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K13D CLOUD, XEJ5RASKA. DKCKMUiT 25,7.)r.. NUMBER 51
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Interest paid on Time Deposits
Deposits Guaranteed by Depositors
Guarantee Fund of State of Nebraska
Webster County Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $35,000
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Edward Floiancc, President
S. R. Florance, Cashier l ;
Sunday, December 21
10 a. m. Sunday School
11 a. m. Christmas Service
6:30 p. m. C. E. Service
Union Services, Sunday Fvening, at Congregational
Church. Sermon by Rev. Eshelman.
District Court Proceedings
District J mlo Dilworth was In tlio
city Wodiicdiiy and hold rut Kqully
ti'rm of district court at which thru-
tliu following cisos were disposed of:
.John R Seolt vh J. K. Scott ul ul.
lli'fcrcc's j-alc conllrmed, Di-od ordered,
I M.iiy Lcinko v.s llcrmnn Lmiilie ct
al. Mult: continued, Deed oidored,
I I'iliziibeth Ki'llur vs .John Liilley til
nt. I' K. Miuucr uppoiiitvd Koferoo It)
run It o purtition.
Win. II. Noirls vs Churlc.3 S. Norrlf,
etui. J. S liilliiim uppolntcd ttiiiml.
Inn nd litem to tcprc-cut the minor
heirs, mid Vj. (. CulthM'll iippoiuttd
Kefereo to tnuku purtition.
Congregational Church Notes
Sunday School ul 10 o'clock us usual.
Tim mornlnp; lueHching scrvico will
be THketi up by the. children with their
Cliiiittnas projjtwn. The pastor will
give a Christinas story riitcrestlng to
tliu children mid all. Von are wel
come Baptist Church Notes
Sunday School at 10 u. m.
The Sunday School will hold Christ
mats festivities Wednesday evening at
7:110. An interesting progi-Hiu will lo
rendered fo. lowed by eats and treats.
We hope to do our lull share to help
bring Christmas cheer within reach of
every chlltl in onr city.
Our beloved pastor, JJro. Harper, is
couilned to his room. He has the sin
cere sympathy not only of his own
pt'Ople but of the entire community In
Ins atlliction. .
N-jw that the coal miners strike is
over and prospects of n normal output
of coal is in sight tliu Jretrii:tions t u
fuel anil business hours has been modi'
tied and it is expected that within a
fow days things In general will return
to its normal statu. Ucginniug at noon
today the electric current was turned
on for day service. This was welcom
ed by the printing fraternity of the
city, tt3 for the past ton days they have
been oti the night shift. Local coal
dealers are permitted to till ordeis
without a permit from the fuel onir.
mitte, but under restrictions In (pinn-
tlty. Business houses ron.a'n opi n
until !) p. m Pool halls mid restau
rants until 10 p in. The ban has been
entirely lifted on churches, lodges, etc.
Mail Them Now
Postmaster Lutsou has. issued his nu
nual, proclamation, "Mail Your Christ
mas Packages Karly " JJy doing this
you not only assist the local pott otllce
emplyees In their work, but you will
also assist in speeding up on tliu de
livery on your packages. .Mail them
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'nually sponsors the sale of the Red
Cross Christmas Seals. ..
Vhc .J. SI. Stowtutl ci Sois Pispor
sion Sale was held on 'niiirsilay, Do
comber 11, us advertised.
Owing to .storms and atinulcd trains
very fcv foreign buyers wore able to
vouch IUhI Cloud for the Male. Aino
local buyers from surrounding tcr
tcrr.tory wore unable to get here.
Also owing lo the fact that 100 head
of the cattle wort' lo be sold on the af
ternoon of December llt'n, so us to
lot Col. Duncan and the foreign buy
el's take No. 17, for Krunklut where a
sale Mas to he held the following day,
Mr. Steward withhold one-half of
hi offering so that the, Calf Club
members could dispose of the;r calves
and close up the Calf' Club Project, j
Sir. Steward selected Ml head from
the 01 head they had catalogued, that
so'.d for $1,805, making an average
The consignment consisted of 22
females at an average of 517 and S
' bulls at nn average of $1110. Twenty of
the !0 head sold remain in the county.
