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VOLUME XXXV 1111. ' LIKD CLOUD, MfililiASKA. NOVEMBER 23, 1911. NUMBER 47
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THE New Banking Law is now in force and
the payment of every dollar of deposits in this
institution is guaranteed
Fund of the State of Nebraska.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Webster County Bank
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Mwni lots of eleep which is bad for
everyone. Foley's Homv aud Tar
Cetnpound stops the cough at once, re
lieres the tickling and dryness in the
throat and heals the inflamed men
feraaM. Prevents a cold developing
into bronchitis or pneumonia. Keep
always in the house. Refuse substi
tute.. For sale at Henry Cook's drug
The finest line and best assortment
of Harness ever carried before. Cull
and look it over. Mokhart Bros:
;- to f
I Anywhere between these prices
you will find juft the Coat you
are looking for.
JIn the new shades Tans, Grays.
Browns. v With the new collars
either "close up" or w down'
you will find comfort either for
cool or cold weather.
Let us show them to
- you Now.
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This store is the home of Hart
by the Bank Guaranty
Head The Chief for all the news.
And rheumatism, both in men and
women, mean kidney trouble. Do not
ailoaMt to progress beyona tne reacn
of medicine but stop it promptly with
Foley Kidney Pills, They regulate
the action of the urinary organs.
Tonioin action, quick in results, For
sale at Dr. Cook's drug store.
The Diamond Electric Vacum clean
er demonstrated In your home free,
Call Phone Red 87.
Schaffner & Marx clothes
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Judge DnngHn and Court Reporter
Baird arrived Monday tnorniug aiid
ulso ounie a jury, but by noon it was
discovered that the jury cases had
either (icon settled or tlibiuised and
the jury wan excused for the term, It
took only the one day to dispose of
the muttern to come before thu court.
The following is a list of the cases
State vs Charles Lindley, charged
with Helling liquor; plea of guilty as
to one count and a flue of S100 assess
State vs Heary' Kuaake, charged
with assault; continued for term; beap
of 9300 for appearance at next term af
Ida F. Dewein va L. O. ChspaMOi,
continued for the term. '
Cowles vs Yeiser, sale of real 'etgii
confirmed ; distribatiotf ordered a eo'ih
firmed by decree of partition.
Patterson, vs, Ulidden. pendiaa star.
Saunders va Baaodera, sale control'
ed aud deed ordered.
Spanogle va Harlev, sale coMtrasd
aud deed ordered;
Nebraska Klectric Co. vs City ofRui
Cloud, Central Electric Co, vs City of
Ked Cloud, aud Western Klectric Co.
vs City of Ked Cloud, all to be dropped
from docket pending decision in Hu
pruiue Court of Nebr.Tcl. Co. va City
ot Red Cloud.
Piatt & Frees vs Chas Schulta, sett
led bod dismissed.
Chetfln vs C. , B. & Q,, trial to court,
judgineui for plaintiff, for filOO aud
costs..- . .... ...
;Casell;Ts Roland, dismlsse'd with
out, prejudice at llaiutitr cost. (Gam
Lewis vs Rupard. settled and 'ilia.
' wished at defundaut's costs. ' '
Castor y Brooks, settled and dis
missed. Iu the matter of the Estate of Martha
Columbia, deceased, license granted to.
sell real estate aud pay debts,. d:
ministrator to give boftd in the sum of
Fttz vs Wonderiy, contluued.for
Fairbanks Morse vs Red Cloud Hard
ware Co., oontiuued 'for term. -'
Village of Bladeu vs Otis A. Whslau,
temporary order of iu J unction'' re
straining defendant from "operating
pool ball iu the village V'BladVn,
Uldit mrminant' '.8.'v',
A in boy Milling & Elevator Co. vs
Henry C. Harris, uo trial. 1
Nannie Lowe vs Meredith Lowe, de
cree of divorce for plaiutiff. maiden
name of Nanuie Cline restored, all
niony for the sum of 92oo.
Jacob Uoll vs The Unknown heirs of
A. E. Touzaliu, Trustee, deceased, de
cree quieting title as prayed for in pe
Nebraska Moliue Plow Co va A. L.
Siebrass, settled aud dismissed.
