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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 12, 1914)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, FEttKUAKY 12, U14.
Your Duty To Your Family )
is not only save for a rainy day. but to q
Safeguard Your Savings.
YOU CANT LOSE if you deposit in this q
bank, because ve operate under the State j
Guaranty Law, and every dollar is protect- fy
ed by the State Guaranty Fund. fjjj
Besides that, this bank is sound and safe fjj)
and conservatively managedyour money . (f
here would be safe without the State Guar- , (j
anty, but with the added protection, you (j)
simply can't lose no matter what happens. f(l
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
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WE ARE SHOWING
JE ADVANCE STYLES IN
W&- FOR SPRING -&
ALL THE NEW
Shapes and Colors
A SPECIAL NEW LINE OF
( Caps For Spring
LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU
James Silvey Weds
On Wednesday evening nt six o'clock
lit tin homo of Mr. mill Mi's. A. D.
Wnnderly, occurred the muiTiiigo of
Dioir daughter, Miss Mulzlo V to Mr.
Junius A. Silvey, of limvnlo, Hov.
Wright pcrfoiniiug the marriage eero
mony wliieh tw witnessed only ty
llio inimudiatu lolutiviw of .llio con
tract lnr partloi. After the ret oniony
it bountiful diniiur was.s-i vimI.
Tlio brldu is olio f Kud Uloud'a
lioptilitr Joiiii' ludlrh mid isiiradunto
ot our Id'li Hulioul. hlic Iius bcu
tc.'iuhiii in tin: Lincoln school tin.'
The p'ooin is in the linnhcr Inisliieis
ut Jiiiiwilo and isetl Iciiovmi in this
city us he. w.is eoniR'cted with thii
Siiinuleih liroi liitnbur yard hero for
soiral j ears.
'I'liey w ill make their home ut Inti
vulonnd tho Cliiof iiIoiik with 1 licit
many fiiends wlli Ilium much joy nnd
Mrs. E. B. Smith
Buried Here Sunday
Mrs 11 It Smith, uj;o.d fiCyctiri, wife
if tho late K. 11. SniUh died last Frlduy
in Lincoln. She hud been In falling
health-Jor Revcral months but her limit
hlcluic.sb was of about three weeks
duration. Slio was one of Webster
county's old pioneers huring como here
in the ear!' seventies. She wus mar
ried to IJ. il, Smith, about .!" years
af,o. Mr. Smith jinssed uvvuy in tliia
city u few yearb ago.
Her remuliis wore brought hero Sat-
in day evening tor burial. The funeral
ocourred Sunday afternoon from the
Episcopal church, Hov. J. M, Bates,
conducting tho Horvlces, and tho East
ern Star conducting tho services at the
She is survived by six children, Mrs.
Mary Dennett and Mis. Pearl Ely of
MoCoolt; Emma Jones, of Inavule;
Mrs. Hattlo L. Dohanon, Mrs. Lillian
Doling and E. Boyd Smith of Lincoln.
She also leaves a twin sister, Mrs.
Elizabeth Feuimore of Texas, 'mid two
other sisters, Katie Fulton of lllvertou
and Maggie Fidlor of Sacramento1
California. Four brothers survive hoc
William Jones of Emporia, Kansas,
John and Joseph Jones ot Corvalis,
Oregon and Thomas F. Jones of Ina
Tho funeral wus very laigoly attend
ed mid tho iloi-Hl oltoriiis's were many
and beautiful,. The Chief extends
sincere condolence to tho bereaved
relatives during their sad hour of
1914 Nebraska Boys'
Acre Corn Club
1. Contestant must ho a club mem
hei age: 10 to 18 years, inclusive.
Z. hu'li contestant .shall ngivo to
tiiHlin n special study of scuilng, select
In, planting, cultivating and harvest'
.'I Plot must, he one nere. rectaugu
I.ir in shape. This aero may bo pari
of u linger Hold which club member is
I. All work must he done by club
'i Tho acre inusL ho measnivd, coin
hushed and then weighed in tho pios
eiifi.of two disintoiestcd freeholders.
AilMuUt iniiHt be ont to County Hup
ciiuiendcui, and State University Agii-
cultural I'Atousliiu IJupartiucnt.
Coin must lis weighed as per in-
sti actions sent out by U H. Dep.ut
meiit of Agriculture nnd State Depait
nient of Agilcultuial Evtousiun.
7 Ten t ars of the corn iuiihI be e.
ldbited at thedounty Contest, nnd ut
tho State Contest.
S. In counties wheio no County
Contest is held, contostuntH aro eligi
ble to statu pilzes, but not to county
0. No contestant hIiiiII bo eliglblo to
logitlur county or state piizes whoso
reports lire f not coiuploto, nnd who
does not submit a written account on
titled "Howl Made My Crop of Corn."
10. In estimating protits, $5.00 an
acre shall bo charged as lout of laud.
Tho worlc of each hoy shall bo estimat
ed at 10 cents au hour, and tho work
of each horse at 5 cents an hour.
Mautire shall bo Charged at a rate of
82.00 for each two horse wagon load.
11. Enrollment closes June 1st,
12. Prizes will bo uwurded on the
i (1) Greatest yield per acre 30
(3) Best showing of profit on in
1 investment 30
(3) Quality and ten ear exhibit. 20
(4) Best written crop report and
history entitled "How I
Made My Crop of Corn".... 20
5S AND S&S-
8 ED. AMACK
Where To Tell Seed Woe's
Spccillc information regarding tho
puiity of Feeds on the farm may ho ob
tained from Miss Louise M, Allen of
Lincoln, recently appointed to bo head
seed inspector of the state. Miss Allen
1h beginning her work by an inspect
ion,of all wholesalo seed houses of the
state. As she is a graduate of tho Uni
versity of NobrasUa and has had charge
both of the seed worlc of tho govern
ment at the State experiment station
and of seed analysis of tho stato of
Washington, she is consldeicd to be
eminently qualified to answer dofluito
quostions regarding seed diflicultlcs.
