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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1922)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. FEBRUARY 9. 1922
Four buckle, all rubber $a99
Six buckle, all rubber $n 8
Boy's 2 buckle, all rubber . . . $2,
Women's 4 buckle, all rubber $3.
Children's 2 buckle, all rubber $23
Will Assisr Wifli InrnmP Tav CITY DEBT REDUCED I
viu Assist jffitn income 1 ax WJ SNCJ, MAY 1 1
In order to as. 1st taxpayers in llllm: , Owing to the inability of two mom
incomc tu. u 'turn, Uv the year 1021, bora of tho City Council" to bo present,
iii.-l tr kIvo uchii-e and information nit- atHho regular meeting Tucedny cVcn
der the Income Tax law, an Iiito-nul ,,. M.ivovess Mnrv Peterson nd-
Revenue ofllcer will bu listed to thu joAmod the cession nntil Wednesday
.morning, at 10 o'clock, at which time
i they mrt with all members present ex-
ccpt Shenvood. i
f ' iVction on the personal request, of
towns listed below on thedates Indleat
Illadun, Kdbttnrv 1.1th.
Blue tltll. l-'obruury Kith.
Koil Cloud, Eebiuiiry 17 and 13th
Grain Growers Organize
1 Hi W. Dunlccl, that the Council cause
to'be removed certain ti-ces inlorfor
rinry with the traffic on North Web-
We Have the Best of '
EVERYTHING IN GROCERIES
Qw Prices Save You Money
A Limited Amount of
SWEET CLOVER SEE!
At $600' Per bushel
fl H )
Tne Firmers Union
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
BIJII'W"1 i miii ii hi 1 1 1 jmfwtMWM ' i immia' miLm
A Bargain inXorsets
To clean up on odd numbers
in corsets and brassieres will
20 o Discount
on all styles I have on display
in window and counter.
These are all new numbers
bought this winter
But am out of some sizes and
cannot duplicate them, so I
will offer as long as they last
at 20 per cent discount.
Do not wait loo
long, as the sizes
are limited and your
size and style may
be gone and there
will be no more at
Ressler line of Coats,
Suits and Dresses for
Spring v. ill be here
Monday, Feb. 13th
ONE DAY ONLY
st'er .street, was defened until after
consulting with the city attorney.
The Supply committee announced
nttfnvlnrr inirt m rnti(i,nf will, linn fit).
in.' lint l!.i,l (ili.nil V'.. ili..' 1T..W I... I! T ".. n
uTiBoner was ducted present ,lMl . Clnir Itefmuis Co. for one year.
John Itynu secretary. (Jim-, blowhid j Before allowing the following clai
At a mealing of tin' local membeia
'of the tT .s. (ii.iin (IrowuiHAfcsoolatloiH
I hold in tlu I. O. O. !' hall Tuesday
Hftctiipon for tho puipose of orgatiiz
was named us a delegate to attend tl c jj&foyor and Clerk was instructed to
distilot convention which will he hold F Ci nnnnn .. i, n!i'a ,ii,f-..,l.
UJ Vw "uv.uu vii viiw x.tK'ji y 4iiuwwM.il
of $10 .'195.00 J
at Ovfonl. Tlie county is divided into
&i. voting units each of which will In
uprt'bfiiteri by otic ilolviruto at Ihiu
convention, wlxr (lulegiites will hoi
blnHuii to nttvnd thn naUonal inuLllng
at Chicigu on March 21s'.
Commercial Club Elected -
New Officers Tuesday
Uu Tiiu&diiy i'ei)inK thn annual
clt-ctlon of otlhvis fur the I'.ed Cloud
(.'hutiibur of Coinini-rc'e was held at tbei
club rooms. The filli,v'uig were elect
oil ollleur.s fur Hid eiioiiiug year:
l'resident, F. I', Mimrer.
Vice President, F. W. Cowdcn
Ticastirei, W. A. Sherwood. ' ,
Secretary, O. C. Teid.
M r, Jlardiutin w'lioT Urfe vcral'mdntKtf-
paj,t has been seerutary 6f this orgaul
zttion and filled the olllou in a very
able manner tcndeiud his re.sii;imMou
olngto his nriuy ministerial dutiih.
1 1 electing Mr. Tee I to this position
fie olnb lias selected another very
nei making a total
lrud ninco May 1st:
fl, n. Frar.icr .. ...
Buzzard ... .
o. Miksrh , . -
am Mountford -. ...
It. Floranco -.....
( It. Lewis
. 75 00
Business Women's Club
About si.tj live were pi eseiit at the
Uiiblnwbb WuuiuUh Club last niKhl to
help entertain the teachers of the Ked
The hall was nppiopriately decoiated
with btiiiiK". of cupidb, in tows and
Three huge tables were .set In
near a heart bbapu as possible and dt1
c THlod with huiirth, eupid dolls, red
candles and beautiful dowers
Angel fodd cake, brick ice-cream
with n tod heart in the center and eof
f o was borved.
