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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 25, 1913)
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YTe Historical -SdWety
VOLUME XXX XI
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$ I his government Won t Put
In a bank
that docs not
Why Should You?
The United States will not deposit a dollar in a
National Bank, on any other haul;, unless the bank
furnishes a bond for twice the amount deposited.
The United States Government cm at any time
make an investigation of any National Hank and learn
all about its resources. But still the Government de
mands a guarantee for its deposits why shouldn't YOU
Your deposits in this bank are protected by the
State Guaranty Law no matter what happens
YOU GAPl'T LOSC !
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
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Knowing The Difficulty
I In Choosing
Whether it be
Brother or Friend.
v We list a few oi: the Novelties outside of
our regular Stock of Suits, Overcoats,
Hats, Caps, Sweaters and Shoes, and
suggest perhaps it is a Bath Robe he de
sires or a Smoking Jacket, a Collar Bag,
a box of fancy Suspenders, or house
Slippers, a Necktie or Muffler.
What ever it he our Clerks will h&
very glad to assist you in any way
in making your selections. k
WE DO GOOD PRINTING
The next time you want a first-class
job A printing, just call The Chief, either
phone, and we will call, give you estimates
on the cost, quality of paper, etc. No
job so difficult but what we can do il in
a first class manner. If you are not on
our already large list of satisfied customers
we ask you to give us a trial. That's all
that will be necessary to convince you.
Our Sale Bills
Jg!i!:T-rs"ilBM xjig-'yBjdjjjy. .
r& -s r- "9 7 ? ?2 9
guarantee it against loss.
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for Father, Son,
& MARX CLOTHES
Get the Crowds
4 Newspaper That fllvcs The News Fifty-two Weeks Each Year For $!.SiO.
11E1) CLOUD, 3 IS Kit ASK A. DKUHMltKIt '.", 1SM11.
About eight v ynuin; pcopl" iucluil
hit; th i lliuli JV'IkkiI Faculty paiUci
pn'i'il of llio iiiniiiiil si'iilnr-jiinlor bnn
i iut hold l''iiiliiy cvcnlnc nt Ilic
Masonic hall In which I Ik- former
proved to be very cllleii lit hostn. TIio
the utmospliuic condition-, without
wciosuch Hi to dl-co Itage I In ,JH' '!
curling irons, mid slim poli-h. this
tt'ilt 111 l! SeelllCtl tl) thill IMlllcr tllllll lf-
tract fioiu tin- imriiiiu'iil within.
I.aiid l'oltcr piosiiloil ns mast 1 1 of
(cwmmiif-, anil liitur dUliut; iNIum!
hiinst'ir lis lilt nivsU'xion nnn from
llon 1C" iijt. nIiii !ils on liiui;;in:itiiili
A llllll It'pdl't KlM'd L'll'lllMlUl' to tin
! UIIKIt' tll,t III' litis (JOllM'lltl'tl t) pillllt
iiu il ;; stnli' on tlu
llt'W Unlli t llntlM ,
Tin1 company was. (Ihiiloil in two
si - cilnt.s wliiuli wuio ttiUfii iilloi iiiitrl.v
to thi) iu ions ontcrUiiimi'iit, wliiclf
Wi'fi; roaiiiiiMl oy
livpimt'u! rwiTS of Glumi Toe. .mil
tin roiilistiu rcpivsotitution of, "Old
Dntoli uluiiusor," liy llelt'it SuiintliMN
A wliolisli! invasion of tin. hi civil pio
ciliuts of Cnlni'l Warren, piovml a
Howl mill pli'iisint; MirpiiH In till.
Afti'f which ii ihreu coiumi repast of
tho Kiiiil. vurii'ty whs sL'iVi'il, which
iH't'ils no furllinr cluliotiittoii to Kuil
A convcl Inlorpietatioii of tho
Ainuiicin Taiifro was ih'inoiistratetl liy
Allen lilunkl-ili' in which hi wis
einliu'iitly .suiii-sfiil This eniicluileil
the pi oi am frr (liu cvuiiln, ami till
ilupui tcil, with a IccHiik Unit they had .
partielpateil in oneof lliumost siiece-s. I
till hoeiiil events ot the seiiHoii. j
lrvlnK O. Wallcer was I, ,, in Ilu.c-iu
County, III., April. , 18M. Ik removed
jto this county with l.U paruiitin Ih71.l
I His lather suitlid mi Fanner's Creek
in Unit year-anil uitainod llio old Mmrl'""- as Deputy Unmity (JleiU ol
hoiiiestoad until lio rumoved to ill's ' WoIiskm C unity, N'ub , lie and is here
eity whun It bi-c.itiK! tho prbpcity of '' PIi-vcl and aoeupteil ami that
Irving, who owned It. at tlio time of
This is one of the Uiioj instances in
Urn south vo-t part of the county
when parent and child have letaiucil
the original homestead until
Mr WallciM was man led ci'liteon
yeaissitfoto Mihs (icoryic Piathcr, a
ilaiihler of .ludgo I'liithcr pf Itloom
itijHon. Knur children uoie
bom to this
union Mil th, Finl, Moe and Ollis
Tho oldoit is a yiniiiK l"dy of sjvoii
Icon and the jount'est a child of
Tho widow and children are left to
mom n an atVeetionnte husband and a
. Mr. Walker removed to this city
BDout two years bco. While not a
inemLor of auv cluiMili. Im wnh n rem,,
lar attendant upon the services of the,
Christian church and whs exemplary
In his cotiduot and morals.
