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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1922)
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Event is Still on
W. G. Hamilton Clo., Co.
We can save you money on anything in clothes
for men or boy's. One special lot of young
men's suits $16.50 to $18.00.
SLEEPING GARMENTS: Pajamas, Pajunions,
and Night GowL in the famous Brighton wear
at big saving prices.
Footwear-Oovershoes-Special, all rubber 4
buckle, $1.75; First grade rubberboots $3.50.
Now is the Time to Buy
Your Winter Underwear.
W. G. Hamilton Clo., Co.
Special For Armistice
For Friday and Saturday, Nov. 10
and 1 1 , only, will put on sale all
Dresses and Fur
At 10; Discount
This is a bargain you do not get a
chance at often this early in the
season. No old garments-these
were all bought this fall.
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Get Your Harness
Fixed up and oiled before sping--then you won't have lo stop
and fix them. Bring them in and have them fixed and oiled
now, Prices are right and will do you a good job.
LEE R. WALKER
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. NOVEMBER 9. 1922
Ernest Barrett Seriously
Injured Sunday Afternoon
l.ii. did tint l.ftfinn tiiot. 1 II play
ers n iii1.Sntitluv ii(if u-xdi ui n tliev
wenl nut to pruutlitf f-i the u mo with
Korui -i, Kii8 tluti id priilH mi I star
offoiuiiT I'igli niluiii 'Minn Kirnest
Hhii.'U, nonld lie ttiUii) Injuiu'l tlmt
Wlnlo to iklnp a play li-i fell In auch
a miuuier thut the buck f his nock
truck iitfiiiii't Clifford Sulunrtt' side in
such it uuy thut th cords in Ins neck
werj frnotuii'd which citused liitn to be
co nit- ptiiali.e(.
He una tnkt'ii to Di. Stodunnn's
Otllce whi'iu medical attention was giv
en i ml then t alien home. Monday
morning the doctois held a consulta
tion and decided to take him to Omaha
thut evening where 11 Hpfcinlisi could
render assistance His parents and
MrH Chas ISrubaker accompanied hltn.
Wednesdny the relatives received word
stuting that pneumonia had set tu and
little hope was given for bis tecovcry.
The relatives left that day to be at his
Later: Cecil Barrett, brother of Er
nie, received word this morning, Thurs
day, thut his btother was much better
and hopes of bis recovery wan Riven.
This will indeed be glad news to bis
FOR COMMUNITY TREE
The following have been appointed
on the various committees for making
preparations for the Community
Finance I. Johnson, Miss Jcsdc
Kellogg, Frank Cowden.
To provide tiees and place them
Dr. R. V. Nicholson, Grant Turner,
Lighting E. W. Stevens, J. S. L
Thomas, J. P. Cheek.
Purchasing treats Miss Mary
Peterson, Mrs. E. L. Morhart, Mrs.
Wondcrly, Business Woman's Club.
Provide sacks for treats Mrs. M.
A. Albright, Mrs. E. L. Grimes, Mrs.
C. H. Miner, Mrs. Branson Stewart.
To distribute treats Ed. Piatt, J.
C. Mitchell, E. L. Morhart.
Decorating Dr. W. H. McBride,
Mrs. W.aA. Maynard, Marion Bloom,
Program Mrs. Ethel Kailey, Miss
Josephine Mizer, Rev. Hardman.
Ushers Marcella Stockman, Jessie
Crabill, Kathryn McOall, Leona
Breakey, Helen McNeiiy, Virginin
Welfare Mrs. W. A. Sherwood, O.
H. Piatt, Prof. A. B. Gelwick.
Publicity H. C. Gellattly, W. D.
Edson, W. B. Smith, A. B. McArthu
Mrs. A. B. Gelwick.
Please watch the papers for the
oete of the next meeting.
Another Land Mark Gone
Saturday afternoon, the old boxelder
tree which has stood in front of the
Nowhouse store for tho past forty
yours, fell to tho pavlug The disnp
peorance of this tree is nlrca'dy notice
able and for many years it furnished
shode for the btoro windows in tho af
ternoon. It was planted by F. New
house in the spring of 1882.
Annual RedMCross Roll Call
Tho Annual Hod (jross Roll Call will
bo observed Novembi-r 11 tli to .loth
lleglii-, Ai miotic.' Day and closes
ThnUsghiiifc Day. Von can pay your
duo at any on of our thieo- bmtlcH.
Your co opuiatinii is sulioltod
Wubhter County Chnptoi
All iiioinhcis mid Mends of tho
Chilbtliiu iiuil Dihciplos chinches ure
hereby notllied of a meeting at Clulb.
linn church Sunday morning, Nov.
