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B VOLUME 50 .' RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, JULY G, 1922 , NUMBER 27.
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Have a Large Line of Underwear in
Ladies Knit Unionsuits
t in sizes 361 to 50.
Infants in cotton or wool
Children's in all sizes from
2 to 14 years in nainsook
with the waist and place
-for hose supporters.
Tito preliminary houriiifc of Tlios.
Klllouli, who was arrested on ' two
counts iiintiHliiutflitcr itml the illoaal
.sail' uf liquor, was held this mornliigf
before Judge I.itmiey and hu was
bound over to the next term of distinct
court court, In- furniMiel bond. It lb
alleged that Mr. Klllough sold liquor
to'lloy Bobbins whlchctmacd his death.
June Weather Report
Temperature: Menu 70 dog., nmxi.
mum 102 deg. on 'I'M, minimum 41 cleg,
Precipitation 0 01 Inches.
Number of days Clear 21, partly
cloudy 5, cloudy 1. Dates of hall light
18th. Thunderstorms 18, 27, 28, 30th.
Prevailing wind Direction South 8
days. Rainfall since Jan. 1, 0 01 inches.
Chris. S. Ludlow, Observer.
Red Cloud Wins Two. Games
Ked Cioud, Nib".,
July 3, 1922.
, The County Uotml of Commission
er n.ct us per adjournment at 10:il()
."m.. v. ith nil members pre cut.
The (ollowinjr claim wyio ,iw1ili.d
and n' uvccl and County Clerk m-
Article 1 to dow warrant on tho
prop' fund j in payment of same:
H. G. Fein.
Commissioner D'st. No. 1 . . .
CD. Barry L ......
Arch Harris ..... -
R B. Lcggctt
Dr, E. D. Loiby
Red Cloud Chief .T
E. V. Stevens
R. B. Leggctt
R. P, Wccsncr .
iimw wnm i m iiwHiM mum imii
Geo. II. Overing
Frank Huff or
J. P. Grant
Red Cloud, Nebraska
AGENTS "Ladies Home Journal Patterns"
"Warner Brothers Corsets"
Mrs. E. J. Emerton
G. D. Barry
E. J. Cox
J.ff. Beal .,
S Shlpman .2
Nark Twain's Masterpiece
"A Connecticut Yankee At
King Arthur's Court."
In the greatest picture ever offered mankind
for his edification and amusement. ' - '- -9
reels showing in cities for 75c to $1.50
?ho BESSE AUDITORIUM c?
Tue. July 11, Wed. July 12, Thur. July 13
PRICES: - 40c & tax; - 20c & tax.
Don't forget the dates! - LET'S GO!
Tho Red Cloud ball team went to
Tllnrlnn .Qnrwlnvr nfntnnrtrt tt1min tlim
increased their batting average and 5InK Tc!' Co "
plso their percentage in the Po'lv
League. Collins was on the mound
for our team and he pitched a good
game. Ken Uloud won by a score of
Tuesday afternoon the local team
went to Senter's Park where they
played the Franklin team. Red 'Cloud
won by a score of G to 4. Slaby
struck out fourteen while his opponent
Houtz struck out three. About all
the players on our team secured two
I base hits and they also pulled off a
couple of double plays. Bladen comes
hero next Sunday afternoon for a
The following is the present stand
ing of the Polly League team:
A GEXU1XK COW imK Lr.A'l'Hl-.U'nKLT WITH .SILVER NICKEL
INITIAL ULCKEL AT $1.0l OTHKU BELTS AND BUCKLES UP TO
$7.50. WASHABLE WHITE LEATHER BELTS $1.00. A FULL LINE
OF "KUM-A-PAUT" CUFF BUTTONS, (A SNAP TO BUTTON bOc
$1.00 AND $i.ro.
M. B. Corner
W. E. Bean
W. E. Patterson -
C. E. Vaughan
J. W Mclntyrc .
R. H. Allen
RITE-RITE THE NEW MECHANICAL PENCIL, EACH, 10c. EXTRA
LEADS 15c PER DOZEN. DEADS FIT PAL, EVERSHARP, AUTO
IIOL-TITE SOFT COLLAR FASTENERS 50c.
