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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 27, 1911)
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BBD CLOUD, MfillltASIvA. ,H'hV liT, HM1.
n tio Banking Business
there N nothing Unit is stronger thtin
a good name. If It. is the business man
who teiests an accommodation at Ills
hank, the lit sr question If), "does he
hear a good name?'' When
Wo Solicit Your Account
your Hrst thought Is, "has this hunk a
good uutue'.'" hihI we sue proud of the
fact Mint the answer must he "yes," us
we have inmle ti reputation for cour
tesy anil carefulness second to none.
Interest paid on Time Deposits.
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.
Lloyd r'urqubiir ate his Sunday din
tier with Postmaster Parker.
I.. 'I', (ileason came honu' fiom
Republic county, Kansas, Thursday.
1 The Misses Delia and Iietie Feign
son were quests Siindayof Mis. K. M.
Miss (iertrude Lauihett went to Oil
ier 'I'ue.sday to visit her sister, Mrs. I).
m.. io i.,,n .,. nf onu.liM i's Alheit Keener of Uener eiime in
,i,'.. .'.L. f i sU.i- Mis. r. i.'. ! Wednesday morning t( nlteiul th
Mo.unville. funeral t his sister. r
mole will lie a li.ise null mime on
new I .. . .....
ine nome giouuiii mhuiuuv tietweeu
Ab rotter is untiring for Col. Wig
gins Ceoige Harris stacked his wheat
Clyde Uowen traded horses one day
Aubushon Bros, were on windmill
row Thursday. '
Another line rain on Saturday after
noon and evening.
Omer Wolfe baled find hauled, hi?
'bay to town last week.
Murriel and Ethel Fibber are home
after a week's visit in town.
Al Smith and family visited in town
: Saturday nljrht and Sunday.
Mrs. Ida Kent la having a ,nice
oemeut cave built this week.
George Harris shelled his corn on
Thursday and sold most of it right
from the shelter.
Will I'islier was laid mi a part of
last week from one of his mules kick
ing him, but is better now.
Charley Campbell's well played out
on him last week and Tom Mutton is
digging him a new one this week.
Frank McCartei, fromj.Morrlll coun
ty, Nebraska, was in Garfield one day
last week, trying to sell the Dehait
place, which he owns now.
I'liiulcy Foe Is home making a slioit
isit wiili his paicnts.
Mr. I!oss of Hidden is plastering
Wallace Vance's house this week.
Wallace Vance has a new nmtor
ejele In which to inn his mall mute.
Art Vance went to Law lence Wednes
day to assist in a hall game at (hut
-The -little-child of Mr. and Mis.
Yoakle has been ill.
MissVerna Scott is staying with
Mrs. B. A. Hendrlckson.
Reese Thompson and wife of Cowles
were in Guide Rock Monday.
Mrs. C. S. Jones has been severely
ill since Friday of last week.
The Illoomington base ball boys de
feated the Guide Rock team here Monday.
I 10. Full Held is building a
ci.il house on his propel ty in the west
pail of town.
Mis. U. W McCallum is siiueriug
from a senile attack of muscular
Carpenters me again at woik on the
l Ii Watt building and it will be tin
isheil in about two weeks.
Mis. Cathi ine Cov, mother of K .1
Cov, has been in town seveiul days
visiting a number of old time fi lends.
Mrs. Oscar Monla of Supcilor has
been hwre for the past thtce weeks
chi ing lot her mother, Mrs. Cliailes
A huge number from hero atteuded
the chautauqua at Superior Sunday.
Tuesday another huge delegation
Mrs. Charles West Is very III. Mrs.
Eliza Moranvllle of Red Cloud is ex
pected the latter part of the week to
assist in her care.
Mrs. J. S. Gleason was taken sud
denly very ill last Saturday night.
Her granddaughter, Mis. -Gladys
Payne, is staying with her this week.
The Misses Frances GrlfTeth and
Vena Sequish of Munden, Kansas, re
turned home Sunday after a week's
visit with the Misses Vernn and Gladys
F. NEWHOUSE, Dry Goods
Ladies' White Skirts
With o-inch em
and cluster of two
Ladies' White Skirts with three rows lace
insertion and lace edge, $1.00, $2.00, $3.25
Ik I9f Hk
Children's Muslin Drawers
With hemstitched ruffle, sizes
from 2 to 8, at - - 1 3c
With embroidery ruffle, ages
from 2 to 1 2, at - - 25c
Misses' Muslin Drawers '
Misses' Muslin Drawers, 2 tucks with I -inch
embroidery, sizes 8 to 12, at 25c
Ladies low neck Nightdress, with 2 A 1 ff
rows insertion and lace edge in neck, K I lll
3 rows ins'n in sleeve, sleeve lacc-edge H7
Ladies' Nightdresses with 3 rows emb. in-d 1 A A
sertionin yoke, yoke edged with emb., ntM vV
Ladies' extra large Nightdresses, insertion (hi A A
in yoke and embroidery edge, at - - P V-Jly
All three numbers are bargains at these prices
Marde of a good
grade of Black Sat
een, ages from
Agents for Butterick Patterns
TELEPHONES: Independent, 53; Bell, black 41.
