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Dullotln of Tlio Week's Doings
lie. II it) s went to lliisMngs Monday
W. V liieh ml- win tip fi Dili (Initio
.lames JlcUnile of Cowles was In
Coats mill Suits at )i Pii.'o for LVh.
Miner l'ros. Co.
Tin! county eominissluiiers woie In
bcslnu tills WeeU
J. U -.Vntsnn of Ciimplioll was in
Senator Weedier was home from
Lincoln over Sunday.
VOi 1 5 UN I A good tVroiun liouso
Hutchison A Hahuleti. adv
Attorney C U. Stasenlfa of Campbell
was In town Wedncdy
Guy Zelgler spent Saturday night in
IUverton with liis put cuts.
1). M. Ahlo returned homo from
Lincoln the last, of t lie week.
Prod Tnrnure and wifo left Monday
for Oklahoma to visit fi lends.
Conductor llugley and wife 'punt
Sundiy in MeCooU with friends.
Clias. Steward left Monday for
South Omaha to attend a caltlo sale
John Hamilton and son . John and
Howaid weie up fioin liiilde Koch
Iloh Avery and family are attending
ii Lumbermen's meeting in Omalia
All Kodak lllms bought of Stevens
Ilros., developed free when order for
prints is given.
C. W Malone of Lincoln spent Mon
day night In tho city with his daughter,
Mrs. Chal Uellatly.
Postmaster Stine and family of
Superior spent Sunday with Prank
Cowdeu and family.
Phil Dawson, of Endicott, held his
hoi sale here Saturday and the hogs
sold averaged S2S per head.
Oo to Miner Uros. Co., for all your
wants in Women's Wear and in Dry
Goods, Groceries and Shoes.
Mrs. Ed. Glllard of Naponee spent
the lflst of the week hero with her
brother, Allen TtiUeys and family.
(Jinij Suuuders, a;id -Horace Morse
of Cowles were Httcudlng the A. F. &
A. M. school of instruction here on
Alfrprt Hadell of Long Island. Kan
sas, is in the city this week being call
ed heie by the sickness of Ida brother,
E. W. Ross and family Ion Sunday
for Sulphur Springs. Arkansas, where
they will reside in hopes of impiove
ing Mr. Ross' health.
lloltaftc Tor Salc-The cotugo two
dooiH south of Col. Hesse's residence
will be sold at auction on tho 'JOth.
For particulars inquire of J. S. (ill
ham. llishoo William A. Quayle will lect-u-e
in Esbon. Ids., .Inn. ti5t h. He will
also speak at a ham-nut at 0 p. in. A
largo delegation is expected from Uul
Bei-tTHnnmit received word Monday
that his In-other, E.irl Tonnmt, hud
been killed by a train a'. Trenton,
Nebraska, and he left that evening for
Messrs. Cotting and Mitchell have
moved their stock of goods Into the'r
building. They have installed a new
set of fixtures, and now have one of
the finest stores in town.
This paper Is anxious each week to
issue a spicy and interesting local
page. If each ot our subscribers
would hand us in one news item, what
a newsy paper we could issue. Try it
for a few weeks and murk the change.
Last Fiiday evouing the mention,
of tho Baptist church and Sunday
School held a social at the church. A
short program consisting of singing
and short talks by the members weie
given, after which a luncheon was
served. All present reported an in
George VanUamp wont to Lincoln
Sunday night to complete arrange
tnonts'foi-a General Fire Agency. If
satisfactory contracts can bo obtained
to agree with the Southern Nebraska
Agency, odor by the company with
which Mr. ViiiiCamp is now connected
ho will make his homo in Red Cloud,
which is the most cent i al location in
his ten itoiy
Mrs. Oliver Sutton, aged til jou-'S
wife of Oliver Sutton, died at tin ir
homo boiith wei-t of Iiiavale, but
Tim sdav after an illness of soveial
months. Tho luneral services, weio
hold Sunday, conducted by I. W.
E Nun. lluiUl took place al Minden
Tuosdiy She loaves a hiisbind and
several son, and daughters to niouiii
h r death.
, Watch Your Children
Often children do not lot parents know
they arc constipated. They fear some
thing distasteful. They will like llcxall
Orderlies a mild laxativo that tastes
liko sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cents.
H. E. Grico Drug Co.
tieorgo Iliilcll Is ,.y sicklhl&week
t'n.rs mi. I Su t- at I j Pi lee for Cash
- Millet Urns li.
FmI Moeile of H'ue Hill wos in
lovMi Wt din sd.it
C W. Kuley left Vonday for ill -li'iniu
fur an cstHi led vllt
Kill Speiiec, the newspaper king of
Pi.tiiMni county, wlio'e homo Is al
I'liihklin, in nit. tlils'oHleo a fiateriml
on 11 Wo moodily I'Vcniug. lie hud
been to Cowles ami was on his way
Tho third number of the Lectin
Course was given by the Avon Sketch
Cub Wednesday evening In I ho opeia
hoii'o. The Club gave one of the
best eiitcrliiiiiuieiils that has been
given in I ho opera house for sometime
and should hate been favored with a
At best rates ami terms tube hail in
tills state Call for mo at State ItaiiU
of Red Cloud. C F. C'.minii.
