The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936, December 23, 1904, Image 1

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Red Willow Co Farmers Institute
A meeting of farmers und businessmen
was held in the city last Friday night
to organize for the holding of a farmers
institute for Red Willow county in Mc
Cook some time in February C M
Lowelling representing the department
of farmers institutes of the Nebraska
University was present A preliminary
organization was eiFeeted with the fol
lowing officers Prsident W N Rogers
McCook Vice President Stephen
Bollos Box Elder Treasurer W H
Harmon McCook Secretary Lon Cone
McCook Executive Board W T Cole
man II P Waite P Walsh V N
Rogers Stephen Holies
The date set for the holding of the
institut is February 22ud at McCook
The following persons will address the
institute on the topics given O Hull
of Alma will speak on Economic Pork
Production and Alfalfa Culture C
II Hinmau of the Experiment Station
will conline himself to Dairying DrA
T Peters of the Experiment Station dis
cusses Animal Diseases and Their
Treatment Prof T L Lyon has
Beet Culture and Soil Tillage for
his subjects
This institute is for every farmer and
stockman and businessman and citizen
in Red Willow county Talk ic up
write it up keep it up
Standard People Making Contracts
E E Maxon of the Standard Sugar
Beet Co is now in the field making con
tracts for next season and reports suc
Up at llaigler where one man raised
nM tons per acre last season he has al
ready secured contracts for 50 acres
Calls are coming in from the St Fran
cis Kansas neighborhood and they ex
pect to contract a considerable acreage
over there Kansas still pays S100 per
ton bounty for beets of 12 per cent or
Up at Norfolk where the American
people recently dismantled their factory
the Standard people have already con
tracted for 150 acres of beets for next
Altogether the outlook is fairly en
couraging for next season
This seasons acreage totaled about 3
500 acres in this part of the state This
seasons should be increased When
the matter of rotation of crops is under
stood and provided for and the acreage
reaches 4000 to 5000 there is no doubt
that a factory will be located somewhere
in this part of the Republican valley
McCook Ditch Not In It
Superintendent J E Kelley of the Mc
Cook Irrigation and Water Power Ditch
denies that that ditch is involved in the
Leavitt lease of the Culbertson ditch
and we hasten to correct Mr Kelley is
one third owner of the McCook ditch
and asserts that it is the purpose of that
company to conduct the ditch in a neu
tral manner and that it is in no way tied
up with anybody or company but is
open to whosoever will
Mr Kelley announces that the com
pany has been quietly making consider
able improvements and that the ditch
will be in better condition next year
than ever The big flume a few miles
below the headgate has been rebuilt and
enlarged materially and general physical
conditions have been bettered
Retires From The Republican Valley
Having about closed up its business
for the last year the American Sugar
Beet Co of Grand Island Nebraska
has decided to retire from the business
of raising and buying sugar beets in the
Republican valley leaving the field
open to the Standard Sugar Beet Co of
Ames Nebraska They also retire from
the northwestern Kansas field which
will be the more energetically covered by
the Standard people than hitherto The
Platte valley territory has also been
Agreeably divided by the companies
Advertised Letters
The following letters were advertised
by the McCook postoffice Dec 20 1904
Anderson C A Loley James
Chambers Mrs Malicy Nesmith M V
Churn Robert
Cross W H
Becker Mrs Lou
DeHart Mrs Eliza
Doyle James
Ford Pat
Hall J
Kobson T J
Ramey MibS Rose
Smith Mrs Aigio
Sliunk Carl B 2
Stratt W B
Thompson J W
Wallis Mrs M E
Jvooms Kussoil 2
When calling for these letters please
say they were advertised
F M Kimmell Postmaster
We still have a nice line of gift goods to
select from and articles suitable for every
member of the family from baby to
grandpa and grandma
L W McConnell Druggist
Richards Cunningham Wedding
Thursday morning of this week De
ember 22nd 1904 Rev M B Carman
of the Methodist church united in mar
riage Franklin E Richards and Mrs
Alice Cunningham both of our city at
the home of the grooms sister Mrs E
A Light on Monroe Street Mr Rich
ards is in the employ of the company
They will make their home for the pres
ent with Mr Light
Rooms For Rent
Furnace heat At Smith boarding
