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AS TOLD TO US
Mr. and Mw, 0. S. Glciiwm spent
T lie- ia- in Hasting.'.
Several of the farmers commenced
shucking coin th's week.
Bigger and better, Hell's Half Air.
November S, 9. and J Otli
G. K. McCrary viw down from
Innvale .Monday afternoon.
Etl Gilbert vct.:n.ed lioinc t. o luRt
of the week noni Lincoln
!. J. S. P.:!.:
(Hllou bui't to he
e in li i. '.iff an ad-iC!.'dc.u.
E, J. Ovcrl.uK J i.
to Lincoln Momlny
p.1 - enter
Mrs. Joe Topliam wa. u p.s-ongor
; Hastings Ti.esday mornin;;.
J. h. Kn'ght v.. a j.a.s engror to
Ayr Thursday morning on train 1.
Acre, November 8, 0
Mrs. A. W. Murnahati and children
were passengers to Chester Sunday
morning on No. 1C.
Cull Duy of Norn, Nebr., Is claiming
Movumder G as bis sale date for Duroc
Jersey Hogs. Wutcli for ud.
K. H. Newhotisc went to Yoik the
fiist of the week to attend tiic Giand
Encampment of the I. 0. 0. F.
Atttiiiicy V. J. Munday went to
I'nrcln Tv.c.(l:iy evening where he
had a case ponding in the Supreme
Mi. and Mrs Fred HetvierxMi
departed Monday, via nuto "for TuNu
Oklahoma, whero they will l.Jt toia-iies.
Mr II. A. Willlnnv returned to
hei home In Omaha alter spending
the past several weeks liere visiting
Adolph Goth was a pas.senger
Inavalc Saturday evening on No. 17,
We uie now pi turned to givo reason
able tonus on both Now and lKcl ('nr.s
j payable monthly or in a lump stun.
l() Ogluvle lirch
Goidon Hamilton icturncd lnmc
the first of the week from Ticn'on.
Miv. K. Hoby , of Nelson spent
Thursday attending to business mat
tors, returning to her Tiome In the
evening, via auto.
Wm. Harris was a tms-seger to
Hastings Saturday morning on train
Mrs. Robert McHride went to Hast
ings Wednesday morning io spend the
Mr. and Mrs. Will
lvoved into the George
Rny Oglevie went to York TueJay
to attend the I. 0. O K. Grand
Frank Peterson and Earl Hall at
tended the Gun Club shoot at Super
E.- L. Kingerly arrived here from
Denver the latter part of the week.
He will work for the Burlington in
the roundhouse here as machinist.
I can make farm lomis In Webster,
Franklin, Jewell nnd Smith counties
nt positively the lowest rate, best terms
and opt on offurcd J II. UAILEY.
Mr. and Mrs Gus Wiggins went to
Guide Hock Sunday morning to spend
the day with friends. They returned
home in the evening.
Grandma Schultz went to McCook
Tuesday morning after spending a
few days here with Mrs. G. A.
rjchultz and eh'ldien
Dr. and Mr.? E. A. Creighton re
turned homo Monday morning from
Kansrs City wheie they have been
spending the past weik .
C. M. Funk returned to Superior
Tuesday morning on train 1G after
a couple of days vir.it here at the
home of Mrs H. Hummell.
County Engineer, Geoi(ge Over
ing went to Omaha Friday moining
on train JG to spend a few days at
tending to business matters.
Mrs. Carl Jernberg and baby re
turned to their homo in Akron, Colo
rado, Monday evening on No. 17. She
has been spending the past two
weeks at the P. A. Jernncrg home
and with other relative.
THURSDAY, OCT. frtllll
NOT A MOVING PICTURE (Road Show)
30 PEOPLE 25 JUIft
E. J. CARPENTER OFFERS
GEORGE MS MAN US' CARTOON MUSICAL COMEDY
T bp Mg
If MUSTU TMRR1BLS TO iff iuHD"
Bevy Bobbcdh aired Broadway beauties ,.
SEATS ON SALE AT THFATRE. SATURDAY
Prices including tax $1,10, 83c, 55c
NOTE: This is the same company that played
Linqpln, Kansas City, Hastings, etc.
