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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. MAY 24. 1923
STRAW HATS FOR
IN ALL THE NEW SHAPES AliD STYLES
$1.50 to $4.00
New Oxfords, CrawEords, the Newest and Best
Quality shown in Red Cloud
.v $7.50 and $8.50
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
OPENING GAME SUNDAY
The Red Cloud ball team will open
the scasoji heic Sunday afternoon
p. 1 ing the wcathei c'euis un. The
Smith Center team i hooked to pfay
ur team. Smith and Wailincen will
.he t'-e battery for t lie bal club.
I Come nrd see the jn; ie.
AMERICAN LEGION MEMBERS
Net Sunday, May 27th, is Mem
orial Sunday and all members are ie
quested to meet at the Club lorn at
10:43 a. m., and attend he Union scr
v'ecs at the Besso Auditorium at 11
Wdnesday, May 30th jou are ic
questcd to be out in uniform at 1:15
to participate in the services in mem
oi y of the veterans, who have an
swered the final muster.
Dr. R. S. Mai tin, Commander.
A. B. McArthur, Adjutant.
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING HUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
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
Ernest Welsch Died Suddenly
Ernest Welsch, one of the most high
ly respected citizens and old pioneers
of this city, p.i'hed away at his home
in the First ward, about five o'clock
Wednesday afternoon. The immediate
cause of his death being a Miolce of
paralysis, Mr Weleh for many years
conducted u restaurant near the depot
Resides the aged wlfo he is survived
by n nephew HenVy Welaoh, and other
relatives He had broil a tnembor of
the I. O. O F lodge for many years
and this lodge will have charge of the
funeial se: vices which will be held at
the Christian church Suudaj afternoon
at 2 o'clock. The obltuaiy will appear
Baccalaureate Services I
Held at M. E. Church
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A DEMONSTRATION will be held at My Store
IW&y 31st &wd Jgssio '1st
To show you how to use these VARNISHES to beautify
your home. Come in and learn how to grain in 5 minutes.
CHAS. L. COT71NG, Tho Druggist.
On account of high water west of
hcie No. 11 was detoured via Hast
ings Wednesday morning. The track
was in such condition later that it
was not necessary to detour No. 10
they coming througk from MoOook
about on time. . ,
Charley Syv&ttz of Bladen was a lied
Mrs. W. H. McKimmey and daugh
ter, Mrs. W. B. Smith went to Hol
diege Tuesdny morning, they being
called theto by the serious condition
of Eail McKimmey. He was to be
operated on for appendicitis Tuesday
Thomas Swartz wut.to Kansas City
this morning to buy cattle.
Observance of Memorial
Day at Besse Auditorium
Memoiial day wilt be observed ne.t
Sunday in the Uesso Auditorium at
11:15 A.M. The local ministerial as
sociation has conferred with Dr. Mar
tin and are assured that this year the
Legiou boys will atteud this service
in a boiy Dr. Mai tin also very kindly
oifeied that the Legion would provide
a car to bring the veterans of the Civil
War, who hie yet living in the com.
munity, to this sorvlco. The churches
of our town will have their Sunday
School at the usual hour and close
pi omptly at 11 o'clock. It will thus
be possible for all to be at the Audi
torium at the 11:15 hour
Below is the order of service:
"Ameiica the Beautiful" Cqngregation
The gtadunting class of '"-'.', consist.
Ing of .1 of Hod Cloud's hchool bojb
and Rlrl, took their respective chihn
nt the M E Church on last SuihIhv
evening, and listened to a splendid
sermon pleached by the Rev. Samuel
Ilardman, on the subject "Wheio
Them is no Vision the I'eoplo Polish '
"Vision is needed by all," he continued
"but the necessity of today Is the
right kind of vision." And he dwelt
on the subject of self-saerlllee. saying
that, "Self-miuiiitco is not a bitter cut
ting away of our personality. It is
the enlaignnent of our pcsonallty to
embrace others We pass the boundry
ot !' and 'you' and think in terms of
'wo' and 'our' and lo, we have found
our greater solves."
