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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 17, 1921)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. FEBRUARY 17. 1921
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! Columbia Grafonolas THE JEWELER Columbia Records
Find Safety Deposit Boxes
Stolen From Guide Rock State Bank
and ftULE JEWELRY
Begins Feb. 19 : Closes March 5
Hustings, Feb. 11. Guide Hock olHc
lixls toddy recovered eleven safety de
p 'it boxes stolon from tlio Outdo Rock
statu bank wbon that institution wns
robbed three weeks ngo. The boxes
IIANQUET TO TKACHERS
(By a Teacher)
were discovered in u culvert a mile and
n halt north of Uluo Hill by federal valentine favors wore presented
inspectors of tho Mate highway, and
On St. Valentino's day tho Red
Cloud teaching force were tho gucats
of tho W. C. T. U. at a reception
given at tho home of Mrs. Barbara
The house was tastefully decorated
in keeping with tho occasion, and
wire dolivered to Sheriff Cole. A largo number ol members of the
Registered liberty bonds nmouiitiog local Union were present to greet
to more than $11,000, certificates or i and cntcrtnin our worthy instructors
deposit worth more than 58,100, and and about fifty people partook of the
notes worm over siu.uuu, auu a laro ueucious supper served.
amount of stock certificates were ru
covered in tho boxes, which were found
opened. Tho ofllcers today discovered
that h basement In Uluo 11111 in a build,
iug formerly occupied as a saloon and
lntor by tho A. D. Grnbon vulcanizing
company had been usod as n rendezvous
by tho robbers. Only tho boxes were'
taken from tho bank. Statu Journal
Mrs. Leadabrand Laid to Rest
Miss Jessie Kellogg introduced tho
teachers to the officers of tho W. C.
Tho evening was spent in enjoying
the fine program prepared by our en
terprising President, Mrs. Alice My
ers. This program consisted of after
dinner speeches, music on piano, Saxo
phone, and vocal solos, readings,
poems and memorials to Frances E.
Willard, whose heavenly birthday
will he celebrated on the 17th of this
Prof. Holtzen made a short hut in
teresting talk in thanking the hostess
The death of Mrs Mary A. Leada.
brand,' which oceured at her home in
Pawnee township, Smith county, one
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the hearts of her many frieu Is in that """ "' """"' "
vlcjnjt of the teachers, for tho great plcas-
For the year past or more sho had'" of meeting with and being cn-
been in noor health and hud made wsruunea uy mo y. v,. i. u.
Lost ! !
Golden Opportunity, if
you (ail to buy at this
from the path of econo
my by not satisfying
your wants at this sale
Your time and money
by overlooking and not
purchasing at this sale
All auto and harness repairing dono neatly and promptly
FOEGEL A 1DITTI H7D Red Cloud
Building Je U. UILjCiK. Nebraska
Advice is one of the cheapest things in the world. It's as free
the air. No matter what your troubles may be, just let it
known and advice will come piling in.
The old maid knows how to rear children, the bachelor knows
just how a wife should be handled, and even a bald-headed drug
gist can sell hair tonic and get away with it but the advice you
seek, not the klnd.that is volunteered, is the kind you want. We
are not a volunteer in the advice business, but if you are a patron
of our bank and ask advice on financial matters we will be glad
to help you in any way we can.
THE WEBSTER jCOUNTY BANK
Edward Floiance, Preident Rod Cloud, Neb. S. R. Floiance, Caihier
DtpotUi Guaranteed lnj the Depotltort OuaranUe Fund of the State of Xtbratka
Without A Doubt
You would be indignant if you were obliged
to pay a high price for an inferior grade of
merchandise. You have no cause for that
if you patronize us. Every article that
leaves our store is sold under guarantee
'Satisfaction or your money back' This
method of doing business is vouched for
by a large list of regular patrons. Don't,
take our word for it-ask your neighbor.
P. A. Wullbrandt
Groceries and Queensware
every effort to roKnln her health,
through tho assistance of both local
physicians and specialists, but all till
ed to accomplish thedc9lred results.-
Tho deceased was born in St. Louis,
February 27, 1872. Sho was united in
marriage to Peter Leadabrand of Smith
county in 1890. To this union were
born six children; four sons, Harry,
Jay, Edgar and James, twj daughter,
Viola and Molba. Aside from rearing
hor children she also extended a moth
er's love to five step children, Francis,
Samuel, Andrew, George and Matilda.
Iler husband preceedud her to the
Great Jloyond on December 20, 1007,
ns did one son Harry, at the age of 11
years and one daughter, Viola who
died in infancy.
Tlio fuuerul services wcro conducted
on Saturday, at 10 o'clock, Rev. Father
Volku, of Esbon, Kansas, oillclating.
Tho large number of peoplo in attend
ance was evidence of the high, esteem
in which sho wusheld. Interment was
made in the Mt. Hope comotory.
