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Killed In Auto Accident ReginaHats VaUftl VrrnM RvvnMrMK lES-Cic 1 iff I i?irntoi t " 1 4. ,v V If VW? Exquisite Spring Millinery Opening Our exhibition will be the most extensive and interesting we liuve ever held bo early in the season. Smart hats in clever patterns of the best American designers are here in rich Jets, Maircs, Fancy Straws, Hemp MUhiih, Luces, combined with front, stick-ups We also show u very pretty line of children's and ladles' reudy-umdo dresses nnd net and muslin underwear. Also a guaranteed line of CSO Corsets. MM BURDEN'S STORE r WE ARE SHOWING THE ADVANCE STYLES IN I MEN'S HATS (U?- FOR SPRING ALL THE NEW Shapes and Colors A SPECIAL NEW LINE OF I Caps For Spring LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU PAIL STOREY The Clothier jf 9 a On Mondny evening ti largo number of citizen met In the court room for the purpose of putting in nomination candidates for the various city oillces The convention was called to order by Chairman A. I), ltanuey, who was made permanent chairman, with Miner Sherwood ntSeciotury, and the follow ticket was nominated: Mayor Dr. Damerell City Clerk O. C. Toel. City Treasurer S. It. Florance. City Engineer Oeo. II. Overlng. The convention then dividod into wards electing Halph Foe as chairman and 1'uul Pope ns secretary of the First VYurd, and Alt McCall and Editor W. D. Edsou being elected to the sume positions in the Second Ward. This resulted in the following men being chosen for councilmen: First Ward Frank l'erry. Second Ward F. W. Cowdou. The convention then re-assembled and the following were chosen as mom bers of the Hoard of Education: Three Year Term Wmt Weesner. Three Year Term Oeo. Coon, Two Yerr Term It. E.Foe. After electing the following Central. Committee the convention adjourned: A D. Rauney, Chairman; Miner Sherwood, First 'Ward; Will Edson, Second Ward. This ticket is made up of the best men of the city and are worthy of the vote of every citizen in town. Wednesday afternoon N. M. Dondnn cashier of the Dank of Guide Hock, was returning homo Red Cloud nnd was within half n mile of homo when his automobile skidded mid turned over, pinning him beneath It breaking Ids nook. Coroner Amuck was summoned hut after learning the facts, and viewing tho scene of thetaccldent, decided an inquest to be unnecessary. Mr. DoudtiH was about 55 years of ago and had been cashier of the Hank of Quiile Hock for 25 years, and was one of the most highlyl respected and promiuont citizens of tills vicinity. He leaves a wife and four children ono of whom, Miss Heulah, he brought to Red Cloud with him for a visit with Mrs. E. S. Garbor, Mrs. Doudna and Ed. (lurbcr being cousins. Dr. Damerell Writes From Honolulu Honolulu, Hawaii. ' Murch 6, 1014. My Deor Mr. McCull:- I am to nervous to write with pen and ink, so pleaso excuse pencil. In some ways I feel some improved in health. 1 do not have the shortage of breath I did when there, und I do not get tired so easy. Sleep and eat like a wood chopper. This Is tho most oven climate I ever lived in. Temperature from 00 at night to 80 or 85 iu the day time. I have a battling 3uit and am in the ocean nearly every day. Male and female, white nud colored, all go in at the same bench. Water warm und we haven line time. We took it tour around this island, 100 mllou, iu a line Fierce-Arrow six cylinder automobile, and u fine ma chine carrying stvon passengers I can not give details of this trip, but we were through a pine applo factory that employs over one thousand people, and a sugar factory that puts out one hundred and fifty tons daily. The plantations aro immense We have plans for three other trips, one to the volcano on the island of Hawaii, which is about 150 miles from hero, one up to what they call Marble Head, about 30 miles, a very beautiful trip, and Mr. Lindsey Is going shark Ashing with some fishermen, provided they cun get n dead horse for bait. A shark caught a Jnpanesso up the Island a little ways lust Sunday, and his wife and child could do nothing but stand by and see two of the brutes eat him. I visited the homo of the old Queon LIU yesterday morning She looks old and is over 70 years. I expect to call ou tho governor before long. I have seen him' Thore aro many tilings to write about, but I can explain better whon I see you, We expect to leave Honolulu about April. Will be six days on the water. I read that the weather is very cold baok there. You must be careful. I-hope W. N. Rich ardson Is feeling better, and everybody is well. With klndost personal regards to yourself and family, I remain, Yours truly, DR. ROBERT DAMEREpL. ALFALFA IIAY-I have about 50 tons of alfalfa hay for sale by tho staok. Good quality, Orfe mile north of State Hank, Red Cloud.