THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION COMES FROM THE BERTHOUD BLADE.  THE
PAPER LATER CHANGED ITS NAME TO THE BERTHOUD BULLETIN..

Jul 23, 1896..W E Bader and wife went to NiWot, Saturday and visited over Sunday with
relatives.

Aug 6, 1896..Wm Bader and family took dinner with Elzie Knott's, Sunday.

Aug 20, 1896..Mesdames. Williams, Bader and E H Knott were calling on Mrs Jake
Welty, Friday afternoon.

Jan 7, 1897..Several persons enjoyed the hospitality of D Colemans family New Years day
and report a grand good time.  The guests were Jake Welty and family, Mrs A A Knott and
family, H H Foresman and family, Wm Bader and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Welty, Mr
and Mrs Elza Knott, Mr and Mrs Frank Knott and Mrs Jackman.

.....No 1898 papers on film.....

Jan 6 1900..W E Bader and family returned home from their visit on Left-Hand (creek)
Tuesday.

Feb 24, 1900..A telegram was received by H Foresman from Clarence, Iowa, informing
him that Henry Welty was lying at the point of death.  Fred Welty left for his bedside on
Monday afternoon's train.  Mr Welty is the father of our well known country people Mrs A
A Knott, Mrs W E Bader, J H and G F Welty.

Oct 27 1900..Bader-On Thursday, October 18, 1900, to Mr and Mrs William Bader, a son.

Jun 29 1901..A party to the dam last Sunday was composed of the families of Jake Welty,
Will Bader, W N Bader, Frank Knott and John Knaus.  The time spent at the dam was
much enjoyed, but the trip each way was rather warm.

Jul 27 1901..Mrs G N Bader and little daughter went to Eldora Sunday to visit her sister
about a week.

Aug 17 1901..Mrs Bader's sister is here from Boulder for a week.    On Thursday morning
Geo. N Bader and John Knaus started for a fishing and hunting trip up the Little South
Poudre.  They expect to be absent about ten days and 240 fish is to be the minimum catch.

Aug 24 1901..Messrs Bader and Knaus did not get 240 fish as the bulletin said they
should, but they did catch 239-and the editor was well remembered.  The gentlemen had a
very successful trip, returning Thursday.

Sep 21 1901..Geo N Bader and little daughter Louise went to Boulder Tuesday afternoon.


Oct 12 1901..Geo N Bader went to NiWot Monday afternoon to see how the oil industry is
developing.  A well is being sunk on the farm of Mrs Bader's father.

Oct 26 1901..G N Bader says we have struck oil at NiWot, but "we" don't come in, maybe,
on the sindup.

Dec or Nov 14 1901..Mrs Bader went to Longmont Monday for a visit with her parents. 
Little Louise is the only grandchild and her birthday is a matter of considerable
importance to them.

Dec 28 1901..Mr and Mrs Geo N Bader and little daughter, Louise, spent Christmas in
Longmont.  Mr Bader returned on Wednesday evening but Mrs Bader and daughter
remained until Friday morning.

Feb 8, 1902, Geo. N Bader made a business trip to Denver Tuesday.
   Mrs Bader returned from a four days visit with her parents in Longmont Sunday.

Feb 15, 1902..Mrs Geo. Bader went to Denver Tuesday to select and trim hats for the
spring trade.  She will be absent about ten days.
   Mrs Bader returned from Denver Wednesday morning, having bought a spring stock of
ladies hats. "They are just lovely."

Apr 19, 1902..Mrs Geo. N Bader and daughter Louise went to Longmont Wednesday
afternoon to attend the wedding of her cousin Delia Underwood.

Jun 28, 1902..Mrs Geo. N Bader was in Longmont Monday and Tuesday visiting her
mother, Mrs Burch.

