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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1906)
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Business College Notes
The drawing cIiish is doing boiiio
Tho KttiilcntH voted to lmve one week b(,fm.c 1hj Kot tns((ie tj10 f,ri,ii,.0n,
the Imll on downs. Hed Cloud fulled
to make ten yards on its second down
mid Hayman tried a pliice kick but
missed goal. K. Reynolds, lllooining-1
ton's left lml flmek, picked the ball'
from the ground and started to run
with it , but was tackled and downed
vacation for Christmas
Miss Harlow of the college attended
Miss Sheldon's basket supper.
Mrs. Wee.sner and Mrs. Smith were
visitors Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Ksthcr Peterson will give a
scoring a "safety." Score, Hed Cloud
8, Hloomingtou 0. I
Hloomingtou kicked out from the '
fifteen yard line. The ball changed
hands frequently, and finally Dickey
was pushed over for another touch-
BEAUTIFUL vg j n? . -
CHRISTMAS GIFTS !
basket supper tonight, l'rof. Dietrich n. "y"' 'l S Ild '
... ., score was in to 0 in favor of the Hed
Mr. Dietrick is getting outsomenew
circulars to be used in advertising his
l'rof. Dietrick goes to Hostwiek Sat
urday to give an address on a Sunday
Miss l.ora Wccsncr has some very
appreciative people out in her district,
says Mr. Dietrick, in speaking of the
Mr. (lilhaiii was up again hist Fri
day and gave us u very interesting j
talk on "Profanity and Slang." He
gave us some good advice and we in
tend to profit by it.
New students are reporting every
day, telling about their intention of
starting In the first of the year. The
school is surely growing fast and the
Red Cloud business College will soon
be a school that you can be proud of.
l'rof. Dietrick seems to be having
his share of accidents the last week.
While driving out wi ,h Hoscoe Wee.s
ner to Miss Lora's school last Friday
the buggy tipped over and spilled them
out, and as he and Mrs. Dietrick were
going out north to Miss Sheldon's
school the horse fell down and created
quite a stir.
Hev. Hates made the school a talk
last Thursday morning on "The Di
visions of Time." Mr. Hates is a deep
thinker and a close student of history
as well as human nature, and can al
ways say something that is new to his
hearers, and they go away saying: "I
learn something when I listen to
him." Come again, Mr. Hates; you
are always welcome.
Miss Sheldon's basket supper was
the most orderly of any Mr. Dietrick
has had the good fortune to attend.
He wishes all young people would
think before they throw chicken, pie,
oranges, etc., over the house, .lust
think of the teacher cleaning up such
a mess the next morning. Young peo
ple, if you want to do something to
make a teacher glad, eat your suppers
like ladies and gentlemen.
The average educated man earns
$1,000 per year. He works forty years,
making a total of 8 10,000 in a lifetime.
The average day laborer gets SI. .10 per
Cloud Husiness College. The game
ended with the ball in Hloomington's
territory. At no time during the game
was Hed Cloud's goal in danger. The
Ilt'HIXKSrt CO I.. III.OO.MINOTON.
Arnold center O. Wallen
S. I 'hares.... right end Itcttis '
Snielser ....right tackle Ivling
I'altuer right guard Motl'ett
Dickey . .right halfback... (lurher
(J. Hriidhrook.. quarter. .W. Reynolds
Iturroughs . . .left half. .K. Reynolds
I'.unlen left guard ....T. Wallen
lledin' ... left tackle Mi Dunn
I j. HradhroOk. . left end Morgan
(layman fullback Sharp
No more beautiful tior more acceptable Gifts can be found than
those we are showing. A few items only can we mention here. An
examination of our stock will show vou thn largest, most complete
line of reliable, down-to-the minute JEWELRY evrr shown in the
city. Prices right and such that you can not afford to buv elsewhere.
I School Notes 1
O. W. DUDLKY, SUI'T.
Superior is planning to build a new
high school building.
The State Teachers' Association will
meet in Lincoln December 20.
Superintendent A. A. Heed of Su
perior visited the city schools last
The literary society will be reorgan
ized soon after the holidays. Atletics
and preparation for the concert have
required so much time that it has been
inadvisable to do this sooner.
