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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JUNE 7. IU23
STRAW HATS FOR
IN ALL THE NEW SHAPES AND STYLES
$1.50 to $4.00
New Oxfords, CrawEords, the Newest and Best
Quality shown in Red Cloud
$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
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
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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
For the recovery of the body of George
Anderson, drowned in the Republican River,
near Franklin on Sunday, June 3, 1923. Any
one locating the body may receive reward by
A. W. Anderson
Hildreth, :-: Nebr.
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
June 5, 1923.
Maor Peterson cal'ed Council to
gether in regular session at Council
Chamber. Members present: Christy,
Amack. Hummel and Hcffman. MM
uets of meeting of May 1 read and ap
proved. Monthly report of S. R.
Florance presented and ordered p'ac-
ed on file Annual report of Clarissa
M. Maynard presented and ordered
placed on file.
W. A. Patten appeared and asked
for a ia!se in his salary of $10.00 per
month. Moved by ChvUty and sec
onded by Amack that Patten be given
a raise of $10.00 per month in hfs
salary. Yeas: Christy and Amack.
Nays, Hoffman and Hummell Lost.
Application of John Daikle" for
license to operate a confcctionaiy
stand and corn popper laid over until
Moved by Christy and seconded by
Amack, that the city consult an en
gineer as to plans and specifications
preparatory to tileing the water way
on Eighth Avenue. Yeas: Amack
Christy and Hummel. No: Hoffman.
Councilman Hoffman, chairman of
Finance committee presented esti
mate of expense for the year 1924
and moved its adoption, seconded by
Hummel. Yeas: CJiristy, Amack,
Hoffman and Hummel. Carried.
Application of S. R. Lewis for a
raise in his salary of $13 per month.
Moved by Hoffman and seconded by
Hummel that the Clerk be instructed
to renew ithe $8,000.00 Fire and Tor
nado Insurance on the IPower House
with the American Insurance Co.
Also the Workman Compensation
with the Globe Indemnity Co. Yeas:
Christy, Amack, Hoffman and Hum
The following claims were allowed:
H. M. Beard $150.00
W. A. Patten 11000
C. D. Whitaker 100.00
Bert Perry 90.00
Mabel Albright 30.00
Lawrence Doyle 90 00
C. R. Lewis 85.00
S. R. Florance -' 331.34
Mabel Albright 20.95
H. E. Hall 4.00
O. Martinson 9.30
John Hays 19.65
W. D. Edson 3.40
Vern Henderson . 6.00
Luther Simpson 2.00
J. G. Parsons .50
John Wilson ,-. 33.00
W. Brouillette i. 5.10
George W. Trine t 5.73
Fred R. Higbie - 39.00
L. Sherman .. 5.1o
J. A. Coon .75
J. C. Delph i- 5.40
Electric Sen-ice Co. JZL. 10.26
Zeptino Meter Co. 167.79
Crane & Co. 18.05
Sinclair Ref. Co. 162.18
O. C. Teel 128.40
Joe Hewitt 228.45
Joe Morgan ..... 1.50
Noithwest Petroleum Co. 500.30,
Mathieson Alkili Works 33.11
, Judge Blackledge Weds '
Judge Lowls 11. Hlaclcledgo of Red
Cloud, Nebr , and Miss Matilda Me.
Ciolland, of Hastings, were married at
tho chapel of the First Presbyterian
Church in Lincoln on Monday, June 4,
1923, byUev. BonJ. M. Nyce, D. I),
pastor of that church.
Miss McClelland has heretofore de
voted herself to school work nnd for
several years resided In Hastings, hold,
ing the position of principal of the Al
oott school, anil Iihb a large circle of
friends She formerly taught In the
Red Cloud High School, and the c
quulntaucc of tho parties dates back to
high school days In IUoomlugton.
Judge Hlackledgc has been engaged
iu his profession as a lawyer for ap
proximately twenty five years at Red
Cloud, htul Is now Judge of the District
Court of the tenth Nebraska district.
At this time ho Is engaged in serving
on the Supremo Coin t at Lincoln and
when he lias Mulshed his woilc there,
about July 1st, they will take up their
resldeuco in the JJhiekledgo home ut
The 'Chief along with the mnuy
friends, extends cougrat ulations
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
COMMITTEES NAMED FOR
THE BIG CELEBRATION
The Booster Club, at a meeting last
night appointed the following conv
mitteeso look after the work of the
big ceteTTration at Red Oloudf June
Entertainment Fred Henderson,
Jas. Gilliam, W. A. Sherwood and
Free Dinner for Grass Hopper Year
Settlers C. C. Howe, H Elmore and
Sports And Parade Committee-
Ben Copley, Earl Hall and Carl Og-levie.
Advertising Committee W. J.
