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'!$ VOLUME 50 ' RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, MARCH 16. 1922 NUMBER 11.
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iK lA ll "incers , tkacubrs on jioxii vy I i
Jjr hpecial hoap bale 1
AN ADVANIAGEOl S l'l'R' IU.sE OP A f AUGT' AMGTNV
OF SOAP ENABI I . I S 10 Oil i .: W
Tho P. I:. () society held their annual
usiuess meeting Monday evening at
t e home of Mrs. A. E Boles wherein
my elected the following uilleeis for'
the ensuing vear:
President -Mr E. h. Morhart.
Vice Pieiidetit MtH. A. E. Holes. .
lteoording Secretary Mrs Munduy.
Cor Secretary Mis. II B. McHiido.
Treasurer Mrt. II. C. hetson.
Chaplain Mrs. Edgar Condi n.
Uuttrd -Miss I'achel Cowdeu.
Box 80 Bars - - $4.20
LWith 8 Frco Packages oJCtOL1EN ROD
Box 10 Bars
.With 1 Freo Package of GOLDEN ROD
WHILE QUR PRESENT SUPPLY LASTS, WE OFFER THIS
LXCELLENT LAUNWIY SOAflrvT THESE ALMOST
WHOLESALE" PRICES. THIS WONDERFUL WHITE
IAUNMlY SOAP CONTAINS "WATER SOFTENING '
KLBAOHING" AND "DIRT STAUTING" QUALITIES. A'V
SEND TIIIK SALE. Olt TELEPHONE YOUR ORDER. WE
HAVE KQl'ALLY GOOD "RARGAINS" ON OTHER PRO
DUCTS. Our Car Of
Early Ohio Seed Potatoes
Mas Arrived. Place Your Order Now
Farmers Union Store
Red Cloud, Nebraska
For That New
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COME IN AND
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All New Numbers
And Priced To
The voteis of the Citizens ticket ofJ
this city aie hereby notified that thciu
will bo a (.'uncus at the Couit House,
Tuesday evening, March Ulsr, at 7:15,
for the pin pose of placing ill noniinut
iou candidate! for the following city
ullices to he voted lor at tliu annual
election on April 1th:
One Councilman for the 1st waul
Ouo Councilman tor the 2nd ward.
Two uieinbeis of the School Hoard
for the School District of Red Cloud
City. A D. Kuuncy, Chaiiinan.
Business Men's Banquet
An Enjoyable Affair
Tlio Husiness Men's Dinnor hold last
Tuesday evening at the I'owoU & Pope
Cafe was attended by llfty-three repre
sentatives of tlie various business in
teres Is of our city, although reserva
tions had been made for sixty-eight.
The .splendid banquet was served by
Mr. Oliver Powell and his able assist
ants In the elilciciit manner to char
noteristie of this eafe.
An orchestra composed of J. E. Hetz,
M. A. Mercer and Miss Jossiu Crabill
furnished music during the dinner.
The selections rendered were all hifth
class, prnticulaily appropriate for the
occasion and won gtoat applause.
Mr C. 13. Steward made an after
dinner t til 1c that was highly intercfit
iug, his subject being the agricultural
interests of this country, its relation
to other business euterpiises, and tlie
application of sound business princi
ples by the fai uier. The pleasing man
ner in which thin tulle was delivered
and the valuable thoughts expressed
atttaoted favorable attention.
Mr. Grant Christy appeared in tlie
inteiests of a newly organised biise
b.ill club to ascertain the support tho
business men would give during tlie
coming season A motion carried un
animously that the sentiment of the
meeting support the now base ball or
gauizution aud the chair was instruct
ed to appoint n com mitten to co opur
ate with tlie boys in arrangements for
seeming funds with which to purchusu
suits aud other pnraphoiualia. II. C.
Gollatly and Harry Yost weio named
as a committee to arrange for the next
dinner aud the meeting adjourned
At a special mect.nK of the Ilonnl
of Education, held in the Coium real
Club rooms, on Monday evening, at
8 o'clock wi.h all members present,
the Tench rs' Commiltco suhmi'lod
their report which was found to ho
both a. maioritv and minority and
rattier conflicting in regard to sal
aries ur-d tlie Hoard proceeded to tho
election ol teachers.
City Superintendent of Schools A.
B.- Gehvick was tho unanimous
choice of tlie Hoard for reelection Mid
Was retained at a salary of $11500.00.