Mrs L McCoy
Small Base Burner For Sale
Cheap for cash Dr Pratt Dentist
W T Coleman will have a big lino of
buggies and all kinds of farm implements
on display during the Red Willow County
Farmers Institute in February
Dont send away for a sowing machine
when you can beat the price and quality
at W T Colemans
Horse blankets and robes at W T
Mrs J Matz is in Denver this week
Miss Vera Wickwirk is in Red Cloud
C C Northrui is homo for the holi
Mrs W Wallace is visiting relatives
in Hebran
Mrs W S Schenck is visiting in
Denver this week
J S McBrayer and family are in
Denver for awhile
Mrs C II McBride is visiting in
Denver this week
Mrs C L Wick wire is visiting
friends in Red Cloud
Mrs D H Rhodes is visiting relatives
in Miuden this week
Mrs J W Eastman wa3 up from
Oxford Monday on a visit
John Stevens the Hastings lawyer
was hero on business Monday
August Hagoe departed Wednesday
night on No 6 for Grand Island
Mrs Frank Traver will be with his
parents in Lincoln over Christmas
William Rector father of Ben went
down to Superior this week on a visit
Editor and Mrs S R Smith of In
dianola were McCook visitors Monday
William Queen has left the city and
his whereabouts is a mystery to his wife
M C Reynolds the Culbertson drug
gist had business in the burg Wednes
C E Eldred is building a barn on
his residence property on North Main
Mrs George Willetts returned first
of the week from her visit to Sabetha
Mrs Mamie Wright of Kankakee
Illinois is a guest of Mrs Thomas
Miss Mary Harding jntends to spend
the holidays with relatives in Longmont
Miss Kittie Stangland is up from
Lincoln to be home with the folks over
the holidays
J B Meserve went down to Lincoln
Wednesday on business to be gone two
or three days
Mrs C A Baldwin is visiting Omaha
relatives this week and will remain
over Christmas
Mrs J E Beyrer is down from
Pueblo Colorado a guest of her sister
Mrs V H Solliday
Mrs F Berry left Wednesday morn
ing on No 2 to spend Christmas with
her parents in Wilcox Floyd will fol
low later
Mrs II E Lowley has returned from
Wilcox Nebr where she has been
spending a few days with her daughter
Mrs W A Irons
Mrs Anna Roehr arrived from Ellin
wood Kansas last Friday night and is
the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs
A R Clark of the Willow
Miss Ethel Barnett returned Sun
day on 13 from a visit of a few months
with relatives in Chanute Kansas in
the great oil field of southern Kansas
W T Coleman left Tuesday night
for Lincoln and will be absent most of
the week attending the state meeting of
hardware merchants in the state capitol
August Hagge agriculturist for The
American Sugar Beet Co representing
the Grand Island factoryhas been called
in from this field and will shortly leave
for Grand Island
Mr and Mrs Will HiLLEitandRona
of Pawnee City arrived iu the city Wed
nesday night on their way west looking
over the land They are guests of Mr
and Mrs Will Weber
Walter M Pennington The Tri
bunes newsy correspondent at Lebanon
was at the county capitol Wednesday
on business Mrs Pennington and the
baby accompanied him
Mrs D J Killers of Adams Neb
was a guest of her sister Mrs Barney
Hofer first of the week on her way up
to Wauneta to spend the holidays with
her parents Mr and Mrs McCallum
Charlie Northrup will return to
Kansas City Mo after the holidays as
local manager for the Garlock Rubber
Co This is a nice advancement and a
compliment with financial preferment as
Mrs J D Hare Miss Hazel and Mas
ter Max arrived home Wednesday from
Chicago where they have been living
for a number of months while Miss
Hazel has been pursuing her musical
Tom Rorinson came over from Nor
catur Kansas Sunday and remained
over until Tuesday attending the funeral
of the late Mrs M S Calhoun Monday
Tom is in the real estate and newspaper
business and prospering
Mr Stowe formerly of the Auburn
Post but now a gentleman of leisure
was in this part of the state closing days
of last week looking after some real
estate interests he has iu this section
He owns a quarter section on the Drift
wood and a section in the southeast cor
ner of Hayes county
Miss Clara LeIIew who has been
located in Grand Island for several years
has gone to Utica New York where she
has assumed charge of the infant depart
ment in the Ilorae of the Good Shepherd
in that city She has been conducting
a sowing school for the children of
Grand Island for the past two year0 and
will be greatly missed by them
Some bargains at W T Colemans in
second hand heaters
Ico tools at W T Colemans
