The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, November 25, 1915, Image 1

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RED CL.OUD, NEBRASKA. TSOVEMlJHlt 5-'5, 1SI13.
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It Isn't Hard To Save
It is only hard to start saving,
and that is only because you think
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it is. orarr 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
Nebraska.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
CAPITAL. 2."5.000
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Farmers' Institute
Was A Big Success
Tlio Ktir'tnerH1 Institute closed Inst
Uriduy with iirouonluttciiiluiiui). Fully
thlitilvo huuJrud iors us took in all
tlio exhibits uliri witnessed tlio bijr
p;irrtde. Tlio Institute was a rtiiul
success. Kverythlutf was nppieciiiti'tl.
evciythitiK commended, everybody
batlbileii. it will go down into history
us u bg ulfalf.
On Thursday occurred the hono
judKing, the domestic science demon
stration and exercises by the little
ehildien in the afternoon. In the
cveutng the music was givon by the
lliKh School Chorus, which was well
up to staudaid and highly pleasing.
Miss Nettie Springer gave a reading
which was much appreciated. The
addresses were given by Prof. Fowler
of the University and llev. J. fi. Heche
of this city. Tlio llr-t speaker em
phasized the importance of obtaining
a wider, broader view of farm pursuits
and the need of intelligent study of
ngriculttual problems. Mr. Ueebe
plead for a mor hearty co-operation
between the farm uud the town. Both
weiw nuturulauxllarics of each other,
both.uaeded the other uud by uniting
iorccq.tbo best would happen to both.
Friday. was,',the , big parade led by
i .par'amqiiacoBcert band playing noli-
jmusip ancipuiiiug uio.ipio ,erery
on. xueu,cme the uiga school, whd
Vrdifter?ntdePr.lmcntB represented
jsna euou neparimr.nt wun a yen mac
was enthuslastlc-and of great force.
T4ien came jtbe grades from' the1 Lin
cQlnJbuiiding'a6hwith its own prl-
vateell nndj given with bII the force
that youth and exuberance 'can fur
nish. , Kver 'the' little tots of the
kindergarten proudly shouted their
yell with as much vim and vigor as
thereat.. Then came the magniflcient
horses rind mules and the splendid
cattle.
In the evening Prof. Whitehead in
troduced State Inspector Teed of
Lincoln, who gave an illustrated lec
ture on school problems. He showed
the usual type of country school house
and the newer buildings with their
better equipment. He stated that
when this institute closed the beat
institute in the state would close. He
had visited many over the state but
this was the best one he had ever
6een.
All in all this institute was a grand
success aud lias done much to stimu
late us all to better efforts, and it
will undoubtedly have considerable
iniluence in making our country blos
som as the rose.
All The New Ones
Chamber of Commerce
Elects New Officers
The annual uieeliiig of the Chamber
of Comineice was held Tuesday evun
iug in the Club rooms, President Y
G. Hamilton, presiding
Secretary V. V. Cowdeu read the
report of the lust meeting, also his
yearly lepoit and that of thetrensuier,
all of which wete adopted as lead.
Tlio following lo tlio Secretary h ro-1
port for the year ending Nov. UHd, 11115:
Number of members (m
New members during year 5
Membots dropped aud left the city 21
Amount of dues outstanding.. ..$70 (X) t
Amount of bills unpaid t.l'.i
The following is the Treasurer's re-1
port for the your ending Nov si, llU.l.l
Receipts
llalanee on hand last report... $08(1 Ul
Hocelved from dues aud mem
bership 812 00
Callcndor account ;. . . . 2r3 00
Total receipts ....Sl,77o 01
Disbursements
City tclephono $ 21 00
Country telephone 12 00
Halllight 13 00
Janitor 150 SO
Calleqder account 273 (
Taxes r.... 4 70
Rent.. Kl... 361)00
Fred. Maurer bond premium. ... 15 00
E. S.,uarber l9li salary ami etc 233 00
Elect, 'oal supplies .?. a 77
Merchandise. .... JO 25
W. D. Flstfer, State Sec'y ,t. 10 00
Priming J.'i.l.MV. ,....,;...;... J9.00
Auto hire tb franklin ... ,. .v. J2,7r
Repairs, tables and cbair rails. yjCG .-SjO
Entertainments 29,45
H. K. O rice, toilet paper & cards 3L 00
Drayage 1 7f
Salary, F. W. Cowden Secretary 180 00
Expense Lincoln state meeting."' 17 00
Postage and stationery , . 5 00
11,381 78
Balanceion hand 370 S3
81,771 01
The following were elected officers
for the ensuing year:
President F. E. Maurer.
