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LVOLTJME XXXV TI 1 1 .
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, MARCH L 1911.
Customers of this Bank
faie always satisfied customers, because
I vwt omloavci to tieut nil with equal
' oonitosy and attention. To be
Accjnnwliitlnft and Conservative
is a combination that we have found
to bo not only possible, but profitable
'as well. Wo can woik for your Inter
ests and our own at the same time.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Webster County Bank,
RED CLOUD. NEB.
B. F. Mizer, President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
B. F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
S. R. Florance.
to lie in England where Mis. Doakln lslt her paients W. S. I.uinbcrt and
was mined . wile She ictiuncd to Oilier Sunday
I. W Siiiiiies and family lelt. for ( morning.
Hastings whoie thej intend to make ,)d Dtiggor has tented the residence,
their futuie home. We aro vol v soiry of C. G. l'uikiusun in the northwest
to loose them but wish them a pros part of town and will nioo in as nooii
pet oils fututc. i as the house is vacated by Carioll
O. R. Fickle of Asliltui 1, Iowa camo Wllliltan who is going n n faun
I in this week and is moving on what is j (Jrandma Johnson of Iowa who is
known as the llrown rami noun oi visiting in tins vnolnity is hpeudiu
G. C Bailey
AH kinds of Elec
Bell phone, Black 20.
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
DC NT I ST
Moon Block, Red Cloud
In Rivcrton every Monday
E. T. Foe was in Kod Cloud Wednes
day. Mrs. Marsh has a sister visiting lit
their home for n bhoit time.
Clias. Ilenuott went to Blue Hill
Thursday on telephone business.
Miss Plprenco Squiies is staying
with Mrs. Ida Squires and intends to
finish this years school here.
.las. McBrido is moving into the
Clias. Francis propeity across the
creek in the east part of town.
Wolls A MoTaggait one of our enor
getio. Hardwaio linns is building an
addition to their Implement stoic.
Knbott (.'unison of Guide Hook was
up Wednesday nioining li.xing bis auto
which had balked for thcdrhei-Ma'ilin
Mr. and Mrs. McDoo of Moundville,
Mo , are making a shoit visit w it.li Mr.
Ucakin and family. Mrs. McDoo used
Cowlcs. His son has llod heie for two
years. We welcome him among us.
The II A M. It. It. Co . intends to
put in n switch below Cowles about n
mile and a half where the sand mounds
are numerous, 'I he cement business
has become so gt eat thut theie is no
loubt that a switch there will pay
wol.l. There is few if any other place
in the state where good sand is so ao
cessable as thero Is at this place.
I). I) Panders of Dlller was a guest
at the Lambert homo from Friday un
Miss Hobby Fisher ol Supcrlorspont
Sunday in Guide Hock with her friend
Mrs. Dunn Burr.
Jack Milner mid wife have moved in
with Hastings Milner and wife, par
ents of the former.
Mrs. I). Kailey returned home Sun
day morning from n visit with ber
daughter Mrs. J A. Shceley.
Reese Stiokley nnd wife have leturn
ed from their visit in the country with
their son Bort and family.
Bert Van Horn and family expect to
move to the count rj . on the fill in with
Andicw Schultz. who is thoir son-in-law.
The Degree of Honor lodge j'avo the
'Memorial Service" Tuesday evening
at the hall in memory of Hobt T.
Jewell who died March .'iOlli of last
Miss Malissa Luinboi t who teaches
at Dlller'camo up Friday evening to
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Bell, Hilt 41
this week with her daughter Mrs.
Uoesc Stiokley She hud been for
sometime visiting liei other daughter
Mis. May Sabin.
Abo Ii. Schobourgaud wifoand little
niece Gladys Conner spent Sunday in
Holdroge with relatives of Mrs Scho-
bourg. The elder Mrs Schobourg and
Agnes Conner were guests of Albert
Schobourg while the others wore gone.
Frank Hhndley died Satuidny morn
ing about ldtfO o'olock after an illness
of several weeks The body was taken
Sunday to Filley, Nebraska for burial.
Mr. Shadloy was a member of the
Hoyal Highlanders order. He leaves
his wife, and three grown daughters.
Fayo, Gladys and Itornice. The family
and three of the other relatives accom
panied the body.
William Montgomoiy died very sud
denly of heart disease Monday morn
ing about eleven o'clock. He was con
versing with friends at his feed store
when quickly ho slipped from his
chair and died instuntly. He had
reached the age of sevoutytwo years
the tenth of February. Ho was born
in Ohio and was a votciau of the Civil
war. Bo was a member of the A O. U.
