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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JULY 2C. 11)23
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GABERDINE, MOHAIR, PALM BEACH
$13.50 to $35.00
$1.SO to 93.50
BAL BRIGAN, PORUS KNIT
LONG AND SHORT SLEEVIS
ATHELETIC 78c 0 $2.00
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
At Red Cloud, Nebraska
SUNDAY, JULY 29, '23
Commencing at 3 p. m.
Smith Center has only lost one game this season and
they are considered the fastest team in Northern Kansas.
Dahl, their pitcher, is considered a good one. The game
they lost was to Red Cloud. Red Cloud has played thir
teen games, losing two, one of which was to Smith Center.
The Red Cloud team is the strongest in Southern Nebr.
This will be a game worth going miles to see as it is the rub.
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 12 Ox
Tom Swartz Accepts
"ANNUAL OLD SETTLERS' PICNIC
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TOSltlOn at IVansaS Llty morning pur?unnt to the call of J. S.
Gilhntn, picsiilcnt it was dctoimiii-
Totn Swnrtz, who ns lieon onpnpcd cd that the annual picnic of the So-
in fnrmluK, buyinp nml
for .everal ycM, deptrt
iuj; for Kunsus, Ci'y wlu-rf lie lias ao
eepk'il ii Incrntlre pttl m with the
CHssid, Sontliwcstuni Cuiiunissioii Co.
Mr Swat U will ho m buyer mid seller
in the fet'dei depurtnu'iit for this llriu.
Tom litis hoiiKht and sold many car
loads of cattle and knows cattle from
A to 7. The Chief ulonir with his
many friends knows that his employers
have made no mistake by bcctirhiK his
services as he Is in ovory way capable
of liaudlinc this position
fi-'ding cattle ciety he held on the llith day of Scp
ed this morn- tomber, nt McHridc's kioo near
lowip.1, ana tnc loiiowin comnnttccH
and officers were cliosen:
Committee on Amusement Mcs.ms.
Bonnet, Vorland nnd Wclh of Oowles.
Committee on 1'iogram -Henry
Keenc., Cowles, Mis. I. A. Pace of
Guide Rock, Mrs. Kd McCune and
Mrs V. A. Sherwood of Red Cloud.
Vice picidcnla wcie choen fiom
each township, a li.st of wliich will
appear nevt week.
County papers please copy.
CIIAS. HCNNET. Sec.
Elton Pope's Car
Found in River
Sunday afternoon about four o'clock
while fishing in the river about one
mile west of the river bridge Chas.
Hilton and Cttrl Thompson found a
Ford car submerged which proved to
bo Elton's car which was taken from
Chas Smith's garage" sometime during
last Monday night.
Tho river bank is about thirty.five
feet high at the point where the oar
was found and there is different theo
ries ou how the car was run into the
river. The car was found on its side
and badly damaged. Monday morning
a large number of our citizens went
down and pulled the Ford out and it
was taken to the Smith Bros, tc Copley
Sheriff Tucker Gets
SherltF Tucker went to Omaha the
last of tho week and returned Monday
moruing with Mervil Fentris, a prison,
er who twioo escaped from the county
'jail at this place. Fentris who gave
his home address as Red Cloud, Nebr.,
was accused of stealing a Ford car
from Dill Amis of Lebanon. Be was
arrested and put in jail at this place
last summer and escaped August 20th
by picking a lock and digging through
the stone wall. It was claimed he got
possession of the tools by their being
in food brought iu from outside, sever
at pies having been sent to him. lie
wa9 accompanied by another, Roy
Wilson, in for robbing Brandies store
at Kensington. They stole 811.00 from
another prisoner who refused to leave
with them and a car from Bert Ireland,
south of town, abandoned it near Os
borne when it run out of gas and took
the train to Beloit at which place Ken.
tris was caught and returned to jail.
About two weeks later he again escap
ed by means, it was said, of climbing
through a window which had been im
properly locked after food had been
passed to him Wilson is still at large.
Tucker said this moruing that unless
the prisoner had crawled through a
crack since he came down town, we
could say he was still in jail Smith
CWNTY SCHOOL NOTES
(By County Supciintendent, Stella
If the school dUtiict tieasuters
will keep their school money in the
bank in a separate account nnd will
have it balanced so that it will show
the balance left nt tho end of the
year the bank will keep their accounts
for them and everything will be easy
to fix up at the end of the vpnr. This
will be u great saving of time nnd
Every new treasurer elected this
year should send in his bond to the
County Clerk. The director hns the
blank form in his directors supplies
and should see that the new treasurer
has it to fill out. This is a matter
of law and business and is in no way
a slight to one's honor.
The last teachers' examination of
the year will be given August 3-4 at
Red Cloud only.
