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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1923)
CLOUD NEBRASKA OtUJSl
MUVBS l-'KOM MY LIKE
Hy F. L. BROWNE
I i mot Editor of Kerf Cloud Chief
IV. The SaiMcsI Word
l luL.L in agony rrled "My 'cl, My
. 1, why hast Thou forsaken nu ?"
All through the sleepless, awful
i tht of my return home 1 folt in
n degree the despair Ho felt.
hid I had anticipated io happy a
t inion. even nlanninir woil: that
JnU he started on the root row. ,
Thcio wan no home. Instead, !,
ftund nn empty home, its thousands
uf hommroa Monitored. Its inmntcs'
tone, their whereabouts unknown.
I found the wheels that turned ho
hi sily before- I left were standing Idle
behind locked doors, the property
tinned over to n strnnfjer's hands, the
business dead, and only a residue of
pennies left in the bank.
I cannot pay who was to blame. I
ii not know all of the facts and I
y.ould not do injustice to any innocent
P vpon, not even in my thoughts. I
k jow thnic was no need of bringing
Urrible disaster upon an old mans
i d. Thi.J tnip.cil;, was broitgh' to
l-- iuiid mm iiajii oi my
..vture, and not a whisper came to
no in all the weeks that followed.
J e fmit. of twenty years of love and
' ibov thrown to the winds in a week.
- il.l-t this wreck I ktoocl blind, holp
' and alone.
'ihtough all this blackness shone a
light like that of stars softly gleam
.ntr from the skies the light of
riendahip. From near at hand came
-i.,..i to., .. i.. oi.i., r.... ...,.
i.nt nicssagcH of hope and faith,
tmughleis, from their homes, give
oul of cheer. And later many friends;
Tirr.it ed and tendered aid ami sym-j
it':. In all this woeful waste the
i il w Inu'u rP imhii 1 ii Hnf ItuMit
..i iricesed, Tlio moral laws The
' .'. 'i love and trust and fajlh bad
' c uiOicd a.i oftni is the w 'wllund '
Vt, beneath the pasfcing foot of.
wild beast. T'is haid, intlot-d,
.;i looking back and writting bitter
ly of other days. My heart is bruised :
it bleeds yet deep tliorcin the love
fido ebbs and (lows as it did in days
i f yore when honeymoon so brightly
hone down on us. I can not call my
wife or gill untrue, I can not say my
Moid was false. I must touch briefly
a few of many known facts, writing
partly in metaphor to make the task
moie easy and leaving you to read be
tween the lines and draw your conclu
sion. It was now going on since our
Ottle craft started on its voyage. It
was sailing smoothly down the coast
far enough away to bo fairly safe
though not entirely out of danger. We
observed that by working close in wo
could make a turn that would take us
into wider waters. Some what dan
gerous but steady hand could make it.
It was decided to try tlio turn. All
v.as going as planned when just as the
crucial hour arrived, blindness came
"pon me. W'Uc sprang to the wheel
b.it weary and partly ill her strength
.id not suffice to control it. l'eihaps,
r.lso. the was badly frightened. She
l(t go and fled.
There was a strong band close be
side hers which might have reached
forwmd and .steadied the wheel.
There was a voice which could have
.aid'Tourage, Do not fear." Had this
been done the little ship would have
steadied until my return and then,
bandicapped as I was, I could have
aided sulliciently to make the turn.
However, this was not to be. One more
item was added to tho long list of
"might have been," Our little baik
i ashed onto the rocks, a mess of
wreckage beyond nil possible salvage.
There is much more. I might write
rf a strange hnnd thnt came constant
ly beckoning to my Beloved, of a
s-trange voice thnt spoke for her tolof Inavale Charter No. 70S In the Stole
near ami not for me, of winsome smile
fading away.of soulful eyes that grew
fold and turned aside. But why dwell
on these intimate personal matters.
There is so much risk of plncingblame
where it does not belong. There is so
much risk of having blame construed
where it is not intended. Perhaps
some of this blame should rest upon
my shoulders, ret haps I misunder
stood or failed to comprehend. Warm
blooded loving husbands do that some
times. And this, maybe had vexed
her. A financial lariat choked mo to
silence. I could utter no protest.
tiniF. in .Mime cicspcu ot jicr own
she was trying to help me tiying to
Iack that ropo so I culd slip the
noose from my neck. I know not.
