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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 13, 1911)
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No man .-.l. lor more. Mote
could not be asked if you used
Fine Flavoring Extracts
K Just tin' llim fr flavoring sum
mer delicacies and thiintv des
Ye are nuntifaclurcrs of Va
nilla and L"inon MstiMcls. You
buy hrsr hand. We guarantee
the puritv tefults guarantee the
truth of our claim. When you
think of cooking, think of our
KINE FLAVORING EX
TRACTS and the fine pastry
and desseit you may enjoy
through their use.
In ho! tie for 1 0c and up.
Chas. L. Cotting
: LOCALETTES a
(Jood Hammocks tit Cotting's.
Hernatd Fruit was in Superior Mon
day. Dr. Cunningham. Dentist, overstate
Prof. J. K. Dctv. was in Superior
Art MenleW-olui wasMn (Juide Rock
O. C Ted was in llildreth Monday
W. A. Wiley was down from Hast
E. t'. Overman was in Hastings l'ii
duv on business
Mis. C. V. Cross was a passenger
C .1. Platl ami wife have gone
Colorado for an outing'.
Have your pieture f tamed at Sloss'
Ik'st selection in town.
Nothing like White l.tmf Hour for
making the bestbiead.
Rernard McN'etiy was in lilooiuing
ton Tuesday on business.
C. V. Way was down from Hastings
Saturday transacting business.
Bernard McNeny was in Supeiior
Monday on professional business.
Miss lone Albright departed for St.
Paul. Minn., for four weeks vacation.
Dr. Cunningham Dentist, over State
The Miner ltros. Co., store has just
i.eceived a new up-to-date line of hair
Miss (irace Kinsel left Monday for
Lincoln for a few days plensine at the
Mrs. A. E. Atkins ami ehildren left
Friday for (ioneva for a tlsit with
Sutislled customers nro good ones.
All who use A tn bo i White l.oaf Hour
Mr. and Mrs. lirant Christy of ober
lilt, Kan., nro guests oT his sister,
Mrs. A. C. Slaby.
(lertrude ami Nellio Stevens of
Smith tenter. Kits., are visiting friemls
in town this week.
The Diamond Eleetrl.e, Vaeiim eleiiu
or demonstrated in jour home tree.
Call Phono lied UT.
A new cement omvwalk is being
laid at the intersection of Sixth ave
nue and Webster street.
Mr. and Mrs. IM MeAlister are the
pioud parents ot a baby girl whieh
was born Saturday evening.
Found A old headed hatpin. The
owner can nave sume by proving prop
erty and paying for this notice.
The Red Cloud ball team went to
blue Hill Wednesday via auto to cross
bnts with the team at that place.
Wall paper, paint, varnish, mould
ing, painting and papering contact
ed. Sloss, the Wnfl Paper Man.
The llnest lino and best assortment
of Harness ever carried before. Call
and look It over.- .Moiut.uti Biios.
Farms listed on straight commission
basis, Land list liberally advertised,
D.x (lAiciii'.t: Ccmi'.vnv, Chief otlloe.
11, M. lleatty and son
and son for (ioneral ,
lUaoksmitliing, Wagon Work, Horse
shoeing a specialty. At Day s old shop.
J)r. Cuuningliam, Dentist, overstate
Farm Uans, 1 "' "KTni ready to
muke farm loans at the lowest rate
and best terms. 1 am Bole aent for
Trevett, Mattis .v Baker. Some pri
.1. H. Bailey, rtd Cloud. Nebr.
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In u w it'ng Mm. A P Ely. tuft Moil
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M.x eat;.- of Palm Ollr 8p nml Mr. Ovciintill went to California iast
iiiih .V'c.iai- of Piilm olive Cnwni oU ,N'"Vcmbei' frtrnnwt, ami for tlie lienc
Mr .iu ,i in-, Ht i'nttiiiy Drug store ' '" "f ''1 wife's lienhli. Ho liked the
fin a -I'M t I iino only. j out) try am) greatly enjoyed himself.
Two llltM. furnished ,,..,ms for r-lil. n''mmi,'-v lu',,u: '." ll" l,t"'tof bculll.
close to t..A.n, oppovlit. HihIi y.-hool. i"11 last Tlu""m.v l"' Wi,t' 'Dickon mi.I
Impiue i.i ( Iiii, A. Sohollnk, 7( , '''""l.v with inlhuniuution of the how
avenue ami Webster street ols' ''''.ieiuiis mild lie eoiiltl not
M. s D,.v .1 M....ilivi' without u operation, ami that
s Day and ilimghter, Mls
Day. leturned tiom famobull.
