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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 18, 1915)
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A Newspaper That Gives The News
RED CLOUD, SJSllRASKA. JiVElMtUAKY 18,
Spring Weather Brings
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viii oiiimuy iiiiuniumi lit iiiiu 11 miiurc
tins oMi'Nt daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. j
Will While, Miss Hllu .1. White was
united in iimtriiiinny to Mr. Leoimnl ,
O. Kuilhbiuik of WilMinville. Ntdir. At
the time iinuiiineed the bride mid
groom deeonded the stuirs, Mr. Arelilo
Harris netln as uroomsinuii mid Miss
Luna I!iisurus bride maid The brido
was ffowned in white silk while the
Ki'ouiu wore dark blue serge. In the
presence of near neighbor.-? mid the
brother and histor of the groom tlio
happy pair were made one as the cere
mony was rend by the Ilev U. L. Myers
of the Ash Creek Mothodist elmrcli. '
After the ceremony the company Het
down to u four course dinner. The
table was decorated in keeping with
St. Valentine's day A largo numbor
of beautiful presents were received by
the bride. Mr. and Mrs Hailsback
will make their homo on a farm near
On Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at
the homo of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ilert Leonard, occurred the
marriage of their daughter, Grace
Leona, to .Joseph Tophnm, son of Mr.
and Mrs Joseph Toplmm. In tlio
presence of relatives of the contract
ing parties, I. W. Edson spoke the
words which united this hupjiy pair
for the remainder of life's journey.
The bride is h graduate of the Red
Cloud Uich School and has taught
several terms of school, while the
groom is a prosperous young farmer.
This young couple will make their
home on the Topham farm east of this
city. The Chief along with their
many friends wish them much jov and
On Wednesday at high noon at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Gotlieb Rasser, who live at Lest
er, occurred the marriage of their
daughter, Lena, to Archie Harris, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Harris. In the
presence of one hundred friends' nuil
relatives Rev. 0. W Hummel united
this young couple in the holy bonds of
matrimony. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Rallsback acted as groomsman and
bridesmaid After congratulations the
guests set down to a bountiful dinner
to which they all did justice.
The bride is a graUtiuto of the Red
Cloud School and is held in high
esteem by all who know her. The
groom Is one of Oarllcld preciuot's
popular and prosperous young farmers.
This young couple will make their
home on a-fartu in Garfield precinct.
The Chief along with the many friends
of the brido and groom wish them
a long, pleasant and properous life.
Real Estate TrauTert.
Real Estate Transfers furnished by
M. W. Carter, Bonded Abstracter, Red
L. B. Spenee and wife to Howard
It. Spenee, wd, lot 0,. Blk. 1,
Spenoe's 2nd Add to Bladen.. .. 825
Caroline D, Vance and husb., to
Charles Francis Phares, qod,
undivided 1-5 interest in se
William nerbert Warnock to
George M. Stanley, wd, pt swk
Abbie A, Sloss and husb., to Cora
E. Qarbcr, wd, lota 13, 14, 15,
Ulk. 4, Platts let Add to Red
Armlnta Evans and Husb., to
Cynthia Moler, wd, lots 7, 8,
Blk. 3, Gnrber's 2nd Add to
Red Cloud io00
Heury 13. Roys and wifo to C. I
Gund, wd, pt ne no 18-4-11 CO
Esther R. lHackburn and, Husb.,
to Itussoll V. Shields, wd, self
Carrie II. Turniiro and husb,, to
Buulith M. Mitchell, wd, lots
18, 19, lllk. 20, Smith & Moore's
Add to Red Cloud 750
.uurignges riieu c.fi.yjuz.Vo.
1 Mortgages Released $27,11)3.00.
Fifty - two Weeks Each Year For $1.50.
Why Should Farmers
1914 Rural Crop Wealth
The Department of Agriculture of
the I'uited Stales lias given out the,
total value of the lending agricultural
crops by stitti, in this computation
only twelve htamliml crops are consul
ert'd. Alfalfa is emitted. The value
of Nebraska' l'.MI crop of Alfalfa at an
average price of 7 per ton, was Si'.',.
4G0,:S."i. which really entities it to be
classed as one of our leading crops 11s
it is fourth in value within the state.
In the follow tables of llguros wo only
include the rural population of the
various states in order to arrive at the
per capita woilth of productivity Imbed
on the llgures as given by tlio Depart
ment of Agriculture. When these
llgures are carefully studied ask your
self, why should farmers leave Nebras
kit to better their condition?
Ittuik Statu Rural Cloverniiieiit Per
Popu'tluii Crop Value Cnpl.
1 N'o Dakota flH,820 1 H,2!)3,000 '280
5 So Dakota
l.lDT.lf)!! i!S7,0G2,O0O 210
8H1,:W2 21O,0U!,CO0 230
1,011,717 :31, 150,000
507,215 KM5.4S8.000 2l)D
2,itn,(Ui2 :ti'.vr(;5,ooo 117
7 Minnesota 1.225.111 180,132,000 117
8 Indiana 1,557,011 lS!),r,r,3,0()0 121
0 Wisconsin 1,329.510 152,321,00 114
10 Missouri 1,81)1,518 192,918,000 101
11 Oklahoma 1,337,000 i:ll,ir!i,000 100
13 Ohio 2,101,978 207,337,000 98
13 Texas 2,0.18,438 288,33.-1,000 07
11 Michigan 1,483,120 139,809,0(0 04
The value of a Stallion registration
law can readily be realized when we
analyze the industry within the stato
Nebraska with ono-twclve-hundreth of
tlio world's population has one twent
ieth of all the horses within the United
States and one-one-huudredth of all
the horses in the world. Only llvo
states in the Union exceed Nebraska
In 1912 registration shows only 49
percent of the breeding stallions of Ne
braska were puro bred. In 1914 the
pure breds had increased to 53.7 por
cent. During the bame period of timo
the sound animals increased from G8
porcont in 1912 to SO pcrceut In 1914.
Among the puro bred stallions, Per
cheron'N lead with 55.5 percent of the
total numbor, HelL'iaus'are second with
11.1 percent. In the near future we
hope to sco Nebraska with its splendid
climate and natural resources occupy
the pinaclo of success lu tlio horse
The states having more than a mill
ion horsos are:
N.iino Population Number
Nebraska 881,302 1,038,000
Iowa 1,514,717 1,600,000
Kansas 1,197,159 1,132,000
Illinois 2,101,002 1,402,000
Missouri 1,894,518 1,095,000
Texan 2,958,438 1,192,000
Star Institute Points
Reports from 29 farmers' institutes
this season up to February 1 show an
average attendance of over a thousand
at all sessions, or an aggregate of
29,293. Points at whloh the attendance
was 500 and over were Alliance, Blue
Hill, Culbertson, Lebanon, Baronvllle,
Western, Weston, and Wood Rlverj
GOO and above, Cowles, Dakota, and
Orchard; 700 and above, Wauncta and
Wilcox; 800 and above, Holbrook,
SprlngQcld, and WcllUect; 000 and
above, Curtis, Elkhorn, and DoWitt;
1,000 and above, Paplllion and Rising
City; 1,000 and above, Hartley and
Spencer; 2000 and above, Clarkson,
Madison, Red Cloud, aud Wausa. The
highest number present up to February
1 at any farmers' institute this soason
is Raymond with over 2,300 persons
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All members of Hon Adhom lodge
No. 180 are requested to bo out to lodge
Momlaj evening as there is business
of Importuned to be transacted, A
smoker will be held after lodge.
W, U. Hamilton, Secretary.
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