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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JANUARY 12. 1922
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Are You Buying Dependable
That is The Kind We Sell
Malone Gellatly Co.
J. N. Havel Purchases
COUNTY COM MISSIONEUb
i TUAVSAH' MITfri IH'SIVIWS
Exide Battery Station, flll! . . , -f. , , i
A 11IO UUIll bllU VUllU JIAtM IWl lilt
,, , , ,, ,, . . . 'first statue meeting of the jcar the
Tills week It. C. Hurtlon, who has , . . . ' , . ,
b.e.ilt.ol,u.v.. of the Kxl.K- lJUtery County I oanl of Commissioner met
Station for the imst several moiilm., l,lt 10 Clck " m' w,th a" membcra
sold the business to . I N Havel who,
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That we follow the market on groceries and are selling:
Post Toasties at OC
Cream of Wheat 30C
Shreded Wheat fl. 1 i 5C
Large Pork and Beans fiiOG
Mcdi,unrPork and Beans'..- wG
Small Pork and Beans, 2 for ZOO
Crushed Pineapple, solid pack
in gallons, extra fine
Don't pay 30c for half lb. Heashey
Cocoa, when we will sell you 2 lbs.
just as good or better, for
Extra fancy dry apricots per. lb &0C
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 amount 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 $5. We also have the Buttermilk
Hog Builder. A trial will convince you.
The Farmers Union
RED CLOUD, NEBR.
litis taken p(ise,sdnti. Mr Iliivcl litis
woiked for Heveral imvn in tlio Uf.
Cerent pinnies of this city and is tu
every way fittotl to tiikn cuu of the
clootrlual troubles of tlio patrons of
the htutioti Tlio Chief alone with tlio
business men aroRliul to weleomo John
Into business eiu-les ,itiin. Mr. Biif
don bus niinl no ilefinito plans for his
Crabill's Barn Burned Down
Tuesday evening at !):!.") Hie L. M,
Ciabill lively b.un on I-'ast Koiiilh
avenue, one of the old land uiiiiks of
the I'ity, eaulit on lire and whs binn
ed entirely to the jji ontid Tnis build
in); was used bj Mr Ciabill as a stih.
in?o bain foi" hjs stieet cars anil also as
ii livery for many veins, and for 'tlio
past few months It bus been vaeabt
As soon as the (lie bell iiiiik tho tlio
tm-n ic-poudcd (piiekly and by tliilr
3fforts tlio old Holland House and tho
Cottage Ofooerj were s-uvd. Grn)t
Turner had his hoisu di.uvn heaiscnnd
Mr Ciabill bad mi old heaisc and cab
stoied in the burn. KiTtpen hundred
(lollais insurance was c.irriod on tlio
Iiiitlclititr and tho contvlits. Tim butk'
nig was practically consiiined before tbe
alarm could be ivcu and there is little
doubt bid that the tlio was of lin-vm'.
DISTRICT COURT WAS IN
SESSION ON WEDNESDAY
Judge Dihvorth, with Court Report
er Dorsey Bainl held n short session
of district court here Wednesday. The
cases disposed of arc as follows:
Al'cc Bessie Mcintosh vs Edgar
Mcintosh, defendant given ten dayB
to file amended answer and
Meeting called to order uy the
County Clerk. On Motion C. A. Wal
do was re-elected chairman of the
Board for tho year 19122. Board
adjouned to 10 o'clock p. m. Boatd
reconvened at 1 p. m. all members
Chairman Waldo appointed the fol
lowing committees for the year.
Bridge Committe District No. 1
Chaplin, Shidler and Stumphcnhorst.
Tlrulirn fVimmifinn nirctvief Mn '.'
Stumpl.enliorst, Waldo and Crowcll.
Biidgc Committee District No. J
Waldo, Stumphcnhorst and Crowcll.
Bridge Committee District Mo, -1
Crowcll, Waldo and Shidler.
Bridge Committee District No. ii
Shidler Crowcll and Waldo.
Committee to check County Trea
surer's office Chaplin, Crowcll and
Committee to check all other Coun
ty Officers Shidler and Stumphcn
horst. Poor Farm Committee Crowcll,
Stumphcnhorst and Chaplin.
On motion the sum of 100 was
allowed the six newspapers of the
county for publishing tho Commis
sioners proceedings for thc.ycar 1022.
Same 'to lie divided equully between
the six papers.