Aug 30, 1902..Geo. N. Bader.  One of the most attractive stores in Berthoud, is the store
owned and operated by Geo. N. Bader.    The gentleman carries a full line of dry
goods, groceries, millinery, notions, etc and by applying good trade principles he has
succeeded in establishing a nice trade. He commenced business here about one year
ago, but has been identified with the mercantile business for eight years.  His years of
experience make him a shrewd and careful buyer, thereby giving his trade the benifit?.  He
buys and sells for cash and his stock is always new, fresh and up to date and his prices are
in accordance with the times.  Mr Bader is enterprising and progressive and as a gentleman
and citizen he is held in high esteem.


Sep 27, 1902..Geo. N Bader, went to Denver, Tuesday.

Jan 3, 1903..Elected officers.     Laurel Chapter no. 44 elected the following officers at their
first meeting in December.  Mrs Margaret Knott, associate matron.  Mrs Carrie E Newell,
treasure.  Mrs Iva Bader, electra.  (rest not copied)

Feb 7, 1903..Mr and Mrs George Bader and daughter Louise were in Longmont Sunday.


Mar 7, 1903..New phones.  Since Feb 28 shows George N Bader, as receiving one..
   Pleasurable events.   Mr and Mrs H H Foresman delightfully entertained a number of
their friends on the and Thursday evening of this week at the residence on Fifth St, high
five being the principal diversion on each occasion .. among guests shows Mr and Mrs
George Bader, Albert Knott .. (rest not copied)
Thursday.
   Mrs George N Bader and daughter visited relatives in Longmont this week.

Mar 14, 1903..Firemen elect officer.  The Berthoud Fire Department met Monday evening
to elect officers for the ensuing year, and the following were chosen:  George N Bader,
president .. (rest not copied)

Apr 4, 1903..Masons celebrate.     Those present from Berthoud were G N Bader, C V
Stryker .. (and others)

Apr 11, 1903..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Lucile spent Sunday with relatives in
NiWot.
   G N Bader informs us that his sales of fine millinery last week exceeded all previous
records.

Apr 25, 1903..George N Bader and family spent Sunday with relatives in NiWot.

May 9, 1903..G N Bader went to Cripple Creek Monday to attend the state convention of
Modern Woodmen.

May 16, 1903..George N Bader has been having a siege of grippe this week, but is
improving.

Jun 6, 1903..G N Bader and family were guests of Longmont relatives Sunday.
   George N Bader has a new ad in this issue which it will pay you to read.
   Miss Rose Zweck and Mary Affolter were guests of G N Bader and wife Saturday and of
J H Welty and wife Sunday.

Jun 27, 1903..Will build residence.  George N Bader will commence the erection of a neat
frame cottage at once on his lots on mountain avenue.  He hopes to have it completed
so as to be able to move into it in about two months.  J M Lutener has the contract.
   F A Bader and wife, of NiWot, were guests of G N Bader and wife Sunday.

Jul 25, 1903..George N Bader and wife spent Sunday with relatives in NiWot.

Aug 1, 1903..Mrs George N Bader returned from Eldora  Wednesday where she had been
visiting her sister a week.

Sep 12, 1903..Frank Knott and George Bader returned from the mountains with over 300
trout.

Sep 19, 1903..G N Bader and family spent Sunday with relatives in Longmont.


Sep 26, 1903..G N Bader and family have moved into their new residence.
   George N Bader was in Denver Thursday.

Nov 28, 1903..H H Burch and wife, W D Burch, Mrs Amos Entwistle, Mrs Mary Perkins,
Miss Katie Allen, and Mrs Will Estus and children of Longmont celebrated Thanksgiving
at the home of Mr and Mrs G N Bader.

Dec 12, 1903..For a good cup of coffee for Christmas try "Queen" at 25c pound at Geo. N
Bader.
   G N Bader and family visited relatives in Longmont Sunday.

Dec 26, 1903..Mrs G N Bader was the recipient of a bran new Hamilton piano Tuesday, a
Christmas gift from her father.

