The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, March 17, 1910, Image 1

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State Historical S0 I, y
A Newspaper That Gives The News Fifty-two Hecks Each Year For $1,50.
MARCH IT. 910.
N U"M HER 1 1
"An Ounce of Prevention" A check
account will run your business without a
"hitch". When you pay by check, you
get an itemized receipt for every bill.
Then, too, you have a complete record
of receipts and expenditures in your
pass book. Wc invite you to open a
check account with us. Your account
small or large- will receive attention a
bovc the average.
Interest Paid on time
Webster Coilnty Bank,
CAPITAL $25,000
B. F. Mizer, President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
B. F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
S. R. Florance.
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Pretty Cottons - Beautiful Linens
Handsome Woolens - Gorgeous Silks
Yard upon yard of the New I 9 1 0
Dress Fabrics
We handle nothing but Reputable
Every article bearing our personal guarantee. We show
Hothing but the Up-To-Date Styles. When selecting your
Spring needs call at
1H Miner Bros. Co.
General Merchants
We will be pleased to show our goods at any and all times,
and we assure you courteous treatment.
r. . ,, . . e Soo Dr. Stockman for eye glasses
A rCW if the UOOfl I mng! Satisfaction guaranteed.
mil Pickle ,Copcri,ossiTlipf1iipf $1 5ft a vpw
sour rifuies ioc " ne i,mer $i.du a year.
Sweet Pijklcs " ' "' - - -
Hulk Olives loo" " i 111 i n l
nurse itudioh ioo perbottio k, Khode Island Red
Catsup ",tJ " ''
coicry itciiHh ioo ' hggs ror Sale
Mustard 1f "JKlnwip n .. ni 1 r n
Otemurgerine UutiiT. . .'2s) 2:.o per lb V torn Pure lilood harm Range
Oysters '" fltle per ,qt j Fowls.
The tH Avenue Meat MatHct Mrs. T. W. White
Julm Kuthjoii move. I onto the Mizer
fiirm lust week.
(Jeo. Baylor rented Homer Honcr's
fiirm for the coming year.
lieo. Pioroo is quite hick. Thoy bad
to call tbo doctor twice last Monday.
Mrs. ltcnso'h nephew and niece spent
Saturday and Sunday with them on
the farm.
Ij. C. Kngolhurdt shelled about 2.000
bu. of corn for ltasser. Uustand Hense
l.ip.t week.
Ciasoline seems to be all some autos
need, some of them found it out when
they had to walk or send for some of
the necessary.
Spring is on, the farmersnre getting
ready to sow oats, the women are
swapping eggs and sotting incubators
at 13c per pound and eggs at 30c a
dozen, the women will all bo wearing
Charles (luy is still very ill.
Oscar Monia lias moved to his farm.
J. S. (Jleason is building a porch or
two on his house.
Alva Stickley's little two year old
daughter hirx been very ill.
Itobuil .Jewell is improving the last
few days. He was very low for more
than a week.
Juntos Young has two very sick
children but both aro thought to bo a
little bettor.
Witt. Ityher has been very sick for
soverul days but was much bettor the
first of this week.
Tim Ileiidriekson isbuihliuga hoitso
for J. II. C'rurv on one of the farms
north west of town.
Mrs. Wade and daughter are staying
at H M liner's at present. Sho is
thinking of buying rosidonee property
Harvey 13 alley after a visit with re
lat ives here, at Hod Cloud and at Cowles
litis returned to his farm at Mitchell,
S. B. Kly and family came up from
Reynolds and spent the Urstof the week
with the Kly and Vuughan families
here and to greet Carroll Willhan and
family who arrived hero Monday.
C. F. Panzer moved this week to his
farm, and Frank Shadley and family
will occupy the Panzer property thus
giving Mrs. Thortott possession of tho
Malouey residence which she recently
Hev. (J. W. Pool preached a splendid
sermon Sunday morning. A ladies'
double quartette- sang a beatlful se
lection. They wore Mesdames, Fair
field, Holes, Roland, Hunt and Misses
Cooper, Vance, Dickerson and Pool.
Geo. F. Hunt and Carroll Wllihan
and families arrived by toam Monday
from Lakowood, New Mexico. Thoy
are glud to got back homo and all
thoir friends aro delighted that thoy
aro back again in good old Nebraska.
They drove- througit In six weeks lack
ing one day.