I Ril alono in my noonday twilight
without a companion just when I most
Although comfortable and most
oaiefuljy envod for I dwell ' under a
Granger's roof without n homo when I
most need one.
Whether I remain thus to the cml.
;In rr,c or 1ol'. ,f Wrr.t in th!, hZiMiir, ,)lm,or.
i.iinus oi jny mnirei
I have faith, and hope for both.
It maybe that some bright morning
III walk proudly about amono: men,
I may bo that only it. lieiivcn T shall
see ami ho happy again.
My story begins with smiles mid
tjoya, tears and legrsts are the end.
S. A. Fiwi-er Laid io Rel
01', wlin hit I lh'8l 1 I
i 'hapnit year, pitted
nit In Hie Flist waul
Iii4 Mi. Flni'lier wi
I r I." lili i
a vy n. 'iN I
lnri ! (own. jiH1 I, IM7. and w
d '" "-. iiiyiiths mid II .li -
" ' Mde. n tlii-i uity for uiiu.v
V" ""'""" I"" ' which nmu ...
worked foi H.i- llurlliiu'toii
On Niivumii r :i, I S77 ho wui unlti-d
in iiiniiiHUt' tn With, Mury Shoop at.rij
Io tills union u. i' ro Ihii u rour sons nu I
11 VO llrtllglltcls. two uliililati lllllill.
d I'd lii Infancy Hcslili" tin- wile.
throe Inotheis and thro sUter-i, mi i
seven children me left to mourn Inn
TllC fllllUIIll -I'lviUL'S WITH belli a1
llio Cliiihtiiin ohm oh Mniiilny urtci
iiooii, Itev 0 (!, NcKun in cliin 1 1,
after which interment whs in iilii In the
rAnnWBn nna lllrPh Nnfps
""b4-&M " .,-.
Siitiitay School 10 ii. in.
Mo'iiit.g service 11 m in.
Hv i lug ii rvitv 7. .HI ,. in
Enclish Lutheran Church
Hi'Kiibit oi vlcos t'vi'iy Urfet iiiitl third
Siiiiiliiv'in i lin iiimitli In tlio A 'hi ii 1st
,,,,l,,h '" ll "'
Annum L-eiiit'iitS) ice- iml bofou hc
at 1 1 a. in You are el
() It I. nil?., P.isim-
Sir , r
' x '
lllllll tl III It 111.
-fnic" II ii ill. Siibjtfct:-
..f t! v iv m.I l'.lll."
u' je " . lie inavt d Life
Rcnort of the Condition
-or 'in i:-
Webster County Bank
1EI CLOUD. NEBKASHA.
ClKirUr Nu. 10 Hi. iiiciii pin and In llio.Muti'oi
NolirasUii, at the i'Iiim ol IiiisImcns Ilcc. K),
I.OlUlHllllll lllhl'OlllltH .... M'U.U.W."
Uvvriirnlts - IHI.38
Current ox ponsm, taxes nail Inter.
chl paid i!,ii.i.:ll
duo Ironi nulliinnl ami Mate
('licckminil lleniNnl ...
(.'XClinUKU 257 7
Chi rency . :i,5Ii.ihi
(fold coin 1.000.00
sum r. nli'U( Isaud ci nis i.ins.r,t
I'Ollll .. .
(.'upltiil Ktnel; paid la '
ol deposit l.tfjT.HS
I hue ceitllleates
uf depuslt IS,0tl.'JI
NnUNiilid IiIIIn ie-illli'oilllted
IH'poilliirh' cuaiaut.' Iiind ... .
t'uiiiiiy ol limn-. (
I, M. II. I'l.iil! nii:, enstilcr ol lint mIkiw
nit mill b.iaU, do liLiehy hucur that thealniw
slati'iiii'iit Is annuel and tutu enpy ol the
repoit made to IheMate llanklin; llnard.
S. It. l'l.OltANCi:.
S. II. I'l.OIIAMI , IHrcetiil.
C. I. I'ni'K, IMrtctnr.
Suhscrllu'd anil himmii to In ore me th's
IIHIidii) ol .1 miliary mi.
jsi:l Urn, W. Hulehhiiii
Report of the Condition
Bank of Inavale
of Nehraskn at the close of business
uec ;iu, iu.
