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AS TOLD TO US
lluy UroHd at l'owcll and Pope's.
Eskimo Pio 10c at Powell's Cafe.
Worth Shipman spent Thursday in
G. W. Damon spent Monday in
Mrs. A. Holverson spent Mondry in
Mike Strobl is driving a now Studc
Next Tucsd .y the annual city elec
tion will be held.
Fred Temple f Kansas City was in
the city this wci'k.
Judge IJlacklcdgc went to Hastings
Jas MclJrido was down from Cow
les Monday afternoon.
Rev. i'"jt7.gorald was a passenger
to Superior Friday morning.
I. B. Wagoner was a passenger to
Wymoro Saturday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garbcr spent Sun
day with relatives at Superior.
Mrs. Albright of Omaha is visiting
relatives and friends in the city.
J. M. Hewitt was r. passenger 1o
Grand Island Wednesday morning
J. II. Ellinger returned home Tues
day evening. from Kansas City.
Floyd Christian was a passenger
to Guide Rock Thursday morning..
Two good places to cat,v at homo
and Powell's Cafe.
Ira Wolfe resumed work on the lip
track in the local yards Friday morn
ing. Harry Calc of Wymorc was in tho
city Monday attending to business
Wm. Linn, G. R. Beck and Art Gil
bert went to Omaha Monday to spend
a few days.
Mrs. Smiley of Hastings is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. F. R. Hughe?
Howard Kaley and Bernard Burden
attended the dance at Smith Center
Miss Edna Wallace went to Lin
coln Saturday morning to spend a few
days with her parents.
Mrs. Jones of Binhamton, New
York is in the city visiting, Mrs. B.
W. Stewart and family.
Mrs. George Hincs of Wymorc ar
rived hero Saturday to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ailcs.
Mr. uid M-s. Meredith Butler of
Hastings spent Sunday here with hia
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Butler.
Will McPherson and children have
moved into the Wm. Foster residence
recently vacated by Sara Heaton,
Mrs. Robert M-Cullum and baby of
Blue Hill nro hens vis!t:nr ' t the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McOultam.
Mr. and Mrs. John Edwards and
children of River on sp rt SunJay
afternoon with friends in this city.
W. G. Hamilton has removed tho
balcony in the rear of his Btoro and
has rearranged his goods somewhat.
Geo. Mntkin of Inavnlo was in the
city Monday. Ho informed us that
he is go'ng to Excelsior Springs,
Missouri to spend a couple of weeks.
Elmer rK. Simons of Cowles was in
tho c!tv Monday and filed for tho
nominat'on of county clerk on tho
republican ticket. He has been a
resident of this county since 1879 and
for many years had been engaged in
farming but the past few years ho
as been living in Cowles.
AU .wan-Urn farm loans mil and see
:"V."i'Arj -.. -. i J' H.-PAILBY.
"if tin Ml ITC AT HOME rvwrr von
1IIU I UkHd to TELL 'EM ALL ABOUT
"OMAHA'S FUN C0rF7Zi VISIT
cemtre," the toarar it
StiieAltYOyl Pltlcilwilh Pretty Glrli,l'innyC!tir.s
Gorjeoiu liquidate, llrilllaiit Sccnlo Hnvlronment.
MATINEE DAiLY,2:lSj EVNGS. 8:30
EvnuvnouY oocat agk anydody
Always ilia oiggit and Uost Show We it ol Chicago
Now Wall Paper at Cottlng's.
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F. A. Mocdo was a passenger to
Dluo Hill- Thursday morning after
spending a few days with relatives
Mrs Clark Crow of Republican City
arrived in the city Monday to visit
her parents, Mr. and Mra. Harry
William McBride who is attending
the state university' nt Lincoln, is vis
iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robt
Millard Ailcs who is attending
college nt Lincoln arrived home Sat
urday evening to visit his, parents
Mrs. Roy -Cramer returned home
Friday morning from Republican City
whore she had been visiting relatives
and friends .
