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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1910)
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A Successful Merchant
i inn tictilnr about his tunic account
n just the sauifi principle that he is
articular about btijii g his goods
First Consideration Is Quality
an 1 bis next, the most for his money
In .safety and facility to tiunsaet lusi
ues we olfer the best in bank quality
while in courteous treatment nnil lie
eoinmodations we give the most liberal
returns to our eustoineis.
Interest Paid on Time Deposits
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.
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DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
Noon Block, Red Cloud
In Riverton every Monday
Go T School..
Now that tho fall work Is over, why
not take a course In Hustings Business
College'.' None better. Charges low.
No examination for entrance. Winter
term begins .lauuary 'J, Hill.
Mrs. .1. M. Roland is better again.
Hastings Miiuer is feeling quite
I Mrs. Robert Harrison is much ini
Little Cleora (Merblad has been
! quite ill.
Harvey Milner spent Sunday iu
Mrs, Geo. ltrittoii ami several other
members of the Schttltz family spent
Sunday at Wm. St'.liult.'d. east of
Bee C'lirisinun i- ill at th
bis father, . I. I). I'hrisynan.
' Mis. Uosaltho Ayer was iq from
I M wick thcl!rt ol llie week.
Mis. Milner had as u guest her
trend Mrs Williams of. Host wick.
it l Olavbaugh and wife are the
piond parent's of a boy born Satur
Dee. t'.t a son was burn to Lee Simp
sou and wife, weight leu and one-half
Mi. and. Mrs. Sehcrlmoher received
'a line new son at their home last
Miss l'.iinlec Vanee and Miss Alice
Fowler spent Monday evening with
Mrs. li. W. Hoover.
(irandma Montgomery, who is till
years old, was quite ill for several
days, but is reported better.
Kefler Coplcii of lied Cloud was a
Sunday guest of his relatives. Wel
lington Richard and family.
Mrs Conlcy returned Monday to
White Cloud, Kan., after a two weeks
visit here with her sister. Mrs. Frank
Mrs. Katie Million is visiting her
parents. Win. ItyUer and wife. Two
little sons accompany her. Their home
is in Missouri.
Miss K.dna Watt was given a party
Monday evening iu honor of her
birthday, which occurred Sunday.
She was presented with a handsome
cut-glass dish. Flinch and guessing
games were played and dainty re
froshment.s were served
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DKCEMHHK titi. 1910.
Before buying your Christmas presents give us a call have a
large line of the following goods Baby caps in silk and Bear
skin, Suede gloves with silk lining, Kid gloves, Back combs,
Towels, Sweaters, Ready made dresses for Misses and child
ren, Shirt waists. Have given the prices of a few items below.
.(eiugn F. Hunt and family were
over from llurr ,ik Suuda.x . returning
Monday. The. visited at the hninesnf
W. h. Lambert and Fred Walt.
$rs. Stanley Woodward went Mnn'
day to Kingfisher, Oklahoma, to visit
ho)j parents. Wilfred Dean and wife.
llJr uncle, Matt Dean. Went also.
.Two llurr Oak boys. Patrick O'llryan
And Hubert llarklcy, came over in
their auto one day the last of the
week. They called mi J.K. (lleason
Mrs. Cross Is liere visiting her chil
dren. Mrs. K. M. Parker and Armour
Cross She has just returned from
spending several weeks with a sister
I Jew N. A. Martin, superintendent
of the Hastings district, preached
morning and evening at the Methodist
church Sunday. Communion service
was observed iu the morning.
The newly elected and appointed
oftlecrs of the Degree of Honor lodge
are: P. C or II.. Mrs. Mary K Potidnn;
C. of II., Mrs. Clara Parker: li. of II.,
Mrs. Mary K. Hughe: C. of C Mss
Maggie Woodward: Recording Finan
cier, Miss Kiln V. Van Woert; He
celver. Mrs. Ida F. Hayes; Usher, Miss
Geneva Robinson; Assistant Fsher,
Mrs. Isabel Wirt-; I. W., Miss Amanda
Ohnibtede; O. W., Miss Etilo Howard;
OrganiHt, Mrs. Blanche Trost; Trustee
(three years). Mrs. Anna L. Crary;
Medical Examiners, Dr. .1. W. Robin
son, Dr. H. S. Reed; Advisors, Mrs.
Mary Lambert, Mrs. M. Idella Watt;
Maids of Honor, Miss Carrie llagan,
M;t Lotiisn Massingor; Team Captain..
