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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. NOVEMBER 10. 1921
NUMBER ' 5.
Fire Destroys Grain Elevator I Legion Banquet Tonight
Do You Need Any This Fall?
ow is a eood time to get tnem
we are making a
Special Price of
6.00 and $7.00
A DOZEN FOP A SHORT TIME ONLY.
See Tin Styles in The Street Case
THE CLEASON STUDIO
ERTAINLY you want the lowest
-' price on all your purchases. We are
going to give you this help when making
your purchases at our store.
Remember our store the next time your wants are in
We are after your business.
The Jeweler Grafanolas and Records
Last I'Yiday morning about, four
o'clock the alarm was given that, tlto
levator belonging to lleorgo Iltivor
emnp whs ui fit e. It is said by borne
that Ir hiul biMMi binning for some time
beforo tin nliirtn was given. Hy tlie
tlniM the dcpaituient aril veil it had
ul most burned to the ground, and
owing to low prc&Mire of tho Hurl
itigton's water tliHy wens unable to
The elevator contained over nine
thousand bushels of corn, forty. six
hiuidrui bushels of wheat, and sonic
outs Hiid ryn. Mr Mitveruamp entries
818,000 00 insurance on the building
ami contents. The origin of the file
l.s u n know u
Fireman Struck by Auto
While Responding to Alarm
.lot? Chit ,lr, mi-iiihr of the fire d'1
pai tiueiit, whs M'ilonsl. inj uvd last
Saturday night while cno-um ttie
sticet on l''iti Avenue in response to
t ! tlie iilm hi vvhiu'i a gtveii ahoiil
y : 1 5 o'clock, iieiiif? ft i nek by l'ord
tommy- ear driven by Chai Ins Kloli
HI'dMIU. Willi W'l gnlllg llllllll.
Mr fair ivi s in the pictni mIiow
wtien IIih mImiiii was yiv-ii IIh mi
uiuilbitxly responded mid whs crossing
ilie sliest when the muo s ruou 'itn
Uelh bones of l he lower riullt let; were
broken and pmtiuilcl lllroilirh I ho
fit- li, lieslib h in lir h IIIshn. O vv 8
unconscious h-n lOHchfti bt those
who were nexr lie Hccldent and vwis
taken to Or. Martin's office where Iih
Wjts upended l Drs Martin, Hnxsey
and Cieiuhtcin. ami later lemoved ton
routu in lh Urnee Kinuie looming
house. He !- getting nloni it-well as
could be expi!it-. considering the set
imisucsi ot his injuries
Tonight at eight o'clock tlie Arnori.
can Legion will haven banquet at. the
Powell & Pope Uafe, in lionor of the
now members who joined this organ!
zition during the drive. Gilbert Bock's
team secured the most members and
as a result it falls to Paul I'onlclcy and
and ids co workers to pay for plates
for the new members. Mr. S Hard
man will be the principal speaker for
tlie occasion. After "chow" tho post
will meet in tho I O. O. V. hall where
tho initiation will take place.
Elton Pope Weds
Elton Pope, son of Mr. and Min .lay
Popf, sin prised his miny friends by
arriving in the city with a bride I he
Hint of the week. The p.i-t few mouths
. had In im win king at Denver and
titration. Cnlntailo but decided tlu.t
the tif of a bachelor was not all loses
so he j'inriieyt'd to Republic, IyiiiimiS
wher tin last Friday he wed I lie lady
nf his ciinlco. Miss Mut'v Alice (ioset.
The yiiiiuu couple will make tlnir
Inline In tills cif with the best wish 3
of their in tn v fi lends.
A new Sock of Westclox Alarms
Starke Brothers' Holstein
To Our Patrons
Mr. J. F. Edwards has resigned
his position with the Farmers Union
to accept a position at River ton 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
BOOSTERS LUNCH AT
On Monday nt noon the Red Cloud
Boosters mot for lunch at the fnmousj
hb'stelry of our friend, RoyvOatman,v
where they were regaled in truly
The dining room was filed with the
crowd and everybody enjoyed them
selves to the full.
Mr. Stein gave a most interesting
talk on Brazil which was thoroughly
enjoyed by all. Rev. Fred J. New
land introduced tho matter of a com
munity Christmas Tree in an impas
sioned speech, and Mr. Haines from
tho Agricultural College Extension
staff gave a short but pithy talk about
Officially Listed thc nPsity of farm and city co-
It was decided to have tho Booster
dinner in future in thc evening nbout
six or six-thirty which wc believe
will be a change for tho better.