Jan 2, 1904..Officers installed. At the last regular session of the Order of the Eastern Star,
the following officers were installed:  Mrs Knott, worthy matron; Mrs Newell, associate
matron; Mrs Bader, organist.
   G N Bader and wife were in Longmont Sunday.

Mar 5, 1904..Mr and Mrs George N Bader delightfully entertained a few friends at their
residence Friday evening of last week.  The evening was pleasantly spent in play card
games, after which refreshments were served.  The occasion was a most enjoyable one.

Apr 2, 1904..George N Bader was Denver visitor Thursday.

Apr 16, 1904..Town board meeting.  George N Bader presented his resignation as trustee,
and it was accepted, so the board will have to fill the vacancy. (rest not copied)
   Mr and Mrs Frank Knott were guests of George Bader and wife Sunday.

Jun 11, 1904..George Bader and family were guests of Frank Knott and wife Sunday.

Jul 2, 1904..George N Bader and daughter Louise went to Longmont Friday to attend the
Floto show.  Louise wanted to see the ponies, and George went along to see the whole
show.

Jul 16, 1904..Mr and Mrs H H Foresman and Mr and Mrs George N Bader drove over
from Berthoud Sunday afternoon, returning in the evening.
   Mr and Mrs H H Foresman and Mr and Mrs George N Bader made a visit to Mr
Foresman's suburban property Sunday.
   C Dunbar and George N Bader were fishing above the toll gate, on the Big Thompson,
Monday, and report a total of 36 fish caught.  Judge Dunbar says that the new road which
was so badly damaged by the recent flood, is now in good repair.

Jul 23, 1904..Mrs G N Bader and daughter Louise went to Longmont on Saturday, called
there on account of the illness of Mrs Bader's mother.


Aug 6, 1904..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise have been with Mrs Bader's
mother in Longmont this week, who is suffering a severe attack of rheumatism.

Sep 3, 1904..George N Bader and Frank Knott are taking a vacation on the little South.
   Frank Knott and George Bader started to the mountains Sunday morning.

Sep 10, 1904..Mrs G N Bader went to Denver yesterday to purchase millinery for the fall
trade.

Sep 24, 1904..G N Bader was in Denver Wednesday.

Nov 19, 1904..Mrs G N Bader and daughter Louise spent Sunday with relatives in
Longmont.

Nov 26, 1904..Had Thanksgiving Dinner.  Mr and Mrs G N Bader entertained at their
home Thankksgiving day the following relatives and friends from Longmont.  (rest not
copied)

Dec 17, 1904..George N Bader was in Denver on business Wednesday.

Dec 31, 1904..Mr and Mrs G N Bader and daughter Louise spent Christmas with relatives
in Longmont.

Jan 21, 1905..George N Bader was in attendance at the grocers' convention in Longmont
Thursday.
   Frank Knott and wife were guests of George N Bader at Berthoud a week ago Sunday.

Apr 1, 1905..Miss Mary Estus, of Longmont, assisted Mrs G N Bader in her millinery
opening this week.

Apr 15, 1905..Entertained friends.  Mrs G N Bader entertained a few friends at her home
last Saturday night while the men folks attended masonic lodge and witnessed the third
degree.   Mrs Bader's guests were Mesdames H H Foresman, H A Lovejoy and R C
Hadesty, and they played high five and ate ice cream and cake until the men returned from
lodge and finished up the refreshments.  The evening was very enjoyabley spent.

Jun 10, 1905..Mesdames Charles Baker and Paul Mead of Highland Lake were guests of
Mr and Mrs George N Bader Tuesday.
   Mrs Amos Entwistle, of Eldora, visited her sister, Mrs G N Bader last pressday.  (rest
not copied)

Jun 17, 1905..Mr and Mrs Frank Knott were guests of George Bader and wife.

Jun 24. 1905..George N Bader and wife were guests of relatives in Niwot Sunday.

Jul 1, 1905..A A Knott and George N Bader went up the river Monday evening, returning
the next day with a nice lot of trout.  They do not speak very enthusiastically of the
fishing.