J.ouiisaiiil Disi'utmtB s,,ioi,wj
Overdraft -2,;m ll
lloiuls, heciiiltlfk.JiultjiiieiitH, elnlniK
ote., InciudliiK all Kovci'iiiiieui
Hanking house, furniture A fixtures II.O-I.OO
Uuo IromuiMluiiM nnd state
(lolil coin 70.00
Sllser nickels and ecnts .. I,0J7.HJ tl,:t8l.2l
v apllal Muck paid in ,..
Individual deposits btihjict
t" cheek 79,0I'J.I!
UuiucenillciiHoldcposlt ua.WOi HWJUCi
Hills payable. 'JO.OOO.OO
liepoHltdr'sKiiar.ility (mid. . . iJKLU
SrATHUPNUIKASKA, i ku
County of Wehstcr fhs
I, U. K. Mefrary CahhlcroftlioalHiNonain
(d hank do lierehy bwcnr that tliu nlmo
Htateiiuiit Ih a cornet and truo copy of the
.-i pnu niiiiiu io ma tiito ii.uikliiB Hoard,
O. It, MfCltAUY,
Allnd Mi fall, HiueU.i,
tSubscrllied and honi to huforo mu tills
lOtli day of January IDJ.1.
ISenl). Notary l'ublle.
fhe vision cry
By AQflES G. UHOCAM
l'.ac. '...& ti : - ?s-.i.fiSrtsa'
, Wit. nohiorn NinrBiio.-iii Union.)
LlniK'lio sat nnd lookr.l over (lie
rippling rlxcr. Mimettc was grmill,
dark nnd liowltcMng.
I'nr ncross tlio blue i n lilon
.'lly. She was Hiiro Unit ll wns but n
vision oily for wbeii purple uilsls cov
ereil tlio bllls'llic city was not there at
nil. l!ut wlicn I be sun shorn1 ami "the
fJilpH Were white IK foani, the vlnloli
clly bcciinie n real place of glcamlnc
tuirets, towers nnd lull litilhllnpR.
white nnd shining.
At these limes lnnetlc loved to pic
ture to herself beautiful women who
might lle their lives of pleasure In
such a world.
The people who catiie to buy wore
friends, most of them had watched
the French Klrl grow from babyhood
In her 1:1ml griiutlmntlicr'i cure. The
folic of l.n Merc vlllnge traveled sel
dom mid knew hut one place of abode.
As their great giiiiulpnronts lived be
fore Ilium, they lived today.
And out across the blue the towers
of the vision city beckoned to I.lnnettP.
.Sometimes Cone nunc, liene was an
amusing lad, who peislsted In court
Itepentei1l, she told Gene of her
dream. How oiu day people should
come to the III lie shop and find If
deserted. Por in mine unexpected
manner, slic, Upnctii', would answer
the beel.i iilntr lowers mid go to live
heiieafli fin in.
"And iii'oi nocr, will I oouio
hack," Vie would tell (Jene.
liliuieilc caiTli'.l tiny dolls down t"
the Hbore mid l.uiite for thein Ihefc
dainty dre-scH i.-oni scraps of silk or
rail I'd. It was not for plensiire alone
that she eiireftillv studied the fnshloii
eatnloKs. And ns she -owed one nffer
noon a touring err I timed In from the
roml mid n you .: ii.nii ullgliled.
"t'otild you i II nn," he linked,
"where lay mother and lny-i'lf illicit
he abb' In priii'iiie luiii heon. We have
traveled it Ion; ay mid are tired and
"You may not llnd a pension for
miles. Hut I." added MmiPtte eager
ly, "will he find to "-cno you In my
Stranger.', to Munette, strangers
from some foreign clly otVJieiuttil'iil
homes, weie ever an adventure. The
iiinii's mother addressed I.lnnelte as
It was all very delightful. Happily
toward her III tie shop thu girl led the
"How uniipie," exclaimed Mr.
James Uusspll Gordon, as she walked
about, admiring Llnuette's tiny dolls of
fn-hliin. "Why, Itussell, this French
girl Is a genius, a designer-to-be.
Could Lucille create a frock more
orlglnallj charnilngV" Tho big son
".Vow mot her," he remonstrated,
"don't allow your usual sympathy ami
Impulsiveness to prompt you to adopt
this French girl and take her home.
Itcinciitlior past experience, plense."
What that experience might have
been IEtisM'11 Gordon did not say, hut
HtirirMiij:l, hi mothei answered.
"You lune lilt upon my very thought
nu usual, dear, of what use Is our
nioni'A II n u to spiead happiness and
lead olheis to sucesftil living? The
past inls(nln-s must not discourage the
pieMiit. I llt.e i Ids wistful llttlo crea
lure. I sua I .!t disposed to give her
her el. nine."
