
terested in Politics for
the Next Few Weeks
They are thinking a great deal about Clothes,
too want to be sure they're getting good qual
ity and getting it at the right price.
We Vote for Bigger Clothes Values
Just come any time and see what Big values we
are offering. Suits and Overcoats direct from
Hart, Schaffner & Marx, priced from
$40.00 to $70.00
O.ho, Hi8h8rade Overcoats jjqq gQQ
We guarantee you'll be satisfied with the values,
style, fit, wear. If you aicn't, money back.
Our stock is complete in all departments. Hats,
New Fall Stetson and Mallory; $6.50 to $10.
SWEATERS, Bradley's in heavy Jumbc knit
or Shaker knit, pull-over or coat sweater.
LEATHER VESTS, a most complete assort
ment, priced from $8.50 to $22.50.
We ask you to come in and select your winter needs now.
"W. G. Hamilton Godiing Co.
Cloud T, Franklin 7.
Former Citizen Buried Here.
C. IJ. Crone, a toriucr resilient of tbi
City, paed away Thursday at his
home in, York alter an illness of sever
The deceased was a native of Penn
sylvania and was about sixty elht
years old. During his residence in
tilts city he was elected Clerk of the
District Court and served faithfully
and ellleiently. Several years ao he
moved to York where ho engaged in
the real estate business
Besides his wife, ho leaves two child
ren, Mrs. Frank Peterson of tide city
and Elmer, of Cheyenne, Wyoming, to
mourn his death.
Funeral services were bold at York
Saturday morning and tho remains
were brought to this city that night
interment was made in the city ceuie.
tory Sunday morning
layor Amack called the Council
together in regular session on Tues
day evening, with all members pres
ent except Hoffman.
After tho minutes of tho Septem
ber meetings were read and approved
tho report of City Treasurer S. R.
Floranco was presented and ordered
placed on file.
L. R. Rust and John Havel, on be
half of the Fire Department, wcro
present and asked Council for tho
balance of 109.60 in Firemen's Fund,
which request wns granted.
Request of N. P. Nelson, W. II. Mc
Kimmoy and W. B. Smith, for n re
fund in water, for main laid to their
respective places, was laid on tho
The claim of the state auditor for
$8.00 for a certified copy of paving
bonds .was allowed as wore also tho
Does Your Watch
Or Glasses Ne
day DaicfBaU in Guido Rod: precinct
bo revoked. Motion carried.
Gedrgo H. Ovcring reported to tho
Hoard that he had obtained prices on
markers desired by tho G. A. R. So
ciety for the Guide Rock' cejnctcry,
and Sir. Ovcring was instructed to
purchase 15 markers for the above
The Cftfeving claims were audited
and allowed and County Clerk in
structed to draw warrants on the
proper funds in payment of same.
Judges and Clerks 030 10
Red Cloud Chief 1G 85
R. C. Farmers' Institute... 25 00
Geo. II. Ovcring ' 17 00
0. C. Teel 3 00
Henry II. Fausch 170 W
May L. HufTer 45 00
E. S. Garbcr -1 90
Geo. V Trino 2G 45
C. F. Cathor ......... a 00
Frank Starr 87 83
L. E. Spcncc CI 75
Webster County Argus 99 90
Malone-Gcllatly Co. 53G 15
Wc want to do voitr
repaerng; ' '
WE WILL DO IT RIGHT AND AT A REASONABLE PRICE:
WHETHER IT IS A WATCH, CLOCK, JEWELRY OR EYE
GLASSES, WE HAVE THE MATERIALS AMD WE KNOW
HOW TO FIX IT SO IT WILL STAY FIXED.
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF OPTICAL GOODS, JEWELRY
AND SILVERWARE AND WILL BE PLEASED JO SHOW
YOU WHAT YOU WANT.
WE TEST YOUR EYES AND FIT
YOU WITH CORRECT GLASSES
We Make 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
Rca cloud Jeweler and Optometrist
' 7 'fit House oj Quality
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B. R. Frazier . ,.
VV. A. Tattcn
Bert Perry .........
S. R. Floranco
O. C. Teel
Sam Mount ford
Ed Brinkman ...
C. E. Kizer -..
C. R. Lewis ....
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When Yon Tear YOUR CLOTHES Think of
ranic k. iiusnes
Cleaning - . Dyeing - Repairing
Phones 1 Red Cloud. Nebr.
Wo Pay Return Charges on Out of-Towti Work
Wo Call and Deliver
Watts Construction Co.
County Clerk ,
Smith A McKimmay ..JL
Watts Construction Co.
, Giant Fulton & Letton 465 14
Fairbanks Morse Co. i 1 02
Mutual Oil Co. , 757 00
, IvOMmeyer Co. .. . 50 60
General Electric Co 82
Midwest Electric Co. 457 77
State Journal 222 25
i Telephone Meeting
! The Stockholders of tho Fanners
j Independent Telephone Co.. will moot
, at tho Court Hruso Saturday, Oct 0
1020 nt o o'clock p, m., in annual eess'
Ion. ,o wnnt ymt there.
O. E. RAMEY, President
Anna B. Spanoglc
Ed C. Walton
Webster County Fair Assn.
Ralph Pitney, ot al
L. iR. Columbia
1 Buy ThemWith
I F.crct rtnrf Chiohori JlIrnttoxtf
m &&.. .w...., -,.w.
Com. Dist. No. 2
A. O. Mcifbrd
II. C. Albrecht
POOR FARM FUND
Harold Smith -
John Yost & Son ....
Dr. Nichols Sanitorium
J. B. OrnduiT ..
W. II. Rosoncrans
No othor business appearing tho
Board ndjourncdMo November 1, 1920.
B. P. PERRY, County Clerk.
Set aside your "egg and chicken money and,
almost before youiiealizc it, you will have
enough to buy an equipment of beautiful
' Wear-Ever" aluminum cooking utensils. '
Bright, light, silver-like "Wear-Ever" uten
sils will make you as proud of your kitchen as
you are of the other rooms in your home.
few Ja "h a"l T-a n-i 'wtjvv'tv".!)?
Starke Bali P;-,
This will be thclasl fjamc o
tht season. The naio receipts
will go to the winners and both
teams are out to win. Don't
miss this game.
ADMISSION 50 CENTS.
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A liiminimi LrrlrT rf ! n'-jaT-noilo
cost slightly more than ordinary utensib because t
'theyarc worth more. It pays to buy "Vcar-Ever"
just as it pays to buy good farming implements.
"WcarEveru utensils are made in one piece from
hard, thick sheet aluminum without joints or scamo.
Cannot crack, flake or pcq! are pure and safe.
ftIci utsnaila that worn oUfc
with ulorMlls thtt 'Wear-Eyw;
GEO. W. TRINE'
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Hedge Field Friday p.nw,
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