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PUBLISHED KVBRV TIIUKSDW
gnterod In tlio I'oitolllro nttltol Cloud. Neb.,
ak Hcroml (,'Ihm .Mutter.
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THH ONI.V lUI.Mfa'ltATIC I'AI'MIl
Moving time Ih here uj,'iiln. Wo nr
all poor until wo begin to move anil
thou vvc Mud that vvu almost own the
earth. Moving ilny inahoMis wJhIi tlmt
we did not have so much properly.
Nothing Is so natnial as change so we
must prcsuino that moving is natural
binee it occurs as icgularly as the
ucasou rolls aroiiiul.
About the sumo timo that the ground
hog made his famous prediction of si.
more weeks of winter weather several
Hocks of geeso were seen to sail hur
riedly northward vvhor, they might
have tho beuellt of cooler atniospheie.
Thus these famous weather forecasters
are giving out coiillicting opinions and
vc poor mortals are kept in constant
turmoil. It may be that the goose
will have one day and the hug the
next but lime alone will tell. So tar
the goose has tho butter of the argu
club was r
ot time thai our commercial
eorganlml? It might take
another name, chamber of commerce,
or something and bo a vital effective
force in this community. Our business
men ought to have some organization
that will permit thoin to get together
and discuss conditions as they are and
plan for their betterment. There are
many things that a real live body
could do which arc left to drift be
cause thuiu is no means of getting to
gether. We aie conlldeiil that il
would bo.uo trouble to lonn this or
ganization If somu one would take tho
hiiatlvc and call a meeting.
"Fouihcoiu and seven years ago. our
latheis brought forth on this contin
ent this nation, conceived iu liberty,
and dedicated to tho proposition that
all men are civulcd cipmil. New we
are engaged in a great civil war. test
ing whether tat nation, oi any nation
so conceived and so dedicated, can
long endure. Wo are met on a great
battlcllohl ol that war. We havecomo
to dedicate a portion of it as the linal
resting-place of those who here gave
their lives that that nation might live.
It i.s altogether tilling and proper that
wo should do this. Hut iu a largo
sense we cannot dedicate, wo oiiuuol
consecrate wo cannot hallow this
ground. Tho bravo men, tho living
mid the dead, w ho struggled hoi e. have
consecrated it far above our poor pow
er to add or detract. The win Id will
little note nor long leinoiiiber what
We say hero, but it can Hover forget
what they did heio. It is lor us the
living rather to be dedicated hoie to
the unllnishod work that they who
fought hero have thus far so noblj ad
vanced. It is rather for us to be hero
dedicated to the groat task remaining
before us. that from those honored
dvail wo take increased devotion to
thut cause for which they heio gave
the last full measure of devotiou; that
wo here highly resolve that those dead
shall not have tiled Iu vain; that this
natior.. under God, shall have a now
birth of freedom, and that the govern
ment of the people, by the. people, and
for tho people, shall not perish from
the earth " Lincoln's (iotlyshurg ad
dress, Nov I'.l, lsVilt.
DR.S. J. CUNNINGHAM
Successor to Dr. J. S. I.MUili
At the old stand over the
State Bank. Phone 131.
"TME MOUSE RAN UP THE CLOC
Od.lltiei and novelties exist u. evorv
UWii.m sit. it.
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Weeurry a notable stock of Watch-
m. rioehs. Hold mid niumond HI,,,.
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and many other useful and pretty
... things that make n lino display in the
JEWKLItY Hue. Our Uepalr Depart
inent Is also worthy of notice, fall in
and look over our tine stock.
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Tn "At,-. 1 rrSJ
Iknlntnln l:. (irnnt llr,ntls Guilty ' toxics Will Have Good Roads Convcu
nnil Receives Sentence, t'on
Hen l- (Iraiit. who was charged with I'ndor tho direetion of the business
huvlnif broken Into Pone llros. store I "10" ol Uowlfs a Mood Koads oonvon-
Inst November appeared before .ludgo
DiniKaii, lodge of the District Court
ut chambers ami dead guilty to a
charge of hurglary llleil ngaiust him
ami asked the mercy of the court In wi" '"' pivsenl and taho an active putt
pronotielng as light a sentence as' '" program A pressing Invitation
possible upon him. " has boon extended to all tho county
Coder our statute a person found commissioners to be ptesent and give
guilty of burglary may ji stMitunuod pr.'ictlcul tiilUs (lood roads is a sub
to pay a line in any amount up toS.VK). ,,,i '" which everybody Is deeply in
00 or iuiprlMined iu the County .lull interested and such meetings cannot
any length of time up to six months j ''ll t leave lasting iinpressionsaud
or imprisoned in thepenltontlary from I 0l,ltf Bod results. We see from our
one to ten veins,
Where a person charged with a crime
pleads guilty and asks the mercy of
the court it is customary to Impose as
lenient u judgement as possible for Un
reason that the county is saved the ex
pense of a prosccut ically asks t lie court
to give him an opprotunity to try to
lead a better lifo in the future espesi
lly is this true in the case of a first
Where there arc no aggrevating clr- J ""'sic, male quartet; short talks by
omittances connected with the crime oountv commissioners, Messrs. Chap
tho court as a rule will deal as lion- "" st(""y- Olinstcad. Schmidt and
lently as possible with tho oll'ondor.
