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We want your business; we offer the merchandise at a price
'to deserve it. You want the quality of greceries that we of
. fer; you must want some of the savings we éffer. Let’s get
| together. .
Red Karo Syrup, 11-2lb.can ____________________._lo¢
Red Alaska Salmon, 3 cans for . _________________slLls
Masterpiece Catsup, per bottle ISP T T eNe
Prunes, Fancy Santa Clara Valley prunes, 3 lbs. for ____3s¢c
Carnation Evaporated Milk, 6 tall cans for _.________sl.6s
Pineapple, Kamo Brand, 8 beautiful slices in a can; '
regularly sold for 45¢, limit 12 to customer..._..__3%¢
Del Monte Brand Yellow Cling Peaches, in heavy syrup,
sliced or halves, No. 2 1-2 tall cans______________4s¢
. Remember—We deliver. First delivery 9:30 A.
M., second delivery 11:30 A. M., afternoon deliv
ery 4:30 P. M.
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iss Mabel Carlson was a passen
. 4 to Denver the middle of last week.
| rs. Frank Fischer is visiting in
, sble.
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£. D. I‘:!le of North Platte, Nebr.
' s a Julesburg visitor last Mon
l‘;pehl sale price on all hats and
nmings. Mrs. H. A. Conover. 1t
(ttorfy George Conley, Sr., from
rlln& was a Julesburg business
tor Monday.
e & fellow—take Santex
nmt:.‘g::lud & Law.
2v. A. J. Waller and Postmaster
ley Dye were Sterling visitors last
‘ liss Grace Fischer was a passenger
>ueblo Sunday. She returned here
Iday evening.
Ir. and Mrs. John Krist will en
ain & number of their lady and
tlemen friends at cards this
ursday) night.
heeting and pillow tubing at bar
-1 prices. Mrs. H. A. Conover. 1t
r. and Mrs. Wm. Bauer and baby
' Grant, Nebr. spent several days
weels visiting at the home of her
. 2r, Mrs. G. F. Ewing and husband.
y returned to Grant Wednesday.
Poppy Day” will be Memorial Day.
J K.ml American will wear them
t day. Every cent collected
n the sale of the poppies is sent
France to be used among the
nch War Orphans. Poppies will
! bffered for sale by Gateway Post
105 American Legion in Jules
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- Something New
Flavo Flour is different.
| Has a delicious Nature Flavor.
_ Is made by a new process which does
| not mill oyt the food values and flavor.
!Buy it and patronize HOME INDUSTRY
| ~ Order a Sack From Your Grocer
“FLAVO ...............8225 «
SHorts: <. . E LU LU S 0
0 DBran . isaiatn ol 5008125
We also have Corn Meal, Graham and Whole
Wheat Flour. :
Julesburg Milling Co.
Flower sale at the G. A. Reed hard
ware next Saturday, May 7th.
Foot Rest Hosiery, both silk and
lisle, for ladies and children. Mrs. H.
A, \Oonover. 1t
Charles Brady of Kansas City, Mo.,
was visiting with friends in Julesburg
Is your mother worth a uet ?
Remember the Flower Sale .m. G.
A. Reed hardware store next Satur
day, May 7th. }
Miss Reca Kluteh=underwent a mi-|
nor operation for the removal of hon-‘
sils last Sunday, Drs. Dutton and‘
Rook performing the operation.
G. L. White was a passenger Mon
day to Denver, returning that even
ing with his small son Howard, who
had been receiving medical treatment
there, and is much improved.
The Congregational Ladies’ Aid so
ciety will meet with Mrs. B. D. Park
er, Jr., on Thursday afternoon, May
12th. Mrs. W. T Johnson is the as
sisting hostess.
Comfortable seats with the adver
tisements of various Julesburg busi
ness firms appearing thereon, have
been placed in the railroad and court
house parks during the past week,
which will prove of great benefit to
the public during the coming summer
months, The seats were made by‘
Contractor W. T. Beilharz. i
Early Cabbage plants now ready.
15¢ per dozen, SI.OO per hundred. Add
10c for postage and packing. North
Platte Floral Co. tf
Mrs. F. H. Bradford and son from
Denver,. arrived in Julesburg last
Thursday for_a visit with Mr. Brad
ford, state engineer of Federal Aid
Project, who is making his headquar
ters here in connection with the road
work now being done in Sedgwick
county. Mrs. Bradford and son re
| turned to Denver Monday morning.