Teachers' certificates 'will not 'be
made out without they are .called for.
As the laws are now you will not
want your certificate unless1 you have
your school. I will not take tho le
sponsibility of making them out tin-
less authorized to do so.
As soon as the teachers arc decided
upon I would like to know so that
I will not be sending tenchers to ap
ply for positions that me already
Will Hir.e3, who has been employed
at the depot for the past four years
ns car clerk, on account of a reduc
tion in the force hero has been trans
ferred to Falls City, he leaving Fri
day morning to take up his new work.
Ho will not move his family for sev
Four cnrloads of hogs weie ship
pod fiom hcie Sunday morning to tho
Karsa.s City maikct. A total of
eighty-five c:rrs of stoci: including
that loaded hcic went thiough cn
loutc to the Missomi river maikets
Sunday morning. They weie handled
in two trains.
FARM BUREAU NOTES
(By County Extonsion Agent, Henry
WHY FARM BOYS SUCCEED
Several months ago William Grant
Edens of Chicago, while on a bank
erjs tour of Nebraska, told the group
meetings that the immense majority
of the men who were swaying the fi
nancial destinies of the world, came
from farm homes and villages.
In corroboration of this statement,
a writer in the Philadelphia North
American calls attention to the fact
that with the exception of the inherit
ed fortunes invested in business in
Boston, Philadelphia and New York,
Americas great bankers and finan
ciers are almost without exception
There is a reason for this which
may be summed up as follows: The
farm youth brings to the city a whole
some home training and a vigorous,
uncorrupted manhood. He has not
frittered away his energies but enters
the great arena of competive business
with a zest, an enthusiasm unknown
to the world-weary, satisfied city boy
to whom the greatest things in the
world's accomplishments have become
commonplace by everyday familiarity.
riity years ago. California furnish
ed the men dominating the finances of
this country. From tho fresh, keen
life of the Pacific coast came the
rugged physical and intellectual
giants who made Commodoie Vnnder-
bilt look to his laurels. These men
today are coming from the American
farm. A loster of their names with
the story of their deeds would make
a fascinating page in history. Some
day it will lie wiitten not to prove
that the farm is tho field of lestiict
cd deeds and intellectual poverty but
to show whut can bo accomplished
when manhood gets the right stait
in the right envaonment.
Am unable to keep up payments on
my piauo. First class condition
nearly new. Any one can have it by
payiug mo a small amount for my
Tho Knudson Construction Co. of
Lincoln union 'cd n huge ditching ma
chine Tuesday morning and staited
, to woik immediately laying six inch
equity amUoeping up payments. If'10' ,,eI8I f'm "'? ru,,roud ulto
Intciebted write for price and full par-.T RoyaI IIote1, Ihis ,s t0 ta'0 lhe
ticulars to Lock Box 710, OnialiB. Nc Place of the wooden pipe put in by
braska. the Burlington about five years ago.
.7. V. Crow, owt.er of a MOtucre faun
in the Republican river valley in Har
Ian county, Neb., is partial to that
particular valley, whoie ho has been
carrying on stock farming many years
"Corn and alfalfa are our staple, and
suio crops", said Mr Ciow "I raise
about four carloads of hogs a ear. and
feed several carloads of cattle," bald he.
"Wo harvested two big crops of alfalfu,
nnd onr corn Is simply immense. It
had a late start, but this has bceu
in nd o up in its fsst growth. Kansas
City Stook Drovers Telegram.
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Kodak as you go
All roads lead to pictures and
pictures lead to our Kodak counter.
Finishing service that pleases, and
Kodak Film in any size are here for
Autographic Kodaks $6.50 up.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
Seedless Raisins, 1-Lb Package
No. 2 1-2 Large Cans Peaches
No. 3 Large Cans Sweet Potatoes
Tall Cans Alaska Red Salmon
No. 10 Gallon Peaches
No. 10 Gallon Loganberries
No. 10 Gallon Blackberries
HOW IS YOUR "ANT" DON'T FORGET WE HAVE THE
MAGIC HOODO THAT ABSOLUTELY DRIVES THEM
R. P. WEESNER CO.
The Zennias contest conducted by
the P 13. 0 society, closed Wednesday
The judges mado the following awards
In the adults clas- Ist-Mrs. B. S.
Caibor, score ."; 2nd I'loyd Tiirnuio,
score Oil 12. In the ohildrens class
Frances Jones scored 80; i and Pauline
Muudny S'.i.i. Tho ladles wish to thank
all those who wore interested iu tho
Sunday School nt 2 Sunday after
noon. At .'$ Rov. Cope will preach.
Tho Children of the South End are
Invited to tho Piny hour on Tuesday
evening at 7, also to the story hour
from 8 to 8:15. Prayer meeting at 8.
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