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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1918)
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ebspi:er County Ban!
Capital and Surplus $35,000
Edward Florance, President
Red Cloud, Nebraska.
S. R. Florance, Cashier"1
Licensed Embeilmer in
Kansas and Nebraska
Complete. Line of Up-to-date
Fumitufe, Rugs, Etc.
pei Pay aii
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AT OUR CAFE
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well & Pope
The Master's Call
Wciliii'sday morning, (ot. liUh, 1!18,
one niiiruof XoliiMlr'.siioueir citizens
Mrs. C. C. Mct'oiiUoy, answurud ilio
iiK'vltnblu call ami passed onward over
tlio went divide, to jiiin lior bim Kalpli,
whose death in the early wlniw of
HMil, was in some degree the euue of
her loss of health.
Mary Ann U11U was n native of Iowa,
ned .VJ yfar.-, li niuiiths and 1 1 days.
On April nth, 1S70 slie married Clma.
C. McConhey in Kiuhardson eoimty,
Nob. The family came .to a Webster
county farm in l$92, and sinie ten
yeais ago moved into Ited Cloud.
lifsider her husband she loaves u
son, Martin U MeConUoy, a resident
of Alberton, Montana, two daughters,
Mt'silume- tie Ilao&eltiaehor and
Ilichtnaii Lippuneotl, of thiSi city.
A Mep ou Maroits MeCotdtey, of this
flty albo survive1?, as dues a step sis-t'-r,
ri'iidtn in Topok-t, ICuiiitn.s. and ii
siMer near Cowlen, Vh. Oscar Hoven.
I'tiueiMl urrangentrnts wtll n t be
C'tnpleted until word is leeeivul from
tb tllstaiit ivhittvefl
Henry Gilham In OIico
Ueiiry ttilham is now in oill v as t'iie
I'Hgiilurly appointed Kood AdiiilnUtni
tor for Webster county. lie received
olllclal notice to thut eireet last KrL
day and immediately assumed the
duties of the olllce. These are not
new to Mr Gllhiim, who lias assisted
in the olllce heretofore, and needs no
introduction to the people of Webster
We bespeaU for him the o.irt.est. sup.
port of every patriotic citizen. His
official addreES is Henry Gilham, Food
Administrator, Red Cloud, Xeb.
J. h. lleebe, who has been in charge
for some tune, retires to devote more
time to personal business but will as
sist in the ofiice as much as possible.
There is an ofllcial position open at
Lincoln i.nd a great number of people
evince desire to lnstal Mr. Heche1 there,
in as Representative from thu Kith
District. As a capable and deserving
candidato'for the ollice we commend
At the Auld Library
"My Antonia" Willa S. Cither's new
book at thu Library.
The Youth's Cumpnnion, St Nluho
las American Hoy, Boy's Life and olh
er magazines are at the library for the
boys and girls.
The following books at special inter
est to teachers may be found at the
"Hotter Rural Schools" Uolts oi
"Country Life and the Country
The Teacher aud the School" Col
grave. American Rural School" Foght.
"Personality of the Teacher" Mc
"Kvery day Problems in Teaching"
"Essentials of Exposition and Ar
"Education" a magazine devoted to
the sclHiiee, art, philosophy and litera
ture of education is also received each
The circulation of books for the.
month of September -was:
Adult Fiction 000"
-Non Flotlnn 27
-Wnr Hnoli 0
County Commissioners Meet ' SmaseasjsasssBs
There is a Difference in
Red Cloud Nebr.
Oct. Id, ID 18
county board of commissioners
1 p. in. with all members prc
County Highway Commisrfon
s instructed to mid County
on county map us follows:
uneneo at N. V. corner .-section
!J5-2I2, north Jl miles, past I miles
then-1 north 5 milciJ.
mty Treasurer instructed to ve
amoiinl of city taxes levied on
s Add. to city of Red Cloud for
counly clerk was instructed to
e for scaled bids ftr a county
i'arm Suporintendcnl, satriv' to
led Novemiicr 12, 10 IK.
following claims were and t"d
lowed and counly clerk instruc-
draw warrants en the proper
i puymeul of same:
$ 15 00
!!alm .. .'.