On mot n and recommendation oi
!jhis gntlcnian tho follow.ng teachers
Syore elected for tho ensuing yeir,
with salaries as stated:
High School Miss Gehvick, princi
ple, ? H500.00; Helen Reiher mathema
tics, .$11100.00; Florence Peters, Eng
lish, $11100.00; Jessie Kellogg, history,
$1200.00; Florence ISolingor, language,
$1200.00; Florence Monogan, commer
Junior High Fannie May llutchins,
prjiicipal, $1200.00; Edyth Hcezlcy,
geography and history, $1125.00; Nina
Simmons, music, 900.00.
Grades Josephino Davis principal,
$1200.00; Vcrna Hutchins, 1st gra-ic,
$900.00; Mildred lloren, 2nd grade,
$900.00; Kathcrine Trout, 3rd $900.
00; Irma Oatman, 4th grade, $900.00;
Mrs. Stewart, Cth grade, $900.00.
IC'ndorgartcn Mrs. Aimec Arnold
Beforo adjourning the Board decid
ed not to have any spring vacation.
A Journey Through Palestine
Tho Illustrated sermon lecture at tlie
Baptist ehuich next Sunday night will
bo on the "Holy Land". It is hoped,
that through tlie tiso of these pictures,
those interested will becomo better ac
quainted with the Geography of tho
country that is forever to bo associated,
with Chribt, and Christianity.
Tlioso pictures will appeal to all who
love the Bible story of tho life of
Christ as many of tlie scones picture
places visited by tho Master himself.
These services are exceptionally well
attended, and all are made welcome.
At a meeting of the Dclphians,
held on Tuesday afternoon, the an
nual election of officers was held with
the following results:
President Mrs E. M. Egc.
Vice-President Mrs. W. II. Mc-Br!de.
Secretary Mrs. E. A. Creighton.
Treasurer Mrs. C. A. Schultz.
Mrs. F. J. Munday was elected a
delegate to attend the District Con
vention of the Woman's Club to be
held at Mindcn April 27th and 28th
and Mrs. W. A. Sherwood was named
After tho election of officers tho
interesting lesson on "Art Galleries
of Florence" was led by Mrs. J". W.
One of Each $2.75
While ihe present stock lasts I am offering
two bargains. A guaranteed watch with
unbreakable crystal - - - - $ 1 ,40
A guaranteed alarm clock - - $ 1 ,40
These are both special values at the prices.
Also a very few guaranteed eight day
alarm clocks at the right price.
We Make 'Quality' Right Then the PricelRight I
Red ctouj Jeweler and Optometrist Ncbrk
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. Wo do FRAME
BRICK and STUCCO work. Let us show you the differ
ence between good and inferior stucco.
Wc 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
Wednesday evening the members of
tho M, W. A. and Royal Noighbor
lodges and their friends enjoyed a
plonsant time in the Masonic hull.
Tho program consisted of Instrumental
music by Mrs. Epiieic, a short nddress
by D.n Garbor, recitations by Miss
Dueker, vocal solos by Mi&i Ruby Koou
and readiugs by Miss Q leo King. Tlie
cuteitaiumont was enjoyed very much
by those prcsont. At the oloso of tho
meeting im oyster supper was served,
Gun Club Holds First Shoot
Sunday morning, twontyone shooters
shot tlie program of twnntyilvo targets
at the club's first shoot in a hard south
wind which made the clays very hard
to hit. Tho club's president only
dropped two breaking 2.'! out of 25
which is shooting some for a new bo
giuuor under tlie conditions which the
tnrgots were flying
Tho next shoot will be held March
i!(ith at 2:30 sharp aud wo hope it will
be a day of gontle breezes. You can
look forsouiQ perfect scores.
Wo ask everyouu to shoot, don't misb
tho next one March 2Cth at 2:30" sharp.
Grace Church Services
3rd Sunday In Lent
.Sunday School at 10.,
Morning Service- with Service by Rev,
J. M. Bates nt 11.
No Evening Sei vice.
Wednesday Evening Service at S all
You- are welcome to all Services
Baptist Church Notes
Sunday School 10 a. in.
Morning Worship 11 n, in. The Past
or speaks on "The message of Hosoa."
Evening Worship 7."0 p. m. An il
lustrated sermon lecture on: "A Jour
ney through Palestine."
A now plate glass was installed in
the front of the Powell Oafo and also
one in V. A, Wullbramlt's store tho
last of tho week.
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.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floiance, President Red Cloud, Neb. S. R. Florancc, Casliier
Capital and Surplus ft3j,aao.oo
Vepotlti Qaarantttitbythe Dtpotltor Gwranty Funtt of th State ofXtbratka
Ave You Buying Dependable
That is The Kind We Sell
Mai tie - Gellatly Co.