Mi-s P.tliol Wilght ts s'ajing
Mrs. 11. Aulubnin this week.
Mr. atid'Mrs V, K. Hans and ehll lien
visited T. W. Schultz Sunday.
Miss Noilio Pc.ul, tisslstiiiit htllo
gl'l, was a passenger to L-iwreiu'e
Mr. and Mis. C. Reevo who live near
Guide Rock wore Ro-einout visitors
Mr. and Mrs. F. Barton and baby
visited ber parent-, Mr. and Mis. H. C.
Mrs. M. Kuncle mid oliildren wore
called to eto Friday by the death of
her little brother.
Mr vand Mrs. II. Autuburn mid baby
visited the former's sister, Mrs. A. F.
Krause last week
Mr. and Mrs. C. Henderson and Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Shirley took dinner
with Rev. Smith's Thursday.
Halllo Robinson returned from Lin
coln Tuesday where ho had been at
tending a barber college for the past
nislrii't Court com cues t ulaj.
Hli Co of lllnilcii sin tot. n t"dity.
At'oriiev A M. Walters of Mine Hill
is ill to mi Mlteiulllig district court
Ralph Woo. Is of Wtinoie spent Sun
day wlih his pueiils, Mr and Mi-.
John Grimes of Hillings, Montana is
In the city visiting bis bunker Ned
tii-lines ami wife.
Plait A Titos baton ( roe of men at
ivmk this week la.tlng I ho f iiudatloii
for the now- til emeu's hall.
Me. and Mis Phil Spaigur id VII
lUou, I ma, are visiting with Chas
Woods and family this week.
Mis l.eh'iid and ohlldien left Wed
Hi's lay evening for Oregon, whcie
tiioy will make their future home.
Miss i:il.abeth llrulo or Citnpbell is
visiting hoi- sisters, Mi-sdames Joe
McCullutu and A. ). Asher this wi ek
Mrs. Harry Cramer returned home
Hie II i st of the week from Geneva,
t heie she lied been visiting her pal
outs, Rev. Austin and wifo
Senator Weesuer lias been appointed
a member of th" following senate
commit loc: Revenue and Taxation
and School Lauds alio i-'uiids
Questions and Answers
He gaily ambled up to the counter
ot tho department storo and Inquired:
"Have you Kissed Me In the Moon
light?" "Not me," answered the lady
clerk; "better ask Mabel at tho other
counter," Audj this reminds us of
another of the same order: The Sun-
duy school teacher asked the question
of her class: "Who drove the children
of Israel into Canaan?" Nobody seem
ed to know, and tho question was re
peated with emphasis, xuo suonco
was deathlike "Come now", con
tinue 1 the teacher, you little boy, on
the back scat, who drove the children
of Israel into CanminV" Although con
siderably embarrassed by what lie con
sidered a ictlection, lie aiiswend
promptly, "I never did, wo just moved
here from Mis-outi last week."
Adams County Democrat.
quite ill the past week.
A Utile Mm of Frank S Hunts is ill
w it Ii tin measles this week.
Ilarve Farnham went to Kansas City
Sunday with a load of hogs.
Harvey Sinner went to Kansas City
Sunday with a load oT cattle.
Frank Stokes and wife visited at tho
ilmncs Kincaid home Sunday.
Harry Whlloley was transacting
business in Red Cloud last Thursday.
Clyde Mltchel was sawing wood for
Clarence Reed on the Aruosou farm
The Mt Pleasant Ladies Aid So
ciety will servo lunch next week at
the Buzzard bale north west of
Albert Stoner wont to Lincoln Tues
day as a delegate to tho Farmers'
Educational and Co-Operative' Union,
which is In session at that
A. Jaiisen and wifo were called to
Kansas City last week, on receiving
word that their daughter. Anna, who
was visiting theio, had been' badly
burned, i '
place t ds
I ROM 1HE PfcN OF CON HrtOVLIi
Innvalo, Nebr . Dec SU, lull.
Killlnr Red Cloud Chief. -
W lieu this oi uel and hm-iible war ts
over It Is admitted by almost ttor.t
one that there will be a cniisidoral lo
change in the map of Huiope and pit
haps ot tho old world. Theio will bo
a wide contrast hot w cell the geogiaph.t
now in the hamls of tho school child
ion and then. The iiuiiies of man.t of
the larger towns mid cities, espicialiy.
tt ill tu changed, itiul many spots, now
litstoilc In the war zone, lint former
ly iiaiuolo's, will then tieeito
The rivers will run as thoy are
and the mountains remain tho sumo
But thts change iu geography will
not be contlitcd to the one subject'
alone, as it .till ellect and make a
eomptoto change In most or alt of tho i
other subjects taught in school, es-1
pecially spelling mid gt milium- will bo1
dlllcicut, with their rules mid delluii
tlons, pronunciation, classillcatitui.