In his youth tie was the best all
around athlete in the county. Of stab
wurt frume ho could jump farther and
run faster than any body else-aud
ho combined an extraordinary measure '
of strength with his suppleness and
activity. In his early manhood ho (
taught school and was hu especially
successful and proflciont teacher of
vocal music. Ho was ono of tho few
men whom wo have beard who could '
render tlio old ballards with true dram''
atlo and musical art. I
Last September he was the victim of
a paralytic stroke which finally re-
suited in his death Dec. If), 1013. Tho
burial services were hold from the
Chilstlan church Bee. '20, UU.'l, Kov.
A sister Mrs. Frank Smelscr .mil a
iirouiur i. x. waiaor survive mm. An
on or slHtor, Mis. Lester and his par -
mombered by all those who havo re-
ccived instruction fiom him and his
memory will be pleasant to tho audi-
oiiccs h has delighted, and all thoso
" . T uTJfcir . ''i-nS.-'Zfifyitr-Krs.Hii
I.m1('I-ii1. Vi'li., I)i'i '2J. lOlIl.
.MIi., I'iMlllH I'lillllllissIOIIt'lS llli'l
1'iiisiiint to :i Ijniii'iinifiit. .Mi'inbi'is
P'i-iMit vl : 'l' .1. ( Iniplln. (i. olun
st il.-, V II ll.illin.ui, !'. MrCiUl ntul
I'llll . iihi'V.
'I li( Imiil nViM' linniNi f till' rul'nwinjr
iniiiii'il ollii'i'is hoii1 iippiuwil :
DiUvr l. II'ili', SI nrilV; (icilriidi1
I.. '!). C'niiiily MipiMiuti'iidi'iilj A
H li'mi u v. (.'i.iiniy .liiilt'c; 10. V. Kii'-fi
I'liniv inl,: M. (!. Kli-hiioi, Uci
S( CI Ils (.( x , I'.,
1 lull iittiTi-l .I'llin IIol'iinili,.Ii ,
tavs f,' iiM ship mi::.iiivh
' pilil iiniU'i' pioti'st on ni'Ciiiint of lil.s
iiitci ! ill ht ill- lit ill liumi; iissi'ssiul
no liih. Willi ii'tiii.t to the I oanl
to i 1 1 1 1 1 1 a fvittwti iiiiioiin' of Mild
la On unit ion miIiI ii('iis' was r
Tin M'ttli'tiiiMits of tin follow 111'
iiiiiii-!) road iiwiscois w'i u iiiini ovi'il:
.lol.n llinl.-.. ilistii,.i i: M.l.iiu l)iir.
mail, ilistiicl I; .liu li'iii', (li-tiiet '..
To tin llniiiirnhlii lloaul ol County
Cotiiiiiissinni.s horeliy appoint C.
I). Koliins'in Deputy County Tiviisunr
at it salary of l Dim per annum
l. I. Kouyiz, County I'leasiiier.
Moved ami siuniuleil that liic ahovu
iiikI loretroiiit; nppointment of Deputy
County Tieasuier he anl is her by tic
eepti'il anil appro((l ami the u.iltny
of saiil deputy lie ami is lureliy IImjiI
at 81,(1110 pi i tin it tl in. Motion cari ied
To tins Hoiioiuble I'linril of County
Ciiiiiiiisiont'is Oi'iillfineii: I heio'iy
appoint .I"lin .1 (iuber us Depn'y
County Clorl! lor the year mil at n
Hiilniy ol Sl.dO'l and ask that thelioaid
aipi(ive the appointment. I also alc
(Mm cleric hlie if ne-'dud for tho
"" 11M '' ,)'" )' ' "n"" , ,
h 1, County Clerk.
Moved mil .suconded that the nbovii
ami, (oieoini: app ilutmeiit of .1. .1.
l'.Ml. VtUV truly iollis,
t'" 'niai.V or I lie sani deputy.). .1.
((.iiirlici in and Is heroby HximI at
BI,m0 per annum. Motion carriod.
To tin Hoiior.ible Hnanl of County
Cummissinncis. (icntli'inen: I Innobv
appoint I'Yeil A. Hulfro as Deputy
County Shi'iHV for the year lOll.
Very tiuly yours,
0 I). Iii:tm:.
ShciliV of Webster County, Nob.
