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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MAY 17. 1923
STRAW HATS F
IN ALL THE NEV SHAPES AND STYLES
$1.50 to $4.00
New Oxfords, Crawfords, the Newest and Best
Quality shown in Red Cloud
$7.50 and $8.50
Red Cloud to Have Ball Team
Auto Thieves taken to Lincoln
The Harlow Oxford, nothing better for the
$5.00 and $6.50
Snappy Young Men's .Suits, in all the new
Fabrics and Models, priced from
$19.50 to $42.50
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Go. Co.
T'rt'hiy evening the hull faun of this
'iri lifld a iiivtflinu h tin (.' mmi'iulal
t'mtj i owns mill v i'pih I tin' inllowhitf
Pifjidi'iit (no. Kiiilny
Tiort'imir V, A .s'i m mhhi
Si'L'ielni.v .. It. Mi'Arttim
Asl Si'f. .1. V. Ltim.
Tliey luut niiiii TiH'silny ovcuinp
ami I lie soliciting coiiiinitti't' stated
tli nt omt S.'SOO a nionlli lias Wen laiiMid
to suppoi i the t en in
Harry Smith of Hasting has buuti
buutiruil to pitch and also he te.im cup
tain which asMires the futi a Kood
pitcher for the club. Several of the
local players will bo cm the tuaui aud
they will be paid for each name they
Different committees were appolut
ed and thoy are busy dolii their bit.
The season will be opened here
next Wednesday afternoon when the
Superior team will meet our bojs
ou the Starke diamond
The organization expects to piny
two games a weelc here, one during
the week days aud one on Sunday. The
ofticern expect to produce, n winning
team for lied Cloud this season.
HOARD OF EDUCATION
TRANSACTS MUCH BUS1NKSS
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
BASE BALL SEASON
A T RED CLOUD
WED., MA Y 23
STARKE DIAMOND, 3 p. m,
The visitors have a hired battery and are coming
up with a good team.
Harry Smith, formerly with the Chicago White
Sox, has been secured to pitch the season for Red
Cloud who will have a good team this season.
COME OUT AND SEE THIS GAME
Ked -Cloud, Nebruskn
May 11, 1923.
The Hoard of Education met in spe
cial session at the call of the Presi
dent at 8 o'clock p. m., at the Corn
net cinl Club rooms All membcts
Mr. Mcginnis the architect wan
picsent and .submitted a new p'.m foi
addition to new High School building.
Mr. Meginn's estimated that !u cost
cf t'as plan would he $30,000 at pres
ent prices of building material Mo
tion made by Ovciing and seconded
b, Sherwood that the Hoard accept
these plans. Motion earned.
Motion made by Perry and second
ed by Crabill that all plans for tc
building be postponed until the prices
of building materials are ba:k to
somewhere near normal. Motion car
ried. Motion made by Ovcring and s'es
onded by Perry that we install the
'Smith-Hughes course of teaching
Agricultuie and do away with the
Manuel Training course. Motion car
The Boaid decided to carry more
insurance on both school houses and
instructed the Secietary to place the
following amounts with the various
HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING
U. W. Stewart $5000, Bldg. only.
W. A. Sherwood ?5Q00, Bldg. only
F. E. Maurer $5000, Bldg. only.
S. R. Florance $5000, Bldg. only.
Joe Hewitt $1000, on contents only
O. C. Tecl $5000, Bldg. only
Geo. Hutchison $5000, Bldg only.
H. S. Foe, $5000, Bldg. only.
Joe Hewitt, $5000, 'Bldg only.
No further business appearing the
Tuebdny night, Marshal Doylo arrest
ed Arnold Cable and Dan Vanambitrg
of Lincoln who he simplclutie'l wen
driving a stolen car and placed them
in jail uliere thoy confessed to Sheillf
Waller Thoy stole the Fowl car fiom
. S. Cable of Lincoln and were taken
tothatelty today by ShorilV Waller.
Large Class to Graduate
Sunday evening the Baccalaureate
services for the class of lO'J.'t will be
held at the Muthodist climcli, Rev.
