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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, SEPTEMBER 20, 1922
Wears Longer'" Looks Better
THAT is the Holeproof
story in a nutshell. And
when this desirable com
bination in hosiery is offer
ed at very reasonable prices
you can easily understand
why Holeproof is popular
in all walks of life. Hole
proof comes in a wide va
riety of regular and fancy
styles in silk, silk f aced.and
lusterized lisle. Made for
women and children, too
Agent: Warner Bros. Corsets Home Journal Patterns,
WILL HAVE THEIR CHILDREN'S EYES EXAMINED AND TESTED
BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS. BY SO DOING THEY KNOW THE
CHILDREN BEGIN THE SCHOOL YEAR PROPERLY PREPARED TO
MAKE THE BEST USE OP THEIR SCHOOL HOURS. BRING THE
CHILDREN IN BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS. WE MAKE NO
CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION AND PIT NO GLASSES UNLESS
FOUNTAIN PENS WITH CLIP $1.50
BLOTTERS FREE ASK FOR THEM
"RITE-RITE"-MECHANICAL PENCILS 10c
LEADS FOR AUTOPOINT, EVERSHARP AND OTHER PENCILS
10c PER DOZEN
Pocket Ben Watches $1.50
Glo Ben Watches $2.50
Alarm Clocks $1.25 to $4.75
E. H. Newhouse
The last car of the season was in to-day.
We have only a small amouni of these left.
If you want peaches phone your order now
Red Cloud. Nebraska.
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YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE
RED CLOUD FAIR J STOCK SHOW
OCTOBER 3 TO 6 INCLUSIVE-This Year 1922
Everything Free Except the Tuesday Evening Program. A Big Stock
Show, A Big Crowd, A Good Time. Be Sure to Come.
The Following is the Program:
TUESDAY ENTRY DAY
CHERRY BLOSSOMS OPERETTA BY HIGH SCHOOL
HIGH SCHOOL JUDGING CONTEST
JUDGING POLAND CHINA PIGS
JUDGING FARM PRODUCTS
JUDGING HOME ECONOMICS
JUDGING DUROC JERSEY PIGS
BASE BALL INAVALE vs GUIDE ROCK
PIG SHOWING CONTEST
QUARTETTE MESDAMES BUSH and GELLATLY, MESSRS.
BUSH and THOMAS
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE ON POULTRY AND DAIRY
VIOLIN DUET MESSRS. IIARDMAN nnd BETZ
SOLO MRS. GELLATLY
VIOLIN SOLO REV. HARDMAN
JUDGING OALF CLUB CALVES
CALF SHOWING CONTEST
LIVE STOCK PARADE
BASE BALL GUIDE ROCK vs INAVALE
SENIOR HIGH SC'M)OL ORCHESTRA
ILLUSTRATED LECTURE DOWN THE NIOBRARA
ADDRESS HON. A. Cv SHALLENBERGER
CIVIC AND SCHOOL PARADE
FOOT BALL GAME BLUE HILL vs RED CLOUD
Livestock Judge will bo W. W. Derrick of Lincoln. Mr. Derrick is from
the Animal Husbandry Department of the College of Agriculture.
Miss Florance Atwood, Extension Specialist of Lincoln will be judge of
the Home Economics Department. Miss Atwood judged this department two
years ago and gave very satisfactory decisions.
Charles Comman of Lincoln who is one of the best judges in the United
States will judge the Poultry. C0 on feathers and 50 on laying capacity.
Geo. Davis of St. Paul will judge Farm Products. He is one of the best
Farm Products judges in the State.
The Ladies' Department Exhibit will be held in the Peterson
building. Poultry and'Farm Products at the Farmers' Union,
and the Live Stock in the Sale Pavilion.
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WEBSTER COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
E. J. OVERING, Jr., Pres.
HENRY GILIIAM, Scc'y
Oliver Powell Sells Cafe
Oliver Powell, who has conducted ft
Cafo in this city for the past fivo years,
sold the same Monday to C. (J. Howe,
of Smith Center, who has taken poh
hcssIou of the fcft'ne. c welcome Mr.
llowo to our business circle and wish
Married at Hastings
SUnser J. Aiunulc ami MUs Minnie
Elva Ueoigo wont to Hustings, Wednes
day, where they weio united In mar
rlago by llov. Hachner, pastor of the
The bride is a daughter of Mrs. M, J.