The church was full to oveitlowing
and necessitated putting scats in the
aisles to accomodate the large audi
ence. The invocation 'a us by Uev. Nelson,
the lesson wa9 read by Rev. Friinti,
and Itev. Twvcdy pronounced the
benediction. Rev Copo was muster
of ceretnonles. The hymns and an
them sung by the choir were beauti
The Senior Class Play
Last night the senior class play, an
original comedy in four acts entitled
"Tile New Co-Ed" was pi eseuted to a
large audience at the Hesse Audi
torium. The following were the leading
characteis: Elsie Jeinberg, .kssie
Crnbill, Mm eel I a Stockman, Leona
Uieakey, Happy Hiulell, lleatrl.t Flor
ance, Nellie Kuiley, Gordon llainlltoti,
Edgar Amuck, ClilTovd Slebert, Krwln
Schnelber, and they under the splen
did tiuiulng of Mis. Kailey, carried
out theii pints exceptionally well
which pleased the audience. Allied
McChII and Uaylo Renfio put on the
specialties betweou acts which brought
forth consideiable mirth fiom the
The high school orchestra rendered
several selections befote the Hist act.
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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SCHAAF & TURNER
The Old Settlers Meeting
The Old Settlers Meeting in the
Gat Held Community church last Eii-
J day evening was cut short by the
'storm, which proved to be quite (lis
'ast rous to some of the Kansas folks in
All of the spenkeis were piosent
except Emanuel Peters of Guide Rock
Invocation Rev. H. W. Cone ' and Chtules Guruey of Red Cloud who
Choi us Comblued Choir ' weiu kept away by ill health. All hud
Sciipturo Rev. II. A. Fiantz messages of leal inteiest and gao
Prayer Rev. I V. Kdson ' them lu wajs that wore pleasing to
Choi us Combined Choir ttie crowded house of auditoi s.
Sermon Rev. C. (1. Nelson The suggestion was made of a prr-
"Ameiicu" ongiegation inanent oigani.Htlou of the Old Set
Benediction... Rev. Samuel Ilardman tiers of the Community. In all pro-
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. J20x
1 THAT ARE REAL VALUES
TUYALLUP BRAND GALLON BLACKBERRIES
bablllty this btiggostiou will be acted
upon In the future and steps taken to
not only make these meetings a yearly
matter but also to keep lecord of the
addresses given ami events related.
The olo9ing addiess by N. H. Wngon
er and the" Inst two numbers of tho
oiehestra were necessarily omlted be
cuuso of the uigonoy
avoid the storm
lavoiaule cltcumstances llio meeting
pioved to be one of rare interest and
well wot 111 having.
PUYALIiUP BRAND GALLON RASPBERRIES -PUYALLUP
BRAND GALLON LOGANBERRIES
BROOKDALE BRAND GALLON PEACHES
THESE ARE ALL QUALITY GOODS
RED SALMON tall cans
RED SALMON Ys flat cans
SWEET POTATOES No. 2!i cans
The Huilington has just issued
Mr N. R. Rnsh will act as musical
II. A. Franti:.
See. Ministeilal Ass'n.
Decoration Day Program
The following is the piogr.im for
Decoiation Day, Wednesday, May 110,
i.UO p. in : Parade will form on coin
er of Webster stioot and 1th avenue
Allsoldlersof the Civil, Spanish Ameri
can. Ameileau Legion members uud
World War vetetaus will march in n
body to tho cemetery wheie they will
decoiato tho giavcs of the deeoiuod their new time card, which takes ef
comindeaand tho Legion will couduot feet May 27th. While theie aic no
their service changes in the train .service through
2:10 llessc Auditoi ium i,crc they have made a change in the
SonS Combined Choir service out of Hastings, which will
Invocation Rev. I. W. Kdson bo of interest to Lincoln and Omaha
Address b. J. Overinu. .fr.. 0,.. t.,,..i r Mn,, .n.
l0UB' Combined Choir ,ect connecUonB llt Hnbtlngs as hoc-
r.'i'n';;"; , " anptofore, it will be necessary to wait
Lincoln's Gettysburg Speech ' t, .t ,- .- . .
iaAMn u''0"l', there until 5:45 p. m. for tin east
List of Deceased Soldiera bou"d xttraln or ? " toiAurora. "d
Song Choir and Audience ctch No' 40 for Li"cu.ln , an"l"e
Star Spangled Ranner . I there nt 0:50 p. m. This Is a little
-, , higher there being a difference of
, One inch and sixtyQve hundredths of 85 cents in the fare. The service. via,
ma uu mi tuig niiiK, vvymoro nas not peea cau(i(p:u.
PUNCH BRAND PINEAPPLE large cans
PHONE US YOUR ORDER FOR FRESH VEGETABLES AS
PARAGUS, RADISHES, ONIONS-HOME GROWN.
S.Hr.3 Ij The R. P. Weesner Co. j
.auees iiiu 1 1 iu u l 1 1 1 lt x.x yt'v
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hearse In Connection
Deit Service to Others Meane Real Happlneee to Ourielvea.
BOTH PHONES RED. CLOUD, NEB
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