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A Newspaper That dives The News Flfty-twa Weeks Each YearFtr 11.50.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. AUGUST 10, 1911.
THE New Banking Law is now in force and
the payment of every dollar of deposits in this
institution is. guaranteed by the Bank Guaranty
Fund of the State of Nebraska.
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, Win. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas, '
S. R. Florance.
Mrs. Fannie Crary Is quite poorly.
Harry Hunt and wife went east Mon
day. II. V. Hubbard aud wife are visiting
Oliver McNutt visited friends here
several days last week during the high
Mrs. Hannah Garber Is still very
ill. She has beeu 111 for the Dast four
or five weeks."
Guide Roclc people will not soon for
get the storms and high water of the
past two weeks. '
Mrs. Albert Ferguson, while prepar
ing to come to town Tuesday, fell and
broke her tiilcle.
Mrs. Tyler, from Kepublie county,
Kansas, is visiting hor parents, J. S.
Oleason and wife.
Little Paul Simpson, Carl Simpson
and Ruth Hendrickson, children of
her of the Kastern Star lodge. The
I oily will be taken to Weeping Water
for burial. Services were held at the,
homo here at 3:H0 Wednesday after
noon Ilev. Uobbius preached the
Floyd and Lee Simpson and E. A.
Hendrickson, have been ill this week.
All three are better at this writing.
The infant of Wm. Mol'herson and
wlfo of Bostwick was burled in the
cemetery here last Saturday.
John Ferguson Is very low. They
have secured u trained nurse from the
M. E. hospital at Omaha A specialist
was here Tuesday on the case.
James Simpsou of Madison. Wiscon
sin, nrrlvcd Tuesday night to visit his
sister, Mrs. G. M. Simpson. The brother
and sister had not met for forty years
-Mrs. R. W. McCallum died at 10:30
o'clock Tuesday evening, August 8th,
1011. Slle had been severely 111 since
the birth of her llttlo son, Juno 2()th.
She was formerly Mins .Margaret Con
tryman of Weeping Water Sho was
married to Ralph W. McCallum August
14, 1907. Two little sons aro loft with
out a mother. Mrs.. McCallum was a
faithful member of the Guide Rock
Baptist church aud an honored mem
hue Friibie and Miss Daisy Clmso
visited relatives in lied Cloud Sunday.
Mr. and .Mrs. Connie Uasier Sundayed
at her parents1, Mr. and Mrs. Al Deck
er. John Iiasser mid wife spent Sunday
at her parents1, Mr and Mrs. Will
Mr and Mr. John Holcomb called
on Mr. and Mrs. George McKinncy
Arch Nasser, Miss Lacy Decker and
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew King spent Sun
day at Charles UasserV
The seven year old daughter of Fred
Huffman went through an operation
for appendicitis last week. Sho is
getting along nicely.
We have been having heavy rains
and the river has been out of its banks
for almost a week. A good many peo
ple living near tho river had to move
out on account of the river bolug up.
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Dwight Johnson weut to Lincoln
Thursday on business.
MUs Mabel Fuller departed for
Bethany Heights Tuesday.
Fred Gund of Hlue Hill was looking
after his interests hero Tuesday
Fuller & Bennett shipped a car of
hogs to Kansas City Wednesday.
.las. McHrlde went to Blue Hill be
tween trains Tuesday on business.
Jas MuBride is moving iuto Ids new
residence In the east part of town.
The primary election will b. held in
what Is known as the Tenuse building
on August 15th, Every voter should
Seven Summer Specials
yfE HAVE JUST SEVEN WATCHES, three Men's and four Ladies', on which we have
made the following low prices. These are all standard, qualities, fully guaranteed
and made by the best known makers. Every one is a bargain at from $2.00 to $6.00
more money, but we got them right and give you the benefit of the saving.
Solid sterling Silver Cased Ladies' Open Face
Chatelaine Watch, Gold Hands. One of the most
popular styles now selling in tho larger cities.
Price $5.00, worth $7.0q
Twenty year Guaranteed Filled Gold Hunting
Case, handsomely engraved, fitted witli cither Elgin
or Walthain movement. The entire watch a durable
tlmckeepor and fully warranted in every respect.
, $10.00, worth $13.25
Twenty year guaranteed Filled Gold Open Face
Ladies1 Watch, Gold Dial, movement fully warrant
ed. A reliable timekeeper; first class iu every way.
Price $9.00, worth $12.50
Twenty-five yoar warranted Filled Gold Hunting
Caso, beautifully engraved by hand in tlo.ral desigu.
Fitted with olthor Elgin or Walthuni movement, gold
hands, fancy decorated dial. A watch that with or
dinary usage will last n lifetime.
Special $12.75,-worth $20.00
In order to put up our new building, we must reduce our
stock. In addition to the following prices oh Corsets, we will give
20 PER CENT OFF ON EVERYTHING IN STOCK
I Kalamazoo Corset Co Exclusive Makers
Former price .... $1.00 Sale price .... $ .
