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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1910)
In tho principals of good bunking Ib
that of SAFETY. It Is the one thing
of all othois that should inilueiiee the
lepohltor as to placing
A Bank Account
SVo call nttontion to the recent Hwom
statement, as to the condition of this
Dank, and know that it will convince
you of tho safety of your deposit with
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.
Chan. Gurncy has a gasoline engine
to pump water on his north farm
Wm. Engels is now located on the
fai m. May his crops be bounteous.
Ed. 8herer is listing 'corn for Mr.
Dngels as he moved out too late to
put all his crops in.
Mrs. A. Goth and children are visit
ing at her parents, Mr and Mrs.
Engels. Mr. Goth is in Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin. Mr. and Mrs.
Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. Rust and
Mr. and Mrs. Howe visited at W. S
Mr. Parker who lived on Benso's
farm reports he is well pleased with
eastern Kansas. Crops promises good
fend fruit is immense.
Maunders Bros, are putting a cement
bridge in on tho Red Cloud andCowles
road which will be a big improvement
and convenience to travel.
Vern and Charlie Emick want to St.
Tho society met with Mrs. Mat Dean
Miss Mary Holcomb visited Miss
Dolllo Rasser Monday.
Miss Mao and Horace Friable return
ed from Beaver City Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew King aud lid
King called on John HolcotnbV Sun
Mr. Kent of lied Cloud wrii around
writing up life insurance for tho
Woodmen Accident Association.
Ed Rasser aud son Henry left for
Milwaukee Tuesday morning to visit
relatives and friends. We all wish
them a pleasant journey.
YOU CAN BUY OF THE
Red Cloud Hardware and
An Old Reliable Delaval
Cream Separator, 500 lbs.
Capacity for $57-50
This add Brought to Our store
M is good for $2.50 on the Pur-
1 chase of tht above seperator.
Claado Pierce has been visiting at
the home of Bert Blair and family.
Mrs. Bornard Hulsebush and Miss
Lacy Decker were on tho streets of
Guide Hook Saturday. Mr. Peterson
took them down in his auto.
Every body is about through plant
ing corn so of course the rain camo
Just about right. But we will have to
hurry and get our cultivators ready,
For the corn will bo coming aud also
Edward McDonald and wife of Hast
ings visited her mother Mrs. Ed Himes
this week. A largo crowd of neighbors
and friends gathered iu and serenaded
them. After tho troats the ovening
was spout in amusement. We all
wish them much joy and happiness.
A fine rain Saturday afternoon and
The prospects of an oata crop in
Garfield look One.
N. P Campbell took a load of hogs
to Red Cloud Tuosday.
Guy Barnes and wife called on
Frank A mack 'a Sunday.
Will Fisher and daughters took
dinner at Frank Alles' Sunday.
Most of the farmers are done plant
ing corn for tho first timo and aro
Mr. Jackson drove two car loads of
cattle to Guide Hock Saturday night
and shipped thum to market Sunday.
Mrs. L. Alles of Hod Cloud is visit
ing with her bons, Frank and Charloy
Ailes and old ncighboib in Garfield
Guy llarnes, Frank Amaok, Alfred
and Pete Muuloy and Will Fisher at
tended tho Odd Follow lodgo on Mon
A Newspaper That Gives The News Fifty-two
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA,
Clydo Simpson went to Armour,
Nebr., to visit his intended and staid
h week. Tho next timo we expect ho.
will movo down
Guy thirties has quit the goat busi
ness. He sold tho lust ono at a bar
gain for f0 cents aud gave a man a
dollar to deliver it.
All those in need of a summer house
will do well to call on Louis Manley
and get his pattern for he just uses a
ball of binding twino and a lath.
Tho party at Mr. Whites's last Fri
day night was quito a success. Every
body had a good time and supper was
served at twelvo o'clock and all went
home feeling better.
. RtRtlift the White Plasiie.
Tho sato of Iowa has hlrad'''a
preaoher for the past four.ycars to do
nothing but travel around aud tell the
people to btay at home, work little,
eat plouty of raw eggs and not worry.
It has organized the most extensive
"Cheer Up" system ever perfected. It
urges every citizen to wear the smile
"that won't come off" and to take no
heed of a possible tomorrow of suffer
ing, misery and death.
Now and thon this preacher takes u
Hying trip to other parts of the coun
try: Colorado, New Mexico, Texas
and similarly famous health resorts.
Every timo he returns more firmly
convinced of the merit of tho work he
is carrying on and more eloquent in
his exhortations to do little, breathe
plenty of fresh air and eat plenty of
wholesome food Last summer he
visited Colorado Springs and El Paso
and came face to face with the hectic
cheeked exiles from home, who wear
ily asked him for the latest word from
loved ones and dolorously coughed
their way down the street, shunned of
all the native-born.
"Don't, don't let them continue to
come out here for treatment and to
die of homesickness," urged town
after town. "It's the separation from
home and loved ones that is killing
them, rather than the consumption.
It's the breaking up of established
habits, the tearing of life oat by the
very roots that is maklug the cheek
redder and the cough more racking.
Three-fifths of those who come here as
"lungers" go back home as corpses.
While thev keep soul and body togeth
er thoir life is miserable. We can't
tako them into our homes, they
aro "unclean." They are strangers in
a strange land, exiles if thero ever
woro any. They live apart until
finally tho homesickness und( the
chango do Che work aud the fight is
over. If you have auy of the milk of
human kindness loft in your body
keop your whito plague victims at
homo where they can either bo cured
or can die iu comfort. We don't want
thom and can do nothing for them."
