The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, December 05, 1918, Image 1

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VOLUME 4 7
KE1) CLOUD, NKURASKA. DKUEM MiJR 5, 1JUS.
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Lay up for a rainy day. Money in one's
pockcl is often spent on tlic spur of the
moment, while you think twice before
drawing on your bank account. The one
sure way to save money is by depositing it in
a responsible bank. That is the only way to
prevent it from burning holes in your pockett
I Webfter County Bank
i Capital and Surplus $35,000 Red Cloud, Nebraska. ?
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Edward Florance, President
S. R. Florance, Cashier
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ROY SATTLEY
Undertaking
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Licensed livibahner in
Kansas and Nebraska
Horse Hearse
Auto Hearse
Complete Line of Up-to-date
Furniture, Rugs, Etc.
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The Heavy Toll of Death
Tlio able Willis of Dea.h hiwo
shadowed ninny homes during the past
wui'U
Sadness reigns and the sympathy of
tin' community goes freely to those
bereaved ntnl sm rowing.
U'lXl-'ltHD I'OPH
Wiiifretl Pope whowashert vifdting
his purentn, .Mr. and Mrs .lay Pope,
but u few weeks since, answvied the
summons ut his hoiue in Denver, Colo
niilo, Sunday afternoon, Dee. 1st, l'JH.
ufter a slioit Illness, He grow to man
hood In Red Cloud mid ninny hearts
tiro saddenod by the loss of former
companion.
lie was born Aug. !10, 1882, lit Liud,
WK, and en i ne to Red Cloud with hit.
parents when nix months of fine, at 18
went to Denror entering railroad ser
vice In which he spent the remainder
of his life, and attained a highly re
sponsible position.
hi 1001 he married Eva Howard, who
died here It years later leaving four
children, Harold, Olen, Floyd and
Florence.
Ills surviving widow was Jennie
Smith whom he married in 1912.
Hesides his wife and parents, and the
four children, there are eight brothors
Jtud twoslsteis surviving.
Mineral services are being held this
afternoon " in charge of Ue v. J. L
Deebo.
MRS. A. W. FREED
Died at her home in Highland Town
ship just across the Kansas line, Sun
day, Dec. 1st, 1018. She was a uatlvo
of Wisconsin, and not quite l!0 years
of age at tho time of her death which
came after but a few day's illness.
Her husband and two clilldien, Hgcd
:t and r years, mourn the lols of a
good wife and kind mother. Funeral
sei vices wete hold Wednesday, and in
terment was in Highland eeinoteiy
the toys U a' (Jump I'litiston A
brollior and sister reside at Tor re
liant. Indian.!, and Melton M Steele
is another surviving lelative.
Funeral services wete held Friday at
tho South Side Mission. Rev. .1. L.
Ueelif olllelallug, mid interinfiit was
In'Re I Cloud cemetery.
MltS. MVKA SMITH
A .vw days HlniHs ended in tho
deiitlmf the wife of Malison Smith to
sldlliL near Atnboy.
Death oiiinc Monday evnning, Dee
'2nd, l'.'lS, and the young wife passed
over tho (Jroat Divide when life's real
pathvvty was but just opening before
her.
She was a daughter of Mrs. Clias.
Wiggins, and was born in Kansas, May
22, 11)00.
Her husband, one child, hor parents
and other relatives mourn an Irrepara
ble loo.
Funeral services were held at the
cemetery this (Thursday) morulng,
Kev John Ilatnmel and Kev. J. L.
Deebo in charge.
LUCILH SCRIVXER
The pen falters In iccordlng the
death of this estimable young lady
called when life at its brightest was
just opening before her. She was tho
daughter of Mrs. Fred Walker, of Blue
Hill, and was attending school there
when stricken by the illness that
ended in death.Suuday afternoon, Deo.
1st, 1018.
An added burden lies in tho fact
that the mother is nlso seriously ill,
and was unable to be with her daugh
ter when death came.
Open Day and Night
AT OUR CAFE
Powell & Pope
MR.AN'DMRS PATRICK .YlcCAULEY
Tho peoplo of Northeast Pawnee sec
tion were saddened by news of the
death of Mr and Mis. Patrick Mc
Caulej, which oecuired at Hustings
last (Ueck, liotti husband and wife
crossed tho Oieat Divide within ono
week, the fonner succumbing to pneu
monia following inlluen.a, and the
lattyr who had but recently undergone
an operation, not having strength to
withstand tile shock of her husband's
demise.
Death came to Wis. McCauloy at al
most tiie voiy hour arranged for hot'
husband's funeral, which was then
postponed and on Wednesday a double
funeral was held mid the mortal clay
of these two, united in doaUi, was laid
to rest in the Catholic uemotery at
Roselnnd, near Hastings.
Patrick McCaulcy was a well-known
hikI well-liked fanner of Logan, Smith
Co. and Matilda Port, of Koselaud,
who became his wife, was a most es
timable young lady, a loving mother
and exemplary Christian woman. Tho
former was 82 years of age, the latter
Four small children, the oldest but
8 years old, mourn tho absence of
"papa" aud "miimma." Tho surviving
grandparents anil other relatives have
the heartfelt sympathy of a large
circlof friends.
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he Fontcnay's Recital Proves
BDISONS TRIUMPH
Ever since (he first phonograph was made, music lovers
have looked forward to the day when this wonderful in
vention would be perfected -when it would reproduce the
human voice with such exactness that the reproduction
would be just as real as the actual voice it reproduced.