Iu Grants case Pope llros. recom
mended a light sentence and the
County Utorncy. Fred Mauier was
with (iraut when ho appeared before
Judge Dungaii and laid the facts iu
connect ion with the ease before his
honor whereupon Judge Duiigau sen
tenced (irnnt to pay a flue of SoOO.iM)
aud costs of prosecution ami stand
committed in the County Jail ill the
Hue and costs were paid.
Action at Auto Show
Manufacturers of standard makes of
automobiles are planning an unusual
demonstration iu Omaha the week of
February i!0 to '.- when tho sixth
annual automobife show will bo held
In the auditorium.
This demonstration has been ar
ramrod to give visitors the most minute
knowledge of inaehiues. Cylinders
cut iu hall will bo operated by electric
motois whieli will enable visitors to
see just what happens in the cylinders;
traiisiui-siiiii cases will be open anil
running that their action may lieMMd-
led; other machines will be taken J Bros, and Wiggins,
apart ami shown in pieces like holding t A Hue rain Ml on Monday. A regu
an autopsy over u motor car. j i,. (,i, dri..lo dazlo that, starts iu tho
Tho Nebraska ami Iowa e.xhibitor.s i morning and stays all day.
have picked the best types of cars fori .Moday the twentieth there will bo
he ..aha show and the entry 1st has (l ,,, ,le Ht
. cased u a week from thirtysix ,,, wml ,, Bvi.ry,J01,J. (;om,
makes o cars to. sixty.oue. When 't tU.d have a good time.
is considered that only ninelv six . ... ,
makes ot cars were shown In Chiea.ro. I II will soon bo moving time aud
ih.. m.i,M si...... u. ,..,.... .,i,u .i, I
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ty-one makes will be shown. Many
cars wore exhibited iu Chicago which
will not be shown iu Omaha, being
impractical and unknown cars. All
tho makes to bo shown iu Omaha aio I
standstill cats. j
Invitations have been sent out to
agents and car owners Uy the tlistri- j
buiois lor Iowa and Nebiasku to conn
to Omaha next week and be their
Many exhibits are ai riving in Omaha (
and by the time set for the opening a '
great display will bo installed. The
uianiigeineiit has securotl tho thirty j
piece band to furnish music afternoon
and evening, thereby adding to the at
traction ot tho show.
UOOI) ROADS CONVENTION AND
At toxics. Nebraska Friday and Salur-1
day, Feb. 24-25 1911 '
11. U. Thompson President
1'itoi.iiwi i.ou sit un.vv. i t:u 'l'i,
I'oienoou Nfsslon, ll -ProlltsJ from
i a lew cows, Prof. ,lohu Mower, Lin-
1 Atteiuoon .Session, I-to -.Methods
of incioiibiug .violds of small grain."
Pi of. . . Ih.rr North Platte.
lJistiissiou by inoiubeis of tho in
stitute. , .1. to-stock judging demonstration
,01111.0 st.eet. Prol. Itowor and Piof. I
' bepaiato session for women. ' ' Soi)tt -'' I '-'' to move back to
J o'clock. Helpful suggestions tollis tw,,,n the tiist of MimoIi. Wo tin
'cooks." Mls.s Louise Sabln, teatrico.M,orst"1"1 ,''loJ',' Sml,,'" WH' occupy
: Illustrated bj a cooking demonstra-' Mr' S('oU'h tmv" resldencp.
Kvening Session. T:.in-'Kucouriigu
tho boys and girls' Miss Mubin: 'Ag-
ricultural opportunities iu western
W.iin.i. P....I- i a. . ...
