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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. SEPTEMBER 6. 1923
WE ARE NOW SHOWING
Tho Very Latmmt In
Sty , rric,
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
KEEP YOUR HOGS WELL
I SELL THE BEST REMENDIES
HESS'S STOCK TONIC
HESS'S HOG WORN POWDER
STANDARD HOG REMEDY
AVALON HOG TONIC
GLAUBER SALTS COPPERAS
SAL SODA, ETC.
COME AND BEE UB
CHAS. L. COTTING, Th.Drggut
Red Cloud Merchants Give
Prizes for Old Settlers Picnic
CITY COUNCIL HOLDS
REGULAR MONTHLY SESSION
Below you will 11ml lift of prizes
Riven li.v tlio Merchants of 11 I Cloud
for the OM Settlers l'ienle i.t Cowles.
Nebr.. Thursday, Sept. 1 :tt It.
Best A.vnmti on Cm imls. new nxo
by Wm. Cmlilll.
First Murriuge of Gnitid Children of
Pioneeis, 10 free uiovie tickets, K. C
First Marriage of Children of Pio
ueers, 1 pulr towels, Mrs D Pharos.
Oldest Man born In County, flue
pocket knife, Geo. Trine.
Oldest Woman born in County, gold
tilled knitting needles. J. C Mitchell.
Oldest grandson of pioneers, buggy
whip or halter, Lee It. Walker.
Oldest granddaughter of pioneers,
pair silk hose, val. 82, R. P. Weesner &
Oldest great grandchild of pioneers,
sugar and creamer, P. A. Wullbrandt.
Tallest pioneer, box cigars, Grlco &
Heaviest pioneer, pair overalls, val.
$2.25, Hamilton Clo. Co.
Pioneer with largest family, dress
shirt val $2 50, Cowden Kaley Clo. Co.
Pioneer who came farthest to settle
not counting railroad travel, aluminum
ware vaL 12, Morliart Bros.
Pioneer who brought the largest
family with him, 2 yrs aubrerlptlou,
Webstar. County Argus.
.Neatest farm yard by testimony' of
neighbor, S2 knife. Henry Cook.
First bearlngnrohard, framed picture,
of Pres. Cooledge, E. 8.parbcr;,' I? '
Largest ba'rn in county, tea.pot, Red
Cloud Variety Stbro
First subsoribor to Cheif 2 yrs sub.
First hubscribor to Com Ad 2 yrs sub.
First frame barn, gallon paint, C. L.
Largest yeild of corn per aero, 10 lb.
nxlo grease, Farmers Union.
Oldest piece of furniture, sewing
rocker, Johnson & Graham.
Oldest dish in couuty, fruit bowl,
Turnure & Son.
Oldest piece of lace embroidery,
quilt, carpet rug or other textile arti
cle, felt slippers, Frank Smith.
Oldest photograph in countr, $2 in
trade Gleason's Studio.
First frame bouse on farm, 1 gallon
roof paint, Piatt it Frees Co.
Itest timber claim, can lop dressing,
Mitlone & Gellatly
Best yeild of wheat per acre, pair
cuff buttons val. II CO, E. H. New-
ni. r. , n 1 It.. J11..I. ...Ill
Mm,,,,, ..! Mayoress Mary Peterson called
hold a plcnlu for everyone nt Luther , Council together in regular session
Crablll's grove, Friday, September 14. in Council Chambers last night, with
at three o'clock. Supper will be serv. 'nil niemler.s present except Aninck.
el ut live o'clock. The bill of fare will ! After the August minutes had
It An it tmtiil ti .1 4 1,. iLinull.1.. . .
,.r..,olct r ..I,., 1 ,.l.,,.l,n,i uuiiilwlilina . '"-K-" IC'"' """ " mummy ie
salad, pie, cake and pickles.
The public is cordially Invited to at
tend. Everyone come and bring a well
August Weather Report
Temperature; Mean 83 dog; maxi
mum (7 dcg. on 1st; minimum 43 deg.
Precipitation: Total 2 7G Inches.
Number of days Clear 22, partly
cloudy 4, cloudy 0. Thunderstorms 0,
6, 7, 8, 9, 12, 10, 20, .10, 31. Prevailing
wind Direction N E 13 days. Precipi
tation sinco Jan. 1, 20.59 Inches.