Jul 22, 1905..F R Greub, wife and children, of St Joseph, Mo., arrived in Berthoud
Thursday, and will visit with relatives - G N Bader, Will Bader, J H Welty, Mrs Ernest
Newell and others.

Jul 29, 1905..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise went to Eldora Tuesday to visit
relatives.


Aug 5, 1905..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Lousie are expected home Sunday.

Aug 12, 1905..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise returned Sunday from a visit
with relatives in Eldora and Longmont.

Aug 26, 1905..Surprised the girls.  A surprise party was given to the Misses Dora and
Ethel Newell Monday afternoon from 3 to 5.  Outdoor games were played, and
refreshments, ice cream and cake were served, the little folks enjoying the occasion as
only children can.  Those present Joann Jefferes, Minnie and Pearl Gosney, Louise Bader. 
(rest not copied)
   George N Bader enjoyed a visit from his mother, Mrs C Knaus, of Niwot, and aunt, Mrs
F R Greub, of St Joseph, Mo., Thursday.
   John Coleman and wife were guests at the home of W E Bader and wife Sunday.
   Mrs Carl C Gamble and sister, Miss Maggie Elliott, who have been visiting with their
cousin, Mrs George N Bader, went to Longmont Thursday.

Sep 2, 1905..George N Bader and Frank Knott started Sunday morning for the poudre, to
fish.

Sep 9, 1905..George N Bader and Frank Knott returned the first of the week from a fishing
trip on the poudre at the Walker rankch.  They had an excellent time and cought many
fish.
   Joe Owen, wife and son, of Cedar county, Iowa, are guests of relatives here this week. 
Mrs Owen is a sister of Mrs Will bader, Jake and Fred Welty, and Mrs A A Knott.  Frank
Port, of Wilton Junction, Iowa, is also visiting the same relatives here.

Oct 7, 1905..Mrs Jane Owen and son Ralph, of Tipton, Iowa, who have been visiting
mesdames A A Knott and Will Bader and Jake and Fred Welty, returned home
Wednesday.

Oct 28, 1905..George N Bader was in Johnstown Wednesday.
   Mrs George Bader and daughter Lousie visited friends in Longmont Saturday and
Sunday.
   George N Bader visited his mother in Niwot, Tuesday.
   J N Greub, of Buffalo, Wyoming, visited his nephew, George N Bader, and family
Thursday.  This was the first time George and his uncle had met in 17 years.

Nov 4, 1905..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise went to Boulder yesterday to visit
relatives.

Nov 25, 1905..F A Bader, wife and children, of Niwot, were guests of G N Bader and wife
over Sunday.

Dec 30, 1905..School reports.  The following pupils of Lake View school were neither
absent nor tardy during December.  Ruty? Bader, Ernest Bader, Ivan Bader, (rest not
copied)
   Mr and Mrs George N Bader and daughter Lousie spent Christmas in Longmont.

6 Jan 1906..Amos Entwistle and wife, of Eldora, were guests of George N Bader and wife
over Sunday.

13 Jan 1906..Mrs G N Bader was in Longmont yesterday.

20 Jan 1906..George N Bader celebrated his birthday Sunday by having a fine turkey
dinner, with fixin's, and having as guests his mother and step-father, Mr and Mrs Knaus of
Niwot, and Mrs Will Bader and children, Will being unable to be present on account of
sickness.

10 Feb 1906..Will build telephone line..home supply company vote to install private line
at early date.  The committee having the matter of securing telephone data are Will Bader,
C C Clark and John Coleman..(rest not copied)

10 Mar 1906..Miss McCullogh visited Mrs Bader and Mrs Ernest Newell last week.

2 Jun 1906..some copper kings.  George N Bader, F A Bein and Hugh Boatman, who own
stock of the Penn-Wyoming Copper Company are feeling pretty good, as the stock has
advanced from 50 cents to 70 cents within the past six months, and promises to go much
higher..(rest not copied)

16 Jun 1906..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise, visited relatives in Niwot this
week.

14 Jul 1906..George N Bader and daughter Louise went to Eldora Tuesday, Mr Bader
returned Wednesday, Louise remaining in Eldora, where she will visit relatives.