Mr. John Foster Is seriously III at
P A. Wtillbratidt
wns In Pawnee
LOST Two riiiKS, one class ring
II. H. S. '21 on ring, ItilUuls K. II. on
graved on liiblde. Also Kcntluinuu'a
ring with squmo ruby set. Lfternl re
wnrd. V. h. Wntklns at Chief olllec.
Dick Vipond, cream tester at the
Farmers' Union store, is enjoying a
vacation this week.
l'cv. (J. G. Nelson va? .-. passen
ger to Waco, Saturday r.ioiiting. Ho
intends going on to Chicago for a
few iLiy? bofoie returning uome.
Joe Grow of Kc.n'bl'iwi tvty av
uvod here V.'edneday mo -niiig on
train 1G to spend the diiy with rela
tives nnd cllondng to fni inea matters.
?l-. V. G. Tttrnuio woiit to Oenvor,
Colorado, Tuesday cvonicj,- where she
will spend it few days vi iling with
her daughter .Mrs. Kenneth Wilson
Ed Lewis went to Denver, Colorado
Wednesday evening on train 17 where
ho will spend a few days buying cat
tle to feed on his farm near here
Mrs. Hassinger, who has been
spending the past several months
with her daughter at Hastings ar
rived in the city Tuesday evening to
spend a few days.
Mrs. M. N. Hayes returend to her
home in iCJhicago Heights, Illinois,
Monday morning on train -1 after
spending the past few weeks here
visiting with friend.
Ait Gilbert and W. Wallgren were
in Mankato, Kansas, Saturday vl1er2
the latter played ball with the
Mankato team, they defecting Su
perior by a score of G to 9.
Mrs. Herman Gragcrt wont to
Grand Island Friday morning on
train -I after spending the past few
days here visiting with her sister,
Mrs. II. Nuerbcrg and family.
Mrs. Iloman Pate and children, ar
rived here the first of the week from
their home in Ludcll, Kansas, to
spend a few days visiting wtthU'her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Clark
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lippincott
left via auto, Friday morning' for
Sorcsco, where they will spend " a
couple of wejeks visiting their daugh
ter, AU.Wniv Noyes and famly.
Mr nnd Mrs. Jessie Hamilton re
turned home Friday from Springfield
Missouri, where they have been spend
ing the past two weeks visiting-with
relatives. They traveled via auto.
Mrs- James Tanquary and little
boy arrived here Friday morning on
train 16 from their home in Republi
can to spend a couple or days at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. II Ludlow.
Mrs. Effie M. Dacker of Los An
geles, California, went to Knnsas
City, Missouri, Wednesday morning
on No. 14 after spending the past
few days here visiting with friends.
Mrs. George Oxborno returned to
her home in Cowlcs Wednesday
morning after spending the past
couple of days here visiting with her
sister, Mrs. Paul McDowell nnd fam
Mr. and Mrs. Qecil Harrett and
children returned to their home In
Superior Monday morning on train
14 after spending Suduy here with
his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Newhouse
and children were passengers to Guide
Rock Sunday morning where they
spent the day visiting with his broth
er, Paul and fnmily, returning home
that evening. f
Mrs. Burgess who has been here
visiting with her daughter, Mrs. N.
B. Bush and family for the past two
weeks, went to Oxford Thursday
morning on No. 15 for a s,hort visit
Under New HanafteMent
Ifi you have never known Uj&;
satisfaction of having your Lauu
dry 'work done by us, now is a
good time to try it.
Phone us and our wagon will cajl.
We do Ruff Dry Finish
and Wet Wash
Ray Gard .
' ji ii ii 1 w.i in 111 mtmmmmmm nBMHHMaRMIIa
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October 22 to 27
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You will FEEL, as well as LOOK younger in a
SEE THEM TODAY
THEY RANGE IN PRICE FROM
$7 to $6
OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
Dr.R. V. Nicholson
Is The Place!
To Buy Wall Paper. Paints,
And Electrical Supplies.
Tho jbest place for Picture
Geo. W. Hutchison
Real Estate Farm Loans
Red Cloud, :-: Nebr.
Dr. W. Guy Gillette
U - MFlW fl f n H 1 m A t ' ' r