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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 6, 1911)
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In the Banking Business
there Is nothing that is stronger than
a good mime. If it is the business man
who requests an accommodation at his
hunk, the flrst question N. "does ho
boar a good name'.'" When
We Bollclt Your Account
your first thought is, "has this lin- h
good name?" and we are proud of Mn
fact that the answer mu9t be "yes," us
we have made a reputation for coin
tesy und. carefulness second to none.
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,
S. R. Florance.
omebody ask Jack Waller if he ever
played base ball.
Mr. MeBrlde is having his house
plastered this week.
Ed Koon is having a barn built on
ills lots north of town.
Nick Thomas shipped two cars of
cuttle to St. Joe Wednesday.
Will Deakln cume in from Omaha
.Monday morning to spend the 4th at
Curt Blanch has His parents here
visiting him from Jamestown. Vir
ginia. Lew Vance and wife of Hustings
were visiting relatives in this vicinity
S. P. Stark of Norman, Nebr., is
now running the Koehler Co., elevator.
There is quite a little of this wheat
being dumped onto the market
I. NEWHOISE, Dry Goods
Ladies' White Skirts with three rows lace
insertion and lace edge, $1.00, $2.00, $3.25
Ladies low neck Nightdress, with 2 jk -J ff
rows insertion and lace edge in neck, K I fill
3 rows ins'n in sleeve, sleeve lace-edge H -'
Ladies' Nightdresses with 3 rows emb. in-d 1 AA
sertionin yoke, yoke edged with emb., atP JJ
Ladies' extra large Nightdresses, insertion j 1 AA
in yoke and embroidery edge, at - - P I vU
All three numbers are bargains at these prices
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns
TELEPHONES: Independent, 53; Bell, black 41.
Wm. H. Thomas,
Millard Scott of Lincoln came home
to spend the Fourth with his relatives
Dwight Johnson of the firm of Full
er & Johnson went to Lincoln Tuesday
Earl Paul of Holyoke, Colo., in mak
ing a short risit with his parents. Mr.
Mrs. Carrie Berry of Bailevville,
Kas., is here visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Morse. "
E. R. Hnnifleld, who lives north of
Cowles had the misfortune of loosing
a fine horse last week.
Wallace Vaueo, our mail carrier for
this part of the country hascommuueed
building a new house in the east part
Cowles was defeated in its ball game
with Guide Uoek at Red Cloud on the
lth by a scoro of L' to .V I guess it was
With 6-inch em
and cluster of two
Misses' Muslin Drawers
Misses' Muslin Drawers, 2 tucks with 1 -inch
embroidery, sizes 8 to 12, at 25c
A NewsNPer That Gives The News Flftytwi Weeks Each Year Fsr Sf .50
RED CLOUD, U EBBASKA, ,1 UL Y (J, 1911.
Henry Brubaker had some cement
steps put in front of his house this
week. They look Hue.
The Cowles people were well repre
sented at Itcd Cloud the Fourth. They
all report an excellent time.
Red Cloud Celebrates
Largest Crowd in History of
Bed Cloud's much advertised 4th
passed oir very successfully without
the least friction in any quarter.
Fully six thousand people attended
the celebration and notwithstanding
the Intense heat mid dry weather
everybody appeared cheerful and
happy. Many visitors to the city
spoke highest compliments for the
manner in which the committee amus
ed and entertained the throng.
Much praiic and credit is due to the
city officers and the various commit
tees for the inanuer in which each exe
cuted his part und the harmony of all.
Mayor Foe displayed his excellent
judgment by roping off Main street at
:trd and fith avenue and two blocks of
4th avenue and also by suppressing
the, shooting of fire crackers therein.
While tills order worked as a hard
ship on a few it worked as a complete
protection to the many and the crowd
surged to and fro without tlio least
danger from teams or automobiles.
