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RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA. CHIEF
fiS TOLD TO US
Hon Copby wont to Omaha Wedncs
OJias. KJpy u driv'iiK t. new Studc
bukci coupe, i , .
A. K. Kllison was n passenger
(tiuSic Hock Wednesday morning.
Kdgnr Cowden was u passenger to
Omaha Tuesday morning on train !.
Mrs. Knuik Hughes aivl mh, Alio,
were- jKihsengcis to Superior Kiiday
V. 1). Edson attended the Masonic
school of instruction held at Minden
Fred Temple of Kans&s City was
in the city the last of the week visit
Hd Garber and Lee McArthur were
in Guido Rock Wednesday doing some
Several of tho local Masons attend
ed tho Masonic lodge at Hastings last
Mrs. Omer Carter was a passenger
to G'.llettc, Wyoming, Wednesday
morning on train 4.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
moved into the Ryan
North Webster .street.
J. W. Cochran went to Kan.-as City
Sunday morning in charge of the
stock shipped from here.
Buy Your PIANO a Safe Way
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A. H05PE CO.,
CI1 Foiitl.-i Mitel Omaha, NttratVa
licrnard McNcny went to Kansas
City Thuisdny morning on train 10
to snend a couple of days attending
to legal bus'nes matters.
Today is the first of Match and
the i enters have commenced to move
a'so several families in this city have
m vod to different residences
l)i. Kobeit Damercll went to Den
. r Tuesday evening on tiain 17 to
sjioiiil a few days visiting with friends
and attending to business matters.
Mr. ami Mrs. Roy Stevens of Hast
ing.H sjient Sunday here visiting with
'nis parents' nnd at the home of his
brother, E. W. Stevens and family.
Mrs. Mary Reynolds arrived here
Sunday evening on train 17 from Dcx
etcr, Kansas, she being called by the
death of her father, Mr. McCornvck.
Ray Mountford returned home Tues
day afternoon from Lincoln where he
went Monday morning to spend a
shirt time attending to business matters.
lien Copley iin-' Mr. it ti tl Mr Ohi-t
HoIiitIh miiIihmI to DfsliliT TiiOMlny niul
ihovo liHck two new Vwu (molts
Mr. llur'.tM. of the Ainerhwii-Iiii
li unco Kliu Tituok Co . topMtlicr with
tin-onulnoiT iHtsed Mini here WtilncH
dy with a Uho Fire Truck, which they
ri dKllvHiitig to Alma, Kh.s A Jargp
number of our citizen kuvu it the
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tumurc re
turned hime Thursday evening from
Oinrha where they liuvr- been Hpcnu
iug the past few days with friends
iiiid attending the Annual Convention
of the Federation of Nebraska Retail
Mir. Alison White and babv re
turned t the'r home in Oak Park,
Illinois, Thursday morning i.fter spend
iiif the past few weeks visiting at
the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Cowden and with other relatives.
Andrew J. MoOormlck. nged about
&" years, passed awn' at Ills home near
North Hrant'h, KHtisna, Friday night.
Ho had been in poor health for n-voral
month), Four -otis and a rhnifjhror
nro left to mourn his death. The fun
eral services wcif held at the Hitrhlntid
church Monday afternoon and Intftr
ment was made in the Highland urine
Ed Piatt went to Omaha Tuesday
morning to spend a couple of days at
tending to business matters.
F. W. Cowden went to Hastings
Thursday morning to spend the day
attending to business matters.
Four carloads of hogs weic shipped
to Kansas City Sunday morning and
one carload of hogs to St. Joe.
Lawrence Walters of Guide Rock
spent Sunday here with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walters.