E. H. Newhouse
Phone.lnd. 3 on 90, Belli 74. ,
Residence, Bell 241
Mrs. Ed Amack
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB
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FARM BUREAU NOTES
(By County Agent, Henry R. Fausch.)
Tho Dairy Judging Contest was
held out to Starke Brothers Holstein
farm. M. W. Lauritson, Extension
Dairy Specialist of Lincoln was in
charge. Seven members of the Dairy
Calf Club took paiV for a place on
the Dairy Team to represent Webster
county at the Nebraska State Fair.
Following is the score of the con
testants: Lorimcr Edson 250 out of
a possible 300, Wm. Arndt 235, Robert
Overing 225, Oscar Ramey 215, Al
bert Vance 210, Paul Anu't 205, Paul
Members of tho Live Stock team
took the work for the practice and
made the following score. Cecil
Means 265, .Oscar Lea 220, Spencer
Vanco 220 and Eugene White 205.
WOMEN'S CLUB ORGANZIED
Tho farm women west of Red Cloud
met at tho homo of Mrs. W. IT. Thomas
and organized tho Red Cloud Com
munity Club. The following officers
were elected: Mrs. II. E. Thomas,
president; Mrs. Luther Crabill, vice
president; 'Mrs. Laird Potter, secre
tary; Mrs. George Coon, treasurer.
Tho Club has a membership of 14
members and a drive is on for more.
On Friday, Juno 23rd they mot at
tho homo of Mrs. Geo. Coon and tho
program was "Homo Laundry" with
Mrs Laird Potter as leader.
The next meeting will bo Friday,
July 21st at tho homo of Mrs. Max
Mizor. Program, "What tho Women
in tho Home Should Know of Business
Affnirs." Mrs. H. E. Thomas, leader.
T. J. Chaplin
Grant Shidler .
H. H Crowel
C. A. Waldo 1
H. A. Sbumpenhorst
At 2 o'clock p. m., the time set for
a hearing on the petition of W. K.
Burwell for license to conduct a Pool
and Billiard hall in the Village of
Inavale said matter was taken up
and discussed by the Board. The
Board being satisfied that his peti
tion was signed by the proper number
of legal voters and freeholders of
Inavale Precinct and there being no
objections or remonstrances on file a
motion was made by Shidler seconded
by Stumpenhorst, that the said peti
tion be granted and County Clerk in
structed to issue W. R. Burwell a
new license for one year after his
paying to tho County Teasurer the
proper license lee. motion camcu.
Tho report of Geo. Anthes, State
Examiner which was filed in the of
fice of the County Clerk on June 29,
1922, was placed before tho Board
showinsr an audit of tho County
Treasurer's office from Nov. 17th to
Dec. Sjl, 1921, also from Jan. 1st to
May 31st, 1922 and that all, receipts
and disbursements were properly ac
counted for. On motion tho report
was accepted and County Clerk in
structed to mako a notation of same
In tho Commissioners proceedings t.s
required by law.
No further businos3 appearing tho
Board adjourned to Aug, 1, 1922.
B. F. PERRY, County Clerk
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THIS MAXIM from the mind of one of .America's
greatest thinkers should strike home with the young
men pi Red Cloud and vicinity, Ojp most successful
business men have heeded it in their youth and are happy
f or having done so. They practiced thrift without personal
inconvenience and the dollars they thus saved proved the
foundation for their succsss.
If not mtrnady a dapoultor opmn mn account today,
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Flounce, President Had Cloud, Nab. S. R. Florence, Cutler
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
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Grace Church Notes
4th Sunday after Trinity
Sunday School at 10.
Morning Sarvlca at 1.1,'
Union Evening Sarrioa outside Con
gregational ouarotrat 8.
Bert and Walter Anderson spent
Tuesday in Alma.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Caldwell and
children have returned home from
Kansas City whero they have been vis.
A. B qhibill shipped one carof
hoirs to tfaflTmnrket at St. Joa&ueV
day morrilng and" J. C. Burgffiffirp
cars 01 came w nansas uiw:ai
isurgvaa went 10 '&wiu vuy,
I charge of his stock.
Protect Your Horses and Cows
We Sell Only The Best The Market Affords ,
' Dr. Hess' FLY-CHASER
These have all been tested by our customers and found
CHAS. L. COTTING
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