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iW V0LUME 51 RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JUNE 21. 11)23 NUMBER 25.
i3339r93:-aaa3333333SI331S3,a .Red Cloud Defeats Osborne
FOR THE BIO
CELEBRATION DAY, JUNE 28
Sewall's Chemically Pure Mixed Pah,.s Gal. $3.25
Sewall's Interior Flat Wall Finish. Gal $2.75
These prices for Colored Only, White 10c higher.
I have sold Sewalls Paint for 25 years and they
have proved superior to many other brands and equal
to any. Now is your chance to get the best for the
price of a poor quality.
Iron Clad Barn Paint. Gal S1.50
CHAS. L. COTTING,
Sunday Hfternoou the base ball fans
luul the pleasure -f wltnes-lug an
other fust game that was the ceusatiou
ot the season, on Hit lioui diamond.
J tie Osborne, Kansas team and the
local team pulle'l oil un eleven inulng
battle HiMt wu won y the local club
by u sci.ro of J to 3 The fe.uutes of
the came was the phi lug of Denton
ami INk-'- while El mure -aved the day
wnen Mt the but.
The tcim goes to fcmllh CVnter, Sun
day wlieio they e.speet to win another
l-V lowing ! the box snore:
THK HEAL PURPOSE
war - -- -
I i wi i
GABERDINE, MOHAIR, PALM BEACH
$13.50 to $35.00
BAL BRIGAN, PORUS KNIT
LONG AND SHORT SLEEVES
ATHELETIC 75c TO 92.00
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LQWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 12 Ox
Ye , Garber's
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper. Paints.
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
Framing. x -.
Mrs. V. R. Lippincott and daugh
ter, Lucille-, went to Selden, Kansas,
Wednesday morning where slie will
.spend a couple of weeks visiting nt
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Mrs. Margaret Dow icsumcd her
journey to Corey, Ohio, Wednesday
morning after spending the past
couple of weeks here visiting at the
Home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kaloy
and with other relatives.
Pior -' l
Denton s s
Versaw 1 h
HI more 3 b
Ihiir v (
xx Poluicky ef
x Palmer if
is i o :t:5
xx Itmed for Kuley in 8th.
xx Hatted for Ureeuhalgh in 8th
Taylor s h
3G 3 s .'11 i :i
Summary: Two base hits, Elmore
and Seaman. Stolen bases, Waldren.
Sacrifice lilts, vValgren, Versaw, Ltran.
dt, Waldren. Taylor. Double plays. 4,
Cochran and Brandt, Denton to Plzer
to Versaw 2, Denton to Mersaw 1.
Loft on bases Osborne 1; Red Cloud
G; Bases on balls, Osborne 2, Red Cloud
2. Struck oat by Smith 14, Cochran
12 Hits oft" Smith 8, Cochran 0.
Score by innings
123450780 10 11
O. 00 0 030000 0 0 3
RC 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1.4
Defeats Superior 6 to 3
Wednesday afternoon the local ball
team went to Superior where they
crossed bats with the team there and
made them bite the dust on their own
diamond. The features of the game
was the batting of Oleason, Smith, El
more and Denton while Pizer, Denton,
Versaw and Smith pulled off three
double plays that made the fans go
wild. Superior comes here next Thurs
day to play the rub game
Red Cloud AB R H POAE
Plzer 2b 4 015 30
Sargent c f , ss 3 11 12 0
Walgren c 2 10 9 0 0
Versaw lb 3 10 810
Smith p 4 112 2 0
Elmore 3 b, of 4 ll 0 12
Dentou s s, 3d 4 12 100
Greenhalgb. If 4 0 1 10 0
Palmer rf 4 0 0 0 0 0
The big celebration June 23th has
an idea behind it, that is larger than
just the in 'at enjoyable day ever
held in Red Cloud.