The Lincoln board of health, in a
recent meeting, charged that the lack
of sanitary and hygienic conditions
was largely responsible for the epi
demic of diphtheria that has made it
necessary to close some of ward schools
in that city.
(lohl filled wnrranted oases,
with Klein or Wiiltham move
ments, . $.r0, 810 and up.
Nickel-plated, Silvorino mid
Silver cased Watcho-, &1 to $20.
Fancy Fmanielod Watches ?0
and up. Sonic bargains in theso.
Hold filled warranted easos,
with Kltrln or Wultlmni move
niAiirs, ?(3. 7, and higher.
Silver. Silvorino and Nickel
plated Watches, from $2 up.
Nickel-plnted, Silvorino. Silver
and Gold Watches from St up.
All Watches thoroughly guar
anteed both as to quality and
sorvieo. An immense lino to so
Chains and Fobs
A flno lino from which to se
lect a Chain to accompany any
Watch yon may purchase. Prices
75c, 81 and up.
Sold Gold always no filled or pla
ted goods in our stock.
Baby Rings, COe, T.'ic, 90o. Plain
baud, engraved and sot.
Misses' Rings. 1.2f, S1.50, 31.75 and
up; engraved and set rings. A lino of
Dirthstouo Rings at $1.50.
Ladies' Rings band, em-raved and
sot, $2 to $:$". Diamond Rings at low
est prices offered anywhoro.
Men's Rings, $-1, Sf, G and up. Noth
ing hotter anywhoro.
Remember, all are Solid Gold
I II yhtct py 1 1 J VV
Now that the city has won the long
drawn out suit and has obtained the
Farmers & Merchant Jiank building,
why not organize a Y. M. C A. and
turn the building over to them. This
would give the organization a splen
did start and we would soon have a
good library, reading room, bath and
possibiy a small gymnasium.
At the present time the city affords
no entertainment whatever for our
young people, and we believe that no
better use could be found for the
Tho Y. M. C A. offers the best line
of amusement and instruction yet
known and as a force for building up
the' town its activities are unsurpassed.
Either of theso makes an idoal
present for tho whole family. A
complete line of machines, from
$10 to $60
and tho largest stock of records
in tho city, .'loo to $1 oacb.
A most mo ul nid durablo
preson and wo hnvo Clocks suit
able for most nnvoim.
A Hun little cold.plntod Plonk
for a lady's dresser, t.7" to ',f0
nice Eimtnnled Mutant Clock
with gilt trimmimrM. eiffi to ?1()
A irond S"rvieonhln clock for
tho kitchen. 0 and tin.
For a school teacher, one of
our m a 11 Olock at $1 or $15
miikos a unique trifr.
For a hnrd slecnor one of our
HtMo"dovilnr."nt l.fiO or 2.'.r
mnk's a useful present.
Others not so good. ftl.
We will give only to those who register, a fine Cal
endar for 1907.
We are always willing and reay to show goods.
For tho lady of the house or a
a presont to tho familv, n piece
of our flno Silver Tablownro is
most acceptable. Not expensive,
Oako Dlsher, 2.f0.
Rrond Travs. $2.7.r).
Butter Diobo. $225.
Tea Sets $900.
Baking Dishes, .?j.7fi.
Other pieces, all good, all use
ful, front fiOc up.
MPOONS-SUvpt plnted Tea
spoons $1.75 to Sterling Silver at
$11 ppr set. Dessert and Table
poona to match, price accord
ingly. Souvenir Spoone nnd Forks,
solid silver, $1.25 to 3.75.
Knives and forks, Berry
Snoons. Cream Ladles. Fruit
Knives, Nut Pracks and Picks,
an almost endless variety.
Novelties, such as Silvor
Toilet. Manicure and Sewing
Sets Brushes Combs, Writing
Sots, etc. Small remembrances
from 25c to 7-rc.
Jewelers and Opticians,
Burlington Watch Inspectors.
day, 300 days in a year, or 150 per
year, lie earns 18,000 in a lifetime.
Tho difference between 10,000 and
18,000 is 2,000. This is the mini
mum value of an education in dollars
nnd cents. The increased self-respect
you gain can not be measured in
The students of Chartier shorthand
are getting quite speedy, uonsiderinir
the time they have put on the work, i 5 existence for young men.
