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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1910)
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VOLUME XXXV III.
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A Newspaper That filvcs The News Fifty-two Weeks Ench Ycnr For $1.50.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, Stil'THMKEIi 15. li)10.
Wo Novor Turn Our Bivck
on :v deseivlng customer's request ifit
be a reasonable one, nwr do we allow
spider webs to grow in our olllces.
e are an
In oveiyihing that pertains to the
Hanking business, and we solieit your
nci'ouut beeause we know that we w ill
givo you a service that will be to your
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
Webster County Bank,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
B. F. Mizer, President, S. R. Florence, Cashier.
- B. F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm. M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
S. R. Florance.
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Old time society met with Mrs. Chas.
Mr. and Mrs. Connie Rasser spent
Sunday at John Holcombs.
Mr and Mrs. L. P. Albright Sun
dayod at his sister's, Mrs. I. Frisbie.
Mr. dear Monia and family spent
Sunday at her Hisler's, Mrs (lotolieb
Mr. and Mis. lieriuird llulsebush
and son Sundiiyed at olnnstedes' near
I'.merand Harry Monia spent Satur
day and Sunday at their uncle's,
Quito a number arc digging potatoes
this week. They are very senroe in
Mr. and Mrs. Porter Hale and
daughter spent Sunday with her
mother Mrs. John Etnick.
Hoyd Harrington took in tho fair
last week. He said they keep pretty
good pop corn, but St.
Joe can beat
Fine weather for baying this week.
Pretty cold nights but no host yet.
John Miller's little boy is quite sick
Alfred and Pcto Mauley went to
lodge Monday night
Charley Wolf was on wind mill iow
Monday and got u load of watei
melons Miss Pearl White was a pleasant
caller on Muriel and Ethel Fisher
The colt show at Charley Wolf's
Tuesday was well attended and some
tine colts were shown.
Louis Mauley and Will Usher went
after peaches Monday and they got
some nice ones at John Miller's.
Horn to Mr. and Mr. A. W. Ship
man a boy on 1'iidayof tho tegular
Nebraska weight eleven pounds.
Kay l)aN Miys that it seems good
to get back home once more at Frank
Smiths for he felt lost all summer.
T W. White leturned from Lincoln
Monday nic,ht wheie he took in the
slate lair and also visited his parents
Howard Ailes has started a now
style uy taxing nis gn i out tor a ruio
and tieating her to a mud bath. Wo
have heard of them taking a sun bath
but not a mud one before.
J. M. Roland has a nephew hero
from Bloomtleld, lowu.
The W. C. T. U. completed Its list
of otlicers Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Nellie Stlckley who was so
severely III for several days is now
Miss Jessie McCallum one ot the
State Fnlversity teachers is hero tho
guest of her brother R. W. McCallum.
Flunk Marsh and family departed
for their home in Bloomflcld. Nobr.,
after a two week's visit with relatives
l!ev. CS. W. Fool Sunday moinlng
and evening preached his last sermons
beloii'the annual eonlerenee which
meets at York September'-M.
Mis Feiguson who has spent sever
al months here with the Watt and Ely
families depaited the last of the week
for her home in Danville, Illinois.
t'ulligaii and Stanley's "Nashville
Students" a colored troupe of fourteen
men gave a show In (Juide Rock Mon
day to a very large auduieuce. They
present a varied and pleasiug enter
tainment and one surely gets the
worth of his admission money. They
are well educated and line manner.
Frank Newmeyer has spent a week
visiting at Carloton. Mis. , y
Parker tilled his place in the post otbee
and Miss Uael timber assisted Mrs.
Parker with the house keeping
A few Items from our Large Stock bf Dry Goods
Thai Water Problem
The water problem of our city still
remains unsettled after two proposit
ions hae been uselessly submitted
for a probable wasteful oxpondituio
of the tax payers funds in experiment
al extension work.
In Mondays Issue of the' Commercial
Advertiser we road a very interesting
article advocating the utill.ing of tho
Maurer springs in our water system.
During all theso years there has
beou an undercurrent of opinion favor
ablo to the Mauror springs proposit
ion. This undercurrent of opinion has
beou Meadlly growing and expanding
until now It has become the manifest
opinion of many of our most serious
ami thinking citizens. All summer
long In nearly every conversation con
cerning our water supply the Maurer
springs proposition has found an earn
est sincere but usually a timid advo
cate. Any man of experience will
readily tell you that bad tho Maurer
springs been located anywheie else
but at Red Cloud they would have
been iuinishinir the municipal water
supply for these many years.
Long, long ago this bountiful waste
of puio cool lefreshing water should
have been harnessed for out munici
pal water supply. It should hae
been dissolving the soap for the suds
in our laundries and dissohiug the
suds and cooling tho fevered brains of
our thirsty inhabitants.
Already enough money has been
spent In fruitless experimental at
tempts to secure a water supply to
have brought down tho sure supply
from Maurers springs two or three
times. And now for our city to spend
J0o0"drr 81800 mote itf experimenting
in that water, barren., locality, seems
preposterous. We have the rtssiTr&ucc
from a competent engineer that the
Maurer springs can be turned Into our
water system at a total cost of less
than SftOOO, Including a spacious rese
voir at this end and a thorough sani
tary protection at the springs.