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ODETTE LE FQNTENAY
Distinguished French Soprano
Assisted by
GRACE FREEMAN, The Noted Violinist
proved conclusively that the genius Edison really has in
vented an instrument that fulfills every expectation and
every requirement of the most exacting arid cultured
music critics. Those noted artists sang and played with
The NEW EDISON
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and demonstrated that this wonderful instrument not ,
merely reproduces but actually RE-CREATES all forms
of music. No talking machine of any kind can pass this
lest. ,
Own a New Edison. Have this entrancing music
right in your own home. We gladly will serve you.
E. H. NEWH0USE
Jeweler and Optometrist
Red Cross Shipment
Chief ads Pay You
OLIVER BISHOP WRIGHT
Mr. Wright, well-known resident of
Red Cloud for many years, was culled
to the great beyond last Monday even
lug, Deo. 2nd, 1018. For a long time
he had been in poor health and the
prevailing malady found him ineapa-'
ble of successful resistance.
He was a native of Indiana, and
lacked but u few days of being 44
years old. In 1002 at Klue Hill he
married Lottie King who died Hvo
yuais later leaving him with one son
Ivan. In 11)03 lie mart led Anna Au
dit! soti-ut Red Cloud, aud a daughter
Lois uiiiiu to this union. The two
children, his bereaved wife, and his
mother, Mrs. Jake Klnser mourn his
depmluie from a life which In ought
tho love and respect of all who knew
him
Funeral services will bo held from
tho, home at 10 o'clock Friday morn
ing, Rov. John Hummel of the M. 12.
church In charge. Interment will be
in O.ik Creek cemetery near lilue Hill.
WILLIAM M. MACKEV
Was born in Shelbyvlllo, Ky , July
, "8, 18 H; Died at Red Cloud, Nov. 25th,
. 1018, from tiie infirmities of age culiui
j uattng in a paralytic stroke, Ho camu
to Illinois In 1851 aud enlisted us' a
soldier in the Civil war, serving two
'years and two months, He lost his
. right arm In the service. Farm Loans
July 12th, 1875, ho , married Miss I am ready to make farm loans in
Katherlno Hoirurd of Robinson. III. anv amount at lowest rates, best
.The famUvcune to Nebraska lu 189'J. j terms and option. Absolutely no dc
! Survivors in the bereaved wife, four lav and no inspection expense. Solo
'ctilldron, William, Tlintim?, Ilrucfl and' agent fofTrevott, Mattis and Baker.
Mrs. Pallas Smith, all lesldents of .Some private money.
Red Cloud, though at present oueoff J II. BAILEY.
Tho fourteenth shipment of Red
Cross supplies to the Nebraska Inspec
tlan Warehouse by the Red Cross
Chapter of this county, was sent Dec.
4th.at)consisted:'0f 180 sweaters, 31
pairs o'f socks, 2 pair of wristlets, 2
pair of hospital nocks aud 3 helmets
credited as follows:
ULADKN. 8 sweaters
'J pair sooks
HLUB IIILI -l'JHweaters
IJATIN AFMLIAUY-G sweateiH
'1 pair sockb
CoWLKS- sweaters
7 pair socks
Gl IDK ItoiJK K sweaters
1 helmet
IXAVALH s sweateiH
i) pair socks
J pair socks (hospital(
'J pulr wristlets
1 helmet
LUSTER AUXILIARY-.'! sweators
' LINE I'RRCIXCT AUX.-O sweators
, 11 pr socks
RIM) CLOUD AUX.-01 sweaters
10 pair socks
UllAPrRU-IShWuaters
11 pair socks
1 helmet
STOCK SALE
AT 1NAVALE, NEBRASKA
ON
Tuesday, Dec. 10, 1918
Commencing at One o'clock, Sharp
179 - Head of Stock - 179
Described as Follows
18 Head of Horses and Mules
1 bay mure 0 if. old wi. l.'t 0, in tt)nl to j-icit; 1 blk mine ft vrs old
wt I.'Wo, in foal to jackj 1 hay mnre 8 yrs old wt 1400. In foal to jack; t
giay mare .'I yrs old wt Ii'mO, in foal to jack; 1 bay mare, smooth mouth
wt i:t0o, in foal to jack; 1 team of yr old geldings wt 2100, from l.'XM
lb mares aud well matched; 1 team of son el mares 2 and :i yrs old, well
matched; 1 bay hor-e !) yis old wt 1000; I bay pony 7 yis old"; 1 buckskin
home, smooth mouth, wt l'-'O); 1 sorrel IioimjH yis imI wt'ldCO; 1 bay
ImiHo 1 yrs old wt 1000; I Imv hors 3 vr. nil wt 1200; I bay horse 2 yrs
old wt Hit). 1 extra good black iiiollie imit full yearling; 1 bavhoro 7
j is old wt ID.'O, this Is thrt best family humu in the county known as
the ilartwe'l pony
38 Head o Cattle 126 Head of Hogs
This n no Invoice sale. TUKMS 10 months at 10 per cent.
Ryan & Wonderly Auctioneers
Geo. McCrary, Clerk.
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ED. AMACK
UNDERTAKING
Phone, Ind. Store 1 58, Res, 93
RED CLOUD, NEB.
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