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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1915)
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RJED CLOUD, XEJJRASKA, (HTOlSIJIi 1 I, llllo.
It Isn't Hard To Save
It is only hard lo st&rt saving,
and that is only because you think
it is. Start saving today by
depositing whatever money you can
spare in this bank where the safety
of your money is guaranteed, not
only by us but by the Depositors
Guarantee Fund of the slate of
Guy Zeigler Wed
liss Cora Weesner
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
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$10 to $25
"Up To Now"
On Tut'Mluy ovonitic. it ii.U0 o'clock,
at the homo of thobiidc's put cut. Mr.
itnd s. V. ii. Wocsnor, occurred thu
nun riiio of tlicir ilaiiulitcr, Cuni A. to
Mr. (3iiy oilier Miss lionu ltiicklcsj
plnycil the wedding inaicli Itcv. Cole,
pastor of tho Ituptlst cluucli was the
otlluiiithitf clorKyinuii who tloil tho
nuptial knot Aftei coiik'iat illations an
uIcK'itnt wedding' supper was served.
Only tho ltntneiliatu rolntives of tho
contracting parties were present.
Tlic biide 1h one of our most chiirin.
lug ami accomplished young ladies, is
a graduate of tho Ilcd Cloud High
School, is u lady of many graces of
mind and person and in every way is
worthy of tho man to whom she lins
given her hand.
The gioom is ore of our most popular
young men, and an electrician of con
siderable ability Ho came to this
city about four yours ago and accepted
the position of tight and water com
missioner, which position lie jet u'-
tains, and at which he has made good.
He is a young man of o.einplurly
habit1-, attends strictly to business,
and it can bo duly said of him also,
t lint ho is In every way worthy tho ghl
of lils choice.
The young couple' loft the sumo
evening for h short honeymoon trip,
and ou their return to this city will go
to hou'oheeping in tho Mrs. Will
Scrivnor resldotico iu the ilrst ward.
Tho Chiiif joins with tho entire com
munity in wishing this young couple u
long, prospoious and happy life.
Satisfaction Or Your Money Back
See the lump oE Pinnacle Coal in front o our
oEEice and register your name and guesc now.
Guesser coming nearest the exact weight
gets one ton of Pinnacle Lump Coal. Second near
est one half ton.
It Costs Nothing to Guess
Contest Closes November 4, 1915
THE MALONE-AVEBY CO.
'TALK WITH US ABOUT C9AL'
On Tue-diiy evening at (i o'clock Mr.
Win. G. Thompson and Miss (iiaco II.
Holier wore united In mairiago at the
liomo of the brides patents, Mt, and
Mis Mouioe Uoner, who rc-ido north
cast of this oit. Only tho members of
the two families and relathes weic
The bride whs prettily attired in
white wool goods trimmed with white
satin nuil tho groom woie a biiit of
Many pietty and useful pi cents
weio iu evidence.
After tho ceiomony, which was per
formed by ltov. C. L. Myers pastor of
the Methodist church of Ited Cloud,
the guests were seated at n table
heavily laden with good things to eat
to which all did justice.
An infare and dinner was given by
the groom's parents Wednesday. The
bride and groom will make tlicir home
ou h farm near Cowles.
Stockholders Hold Meeting
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Farmer's Independent
Telephone Company was held iu this
city Saturday afternoon, a large num
ber being present. Tho following
diroctors, whose tonus hnd expired
wero re-elected: O. C. Tool, George
Deardsleo and O. 13. Hamey.
Tho meeting then adjourned and the
Hoard of Directors mot and re-elected
tho following otlieors: President, O. K.
Itanioy; Secretary, O C. Tool; Tieas
liter and Manager, Clink Ktovens;
Wire Chief, J. A. Ilradiord.
Three Are Called By
The Grim Reaper
R. B. Fulton
. Ii Kniton passed peaceful!) away
at !us hi me In this city ou .sat in day
Morning, t) 'tuber Pth, alter only a
few du,s illno-s
Hobi'it llai ton I'ultou was hoin iu
Moieer county, IVnn . April IN, lS.lii.
lie moved to 'Jackson county, lowu, in
lS.lfi, and iu Ih'it! was united in mar
riage to Miss Adelaide U. Iltr.n. In
ls(jl Mr I'ultou enlisted iu Company
IJ , l'ii st Iowa Cavalry, and seived his
country faithfully four yoais (lining
tho Civil war At the cliT-oof the war
ho i etui tied to his native state and
settled at Oil Citv, whore he lived for
sometime. In 1ST',' lie came to Web
ster county, Xebiaska, and settled on
a homestead Later lie moved to Kci!
Cloud, where he has sinco resided.
Four children weio born in the Ful
ton hotiiu. One liov who died iu in
fancy sm i a daughter who died in HS',.
Two sons, Victor Ii and Willis 1 Fill
ton -still survive their father. Ills
wife died iu llHO.
Grandpa Fulton was a romiitkablo
man. Just before the war he made an
important iuve tiou, which, while lie
wis at war. was taken up by a corpor
ation, natcntcil and used for the bene-
lit ot the corpoiations, without Mr.
