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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, 0H1EP
We ate now prepared to give reason
able terms on both New aud Used Cars
pnyable monthly or in a lump sum.
, IS M K K M K M K K K K K It K W
AS TOLD TO US
.1. S. L. Thomas is driving a new
Benjamin Tatro of Red Coud am;
Nova Wonel of Edgar were united
in maniage by Judge Ranncy, Tues
day. Scoutmaster, Jesse Wagoner and
seveial boy scouts fioni Hastings aio
enjoying nn outing at tic river this
Mrs. Maude Renfro was a passen
ger to Crawford Thursday morning
where .she will spend a few weeks
visiting with relatives.
C. S. Romincwns In Omaha
first of the week. '
Mrs. II. R. Childress and children
Mrs. John Toj'hnm and children
went to Wray, Colorado, Saturday
evening on train 17 to spend a few
days visiting with relatives.
went to Hastings Thursday morning
Hcrt Leonard of Inavale
town Monday afternoon. .
to spend a few days visiting with id
M0Vi2ftB YELLOW PENCIL KimfArCrr.CMAO0TtXNTFJlsl
0 nuitHfiQ RED BAND made Br I
tTArr c ncArt rs acu srnrit o .V, the largest PNaLFACT0PY "V
. -j cAGLtPcNCL CO. NEWYORCUSA T JN 7HE w f
Harold Moranvllle was a p'assengci
to Superior Monday morning.
Kev. and Mrs. Hardman of Arapa
hoe were in the city Mommy.
Art Nelson was in Mindcn doing
some plumbing work this week.
Gcrhaidt Olmstcde of Guide Hock
was in the city the first of the week.
Miss Anno Kanncy was a passenger
to Blue Hill Wednesday morning.
Roscoe Fulton went to Grand Is
land Thursday morning on train 4.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Robinson were
passengers to Lincoln Thursday morn
Hcib Ludlow, Bert Hatfield and
Sam Beck wcic in Hastings Wednesday.
..It. P. Wccsner is in Oma:ia lor a
few days attending to business matters.
Base Ball game at Inavale, Sun
day, July 22, 3 p. m., Dcllalre vs Inavale.
Mrs. Minnie Throckmorton was a
passenger to Albia, Iowa, Tuesday
Ed Fcarn and son, Glen, of Wil
cox srent Sunday with relatives in
Mis. T. A. McMurray was a pas
senger to Wynioie Thursday morning
on train 10.
Attorney and Mrs. K. G. Caldwc 1
ae tho pai cats of a ba:v girl born
Two carloads of hogs were shipped
.-from lieio .Sunday morning to the
Kansas City market.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wright of He
bron spent the weekend with l da
tive.1, and friends hcie
Three carloads of hogs wcie ship
ped from here to the Kansas City
market Tuesday morning.
Mrs. CLra Smith autocd to Guide
Hock Sunday evening to ?pciid a short
,timc visiting with friends.
Chas. Ilintcr of InavaTO, who has
been on tho sick list for some time,
was in the citv this week.
Attorney D. H. Gardner or Los
Angeles, Cn'ifornia, was the guest of
his cousin, D. II. Larrick and wife,
Robt. Knowlcs and son, tiiiffith of
MoCook spent a few hours in this
city Monday, going to McCoo'k on No.
17 that evening.
The remains of J. 0. I'olter arrived
hero on No. 10 from Denver Wednes
day morning. Interment was made
in the afternoon.
Dale Dickson returned to Superior
Monday morning after spending sun-
day here visiting with bis father, Ed
Dickson and family.
The State Bank of Bloomington
was robbed Monday night. The yeggs
secured $1,300 in silver and bonds of
WANTED Married man to man
age and work or. large stoc:: farm,
must be capable and good worker.
Inquire at this office.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wiggins were
passengers to Superior Monday mom
ing where they will spend a few days
visiting with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rickerson and
children went to Orleans Sunday
morning to spend the day there visit
ing with her parents.
Har'nn T. Killough and Bertha M.
Dalton of Guide Hock worn married
by Judge Ranncy Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fri.sbio and
Miss Verna Trine went to Lincoln
Sunday to spend a few oays.
John Drake was taken to Hastings
Wednesday where he unrierwen: an
operation for appendicitis today.
Mrs. II. L. Norris of Grand Island
was a passenger from here to that
city Saturday morning on train ;.
