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B. F. Mizer, President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
B. F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
S. R. Florance.
Mrs K, M Parker arrived home
from the Degree of Honor convention
at (loneva on Thursday night. She re
ports a very excellent meeting.
Uig doings at the BaptiM church
this Thursday and Friday. A "miss
lonary conforonctt" is in progress,
dome line speakers are present.
Mrs. Charles Kddy and children re
turned Monday evening to their home
lu Inavalo after spending a few days
with relatives hern, James Young and
Word has been received that Mrs.
Charles Wost is getting along nicely
at the hospital in Lincoln since the
operation which she undorwent last
Friends here have received word
that John Larkey, who formerly lived
here, now of Long llencli, California,
had been ill and was under the care of
I. Prt6bie is on the sick list.
Jim Doyle has purchased an Over
Miss Cora Weesnor spent Tuesday
evening at Jim Doyle's.
A fine rain fell Sunday just what
we needed for the small grain.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Blair visited
with Mrs. John Emick Sunday. '
Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Harris spent
Sundayat the home of Glare Cox.
A dance wns given for James Doyle
Saturday night. All report a good
Mr. and Mrs. Connie llasser visited
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Meloek, near
The Pleasant Hill school closed
last Friday. A picnic was held at tho
river, at which about seventy woro
Mrs Thornton hns had a cement
Mrs. Mnry Crojisof Munkato, Kits.,
is here visiting her daughter, Mrs. E.
Mrs. Hrtqnab J. Garber went, to Red
Cloud Monday night to visit her son,
E S. Garbor and family.
Misses Cora and Mabel Simpson vis
ited over Sunday nt Bladen as guests
of Rev. G W.Pool and family.
Mrs Adolph Tobler who has been ill
some three or four weeks is reported
better again. She has had one or two
Mrs. Roby departed Sunday for Su
perior after a few days visit with old
time friends here. Monday she left
Superior for her homo in Hammond,
Oklahoma. The family left here
twelve years ago.
Dau Coppock and wife left for home
Thursday morning after a visit with
relatives. They live in Iowa where
they moved from Guide Rock twenty
five years ugo.
Mrs. Malissa Hunt and her grand
son, Wendell Campbell, spent Sunday
in Dillor with Mr. and Mrs. D. D.
Fanders. Mrs. Fauders was formerly
Miss' Malissa Lambert.
Mrs. Eli Fowler and daughter, Win
nie, departed Friday 'evening for St.
Francis, Kas., to visit relatives. Miss
Bollo Kellum, niece of Mrs. Fowler,
graduates this Week from tho High
Miss Ethel Dunn, a noted W. C. T.
U. worker, and her brother will bo
hero Wednesday, June 7. A mother's
meeting will bo held in the afternoon
and in the evening an illustrated lec
ture will be given. A collection will
Abe L. Sohobourg arrived home
from Holdrege Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Sohobourg and son will remain
for n time at tho homo of her parents.
Abe Intends going to one of the miner
al springs for treatment as he has not
yet recovered from his long Illness of
Miss Marks who has been visiting
her relatives hero, O. M.Simpson and
family.leavosthis week for Cambridge,
Nebraska to join her uncle who has
boen visiting there. They go to Don
ver and after a brief visit with John
Coffman and family will continue
their journov to California.
The High School pupils gave a re
ception in Crow's hall Monday even
Ing lu honor of Miss Mamie Tompkins
who has boen assistant principal, of
the Guide Rock schools. Miss Nelllo
Christie made tho spoech Informing
Miss Tompkins of tho reason of the
reception, of tho high esteem in which
she is held and tho appreciation of the
pupils of her work in tho school room
for their advancement, (lames wore
played and ice cream and cake were
Fred Smith was ou wind mill row-
Artie Rlchorson is visiting in Guide
Rook this week.
Mrs. Louisa Alles is visiting at Will
Fishers this week.
Will Fisher, Guy Barnes and Gcorgo
Harris finished nlanting corn on Fri
Corn is comiug up In a hurry and Is
ready to work and alfalfa Is most
ready to cut.
Another nice rain fell on Saturday
night and Sunday. It was just the
thing for tho small grain.
George Smith, Will Fisher. Guy
Barnes, Frank Amuck and Lee Smith
attended tho Odd Fellow lodge Mon
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On last Thursday, pursuant to a call
of the chairman and secretary of the
Democratic county central commit
tee, tho Democrats of Webster coun
ty met in mass convention at Blue
Hill. K. H. Cox and Vaughn Hall,
both of Iiladon, woro olocted chair
man and seorotary, respectively.
There was a good turnout, and many
precincts of the county were repre
sented. Various measures were dis
cussed for tho advancement of tho
party. Tho following resolutions
We. tho Democrats of Wobster
county, assembled for the purpose of
determining how wo can elect our
county ticket at tho comiug election,
"Resolve, that wo aro In favor of a
fair distribution of the candidates to
be nominated by our party, as to loca
tion in tho county, and request the
Democrats nt tho coming primary
election to nominate candidates for
the various ofllces fromdifforcnt parts
of the county.
"We aro opposed to one coinniuulty
attempting to obtain all tho uomina
tlons. Wo request the Democrats of
the northorn part of the county to
bring out candidates for some of the
"Wo aro opposed to tho primary law
in its present condition.
"We hereby declare that we believe
that hereafter tho Democrats should
meet in convention aud nominate a
ticket enuallv distributed over the'
county, and to that end wo request
that in the future no person file for
any office on ,tho Dcmocratlo ticket
until such convention is hold.
Wo request that in the coming
election every Democrat do his utmost
for tho election of our ticket,"
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May 30, 1911, boing Memorial; Day
and a legal holiday I requostjthat all
business bo suspended betwoon tho
hours of 1 and i p. m and that tho
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