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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 8, 1910)
VOLUME xxxv n I.
A BUSINESS MAN'S BANK
is ours, because we give .special at
tention t tin accounts of the business
inn. It Is not only our desire to
SEE OUR- DEPOSITS GR.OW
Inu wo arc equally desirous wf seeing
our customers' business irrow success
fully as well, and wo are always ready
to extend accommodations and con
veniences to our deserving eustoniers.
They are welcome to our advico at all
Interest Paid en Time Deposits
Webster County Bank,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
B. F. Mizcr, President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
B. F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
S. R. Florance.
Dan Llndsoy is putting up hay on
the Warnoclc place
.?. II. Ellingcr and wifo are at the
State Fair Hits week.
Wm. Engols is making a cement
water tank. They are becoming quite
L. Craig is doing some fall plowing
on. the Warnook farm He will move
onto it nc.vt opting.
Haying between shosvors is not as
pleasant as might be, but it makes us
good pastures and wheat ground never
Itlllie Kudrna lias moved tho bouse
off his father's place onto his own and
'building onto it. It will make him a
A few Items from our Large Stock of Dry Goods
The most servicable wrap one can have is a
Our line of sweaters was selected with the most
care as to style, price and quality. Before buy
ing your sweater inspect our stock as we can
save you money.'
Children's cotton sweaters 50c
" all wool sweaters in plain stitch 75
Misses all wool sweaters in fancy wave weave
$1.50 and $2.50.
Misses part wool sweaters at $1.50
Ladies sweater in plain and fancy weave from
$1.50 to $5.00.
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Silk ! Silk ! ! Silk ! ! !
A new line of fall silks in all the Plaids in waist
lengths only one of a pattern at $1.00 a yard.
Fancy foulards 27 inches wide at $1 a yard.
Black guaranteed silk 36 in wide at $ 1 .00 to $ 1 .50 a yd
Poiu de Soie 36 inches wide at $1.50
A large line of new patent leather belts all red and all black also a
of soft leather belts in navy blue, grey, tan and black.
PHONES: KuralC3. Bell, Black 41,
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School begun Monday.
Trenching next Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lewis left for
St. I'nul Saturday.
Quite a number were in Kansas this
week buying peaches.
Miss Grace Frisbio left Monday to
attend sohool at Lincoln.
A car load of hogs was shipped in
Sunday for the Milling ""Co.
Lucius Fribble left Saturday fcr
Superior where he will teach this
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Harris and Mr.
and Mrs Clar Cox returned home from
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kasser, Mr.
and Mrs. Gotolicb Rassor and Mr. and
Mrs. John Holcomb and 'daughter
pent Sunday at John Saladens.
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A NcMSiai:r That filvcs The Mews Fifty-two
KED OliOUl), aSiEBRASIvA, SI3PTICMHI2H
Mr. and Mrs. Juice I'Vy and Mr and
Mrs. Jolmle Itasser Sundayed at
Ilnnk Hasser is going to talce the
State Fair in this week. Ho says lie
won't iret lift for ho lias been to Mil
Haiti every other nlgh't and not vciy
g.nul hay weather. s
Henry Hanson bought it n'ee horse
from Charley Wolfe.
IVte and Alfred Mauley went to
lodge Monday night.
Clyuo Pierce was a pleasant caller
on T. W Whites Sunday.
Frank Atnack returned from the
west with u carload of stock Sundny.
Mr. linker tho Knwleigh Medicine
man was on wind mill row the llrst of
School commencod on Monday tho
fifth in district 85 with Mrs. Waslcom
Grandpa Harnos left for a visit in
I own and expects to be gone tho most
of the winter.
Charley Campbell lost a steer in tho
pasture killed by lightning lie thinks
but no insurance.
Mauley Oros. have bought a farm on
tho other side of the river. Wo hato
to loose thoin but are glad to see them
get a farm of their own.
The most of the Garfield folks at-
jteudod tho Woodman play at the opera
house or the negro show in lied Cloud
Saturday night. They wore both good
Clyde Pierce was at Will Fishers
Sunday with that hungry look of his
and wo hopo lie got filled up for ho
ato a thirty pound mollon every fit teon
minutos all day lie left looking
better but feeling vorse.
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Aboro wo show tho UUKrfUN unit tha others''
y tamed InsUle out-aoto tho ulCTorcuoo.
Iu hose for children havo the best
gritdo at the price thai money can buy
Children's double knee, heel and too
stocking at !2,JaO
Fine dressy lxl rib hose, and at the
same time good wearing hose double.
knee U thread heel toe at .,15c
Better grado for Misi.es at 25c
Heavy grade for boys at 25c
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Weeks Eanli Year For 51.50.
