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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA, MARCH 23, 1922
Special Soap Sale
AN ADVANTAGEOUS PURCHASE OF A LARGE AMOUNT
OP SOAP ENABLES US TO OFFER YOU
Pearl White Soap
DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS COUNTY
Distiict court met Monday, with
Judgo Blnckledgc on the bench and'
Couit Reporter Johnston keeping a
SESSION ON TUESDAY
Red Cloud, Nebraska
March 21, 1922
The County Hoard of Comm'ssion-
rccord of events. This was to have
been a jury term, but as there was era met as per adjournment at 10
so little work for a jury, it was de- o'clock p. m. with all members prcs-
cided to save the county this expense, cnt.
Box 80 Bars - - $4.20
With 8 Free Packages of GOLDEN ROD
Box 10 Bars - " -.' $ .53
With 1 Free Package of GOLDEN ROJDJ
WHILE OUR PRESENT .SUPPLY LASTS. WE OFFER THIS
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY SOAP AT THESE "ALMOST
WHOLESALE" PRICES.' THIS WONDERFUL WHITE
LAUNDRY SOAP CONTAINS "WATER SOFTENING,"
"BLEACHING" AND DIRT STARTING" QUALITIES. AT
TEND THIS SALE, OR TELEPHONE YOUR ORDER. WE
HAVE EQUALLY GOOD "BARGAINS" ON OTHER PRO
DUCTS. Our Car Of
Early Ohio Seed Potatoes
Has Arrived. Place Your Order Now
Farmers' Union Store
Red Cloud, Nebraska
For That New
YOU WILL WANT SILK
and the jurymen wore notified that
they need not appear.
The following is a list of the mat
ters given consideration:
State of Nebraska vs. Lloyd Cra
bill, a plea of simple assault consented
to and a fine of 13 and costs assessed.
State of Nebraska vs. Charles RIcli-
State of Nebraska vs. Dclph and
Chaplin, reported on parole.
W. II. Tolley vs. Earl R. Slawson,
Alice Bessie Mcintosh vs. Edgar
Johnson B. Wisecarvcr vs. Roscoc
John Baikley vs. Guy Merrill, con
tinued. . JT v
Jas. W. Auld vs. Cora E. Brcreton
et al., continued.
Ruby Schouburg vs. Henry Ander
Mrs. Anna Kempkes vs. George
Kempkes, sale confirmed.
Guy Cone vs. Minnie A. Cone ct al.,
State Bank of Hildreth vs. Mas
singer et al., continued.
Oliver Hudson 'vs. Jacob Mandel
baum, case submitted to court on
Curlec Clothing Co. vs. Wilbur
Trevett, Mattis & Baker Co. vs.
Harry A. Reagor et al. continued.
George Davis vs. L. C. Peisiger ct
Ray Sutton et al vs. Clyde Wolf,
The Nebraska Bldg & Loan Assn.
vs. Leonard R. Rust ct al., decree of
Bert C. Emcrick ct al vs. Josic Ny-
berg ct al., dismissed.
Willinni Jarboe et al vs. William
The Exchange Bank of Bladen vs.
A. IT. Larrick, continued.
In the matter of application of
Myrtle Putnam to sell real estate, ap
In -the matter of the application of
Alfie Hansen to sell real estate, ap
Henry A. StcfTin vs. Charles Stcf
fin, decree quieting title.
Charles II. Kalcy vs. Willard IJ.
Steward ct al. continued.
Mattio Gouldio vs. James Gouldie,
divorce for plaintiff.
Lula L. Wood vs. Grant Houchin
ct al, sale ordered.
John Curtis Hassclbachcr vs. Chas.
McConkoy et al., continued.
ThG following bonds were approved
by.Boaid: John Hutchins, Road
Overseer Dist. No. 6 II., Allied Corn
Two petitions wcic piesonted to the
Board from Potsdam precinct for the
appointment of an assessor to fill
vacancy caused by the death of E. H.
Funke Sr. After considering the num
ber jof signatures to each petition a
motion was made by Sluinpcnhoist
seconded by Chaplin that Otto Muol
ler be appointed to fill this vacancy.
The Board expected to meet the D.
vision Engineer at this meeting to ar
range and decide on the Budgot neces
sary for the maintenance of the Fed
eral roads for 1922. A telephone
message was leccived from the Di
vision Engineer btating that he couM
not meet the Board at this meeting
A RECENT BULLETIN
From The Edison Factory is as Follows:
am set .April 3rd as the date when
he 'would meet with Board and ar
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ranco t us matter.
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, xn luiruru 10 vim ivti asu.-.hiiii:nt
01 ,tuo JM:.rsh Haulwarc Stock in
GiHdc Rock the County Treasurer
wv.s instructed to i educe their asses -rceni
to the sJim of 84000.00.
