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THE RED CLOUD CHEF!
A NcMtpapr That fibes The News Flfty-tKO Weeks Each Year For One Dollar.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. JULV J, 1908.
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Monday several hundred swelter- ltutteries, Clegg and Sclioonovcr.
Ini? funs saw the Red Cloud mavericks hlcy, Lucas and Ilolnor. Two base
navigate through Raker's beautiful !,Us Clv.) ; "dbron1i, Saline. DoCon-j Webster ,ounty warmest greetings
bunch of Cambridge heroes. Clegg ? ! . ' iday. Itrad- come to you practically a stranger,
known to all as Haggerty mounted the i ,, '
, , , i ) i i Graves, lime. 1 hour and :i() minutes,
hill of supremacy and for nine long
Innings did he speed the sphere to the . s, os" 5amk.
little receiver behind the pan.Jstriking Tuesduv afternoon before a crowd of
out ten of the heroes ami Issuing buti boisterous fans the red suited heroes
three passes to the initial corner. I'n- from far away Cambridge treated Cap
There are four leading makes of watches
on the market and we sell them all. You
can make no mistake in buying one of us.
Our extra large line gives you practically
unlimited choice. No matter the sue or
grade, we have them. Cases of all grades
enabling you to buy the watch you want.
A written guarantee with every one of
them. Price always held at the lowest
We invite inspection and comparison of
goods and prices.
c Satisfaction or Your Money Back.
i NE WHOUSE BRO THERS
L Jewelers and Opticians B. N. Watch Inspectors
fortunate errors in the fourth inning
after llakom, a star that has inightly
I fallen even in the bush league, walked
to first. DeConley singled and Rohrcr
Hied to Masteis who errorcd and in
i ntm tivn t'litiv fm Pnmliriiliri TIhhi
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in tne seventh an error y viegg, ana a
1 two base lilt scored one run. The last
tain Sehoonover's Mavericks to a much
needed coat of white wash score being
1 to 0 in favor of Cambridge. Errors,
juggling the ball like a Kellar or a
Herman, bunching them all in one inn
ing gave the game to Cambridge. Also
when the Mavericks had their only
chance to win the game, it was
throwed tiwuv on a play worse than
of the counts for the heroes was mad e
in the eighth on a walk and and a two couple of school kids from Guide Hock
, base hit. Ilea Cloud commenced their would do. Nelson walked anil was
run-getting in the tlrst inning. Little sacritlecd to .'nd by Masters, Clegg
liraddio came tojbat and soused the tirst singled and Nelson cutting 3rd base
of the honoiablc Mr. Ousley's curves, by about forty feet was put out at
for two bags. Prof. Adams singled third base loosing the only chance to
as aslo did the veteran captain seorinir score the Mavericks had. Masters for
Rrod and Adams. Saline not to be
outdone sacrificed captain to 2nd and
A Trlend of Horses.
Mm Theodore Thomas, the widow
kjI the famous orchestra leader, Ib
making nn effort to have the draught
"horses In Chicago more humanely
treated. In a recent addreBs which
he delivered to the teamsters Jn
their official headquarters she asked
their co-operation In doing away with
the practice of overloading wagons
engorged in heavy teaming and in
drafting an ordinance to be presented
" 'Ao city council regulating the ton-
e teamsters may be permitted ito
A 'Housewifely Request.
Bhe Dearest, are you going
Ho Tea, darling.
Bhe "Well, I want to put up some
preserves this year. Won't you catch
me sarae Jelly iflsh? Baltimore American!
Cruisers "Nearly Completed.
Ihicle Sam will soon have eight
brand-new fighting ships a fleet all
by themselves. The new armored
cruiser North Carolina, which Is tc
be commanded by Capt. W. A. Mar
shall, now commandant -of the Uoston
navy yard, Is -00 per cent, completed.
Other ships within a "few points ol
the "100 mark in the percentage ol
completion are the Idaho, -battleship,
T7.2G; New Hampshire, battleship
99.30; Montana, armored cruiser,
"HOC; Chester, -scout cruiser, 98.38;
Birmingham, scout cruiser, 96.69,
Salem, scoot 'Ciitlscr, 94.31; tuibma
fine No. 99.
Ami Then Willie Did, Too.
"Now, children," said the teacher,
"who can tell me what Jonah did ard
what bappened 1o 'him?"
