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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MAY 3. 1U23
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Red Cloud to Have Ball Team
MAYOR MAKES APPOINTMENTS
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Everyone likes to save on their Clothing.
That can't be done by buying cheap merchan
dise. Buy your Clothing and Furnishings here.
We can save you money. We sell well Known
lines. The kind that give satisfaction or your
Hart-Schaffner & Marx Suits
Emory and Cluett Shirts
Mallory and Stetson Hats
IN WORK CLOTHES WE HAVE
Lee and Oskosh Overalls
McDonald Work Shirts
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 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 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
The Streamline Elgin, caicd n yellow, white or grer n eolJ
according to quality of cue
When You Give a Graduation Watch
Qivc It for a Lifetime
Almost everywhere you go you hear people
apologizing for the "shortcomings" of their
Poor time is a bad national habit due
very largely to original selections of cheap
watches, bought merely as jewelry rather
than for their timekeeping accuracy.
In considering your graduation gift watch, come in and let
us show you our display of Elgin gift watches.
J. C. MITCHELL
Jeweler and Optometrist
The Professional Timekeeper
Vdni'diiy while oiirotitt1 home from
Lincoln vii rriH Ford, Representative
Dm Harbor stopped in Ulue Hill Hiid
proo-edod to sit tlt his dlflUniHies with
Cecil Matthews, odltor of Lender, ac
cording to the Qiieensbury rules. Dan
hit Mnttuews knocking him down and
blooded his nose und the bitter had
Dan arrested and brought before the
police judge for trial.
Music Dept. Gives Play
The music department of the Red
Cloud high school presented their play
"The Isle of Chance" to a large audi
ence at the auditorium last Thursdny.
and each of the students of MUs
Simmon?, the musical director, did
exceptionally well. Mis? Leoua Urea
key presided at the piano utid Mrs.
Geo. Kill ley stage director. The high
school orchestra rendered several
uumbers which showed their able train
Garfield to Have Fourth
of July Celebration
The Uarilctd Community folks will
put on (i big Fourth of July CVlebrnt.
ion this year. The details of the
are not yet worked out, but the
lowing plans nro decided upon.
1 A program by tho children, voting
folks, and Chorus of the Community in
2 A picnic dinuer.
3 A concert by the Garfield Orches
tra. 4 Addresses appropriate to tho day
by speakers to be announced later.
5 Athletics including base ball, foot
races, horse shoo pitching.
Committees on Program, Platform
aud athletics ure busy prepariug their
part of the days doings. Other com
mittees will be named hter.
A refreshment stand will be con
ducted by one of tho organizations of
The celebrution will be held In Ed
Wiggins picnic meadow, about three
miles east of the river bridge.
Itcd Oloud, Ncbr., May 1 J923
Several of the local base ball fans Mayor Peterson called Council to
aro busy organfz'ttL' a ball eatu for gcthcr in regular session with the fol
this city which iicid.iubt wi.' be the lowing members present: Hoffman,
best team our city .. pt...i.tced in Hummel, Amack nnd Christy,
yea.-. They expect i.. Imv ti hired. Minutes of April 3, April G, April
battciy nnd iiNn nnr i'. u- of tbo 23 an(l Am.j, 2J( i92;j 10ml and approv
team. Let the good nik u on boys. i
j Annual and monthly report of S. It.
Dan Hits Matthews i KloraTO Presented ordered placed
The Mayor made the following ap
pointments which weie confirmed by
Mrs. V. A. Sherwood, member Li
V. A. Patten, First Engineer at
$110.00 per month.
C. D. Whitaker, second Engineer
nt 5100 per month,
Bert Perry, third Engineer at $90.00
The Mayor appointed Lawrence
Doyle marshal at $90 per month.
Christy and Hoffman voting no.
Amack and Hummel, yes.
The Mayor then appoined Doyle to
hold over for the next month.
J.' A. McArthur appeared and re
quested that the storm sewer leading
to Crooked Creek on Seventh Avenue
be either tiled or lilted up.
Moved by Christy and seconded by
Amack that we advertise for bids to
tile the storm sewer. Yeas: Christy,
Arnnck and Hummel. No: Hoffman.