Ges. I. Thompesn. losss.
Subssribe for the Grit-Advesste.
Ute Depus is now beind the coun
tors ot the Wellwerth steve.
Sheeting end pillow tubing st bar
guin prices. Mrs. H. A. Conover. 1t
Ralph Resell was a businesg
to Fort Mergan last Friday G:a
and Seturday.
1000 Rolls Wall Paper at from 10c
te 26c per bolt. Austin & McCoy.
Adam Wagner of Denver, was a
Julesburg business visitor the Jdatter
part of last week.
Messrs. Roy E. Stevenson, Walter
Law, Guy Smelser and P. R. McDow
o 'u:iurlh‘ visitors Friday.
Miss Jule Stastny, who has been
teaching school in the Henni district
on the south table, returned to her
home at Schuyler, Nebr. last Friday.
Mrs. O. P. Wilson, sons Howard and
Fred B. Wilson and wife were Ster
ng visitors last Saturday and Sun
day, at the Roy T. Johngon home.
Bpecial sale price on all hats and
trimmings. Mrs. H. A. Conover. 1t
A fair-sized crowd attended the
high school alumni association dance
held at Lowe's hall last Saturday
‘The Jess Burton family moved
Wednesday from the Chas. Jewell
residence to the Tom Flora residence
in the west part of this city.
Mrs. H. J. Smelser and son, Guy,
;longu:iul several other members of
the Iser family autoed to Sterling
Saturday. They returned home that
Sheeting and pillow tubing at bar
gain prices. Mrs. H. A. Conover, 1t
Miss Phyllis Carpenter, who has
been visiting for the past several
weeks with her sister, Mrs. Archie
McMillan, and family, returned to her
home at Sheldon, Nebr. Tuesday.
Quite a number from Julesburg at
tended the American Legion dance at
Big Springs last Friday night. The
music was furnished by the Shannon
Four orchestra. |
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Miss Irene La Velle, who is teach
ing in the Sterling public schools,
spent the week-end in Julesburg with
friends. She returned to Sterling on
A dance will be held at Lowe’s hall
next Tnudn‘y evuew, Il&‘l(nh. Mu
sic will be furni by celebrat
ed Acker.uan Orchestra of Alliance,
Nebr. A good time to all.
The Julesburg Woman's Club will
hold a “roflm’" Day” Flower sale at
the G. A. Reed hardware store next
Saturday afternoon, May 7th. Don’t
fail to buy her a carnation or wear
a carnation for her.
R. J. Dobell, a former resident of
Julesburg, but who has spent the past
two’ years or 50 in France in the Y.
M. C. A. work, arrived here Saturday
evening for a visit with his family,
and numerous friends.
Vernie Twomey drove to Tribune,
Kansas Sunday morning for a short
visit with relatives.- Mrs. Twomey
and baby, who had been visiting there
with her parents, returned home with
Mr. Twomey Tuesday.
The largest up-to-date stock of
Millinery in Deuel county. Child
ren’s and infant’s wash hats in pique,
organda, Swiss,” embroideries and
silk. ‘Also little boy’s wash hats at
the Chappell Millinery, Chappell,
Nebr. tf
Misses Doris and Villa Parker have
returned from California, and have en
tered school here. Their mother, Mrs.
C. F. Parker is in poor health, and is
in a hospital there, she having been
in California for the past several
The Arthur Jackson family, who
have been occupying the McKellips
residence on West Fourth street, mov
ed the latter part of last week to their
farm on the south table. Mr. and Mrs.
S. T. McKellips are now occupying
the residence vacated by the Jackson
Misses Velma Spillman and Jessie
Pool entertained the members of their
Sunday school class last Saturday af
ternoon at the Guy Pool home. The
afternoon was spent in playing vari
o6us games. Dainty refreshments were
served, and the young folks enjoyed
the event very much.
