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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1911)
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lialihin buiiK-.ss on a hio:id vet
fill aii'l iMiisurvatHo basis, not
'ins lcliinl the pioyichS of tlio batik
liiu ) it-, iK'positori as null.
II I! HOAltD OF MKIXTOU.s
i .nlo up or Micressful btisitiuss men
vl m) poiaoiml success is a guarantee
tin'' tliis bank will be conducted on a
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Webster County Bank,
RED CLOUD. NED.
3. F. Mizer, President. S. R. Florance, Cashier.
3. F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill,
S. R. Florance.
G. C Bailey
All kinds of Elec
Bell phone, Black 20.
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
Moon Block, Red Cloud
In Riverlon every Monday
H FOR all YOUR needsin DRY GOODS
call on F. NEWH01SE.
JFor all your needs of the following goods give us
a call. Ginghams, Percales, India Linons, Flaxons,
Persian Lawn, fancy White goods, Embroideries,
Laces, Silks in plain and fancy, Dress goods, Mus
lins, Longcloth, Table linens, Dress linens.
gmess.rnt mnaii a agfc
Wm. H. Thomas,
Mrs Durbiu, mother of Mrs. Amos
Dilliti, ia on the stele list.
Ktntcr Noble and family intend
moving out to their faint soon.
Mrs. William bnwjer, wim v:ts
siclc last week, Is now tntich bcttur
IRIiss Holla Ferguson took
Tucscay evening- with Mis.
Parker. l '
Mi. V. K. V.iughan is visiting this
week with her daughter. Mis. S. l.
i;i,, at Kcvuolds.
Dm ingan exhibition of fancy tiding
on the stteots Sntiiiibiy itfternnoti .1.
J J. Ulj's II I tic -mi Unbelt wii-) mi oor
but fot tiin.itcly was nut much hint.
Mis. ilendct'soii itnil ilaiighter Uessie
were dinner guests ot Mts lfoocr
hatuidaj. The family lives near Not tli
Branch, Kansas, but epeet to mini' to
the iioriher- pat t of this state in the
To clean up
ers will close
them out at
20 per cent
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This month's Butter ick
are 10c and 15c none
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. V VAWW A U V s.
sii'piisc vu jrivfit V II Mutit i l.adus and Kentleineii stand to .oiif I
i.'iiiiiti, nod wifi- MinUin . Mien tlii'ir feet.
uiiilvrs nppc tied wltb ba-Uets id Ifort'lide Simpson will slnj,' ou to,
K"nd tiling's fur dinnei and piesciited sleep
tl.eiii witb s.ime haud-onie eliina ' Uut then jdiiiih ladies dtm'l be a
dishes II was tin twentieth allliher- lartued i
siity ot their tu.it naf(i . I''ir Clide has rented a good sled faint,
Mrs mekson mid Mrs. Kobett Mc
Iti.dtt vMiii! .limn f iDin Ke.il Cluiu
Tut'sduv on business connected with
the county work id the W. C. T U.
The meet! tig was held at the homo of
Mis II. V Hubbard and was attend'
ed by the county olliceis and the ex
omttUu otllcers of the (Snide Kock
(leorgo Hurt is sold a colt the fore
part ot the wool:
Ft ed Smith was n pleasant caller on
wind mill row on Friday und Suturday
Al Smith and purtner was on wind
mill row shelling corn ono day liiHt
A little colder weather siucc tho
ground hog made his visit to this part
of the earth.
George Harris hauled in a tine lot of
hogs on Sat ui day and shipped them to
liouls Muulcjs little daughter Ultima
was quite sick last week but Is some
better at this w tiling.
Mrs. Chris Hansen left for Oklahoma
on Thursday night to visit with fi lends
and i datives for n month.
The basket Mippei and spelling
school was well iitUmdcC In Dtst.S'on
last Ftlday night It put us in mind
of the spelling m-IiomIs we use to hate
it bundled yeais auo for tl was line as
well as instinctive. Paul White stood
up the longest in Otst. vS'i and Inn
I)i a kc was the last one on the Moot
from the south district lint being
' against two school teachers she had to
' j,m. wilj nd then Mr Waskotn sjtell
ed his better ltalt down and all was
Burson hose at
25c and 50c.
Try our Burson
and you will say
they are the
best for the
money you ever
Childreim No Mend
hoso, linen knee, heel
and toe at 25 cents.
And a good grado at
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Weeks Eiicli lrar For $1.50
J Aim is loouin' rot-a partner that he
. ' oi in ills at in-
Mrs. I. tine called ou Mr
Mr. and Mrs. Charles l!ass,.r spent
Sunday at Al Decker's.
The Hoeiety met with Mrs ('. J. Co
in Red Cloud Wednesday
Miss lvn Huft'en spont Monday night
with Miss Mary Holcomb.
After a few weeks illuoss Mr I
Friable is able to be about again.
Mr und Mrs. Charles Frisble spent
Sunduy afternoon at Guide Koclc.
Mr Tnie FrlBbte of Superior spent
Friday and Saturday with his parents.
Mr. nud Mr.s. C. II, Harris, and Mr.
and Mrs. Olarc Cox spent Sunday at
Mr. Amos Dillcn has resigned his
position with Mr. Hulsobuslt and will
work for Starke Brothers the first or
Miss Uollie liusser, Mr. Tom Simp,
son, Miss Mae Frlsbie. and Mr. Joe
Ilritton spent Sunday evening with
Uuth Simpson near Guide Kock.
