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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 15, 1913)
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BE ON THE
It it true that you art not likely to lose your
saving i! deposited in any good bank but you
are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN NOT to loot thtm
whan you aapeeit whara you hava the additional
protection aftha Stata Guaranty Law. Such
protection is offered yau here.
It it) surely "food business" to dopoait whara
yau gat absolutely guaranteed protection, in pref
erence to placing monay 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
a4a 9999 :$"
Fom One Ycar
For the Next Ten Days ONLY
A Full Line of Standard Patterns
Always On Hand.
ML A. Albright
Oa Sunduy, May 23th, all bohliers awl
bailors of the Civil unci Spanish Ameri
can wars, and members of the V. R.C.,
are requested to meet at the G. A. R.,
hall at 10 o'clock, a. tu. From this
place they will march to the opera
house where union services will be held.
Sermou Rev. Cole
Music Baptist church choir
Kemarks Rev. Bayne.
Ou Friday, Hay 30th, all comrades of
the Q. A. R. and W. R. 0., with all
.soldiers of the Spanish-American war,
will meet at the O. A. R. hall, at 1
o'clook, p. m., where line of march,
commanded by J. W. MoCraoken, will
form on Webster street and march
south and west to the cemetery, head
ed by the Red Cloud Concert Band.
Details will be assigned by the post
commander and president of the VV. R.
C , to decorate graves of comrades and
members o( the W. R. C
After decorating the graves, the line
of march will form a hollow square at
the mouumeut of the Unknown Dead,
where there will be exercises by the
W. R. O. and comrades of the O. A. R.
After which the column will march
to the opera house, where the follow
ing program will be given:
Music by the Band.
Invocation Rey. Bates,
Beading Lincoln's Address at Get
tysbargi Chaplain Boyce.
Male Quartet Iuavale.
Music-Choir. ' ' x
' , Beading List of Dead Comrades-8.
Male Quartet Innvule.
Address Fied E. Maurer.
Bruce Robinson Sails
On Matrimonial Sea
On Sunday, May 11th, at Holdrege
occurred the, wedding of Miss Julia B.
Gillette to Mr. Bruce C. Robinson,
both of Clay Ceater, Nob., eldest son
of Deputy County Treasurer, Chas. D.
Robinson and wife of this olty.
Bruce is Superintendent of the M.
M. Johnson Blectric Light & Power
Co., at Clay Center, is also one of the
most popular young men of that place,
and was born and reared to manhood
in this city and is a splendid young
mau of sterling ability and character.
The bride is one of Clay Center's
most popular and charming young
They will be at home to their friends
at Clay Center after June llth.
The Chief ttloug with Bruce's many
friends here extend hearty congratulat
ions to him and his bride and wish
them many, many years of eujoyment
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Robinson and
Miss Hazel and Roy Robinson were in
attendance at the marriage ceremony.
Private Money To Loan
also regular Farm Loans on best terms
to be had in the State. Call for me at
State Bank Red Cloud. C, F.Catqkb.
Ed Gmrber and wife spent Sunday,
Id Quid Bock.
A Hewsttter fiat Htm IIm News Flfty
RED OLOUb, JSEiRASKA, MAY 15, UU.
Doubla Count Ii Chit! Auto
Next 'Wednesday is bargain Day. It
will also be bargain day, for votes In
The Chief big automobUq contest. It
it the only bargain day that we will
have during the coBUatv' All sub
scriptlon money received at.The Chief
office on that day will count for doable
the regular number of contest votes.
The money can be sent,vor handed, to
one of the contestants, at any. time be
tween now and that time, but it must
be received at The. Chief office on that
date in order to count in the contest
for the double number of votes.
Contestants should do their beat and
have as many subscriptions as they
can possibly 'rake up between now and
that time so as to turn them in on
that date and receive the extra votes.
Do not put it oft, but if you -expect to
do anything in this contest do it now
for you will never have this oppor
tunity again. ,
The double count means that a sub
scriptlon which regular counts for
1000 votes will count for 2,000 votes if
received at The Chief office on Wed
nesduy, May 21. One dollar will do
the work' of two dollars so far aa the
voting value is concerned. It gives
the Contestants who are in ttte Uad an
opportunity to get farther Jn the lead
by doing extra work from' aow until
that tinie'rand it gives thoser who are
holding the lower places time to gain
the lead. Each contestant should de
vote a great deal of time and personal
work to the contest during the next
few days because the prizes are worth
the effort. Wo .guarantee that there
will be no other time during the con
test when a subscription will count for
as many votes as this time. 'There will
be no reduction in the price of the
The prizes will be awarded on Sat
urday, June 14, which is the date set
for the contest to close. After the
double count the votes will be issued
according to the regular voting
Miss Hayes, of Cowles makes a good
gain in her Htaudlng this week, and
comes up among the leaders. She won
the special prize ballot of live thous
and votes offered las Thursday for
the must money turned in ou sub
scriptions, and also became the owner
of the flue jewel cube oft'ered for the
most combination hubsorlptlons turned
in up to that time. It would no doubt
be a surprise to some to know that
the jewel case valued at 95.00 was se
cured for turning in only four com
bination subscriptions. The five
thousand prize votes were also se
cured for very little effort.