And after an arteimion In l.lnuelte's
company, while H son spent his time
with tho car. Mis. Gordon became
wholl.v dlspiiM' I. .lid told Ktist. g(,
upon h' return. Knowing well his
inollier. the ,i iii"j Plan iiiaib' no do
nuir to her pi in but (pilctly and tv
slgiiedl.v s i .iilmiit tho arraiigeiiientn
for l.lniU'tleV ileiartiiie. The girl
agreed to the wopeui's suggestion. ,
"Ai.d .nii think." she asked breath-.
1es1,, "l bnl (ier i lien wheie build
ings stand tall and lovolj women come
fo bii.v that I shall learn to design
drc-ses and to sew pearls upon satin
for l hem to wear'
"We shall (e" replied Hllbsell Goi
don's mother, smilingly,
The Mii. -balled woman stooped to
kbs the girl's glowing face.
In new deference the young man
assisted her Into the ear.
"Good-by," called Gene.
Llnnette regarded her old home
"It Is not," she explained to bet
benefactress, "as though I had not all
my life longed to go to a vision city.
Kllse will keep the shop and Ellse will
never know what It means to send a
hearliieho with every white ship that
Months passed ami the girl, happy
In her new environment, learned noth
ing of it drcssninl;ors nrt. Constantly
she was nt the elder woman's side,
contentedly they walked and talked
and studied together. And thu son, so
far, had refrained from reminding Ids
mother of her purpose.
"Llnnette," he began one day. "It
was your purpose, mother, to educate
her for a business profession "
"Jtussell," his mother Interrupted,
"I cannot part with her. She Is so
exactly the daughter I havo long de
sired. I must keep her so, Hussell."
Then Itussell Girdon laughed hap
pily. "Our own," ho corrected," foi this
day, mother, I have asked Llnnette
to iiitury me."
And tho girl, with wistful eyes no
longer, looked up Inter to where the
tnweiu ni .i nt l. Miami In the moon
light. "It Ibc'Iiij i, n illy," she told
her loter, "u vision--of d.-ctms -como
WHERE WOMEN ARE SUPREME
Thoce Belonging to
Sternor Sex Hnvt
to Bay. hi Tilpoli.
Apropiif oT current' dlsctins'onn re
gHiillug tb coiiipiiriitlvo status of
women v rtg'ils In tlte Fulled SUte8
and oilier niiiutrien, the frr4lownM bul
letin of the .Notional Gewi'mplile so
elety is unoted, not an iii'Kiinient, but
im liiiWtni,t evldonte on Ihln inilnt:
"Anioiijr the Tunregi, found In the
villi) ot tfi1 Tripoli, It Is niaii the brute
who by all Hie laws of tho country
hail to oboj the women, ljoscciit Is
traced through the mollier; woman
shows her ptoud I'mv to all'tlie world,
while the nttiti goes e!led. In the
preseme of a woman of noble birth,
men cover their fates and heads al
together. The women give thu chil
dren what Utile Instruction they have,
and train them to tespect and obey
"P.ullled and worried by his women
folk, the Tuareg has no liberty at all.
All the goods, tents, cainels and clothes
are the women's property. 'I he stick
he carries and the great wooden box
Into which he puts what his wife suf
fers him to have are all the man pos
sesses ami nil he retains If tor some
reason IiIh wife chooses to divorce him.
"In Ghat, when n man goes out af
ter sunset he Is usually followed by a ,
negro koiwmiI sent by his wife to dog
his steps, and woe to him if he forgets. ,
himself or eomen home too, late! He j
will fliu'i tb" door i Uul and must fount ,
himself luelcv If be is not put onto the j
"The yoitn;. t.. who. In splto of I
all this, wanth t marry must pay a I
heavy mum Ur t ie bride, to obtain
which ho U nhllivt to look for other
means than his it al work of rearing
eaniols or enrrylii-. good i for Hie Arab
trailer. T'ms lie l forced Into taking
part In oiif of the annual rliav.zlns.
"The Indlj's dcerilo when the right j
nioim m b ii cue n tinil the men sally '
forth :"ini I m luckless mrnvan
or to the rich : I hlniuls of TPiostJ. (
riieje eenelcsK :i Ids bap destroyed
nmnv a fertile mi s nnd have acceler
ated tl litml (li'i'ipearrnee of trans
SnbaraM trade." .