.Nebraska, 1 rot. Iturr: 'Oppoituuittes
f.M V.iln.,1.-1 .. !...... t ii a i
for Nebraska boys'," Prof. Uowei
Corn Khibit Prizes -Kor bust ear
, of corn, any vatiety, :t; for best ten
!see.!n,i h!.s.l.,'!nS "f vv 'i'10,0"'"' -
socouil nest ton eats of white corn, 81.
, .Entries elos0 ut p. in. Friday. Fob 2t
,,, l,,m,., . " F. r.'As l,ol""K lu
to the exhibitor Hhttnts taken to
' the V. O U W hall
' Mouls served'nt tho A. O V.W. hall
by the lad.es of tie M. H elnircli.
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I Fn n i TOARJf A O
I A. 1 llUlVlAu
Dr. T. A. Trumble, D. D. S.
Over Costing's Drug Store.
.iii. ,.r .in i ,i in,.., i..... u . , ,iini iiensiirrr oi i o r.asieru aiur, ..... B -.... ..- .. . -. --
eais oi coin, anj variety, ?4; tor best ,..,,.,.., . eion every oaoi
tifty ohis of corn auv variety iv for'"8 ' Uuu' uck Monday evening Von tatso your ov food. Including
mm.Tr01 i,rtVr:p,! forlHtuuidingthe local lodge. M,. r. P. J5r t!Z tfti
second nest ton ears ot vellowt-orn.i! ltnsb ivm. in iluiml Mr. n.iiin.i I .,m ....n ., v,,nr iin..snn..Mt nmi nrtf.ii
j H'n nd elahorate prngnun has heen
culled for Friday, r'ch. !M, afternoon
and evening. A. V I'ease. Vloo Presi
dent National (!ood Hoads association,
koou envelop iniuiovvius is in ilia ecu
tor or the United States. No better
place could be selected in which to
talk good roads and radiate out prac
tical development to tho four corners
of the map.
Call to order at 'i p, in Music, (ileo
Club; statemeiitof object of meeting,
l' A. Ooodj address by Viois President
!ood Itoads association, A. V. Pease;
liummell. (Questions asked and an
iwcroil. Road answers and questions j
EveningCall to order, ?:.'IU; music,
violin solo, Will .Strain; "Civilization
dependent on highways." Daniel (! ar
bor, instrumental duet, Miss Fuller
and Mrs Squires; "Who gots tho beu
ellt of good roads," II. (! Kceney; gleo
club; "Koads just roads," Goo. Hum
mel; gleo club: 'Roads, good, bad and
I ml i Heron t," A. V. I'easo.
Peto Mauley was a ploasautcaller at
Will Fishers Sunday.
.Manloy IJros. shipped their cattle
Sunday. Tlieie was four carloads in
liny Ilarnes ami Clide Simpson were
hauling balled hay on wind mill row
Monday. Lev Smith anil wife have moved in
with Will Fisher to work for him this
T. W. White shelled com one day
last week and hauled it to .Manloy
there aro a good many families -that
'fll'li iriltlw, tn m..i.ii ...i.l ll... . . fT... I... I
f",h m iiiw.u turn iiic Ifllll'l llitll
will h'elp them move.
Fred Harris has quit huuliuir eoaU
,ll,,u llllv, moved on tiio Skeeu larm and !
',a'' Kone ,() l'Hing sunflowers and'
eiuUleburs on sha.es for the summer, i
The wolf hunt was a success in east
Gartlold for they got two. That was
nil there was In sight. The hunt was
little bettor iu Lim township for
they got six and ten got away and now-
it" they would take the three miles iu
between it would thin them out some.
GUIDE ROCK. x
J ml Duggor intends moving to town
H. K. Hurr was ill the llrst of
i tli i.s week.
1 'G, M. Goplcn will move to Fillmore
county tl.U spring.
Mr- a,ul Mls- l-M- I'urker drove
jnl to uu'r furm Sunday afternoon.
otto Karuot. was so unlucky Mon
day as to break his leg just below the
Kverybody (that lias the slightest j
oaciisc) .seems to bo intending to move ,
Mrs. Andrew SScliult.. who has been ,
ill for some timo, was taken
to a sanitarium for treatment.
William Sawyer uiid his assistants
are moving buildings this week for '
A. V. Howard on his farm nine' miles
ll0l.tll ()f t0Wll.
