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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1914)
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WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD. NKDRASKA
Have you provided your sell with a proper
place to keep your corn?
Are your Grain Bins in good condition?
Do you know that we offer for sale the
best Crib and Bin Material on the market.
"And Our Prices Are Right"
THE MALGNE-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 sell each 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. Newfoouse
Optometrist and .leweler.
John biers eamo down from Orleans
Weesner & Koontz shipped a ear of
mixed stock to Kansas City Wediics
d iy. -
Herald Thompson and Emtio Holes
of Lebanon, Kansas, were Hed ('loud
Thero will be the regular church
services Sunday morning and evening
at the Congregational churoh and the
mid-week service on Wednesday even
ing at 7:30.
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VERY one of your banking connections
to be a profitable one. returning you the
largest measure of service and accom
modation commensurate with the size
of your deposit, open an account with
us. Interest paid on time deposits.
by State Guaranty Fund
Uetl Cloud, Nebr., Sept. 1st, 1014.
Tho Hoard of County Commissioners
met pursuant to adjournment. Mem
bers all present, viz: W. G. Hoffman.
(!. Ohtustede, Floyd McCall, Paul
Storey and T. J. Chaplin, chairman of
In the matter of purchasing steel
tlxtuies for the new court house.
It was moved and seconded that the
bid and contract awarded to the Steel
Fixture and Manufacturing Company
of Topeka, Kansas, be ami Is ratisfled
and said deputy be and is instructed
that they deliver said II x tines in place
by Nov. 1st, lull. Motion carried.
Hoard adjourned to Sept. 2nd, 11)11.
Uoard met pursuant to adjournment.
Members present as above,
On motion tho claim of Vernon Har
ris for bridge work in the sum of HQ.il)
was audited and allowetani the cleric
authorized and instructed to draw
warrant on bridge fund in payment of
In the nmtterof selecting hardware
for tho new court hou&o.
The board and Mr. Howies met with
the hardware salesman and selected
such hardware, that isreijuircd for the
new court house,
On motion board adjourned to I ho
ft!!Uh day of September, 1011.
Mii and .Mrs. Coy of Kdenburg, .Ind
are visiting 1. A. Wnllbraudt tills
Miss Josephine Miner left Wednes
day for Gulosburg, Illinois, to resume
liei teaching at Knox conservatory.
Now they say that the supreme court
has muddled up the law so effectively
concerning the sheriff's compensation
for feeding prisoners, says Tio Exam
iner, that ull of the shoriffs in the
stale will be entitled to all of the feos
they collect ami the statutory salary
besides. However, it might be a
measure of protection for each candi
date for sheriff to declare uefore elec
tion that he is going to bo contented
with his salary.
A fl civsinper That Rhus The News
KED ULOU1), M3B1SASKA. SHPTHM15KII 10,
Ted Harris Sails
On Matrimonial Sea
()t last Sunday evening at. 7:!M)
oVIouk nt the homo of tho Initio's
nfnther, Mrs, Joseph Publicity, in this
by occurred tho marriage of her
daughter Miss Julia Publicity to Mr.
'IVd Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs Kobt.
Harris. Rev. Lfninger of Cowles per-
fo-ined tho marriage rorcmoiiv.
1 ne uriile is a .voting lady of many
graces of mind and person, who
capable of lining the homo she
adorn with happiness and will prove
to be truly a belpinuto and companion
to lit-1' husband.
1 lie groom Is from one of our best
l.uiillies and ho is one of our prosper
ous young farmers.
Thlsjoung couplo will tnalte their
homo on his l'uin north of town and
they are spending their honoyinoen in
, I;lnooln this week attending tho state
It is-a pleasure to ehroiliolu the
marriage of such worthy jniing people
mid the Chief along with their many
friends wish them a long, pleasant 'and
High School Opens
With Large Enrollment
The lied Cloud Hiyh School opened
Monday, .September 7th, with tho
laiKcst enrollment in Hj, history. Tilt'
(list days eniollmeiit exceeded 'JtU as
comparcdjwith lei.-, a year no. This
would Iiidicute that the enrollment
before the close of the week will put
our high school facilities to u severe
test in onnVr to accommodate tho en
rollment. With 7ti non-resident. pupils
in attendance the total enrol. nieiit for
tho semester promt o to be more than
In order-that the teachers may be
able to handle this body ol students
with as little confusion as possible,
elass advisers have been appointed as
follows: Grade 0 Huth Johnston, Ceclle
Thornton and Stella Ducker; grade
10-Josephine Hichards, John Hoehr;
grade 11 Vernon Storey; grade K'
Since Inst year nu additional teaelier,
Miss Stella Ducker, lias been employed
on half time, and on account of the
increased attendance it has boon found
necessary to divide the grade, in two
and throe sections each.,
Tho greatest bundle-up now exper
ienced in our high school is the lack
of laboratory facilities which impairs
tho work nnd necessitates the handling
of classes in small sections and con
sequently requires more touching force.