"I know," answerad Willie Smart;
"he ran .away from bis Job .and got
wealed."' Boston Transcript.
lie reached :trd on Nelson's out. Smith
singled and scored Sohoonover, Wal
ters retired the side. First inning
score 3 to 0. Masters in the second
inning singled, Haggerty bingled,
Rraddic whiffed, Adams was walked,
Sohoonover lilt for two sacks, scoring
Masters and Clegg, Saline singled scor
ing Adams, hehoonover being put to
sleep at 3rd base, Doctor walked and
Smith retired the side, 3 more scores for
Jted Cloud. Fourth Inning an error by
the late Mr. DeConley and a single by
Haggerty could score a run. Hut in
the fourth a single by Adams, an out
by Captain and two bags by Saline and
a single by Smith scored two runs
And In the fifth Mr. Ousley a pitcher
of some prehistoric time coming from
some desolate burg of dear Missouri,
was handed a lemon of no small quali
ty. .Masters went out from short to
first. Haggerty sacked for two bases,
liraddic singled, Adams walked and
was forced out at second by tbe cap
tain and in which we scored two more
runs. The rest of the game was
finished by a Mr. Lucas and the Mav
ericks couldn't look at him and thus
the game ended 10 to 4, the heroes of
the mighty battle had slaughtered 14
outs, 3 for extra bases, 3 walks oft' of
Mr. Ousley and 1 hit, and 2 walks
coupled with 3 beautiful errors by Mr.
lie coniey tne lauies man amassed a
terrible reckoning in the score book
Special Sale of Thin Goods
for Hot Weather
All Lawsis and thin Summer Goods at
one-third off. Don't want to carry
any over for next year, so will sell these
at a price that will move them.
Bargains in Laces and Embroideries.
Some of these have insertions and
edges to match. All go at one-half
price marked. Did not mark these up
for this sale; all go at one-half the old
Embroidered Wash Belts at 15c and 25c
Skirts with three rows of Val. insertion
and edging at $1.00.
Three clasters of tucks and hemstitch
ing, embroideried flounce, at $1.25.
Embroidered insertion 2 1-2 inches
wide with embroidered
Special in Corsets
All 5oc corsets and girdles at 40c.
Children's pants at 15c.
Children's vests at 6.c to 25c.
Ladies' gauze vests at 10c to oc.
Ladies' gauze pants at 15c to 50c.
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Red Cloud pitched a superb game giv
ing only one walk striking out 11 men
and allowing only 3 litis. While
Fugate was not far behind striking
out nine men giving only two walks
and allowing only two lilts. The only
score of the game was made in the flt.li
inning which was made by Cambridge.
Hutcau lilt to llradbrook. DeConley
singled, advancing Hutcau to second
nnd llakom tiled to Walters who missed
it letting Hutcau score. Two rank
eirors when the game should have
been irolne; on yet. Hut through the
Mavericks lost it possibly they will re
deem themselves. Score.
Cambridge.... 0 0 0 (( () 1 0 0 01 3 J
Red Cloud. ...00000000 00 i 4
Ilattcries, Fugate, Rohrer and Lucas.
Masters and Sclioonovcr. Double play
Bradbrook to Adams. Struck out by
Masters 1 men. Rase on balls off
Masters 1. Struck out by Fugate 0.
Rase on balls; oft', Fugate -. Umpire
Graves. Tithe 1 hour and SO minutes.
On a muddy field Cambridge took
thctlilid game from Red Cloud by a
score of .". to 4.
Red Cloud scored two in tbe third on
a hit, two base on balls nnd an error,
one in the si.Nth on a hit, and two outs
nnd one in tiie seventh on a hit and
error. Cambridge scored three iu the
seventh on a base on balls and two
errors and a base bit, two in the eighth
an a base on balls and two hits. Dad
errors by Rradbrook and Saline coBt
us a game, but we will even up tomor
row on Franklin. Score.
Cambridge.... 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0-5
Red Cloud.... 0 0 2 0 0 1 10 04
Hits, Cambridge t, Red Cloud 7.
Krrors, Cambridge 5, Red Cloud 4.
Ratterics, Adams and Sclioonovcr,
Ousley and Lucas.
Adams struck out six men and
Oufclcy struck out two. Hose on balls
off Adams, three; off Ousley, three.
Having purchased the plant and
business of The lied Cloud Chief. 1 ex
tend to the people of Red Cloud and
trust that we shall become better ae
iiualuted and through such luiualntauco
we shall receive mutual benefit.
Politically vve aie democratic, and
shall carry on a clean, aggressive cam
paign for the furtherance of the prin
ciples which we believe to be right.
Through the columns of The Chief
we shall endeavor to give to vou the
news of the community and county.
We shall tell the truth at all times
without fear, yet with malice toward
To make right wrong impressions
which there may be, 1 wish to state
that there is no one associated with
me iu the business and that whatever
is said and done, 1 alone shall be re
sponsible. We shall be grateful for any assis
tance which we may receive In the
way of news items, and cordlnlly in
vite yon to send in any such as you
may know of them.
