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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JUNE 0. 1921
M?m ,y Jrnr ii "WiiM igaa iiL
Milh(M ll Hill I
Sunday School Institute
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u ii ' i'Ii id' nil .-nt - (ii rim Webster
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hit ! t i mi i st lit u the ion.
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n.iu afti mh'Om, U'L'inmnir ut 'J..IU
CITV COUNCIL HOLDS
J KKGULAU aMUKTINR
Mayoress Mis Mary Peterson cnll-
( 'I (bo Council together im roi- 1 ip
urn on Tue day i .i , w i h ,J
nu'nilx rs pie- ml and .ilui ti mm
utp of the May meeting had bicu(
See Our Charming Presents
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L'..n.y.iliiiH Mr. Mnlti.wi'1 mitiliHit Is . rcnlwl ordered placed Oil file.
Our Urn Tusk " A lound table
hV Lfti ri-iirinjW LLiiwTimmiti ttntTrntrnttm HaL'
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COMFORT for it means a cool kitchen.
Economy for it wastes no fuel. You burn
kerosene oil only when you need it. Efficiency x
for a Florence Oil Stove is easy and quick of
operation and every bit of heat is concentrated
close under the codking. s?y$ i
Come in and let our salesmen show its many
good points. '
flEED GROCERIES TODAY?
"Always prepared and waiting to fill
any Grocery order" is the motto under
which our store is run. It means that no
matter how small your order may be or
what particular items you may want, we
are ready to supply them.
We never allow any of our lines of pack
age, bottled or canned goods to decrease
to a "sold out level." Neither do we offer
anything in the Vegetable or Fruit line,
unless it is strictly fresh. And what's
more, we are sure our prices will please
Satisfaction or your money back guarantee
P. A. Wullbrandt
Groceries and Queensware
discussion Is to occupy part of tin:
limn J It. Itimli it. In iiiivn iliiti'irit nf
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the music, and we understand Unit lie
is arranging for some hpeciil numbers.
AH aro invited to attend this institute.
Attractions Secured For 4th
Tlio lU'd ( loud Fire I).piirlincnl.
which litis chin i.v of llii' Fourth of
Inlv Celebration lion- litis jear is fust
(.o tine; t hoi r pmi'iim in hhsipo so
thai the day will ho nun lone; to he to-Mii-iii
lu nd. riiev liavi sei'iiH'd two of
tlie best I mi' tittiiietioti obtainable;
Mir. .mII HiotliiTH ol Kansas t'llv,
rutin ill Ikii i. nt ll imr nrtist", hikI
d miner .nid Mhiiii of I'eiitiiue. who
liu. IihiI si vend veins -pt'i it nee as
aeioluits Until of these companies to
fniuish two acts oiicli.
Maciitc(,'or's nierry-o round a u d
fen is uhetd, and sic shows have ljeeii
coniniut.'d tor ("ousideiaiilc prl.e
moiiiiy will bttoirHied lor spoils, such
as foot incus and wiriotis coiiteht",
while lioso compiinies No. 1 and No. 2
will pill on a li: water fle;ht In this
aftoriioon The lt'raiiltliii ban i will
furnish tniiKiu for the day, mid in the
afternoon there, will lie a hull Kama
between Red Cloud and Franklin. The
celebration will come to a close in the
evening with a fivo hundred dollar il
lumination of tire works, dauciug, eto.
The program will be out in about two
weeks, so begin making your plans to
come to 'this city aud enjoy 'a real
celebration, ' . "-3
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Glebe Most Pay His Fine
Louis Glebe was arrested and flued
8100 in district court in Webster
county on a charge of illegal possess
ion of liquor. He appealed to the Su
premo court, claiming thai the court
had lost jurisdiction of his case be
cause it had not brought him to trial
until after the number of terms that
the law says a man must be tried in.
Glebe's attorney sought to run in a
couple of special to rms in tlio court
The biipremo court saya tiiat it con
strues the law to mean that only ra
ular terms shall bo counted. Anyway,
it says, when a defendant consents to
have his case continued over a certain
teim it is equivalent to delaying the
application and constitutes a waiver
to the court as to the oue at which he
should bo tried State Journal.