Deaths Busy Week in McCook
The useful and active life of C B
Rowell closed Tuesday evening of this
week about half past seven oclock
after a short illness with chronic kidney
trouble Deceased has been a resident
of this city for overtwenty -one years
and his name has been synonymous with
sterling integrity and indefatigable ac
tivity Tnough well advanced in years
and in rather feeble health during the
past summer ho has continued his
labors as gardener of the city park which
has been his pride for several years Up
to the timeWhen he drew the drapery
of his couch about him and lay down to
pleaseut dreamshis life was one of use
fulness and honor ne is survived by
his aged wife three sons and onedaugh
ter all of whom wero about him when
the peaceful end came
Funeral services wero conducted at
the home Thursday afternoon of a
simple tender sort as befitted the life
by Rev M B Carman of the Methodist
church after which the remains were
mingled with Mother Earth in Long
view cemetry mucl of whose present
beauty is a monument to his fidelty and
care Many friends paid a last tribute
to the memory of one of our oldest citi
zens by their presence during the cere
All the bereaved ones are remembered
in much tenderness by this community
C B Rowell was born in Athens
county Ohio April lGth 1824 At the
age of fourteen years he went with his
parents to Jackson county Ohio In
1S40 they moved to Pickens county Ohio
Five years later they left Ohio and lo
cated in Burlington Iowa for one year
moving to Wappelo county Iowa in
184G In 1850 bo crossed the plains to
California arriving in the mining dis
trict August 25th After spending four
years travelling through the mining dis
trict ho returned to Decatur county
Iowa in 1854 A year later he was
united in marriage with Sarah A Stan
ley Five children wers born to them
four sons and one daughter Thomas F
Charles C M John FElmer and Mrs
Lillian Warren all of whom survive him
but Charles who died June the 2nd
1895 In 1876 the family took up its
residence in Mt Ayr Iowa from which
place they moved to McCook April
1883 residing here up to his death Dec
ember 20th 1904 John is now a resi
dent oi Boulder Colo Elmer of Max
Nob and Mrs Warren of Ft Morgan
A number of beautiful flora tributes
evinced tender sentiments of relatives
and friends toward the departed
Among the tributes was a pillow of
white brides roses and there was a pro
fusion of pink carnations roses smilax
cut flowers a sheaf of ripe wheat etc
Mrs Margaret S Calhoon died at the
home of her daughter Mrs J R Pence
last Saturday afternoon after an illness
of about twenty four hours Funeral
services were conducted in the Methodist
church Monday afternoon at two oclock
Rev M B Carman officiating Inter
ment followed in Riverview cemetery
many friends following the remains to
their last resting place The floral trib
utes were very handsome
Margaret S Emmonds was born in
Buchanan county Michigan March 7
1S47 Her marriage with W II Calhoon
occurred on the 23rd day of November
1862 Mr and Mrs Calhoon came to
McCook in 1901 his death taking place
within a few months of their arrival
hero Five children survive Frank and
Earl Calhoon Mrs S J Miller Mrs
J R Pence all of our city and Mrs
M A Jackson of Hayes county all of
whom were in attendance at her funeral
Mrs Calhoon became a member of the
Methodist church in early girlhood
Those remaining have the sincerest
sympathy of many friends
We the bereaved children desire to
thank the many friends who wero so
kind to us during the illness and after
the death of our beloved mother Mrs
W II Calhoon May heaven bless and
reward you all
After a brief illness with pneumonia
John Goodenberger died at his home a
few miles south of the city last Friday
He had for years been a sufferer with
rheumatism but pneumonia
Lodge 599 Scores a Success
The boys of McCook lodge No 599
Brotherhood of Railroad Firemen scored
the success of the season in their first
annual ball and banquet Tuesday even
ing their first effort since 1886 being
distinctly a topnotnhor in every par
ticular attondence decorations ban
quet and all other features which unito
in making a notable social affair of that
As to the attendance tho Menard hall
contained all the dancers and lookers on
the hall could comfortably accommo
date It was a jolly well dressed com
pany and the scene was a gay and a
lively one
Tho decorations were the skilful ef
forts of a Denver expert and have per
haps never been equalled in the city
The order colors red white and green