From "To Got Well at Home," in Juno
Technical World Magazine.
EcoMoy Sttck Pender.
Tho name "Econonry" stands for
quality in the stock po'wder world.
Eveu our competitors acknowledge
that the Economy Stock Powders are
the standard. With us, the quality
goos in before tho name goes on. We
are uot making a cheap powder but
aro making tho best that money can
buy, using only the best and purest
drugs that tho market affords. This
is the reason of our largo business
aud the popularity of tho Economy
Stock Powder. Men who food Econ
omy Stock Powder do not lose their
hogs. Wo give protection ugainst all
diseases common to the hog family.
If you arc now feeding them your
neighbor will toll you of their super
ior value. Tens of thousands of satis
fied customers will tell yon how they
saved thoir hogs and made money by
feoding Economy Stock Powder. We
have a positivo worm cxpeller, blood
purifier and general conditioner. We
will give tlOOO.OO if we cannot expel
worms from any herd of wormy hogs.
Call at our ollloe and we will
give you any information. If this is
impossible write or phone na and w
will call at your place and 4 all la
ar power for yon. Ton eke do le
tekaU trUaf Uiul Th will ftfttt
Weeks Each Year For $1.50.
thom for sale at thu Hod Cloud Haul
ware vl Implement Company, Hod
Eco.vitin Hon v Cai 1 1.1: Powdeii Co.
11. K. Cooi'Cit, Guido Rock, Agent.
Kcnl Estate Transfers,
Transfers i eported by tho Foi t Ab
stract Co. for tho weelc ending Wed
nesday, May 18, 1010.
John S. Motter to Arthur W.
Smith, no sw, se nw 20-1-10, wd
A. F. Hartwell to C It. fc Q. H.
R. Co., pt n4 no, no no 2-1-12.
Charles Spence ot-ul to Frauk
W. Conuor, lots 8, 0, Blk. 10,
Bladen, wd 11200
H. Q. Sawyer to Stella Kennedy,
sub div lot 17, Itlk 1, Inuvnle,
Chaney Sawyer to George It.
Uouchin, lots 4, 5, in 15-1-V wd 4200
James H. Watt to Benjamin F.
Wat, und H sw, w se 27-1-10,
Richard A. Turner torM Amuck
nerjo 15-1-11, wd 7000
Richard A. Turner to Ed Amaok
und' J a no 15-1-11, wd .... 7000
Ed Arpack to Nancy J. Turner,
und K s H ne 15-1-11, wd 7000
Ed A mack to Nancy J. Turner,
uenol5-)-ll, wd 7000
J. M.Roland to C. L Columbia,
lots 4, 5, 0, Blk. 4, Vanccs add
to Guide Hock, wd 2000
Jerome's. Emigh to Wilber G.
Hamilton, lots 18, 10, Blk. 20,
Smith & Moore's add to Red
Cloud, wd 125
David E Crom to P. 11. Nlspel,
lots 11, 12, Blk G, Bladen, wd 1
David E. Crom to P. E. Nispol,
n lot 0, all lot 5, ltlk. 3,
Spenccs add to Bladen, wd . . . . 1
Milo H. Thomas to C F. Cather,
lots 3, 4, n & 5, ltlk 1, Volsera
add to Red Cloud, qcd 10
Clarence S. Jones to Geotge L.
Columbia, part lotB 7, S, in 15-1-9,
'Mortgages released, S783U.00
Report or tbe Condition
Webster County Bank
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA,
Charter No. 1049, incorporated In tho Htutu of
Nebraska, at tho .clone of buslnetH May II,
l.onna nndlDIscounts .. .. (43,76.1.05
Furniture and Fixtures 1,600.00
Current ex pontics and taxes pnld .... IU.7J
Duo from national and titntr
Chccka and Items, of xclianK
Currency .,.....,............. 2,700.00
Gold coin .... 735.00
Hllver, nlckclB and eent ........ 448.(K
Total cash on hand SJ.tJJH.M
Capital Block paid In . ... tE.OOO.OO
Undivided profits 031.10
Individual dopottts subject
to check 33.J12.U0
Demand certificate of de
Tims certificate of deposit 0,0111.00
Total deposit i0,TX:ia
County of Wvbuter. y
I, H. It. Plohance, cafthler of the above
nainid bauk, do hereby swear that the abovo
statement Is a correct and true copy of tho
report made to the Htato Banking Hoard.
H. K. FLOHANCi:,
II. F.Mizkii, Director.
W. M. CuAlin.l,, Director.
(Subscribed and sworn to before me Intt
18th day of May 1010. A. 1). Hem.aiih,
(hkal.) Notary Public.
Corner of 0th Avenue and chestnut Htrett.
10 a. m ....... Hnbbath Hchool
11 n. m. .... l'rtachlne
7:15 p. m. .. .... Christian Worker' Hand
8-00 p. m. -...- .. .1'reachlne
All are Invited to attend.
J. K. J AiuiOK, Minister.
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Kt. J. U BalM, fastor.
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Take a Wak
to tbe Ball Game
There's twice the fun for those
Let us instruct you in the easy, all-by-daylight way of Picture Making.
Kodaks; $5.00 to $111.50. Brownies, $1 to $12
E. H. NEWHOUSE Prop
Jewtlmrs A Optometrists
HOW MONUMENTS ARE MADE BY
OVERING BROTHERS and CO.,
THE MONUMENT MEN,
Red Cloud, - - Nebraska.
Artistic, Carriage, Sin and
At Mliran's Old lumber Yard
All First Cliss Wark Curanteed.
Set Tke Chief for
up - to - date job work.
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