.,,... i ,, , , ,, ,i you'll tliop hlui a lino, he'll tell you how
Uevival meetings are iu full swinirif... ),.. i..'..,. ,,nic... n,u- Mnf,-nUfi Kinw
at tho M. K. church. An evunirelist
will assist after Wednesday. The pas-j n.nUo ..me" n.on ilch'an.l c3.ue.lln
Hov. K. I.. Uarch, has conducted the'11'"3 '"no tl.nn any section in Amcilca.
. "'' i umuuinu oi, It utu,,u mt untaifcs aro not par-
nieetlngs ten days alone. He is a aiieled.
. ..... ' 'IIia uitll 1 1 not intv rlnU titit un ilnn
pleasant and forceful pAaker.
is. ,L. A. tonklin of llubbell.
held a school of Instruction an
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1 ,l,e,u,)er!' servotl cakO and eollee.
, i. .
T ho legreo of onor nitlated a
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candidate and had an entortaiument
! lunch in honoi-of St Valentino's '
, Day, as the meeting occurred oil that!
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,. i 'i' .... .1. iv. . . Ki .viii.i ..n ni.ii iii ... ii.iiii.,, hiin n Kiirr f.r"n
tho entertainment in chaige were Mrs. you can inireiuiso a rouiul-trln Land-l)iit-.iT,.ini,i.ii.L
m.. i p n..,.t Ai..t , Hcolser's ticket to any point In tho Txns
Uukc.soinpltius, .Mrs. U. h. Hunt, Mrs. Uulf t.nH, ei.untry. from Kin-sun City,
G lloulgau.nud Miss (I'enevu l(nhin
son. ' A number of others itssistei)
.Mrs William Waller is iiiltt sick lit,
James Mcllridc was iu-Supeiior this
week on business.
II. It. Thompson was iu Hastings
.Saturday on business.
Chris Kochler of Hastings was in
the village .Saturday.
Messrs. Fuller .t ISonnott and R. DJ
Post shipped stuck to St. Joo Monday.
Hick Cooper and wife came homo
Tuosday morning from u trip in Mis
Ah", Charles Adaiuson was on the
nick list last week, but is better at
Mrs. Robert Adamsou has been quite
sick for some timo and is no better at
tho present writing.
Wo understand Dr Caulk has sold
his residence property to William
.Mutter. Anything doing, Hill?
George lloit, of the linn of Hoit .v.
Iloren, wont to Lincoln Saturday on
business. He oaine home Monday.
Mr. Washburn leives for Wilson
ville, whole his farm is. He thinks
that his wheat has dried out and he
will have to put the land to corn.
F.ngouo Lorcnt. of Hastings was
down visiting ids sister Mrs. Lyn Foe
last week. Kugene Lorentzwho form
orly lived here is working in the
ccnuut business in Hastings.
Mr Sam Foe of Red l loud anil K. 11.
Foe of Cowles left Monday for thoir
old home in or near Toronto, Canada.
They will make an extended visit and
probably see Niagara falls and other
places of Interest jn tha eastern
Real Estate Transfers.
Transfers reported by tho Fort Ab
stract Co. for the week ending Wed
nesday, Feb. to, 1011.
Guide Rock Cemetery to James
Dalton, lot 'J, blk t.M, (inkle
Rock cemetery, vv d S I :.
State of Nebraska to James A.
Dalton. s hf sw l! 1 !i, deed. . . U'Jo
Margaret .. Conway to Peter N.
Rritton. s hf ne I 'l 10, vv d . . loOU
John C.Dolay to Hugh 15. Hunter,
lots .'I and I, blk Hi, Vance's ad
to Guide Rock, vv d l
C. F. Uund to William S. Uaker.
lots, blk .1, IJIuo Hill, vv d.... .'on
FJizubeth Schmidt to William S.
linker, lot s, blk .'., Blue Hill,
w d li0
Martha J. Gibbous to Arbetia
Liaker, lots tl. 7 and s blk .,, and
1, .". liaud 7. blk I, liluc Hill,
q d . 1
Sarah C. Richaitlson to John Sut
ton, pt ne sc :i j V ll,w d y.lno
Harry I). Fearq toaiiiuel It.
Royce, lots t to 7, liaimore's
Sill) Id sw U I ll. w d tJiJOU
Mondays III,-.!, ?' iiu
.Viol lifit)'s 1 1 i-a - l l T.M I.
For Aged People i
Old Folks Should bo Cartful In Their
Selection of Regulative Medicine
We havo a sjtiv, dependable aud al
together ideal iciiieil.v that is particu
larly adapted to the requirements of
aged people ami persons of weak eon
stitutions who sailer Iroui coiibtlpat
ion or other bowel disorders. We aro
so certain that it will relievo these
complaints and give absolute satisfact
ion In every particular that we offer
it with our personal guarantee '.hat it
shull cost the user nothing if it fails
to substantiate our claims. This i erne
dy is culled Itexall Orderlies.