prevailed The side walls were uono in
national flags fan shaped designs there
wero tho scoops and pick tho steam
gunge tho lodge charter hung under a
picture of President RooseveltBLF
was done in red white and green
lights on the west wall Tricolored
streamers extended from the center of
the hall to the sides and corners Old
Glory was in prominence on tho stage
and in the main hall Two arcs and
numerous incandescent lights furnished
brilliant illumination Tho total effect
was superb
The banquet at tho Palmer house was
a splendid example of tho chefs skill
Tho bill of fair embraced a number of
unexpected delicacies The service and
serving left nothing to bo desired This
feature was highly complimented
The orchestra was composed of seven
pjeces in the hands of McCooks finest
The Pythians and the program gave
them full sway in both new and familiar
numbers Indeed so fetching was the
combination that the dancers did not
retire from the scene until between 3
and 4 in the morning A red carnation
graced every guests person
Catholic Order of services Mass
8 a m Mass and sermon 1000 a m
Evening service at 8 oclock Sunday
school 230 p m Every Sunday
J J Loughran Pastor
Christian Bible school 10 Preen
ing at 11 am and 8pm Y P S C E
at 700 overy Lords day Subject for
December 25 Christmas What it
Means to Us All are invited
G T Burt Pastor
Episcopal Services in St Albans
church as follows Every Sunday in the
month Sunday school at 10 oclock am
Morning prayer at 11 and evening prayer
and sermon at 8 The third Sunday in
the month Holy Communion at 7 30 a
m All are welcome
E R Earle Rector
Methodist Sunday School at 10
Preaching at 11 a m and 8 p m Class
at 12 oclock Epworth League at 7 15
Prayer meeting Thursday evening at
730 Xmas tree and program on the
hill and in South McCook Saturday
night Preaching and Sunday school in
South McCook next Sunday afternoon
M B Carman Pastor
Congregational Sunday school at
10 Sermon at 11 Y P S C E at 7
i Sermon at 8 Prayer and conference
meeting Wednesday evening at 8 Morn
ing subject What Christmas Means
to Me Evening subject Lifes Com
pass A collection will be taken in the
morning for the Building Society
George A Conrad Pastor
First Baptist Church Preaching at
11 a m and 745 p m Sunday school at
945 am Junior society at 3 p m BY
P U at 645 p m Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening 745 p m Special
Christmas sermons Sunday Morning
subject The Choir Visible evening
the pastor will preach a national sermon
Americas Answer
Worlds Needs Choir
Christmas music at both
duced by a severe cold was tho cause of tude Storer in Nelson Miss Mary Pow
his death pers in Trenton Miss Myrtle Jones in
John Goodenrerger was born April Auburn Miss MedoraSanteein Orleans
4th 1847 died December 16th 1904 Miss Coral White in Edison MissEtlie
aged 57 years 8 months 12 days His Abbott in Peru all their homes Miss
wife three sons and four daughters sur 1 Carrie Budlong will visit a sister in Colo
vive him Deceased came to his farm Jraci0 Springs Colo Miss Louise Rist
south of McCook in 1882 Funeral ser l will visit Criunle Creek Colo friends
vices were conducted by the Rev J E
Tirrill last Sunday in the Dodge school
house after which burial was made in
the Dodge cemetery near by The
funeral was attended by tho people of
that entire neighborhood attesting the
high esteem in which the departed was
held by his neighbors The funeral
procession is said to have been oneof the
largest ever seen in Red Willow county
Teok Him By Storm
Last Friday evening during the open
ing of Suttons music room tho old
man was eiven tho surprise of his lifo
by about fifteen of tho old Pythian Bri
gade band Late in the evening Mr
Sutton was decoyed out of the store and
upon his return he was taken clear off
his feet by the music of his old love
He assumed tho baton as soon as he
could get himself together and tho boys
luxuriated in Poet and Peasant and
other popular selections until the wee
sma hours with nothing to interfere
but an oyster supper
Patrons McCook Postoffice
Christmas coming on Sunday this
year tho McCook postoffico will observo
Monday following as Christmas holiday
Tho office will open from 8 to 9 in the
forenoon and from 2 to 3 in tho afternoon
Patrons will govern themselves accord
McConnells Balsam cures coughs
Supt and Mrs G H Thomas Miss
Millie Slaby and Miss Ernini Rathburn
expect to attend tho state association
in Omaha next week Miss Flora B
Quick county superintendent will nho
