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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 27, 1910)
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To pay by check relieves your mind of
remembering whether or not you paid
a certain bill. Sometimes you arc not
sure about the payment of an account.
No need to ask the party if you employ
a check account refer to your checks,
they will tell you if the bill is paid.
The information on each check is re
liable. Interest Paid on time
Webster County Bank,
RED CLOUD. NEB.
B. F. Mizer, President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
B. F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
S. R. Florance.
SUNNY SI DM.
lvte Lewis now lias a line liding
(Jn'ti- a number tool; in Monte
Cn-t i at lied Cloud Monday night.
J !. H. Parker goes l( Missouri tins
rtei ! then to Texas to vi-.it lilsaunt.
Mi. and Mrs. .Jos. Tophain are visit
ing witli tit- it daughter. Mrs. .he
(.en. Law says he neither hoi rows
iiii In in-, now. lie bntiirht a saddle i
at the sale
I '.ei, tiling hold well at Mr. Pa riser's
sail Hogs sold for $M nor head, cons
SVJ. niie team S'.l'U: good stul!.
GUI mi ROCK.
John Dunbar has been ill again this
t Ii.ii les liny and wife arrived homo
Saturday from Ohio.
Tin.- I.. T. I., mot with their leader.
Mrs. (' !' Moranville Tuesday aftei
noon. Mr. and Mis. Lee Smith of .Unveil
County Kansas visited olio day la-t
week at the home of II. Taylor.
The Voting Woman's TuiuperaiiLO
I nion spent Wednesday eveningutthe
pleasant homo of C P. Hush and wife.
II Milnor and wife moved up from
Uostwick and are now located in the
property they purchased a lew months
ago of V. S Lainbort.
Mrs. Wm. Reeves has been heio
several days assisting lier daughter,
Mrs. George Fairfield euro for tier bubo
that has been so 111. The little on is
seems to be improving nicely now.
The membership contest in the W.
(.'. T. U., added over thirty names to
the list. The entertainment will be
given ii9.t Wednesday evening at the
home of the president, Mrs. John
Miss Maud Hayes is attending the
meetings at Kclcley this week.
Miss Carmine Foe is visiting her
father in the bank this week.
(i. (i. Iloit returned Sunday morning
from a weeks outing in Milne 111.
Karl Poyer lias returned to his work
after a brief visit with relatives nnd
F. A. Good will talk to the High
School pupils Wednesday morning of
Ml. .James Saunders, who has been
visiting her parents neur Bladen re
turned home Wednesday.
Mr. Thomas Wilson, of Mulchon,
Nobraska is visiting with her parents,
Mr. nuil Mrs. J. Watson north of
Mrs. K. Atkisson of Blue Hill came
down Tuesday to visit her brother 11.
A. Well and her mother Mrs. .1. A.
Mr. William Mutter has received a
position as llroman on one of the
Missouri Valley Iowa roads and left
Monday to take up that vocation.
Mi-. Charles lMdy is i die sick this
O. M. Knyeart shelled cum one day
. E. .Martin and lam'ily spent Sunday
at L. Daily's.
C. L. llerrielc and wifospeut Sunday
at (). H. Haivey's.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Knyeart went to
Red Cloud Wednesday to be present at
the fitneial of her little nephew.
Mrs lillle Harvey and sou .lolin and
Mr. and .Mis. O. I $ Harvey visited at
lini Ivineald's, south of the river one
day last week
The last number ol the Inuvaie lee
tut o course occurred last TIiuimIii.x
evening There was a large crowd
present and the entertainment was re
ported a Mice-ess
It is imported that Rev. K. Ii. K. Hill
of Lawrence was married in Inavale
WediiPsday to Mrs. Dora Wilson. The
many liiundsol both wish them a
happy lifelong honeymoon.
I.xciynuc is watching the 'comet" in
the western heavens just alter sunset
each evening. Can any one toll us
what heavenly body this is? Halley's
comet was not to be visible to the
naked eye belore .March so is this a
lesser comet? Some one wise in As.
tronomy please answer.
Fine snow weather.
Duo of Frank Strobel's little girls is
Frank Vavrielca and wife spent Sun
day in Ksliou.
.Jos. Kobat Is vlsltlug with his moth
er this week.
Mrs. Frank Strobel's sister visited
witli her Sunday.
Mike Kudrna ami sou Frank were in
Bluo Hill Tuesday.
Mr M. Vavrloka has bought a new
Miss Ktta Hehrer is teaching again
after u few days vacation.
Mike Strobol returned from Kansas
City where he shipped cattlo.
It is reported that thore aro a few
cases of scarlet fever in tills locality.
Ted Harris has sold Ids gasoline
euglno to the Red Cloud Ildw. & Imp.
Frank Kudrna and Miss F.mum
Zujtc spent .Sunday evoning with
Kev. White is doing some progress
live work nt tho revival meetings held
in tho wain church,
Will Fitzgerald finished shucking
corn for Sorgorson Uros. and is now
shucking corn for Jess Dedrick.
Sorgerson Uros. bought some fat
cattlo from John Zajlo to fill out u car
and shipped tho same to Kansas City.
A Newspaper That filves The News Fifty-two Weeks Each Tear For $1.50. SH ""
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JANUARY
Misses Saraha and Martini Hansen.
.Miss Sitrnlm and Hugh McPartlaud
and Messrs. Louis and Willie Vuvrlcku
wcie pleasant callers at Jcliucks Sun
ALL ALONG THE LINE
Miss Laura I led go is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Oiln Harvey.
