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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1911)
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THE New Banking Law is now in force and
the payment of every dollar of deposits in this
institution is guaranteed by the Bank Guaranty
Funds of the State of Nebraska.
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.
Mrs. Al Smith is ou'tlie hick list this
Smith" Bros, and Fisher stacked
their outs on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs Simpson were pleasant
callers at Clyde Bowen's Sunday.
The bottom road is most completed
In grading and is a good road now.
Most all of Garfield went to the show
nn Wednesday to see the elephant.
.loo Mtidd and Eli Houcliin tool; a
load of cattle to market on Monday.
Henry Wiggins Iihs been helpincr
Mrs. Ida Kent with her cellar this
Miss CSrace White was visiting at
Mrs. Ida Kent's lust week and with old
The thresher is making the people
in east Garfield twice glad this week
for the distant rumbling can be heard
on the hills.
F. NEWH0USE, Dry Goods
Ladies' White Skirts with three rows lace
insertion and lace edge, $1.00, $2.00, $3.25
Ladies low neck Nightdress,' with 2 k ff
rows insertion and lace edge in neck, K I I II I
3 rows in s'n in sleeve, sleeve lace-edge H' -'v
Ladies' Nightdresses with 3 rows emb. in-d 1 . (f
sertionin yoke, yoke edged with emb., atP I JJ
Ladies' extra large Nightdresses, insertion J 1 (f
in yoke and embroidery edge, at - - P I JJ
All three numbers are bargains at these prices
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns
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John Miller's little six year old
boy was operated on for appendicitis
Monday a'ternoon and is getting along
Charley Campbell had bad luck with
his windmill in taking it down on Fri
day to move it to his new well. One
of the guy ropes broke and let It fall
and damaged it pretty bad and now he
has a new gasoline engine pumping
. GUIDE ROCK.
Mrs. William Sawyer has been ill.
Mrs. Will McL'hor.sou of Ilostwlck is
Little Roland Wirt has been quite
ill since Inst Friday.
Mrs. George Purker, daughter of E.
Peters, was taken ill Monday.
Ivans Amack and family were guests
at the Mason home Saturday.
A fine son was born Sunday, July
30th, to Louis Osterblad and wife.
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With 6-inch em
and cluster of two
Misses' Muslin Drawers
Misses' Muslin Drawers, 2 tucks with 1 -inch
embroidery, sizes 8 to 12, at 25c
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A Newspaper That (ilvcs The News Fifty -
RED CLOUD, 39 EBB
Duke Tompkins ami family were
chautauqua visitor.-, at Superior last
' Paul,! he little son ofJFloydlSltnpsoii,
i who was ill alt lust week, is much
1 Burt Van Horn and family have
boon entertaining relatives from n tils-
Mrs. 'njooll from Republican City
was a guest last week of Mrs W. S.
Mrs. Ashpolu is back from spending
sevural weeks with her daughter, Mrs.
Ileftv, at Atlanta.
A large delegation from Guidu Bock
attended Uiugllng Bros', circus in
Harry Vaughau and family were
guests Saturday and Sunday of Clyde
lodges and family at Superior.
Mrs. J. M. Holand is reported hot so
woll. She has been ill several months
and seemed much better for a while.
10. S. Garber and wife of Red Cloud
spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs
II. Garber, and sister, Mrs. Ida Hayes.
Little Howard Miller, aged six years,
residing southwest of Guide Rock was
operated on for appendicitis Monday.
A number of relatives from various
parts of the state were here Suuday
utteudiug the funeral of Mrs. Charles
The 1). of H., will have initiation of
candidates Tuesday evening, August
Slli. Tlio drill team will out on the
Mrs. Eliza Moranville is now caring
for Mrs It W. McCallum who has
been so very low. She is reported im
proving. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Gloason are enter
taining Mrs. Sowara of Ashland this
week. Their daughter, Mrs. Will Payne,
is also their guest.
Miss Cora E. Simpson, Miss Mertie
-Farqukar and Mrs. M. Idella Watt
With hemstitched ruffle, sizes
from 2 to 8, at - - 1 3c
With embroidery ruffle, ages
from 2 to 1 2, at - - 25c
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Made of a good
'grade of Black Sat
een, ages from 2 to
t. ti t riirrm n n n ir n m w i 11 .-w, .j.,. ,.,..
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two Wr.r.ks Each Year For $1.50.
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were guests of Mm. Van Wnert. and
Mi's. Holes of U'oiiillilni.. Imi-!i. isllin
guest of hor son. Dr. ( L Boioe, and
wife. She was tmeompanled by a
cousin of Mrs Boles.
.1. T. Mason, wife ami daughter Kern
spoilt Sunday with Mr and Mis. Par
sons, (parents of Mrs, Mason) who re
side near Nmlli Branch.
