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NEBRASKA, NOVEMBER 8. 11)23 NUMBER 45 r-a " R OVERCOAT We ask you to come in and Investigate our Overcoats THIS IS - National Oregon City Week These Coats are Pure Virgin Wool and guaranteed in every respect WE ARE SHOWING THESE COATS IN THE nm FABRICS km shies p-ed $22.50 to $42.30 HOARD OF EDUCATION 1 HOLDS REGULAR MEETING $ 20 J , Red Cloud, Njcm"cr f 11)20. 1 The "o id of Educ-thn met in icir ular sex ion at l.e Commercial Club rocn ."t 8 oVlorl: r.i. All member present e::ce. t 51 r.i. V. A. Rheivoo' , Tho foibnv'iM bills weiv "l!ovcd .and Scciotry instr.'i'tcd to maw warants; for sane: Molinrt R.'os. R. P. Woesror Co. !.TolinsTi : Grr.liam Co '.John 1' irnHi- K. 11. 'e-ho"-e H'llvard ''ii"n'':l Co . iE IL SI'pI 'on f- Co iW. 51. Welch Co. HoukMo!' MUllin Co. I Roil ''. a rtico Co. iNobr. School Supply IIouso 5Ic5IilHn Co. 'John C. v:?i-lon Co. Iniveisity of Nebr. . I'cnr jiorrison o. I'nMi'l'or of S'rh ol text books upeit nto-e'ent Gelu'rk kswc 201 00, 17 8!) ' 2i nn i) (10 I . '.) 10 ' M i -r.i cr, :? to l 2". ' ll'O , Hoard n v ovt or the recent r-ir.Mirt: of ibo Toa-hrrs' .!ociiit'on held at Holdieye On motion the Hoard decided to close the schools November 2') and HO for Opens in Full Glory Tonight Tlu Amoi leitii L ok io ii Curnvinl "llo'l s Half Ado" will coiniiiciico to- ' iiIkIU lit i ho yule IMvllinu Tin' liojs i buw -ptrcil lu-lilit'i tliutt or fpotie III lliilMlltf till-, hicollil Hllllllill fVelit blgfi bettor tliivn tivcr Anions the nmii funics vmiI lii tint lilnno KnincM whfii' pbutj it Kiioii n 1 11 mi ti i in und I lll-) ll(U VMlIf Will lll IllMillk'd till' vIiiiip. One new K'nitif, luirho slmf I pltfliii c li.c- I'fi'ii iiilitctl. 'I'll i' 10 i I bpliiiti nt Kutvpix dills mill otlici now. tie- Tin- Sun lint; Oiolu'sim of lllMII"s will fill iil-ll till- slllipp.i llil.C- IIIIIIC. I'lll'lc will III' plflltj lit llCIlt It 1 1 1 It JIOiill tlllll) IS llflllt'O iliu public Union Evangelistic Services Will tll'l'lll 111 Red Cloud, November 12th IIIIiUt till) lllspil'l' of till) Miiii-t(!ii;il A'-ooi'iittion Rev Murlo Uipr reus, Cii.ii St-v y of the Inti'iti'itioiiiil NsMiciiitmn if Wnnifii I'lt'.irhiMs will pii'iuli 1'iii'h vA i REMEMBER WE SELL NOTHING HUT WELL KNOWN LINES OF MERCHtXNpiSK AT THE LOWJSST POSSIBLE PRICE. W. G. Hamilton Clo. Co. iThniifc'tfv'irp :nd froi December 21 i ovonlnn Ho .Tatunrv 7lh iov Chri tmas vaca I thu 11' i lion. No fuvthei business the Hoard adjour ie-1. H. F. 1'KlCJtV, ijecrctarj A ri Uw t. U ,'j.t3 WJ rssA Commissioners Proceedings The Webster county Ucard of Com mibsioners met as per adjournment at 10 o'clock a. in. 5Icmbcis present: Chajilin, Ciowell, Co: , Waldo and Stunipenboiht. A petition was filed' with tic Hoaid icquesMnu: the sppoirtment of Rev. M E Ilcnrv a.. j tice ot' Peat for In. i' ale I'leuiut. .Motoi mac' iiid c.tiricd that the : hove potitioi. bo granted. Meeting' will In hull! iltiriug w'hi U in tlii' ll'iptist chinch Nov I J. A ' Mitiilny tilKht uiL'i tiiius will be at the Methodist church No i service on o.uuruiiy nigiii Tbe public nn inviti'il to I't pic-cnt ut the first wi vice. You will tt'gret it if yon tiiKs tlie first. uh'Ssiio so phui to lie pcjeut Mond.iy evoiilng A HiRTHDAY PARTY O.o of the eventf. o." tl.e wee!;, foV citous in major degiee, occuneil Tuesday evening wliea the Red t lojd 51 nisteiial Association sitli their families, met by appoi -tne.it an 1 r -teeded to tho house of Re. . Ua"ttiortv, to i)oi'i)Ctr..te a 8.ii nic 1 I. T. AMACK E. V. STEINER L T. AMACK CO. MORTUARY Licensed Embalmer and Funeral Director Prompt and careful attention given to this kind of work. "Service" our motto. UP-TO-DATE AUTO HEARSE BOTH PHONES RED CLOUO, NEB 5 tfVWAftArtN1VWViVU,VWYVrfWVM .