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A. B. McARTHUR, Editor and Owner
Get your Auto Tops and Curtains
Fixed Up for Cold Weather
All Kinds of New Tops put on-Priced Right
LEE R. WALKER
Harness and Saddlery 2 Doors South ol Farmers Union.
Foreign, per column Inch 15c
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LOCAL ITEMS OF
THIRTY YEARS AGO
ELEGANT MODELS FOR FALL
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Bell Phone 29 :- Ind. Phone 12
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that wo 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
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and wo are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
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The I. T. Amack Undertaking Co.
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Best Service to Other Mean Reel Happlneee to Ourselves.
BOTH PHONES RED CLOUD, NEB
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P. W. Shea Is in St Joe this week.
TJmd MoNttt left for Lincoln, Wed
ncsday. The court hotiso litis been nicely
puinted and piipered,
Al. Galushu and family go to Chicago
Wtu, Fisher of Pairbtiry, Neb , Is In
this city this week looking up a loca
tion. A. M Wallace was In the city thjs
Robt. Potter has been nppolnted a
notury public by the governor.
A little child of Cbas. Curacy's died
last Tuesday and was buried Wednes
day. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hell left for the
east on Friday, he to attend the O. A.
R. cucapmcut at Iudianapolis,andthey
will visit the world's fair before they
20 YEARS AGO
J. O. Uutler is in Iowa this week,
Bert Hatfield is cooking at the Bon
Miss Viola Swart, is visiting in
Warren Longtin spent Sunday in
Dave Ivaley took in tlio stato fair'
County Treasurer MeCinry is in Lin
coin thli week.
A. O. llauticv of U I m; Hill was in
town this week. "
Mis Hugh Miner and children :nc
visiting in Moulder, Colo.
Kil Oilhud left Monday for his home
in Nnponce, owing to poor health.
County Clerk K S. Uurbcr left Mon
day lor Lincoln to attend the state
The coat dress and the long line models again lead the apparel pro
menade for fall. Much stress has been put on the designing of these new
frocks and they are truly garments of beauty. The assortment is great in
these materials and the demand is also great.
Are the Canton Crepe and Satin
Crepe Fabrics which give the
lustrious appearance so desir
able in the frocks this season.
There are Black, Navy, Brown
and Sand. These are the colors
so much in demand at present.
The trimmings make the frock, no doubt, and these are trimmed with
lace, pleatings, braids, buttons and fabrics in contrasting shades. At your
earliest convenience make your selection for your own satisfaction in get
ting just what you want.
ONE PRICE TO HLL
WE GIVE S. & H. GREEN TRADING STAMPS
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10 YKARS AGO
COMFORT for it means a cool kitchen.
Economy for it wastes no fuel. You burn
kerosene oil only when you need it. Efficiency
for a Florence Oil Stove is easy and quick of
operation and every bit of heat is concentrated
close under the cooking.
Come in and let our salesmen show its many
We Give S. & H. Green Savings Stamps With All Cash
Trine's Hardware Store
Mlts Annii Gilliam was u Cowley
Dr. D. (. Plumb left Monday morn
ing for Moston where he will practice
Uoone Saunders left Monday for
Millings, Montana, to attend to busi
Bruce Qcckwith of Racine, Wiscon
sin, arrived on Friday to visit with his
mother and sister.
Qeorge Pope and wife left this morn,
lng for Osakis, Minnesota, for a visit
Fred Hedge lost a stack of alfalfa
containing 25 ton on Monday evening
the stack being ignited by lightning.
John Yost, Harry Btroup, Fritz
Moede and Orris Matkins left yester
day for Lincoln via the auto route to
take in the fair.
Miss Vernon Storey who has spent
the past few months in Europe and
other foreigu countries has returned
Lowell Robbins left Tuesday morn
ing for Central City where he has ac
oepted a position in his chosen pio.
fesslon, that of marble cutting.
Sid Longtin left for his home at
Great Falls, Montana, Saturday night
after spending a couple of weeks In
this city where he was called by the
death of his mother.
Miss Laura Hedge departed for
Franklin, Sunday evening, where she
has been engaged as one of the teach
ers at the academy.
Mrs. R. W. Koontz and daughter re.
turned Tuesday from Long Reach,
California, where they have been the
past few inontli6, going there for the
benefit of Mrs. Koontz'a health.
