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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, OCTOBER 2G. 1922
FOR COUNTY CLERK
X) B. F. PERRY
UNDERSTANDS THE WORK OF THF OFFICE
AND HAS BEEN A CAREFUL, EFFICIENT
AND ACCOMODATING OFFICIAL.
.. Wh Change?
VOTE FOR PERRY
BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB
ORGANISED LAST NIGHT
1 u Business Wur.c.i'b Club held
an organization mooting last even
ing in the I. 0. 0. P. Hall. All the
old officers were re elected: Mary
Peterson, president; Emma Bnrgman,
sccrctr.:y; Lydia Traut, treasurer.
Spveral committees wcic appointed
and new members added to the list,
which now numbcro fifty-five.
The ret of tf'c evening, following
the business session, w.is spent in
playing cards and having a general
They adjourned at a late hour, to
meet again on Hallowe'en evening to
enjoy another picnic. Advcitiscr.
ESTELLE E. DUCKER
Candid :le fov Second Term
TO Til . ' TEHS OF WEBSTER COUNTY:
I am ask fr a sitwiuI term in the office of County
Superintenden inj that it is a time honored principle
of American polu 'o endorse faithful and efficient service
in public office byt. ' inu f :. jecond term.
During my present term of ofilce, realizing the present
heavy burden of taxation, I have practiced the most rigid
economy. Under the law I am allowed S600.00 for Institute
work. Of this fund I have uued only S150.00, thus saving the
tax payers $450.00. and in the buying of supplies I have
saved some 5300.00, and now have on hand over $250.00 to
carry, on institute work next year. Thus I have on these two
items alone accomplished a saving of appropriation and have
created a surplus on hand in spite of general high costs. I
stand for the best of teachers at reasonable salaries. Poor
teaching is a crime against the children. School "boards are
responsible for their wage contracts with teachers.
I have stood firmly and uniformly for an absolutely im
partial, equitable and courteous administration of the affairs
of my office.
I have stood for what is highest and best in education,
realizing that we must look to education for the solution of
our present pressing problems.
Let me say in conclusion that I was reared in Webster
County. After graduating from the State University I
spent many years teaching in the schools of this county, and
am familiar with their history and development. I have
frequently attended the University summer school sessions
to keep abreast with .progress in education.
I know.from. experience in the one term I have had that
I can render better service to the county during a second
term, and if elected I will give the same undivided attention
to my duties, and the same careful consideration to the pub
lic that it has been my pleasure to extend in the past.
Wishing the best for Webster County, I am,
ESTELLE E. DUCKER,
Candidate for Second Term.
RED CLOUI) TO HAVE A
COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TREE
More About Armistice Day
Thu different committees for tli
cnMirnilnn held several meetings this
weel; iiml everything i- running
ThuuolHbrution will rj.ilU eoinmence
Kridiiy evening ami l.iat until inUinite,
Fiidny ufti'i'iiooii the Red Cloud
Hik'H Fool I3,i 1 1 team ul.l play thu
In the evening Hell'h Unit Acre the
L'.'yiou'b curuivul will open its doors ut
the ShIh Pavilion. This will consist of
shows, country grocery htoie, games
und u big dunce, for which Itetz's or
chestra will furnlbh the music. Adults
will be charged 20c and children 10c
Saturday morning the celebration
will be in full swing as at 10:30 there
will be a band concert followed by a
Ford parade tor which there will be
eighteen events with a first and second
prize tor each. There will also bo a
Men's Barrel Race with Fords and a
Ladies Slow Driving Race, each event
limited to six entries each, first and
second prizes will be given Henry
Fauscb assisted by Chas. Smith and
Qrant Turner will be in charge of the
In the afternoon the band will give
a concert and the big foot ball game of
the season will then cotnooiF, Formosa,
Khb., Logion vs Roi Cloud Legion
Ollvor Powell is coauhlng the team
every night ami the boys will put tip
the light of old. Thu Legion Show
will open at noon and close at midntte
and no doubt this will bo our biggest
event in years to come.
Tuesday evening tho c who urc in
terested in the Community Giristmns
Tree met at the Anld Library and
after borne discussion, it was decided
to have another program and tree
The following officers for
year's event were selected:
N. B. Bush, president.
A. B. Gclwick, vice president
Mrs. H. Tfoma, secretary.
Isadorc Johnson, treasurer
Chairman of Finance Committeemen.
The dale has not been dee'ded up-
.n and Mr. Bush stated that Man
ager Linn of the Auditor'um had of
fered the use of the Auditorium pio
vided the program was over by 8:10.
LetV all got busy rnd help mrike this
event a gaod one.
DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINT.S
A Financial Rainbow
Make Water Inspection Trip
Al Hufrtiinn, O. J Warren, D.
Hdi-on, hupt Beard and A. M, Mu.tt
bur, in com-any with Attorney V. K.
