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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 2, 1910)
OUR DEPOSITS GROW
becauso the people of W'ibster County
realize that wo uro giving excellent
service in our manner of handling busi
ness men's bank nceountb.
The Reason Is Plain
us its due to courteous troatmout to
nil and liberal accommodation com
bined with safety.
Wo especially solicit YOUR account.
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.
L. Dally and family spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Herriok Sun
dayed at Ray Cochrano's.
Thero has been quite r few cases of
whooping cough In the neighborhood
Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter are the,
proud parents of a baby boy who made
his appearance last Friday.
There was a big crowd out to church
t 41 Sunday afternoon. Quito a few
were obliged to remain out side.
Sunday School at Lone Tree is im
proving. The hour is ten thirty, a. m.,
and every one is cordially Invited to
The Fanner's Croek Telephone Co..
lias been making some changes in the
lines the last week, whether for better
or worso is yet to appear.
TheW. C. T. U., met Wednesday
Hfternoon with Mrs. J. J. CaBsell.
Mrs. Abe Schobourg has been enter
taining her mother from Holdrege.
Mrs. L. O. Smith is still very ill at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Thornton.
Mrs. H. F. Wirt and children are
spending a few weeks with relativcsat
J. L. Phillips and wife of Valisco,
Iowa, have been visitiug here with
old friends. They formerly lived here.
Mr. and Mrs. John (Jleason spent
several days with their children over
near tho state line. They also visited
at Burr Oak.
Wm. Rooves and family were visit
lug relatives and friends hero over
Sunday. Tlioy expect to make their
home in Denver.
YOl) CAN BUY OF THE
Red Cloud Hardware and
An Old Reliable Delaval
Cream Seperator, 500 lbs
Capacity for $57-50
This add Brought to Our store
is good for $2.50 on the Pur
chase of the above seperator.
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Harvey I'arsons of Cloud County,
Kansas took his sister, Mrs. John
Mason by surprise by dropping lu
N. W. linker who was severely In
jured in a run-a-way acoident several
weeks ago is much improved but not
yet able to take up his work for tho
Rnwleigh Medicine Company.
At the last regular meeting the De
gree of Honor Lodg- was treated to
Icecream and cake. Mrs. Henlgan
was initiated that evening by the
team. The other new members who
were initiated at a previous meeting
ore: Mrs. Scott, Miss Verna Scott, Miss
Llllio Frlnger und Mrs. E. B. Crary.
T. W. White sowed his alfalfa on
George Harris out his alfalfa on
Mrs. Spencer Andrus is on the sick
list this week.
Another fine Nebraska rain on
Mr. Saylor bought a new mowing
Will Fishei sowed his millot with a
press drill Monday.
George Pope and son was out on
wind mill row Sunday.
About every body in Garfield is busy
in tho first crop of alfalfa.
Cutting and stacking alfalfa is the
order of tho day in Gurlleld.
Bert King's and Ciiris Hansen's
called on Joe Mudd's Sunday.
Charlev Smith and John Merrill
were on wind mill row Saturday.
Louis Manley and wife called on
friondb in Kansas Saturday and Sun
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JUNE
T. V. White's brother came In from
Lincoln Tuv&dav morning to stny a
T. W. White and family culled on
Charley Wolfe Sunday and told fish
Quite a number of folks got mined
in and had to stay all night in town
George Harris has a now Jay Hawk
hay stacker and ho says bring on your
hay I will pitch it.
Chris Hansen lost a nice steer in
Fisher's pastuio last Thursday night.
It was struck by lightninir.
Mrs. N. P. Campbell is Improving
nicely from the operation and could
not expect one to do any butter.
Abby Manley and wifo are visiting
with Manley Bros., a fow days before
they go to tho north cast cortierof tho
Gcorgo Houohin has bought a farm
down by Guide llock and now as he
has n cago ho is looking for a bird to
put in it. Hurry up Gcorgo for we all
The corn is making about one good
jump a day now and the weeds aro
making about two per day and the
farmer has to make about three "per
day to keep up his end of tho row.
Emily McCall visited at her sister's,
Mrs. Jos. Crow's last week.
Most of the farmors wauted rain and
they cut their alfalfa and it soaked
the most of it.
This feels like the good old summer
time. We will soon seek "the old
Jack McArtliur built a large cement
tank on his farm. It looks all O. K.
and will not dry out and leak like
Another good rain last week has
given tho small grain a big boost
especially the wheat. It may give us
a fair crop yet.
Miss Julia Engols went to Colorado
Wednesday. She will stay with her
brother, Arthur near Llmon for a
oonple of years.
Miss Lora Weesner closed a success
ful nine months term of school at
Sunny Side Diet. 75. She gavo the
pupils a picnlo at Maurer's grove
Thursday. Miss Weesner has baen a
prompt and efficient teacher with the
good will of both scholars and parents.