Uu notii'o tho above ami foicL-oInir
nppointment of Deputy SherilV ap
proved and hiilnry (IkciI st SUoO per
Ue(itesled that the original plat of
Smith & Moore's Addition to Uod
Cloud bo it traced in ink. Deputy
Cjuntv Cleik was and is instriictod to
retrace paid plat in ink.
Ou motion the following claims weio
audited hikI allowed and the County
C,erk "utorze'1 and instructed to
draw wurrnnts ou tliolr
funds in payment of same.
F. C. Buschow 8 20.10
A.C. Hosiner no75
T. J. Chaplin U 05
Dalton Adding Machine Co 2 00
Robert Damerell u.oO
Webstar County Argns 43.G0
O. D. Hedge 00.81
Hammond & Stephenu Co 80.9.1
W. G. Hoffman 20.50
Liuln B. Kellogg 10.00
It. B. L'ggett 4.50
Fred Ma'urcr 172.4'
Miner Bros. Co 18.58
Miner Bros. Co 11.00
II .1. Mauror 2.00
II J. Maurer 2.25
Klopp & Burtlott Co a.a'l
F. K. Maurer 000
Floyd MoC'all 33.50
W.ilr(l Lbn I not It lit fi ljiti L'l.iltl..
, Minii,.,i R, rw
CJ OI,nKtt,la. ..:.:..... 86 .
William Reeves or,1
Roy Sattlov ' 1250
Paul storei r.i n
. ' 07.0'o.s mo asked to assist in giving
aD.;:::::::;:;:: SS'aua, demonstrations
D.D.Sanderson 10 CO
Farmers' Institute, Cowles, Neb., Jan. 27-28
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( W.!fSKa VOll Sli
E. H. NEWHOUSE
w) Den ri nnn
(A LXt-ilJ ,uuuwi
I rn1CArCA v l ' I
liiJl3 " ! 1
Anna llu lie Spiiiu ",'Ic '.'t 0.".
University lublls,iii; Ci ..(!()
Stale .loiirnal Company . . H'U
Farmers' Telephone Co I .Ml
Klopp A llirllett Co f.IJ.V.'J I
Widdersliein t Kiiuiicy l.-'.i.J
John S. KaiHli tl.d.-i,
lloluto liarKiiiaii 'JU.S
AdatiiAlbor ID.OO ,
It'ion Ilros lo ui
Mike FlosiiiiM ai.nO
Mike Klcssner J7'.0
M. S. (Jroat 11.00,
(iraut Hmichln O.tiO
Harry Toplmin l.fiO .
I'latt & KrcOK !)D.t2.ri
Charles Ila.plian 15 00
C. h CottliiK .H.i'"'
Saunders liros O.'l.UO
Pope Iiros .1.'.H0
On motion board adjourned sine die.
The Farm Demonstrator
And The Rural School
The CoopoMtlvc County Farm Do
0lslrlt0,'(s arcarruuKlnt,' for a series
of general agricultural meetings and
corn shows in their respectlvo count
ius, Some of theso mcotiugs and corn
shows will take place in tho rural
schools. During the winter months
when farm work is uot so pressing
these local meetings are held to review
the past season's work and plans for
tl.r! next year's demonstration work
are also takcu up. If other speakers
uro desired on tho program they are
secured through the Agricultural Ex
tension Service and they take up the
discussion of agricultural topics of
special Interest to those communities.
.Meetings of this nature will be con.
tlnued throughout tho winter months.
In some of the counties Farmers' Clubs
and' Rural Lltorary Societies arc form-
' ed which meet at regular Intervals and
whose programs the IJomon.trator
ii fiequently asked to take a proml-
IK'nt Puee Wliero iigilculture is
taught In tho schools the Uomonstrat-
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cIhmcs. Soli problems, seed testing
Merry Chris ft mas
and Jeweler ,
UHI m r.iC"ssOs.n;rr
Tl I 1 yr "VEkZZOCTiHJ
( It's time to have
that long promised
1$ No need to wait
(or a fine day, how
ever. With the
equipment of the'
modern studio you
can be taken one
time as well as an"
demonstrations and dairy and fat
stock judging are examples of the
work taken up. Tho Demonstrator
are always ready to aid the rural
school teachers iu planulngand giving
agricultural work that is best adapted
to their local conditions and com
munities Kducatlonal sorvlco to th
county Is tho Demonstrator's chief oc
cupation for the whiter season.
Farm LoaitM-i have a limited un
mount of privato mpnqy to place in first
mortgage farm securities, short or
long time, at lowest niton with optional
payments Write or phnr.e. DAME!
Gauhkii, Riverton, Nebraska.
Religion Shown by Sacrifice.
In every ago a tost of religion na
been its power to call out sacrifice.
Tho great temples of tho past could b -built
only by individual eolf-Bacrlfle.
Tho direction of self-denial must b
towards tho nouleist and most unself
iHh endB, putting tho good of other
In tho placo of self-indulgence. Th
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