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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1914)
Farmers' Institute, Cowles, Neb., Jan. 27-28
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Your Duty To Your Family
is not only save for a rainy day, but to
Safeguard Your Savings.
YOU CANT LOSE if you deposit in this
bank, because we operate under the State
Guaranty Law, and every dollar is protect
ed by (tie State Guaranty Fund.
Besides that, this bank is sound and safe
andjGqnservatively managed your money
herajojdd be safe without the State Guar
anty, but with; the added protection, you
simply can't lose no matter what happens.
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WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
Will Be Given On
In addition to this discount I will give on some
special lots of suits and overcoats a discount of
33 1-3 per cent
I am closing out Boys Shoes
and will SAVE YOU 50 to 75c a pair on them
. Some high tops at $2.25
' 20 Per Cent off On
Sweater Coats, Flannel Shirts, Sheep Lined
Coats, Duck Coats.
All the Boys and Children's Knee Pant Suits
go at 1 -3d off.
To clean op some odds and ends slightly soiled drew shirts,
will sell "Cluett" $1.50 shirts at 75 cents.
No goods sold at These
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A Newspaper That Gives The News
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JANUARY 15, 1JU4.
San Makcos, Calik., .Jum. 0. 1!U.
To Tlio Chief and Friends:
I have besn tliiurutij,' for some iioio
I would drop you u few lines to let yon
know liow we tire pussing tlin time in
this, pleasant sunshine of Southern
Itiu(lo3d, is h pleasure to spend one's
Nebraska winter in a land of flowers
.Mrs. Litiilsey and myself left San
Dleo Dee .'loth., to attend the wod
dhitf of Clyde I'icrco and vlhlt Goo.
Pierce and family.
I just had the pleasure of reading
jour raluublu'papei' and it seemed like
reading a letter from home
I see you are having winter, I won
dr how it would seem t the people
here that were always residents of this
eountry Hii.l many of them have never
seen a ll.iUe of snow.
As I am now writing the thermomet
er Is tvgiHMjrhig US degrs iu the ami.
The fields of grnlu nre jfrowtug flus.
ost of thuerops'nre now iiowed.' Tl
grttss and saiall grain r tut in is me of
itbiHit .lime at home.
UrHtigeh au4 lemons ate nov Ueingr
tileke.l and khipptd. Vegetables of
every description grow here, btrnw
ucrrles, luiJt:iisl I er aw. - ooxus
for t!,Veeills. No eii.i' to ilU, felaniR';
lobsters" ufld II line shtikuup on the
ocean if one wishes. Mrs. Lindsey's
friends can aslc her whether she had t;
little experience going over to the
Mrs. Lindsey Is improving nicely and
1 urn holding my own. .
As ever your old friend,
G. W. Llvdsev.
Y. M. C. A.
On Wednesday evening of last week
the Executive Board of the Y. M. C. A.,
held its regular meeting, at which
plans were discussed for the continua
tion of the work the coming year, in
cluding several features designed to
increase the interest. Some competit
ive team work and other athletic feat
ures are planned.
Among other business transacted, an
order was granted for the payment of
one year's rent foe the present quart
The new library feature is being
taken advantage of by many, but there
are many others who are missing a
good thing by not using the means at
It having come to the knowledge of
the Board that the pool halls of the
city are permitting high school stud
ents and others under age to frequent
their places and pluy therein, a reso
lution was adopted directing the Chair
man to notify the proprietors to dis
continue such practices or tho Board
would take steps to prevent the renew
ing of license to them.
(Prom Hmltli County)
Jease Hockings made a business trip
to Red Cloud, Monday.
Miss Arlie Morris is visiting at her
uncle's Roll Stones this week.
Jesse Green and family visited at
the Andrew Upp home Sunday.
Quite a number of the Pawnee people
are attending the revival meetings at
Dr. Tweedy and family of Lebanon
are visiting with T. S. Spurrier and
wife at present.
Miss Lizzie McCoy and sister Mrs.
Ora Pochner of Wichita, Kas., were
guests of Mrs. B. B. Spurrier, Sunday.
Mrs. E. E. Spurrier and daughter
Melba returned Friday from a visit
with relatives in Kansas City, Mo., St.
Louis, Carlinville, 111., and Minneapolis,
Minn. Whllo away they attended a
family reunion at her father's homo
Christraus day. -
Lowest rates, beat option. Call for
me at State Bank. C. F. Catiier.
