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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. DECEMBER 14. 1922
ftfeft$ &mM!mik Tax Payers Notice
Tlii-re will ben taxpayers mabs meet
intr't'lniiRiiuy, Deo. 21. t. 1 o'clock
&' nhifp, to be held Mt the court house in
.U Red Cloud. Evct-v ix par Is re
fit niits'"'1 to Rttend llii meetm .
Hy Order of Cuminlnoe.
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$tTpHE present that gives pleasure, not merely for-
: a few days, but for long months and years, isW
X the ideal gift.
$ RESIGNS full of the beauty of art are lound in
W JiiisitJniiii' nroiusiun nure.
tHOOSIN fi is nn lonrror a task, linf
SCHOOL SYSTEM A
POINT OV ATTACK
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A vny ilelllitful fmiiily '"Union
was lifhl tit thi! lioine or Mi lUrbarn
PliMii-h l.it Sniiiiiiy evt'iitiiv Fred
Piiu on and U of Miorieupi'lls were
hfit lleiiry l'hiireh nn.l uilu from
C u I in I ( I iv, Chiiries nml .Shfiulun
Plntifn anil iln-ir fumili-s weru hi'lc
from iulile It'irK A Iioiiii'miiis dlii
iifr ." iii'i-i:ni il ty Mrs I'liarcH,
ivlm was inili'cil vcij hupp.' to tin vc
nil In'. fimil liioniid t lie Ikiiiik talilu
Ollee (.Mill foi such a ,j , v m.s ofi-inn
The Value of Good Roads
There ure iilnnit lilO.OU'i jnNiiiiuliileH
in Xibriif-kn The aveiaue ceiiof oper-
.itimi, ineliiilln ri pairs, (leptcnation
and fuel, i.s esiunated to lm eleven
cents a mil", mid the average jenry
mlleufje iv (0(i() miles per ear. which
nieiiiiH I hut $lo3, 11)0,0 H) is Npuiil nlli iw
ally foi operatinj; the enrr. of tho stutc.
By u coiiHarvtitive estinntle (ooil ro ds
deereahe operuttu,' expenweb twnniy
Uvo percent. A coutinualion of tie
Kood roads pioratn of the htate will
tlicreforc save $:i9,(i0O,0lK) to auto driv
ers vuch year, or 8 1 ( per car.
Figures voveriuu the total amount
of farmers' haulage, either by motor
or horse drawn vehicles, ure not
available, and we cannot estimate the
Raving on this item It is known how.
over, that tho expense of hauling is
reduced U." per cent by itood roKilb
The behellts derived from gord
roads are so grat ami ho commonlv
rt'eognized that any proplisltion to iwr.
tail or abandon their construction
maintei mice receives liitin serii-t h
BUY PRACTICAL GIFTS
Hand Bags Dress Goods
Handkerchiefs Ladies' Coats
Sweaters Childrens Coats
Silk Hose Underwear
Gloves . Blankets
Mittens Baby Blankets
Ribbons , Petticoats
Many other items let us help you plan your Christ
mas Gifts. Everything in Christmas Candies
The H- P. Weesne Gompany
Phone Ind. 3 on 90, Bell 174.
Residence, Bell 241
Mrs. Ed Amack
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB
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PROGRAM FOR THE
COMSI UNITY CANTATA
Tho following is the program for
tJ.io Christmas cantata, "Tito, Light
Eternal," with nvisic by II. W. Totrie,
to ho given by the Community Chorus
under tho direction of Miss Joscpliino
Mizer, with Mrs. Howard S Foe as
accompanist, at the Be sc Auditorium
on Sunday evening, December 17th,
commencing at 8 o'clock.
Invocation .-..i Ilcverend Cope
Chorus Praisp the Great
Z Z. Redeemer.
Tenor Solo and Chorus. It Speaks
to the Werld.
Soloist Mr. Glen Mountford
Bass Solo and Chorus God"
Hath Given a Son
Soloist Mr. N. B. Busli
Soprano Sclo and Chorus While
Soloist Mis.5 Mildred Boren
Trio for Soprano, Tenor and Bari
tone Star of Bethlehem
Mrs. Gellatly, Messrs. L. Wagoner
and N. B. Bush
Contralto Solo The Dawning
Mrs. Frank Hughes
Tenor Solo and Quartet .Ho Came
To Give Salvation
Mesdamos Gellatly and Bush
Messrs. Bu?h and II. Thomas
Soprano Solo and Chorus Born
In a Manger
Soloist Miss Pearl Hines
Soprano Solo and Chorus .Tho
Light of Glory
Soloist Mrs. Laird Potter
Duet for Sprano and Contr. Iter
Mesdamoj Laird Potter aid Earl Hall
Tenor Solo and Chorus Tho
, Light of All tho World
Soloist Mr. C. L. Cotting
Soprano Solp Angel Voices
Miss Itu'jy Koon
Chorus Lc-d Me
Benediction -., Reverend Franta
Savo this program and take it vith
No admission fee will he charged
but a freo will offering will be taken
Forty delegates from various coun
ties were p.e.cnt Monday evening for
the opening of the meeting of the tux
payors' league, called to meet hero
by C. I.) Farley of Aurora, for the
puposo of organizing a state league
which will have representatives at the
legislture to aid in bringing about a
reduction in taxes in the state.