We believe the Chartier is all that is
claimed it would be. We notice that
the (iregg company is getting pretty
badly scared about its work from the
back, that "It aint gwine to hurt you;
I aint gwine to git skeered" and he
The only trouble with the forego
ing suggestion, so far as we can see,
is that the city needs the money. The
Y. M. V. A. is the finest organization
s Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County R-eportcrs j
Real Estate Transfers.
For the week ending Tuesday, De
cumber 11. furnished bv the Fort Ab
"knocks" they are sending out about ' 8trftet c., u . KorU Manager.
ml-m ..no humiium. man ocgins 10 vms. Arends to .Inlin llostack,
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lot 10, HUc. 17, lllue Hill, wd.
t.l .1... II . N..
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...ui,. wi. v.v, ..tin.-. .1:111111 nimiu-
thing is wrong with tho "knocker."
(Sregg's is good, I'itman's is good; in
faut, students hold good positions who
write most any system. Tho best is
the one that is easiest learned, fastest
written and easiest read after it is
Red Cloud 13, Bloomlnftton 0.
A very fast game of football was
played on the Hed Cloud grounds yes
terday afternoon between the Husi
ness College and Hloomingtou teams.
From tho first kick-oil it was seen
that the lied Cloud team, though con
siderably lighter than their opponents,
were much the faster and had a bet
ter understanding of the rules of the
Uloomington got the kick-off and
Emma H. Kichendifer to Will
Hoffman, lots 5, 0, Mk. a, Blad
en, wd 'J50
W. C. Frahm, Co. Trcas., to C. L-'
Evans, lots 3, 1, 5, 0, Bile. 3,
(larber's 2 add to Red Cloud,
tax deed 0.05
Sherman Woodard to John Farn-
er, part sw 1 se 1, 10-2-0, wd .... 10
Millard F. Kohror to C. F. (lund
:m lots in Blue Hill, 10 lots in
Bohrer's add Blue. Hill, qcd..
Mortgages filed 100.
Mortgages released 1 1025.
Didn't Scare a Bit.
Wednesday night George Baylor,
Ed Amuck nnd a few others put up u
the ball was returned fifteen yards, job to frighten Henry Williams, but
A series of line bucks brought the ball the laugh was turned on the jokers,
to the center of the field. A pretty Shortly beforu it was time for Henry
"ends on" kick netted twenty yards to go home Ed Amuck donned a sheet
more for Red Cloud. Bloomington got and proceeded to a dark spot on Elm
the ball on downs, but lost it in the street to lay in wait for our colored
same manner. Hayman went around friend. "Doc" Fort, George Baylor
the ends twice for good gains, and a and a idunber of others who had been
series of lino bucks and a penalty put "put next" shivered around in the
tho ball within a yard of Blooming- cold waiting for their victim to ap-
ton's goal line. Dickey was pushed pear. He finally hove In sight, In
over for a touchdown, I laymen kicked company with Dave Dickey, who was
goal and tho half ended with the score was also in the plot. When Amuck,
0 to 0 in favor of Bed Cloud. in tho character of "his ghostshlp,"
Red Cloud kicked off to Blooming- confronted tin pair Dickey started to
ton's ten-yard line and tho ball was ruiij but Williams refused to got
returned live yards. Bloomington lost scared and shouted to Dickey to come
Corn shucking will soon bo done.
Mr. Douthit is hauling wheat this
Claronco Hubbard shollod corn on
J. R. Crozior was in Bed Cloud Satur
day on business.
Bort Slator returned from tho west
on Friday of last wook.
II. W. Hubbard of Guido Kock is
hauling his wheat to Cowlos.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Emory Howard,
Doc. 0, n daughter. All purtios doing
Tho infant sou of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Cling was burriod on Sunday at Guido
Mrs. W. A. Howard of Guido Hock is
spouding a fow days at tho homo of hor
A number, of Eckloy young pooplo
attended tho rovivnl mooting at Mt.
Hopo Sunday evoning.
According to madam rumor wo may
soon hoar tho wedding bells ring. Got
your tin pana ready boys.
Tho box suppor at tho Eckloy school
house on Doc. Gilt, was a succoss
financially. Tho proceeds wore $29.75,
to go towards buying a now organ.
A now bridgo is being built on tho
road leading to tho school house.