Mrs. Sena Hartzell Wallace the
noted W. C. T. U. worker will locture
here on Thursday evening March 24
at tho Baptist church and Friday overl
ing March 25 at the Opera House. All
cordially invited. Admission free.
A collection will be taken. He sure to
hour this gifted lady lecture.
While sitting in a buggy wuiting
for another lady Mrs. E. C. Crlsty was
thrown to the ground striking against
a tree hi her fall. Thu horse suddenly
took fright at something and cramped
the buggy throwing tho lady out.
Her face was severely bruised but other
wise she was not much hurt which
scents almost a miriclo under tho circumstances.
Mr. Hull moved to town Friday and
Mr. Wiggins moved in the same day.
Lewis Mauley and Guy Haines went
to (ittido Hock Tuesday on business.
Artie Hlcherson is going lo do the
bossing on the Wiggins place this
Kd Perry and Hlllio Coons of (iuide
Ilock werccallorsat (Juy HurnosThuih
day night.
Sam Shuck was on wind mill row
Tuesday with a line bunch of cattle
consisting of about 100 head
Mr. Hall had a good sale Thursday
stuff sold well and it amounted to a
bout thirty live hundred dollars.
Kobert Buitty left Thursday night
for Sheridan, Wyoming after a month's
visit with his sister, Mrs. Ij. A. Manly.
The surprise party at Manly Hros.,
was a success and every body had a
good timo and stayed until the little
Rood Davis and Kaley took thoir
cattle to lied Cloud Saturday and
shipped them to market they looked
pretty good.
Charley Smith had quite an accident
the other day while earring his mules
and was between them one knocked
him over in under the other one and
it tromped him pretty bad.
Frank Amuck is the puglist of wind
mill row He is practicing for the
nigger heavy weight. He takes a round
with the hogs for past time but he
hurt his (1st u little and he says that
goes with the business
Alfred Mauley has quite an eye for
business as he was seen on wind mill
row with two nice pieces of dress goods
in under his arm and wo wonder what
Is going to happen for ho went to town
and got a dress pattern the next day.
Congratulations Alfred.
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Scene at Frank Amacks
Photographed By Lou Manley
About sixty friends and neighbors went with well (Hied baskets to Frank
Amacks and surpr'tstd his good nattired wife on lior birthday on the slxthj
Everybody seemed to have a good timo pitching horse Mines until they hol
loed dinner and then everybody done his licst. But thoy wero careful for tho
Coroner was there and no one seemed anxious to nive him a job and after
dinner Mr. Manley took a picluio of the whole crowd and then the children
and several other's pictures and lie got one of Clyde Simpson which looks like
the last of the Mongolians and they gave Mrs. A mack a nice rocken chair
and told her to use it and let Frank do the work.
For S.t.r.: Two typewriters good as
now, one Smith Premier and one Rem
ington, inquire at this oilhv.
The, Memory.
A chief of police reports that many
oi uiu criiiimms who cumi) mmei him
charge confess that their fall came as
a result of reading exciting Itales of
crime. These stories are forgotten
porhaps for years, or until the einer
gencv arises, and then there Hashes
j through the mind the plot or device
cleverly suggested liy those early stor
ies. In the belief that he will not be
caught, the tempted man repeats some
one experience with, as he thinks, a
little added cunning. Tho result is
One of the mo eminent surgeons in
New England recently said, "I was in
fluenced more in my early days by
reading The Youth's Companion than
by any other factor." Successful men
from every walk of life voluntarily
testify that some influence in early
life, sueh as reading stories of really
heroic men and women, has hclpod
' thein to solve difllcultles and to be
fearless in right doing mid at crucial
, periods. You may look through any
! irimber of The Youth's Companion,
and a sample copy of any current issuo
will be sent you on request, -and you
j will find that while The Youth's Com
panion prints stories that are enter
taining and oftentimes most exciting,
(here is never one that suggests evil
See The Chief for job work.
Josh Billings Says:
"Life is short. If it ain't jolly it ain't
worth living."
You miss your share of fan and pleasure if you oiait for that
Why not buy it now. We have an easy
payment planask about it.
A complete clean stock of ma
chines and a full list of records.
Victors $10 to $750. Records 60c to 7
Edison $12.50 to $200. Records 35c to $1.
Miss Julia Kngels is on tho sick list
this week.
T W. White went to Bladen with n
load of seed corn .Saturday.
G. Harnesand wife stayed over nlghl
atC. Smith Friday night.
Mshoris improving tho good wciith
by cutting tocks on Saturday
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