Chas. S. Ludlow, Observer.
port of the city treasurer presented
and placed on file, Council decided to
give powerhouse employees a vaca
tion providing n .suitable man could
he h'retl for thirty days at $90.00.
A.ter discussing the matter of a
new smoke stack for the power house
it win decided to solicit quotations
The following claims were allowed:
WE HAVE WEIR CITY
SCHOOL OPENED MONDAY
WITH LARGE ENROLLMENT
" Pete Hansen who has been in charge
of the city laundry for several years
baa leased the same to Ray L. Gard
who took possession Monday. Mr.
Hansen expects to go to California
won where he will spend several
mouths. Mr! Gard has had consider
abla experience In laundry work and
will no doubt give the patrons of the
laundry excellent service
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' Red Cloud Wins 4 to 1
Sunday afternoon the Red Cloud ball
team, which was recently reorganized
under the management of Messrs. tl.
Elmore, R. P Weesner and Col. Fred
Henderson, played the Superior Cement
Plant teum here, tho local team won
by a score of 4 to 1. The Leonard
brothers of lnavale wore the battery
for Red Cloud. Tho featuro of the
ganio was the three base hit by Leon
ard. Tho local team plays the Law
rence team here Sunday afternoon, go
out and see it.
H. M. Beard
W. A. Patten -.
S. R. Floranco
Grice & Grimes .
Smith Bros. & Copley
E. S. Garber
Best Trafic Light Oo.
Enterprise Electric Co.
Sinclair Rcfing Co. ...
Mid West Electric Co,
W. C. Gilhnm
- 8 34
... 55 80
HOARD OF EDUCATION
HOLDS REGULAR MEETING
Red Cloud, Nebraska
September 3, 192.1
Tho IJcvud of Education met in re
gular session at tlio Commercial Club
rooms at 8 o'clock with all members
present except Overing and Crabill.
The following bills were mm ted
and allowed and tho Secretary in
structed to draw warants for name:
John Parson ..... ? 3 00
G. W. Trine 85 70
Art Nelson CI 35
Commercial Advertiser 10 IB
Webster County Argus 1G 50
Mrs Joo Bnrta 5 25
Red Cloud Chcif 17 10
Grice & Grimes 10G 86
Johnson & Graham . 1 7G
Malonc & Gellntly Co. 781 35
L. L. Pierce - 5 25
Franlsel Carbon & Ribbon Co. -. 36 00
Houghton Mifflin Co. 85 25
Manual Arts Press 4 00
Webb Pub. Co. 20 16
Allyn & Bacon 40 67
Ginn & Oo 89 94
Jolin C. Winston Co 111 35
.Mr. and Mrs. B. E. McFarlar.d and
children returned home Saturday
afternoon from Denver, Colorado.
Mrs. McFnrlnnd has been
the pist six weeks visiting with his
mother, ho going there about a week
ago to rcturnc homcwJth Mrs. Mc
Farlatid and the children. They
travelled vlh auto.
R. B. Adams Co.
World Book Co. 1
Bruce Pub. Co.
J. B. Lipp.'ncott Co. .
American Book Co. ..
Omaha School Supply
L. O. Draper Co.
Univcridtv Pub. Co.
No further justness appearing the
Bonrd ndjournid at 9:30 p. m.
B. P. PERRY, Secy.
J. W. Hauck received notice yes
terday of his transfer to Denver, Colo
rado, Oscar Henry now employed in
Denver by tho Burlington, having
been appointed "to the foromanahlp
there ,for at this- faint! 'Mr. Hauck Intends-
'1..1-! 11. f.. 1.. .....n imflndnn filffktft St
suming work for the company.
Kamil Ondrak returned from Om ha
Webster County Girl's
Club Wins Prizes
I The Malone-Gellatly Co.
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper, Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
Geo. W. Hutchison
Real Estate Farm Loans
The Red Cloud city school opened
oo Monday with an enrollment of two
hundred and sixty eight in the grades
and kindergarten. The Se'.for High
uccoiding to City Superintendent A.
B. Gelwick, this year establishes a
new record in the point of enrollment
while the r'nth grade does likewise
from the viewpoint of a less number.