Mr. and Mrs. Wells and (laughter of
Merna and William Sabin and two
daughters of Esbou, Kansas, spent
Sunday with . I W. Ihighosaud family.
Mis. Hannah (iarber has been ill
the past three weeks. Her sister-in-law,
Mr.s. L. 0. UarborJ of Bed Cloud,
is here at present assisting in her
The Misses Belle and Verna Ko I hi in
lefffor their home in St, Francis, Kas.i
on Thursday, after a visit with their
grandmother, Mrs. Hoover, and aunt,
Mrs Bareh and daughter Frances,
Mrs. Vance and daughter Una and
Mrs. Dlckersou and daughter Ethel
expect to attend the Epworth Assem
bly at Lincoln.
William Sawyer will move three
buildings on the Eaton ranch, north
east of town, abouta half mile. Water
can not be obtained where the build
ings now stand, so they will be moved
to a well on another part of the farm.
Mrs. M. Lovltt is homo from Webster
City, Iowa, where she visited her moth
er. Tne little daughters of Win Klrk
patrlck, who make their home with
Mrs. Lovitt, have returned from Man
Unto, Kas , where they visited relatives
for several wqeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Moshier of Jewell City,
Kas., stopped over night Monday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.Seeley.
They were returning by team from
Bladen, where they visited Rei G. W.
Pool And family. Mrs. Moshier was
formerly Miss Helen Pool.
A number from here attended the
chautauqua at Superior Sunday.
Among them were I. W. Crary and
wife, Chas. Hodges and wife, E. B.
Crary and family, N. M. Doudna and
daughters, E. M. Parker and son Hosi
er and C. E. Vaughan and son RtiissU.
After a long illness Mrs. Charles
West passed away Saturday eveniug,
July 20th. She was born in Henry
county, Illinois, July 28, 1800. She
had been a' 'resident of Guide Rock
since 1882 and had a very large circle of
frleuds. Besides her husband she
leaves two children Grace (Mrs. Oscar
Monla) and Ros9 West, also live grand
children and a uumber of brothers and
sisters. Sho wr.s a member of the
MethodUt church, also an honored
member of the Degree of Honor lodgev
lue pall bearers were members of the
order, Mesdames McMurdy, G, Ohm-
stoflc, J. J. Cassell, K. Simpson, H. F,
Cooper, N. M. Doudna. Rev. March
preached the funeral sermon at threo
o'clock Sunday afternoon to mi' im
mense throng of friends at tho Metho
dist church. The casket was covered
with tloral offerings. All sympathize
with tho bereaved family.
Far East and Far West
Under one Cauvass
Buffalo Bill's Wild West and Pawnee
Bill's Far East Show under the same
Teat In Hastings. Auft. 17, 1011.
In milking the above uniiounooinout
Buffalo Bill the famous old scout in
taking his farewell to public life and
making a, lust bow to each city. Ar
rangements have beeu made with the
railroad oftlclalu to give excursion
rates on that date thus affording the
people of this vicinity an opportunity
to visit the exhibition at a minimum
expense The general stylo of tho
combined entertainment remains the
same and the Far Bast contingent will
represent an Oriental spectacle of
great splendor. This show will ex
hibit many new features lit trained
animals and all the old features of the
wild west will bo better than over.
It. M. lieatty and son for Genera
lllaokemlthlng, Wagon Work, Horse
shoeing a specialty. At Day's old shop.
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'jlfABWVarMmvmnMiwiin wjhwi-. i
The Retailer in any line of business
should stand for the interests of his
customers. In the long run, it is on
them HE must depend.
J 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. M. A Q. Watch inapactora., Jawalara and Opiomatrlata.
I Now is the
I am offering everything in the
" Fly Net line at
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
This 20 per cent from faclory
price makes Nets very cheap.
Call and see. Also, 'my HAR- v
NESS stock is complete.
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A Meal of Bread
Our Bread, is so nutritious that you
can malje a meal on it that is thor
oughly refreshing and strengthening.
We liaveVmade it a point (o use nono
but the beat of flour in its prepara
tion, and clcunliness has not been sac
rificed. When you partake of it you
will say that "the bread that mother
used" to buko cannot bo compared
with it. Fresh bread daily, and plenty
of It, does much to keep the health of
tho family. It is truly the staff of life.
Coll on us for your supply.
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Time to Buy
Dan't Oalay or daring
a fire insurance policy from us a
single day. Fire Isn't going to
stay away because you are not In
sured. In fact, it seems to pick
ont the man foolish enough to be
Have us Issue you a policy to-day,
Oou't'hesltato about the matter.
The fire fiend mayj have your
' house down on the list for a visit
this very night.
MARK WHAT I AY
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