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CHAS. L COHING
Mi . W. K. Hlco mid chlldieii visited
udutlvi-s south of the river Tuesday.
Quito u few from this putt f tl o
county nttetidcil the ClHiitaiiquu lit
Hud Cloud hi.st week.
Hcv. J. S. W. Demi Is expected nut
In this locHlity this woclc to look ufwr
his farming interests.
L.li.Hlse or Fulibury ciiiim I" n
the train Saturday night for a Tow
days vldt. wltlfhl'i hlider Mrs. O. H
Tlio Uncle ToinVt U.ibln ami 1'ony
Show that exhibited in Hlverton lust
Th'ursdiiy was In Inuvulo Satuiduv
Mr. and Mrs Iloyco visited hur pin
fills Mr. nnd Mrs Win. Colliy Sunday.
Mis. Knvcitrt of Iineolu who has
been visiting at the homo of her son
O. M. Kuyourt returned homo Satur
day. Mrs. O. M. Knyeart mid daughter
Julia lire uttendliig the assembly al
Lincoln this week.
Miss Hcssto DeUciinner spent Sun
day ut Henry Paulson's.
Chin eh Mid Sunday school were well
attended ut Lone Tree Sunday after
noon. C. L. Herrick nnd family spent Sun
day at O. II. Harvey's.
Uuy Scott was n passenger to Hlue
.las. Saunders is having 11 new house
erected In the new addition, (.'lausou
and Harden of Dladen are doing the
Mrs Derry of HnlleyvHIe, Kas,,
canto in Saturday for a short visit with
her parents Mr and Mis Morse.
Mrs. M. .1. Bennett is having cement
sidewalks put in front of her residence.
R B. Thotunou Is having n resi
dence build on his section of laud be
low town near his sand pit.
'Mr. and Mrs. H Adamson visited In
Red Cloud Tuesday.
Mrs. Bwigart left for all exteuded
visit at I. os Angeles, Calif., Tuesduy
evening. She had a cousin accompany
her from Hed Cloud.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert of Grand Is
land came In for a few days to visit
Mrs Swigart and family. Mr. (illbert
used to be a former banker in Cowles
a number of years ago.
Fred Hrubaker was on the sick list
Monday. Ernest Kills took his place
with the threshing machine.
Kanun Sprenkl hud a new Reeves
scperator come in on tlietrulu Monday,
Chas. Bennett was in llluo Hill Mon
day on telephone business.
Threshing is the order of the. day in
Will Fisher shot n badger on Satur
day In his pasture.
Will Miiiintfiird was on wind mill
row Monday writing insurance.
Jim DeWItt and Will Fisher were
hauling lumber for the school house
Lou Mtinger has changed his board
lug place and he is working for Graver
Rube Selmltz commenced work on
the school house In Dist 85 on Mon.
day. lie will reslungle and repair n
in general. ,
The Moirow Bros, dog aud pony
show camped on wind mill row Sunday
night and tho ehildreu uloug the line
enjoyed looking at the ponlos.
At I he st'itu convention held at
Grand Island last Tuesday, nil pre-
vlous difference, were ! led iiiiiiV
tho democrat- by ui.-etl-ig Willuiiit 11.
Thompson of (Jiutid Mu. d, -lute
clialrmaii to hiiireed .lolni l'. H.Miies
The aelioiiM of U. .1. Hijiuiwtlhe
Baltimore uiitluiial eouvontlon were
iudoiseil aud the Bryitu plntfortn in
general was accepted.
A more detailed account of the pio
ccediugs of I lie (Mil volition will bo
given In our next lsue, Including the
p'atform uijd-general resolutions.
(Continued irmii pnu one.)
It Is not shame, but reverence that
foiblds. When lust Is elevated Into
love, and love blossoms Into Hie, fat It
erand mother come within the sover
eignity of new laws, whoio dominion
concerns the sufe, the tender, tho wUe
cultuic of the uii.st helpless promise of
llle in the kingdom of life. Tlio babo
is rendered holy to their ufffctiuiis,
aud nature and religion conspire to
bow before the mystery of its birth
with sHcrauicutttl devotion. We are
not prepared to say that this Is an uu
natural, and Irrutloual attitude of the
newly made parents to their offspring.
In the evening Miss Wilder render
ed with wonderfully discriminative
power The Sign of The Cross, a well
celved tragedy of tho Neronlini perse
cution. Iu this rendition she very
successfully impersonated several diff
erent characters, men, women and a
child, and with a passion so intense
that she made the story lifelike to the
At the close of her peiformitnce, the
audience arose and uuaniinouly re
quested the return of herself nnd the
Sudlcrs next year. It seems thut Miss
Wllmorand tho Sadlers live together
and travel In company.
Mr. Glen Walker and tho Hed Cloud
Orchestra furnished tho music for the
platform Sunday afternoon, and eath
of the participants Acquitted himself
with great credit.
There are some suggestions which
the Chlor desires to make, but will re
serve for a future Issue.
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The Red Cloud Baud has been en
gaged by the Norton, Kansas Fair As
sociation to pluy thete during their
fair wjilcli will be held August 27, 28,
21) and 30. Norton has displayed good
judgment In engagUig'onrbaud as It
Is an attraction wherever It goes aud
never falls to take along a good bunch
of admirers wherever It goes.
The Horse and Cattle Exhibits for
the coming Nebraska State Pair, Sept
2 to 0, give promise for a show of re
cord breaking proportions. Already
Snnoriiitendent R. M. Wolcott of Pal
mer reports the reservation of horse
stalls greatly in excess of those made
a year ago at this time, and Supt. E.
R. Danlelson of Osceola says that cat
tle stalls are reserved dally.
