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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MARCH 22. 1923
WE ARE SHOWING
NEW SPRING SUITS
FOR YOUNG MEN
in all the
IN LATEST MATERIALS
$25.00 to $35.00
NEW SPRING CARS
$1.50 to S3.00
NEW OXFORDS IN BLACK AND BROWN
JUST RECEIVED NEW SHIPMENT NECKWARE
NEW SHAPES 50c to $1.25
WE ASK YOU TO COME AND LET US SHOW YOU THESE
GOODS WHETHER YOU ARE READY TO BUY O? NOT
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
The oteis of Hie Ciilclis ticket of
t'il- city hiv heteby uutlllcd tha,t there
Ulli fl CtlUlMI' rt lhi t'ultit HoilM',
I'riitiiy evening. M (it 'i'liil. nt 7: !.".
tut tlit porpoM- nf i in-ill j in nomiu
iitl( candidate rm i liii following city
(illicit in Iih Vntcil ii i ut u,i annual
elect Inn mi A pill llnl
One I oiiiicllmaii foi tlif lt ward.
One ( iiiineiliiiiiii tnr the 'Jml ward.
Twii nii-iiibfis (if the SeliiMil Bomd
fur itie Melidiil Dlstiiet of Kcil Cloud
Clt A. I. Kunney, Chairman.
I Washington School Build
. - ing Destroyed by Fire
ATEIt PKoi'osrnox IS
LAID OVEK FOB A TIME
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce 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 wo 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
The City Council met in regular
adjourned session, on Monday morn
ing, with all members present, at
wh'ch time after the financial report
for February of City Treasmer S. II.
Florance was received and placed on
file, the following clerks and judges
of election were named:
Clerics Henry Newhouse and Kos
Judges Clark Steven?, Geo. Trine
and Mel Sherman.
Clerks Darrcl Burden and Jucob
Judges John Griffith, P. A. Wull
,'irandt and Mike Finkcnbimler.
After due consideration and a re
port of some length submitted by
Superintendent Beard, the Council
unanimously voted to lay over the
wijtor resolutions pending further de-
Boforo adjournment Council instruct'
cd City Clerk as regards the enforce
inent of Ordinance No. 10, pertaining
,to dog tax.
Siii)(lu evening about 9 o'clock u
lire broke tint in the south v i i m (if the
Washington school htiildiiih', the same
being caused by defective wiring it is
tnought by many as there hud lieen no!
heat in the plum since Friday
The iireiuen responded quickly hut
oivtng to low water pressure Had in
adequate lire equipment their work
proved to be of no avail as the lire
spieud rapidly and soon gutted the en
The building was erected in 1882,
and while It. 1). Mont. whs superin
tendent mi addition was added and
coutddei able altering was done. The
p-ist fow yeHt-s it. has been used by the
Junior High School department ami
also the Domestic, Science class. A
large number of the citizens of this
community attended school in this
building receiving their high school
education, and the familiar ring flJk
the old bell will be missed by many asl ;
Well as the students. It is stated tho
building had been condemned sovernl
years hko and no insuratico was carried
on it or the contents, thus there whs a
cjnblderable loss to the district. Tho
walls were razed to the ground Mon
day. , After considerable arrangement
being made Monday the students were
all placed in the Senior High School
Htid'hiliool work is going on as usual
under the efficient work of Sup'.. (Jel.
wielc and bjs corps of teachers.
Lift ( i i-- i.f !'-. iMWJgJiWJl
Let Us Make That Old Piece of Jewelry Into An
UP-TO-DATE RING, PIN OR BROOCH
E. H. Newhouse
IF "III llTlllllllMTnfflWIWTIIlFlM
New arrivals ol
Poirct twill, camel's hair
effects, plaid coatings, Bolivia
Id and Velours, in beautnui
M snrinc coats.
$8.50 to $55.00
These come in dressy
iM elirlnc inlllrlinrr Klnlicorl lUfnn
rj. Oljfll-J lllblUUIllj uiuuu, ""1'
y straight coals and smart capes,
0 as well as sports styles.
. BARBARA PHARES
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COUNTY COMMISIONKUS HELD
SHOUT SESSION ON YESTERDAY
Red Cloud, Nebraska
March 21, 19211.
The Webster County Board of Com-
nu.-sioner.s met at J o ciock y. m. as
Ier adjournment of February Cth. All
The prinicpal object of this meeting
was to consider bids for Bridges for
Webster county for the year 19211.
At 2 o'clock the time set for open
ing said bids, it found the following
firms bidding: Elkhart Bridge &
Iron Co.; Western Bridge & Construc
tion Co. and Allied Contractors Inc.
After all bids were read and tabu
lated it was! found that the Allied
Contractors Inc. were the lowest hol
ders. A motion was made by Waldo and
seconded by CVowell that the contract
for all bridges required by Webster
county for the year 1921J be awarded
to the Allied Contractors Inc. of Om
aha, Nebraska. Motion carried.
On account of the present condi
tion of county funds no claims were
allowed at this meeting.
No further business appearing the
Board adjourned at 1 o'clock p. m. to
meet April 10. 192:5.
II. F. PERRY,
Bula Mae Jarboe
Dies From Burns
District Court in Session
Thu 'March term of District court
with Judge UlacUledgo presiding con
vened Monday. Tho jury was to Iiho
bid) called Tuesday but owing to the
bud roado and not enough cases they
were dismissed Several motions wcie
heard and confirmation of sales ordor
ed. Fred Kehn plead guilty to the
charge of illegally manufacturing hooe
and was ae-itenced to pay a line of $.ViO
and serve thirty days in jail at bald
labor. The divorce case of Carrie- V.
Harvey vs Noiili E. Harvey Is set frr
Ind. 12 Ox
Fail bury Sunday
was a passenger to
morning on No. 10.
How A6out Harness!
1 will meet any catalogue price on anything in the huines!' )h;e
Don't let someone tell yon that yon can save money by sending awuy
come in and look my stock over. 1 can save you tome money.
Bring in your old ones and get them fixed up and oiled before Spring
LEE R. WALKER
Harness and Saddlery
Bula Mao Jarboe, eight-year-old
daughter uf Rev. and Mrs. J. Edwin
Jarboe, 2411 Lynn street, is dead from
j burns roceived at her homo Sunday
morning. Her gown caught fire from
i' an olccttlc boater and before her
mother got to her bho was a mass jf
flames. SIid was badly burned ftom
, head to foot and died during the after
noon at a hospital, after suffering in
tensly from her injuries.
J Tho father was out of the city and
the mother had gone down to the base
ment to fix the turuace. While she
was gone the ltttlo girl was standing
by an electric heater. Her gown
cauk'lit from tho resistance coll and in
a second her whole body was a mass of
burns from bead to lent and little
hopes of having her wore held from
the first. --Mondays Lincoln Stato
ay, and iiiut-rul scr
PROCTER & GAMBLE
HOUSE CLEANING SPECIAL
MARCH 23 and 24
8 BARS P. & G. WHITE NAPTHA SOAP
5 BARS LUNA WHITE LAUNDY
2 PACKAGES STAR NAPTHA POWDER
1 SEALTITE BUCKET
The remains .was brought to
Cloud, Wednesday, and funeral
ices were held at the Brethren chinch
after which intcimcnt
tho city cemi tery.
was made in
The above assortment will not
overload you on Soap being a well
balanced assortment for every day
use. Come in and get yours early as
the supply is limited.
THE R. P. WEESNER CO.
MRS. J. A. BURDEN
Drive caitfullv! You may have the
rights at cross streets but Better
Beautiful Patterns, low prices, for Wall Paper at Cotting's "top than come together.
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