ALL THE PHONE
How To Tell Your
. Cow's Fortune
The way to lull your cow's foituno
is to find out what tho is producing, by
thu use of scales and tho Kabeock test.
Then subtract her cost. That it pays
to do this is graphically illustrated by
the experience of tho State College of
Agriculture, Thocollego had in its
'held two cows named Elbio and Gold
which uere.of thosamo Hge and breed
and were receiving tho same care.
One could nut tell by thu looks of them
which was tho bettor cow. Elsie's
average an until buttor fat was valued
ut 81 10.10 and her average annual cost
. was ioo.su, so mat ncr income was
Alfkrtl f.1.1.. ...... ... , 1 ..
iu,uu, uuiu n uvnruKU uuuuui pouuun
of butter fat were valued at $74.70 and
her cost of feed was 801,15, leaving but
810,r5 for her income.
Total score 100
All prizes lu the Corn Contest nro
offered by tho Union Stoclf Yards Com
pany of South Omaha, Nebraska.
State Champion Trip tq Washing
ton, 1). C gioo
iHt PIo Wo in cash
2nd prlisu J5
3rd prize io " "
5 fourth prices of ?. each . 21 " "
10 fifth prizes of $2 each 20 " "
1st prize 830 lu cash
2nd prize 23 " "
3rd prize,.. , , io "
5 fourth prizes of 83 each.V 25 " "
10 fifth prizes of 82 oaoh ... 20 " "
The Eastern division is composed of
all counties east of ll line drawn
straight south from the western bound-
arv of Knov fimintv. Tin. u'.ut...... ,n.
IV - -- ,f taw fujVtt V4"
vision is composed of all countios west
of this lino.
lstprlzo 8KMu cash
2nd prio '. 5 '
3rd prize ,'J "
Thcbo prizes are offered in 'each
county where a County Contest is hold
under iho direction of the County Sup
erintendent. Eor enrollment blanks, write to
Agricultural Extension Service, Unl-t
vorsity farm, Lincoln, Xubrubku.
Will have the BEST music ONLY when it
has an Edison Phonograph.
Disc, v .
$60.00 to $475.00
15.00 to 200.00
Come in and let -is prove it.
f E. H. NEWHOUSE
C$ Optometrist and Jeweler
fi RED CLOUD, - - - Nebraska
C3SXSHQB 4MB w
Having Just Returned From Market
Where I Perspnally Selected
A Large Line of
I Now Have a Complete Line of Rugs
in aii oizes ana oraaes Ana in
All The Late Patterns
Licensed Embalmer and Furniture Dealer.
for cash the H.J, Mauier farm of
330 acres, three miles from Ued Cloud,
(W acres of alfalfa, 10 acres of farm
land, 1000 rods hog fencing, orchard, 'ho published in tho weekly pnpoib,
Resolution Of Respect
Whereas, tho Jnmos A. Uarlleld, No.
11 Woman's Kollof Corps of Red Cloud,
has been boroly bereaved in tho death
of our beloved bister, Lois MoKelghan,
therefore bo it resolved, that by tho
death of Mis. McKelghan, our Corps
has lost 0110 of its best iieinhers, 0110
who was over loyal to our uiotlo,"Fra
tornily, Charity unci fioyulty " Siie
was over loady for any duty and to
inilco any sacrilleo ta benefit others.
We shall meet and no shall udsi her,
and as we look upon her vucaut chair
wo are admonished to ho also ready;
and bo it also icsolved that tho sympa
thy of this Corps bo extended to tho
sorrowing family, who aro callod upon
to mourn tho loss of a dear mother mid
wo commend to tlju heavenly Father,
who dobth ull things well, and wo can
only say, Thy will bu done. And bo it
further resolved that wo diupo our
Charter for a period of .'lo days, and
that a copy of theso resolutions bo
spread on tho record of this corps and
good house and bam. Inquire of Fred
Maurer or II.VJ. Maurcr.
Lowest rates, host option. Call for
me at State Bank. O. F. Caiiier.
Fine tabic potatoes at MoFarland'u.
' I am again ready to make farm
loans promptly und on uttractlvo terms
Solo agent for Trevett, Mattls &
Baker. j. h. Bailey.
Substitutes For Meat
11 .. 1. ,.
The various substitutes for meat in
tho homo may he learned from an up-to-date
freo cook book containing 80
pages, upon application for Extension
bulletin No. 17 of tlio;bullotIn depart
ment, University F ft r 111, Lincoln.
Among the substitutes .mentioned are
eggs, cheese, nuts, diiod pons and
beans. Theso aro all olasscd as hav
ing the same vuliiQ as moat in the
building of bodily fNsuo. Tho cost of
sonio of theso food, is Jess tlilm ineut
"Farmoib should not negloct the
strawberry," said Secrotnry S. It. Dun
can of the state horticultural society.
"Kvory family should havo'ii straw
berry patch largo enough to supply
tho household with fresh fruit through
out tho berry .bcusou nnd enough sur
plus to can and pioservo for winter
use. Strawborrles aro tho easiest fruit
grown and bring quickest returns for
tho labor and money expended. Three
hundred plants sut outturn) well oared
for ought, -during an average season,
supply u family of ordinary size with
all the fruit they can use."
Take your cream to J, O. CldwlL-
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