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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 4. 1923
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FARM IirilEAIT NOTKS
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NflE1 HAVE JUST RECEIVED CUSS
(Ily II. 11 Fausch, County Agent)
Tonus hac boon elected and tiain
cd Tor a stock judg' r, covp: to lo
liol.l October 10th st 0 -. m. The
champion Wobstc county team ill
conduct t!io contest. On Wodicdny
evening the winning tcr.n w'll be pre
sented at tl'e Auditorium, a'so the
Webster conjty team.
Sample of the com var.cly tests
will be on exhibition In tno iuin
Products building during tiic Inii.
Kcwton W. Gaines, rcnr.munily
welfare specialist o.' Lincoln will give
hi famous loctuie "The Homo" on
Thursday evening at the Auditorium.
Plan to hear him.
CITY COTNCII, HOLDS
REGULAR MONTHLY MELTING
When you try on a MALLORY HAT you y
have a feeling thai, your Jiat Problems arc ' i
ended. They ars styled right up to the minute, h J
REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING BUT WELL KNOWN LINES
OF MERCHANDISE AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE j
W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co.
AH membeis wcie found present,
when Majoicss Mary I'otcr en cnllqd
the City Council fogother In regular
region, in the Council Chambers, on
An amendment to t;.e Occupation
i Ordinance submitted by tne nusrncss
!mcn of the city was la'd over until
the next meeting, which comnriso'
practically the only ical Mislnce" at
tended to, outside of allowing the
Cit: Employees.. ?luO DO
Mabel Albright SO 00
Lawrence Doyle 00 00
Robeit Wishone 75 00
S. R. Flornnce 3107
V iiTICO St
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 120x
Tilt NEW BRUSHED WOOL
The Latest Styles and Shades
R. P. WEESNER GO.
Mabel Albrigh 8 11.
G. A Crow - 10 05
Geo, Trine -..-.r 8 lfi
Commercial Advertiser- 100
Mid West Elcc. Co 210 02
McGraw Co. GG 51
Wallace & Tierman 3 41
Jones Elcc. Shop . 34 GG
McMaster Carr Co 10 SG
A. Klein 2 00
Sam Mountford 75 00
Chas. Whitaker 1 20
Chas. Barrett 2 70
Frank Clawson 40 50
Mark McConkcy. 70 40
Wan en Sutton 00 00
W. a Gilham. 24 00
Giice & Grimes 8 35
H. M. Beard. 0 05
,John Wilson 4 22 50
Lew S.iiniota r 1 00
Barber Shop Changes Hands
Hnivcy IUcUkimiii who lus In-en
holdliig lowu u clntir in tin Hunt
Imi bir hliup for the pHt f.nn euts
purcluiSfd tho (' ,v Curui'r bnrbur
sliopifM. A Mcrci'r, M.niduj, nml
ltniiicilintcly took po-sos.ion of tin."
biuue Mr. UlcUtTson is mi ospi'rh'iicud
artist in bis cluwii tuido and bus
iilutn-liiu'ti lotitnl on the joti Tho '
Cblof tiloiig with Ids ninny fi lends
wish li i in sucei'sg
George Griffin in Jail
(jt'oitfo (Srlllln, who bus iuhiI" bis
homo in tldH city fur the past sevntut i
montl s, was arrcsu-d by SlioriJY. Willi-,
or, li lay. mid lodged In juil. Ilooon
fosscd to SborliV Waller ibiit bo lirolu-
in' o n luunuss sliop ut KfpublliMii
City, Mhj' 11, stciiltni; four sets of
hnrnc-s Two 't-ts of tlm Iihiikhs
tthiob wfio sold to p.irtlt's mound
bore liHio been lecnvt'icd by tho
Shodll U win tttlion to Alm.i wboio
li pluul guilty In Dlstilet UuiiiL tin. I
glvuii i sfntiinoo of 1 Id 'I jpurs b
IlilU'l Dilwoiili '
Brakeman Vierson Injured
Monday ovenlng, uliout feovmi thlity,
while switching in tho west end of the
local yurdb, Hi iiUnnim U. A Vlorson
of MuCook nilfsed the foot board of,
the oufjine on which bo was working
nml fell under the trailer. lie was
taken to Dr. Miutin't, hospital wheio
upon oxiiniliiiitloii It wns found that
he was iuito seilou&ly injuied, little
hopes belup bell out for his leeovery
till dny TuesdMy However, at this
time his general condition is much
b'ti'r and his ultimate recovery is
nn looked for. Ili- parents nrilved
heie from MuCook Tnesduy morning
on No. 1 1
SCHOOL BOARD IN
SESSION ON MONDAY
Red OloudOctober 1, 1023
The Board of Education met in reg
ular session at tho Commercial Club
rooms nt 8 o'clock. All members
present except Sherwood and Tope.