The bids of Clove- Loy, Sam Mount
ford and Lew Simpson for hauling
coal and oil to the power house were
opened and were found lo bo as fol
lows: Loy coal 85 cents a Ion, oil
ns cents a gallon; Sam Motintford
coal !)() cents u ton, oil 1-15 cents a
gallon; Simpson coal, $1 a ton, oil,
Vj cent a gallon. Sam Motintford was
awarded the contract on condition hi
is to stand his own demurrage.
Mnlono-Olkilly Go's, bid for $'1.20
fer lineal fool and Ed McAllister'.
bid of 3.40 for the construction of
the storm t-evrov on Eighth Avenue
were submitted, hut action on 'hi.
matter was deferred until Hip i.cxl
The Council then moved tiiat ihc
Steam Uoiler iasurnnco Companj'i
policy he returned to city for can
cellation and the insurance policy of
the American Insurance Co., tor
$8000.00 on power house and contents,
which was presented be accepted. The
Travelers' Insurance Company's pol
icy covering employees liability wr.s
presented and the City Clerk instruc
ted to return same to their local rep
resentative for cancellation.
Mr. Andrews of the National Ue
ftalagjCo. was present with a de&iro
to geP.hU old account cleared up,
1 which after due consideration was re-
!... .. m ill .:u
ierrecuw tne rinance commiiicu wuu
Mr. Powell appeared on behalf of
the Fire Department requesting the
Council to allow the firo boys to
block Webster Street between Third
and Fifth Avenues on July 4, which
request was granted for the one day
enly, with the additional privihge
given the carnival company to pH:c
their ferris wheel, merry-go-round,
olc. in the above territory for five
days from June 30th to July A, in
The following claims were allowed:
IJ. R. Frnzier - $200 00
W. A. Patten . . .. 1C0 00
A. Clark .... 78 GO
Bert Perry .- 53 40
AF NO TIME IN HER LIFE CAN
YOU BETTER SHOW YOUR. DE
VOTION tO YOUR FRIEND, BY
SENDING HER A REMEMBRANCE
THAN WHEN SHE GRADUATES
UNLESS IT IS WHEN SHE WEDS.
FOR BOTH OF THESE OCCAS
IONS WE HAVE BEAUTIFUL, AP
PROPRIATE GIFTS. COMETOSEE
OUR WARES AND IT WONT TAKE
YOU LONG TO DECIDE WHAT TO
WHEN ASKED, WE SHALL BE
GLAD TO HELP YOU MAKE YOUR
We Make 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
E. H. Newhouse
rcj cioiu Jeweler and Optometrist Ncbnka
We are in the coal business and will try to have '
a supply of good coal on hand at all times, and
will have a price on it that will save you money,
We have a car of Sunnyside Maitland now,
and will have a car of NIGGERHEAD in a
few days. You will find that these are extra
We are selling this coal on a close margin
and will have to sell for cash. Please do not
ask us for credit.
The Farmers Co-op Elevator
G. A. KAILEY, Mgr.
Notice is hereby given to all Tax
Payers in Webster County, that the
County Hoard of Equillzntton will bo
in session at tho Court House in lied
Cloud on June 14th, 15th nnd 10th.
All tax-payers aro hereby advised
that if they have any complaint, to
make as to their lD2l Assessment, that
this is the proper time and only time
to make their complaint known as the
County Dcard of Equalization has the
right ut this time to equalize and cor
After tho County Hoard of Equaliza.
tion has completed their work and
Webster County's Assessment Rolls
are accepted by tiro State Hoard of
Equalization tho assassments as made
shull stand for the current year.
U. P. PEItllY, County Clerk.
Beginning Monday, June 13th, I
will commence soiling pastourled
and clcurified in lllc which is absolute
ly sterile, also coffee and whipping
cream, and buttermilk. Will deliver
milk to any part of the citv, 13 quarts
ior S1.00. Use Dairy Maid" butter.
Glvo mo a trial and be convinced.
Highest market price paid for eggs.
cream and produce.