Ue.sail Orderlies have a soothiuir,
herding, strengthening, tonic and
regulative action upon tho bowels.
They remove all irritation, dryness,
soreness and weakness. They iosiore
tho bowels aud associate organs to
more vigorous ami healthy activity.
They aro eaten like candy, may bo tak
en at itnv time without inconvenience.
do not cause auv i iiuiiir. nausea, diar-
rhiioa ovessivo looseness. Il.ituleileo
or other dis.igu-oabio t fleet. PiIi'O-.'jc
un, nc, sold only at our store - I he
1,'esill Stoic I'ho II C (iriee Drug
J. M. HICKS MADE ENOUGH MOITCT
rnoM cABBAacs ih one yeab
TO FAY roil HIS WHOLE
Ills aiMicss Is San ltenlto, Texas.
Ills utory Is worth whllu hoarliur K
Uo eliunKcil Ids homo and his luck.
The soil M not only rich, but so tleop
that rertlllztir vvlli not Iju t.cciled lor
- ... n. lt...r.iA 1.. .!,.?!. !.
tul every month in tho twelve always
secM yon wun yum iuiiu jutiu iur .niu u
' iirolll In the bank.
All.orouKlity flllilci.it Hchool sHteui,
umiii MtoiL'rt lot'ii i in winy iiiiiu;.ii inn
ncressitios an.l all i.nsonn.lo biMrJen.
ounvi'iilent u-woits alonw tho Cult ot
.MeMm, whluh oirer bntblim. boatim; and
J;,;' ""'0 nttrnctlon of our
U wont' cost ou much to visit lids
country ami jmlmi for yomsolf i:ery
I flrM and third Tiiewlay of .each moniii
ut JJIi.OO via FiIhco l.lnt'H.
Let me' tell you nioro about this nroa
The i:ciusIon Tlclotfl are rood on
all Krlceo trains Icuvlnir Kunsus city
ibtllj Uookltiis and furtlmr Inforn.ntlon
will bi fiunlsheil upon reiuiwt to .1 C
l.ovrln, nivtston VnscnKer Acont
Vilsco I.lm'tv. function Hbli:., Kincm
I'ity, Mo or Hilton, ilo.unil I'iiscii-
i i:tr Aui'iit ruse. I. ii us, iiis.o uun,",
St Louis, Mo.
3 Act Drama
1 WESTEHH D5HP"
Will be played at the
THURSDAY FEB, 16
All Home Talent
Good Specialties and
Good Music by the
Boost the Band.
r THE NEW WAYOF
By applying two coats of WRIGHT'S CONDENSED SMOKE
directly to the meat with a brush niter tin meat lias gone
through tho salt. It will bo thoroughly fiinnkcu. will havo a
delicious ilavor and will Iceop solid and sweet and free from
Insects through tho cntlro summer.
Wright's Condensed Smoke
is a lluilld tuiioko and
ty InirnltiK hickory wood. It Is put up In siiuarn tpiait bottles only, eacli with a
metal cap. NBVKU SOLD IN HULK. A bottle will smoke a barrel of meat
C!S0 lby.). For fhIo by all drtiKBlstn at 75c. Kvery bottle Kuaraiitcctl. Ask
tlriiKfriat for PItKK HOOK. "The Now Way." Uo suro to net tho Bcnulno
WltlOUT'S CONDUNSI3D SMOKI3. ilado only by buiuuiu
q, THE E. H. WRIGHT CO.,
H. E. GRICE,
Our showing of Laces and Em
broideries is the largest ever shown
in Southern Nebraska. It includes
the newest and handsomest patterns
of this seasons manufacture. If you
have Laces, Flouncingsor Embroid
erie's with or without insertions to
match to buy within the next six
months, we advise you to inspect our
lines. The variety is large, embrac
ing hundreds of beautiful patterns.
We will this season show a new
immense and well selected stock of
all the new weaves in Flaxons, Dim
ities, Swisses, India Linons, Lawns, ;
Barred Muslins etc.
A Beautiful Line of Ginghams
has just been received.
The JUineF Brothers Go.
SMOKING MEAT 1
contain!) notlilnt? osronf rvUni a nliinlnnil
Ltd., Kansas City, Mo.
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