The following is a list of tho
teachers and the enrollment coven
ins the first day:
TEACHERS SENIOR HIGH
Principal Myrtle Gelwick
Mathmaics Josephine Gund
Commercial Miss Monagan
English Florence Kellogg
History Jessie Kellogg
Normal Training Miss Sakryt
Latin and Spanish Miss Hartsook
Smith-Hughes Glen Cook
TEACHERS JUNIOR HIGH
Principal - Fannio Hutchins
History and English ... Christina Davis
Principal and 7th Grade
..... Josephine Davis
Mabel Van Ornam
Mrs. B. W. Stewart
,.. Katharine Traut
. Mrs. Johnson
Kindergatron Aimeo Sherwood
Senior High School , 121
The Webster County Girls Club Von
the following prizos in the girls cloth
ing department exhibit at the state
fatr this week:
Darning on stocking 1st and 2nd.
Middy and skirt 1st.
Bungalow dress -3rd.
Kitchen Aprons 1st, 2nd
Towel with Nellwara embroidery 1.
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
BEGINNING FRIDAY, MEPTCMBEI9 7
Direction E. C. PRESTON
A Week of Exceptional Programs
Open Every Night Tickets on Sale at 7:30 P. N.
Program at 8 P.M.
Matinees at 3 P. M. Saturday and Sunday Only
4th Grade -3rd
Junior High School
4th Grade ......
3rd Grade .......
1st Grade .
Total Eclipse Seldom Seen
The total eclipse of the sun that tak
es triace Monday will be visible In its
totollty only in California, so far as
the United States Is concerned, the
path of totality being 105 miles wide
and the area mostly around Los Angel
es and San Diego. The total phaso
will last for two minutes, forty-nine
Tho eclipse will bo partial in Nebras
ka, beginning at 2 o'clock for Lincoln
aud vicinity and continuing until
Tho last total eclipse visible in the
United States was on June 8, 1918, the
line of totality crossing the United J
States in a southeasterly direction
from Washington to Florida. Tho path
of totality of that eclipse was not over
seventyflvo miles wide and the longest
duration of totality wns only ono tiiin-
uto and five seconds, nt Dodge City,
Kob. The eclipso on September 10 will ,
bo about three times as long, ami as.
tronomors hope to make many valuable
photographs and observations. State
FRIDAY & SATURDAY. SEPT. 7 and 8
Betty Compson in "The White Flower"
This is a story of a girl who is half American, half Hawaiian.
It was made in Hawaii, where the entire company and technical
staff were taken. The story is full of romance and mystery and it
is altogether unusual. Also another ol those "Our Gang" comedies
"BOY TO BOARD"
Children 10c Adults 30c
20 Miss Blanche McCartney left for
. Now York City Wednesday morning
3Q jon train 14 where she sails immed-(
.15 lately for India to t stay for five and
34 J ono half years as missionary for tho
Topckn Methodist Board of Control.
SUNDAY & MONDAY. SEPT. 9 and 10
Brand mel Burn your mark upon my forehead that the world
may know X am yours forever the weal of pain, the symbol of
my lovel Truly this and a hundred other moments of superlative
"The Eternal Flmme' with Norma Tuimadge
The Drama Magnificent
Also Pathe News and H. C, Witwer's sparkling, humorous and
romatic stories brought to vivid, compelling life
Admission-Children 10c, Adults 40c
TUESDAY ONLY, SEPT. 11
American Legion Day
"Master of Mon"
The Greatest Story Ever Screened! A boy's fight for honor and
love, where fight means a hard fist and a ready wallop. Featuring
Earle Williams, Wanda Hawlcy, Alice Calhoun and Cullcn Laudis.
Also another of those fast Scmon Comedies "The Rent Collector."
WEDNESDAY ONLY. SEPT. 12
"Tho Siren Call" with Dorothy Daltou
Supported by David Powell and Mitchell Lewis,
A PARAMOUNT P1CTUKE
Love aud thrillinii action in the frozen
"The Flame of the Yukon." Also
Admission-Children 10c, Adults 30c
North. Better than
"Topics ol Day" and Snub
THURSDAY ONLY. SEPT. 13
The most frequent "Gimmie' of them all "Gimme a Kiss" -She
had them! Have you? They arc as prevalent as colds and head
achesand much more dangerous. A Great Comedy Drama, this!
Also Pathe News
Admission-Children 10c, Adults 30c.
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