Re Cope, Rev. Hardman and Kev,
Tweedy appenrcd with petitions re
questing the Council not to allow
carnivals within the city during this
Moved by Hummel and seconded by
diiy i Hoffman that the Council refuse to
fol- ! irr;iiif cnfiiivnl lironso iltirimr tlin mi-
su'ng year. Yeas: Christy, Amack,
Hummel and Hoffman. Carried.
John Sheets appeared asking for n
license to run a taxi. Motion made
and seconded by Christy that John
Sheets be granted a taxi license. Yeas:
Chisty, Amack and Hoffman. No:
Moved by Christy and seconded by
Hoffman that an applicant must pro
cure a licence for each truck or dray
used for hauling within tho city limits
Yeas: Christy, Amack Hummel and
Moved by Hoffman and seconded by
Hummel that the Mayor and Clerk be
instructed to pay $3,000.00 on out
standing water bonds. Yens: Chris
ty, Amack, Hummel nnd Hoffman.
The following claims were taken up
separately and allowed and warrants
ordered drawn for then- payments:
H. M. Beard '$150.00
V. A. Patten 110.00
Chas. Whitaker 85.00
Bert Perry 75.00
Mnbel Albright . 30.00
Beginning at once, we will sell you your
choice of our large complete stock of Edison Blue
Amberol records at 35c each.
These are all 4 minute, indestructiable
Blue Amberol records, regularly priced at 60c
each. Now is the time to bring that record stock
up-to-date by adding some new records.
Come in and play them, no exchanges, no
records loaned while this low price holds.
E. H. Newhouse
YOST & SON INSTALL
NEW REFRIGERATOR PLANT
J. E. Yost & Son have in operation,
in their Fourth Avenue meat market
one of the latest, enclosed types of
York Refrigerating Plants, to be
found in this section, in fact, the only
one of the kind in this community.
Tho condenser, itself, is operated by
a five horse power electric motor and
approximately but 250 gallons of
water are required for a day's usage.
The workings of the plant, outside of
requiring the condenser, which is
mounted on a cement base, in tho base
ment and a small elevated brine tank,
in the renr cooler, only requires the
necessary piping in accordance with
tho cooler's capacity, furnishing the
desired temperature, without the la
bor, etc., incidental to the installation
of artificial ice. Due to these fea
tures, tho senior member of the firm
is frank to confess, he would as soon
close up shop as to go back to the
old method of filling the cooler, yet as
equally frankly acknowledging lied
Cloud artificial ice is excelled by none.
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SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
BCII80. - - Ind. 120x
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pulsipher nnd chli
drcn arrived hero from Holdrcge,
where he is working for the Burling
ton on train 11 Wednesday evening
for a few days visit with his parents,
,Mr. and Ms. E. J. Pulsipher.
C. R. Lewis
S R. Florance
Sam Mountford .-
Clins. Whitaker ....
Sam Thomnson 13.50
E. W. Stevens 2.C3
Marcus McOonkcy . . 3.15
Harve Hartman -... 2.10
John Wilson -. 2.10
Northwestern Stamp Works 5.5G
Mid-West Electric Co. 131.70
Sinclair Refining Co. 282.91
Crane & Co 22.35
Moved by Christy and seconded by
Amack that tho appointment of tho
mnrshal be reconsidered and tho
Council affirm the appointment of
Doylo. Yeas: Christy, Amncl: and
Hummel. No: Hoffman. Carried.
On motion Council adjourned.
tJLAUISSA M. MAYNARD,
Omar Wolfe came down from Mc
Cook Sunday morning to spend the
day visiting with friends, returning on
No. 17 that evening.
1 Suits 1
Distinguish the Best
From the Rest
Carters Knit Underwear
Ladies- Misses - Children s
In a Variety of Styles
Babys Vests and Bands
Cotton, Wooland Silk Wool
H. P. Weesnef Go.
I UNDERTAKING I
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hearse in Connection :
J Dost Service to Others Means Real Happiness to Oursolvos.
i BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB
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