County Treasurer's Semi-Annual
statements to bo pubiiuhed by the
Blue Hill Leader and the Commercial
Advertiser same to ho published at
one-half the legal rates.
Deliquent Tax-List to bo published
by the lied Cloud Chief and the
Bladen Enterprise. Same to be pub
lished at one-half the legal rate.
Motion ntade and carried that the
Budget of expense necessary for the
office of County Agent for the year
cross 1921 be approved as filed with tho
I County Clerk by the Webster County
The Clarke Buchanan Co. vs James Farm Bureau.
E. Harris ct al, settled and dismissed, j A motion was made and carried
Luther C. Brown vs Williard A. that tho County Clerk bo instructed
Brown, Intcrvenor given ten days to to advertise for Bridge Bids for tho
Effio Holcomb vs John Holcomb,
settled and dismissed.
John A. Elliott vs William Gulshell,
There being no bids filed for
printing and stationery each officer
was instructed to buy their necessary
supplies in tho open market where
Chas. K. Bessie vs Cora E. Brcrcton ever they can 'to tho best advantage
ct al, action revived in name of J. W. of the County.
Auld, Administrator " On motion made and carried tho
D. W. & F. G. Turnure et al vs County Superintendent was allowed n
Board of Equalization, settled and sum not to exceed ?8ti0 for office
dismissed. , help and expenses for the year 102i:.
F. G. Tumure & Son vs Board of Motion made and carried that the
Equalization, findincr as to value as County Assessor be allowed a sum
HARNESS and SADDLERY
Back to Pre-War Prices
Come in and see for yourself our exceptional values.
Harness ancfte'ather goods of all kinds oiled and repaired
J. 0. BUTLE
fixed by Board of Equalization.
Grace Church Services
Second Sunday after Dpiphamy
Sunday Hohool at 10 a m.
Morninir Servicn with Sermon
Itev. .7. M. Bates at It n. m.
No nveninc Sorvica
Como and worship (tod in His Sanctis
not to exceed 350 for office help for
Motion made and carried that tho
County Judge be allowed the sum of
$000 for clerk hire in his office tor
On motion made and carried the
following estimate of expenses for
Webster county for. the year 1922 was
made and adopted.
Tho Booster dinner ananicod by the. Mother's Pensions
special committee, of tho CliumliBr of Assessor and Deputies
Commerce will tnlco plueo nt tho Royal , County Board and Equal-
Hotl on Friday cvBiiing nt 7 oVlouk,
An effort is being tnado to beeino Mr.
Mrs. Ed. Amack
I. T. Amack
Amack & Amack
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUDNEB
I. T. AMACK-Pi IONE 1ND. 76M
County Attorney's office
Adum Biecdti of the Hastings Trlbuno 'Books and Stationery .-
Co. Supt. offico
Co. Highway Commis
sioners Co. Agricultural Societies..
for an address
Tho oiliuers of tho Red Cloud Flro
Department stato that the next fire
that breaks out in tho business district
of this city a strong roport will bo sent
to tho State Firo Marshal concerning Co. Agent's pffice
tho building nnd th owner of same. Incidentals
An occasional Hro is to bo expected, Elections -
but during tlio past few montha flr-s Bridges
have beun entirely too niimoiouH to be Roadti ,
consistent with tho slzo of tho city,
Hnd they luiva to tlnht flro with equip-
merit tho nice, of which has long been
On motion made and carried tho
discuided iy towns inuoli smaller than County Treasurer wns instructed to
thin, The feeling is uiimilnioun (.hut striko off tho $10 000.00 tnortimnro
this city can and should afford modern given in by D. L. Daily on his 1921
0flM,PmoDt' ' (Continued on page 8)
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 - - $ 8 o40
These are both special values at the prices.
Also a very few guaranteed eight day
alarm clocks at the right price.
We Make 'Quality' Right Then the PricelRight I
Red cioud Jeweler and Optometrist Nebraska
We do building from the excavating to the painting
complete. We 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.
We build screen doors and window screens and do
ca'rpcnter work of all kinds. Let us have your order for
screen doors and window screens now.
Shop first door north of Holland Hotel. Res. phone 72N
FOR 110 BUSHELS
Left at the Red Cloud Elevator, and Credited to
My Account,' You Can Have Your Choice of a
The Above Price Are Less Than These Ranges
Can be Laid Down For in My Store Today.
Thcso Ranges Will Not be Reduced in Price.
This Offer is Good Only For The Stock I Have
Now on Hand.