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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. AUGUST 17, 1922
I-'Aini Hl'llKAl' KOTKS
(l!y County Afcnl, Henry 15. rausch)
Holstein Defeats Red Cloud
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Because of the Deitor now
enclosed with your Buttcrick
."Pattern, the gowns you make
assume the very spirit of
You actually achieve the
lines of the original creation.
Butterick Patterns are the
foremost styles of America.
! provided f.ir this
THE R. P. WEESNER CO.
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lieul at Hliulen, AuUht 'i-- to 25th.
j S...:ic of the rpc-cii. foiUurw nro Des-
I'uios Colored band of Or.-.a'ia and n
m;. o ni:r.-.etto will firrlMi music
e,:ry day and night. Goixlan's Fire
Works, Wednesday and Thursday
niRhts. Ball kics every d.ty.
Live Stock Judging We Inesday and
Thursday. The judges are George
Davis, St. Paul and K. C. Touts, West
Point. They will give cprn reasons
for thei plac'ngs junking it instruc
tive. The IIom- Economics r.nd Educa
tional exhibits wiil ho judrrod by Jnss
The WYbMfi" Co-ty Hereford Brced-er-i'
Ar-oelathn nnd t'-o Amerlcnn
II. rofo d Brrdc.s' Associut;on eo-op-e-atintr
with -he Fair Asc'ation are
offering SinO.OO in s))ecia' prizes on
Hereford cattle. This ought to make
a real Hereford show.
Live Stock parade Fridiy. Admis
sion to Fair is lowered to 50 cents.
Children under 12 years year, over 25
cents. Pl&n to see the Fair.
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HARVEST TIME'Ts always a busy time for tke;:'
housewife and one does--not -get ti.me to wash1'
when needed have gone through "j the stock and'
noted a few of the articles most needed.
Linen colored crash, good grade tOe
White cotton crash, good grade 10c
All linen crash 30c
Ready-made bath towels. 18x38 26c
Large size, 21x42 hemmed ends, good
Come in and let us show you these and you
will sure buy.
All summer weight dress goods in Voile, Dimity, Batiste,
Tissues, Silk Tissues, Organdies, al
20 Per Cent Off Regular Price
to clean them up.
AGENTS "Ladies Home Journal Patterns"
Warner Brothers' Corsets,
COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES
(By County Superintendent)
For Those New Floors
Teachers' Institute this year wfll
be August $U, 30. We anLltfpttc j- -
to nave a verv oracicaiiaeun
H .:f lrrt'J iriib mf
at apmmmer school -this yeathe found
mmc.veiy apicouiu mvrK uziiik funi
by a Miss Earna'rt and' advised, getting;
her to give sqmething of the s&mo
order here,. Iwas unable to do this
but I have prevailed upon Mr. Golwick
to bring as much of this to us as he
can within three short days. He will
come back from summer school full of
his subject and anxious to share his
advantages with us.
Mr. Eastham of Harvard Consoli
dated Schools will give a series of
lectures and round table conferences
that will be very, helpful.
Mrs. Greves Truax of Sioux Falls,
South Dakota, b one of the best in
structors in the country along the line
of methods, courses of study and so
forth. We have had to speak two
years ahead to get her and sho is well
worth the extra trouble.
There will bo other good things, as
many as wo can pack within the short
time allotcd to Teachers' Institute,
such as talks, lectures from the De
partment of Health and so forth. Pro
grams will he sent out soon.
The Bladen papers lost by the ex
press company were found by the rail
road. I advised that these cxamina
t;ons bo taken over at the very next
examination for fear that they mis'-.t
not lo found. Xow that the oxami-v.
tions have been taken over, the num
bo s have been used up so that some of
the teaclu'rs will have to buy new
numbe.s if they wish thece lost grades
In case thoy do not want them It is
The eighth grade promotion certifi
cates and the high school admission
certificates arc being sent out this
week. Thoy are being tent out late
on account of sending them to Grand
Island to have tho names wiittcn in,
then too, if they arc sent early many
of the students misplace their high
school certificates and I cannot dup
licate them without extra expense.
By sending both at the same time tho
i Sunday afternoon tho bu!,u bull funs ;
of tbis community witnessed the best
g:inie of tho soivbon on tlm lociil di:i.
moud at which time Ilolstetu played
the homo teiun. The game wont uloven
innings and was won by tho visitors
by n score of 7 to 5 The visitors were
ablu lo hit tho ball at critical times
and thus won the game. I Cot.li tenuis
pluyed an excellent gutno. The striko
outs for both sides were even, ten each.
