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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JANUARY 5. 1922
Are You Buying Dependable
That is The Kind We Sell
Grace Church Services ifew "peace" Dollar
First Sunday after Kpiphamy I
Services for Sunday, Jan. 8th, as fol-
Sunday School at 10 i. m.
Morning huivico at 11 u. in.
Kvening Service ttt7'..'i0 p. m.
Tho Kpipli.uny season is in com-
Will Be Out Tuesday
t Malonc Gellatly Co. i
Sell Your Cream
Feed Your Calves And Pigs Skimmed Milk
You no doubt will shake your head in disaproval
at this suggestion, and yet farmers over the country
arc doing this very thing and making money by it.
You Can't Afford to Let a Calf Have Cream
so long as butter fat js bringing the price that is
being paid for it at'the present time. Give the pigs
and calves an inexpensive food mixed with the
skimmed milk and market the cream for cash.
Security Food Compound for calves or pigs
contains every element necessary for their healthy
growth that the cream contains. Besides "being an
ideal food it acts as a tonic, giving strength and
vitality. A small amounjt of Security Food mixed
with skimmed milk gives surprising results.
A special offer to prove its merits
To get you to using this food we are going to make
a special price of 54 for a 25 pound pail, the regular
price of which is S5. We also have the Buttermilk
Hog Builder. A trial will convince you.
moratiun of tho visit of tho Wisu Men
from (he East who rnnie to worship
and honor tho Infant Christ they
were the first Gentiles to see Jesus
hence tho feust is called The Epl
pliainy or the Manifestation of Christ
to the (lentlles.
Ou Friday, .Inn. (Jth at 8 p. in. there
will he a service of Evening Prayer
with special EpipliHiny hymiiHand sor
nion by Rev. J M. Ilatus.
All are welnonie
Washington, D. C, Deo ttl.-Tho
uvv silver dollar of the 1021 design
the peaco dollar will ho ready for
Jdhtiibutlon Tuesday, it wan snidtndi.y
lit the treasury. Coinage of the new
dollar is being rushed iy the l'hUnt'ol
p'lia mint, oillelals said. The first dol
lirof the new series struck olf hue
bieu presented to President Hatdlug.
The new dollar lias tho head of llbei tv
on one side ami on the other a ilovo
upon a mountain top, ulutchitut an
olive branch, struck by the rays of tho
sun, with tho word"pcuco" bcuoath it,
This is tho first change in the design
0' the dollar since 1878, oflioials snld,
and will remain as tho design of tho
dollar for twenty. five years, unlfbn
changed by legislation.
About 000,000 of the now dollarB pro
bably will bo coined with tho dat of
11)21 and after that the dollar will carry
(Into of the year in which it is stiuclc
oil'. EHorts are being made, it was ex.
plaiued, to complete the coinage of at
least a half million of the new dollars
with the 1021 date in order to avoid
n scarcity of the coin which would re
sult in a n re in in oi being placed upon
t lit-in by numismatist.
There will bo in all about 8l80,000,COO
of the new design coined, otllcials said
Coinage of silver dollars ceased in 11)01
it was explained, when the silver pur
chases authorized by tho Sherman act
had beeu completed, but it watt re-inn
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
BE PRACTICAL I
The young man in love often goes into raptures about
"the blue of the sea in her oyes and the golden haze of
autumn in her hair." but remember this, young man
SHE'LL EAT just the same as any other healthy girl.
Therefore, get down to practical affairs. Save your
money, deposit it in a good reliable bank like ours and
get ready to own a home for you and the girl and to
provide the three square meals a day that you will both
need as long as you live. You know when poverty comes
in at the door, love sometimes flies out at the window.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floiancc, President Rod Cloud, Neb. S. R. Flotance, Cathie r
Capital and Surplus $J5,ooo oo
Deposit Guaranteed by the Vepoiftor Guaranty Fantt of the State of Nibraeka
CITY COUNCIL HOLDS
REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
Mayoress Mary Peterson called tho
Council together in regular session,
with all members present, in tho
Council chambers, on Tuesday even
ing and after tho minutes of tho De
cember meeting wero read and ap
proved and the report of the City
, Treasurer, presented and placed on
file tho Council listened to a report
of Supt. Frazicr regarding a test en
j Deep Rock lubrirating oil and the
good qualities of the St. Clairo Re
fining Co. products as explained by
one of their representatives, finally
vctfng to give the latter a thirty day
I ChiL of recoct for the Council tht,UAr"lu n February ofthlsy.ear, when
1 Mayoress annotated B. It. Frazicr. lu puidiaae of silver wnsbegUu iml.'r
'superintendent of tho water and light, t!' Wttiiitiu act to replace the dolla.s
donnrtmnnt nt n salnrv of S1G0.00 , meiiou mm som 10 w.o i.r.u.. Buu...
ii. ...i.:t. I:- . Iinent duriiii: tlio war.-rSunday World
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I Tho Mayoress stated that tho town
of Cowlcs desired to arrange to take
light from the Red Cloud plant and
tho matted was taken under advise
ment. ' Tho superintendent was instructed
to procure an extra transformer for
use at the Auditorium, W. J. Linn
to pay for tho same and take it out
I It was moved and seconded that the
Mayoress and Clork bo instructed to
draw warrants to pay Dr. Seoh S-V
000.00 and the Grand Island Loan &
, Trust Company $2,000.00.