Miss Minn'c Cliristi&n letmned to
Superior; Sumlay moming after a
couple of days visit here with her
W. G. Hamilton has installed a new
cash register in his .store and this
machine docs most everything but
write the customer's name on accounts
County Agent H. R. Fausch went
to Holdrege Sunday evening on train
17 to spend a couplo of days attend
ing to matters in connection with Ws
Conductor G. L. Ellis on the Hast
ings passenger is laying off for a few
days. During his absence Conductor
C. 0. Wood of Oxford is taking his
For Selo: Registered Hampshire
llrood Sows ard flilts, at reasonable
priceh 75 head to'ploU" from. mile
cast of Cowles cemetery Waller
W. A. Kent left for St. Francis,
Kansas, Wednesday morning where he
will work in the future, he having
accepted a position with the Farmers'
Union at that place.
Mrs. W. H. French leturnod home
Tuesday morning on train 16 after
spending the past couple of weeks in
Miss li'bba Gregerscn went to .uin-dc-n
Friday evening on tra'n 17 to
spend a couple of days visiting with
R. P. Wcesner leturued home Thur.-.
day evening after spending the past
few day-, in Ontilia intending t" busi
Mra. Mary Sutton went to Orleans
Fr'day evening where she will .spend
a fow days visiting with her daughter,
Mrs. J o 1'Oiry.
Mis. Elis&roth Eldrito went to
Blue Hill Thursday morning on train
'1 for a few days vUit there with rel
atives and friend.
State Tieasuter C, D. Robin ion and
wife and (laughters spent the last of
the week here with their daiif-Mer,
Mrs. Oliver Powell.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kralick arrived
here 'Friday evening irorr Omaha to
spend a few days visiting with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs, Tom Kralick
and with other lclntivcs
Mr. and Mrs. Staucer Amuck re
turned home Wednesday fiom Selden,
Kansas, where they have been spend
ing tho p-st few weeks visiting with
is brother, Lester Amack.
went to Eckley, Colo
evening whcio he will
rado, Frid iv
work for a few days as telegraph
operator ho taking the place of one of
tho regular men who is nick.
Mrs. George Osborne returned to
her home at Cowles S. tunliy morn
ing after spending a couple of days
here vis'ting with her ister, Mrs
Paul McDowell Mid family.
Geotgo Topham arrived here ftont
Laramie, Wyoming, Saturday he be
ing called by the sudden death of his
father Joseph Topham.
C. IJ. Stcwaid arrived home Sunday
morning on train 10 for n few days
visit with his family and to attend to
some h'tsincss matters,
Wc have just boujjht a tremendous
slock of Army Munson last shoes to be
sold to the public direct.
These shoes arc 100 per cent solid
leather with heavy double soles sewed
and nailed, The uppcis are of heavy
tan chrome leather with bellows tongue,
thereby making them waterproof. These
shoes aie selling very fast and we ad
A'lse you to order at once to insure your
order being filled,
The sucs"are 6 to 11 all widths; Pay
Postman on receipt of goods or send
money order. Money refunded if shoes
arc not satisfactory..
144! Broadway,New York City
M. A. Albright went to Lutein Wed
ucsday morning to spend a few days
attending to business matters and to
visit with his daughter, Miss Helen,
who s attending the Universitv.
Miss Josephine Davis went to Su
perior Saturday morning on train 1(5
to spend a couple of days visiting
with her parents, returning to her
school work here Sunday evening.
Two carloads of hogs to Kansas
City one carload of cattle to Kansas
City, one car of lngs and one car of
cattle to St. Joe comprised the stock
shipments from heie Tuesday morning.
Ror.diuu.stcr Phillip Traut returned
heme Tuesday morning on train 11
from Loveland, Colorado, whore ho
has been visiting at tho home of his
btother and with relatives in Chey
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dorr of Ulcdon
left for Gentry, Arkansas, Sunday
morning on train 1 1. They intend
spending the winter there with her
parets, Mr. and Jin, Walter .Cox Svho
live near that cit
Mrs Norr's went to Omaha Friday
morning on train ! after i-ovcral
weeks visit herrt vitlfher daughter,
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THP II C CTADCC tn '".? ivereu uoon. Mrs. t;oon ac-
AVd j -Ar v?v 7, r,paaW to oAa,m for a few
By DOUGLAS MALLOCH
think we think
That men are evil, women wrong,
The rich dishonest riches clutch
And have no love of smile or solid
For I have found that all aloiiK
The way of life the roses bloom,
'Hint men are kind and women koixI
And there Is much of brotherhood
To riiM the load and light the gloom.
