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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1913)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, MARCH 27, 111 IS.
BE ON THE SAFE SIDE S
It is true that you are not likely to lose your
savings il deposited in any good bank but you
are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN NOT to lose them
when you deposit where you have the additional
protection of the State Guaranty Law. Such
protection is offered you here.
It is surely "good business" to deposit where
you get absolutely guaranteed protection, in pref
erence to placing ntjjtney in a bank that guaran
The State Guaranty Law is behind every dollar de
posited in this bank, and when you open an account here,
you are ON THE SAFE SIDE.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA'
Change of Editors Attract
A Great Deal of Interest ? BinTlCTAyEC
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The following clippings from some of our exchanges will prove Interest
ng reading, and shows how the various editors of our neighboring towns
viewed the Chief under the editorship of the various public organizations,
during tfee editor's five weeks vacation:
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M Red Cloud, - - Nebraska
'At the request of llrother Hale,
the ministers of Red Cloud edited lost
week's issue of the Chief. It would
seem now that the courteous thing
for the ministers to do will be to in
vite Bro Hale to fill their pulpits.
Yes, that's right itnd he could
undoubtedly fill the bill if he
kept close to the "devil" while trying
to make a "good impression." Of
course the audieuoe might look f at
him and perhaps ? his theology, 'but
his sermon would be without a s , and
we think he'd see before he away
to shake the SW of the parson if be
didn't -v the opportunity of reading
Editor Hale has been hobnobbing
with the town divines this week, lie
turned the Chief over to them to edit,
and the boyh" did & pretty good job.
Hut just how the parsons could con
nive with the 'devil," passeth our uu
deratandlng,4)ut they didnd survived
the ordeal. Com. -Ad. "
WILL TAKE PLACE
Saturday. March 29
AT tO O'CLOCK a. m.
I Nothing Sold Over lOc
SEE THE NON-SKID TREADS
ON NO-RIM-CUT TIRES
Brother Hule, of the Red Cloud Chief
last week turned his paper over to the
minister of that town to run us they
wished It was a very interesting Is
sue and Indicated that the ministers
can write us woll as p'reuch. It would
be n vast help tc most newspupers If
they would pay a little more attention
to the spiritual wants of Immunity in-
Siena ot scrambling for a few paltry
dollars. The Chief is nn up-to-date
country newspaper, aud Editor Halo
is a good conservative citizen, und de
serves the succoss he is meeting with.
The worst thing that we kuow about
his politics -aud now it is quite
fashionable to be a democrat. -Bloom-iugton
Editor Hale of the Red Cloud Chief
has turned his paper ov,er to the dif
ferent business and civic interests of
the town for a few weeks aud they
cdttf the paper from first to last. This
week the business men of the town
have edited it and a very creditable
sheet it Is. We notice some mighty
good articles iu the paper which say
many things which the real editor
w,ould not dare any. Superior Express.
liro. Hale of the Red Cloud Chief
has turned the editorship of the Chief
for four weeks over to the profession
al .clan of bis town, to edit. The
preachers were at bat last week and
we presume the lawyers will officiate
this week. It is kind of Brother Hale
to lefr the fellows who always know
how to run a paper, run one once in a
while. Riverton Review.
We uudei'htuud that Editor Halo re
fused point blank to fill one of the
pulpits Sunday evening. What a
shame Bro. Hale, you missed tlio op
portunlty of jour life. It would have
been a great ad for you Com-Ad.
Wu are sure thut Km. Hul.wm.lil 'Mil'
arather large sized pulpit. He did
his "swelling up" under Republican
administrations and wc hope that he
doesn't lose ilesh under the new
regime, liro. Hosmer Is a fair sized
man aud could probably fill the va
cancy, If he wasn't so busy getting out
a "Thrlce-a-week" that is not to be
laughed at. McCook Republican.
For every month of the year there is a Birthstone
For January, The Gsjrntt
For February, Th Amythsst
For March, Ths Bloodstone ,
For April, Tht Diamond
For May, Tht Emtrsld
For June, The Pearl
For July, Ths Ruby
For August, Tht Sardonyx
For September, Tht Sapphire?
For October, Tht Opal
For November, The Topaz
For December, Tht Turquoise
Wear a Quaan City Guarantied
Ring for Perfect Satisfaction.
The Red Cloud Chief was edited last
week by the pastors of the city while
editor Hale sat back and smoked a
corn cob pipe. To square matters now
the editor will have to occupy one of
the pulpits some Sunday, and iu'vite
the preachers to come and rest while
he nrcHohes. Turn about Ih fulr r.iu,.
and after that, each man would have!
more respect for the othor man's job.
