The Milford Review from Milford, Nebraska (2024)

MICKIE SAYSAINT NECESSARY TO SHOP. AROUND WHEN BUMIA' PRINTING I MOU KIN LEAVE YOUR ORDER HERE WITHOUT EVEN ASKING TH' PRICE, FER Au' WE ASK 18 A FAIR PROFIT, TH' SAME AS WE'RE WILLIN' FER YOU TO HAVE. ANYBODY WHO WORKS FER LESS IS JEST PLAIN DUMB the ow time Sabseribe cAApLe? H. E. Volland is spending a few days this week at Grand Island attending the Undertakers State Convention.

Chas. Wertman, Jr. is in of Wright's Jewelry Store while Mr. and- Mrs. Wright are in South The American Legion Auxiliary plans to hold a covered dish party at the home of Mrs.

P. G. Moorberg Monday evening, June 7th. This is to the last meeting for the year. When in Omaha STOP WITH US Hotel Conant Hotel Sanford: Hotel Henshaw Our reputation of 23 years fair dealing back of these hotels.

Guests may top at any one of them with the asurance of receiving honest value and courteous treatment. CONANT HOTEL COMPANT McCORMICKDEERING GRAIN BINDER for Horse or Tractor Operation If you are the owner of an old out-dated binder, here are a few of the strong points in the 1926 McCormick and Deering binders which your machine is lacking today: Better Construction; Improved Bearings; Improved Bevel Gears and chains; Lighter Draft; Outside Reel Support; Perfected Binder and Knotter; Grain-saving Floating Elevator; Improved Bundle Carrier; Tongue Truck for Steadying and Carrying Loads. Is your binder of 6-foot cut? Remember that in these days of high labor cosis a new 8-foot McCormick or Deering binder will cut one-third more grain, saving time, labor and money. BEN WHITAKER FARM IMPLEMENTS HARNESS TO CC WIN Remington "Portable This is the verdict of countless students. And you will feel the same way, once you have enjoved the many advantages of the Remington Portable Typewriter.

It will save your time. It -will make all writing tasks easier. It will help you to do better and that means better marks. It will give you a training that will be useful in all your after life. Buy a portable typewriter at once, and be sure it's a Remington Portable -the students' favorite recognized leader in sales and popularity.

"Price, complete with case, $60. Easy payments, if desired. Call in and see the- Remington Portable. The Milford Review PEOPLE YOU KNOW, The Levi Yost family spent Memorial Day in Harvard. Mr.

and Mrs. E. S. Nelson of Grand Island took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs.

Dan Mundhenke. Word was received Friday by Mrs. A. T. Baldwin that Mrs.

Leah Hagerman. her ninety-five year old aunt had passed away at Des Moines, Ia. The John Conrad and F. G. Bruning families went to.

De Witt Wednesday -to attend the funeral of. the infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Shinbein, The Misses Mabel, Georgia and Helen Harrold, Ledra Stolz and Vera Stally, all expect to enter summer school at the University of Nebraska next week. Miss Helen Harrold, who has just concluded two successful years as teacher of the Vance school, has accepted a position as teacher of the intermediate grades in the Tamora schools.

The officers and girls of the Nebraska Industrial Home are looking forward with much pleasure to a con.cert which is scheluled to be given at the Home Friday afternoon by the Treble Clef Club of Seward. Rev. and Mrs. C. I.

Scott and family are moving to their new home in Lin: coln. Mr. E. J. Fridrich has rented! the Scott residence and the Fridrichl family will move in as soon as the house is vacated.

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hare have finished their year's teaching and are in Lincoln this week. They visited Mrs. Hare's parents, Mr.

and Mrs. John Trabert for a short time Memorial Day They expect to return for a longer visit within a few days. SCOUTS GIVE PROGRAM The Bey Scouts put on a clever and poppy program before a crowd of interested spectators at the Legion Hal Monday The boys are workAng to provide a fand for the trection of 1. cab'n near the Blue sometime in the future. PASS.

IN REVUE Maybe the Seward man who didn't speak 2. word to his wire for seven year didn't want to interrupt her. What travels fastest, heat cr cold? lipat. Why? Your can always couch cold. Pref.

S. (Interviewing prospective teacher) What can you do sir? Applicant: "Well, sir, having been a carpenter. a. barber and a school teacher. I can shingle a house, giri 6i a THE NOT SO BIG PARADE Ah.

simple the service of transport! How merry the Sunlay parade! It isn't much harder to move l'eniant Than 'tis to ctiain a brigade. The buggy has only six Each bianket has only ten bows, And moving one hummey (petit) isn't harderThan forty or eight shov-o's: The accessory arms are soon loaded, Three rattles ani bottles 3 scora; We move without any more trouble Thin a regiment starting to war. The Solicitor HISTORY IN CAKE 1016 0 00 This replica of historic Independence Hall in Philadelphia is a fine ample of the baker's art. It was made by the chef of one of Philadelphia's leading hotels to advertise the Sesqui Centennial International Exposition, which will open in that city June and run to December 1 to celebrate the 150th anniversary of American Independence. The "State stands on a table at the entsance the mair.

dining room of the hotel. Ole Buck tells of a neighbor whose ambition is to become a tester in a mattress factory. "Many amusing legends are carried by automobiles of tourists and others, one observed recently bearing the following: "Step on it Kid; Hell Ain't Half Full." There is an eloquent sermon in that. in spite of its inelegant language. Teku*mseh Journal Sambo: "Mandy can I k'ss you? Mandy: "Piggly Wiggly." Sambo: "What yo' all mean? Mandy: "Help yo' Company is sometimes people who visit you when the weather is too uncomfortable to do cooking, at home.

It 13 all right to keep chickens to town, provided you keep them and don't expect the neighbors to do it for you. Hyde Sweet says. a picnfe is place where someone always sits down in the potato salad. Well who cares? HAVE YOU READ ALL THE ADSE At The Auditorium THIS WEEK Friday and Saturday Special Music FAIRBANKS Swift action, tender romance, daredevil stunts, with lightninglike whipcomedy nobody can resist, rapid adven- SON OI ture, high conspirecy, mystery ZORRO plots, all are found in 8:15 P.M.. Adm.

Friday Night 15 and 35 cents Extra Added Saturday Tucker's Indoor This is no cheap vaudeville, -dogs- -ponies, and An Entertainment Something Different 8:15 P. M. Attraction for Night Only Circus -a real circus act--goats "Pat" the Monkey. of Merit Kleen, Klever, Klassy Admission 20 and 40 cents Next Week Tuesday and Wednesdt Richard Dix in "The Lucky Devil" Dix Wins! the race and the girl. Watch him step on the laughing gas and travel two-smiles-a-minute.

Comedy News 8:15 P.M. Adm. 10 and 30 cents 895.

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