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VOLUME 4 1
When You Write A Check
You write your own receipt at the same time, because
the payee cannot get the money until he has written
his name across the back of your check, and the check
is returned to you by the bank after being paid.
This is one of the many advantages of having a bank
account in this strong bank, and our service costs you
nothing. We do all the bookkeeping and furnish every
thingall you have to do is to deposit your money, pay
your bill by check .and we render an accounting as
often as you please.
If you call upon us. we shall be glad to talk the mat
ter over with you and show you why a connection with
this bank will prove advantageous to you.
Deposits in this Bank are protected by the Depositors'
Guarantee Fund of the State of Nebraska.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
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T A N KS
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A Newspaper That Gives The News Fifty
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. .1 U X 13 Si'J, l.)l.
District Meeting Held Here.1
The Kebekali Lodge of Distt'et 'J-i
comprising Ued Cloml, Superior, Nel
son. FianUlin, Guide UoeW, llutilyi
I'owles mill KiisWin met in this city,
Thursday, Juno r, and tit their after
noon session elected the following
President SUter Uhitwood, ot
Vice President Sl-Ur Done, of Su
Win den-Sister Warren, of lied Cloud.
Secretary Sister Kdgehill, tf Frank
lit). Treasurer Sister Jensen, of Nel.-on.
Marshall Ktcr Watt, of Guide
Chaplin Sister Kogel, of Red Cloud
Conduolor Sister T It o in p s o n, of
Inside Guatd Sister Wololi, of Hod
Outside Wat eli Sister Kinney, of
Approximately fifty out of town
numbers were present at this meeting.
The Mute president, Mis. Florence
Wagoner, of Omaha, gave a very In
toreMlng lull; on mutter:, pertaining
to the lodge mid also the I. O. O. F.
home at York.
Dinner was served at six o'clock,
the same having boon prepared by
the local members.
The evening session was given over
to the installing of the otllcers elected
during the afternoon session, and to
the initiation of two new members
this work being in charge of the Do
gree Staff of Superior.
' Ice cream and cake were served tit
the close of the session.
Their next meeting will be held in
Local Masons Co To Riverton
On Monday evening, the following
member-, of Charity lodge No. G'l, A. V.
& A. M , ttutotd to Hlvertou and at
tended the Masonic lodge at that
place: W 11. Iliunilton, A. K. Saladcii,
T. J. Diamond, F. W. Cowden. A. U.
Kaloy, F. K. Mhiirer, C. I), llobinson,
O. 1). Hedge, Hobt. MoBride, II. A. Let
son, A. V. Duoker, W I). Edson, F. J.
Munday, H. S. Harbor, (i. W. Hutchi
son, N. B. Hush, U. V. Nicholson, Roy
Suttley, Flave Grlco, Geo. Hollister, M.
A. Albright, Roy (Mtmau, Aaron
Hedge, Geo. Atkinson and I'. M.
Whitehead. The Klvcrton lodge con
ferred the third degree on a candidate
and afterwards a very dainty lunch
was served to which all present did
justice. All the members from here
report us having spent a very enjoy
Continue to Give Prizes
Saturday our merchants, for the
third time, drew up the old band wag
on, onto the principal street corner
and staged thereon, the third big
event of the season, the awarding of
the weekly cash pries. As the day
was an ideal ono, a larger crowd
than usual were in attendance. Kev.
C. L Myers was master of cerumen
Ics. Those securing the cash were
as follows: Mrs Maude Renfro, lli
IM Slickman, 8.1. and V. A. Sherwood.
Surprises His Friends
Some time ago, Dr. 10. K Lollcr, in
spector at the C, II. Minor Serum
Company's plant west of tho city,
quietly left town, going to Ft. Dodge,
Iowa, to spend his vacation, I'pon
his return to Hod Cloud, we Hud that
ho is no longer a bachelor, having
been united in marriage to Miss Emma
Drahein, of that place, on June 11
They will Immediately go to house
keeping in the Frank l'eterson resi
dence In the northwest part of the
Tho scenes showing the rcllgous
rites, ceremonies etc, of the Indians
are truthfully portrayed In the "Yaqui"
and the locations of this production
were taken on the border line betwoen
the United States and Mexico. This
picture is la five reels and will be
ahnvn fnniuht. PThnrfula.vt nt. tho Oit.
' pheutu at Gc and luc. adv
- two Weeks Each Year For $1.50.
The Ue .1. .1 Klngham and wife,
missioniities of India, spent Sunday
tit the puroMuiiro Uto. Klnglititu ad
dressed the congregational the eleven
o'clock h.'itr lie give a mokt Inter
esting address on the wotk in India.
Mts K -poke to nuu of the classes of
the Sunday -ohool and to the Inter
mediate league at night.
You can support a native preacher
in India for a whole year for the price
of ti single automobile tire
The pastor is out hunting up the
benevolences for this year. If lie
misses oti, please call or phono.
Five young ladies woie baptized
Sunday mottling and joined the
The olllcets elect of the Hpworth
league wete installed hiinday evening
after which the following program
Piano Duett Missei Cowden and Fugle
Misses Sctlvnor and Slterot
Exorcise Christian rtico-
Mury Myets, Happy lladell, Nellie
Kuilcy, Jennie Uceley, Ila Bar-
ret, Ruth Fty, Beth Hanson, Hello
Joy, Matoolla Stockman, Jessie
Iteudlug "Aux Italions
Miss Nettie Springer
Vocal Solo Miss lla.cl Saladcn
Pnutomine "Rock or Ages'
Miss Mildred Mercer
Regular meeting or the L idles Aid
Society Friday afternoon.