Miss El.ora Hcndrlckson; Team Or
ganist, Mrs. Clara L. Van Horn
LINEUP REMAINS IliE Him.
I of t.wo-jour-ohl .steers Co delermlno
... ., , ; , , . , ! "'hat types are most profitable to feed
Mecrs Rr.-Ell:tr.l lint! Eiltl lOKnS and whether or not there are external
.Slny In Lcn&lin. indications which denote fcc'dlng
j capacity. This bulletin contains a
II siimii. N'eb., Dee pi. The N'e-
i braska State baseball league, at its an
nual meeting hern yesterday and last
night, stood pat by reelecting Henry
Sievers of CSraud Island to the presi
dency and preserving its I'.MO circuit I
intact for another season. Other!
towns were btildimr fur ftji n, !!..... I
targe number of Illustrations of ani
mals. It may be obtained free by
residents of t he State upon writing to
the Nebraska Hvpcrimcnt Station,
Lincoln, Nobr. r
John F, Yotini
chlst-s, i.iisi Saiiiriliiv u-nnl Jwhl
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i.HHuuu juiiiriee neiiig anxious to K.,.,. ,m, j,),,,
laKo memiiersliip, hut none
Lace tiiined handkerchlefK in sheer Irish lawn at
Embroidery edged hdkfs at '0, 20c.
Dainty colored border hdkfs at 20, GOc.
Dainty llnon hdkfs in embroidery or lace edge GOc
Have a large line in plain or cross bar with erab,
design in corner at Gc, 10c and lGc.
Ladies or Gents Initial Handkerchiefs at ... . I2c.
Our btock of Table Linens is not the largest but
what wo have was selected with great care so wc
did not neglect quality or prico. Look our htock
ovor before buying as we can save you money on
jour table linen nnd nothing is nicer for n Christ
ians present than a nice table cloth or nnpklup.
Silks! Silks!! Silks!!!
Nothing is more usoful or mdre serviceable for a
Christmas present than a b'ilk dress or waist.
A good weight all silk black taffeta 3(5 inches wldo
full guaranteed at SI, better and heavier grado at
Fancy silk 27 inchop wide In waist patterns only
at $1.00 a yd.
What can be more useful than a fancy silk!
scarf. Have a large line in Persian all over
design or in, fancy border with plain centers
from 1.00 to $2.25 each.
For a nice hand bag look our Iineover. We
can save you money on hand bags.
Black grain, good linning at 50c.
All leather, leather lined with card case, coin
purse from 1 .25 to $3.00.
Fine weather for this time of the
The hum of the Fisher Jt. Carter
thrasher machine is Hearing the state
Lou M unger and Sam .loues traded
an o'possum for a stove and now they
haven't anything to cook on it.
John Rawl left forLoveland, Kansas
Friday night and wc understand he is
to bring home a cook. Congratulations
Clyde Uowen has rented the Dosbv
place where T. W. WhUcMlvcs. It, k
quite an under taking for a lmtckclor.
The children met at Erma dlawklns
on Sunday aftornoon to practice for
their exercises on Friday "night, the
fluy Barnes and Roy Itobbips butch
ered on Friday. Any one wishing help
in their line of buslnoss will do well
to call up number seven wind mill row.
All work guaranteed.
Our line of collars are the prettiest for tl
prices that could be bought.
Linen Embroiderery collars 1 5c. k
Lace in stock or Dutch collars from 20 to 75c
Wc aro having tine weather since
the snow has gone.
Mr. and Mrs, Andrew King
Sunday at her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rasser
Sunday at her parents.
Tho Amboy Milling Co., is building
a new cement Ice house.
Mr and Mrs. Couuio Katser Sun
dayed nt John Hnleomb'.s.
Mr. and Mrs IJaunie Zachery spent
Sunday at John Saladcn's.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Prisble and
sou Sundayod at 1. Frisbics.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Harris and Mr.
'and Mi'i). ClarCox Suudayed at Charlie
Mr. Sylvester .Sherman and sou of
Iowa, a brother-in-law of Mrs. Charlie
Rasser arc visiting them.
Mat Dean left Monday for Olchw
homa, Mat Doylo is staying with
Mrs. Dean while he is gone.
Artie Rasser is shucking corn for
Sam lleaton. His brother Carl sprain
ed his wrist so ho took his place.
PHONES: Rural oil. Hell, Black 41.