Guide Rock Signal.
Now, Brother Hale, coma nut 'nf it
and quit "chaslns- the devil arnunri
the stump" and 'fess un nhnut ,
failure to make good in the preaching
offer. Vou know you backed wntr
Four issues of the Red Cloud Chief
are. being edited by the preachers, law
yers, business men aud school kids of
that city The preachers and lawyers
have bad their inniucs. the business
men are sweating over the task this
week and young America will try his
tisna next week. For our part we like
the Chief much better when Bro.
Hale is at the helm. Preaohers may
preach, and preach well; lawyers may
plead, and plead well; prune venders
may sell, prunes and sell them well;
high school pupils may parse, and
parse well but it takes an editor to
edit, aud edit well. Franklin Progress.
E. H. Newhouse
f C. B. tc Q. Watch Inspector.
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Tho esteemed Red Cloud Chief was
edited last week by the ministerial
association. One long column wns
headed, "Woe, Woo, Woe, Woe" and it
certainly was woo from beginning to
end, enough to make the reador nutty.
Aside from this wall of woe. wo are
safe in saying that the ministers
would In time and by much study
edit the paper as well as Charley Hale.
Adams County Democrat.
These are extra treads, made of very tough rubber,
vulcanized on to the Goodyear tire. Thus a double
The extra tread consists of deep-cut blocks. They
present to the road surface countless edges and angles.
Each block widens out at the base, so the strains
are distributed, the same as on smooth-tread tires.
Come see how efficient, how enduring, is this
Goodyear winter tread.
Good Citizehihip Mais
Meeting Next Sunday
There will be a union muiin. -n
i.uD vuuiuiiuq ui ubu uiaua on Sunday
evening at 7:30 In the Opera House
The meeting will be conducted by the
ministers of the various churches and
three of them will make short address
es. Rev. Mr. Morsb, Presiding Elder
of the M. E. church will nicn 0,w,Qi.
The wet and dry proposition so soon
to be voted upon will bo discussed in
a sane and practical way. There will
be special music. We shall strive to
make the meeting bright, brief and
brotherly. Everybody Is cordially In
vited. Come and bring your friends.
Saloons and High Schools
The saloon is destructive of the high
school. No friend of education can
favor saloons in a community. The
following statistics are taken from
the last report of the State .Superinten
dent of Publio Instruction:
Jg The Si
Get Your Stock Insured !
The Standard Live Stock Insurance Comnanv will
insure your Cattle and Horses against death from any
cause. The Standard is the lartfest live stock insumnnfi .
8 company in the United States. See
. R. T. COOPER, Af ent
j Bell Phone Black 302 Ked Cloud, Nebraska
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CHAS. C. BENNETT, Agent
1 Cat! Killed for Pelt.T
Thirty cats, kept by the Paris cus
I torn bouse authorities to destroy tha
i rats, which do great damage to the
I goods, disappeared mysteriously a few
nights ago. It is thought thoy were
killed for their pelts on account of
tho great rise In the market price of
kins which are used In the manu
facture of fashionable furs.
, Name ot Town
Went l'olnt (wnt..
I'awnco City (ilry)
Kalli City (wet)......
Kullerton (dry) ........
('olnml)ui (wet) ..,
David City (dry)
Howard (wet). .
Ked Cloud (dry)......
Iicnvercity (dry) ....
Alma (wet) ..............
Alliance (wet) .........
liro ken How (dry) .,
Total for dry towns 17,218 i.uih
Total for wet towns 2l,0il 1,111
Wet towiiK, av'go er 1,000 pop i:,
iiry KiwiiH, av'ue per 1,000 pop Ul
W. C. T. U.. COMMl'n'EE,
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The Low Cost of Good Living
The National Canned Food Associations have set
aside the week of March 31st to April 1st., to familiar
ize the Consumer with the wholesomeness, the ex
cellence and the economy of Canned Food.
They have sent out for distribution a small leaf
let, entitled "How to live well without going broke or
pawning the family Diamonds". One of these will
be sent you with your next grocery order.
During this week we will make special prices on
our Canned Goods.
Come in and get our prices by the half dozen,
dozen or by the case and you will buy. Then you
will have in your own home,
"mood Living At lt Lmwoat Cast"
Weesner, Perry 8 Comoany
f Dry Goods, Groceries and Ladies' Resdy-Te-Wear Garments
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