The quilting and dinner given by the
Aid Society hist Friday was enjoyed
by a goodly number of people
Tho Kev. John Crews of Henson,
Nebr , mftdo a short visit at the par
sonage Tuesday morning in the in
teres t of the Methodist hospital at
Quarterly Conference will be held
on July eleveuth.
Tho usual midweek prayer service
each Wednesday evening.
The Social helpers will hold a Ken
sington at lite homo of Matgarel Fo
gol on Thursday afternoon with the
Misses Fogel and Wonderly as ho
tosses. The annual Conference will be held
lu Hastings this year on Sept. tenth.
Government Printery Busy
Postmaster Letson lias received a let
ter from the Third Ass't Postmaster
General requesting to notify patrons
that there will be temporary discon
tinuance of "otllce request" envelopes
This is due to unusually heavy requis-
tions and difficulty in obtaining a suf
ficient large force of operatives lu the
existing shortage of skilled labor.
Hy "oflloe request" is meant envelopes
bearing return card with line left
blank for tho name of the party send
ing the letter. The department haw
on hand an ample supply of "uiiprint
cd" stamped onvelopes and also enve
lopos can still be furnished bearing
the return card of the purchasor. An
nouuectuent will bo made later, just
when the department will again be
prepared to to furnish the "ofl!ce re
On Friday craning, Charity lodge
No. rl, A. F. it A. M , met and Install
ed the following otllcers who will pre
side over the destinies of that order
for the ensuing year:
A. R. Saladcn-W. M.
T J. DiHmond-S. W.
P. E Matirer-J. W.
R. V Nicholson -S. I).
Aaron Hedge J D.
II. C. Oollatly Secretary.
G. W. Hutchison, Treasurer.
United in Marriage
At the homo of Mr. and Mrs E. L.
Morhart on Weduoadar mornlnir at
six o'clock occurred the marriage of
her bister, Miss Miunie Iluerstetta to
Mr. Leslie K. Prior, tho Rev. 0 G
Ware, of Kearney, ofliciatlni;. Both
tho brldo and groom arc residents or
Kearney. After a bounteous wedding
breakfast the happy couple left on the
Haptiugs passenger for Kearney where
they will resldo.
THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY "B UEVE" IN OUR JEWELRY
STORE FOR JUST ONE BIG REASON--WE HAVE NEVER, DECEIVED
WE HAVE BUILT UP OUR BUSINESS, FIRST, BY CARRYING ONLY
JEWELRY AND JEWELRY STORE THINGS WE KNOW TO BE SUPERB
IN QUALITY AND CORRECT IN STYLE, AND SECONDLY, BY ASKING
FOR THEM ONLY A REASONABLE PRICE.
WE SHALL NOT CHANGE OUR METHODS, JEWELRY MAY "LOOK"
THE SAME BUT NOT BE THE SAME.
WE MAKE THE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RICHT.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
B. & Q. Watch Inspector
Try Weesner First
Best C. & H. Cane Sugar, 100 pounds for . . $7 OR
WiUi lit dollar cih of Jtr J anything in the woenr liar. IpllWw
Com petition Cannot Meet
Fancy RedSockeye Salmon, per can 20c
Fancy Sifted Peai 3 for 25c, pet can 8;fc
F.F OG. Peas "Better than freih
onei, pet can '8c
Extra Standard Corn, regular I2'c
per can.... 10c
Naptiia Soap Chips, 7 package!.. . -5c
Hood River Strawberries, per box.. 18c
California Blackbctnes, per box . . . . I'c
Large Bananas, per doz '-i'c
Oianges- Naveli, per doz 30c
Celery, per bunch 10c
White Loaf All High Patent Riverton
Diamond FloWS $145 sack and 0. K.
Flour may be cheaper, byt at this price now, we defy competition.
R. P. Weesner & Co.
Mr. and Mrh. II. C. Gellatly returned
home from Hearer City tills morning
I.. Klnjr of (iibbon whs tho (,'tie.st of
his brother Ilert this week.
Mildred and Thelma Mercer left for
Gibbon this morning where they will
visit their grandmother.
Mr. and Mrs, J. V, ISoROnrlef de
parted Saturday morning for Oberlin,
Kansas, where they will rlsit their
daughter Mrs. Orville Ferguson and
Tho Misses Elizabeth Overman, Ger
trude Wullbrandt and Grace Darib re
turned home the kut of the week from
Clay Ceuter where they attended the
Epworth League convention,
The many friends of Allan Black
ledge will be pleased to learn that he
successfully passed the final examin
Navarre Brand- Beit Quality, per lb. 35c
Karex Blend-Very Popular, per lb. 30c
Giieltian--Fancy Santoi, per lb ... . 2c
Paxton's -Gai Roaslad, per lb 30c
"Full Valua" Brand, per lb 30c
Canteloupei, largt size, each I. 1c
Fresh Tomatoes, per lb 15c
New Beets, per bunch 0'ic
New Turnips, per lb 03c
New Onions, per bunch 0'c
ation and has boon admitted to tho
academy at Atinapolh, Muryltuul,
Jacob Allen of lllrcrton Is visiting
with his daughter, Mr.. Win. Ovtr
1 ie.se, today.
Attorney F.J, Munday, Barney Sut
ton Hiid daughter, Mrs. Pearl Arnold,
are In Hastings today.
J II. Hailey accompanied his son,
GranJ, home from Omaha the first of
the week where he recently underwent
an operation and we are pleased to
note that he getting along uicely.
Vernon Zeiss and Meredith Butler,
who enlisted in Co. K. of Blue Hill,
were called to that place this morning
to report for service. The company
received orders to mobolize and left
for Lincoln today.
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