Vice President G. W. Huthlson.
Secretary F. W. Cowden.
Treasurer W. A. Sherwood1
Hoard of Directors
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LONG EXPERIENCE AND KNOWLEDGE OF THE
JEWELRY BUSINESS CAN BE OF ANY AID TO YOU N HELPING YOU
PICK OUT YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS THEY ARE YOURS FOR THE
ASKINC. COME IN.
I TELL US THE PRICE YOU WISH TO PAY;, WE SHALL FIND A
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Ed Garner E. L. Grimes
V. G. Hamilton Roy Oatman
G. W. Hummel-appeBred before the
meeting and stated that the Webster
County Fair Association, at Bladen,
would like to dispose ot the fair which
Is hold yearly at that place. The asso
ciation reported that lilue Hill had
put in a bid for it, and they would like
to know It Red Cloud wished to do so.
The matter was discussed by the mem
bers and it was decided to have the
President and Secretary find out what
kind of a proposition the fair associa
tion bad to make, aud report it to the
club.
Secretary Cowden reported that the
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directors discussed the proposition ot
new white way lighting eystom for tha,
business streets of this city at the last
meeting. He also stated that tb,
chandeliers which were decided upon;
would cost about S"00, but that th
city would install them and furnish:
the current free The club dccldad
that if the business men and cltizeaai
would donate 8000 they would give sa0tl
towards buy lug theohandeliers. This
new lighting system is. the latest oa
out, and has been adopted by maa
cities.
It was decidod to have the businaw
men's monthly dinner again.
A large number of the members wawj
present, and after the business wa
transacted the evening was spent is
playing cards. Cigars and apples ware,
also passed around.
PAUL STOREY
The Clothier
SAVE IT ALL
Don't throw your corn on the ground. Slat
cribs are cheap. Store safely until you shell, throw
your cobs back in your crib. When cobs are gone,
roll up crib and store for next year or use for
chicken fence.
Come In And Inspect Titcsc Cribs,
Thoy Will Save You Money. '
THE M ALONE-A YCin CO.
TALK WITH US ABOUT CRIBBING"
The following officers were elected
for the 1910 Farmers' Institute:
Executive Committee
G. V. Hummel, President.
Joe (lurney, Vice President,
Henry Gllham, Secretary.
J. W. Auld, Treasurer.
ISoard of Directors
Robert Damcrcll, Red Cloud; Fred
Arnold, Inavale; F. W. Cowden, Red
Cloud; Joe Crow, Red Cloud township;
T. V. White, Garfield; Clias. Guruey,
Jr , Red Cloud; Ed Payne, Cathorton;
C. B. Steward, Line; W. J. Llppencott,
Garllcld; J. II. Elllnger, Lester; Frank
Frlsble, Lester; Houry Johnson, Pleas
ant Hill; Frank liean, liatln; Henry
Kccucy, Cowles; Bert Stuukard, Line.
Ladies Auxiliary
Mrs. Frank Friable, Chairman.
Mrs. H. E Thomas, Secretary.
Miss Gertrude Coon, Supt.' Educa
tional Department.
Assistants to Ladles Auxiliary: Mrs,
M. A. Albright, Mrs. G. W. Hummol.
Mrs. L Esslg, Mrs. W. J. Llppencott,,
Mrs. V. A. Sherwood, Mrs. V. H.
Thomas, Mrs. Win. Wolfe, .Mrs. T. W.
White, Mis. Max Mizer, Miss Molllo
Fenls, Mrs. Air. McCall, Mrs. Fred
Maurer, Mrs. 1). II. Kaley.
At u uieotiugof the Ladies Auxiliary,
the following resolution was uuaultu
ously adopted:
That we f.cnd a letter of appreciation
to Mrs. Charley Wlesz, formerly Miss
Irdne Miner, thanking tier forhor past
assistance, realizing that the present
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31 Days
Until Christmas
And These Will Be Busy Days
For All. Let Us Help You
Plan Your Christmas Presents
DRESS FABRICS
Handkerchiefs
Handbags
Scarfs
Caps
Sweaters
Gloves
SERGES ARE GOOD
As showing the 'strong
position of Serges it may
be well to mention that
Paris jobbers are ordering
from American manufac
turesFrench dressmakers
have adopted Serges for
late models.
"' We have them to show
you in a good range of
colors. ,
Price...
5oc to $1.50
SILKS
Ribbed weaves in variety
are being much favored.
36-in. Taffetas, the best
quality...
$1.50
CREPES
Crepes are still partic
ularly good.
36-in Crepe De Chines
$1.25
40-in Crepe De Chines
$1.30
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