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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1910)
ftSI VOLUME XXXVIII.
for pood banking service lire not sur
pissed, mift wo offer our customers
every courtesy and convenience
We Want Your Account
uud it is for your interest to bank
with us if you appreciate safety and
good judgment combined with n broad
Webster County Bank,
RED CLOUD. NEB.
B. F. Mizer, President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
B. F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
S. R. Florance.
:i8 degrees Monday morning 0 above
Ed. Rabser has gone to Milwaukee
on a vlt.it.
Will Robertson is in St. Joe this
week with cattle.
Geo. Law has fifteen, acres of potatoes
und thirty acres of bugs.
Frank Ellinger seems to bo qui to a
scrapper. Ask Prank or the girl.
Jos. Hewitt's futhor and mother
from Republican City Is visiting them.
Ilert Morhart and Dr. Huorstetta
walked out to W. S. Ucnse'u Saturday
We had the prlvilodtrc of seeing the
vclipso and comet and perhaps the
only time In our lifetime or two or
three- of them.
Another fine rain Friday night.
Some farmers In Garfield are plant'
ing tholr corn ovor.
Gay Barnes took two loads of hogs
to market Saturday.
Col. WiggiDB sowed alfalfa on the
Amaek ranch Monday.
Merlel and Ethel Fisher are visiting
in Red Cloud this weok.
Ray Davis and Archie Harris were
on wind mill row Sunday.
Jack Barnes and family called on
his good nntured brother Sunday.
filmrlov Smith nnd wife called on
Guy Barnes and family Sunday.
fl..tc tTnucnti fnnlr ulillnr-ll nf nnttln
tl dowh to Will Fisher's pasturo Moil-
Mrs. N. P. Campbell was operated
ou Tuesday and Is doing well. A spec
ialist from Omaha did the work.
YOU CAM BUY OF THE
Red Cloud Hardware and
An Old Reliable Delaval
Cream Senerator, 500 lbs
Capacity for $57-50
I This add Brought to Our store $
is good for $2.50 on the Pur
chase of the above seperator.
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P peoples who
Frank Amack was on wind mill row
Sunday doing a little missionary
Paul Suhultz lost a horse last week,
lie says it did not take her long to
die wliou she took a notion.
The sowing society was well attend
ed at Mrs. Will While's Thursday and
made a uico lot of clothes for the Fish
er girls. Thene-was about sixty there.
The Commencement Exercises of
tbo Red Cloud High School will begin
Sunday, May 20th with the class ser
mon delivered by Rev. Kates at the M.
E. church at 8 p. m.
Tharo will be no school Monday
afternoon so that tho children may ob
serve Decoration Day and attend tho
Final examination will be givon In
the High School Tuesday and Wednes
day and in the grades Wednesday and
Examination grades and Promotion
Cards will be distributed Friday after
noon at 2 p. m.
Glass night exercises at the Opera
House Thursday, June 2nd., at 8 p. m.
Commencement night Friday, June
8rd., at 8 p. m.
The class of 1910 havo dramatized
the book Tbo Man on tho Box and
will present this play at the Opera
House Thursday, June 2nd. Much
credit is due tho Seniors in dramatiz
ing this work. In presenting this play
tlioy not only display their dramatic
ability but a literary ability of much
excellence as well.
dx-sttitu Superintendent J. L. Mc
Brien will doliverthe Commencement
uddress. Subject "An Evoning with
A Newspaper That filvcs The News Fifty-two
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA,
Base Ball Season
Red Cloud Shuts Out
Seward 5 toO
Tho long expected opening of tho
baso ball season arrived Tuesday to
the intense enjoyment of all the fans.
The day was an ideal one as far as tho
weather was concerned and by noon
the city was filled with ponple dressed
in holiday attire. The real opening
commenced with a big automobtlo
parade bonded by the Red Cloud band.
After tho parade tho crowd of people
made their way to the base ball park.
Fully 1000 people were In attendance.
The grandstand, blccchcrc and both
foul lines wore filled.
Mayor Dahlman of Omaha tossed
the first ball and whilo it was evident
to nil that he was not an expert ball
player yet he managed to get the
sphere somewhere in the neighborhood
of home plate and the scasou was
officially opeued. Captiain Grnnt was
the first man at the bat and he made
a safe binglo and captured the first
sack. Mills sacrificed and Grant went
to second, stole third and reached
home scoring ono for tho first round.
Another score was made in the third
inning and three in the fifth and since
Seward had failed to tally the game
was assured. At this time the St. Joe
Commercial Club came marching to
the grounds thoir band ptayintr "There
will bo a hot timo in tho Old Town
Tonight." Thoy filed along in front
of the bleachers aud woreonthusiastic
rooters for tho homo team. Seward
failed to score and the game resulted
In a Red Cloud victory of C to 0.
Tills Is tho first time that this city
has witnessed a really truly league
gamo of base ball and from onrside of
tho fence it was a great game. Mitch
ell is certainly something of a pitcher
and Carter at first base cannot be beat.
Our boys all did some excellent work
with the stick and their playing all
thru the game gave universal satis
faction. Our team is improving and we ' will
nail that pennant at the close of the
The following is the line up and the
Grant 3b 2 3
Mills If 3 0
Carter lstb 3 0
Hunisey cf 3 0
Jarrottrf 4 0
Fagan ss 3 1
Smoltz 2b 3 0
Ruppcrt c 3 1
Mitchell p 4 0
Harris 83 3
Booth 3b 3
NcfT c 3
Henry cf 4
Ling If 4
Atchison 11 3
Pierce 2b 3
Harrington rf 3
Stewart p 3
Red Cloud 10001300 0-5
Seward 00000000 0-0
Hits-Red Cloud 7, Soward 1.