At the present rate the Contestants
are working, a new contestant could
enter the race and by devoting ail of
their time to the work for a very few
weeks could do enough to become the
owner of the Ford touring car. We
hope, however, that as the end of the
contest draws nigh that the contest
ants will increase their work so as to
make it more interesting, and keep out
any new Contestants. We have heard
it talked that there might be some
new contestants enter the race in case
the present contestants do not show
mora signs of work. '
The bargaiu day for votes affords
the present Contestants a chance to
forage so far ahead that new contest
ants will bo afraid, to enter.
Care of Milk and Cream
Bulletin No. 133, entitled Care of
Milk and Cream on the Farm", by
Professor JV IT. Frandsen, baa just
been issued by the .Nebraska Agricul
tural Experiment Station, This bul
letin deals with the conditions neces
sary for the proper care of milk and
cream in order to produce butyer of
the best quality. The bulletin wUljM
mailed free to residents of Nebraak.
on request, to Director K. A. BraR.
Lincoln, Nebr. ,, ;. . . ,
- tws Week Each Ytar fftr $1.59
The man who
sarily have the
are not necessarily the leaders
up with the
u . .
Full many a gem of pur
est ray serene may at our
store be seen. If you wish Jew
els that have sparkle and snap
Jewels that gladden the heart
every recipient then see ua
Whatever the purpose,bridal
gift, engagement token or
birttiday pre:nt, we nave
the gem at reason.
Murried at Trinity M. K. church,
Denver, May lMt, John X. Fohlman
and Mlts Kdlth Crowcll.
Miss Crowcll will be pleasantly re
membered by the people of this city,
where she was deservedly very popular
during the first years of the century.
She was the chief editor of the Nation
during this period, and really the per
son to whose judgment all questions of
editorial policy and literary disorlmi
nation were deferred. Her work rela
tive to the conduct of the paper was of
the most responsible character, and
she was qualified educationally satis
factorlly to discharge the duties of
In addition to her engagements with
the paper, her activity and ?eal in
Sunday School and church duties were
sufficient, of themselves, to deserve the
highest gratitude from her fellow
workers Hesides all this she was an
energetic and highly valued member
of the I', E. O. society, and was the
promoter of everything that tended to
cultivate the social and intellectual
well-being of the young people of the
A dramatic club owed most of its in
spiratlon and sucoess to her efforts.
In every walk In life she readily made
many warm and appreciative friends,
who will be pleased to learn that she
la now happily married to a gentle
man who seens to be worthy of the
'rite be has wop.
Mrs. 0. B. Potter went to Omasa
does the most talking doesn't neces
who make the strongest claims
strong claims but we back them
right kind of jewelry. It it easy to match
but it's hard to match
Jewelry Gifts of Quality
Our stock of fine jewelry arTordi
for beautiful remembrance!
as eood taste dictates.
conceptions out of the common
designs from art workers
gold and silver who have eft
me impress oi a skim inai sianpv.
for real merit. Gifts of pearls,
diamonds, sapphires, rubies.
If you want the
very best in
Ladies' Clio Club Entertains
The Ladles Clio Club held a very
pleasuut open meeting ut the home of
Mrs. D. H. Kttley ou last Saturday
afternoon. About forty ladies were
present. An hour with Painters was
delightfully spent and much eujoyed
by both guests and members. Mrs.
Overing conducted the lesson iu her
usual competent and entertaining way.
Copies of Masterpieces of De Vino),
M. Angels and Raphael and of Rubanc,
Rembrandt, and Ralsdael were shown
After the lesson, strawberries, ice
oream, cake and coffee were served the
committee being assisted by Miss
Elizabeth Overman and Miss Alison
Advance in Stock Breedinf
Nebraska live stock breeders have
made a dlstinot advance during the
last few years in the breeding of pure
blood stock. The Annual American
Short Ilorn Year Book, containing the
pedigrees of the animals calved before
April 18, 1011, records the names of
017 Nebraska owners of bulls and cows
of faultless pedigree, This indicates
a widespread knowledge of improved
methods and praotical recognition of
the profits to be derived from careful
and scientific breeding.
Dr. Cross is on the sick list.
Miss Mabel Buckles is on the sick
list with the measles.
When In town get, your dlaaer at
of W L
Sterling table silver and
plated wares of the highest
standard in the greatest variety,
are now on display here. Our
silverware stands for all that's
good in quality, all that is rich
assign, an mat can m atsirta or
tht discriminating buys. And
tne prices nava ttn squetsta
down to tht most modest
No One Can Know
Until They Try
bow easy it Is to change the entire
color of an automobile or carriage
Cki-Namel Automobile anil
Chinese Oil gives these colors thel1"
easy working and waterproof, quality
They are quick drying and make a
surface that does not attract dust
One coat completely hldea the old
color. Come In and let us shew
you the assortment ot colors.
Chas. L. Cottfeif
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