On motion mndc and carried John
Hanson was appointed Road Overseer
of District No. 11 B.
The following claims were audited
and allowed and County Clerk in
structed to draw warrants on the pro
per funds in payment of same:
Woodstock Typewriter Co $100.00
Clara McMillan 04.13
County Treasurer 230.51
Smith & McKimmcy.-. -.-- C6.7B
Dr. Damerell 8.00
F. E. Maurer- 3.00
A. L. Ambrose 3.10
T. R. Laftcr 3.10
E. D. Lieby 37.f0
H. R. Fauscli . . 1 215.00
Anno Stumpenhorst ..:.. ... . C0.00
E. Peters 3..G5
T. J. Chaplin 47.50
II. H. Crowell 25.00
II. A. Stumpenhorst 37.90
C. A. Waldo 237.00
Grant Shidler 80.10
BRIDGE FUND x
Al Turner. 10.00
Wm. Sawyer 15.00
POOR FARM FUND
Standard Oil Co
tiiTfi.. ' iTTj,! Mill' liwi-n iTMBMwwfriwnwiinfcwii iif Ji tn it nmimtmtWnw mm 1
Have a new line in Foulard, Canton Crepe, Crepe de
Come in and let us show them to you. They arc priced
right as to grado and, quality.
Red Cloud, Neb.
. AGENT HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS
Was an Enjoyable Affair
Tlie Bubiness Women's (ilub hulcl
their regular mcuUtig last evening at
tho I. O. O. l hull nud all In attend
ance rcpoit an onjoynbIo timo Since
tho diitu was not fur removed from St
Patrick's Day tho Ktie&ts as they nrrlv
ed wote glycu a gioon cup and tequlr
ed to his the "Blarnoy Stone."
Many tfanicj wore enjoyed injuludiug
a potato race for which prizes wore
given furnishing grout aiiiuseinont for
nil probont, After lunch was served
dancing wus engaged in.
Tlioso in charge of arrangements de
servo groat crodlt for tho splendid
manner In which all weio entertained.
The Ml.ss,es Ituehcl Cowdon, Anno
Stuuiphcnhorst uud Ruby Koon com
posed the committee on ontortuiument
while tho Misses Emma Bargman, Lot
tto Emorton, Joslu Igou and Mrs
Graca Wolfe had charge of serving the
Holy Land Pictures
Tho sermon lecture on "Tho Holy
h and" which was given at the- Baptist
church last Sunday night will be re
peatcd to-night by request.
Geo. McKinncy ...
G. D. Barry.
M. B. Robertson
L. W. Ely.
J. B. Stanser.
It. T. Wccsncr
No further business
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Board adjourned to meet April 3rd,
at 10 o'clock n. m.
B. F. PERRY,
LIFE or PAUL TO BE
GIVEN IN PICTURES
"Tho Life Of Paul," and his remark
ablo missionary journeys will be the
subject of tho illustrated sermon-lecture
at' the Bapt st church next Sun
Paul has been called tho "Christian
Hero Of All Timo" and ho has nor
been mis-namod. No more romantic
story has ever been written than tho
story of his life.
Tho pictures will show many of the
hcones of h's travels and adventures.
Tarsus and many other cities of
ancient times will bo shown.
The service begins at 7:30 and
Baptist Church Notes
Sunday School 10 a. m.
Morning Worship 11 a. m, The Pbt
or speaks on "Tho Orcatucss of the
Evening Worthlp 7:30 p. m. An Il
lustrated sormon lecture on "The Life
To Edison Disc Dealers:
Here is a new idea From now on we will keep
you advised of what new music wc have recorded
but which for one reason or another has failed to
pass our editors as a regular issue.
On order from you. through your jobber, to the
effect that you have an actual order from a cus
tomer for any of these selections, wc will make
them to order for your customer.
. That's all there is to it, but that's
Neither you. your jobber, nor ourselves will
carry any stock of these records.
You 'must have your customer's
before we will manufacture. Wc will not
accept cancellations nor returns in any way.
We are going to operate a strictly "custom
built" or "made to order" department, and your
customer must expect to wait a reasonable time
for a record, just as he or she would expect to wait
longer in a restaurant for dishes" specially cooked
than for those marked "ready."
THOMAS A. EDISON INC.,
Musical Phonograph Division
B. H. Newhouse
Rcjchuj Jeweler and Optometrist AMm
Wc 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. Wc 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
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. phone 72N
The young man in love often goes into raptures about
"the blue of the sea in her eyes 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 flics out at the window. .'
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
Edward Floiance, Prejident Rod Cloud, Nob. S. Rf Flotahce, Cadiitr
Capital and Surplus $33,090,00
Vtpotlts Quaranttbjtht Dupultom (iunraty Jfandofth Slatt of Xilratki
Are You Buying Dependable
That is The Kind We Sell
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