Joseph Herbunrer vs Andrew A.
Hart and Ella V. Hart, foreclosure.
motion overruled; defendant given
two days to file answer.
Hattie,M. Churches vs Johu Lemnke.
(damage) defendant given 30 days to
The Mutual Oil Co vs Ed Fry. -judg
ment for plaintiff for 1300, judgment
to bear 7 percent interest.
Orrln P. Harvey vs Herbert H. Wat
son, judgment for plaintiff for 1115,
judgment to bear 7 percent interest.
Raymond w. Koontz vs Henrv.New-
house ct al, application for lnjunoton,
aiHtmsseU at plaintiff's costs.
Commercial Bank of Nelson ys Ben
in it Mulder . writ ot attachment
Issued for defendant A. L. flabsen to
appear before court to show' cause
why he should not be punished for
contempt for his refusal to ipoiBply
with the order of the court requiring
him to deliver to the sheriff etrUln
Mrs Ida Kent is better iroeV her
sick spell '' i'
Ethel Fisher is under the .doctor's
care, having fallen on a nail. '
Ed. Amack and wife of Red Dloud
were on Wind Mill row Saudayl'- '
Quy Barnes and Joe.Mudd have suc
ceeded in shucking Uielr.eornV -" ' '
Al Smith and wife called on Hurry
Harris and wife ou Saturday night
Hant.011 llros. pulled out with their
corn stiultcr Sunday night for MeCalls
to shell corn this week.
Geo. Smith, Peter Munley and Will
Fisher attended the Odd Fellows ban
quet Wuduesday night iu Red Cloud.
The good weather still coutiuues
and the farmers near Garfield have
taken advantage of by shucking their
Mr. Kd. Sawyer is on the sick list.
x Mrs. Hannah Qarber was on the sick
TM Methodistrladlea served a oof
! ja the charoh basement Thursday.
Xfy- U Bolee' and family spent
ttaada With ama.'Vto4lthk'mr,ALtmili.
Mias iiute Cook of Red Cloud spent
Huaday at the home of Dwlght Jonea
iilsa'stella 8mlth or Dresden, Kas ,
Is visiting her relatives here I. N.
tod Lewis Smith.'
W. S Lambert and son arc putting
in a number ot cement crossings for
the Tillage of Uulde Rock.
Jas. Ely who spent several months
with relatives here, has returned to
Colorado where his son resides.
WjH Sabiu was ,over from Esbou,
Kaa Monday.- He is the son of. Mm.
Lollim.ttah(n anrl m hmll.' wr XT..
Ryk.ud"'Mrs Hughes. ' a
1, Chas. Smith who lives ou tlie old
usity place south-west of town, is very
ill with puuuraouia. He la a brother
of Mire. O. J, Holmgrain.
Mr, aud Mrs. O. E Parker aud Mr.
Donald McCallum all past eighty yrs.
of age spent Sunday in the country
with Noah Peters and wife. .
The Epworth League eive a til.v
December, 0. Everybody ought to at
tend these home talent nliva and nm
young-people do fine work and should
About thirty members of Uulde Rock
Lodge No. 158 Degree of Honor went
to Red Cloud Tuesday evening return
ing on the morning flyer. The drill
team initiated candidates for Red Cloud
and were royally entertained by that
Chester Stanley and 'wife came up
Saturday from Bostwiek to visit with
G. W. Regan and wife, parents of Mr.
Stanley. The young people were sur
prised during the evening by about
thirty friends and relatives, arriving
with a supply of china, glass-ware, lin
en and tin-ware. Apples and candy
were passed to the guests.
Relatives here received word of the
death of Dean Bsyles near Greeley,
Colo. He is the fourth son of Henry
Itaylesand wife. He was born and
raised here and was about twenty yrs.
of age. His brother Edwin and wife
of Superior attended the funeral Sun
day. Don Baylca of Lexington also
went while hie wife came to visit her
parents F. A, Dlckcrson aud wife
Fuller & Bennett shipped a car of
hogs to Kansas City Monday.