Mow hai'il the hill, how dark the night,
However toll my limbs would tire,
I nlwuys found a caudle llgnt
That led me to a waiting tire
However great their own desire,
Men liml the heart to think of mine,
S'oiue word of brotherhood to Bay
To keep lay feet upon tho way,
To set beside the rond a sign.
Bellcu' that men nro good, believe
That women nil arc sweet and fair,
The world will comfort when you grlove
And when you sorrow It will care.
That there Is kindness everywhere;
But, brotherhood fo understand.
To find new courage when you fear,
The aong to lift, the smile to chcor,
Yon tinipt at least stretch out your
(It by McClut Newtptptr 8yndlC4t.)
H' i .1 ! I ..
By F. A. WALKER
DO NOT LOSE HOPE
when the days
and troubles roll
In upon you like the storming waves
of the sea, trying their best to over
whelm you, Hiinny-fuced Hope is hover
ing near reudy to rescue ou at your
Thousands of weary souls on the
threshold of discouragement, about to
yield to the crushing weight of their
burdens, have at the last moment res
lolutcly resolved to Mnnd up nnd mako
a new light.
This i isolation is perhaps the most
trying hour of their lives, marking
the turning point In their careers.
They found a new courage which
'carried them on and on, carrying them
safely through tholr hardest battles,
'where they fought Inch by Inch until
the shout of victory stirred their
heurts, warmed their blood and cleared
The development of Eleanor Board
man as a "movie" etar has attracted
much attention. From about 2,000
girls she was chosen a very short time
ago by a leading producer who wai
seeking material for film work. Do.
Ing her first small part to the satisfac
tion of the producer she was rapidly
given more important parts until she
r:v ha reached stardom
Omaha. Juvenile Judge W. Q.
Sears, congressman-elect, Homer
StuntK, Methodist bishop, nnil Ernest
Vincent Shnyler, KpNi-opal bMtop of
ebrasl,a, yesterday endorsed thu
work of the Nebraska Children's so.
clety and the campaign of the society
for $10,000 with which to erect a new
Following itie the endorsements:
"I have been nriiualnieil with thu
work of tho Children's Home society
In this state and of the supervising
work therein of Rev. It. B. Rails, Its
superintendent. Thl orgiiui.utloii is
doing an etens(. thai-Ruble work
that rcii'lies out In lis aethlth'S nnd
fills a much neitlcd Held of anivliy;
it belli- children and families and
henellts both. I commend the society
and Um workings and Its superintend
ent to the people of Omaha and this
state. It Is an orgiiulutlou well
worthy of support of our people.
"Very tespect fully,
'V. (S. Sears."
Visions and dreamed
"nearly commendations of the work
of the . Nebraska Children's Home
society : '
"Death, divorce and other forces
work against tons of thousands of
helpless children. Homeless and
friendless, they heioine liabilities in
the social total when Coil intended
each of them to be an Invaluable
asel. Your woik helps keep the
ashcis where Cod and humanity need
them. Count on me for nn.v aid I can
render to the underprivileged child
nnd IIiiim. who are setting Ids feet
in a right road.
"Yours lor futuie citizenship,
'Homer C. Sliintz."
spirit of faith.
They saw new
They had .strength of their own In
stead of that burrowed from others,
which through adversity they soon
learned how to use to advantage.
Such are the men and women who
today are making a belter world for
There Is nothing too big for them to
undertake, no load too heavy for them
to curry, no troublesome hills over
which the.v cannot blaze an easy path
for the less conlhlent to follow.
