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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. APRIL 12. 1923
WE ARE SHOWS NG
i NEW SPRING SU1
FOR YOUNG MEN
in all tlx'e
IN LATEST MATERIALS
$25.00 to $35.00
mew or-afcfffijf uiro ?;,,
$r,50 to 93.00 2;
NEW OXFORDS IN BLACK AND BROWN
JUST REpr,Vn0 VW SHIPMENT .NECKWARE
NEW SHAPES 50c to $1.25
jj'lj WE ASK YOU TO COME AND LET US SHOW YOU THESE
j I GOODS WHETHER YOU ARE READY TO BUY ORNOT
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W. is. Hamilton Uo. to.
WILL I)K AW PLANS FOR
Red ('loud, Nebraska
A li. 11, 1912:1
TI.e Hoard of l-MLii'.'.'mi n' t in spe
cial session at Vo ill n '.p Presi
dent i't 8 o'clock . m , ;.t tiio
Ccnvncr i:l Cli'i 1.-1.. II mom
her i 0 cut except 1. L G.imes
The 1 ct of this meet'ng is to
meet with Mr. Mcgi.ir'.a or i-'isko &
Myosin is AiVhiiect.s (T i.r, ;ln, Ne
biaskn. Mr. Mcginnis desired f pet
the it'cn.s cf the Hoard regarding the
amount of ad litiotul K'hool room ne
oess iry. After Boa id had given hun
an idea cf same, ho sfted ho would
draw up sketches of same, and sub-
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that vu 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 are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer cf this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
The Four Han of the ApoGalpe
THE GREATEST PICTURE EVER MADE
With Rudolph Valentino and Alice Terry
WILL HE SHOWN AT
Red Cloud, Nebraska
APUIL 15 APRIL 1G APRIL 17
FIRST SHOW BEGINS AT 0:00 P. M.
SHOWING OTHER PLACES AT $1.00 TO ?1.G0
AT RED CLOUD 10c AND TAX 120c AND TAX
MATINEE 3 P. M. SATURDAY 20c 10c NO ORCHESTPA
mil them to the Hoard as
Xo further business appearing the
H. K. PERRY, Clerk
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HOLD
SHORT SESSION TUE.4 DAY
Red Cloud, Nebraska
April 10, 10211
The Board of County Commission
eis met at 10 o'clock p. m., as per ad
journment. All members present
The llond of C. J. Reddon as Con
stable for Potsdam precinct was ap
proved by" Hoard.
County Highway Commissioner,
Ovcrinjf. was authorized and instruct
cdto order a car of Rr'uluc Planks
from the Wheeler Lumber ami Hrldgc
Co. some to be used for re-planking
the Inavale Hridgc.
Tiic following claims were audited
and allowed and County Clerk in
structed to draw warrr.nts for .anie-:
Geo P. Cnthor ... .. .$ 30.00
POOR FARM FUND
Arrested for Kidnaping
Tucdiij evening Sheriff Waller r
rested John Haywood if Wriiv. Colo.,
who il is allck'id kidnapped Hubert
.TolmMin, it nine year old lud. who mis
attending sclmul at Pine Rfdjjo iiLmr
ISentrlce. Tho prisoner and boy were
plueed in jul iiuitiiing for the Ucntrlee
oHIckih Ion. tin alter them.
Buick Car and Other
Prizes to be Given Away
At a niei'tuiK ot tlm Red Cloud lionet
ith, which is composed of the nieteh
auts and professional men, held lust
night they decided to hold a six weeks
special trading campaign and Mill give
away a Ituiek ear hs first prize, Hoosier
kitolifti caiiinet second, $ in mer
chandise third, and i'2 in theatre
tickets for the Auditorium.
With every dollar spent with our
metchants you will be given a ticket
The tickets will lie redeemable to
This will 1h tin biggest trade boost
ing campaign that this city lias pulled
off in yeaih and no doubt prove that
this city lb up and coming
Watch this paper and look for eiteu
ltrs ul voi Using this campaign.
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Let Us Make That Old Piece of Jewelry Into An
UP-TO-DATE RING, PIN OR BROOCH
E. H. Newhouse
COUNCIL REDUCES CITY'S
DEHT 11Y 2.000.00
ilrving Hnrplum ...