Frank Cowden returued Friday
eveuiug from eastern markets where
he purchased a complete line of fall
and winter goods for the popular gents
outfitting emporium The Cowden.
Kaley Clothing Company.
Frank Elllngcr, Haney Rickersou,
Aaron Hedge and Frank Abel spent
Sunday evening In Campbell Wheth
cr tho boys went to gaze at the tall
buildings and enjoy a few street car
rides, or whether they went for just
the pleuBiiro of hpending u few horns
, with some fair niuidons wo have- been
unablo to learn
Blue Hill Boy Wins Medal
A Whstni county lny, Allied S jiii
iiiuiHmIiI of B'ik- 11 hi won the K'il I
iiK'.lul 'n tlie ShoivtnanN ehu-3 in tho
cuttle division of Hoys' iiurl (iirN i-lub
competition hi t'it Nebraska st.ito f.iir
Paul Stuekuy of Lexinutou was sec
ond, Frank Toelle of West Point wns
third, .Mildred Simmons of Albion
ranked touilh and Gerald Cheiry of
Laurel got fifth. Tweutj Ave boys and
girls lined up with their calrcst tshow
Professor 11. J Oramlich, the judg ,
how well they could show their cilvcs.
,'The tlrst boy did a perfect job of
avowing," bHid Piof. Gramlich afer
ttje show. "He had his luifer well
trained and tended to his business
ovary minute." He deserved his place
"4Alfred had never shown his heifer "n
competition before excepting in two
classes at the Thayer county fair lust
week wherd he topped his olass and
won grand championship on his heifer.
That was bis tlrst showing experience.
He has always taken good care of his
calf and has given her a little extra
traiulng for the past few weeks. He
is a member of the Webster county
calf club and has fed his calf eigl t
months. Ho bought her from Henry
Fauech'd herd in the county. She
stood fifth in the club class in the ring,
Mouday. Lincoln State Journal.
und luck TripleU.
The natives of Uurotiielund, In Af
rica, when any of their women bring
triplets into the world, consider the
birth as an Ill-luck omen. One Ii
killed and two are left, tho reason be
ing that the mothtr has only two
"I tell you, my countrymen, that we
can never be the ideal Republic unless
we have great ideals to persue and
know something of the spiritual as
well as of the material life."
Sunday School at ten and report of
Conference and Sermonctt at eleven a.
m. Subject: "The Christian Layman
7t45 p. m., Christian Endeavor. Topi :
"Differcut Forms of Gambling, and
the Evil of It."
8:00 p. m,, 6ermon "Christian Educa
Your presence is a help, and appre
ciated. There were nine present at the par
sonage last Monday evening, and or
ganized a Teacher Training Glass; wltb
Mrs. Nelson as teacher. The lesson
was assigned for next Monday evening,
apd then a discussion of method of
study and other questions was token
up. Others are considering taking up
this work, aud It Is hoped they will de
clde before next meeting so us not to
miss uny lessons. C. fi. Nelson, pastor.
Kred Mandevllle, Deputy United
St'ite9 Marshal, was in the city Wet!
Alva Amack, Yard Hostler, at 0.
ford for tho C B. & Q , was run ovir
and Instanly killed In the yards nt
that place Sunday afternoon. Ho hos
been In the Iturlington service for the
past three years and was the only son
of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Amack of Ox-ford.
Kodak as you go
All roads lead to pictures and
pictures lead to our Kodak counter.
. Finishing service that pleases, and
Kodak Film in any size are here for
Autographic Kodaks $6.50 up.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
SCHAAF & TURNER
Licensed Embalmer in Nebraska and Kansas
Bell 80. - - Ind. 12 Ox
Mrs. Roboit Moore of McCook, who ( Mrs. C. A Sheeley and Mrs. Dale
has been here for the past week visit-1 Montgomery went to Oxford Tucs
ing with her parents, Mi. and Mrs. A. iduy morning on train IB to attend tho
Claik, went to I.iidcll Tue&ihiy mom'
ing for a ihoit visit vit;i her sister,
Mrs. Homan Pate heforc letuining
funeral of AkU Amuck, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Amack of Oxford who
was run over by an engine there Sun