. Chas. Smith has purchased tho
Davis property in the west part of
town and Mr. Davis has moved back
to Smith Center.
Mrs. Frank Swartsfigcr of Omaha
went to Ayr Monday morning after
spending a few days here with her
mother, Mrs. Mourcs.
Frank Dclahoy of Blue Hill was in
tho city Friday and while here filed
for the nomination of county clerk on
tho Republican ticket.
The Ladies of tho South Division of
the M. E. church will hold iTmnrket at
Turnuro's ntore Saturday, April 1st.
Rev. A. A. Crcssman returned to
his homo at Crete Tuesday after be
ing called hero to conduct the funer
al services of Mrs. Ramey.
Mrs. Schultz of McCook arrived in
tho city Friday morning she being
called hero on account of the serious
illness of her son, Gus Schultz.
Mrs. W. A. Wcstcott rcturncd'to her
homo at Alma Friday evening after
spending a few days at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. 0. S. Glcason.
Try a bar of Eskimo pio at Powell's
Mrs. Wagoner returned to her
homo at McCook Tuesday morninj
after, spending a few days with her
daughter, Mrs. Gus Schultz and fam
ily. Attorney B. W. Stewart returned
home the last of the week from North
Platte where he spent a few days at
tending to some legal business mat
ters. Miss Mildred Polnicky who Js at
tending the state university :.t 17 n
cdn arrived here Saturday evening
to visit her brother, Emil Polnicky
Mrs. Bernard McNcny and daugh
ter, Helen and Thomas and Virginia
Auld returned home Sunday morn
ing after spending a few days
Mrs. George Trine returned home
'the last of tho week from Lincoln
where she had been visiting her
daughter, Miss Vorna who is attend
ing tho ststa university.
Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Quiglcy re
turned to their home at Council
Bluffs, Iowa Tuesday ovoning after
being called hero by tho sickness and
death of Mr. Moatgomery.
Ce-il CrowcU who is attending tho
state agricultural college at Lincoln
ai ived here Saturday evening to
rtfciid a few day3 with his parent?,
Mr. and Mrs. H. H, CrowcU.
One hundred and seventy-four cars
ff stock including that loaded here
wont through Sunday morning enrouto
to the Missouri River markets. They
were handled in three trains.
Miss Alta Coon returned to her
school work at Hastings Friday morn
ing after a short visit hero with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cwn
and her sister, Mrs. Carl Romjue.
My property inoludlng C room houso
and 3 lots. Prioed for Immediate sale.
B. R. Frazler.
) ' Parts Supplies
. Fairburv Radio Co.
21G 4th St. Phone 251 4
Chi.Namells the beat varniuU floor
and furniture. Sold by Cottlng(j
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Farlow return
ed to their home at Council Bluffs,
Iowa Friday morning, they bemg
called hero several drys ago by the
sickness and death of Mr. Montgom
ery. Hobert Blacklcdge, who is attend
ing tho state university nt Lincoln,
arrived in tho city Saturday evening
to spend a few days with his father,
Judge Blacklcdge and his sister, Mrs.
Floyd Turnurc and family.
Speaking of opportunities nt hand.
Only 11202 of the :i,i:iri,GJ)t) swlno on
Nebraska farms are puro bred, or .'I.!I
percent. Clmnco for 00 per cent ex
pansion in puro bred HwinobustucsH in
NcbrnskH, according to Unelo Sam's
Tho following shinned stock from
here Sunday morning, Yost & Robert
son orfc env of cattle to Kansas City,
Dclanoy Bros., one car of hogs to
Kansas City. A. B. Crabill two cars
of hogs to Kansas C.ty and Yost &
Robertson one car of cattl" to St. Jcc.
At a meeting of the Mnsonic lodge
Tuesday evening the Master Mason
degree was conferred on two candi
dates, Clare Pope and Hobert Black
lcdge. II. S. Foe conferred the work
on the former while Judge Blacklcdge
conferred the degree on his son. About
ninety were there and several visit
ing members from Lebanon, Rivcrton,
Cowles and Guide Rock were present.