attend the Omaha meeting
The public schools closed with yester
day afternoons session for the holidays
December 23rd to January 2nd
The Russians returning from the beet
fields are filling up the grades notice
Christmas programs and exercises
were hold iu most of the rooms today
The little people have made gifts for
their parents and others in the way tf
busy work
The Red Willow County Teachers
Rending Circle meeting McCook dis
trict was well attended na December
10th Sabins Common Sense Didac
tics was discussed The next meeting
of the circle will be held January 14th
There will be a Christmas tree and a
little program by the small folks Satur
day evening in the Congregational
church Parents and others who desire
may place gifts on the tree for the child
Lost In McCook Thursday two
shawls andone blanket Will tho finder
please leave them at The Tribune office
John B Fiechtnkr
PI ft ntfttiP K
to The
will furnish
services A
cordial invitation to all
A B Carson Pastor
Rev John W Thomas of Omaha de
livered an address in tho Congregational
church Sunday morning laston Inter
denominational Rescue Work and in
the evening iu the Medothist church
Some Public School Items
The school teachers will spend
holidav vacation as follows Miss
Fireman J Matz is off on the relief
Fireman C II McCoy is on tho sick
J W Rudo is tho now heater fireman
A E Nelson of blacksmith forco has
W II Hay is a now helper in tho
round houso
Enginedr W C Schenck has returned
from his trip east
Engines 3185 1239 and 216 loft Tues
day for Havelock
Engineer Newton Nowkirk was on tho
sick list last Saturday
W J Ingham of round houso forco
spent Sunday in Wray
Engine 211 has gono to Denver to take
the place of engine 225
Supt Campbell arrived home Wed
nesday on No 1 from his trip to Chicago
Fireman R L Ashton resigned Thurs
day and left the same day for Denver
Machinist F Laudberg will spend
Christmas with her parents in Wray
Fireman T M Drapor resigned and
expects to work in tho fire department
in Lincoln
W W Archibald and family left on
No 2 Sunday for a visit with relatives
in Chicago
Thos Shieks of round house forco has
resigned and will leave in a few days for
his old homo in Indiana
Engineer E A Mellin has the hill job
at Wray relieving Engineer Star who is
visiting relatives in Illinois
Engineer and Mrs Hugh Brown left
this morning on No 2 for Choyenno to
spend Christmas with her parents
Engineer and Mrs H IT Kingsbury
and little daughter left Tuesday morn
ing on 2 for Peoria Illinois on a visit
Fireman J Yates was quite painfully
injured at Minden Wednesday of last
week while train No 1 was passing the
coal chute at that place He was stand
ing between tho engine and the tender
and was struck by the chute and dragged
to the ground He was attended at
Holdrege by tho company physician
No bones were broken
The following time card was issued by
McCook lodge No 599 to take effect
December 20th 1904 at nine oclock
p m
Each lady and gent while on duty
must have Time Card No 1
The Fireman reserve the right to vary
from it at pleasure
special instructions
1 All Fireman will protect against
all dancers traveling over 20 miles an
2 All Fireman will refuse to take
water between the hours of 8 p m Dec
cember 20 and 3 a m December 21
3 All Fireman on hay burners will
take an eight hour rest before attending
4 All dancers over 31 and under 19
will take siding
5 Everybody will run double header
18 miles per hour to supper and return
Firemen will eat at Palmer House in
stead of Akron on December 20th
The enlargement of the Burlington
yards in Denver which has been com
menced is being prosecuted in the vicin
ity of the union depot in such a way that
it may have more than ordinary
significance Underneath the Sixteenth
street viaduct a force is now engaged in
laying a track to connect the main tracks
of tho Moffat road with a switch of the
Colorado Southern which extends to
Fifteenth street This track will be
close to the depot of the Denver North
western PaciSc and while it will reach
property on which two warehouses are
to be erected it will also enlarge the
interchange of tho Moffat road with
other lines
Tho fact that the Burlington is per
forming the work of connecting this
track with the Moffat road has given
rise to report that is but a forerunner of
the second union depot project for the
Burlington and Moffat roads and that
the location will be in the Colorado it
Southern coach ards alongside the pres
ent union depot as it sgenerallv under
stood that the present station of the