Chi' 'i Lbr Co
V A flood
He . id adjourned to November
H. F. PERRY,
.Ins' as then' is between a piece c f vine gold and that
containing alloy. The lenses uH'd l ie are the liuest
I hat ciin be had. These eonio in tli .rough anil are
giound until thev e.aell.v meet the ieiilivnients (f your
1'aitlcular eye trouble. One cannot be ino careful about
the eyes Tli AMiitter of a drillai or. so should not cnler
Into the eiiiciitntiDii. Tliis store roftises to mk for your
pHti'nti?o ly price alone --tbicnVe is the thing des'.reil
by mo m well a touisuif. Iicn so. you will fPid tin
chnrjre utiiiMMlly low. ukin Into uoulii ration il..
Tt tf-;V fif to the ftftsfafv
,-Vis to li i;y thcPtkWtfj'iir,-1 ,'
Jawolor an:S Optantolriat
KTC. I). f Q. Watch Inspector
wmi Mmr i wHWf
(iP'rge Shadbolt was born at Ross,
ville. Ivatisas, February 18, ls'.il, and
dicfc'it Camp Devens, Mass., Sept. J!I,
l'. IS, being aged 27 years, 7 months
and o days at the time of his death
II' went fonwird during the icvival
meltings at I lie mission a year ago
l.ist sprlnjr ntid later j'dned the Chris
t it chin uh. lie was a good faithful
h .. and' lived a good life.
Funeral services wore held Wudnes
d iv afternoon at the Christian ehrrch
a el interment wa made in tile city's
Eugene Shadbolt was born at Sol
ilar, Kansas, April 10. isi7, and died
utCtiinp Devens, Mass., Oct. 1.101s, be
lli),' aged 21 yoars, o mouths and 1
days at the time of bis death.
Ho was converted during revival
meetings at Superior, Neb ,and joined
tue lbtptlst church In l'.iliJ.
lilts remains were brought to this
city Saturday evening, Oi5t. 5th.
Funeral services wore held at the
Christian church Sunday afternoon at
'J '0 o'clock in charge of Rev. V. M
Harper, assisted by Rev. .1. E. Ueebe.
interment was made In the city cemetery.
Card of Thanks
a rr . ill i 1 1 nr .u
i Soms of the conveniences I
I electricity brings
We dosiro ti exirsss our sineenst I
ti.iults to the many friends ho hm o ,
gvon us iiiiiniMSiirable comfort and
he'p in our time of sorrow. Aud may '
(iud bless you all, in so doing.
J. W. SlI.VUIlOI.T AXIl F.XMtl.V. I
Total Adult 0S9
Total Circulation 1070.
You can get thesu books of spoolal
interest at tlie library:
"Promised Land" An tin
"Making of an American" Rus
"Twelve Years at Hull House" Atl.
"On t ho Trail of the Immigrant"- n ovor.V;
Stiener. I ,;)olm', l P Is Mirvlngjns janitor at
"Foes' of Our 0,vn Hoii9oliol(l" U'"i-church at present.
Roosevelt. j -
tenuortoo Mth Peary" -Horun.1 o ilto a number of !thu bovs- who
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Baptist Church Notes
I'roachlng at 11 a. in. and S p. m.
Ninthly School at 10 a. m.
IVltVfit nim.liiirF lit- ti t lit niili .n1
"lay. The meeting of the Willing, R
Wt.iltfti'5 t inwt tinrmrl thi wnriL' fin nf. E
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' ' nit nf the piMvalnnce of inllttonza.
Mrllitrpoi's d(iuhtr, who tindei.
t "it a Vry tmiouM operation at the g
ii "ItRi In Cmuuil UlulU, Iowa, is
i' "mi; uluug'ts well as cjtihl bo e.
Ir. and Mis. J. M. Hewitt received
v d that their gratal-HonFmor
II -ivett, who was'very low with pueu
ui'iulu, ul Ft. Riley, isjiu a falr;wuy to
:Wiil Hhc mshm.G&m'
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living more enjoyable.
How many times have you re
solved to have electricity in your
home "some day?" Nov you
can afford it.
Not only have special rates for wir
ing been arranged for this campaign
but the three-fold economy of EDISON
MAZDA Lamp- which give three
time3 aa much light a3 old-style car
bon lamps will help you pay the cost.
And the whole family will enjoy the
benefit of electric service that makes
possible innumerable comforts and con
veniences such a3 the electric toaster,
flatiron, table grill and vacuum cleaner.
Let us explain the saving you can maVso
by having your house wired noiv.
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Phone, !nd. Store 1 58, Res, 93 RED CLOUD, NEB.
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