Mr. am) Mis. Randolph and daugh
terof Iowa, Mi . ICiillein, and Mi. IM
Ktillciu of Ninth Uianch relatives of
Audiew King, spent a few davs with
Mi and Mis ndiew King, Mi and
Mis. John Holcomb. Mr. Kd Kussei,
Mi. Iletny Ibisset. Miss Mar.v Hol
comb, and Hd King spent Sunday at
Mr. and Mrs. Will hnne had the mis
hap of meeting sin auto Saturday just
as he i elicited the top ot the hill b
(iotlicb Rassoi's. Their liotses were
fiightcnod and tipped thcni out and
tlte buggy was badly btoken but no
ono hurt. It was Mr Miner's auto.
He took them to town.
Mrs.t'untis Heal came home Wednes
Thetowill bo the annual .farmers'
institute at Cowles tho twenty-second
of this month.
V. W. Ultchcy attended postollko
Wednesday while Dr. Hall went to
Rod Cloud on business.
A. II Spniclier, H. U Kceuoy, and
A. J (.11 ant each shipped near of stock
to St. Joseph. Mo.. Wednesday.
Mr, Arthur Lacy expects to move
out on his lather's faim tho first or
March. Mr. Darnell, the B .t M.
agent, intends to occupy the house
vacated by him.
Mr. ami Mrs. Allow ay left on the
train Tuesday morning for their home
at Monticollo, Iowa. They have been
keeping house for Juke Fuller for the
lust thrco months.
There will bu a social at tho A. O. U.
V. hall Monday evening under the
auspices of the Christian church. Kv
erybody Is invited to come and be
served with chili and ice cream
Mr. A 'Clark of Kewaunee county,
'111, canto in with an emigrant car
Tuesday nnd will locate on what is
known as tho Lawn linger place south
eastot town, we welcome htm
Mr and Mis Dick Cooper depaitcd
lor Kansas City Monday ovonliiL' Thev
will also go to Jell'otson City and other
poinib in liiu state to look at laud
Mr. Washburn is tonding the elevator
witiie uicic is absent.
Tho small child of Mr, und MVs.
uoyu vnnce aica last Kriauy ami was
burled Sunday In Guide Rock ceme
tery. There were nine uutotnoblles
In the procession. This is the only
funeral, In this county at Ieust, where
automobiles were the only motive
Dr. Albert Boron of Votk, Nob,, ar
rived In our village Tuesday Ho ex
pouts to remain with us Indefinitely.
He is a man of Home exporlonco its ho
pi net iced throo yours in Stillwcll, III.,
and a number of months at Palisade.
Neb, He has rented the house, owned
by Mr. Spracher and will move in
about tho tli st of tho month. Wo wish
m .. aai ihklt' -jm im n ih -- - wi iw.i
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We need some money QUICK. To
get it we are making some extra special
prices on every watch in our stock and
untill February 18th we will sell any
watch in our stock at wholesale cost. This
is the greatest chance you have ever had
to get a watch at such money prices. Our '
stock just now is full and complete but
the prices we are making will soon clean
From this date we dp only a cash busi
ness, selling nothing on time and in order
to make the change we must have money
at once and this is the best way we know
to get it, hence your chance to own a
watch at what it cost us.
Don't delay as the watch you want
may be gone and these prices apply only
to stock on hand.
E. H. NEWHOUSE, Prop.
C. B. & Q. Watch Inspectors.
Skatlnft Rink Rules
Hvenings Hours 7 to 10, lights out
Afternoons 2 to & p. in.
Prices -10 cents in and 15 cents to
Saturday forouoonu for children un
der 13 years of ago 0 to VI a. m price
0 cents In nnd 10 cents to skate.
Wednesday afternoons, 2 to 5, for
Wo will not be responsible for any
accidents which may occtiir but will
do our best to pi event any.
M vM.i Ili.os
rutin Loans Negotcated -Longest
Time Busiest Optional raytnoitts Low
est Rates of Interest on Shortest No
tice 1)A.X (jARIII.lt X Co. At Ciiiek
Roy Rust proprietor of tho Hoy a
Barbor shop has installed an electric
massage machine nnd you are cordial
ly invited to call for a shavo, hntr cut
Jttbt as much cure, in fact u little
more, should be exetuised in buying
electric sad irons, as in buying tiny
thing olso. Some irons use more elec
tricity than others In doing tho same
work. Get your electric irons of
MomiAitT Bros,, they carry theauthcr
Izod iron. He carefull of "just as
good" electric irons.
Jewelers and Optometrists
THEY BUY SH0RTFED STEERS
Illinois Feeders Take What Nebraska
Doesn't Want to Finish.
K. IL Hunter of Red Clond, Neb.,
brought in yesterday two carloads of
choice long yearling Colorado Btecrs
that ho had fed about two months that
brought S5.1K) Thoy weighed a little
better thun 000 pounds. Tho pur
chaser of this bunch of bhortfed steers
was W. E Epperly of Joy, 111. Such
transactions as this occur daily oil this
market. The Illinois fcedcis me here
buying the shortfed iteers from Kan
sas and Nebtaska
I will put thoso steers in the dry
lot and feed them on a ration of corn
and ulovcr hay until Into next sum
mer, or perhaps until September,"
said Mr. Hpperly. "I am a long
feeder. There Is nothing lu short
feeding, or at least I hove soen very
fow cases where it paid out. By the
time l get through with these gtcors
they will top any market the map."
lumsfis City Drover's Journal.
DR. E. A. THOMAS
Dr. T. A. Trumble, D. D. S.
Over Cotting's Drug Store.
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