A. II. Sprachor and J. R. Morso went
to Hastings tho last of last week.
Mort Adamson wont to Lincoln
Tuesday accompanied by Mrs. C. W.
John Grcenhalgh and wife left Fri
day for Woodruff, Kansas, to look after
his business interests.
Tho B. A. M. have a now depot agont,
Mr. Pate filling Mr. Rohr's place whilo
ho is having a vacation.
Undo Tom's Cabin was good con
sidering tho smalluess of tho hall in
which thoy gavo tho play. A largo
crowd was present.
Mr. and Mrs. Peak wore hi Bod Cloud
Teacher's mooting was hold at tho
school house Saturday.
Fred Vanco and Frod Thomas loft
Mouday for Kansas City. r
Your money refunded if after using
three-fourths (?() of a tube of ManZan
you are dissatisfied. Return the bal
ance of the tube to your druggist, and
your money will be cheerfully return
ed. Take advantage of this offer. Sold
by Henry Cook's drugstore.
List of letters remaining uncalled
for at postofllco at Bed Cloud, Nob.
for the wook ending Deo. 12, 1000
J. C. Froitus (2), C. A. Francis, Will
Those will bo sent to tho dead letter
otlico Dec. 27, 1000, if not called foi
before. When culling for abovo ploaso
T. C. Haokkr, Postmustor.
Two days' treatment free. Ring's
Dyspepsia Tablets for impaired diges
tion, Impure breath, perfect assimila
tion of food, increased appetite. Do
not fail to avail yourself of the abovo
offer. Sold by Henry Cook.
Floods the body with warm, glow
ing vitality, makes the nerves strong,
quickens circulation, restores natural
vigor, makes you feel like one born
again. Hollistor's Hooky Mountain
Tea. 115 cents. 0. L. Cutting.
KHRUMATISM CUItKD IN A DAY.
Mystic Curo for IthcumntlHm and Neuralgia
radically cures la l toIidnyH. Its tictlou upon
tho itybtem Ih remnrknbla nnd mysterious. It
removes at onco tlm muse and tho dUcaso Im
mediately disappear)), Tho first doso greatly
bciiflltH, 73 cents and II. Sold Uy II. K.Guice,
drunks', lted Cloud.
The relief of Coughs and Colds,
through laxative influence originated
with lice's Laxative Cough Syrup, con
taining Honey and Tar, a cough syrup
containing no opiates or poisons, which
is extensively sold. Secure a bottle at,
once, obtain si guarantee coupon, and
if not fully satisfied with results, your
money will be refunded. Sold by
Henry Cook's drug store.
Notice Is hereby given, that under and by
vlrtno of an order of Mile ihnied from the ofllco
of (icorgoW. Hut liltinn, Clark of tho District
Court of the Tenth Judicial District, wltlilu
and for Webster County. Nebraska, upon a de
cree in an action pending therein, wherein tho
1 Ity of lted Clou.l, Nebraska, Is plaintiff, nnd
against Tne Farmers A .Merchants Hanking Co.,
John O Yelhcr ei al.. defendants. I shall offer
for sale at public vendue, to the highest bidder
for cash In hand, atthuiiikt door of the Court
IIouko, at lted Cluud, In mid tVebster County.
Nebraska, (that being the building wherein the
last term of mid court was holilen), on the llith
day of January, A. II. HMi7. at two o'clock p. in.
of laid day, the following described property,
to wit: Lot twenty-one (!'!), in block thlrty
ono (.11), in tho original town, now City of lted
Cluud, Webster, County, Nebraska,
Given under my hand this llith day of De
O. D. IIKDOE, Shcilu".
Htrnard McNcny. I'lulntltl's Attorney, jan)5
Application for Pardon.
Notice Is hereby given that Charles I), Mc
Millan, convicted on October Si. 1U03, lu tho
District Court of Hed Willow County, Nebraska,
of tho crime of manslaughter, will on Thurs
day, December '.'0, loot), at 11) o'clock a. m,, make
application for a pardou to tho Governor of
Nebraska, at his olu co lu tho city of Lincoln
dec.11. CIIAItLES D. McMILLAN.
A friend of the hom
A foe of the Trust
Compiles with the Pure Food Laws
of all States.
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