F. W. Cowden,.Chuirmnu of the
citizens committee displayed an ex
cellent quality of energy and executive
ability, and his efforts met with re
spouse and success on every corner.
All the committees were well organ
ized and faithful.
J. D. Crans very successfully man
aged the sports, and Clark Stevens
superintended the horse shoe contest
With hemstitched ruffle, sizes
frnm ? in R nt - . 1 r-
w... mm v w, M. mfSm
With embroidery ruffle, ages
from 2 to 1 2, at - - 25c
Made of a good
grade of Black Sat
een, ages from 2 to
Hon. ,1. S. (illham presided with
dignity over the program In the Court
House park. Kov Tompkins was the
orator of the day.
The parade was pulled off on sched
uled tlino at 1:30. The hand followed
by one hundred red, white and blue
umbrellas and these bv upwards of
fifty decorated automobiles made a
very interesting parade. Miss Julia
Poluicky of Batln township took first
prize for decorated automobile, S. B.
Johnson of Blue Kill, second itud
James Itride of Cowles third
The ball game between Cowlek and
Guide Hock was witnessed by about
1500 people. It was a good game
from start to finish and was won by
Guide' Bock by a scoro of ,'J to 2.
The race progrniu was well patron
ized by numerous entrymen. The
following are the winners:
50 vard race: Wm MessingerGuide
Rock, 1st, Vint Johnston Ued Cloud.
Suck race: Wm. .Messluger Guide
Rock, 1st, Boyd Aiiiburson Superior,
Fat man's race: Clias. Snyder, North
Branch, Kas., 1st.
Boys' race: Dennis McCartney 1st.
Russel Jones 2nd.
Horse race, U mile; Jno. Doyle 1st,
McCouuell, (Julde Rock, 2nd.
Pony race: Jno. Doyle 1st, McCon
nell, (iulde Bock, '.'ml.
The three free entertainments on
the streets banished the monotony of
the.day. Kach company had an ex
cellent act and interested the crowd
iu Une shape." The electrical display
also drew out much favorable com
ment Red Cloud's celebration was a sane
and safe fourth operated along origin
al but successful lines.
Acceptance of Conftreftational Church
Believing that the church should oc
cupy the largest possible place in the
social and amusement life of the com
munity and believing that It will en
hance the fraternal spirit between our
men, therefore we take this oppor.
tunity to accept the challenge for a
ball game between the Methodist ami
Congregational men of (led Cloud date
and plans to be made us per their
suggestion, by a committee from each
Committee of M. K. Men.
Weather Summary for June 1911
Temperature: Maximum lO.'lou Htli,
minimum 18 on Kith. Greatest dally
range !." on ','1. .Six days the temper
ature was 100 degrees and above.
Precipitation: Total ','.2.1 inches
Greatest iu 'J I hours 1.1.'. inches on 21,
days with .01 inch or more (1. Days
clear 27, partly cloudy 2, cloudy 1.
Thunderstorms on fi, 10, "Jl, 20, some
hail on 21th, Prevailing wind direct
ion south !' days.
This year's wheat crop was grown
with 12 07 inches inches of moisture.
Precipitation since April 1,5.01 inch
es. ClIAS. S. hl'IM.OW.
The Chautauqua Program This Year
2 Illustrated Lectures.
0-1000 feet Moving Picture Films.
Kach afternoon program consists of
two parts and each ovcnlng program
of four parts forty eight separate
programs for the price of a season
Season tickets will be on sale with
all Red Cloud merchants. Prices
Adults 82.00, Children 81.00. Tickets
ure transferable, children under seven
years of age free over 1 1 years of age
require adult tickets.
Files Fear Electric Fai
Practically the only thing a lly (or a
moscpiito) is afraid of is an electric
fun. Why this little post should fear
the whirling fan Is a mystery. Per
haps It does not like the sullen hum of
the motor, or is afraid of being sucked
into the whirling blades or finds the
I The Retailer in any line of business
should stand for the interests of his
customers. In the long run, it is on
them HE must depend.