dciovatlon and conll-catlons. Tho lat
ter if not a subjiot, K suio to bo an
Now matter will bo brought Into Hie
milhtnotic, both in simple and com
pound proportion, such as the follow
ing exauipie: uncertain amount o
ammunition is lomiiicd to kill ftl
ollleeis mid -Jod privates, how much ,
ammunition will be required to kill
7H8 oillVors and a million of piivatos? I
Reduction, fractions, dividing, multi
plying, subti acting and adding all will j
bo brought into play. Agriculture or
piautical farming will experience a
complete change, mid will requiro
special attention, as no judicious or
scioiililic notations mo being made
during tho war, but, alas, a rotation
contrary to tho laws of God and man,
viz: miring wheat ono year mid hund
reds of thousands of pour human dead
carouses tho following year Or in
other words, two ciops on the same
land the same year, and making it still
more unsystematic and sacreliglous,
trodden down, burned mid loft to rot
Such a course really crlos aloud for
redress and restitution.
Some slight changes will also lie
made In geometry. Tho problems will
have u complicated touch to them and
bo more dilllcult to prove. Book
keeping, both single mid double entry,
nlso will appear very obstruee to
youiio- beginners, us a considerable
change will present Itself iu the stock,
prom nuu loss and bulnnce accounts.
I am gld I am not to go to school
in ineso, nays, tu
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mm SALE I
Men's Boys' and Children's
,;;;;;:; g SUITS and OVERCOATS S
AT BIG REDUCTIONS
Reductions "from regular
plain figure prices.
Only High Grade Clothing Sold Here
Suits and Overcoats
THE BEST IN THE WORLD
he Qomden-Kaley Qlotbing (jo.
HBNRY COOK, M. D.
I am again le.-tdy to make fawnLuius
iu any amount, la'rVo or small, and at
the best terms going. Solo agent for
Trevett, Maltis it Bin or.
Ofllcti over Paul Stoioy's.
.1. H. Baii.iiv.
Wait For Her, Boys!
The gill who is unkind to her moth
er isn't wort h a tinkers doggone. This
isn't written in any part of tho Bible,
but it's written in the history of thous.
amis and thousands of inisllt homes
If one of.you boys over run across a
girl with her faco full of roos; with
eyes that would dim tho luster of a
Colorado sky hi! with a voice that
would make the song of an angel seem
discordant, and she says as she comes
to tho door: "I cun't go for a few
minute1'; I've got to help mother with
the dishes," don't give her up. Stick
to her like a burr to a mule's tail
Just sit down on the doorstep and wait.
If she joins you in two or three
minutes, so much better But If you
h ive to stay there on the door-step for
a hutfhour, or an hour; you just wait
for her. If you don't, somebody ele
will and In time you'll be sorry. For
you'll realize what you have lost
Wait for her, boy. She's worth it.- Ex
Card of Thanks
We deslio to th-tnk our kind neigh
hois mid fi lends for their kindness to
u.s dm ing the sickness and death of
our beloved daughter, .Myrtle Flor-mice.
Mil ami Mus. Bi.snii: Mui.kii
Con McCoare. iil
DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL
SUPPLIES AND TOILET ARTICLES
December Weather Report
Teinpeiatiire: Menil 17 degrees;
maximum Til degrees on 1st; minimum
Id below zero mi luih.
Precipitation: Total ,!i7 inches.
Total snowfall 152 inches.
Number of days clear 13, partly
cloudy '-', cloudy 10.
Bates of sleet 127th.
Prevailing wind -direction N.V.
Chas. S. Ludlow, Observer.
Standing of Contestants
Tho following is tho standing of the
Contestants in The Chief's and Cook's
Drug S'oie Fieo Tiip lo tho Panama
1 1 ytno
1 1 Clir.
6tck headache, biliousness, piles, and
bad breath ore usually caused by inac
tive bowels. Gcb a box of Rcxall.
.Orderlies. They act gently and effco'
lively. Sold only by us at 10 cents.
H. E. Grice Drug Co.
COL. R. C. PETERS
Will Guarantee Competent Service. Ask
Those Who Have Had Him Cry
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks fi
.-1 . E 1
Must be sold in next ten days. Money . 'j
no object. You can make your dollar go
just twice as.far here.
The stock contains many fine black Coats, and quite a variety
of Fancy Cloaks, although we are broken in some sizes. Come
early and get your choice at these reduced prices:
Write or Wire For Dates
Guide Rock, - Nebr.
There Is No Question
but that indigestion and tho dist towed
feeling which uhvayi Koca with it can
bo piomptly telioved by taking n
before and ufter each meal. 25o a box.
H. E. Grico Drug Co.
Craduale ( lncigi Veteiinnry College
iwi.i.vi, m i:s rvpi.ltil scb
AT ISAII.KY'a Till UAUN
Rod Cloud -:- Ncbrosk.
$ 1 0.00 Cloaks at
1 5.00 Cloaks at
20.00 Cloaks at
25.00 Cloaks at
27.50 Cloaks at
S FURS AND SKIRTS AT Vz
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