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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1921)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, N )VEMBER 3. 1921
Do You Need Any This Fall?
Now is a good time to get them as
we are making a
Special Price of
$6.00 and $7.00
A DOZENFOR A SHORT TINE ONLY.
See The Styles in The Street Case
THE GLEASON STUDIO
Will Celebrate at Inavale
On Friday ovninn tho local Amcri- 0n Monday next Nov. 7th tlio Boost
can Legion Post held h meeting at era 'oh will bo hld In the Royal
which ttruo tliej decided to no to Ina
vale to eclchrato Armistice Day as they
linvo received an invitation from tho
wideawake merchants of that town.
They expect to have b bip barbecue
and all the "Uxlnfcx" to go with it. A
good time is anticipated
pERTAINLY you want the lowest
price on all your purchases. We are
going to give you this help when making
your purchases at ourtore.
Remember our store the next time your wants are in
We are after your business.
J. C- 7vnTCHeL-L-
The Jeweler Grafanolas and Records
F if th Red Cross Roll Call
The Fifth annual Holl Call of tho
American Red Cross for membership
will begin Nov. 11 and continue until
The Webster County Chapter' has
81871.22 on hand altho it is usine con
siderable money each jour for dlifercnt
Winds of relief work. So far as funds
are concerned you can road II v ee that
there Is no pressing need for them nud
yet there must be a Red Cross organ
ization that we may hold our chapter
together and retain money for use in
our own immediate vicinity.
You will not be solicited but it is ad
visable that at many as are interested
should lonew their membership ut thlst
time. Annurtl membership 81; Contri
buting 85.0(1; Sustaining S10. All ex
cept fifty cents for each of these mem
berships Is retained by the local clinp.
t-r for relief work permitted by the
American Red Cioss. Detailed.,, in for
mation us to the work being done will
be cheerfully given. Memberships can
be obtained at the oiUc- of the -ecre-tary.
E. .1 Overin J ., Secretary.
COUNCIL SAYS PUT ON
AN EXTRA POLICEMAN
Hotel. Give your name to MeRsers J.
C. Mitchell, Ed Garbor or Dave Kaley
and reserve yourphico
Community Christmas Tree
A nutnbor of persons in Red Cloud
have expressed a desire for a Commun
ity Christmas Tree. Tills is a splendid
spirit and in lino with other united
efforts to make the world brighter and
better.. If you are interested come to
the mass meeting to bo hold in tho
basetaent of the Public Library next,
Tuesday evening at 7:.'K) o'clock.
To Our Patrons
Mr. J. F. Edwards has resigned
his position with the Farmers' Union
to accept a position at Riverton and
Mr. Will McPherson, who has been
connected with the Union for the
past two years, will assume his duties
at the store.
Carl McArthur has accepted a
position as second man at the Eleva
tor and G. A. Kailey will handle
the clerical work for both the store
and elevator, with headquarters at
The Farmers Union
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
Mayoress Mary Peterson called the
Council together in regular session,
with all members present, in the
Council Chambers on Tuesday evening
and after tho minutes of tho October
meetings were read and approved the
report of City Treasurer S. R. Flor
ance wns presented nnd ordered placed
Superintendent B. R. Frazier of the
light and power department reported
the wells at tho power house as being
full of oil, and at tho rate, now being
used, the supply should run about
On motion of Alderman Sherwood
tho Council voted that the Mayoress
be instructed to secure the sendees
of an extra policeman for tho winter
mrnlh Also on motion of Alderman
Sherwood the Council voted, that city
treasurer bo instructed to transfer
sufficient funds from tho Electric
Light Cash Fund to Electric Light
Levy Fund under Ordinance No. Oj,
to take up two warrants and intora-ic
to the Grand Island Loan and Trut
iVowing claims were allowed:
Commissioners Give $1000
to Our Farmers Institute
Red Cloud, Nebraska,
November 1, 1921.
Tho County Roard of Commission
ers met as per adjournment at 1
0,'clock p. m. with all members pres
ent. A committee -consisting of E. J.