Mrs. Win, Andree and children re
turned to their home at Hot Springs,
South Dakota, Thursday morning on
train No. 4 after spending the past
few days here at the W. J. Linn home.
Mrs. Louise Kctchum went to Lin
coln Thursday morning she being
called by the death of her brother,
G. W. Bates. Mr. Bates has been
city engineer in Lincoln for tho past
The Guide Rock and Inavale ball
teams pulled off one of the best
games of the season tnat has ticen
played at Inavale. The g;ime went
eleven innings and was won ty Guide
Rock by a score of -I to a.
FOR WESTERN LAND
GG1 acres six miles out. One of
the best equipped farms in Os
borne county, Kans. 215 acres
cultivated, 55 in alfalfa, balance
pasture and oak timber. The
buildings on the farm arc worth
515,000. 200 ton silo. Price
$40,000, mortgaged $13,000. want
S5.000 cash. Wil take 522,000
in Western1 land.
L. E. WOODWARD
of a LifeOflffi
Glacier National Park
The Low Cost of the Trip
Will Surprise You
Up there in the Northern Roekres
there are fifteen hundred square
miles of breathing room loafing
space; great forests, sparkling
streams, filmy waterfalls, exquisite
mountain lakes, slow-moving glaciers
cloud-swept mountain peaks and
myriads of many-hucd wild flowers.
Go this summer and refresh your
iioul! To breathe the breezes, quick
ened by the glaciers, flavored by the
mountains and dtrGi'.nw and per
fumed by the pines and flowers Is
an experience you never will forget.
Where mountain sheep pose on tne
edge of space you will find mammoth
rustic inns. Where the Blackfeet
Indians pitch their tepees among t?ic
pointed peaks you'll find cozy Al
If you arc a fisherman, there arc
trout to battle with. If you nrc a
hiker, there are sky-lino trails to fol
low. If you love to ride, mountain
ponies will carry you along the Con
tinental Divide, the Backbone of this
Continent. If you like to row, there
arc waters to explore. If you prerer
to camp, there are screes of ideal
spots on tho shores of glinting lakes.
Tito chalets (little hotel villages in
the mountains) are delightful tarry
ing places. More elaborate accommo
dations arc provided at the inns.
Tho whole service scheme In Gla
cier blends completely with the dic
tates of your fancy. Better go this
summer. 'Twill do you a world of
Burlington service takes you direct
You can continue on to tlie Pacific
Northwest and return via Yellowstone
and Colorado if you wish.
As this is National Travel West
year, 1 suggest that you make reser
vations early and avoid trio possihili
ty of disappointment.
Mrs. Ellen Kent went to Manzan
ola, Colorado, Saturday evening where
she will spend a few weeks visiting
at the home of her son. Louis Kent.
Mrs. I. D. Hewitt returnee to this
city Friday morr.'ng on train 15 from
Lincoln where she hnd spent the past
two weeks visiting witli 'tier mother.
The Misses Rncheal am Juliette
Wcesner went to Lincoln last Satur
day to spend a few days visiting witli
their aunt, Mrs. Guy Zeiglor and fain
Ben Copley, Wallace Saladen nnd
Chet Shiglcy went to Omaiia Mon
day evening to drive baci; rord cars
for the Smith Bros. & Copley garage.
Wm. Fincher returned home Thurs
day evening from Burbank Oklahoma,
where he has been for the past week
visiting with his brother, Jack and
County Attorney Howaicl Foe went
to Guide Rock Wednesday morning on
train 16 to spend the day attendirg
to matters in connection w'th his
County Attorney Howard Foe went
to Hastings Thmsday mornrng on
train ! accompanying Mrs. Fee and
baby back from there tha: evening on
Mr. John Schnell and cifldien left
for Hudson, Colorado, Saturday even
ing on No. 17 near which pace they
will spend a few weeks v;slt;n witli
Now that warm weather
here you will need
COOL WASH DRESSES
Have a Large Line in the
READY MADE OR PIECE GOODS
If you prefer the Piece Goods we have All Kinds
VOILES PRINTED FLAX1NS DIMINITIES CPEPES
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Mr. and Mra. Harvey Ulcitcrson and
children returned homo Tuesday morn
ing on No. 115 after spending the pat
three days hi Orleans visiting with
her parent. "
Ca 1 L. Ga ol Hasfntr pc .c 1 a
now battery st tio- tod. y ,p tho n . ,
iart of Ii. A. Sitt"tn' garage T. !.-
new cnfprjT'sc nil' bp lcovi a rc
Red fllcud Hatter;' Seivice Station.
