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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JANUARY 18. 11)23
Here is the Opportutiity for Men to save
money on the things that are nceejsary at all
times oS the year.
MENS SUITS and OVERCOATS
$15 to $34.50
Including Hart Schoifer
High Grade Makes.
BRADLEY SWEATERS Vz price
WOOL SHIRTS 33fc OFF
O'SHOES 1 BUCKLE
c 2 "
" 3 "
Sepecial All Rubber 4 B. 1.75
RUBBER BOOTS $3.50
, Specie! Reduction ,on Winter Ibderwear
l? Special on Outing Night Gowns, Pajamas
Killed His Father
During Family Quarrel
1 ii intf u finnll.v (. iirri'l M . Kurlh
Mm m Ii, Kano , 'hi' .mhhIiu i' which
tune it is staled Hi n I'.iitinu r lliiuin
Kol Ii lib UllS Clfkl III', wile, the
f tiiit't rcdf ni! s ii. rilini shot ami
killnl M father tn (Ttcii-c of his
tnniiifi. Ii Is Mated Hint Mr, anil
Mil. I!"lliltis Inui tki'cit divoiced but
weie n immiIIv lonuifiii il. 'ri.i- funeral
was lu'lil Wedne il h v
Buys' Oil Truck
( Last Fiidiiy, smith Bros .v. Copley
piiicliiied thy oil trunk, business ami
iKooil will of Die Shall.-!- Oil Co., of
UNC-I.K DUD TEIKGUAIMIIC
SHOOT, JANUARY 1 1-!
Twelve of the boys were out to
help us try and win over Louisville,
Cclorado. Hall unit Kailcy were the
only( one that could come any wheic
r.car oat guessing the clay birds:
which .lay Kldy was local auent The j
new local company will bu known us
tho I)fT Hock Oil Co of Ke,l Cloud
I inui they will keep Mr Kddy iii sales-,
1 mint. They will he hotter prepared
tliiiti over to rurnish Ihelr customers
with yus and oil.
YOU CAN DO NO BETTER ANYWHERE ELSE' Will Drill for Oil here Again
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
WI3DNKSDAY, JAN. Hint
South I.Iiih IJ miles north of Inavalc;
West Line, I mile in Kraiiklin county;
North Line, 3 miles sou h ofCitmpbull,
and 0 miles south of lilnden; Kast Line
1 mile tn Batlu aud lied Oloiii) Townships.
Corner'iitniitU,rlO nVlrU. Trunk -i
xr; -i -. - -r - .awa.-" - . -.- . H., . ,
J . .T " r-.y - f- ,
svtn stHit lines. Klllcs unrred. Ulue
RoiiU Shoot at Hound Up in Con VJ1.
suit's pasture. .
ILili. Hall 18 DO
Geo.' Kailcy .17 CO
K.I Peters n .HI HO
G.'W. Damon .1550
Jay 'Check , 1IJ 50
.Miller , -11 GO
I Wincbar 2750
'CJe'o Trine - HB BO
illust :n 50
' Satnmc !I0 B0
l-Tchl -'II B0
II. E. Hall 1850
Geo; Ki Hey -1750
G.' VV. Damon 4550
1-V reterson .11150
Jay Cheek .1150
Total 22 1-250
UNCLE DUD SCHEDULE
Jmuary 21 Fcrt Collins, Colorado.
That Are Appetizing At This
Season Of The Year
SPINACH WEBSTERS BEST NO. 2 CANS
rl it .
STRING BEANS PALLAS BRAND OUT WAX A VERY GOOD
QUALITY AND A BARGAIN AT THE PRICE PER CAN....18c
PALLAS BRAND GRBEN STRING BEANS-SOLID PACK
AND A GOOD QUALITY PER CAN 20c
CURTICE BRAND CUT REFUGEE BEANS A VERY FINE
QUALITY BEAN PER CAN 25o
CURTICE BRAND WHOLE ROUND WAX BEANS. THE
VERY BEST QUALITY ABSOLUTELY STRINGLESS
1 PER CAN 35e
PUMPKIN PALLAS BRAND A NIOE GOLDEN YELLOW
PUMPKIN-SOLID PACK LARGE CANS , 18e
PUMPKIN PUNCH BRAND A BRAND WE ARE SURE YOU
WILL LIKE LARGE CAN 1 20c
PUMPKIN CURTICE BRAND STRIOTLY A NEW JERSEY
PUMPKIN THE VERY BEST PACKED NO. 2 CANS 20c
KROUT PUNCH BRAND PACKED FROM WISCONSIN HOL-
T.ANn nAHTlAGE NO. 3 CANS 20o
KROUT PUNCH BRAND NO. 2 OANS 1 16c
WE GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL BE SATISFIED WITH
'. ANY OF THE ABOVE ITEMS.
The R. P. Weesner Ca
Wednesday afternoon a meeting whs
hold by those Interested in the drilling
of another oil well here at the Coin
meiciul Club rooms A largo number
from here and heveral from out of
town were present, Dr. 0 II Halin, of
Hastings, presiding. Another co n
pany will be organized and they expect
to commence drilling by Juno 1st. They
will secure a geologist to make a sur
vey of the laud surrounding tills city
and also make the location for the well.