28 Jul 1906..Mrs George N Bader is spending the week in Eldora.  On her return she will
bring her daughter Louise home with her.

11 Aug 1906..George N Bader and wife spent Sunday in Niwot, the guests of Mrs Bader's
mother.

29 Sep 1906..George Bader and A C Van Galder returned Wednesday from a fishing and
hunting trip in the canyon. 

6 Oct 1906..George Bader and A C Van Galder, who have been hunting in Bennett Park,
had the good luck to kill two deer.  Mr Bader got a yearling buck and Mr Van Galder got a
four year old.  They brought some venison home with them and distributed it among their
friends.  One other deer was seen, but got away.

20 Oct 1906..Mr and Mrs Bader entertain.  Mr and Mrs George Bader entertained the high
five club Monday night.  Those present  .. (not copied)

1 Dec 1906..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise were in Boulder Saturday.

23 Mar 1907..Entertained card club.  Mrs John A Bell and Mrs George N Bader
entertained the Monday evening card club..(rest not copied)


30 Mar 1907..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise visited in Longmont this week.

1 Jun 1907..George N Bader, W R Hankins, Nels Magnuson, Samuel M Spohr and Quincy
Williamson are members of the county court jury.
   G N Bader, wife and daughter were guests of Frank Knott and wife Sunday.

8 Jun 1907..George N Bader has our thanks for a mess of fine trout.  When George goes
fishing he always brings back something to show for his work.

15 Jun 1907..Mrs George N Bader went to Longmont Wednesday to attend the wedding of
her brother, W D Burch,  to Miss Laybourn.

13 Jul 1907..Mr and Mrs H H Burch visited George N Bader over the fourth.

27 Jul 1907..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise went to Eldora Wednesday, where
they will visit and enjoy the cool mountain breezes for a couple of weeks.

31 Aug 1907..Frank Knott and George N Bader have been fishing and hunting this week.

14 Sep 1907..George N Bader found a big and very lively tarantula yesterday while
dissecting a bunch of bananas.  The critter was chuck full of pizen and George had no
snake bite remedy so he decided to place the bug in a glass jar, where it can be seen to this
day.

5 Oct 1907..George N Bader and H C Lovejoy left Wednesday for the mountains where
they hope to encounter and slay many dear, bears and mountain lions.

12 Oct 1907..Mr and Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise were in Longmont
Sunday.
   George N Bader and H C Lovejoy returned Friday evening from their hunting and
fishing trip.  No results worth mentioning.

26 Oct 1907..Mrs G N Bader and daughter Louise went to Longmont Wednesday to be at
the bedside of Mrs Bader's father, H H Burch, who is very ill.  The sick man was taken to
St Luke's Hospital Wednesday, Mrs Bader accompanying him.

2 Nov 1907..Mrs George N Bader returned from Longmont Tuesday evening.  She reports
her father, who was operated upon last week, as improving.

30 Nov 1907..Will Bader and family, were guests of G N Bader and family Thanksgiving
day.

7 Dec 1907..Messrs. A C Van Galder, George N Bader, George J Hinckley and William
Wamsley went to Fort Collins in the Jefferes auto Monday to see head consul Talbot of
the Modern Woodmen of America.

14 Dec 1907..George N Bader was in Denver Monday.


21 Dec 1907..George N Bader has been having a siege of grippe this week but finally won
out. 
   Louise Bader was in Longmont Sunday, visiting her grand- 
parents.  Miss Louise has attained to the age of 11 years and her trip to Longmont was to
partake of a joint birthday dinner with her grandfather Burch, whose birthday was in 
close proximity to that of Louise.