Errors -Red Cloud 3, Seward ;i.
liases on balls OfT .Mitchell 2; off
Stewart 1. Struck out Uy Mitchell ti,
Stewart 1. Double plays Red Cloud
Iliittcrleh Red Cloud, Mitchell and
Ruppcrt; Seward, Stewart and Clint
Standing tfllie State Leaftu
Grand Island ll
Red Cloud 1 1
W h Pet
8 2 .800
a :i .727
7 ;i .700
r i .roG
1 7 .304
:i 7 .300
3 7 .300
Weeks Each Year For $1.50.
i Econimy stock Ponder,
j The iintiii 'Eonnomj" stands for
quality in the stock powder world.
Even our competitors acknowledge
I that the Economy Stock l'owdois are
the standard. With us, the quality
i goes in befou tho 11111110 goes on. We
j ure not milking a cheap powder but
aro niaiting uio best that money can
buy, using only the best and purest
drugs that the market afford". This
is tho reason of our largo business
and the popularity of the Economy
Stock Powder. Men who food Econ
omy Stock Powder do not loso their
hogs. We give protection against all
diseases common to the hog family.
Ifyonnre now food Ing them your
neighbor Will toll you of their super
ior value. Tens of thousands of satis
fied oustomers will tell you how .they
saved thoir hogs aud made money by
feeding Economy Stock Powder. We
have a positivo worm cxpellcr, blood
purifier and general conditioner. We
will give 11000.00 if wo cannot expel
worms from any herd of wormy hogs.
Call at our olUce and we will
give you any information. If this is
impossible write or phono us and wo
will call at your place and do all in
our power for you. You make no mis
take in trying them. You will find
them for sale at the Red Cloud Hard
ware it Implement Company, Red
Economy Hoo St Cattlk Powdeii Co.
II. F. Cooi'Kit, Guido Rock, Agent.
Real Estate Transfers
for the week ending May 25, as furn
ished by, tho Fort Abstract Company,
Red Cloud, Nebr.
J E Eastman to N R Simpson wd
lots 13 to 16 blk 2 Piatt's 1st
add to Red Cloud ?
Louis Borcherding to Harm Van
Boening wd n sw 13-4-10
R W Koontz, Co. treasurer to
Max Buder tax deed lot 8 blk 1
Guido Rock 75
R W Koontz, county treasurer to
Max Buder Ux deed lot 7 blk 1
Guide Rock..- 75
Guide Rock Cemetery Association
to Lizzie R Ackerson wd lot 1
blk 165 G R cemetery 12
C S Jones to Geo W Shuck wd
sw ae and pt lots 7 and 8 in 15-
H B Hunter to E E Burr wd lot
4 blk 9 Vancea add to G R 250
Wm Montgomery to Minnie F
Montgomery wd pt lot 9 all lot
10 blk 9 VanceBaddtoG Rock. 1100
W D Moore to First National
Bank, Lawrence qcd se 10-4-9. . 1
Lydia Moore Sanford to Marvin
E Ellinwood wd s no 10-1-12. . 540
Marvin Ellinwood to Cecil M &
Melvin M McCall qcd s no 10-
Anna V Sanford etal to Cecil M
& Melvin M McCall wd nl ne of
10 and lots 7 and 8 all in 3 all in
Grace V Hanaen etal to II Frank
Beun qcd sw nnd w se 32-3-11 . 1
Wm Monia to Hugh L Ryker wd
e nw 2-2-9 3000
Geo A Daily to Henry Arcnds wd
ptsw 9-4-10 4000
C F Gund to A LSauchek wd-aw
II Rose to W Busking wd lot 5b2
Joannu Rose to W Busking wd 14
b2 Rosemont 800
Class Rose to V Busking wd lot8
b8 Rusemont 1200
Johanna Pelz to Christ Fasslcrwd
Us 12 and 13 b7 Rohrcr'a add
to Blue Hill 1000
Christ Fasaler to R L Pelz wd 112
and 13 b7 It's add to Blue Hill . . 1000
Mortgages filed. . ..?8000
Mortgngos released 5500
ltOPItHOl'HKItVICHAT.M. K. CIIUItCH
.Sunday .School 10 A.M.
rri'iu'lilnu V Jl A.M.
(.Maun im-utlni; 1- M.
ICpuorth ItiiKiio ...-. 7 1'. M.
Prcachliijc - 1'. M.
I'rayi-r iiicotlin; Wednesday cvciiIiik 8 1M
Ladles Aid I'rldny - 2 1'. M.
Your prcBcnco Is rciiuestcd and a cordial
ln Itatlon la extended to nil.
M. T. Stjki lku 1'iiRtor.
Take a Itydak
to the Ball Game
There's twice the fun for those
Let us instruct yu in the easy, all-by-daylight way of Picture Making.
Kodaks $5.00 to $111.50. Brownies, $1 to $12
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THE MONUMENT MEN,
Red Cloud, - - Nebraska.
Artistic, Carriage, Sign and
At Sullivan's Old Lumber Yard.
All First Class Work Guaranteed.
See The Chief for
up - to - date job work.
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