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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 22, 1914)
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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 the State Guaranty Fund.
Desides that, this bank is sound and safe
and conservatively managed your money
here would be safe without the Stale Guar
anty, but with the added protection, you
simply can't lose no matter what happens.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
fcasasaaasMasa ssa ssa
4" A " E3E5
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
1 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 up some odds and ends slightly soiled dress shirts,
will sell "Cluett" $1.50 shirts at 75 cents.
No goods sold at These prices Except FotCnsli.
4 Newspaper That Gives The News
RED CLOUD, MEBKASKA, JANUARY 132, 11)14.
Mrn. S.unh J. Ryan, nxed 07 yours.'
ilifd nt. tho homo of her son. .lauios
Rjan, who resides thli teen lnilossoutli
west ot , this city, Moiulny niornine-.
Thu filiioiul was held from the
Catholic ohuii'h Wednesday mottling,
Father Flt.gui.ild olHolaMng. Sim
loiiios sovoial oliilureii to moiiiti hot-
r1out li. Duthil took nluco in tho
Miss Bessie Pi'KC dauxhlor of Mr.
mill .Mi n. .1 V. Vow dioil Sunday at
Omaha and tho body was hroiiKht huio
Monday ovoniiiL'. Tho fiincial was
holilTuobday moiniii,' at tlio Method
1st chinch, Kuv. Wright oondnclnj; tho
but vice". Sho loaves liosides her parent-,
llo biothet'. and tlnoe bisters
and :i laio number of frionds to
mourn her death. liHoimont tuulc
place in tho city oemcteiy.
Mts. Fannie M
IJiovmi died at tho
homo of her mother, Mrs. Hunoy, last.'1'111' Indies.
Satmdny after a Ioiik illness. Shu uiih
boi u April Ii, lh(J0. Hoi husband died
a few j ems am. The fiiucral was held
ill tho ISivthrcn uliiiti'h Tuesday afior-!
i.oon at 2 o'oUiclt. Kuv. WiiK'onor and
I.' W. JM on condui-ud tho funoral
hdivlceb. bint leaves -four bons to
mourn her death. -, Intel moot tool;
place in the citj tvineleiy.
Tohcph Ifoltz, ajj'd 82 years, 1
mouths mid 10 dns, died at tho liunio
ot h!r daughter, Mi s. Anthony Schat-
fer, who hvth. southwest ol this ciry,
Satuidnj nlieinooli. Ho was bom in
Hamburg, tioiniany, August 3D, Isl'.'.
Ho was mniried to ttuolino yinitli
.September 'JO, 18.)S and tp this union
woroboin hIx chi diim. Ho was a
member of the Lutheran ohuich. The
funeral was hold Monday afternoon,
Kuv. Hummel conducting tho bet rices.
Intcriuonl. took place in tho cityeemo
Red Cloud Wants
Nino Nebraska towns linvo entered
tho luce for the location of tho state
reformatory soon to bo bottled by tho
boaid of control, bays tho World
Horalil The towns uro IlnstlngH,
Kearnoy, l'lattMnouth, Kcd Cloud,
Humboldt, Table Itnck, Iloldiege,
Cicto niul Louisville. Tho board mtidu
tho nnnotiiiocmont today that It would
get busy In tills direction 'and that it
hoped to make the holootlon by a dato
not later than February 15. It is
probable that exhibits, maps and
briefs betting out tho advantages of
of nil (owns will bo examined by tho
board in addition to tho trips to bo
taken to ench slto offerod the state for
Tho Rod Cloud Ohambor of Com
mcice has taken up tho matter with
real earnestness, and tho Public Im
provement commlttco of this popular
organization is soon to get busy and
select n site, uirango data, cto., to bo
submitted to tho board of control, mid
which will clearly demonstrate tho
many ailvimtagos of locating this In
btltutlou nt this place. Couio on, get
in tho baud wagon Let us nil pull
together and land this now retormu
tory in Kcd Cloud.
J. W. Dawson Will Be At
Cowles Farmers' Institute
Any person In the town or country
who keeps ono or moio cows should
not fall to hear J. W. Dawson who will
bo ono of the spealiois at Iho Cowlos
Fni mots' Institute Jan. 27-28 Mr.
Daw son was raised on u farm, had n
couro in tho Agricultural School at
Lincoln, m foi'ii number of yeais
Dairy Inspector for tho Stnto of Ne
braska, and for sovoral years lias been
operating a daily of his own. Ho is
well qualified to speak on dairy subjects,
Fifty - two Weeks Each Year For $1.50.
A Jnlut itistiillittloii of llu Modem
Woodmen of Amotion niul tlto Royal
Ni'thUius wab liolil in thu Woodman
'mil lust 1'ilduy night. Mis. Ulenii
Wallior noted as installing nuloor for
' t'' Unjal Neighbors anil her purl oi
"'' plagium was conducted In 11 most
I'vollont minium'. The same may ho
mu1 of each and oery olio who hud a
placo in this eoienioiiy. Tins marches
and ill UN weio o in led out in sp1inliil
shnpo. Tho i illcoi'S of thu Woodman
( loiljju woro Installed by spuchil deputy
. WHmiii in a lltliiiKmannor.