Gotham Goe? Hack to Corset.
The day of the cdlsetless tlguie Is
sstng. and ocivi In the ease of very ,
Pain and yoiuhful ll'jnrcs some kind
of suppiii Is th ,-nlo, according to a
Xew York I Mvv In the Pittsburgh Dis
patch. For several seasons It has ,
been the fad to dispense with corsets
and the lesult has In many Instnnces j
been rather disastrous.
So this winter the coruetiers are I
busy and the corset department of
the shops are crowded with women
who desire to repair the ihunago done
by nn era of absolutely no support to
the figure, and befoiv It Is too late
gel hack the slender grace brought
about by a specially designed corset.
In no article of women's wearing ap
parel hns there been a greater ad
vance than In the corset. Once an
object of dlscomfoit and almost tor
ture, In Its present version It meets
with the approval of doctors from the
standpoint of health and from design
ers of clothes from the standpoint of
Fntalictic Notion of Kismet.
The fatallstle notion of kismet in
culcated by the doctrine of predestina
tion, import ant I v Iniltienees Turkish
thought and action -or Inaction as It
assumes that all events atVeeling man
kind are absolutely preordained by
Allah, who hns written them down
In the "Preserved Tablets." delivered
to the angels on Hie "Night of Des
Neglect of all -anltary precautions
not to say hostllltj to them Is one
important re-iilt of kismet, notwith
standing that Moslem are enjoined
by the Sacred Law to regular and
careful ablutions. Quarantine regula
tions are otlielally observed at Con
stantinople and the other large sea
ports, but In towns of the- Interior the
.Moslem population manifests the
greatest dislike to such sanllar.v regu
lations, which it regards a-, profane
Interference with the will of Allah.
That popular picture "Manslaugh
ter" had at last reached tho little mo
tion picture houses which the girl put
ionize. She found .standing room
only. As she waited for half an hour,
squeezed behind a rope, unable to see
any of the screen, she was thankful
that It was a refined and gentle crowd,
quite unlike that which one meets In
She was to he disillusioned. The
music changed, the lights went up and
some people went oul. As the ushers
took away the ropes someone near the
girl asked "Is this the end of Mum
Frantically the crowd pushed and
fought down the aisle.
"No," some one answered with feel
ing, "It's the beginning." Kxchange.
Wlfey'c Little Secret.
Once 011 a time In the United States
a youngster ran Into the house to
Ids mother carr,vlng 11 beaded hag.
The child said he had found the hag
In the automobile which his papa had
been driving tho night before. It was
n strange ling, It contained a sum of
iin-ov. Tho w'f lock the money,
called a woman irlend and the two
had a (healer party, dinner, candy
and n good time generally with plenl
of money, and oh, such fun, To this
day the ni.itd In tho household carries
a beautiful beaded big given to her
hy her mistress. The hush- -id dnos
not know there ver "was smh 11 ln-ud-ed
bag, and wl,ovor lest II but, then,
that Is something ilso again! Indian
WEBSTER COUNTY FA KM lUJHI'AU NOTI'S
(11 County Kxlennion Agent, Henry K. Haunch)
I EXTRA0r PKOM THE ANNUAL IMPORT
JMAl-OFJfrAOKIJfifJB VAfUNATION DKMON3tRATJtXKf31!rz
i.d 'lc fid
. 1 11 water
'.'' vi Crwk
J mi vale
Hat in t
OK IrOUITKY OULLING nK.MONriTicATIONS mii2
VtA oor OA- uoo.vi fe?.
twoiiuM , o i - v e amv
ViE'-OMaiW TO US , vtEfift's IZUVAJ
v vak. V4E roiT s;e.s.R. ftp, fj
-:.,., uc'-i "STurr- buv vme gotD
T VA'S VT (" KEEP VUtS
CEAu rw.W'.N JOURMM. W.
JC)A VjN.M AvV PLEASE?
r.t,.ws.'-a i.vi KSNf.Ms
MEN YOU MAY MARRY
By ETHEL R. PEYSER
Hat a Man Like This Proposed
Symptoms: Uully chap, good
heart, good looking, dark, well
set up. blue eyes und reliable
purse. Always notices every
scenic effect everywhere, thea
tre, our clothes, .sunsets, girls'
faces In carmine decked, always
rearranges our furniture and
ornaments. Always wears odd
color, always a quaint Utile
bank.v sticks out of his breast
pocket, purple snl, green silk
sldit, of crepe de chine, silken
collnis. soft hats, and always
advises you to change the thlfgs
.von have for other things re
gardless of your hard-earned
cash. He likes you beeiiuse jou
listen to his coloratura ravings
and he thinks (hat he can make
a scene out of you.
lie ina.v !