InuMile ami Cow les
Kieil Gnnd of Itlne Mill was in
Cowles Wednesd.ir luiiiiinu' the Hank
while V.. 'P. Foe was absent for a day
A number of people tiled to attend
the Oiuutiiiiiuii Sunday but failed on
aecnunt of the bridges lielnif washed
out. A number of autos wcie tiled
out and found wanting a team to pull
I hem out of the mud
Mr and .Mis. Modioli ol Pauline
Xelir . wiii lieie attending the funei.al
of Mis. l'liller. He has a luriii in the
hlue valley and ho said lie just har
vested one of the hii'i;est aPalfa crops
that ho ever had. Mr. Hudson uled
to live out northeast of Cowles.
Miss Avos Hitehey arrived home
from the I'liillipines lust Thiir.sduy
morulup. She hud heen gone nearly
a year and reports having a tine time.
Her brother has lived there a number
of years aud is practicing his profess
ion as u lawyer. Mitts Avos thinks
she may return sometime to the land
of ever blooming tlowers and where
the grass stays green.
The village was startled Tuesday
morning on learning of the death of
Mrs J L. Puller. Her sad bereave
meut occurred Monday evening about
teti'thiity o'clock. She woke up with
u palu in her heart and before assist
ance could he rendered she expired.
Mrs. Fuller is the daughter of K. II.
Kceney who resides in Cowles, The
father and childicn have the entire
sympathy of the people of Cowles and
the surrounding country.
liesohcd: That this vein's piogram
is the best u or;
That the Kev. Tompkins is an ideal
That Or. Cook had a most plausible
story and that he captuicii many of
ills heaiciN but not all;
That the Koihes Juvenile Hand was
...1 Iflt'dltl.. Iltlll All,, lf Mil. .IWM.I jl.kl t.l . '
v i'J",J imu nil. iw . nil- tiiviini uruut
fill uiiiuheison the program mid that
should they conic again they will lie
adreilised to the limit;
That mote .should be known con
corning the talent hcfuic the Chautau
qua commences. Wo get tired looking
for something gieat to conio when we
have no Idea what kind of greatness
we are to expect;
That the hwst entertainments arc
not always the ones which command
the greatest sahtiies. Any tiling per
tuinuig to industrial development la
oxtrcinely"'intoresting to us all and
there should be more of it on the plat
form; That we aie capable in a large nieas
uio of entertaining ourselves. The
Ued Cloud Concert Hand was one of
the very best oigatilations to appear
tills year. This bund Is composed of
home folks and thtlr nuisio was us
pleasing as any of the imported kind,
Wu nio prone to think that some out
sider can do better than those wo
know, but the baud demolish ated that
wo can do something ourselves. Next
year wo ought to give out selves a
little linger place on thu piogram;
That the litt'.o ones should receive
more attention, They count as In
habitants and should liuvu something
for tholr especial benefit. One eliau
tiuupia management secured tho ser
vices of an experienced kindergarten
teacher who gave daily instruction to
the children every forenoon and tho
tent was crowded with tho mothers.
This was a froo attractlon.but it proved
to he the best drawing card of the en
tire list The children were enter
tained and instructed 'and the mothers
who were busy had time to get their
work done and attend the afternoon
J The Retailer in any line of business
should stand for the interests of his
customers. In the long runf it is on
them HE must depend.
1$ It is because we know this that we
have always handled the BEST goods
in every line, and only such as would
merit our guarantee of
SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK"
E. H. NEWHOUSE, Prop.
C. B. A Q. Watch Intpmctor: Jmwmlarn and Optamatrlata.
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Now is the Time to Buy
r i v MCTQI
I am offering everything in the
Fly Net line at
2Q PER CENT DISCOUNT
This 20 per cent from fadtory
price makes Nets very cheap.
Call and see. Also, my HAR-
NESS slock is complete.
Ureud, i'ics and Cakes miido In Ked
Cloud from Ked Cloud Fl.OUit.
MEALS 20 CENTS
ICC CREAM SODA S CENTS
lev, Ciieam 25 Cunt Pi.n Quaiit.
Wi: use artificial Ici: made fiom 111
tcred water pure aud clean.
The recent net of April 10th. 100s
gives to all soldiers' widows a pension
of 812 per month, ifred Maurcr, the
attorney, has all necessary blanks.
Don't Delay Ordering
u firo insuiaiicc policy fiom us a
sltitflo day. Vha Isn't going to
stay away bccnu-e you mo not in
suied. In fact, It seems to pick
out tho miin foolish enough to bo
A FIRE INSURANCE POLICY
Have us issuo you a policy to-day.
Don't hesitate about the matter.
The firo llend mayj havo your
house down on the list for a visit
tills very night.
MARK WHA TI SAY
O. C. TEEL,
R wllabl lifurmnom
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