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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 29, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MARCH 29. 1923
WE ARE SHOWING
NEW SPRING SUITS
FOR YOUNG MEN
in all the
IN LATEST MATERIALS
$25.00 to $35.00
New Oil Co. Organized Two TicketsNorainated 1
NEW SPRING CAPS
91.SO to $3.00
evelal of our local, eltizons who
li i vc in fiit faith in (litTrt b- u oil in '
thf tmritory sniii..tiding his city
hasv organized llu' NVbruWi-Kntisas
Oil a il lisii D.'vcmii ih.miI in They.
Sill! IHI.V III till' tl-(l iM'tlll.! I. USfS Mllll
twill mil ui into llu- i,iriU)i north of
' town. Tneie will t Mi sloi'i; sold hut
thf iainiiMs who Uuixf th"ir farms will
be given sIihich In the oniiiiiiiy for
1 their li'.'M As soon n-. the necessary
amount !' acreage is secured it well
will he ilrilk'M Hero's Imping they
put down a producer.
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 OR NOT
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that vc 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 vou 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 are 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
Momluy u ileal was complete! where
by Mrs. Mlhlieil Amuck Mild the
Amuck Undertaking Parlors to hor
brother-in-law, I. T AniBck And Erie
fateiner. The new ilrm will be known
as the I T. Amuck Undertaking Com
pany and they are now ready to
render courteous and c indent service
to all culls. Mr. Ainack is a licensed
timbitlmer and Funeral Director, hav
ing had considerable experience in hia
chosen profession and needs no intro
duction to the people of this commun
ity. Mr. Stoluer will take it course in
Embalming under the tutorship of his
partner and he will operate the new
hearse which the firm also takes over.
MrH. Ainack has made no plans for
the future hut Tier large circle of
i friends hope she will continue to ie
IRed Cloud Booster
Friday evening the voters of the
Citizens ticket met at the court house
pursuant to a call Issued by Chairman
A. 0 Uanney who was le-oleetcd us
Chairman and A. B MeArUiur, Secre
tary. There were not many voteis
present and the following ticket was
Members of School Board It. P.
Weesncrund Audi Urahlll.
Councilman First Ward Henrietta ,
Councilman Second Ward Bert,
1 W. Cowdeu and .1 C Mitchell
were, appointed it committee to till
vacancies. Hert Docker declined the
nomination of Councilman and these
gentlemen were unable to find a man
to run against Graut Christy.
Saturday afternoon another caucus
wua called and convened at the Hoyal
Hotel sample rooms at which meeting
Roy Oatmiin presided and W. H.Smith
whs Secretary They launched an.
other party called thol'eoples ticket
and placed in nomination the follow
ing: Councilman First Ward George
Councilman Second Ward Grant
Members of School Board K. J.
Ovcrlng and Bert Morhart,
Let Us Make That Old Piece of Jewelry Into An
UP-TO-DATE RING, PIN OR BROOCH
E. H. Newhouse
FIRE MARSHAL COMMENTS
ON OUU EQUIPMENT
The following letter is self cxplana
toryi.Mid further than to add that if
the proposed bond issue carries, ac
cording to locr.1 Fire Clr'ef .1. O But
ler, a request will he made to the
Council to include the maintenance of
the live truck and equipment in the
marshal's duties, we give the same
nuilicitv in older that it may a. sist
A good rcprmentuthiti of the busi-1 " in arr.ving at a jut dec'sion:
nesi men and women of this city met j Lincoln, Nebraska,
.-it. llu. H.sk tiiiilttnriiim. Mondavi . . . . . March 27, !.)'-.
evening tor the purpose of organizing '' "J '- 0H X '
I a club in keeping with their neeifs and .lowls f ,
V service v
New arrivals of
Poiret twill, camel's hair
effects, plaid coatings, Bolivia
and Velours, in beautiful
$8.50 to $55.00
These come in dressy
styles including blouscd, wrap,
straight coats andjstnatt capes,
as well as sports styles.
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that of the commuuli v
l Tho meeting was called to order by
I F. W. Cowden who was elected temptiv
arv cliairman and later President ot
the permanent organization. Floyd
Turnure was likewise elected Secre
tury mid Treasurer of the permanent
organization and C. .L Piatt Vice L'resl
dent. Messrs W. A. Sherwood, W. D. Ed.
sou and Dert Morhart were appointed
a committee to draft the constitution
The ofileers were appointed n com
mittee to arrange for placing the signs
on the roads running into this city and
each merchant to furnish one man to
assist in putting up the signs.