At tho close of lodge a lunch was
Monday evening the members of the
American Legion and scvera.'of their
friends enjoyed a banquet at tne
Powell Cafe. After the "cats" Com
mander R. S, Martin called on Bort
Hatfield and Jim McBride who made
short talks. Mr. Acres, of Superior,
a member of the L"gion was present
and made a very able talk about this
organization and also stated 'that the
Stntv. Department is making arrange
ments to charter a boat, for the mem
bers to sail on to attend tho National
Convention at New Orleans this fall.
Wo, The Delegates Assembled, nt
Bladen, Nebraska, March 2lst. J922, In
quarterly meeting of the Webster
County Union, do lienrtly endorse the
worlts and policies of our Presidont
and Board of Directors of the Farmers
Union of tho Stnto of Nebraska Wu
also pledge our loyulty to the State
Exchange and hereby express oup'enn.
(ldenco in the manngement. and; tin
amionsly condeui the notion of .some of
our fortnor employees, who are now,
conducting u competitive biihlness We
also heartly endoiu nil other enter
prises controlled and operated by the
Signed, C. W. Cowley,
I B. Wsgoner.
Baptist Church Notes
Sunday Selmol 10 h. id.
MnrnitiK Worship 11 ti. m Sermon
by the Pitt-tor
Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. An il
lustrated sermon lecture on "Heuntifitl
Card of Thanks
Wh wish in this uinnui-r to express
our tliiuilcs to the -infers mid to ul
those wliu contributed floweis mid
assiHted iih in our renfiit bernnvt-ment
Mrs. I,, II. ft iw
C. II. Rust
.Mrs. W. M.CrHbill
Mrs. L. M. CrHblll
Neither pounding heeU aor piping hot
water will affect Channel on floon,
furniture or other woodwork. Re
markably brilliant becauie of the water
proof self-leveling Chinete Oil incorpo
rated by our secret process, Chi-Namel
finishes for hard or soft, old or new
wood are also the most economical
because they corer one-third more
surface than most other finished.
, VISIT THE NEAREST '
(ilirar the rorcMDUUV Men ta Its totality)
tad letrn of the' nunjr CU-Nuod fiolibci lot
cvcnrthlnt In.the horn end Ue im with which
rou ua appljr the tclMmlliig Chlneie Oil
finUhtt without Upt or bnih mult. It will be
S minuwi well ipcat.
THE OHIO VARNI8H CO., OLEVCLAND, O.
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RED CLOUD - NEBR
Djes After Operation
,v Mra. John Unrdwlok, residing south
of Iimvale, passed nwny at 11 o'clock
Tuesday night after undergoing an
operation tit the Mary Lnnnlng hospt
tal nt Hustings. Her remnins wore
brought to tho Amuck Mortuary Wed
nesday evouiug. Tho funeral services
will bo held Friday afternoon nt 2
o'ulook nt the Innvnlo Methodist church
nud interment will be mndo in tho Red
Cloud cemetery. Tho bereaved litis
bund has tho sincere nvmnathv of the.
Shorthorn Cattle Sale
Tlio Harlan County Kliortlioru Club
will sell at AIiiiii, Nebraska at Sale
ruvllllon on Fair Urounds
Wednesday, April 0,11)21!
'.'0 good thtelc bulls also ISO oows and
heifors, many with calves ut foot.
These Cattlo have all beon selected
by A. C. Sballcnborgcr, the manager,
and tiro tho hind to improve the herd
they go to.
Now In tho time to get rid of your
scrub bulls and breeding cows Good
purebred bulls can be had at a price
Unit will Insure them to uiiiUe money
for their owners. Tho cattle are con
ti Hinted by the leading tiliotlliotti
breeders ill tliu Republican Valley and
this sale offers a great opportunity to
farmers to buy good cattle at reason,
able prices. Tho cuttle are blreil by
such noted bulls as Villnge King, Viti
ligo Mason, Idlowild Hex, Imported
Strownn Advance Guard, ANhbourne
Clipper, llaron Crown and other fam
ous sires, Tho week of this sale will
bo tho greatest week of Shorthorn
salos in Nebraska this your. Over '200
bead of high class cattlo nro helling In
live sales in Harlan and adjotulng
counties. Catalogs now ready Ad
dress A. C Slmlleubergcr, Alma, Nebr.