28 Dec 1907..George N Bader and family spent Christmas with relatives in Longmont.

18 Jan 1908..Mrs G N Bader went to Boulder Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs Alta
Beebout, who was formerly Alta Davis and lived here.

7 Mar 1908..Mr and Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise visited Longmont relatives
Sunday.

14 Mar 1908..Town board meeting..George N Bader appointed as registration board and
election judges.  (rest not copied)_

28 Mar 1908..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise visited Longmont relatives this
week.
   Big profit in Red Clover.  Will E Bader had 12 acres in red clover last year, which
yielded 101  bushels of excellent clover seed.  This seed he sold to a firm in St Joseph,
MO, for $14.70 per 100 pounds.  Will figures his profits on the 12 acres at just $65 per
acre.  He harvested two crops cutting the first in July and the last in October.  There is
comparatively little red clover grown here.  Mr Bader, has however, been raising it for the
past sixteen years, securing his first seed at that time from C V Stryker, and planting about
2 1/4 acres.  His experience shows that there are more ways of getting a good revenue on
the farm than most people think.

4 Apr 1908..George N Bader was laid up with rheumatism the first of the week.
   George N Bader and others were in Fort Collins Wednesday as delegated to the Modern
Woodmen convention..(rest not copied)

11 Apr 1908..The Monday evening card club was entertained by Mr and Mrs George N
Bader this week.

9 May 1908..Mr and Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise were in Longmont
Sunday, the guests of Mr and Mrs Bader's parents.  Miss Louise returned a very happy
little girl, because her grandfather had given her a wee little Shetland colt.  When the little
fellow gets older Louise will get a pony phaeton and take her friends out driving.  The colt
will remain with its mother on the ranch near Longmont for some time.
   A C Ban Galder and George N Bader were in Greeley Tuesday and Wednesday
attending the state convention of the Modern Woodmen of America.  Mr Bader went over
to help Abe pull wires, and the work was done so well that A C was elected as one of
Colorado's eight representatives.

30 May 1908..Democrats caucus.  Delegates were chosen from precinct 40 as follows:  G
N Bader ..(rest not copied)


13 Jun 1908..Democratic convention.  Two Berthoud Men, George N Bader and C A
Lovejoy, were selected as delegates..(rest not copied)

4 Jul 1908..Mrs George N Bader and daughter Louise and Miss Edith Foresman were
among the Berthoud people who attended the circus at Loveland Wednesday.

18 Jul 1908..George N Bader and daughter Louise, and S E Newell and wife went by auto
to Nunn Sunday.  They got into some moisture but had a very good trip nevertheless,
passing  through sections in which crops varied greatly, some being very fine and some
very poor.  Going out they went by way of Greeley, Eaton and Ault, returning by way of
Fort Collins.  Mrs Bader is visiting a week with her sister and Louise will remain during
the month.

8 Aug 1908..Mrs Amos Entwistle of Nunn has been the guest of her sister, Mrs George N
Bader, this week.  The two ladies and Miss Louise Bader went to Longmont Friday
morning to visit their mother.

22 Aug 1908..George N Bader and Frank Knott left Sunday morning for the Rockwell
ranch where they will fish for trout.

29 Aug 1908..George N Bader and party returned home Sunday from Rockwell's ranch. 
Mr Bader reports fair catches of trout, but states there was too much moisture to make
camp life real pleasant.

26 Sep 1908..Mrs Henry C Lovejoy meets death in runaway..The pallbearer were George
N Bader, H H Foresmen, C E Williams, C G Pollock, Harry Newell and Hoyt Whipple.

26 Sep 1908..George N Bader this week received proof-sheets of a genealogical record of
the Bader family that soon will be ready for the press.  The book will contain something
like 2,500 names of members of the family, some of whom live in Germany.  It will be a
very interesting volume. 

28 Nov 1908..George N Bader, wife and daughter, Louise, ate thanksgiving dinner with
the family of Dan Burch, Mrs Bader's brother, on the old home place near Niwot.

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