The following bills were audited
and allowed and secretary instructed
to draw warants for same:
P. P. Collin & Son ?71 10
B. F. Perry 2 35
John Parsons 1 50
Pope Bros. 30 24
- 17 00
,- 20 05
... 4 35
- 4 75
.. 0 50
- 2 GO
... 14 70
.... 28 83
... 32 40
.. 20 00
Webster County Argus -..,
Grice & Grimes
Ross P. Curtice Co.
E. S. Gather
Red Cloud Chief
Johnson & Graliam Co
Houghton Mifflin Co
Allyn & Bacon
University Pub. Co.
Northwestern Mfg. Co
Midland Chemical Co. . . J- 28 50
Motioi made and carried that pro
vided all tho Red Cloud teachers will
attend the meeting of tho Nebraska
Southwestern Teachers' Association
to be held at Holdrcgo on November
1st and 2nd, the Red Cloud schools
will bo closed on these two days.
No further business tho Board ac
B. F. PERRY, Sec'y.
Rev. and Mrs. Cope
Entertained at Dinner
Saturday ovening tho Red Cloud
Ministers and families, entertained the
Reverend ami Mrs. Cope at a chicken
dinner at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
Kelson. Many delightful stories up.
piopriate to the occasion were told
The pleasuie of the ovening was tinged
with regret at losing this family from
our midst Their ready cooperation
and sympathetic geniality has endear
ed them to everyone. The memory of
our work together will be an Insplra.
tloti for the days to coino. Our love
aiid prayers go with them to their new
Qld of usefulness
The Farmers Institute Fair Board
To show this community one of the Biggest
and Bent Educational Pictures ever put before
the public. It showed to Packed houses in
New York City for 3 solid months at $1.65
You are neglecting yourseK and your child
rens Education if yfiu miss.
H. A. Snows
(same in Africa"
Don't get the idea this show is being put
on by the Management of the Auditorium for
it is not. Every penny taken in goes to the
"Farmers Imstitute Fair"
Mit thsoine comedy, jungle romance
and primitive jav. are combined with
the most extraordlniuy liutitiug feats
in Hunting itig Game in Africa which
is the keenly anticipated attraction at
the Bcsse Auditorium on next Tues
day night. The explorers have secured
n veritable treasurer trove of enter
tainment for all olasses of people.
Popular prices the only admisslcn
charged during the fair.
Program Red Cloud Fair
TUESDAY, OCT. 0, 8:00 P. M.
"Hunting Big Game in Africa"
Admission 35c and 10c
H. V. Perry of Santa Ann, Cali
fornia, who has been heie for tho past
couple of weeks visiting with rela
tives, went to Eckley, Colorado, Sat
urday evening on train IT where he
will spend a few days with his broth
er, before returning home.
The annual meeting of the Webster
County Farmers' Union will be held
at the j:ourt house in Red Cloud,
Thursday, October 1th at 10 n. m.
Onen mcetincr will be heliT In the after
noon. National secietary A. C. Davi.i
will speak. Everybody Invited .
The Red Cloud ball team went to
Lawrence Sunday afternoon where
they crossed bats with the Lawrence
team. Red Cloud won by a score of
5 to 3. Fred Slaby was on the mound
for Red Cloud and had good support
while Elmore was behind the bat.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 10, 8:00 P. M.
High School Orchestra
The First Farming ....C. N. Gurney
Tho Farmer and the Merchant . .
C. B. Steward
Solo Rev. Basil S. Daugherty
Winning Stock Judging Team
State Chanlpion Team
Motion Pictures "Duroc Champions"
Something to Be Avoided.
An obligation of any sort Is a mort
roge on your time.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11
2:00 Live Stock Parade
4:00 Band Concert
High School Orchestra
Violin Solo Rev. S. Hardmnn
Lcctuio "Tho Home" . ,N. W. Gaines
Double Quai telle
Motion Pictuies "Poland China
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, Band Concert
"HELL'S HALF ACRE" NOVEMBER 8-9-10
I Seventy two cars of stoc:: made up
the stock run through nee Sunday
morning. They we're hn.-.ttied in two
.trains. One carload of nogs was
I shipped to the Kansas City maiket
A genuine diamond rattle snake
measuring four or five feet In length
with nine rattlers on its tall was kill
ed by Lawroncc Picico while mowing
at tho Piatt & Frees Lumber yard
'Wednesday morning. It is thought
that the snake got away 7iom the
Cole Bros, show which showed hero
Will be given with every PJ
purchase of $&.00,
From Oct. 5 to Nov. 1st
lj Hastings Army Store
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