IlHidman ill preach the sermon
The following is the program for the
Class Plav to be given at the Bosso
Auditoiium next Wednesday evening
"THE NEW CO-ED'"
An Original Comedy in Four Acts
Letltla Willis Elsie Jemborg
A Dew student from a small town
Madge Stevens Jessie Crabill
Lutty's friend aud champion
Estella Doolittle. .MarcolU Stockman
A spoiled beauty
Miss Rice Leona Ureakey
May ( Happy Hadell
Rose College Chums- B'rlxFlorHnce
Grace ( Nellie Kalley
Punch Doolittle Gordon Hamilton
The miscbevlous workbatlrg brother
i , of Katclla
Rktrd .Bradley (Dick).. Edgar Amack
The athletic star ot the cIhSs
Jim Y6ung Clifford Slebert
A neutral aud Coach ot Dramatic Club
Geo. Washineton Watts.. Win. Buutley
Porter, a gentleman of color and 'peace'
Students-The Dramatic Club and (Jleo
Club, Membeih of the Senior Class 1!)'.M
Music Red Cloud U. S Orchestia
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
Oveiture....Red Cloud 11. S Orchestra
March Red Cloud II S. Orchestia
Invocation Rev. H. A . Fi ant.
Salutatory Erwlu Schnelber
Vocal Solo Mrc Chal Gellatly
Oration .... "Strong in The Pinches'
E L Rouse
Music Senior Girls Octet
Piesentatiou of Diplomas-E. J.Overing
Valedictory Neva liruuer
Benediction Rev. C. G Nelson
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Intl. 12 Ox
Michael Donovan, one of the pioneers
of this part of the state, pnsned away
early Wednesday morning after an ill.
ness of several months duration at
home of Mrs. McChitosh where be had
been staying the past few yeais.
The deceased wns bom in Ireland
and came to the United Statps In 1S."7
or '58 He eatno to Webster county in
1978 and holped build the C. B. O.
track thru heie and at Rlverton. Ho
was section foreman hero for many
years but retired sevcial years ago and
has always made his home in the city
He was a member of the Catholic
church. Funeral services were con
ducted by Father Fit?genild at the
Amack mortuary this afternoon after
which interment ( was made in tho
Neva E. Bruner
Gayle L. Renfro
Leona G. Ureakey
Iona L. Funk
Gordon C. Hamilton
Josephine L. Cloud
Wm. H. Bentley
Mablo Eva Grossman
Ashton R. A lies
Amelia V. Steward
Ruth V. Atkinson
Nollie Irene Kalley
Harold Wesley Pope ,
Alfred C. McCall
Charlotte E. Johnson
Katheriue A Norrls
Jessie II. Crabill
Hat old Homer Whitakor
Clifford C. Siebert
Cecil W. Means
Elizabeth L Leadabrand
MBry Lois McBride
Ilah II. Bairott
Henrietta F. Stowaid
Estella Ruth Carter
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Murnahan receiv
ed word Wednesday stating that their
daughter-in-law, Mrs Lewis Murna
han, passed away Sunday at a hospital
In Ohio and the funeral services will
be hold at Downs, Kas , Friday aftor
noon, They will attend tho funeral.
The husband of the deceased was ktl.
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hearse In Connection
Best Service to Others Mesne Real Happiness to Ourselves.
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD. NEB
8 '" X V'aF" " 'U"BlS
A DEMONSTRATION will be held at My Store
May 31st and June 1st
I To show you how to use these VARNISHES to beautify
your home. Come in and learn now to grain in o minutes.
CHAS. L. COTTING, The Druggist.
B. C. Bui don, who has boon p'ant
manager of the telephone .system a:
Wilcox for several months, has ac
cepted tho position of plant manager
of tho Farmei.s' Independent Tele
phone Co., of this city. His many
ediu the battle of tho Argonno forest ' frlenils heie a,c K,a(l lo sco hlm 8fc
during the World War. this position. ,l
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oglevie, Mes
dames Murnaham, Sutton, Cooper,
Mai tin, Rathjon and the Misses Ruth
Over'ng and Claia Shultz attended
tho district meeting of the Rebekah
lodge held at Ne'son last Friday. Tho
ladies tsecurcd the meeting for this
place nextXyear. ""V , ji
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