'The top of the sale was purchased
by' Clarence Johnston of Kcd Cloud, on
a two-year old heifer at $11250.
The top of the bull :-alo was iy. J.
W. SIcIHrath of Fort Morgan, Colo
rado on the show hull, Royal Star, at
(The day's events closed with a
Stockittcr.'s Hanqitct, jfiven by t the.
TtcVcloltd Chamber of Commerce to1
visiting stockmen and Calf Chili mem
bers. The Banquet was presided over by
Toastmaster llcrnard SIcKeny Web
ster county's most prominent breeder
of Slilking Shorthorn Cattle. i
Those responding to the toast were
Dr. Damerell, representing the city
of Red Cloud; Gov. Ashton C. Siml
lenherger; Col. II. S. Duncan and
County Agent Fuusch.
On account of the lateness of the
hour and the visiting stockmen hav
ing to leave on No. 17, Col. Hesse's
prepared toast was deferred until the
dedication of the Hesse Auditorium.
CALF CLUH SALE
Thirty head sold at an average of
So-12.;t.'5, twenty-five Shorthorns hell
ing at an average of $l!UG.-10. These
same calves, six months ago, cost or.
an average- of S100. Five Ilcrefords
I sold at an average of $:!70.00. Ten of
i the thirty head were purchased by
members of the Calf Club. 20 hcao
of the consignment lomained in tho
county. The toji ca!f, selling for $1150,
was owned by Alarjorio Stunkurd,
Hod Cloud. f
CAI.F CI.UIJ PRIZF.S AND SA1.K
The Calf Club exhibits were Judged
by A. C. Shallenbcrger of Alma, and
he also awarded the ribbons.
In the first group of Shorthorns
there Mere eight head competing. Of
this Slarjorio Stunkard won first prize
$10. Harold Whitaker, second prize
!?B. Amelia Steward, third prize j
$G. Oscar Ramcy, fourth?!. Curtis
Steward, fifth $2. I
Group 2 Prizes same as in group
1 8 head competing: Walter Vance
Guide Rock, first; Uort Norris, Red i
Cloud, second; Julius Enycart, Ina-j
vale, third; Leo Terrill, Cowles,
fourth; Henrietta Steward, Red Cloud,
Group a Prizes same as in group
1. I) head competing: Alfred Frlngcr,
Guide Rock, first; Helen Stunkard,
Red Cloud, second; Dorothy Hasc
brook, Illaden, third; Floyd Day, Red
Cloud, fourth and Floyd Knycurt, In-
Sweepstakes A Ribbon with .Mar
jorio Stunkard, Walter Vanco and
Alfred Fringer compoting, went to
Horefords Renfrew Pitnoy, :na
vnle, first, $25; Vaughn Lewis, Iliad
en, second, $7.00; Chas. Rciglc, Ina
valo, third, $8.00; Cecil Means, Red
Cloud, fourth and Henry Peterson,
The American Shorthorn BretMlors'
Association offered $26 and Grand
Champion Ribbon for best bull of the
show. This was won by Clarence John
ston on Village Avon. Reserved Cham
pionship went to Norton Steward on
Royal Star. $15 and handsome ribbon
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Note These Prices
Regular 25c Tomatoes ,- - - 22c
Regular 25c Kraut -' - 20c
. i in . ! ! Hi I ' i HI ! "mm "'" "" " ' "' " '" '
Regular 20c Corn - -; - ' - 18c
Regular 30c Dried Peaches - 28c
Navy Beans are sold for - . - i22C
No. 3 can Pork and Beans ' - 17c
5-lb can Calumet Baking Powder - $1.00
All Grocery Prices Figured on' a Cash Basis
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J. F. Edwards, Mgr. Red Cloud, Neb.
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