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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MAY 10. 1U23
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Arrested for Illegal
Possession of Booze
Everyone likes to save on their Clothing.
That can't be done by buying cheap merchan
dise. Buy your Clothing and Furnishings here.
4 We can ave you money. We sell well Known wi
lines. The kind that give satisfaction or your
Hart-Schaf fner & Narx 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
UOOUS VHEl'tK YOU ARfc. READ lO 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, caieJ In yellow, white or green colj
accordinc to uality of caie
When You, Give a Graduation Watch
Qive It for a Lifetime
Almost everywhere you go you hear peQple
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 lilgin u.ift watches,
J. C. MITCHELL
Jeweler and Optometrist
The Professional Timekeeper
VALLEY GOLF ASSOCIATION
l COMPETES HERE MAY
Sunday uiniiiliii: u- Iteit M lor, Will
I'IiicIht mid Uniiv M i'U iwmv Iriv
injr I'VmiI urtr (lmMi til siioet tliey
Wt-rc incited lit"l n -lie. I In SlivrifF
Wnl't't who fun ml it 1 tut nt "uihv.i'" ill
thoii po -elon. I hey
liotot o .Imlno lUtitii'.v,
pk'ti'Hii jrullty mid llni'il W Aicli
Uftii was urri'itod on iliu oli.uyn of
scllinu' lnjuor to tliein and lie pnid u
lino of $l(M) and costs.
A Rcpublictui Valley Golf Associa
tion was formed some' weeks oro and
includes Rolfitci of Franklin, Camp
bell, Arapahoe, Orleans, Alma and liiis
city. The Association stages a cup
contest ou'i-y Sundny on the Kolf
links of the ?xrious clubs anil on Sun
('ay, May 20th. the Franklinitcs will
won- brought be ttio guests oi tjie members oi me
Moniluy, ouuli Heel Cloud Country Club. l ommcr-
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS IN
SESSION ON TUESDAY
Red Cloud, Nebraska
May 8, 1!)2J5
The County Uoard of Commission
sioners met as rr adjournment at
10 o'clock p. m. All members present
A lcsoltttion adopted by the Web
ster County Ministerial Association
was filed with the BcVird protesting
against the granting of permits for
Sunday Base Hall and Gun Club
practice. No action taken by Uoard
on this matter at this time.
County Attorney Foe turned over
to fcoard a check for $851.30 which
he collected from the Fidelity & De
posit Co. of EMtimore, Maryland, in
payment of flaxes due Webster county
from Ex-Treasurer Frank Starr, who
wan bonded by the above company.
The following claims were audited
and allowed and County Clerk in
structed to draw warrants on the pro
per lunils for same.A
POOR FARM FUND
Ed Lewis .
Irvin Harpham -. .
St.ind.ird Oil Co.
No fuither business appearing tl'.o
Hoard adiourned to meet June lc.
U. F. PERRY.
HOARD MAY TAKE ON
Mothers' Day Program at the
Garfield Community Church
The following program will bo rend
ered ill the (Jin Hold Community Church
Sunday morning at 11. Sunday School
will meet nt 10.
Reoitntlou Robert Kslielumn
Recitation Erma Shipman
Exercise by Juniors
"Mother, of the Dltilo"
Solo Mrs .lohn Drahe
Recitation Robert McNntt
Recitation Katherlne Wagoner
Tributes to Mother.. by IutermcdUtefc
Recitation Kenneth Kent
Cradle Song llcrnlrc Drake
Recitation Nellie West
Solo Liiban Wagoner
Recitation Lola Amaek
Recitation Juiuota McNutt
Message to Mothers from Mrs W. J.
Lippeucott, Mrs. H. E Esbelman and
Song by congregation.
At the opening of the program the
Pastor will give a Miort athliess on
"The Meaning and Purpose of M thei's.'
A Community Revival Now
on at the Brethren Church
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
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Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - ind. 120x
Red Cloud, Nebiaska.
May 7, 1023.