Prescription to His Bride:
Learn jour colors so that joii,
too, can talk. Talking colora
tura Is in this case wiser than
singing 1,000 trills.
It Takes Two to Combine Life's
(by McClure Ni'wiuier Sj mllcnte.)
OVKK STATE BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
Is The Place!
To Puy Wall Paper. Paintu,
And Electrical Supplies.
Tho best place for Picture
FARMS NUMBER cVi ai3
J Commissioners i'occedinjjs
(I'liiiiiiiutil from ingel)
lion'- .-... - . 2 500.00
Shcr f W. licr appeared before the
U.ard ml state l that for the pre en:
at le l.o did not intend to appoint
it tegular Deputy Sheriff, but ti ked
...a:, he be a lowed to hire one i.s
r eeded ITi : request was ranted bv
the H id.
I . !i' matter of the tnxoa due Yj -ster
cf.vnty from l'vmil: Starr, e
;cvnv t s, or. - r.ci'"-'!' v"" ni o
;r.,l vni ric 'N.l' ; Cuun Attorney
'e,i s meted to i"j : n.l e'f e. 1 so: .
Ccpient of these taxes by ..ttruary 2
J 02:i. . iid if rnHiicce'cful bv that da'e
o C '" 'li
ience leinl tilion again t Mr.
md his h.-ndsntdn.
1" . 'oiitity Her1: was intni-tci
to 'e t'.'-o i hi . for pt. ajfe" of
the V'"' -tor Ceunv lor Farm f r
the jo:m' commencing1 March, 102 1
Sn!e 1 bid? !o be filed with the Coun
ty Cleik by o n of the Gth day of
Tlio follow iiif official bond; were
approved by the Hoard:
I ihrel Powell, county treasurer;
jUoad Overseers Harry Hansen, Dist.
11 H; Kmil Sack, V, It; Harm Hopper,
4; D. H. Stunkard, I); Gej. A. Hen,
10 C; L. E. Feis, 1G A; H. B. Geong,
8; Ed. Gerlach, 7 D; Harold Doyle,
6; Wm. Dane, Justice of I'ca?e, Oak
Creek; II. W Stewart, Justice of
Peace, Ied Cloud City; Geo. H. Over
ing' Oj. Highway Commissioner; An
dy Guy, Constable, Guide Kock Pre
cinct. The following Itoad Overseers re
port books were audited and approv
ed: V. J. Oberbeide, Dist. No. 2; E. H.
Vance, 2 B; Henry Jolin, 12; Henry
Margarin, V I); li. B. Georig,
8; Jolin Haa-.son, 11 B; J. D. Buckles,
11; L. A. Meyer, 12 B; Waren L.
Thomas, fi; W. E. Toap, 1 GC; Peer
Knehans, !!; Jolin Iluinmelberg, 4 15;
II. Hoppen, 4; Emil Sack, 15 B; Wm.
Hlobaum, 7 B; J. N. Hutchins.
'lie following cia'ms were audited
and allowed and County Clerk in
structed t div.w warrants on the
proper fund in payment of same.
11. It. Fausch
Anna Stumpenhoivt . ...
School Dist. No. 8'J . ..
School Dist. No .00 ......
A. D. Kanney
Howe's Cafe .
E. W. Steven-
Fidelity Deposit C?.
C. A. Waldo
Stella Ducko' . .. ..
O. C. Tcel
. 1 1.80
W. D. Edson .- -
A. B. McArthur .
Bladen Enterprise ...
Geo. II. Overing
POOlt FARM FUND
Farmers' Union Cowles
Lee It. Walker ......
No further business appearing tho
Board adjourned to meet February G,
n. F. PEItRY,
The Margin of Safety
Is represented by the amount of
Insurance you carry.
Don't lull yourself Into a funded
Because lire has never touched you
it doosn't follow that you'ro immune
Tomorrow -no today, if you have
time and yon better llnd time
oiiinu to the otlloo and we'll write
n policy on your lionso, furniture,
store, or merchandise,
LATElt MAY HE TOO LATE-
O. C. TEEL
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