Fifty - two Weeks Each Year Fer $1.50.
Former Red Cloud
A pretty homo wedding was that of
Clyde C. I'elrce and Miss Xulpha (Jreen
nt the homo of Mrs. A. It. (Sreeir in
The home was prettily decoratedt the
color scheme being pink and green.
At 7:.'10 Sanjer's wedding march was
played by Mrs I). Trucey and tlie
bridal party took their places under u
pretty ennopv of green and white tin.
dor the wedding bell. Uev. Sherwood
spoke the impressive words that made
them mini mid wife.
The ring service was used, following
tho minister came the (lower girl Miss
DoraCiok, followed by little Verna)
Green r.i.g hearer, bride and gri'iun, I
hrluV.t in. nds Alice and I'Mith (ireoi'j
slster.i of the briile, Groomsmen I'liiud j
f'eiffee and i .ory .Sheets.
The brine won; a beautiful jjowiv u't
white silk mwlini! witlu a veil of '
oruaga t'-lort-.uini itml curru'.! n
tf CUeivke roses tied with
The groom ,wc lv eanveir.tin.il
blnak, "suit uud it'lmttaoliole b H't' ol
urauge tiihcKxn. '
AftSr the wretnouy an clulferat.
supper was wrred wlien n-'Hry l"ii
gut-st partook ottlie hohjiiailitj
TheJ were tbtt Meyiiet.ts ofomunv
beiWfiiiltip nKftt rifts riuriS&n thv,
esteem in which the joung couple
p The hitppy couple loft for Lis Amrul
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res and otucr'Californla cities to spend r
their honeymoon and on thelc return
will make. Twin Oaks their future
TJie following day a family recept
ion Vjjs hold, at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. I?elrceftbout 2fi guests were
present nnil (uul1('pieusaiittimQ.
Mr. Clyde Pcirceis well known hre
as he is the son of Mr: end M&"viGfeo7
Peirce who resided here many yeari,
but moved to San Marcos, Calif., a few'
years ago where they now reside.
The Chief along with the groom's
many friends here wish them much
joy and happiness. ,
Earl Hill was a passenger to Blue
C. E. Putnam was transacting busi
ness in Red Cloud Monday.
Fred "Turd is in possession of the
lumber yard during the absence"of Mr
Morgan. Davis has taken a position
as clerk in A. A. Boron's Hardware
Mrs. Curtis Deal left on Tuesday
morning for a short visit witli iter
daughter at Kearney.
The Right Place store Is being de
corated with a new coat of paint. Mr.
Shuman Is doing the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Seward Brubakercame
in on the train Tuesday evening after
an absence of about two weeks.
Ilarry Dedrick came up from Red
Cloud Tuesday and expects to com
mence plastering the school house.
Charles Foe came in from Litchfield,
Nebr., Saturday to spend a few days
with his mother. He left for his homo
If you are interested In any phase of
dairying, do not fail to be present at
the Farmers' Institute Jan. U7-28, and
listen to Mr. Dawson's talk.
F. A. Good and son Walter left for
Lincoln Monday. Mr. Good Is Presi
dent of the Lumber Men's Association
and he is attending to some business
matters relative to the association.
They expect to be back in a few days.
The A. O. U. W. lodge No.. 218 had a
public installation Saturday evening.
The members' families were invited to
attend. The following officers were
Installed: P. G. M. W S. P. Stark;
M. V, C. E. Pntnamj Foreman, L. R.
Hunt; Oversoor, G. G. Holt; Guide, '
Freddie Fuller; I. W., G. A. Wells; O.
V., I, L. Paul, After the coremonios
the tables were brought in and also a
good many tilings good to eat which
was very much enjoyed bv all.
Will have the BEST music ONLY when it
has; an Edison Phonograph.
4 Come in and
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For spring plowing the old reliable kind wear well and
work well and give entire satisfaction. We make them and
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q)7 Headquarters v for Harness of every description 23
yean cxpcucnccjprDuiKung narness. iow is ine one oi
year to oil your' harness before spring work. Begin it Keeps
the leather soft and pliable, prevents it from cracking and
renders it water-proof.
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I From The Factory, a nice
Don't Fail To See
and Inspect Our Line
ED. AM ACK
All The Phones
$60.00 to $475.00
15.00 to 200.00
let us prove it.
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