Former pr.tce.... $1.50 ale price. ... $1.20
Former price.... $2.00 Sale price.... $1.60
Former price . . . , $2.75 Sale price .... $2 20
Former price... .$3.25 Sale price. ,,.$2,50
A twenty year Filled (?old Open
Face Case, screw bezel and back,
with patent dust proof stem, hand
somely engraved by hand, lit ted'
with an Elgin movement with dec
orated dial and gold hands
' Price $8.75
Usually sold at 912.00
Twenty year Filled Gold Case,
engraved by hand, patent dust proof
pendant, screw back aud bezel:
case is practically waterproof. Fit
ted with seventeen ruby and sap
phire jeweled movement, patent
regulator; one of the. very latest
models of the watchmaking art. A
watch for a lifetime of service
A twenty year Filled Gold Case,
hand finished and engraved, patent
dust proof pendant, torow back and
bezel, making a case capable of re
sisting the hardest kind of wear.
Fitted with sevcteen ruby and sap
phlro jowoled movement, double
sunk soft enamel dial, patent regu
lator, lueguet hairspring. A watch
to keep the very best time and built
to give the utmost durability and
service. Tho movement alone
should sell for $1(5. Special price
on the complete watch, ,
It will pay you well to get one of these watches if you expect to use one this fall,
as these are exceptional values and these prices cannot be duplicated even at wholesale
E. H. NEWHOUSE, Proprietor
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector Jeweler and Optometrist
Clarence E. Harman for
I. .. . rormer price... .?o.u oaie price. ,.t?,w i
All American Beauty Corsets are guaranteed in Style and Fit. Select your style and size and
wear it (or 30 days, and if not satisfied will exchange it for another or give your money back
F, NEWHOUSE, Dry Goods
AGENTS FOR BUTTERCK PATTERN :
come and voto. It Is your duty as
well as a privilege.
Miss Anna milium of lied Clond
came ur Tuesday for a short visit with
friends. Clareuco K. Harman ought to ro-
Jack Waller and Arch Boren wentU'dvo tho voto of every Democrat and
to Hustings Wednesday to see the ball People's Independent in tho county j
game. 1 for railway commissioner at tho com.
There will bo an ico cream social at ! ing primary. Mr. Harmau's father was '
tho M. B. church Friday evening 0f, ono of tho first Democrats in 'tho Uo-j
this week. 1 publican valley, and Mr. llarmau mm-
Miss Avos Illtohey came in from . self, although now a resident of Jfol-
urege, has never ceased to be loyally
idcnthled with tho party and this
Mike Harrington has boeii soeking
to arouse opposition to Mr. Harman
by charging him with being the can
didate of tho railways. There Is not
a bit of truth iu tho charge, and Mr.
Harrington exhibits the low esteem
in which ho holds the tatelligenoo of
the people. There was 'a time when"
such a charge against a candidate bad
some force. When candidates were
selected by conventions, and the dele
gates to the conventions rode on
passes furnished by the political at
torneys of the corporations, there was
reason for suspicion and a basis for a
charge of railway Influence against a
candidate Hut tho railways furnish
no passes now, have no political nttor
Hustings Tuesday, where she had been
visiting relative's and friends.
Miss Lottie Deaktn came home from
the Bpworth Assembly Tuesday. She
was somewhat delayed by tho trains.
Most of our farmers have commenced
mowing their alfalfa and it is turning
out a good crop. With favorable
weather from now on the rest of the
fall we will get another good yield
Um ff llm'muu Lata tt Pay
Kidney trouble and the Ills it breeds
means lost tlmo and lost pay to many
a worklug man. M, Halent, 1214 Little
Penna 8t., Streator, IU , was so bod
from kidney and bladder trouble that
ho could not work, bnt ho says: "I
took Foley Kidney Pills for only a
short time and got entirely well and
was soon able to no back to work, and
am reeling won and ueaitutcr
before." Foley Kirinev 1'ills urn fnnln
1 7, 1', 1 V. --" iiu iiwN'UUff iinis uu iiuiuib'ui nviur
who stirrers ,irom kidney ills. For
bale at Jienry Cook's drug store.
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ont or pontics for ineir own
the' country's good, Neither Is
any candidate silly enough to tio up
with the ru.llways. Mike ought to
travel witli the tlmos. Nobody has
seen the cloven hoof of the railway
corporations iu politics since the pass
ing of the conventions. To make sucjt
charges as Miko Harrington makes
against a candidate before tho pri
mary election indicates coagulation of
the gray matter In his head. Oijy
petrifaction of tho nervous tissues can
account for accusations of railway
leanings .against present day candi
dates. Many "SulferlB Wsman
Drags herself painfully througli her
daily tasks, suffering from backache,
headache, nervousness, loss of appe
tite and poor sleep, not knowing her
Ills are due to kidney and bladder
troubles. Foley Kidney Pills crivq
quick relief front palp nod miicrj W
and a prompt return to health and
strength. No woman who bo suffers
can afford to overlook Foley Kidney
Pills. For sale by Henry Cook.
The recent act of April 10th. 100s
gives to all soldiers1 widows a pension
of 912 per month. Fred Maurer, the
ttorncy, has all neoossary blanks.
Attics fr Sale,
loo bu., of sprayed summer apples.
On the D. G Norris farm 5 miles west
and 1 south of Red Cloud.
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