MADONNA WITH SILVER HALO
Remarkable Picture Among Othei
Flno Specimens In Historic Greek
Church at Sitka, Alaska.
Way up In Sitka, Alaska, that do
Illditful old placo of Uusslan memo
ries where the thermometer seldom
goes below zero in winter, there Is an
old Greek church which la famous nil
along the Taclllc const. Dating front
tho days of Ilaranoff, It has stood
through many storms and vicissitudes,
and was for yenra tho chief see In
the Itusslnn-Ureck church of western
Thcro arc several unlquo paintings
in this church which wera brought
over from ltussla in tho early yenra,
and everyone who Is fortunnto enough
to go to Alaska comes away from this
dingy, faded, green-colored church with
enthusiasm over the examples of flno
art that decorate the chancel and al
tar. Chief among these paintings Is
ono of the so-called Sitka Madonna.
'The peculiar feature about those
paintings, which Is said to bo em
ployed nowhere el.so In tho world, Is
the use of beaten Kllvcr for halos and
accessories'. The metnl Is laid on such
a hinnner that It is almost Impossible
to separate It from the rest of the
painting, nnd It produces a rich effect
.that pigments cannot attain. The pic
ture of the Madonna and Child has
voluminous drapery of this beaten sil
ver, and the fame of Its beauty Is well
understood along the I'nclfie const.
The Ascension, over the bronzo
doors to the holy of holy screen, la
a gem of Ilyzuntlnc art, nnd the Jew
eled helmets and hnlos In the pnlnttnga
of the saints show the wonderful ver
satility of the old-time Russian artists.
Massive candlesticks, Jeweled crowns,
nnd robes of cloth of gold nrc In this
historic church a reminder of histor
ic Alpoku and tho time when stern
Earnnoft nnd his Iron-hearted followers
held full sway.
In the construction of the Tieton
dam of the Yakima project In Wash
ington the United States reclamation
service will have added another note
worthy achievement to Us already
long list. The dam Itself will be one
of the largest earth dams In the Unit
ed States, having a visible height of
230 feet nnd a length along the crest
of 000 feet, with a top width of twenty-five
A heavy concrete corownll will ex
tend'through tho full length of the dam
and from Its crest Into tho bedrock.
Tho excnvatlon for nnd placing of tho
corownll Is ono or the features of tho
work. The following method Is being
used: Three shufts are being sunk
from tho surface of the ground Into
the bedrock. Drifts six feet high and
five feet wide aro then driven In both
directions along the line of tho core
wall. After tho lower drive Is com
pleted, a second drift Is driven Imme
diately above It. The material from
tlila second drift Is broken down Into
mine cars placed In the lower drift,
and from thcro Is taken to the shaft
and hoisted to the surface. After the
two drifts are completed the lower
,drlft Is filled with concrete from cars
'running In the second drift. A third
drift Immediately above tho second
drift is then driven, and the process
la ' repeated until the surface is
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
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To Vote a SlralUht Party Ticket
Make a Cross Within Your Party
For Member of School' Hoard for School District Red Cloud City.
Vote FdrTwo (full Torm)
I I E. L. GRIMES Citizens-Independent
I CARRIE SHERWOOD Citizens
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mako a cross within your
vote for one For Mayor
MARY PETERSON OitizGiiB-Indepoiidnnt
Vote for one For Clerk
I I O. C. TEEL Citizens
CLARISSA MAYNAKD Independent
Vote for one For Treasurer
r S. R. ELORANCE .Citizens Independent
voto for one For Councilman First Ward
A. II. HOFFMAN Citizens Independent
vote for one For Councilman Second Ward
C. M. Sll M It WOOD Citizens
' I. T. AM AGK .Independent
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