The T. E. D. class of the Methodist
Sunday school will give a box supper
in the high school gymnasium Friday
evening, Mni: 6th commencing at sev
en o'clock. Everybody of high school
age is invited. All the girls are re
quested to bring boxes and all the boys
bring full pocketbooks and an appe
tite. Votes will be sold to the girls at
the rate of two for five cents for
“The Most Popular Boy Contest.” The
proceeds will go to the Armenian or
phan which this class has adopted.
. One of the most interesting events
in the observance of Children’s week
was the Cradle Roll party given last
|Fridny afternoon at the home of Mrs.
G. H. Austin, Cradle Roll Superinten
dent of the Methodist Sunday School,
for the babies of the cradle roll and
their mothers. A short program was
given in which Mrs. Austin was as
sisted by Mrs. H. Tripp, Mrs. C. W.
Rook, Jr.,, Mrs. G. E. Hendricks and
Miss McGowan. Dainty refreshments
were served and the guests in depart
ing thanked Mrs. Austin for the
pleasure of attending such a delight
ful entertainment. There were sixty
Mye. Ovills Lucss is oa the sick
list this week.
Myr. and Mrs. Fred Fussel of Big
Spriags were Julesburg visitors Wed
Miss Roes Hemni is lphind the
counters at Mac’s Cash Grecery.
Mrs. Bert Dee is assisting at the
Petersen Style Shop.
Mesdames Oren Bower and Carl
Willisms visited last Tuesday at the
Joe Zersen home on the south table.
The W. C. T. U. held a very inter
esting meeting M‘ afterncon at
the home of Mrs. T. W. Jenkins
Dick George was a passenger to
Denver Tuesday morning for a short
visit, returning here Wednesday even
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bower and
‘Mrs. Chas. 'l'om#n of Oshkosh, Neb.,
visited at the W. T. Bower home in
this city last Tuesday.
‘ M. E. McGuire returned from Den
ver Wednesday evening. He recently
‘nndcrwent an operation iw hospital
there and is recovering nigély.
A dance will be held at Lowe’s hall
next Tue-da}r evening, May 10th. Mu
sic will be furnished by. the celebrat
ed Ackerman Orchestra of Alliance,
Nebr. A good time to all.
A dance will be held at Lowe’s hall
next 'l‘uelda'y evening, lh&‘l(nh. Mu
sic will be furnished by celebrat
ed Ackerman Orchestra of Alliance,
Nebr. A good time to all.
Logan Glenn left Tuesday morning
for La Junta, Colo., to attend the
state convention of the Modern Wood
men lodge being held there this week.
Mr. Glenn is the Sedgwick county del
A marriage license was issued by
County Clerk Mrs. Nellie E. Nichols
Saturday, April 30th to Mr. Fred N.
Shirley of Fontenelle, Wyo., and Miss
Elizabeth R. Morris of Julesburg.
They were married at Sedgwick by
Rev. Bennington.
Mrs. A. F. Perrier arrived in this
city Tuesday evening from Sidney,
Nebr., at which place she had spent
the past two weeks visiting with her
daughter. She will spend a few days
in Julesburg looking after business
‘matters before returning to her home
in Denver.
Mrs. Jesse C. Jones has joined the
staff of Grit-Advocate reporters, and
will assist us in making the paper ev
en a more newsier one. Any courte
sies extended her in the matter of giv
ing news items :lw be appreciated by
the management of the Grit-Advo
cate. ;
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The Sunday school classes of Mes
dames Jesse C. Jones and Earl Ham
ilton entertained the Prof. Rowland
Sunday school class last Tuesday eve
ning in the basement of the Metiodilt
church. Games were played, dainty
refreshments served and the occuion‘
is reported as a very enjoyable one.
Mrs. Joe Span was very ugree-bly‘
surprised Monday evening by a num-‘
ber of her friends who dropped in to
help to celebrate her birthday. The
evening was a;ent in Progressive
Rook. A large birthday cake was cut
by the guest of honor. Dainty re
freshments were served ~and the
guests departed at a late hour, wish
ing Mrs. Span many happy returns
of the day. ‘
Julesburg now has a night police-}
man, G. W. Dunkle having assumed
this new duty Tuesday night follow
ing his appointment to this office by
the Town Board at their regular meet- ‘
ing Monday evening. We believe the
board has acted wisely in creating the‘
new office of night policeman as a
precautionary measure for the protec
tion of life and property.