Soliciting your patronage, and
thanking you in advance for any favors
received, 1 am
Kmoiiv 11. I)k Woi.r.
McCook, Nkiih., June .'10, 11)08.
As my wife has left my bed and
board I will not be responsible for any
bills run by her. Mil. .1i:sbk Rav.
NEW PRINCIPLE OF FIGURING.
System ef Household Ecsnomy That
Sterne Possessed of Justice.
In a discussion of household econ
omy a club woman said the other day:
"Th late Susan R. Anthosjy once
threw a new, strange light on this sub
ject. She was talking to me about
the allowances that husbands malfe
their wives, and I can't help thinking
that there was a good deal In what
"She said that an average man and
Ids wife, an average woman, were dis
cussing their receipts and disburse
nients. The man, a bookkeeper, had
had Ills salary reduced. It was now
$1,100. Ho wanted his wife to tell him
on what weekly allowance nhe could
hereafter run the house.
'"Well said the wife, 'there are
a good many things to consider.'
"I know it,' said the man, 'but Just
figure them up.'
"She began to calculate. 'There are
the clothes for tho three chlldien,'
she murmured. 'There's tho serv
ant's wages. Thoio's tho butcher, tho
grocer, tho baker, and the milkman.
There's the tent, the'
"'Well, figure It up! Figure it up,
can't you? tho mini Interrupted, rath
"Tho woman looked up suddenly. 'I
could figure it up,' sho said; 'hut I
havo thought of a much slmplor plan.'
All right. WhaS la it?' said ho.
M 'It Is,' uho answered, 'that you fig
Ray l'almer was down from Inavalo
Ed Rtirr of Guide Rock was in town
Jack Waller was down front Cowles
L. II. Ilumpf'ir went to Omaha
The stores will ull close tomorrow
from one till six.
Mr. and Mrs. Waldo of Inavale were
in Red Cloud Monday.
Jim Galusha urrived in the elty Hub
morning from Lincoln. .
Art Wolcott nnd family"' were down
from Inavale Thursday.
Special prices on old wheat Hour at
the Red Cloud Milling Co.
Mrs. Wllbcr Hamilton and children
returned from Guide Rock Monday.
Mrs. W. A. Holmes returned t'uo last
of the week from Washington, Kansas.
Norman I'eirce of Kearney was here
attending the funeral of Jos. Warren.
Carl Warren of Monteray, California,
arrived iu tho elty Wednesday to at
tend the funeral of bis father.
Irving Cuminings was in tho west
ern part of the state last week repre
senting the Red Cloud Milling Co.
City Bakery and
WM. PATTEN, Hrop.
I am prepared to serve a square meal
at all times at 25 cents a meal. Ice
cream, summer drinks, confectionery,
cigars and tobacco. Farmers, trade a
specialty. Board and room by day or
week. Give me a call.
Deaths and Fni
Joseph Wesley Wl
Joseph Wesley Wan
Rtieben and Naomi Warri
April 30, 1811, in Gi
Indiana. A few years Ji
Warren removed with it
Muscatine a village on th
the Mississippi in what vi
territory. There he raist
and there in October 180
Warren enlisted in Com
1 1 Hi regiment of Iowa Ii
teers, in which regiment,
service in many of tho mi
battles of thu Civil war
ably discharged October
A f ter the war lie rctui
and a few years later on
he was united in marrhi
Pierce at the home of li
Medina, Ohio, and retuji
he made u homo for his
ingtou where they reside!
six years of their niurrll
having determined to bul
himself and his family inj
with his wife and two
westward, making the
covered wagon, and afl
(nation of the country, )i
homestead obout live mil
of Red Cloud, where he jj
reside for several years wl
farming in proper seasoi
seasons of the year en gag.
ing betv ecu Hastings, tl
est railroad point, and
In 1870 he was elected 1l
county and his repeated,
that otllcc were cvldcuce-l
eiation of the people of tl
liis capacity as u brave,
He was a Mason, W(
member of the Grand
Republic, in which last
izutlon he took perhaps
est, every comrade who
blue in the service of our!
especially dear to him. Vi
Mr. Warren is survived
bis mother now nearingsji
mark, his five children W
Emelinc, Ruth and Carl,
kind husband, a loyal sot
diligent father and ho is
by two sisters, Mrs. Ella
tills city and Mrs. Lydl
jur. warren was not aA
most robust type, but ho!
joying better health thai
the morning of ThurBdaj
when he became suddenh
few hours lapsed into ui
from winch lie never ral
away quietly at six a. in.
an illness of live days.
Joseph W. Warren wai
social nature and made
large acquaintance and
of friends, who will in hi
friend and who mourn hi
more immediate family..
The funeral services v?l
the house Thursday ai
ducted by Revs. Sti flier
and the remains laid to
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