Moffat road at Fifteenth street is but a
temporary one The anticipated busi
ness of the road when fully developed
will bo such a factor that a new station
will be imperative Though all eyes are
on the Moffat road and several of thebig
lines covet an alliance the Burlington
still seems to have the choice of posi
tions Denver Times
Fractured Leg and Mashed Ankle
J L Hoyt of the Upper Driftwood
sustained a fracture of the right es and
a mashed ankle last Saturday by his
horse slipping and falling on him Dr
Hare was called aud rendered the neces
sarv surgical service
Mrs G W Edwards is a
Mrs C E Benedict
Little Greicuen Erert is ill
scarlet fever but is doing nicelv
Clifford Browne is home from
state uuiversity for the holidays
Mrs Anthony Clark of Oxford is a
guest of her sister Mrs V II Solliday
The ladies of the Episcopal guild
held a successful fair in McConnells
hall Saturday last
J G Stokes left on 2
for Iowa to bo with Mrs
old home over Christmas
this morning
Stokes at her
James Barnes is very ill at tho home
of Mrs E J Mitchell His life has
been dispaired of but hi3 condition now
seems more hopeful
royal hungarian
Menardsx Opera House
Thursday Dkckmrkr 29th
830 p in
This is tho seci nd number in tho
Citizens Entertainment Course
Tho Royal Hungarian Orches
tra composed of eight men is ono
of tho finest orchestra in this coun
Tho Now York Mail and Express
says They play with the most
exquisite finish and refinement of
style and their interpretations aro
masterpieces of artistic effort
Tho Hungarians come direct to
McCook from Omaha whore on
tho evening preceding they ap
pear before the Nebraska State
Teachers Association
This will be a delightful treat
for tho Holiday week
Reserved seats on salo at Mc
Connells Monday Doc 26 at S
a m
io Cents
McCook Market Quotations
Corrected Friiluy morning
Com 5 j7
Wheat n
Oats jo
Hoes 777 3
is St
Good Hutter 20
McConnell for drugs
Ice tools at W T Colemans
McMillens Cough Cure will stop your
Horse blankets
Some bargains at W
second hand heaters
and robes at W T
T Colemans in
First class dressmaking at 512 Mc
Farland Street Phone 223
Wanted Man and wifo no children
on farm D C Benedict Culbertson
Dont send away for a sewing machin -when
you can beat the price and quality
at W T Colemans
Tho Womens Missionary Society of
tho Congregational church will meet
with Mrs Curran Wednesday Decem
ber 28th at 3 oclock
W T Coleman will have a big line of
buggies and all kinds of farm implements
on display during the Red Willow
County Farmers Institute in February
Spend Christmas at homo or como in
and let us tell you what it will cost you
to have the folks visit you Tho Bur
lington is getting very low rates to points
in a wide territory
Holders of season tickets should not
fail to present them for reserved seats at
McConnells Monday December 26
The plat for the Royal Hungarian Or
chestra goes on salo that morning at 8
Christmas day services in St Albans
church as follows At 730 a m Holy
Communion at 11 a m morning prayer
and 8 p m evening prayer and Christ
mas sermon by tho rector Special mu
sc at these services All are welcome
The ladies of the M E church will
hold a 15 cent social in the parsonage
Friday December 30th Light refresh
msnts will be served in the afternoon and
at night Supper from 5 to 7 There
will be a music literary program in the
The ladies of the Baptist church will
give an oyster supper in the Maccabee
hall New Years eve Supper will bo
served from 6 to 11 p m They will also
have on salo during tho afternoon and
evening baked goods such as they
usually have at their regular exchange
Miss Jeannette Dutton
is home from
Lincoln for the holidays
Ernest Neumann is expecting his
daughters home from Collegeview for
the holidays
T A EndseJy will have Christmas
exercises in the Pickens school house
Saturday night
R D Rodgers has placed a telephone
in his farm home connecting with the
McCook svstem
James Hatfield has on theground win
netting 51 inches high for several milesj
of new wire fencing
Ben Shamel came down from nrai
Bird City Kansas Wednesday and will
visit his parents until over New Year
James Hatfield and Frank Stillmai
dipped their sheep Tuesday for the sec
ond and last time The job covers abou
2000 head
A D Johnston had a runaway elos
of last week in which his hay rack wa
considerably damaged Charlie Rope
was called over from Ash Creek to rt
pair it
Keep The
Cold Out
With a good chest protector
Wo have them from 50c to 300
McConnell Druggist
Everything in drugs McConnell