-Daniel Garber. Spiring Time Brings Many Weddings On Suuduy at noon occurred the wedding of Mr. CJaudo L. Cramer to Miss Uebecua M. Barlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Barlow, the cere inouy being performed at the home of W. nud Mrs'Geo. lliimmet, Rov. Hum- i mel speaking the words which united these two hearts for the remainder of life's journey. After the ceremony the bridal party returned to ttio home of the bride's puieutM, wiiere all elegant repast was served. The bride is one of this vicinity's popular young ladles aud is honored by old and young alike. The groom is u popular young mau.of this city, and is considered ono of the substantial und cbuilug young meu of the com munity. They will make their home ou a farm in Batin township on which tho groom has resided the past year. The Chief 'along with their many friends wish them much joy aud happi ness over life's matrimonial sea. YOUR HOME Will have the BEST music ONLY when it has an Edison Phonograph. Disc, . Cylinder, $60.00 to $475.00 15.00 to 200.00 Come in and let us prove it. E. H. NEWHOUSE Optometrist and Jeweler RED CLOUD, - - - Nebraska On the evening of March, the 17(b at the heme of the bride, took place the marriage of Miss Norma E. Richardson of Rod Cloud, to Mr. Dan F. Burner of Stelhi, Neb. The ceremony was per formed by tho Ruv. D. Fitzgerald, rector of the Catholic church. Tho wedding was privatu und only the im mediate relatives of both families he being present. Those from out of town being the puronts of the groom, Mr. und Mrs. farber of Yoik, Neb., and Mis. Garber of UufFulo, New York, tiater of the bride. Immediately after the murriugo ceremony dinner waa Berved to the friends of the family who were present. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rarber left for the east on No. 14. They will make their home at Stella, Neb., where Mr. Barber is in business. On Wednesday March 12th,' a marri age license was Issued to Irvan S. Marshall of Burr Oak, Kansas and Helen M. Barrett of Guide Rock; March 10 a license to Fred K. Bragg and Miss Muble Reeve both of Guide Rock and to Clarence V. Johnston of Bed Cloud nnd Miss Josephine E.stollo Fox, of Iunvale. v i WERE HERE t . -.., i FOR BUSINESS -ri -. ! j. Nt County Judge A. D. Ranney ofllolat. ed at a double wedding In his otfee on March 18th, the contracting parties being Lunelle O. Caldwell of Imperial, Nebr., to Miss Lula S. Kiehl of Guide Rook and Henry J. Nltzel of Cowles to Miss Lorena Cbull of Blue Hill. Dont miss the Adventures of Kathljn series of pictures at the Tepee next Mondrfy and Tuesday, Regular prices. The school farm is now an assured success. The grounds have been .sur veyed, the parks arranged for and stakes set for the planting of some thing llko three hundred trees. An athletlo field has beon provided, nnd altogether this farm is well arranged. Intensive farming will be taught by a competent Instructor from the state farm. N BILL TOO SMALL OR TOO LARGE "QUALIIY AND SERVICE" OUR HOBBY ' 'TALK WITH US ABOUT YOUR LUMBER" i THE MALONE-AVERY CO. SUCCESSORS TO SAUNDERS BROS. No Substitutes V RETURN to the grocer all sub stitutes tent you for Royal Bak h ing Powder There is no sub stitute for ROYAL Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful. Powders offered as sub stitutes are made from alum. My son, it you think you aro '."dip ping one over" on Dad when yon try to explain your whereabouts nights, and your actions at other times, you "have another guess coming." It hasn't been so very long since Dad was a boy, Hud his memory Is still fairly good, and son, he knows the "ropes" and tho symptons of having gone over them, far better than you do. Just becauso Dad keeps still and saws wood, don't think you are fool ing him. lie's next. Alma Journal. "Church Union, Is It Possible?" will be tho subject of the sermon Sunday morning at the Congregational church. The pastor will discuss the following" points, The Reasonableness of Protest ant Union; The Working Basis of Church Unity; The Need and What Has Been Accomplished Thus Far. Evening subject, "The Wrestling Maa at tho Ford of the Wrestling River.' All cordially invited to attend both' ervlo9. 4 'i n I I. IT m sbi lyi "A5t1 a ' rwa,"