12, at 11 a. tn. Everyone urged to be
present as importaut business is to be
By Order of Committee.
COUNTY GIVES EVIDENCE
i nu nviiuniinAV m a intiiTV
Tho election in these parts, on yes-
tcrday, passed off in a quiet manner,
with probably better than n two-third
vote being polled amid more cnthus
iasum Ihnn has previously been dis
played for some time. With tho ex
ception of one office, the republicans
walked off with everything, as far as
county politics is concerned, while
many of this faith were found voting
for tho democratic governor and local
democrats, in turn, voting for the
republican United States Senator.
According to latest reports R. B.
Howell Is elected U. S. Senator, Chas
Br) an, Governor and C. t) Robinson,
Statu Treasurer. A. C. ShullenberKcr,
Edgar Howard and John Morehead
wero elected Congressman on the
The following is the unofficial
count of the total vote polled in the
U. S. SENATOR
R. B. Howell
Gilbert M. Hitchcock ....
James L. Becbo .
Charles H. Randall ...
Chartyj W. Bryan .....
Harry C. Patenter
. LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Fred"lx. 'tfohnson, ., ; ..1887
P.- J.- Mullin ', 1231
T. J. Ellsberry x363
Charles W. Pool ..
L. A. Larson
AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS
George W. Marsh 1872
Grant L. Shumway , 1513
COMMISSIONER PUBLIC LANDS
Dan Swanson 192G
M. C. Warrington 1147
Mary H. Axtell 270
Charles D. Robinson 2281
George E. Hall 1206
Edward Sughroue 103
O. S. Spillman .1847
Kenneth W. McDonald 1371
J. M. Paul 189
Charles A. Randall 2065
Fred C. Ayres 1207
Clyde J. Fcrnandes 149
CONGRESSMAN FIFTH DISTRICT
W. E. Audrewa 1739
Ashton iQ. Shcllenberger 1456
S. J. Franklin 306
STATE SENATOR 27th DISTRICT
M. F. Rickard 1699
Goorgo J. Spohn 1068
Chas. W. Cowley 666
STATE REPRESENTATIVE 71st
Daniel Garber 1974
I. W. Edson 1043
C. H. Robinson 496
B. F. Perry
Hazel Powell 1969
Bert Ducker 1676
Jack Waller 2030
Frank Huffc I 1595
Ilowaul S. Foe . ... I960
E. G. Caldwell ... ., 1(521
COUNTY COMMISSIONER 3rd
C. A. Waldo .1760
W. n. Patterson . . 1521
COl'NTY COMMISSIONER 5 h
E. J. Cox ..... v.. . . ....'! YtV
STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF
- PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
John M. Matzcn , 1329
E. Ruth Pyrtlo 1914
COUNTY' SUPERINTENDENT OF
Stella Ducker .2027
Minnie .Christian ., 1487
I A Financial Rainbow
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 dct busy to-day? Take a few dollars and start an
Account with this bank. And with a little added each .week
plus the interest wc contribute, you will soon have a sum to allay all fears
of any financial storm in the future. '
If not already a depositor open an account today.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floiance, President Red Cloud, Neb. S. R. Flounce, Cashier
Capital and Surplus $jjj,ooo.oo
DtpotUt QuaranttHtbytht Dtpotltori Uuaranty Fund of the Slate of Xtbratka
WILL HAVE THEIR CHILDREN'S EYES EXAMINED AND TESTED
BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS. BY SO DOING THEY KNOW THE
CHILDREN BEGLN THE SCHOOL YEAR PRdPERLY PREPARED TO
MAKE THE BEST USE OF 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 $1.60
' BLOTTERS FREE
"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
Day in Red Cloud
Weesner's Dollar Day Specials for
Saturday. November 11th.
Fine grade unbleached mus
lin, 36 inches wide, regular 15c
quality 8 yards for $1.00
Daisy Brand bleached muslin,
quality same as Hope muslin,
Sspecial, 5 yards for $1.00
94 Heavy unbleached sheeting,
regular COc quality Special 50c
per yard, 2 yards for $1.00
22 inch Heavy Turkish towel
ing, Regular 4 0c quality; 3
yards for $1.00
Also many other bargains throughout the
store. It will pay you to visit Weesner's
The P. Weesnef Gompany.
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Early June peas, good
quality, regular price 15c
per can Special 8 cans
Half gal. can Mazola,
regular price $1.40 Spec
ial per can $1.00
Light House laundry
soap at a give-away
price, 50 bars for$1.00
3-lb. cans hominy, nice
and white, .a 15c quality.
Special, 9 cans for $1.00
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