After those, coiomonlos a voiy ox-
ii'idlont lopast was set veil to ahonl one
h'inilied and llfly people. Then fol
lowed tho following piofjram which
was presided over in a very uhlo man
ner by .Inline If V. KiUnti:
Duett Mlshes Smith
1'iuiny Diill Di'sreoatair
Solo CJInnn Wallier
I Camp Activity Dopnty Wilson
n. J. OveiliiK, Jr.
Glutei mil History In duo Ueeboi
The ootiinjf'n entertainment was
ono of the best ever ijivon heio in tho
history of Woodcraft. Tho Intoicst
' "clilbltoil bespeahs renowod activity
i 11l unquestionably thl older will
materially Ineieanj its membership
dm ini; tho coming season: Tho fol-
liiuftur fiJIti'itii. it'itt'.i itiuffillftil
,1 I'MIM i lllVt) !.. III1.IIIIVU
"r".Mtrf i: VVtflcli, I'.ist Oracle:- Mr. J.
M Iturgess, Ui iiclt; Mih. M.ary Hall,
Vice Orat'li-: Mrs. Kd 1'iilMplior,
C'luuinellor; Mi" V. L. !liii(", Kocoider;
Mrs. II. i.'. Cutter, Receiver; Mis.
Ilalley, lusido Sentinel; Mis. Ed. (ill
belt, Out'dde St'iitlnol; Mrs, Anna
Turner, Maislial; Mis. Mildred Hall,
Assistant Maishall; Miss (ioitrudo
Wullbrandt, Managti; Mis. Walter
Win i en, iniisii'ian
II. C. Wilson dlbttlct deputy Install
ed the following niiicois:
Ilert IJiicker, V. C; Ilert Loouaid,
W. A ; C. l Wallln. Cleik; Ilert 1'cr
sou, Hankci; Geo. .Sheldon, Hscort; If.
.1. Maurerj Sentry; Uco. V. Hutchison,
Real Estate transfers.
Ueul Estato Transfers for week end
ing January 20th, 1011. Compiled by
M. W. Carter, Bonded Abstracter, Red
Thomas l. Chainhcra and wlfo
to Augusta Kuhn, wtl, nwJ.TJ-
4-10 8 0000
Irti B. Wagoner and wife to Jesse
E. Wagoner, d, uoj-f ne'f sco.
J. A. Dice to Li.lo Dice, wd,
lot 32 I'litniorc'sStib-Div., Red
Cloud , 400
Cowles Cemetery Association to
Wobster County, wd, part of
nwK nwJi sec. 3-2-10 40
Charles R. Bosso and wife to
Frank l'. Sutton, wd, lots 11,
1U, Ulk. 14, Jackson's Add to
Rod Cloud 100
Charles J. 1'lutt and wife to
School District No. a Rod Cloud,
wd, part sw x4 neK &ec. 2-1-11 . . 1300
Charles S. Wolf aud wlfo to Port
er B. Halo, wd, part iiwjif 37-1-10
Lois Foo to Olive A. Foo, wd,
lots 1,5,0,7, 10, 11,12, Blk. 7,
Ross L. Foo to Mabel U. Foo, wd, I
wtf boK 20 8 10. . 3000 .
B. A. Straycrund wife to C. II.
Stinycr, wd, lots 7, 8, Blk. 10,
.Smith fe Moores Add to lted
Otto F. Stoll'regan and wlfo to C.
F. Gund, wd, south Co foot of
lots 2.', 20, lllk.lt, Blue Hill.. 300
B, W. Anderson and wlfo to K, i
N. and M. L, Roboi'ts, wd, pint i
u iv M 15-t-l 1 10CO
William J. ICelloy and wlfo to
Wlllinm N. McCoy, wd, o nw
Y and sw'f nwjj, n nw of
iiw'fsec. 11 1-12 12000,
Mortgages flloil, g.'J.HS'J.Os.
Mortgages toleitsed, 822.03B.
Oooil Alfalfa For Bulu: Inqulro of
Farmers' Institute, Cowles, Neb., Jan. 27-28
Will have the BEST music ONLY when it
has an Edison Phonograph.
(I Come in and
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Optometrist and Jeweler
fl RED CLOUD, -
For spring plowing the old reliable kind wear well and
work well and give entire satisfaction. We make them and
buying the best at lowest price from the Old Reliable
Headquarters for Harness of every description 23
years experience in building harness. Now is the time of
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.
THE HARNESS NAN
.. We Are Grateful..
For the excellent trade we have
enjoyed the paft year, and to
wish you abundant prosperity and
happiness during 1914.
We are better than ever able to
supply your needs in Furniture
with larger slock, better prices
and a better acquaintance with
our patrons. .'. ;
$60.00 to $475.00
15.00 to 200.00
let us prove it.
- - Nebraska
andFurnituro Dealer, i
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