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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 27, 1914)
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VERY one of your banking connections
to bo a profitable one, returning you the
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-udiUr j largest measure ol service ana accom
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Deposits Guaranteed by
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK-,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
Have you provided your self with a proper
place to keep your corn?
Are your Groin Bins in good condition?
Do. you know that we offer for sale the
beslfCrib and Bin Material on the market.
"And Oar Prices Are Right"
THE MALONE-AVERY CO.
"Talk With Us About Your Wants"
Many people have learned
to consider such, and such a
watch as an ideal time piece.
When they buy they want
that particular watch.
We don't blame them be
cause we have watch ideals
too and ideal watches.
They are the South Bend
and the Hamilton and the
Howard and one or two
others. These we have learn
ed to depend upon these we
buy and isell eacli year in
greater quantities. And be
fore you make a watch pur
chase we would like to talk
to ' you about these move
ments. May we?
E. H. Newhouse
Optometrist and Jeweler.
Activity In the county exhibit sec-
tlon of the Nebraska state fair' iudl
. cates that there will be n decided in
crease In the number of county exhibits
in the new Agricultural-Horticultural
hall, Sept. 7p11. Comities In the west
and northwest sections of the state are
making commendable efforts to boost
their communities by extensive agri
cultural displays. y
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modation commensurate wnn me size
of your deposit, open an account with
paid on time deposits.
State Guaranty Fund
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To the Voters of Webster
As candidate for sheriff on the Pro
gressive ticket, I shall make the race
on the following issue:
Believing as I do that the laxity of
enforcement of our liquor laws, more
than any other one thing, should re
ceive an officer's attention, I shall, if
eleoted, do everything in my power to
eliminate the "booze influence from
our local politics, and to enforce the
liquor laws in general.
Realizing as I do that the difficult
part of this will be to obtain the evi
dence, I take the following method of
doing this: If elected, I will set aside
from my salary $100 each year that I
am in ofllce, to be used in the form of
rewards for obtaining evidence, to se
cure convict ions against any violators
of the liquor laws. And I Ifereby
agree to pay any person or persoiib S2.1
reward for each conviction (not in ex
cess of four per year) secured through
evidence so furnished.
If this proposition seems radical to
you, please rumomher that an ollleor
who tries to secitru enforcement of
the laws Is only doing his sworn duty.
J Will say further that, if elected, 1
will do everything in my power to give
everyone a sqmtru deal who has busl
lies with the sheriff, and will diu
charge the duties ncrtalninir to mv
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Kebpectfully. T. V. Wiiitk.
I wish to thank the Democratic and
People's Independent electors for the
votes given me at the primary election
and hope to merit your confidence and
support at the gpneral election in No
vember. Yours sincerely,
Patrick Conway's blind assisted by
grand opera stars, of international
reputation will glvo free concerts at
the Nebraska state fair, Sept. 7-11.
Four state bands, Nelsou, Stromsburg,
Oakdalc and Tecumsoh. will assist In
furnishing the music.
;RRAI X,AmO HIEF
A Nnwanapisr That Gives The Nr.ws
!J3D CLOUD, NEBRASKA. AtKUIST L'T. I!M1
Dr. A. E. Boles
Fakes a Wife
Tlio following taken from the Hast
iugr. Trihuiio tells of the wedding of
Vvo of Red Uloml'.i most prominent,
J'uti ic people, and will prove interest
ing leading to their many friends:
j " V very pretty anil impressive
double wedding ceremony was solemn
ize i at ! ii. m. Thursday, August '.'Oth,
at tlio home of Mr. and Mm. 0. V
!V,iy, 11 III West Third .street, when
I their daughter, Miss Klsie F. Way,
; was united in mariiage to Joe M.
i Davis of this city, and Miss Gold Elslo
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uiiuiii m riumiiui nccumc uie urine
of Dr Arthur E. Holes of Ke I Cloud.
Mrs. Uoles is the sister of Mrs. Way.