I It is because we know this that we
have always handled the BEST goods
in every line, and only such as would
merit our guarantee of
"SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK"
E. H. NEWHOUSE, Prop.
C. al. A Q. Watch Inspectors.
stiff breeze uncomfortable.
An electric fan will keep flies olf
from windows, show cases, candy and
food stuff exposed for sale, or from
vegetables, if allowed to play over the
place or wares to be protected. More
than one merchant has found the
electric fan invaluable to keep Hies
out of the store. By placing a fan
near the main entrance, so that the
air current Hows towards the door
way, very few flies will enter Hies
take little comfort in a room where an
electric fan Is iu operation.
Aside from keeping the rooms cool
and sweet the electric fan is very
valuable to drive away Hies. This
deadliest of all household tests likes
stagnant air, hot and stuffy rooms and
is not found at all where the air Is
pure, clean and vigorously stirring.
EARLY CULTURE IN MEXICO!
Existence of Highly Civilized Prehis
torlc People There Revealed by
Antique Pleasure Garden.
That an unknown, highly cultured
people, of whom neither history, tra
'ditlon nor legend has preserved any
record, flourished In or near the Val
ley of Mexico and enjoyed spiced cho
colate and aromatic beverages from
transplanted tropical fruits grown by
them In a roarvelously built garden at
Oaxtcpec from 1,500 to 2,000 years ago
Is the latest theory of Gulllermo Tel
loz regarding tho recently discovered,
garden of Montezuma, ;
Mr. Tcllej! applied to tho department
of public Instruction for a special per
mit to make explorations In tho gar-j
den. He states that concerning twen
ty-one successive caciques on tho landj
with codices In possession of tho Na-:
tlonal MiiHoum has led him to bellove.
that the garden has great antiquity. .
He has been devoting a largo part of
four yoars to studying tho planta(
found there. Through tho Inscription
jho has been able to glean historical;
data concerning twenty-one auccesslvej
caciques. Tropical trees, flowers and
jfrulti ware transplanted from the lath-,
mus of Thuantepec and Central Amor-,
lea to this garden, and there wer,
row cocoas, vanlla, parota, yolloxo-chid,-
meeaxpchltl and another rare
flower,' which gives off Us odor In the
- Theaa plants and their friends were,
Ingredients of the delicious chocolates,
Which were the favorite beverages of,
the Astec lords when Cortes arrived,
The garden was visited by Acamaplxle,
and llhulcamlna, the second named ba
lng Identical with Montetuma. It Is
'claimed that Montezuma llhulcamlna,
appropriated this beautiful garden tnl
Jils porsonal royal uses' and pleasure,
r Mexican Herald.
Jewelers and Optometrists.
Dead Letter List
List of letters remaining uncalled
for iu this ofllce for the week ending
Mrs. I. D. Jones. Clyde Leedhain,
Fred Lewis, Sidney (. Beesc.
These letters will he sontto t lie dead
letter ofllce July 14, Hill If not deliv
ered before, in calling for the above
please say '"Advertised," giving date
of list. T. C. IIackimi, P. M.2
Real Estate Transfers.
Transfers reported by the Fort Ab
stract Co. for the week ending Wed
nesday, July 5, Hill.
(!:. K. Haas to M. M. Mapel, lots
1 and 5, Blk. It, Blue Hill, wd 475
James McBrlde to Hoit &. lloren,
lots 8, 9, 10, Blk. l.'J, Cowles, wd 00
Porter B. Bale to A. C. Hale, pt
se 'J5.2-1S, wd r.M)0
C. B. Perkins, Trustee to Mary
Mortgages lllcd, S270O.WV
Mortgages released, l.'UST.
READ THE CHIEF
FOR ALL THE
I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday Night. D. ffri i
Jarbor, N. O. O. C. Teel. Clerk.
Ham; -b &
For Sale !jft
John Yost HK
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