Sluby, Collins mid l'iuhlor wero the
battery for lied Cloud while Gaston
and Hagemaini wore the battery for
tho visitors. Bed Cloud and Holstein
are tied for llrst plaeo in tho league,
Farmers Institute Committees
The Board of Directors, of the Farm
ers Institute held a meeting last Tliur.
lny at wliieh time the following sup.
erintendi-nts of the various depart
ments wero appointed:
Horses Ualph Hunter, of Iimvale.
Uftttlo C. B. Steward.
Hogs George Amuck and Clarence
Poultry Dan'l Garber.
Farm Products Qeo. HciYelbowcr.
A committee consisting of the presi
dent, treasurer and secretary wore ap
pointed to select members of the other
committees. Another meeting will be
held Monday, August '28th; -at which
time the committee ara to report.-
A Few of Our
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.'-John H. Kellogjfr orie'dt the old, set
.(lac of this .community, "paWed. away
at his hqme porthwest of thitf ttli last
Friday morning; after an illqesa ojt two
years duration. The deceased1 was
born in Ohio on May 23, 1854, came to
"Nebraska In 1870, and settled in this
community where he has resided ever
A wife, three children, J. H. Jr., and
Miss Florence, of this city, Charles E.
of Athens, Georgia, and a brother, Ed,
of this city, are left to mourn his de
mise. The funeral services were held
at the home Sunday afternoon, Rev.
Thompsen of Franklin, in charge. The
I. O. O. F. lodge, of which he was a
member, conduotcd the la9t serrlces at
Two Killed in Auto Accident
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Peanut Butter in Pails 1 5 and 25c
Large can Pork and Beans,
2 lbs., 4 oz. - 25c
Oil Sardines - 05c
Mustard Sardines, 2 cans 25c
Sardines in Tomato Sauce 1 5c
3 lbs. Steel Cut Coffee 1 .00
Large can Sweet Potatoes 1 5 c
Velvet 2 cans for - 25c
Prince Albert 2 cans for 25c
Camel Cigarettes - - 1 5c
Swans Down Cake Flour 35c
2-2 5c cans Baking Powder 30c
Toilet Soap - - 05c
in aid look at our P and jQiLCans
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THE MALONE-GELLATLY CO.
poitago !s half of what it would be
Because certificates when they nin
out requiro college hours to renew
thorn and because it cancels all of
tho numbers after a certificate is
made out so that thoy arc no longer
available, I shall not make out any
certificates before I am asked to. If
you have not obtained a position you
should net have you- cartlficatq made
out. . '
The people of this city were surprised
and shooked when word came early
Wednesday morning that an automo.
bile accident had occurred near the
county line, one mile north of Blue
Hill, in which two young women, Miss
Anna Hotchkhs and her sister, Mrs.
Adeline Perkins, of this place were
killed, and Hubert Spcnco of Hastings
is in a hospital seriously injured, and
Lawrenco Thiodo of Prossor, Ruby
Tovorlmugh and Ernest Wlokors of
Hustings, wero suffering from slight
ontH mid In i. it-ps.
The tragedy occurred after an evening
spent at thf Adams county fair by the
party of six. i'ho auto was driven by
Krnest Wlekeis, of Hastings, and plun
ged over an embankment on a sudden
turn in tho N'obraska Federal road a
bhort distance north of Blue Hill. The
rond at this point makes a jog to tho
west for about twenty rods and then
continues n rth. This zigzag is at
the bottom of a hill and is not notice
able until one is near tho turn.
The bodies of the unfortunate young
women wero taken to the undertaking
parlor in Blue Bill whero they woro
prepared for burial and will bo brought
here whero. funeral services will le
The tondeiest of sympathy from the
peoplo of this community goes out to
tho mother and other relative in this,
their doubly hour of sorrow.
Grace Church Notes
Tenth Sunday After Trinity
Sunday School at 10 a. in.
Morning Sorvlco with sermon by Hot.
J. M. Bates at 11 a. m.
Union eronlng service on QongreRa
tloinl church lawn. i.
A GENUINE COW HIDE LEATHER BELT WITH SILVER NICKEL
INITIAL BUCKEL AT $1.00 OTHER BELTS AND BUCKLES UP TO
$7.50. WASHABLE WHITE LEATHER BELTS $1.00. A FULL LINE
OF "KUM-A-PART" CUFF BUTTONS, (A SNAP TO BUTTON 50c
$1.00 AND $1.50.
RITE-RITE THE NEW MECHANICAL PENCIL, EACH 10c. EXTRA
LEADS 15c PER DOZEN. LEADS FIT PAL, EVERSHARP, AUTO.
HOL-TITE SOFT COLLAR FASTENERS 50c.
E. H. Newhouse
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Webster County Fair at Bladen Aug. 23-24-25