George of thin city. She taught sever
al terms of 6ohool in Kansas and Is a
charming young lady of many accom
plishments. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Qeorgo A mack residing southeast of
this city. Ho is a graduate of the Red
Cloud High Sohool and has been farm
Ing with his father. The young couple
will make their home on his farm at
Spoke Here Wednesday
Wednesday afternoon the llrst poll
tlclal speaking for the fall election was
held by the Democrats in this olty at
which time a largo number of men and
women were present. Cualrmau l J.
Munday after making a few timely re
mai Us introduced lion, A. C, Shallen
bergcr, candidate for congress, who
made a good speech, he dwelt on the
present unjust and high taxation in
this state and other Issues and closed
by stating that If cloctod ho would
make a fiKht for lowor freight nnd psr-
IpiiRcriateh Senator O M. Illtolieock
then t )0l; llio 11 ior i n I discussed luo
tut iir law and cumnoy t)htm uu 1
c'o ed by ftat i)i.' that ho was U 4iir,
ri pealing l' " YolsUnd Act.
The Long Distance Telephone
is a mighty aid in the modern day conduct of business,
social and family affairs. The business man is in constant
touch with his market by Long Distance Telephone,
ready to buy or sell at the most favorable opportunity,
distance is eliminated in the social life of far commu
nities, and the absent member of the family is enabled
to keep in constant touch with loved ones at home,
The many and varied uses of this service have es
tablished the Long Distance Telephone as an essential
part of our evcry-day life and it is now your servant,
ready at your call at a moment's notice to serve you
speedily, efficiently and at a minimum cost.
A trial of ourscrvice will convince you.
Lincoln Telephone & Telegraph Go.
October 8th will bo the first shoot
on the Davis Cup now on display in
the United Grocery stores window.
A scries of G shoots CO targets per
man 300 in all, aihLd bird handicap
giving the new shootois the samel
chance or better than the cxper enccd
A's avciage is -17-50. A starts
with 3 added birds. A bleaks 47-50
plus 3 added total 50 giving A one
point on the cup and a chance to be
in the final shoot off. The second
shoot A gets only 2 added. A breaks
45-50 plus" 2 total 47 not a perfect
score, but A will get 5 added at the
third shoot. Each shooter will be re
handicaped by his previous shooting.
B average is 30 out of GO-addcd
birds 20. B breaks 40-50-20 added
50 not 60 because if B broke them all
he could only get GO giving B one
point on the cup, but the next shoot
B would only get 10 added instead of
20 at the 6th shoot. All that have a
point on the cup will have the final
shoot off 25 targets each being handi
caped on 25 targets instead of 50 the
winner taking the cup.
Each shooter winning a point on
the cup will receive a silver spoon.
The one that actually breaks the
most targets on the 300 will receive
a trap shooters emblem, watch fob.
We want women, men nnd boys to
como out and learn to shoot, but to
compete for these trophies, shooter
must be a member of tho Red Cloud
Gun Club. Fco of $2.00 being paid
I hoot- v i'l b- held t itir? O- iVr
ft'i it 2 o'clock evoiv two vcl",
' Vi l'm nlnavi wcVon'o,
Carload of Salt
We have a carload of Michigan salt in barrels
and bags which will be here soon.
A Full Line of Groceries
Work Clothes and Shoes
Fresh Fruit Every Saturday
REMEMBER: We pay the highest market price
for your produce,
Hardware Electrical Goods
WHEN you want anything in the lino of hardware,
whether it be a small item or a bill for a new house
we will be glad to serve you.
We also carry a line of electrical goods,
irons, grills, percolators, waffle irons,
See us for lamps,
Will Observe Armistice Day
At a meeting held last night the
members of Red Cloud Tost 238 Amerl
can Legion decided they would ob
servo Armlstlco Day hero this year.
They expect to ljave a barbecue, a pro.
gtnm, races, foot ball pnmo and a
ilnncn In tho evoitiug. DlllVreiit com.
mluios h ivo Wen appointed and 'AL'
lojn expect to mi lc thl'J smu bi,T
d In' iib bills on.
Special Agency for the
Frank Cowdcn Jr., has been appoint-'
ed as the acredlted agent of the Liter
ary Digest. Give hlin your subscript
and reuowals. Yearly subscription $1
single copies 10c. -
Tho Wm. F. Lewis Stock Co., opened
here Mnmlnv night for a weeks' en.
KfiKeiurut, Thoy aro playing to food '
6U"d crowdn and giving satisfaction.
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