Our mei chants want to enlarge
their trade territory and they
want to acquaint you with the fact
that Red Clo-d is the host town in
this vlc'ntty in which to do your trad
Thoy know that people aie from
Misiotui and want to ne s-tiown, and
the live merchants of Red Cloud arc
yoinj; to offer bargains on this day
Dial wi'l make your trip to the big
celobialion of profit as well as n
In addition to the b.irgums, when
ao olfcicd, (that you may get ac
quainted at our expense,) a great
deal of merchandise wi'l tie legal il
ly priced Lsok this merchandise
over, conpaie it with the prices and
qualities elsewhere and they feel
sure you will do your trading m Red
But be uic to be at the cclebiafon
You w'll i egret it if you don't and so
Beginning at once, we will sell you your
choice of our large complete stock of Edison Blue
Amberol rccbrds 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
Peter A. Hansen
Peter A. Hansen, who had been in
poor health for several years, passed
away 1'Ylday at the home of his son, P.
A. Hansen, lie-was born In Doumarlc,
Sejjtpmber 17, 13U and was aged 78
years, S mouths, and 23 days.
Mr. Unusen came to America seeking
a laud of lnrger opportunity 1 his
youth. On December 13, tST.'l, at Clint
on, Iowa, the Rev. Carl Nelseti oxidat
ing, he united in martlage with Missj
Mary Jacobsen, also a native of Don-1
mark. To this union were born: one'
sou, P. J. of Red Cloud; and three
daughters Ceristlnc, Anna, and Sarah
The three daughters preceeded their
fatnerto the Great Iteyoud,
Mr. and Mrs. Hansen came to Red
Cloud many years ago where he engag.
ed in the Laundry business which has
grown with the town ills wife fell
asleep in 11)01 since which time he
made his home with bis son
Mr. Hansen attended the Danish
Lutheran church and was a member of
the Odd Fellow's Lbdge of Red Cloud.
The funeral services were held at the
Christian church of Red Cloud on
Monday afternoon, conducted by Rev.
C. G Nelson. The Odd Fellows were
out iu form and took charge of the
servico at the grave. The interment
belug made in the Red Cloud cemetery.
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 wo 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
Gleason s s 5
Campbell c 3
D Lyue 2 b 3
Wilcox 1 b 4
B Lyne 3 b 4
Lovwell c f 4
Donahoo If 4
Maggart rf 3
Van Meter p rf 3
xDlnnel p l
0 7 27 9 2
34 3 G
xBatted for Maggart in 7th
Summary: 3 base hit Gleason; 2 base
hits Smith, Elmore and Denton; Sacri.
lice hit Sargeut; Double plnys 4, B.
Lyne to D. Lyne to Wilcox, Smith to
Versaw. Denton to Plzer to Versaw,
Plzer to Sargent to Versaw; Rases on
balls, Smith 3, VanMeterS, Dlnnel 1;
6truck out by Smith , VnuMeter C.
Dinuel 3; loft on bases, Red Cloud 1,
To Make Highways Safe
Answering the question: "What
Must You Do to Make the Highways
More safe," the pupils of a Colorado
school submitted the following rules:
I will uot play in the street.
I will not ride a bicycle on the side
I will not play in the railroad yard.
I will not jump on wagona or cars
1 will not run in front of street oars
I will not hold an umbrella in front
of my face while crossiug the street.
1 will not cross the street in the
middle of the block.
1 will not stand in the street while
waiting for the street car.
I will look in all directions before
crossing a busy street.
I will wait for the policeman's sig
nal. I will help youuger ehildieii on the
I will keep to the right at all times.
Rach pupil pledged himself to prac
tice these safety rules until the tules
had become a habit and a part of their
every day lives.
This Middy Has Three-In-One
1 No. 2
May Be Worn Regulation
Rolled Up Co-Ed Style
Adjusted Hip Length with
Buttons and Elastic Loops
A special train consisting of three
Pullman cars and one diner pasyed
through hero at 8 a. in. Tuesday morn
ingv The party was made up of
members of the Los, Angeles, Cali
fornia, Police Band. They are mak
ing different cities over the country
We Have the "Bob Evans"
In the Twills, Cotton Pongee and
Silk Pongee All Sizes
R. P. WEESNER CO.
TONIGHT FRIDAY SATURDAY
66 Way Down East"