The John Thejss public sale will be
held in Julesburg one-half block
northeast of the Sedgwick County
High School building next Saturday
afternoon, May 7th, the advertisement
giving the complete details of this
sale having been published in the I-st‘
issue-of this paper. H. M.\Gilchrist
will be . the auctioneer and Jacob
Frickel, Jr., clerk. |
~. Mrs. H. L{ Tripp and Miss Grace
Fischer entertained the primary Sun
day school class of the Methodist
church Wednesday afternoon at the
Tripp home here. Various games
were played, among them being a
peanut hunt which was the cause of
much merriment. Alice Stone won
the prize. Delightful refreshments
were served. This event is reported
as a very enjoyable one.
has extra milk for the trade. Jersey
milk 10c quart, common cow's milk
9c quart. Cream and butter,Phone
108 W. 228-
(Prices Furnished by Julesburg Ce-
Operative Grain Co.
The Beatrice Creamery)
Thursday, May 5, 1921
Wheat, per bu. - ______.______sl.ls
Corn,perbu - —————___________ .35
Oats, per bu. —___.___________ 35
Rye, per bu. - _____________ 1.00
Barley, perbu. ——______________ 36
Cream, Esn and Poultry
Quotations in Julesburg, Thursday,
May 5, 1921.
Cream ——-—c-o— oo _____._.2o6
Eggs ——-—c-ommemmeeeeee 12
Chickens, Hens _________________l6
Chickens, Roosters ______________.o9
Chickens, Broilers _____.________4o
) 0 10711 7 I—. |
Geese -—c-cmmmmmcmccccccmaeeo_.lo
for business—
The Smith Meat Market in Julesburg has again open
ed its doors, and is in a position to serve its patrons better
than ever before with HIGH ?&LITY Meats at prices that
will meet the closest competi
In order to successfully conduct our business we must
sell for CASH only. We solicit the patronage of all our
former customers and friends, and assure them the same
will be appreciated.
Smith Meat Market
Geo. H. Thompeon, loans.
Messrs. George H. Thompson and
‘H. 0. Wiggins were passengers to
Denver Tuesday morning. They ex
pected to drive back two new Ford
cars. E
F. C. Voris apd wife of Aurora, Ne
braska, who had spent the winter in
California, stopped off here last week
on their way hg;ne, and visited a few
days at the F. H. Barnes home on the
south table.
It is pleasing to note the good work
being done on the various streets in
Julesburg. Grading and dragging has
been in progress, and our citg‘hu
taken on a hundred per cent better
appearance. It would seem that the
town officials are putting new “Pep”
into civic affairs, and thev may ge
assured that it is money and energy
well spent, as there is no bigger as
set to any town that good streets..
for the week-—
ANY CHANCES to sgve money.-
AY WE serve you better.
AKE YOUR choice from our large as
sortment of Fresh fruit and vegetables
that arrive every Tuesday morning.
E GIVE your meals a touch of ele
gance through our offerings.
HIS STORE has no baits, no trash—but
quality and variety. Another fine
fresh shipment of fruit and vegetables
arrives every Thursday morning.
RESH FISH arrives by express every
¢ Friday morning. Leave your order the
day before or get it in early. Get them
while they are fresh.
MALL SAVINGS make large fortunes.
EASONABLE Fruits and Vegetables
fill our store to the brim.
Don’t forget that our two phones are always
at your disposal. You never have to wait
when you call us.
She Jonens bash srocy
The store that never disappoints.
County Commissioner Gustav Sprick
of the south table was a Juluur‘
business visitor Tuesday and Wednes
day, being in attendance at the regu
lar meeting of the board of county
G. Allen Westerdahl and aunt, Mary
Allen arrived here Saturday frem
Cofil Bluffs, la., and are making
preparations to take up their per
manent residence on their farm five
miles north of this city.
Seats are now on sale for “Nothinz
But The Truth,” at the Cleveland
Law drug store. This entertainment
will be given by the Julesburg Play
ers’ Club at the Hippodrome theatre,
Monday evening, May 9th.
The Julesburg Woman’s Club will
hold a public sale next Saturday af
ternoon, May 7th. .An advertisement
giving the details of this sale ap- —
rs elsewhere in this issue of the

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