Weather Summary for July
Temperature: Maximum 102 on 8,
13, '-'3, minimum 17 on 10th', greatest
dally range 42 on 10th. '
I'reclpltatlou: Total 1.54 inches,
greatest in 34 hours .47 inches on 18th,
number of days with .01 or more 4. '
Number of days eleur 33, partly
cloudv 4. cloudy ft, thunderstorms on
Builders9 Hardware, Plumbing Goods,
Furnaces, Windmills, Buggies,
Let us figure on your Hard
ware and Plumbing Jobs. We
believe it will be profitable for
both of us
,J. C. SLOSS
3, 18, Sll.
State League Ball Gime
Here at Odd Fellow Picnic
, S. K. Florence, E. II. Newhottse, Ed
IIuusou and Harry Gllham of the Odd
Fellow lodge were In Superior Wed
nesday and made arrangements with
tho Superior Hase Ball Association to
have the Superior-Hastings state
league bull game of August 21st, trans
ferred to this city. This will be one
of the uttratious of the Odd Fellow
picniu and will be free to everybody.
. GUIDE ROCK.
Mr. and Mrs. C 1'. Norrls are vUlt
Iiil' at Fairmont, Minn., and at Has
sell, Iowa. They departed Inst week.
Mrs. C. 11 Haines of Lulliirpe, 111.,
is hero visiting her son Dana Uurr
Miss Alice llenigitn, who has been
visiting her brothers Heorgo and Clove,
teturued to her homo at itoseliinil last
Mrs. 1. Fairlleld returned fiom
l'uwnio City Monday where she had
been to attend the wedding of a tela
Guide Hock is going to have u Har
vest Homo Jubilee August 27, 2"i, 21).
Several families are expecting to at
tend tho Epwortli League Assembly at
Lincoln, among those who are going
are: Earl Grurv, Dr. I. A. Puce, Huva
E, h. Harch and families.
M.i'8. Amanda Ferguson of Danville
III., caino last week to visit the rost of
the summer with her brothers and
sister, who ure L. L., J F., Frank,
Fred, Henry Wuttuiul Mrs. J. 11. Ely.
Homer Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs
E. M. Parker, is slowly recovering
from uu attaok of muscular rheuma
tism. Mrs. Kate Million is expecting to go
this week to St Joe to ace her son
Uareld who is In a hospital.
Howard Wirt and family went to
Christian Church ARMHRcemeats
lllblo School ut 10 a. in.
Communion and preaching at II u.
in. Morning subject, Vl'ower, What It
Is, and How To Get It." Every mem
ber is urged to bo present us there is a
matter of business of great Importance
to be uttoiided to, for all are concern
The evening service at 8 o'clock, the
(itlt chapter of Involution will bo the
study, the breaking of six seals, uud
their TuHHlmcnt in history,
Your presence, will be appreciated.
Come. C. F. Hosi:, Minister.
Real Estate transfers.
Heal Estate Transfers for week end
ing Tuesday, July 2-I, 1912.
Compiled by M. W. Carter, 'Hand
Ernest C. Jounsou and wife to
Albert M. Slmerson, wd, sw
Oliver D Hedge, Sheriff to Ber
nard McNeuy, Sheriff's Deed,
to lots 11, 12, Hlk. 30, Hed
Bernard McNeny and wife to
Raymond W. Koontz, qcd, lots'
11, 12, Blk 30, Red Cloud 1
Kenneth M. McKeusie and wife
to Katie Siebrass, wd, lots 1, 2,
3, Husoh. Sub. DIv. Rourers
Add to Blue Hill lQOo
Hattle J. Segner et al to John H.
Hlnkins, cicd, lots 10,11,;i2, 13,
in Section 7-1-12 2000
Clay Iverson and wife to Frank
"N. Eohternuch, wd, lot 1, Hlk.
0, Bladen 900
Mortgages tiled, 822,400.00.
Mortgages released, 80,234.70.
Heal Estate Transfers for the week
ending Tuesday, July 30th., 1012.
Stephen A. Etherthon and wife
to A E. Turner, wd, lots ft to
H, Hlk. 8, Kuley & Jackson's
Addition to Rod Cloud OOo
Stephen A. Ethcrtou nnd wife to
A. E. Turner, wd, lots 3, 1,
Ullc. 8, Kuley iV Juuksou's Add
to Hed Cloud,
Audrow J. Mace,.Adtu'r., to Ruth
Qulgglo, wd, lot 10, Blk. 12,
Mortgages filed, S.S.'iOO.
Mortgages released, SHIOO,
Wall Paper, Paint and
Room Mouldings. Pict
ure Framing, Pictures
and artist Material.
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DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
VEt STATE ANN
Red Cloid ' ' ' ' Nebraska
Nebraska Puts Omaha to the Front
That Nebraska has mudo good In her
wheat crop this year is shown by tho
faet thut Omuhu hus forged to third
pluce Among the markets or the Hulled
States iu wheat receipts.
According to reports from Washing
ton, which have been received by the
Bureau of Publicity, Omaha was third
in wheat, second In corn, Mfth iu oats,
and third lu general roceipts for the
month of May Total.receipts In Oma
ha from Nebraska shippers for the
moutl', were 4,212,200 bushels.
The receipts are the loudest sort of
a boost for Nebraska. The state is
coining into her own as uu agricultur
al state and Is getting the recognition
A.C. AMES. M. D.
Physician and Surtfeon
RED CLOUD. . NEBRASKA
Officowllh Dr. R&lnca
D. D. Sandenon, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Olllce in Moon Block.
Hell, Blaok 4; Iud 103
Residence, Royal Hotel.
Bell, 47; Ind 27
Calls Answered Oaf or Night
UEII CLOUD, NKIt.
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