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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MARCH 22, 11)17.
Two More Answer Law's Call Buys Interest in Garage
The ever vigilant eyo of our county
and city otlleers lias brought before
the tribunal of justice two more clti
'ens who have not seen fit to oboy the
Ou Wednesday, OlUeer Uoner brought
before l'ollce Judge J. A. Burden, Mr.
Dan I'umroy, of Itlverton, it ml the
Judge relieved him of about live dollars
of his cash, the flue boingf one dollar
and costs. Dospito the fact that the
authorities have notified all nuto own
en,, thru the columns of the local
jmpcrs that they were compelled to
cash up for a 15)17 license several auto
ists have not soeu fit to comply with
this law, among this number being Mr.
Pumroy. Mr. Boner states that In the
future he Is going to soe that this and
the speed law is compiled with.
County Judge Itannoy will also be at
homo to some of his friends today,
having been called upon to preside
over the case of the State of Nebraska
vs Itoss Barnes. It skeins that Mr.
Barnes had appropriated one oultlva-
tor on the premises of Carl Hudd, in
Walnut Creek, without leaving any
substantial cash payment or prom's ?ory
note for the property, In fact departed
with the Implement without even the
permission of Mr. Budd Up to the
time of going to press we have not
heard what decision was rendered by
A chnnae has been made in the firm
of Havel A Buz.aad, who have for
some time p-ttt conducted it parage on
Fourth avi-i.ue. Mr. Hiivelli.is depos
ed of hU Interests in this establish
ment to Mr. lli'tiry Karstlng, of Law
rence, who with Mr. Bu.zaid will con
tinue the business. They will continue
to handle the Hlcar and speeiali.e on
repair work of all kinds. Mr Buzzard
has already exhibited his skill along
this line and v.m are informed that the
new member of the firm Is n first class
mechanic and business man. therefore
auto owners will receive only the very
best that is to be had In the repair
0. W liludsoy hhlpped II cars of cat
tle and a car of hogs to Kansas City,
Our sister city on tho east, Suporlor,
believes in keeping up with the times
and has purchased n now auto tire
truck for the lire department.
Notice! Hv. huth. Services, Sunday,
March 2.ritli, at 11 o'clock. Sunday
rtchool at 10:!W sharp.- A. Sehaal, Pas
tor. Miss Maude Fish returned to her
home at Bloomington tho last of the
week aftor spending a fow days with
hor sister, Miss Sadie Fish
I). A. (Iroat was down from Itiverton,
(lOitlon Hamilton spent Sunday with
relatives at Guide Itoek.
Mr. and Mrs. Kd Fearn spent Sun
day with their sou Boy and wife at
Lloyd Itlues spent Tuesday In Blue
Morris Groat was down from Iuarale,
Mrs. Georuo Kalley of Omaha arriv
ed in the city Tuesday evening to
visit her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. J. B.
Citizens Place Ticket in Field
On Monday evening the citizens of
this city held a convention at the
court house for the purpose of placing
their ticket in the Held. A large num
ber of men were In attendance, they
being well pleased with the past record
of the present city otlleers and deemed
it unadvisable to make any change,
therefore the following were renomi
nated for election:
Mayor Bobt. Damerell.
City Clerk 0. C. Teel.
City Treasurer S. It. Florance.
City Engineer Geo. II. Overing.
l'oilco Judge Jas. A Burden
Councilman 1st wd, It. W. Koontz.
Councilman 2nd wd, A. It. Saladen.
Members School Board Win. Wees
ncr aud Sherm Beezley.
P. E. 0. Install Officers
The P. E.O. Sisterhood met with Mrs.
Eugenia Harris Monday evening and
tho following oillcers were installed for
the ensuing year:
President Miss Georgetta Coon.
Vice-President Mrs Carrie Cross.
Recording Secy Mrs EMe Boles.
Corresponding Secy Mrs. B. Gather.
Treasurer-Miss Ceeile Taylor!
Chaplin Mrs Eugenia Harris.
Journalist Miss Gertrude Coon.
Guard Miss Edna Ituuney.
Tho programme, James Whltcomb
Riley, was led by Mrs. Jennie Piatt,
after which dainty refreshments were
Thief Secures $10
At about the hour of midnight, last
Thursday, thieves entered the billiard
parlor owned by Jas Gilbert and help
ed themselves to the contents of the
cash register. Entrance was gained
through tho rear of tho building. The
proprietor informs us that he is of tho
opinion that the thief obtained about
ten dollars in cash and some cigars, as
the cigpr case bore evidence of having
been tampered with, a few "smokes"
having been found outside of the box
es In which they are kept About $1.50
in silver was left in tho register. No
clue has as yet been obtained
The Baptist Ladies will hold a food
sale at Wullbrandt's store, Saturday,
On Wednesday morning, at Lebanon,
Mrs Win. Forgey was severely burned
by an explosion of gasoline while
1 cleaning tho curtains with this lluid
I and part of the house was destroyed
I by lire.
Whether you are going to build or
repair this is the place to come for
"Quality Building Material"
It will pay you to keep your stock in clean, well
built barns and sheds. We have everything from
waterproofing for the roof to cement for the flooring.
Cement troughs are the thing. Estimates 'furnished.
TALK WITH US ABOUT LUMBER"
WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OP YOUR
COR LORD E R S
Is Now Ready
Ladies and Misses
Coats and Suits
If you were to come to us and ask us to observe your wishes, tastes
or fancies in the selections of Styles, it is doubtful whether we
could have exercised greater care or discrimination than has
been shown in the selection of new coats and suits now on display
loBbite. Dress Fabrics
Anticipating your purchase of materials for a new Easter Outfit we have laid in a splendid slock
of Wash Fabrics, Silks and Wool Dress Goods. You will be pleased with the variety of new
weaves, styles and colorings. Come and enjoy this beautiful display of Spring merchandise.
R. P. WEESNER & CO.
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