The Hamilton county delegation,
composed of Mr. Farley, T. M. Scott,
J. R. David on, George I. Burr and
F. E. Edgarton, brought a 'proposed
constitution for the state league.
Talk among the delegates indicated
tlii't the abolishing f the accrcdi.ed
hCiiool Lyotem and investigation by
the coming legislature o' tho expo i
otu.es ,ol tne slate univc sity arc
ub.ee ives some will seJc.
Among tho early arrivals a a
i.olugation from Gai field comity, com
posed of T. U Dora.., rep esemativo
.n 100!j and l'J07; Frun s Wagner,
Fia.ik Mo lusil and William Wondorly.
"There a o 17 counties in the west
c n and northern iKirt of the state',
Mr. Doran said, "that have a poblcm
in .alarics of county oillcials, raised
by recent legislation."
Tho county judge in Garfield county
Mr. Doran said, gets 51,000 i- year
for work that for 20 years hud been
done for $300 or $400 a year. And
the pay of tho tfhcrlu", lie laid was out
of all proportions of the work.
Harlan county is represented hero by
C. A. Davis and Teter Jl Shea.
Webster county has three delegates
Alva Stoner of lnavale, 0. A. Waldo,
Rcprcse itative Garber and Mr. Amack
of Red Cloud.
W. D. McCord of Ainsworth, in
Brown county, said that the salaries
of rural toichcrs' in that county was
an excessive burden on the taxpayer;'.
They remained, he said, at the peak
of war prices, and rural teachers are
gctti' g from $90 to $105 a moith.
T. E Wyman, delegate f "" Wheel
or county, said that in his county the
accredited -chool system vs r. burden
"Wo feel that wo have to put in
studies that the children never flni h
and never use," he do hired. "A-id
we want t get away f om this bur
den." Many deem it important th'.t the
axpnyers' league get to Lincoln ,be
fore the hou e orginizes so thr t some
effect may bo produce, 1 in the selec
tion of committee chairmanships.
The Lincoln Star.
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that we havo opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the uso'of the child
ren, adults and every one. Thrift a'hd saving is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you to take advantage of this sav
ings idea and make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and wo are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
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District Court Proceedings
State of NebiasU'a vh Lynn Delph
and Ralph Chaplin, parole continual
State ot Nebraska vs Thomas Jeff
rlen, bond forfeited.
State of Nebrasldi Vh John W. Sheets,
intoxication, 00 days impilsonment
State of Nebraska vs Albert Perry,
dismissed by County Attorney.
State of Nebraska vh Thomas Kill,
ougli, illegal miIo of liquor, dlsmibsd
by County Attorney.
Stato of Nebraska vs Thomas Kill
oiik'li, manslaughter, not guilty '
State of Nebraska vs John V Sheet-,
and one. Ford Automobile, illegal
transportation liquor, not guilty
Stato af Nebrasim vs John W Khtotb,
Illegal transportation liquor, 2100 and
civil, DOCK!', i' ,
County of Webster vs Hugh (iiilli
foni, mile conlli ined.
Ruliy Sehouh.)uig vs Henry Audei
sou, settled and dl-nilsecl.
State Hank ot flildioth vs. MahxtiiKer
ot at, bettled.
Tho KxcliaiiL'o Hani; of liladen vh A.
H. Lairlek, jiidgmont fur dotendnnt.
.Iiiuirs V. Auld is (Jliaiies 1), Siew
aril, sale confirmed,
Kose Durr s John Bmr, ill vmoe for
pbiiptiif and custody nf clilliii'uu
Allcu Hamilton vh Clm-. llumilion,
divoice lor plaiutiil' and custody ol
Alva Carpenter va Ella Ctiruenter,
et al, partltlon'ordered.
the only gift that only
you can maKe.
Now is the time to 'phbnenU
Red 1 32 for an appoint
ment. The Gleason Studio
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Having opened a shop in the TRINE HARDWARE
store, 1 am now ready to do your
Plumbing, Heating and Electrical Work
at reaiBnable prices-guaranteeing fust-class work
manship and courteous service.
GIVE ME A TRIAL AND BE CONVINCED
s . At Trine's Hardware
Ed. "Strangler" Lewis
The World's Champion Will Wrestle
The Bohemian Champion
At the Community Arena in Marysville, Kansas,
Wednesday Night, December 20th
In a finished match best two in three falls. Reserved
seats will be placed on sale THURSDAY, December Hth.
Reserved 5eats Ringside $2 00. Orders for seats by. mail
will be filled in the order in which they are received.
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