Leaders In their choi-n fields of
labor, llie.v lake part In the boldest
ami noblest adventures, never growing
weary of well-doing, never faltering
by the wi,vlde, never declining to
lend a helping hand to the earnest,
struggling in their llrst efioit.
They think, plan, organize, achieve
and create, while (hose without hope,
hesllale. draw back, afi.ibl to stop up
In the clearer. Invigorating air and
wage ihe bniile with alert brains, hard,
slnewv nrnis. nnd hearts unafraid.
The.v turn stubborn dllhVultios Into
willing sen ,'iils, surmount Impending
obstacles write their names on the
eternal skies, and call liMil.v to the.
new generallviis to gird their armor,
accept Hope as iholr captain until the
end of their ila.vs
CO, 192J. li) Mi Clure Nfnla r Symtitat )
Has Anyone Laughed
"It Is lnipoMhlo to overesiimai
the value of our society. Today
homes are shattered- marriages dis
solveddeaths make de-ohue, and the
children suffer, and parentlcss, home
less, loveless, their pitiable plight
challenges e.very nieiclful person.
Then witli help comes restoration
home and lovo and life. .M.t.v you
find many fellow workers to bring
about these desired results.
"Ernest Vincent Sluijler."
days visit with friends.
"The icspoiiM n to dflle has been
wonderful," said .lodge Charles (loss,
picsldcnt-of the society.
The (inupalgn in t It Is. cuuuly will
be launched Murcli IS.
You get to your Job early and
Haven't Jon often given theso
laughers the eeuse that you
"(jet ill euily, aiijhow," that
"you like to gel down before
Ihe crowds," "that ou like the
olllce when It's ipilelV"
Haven't llie.v said that .vou
"wanted to be teacher's pet,"
that .vou were in, lug to gel "In
strong V" Haven't yon hated their
Suppose all Ihese things that
you tell them are true, why not
tell them the rest?
No one ever amounted to a
row of beans t liar doesn't like
his Job well enough to eomo
early and stay late. The time
dock never .vet ticked oil" a suc
cessful man or woman. Work
ing on lick often Interrupts a
timeless lilt of work. Let them
laugh; It Is a Jxlly accompanl-
IIKllt to JOIir successful flight I
Your get-away here Is:
Fall and the World neglects you;
Succeed, and you never lack for
0 ty MfcPliirr ni3iit sjmllctttfO i
OUR PRICES MEAN
Buying your Grocery needs here brings
more than a momentary saving. It
brings a saving in health and strength
as well as added values in energy.
Purity is the watchword of this store.
All the food-stuffs we handle must be
measured up to our high standard of
quality or they do not reach our shelves.
P. A. WULLBRANDT
Groceries and Queensware
HOI'm: a: ."K" . TOJj?
Duroc Hog Sale
WE WILL, SBL.L. ON OUR FARM
4MILESS.W. CLAY CENTER,
5 MILES NORTH, FAIRFILX)
MONDAY, MARCH 12
50 HEAD BREDIG1LTS & YEARLINGS
There will also be a few with litter at side
The offering is bred to SENSATION GIANT and
FASHION LEADER. There will also be a few
sows bred to ORION TOP COL. A few out
standing fall boara will be included . in the
This will be your opportunity to secure breed
ing stock at reasonable prices.
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Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one. Thrift and saving is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you to take advantage of this sav
ings idea and make this your banking home with your
savingsno matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and we are for both. Bank ,vith
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to beepmc
a customer cf this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
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WE ARE SHOWING
HATS & CAPS
See our Display in our South Window.
New Stetson Blocks in the New Spring Shades.
WE HAVE ALSO RECEIVED MANY NEWi
FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN
SEE THE NEW SPOR
The Cowden-Kaley Clo. Cqj.
See the Basket Ball Game Tomorrow Nighi and
Help the Team Pay Their Way to Lincoln