The books were opened and consider
able stcclc was subscribed. The pull,
ing of the casing at thd Hlg Chief Oil
well shows that there is oil nudgus
here and we hope this company will
bring in a producing well.
' Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announco that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one. Thrift and saving is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you to take advantage of this sav
ings idea and make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and we arc for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Jwiuary 28 Wray, Colorado.
February -1th Colorado Springs, Colo
Februu y 11th Pueblo, Colorado.
February 18th Denver, Colorado.
February 25th North Platte, Nebms
Mlrch 4th Trinidad. Colorado,
f' A the next issue .we." hope to 'have
the Louisville, Colorado, .scoics tell
ing the winners of the first shoot for
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper. Paints.
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
Monday evening the Rcbckah and
I. O. O. F. lodges of this city held a
joint Installation of ofltcen. at which
event there were over one uuudred
and fifty present. Jim Murnahan, D.
D. G, M. and his suite wero present
aud installed the ollicors
Messrs F. E. Maurer, Sherni Ship
man nnd E. J. Overlng encli gBve
splendid talks for the good of the
order, also the Noble Grands elect.
At the close of the meeting an oyster
supper was served to which all present
did justice. Soreral visitors from the
surrounding towns were present The
committee in charge of the affair are
to be congratulated In making the
event n most successful and pleasnnt
one to bo remembered for the years to
The 1 O. O. F. lodge has secured
several now candidates to start thru
the initiation for the next few weeks.
FARM BUREAU NOTES
County'Extension Agent, H.
Federal Farm Loans
Stockholder of the Webster County
Federal Farm Loan Association held
their Annual meeting Friday, Janu
ary 12th, with c dinner at the Royal
hotel. This was followed by the An
nual Business meeting.
John Zimmerman of Guide Rock
was elected president, Chas. Cowley
of Bladen, vice-president aud Henry
R. Fausch, Red Cloud, secretary-
treasurer. Vet WIddershetm, 'Klaucn,
Joe Gurney, Inavale, Carl Fausch,
Guide Rock were elected directors.
Report for Pat year
Ninteen applications were received
asking for $131,900.00. Twelve loans
wero closed for $56,400.00. This made
a total of 34 Federal Farm loans in
Webster county for $202,400.00.
Dividend checks at the rate of 10
were passed out to stockholders. This
is the ninth dividend. A letter from,
the Federal Land Bank was received
stating that an extra dividend of 39r
per annum lias been declared. This
extra dividend will be figured by the
month and paid each share of stock
for the full length of time that the
stock has been held during the past
5 years. .
The interest rates on Federal Form
Loans has dropped to 5 and will
probably drop again before long ac
cording to reports.
When you lave trouble o any kind with
your Plumbing send us a Hurry-up call and
we will respond "at once." .
We realize the importance o! giving
quick service at such times and we hold
ourselves ready to do so.
And if you have any Plumbing Supplies
to buy be sure to get our prices. We believe
they will save you money. '
Hess Stock and Poultry Remedies
Are the Best in the market and are Fully Guaranteed
will keep your liens in health and make them lay
HESS LICE POWDER
Kills Lice on Fowls and Animals
HESS STOCK TONIC
j for all kinds of animals. Also Roup Remedy, Heavs Powders, Dislem-
per Remedy, Colic Remedy, Worm Powder and Hog Worm Remedy
Try Them and be Convinced
CHAS. L. COTTING, The "
' Grace Church Notes
Third Sunday after Epiphany
Sunday School at 10 a. m,
Morning Service with Sermon
Rev. J. M. Battfi at II a. in.
No Evening or Vesper Service.
Garfield Community Church
OVER STATE BANK
Sunday Sorvices as follows:
10am Sunday School. Subject:
"The Prodigal Son". Text is in Luke
11 u. m Sermon, "Is Religion a Life
or n Profession'.''
7 p. in. Service of Song, Questions
and Public Discussion.
by 7:1") p. m. Sermon.
The Recital which was to bo given
Sunday evening has been postponed to
Jan. 28 bocauM) of sloUness in the
preliminary survey is beinir made familv of one of the singers.
through this pait of the country by The Chorus will meet Saturday even
the Sinclair Oil Company for a pipe ing at the church at 7:30 to begin work
line from Teapot Dome, Wyoming, to on tlio Story nnd Honir service rntltlcd
Frcoman, Mo., a distance of 800 miles. "The Pink Ros". All members of the
At Frcoman tlio lino is to connect with Chorus are requested to bo present,
tlio lino now operating from the Te.as j
oii noiiib. Tim survey win probably Congregational Church Notes
I1I1VH I III nilfrll .llWI'nill mill Volenti In I DO
this county thetico 'east to Moshler. Sunday School 10 a. tn.
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 OF THEIR SCHOOL HOURS. BRING THE
CHILDREN IN BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS. WE MAKE NO
CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION AND FIT NO GLASSES UNLESS
NEEDED. ' . .is
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 Ber Watches $1.50
Glo Ben Watches $2.50
Alarm Clocks $1.25 to $4.75
Theio will be a pumping station about
every fui ty miles It ii understood.
Morning service 11 n. m
livening bfrvk'o 7:30 p. m
Everyone wolcouio to those services
-- E. H. Newhouse
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