Linn, W. G. Hamilton and H. a Gel-
Things are being pushed rapidly
posters and newspapers announce
ments will carry the detail.
Everybody is working to make this
the biggest celebration Red Cloud
ever had, and they are going to do it.
The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
Auto Hearse In Connection
Best Service to Others. Means Reel Happlntss to Oursslvss.
RED CLOUD, NEB
Mrs. II. C. Gcllatly, who 1ms been
visiting in Hastings with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Malonc ni)d
in Lincoln for the past couple- of
weeks returned home Tuesday evening.
Miss Mabel Pope, who has been
teaching in Sheridan, Wyoming, the
Past school year, arrived home Sun
day to spend the summer vacation
hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Notice Is hereby given that thoWob.
ster County Hoard of Equilizntlon will
be In session nt tho Court flotisc in
Red Cloud. Nebraska on Juno 13th. 11th
and lfith, 1023
Said Hoard will Equllize tho 1023
Personal assessments as between the
different precincts of Webster County
I nnd also hear any complaints regard.
t incr tho valuations as plnced on Real
Pltaso take notice thnt this Is the
only lime tlio Hoard has authority to
chango any valuations and after tho
adjournment of the Doard of Equlllza
tlon for 1023, no chauges can bo made
JJ. P. Perry, County Clerk.
Webster Co. Cattle Again
Take Top Market at K. C.
Webster County feed lots were well
represented on the Kansas City cattle
market Jane i by 11 Hereford steers
that 6cored the top price for the day
and for the year by soiling at $10.90 a
hundredweight. These market-toppers
were two-year-olds raised aud fed
by J. H. Crary of Guide Rock They
wore well-fatteued and rendered as to
loin and quarters, and were the calves
from Mr. Crary's herd of Hereford
cows. The top figure was forty cents
higher than bulk of sales which rang
ed from 89 00 to 810.50, showing a very
satisfying premium paid for the good
"whitcfaces" from Webster County.
The second highest price for the day
went to R. Morgan of Plattsburg,
Missouri, who marketed 52 Panhandle
branded Herfords weighing an average
of 1478 pounds each that brought SlO -85
V. P. Drown ot Hubbcll, NebrnBka,
also offered an attractive bunch of
"Whltefaces" nt Kansas City on Juno
1. His four car string averaged 1120
pounds a head aud sold at 810 75 a
a hundredweight. Tho lirown cattlo
were branded Colorado Herfords, of
mountain type and bleeding.
DO NOT FAIL TO SEE THAT WONDERFUL PICTURE
FROM SIR HALL CAtNE'9 GREAT NOVEL
THIS PICTURE WHICH IS ONE OF THE SENSATIONS OF PIC
TURE WORLD WILL BE SHOWN WITH SPECIAL MUSIC.
HAROLD LLOYD Comedy
At BESSE AUDITORIUM
RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
JUNE 12 JUNE 13
AT THE EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES OF
40c and 20c
Red Cloud Beats Guide Rock
May Weather Report
Temperature Mean 59 dog., maxi
mum 81 deg on 31st, minimum 27 deg.
Precipitation: Total 3.C0 inches.
Number of days Clear 15. partly
cloudy 5, cloudy 11, Dates of frost
Killing 8,0, 10. Thunderstorms 2, 7,
10, 22, 23, 21, 20, 110. Prevailing wind
S. E. 11 days. Precipitation since Jan.
1st, 0 10 inches.
Wednesday afternoon the Guide
Rock team and the local club crossed
bats on the Starke diamond. Smith
was on the mound fof Red Cloud and
he allowed the visitors three hits, only
one of their players reaching third
huso. Matthews was on tho mound
for Guide Rock and our boys run in
two scores each inning, the first, fourth
aud eighth. Red Cloud won tho gume
by a score of G to 0. Our team has
been strengthened up, Chuck Green
halph made his debuto in tho Held
yehteiduy, and .Too Pior a fast and
snappy player will bo found on second
bHbc, The Alma team, which Is a good
one, wilt bo liore Sunday afternoon
Miss Marie Laurangcr went to
Lincoln Friday morning on train 4
after spending tho past few days
here visiting at the James Mcintosh
The ball club autoed to Alma Sun
day but owing to the heavy rain the
game was called off nnd this club
comes here Sunday to play the local
Clms. S. Ludlow, Observor. isville with her father.
W. II. Roscncrnns returned home
Tuesday evening from Dorchester,
where he has been spending tho past
couple of days attending to business
Mrs. Elizabeth Foe jcturned to this
city the latter pait of last week after
spending tho past few months in Lew-I & Graham Furn. Co., Red Cloud, Nebr.
Wo sell tbem for less. Cash or Credit.
IT'S II TO HE POOR but you
dont need much money to buy what
you need In tho wny of Furniture,
Rugs, Draperies, or dishes at Johnson
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