Mauter, inadouvIMLl itbe Maurcr farm
Wednesday afternoon at which time
the latter gentleman explained to ut.
where water no doubt can bo found in
abundance. The apt lugs can be found
northwest of thu Burllngtou'h tprings
on the ninth banlt of the draw and if
properly developed, no doubt enough
water could bo secured for thu city's,
use for yeais to como
We alK visited the springs on Miss
Jennie WintonV farm which are about
a half milo north or tho hprings on the
Maurer plaoe. As the water supply of
this city is getting scarce, wo believe
It would bo to the be6t interests of the
city if the couucll would take some ac
tion in regard to obtaining water from
Congregational Church Notes
Sunday School 10 a. m.
There will bo no preaching service
Grace Church Notes
Twentieth Sunday After Trinity
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Morning Sendee at 11 a. in.
Evening Sorvloe at 7:30 p. m.
All Saints Day, Nov. 1st, Holy Com
munlon at 0 a. m.
English Lutheran Church
Regular services every first and third
Sunday in tbo month in the Adventist
Coming Sunday, being the fifth Sun.
day in the month, there will be no ser-
District Judge Dilworth held a
short1 term of Equity Court hcic TJucs
day and Wednesday. The jury was
directed not to report until Novem
ber 28th, at wJL'ch time all the cases
are expected to be disposed of.
The following is a list of the mat
ters disposed of:
Stjte of Nebraska vsLynn Delph
andfltalpu Chaplin, parole extended.
State vb Charles Richardson, Dis
missed on request cf County Attor
ney. State vs Boy Kobb'ns. Dismissed.
County of WcJster vs Hugh Gulli
ford, sale confirmed
William Hicks & Elmer Fogg vs
Webster Cfeunty, Passed.
Frank Starr vs C. B. & Q. Ry, Tass
In the matter of the Appl'catlon
of Edgar McBride, Administrator for
license to sell real estate. Continued.
Oliver Hu 'son vs Jacob Mandel-
Nebraska Central Bldg & Loan As
sociat'on vs L. R. Rust, Pnsscd.
Charles Kalcy vs Willard B. Ste
ward ct :;1, Case tried to court, taken
Wilma Hunt vs Harry Hunt, Di
vorce for plninfff.
Delia Ferguson vs Albert Ferguson,
Ro.o Butr s John Burr, Suit mon
ey allowed plaintiff.
Kalo Colo John Cole, Divorce for
pla'ntiff and custody of cli'ld.
Ernest Prnelt vs Helen Banelt
Divorce for f,!"intiff.
First Natimal Bank of Blue Hill
vs Robert Srrultz, Foreclosure grant
ed. F. E. Burr vs Reuben & Erwin
Dunbar, Judgment of County Court
SAVING ACCOUNT is a most welcome rainbow
to the financial storms of your life. After the
clouds have rolled by and you find your Savings
still there, the future will look ever so much
brighter and cheerful. And you will be glad that
you started an account,
Why not get busy to-day? Take a few dollars and start art
Account with this bank. And with a little added each week
plus the interest wc contribute, you will soonliave a sum to allay all fears
of any financial storm in the future.
If not already a dooosltor ooon an account todav.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK I
Edward Flotnncc, President Red Cloud, Neb. S. R. Flornnce, Caihier
Capital and Surplus $35,000.00
ntnntlt (liurtinttfitliuth Dtnnnltnrt (lmminlu 'unit nt Iht State of AVinutd
The Lnrrjest Butterfly.
The lsirset known moth or butter
tly In tie wot Id Is tho Great Atlns
Moth of India. With wings out
Ltrctehed It measures nearly a foot
across from tip to tip.
O, R. Heinltz, Pastor.
Itev I W. Edson will preach at the
Baptist churob next Sunday.
Charity lodge A. V.& A. M Is to
bold a bpecial 'communication Friday
evening for work in the I&llow Craft
degree. Visiting brethren will be wel
come. Au old minister in a small Missouri
town was said to be starving to death
on donations of catfish, possum and a
$500 salary. When ho conldu't stand
it any longer he handed In his resigna
tion with the following commont;
Urctbron and Sisters, I don't think the
Lord loves you people for you never
die he doesn't seem to want you. I
don't think you love eaoh other for I
never marry any of yon', And I don't
think you love mo for you don't pay
me my salary and your donations are
wormy fruits and mouldy apples. By
thuir'frulta ye shall know them. Tbo
Lord has called mo to a better place
Pve been appointed chaplain of the
peultentiary Where I go you cannot
come; but 1 go to prepare a place for
you.." Grand Island Independent.
27-Inch Apron Checks, per yd -
27-Inch Grey Outing, heavy quality, yd - 20c
27-Inch Light Outing, heavy quality, yd - 18c
32-Inch Light Outing, special value, yd - 20c
36-Inch Unbleached Muslin, yd
36-Inch Standard Percales, yd
R.. P. WEESNER CO.
Red Cloud, Nebraska
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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 FIT 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
Pocket Ben Watches $1.50
Glo Ben Watches $2.50" '
Alarm Clocks $1.25 to $4.75
E. H. Newhouse
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WE CLEAN HATS
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
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