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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JUNE 0. 1922
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Uncomfortable in Cut or Size?
Have a Large Line of Underwear in
Ladies Knit Unionsuits
in sizes 3G to 50.
Infants in cotton
Children's in all sizes from
2 to 14 years in nainsook
with the waist and place
for hose supporters.
Red Cloud, Nebraska
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A GOOD PLACE
Red Cloud Defeated Holstein
Sunday afternoon tho largest crowd
of tho buiiaon was present lit the ball
park to see tho top notehers, ot tho
Polly lenguo, Holstotn, go down to
tholr first defeat by the hands of
As tho cloolt struck three Umpire
Elinoro stepped out in front of tho
grnnd stand and announced "Ludlos
and Oontloinon tho battel lessor today
are Roedur, pitcher and Hagemtuin,
catcher for Iiolstein; Slaby, pitcher
and 1'lchlor, catcher for the bravos."
In the first inning tho bcufly llol
steins camo to bat and succeeded in
running' six runs across home plate on
three hits and several errors before
our boys settled down and then the
visitois were retired in tJie one, two,
In tho second inning Christy's Brav.
ea found Uoedor and befoie it was over
they ran in four scores, in the third
they secured four more. In the fourth
inning ltocder was relctvod.by Uhrist
enfaon, tho Hist basotniiu. and still the
boiubnidment kept up as the Braves
scoured two more, in tho fifth thoy Be
cured three and in the seventh, ono
In tho seonth tho Holstein boys
ran in two more and in the eighth it
looked liko Red Cloud's balloon hnd
blown up us tho visitors secured five
more scores boforo they were retired.
Red CJloud won the game by a score
of 11 to 13 thus giving tho visitors
their lirst tnsto of defeat.
"ThrrolIowFhgi8"the summary: Keel
Cloud securod 23 hits, made 8 errors,
Slaby struckout 10 and walked 1, Sut
ton secured 1 hits out of 5 times up to
bat and "Pink" secured a 3 bagger.
Holstein secured 17 hits, made 8 errors,
Roeder struck out 1, Chrlstenson Gnml
walked 3, Essingcr hit a home run hi
tho 8th inning.
Tho Braves have made a goodrocoid
tho past throe weeks and if they keep
it up no doubt they will secure tho
pennant. Our team goes to Holstein
Sunday and Lawrence comes hero the
Bring Us Your Produce
We Meet All Competition
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
A petition signed by C. W. Rcnkol
and 31 other legal voters and frec
holdeis of Inavalc piceinct was pre
sented to Board requesting thnt a
license bo granted to W. R. Burwcll
to conduct a Pool and Billiard Hall in,
the Village of Inavale.
On motion July 3rd at 12 o'clock p.
m. was the time set for a hearing on
this matter and County Clcik in
structed lo publish n notice of said
hearing as required by law.
On motion of Crowd 1 seconded by
Chaplin the County Clerk was in
st'uctcd to draw warrants on tho
State Highway Fund ns soon as al
lowed, by the County. Hoard. It be
ing not nccc3saiy to wa't the 10 days
as required on warrants drawn on
The following claims wcro audited
and al'owed and County Cle'l: in
srruotcd to draw warrants on the
The County Board of Commission
ers nut as per adjournment al 1
o'clock p. m., with all membcis pre
sent. The Bond of So'h F. Gieon as
Justice of Peace in Glenwood pre
cinct was approved by Board,
proper funds in payment of same:
Ncbr. Fceblc-Mindcd Inst.
American Disinfecting Co
Dr. J. W. Stockman
M. L. Finkenbindcr
W. L. Wocsnor
Wesley Throckmorton ..:.
D H. Kalcy
W. II. Roscncrans
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Red Cloud, Nebiaska
The Board of Education met In
regular session at the Commercial
Club rooms at 8 o'clock p. m. Mem
bers present Overing, Grimes, Wees
ncr and Perry. Members absent
Sherwood and Pope, Vice President
The minutes of meeting of May
22nd wereVead and approved.
Tho. following bills were allowed
and Secretary instructed to draw war
rants for same:
G. W. Trine
Webster Co. Argus
Johnson & Graham
Phone Ind. 3 on 90, Bell 174.
Residence, Bell 241
Mrs. Ed Amack
BOTH PHONES , RED CLOUD, NEB
L T. AMACK-PHONE IND. 32M
Malono & Gellatly Co.
Rev. S. Hardman
Cresent Paint & Mfg. Co.,
Tho secretary reported
County Treasurer on Juno
paid off $2,000 more of tho
on tho Lincoln School house.
No further business appearing the
i B. F. PERRY,
Mrs. Ira Wolfo
Dr. Robt. Mnitin
H. II. Fctty
A. F. Hcartwcll .....
A. B. Myers
D. L. Dailcy
L. P. Johnson
W. R. Wondorly
Foote & Davics
A. D. Ranncy
C. P. Conley ...-.
M. Kennedy -
Gillette Safety Razor
Only $1.00 Each
WE HAVE A NUMBER OF THE GENUINE GILLETTE
BROWNIE SHAVING SETS, CONSISTING OF ONE GENU
INE GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR AND 3 EXTRA BLADES,
IN IMITATION LEATHER CASES, AT ONLY $1.00 EACH.
FORMER LOWEST PRICE ON GILLETTE WAS $5.00.
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM
AND YOU WILL BUY ONE
E. H. Newhouse
Smith & McKimmey
E. W. Stevens
Malono & Gellatly Co.
Dr. Robt. Hoxsey
F. E. Maurer
P. H. Boner
Kee-Lox Mfg. Co.
Nat'l Wood Renovating Co. -.-.
H. S. Foo
Dr. C. Wegman
C. E. Vaughan
O. C. Tool
Grace Church Notes
Suuday School at 10.
Holy Communion at 11.
Evening Service at 8.
YOU aro wolcomo.
If your printedotnatter comes from
(mm? you know it is 'right'
Regular services every first and third
Sunday in the month in tho Adventist
church, corner Third and Walnut.
Coming Sunday, Jane 11, services
will be conduoted at 8 p. m., Sunday
School at 7 p. m. Tho pabllo is invited.
Mrs. Jno. Williamson
F. W. Endorf
Huffman Supply Co.
Web. County Argus ,
Dr. E. D. Lciby
H. R. Fausch
E. S. Garber
Red Cloud Cemetery Assn
John H. Crnry
Congregational Church Notes
Preaching by Rev. Ludwig Thomson
at 11 a, m.
Sunday School at 10 a. m
Farmers Union Assn R. C.
T. J. Chaplin
H. H. Crowcll
H. A. Stumpenhorst
C. A. Waldo
"Savo young man and becomo respect
able and respected. It's tho surest
THIS MAXIM from the mind of one of America's
greatest thinkers should strike homo with the young
men of Red Cloud and vicinity. Our most successful
business men have heeded it in their youth and arc happy
for having done so. They practiced thrift without personal
inconvenience and the dollars they thus saved proved the
foundation for their succsss.
If not already a depositor open an account today.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floinnce, Preiident Red Cloud, Nob. S. R. Flotance, Cashier
Capital and Surplus $j5,oob.oo
VtpotUt Quaranttetf by the DepotUort Qaai anty !' 'ami of the Stale of Xibrmka
For Those New Floors
Jl If -v
THE MALONE CELL ATLY CO.
(Cp.p.Unaed on page if bt)
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Routt County Lump
We sell for cash that's
why we sell cheaper.