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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1910)
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:ios lo our depositors and every
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Webster County Bank,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
F. Mizer, President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
B. F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm.
(Bliner Kent was on wind mill row'
jen Muiiijer was a pleasant culler
JfatMaiiley Hros. Sunday.
r iny I'avia itiiu luiuuy unwed on r reii
jfebmith at Inavale last Sunday.
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'Guy Barnos shucked his pumpkins
3aturday and he feels better now.
'. Louis Mauley and family went. over
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to rivo- o aeo uia new inrm aunaartr
T. W. White wont west last week to'
ok at the country and have ,i ,gpoa
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uoi. Wiggins went to Attcansfts CltT
one day last week and will be gono
for some time. ,
Man ley Bros, found their six Head of
ateers that got lost and they think it
pays to advertise. Bat now they are
looking for some one to pay the re
A TtxxkT IfotYie VvrYY Mir T omo Qfrrlr
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"! SilkTi 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
A large line of new patent leather belts all red and
of soft leather belts in navy blue, grey,
M. Crabill, Wm. H. Thomas,
Alfied and 1'elo Mauley and Will
fisher attended the Odd Fellow lodge
at Bed Cloud Monday night.
The fine weather .still continues and
most of the fanners are wishing it
would frost so the corn would ripen
so it would do to shuck.
.HarryKced was down from franklin
Sunday. . . . ' '
a Milo Powell-atherjand alitor are.
1 Mrs.'ButbarrtlUeaiTialtod SanJay;
witlt h'er'broln'eVjoJ Ourneyand wife1.
Mrs. Siiin"oiiveU ls"n Illinois1
wherft she WasVaUed to'thd'cleath bed
of her rnothbr. , - "
Mr. and, Mrs. C. A. Waldo are the
proud parents of a baby girl born
Monday, Oct. 17th.
PHONES: Rural 53. Bell, Black 41.
A Rfiwhiinr That S1k..v Ihv. "hs Fiftv-twa
v 's KiuiiU l'hiiiuoy of
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I' 'iv.ii I l)is!ey .loiiila .
1 iius lluntiT (Mine in fioiu the west
smniiy inoinliig liringing with liim
four h 1 mil i'il head of cattle.
Mr and Mis. IMeriek Koehuel or
Ulooinlngton, Xebr.. spout Satuiday
with their son Frank Koolnicl.
i: .1 Hurkett, fnitcd States Senator
of Nebraska will speak in Inavale,
Thursday, Oct. 120th. at 11 a. in.
Mrs. IM KlovenofCulbertson, Nebr.,
spent Friday and Saturday at the
home of her uncle Geo. Matkiu.
Mrs. Wickwiro spent a few duy of
last weok here with her children Mr.
Clyde Wickwire and Mrs. Moris Groat.
A Medicine That Docs Not Cost Any
thing Unless It Cures
The active medicinal iugtcdicuts of
Ke.nll Orderlies, which aie o.ulorless,
tasteless and colorloss, is an entliely
new discovery. Combined with other
etiemely valuable ingiedlcnts, it
tonus a perfect bowel legulator, in
testinal invlgorator and strengthenei'.
Kcxall Ordei lies are eaten like candy
and are notable for their agreeable
uess to the palate and gentlcuss of
action. They do not cause griping or
any dlsagrecablo effect or inconven
ience. Uulike other preparations for a like
nn'.'nnmi i'liiw ilnnnh nranfn a Via lilts
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but instead .they overcome the caus,lfr4i ii. i.j 5j,L-.. .
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or habit acquired tnrougn the use .qr
ordinary laxatles, cathartics and
harsh'pbysic, and permanently, rcmpVi
the oauso of, constipation pr irregular
boyfell aotlopi, ',
We wjill refund your money without
argument if they do not doas we say.
they wilt.' Two (sizesr 25c. and loo.
Sold only at our. store The Rexall
Store. The II. E. Orico Drug Co.
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or 1 too
Aboro we how the HCIlHONand th.,oher"
V iiuuoa luia cui-noie iov (uoereace.
In hose for children liavo the best
grade at tho price thatmoneycanbuy
Children's double knee, heel and too
stocking at 12e
Fine dressy lxl rib hose, and at tho
same timo good wearing hoso doublo
knee 3 thread heel toe at lDc
Better grado for Misses at 25c
Heavy grado for boys at 25c
all black also a nice line
tan and black.
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EURASlvA, OCTOISI211 20.
Second Test of Springs.
Acting up hi cur nun mix ice of last
week wo again took I he tumble to
have a second lest made uf the Miiurer
springs in older to see if theio was
any chaiigo in the How This I line
there weto members ol theenuiieil and
others jueseut to see the test miidu.
This figures will be found in the estl
mate as given by Superintendent Rich.
The water is unquestionably theie and
thoso who have observed the springs
for tho last thirty years inform us
that as far as could bo told by the eye
the How has always remained constant.
Hero is the estimate as given by Sup
I'siimaii: or Cost
Protecting tree spring S 100.00
Proteotiiig fenced spring SQu.fli)
JOT)0 ft 8 in tile r.o b Ited Cloud C.'Jo.OO
UlTiO ft (5 in tile f.o.b Ued Cloud :ISI5.00
Distributing pipe O.'i.dd
Ditching and iclllling f'lln.oo
Laying and cementing...