G. A. Crow
.1. H. Stanser
E. J. Emerton
A. D. Stanley
. .. $ 35.00
... 6 00
. .. -J .50
.. .. JJ0.00
Standard Oil Co 10.03
No further business appearing the
Hoard adjourned to meet May 8lh.
B. F. PERRY, County Cleric.
DISTRICT W. C. T. V. TO
CONVENE IN Ittil) CLOU)
The regular District Confeieme of
the Woman's Christi.'.n Temperance
Union will convene in Red Cloud on
Satin day and Sunday, April 21 and 22
at the Baptist church. This district
includes! four counties and should be a
rousing meeting. Among the pea;c-
!crs there will he two of the genet al
1 officers, also Miss Winona Jewell,
' National Field Secretary of tho Young
, Peoples' B 'alien, who.se .splendid um
is widely known. .Mi Jewell's work
jlias extended even into Alaska. Miss
.Georgia Hojily, Geneial Prohibition
Agent Construction Publicity Unit, is
another speaker whom you should
I Local and county unions are expect
ed to have repicsentatives in attend
ance. Such representatives will have
qpportunity for special conference on
matters vital to their respective Un
The W. C. T. U. is by no means r.
dead organization, neither has it scrv
cd its full purpose. Live issues aic
still challenging the lovers of home,
of family, and of nation and country
to loyall protect and foster tho high
est ideals of purity and morality in
the homes all over our land. Not
only does our own nation stand in
need of tho protection ot home and
family, but all the nations 'of the
world are looking to us for the help
ing hand that they mty bo saved
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This meeting should be no "Wo- Sam Motmtford -.
man' Meeting," neither a meeting 'John Hayes ...
for extremists, but an All Peoples' niley Hayes
Meeting. Let our men show their Von Mikci.
true christian patriotism and their . J00' Kscn -
appiociation of the work of the or-!'Jcrt lcn'v
ganization by joining in this conven- Hastings Mfg. Co
tion. Watch for detailed announce
ments of program next week. There
will be work especially designed for
young peoplo at some session of tho
The ''Council Chamber being used
for election purpo.-cs on last Tuesday,
Mayoics3 Mary Peterson adjturned
the regular monthly se.sion at this
time, until Friday, April 0, at 1 p. in..
when it found all members pres-uu.
After the minutes of the M:.tih
meetings bad been lead and approci!,
the report of City Treasurer, S. U.
Floranco, presented and placed on 'ile,
City Superintendent, II. M. Beard, ic
ported that not much progrcs.i had
been made in the water situation since
the last meeting.
The Council next proceeded to can
va.T the vote of the Geneial and School
election, held on Aprl 3rd, with the
result that the official count did not
alter the heretofore published results
and the Cleik was authorized, to issue
the necessary certificate. of election.
On motion by Alderman Crabill,
duly seconded by Alderman IIof'm.n,
the Mayoress and Clerk were instruct
ed to make arf payment of $2,000 on
outstanding water bonds.
Before adjourning to meet again on
April 23rd, at S p. m., the following
claims were taken up separately and
allowed and Clerk ordered to draw
warrants for payment of same:
II. M. Board ?150.00
W. A. Patton 110.00
Chas. Whitaker S5.00
Mrs. M. A. Albright
S. II. Floranco
Lawrence Doyle ,
C. R. Lewis
Mrs. M. A. Albright
S. It. Floranco
Clarissa M. Maynard
A. II. Hoffman
A. B. Crabill
I. T. Amack
Red Cloud Chief
E. S. Garbcr
York News Times
I Chas. Whitaker
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SCHAAF & TURNER
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Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
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THE NEW IMPORTED GINGHAMS PLAINS AND CHECKS
IN ALL SHADES 32 INCH WIDE
An Exceptionally Good Price 50c Per Yd.
.. .. 30.00
City of Superior -1 80
Crane Co 91.38
Sinclair Refining Co 188.21)
Mid-Wert Elec. Co 18.15
TISSUE GINGHAMS CHECKS PLAIDS
PRETTY COLORINGS FOR SPRING-
IN ALL THE
Price Per Yd.-50 to 65c
-PLAIN AND FANCY 32 INCHES
Per Yd. 35c
TISSUE GINGHAM AT A SPECIAL PRICE ONE ASSORT
MENTABOUT 25 PIECES. THE REGULAR PRICE 50
TO 75c PER YARD.
Special Price 39c Per Yard
The R. P. Weesner Co.
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
RED CLOUD, NEB
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