E. T. Foo is in Bird City, Colo., this
week visiting his daughters who live
Miss Hazel Rust of Red Cloud spent
several days here this week visiting
The blackmlth shop 'changed hands
this week. Holt & Boren are the pre
Mrs. Ida Squires who has had an
operation performed for appeudicltis
in the Omaha hospital is expeoted home
Quite a number of our Odd Fellows
attended the banquet in honor of fi.
H.Newhouse, at Red Cloud Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. Nash of Exeter. Nchr..
Is vislMasr their dauuhter Mrs. Fawoett
mi'. Ill m. ...! ni..i..i.l... j
4.iiey .win vav lueir ifiunagiviuH uiu-:
ner in cowles.
The New National Alarm
The Best Alarm Clock ever made; Built
and runs like a watch. More than a million
already sold, fl If you
do so now. IN KWSTQGK
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E. H. NEWHOUSE. Prop? '
Jeweler and Optometrist.
Mart McCale has sold his liverv bus-
luess to Wm. Panzer, his brother-in-law.
Wro. expects to move to town soon
and take possession.
Dick Cooper expects to load his
furniture this week to ship to Missouri
where he and his wife expect to lo
cate. We wish you success, Dick.
R. B. Thompson, J. R. Morse, JRev
Steel and Gbas. Bennett went to Red
Cloud Monday: evening to attend the
I. ,F. I. U lodge' They made the trip
in Mr. Thompson's tew oar. ,
Wm, Waller had cmltc an aculdent
while returning from town Tuesday
The tongue of his carriage broke and
he waa thrown to the irround rccelv
lug a cut on his head with other minor
bruises. He laaettlna- .lone verv nlco.
ly from last reports.
Baal latata Traaafera.
Transfers for the week endlng'Wed-
nesday, November 33. 1BU.
I. W. Edson ,Co Judge to John
D. Fulton, decree, lots 4, S, A,
Blk. 0, LeDuo's add to Red
Mary E. Simpson and fausb. to
Philip Book, wd to east 10 ft
of lot 18, Blk. 14, Blue Hill 1500
J. 8. Gllkani, Roferee to Geo. W.
Hutchison, referee's deed to
Iota 1.1, 14, Blk. 3, R. It. add to
Red Cloud 440
Geo. W. Hutchison and wife to
Bert L. Leonard) wd to lots
13. 14, Blk. S, R. U. add to Rod
Cloud , 700
Fannie McCuue to William K.
and Delia M. Cole, wd to lots
M of lot B all of 0. Blk. 0. Le
Duo's add to Red Cloud 1000
Elisabeth Hupport to Augnst
Martiu, qcd to all the lots aud
block in Person's add to Blue
August Martin to the Publio Va
cation of Person add to Blue
Mrs. Mary P. Sbuse, widow to
Elizabeth Brown, wd to lots 10,
10, 17, 18, Blk. 9, R. a add to
Red Cloud... ,
Otto E. Stoffregen and wife to
Otto F. Stoffregen, wd to part
lot 11, Rohrera add to Blue
Clarence R. Carpcuter and wife
to W. M.- Points, wd tO'.aetf
havd not gotten yours,
C. B. & Q. Witch liupector
D. D. StnderMi, M. D.
Office in Moon UJwk'(;
Bell, UhMJKlnd., 1S
Calls Answered :DayJ'er Night
DR. CHAS. L ,tR0SS
Red ! ' - Witfcraska
Maggie J. Bennett
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Mortgages released, 93200.00
Improved ICO'acre Farm, 3 miles
from eood town. J mile to Hohnnl.
Half level, balance.geuMy rolling. 80
acres under cultivation, SO acres past-,
ure. 40 aores ot bat.land unbroken.
All good fertile soil, -underlaid with
day subsoil and free, from sand or
rocK, in gooa errjtory. r rice fwoo.
Will aiui.nfc iloalrfthlo (inarn 'nrnnarlv
up to 92000 or 93000, or tjdo for an 80
aorea or any desirable 'property up to
93000 or $1000. This farm is fairly im .
proved with house, bairn, granaries,
windmill etc :and will rent for 9400
cash or better Wovth'.yoor time to
Investigate. Carar Oitioe.
DAN GARp 4 CO.
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show you a large ass'oiHment of choice .
moldlnsr. oastel arfiawtlat atatwlsla.
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200 bu. of Potatoes at 05c oer buthal
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