Purchase price ot
Surveyed head KBdcg
Eifcctive head (allowing for
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i"attlirfi Tirniininn In nnnniln 14 7
Tolttl tworatrm head atfAInsk- ' W
which pump8.6hould'6per-'' -' "'
ate in. feet . '...'. -. I :'i6V
Resulting static pre8Wre:atJ
power bouse in pound's:";.'. . '45 '
Percentage spring pressure .12.0
Present consumption coal per
day approximately In pounds J2000
Price per ton $0.35
Saving per day using springs... 8 1.09
Now in order that there may be the
fullest understanding and oonfldoncc
we believe that it is the duty of the
clty.'OQuucll to secure a- competent
engineer to vorify or disprove the find
ings of the above estimate. The citi
zens of Red Cloud are undoubtedly in
favor of having good water and tho
public sentiment is strongly In favor
of tho springs but this water problem
has arrived at the point where abso
lute knowledgo is iudespcnsible to the
carrying out of the present proposit
ion. We strongly favor having an out
side engineer go over the estimate
and conditions, give his findings im
partially and then we believe that it
would bo for the best interest of the
city to have the council adopt plans
and specifications and ask for bids. If
it were found that a contractor wero
willing to enter into an agrcemont to
construct tho pipe line and do all tho
labor for a given sum of money and
that sum fell within the bounds of our
available funds then thero would bo
no question but what tho bonds would
be voted. Tbore would be no valid
objection so .long as overybody had
full knowledge of all, the facts.
The question of individual beliefs
or assurances must be relegated to tho
rear and nothing but hard facts back
ed up by a contract will satisfy the
peoplo who pay tho taxes. The tax
payers are perfectly willing to foot
the bills provided they can get tho
worth of their money. As wo have ex
pressed before so weioxpress again our
utmost con fid eii co in our city olllclals
and their ability to successfully handlo
this prosent undertaking yot wo want
them to presont.tho facts fairly and
squarely so that all may know just
what they are doing,
Thero is another side .to this quest
ion and that is tho ono of time. Wo
do not believo in rushing a new idea
thru without careful, serious consider
ation but nolthor do we favor un
necessary delays. It will tako several
months at leabt boforc this question
can bo presented to tho voters for
their judgement during which, timo
there will be amnio opportunity for
I (he fullest discussion so that a begin
ning snouia oo mauo hi onco. xno
time, to strike is while the iron is hot.
We believe that time is now. i Wo seem
.o bo. united on this one .undertaking
Jetlfbd pushed to a successful con
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The above Is allkeuess'of the pres
ent Ornnil Tncrh-nf'fV'TnAAVi.nVit
Order oT Odd PellUv of ' lib state of
Nebraska and' wil bei'PeebgrjftieYl a'
ojiY toWrrtniaii Paul Stontf. 'Inlookln
about for a man' that would,-lead; in
th-pttyrfeB's' vVhfcl pdd, Fellowship, $
making in Nebraska jtbejeadersof
that Organisation recognized in Mr
Storey the Ideal leader and'hejr elevat
ed him' to the highest .otilcV in. the
state. Red Cloud appreoltes tho lionor
conferred upon 'her and informs the
sister cities of, Jfcjbroikathat their
oonuuonoc in Mr. atorey nas not been
misplaced. , l f vf
Mr. Storey wan born in Oconomowoc,
Wisconsin in the vear 187,0 and .camo
to Webster county wheu ho" was, seven
years old. In 1890 he associated him
self with the clothing firm'pf Ualusha
and Woscott rapidly worked his way
up and soon became a partner in tho
company. Six years ago ho purchased
the intorests of his partners and since
that time he has conducted the cloth
ing business alone. lie has made
many friends in his business dealings
and enjoys an excellent patronage.
He joined the Independent Order of
Odd Fellowship on February 18th,
1901 and from the tlrst was an en
thusiastic worker in that organization.
Its principles and ideals appealed
strongly to his iutermost conscious
ness ami he f rcoly gave his time to tho
upbuilding of tho local lodge with
which ho had associated himself. In
duo course of time ho was eleoted to
all the offices of tho subordnato lodgo
For Tailor made Suits and
Overcoats we can fit you
out in the up-to-date fall
and winter clothes.
Clothes cleaned, pressed
Opposite the Post Office
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each and'alt'of which he filled to the
erodlt of hlmiolf and thVorder.'' SI
yeara-agohrf becatf eV Jii'elnbeV ;&- ? "
(GrandrfodgBiof, tyMkaVnd' Wsrat "i0',- ""
Veiiort regujajor the sessions .of that
body..,,UerWt'rVli'waVo&irei J Vi v
pognljod and the iranomehCbbgdi
again. Prom the first aDnolntlve office.
to the hlgheil'optlvejofflao'hls' prdg- ' "
ress fiasbeen continuous tKaehpbfti" , t
ion receivea painitaUlng care and. H?
was his ambition to do .whatever- was,
at hand to the best of his ability.
lib enthusiasm for tho work of (be
order, his persistence, his liberal mind
cdnes's aUper-enllnehtly 'fit' hlm'for
tho high office to which ho has been
elected. When asked what he thpught
of the future of tho order he expressed
unbounded confidence in that institut
ion and said that with its wonderful
record of the past 88 years the order
could not help but go forward to great
er achievements. Tho very character
of the Institution is progressive and it
meets new conditions as they arrive
with that spirit of broadmlndedncss
and univorcality which commends it
telfto thoughtful men who aro in
terested in tho well fare of their fellow
mcu,. He praised the undertaking of
the Nebraska Odd Fellow's Orphans
Home and pledged his support of that
institution From his stand point Ne
braska Odd Fellowship can't help but
advance in membership, improvement
and brotherly lovo, All hall to our
townsman, Paul Storey, Grand Master
of the state of Nebraska.
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