Fulton's consent Ho also had seveial
iinpoi taut inventions under conjunc
tion at the tlineol his death lie was
a thoioiigli student of geology and hail
worueu out me outlines 01 a ic.i noiw.
He. lead Dana eight times. Iu his
younger days ho was an active Mason,
and took great interest in the Knight
iqmpiar wont. r or years no nun
been cleric of the Ueu Cloud Cemetery
Association For more than forty
nmg tin li-iil 1iiu.ii 11 fiilllifnl mntllhnr
ofttio llnptist chinch, and loiuuliied
inteiested in leligiou until tho close of
his earthly life.
He leaves two sons, tin ec brothers
and other relatives besides a host of
friends to mom n his loss His duath
is a loss to the community, the chinch,
(.-nlli.lil Pnst. Mm citv and lelutivcH
and tile country, but our loss is his
eternal gain. riven mo nine ioiks
will miss (iHindpn Pulton for all loved
and honored him
Funeial seixlees weio held at tho
home of Purl Hull in this city, Monday
October llth. at 11 o'clock a. m. Kev
Cole, pastor of the llnptist chinch,
pre.u'lied a very nine anil uppropiiaio
sermon, ltev. Hates and Myois u I Cored
pia)eriind.I. l Ucobx gave a life
sketch of tho deceased. A very pretty
and touching scene was tho members
of tho Sunday School marching past
the casket, on which each laid a white
flower. Interment was mudo in the
Ited Cloud cemetery.
D. L. Groat
I). L. Gioat who had been sick for
several woeks died at his homo iu this
city Sunday night. Mr. Groat, whs
one of the old pioneers of this county,
having come hero in the tall of 1871
and took up a homestead in Inavalo
precinct which ho fanned for about
Mr. Groat was born iu New York in
July, 1840, und was 75 years old at the
time of bis death.
When the Civil War broke out In
1801 he enlisted in Co. A, 15th Illinois
Infantry and served his country with
honor throughout that struggle He
leaves a wife und several children, to
mourn his death.
Funeral service wero hold Wednes
day afternoon at 'I o'clock at tho
Christian church, Kev. Hummel, as
sisted by Rev. lieobe ollloiating.
liiuial took place in the city cemetery.
Card oT Thanks
Wo desire to thank the kind neigh
I bors. irlends, tho (1. A. II , W. K. C ,
and all who so kindly gavo their lu Ip
and sympathy dining tho sickness,
death and burial of our husband and
father. Also for the beautiful lloial
offerings. May God's blessing bo with
Mr?. I). U Groat.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Groat,
Mr. and Mrs, AlbcrtGroat.
Mr, and Mrs. Morris Groat.
Mrs, Minn Iiriinor.
Mrs. Dora Koon,
Mrs, Will Hunt and son returned
home Sunday morning from Hlverton
where they had been visiting relatives,
Mrs. Anna Polnicky
Mrs, Anna Polnicky, aged ill years,
died at. her homo iu tills city Saturduy
after an Illness of several weeks dura
tion. Hlio was born iu Bohemia on
Juno 1'-', 185.'., and came to this
c unty ou May .'!(), lHO, when she was
united Iu marriage to Joseph roinicky. i
Thcv settled on u homestead in'
Hut in township ou which they Usui,
until Mr. Polnlcky's deith a few years'
ago after which she lo.ued the faiiusj
and lias sinco loslded in this city. She
was a kind mother ami her nU'octloii
for f i lends and kindred was tender
Four daughtois. Mis Joseph Havel,
Mis .Jesso Dodrlck, Mrs. Tod Hun Is
and Miss Mildred, ono sou, Pmil, u
father, two biothois and two sistors
are left to mourn her demise. Tho
funeial set vices woie held at the homo
Monday afternoon, ltov. Hummel as
sisted by Uevs. Mjors and Ueobo otll
All of those indebted to mo will Hnd
their accounts lit the old stand, Amuck
it Ilarnes. Plense call nnd settle.
W. S, Bkkzlkv.
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lei us Extftnine
WE WILL NOT ONLY EXAMINE YOUR EYES, BUT RIGHT IN OUR
STORE FIT YOU OUT WITH THE GLASSES YOU OUGHT TO HAVE.
WE LIVE IN THIS COMMUNITY; WE KNOW OUR BUSINESS; WE
WILL NOT CHARGE YOU A HIGH PRICED
IF THERE IS NOTHING THE MATTER WITH YOUR EYES WE WILL
TELL YOU SO. WE CHARGE NOTHING FOR EXAMINATION. COME IN.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT-jHEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jcwclor and Optometrist
llfC. B. & Q. Watch Inspector
WE carry the Sanitas Underwear
the perfedt fitting underwear. In
all styles and weghts. Ladies Men's
and children's, all at popular prices.
IN Nightwear we carry the Brighton
line, the famous Carlsbat Fresh Air
Sleeping System. Ladies', Men's and
Children's. Prices 50c and up)
IN our line of Armor Plate Hosiery
we carry the desirable patterns for
fall and winter wear. Guaranteed the
highesl quality hose.
P WFFSNrU & CO
WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF YOUR
PLATT & FREES
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