(Jrcotings to each guest was found
o.i tho bauk of the heart place-cards.
These were in the natiiro of a fortnno
told for each one,
MKs Hatte Christian was toasttnhv
tivss for the happy occasion, Sho
liuuirfFously introduced each speaker
and titnted that as hearts were tho
symbol of Valentine, blie hoped all
thoir hearts would beat in unison to
night and thnt all would respond in
Miss Mary Peterson, as president of
the lhisiuoss Women's Club, greeted
the toachcrs in a splondld manner.
Miss Nina Simmons, us president of
the Teaohor's Club, travo a rebnonse.
an appreolatlonof the evenlua's pleas-
' 11 fl nllfl ntinliitiittinni-
Mrs. Barbara Pharos gave a toast to
tho tcHchcra, praising thom for their
hard woilc and the Ideals for which
thoy stand," ending with a numerous
! piece of poetry. Mrs. 11. Y. Steward
gave a responding toast to the Busi
ness Ladies. Mrs. Oliver Powell gavo
a witty toast on hcurls Miss Tost
I toasted diamonds, saying that hearts
woio usually more valued than dla
I monds, but yet most girls liked the
latter best. The two wore not luckily
j found together. Mrs. Kd Oarbor toast-
.od spades. The business woman spades
and digs each day nml truly enjoys an
ocHssioii Mho this. Clubs weio spokon
of In genorc! by Miss Ducker. Espce
iivlly was this one commended.
This whole occasion wa pronounced
Ihe wiltlo.st, ui03t original and clever
or any heretofore on tho calendar of
this club. Tho touchers were loud in
praise of their cnlcrtaimuont.
Colin C. Morro
Huffman Supply Co.
Sinclair Refining Co. .
'Crano Co. .......
HOAKI) OF EDUCATION
MET ON MONDAY
Tho Boaul of Education, with all
members present, mot in the Com
mercial Club rooms on Monday eveu
isg and after tho iniutcs of tho Jan
uary meeting wore read and approved,
tho following bills were audited and
Industrial Laboratories . $ 8.25
One of Each $275
While the present stock lasts I am offering
two bargains. A guaranteed watch with
unbreakable crystal - - - - f e40
A guaranteed alarm clock - -
These are both special values at the prices.
Also a very few guaranteed eight day
alarm clocks at the right price.
We Mike 'Quality' Right Then the PricVRight
B. H. NewhousQ
rcj aouj Jeweler and Optometrist'
Mra. W. A. Shenvood ...
University of Nebraska
Allys '& Bacon
Ginn & Co ....
Grico & Grimes .
Red Cloud Chief
E. W. Stevens
G. J. Warren
S. R. Plorancq ..
Elins Goblc - .
Mrs. Coleman nppeared before tho
Board with the request to rent tho
Agricultural Farm. The matter was
referred to the Building and Grounds
Now comes Catherine Carpenter re
questing to bo re-instated as a student
in the High School. After listening
to evidence from both sides, the
Board, on motion by Pope, seconded
by Ovcring, decided to sustain tho
superintendent in his decision and p
on his recommendation made tho sus
We 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 inferior stucco.
We build screen doors and window screens and do
carpenter work of all kinds. Let us have your order for
screen doors and window screens now.
Shop first door north of Holland Hotel. Res. phone 72N
Entertain "500" Club
The "500" Club was splendidly en
tertained at the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Ed. Garbcr on Tuesday evening in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. James Cathcr,
of Ilolyokc, Colorado, who were form
er members of this club.
Twenty-eight guests sat down to a
threc-coutWc turkey dinner, served at
7 o'clock. The evening wns spent in
tho usual way by playing 500, then
the Smoker, nnd thus ending tho even
ing with ono grand good time. This
was an extra pnrty, but tho regular
meeting comes this Thursday even
ing with Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Nicholson.
The young man in love often goes into raptures about
"the blue of the sea in her eyes and the golden haze of
autumn in her hair," but remember this, young man
SHE'LL EAT just the same as any other healthy girl.
Therefore, get down to practical affairs. Save your
money, deposit it in a good reliable bank like ours and
get ready to own a home for you and the girl and to
provide the three square meals a day that you will both
need as long as you live. You know when poverty comes
in at the door, love sometimes flics out at the window.
Grace Church Services
Edward Flounce, President Red Cloud, Neb. S. R. Floranee, Cashier
Capital and Surplus ftjj,ooo.oo
VfpoHU Quaranttedbv A Jhjtotttort Guantniij Fund of the Stale of Atbwtia
Stiudav School at 10 a. m,
Morning Servlo at 11 a m.
Evening Sorvioo nt 7:110 p, in
The Episcopal Church la here us the
servant of nil All scats aro free, and
all peoplo aro welcome to our services?
Are You Buying Dependable
J Ml Jj :
That is The Kind We Sell
Malone - Qeltatly Co..
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