"Tlie home was attractively decor
ated for the nuptials, green and white
predominating. Tim couples were
united between two large white pillars
wound with ferns, an oval canopy
aboe being covered with similar
greenery. A pretty screened back
ground wus iirninged, which was a
mass of ferns, io-bmW, lillieS of tile
valley an 1 palms, lioth couple were
unattended. The wedding ceiemony
wiii pel formed by the Uev. F. J.Clark
pastor ef the Congregational church.
"The wedding match was played by
Ml'js Gladys Sutter and Miss Pmilu
llivmuiu sjitig 'Oh, Promise Me' and
'I Love Von Truly '
"MisH Way woie a traveling suit of
hiuutlful green, trjimue'd in lilielc vel
vet; with u smtirt hliicK velvet' travel
ing hat. Miss Arnuhl was becomingly
gowned in a golden brown traveling
"After the wedding and the espies
slon of congratulations by the guests
an elaborate breakfast was served, tlio
guests being seated at three tables at
tractively decorated with while roseb
iind( lilies of the valley, interwovon
with white satin ribbon. Tho bridal
couples sat at the large table. Those
who served were Misses Katheriue
Kohl, Margaret Fulk, Opal Nicholas
and Celestine BremiHii.
"Both couples received a large nurn'
ber of presonts. The brides' gifts to
Misa Sutter and Miss Brennan were
band-painted china, and to the assist
ants, silver spoons.
"Mrs. Holes is from Franklin, but
for the past two years has taught in
the Red Cloud high school, where she
has made her home for a number of
yeais. Mr. holes is well established
iu the practice of medicine at Red
Cloud, where both are well known.
"Mr. and Mrs Davis are graduates
of the Hastings high school, class of
101.1. They are popular among a wldo
circle of friends, who are pleased to
know that they will make their homo
permanently in this city. Mr. Davis
ishaviug built n hamUnme dwelling
at Hiirllngtan avenue and Ninth street
which will soon bo ready for their oc
"The couples left, Thursday for Den
ver, whererthey will pass their honey
moon." Dollar Wheat
In A Few Day
Local grain men says Mondavi liust-
fngs Dally Republican aro anticipating
a further boost in the price of wheat
and expect to 3eo it go to a dollar a
bushel before the first of Sentember.
It sold forOl cents on tho Omaha ex
change yesterday. With tho prepara
tions made on a largo scale for ship
ments to Europe it is figured the
demand will be for such a large quan
tity as to cause the price to go up by
leaps and bounds. ,
The big tractors will be given a
chance to demonstrate their merits at
the Nebraska State Fair, Thursday,
Sept. 10. A tract of laud has been se
cured and tractor men will show what
their machines will do uniler the man
agement of experts. Progressive farm
ers have bfen making Inquiries con
cerning tho tractor demonstration and
are planning to watch the proceedings,
Flfty - tno Weeks Each Year For St.fiO.
A Large Crowd
The Webster County 'iVacheiV In
stitute opened in ilut Washington
M-liool building on Monday, August
2lth, with a very large attendance.
there being 118 enrolled
We in e very glad to see that a largo
per I'ent of the teachers over the
county tire men.
The instructors this year consist of
riot. Uoehrol tills city, Miss lluldah
Peterson of Lincoln and Chancellor
Fulmar of Weslevun I'nlvorslty.
Among the special features this year
was an informal reception on Monday
evening, and on Tuesdiiv evening Prof,
iloelir took the touchers to the agri
cultural farm, where lie delivered an
especially Interesting lecture.
bpicial music each day furnished by
members of the Institute is another
lealure of this year's program. Tho
Vietrola musicale will be given Friday
at 10 a. m. It will consist of uiu-ic for
Chancellor Knliiun- will ilnltem- n
special lecture to the teaeher.s on Fri!
day evening at tho Methodist church
which will no doubt prove both inter
esting and instructive The public is
cordially invited to attend. j
Tlie institute closes on Saturday
with tho eighth grade graduation ex-1
erciscs and rellecls great credit upon
Miss UerSiude L. Coon, our county su
pjirliileiident, and is In itsoll suflleieiit'
piW that she is. tlmioiighly quulnleil
for the position which hi! has so ably
filled tlio past three years.