We Mike 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
Ked aouj Jeweler and Optometrist tibra$ka
A Red Cloud, Nebraska lu-pfder is
again mentioned in the latest bullet in
of the llolfiteiii-KiieMaii Association of
A tnei iui, which reports tho milk and
tin tr fat production of cows under
ollluial Mipt rvlsiou.
Siarke Brothers have ono of tlndr
pure bted registered Holsteins cicditwl
with 10 7 lbs. ot butter in seven dajs.
This' cow, Starke Knrin Hengervold
Amy, is repotted as haviui made at
the Hge of two years and live months, a
record of .'LIS 7 lb-, or milk and 15 Sl'O
lbs. of butler fat. equivalent to the
above atoonnt of butter.
The Champion Holstein for Nebras
ka in tho Junior two year old class for
seven day production is Rag Applo
Knrndyko Boon Chornita. who-o to-1
cord of 1H7.6 lb-, of milk and 18 20 lbs.
of butter tut, equivalent to Cfl (5 lbs. of
buttor, bui'im'Sr'b ill oihcifl, neeoiding
to the records of tho Holstein Kriesiun
Association of America. Tills record
production whh inttlu at the H B.
Davis Farm, Omaha, Nebraska.
Grace Church Services
2Gth Sunday After Trinity
Sunday School at 10 a in.
Mnrtilnu Service at 1 1 a. m.
Evening Service ut7::i() p. in.
Confirmation Instruction at7:l.rp. m
Choir Rehearsal at 8 p. in., Saturday.
Quit apoloiziiig for not going to
eh tn eh. Give your conscience n ret,
and get a comfortable feeling undt r
your vest by attending church next
One Night Only
SUNDAY - NOV. 13th
FOR A REAP- sJY RIDE
(ir filers Union
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
I HOLDS REGULAR MEETING
Tho regular meeting of the Cham
ber of Commerce wn3 held at thc
rooms on Tuesday night.
President Hamilton called tho meet
ing to order at 8 o'clock and coiihidcr
nblc woik was done.
Tho committee on placing the road
sign was continued, tho members
promising to get tho signs placed
within tho next two weeks.
Considerable" interest was manifest
ed in tho report of R. P. Wccsner on
tho luncheon. in favor of Good Roads,
nt Guido Rock, last week. Various
matters, in connection, wore discussed
and tho regular Road Committee were
requested to meet with tho County
Commissioners as soon as
with reforenco to tho above.
Bruce Maokey who has been em
ployed by tho Burlington on a biidgo
gang which was working near Napotiee
hadthe misfortune last Saturday to
fall several ffet striking a timber on
. his stomach, suffering severe injuries
J Ho was broimht to this cty on No 14
, anil placed iimlur th of llcient cue of
Br. It S Mn. tin, whore he is doing
t-pleudldly at this tlmej
Saturday evenliiL', abint 8 o'clock,
while Mr and Mia lliert Delnh wi-ih
li' leading the picture h ", their re-1
d.-nceon the Kit kpitrlck farm eniut.i
on fue, theoiigin f vlileh i- uiilun-wii
The house an. i all I's contents weiu
completely consumed No hisiinu ee
was curried and th In-. wn iota .
I'Vlenls upon liMi'ir.iig of their nns.
fortune iminedialely Mured a publio
subscription In their behalf.
Because the la'e summer and fall
wi'io very dry nur C-mett-ry tuistees
(hough it best not to cut tho grass too
short. It Is now time to cluau it up
for the winter; and It Is desired tlist
possible nil who can, appear at tho cemetery
Monday, Nov. 15th, at 1! p. in., wBli
Prices 50c-75c-$1.009 Plus Tax
Seats on Sale ut Box Office
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Tho rccrctary was directed to in- Bnythes. hIckU'h. takes, etc., for a
form tho American Legion thnt their bourn work
offer for uso of Club Rooms was ac- S It. K v.w Kiauk IVrrv
ceptcd. E 0. Caldwoll H J. Overlap jr
Meeting adjourned at 9:25 p. m. I Br. Uoxey.
HE KIND OF STATIONERY YOU USE tells the whole
story of your business careor. Write yonr letters
on Hammermill Ripple Bond, correctly printed at the
Chie! office. It creates a favorable impression.
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