A goodly number In this vacinlty at
tended the Decoration services at Red
Cloud Monday in loving remembrance
of loved ones gone to tholr last rest.
May some ono drop a flower over our
grave or strew a fow in our pathway
before wo go, thornless one would 1 o
Quito a nice crowd out to Endeavor
Suuday night. Come again.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlio Frlsbie visited
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Harris Sunday.
Miss lierthu Doylo and Miss Cora
Wcosnor were in Cowles Saturday
Miss Mary Holcomb visited her
grand parents in Rod Cloud this week.
Quite a fow wore decorating the
graves at Pleasant Hill Sunday even
ing. Mrs. Sam Millor of Hobron has been
visiting friends at Kcd Cloud and
Miss Ha.ol Saladun and Mr. Amos
Dillon spent Sunday with Ileit Blair
Mr. and Mrs. I. Frisbie and sou were
calling on Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew King
Mrs. Ed Mines and son Frank went
to Hastings to visit her daughter, Mrs
Lucius Frisbie has returned homo
for his bummor vacation. Ho has been
teaching at Geneva.
Walter lla&sor has been seou on tho
streets of Red Cloud over Sunday oven
Ing. What is the attraction Walter.
Mr. and Mrs. Alf. Saladon and
daughter spont a fow days visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Durrot.t who llvo in Kansas.
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mi .nun 11 ,-, nirit'r mwr nun intiiii
ter. and Mr. und Mrs. Kied Kinlek and
son spent Sunday at tho home of their
mother, Mis. John Ktnlck.
Miss (Vim WocMier closed a success
ful term of ulionl ut Pleasant Hill
last Frlihi". Thov Have a dinner for
tho children and their put-cuts ami all
hnd a Hue time.
Mrs Davis of lied Cloud was visit
lug her son Morgan over Sunday
Mr. James Saunders Is building a
now addition to his property in town.
Mrs Wilson of Malcom, Nebraska is
here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr Ray Scott our industerous Itcst
urunt man is having a soda fountain
The Cowles Base Ball team is billed
to play ball with Guide llock next
Thursday on the homo grounds.
Tho Red Cloud High School Haso
Ball Team is scheduled to cross bats
with the Cowlcsites next Friday.
, Miss Avos Riotioy returned Saturday
from Riverton where she has been
visiting Miss Leonard of that place
and who was a former teacher nt this
Decoration Day Exercises wcro held
at the M. E. Church Sunday where
there was an extra large crowd In at
tendance. ,Rcv. Stilller of Red Cloud
gave a very fine nddrcBS.
G. A. Wolls is making quite on 1m
provement on his property on Main
street. He moved it back about
twelve feet and put a higher foundat
ion under it and is going to put a new
porcli on and a yard fence.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Good, and their
son Walter left on the train Wednes
day for Hastings where they expect to
start with their Auto for an extended
vlbit throught tho east and south.
They cxpeot to be gone Bomo months
and stop at all of tho prlnoipal cities.
We wish them a happy and successful
Subscribe for the Chief.
The owners of lots fronting on South
Seward Street near Division stroot had
becomo so ncglactful of their property
that the weeds grew so high that one
could not pass along the walk without
getting tnoir clothes (drabbled. Be
coming tired of brushing big woods
aside tho women went armed with
sickles, scythes and other Implements
and proceeded to demolish the "nusl
ances" In true feminine style. The
ownor ought to take tho lesson to
heart and keep tho weeds! cut in the
To the Teachers ? Webster County.
The regular teacher's monthly ex
amination will bo held ut Rod Cloud
the third Friday and Saturday follow
ing of each month.
Registration hours 8 to 10 a. in. nnd
1 to 2 p. m.
Sinco all schools are closed no de
parture will ho made from tho regular
I am pleased to note that teachers
are beginning early to have their certi
ficates rencwod. The wide awake
energetic teacher will not wait until
the latter part of the summer before
(nullifying. School-boards dislike em
ploying toachers who aro not sure of
It is hoped that evory teacher will
endeavor to make her certificate bettor
this year than last. I hope that the
number of first grado and "With
Credit" and "With Honor" second
grado certificates will increase. Ily
doing so, their grades will become
permanent and wo can devote our
whole time and energyjto our school
work rather than preparing for ex
amination your lifter year.
Let us have our County clear from
emorgeuoy certificates, certificates
issued with blank grades, or even
Take a Kodak
There's twice the fun for those
Let us instruct yu in the easy, all-by-daylight way of Picture Making.
Kodaks, $5.00 to $111.50. Brownies, $i to $12
E. H. NEWHOUSE Prop
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THE MONUMENT MEN,
Red Cloud, - - Nebraska.
Artistic Carriage, Sign and
At Sullivan's Old Lumber Yard.
All First Class Work Guaranteed.
See The Chief for
up - to - date job work.
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