The following are enrolled at the)
L. M. Kt.-kard, Marlon Bloom, Alice
Fowler, fieri Sirrs, Mubellc Smith,
Venla Henderson, Ivu Rutledge, Myrtlu
Bonner, Dthel Wisecarver, Lena Ohm
stede, Inez Fetty, Agues Steward,
(Jleiiu Foe, Helen Relhor, Eleanor Gil
ham, Maude Crow, Ira Sides, Walter
Portcnier, Joe Springer, Howard Yost,
Belle Mclntyre, Alice Whalen, Lois
Hltchfy, Mirth Walker, Frances Nolan,
Grace Coombs, Muriel Henderson, Jen
nie Campbell, Lenora Springer, Flora
Shute, Monnio Speuce, Miuuie Trout,
Anna Zimmerman, Jessie Murauville,
Daisy Porteulcr, Estella Shute, Golda
Hodges, Lllllian Porteuler.Rose Brehm
Beatrice Sloss, Velma McKimmey,
Elsie Long, Flossie McKimmey. Gut
Dunbar, Lura Lambert, Kleanor Will
lumsou, Macy Spraoher, Gertrude Oat
man, Philena Fawcett, Deua Batiks,
L. R. Wright, Lulu Hughes, Inez
Boner, Josephiue Johnston, Viola Bar
rett, Lizzie Uolthouse, Anna Peterson,
Harold Fox, Joe Wlebeler. Millicent
Brooks, Irma Bruco, Mario Pulsipher,
Marie Jernberg, Nellie DeTour, Frank
M. Delehoy, Elmo O. Fuuke, Blanche
Bonner, Alison Uowdoii. Laura 13.
Koon, Bessie Thomas, Myrlle Koou,
Annu Cowel, J. Evan Uutchius, Ethel
mice, Clam Ileln, Mabel E. James.
Grtiee Boner, Mildred Koon, Katie Fox
Hoy Boien. M. Turnbaugh, Dorothy
Baylor, Estella Baylor, Delia E. Mo
Calluin, Emily Walker, Emilia Peter
son, Bertha Chaplin, Venm Chaplin,
May Dickeisou, Harry L. Hodnsou,
Laura Osborn, Hazel Johnson, I veil
Robinson, Anna MePurtland, Llda
Gllhaiu, Ora Burwell, Annie (.illhmn,
Clarice Kernhner, 0. A. Pierce, Elmii
Ailes, Christine Pattnor, Funiileliuteh
Ins, Alviit Hutlijon, Wilina ij. Guy,
Irene Crow, Grace Sherer, Pearl Sherer,
Will Bruuer, Elsie Mikscli, Lena Lud
low, Irene McUulre, Orlu V. Foufz,
Two and one half acres of land with
good eight room house, two good chick
en houses, wash house, coal house and
agoodwoll. Everything iu first class
sluipc. Will sell at a bargain or trade
for stock. Inquire here or phone Ind.
The Democratic candidates for oflice
on the state ticket and tho editors over
the state will have a blc meetlnir iu
South Omaha tomorrow. Owing to a
rush of business this editor will be un
able to attend,
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FOR THE BABY
Go-Carts, High-Chairs, Rockers, Nursery- Chairs,
Cribs, Trundle Beds, in fact everything thai goes to
make things pleasant for the Baby and convenient for
the mother. We have them in all prices and quajity
lrom the cheapest to the best.
Call and Look Them Over I
Licensed Embalmer and Furniture Dealer.
We would be pleased to present you with a
card on which the election table, found on the
back page of this issue, is printed. Call at
this oflice and secure one. They are free.
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