Hod Cloud needs u new modern high
The enrollment in the grades for tho
first day was;
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Odd Fellows Hall
The contract for the building of the
new Odd Fellows hall was lotto Howies
A Co., for SG90!).1() Monday evening.
The slzo of tile building will be I0x0
and will bo two stories high. The
brick to be used will be the same as
those in tho court house. Work on
the new building will commence next
week. It will be completed abput tho
middle of November and will bo a
credit to tho city and the organization.
Floyd McCcill made a business trip
to Kansas City Wednesday.
J. II, Bailey aud wifo uro home from
California where they spent bovi'ral
Fifty - two Weeks Each Year For $1.50.
.Business Men Enjoy '
A Banauet Mondav
About forty of tho business uieu of
tho city gathered nt the Uoyul last '
Monday for dinner. This Is the first
time in tlie history of Ked Cloud thai
'such an alVair has happened among
business men. This meeting was u
real get-together gathering and the
spirit of fellowship was in evidence
nil around tho room. There is a feel-
, lug that when one business iiiau starts
something It would be better for all
concerned if all the others would fall
into line and push a good thing along.
There has been too much ol a feeling
that when one merchant gets busy on
a new lino the rest have to gut up
something that will counteract this
new airair. but we think Unit day will
toon pass away. We aio sure It will If
the business men continue to hold
such meetings as this one Monday.
The sooner that we got thu lull uu
iler.staudiug of i lung pull, a strong,
pull and u pull all together, the quick
er wo will get down to leal biisliiesi
and seo the ndvantage of unity in ac
tion and feeling. The toasts were alt,
well responded to and brought forth
geiierous applause. the following
was the program:
ft. J. Ovorlng, Jr., Toastmuster
liargaln Day W. D. Hilson
Ciu Publicity ;... K. II. Newhouse
Hod Cloud Compared With .Others. .
Good Fellowship ,. .,0. L. Cotting
What Ked Cloud Needs T. J. Diamond
(Jeneral Discussion Eferyliody
The following were in attendance:
C. II. Miner
II. A. Let-on
It. P. Weesner
A. L'. ICaley
0. L. Cot ting
J. C Mitchell
M. A Albright
H. V. Koontz
H. L. Avery
F. ti. Turniire
J. W. Auld
W. T. Auld
K. J. Ovoriiig
A. 13. McArthur
10. II 'Ncwhouse
SV. D. Ed-on
T. J. Diamond
W. ('(. Hamilton
K. S Gurber
Dr. H Damcrell
P. A. Wullbrattdtj
J. O. Caldwell
G. W. Hutchison
O. O. Tcel'
W. ti. Warren
K. G. IlHssinger
A. C. Hostuer
W. A. Sherwood
S. U Floraucc
P. 0. Popo
Farthest from war aud its horrois,
The roar of the cannons uu heard;
Nearest to peace with Its blessings,
With never a dark passion stirred.
Furthest from shed blood of brothers
That darkens with crimson tho sod; .
Nearest to brotherhood keeping,
And drawing more closely to toi.
Farthest from kings and their passions,
Blood-guilt of crowned Heads uu
kuowu; Nearest to, labor rewarded,
With lovo ever guarding Its own.
Farthest fiom schemes of aggression,
From ull who would plan tu despoil;
Nearest to Liberty's blessings,
Where God ever smiles on the soil.
Thero where thu sullen guns thuhdor,
And blood-lust is sowing in hate;
Hero whero tho peace songs aro ringing,
And Uod Is the Keeper of State.
Fur from thu din of the battle,
Afar from tho canuoii'Sinoke's pall;
I hit near to our neighbors and brothers,,
With Liberty's torch lighting ull.
September's Midwest Mazazine.
Carl Hedge was in Kansas City Wed-,
Chas. Howies returned trom Ounha i
Chas. Kessler of Hastings was in
Mrs. Harry Cramer was u passenger
to Lincoln Wednesday.
A. H. Mansfield of Hastings trans
noted business in town Tuesday.
Mrs. Chas Foster and daughter of
Orleans 'are visiting Al liters and
family this week.
ItaSaits Hem Overcoats
New Fall Hats
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toprilfhl 1909, bt C. E.
! FOR THE BABY t
Go-Carte, High-Chairs, Rockers. Nursery Chairs,
Cribs, Trundle Beds, in fact everything that goes to
make things pleasant for the Baby and convenient for
the mother. We have them in all prices and quality
from the cheapest to the best.
Call and Look Them Over
ROY SATTLEY I
J. A. Fairfield of Hastings is in the
city on business,
Hev. John J, Ilayne, pastor of the
Congregational churoh has returned
from Omaha where he has boan spend
ing his vacation.
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and Furniture Dealer. S
Fred StefTea came down from Uraiul
Island Wednesday ou business,
Joo K'ogel, H. E. MoFarhind, O. D.
Hedge, Will Crabli, John Yost, Paul
Pope, Fred Maurer and wife were state
fair visitors this wook. ' . ,
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