Mrs. II. Ludlow went to Guide Kock
Tuesday morning to spend the day
visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Paul
Newhousc and family, returning home
George Dclph arrived home from
Superior Saturday evening on No. 17
to spend Sunday with his r.unlly. He
has been working in Supcrror ror the
past .several weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Harris and
daughter were passengers to Hast
ings Saturday morning where they
spent the day, returning home that
evening on No. 11.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hincs drove
up from Wymore Saturday to .spend a
couple of days visiting with her par
ents.TMr. and Mrs. Frank Ailen and
with other relatives.
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w 10 '.. m ,&
Ba.sc Ball game at Inavale. Sun
day, July 22, ." p. m., Bcliairc vs Ina
J yjr 4 -
fcuwv.xiu3zccazc3uczr? itt-'Attuctrr jrnaattr.
.Miss Margaret Dick, on arrived
here Sunday morning f:om Kansas
City, where she has been working for
the past year, to spend a few weeks
with her father, Ed D'ckson and fain
Miss Ze'la TovJoi- returned to hor
home in Chicago Tucciay morning on
No. 4 after spending the past month
here visiting witli her sister, Mrs.
Miner Sherwood and fain'ly and with
N. B. BUSH,
Mrs. Ruth Gunn arrived Here Sat
urday morning on, No. 1C from Den
ver, Colorado, to spend a couple of
weeks here at the home oi her sister,
Mrs. Mildred Amnck.
John Sells returned home Saturday
evening from Lincoln wncre nc lias
been spending the past couple of days
attending a meeting held there by Bur
lington cur repairers.
The stock run through ncrc consist
ed of one hundred and forty two cars
of stock for the Missouri river mar
kets Sunday morning. They were
handled in three trains.
.Miss Blanche Pope returned to
Archer Friday morning after spend
ing the past few weeks here visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Pope and with friends.
Roundhouse Foreman J. W. Ilauck,
returned home Wednesday morning
on No. 14 from McCook where he has
been attending a meeting held liicrc
by Burlington employees.
Rev. J. M. Bates and daughter, Mrs
Louise Kctchum, returnee! home srt
day evening from Lincoln where thoy
wore called by the death of tho son
and brother, G. W. Bate:
Mrs II. K. McFarland and children
went to Denver Sunday morning on
No. 15 where they will spend the bal
ance of the summer visiting with his
mother, who lives in that city.".
Mrs. CI Ii. Crone was n passenger
to Hastings Monday mornrng on No.
4 after spending the past row days
here visiting at tho home of her
daughter, Mrs. Frank Peterson and
wWe Have Decided to Close Out our Stock of
SewalFs Chemically Pure Mixed Paints
And will sell at the following prices forstock(on hand
Outside White, per gal $3.35
Colors, except 214-216 and 250, per gal.$2.25
Interior Flat Finish, per gal 52.75
Iron Clad Barn Paint, per gal $1.50
Now is the chance to get the Best Paint
at a low price.
CHAS. L. COTTINC, t... Drur,n
S- " s
Base Ball game at Inavale. Sun
day, July 22, 3 j). 111., BcIIalre vs Inn
Miss Adalinc Mauley wen: to Hast
ings Saturday niorn'ng wicrc slie in
tended making a short visit with
friends before returning to her work
in Omaha. She ha., been spending
the past ten days here visiting witli
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i NOT SO EASY
i It Isn't Prlntlna and Distributed Diplomas That Creatco Knowledra
1 Nelthor Will Prlntlno and Distributing Paper Money Create Wealth. Botn
Require Real Work. "
, uuck it a Sure way.
i "It alu' no suou" klekln' at yo' luck,'
said Cliarconl Eph, In a mooil. ''All yo
got t Uo in dls,,h.var woii ain w(rp yo'
Ongahs aroun'.a'plck un'iiiug an' diB.''':
( Richmond Tlmes-DIspatcb.
A (Slncnr of Spring.
Tht song span-ow Is one of our most
Moved musicians or spring, siTys Na
ture Magazine. Mnnv blrrti sllitr In n
reaniywayj not so tho p-ng sparrow.
tie puts ins wliole heart into the sonj.