W., lodge foi many yeais. His aged
mother died just seven weeks ago
Mr Montgouiott and his wife weie
Webster County ploneeis coining heie
in 1 87 1 and homestoadliig the farm on
which the original "guide rock" (a
big liinc-stuno bluff) is located Be
sides his wilo, he leaves two sons, W.
U. Montgomery and Ora Montgomery
wholesale here and one daughter,
Mrs. Hose Shceley of Colorado. Two
brothels and a sister survive. The
funeral was held at the.Hnptlst church
Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock.
Ilev. W. Robblns conducted the sor
vice The first of this year flvo gener
ations in this family were living. In
the shoit space of seven weeks two
generations have pnssed away.
Walt Garner and family came homo
f 1 0111 California Saturday.
A.T. Walker and wife of Kod Cloud
visited Sunday at I. O; Walker's
Mr. and Mis. Will Peters of Camp
bell spoilt Sunday at C. L. Horricks''
There aic n dozen or more farms in
this locality that aro changing hands
this spring. Itsoeinsas if its nearly
We had a line snow storm the tlrst
of the week the resultof the wolf hunt
Tuesday. Two weeks ago it rained the
day of the wolf hunt and wc begin to
think that all we neod to do to coax
down a little moisture is to orguniio n
big hunt. It's a little hard on the
Giandmu Myers, who has been ill
for quite a while, dopirted this life
Saturday at the home of hor daughter,
Mrs. John Debruuncr. Funeral ser
vices weio held at the houso Monday
and she was laid to test in tho Illver-
toil cemotcry Her many friends ex
tend their heartfelt sympithy to the
All The Year 'round.
Its easy and Daylight all the way.
CALL OR SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
E. H. NEWHOUSE, Prop.
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspectors. Jewelers and Optometrists.
Harness Repairing and Oiling Neatly
Done at FOGEL'S
Also my stock of Harness of all kinds and Harness repairs
including Strap work, Collars, Halters and Saddlery.
My line of Harness Hardware is complete. Remember I
can give you just what you call for in this line and prices
always the lowest.
Joe Fogel, The Harness Man.
Mr. Robertson has boon on tho sick
list but is bettor at this writting.
Mr. Charlie Lowls passed away Tues
day morning at 'J o'clock. Tho funeral
occurred Wednesday nftomoon at two
o'clock and interment took place in
the Pleasant Hill cemetery. Wo all
sympnthie with the bereaved family'
Lagilppe Is tho order ol tho day.
Miss Ola Swat U has returned home
Mr, and Mrs. Qoorgo Blair spent
Sunday at Fred J J rights.
Mrs. John Emick and sou visited her
daughter Mrs. Portor Hnlo Sunday.
Mrs. Edward McDonald loft Monday
for her home at Hastings, nor mother
fdrs. Hd Hlmes accompanied her,
. Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew King, Hd
King, Mrs. Hdwnrd McDonald and Ed,
Ulmos.Tr., spent Sunday evening nt
Mi. and Mrs. John Itasser spont Sun
day at her parents Will Robertsons.
good many got away There was
about live hundred men In tho round
George Harris bought somo line
shonts of Man ley Bros. Friday.
Charley Campbell bought eight head
of cattle at White's sale and Will Fish,
er got six bond.
The weather is a little cool in Gni
flold this week.
Will Fisher and Guy Barnes shelled
corn one day last week.
Tho Hist of March came in like a
lamb and It will probably o lamb It
Cicoigc Coon and his right hand man
Al Smith were on wind mill row Sun
day. Mr. White and family left this week
for their new homo. We wish him
Mrs. Chris Hanson arrived home
from a throe wooks visit In Oklahoma
and hor nephew camo home with her,
Leo Smith and wife called on her
folks Mr. Joe Taylor of Guldo Rock on
Saturday night and returned homo
Tho neighbors of T. V. whites sur
prised them on Thursday evening with
an oyster supper and overybody had a
The wolf hunt on WednosdayJ wns
well attended nnd they got six and u
Tuesday. Natch 7th. 1911
East line Taylor's ranch south, north
line tho ilver, west line DiarNorrls'
south, south line two miles in Kansas.
Bo on lines by D:!l0 a. m East and
west Hues stmt at 10 u in . noith and
south linos start at lOiIK) a. m. Round
up at II inson's pasture.
All rillos and dogs ute absoluloly hair
ed in tho ring, All horses with the
exception of captains and line riders
must stay out of round up riug. Any
one starting flro is llablo for damages.
Plenty of lunch on ground,
North, Low Aubushon nnd Clnreuco
Stewart; South, Oscar Sattley and
Charles Wlttwcr; West, Mint Steolo
and Frank Smith; Hast, Wm. Eckler
and H. H Shtpman.
All wolves to bo sold to highest
bidder anil ovponse money taken out,
balance to Ladles' Aid furnishing
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