Harry Darker bought a horse last
week of Dean Harvey
There have been several business
changes in our town lately.
Tho snow is going fast and wo are
not sorry. Enough is enough.
Mr. and Mrs. N. K Harvey are re
joicing over the advent of ayoungsun.
Mablo Jorgensoii is working for Mis.
Will Carpenter who has two sick
Mrs. A. C. Hale is a great deal better
and we shall be glad to seo her among
Olio Bringelson is rejoicing over a
son and heir, who answers to the
name of John.
Kev. lloltingswortli was making pas
toral calls on his Pleasant Prairio
parisiieis I his week.
The Rodger Urn-, have shipped their
cattle and ar going to lest tho re
mainder of tin- winter.
A so-'ial dim was given by Mr and
Mrs. Charley Martin Saturday night.
A good time is reported.
Ralph Hunter has traded his Hue
gray team for a big span of mules.
Swede i loud of tho long eared brutes.
The comet just now is the point of
attraction and according to Holmes it
has ten million cubic miles of head
and ten billion loagu.is of tail.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin leave for their
old home in Missouri this week. The
boys will bo greatly missed out ol tho
school as they are geuoral favoiiles.
Imiviilc'n home talent gave an enter
tainment at the Cluistiaii church
Tuesday evening. Tho play was very
well rendeied and there was a fair at
Rev Roland Hill is in Inavale agtdu
There is an old proverb that "homo is
where the heart is " Perhaps that is
why he wanders hack every other
week, how over we are glad to see him.
The Fisher girls are better thi
Karl Hall returned from Campbell
Will White's children are some bet
Mauley Uros. lost a valuable horse
Sunshine this week, nothing like it.
Only more of It.
Big Indian, subscribe for the Chief
and gut the news.
Kay Davis and his gray mure woro
in Garfield Sunday.
T. W. White bought a nice mare at
Geo. Simpson's sale last week.
N. P. Campbell and daughter were
callers at Will Fisher's Sunday
Artie Itlchcsuu shelled com on Mon
day and sold it to Clms. Campbell.
Will White sold Ids fat cattle to tho
butchor, Will Koou in Red Cloud last
John Armstrong and wife took u
wodding trip through Garfield this
Georgo Harris is shredding corn fod
der by hand. Tart Sherman blows the
Frank Amack tried stackine- his doir
last summer but Cudhny Miys it did
not keep good,
Pete uuil Alfred Monloy took in the,
sites at tho Opera House in Kcd Cloud
Look pleasant, no U6u to frown.
Anybody is liable to slip out of the
road on another man's farm nowadays.
Paul White is the janitor at tlicPopo
school house, but tho bohool mam rode
out from town and beat him one cold
Earl Hall was scon going down wind
mill row the other night witli two
ilflll.1 IMnkl itun Itml . 41... ...1.11..
, ......... .ww,,,.,, , nt-n uu Hill S1HHIIL',
I Where did you get them HarlV
. .-'sgia-a-T Ag'gST3
Would seem to demand that you read what Ambrose L.
Ranney, A. M. M. D., late professor of Anatomy, New
York Hospital, says:
"Eye-strain may, and of ten does, cause chronic and intractable distur
bances of the stomach. Chronic intestinal and gastric disturbances may
be and often are, companions in graver disturbances of the nervous
system, due to eye-strain.
Our glasses are made to i elieve eyestrain.
JEWELERS & OPTOMETRISTS.
There was something seen going
down the road the other day and on
elu-e inspection it was found to le
ill hite mill Ids now lior-e and cut
ler Talk- about your prospeioiis faru.eis ,
but Mauley Urns iieats them all fur,
they raised a pair ol twin calves last!
spring and another pair this week but
one is dead ami Pete says we will get
its hide any how.'' '
Mr. Realty lell last Thur-day night
for a surprise visit with Id- son and
daughter in Wyoming and his son ar
rived at ited Cloud on Friday morning
fiom Wyoming lor a. surprise visit with
with his father and sister, Mrs . A.
Mauley, but father and son passed one
another on the tiaiu about the Colora
Red Clout School's Bi-monthly Sticlllnft
No. lowest liluh UN li anc
tiiklni! pari percent pciecut sliiiuliui;
lloj-H lit TU UH) )1
Ulrls J I HI UK) ii7
Hoys Id ( UH S
(Jlrls VI ?rt luo 7
Boys IH I J kju 7.1
(ilrls 1 W 100 W
IIOJH l'.l l,S IUU Mi
Ulrls -.11 11 tim sit
Hoys '.ii ii iik i;:i
(Jlrls K. ku UK) u'i
The following named boys and girls
made the highest standing in their
Grade 7 Paul I'oluleky, Josephine
Kssig, Muuriuo Caldwell,
Alison Cowden, Aivu Dow,
Blanche lloner, Hula Fltz,
Urade 0 Harold Ludlow, Jack Pinch
or, Leo McArthur, Prticlu
tiuirer, Ha?el Wolfe, Georgia
Clauson, Gladys Fry, Ruby
Qoble, Nellie Fineher, Zelmii
Woudcrly, Nettie Springer,
Grade 5 Kenneth Johnston, Uessie
Havel, Holeu Green, Anna
Koubal, Huth Pegg, Terosa
Keigle, Faith Koout.
Grade I Thelma Lamborn, May Huf
fer, LaVaughn Moranville,
Grado .1 Ralph Nowhouse, Merwie
Kdsou, Myra Hvans, Willi
frdd Smitli, Ilertha Johnson.
Beatrice McAllister. .Mta
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