Hustings Mllnor is still on the sick
The tinkle Hook
Mr. (itirrihfin was taken to the sani
tarium S'intlny for treatment.
Kov. Pool hold meeting a few even
ingitat the Ash Crock appointment,
Joe lloskins has moved into the P.
!. Fairlleld house vacated by N. W.
Miss Mary licit, is sowing this week
at the homes of Mrs. K. M. Parker and
Mrs. ( ha. Hodges.
Tile Baptist people had a merry
pound social Monday evening for their
new pastor Rev. Kolibins who recentlj
moved from Missouri.
Quarterly conference vwih held at
tho M E. church here Thursday p. m.
Rev. X. A. Martin, District Superin
tendent being present.
S. It. Mclutlrc who has assisted J.
T Mason witli painting and paper
hanging all summer returned Monday
to hs home iu Kansas.
J. S. Largout tins been up from
Texas to visit with his sister Mrs. J.F.
Hich who is liore from ltrldger, Mon
tana spending a few weeks with her
mother and other relatives here.
Miss Francis Martin and Mr.Charles
Jorgonson were marriod Sunday at
the home of the bride's uncle and aunt
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Pettit by the Kov.
Dcakiu of Cowlcs. Miss Lottie Deal;
In played the wedding march. (July
relatives were In attendance. The
young people will reside in Omaha.
The W. C. T. U., elected its new
officers last week.
, Mrs.F. W. Kailey, President.
Mr. John Yutfg, Vice President.
Mrs. G. M. Albin, Treasurer.
Mrs. Clarence Guy, Keu'diug Sec.
Miss Ella V. VunWoert, Cor. Sec.
The vice presidents of the various
iMcs. Wm Miner, Methodist.
,Mr3.'J II. Crary, Christian,
Mrs. O. F ScuOrbaofier, Uvtuigelical..
Mrs. L. W Ely, Baptist.
Other otllcers are to be appointed
When a solicitor for business
tells you all about the "other
fellow's" goods, it is a pretty
sure sign that he is
When a solicitor explains why
he can offer you better value
for your money, it is a sign
he believes in legitimate
If a man tells you how the
"other fellow" will "do you up"
If you deal withhim.it is time
to wonder whether this man is
.If a man satisfactorily ex-
'plains why he, himself, is able
'and willing to give you the
( better service, he might well
I A FAIR COMPETITOR;
I A Salesman should know the
quality of his own goods, and
Derogatory Statements Con
cerning them should- not be
given credence without prool,
Honestcompctition is the life
of trade, and if both buyer
Jancl seller would "prove all
things and hold fast to that
which is good" the "knocker'
Nvould have to quit business ..
5s. V, ARG ABRIGHT
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There are times when a whole lot de
pends on the watch you carry. If
you buy your watch here there'll be no
missing of trains or engagements, no
being late on account of your watch.
In This Jewelry Store
You can select a watch at a moderate price or
one as expensive as you care to go. But no
matter what you pay you'll have a watch well
worth carrying. A good 17 Jewel Watch
man's size 20 year guaranteed case, $12.50.
SATISFACTION OA? MONEY BACK
E. H. NEWHOUSE Prop
Jmwmltrs A Optometrists
They All Agree
when it comes to a live cent smoke
that tho It-B cigars are in a class by
themselves. They are mild, mellow
and rich. They burn evenly draw
fr.ely and havo a fine flavor. Try one
and you will keep on trying liko the
rest of "the boys."
A. A. HART
City Bakery and Restaurant.
E. A. THOMAS
Dr. T. A. Trumble, D. D. S.
Over Cotling's Drug Store.
HOUKS OP SHUVIUK AT I'ONUItKOA
lUMmscliool.. ... 10 a. iu.
ITcachln ..... - II n. in.
Preaching services H i. in.
l'rnyer ami Conference nicotine Wednes
day at 8 p. in.
A cordlnl Invitation Is ox ten dud to all.
Hkv. A. A. Ohkssman rastor.
J The Chief $1.50i
is th only kind that gos with some
thitigs. W minti of course when
you'r going to din.
FARE AND SER.VICE
at this restaurant are both finest in
the land. See our menu isn't it ap.
petizing ever iu reading? It's best
though in tho eating. Come in and
The Bon Ton Bakery and Restaurant
H. Neuerburg, Prop.
.S. J. UNNENGHAM
Successor to Dr. J. S. IsMlON
At tho old stnnd over the
State Bank. Fhoncfl3fl.
THE Chicago Specialists!
Chronic and Serious Diseases, Only.
Rod Cloud, Royal Hotol
Consultation Free, in Geiman and
Friday. September 9th
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