The organization is to be known as
Bnd. 12 Ox
! i n ii i iini in ! "" ' """"'
mr rules irom the in-
vision of Fire Prevention in the inter
est of cooneration and efficiency in
equipment and would suggest that,
after talking with my Deputy, Mr.
Ituteher. who has iuat returned from
tlie investigation of the school house
fire in your city, that we recommend
further equ pmsnt in your city. Such
as the purchase of a truck together
with a pump combination and body
sufficient to carry one thousand feet
of hose, also two forty gallon chemical
tanks with forty gallon capacity cacti,
and two hundred feet of chemi.l
Would nlfo call your attention to
the fact tliat our records show that
at least seventy-five per cent of' the
fires over the state are extinquished
by the use of chemicals and that the
salvaire is much greater than where
water has been used. With this kind
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
RED CLOUD, NEB
tho Red Cloud booster Club. They 'r nnnlnmonf it will render vour de
will not have any club rooms as this partment capable of taking care of
organization is to boost for more busl-' fires that might occur in the remote
nessand objeets that will help the Parts of your city and even outside
community. Everyone there was the water district. And off times t
. . . has been the means of saving large
Heartily in ntvor or giving u car away, fnrm prop01.tje8 )V responding to
the shiiih method that was used In 1910. country .calls two 'end three and as
Messrs. Liun, Weesncr and Clellatly high as ten miles distance in the coun
wore appolnteda committee on adver try.
Using and they to prepare some elfect-! In my opinion, no money is more
live plans for the consideration of the ""TVr.iX
Club which will meet again Friday mQni forhwho llo wc call in the time
evening at the Auditorium. of fire? This is always a call of
This organization is starting out on necessity. So let us endeavor to equip
the right track and no doubt will prove our hoys, who are volunteering their
in time to be just what is needed fur services in our he-half, with equip-
thD .is,.f..liioss of thU ..nmmnnUv. '"t sufficient to cope with any fire
which might occur in our miiisi.
, . . Trusting tliat this may call to the
To The Patrons of Route 4 nttenUon of each citizen the .necessity
for the saving ol lives and the prcser
ii,- .r , i.i y-ition of property and that vye may
, ,w..B u.. w..n.w..v.. .. n Jiave tie;r C00peiat,on m giving une
rouio to rouioa una win unto cnurge fjlt; i)t)yS the necessary eqMipnient
of the same Monday, April 2nd, I take with which to ciavv on their noble
0. K. HAUTFOUD
State l-'ivc Marshal
TISSUE GINGHAMS IN PRETTY
ONE ASSOItTMENT ABOUT 25
this method of thanking all the pat- work.
rons for tho favors they have tendered
' me In the past. Hoping that you will
jjifciifa-gsfc. i ii hub m m
give the new carrier, Kltou Pope, tho
same courtesy you have shown me.
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J. W. Auld, Isadore Johnson ami
Karl Hall autocil to Hastings Monday
afternoon and visited with D. C. Hon-
derson. who recently ' underwent an
j j , . - - -- - operation nt Gliicago, and is visit'ng
Attend JChicken Pie Sapper, April 4th, in Peterson Bldg. ins sister at Hastings.
Floyd Stone Hurt in Runaway
Klnyd Stone, tesidiiig near .the Mt.
Hope chuieh, had a runaway Saturday
noon at which tlmo tho buggy was
turned over and hl right limb was
broken He was brought to Dr Mar
tin's oflloo where tho injured limb was
set and be is getting along nicely.
REGULAR PRICE 50c TO 75c PER YARD
An Easter Special 39c Per Yd.
"WEARWELIV 9-1 SHEETING THE VERY FIN
EST QUALITY SHEETING A QAUL1TY THAT
SHOULD NOW SELL AT ABOUT 85c PER YARD.
A Special Price at 65c Per Yd.
"DAISY" RRAND BLEACHED MUSLIN HO INCH'
A QAUL1TY SIMILAR BUT SOFTER THAN HOPE
THE VALUE ON THE PRESENT MARKET IS
ABOUT 2Cc PER YARD
An Easter Special at 1 9c Per Yd.
The R. P. Weesner Co.
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