- Ji ! i V si'rlei) ; Sf. A & lpyr iH'Aer SCHAAF & TURNER FUNERAL HONE Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas Bell 80, - - Ind. 120x llVVtfUVWUVVVVVVVVrVVUVWVVyVWWVV 2 For The Best of CoaJ See Us I The Malone-GeDady Co, yVWAftWAVJ,AVAV.V.V.V.VV.VAVV.VV-VVVV"AWn Take abvantage of Bargains, offered by Our Merchants tho irood 1 idv of the li use. i' be- H in me nmtter ol oci.ing a roait on jnjr l0l. hh'lhdry. the section line betw een Scctlo i 1 at d Thttt the pluVi was carried out iie in Townbhp o e Rango nire successfully, va . very p -. imt it was found that tie only claim. M)me callers t.rriving e'arh aim oc for ibmage was filed by C. L. Crabiil 'eupying the :.ttc en of the house in the amount of $:J()0(iO for amou.i hohl until the a.. i of tl.e rem .1 -of his land used a.nd expenses of mov- i,ior jn soij formatio i. ing his fe-ces. 5Ir. Crab. 11 being tjv that snecics of dunliiit. on- present and after cor. idcrable d'scu-i- nion between husbands nd wi".s, sion of this claim a comptomise was cv, Daugherty hd planrcd among arrived at iiiwl Mr. Crabiil agreed to .fro ids a sumptuous spicad a. ap- accept the following amount as the pcuied when the long table was duly ai ranged, und Mrs. Daugheitv was escorted to the head, as tho guest of honor, and the fine provision was 1 greatly enjoyed. The juc'iile im-1 provised on the library table and lvid I the best time they could lemeinbcr. The whole affair wis exmesive of fie ideal fcllowsh p of the mii'istcr- ial families in this city. 1 Big Armistice Celebration at Inavale, Monday the 12 Iniiviiln is inviting everybody to the big Aimlstie Celebration which is to bn held at tlmt pliice on Monday, Nov etnbor 12th, with 11 good livuly pro grnm beginning at tun tVulouk in tho morning und lusting until threeo'clock in the afternoon. A bi ox roust dinner, free to till, will be one of the big features of the day The morning program will consist of drilling by tho World War Soldiers, followed by patriotic speeches und music, Afternoon program will be de voted to athletic events, gnmes, etc Liberal cash prix.es will be awarded to winners of all events ProfeBlonals buried. Plan your work fo as to be on hand for the first event of the day and re. main until the last at ,t:'i0 p. in. Hy Committee. Union Armistice Service Next Sunday evening at the Con giegational church will occur tnc ob servance of Armistice day with a pio g.Um as follows: 7:!i0 song and devotional service led by Rev. II. E. Tweedy. Addicts: "The Attitude of the Reli gious Pcop'.cs in Anieiku, Rov It. H. Daugherty. Addiess: "The .Piescnt Attitude of of the Political Foicc.s in Mio Na tion", Rev. II. (J. Wilcox. It is expected that all the churches of the city will unite in this rorvice. damages l-or land takoi .siuouu Expense of moving fence 70.00 Motion made by Crowcll and second ed by Waldo that 5Ir. Crabiil bo allow ed tho sum of 170.00 as Carnages caused by the opening of the road a' (' county clerk instructed to draw a warrant on the General Fund to 51 r. Crabiil for this amount. 5Iotion car ried. The following claims wcic audited and allowed and county clerk instruct ed to draw warrants on the proper funds for payment of same: GENERAL FUND Commercial Advertiser . $1G8 .10 Huroughs Adding Machine do. 7 JiS University Pub. Co. Hammnnd Stephana Robert Damerell F. E. Maurer . Wm. H Thomas American Disenfecting Co A. E. Cox .. . . F. W. Endorf .-. E. MoCride J. E. Morriss ........... Frank Ilischling . O. C. Tecl C. E. Vnughan County Treasurer Webster County Argus ... ... Anna Stumpeii'horst . .. Henry R. Fausch .... 5Iorhnrt Hros. State Journal Co. Plntt & Frees . fOolumbin Cai lion Co. . T. C. Loul Co. . R. P. Weesner Co Farmers' Union IL'd Cloud T. J. Chaplin H. A. Stumpenhorst E. .7. Cox H. H. Crowell . . a A. Waldo . POOR FAR.M'FUND John R. Stanscr ... II. Ludlcw Ada Person . . - . E J Emerton T. .1. (livilin 1-kl Fey Stundirtd Oil Co. . . . Reach Robartsci Piatt & Frees . . .- . No further business appearing the Hoard adjourned to meet December 1 1923. ' " 'b. F. PERRY, County Cletk. 4 01 0 11 8 00 . 00 8 00 77 CI 1 00 50 7 25 1 50 1 50 5 50 5 00 Ml 91 10 27 GO 00 207 97 1JJG -15 I 00 903 71 8 00 55 21 92 29 79 70 87 GO 01 55 77 50 7-1 00 G8 80 30 00 5 00 30 00 9 00 17 00 2 30 12 05 19 80 1 00 SUNDAY my j B esse llUVill itorium BUBBLES WITH SAYINGS TJiat's-nll-thc-town-will-repcat PRICES 50c, "SGc, &1.QQ PLUS TAX SEATS N SALE at Box Office fe Breeders Webster County wixxe Fourth Annual Consignment Sale Sat., November 17, 1923 AUDITORIUM SALE BARN 2 o'clock p. m. 55 Head 25 Polands 35 Durocs Boars Are Pick of Following, Herds: E. A. S05I5IERFELI), Illtie Hill C. L. FRAZIER, Red Cloud C. W. JOHNSTON, Guide Rock W5I. ARNDT, Hluc Hill 51. HUNSICKER, Red Cloud HENRY FAUSCH, Guide Rock ALEX. 11USCIIOW, Iilue Hill OSCAR LEA, Red Cloud LOGAN OH.MSTEDE, Guide Rock GEO. AMACK, Red Cloud J. II .KELLOGG, Red Cloud All Hogs are Vaccinated. J. H. Ellinger, State Bank of Red Cloud, Auctioneer. Clerk. J. H. Kellogg, Sale Manager.