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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1915)
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WEBSTER COUNTY BANK.
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
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A Newspaper That fiWcs The News
RED CLOUD, SEBKASICA. FEIiliUA RY J5, 11H5.
The Angel of Death
Invades Several Homes
.Itmn Elizabeth Iluwltt was born
October Otb, 1012 ami (Hod February
ISMi, illlQ after n few days illness. She
wusthesweotlittlo daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Joe Hewitt, The funeral service
was beld at Mr. Hewitt's home north
east of lted Claud Saturday afternoon.
Rev. Deubo preached the funeral sor
tnon A largo number of friends and
neighbors attended tlio service. May
P.'0 7idencc comfort tlio heart of the
MIrs Norma Frances Hellin, aged 10
yoarc, dniifjliter of Mr. and Mrs. T.
Hcilin, who live norlbwest of Itmvale,
died at their home Saturday night
after a fihort illness. The funeral was
held Tuesday at the Distriot 41 school
house, Itev Scott ltlunt of Inavalo,
preacliing tlio funeral sermon. The
parents have the sympathy of the en
tire community during their sad hour
Joseph Walter (lamer, aged -10 years,
G months ami 28 days, died at his
homo neat" Itmvale Saturday night
after a short illness. Mr. Garner was
born In Illinois. The funeral services
wore held in the M. E. church at Inn.
vale, Wednesday, Uov. Hill preaching
the sermon. Interment took place In
the Hod Cloud cemetery. Mr. Garner
was a member of the A. O. U. W.
lodge of this city, and thla ordec con
ducted 'the services at the grave.
Ho whs a man of good habits and
was a kind and indulgent father, lie
sides his parents and three brothers
who reside in California, a wife and
four children arc left to mourn his de
mise. The Chief along with his many
friends extend sympathy to the
Mrs Dai-y Lee Nelson was born in
Huchanan County, Iowa, April I), 187.1
and movod with Iter parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lee, to Webster Coulity, Nebras
ka, in 18H3 whero she has since resided.
She was united in nuuriago to Mr.
Frank Nelson on March .1, ISM and to
this union one bon, Warren Nelson,
was born and who survives his parents.
Mrs. Nelson died last Friday morning
at her home in this city after more than
n year's illness. When she was seven
ton years old she was converted and
became a member of the Christian
church and remained in that faith un
til death. The funeral services were
h Id in the Christian church Monday
afternoon. J. L. Uoebo pastor of the
United church preached the funeral
sermon. The Royal Neighbors' lodj.o
of which she was a moluber were pros
cut at the service. The deceased was
laid to restju the city cemetery. She
leaves a son, three sisters, two broth
ers. other relatives and friends to
mourn Her demise lhe Ulilof extends
sympathy to all the bereaved.
Hooks for the orchestra are expected
A splendid mid week service latt
Mrs. Mercer is the now Cradle Roll
Sunday school board meeting Mon
day evening, Marcli 1st.
"Prayer meeting next Tuesday at Mrs.
Scrlvner's. There were 22 at Lane's,
Sunday evening servico will bo a
memorial service in honor of Faunio
Special eirort is now being made by
all branches of Mothodlsm to reunite
The latest statistics show a member
ship in the Methodist Episcopal church
in the United States of .',GW,2G3. A
gain last your of 187,187.
Hear Sylvester Long at tlio opera
house Wednesday, Marcli' 3rd, in his
most popular lecture, "Lightning and
Toothpicks." A themo full of thought
and mirth that has been delivered ovor
1300 times. Tickets will go on snlo
Monday at Cook's drug store, .
Fifty - two Weeks Each Year For Sf.&O.
John Aubushon Weds
Miss Grace Steward
On Wednesday, February 24 tb, lit
( high noon nt this boino of tlio brlde'H
brother, O. 11. Steward, occurred tho
wedding of Miss CI race Steward,1
. daughter of .1. M. Steward, to Mr.
John Aubushon, sou of Mrs L.
Aubushon. Those presont uoro tlio
immediate family of tlio bride and
groom. After tlio ceremony was per
formed, a bountiful dinner was served.
The bride is well known in this city,
and for several years was head sales
lady in the dry goods department of
the Miner Bros. Co. store, and is one of
this communities choicest young
Indies. The groom is one of Line
precinct's prosperous young farmers,
and he is considered one of the sub
stantial young men of the county.
The happy couple went immediately
to their new home, the old Aubushon
farm, whore they will reside. The
Chief along with their many friends
wish them much joy and happiness.
Miss Sadie Graham Wins
Free Exposition Trip
The Free Trip to the Panama Hxpo
sition Contest, which was given by the
lted Cloud Chief and Cook's Diug
Store, closed last Thursday evening at
(1 o'clock. Tlio following are the oius
whn'weie fortunate in winning, and
the'pries they secured:
Sadie Graham, r7r,l.in, piano or trip
to Exposition; Josephine Ksslg, r,02020,
830 diamond ring; Mabel Smith, 292310,
gold watcL; Edith Herriek, 23U525,
L'C-pleco silver set; Gladys Wilson,
185095, 3pleco toilet set; Grace Wilson
122o,"0, gold handle umbrella; Mar
guerite Fogel, 1221. 10, 10 piece mani
cure set; Kdua Uanney, 131050, locket
and chain; Gertrude Wullbrandt,
110500, .'piece carving set; Carrie
Dledrlch, 1111910, cameo necklace; Pearl
Carpenter, 1 123S5, dutch collar pin;
Maurlne Caldwell, 10.1015, dutch collar
pin; Grace Slierer, l)!i"8o, fancy hat pin;
Pearl Ilines, 02120, dutch collar pin;
Hazel Spires 0018.", dutch collar pin;
Iva Hutledge, ool in, fanisy hat pit ;
Hazel Sheldon, 8,1275, dutch collar pin;
Marie Ross, 7r27.", fancy hat pin; Clara
Warren, 7lo!)0. fancy hat pin; Maude
Crtlw, (JSfnv), dutch collar pin; Helen
IUIncs, 0171)5, dutch collar pin.
C. H. Miner Secures
Tho C II. Miner Kerum Company
h ive received their license from the
ilurcau of Animal Industry, Washing-!
ton, D. C, allowing tho producing of
Ho' Chokra Virus and Anti Hog1
C.iolcra Serum under the strict regula I
tlons as required by the department
They aro required to undergo a very
strict examination in the preparation
of serum by trained government men,
together with properly constructed
building and strict sanitation.
Their tlrst, examination was on
January 12th. The license was granted
February HUli, nfter "tlio second in
spection, This speaks well for tho
equipment and methods of this com
pany as it usually takes many inspec
tions to pass government regulations,
Mr. Miner informs us that tho public
are invited to visit tho plant tit any
time and see them prepare this pro
duct. The Junior class of tho high school
ontertained the Senior class at a ban
quet last Friday evening in tho Masonic
The Republican Valley Editorial
Association met in Orleans last Friday,
and a good time was reported by all
presont Tills editor deeply regrols
his Inability to be present, but tho
Chief's repuutlon os an advertising
medium, togothor with the fact of it
being tho leading ollico in Wobstcr
county whero "correct" printing can
be obtained, found us with so much
work on hand, that wo were unable
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