February Jury List
The following persons woro drawn to
serve ns Jurors at' the term of court
oillod for February 28th:
W. A. Crary
John Kuige Sr
o c. iioit
K. S. Martin
J. II. Hanson
W. II. Chapman
C. It. Uessu
Wo found much in common be
tween tho teachers and this organi
zation of women in their fight for
prohibition and Temperance in every
thing. The teachers arc teaching
Physiology and Scientific Temper
ance today in school, thru tho pio
neer efforts of this same class of
women. They heartily, co-operated
with tho W. C. T. U. in helping with
the petitions sent to our State Sena?
tor and Representative on tho Moving
Picture -Censorship bill in both houses
known ns Senate File 78 and House
Roll 113, by writing their signatures
as they left.
More people should get acquainted
with our fine corp of teachers, before
the school year ends.
COME EARLy"aND BRING EAR
Tho Pastor says "While it is pos-
siblo that all men may get to heaven.
yet I apprehend that some of them
will disturb the rest by arriving
Which reminds us of an occasion
when a gentleman addressing a gath
ering, was interrupted two or three
times by one of tho audience, vho
evidently didn't hear well, with
"louder, louder." Tho speaker somo
what irritated by the repeated In
terruption addressed himself to tho
disturber, saying "And when Gabriel
blows his trumpet on Ressurection
morning some doggono chump will
wail "louder, Louder, LOUDER."
Congregational Church Notes
Next Tuesday uftornnon, ut2 o'clock,
the pupils of the Lincoln grade school
will glvo n'WHHhliigton Birthday pre;
gram at the litifcHo Auditorium. Tho
I children will give a few drills iu front
Regular preaching services Sunday of tho Auditorium after tho program
will bo given Inside. The entertain-
morning by Rev Mary II. Mitchell,
i Sunday School at 10 o'clock.
An Independent telephone has been
placed In tho east room of tho church
building and it will bo usod for a study
and reception room by tho pastor who
oxpects to bo hero every Friday aud
Mr. auu Mrs. I'orry ot uurvnru are
in the olty visiting their son, Frat,k
Perry and wlfo.
Mayor Amack, who was taken to tho
Nebraska Sanitarium at Hastings Mon
day afternoon, was broughthomc Wed
.The Rod Cloud High School dobat
ing team went to Falrbury Wednesday
whoro they debated against the Fair
bury nigh Sahool team on tho subject:
"Resolved that tho lltoraoy test on Im
migration should bo repealed". Tho
Falrbury team won tho debate. Miss
Norrls, tuo instructor 01 HnglUu, ac
companied the local team to that city.
mont will be fmoto the public and they1
should attend it.
"Soaked" Family Doctor.
After a Kentucky Judge hud fined
Ills family doctor $30 and costs for
speeding and had sentcuced him to jail,
for three days, ho went on to .say:
"You and I aro friends. I am your
lawyer and you aro my doctor, but I
jun hero to administer Justice as 1 see
It. And you will serve that sentenco
in spite of our friendship or what any
of our friends may do." Just wait un
til it conies Doc's turn to sit In judg
ment on that judge I
Kerosene and Coal.
Kerosono contains more heating en
ergy thnn coal when considered on a
Tclght basis. A pound of kcroseno
contains about 10,000 heat units,
whereas a pound of high-grade coal
contains about 15,000. Tho cost of tlio
various fuels for heating purposes do
peuds largely upon tho relative sunnly.
BE ON TIME
TO BE ON FIMEPAYS. THE BUSINESS MAN RESPECTS
THE MAN WHO KEEPS HIS ENGAGEMENT "TO THE MIN
UTE." TO BE "RIGHT ON TIME" YOU MUST HAVE A
GOOD WATCH WHICH KEEPS THE RIGHT TIME. TO GET
A GOOD, ACCURATE "TIMEKEEPER" COME TO THE
STORE THAT KEEPS THEM-AND GUARANTEES THAT
THEY WILL KEEP CORRECT TIME-COME TO OUR STORE.
WE TEST YOUR EYES AND FIT YOU WITH
THE EXACT GLASSES'.YOU NEED-COME IN.
We Make 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
B. fi. Newhouse
m lied Cloud
Jeweler and Optometrist
Buy Them With
Egg and. Chicken Money J
Set aside 'your'egg and chicken money and,'
almost before you: realize it, you will have'
enough (to buy an equipment of beautiful
"Wear-Ever"- aluminum cooking utensils..
Bright, light, silver-like " Wear-Ever" uten-j
8ils will make you as proud of your kitchen aa
you arc of the other rooms in your home.
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A liiT-&"si"t-ii"ir-i finnlrin or 1 Tfi-fotlo
mxtuss. wvwibuufc, w.w..w mtttum
cost slightly more than ordinary utensils because
they areworth more. Itpays to buy "WearrEver"
ju3t as it pays to buy good farming implements.
Wear-Evcr utensils arc 'made in one piece from
hard, thick oheet aluminum without joints or seams.'
Cannot crack, flake or peel are pure and safe?'
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. Replace utennils that wear out
'with utcnsila that "Wear-Ever",
GEO. W. TRINE
E. S. Gaurber
Wall Paper, Paints. Oils and
Electrical Goods of all Kinds
Will Wire Your Housa And
Furnish You with Fixtures
Dp. . E. GUJIIP
PHONES I Office 76-M
1ND. J Reiidence 190-V
Office 2 Dlocki North of Fireman' Hall
RED CLOUD NEBRASKA
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