Bro. Ilosmcr we are with you on the
I have accepted a position as Travelling Sales
man for a Wholesale Piano House, and am giv
en THIS WEEK ONLY in which to close out my
HIGH GRADE PIANOS
I f you wish to secure a REAL HARGAIN, don't wait anoth
er day. If you arc building, and arc not quite ready, the
piano can be stored where it is awhile. THINK OF BUY
ING PIANOS OF NATIONAL REPUTATION, such aa
CHICKERING BROTHERS, HAINES BROS., MAR
SHALL & WENDELL, WESER BROS., etc., at prices
like the following:
A $550 piano NEW for ONLY $375 00
A $450 NEW " " $295.00
A $400 " NEW " " $275.00
A $400 " (10 Months old) " " $225.00
A $375 " NEW " " $240.00
A $325 " NEW " " $225.00
An $800 PARLOR ELECTRIC PLAYER-PIANO, which
was ordered for the Chautauqua sale and just came in,
NOW UPON EXHIBITION ATTHE"LYRIC" THEAT
ER This piano plays 88 notes with music roll and will
play any picc6 of music as oi initially written for the piano.
IT PLAYS WITH EXPRESSION.... THIS IS THE ON
LY PLAYER OF ITS KIND EVER SEEN IN THIS
CITY.... A TRULY WONDERFUL INSTRUMENT....
YOU CAN PLAY IT BY HAND OR BY THE FOOT
PEDALS OR IJY ELECTRICITY ATTACHED TO,
ANY ELECTRIC LIGHT DROP.
NOTICE: -I go on the road Monday, Sent. 19th.
G. V. ARGABRIGHT
The most servicable wrap one
Our line of sweaters was selected with the most
care as to style, price and quality. Before buy
ing your sweater inspect our stock as we can
save you money.
Children's cotton sweaters 50c
" all wool sweaters in plain stitch 75
Misses all wool sweaters in fancy wave weave
$1.50 and $2.50.
Misses part wool sweaters at $1.50
Ladies sweater in plain and fancy weave from
$1.50 to $5.00.
Silk ! Silk ! ! Silk ! ! !
A new line of fall silks in all the Plaids in waist
lengths only one of a pattern at $1.00 a yard.
Fancy foulards 27 inches wide at $1 a yard.
Black guaranteed silk 36 in wide at $ 1 .00 to $ 1 .50 a yd
Poiu de Soie 36 inches wide at $1.50
tho $ WfmM
BdHraCft H Mama
sole Kh iflSKjitfdHH
Aboio wo rhow tho 1IU1WON owl tho "other"
-V, mroou iiuiuo om uoio mo aiaorcmu.
Ill hose I'm child! ell lmvo the best
grade at the price that money can buy
Children s double knee, heel and too
stocking at 12e
Fine drossy 1x1 lib hose, and at tho
same timo good wearing hose donblo
knee 3 thruad heel toe at lDo
Hotter grade- 'or Misses at 23c
Heavy grade for boys at 23e
A large line f new patent leather belts all red and all black also a nice line
of soft leather belts in navy blue, grey, tan and black.
PHONES; Rural M. Dell, Black 11.
A Trip to Inavale.
some of our townspeople, including
Mi and Mrs. F. L. Smith. C II. Uust
and family. It J. and Mrs skeen, fid
inutiil Feaui and fnmilj and IJldorund
Mrs. llussong and childien, .spent
midday and afternoon last Sunday in
a tiipto Inavale.
Inavale' What is in-n-valeV Na
ture's wealth in soil, stream and natur
al vegetation; civilization, rich Holds,
herds of stock and chickens in great
(locks; barns, graueries, great stacks
of hay, alfalfa and silo; but bettor
still prosperous business enterprises,
ooinfortable happy homes and schools
and the church All that nature can
bestow us agricultural resources, and
culture otlcr for mind and soul may
be had by otVorts along the lino ot
success in Inavale.
Our visitors enjoyed tho tide by
carnage which whetted the appetite
to keenness, and when they came upon
a host of christians assembled from
Dloomlngton, State lilne and Flunk
llnhnd Inavale, feasting in 'basket
dinner stylo' In the chinch park, thoy
woio soon feasted to satisfy. The
coutor of interest was the Clara Huzol
rigg evangelistic meetings in progress
at the Christian church.
This Chrlstly lady evangelist is a
great power In winning souls to
Christ. Singer Bid Smith of State
Tilnohasn largo enthusiastic chorus.
The meetings are woll attended and
many convorslonuuroioported. IJlder
TJurbridgo is In ohargo of flic church
and Is happy In tho present building
up of tho causo there.
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IT'S A GIFT
to know how to write 11 becoming epi
taph. It's an ait to know how to build
That art we possess. Wo invite in
spection of our designs.
Consult Me Before Buying.
Red Cloud Marble and
E. Mc A lister, Prmpriotw
Shops at Itr.u Ci.oi i and Ai.ma, Ni mi.
1 FAIR SERVICE
is the only kind that ko.s with some
, things. We mean of colli sc when
I von'l imlnir til fllne.
FARE AND SERVICE
at this restaurant iir. both finest in
the land. Sec our menu isn't it ap.
p.tlzlng ever in reading? It's best
though in the eating. Come In and
The Bon Ton Bakery and Restaurant
H. Neuerburg, Prop.
See the Chief Office before
.you get your sale bills printed
DR. E. A. THOMAS
Dr. T. A. Trumble, D. D. S.
Over Cotting's Drug Store.
nouns or Himvici: at cox(im:iA
llll)lo school 10 n. in.
I'rcuchliiK - - Il " "'
1'rcaclitiiK (.ervtccH 8 n. in.
l'rnycr niul Confertiico iiiccIIiik Wetlnc..
day at H p. lit.
A conllal Invitation Is oxttiulcil to all.
IU.V. A. A. Ciikssman I'astor.
Successor To Dr. J. S. I: WO
At the old stand over the
State Bank. Phonel3l .
THE Chicago Specialists!
Chronic and Serious Diseases, Only.
Rod Cloud, Royal Hotel
Consultation Free, in Geiman and
Friday, September 9th
iThe Chief $1.5.0.
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