Uotti ptionc hu. U S. ItOMIXis
Tho 1. O. O P lodge met Monday i
ovotung and eieoteii the following
S. R. Florancc
O. C. Tccl
Lawrence Doylo ..-
Smith & McKimmey
G. R. Beck ..
D. R. Whitaker
Turnure & Son
Smith & Frame
E. S. Garber
.. 37 89
. . . KJ 05
' 2 00
. 85 00
Ladies Free Ticket
Monday, June 13th
American Ins. Co. ...
C. R. Lewis
John Wilson - - 22 05
Frank Clawson 14 eu
.. 3 50
. G5 70
.. .. G 00
........ 100 42
O. B. Lcggett
C. T. Dickenson
Tho B-R Electric Co.
Midland Coal Co.
Pittsburgh Meter Co. ..
National Refining Co.
R. S. Proudfit Co
Mid-West Elcc. Co. .
A. B. McArthur .
Piatt & Frees .... ... ..
Malone-Gcllatly Co 282 10
State Elcc. Service Co. 21 22
Methodist Church Notes
UNDER THE BIG 'I ENT
Red Cloud, Nebraska
ONE SOLID WEEK
ARLINGTON STOCK CO.
AND THE SYNCO NOVELTY BOYS ORCHESTRA
25 Actors, Musicians and Vaudeville Artists 25
Opening Play A Rural Comedy Drama
In Four Acls
THE TOWN FOOL
Vaudevile Between The Acts
A Guaranteed Attraction
Change of Program Nightly. In order to introduce our
Company each lady accompanied by one paid adult
ticket and war tax will be admitted FREE
Monday Night ONLY..
Mrs. Ed. Amack I. T. Amack
-macK ex AmacK
Sunday School at 10 a. in. Church
pt'rvico at II a. m and S p. in. Epworth
lii'iiguo at 7:10 p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday ovonlng at 8 o'clock. i
If you are not uttendir.g elsewhere I
we extend to you a cordlul Invitation
to utttfiid our Sundiij School, and
chinch services. i
IIahuy W Cur-E. Pastor, j
Wo will have the buptiiiu of ehildien
nfflLm-s fm thn iikiiinir ti.i-m. 1-5. II. lit t Illl Iliomlllg Service UOXt Sunday. I
Newhouse, Xoblo (Jiand; I. T. Aw ck, J" JJip evening at eight o'clock, the
VIco Grand; JV. G. Hamilton, k . I'lilldrmi'h Day Progiam will bo givon
taryj S. It. Floranco, Treasurer. ,,y ll, ""lul'0l of tll(3 Sunday School.
About two thirty o'clock Prlihiv ...... . l . . . . .1
morning a fire broke out in the I in wl'l Kohnrtann rutiirncd homo tlio
on tho Wm. Hayes property, wlil. I i" ,,s,')r 'l0 T0'5 f,.om ,,celft or
occupied by Ulevo Loy. Mr. Loy I. ' " '""- w,,,'ru ,,e 8Punt hUVernl wtuUs'
his Roo truck stored in tho burn m ",. Wiulo Tato and ehlldiftii of Tar-
tho truck and barn burned qulekh ' " iiri anived 111 tho city cd-
fore tho ilro department could ut ' ' venlnir to vl-lt her mother,
any assistance. ' 1, Christian nnd family.
J; BOTH PHONES REDCLOUO, NEB
I. T. AMACK-PHONE IND. 76M
C. C. McConkcy returned to .ho
Soldiers' Homo nt Grand Island
C. S. Romino returned homo Thurs
day evening from Lincoln whero ho
hnd been attending to somo business
E. L. Grimes returned homo tho
first of tho week from Knoxvillo,
Illinois, whero ho attended tho fti
norat of a relative.
Mr. nnd . Monroe Meinto of
Dladen f" Sunday hero with her
father, Al lloirman. )
Mr. and Mrs, Marion Rlocm 'nct
baby went to Fairbury Friday morn
ing to spend a few days with Iioi
parents, Mr, and Mrs. Bisliop. 1 j
Mr. and Mrs. D, 13, EJielman y
turned to their homo nt McPhorson,
Kansas, Thursday after 'spending: a
week with relatives and friends here.
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