The Hoard of Education met in reg
ular session at the Commercial Club
rooms at 8 o'clock p. m. All mem
The minutes of April 2nd, 11th and
21th read and approved.
Mr. J. II. Pearson State Supcivisor
of Agricultural Education was pres
ent and made a thorough explanation
of the Smith-Hughes plan of teach
ing agriculture. Mr. Pearson was ask
ed to look over our present equipment
and on his report of same, the Hoard
would adopt this course in place of
the Manual Training Department.
The following bills were audited and
allowed and Secretary instructed to
diaw warrants for same:
Art Nelson S 7.20
Piatt & Frees
A. L. Burton
H. F. Perry .. .
E. W. Stevens
F. (. Turnure & Son .
Red 'Cloud Chief
Johnson & Graham
Geo. W. Trine
Wilson Chemical Co. ,
R. P. Wcesner So.
F. G. Turnure & Son
Mrs. Harbara Phares ...
Red Cloud Suitatorium
Superior Color Press ...
Allyn & Hacon
University Pub. Go
No further business
Hoard adjourned Sine Die.
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The new Hoard met pursuant to the
adjournment of tlie old Hoard.
The credentials of E. J. Overing
and A. 15. Crabill the newly elected
i members wcic received and placed on (
On motion Mrs. Y A. Sherwood '
was elected temporary chairman. The !
itoaid now proceeded to organize for
the new year and the following of
ficers were elected by ballot:
E. L. Grimes, piesidont.
C. J. Pope, vice ptesident.
H. F. Perry, secictary.
Superintendent Gelwick made n do-
tailed report of the Lsle of Chance
Operetta held recently which sliowed
n profit of ? 10 27 to the School Dis
trict. No further business appearing tho
B. F. PERRY,
The evangelistic meetings now being
conduct I'd in the Brethren Chuicli
under the direction of Reverend and
Mrh Jaiboe uro priigit'ssing very
splendidly. Each niKht the nudiene
grows lnrgur and the interest in
ereaso". There is still some avail
able space for seating in the hide room.
Hxtia chairs will be provided each
evening as need requires. We are
going to close in on Mr. Jarboc within
a few evenings by plaelng elmiiH in
nil the avuilatilo space up to and in
cluding a part of the rohtiim. The
evangelist may as woll begin to accus
tom himself to using a little less llooi
apitce while he preacho", for wo will
soon need the extra room. Those,
who hear the message one evening do
not wunt to mUs the next one, and this
means a steady Increase in both iiiiiu
bers and interest.
Tonight has been designated aa
family night. Let whole families como
together. We'll reserve a row of seats
for all who so desire. The young
people have boon coming in increasing
numbers. Wo still want inoro of them.
Meetings begin each evening prompt
ly at 8:00, Saturday included. Get
your shopping dono early Saturday
OYenlng, aud be at the church by 8 00.
Sunday School at 10 n. m .'
Morning worship at 11.
Sunday Evening Prayer Service at
7:45, Sermon to follow. The subject
for the overling will bo, "One of tho
Hi eatest problems tho World Is Pacini-."
This u COMMUNITY RRVIVAL and
is for nil. Let everybody join in that
wo may rejoice together in the uplift
of that which Is good, and in tlm
bunging to Cluist those who have not
yet found him us their Savior.
II. A. FRANTZ, Pastor
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hearse in Connection
Best Service to Othors Means Real Happiness to Ourselves.
J BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB
Dr. R. S. Martin was in Inavale
Wednesday cvcn'ng where he r:an!n
ed a class of candidates for tho M.
W. A. lodge.
Fred Henderson, Chester Roberts
and Don Wilson were in Smith Contor
tho last of the week, whero they rcg'
ister preparatory to drawing the ad
justed compensation, whidh KansaB
will pay her ex-service men.
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1 Suits 1
Distinguish the Best
From the Rest
Carters Knit Underwear
Ladies- Misses - Childrens
In a Variety of Styles
Babys Vests and Bands
Cotton, Wooland Silk Wool
A P. Weesnep Go.
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