Overing, J. V. Auld, Henry Gilliam,
C. 13. Steward and Jas. S. Gilliam
officers and members of the Red
Cloud (Farmers' Institute appeared be
fore the Board and through their
spokesman, Jas. S. Gilham, asked
that tiio 192L levy, made for aid to,
County Agricultural Societies bo di
vided equally between Bladen Fair
Association and the Red Cloud Farm
They also filed tho proper certifi
cates as provided by law showing
they had complied with all the re
quirements of the law entitling them
to share in this appropriation equally
with Bladen Fair Association
A motion wr.s made by Crowell
seconded by Shidler that this appro
priation be divided equally between
tho above mentioned societies and
County Clerk instructed to draw a
warrant on the General Fund for
$1000.00 to Bladen Fair Association
and 1000.00 to Red Cloud Farmers'
Institute. Motion carried.
Tho application of Jesse Brooks for
admission to the Soldiers' Home at
Burkctt was npproved by Board.
Tho following claims were audited
and allowed and County Clerk was
instructed to draw warrants on the
proper funds in payment of same:
W. D. Edson $ 99.85
Omaha Printing Co. . .... 31.70
University Pub. Co. ..-. ... C.14
II. Ludlow - - 5.20
O. J. Kailey 24.00
Anna B. Spanoglo 'll.GG
Henry R. Fausch 239.20
Anna Stumphenhorst 60.00
B. R. Frazier
W. A. Patten
C. D. Whitakcr
S. R. Floranco
0. C. Tool
1. I'oylo 1 .
C. R. Lewis...
F;ai k Ciawson
A. B. McArthur
Smith & McKimmoy
Sam Mountford 5-1,17
Nat'l Refining Co 159.G0
Johnson Oil Rof. Co 19-1.01
Mutual Oil Co 290.59
Midwest EIcc. Co 47.G7
, 85. CO
. 7-3 0'.
. 75 00
F. E. Maurer
J. A Denton
Wm. E. Wallace
T. J. Chaplin
Grace Church Services
24th Sunday Aftor Trinity
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Holy Communion with special Miss
ionary Sermon by Rev. J, M. Bates tit
1 ft tn.
Confirmation Instruction at 1 p.m
Evening Service at 7:30 p. in
If you dont worship olsowherc, como
aril worship with us.
Grant Shidler - 125.00
H. 11. Crowell
II. A. Stumphenhorst
Chicago Lbr. Co.
W. 11. Rpwsncmns ...
tuto Journal Co. -....-
Ilpd Cloud Chief -
Klopp Pr;nUmjr;Co .
C. A. Waldo
. URinOH 1'WD
H. G. Fein'-...:.
C. JR. Rnkealrnw ,
A. O. Meffcv-d , ...
Acrni-1 J. Doyle
Harm Hopp..n .... ....-
4 ft 0"
r 7 "
CnnW'iNon'. -I.- I'00
II. E. llowh -
O. A. Wells ....,-.-
John Himmclbcr'g - -J
Frank Worm an -
POOR FARM FUND
S'nndanl Oil Co
Edimr Mcintosh 15.00
Mrs. Ed. Gllbort went to Ohappoll ' Board adjourned to Dccembor 13,
Monday to visit hor daughter who in 1921. I
very sick. i n. f. PERRY, County Clerk
A new slock of Westclox Alarms
We Nike 'Quality' RightThen the Price Right
Red aoud Jeweler and Optometrist Arcbr
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Ut is EASY to wash PYREX
t Nothing can adhere to its hard, odor-proof, grease
proof surfnec. It is easy to keep clean for it will not chip,
craze, bend, dent or discolor and always remains new.
PYREX is the original the first transparent oven
ware and is guaranteed not to bregk in actual oven-use.
PYREX is made in shapes nnd sizes for
every practical baking purpose, it is a saver
of time, fuel nnd dishwashing drudgery.
ImA 1 1
Wc do building from the excavating to the painting
complete. Wc will figure your jobs to furnish all mater
ials, or otherwise, to suit our customers. We do'FRAME
BRICK and STUCCO work, Let us show you the differ
ence between good and inforicr stucco.
-. GRANT CHRISTY
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