The following resolution was adopt
ed: Rc3 lived, That the members of
the City Council are, and a:pcct
continue in be, unanimous in support
ing the authority ot the Mayor over
all the appointees of the city and any
violation of the orders of the Mayor
I uy miy oi mo iijiiiomiee win uc nuuin
! ed by the Council sufficient caifso for
litis removal by the Mayor, and the
appointment of his successor. .
The following claims wero allwcd:
B. R. Frazicr- $150.00
W. A. I'atton.-...
, OUio Buzzard
S. K. Florancc
O. C. Ted"
C. R. Lewis
'American Ins. Co.
One of Each $2.75
While the present stock lasts I am offering
two bargains. A guaranteed watch with
unbreakable crystal . - - $ 1 ,40
A guaranteed alarm clock - - $ 1 .40
These are both special values at the prices.
Also a very few guaranteed eight day
alarm clocks at the right price.
I We Mike 'Quality' RightThen the PriceRight I
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B.H . Newhouse
xc j aouj Jeweler and Optometrist ncbrakj
Webster County Argus
Clins. Barrett t....
Geo. II. Overing.
Johnson Oil Co.
Nat'l Refining Co
Wc do building from the excavating to the painting
complete. Wo will figure your jobs to furnish all mater
ials, or otherwise, to suit our customers. We do FRAME
BRICK and STUCCO work, Let us show you the differ
ence between good and inferior stucco.
Wc build screen doors and window screens and do
carpenter work of all kinds. Let us have your order for
screen doors and window screens now.
Shop first door north of Holland Hotel. Res. phono 72N
The u was a vory pretty home wed.
ding iu Republican City when Rf B
Brooks, pastor of tho Methodist lvpis
copal church, .pronounced the words
uniting in marriage Mlsa Margaret
Drew of this city and Mr. Carl Saladen
of Uethnny, Nehraslca.
Miss Brow was born and grew to
womanhood hero. Sho graduated fiotn
the local high school in lDlT anil hns
since been teaching nmr lnro. She
hns a host of frlemR
Mr, S'iladen's home was at Red Cloud
whern'ho graduated from tho Hi h
to (School, until lie entered Cottier Utii-
verslty, where he is now in his senior
year. He is a student volunteer and
is now serving as student pastor a few
m'le.s out from LiiK'olu, Be isayounu
man of grt'at"promise.
Tho wedding ceremony was porforr
ed at tho resi lence of Mr. and Mr.
Jay Drew iu the south part of town, at
9 o'clooli Sunday, December i!.", a real
Christmas wedding. After tho cere-
125.00 inony the bridal couple, with tile hiichIf,
85.00 H't down to a delightful wedding
75.00 ! breakfast
43.75 Tho sister of tho bride, Mrs. Enel
370.70 Garver, was bridesmaid and the
48.88 groomsman was Mr. Hollis BaMelz of
75.00 ' Harlan, Kansas.
Thoso present wnro Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Drew, Mi. and Mrs. Eucl Garver of
Waunota and theirchildron, Mrs Lea-
vitt of Bethany and her daughter,
Helen and Mr. Hollis Da Met, of Har
Tho bridal ceuplo spent Christmas
day at tho Drow home, attending
c'ltiroh both morning and evening, the
groom being tho pastor's guest iu pul
pit in tho morning and offering tho
Their hoine will bo in Bethany until
HARNESS aed SADDLERY
Back to Pre-War Prices
Come in and see for yourself our exceptional values.
Harness and leather goods of all kinds oiled and repaired
Bid!. Ji Oi HUI LEU Nebraska
Mrs. Ed. Amack
I. T. Amack i
Amack & Amack
': BOTH PHONES
L T. AMACK-PHONE 1ND. 76M
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NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS
All persons owning property in tho
business district of this city are re
quested to remove tho ashes out of the j,lnP Wu, Mr, snhulon will graduate
hallways and cellars &t once, uIfo from tho University.
clean up the comluistiblo material in
L. R. RUST
Deputy Firo Marshal
Tla annual stock holders' meeting
of tho Farrrars' UnJn will bo held in
tho I: 0. O. F. hall on January 17th.
Meeting called to order at 10 a. m.
BOARD OF. DIRECTORS
The love and good wishes of many,
friends in Republican City follow tlietn.
Harlan County Ranger.
Answered Final Summons
Noah McDowell, rosldlug southeait
of this city, pacd away ab his homo
this morning after an illness of sevoral
mouths. A wljfe, Uvo daughtern, two
sons and several rclatlvoa are left to
moaro bis' death.
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WE take this opportunity 'of ex
tending to our frien3Tand patrons
the Season VSreetings and wish
ing you a happy" and prosperous New
Year. Xhe splendid patronage we have
received during the past year is thoroughly
appreciated and we wish to . express our
thanks and give assurance-that we shall
put iorth every elrort, during the -eeming-year,
to make our business relations even
more satisfactory if possible.
J- C. MITCHELL
The Jeweler Red Cloud, Neb.
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