Open evenings till Xmas,
eight now holding membership dis
closed any disposition to retire from
the game and the league will Inaugur
ate the campaign of l!UI with pros
pects pointing toward a more success
ful season than in t'.UU.
The league dccldud that the I'.Ml
schedule should consist of 1 12 games,
the campaign beginning on May 12
and ending September 12. Each club
will make three trips around tho cir
cuit, playing two games on tho llrst
trip and three on tho two subsequent
trips. The receipts on July I arp to
bo pooled and divided equally between
the eight qlubs.
Following the reelection of Mr. Sie
vers as president, secretary and treas
urer, the roster was made complete by
the choloc of Frank Cowden of Red
Cloud as vice president, while tho fol
lowing were made directors; S. (..
Itabcock, Hastings; A. ,7. Polloejk, Co
lumbus, and Robert Phelps, Superior.
The proposition to ralBo the salary
limit was voted down after a pro
longed discussion, and a resolution
was adopted requiring all clubs to de
posit their forfeit money with Prenl
dent Slovms prior to March 1.
From the above it will be seen that
baso ball Is an assured thing for next
year. And the next soason promises
to be ovflii better than last season.
Our club will of course keep all the
strong1 players and strengthen tho
team by letting the poor ones go and
substituting better material. The Red
Cloud club. Is very enthusiastic over
the prospects for the coming soason
nnd will undoubtedly carry oir the
Immediately after the close of the
season this year there was a disposition
bn the part of some to discontinue tho
baso ball activities but all things con
sidered this city should not only keep
In the league next year but for all
time to come. First or nil we as a city
offer nothing iu the way of entertain-
tnent except base ball and there is a
strong sentiment for the game by
fanners and, others who do their trad
ing bore. Our business men realize
that something muse be offered by the
city in the way of pleasure to the
people who are kind enough to spend
thoir money with them.
Another thing many of the draw
backs to the game last year will bo
eliminated this next year. The league'
was just organized, the ollluers were
inexperienced In base ball manage
ment and many mistakes wore made
Likewise our home management had a
good many things to learn nnd were
now at the buslnoRs. The experience
of this llrst season will be valuable
and wc look for tho uext season to
run along without any friction. Tho
teams will travel iu a regular circuit
playing three games iu a place and
this will make a wonderful difference
in the expenses. Everybody boost for
Red Cloud nnd the l'.Hl pennant.
Economical Beef Production.
itiiueiiii no, onuueu "economical i
.. . . . . '
neoi rrouuetion" mis just been issued
by tho Nebraska Experiment Station.
Part 1 deals with rations. A compari
son is made of the value of linseed-
meal, cottoubeed-mcal, and wheat bran
ere unit John F. Uiutig had been
, round dead beside a haystack on. his
farm a few miles south of this city.
I Upon investigation it was found that
ne nan passed quietly into the great
beyond on account of heart failure.
For several years past he has suffered
with a weak heart and this finally re
, suited iu his death
John F. Voting was bom iu Clarion
county. Pennsylvania, April I, 18(!7,
and died at his homo Dec. 17, ItllO, at
the ago of 411 years, 7 months, III days.
The deceased came west with ills pa
rents in 1871 and resided In this com.
inunity until his death. He was a
member of the Salem, Kansas lodge of
Odd Fellows and an actlvo worker in
that organization. The funeral ser
vices wcro conducted iu the lllghlaud
M. E. church and Interment made in
the Webb cemetery.
Ask your dealer for a
SA Blanket. They are
known the world over 09
the best and strongest, and
the loncest-wearing blank
ets made. Look for the 5 A
Hur SA Mai Girth for lb StibU.
Huy t OA Dquirc lur ids an..,.
Wc Sell Them
fRemembtr that Ibuy all my
as protein supplements to corn when , Blankets direct from the factory, no
the roughage consists of prairie hay i 'r ii i
and when it consists of corn-stover 'oberS profits added to my price,
(stalks). Tho use of alfalfa asa source ' Duck Blankets wool lined 1.50
of protein when made, a part of tholanc up to $3,00. Square Wool
roughngo Is included in tliu series of i f . --. tf (r
tests. Results aro also given on three j ,rom ' -U UP to PO-UO.
experiments to iieiernnuc the most
economical proportion of corn to nlf-1
alfa lu beef production. Part II deuls
Rod Cloud. Neb,
The chief $1.50 :rr
tho animal. Separate
kept on a large number'
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