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Monday, when- they had been attend
iii',r tin- funeral of a relative.
Two new eiosswalks on Division
sheet are a great convenience to the
residents m Hie south part of the city
atid prisons going to the depot
Helie lieh Welscli ot' tieiinany ai
ried ,n 1J,, Uon, I s,!lt,1May n i-lit .
direct fiv n tin-nlil i-ouiit- . lie s a
i" iii-lii nl Erli-t Wets, h of thi- cil.
HO percent discount on butts,
oxfords, straw hats, odd pants,
odds and and ends of Under,
PAUL STOREY, the Clothier.
Mr. V,. 1! (iuiii left Tiii's.hiv morn
ing for her home in (Jreenville. 111..
after a week's visit with her son, Clar
,01100 (itiin, ot the N'ewhouse jewelry
Miss Myra Cook left Saturday morn
ing for a six weeks vacation. While
goueshe will visit relatives at Omaha,
and ltacine, Wis., and will stop on her
return at Chioago
The Congregational and Methodist
brethren have deeided to ooniniemor
ate the only state bicycle race ever
held in the city by playing theirniateh
game of ball on the 'iiltli.
The Degree of Honor will meet next
Tuesday evening at s o'clock. A pro
gram will be given by the committee
for the good of the order. Every
member is reiiested to be present
ZO percent discount sale now
on-Sults, Oxfords, straw, hats,
Odd pants, odds and ends of
RAUL STOREY the Clothier.
V.. ,1. (iveriug, dr.. leturned .Sunday
nun ning from a biief tup to Wray.
Col., and icinitv. He lvoort.s crops
looking tine in that vie'.nity-mueh
better thiiii at most points on the line
between here and there
Fred Kinsol of Hamdoii. Ohio, spent
Sunday with his uncle. John Kin-d.
lie wasenroutc to Idaho and it was
the lirst time they had seen each other
for twenty years and the visit was en
joyed thoroughly by all.
20 percent discount on Suits,
Oxfords, Straw hats. Odd pivuts,
odds ivnd ends of Underwear.
Worth your wliilo to invcatiite.
PAUL STORKV. the Clothier.
We wish to aniiouiico to the puMic
generally, that weliaiethe well known
Taylor Eaneh lor sale. Tiii-c loiisists
of ,"iK acres, (J miles south east of I'ed
Cloud. Tills )hu:e needs nocommeda
tion as it is known far and near as the
verv best bottom farm In Webster
County. Wai.ki a .v Kim.
Hon. Henry C Richmond, chief
clerk of the Nebraska legislature lat
winter, and a fonner Rod Cloud news
paper man. was greeting old friends
here yesterday. He is one of the best
known newspaper men in the state,
and was president of the Nebraska
Editorial assoetatioii during the past
The Rebekah lodge met hist Thurs
day night and installed the following
oilleers for the ensuing term:
Past iSraiid Mrs. Alice Kunchey.
Noble lirand Mrs E. W. Ross
Vice Craiut Mrs A. C. Slaby.
Secretary -Miss Lola Coplen.
After taking in new meiubeis a lmn
ipiel was served and the members ie
poi t a good lime.
The case of State vs l.imlley came
upin.JiKge IMson's court Tuesday
afternoon und preliminary hearing
was waived by defendant, who was
bound over to the district court in the
sum ot tOl. Liudley gave bond and
was released. The charge against him
was selling intoxicating liquor con
trary to law, and the "booze" found iu
his possession at the time of Ids arrest
was ordered by the court to be d
stroyed. In the automobile parade on the Ith
city cars wore ruled out of the prize
contest and unfortunately the "white
ear" which drew so much favorable
comment from the crowd was mistaken
by the judges to bo a city car. This
car owned ly Mrs F. L. Smith, was
neatly ami artfully decorated in pure
white and was considered by both the
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pri.o wiiiner. uui Airs, wmiin not
knowing tho rules of the enntost un
fortunately answered in the atlliin
ativo wlion asked by tho judges if hers
was a elty ear. Tho. "white ear" was
much applauded and it was not until
after the prizes had been awarded
that it was discovered uinong the very
artistically decorated cars from tho
country districts and belonged to Hod
James G. Overman Dies
at Long Beach, Calif.
l. t . nnty t Viniiiissioi'i i (.iliio it
Overman died at Loiir leudi t'.ilil'..
Tlli'sllil.V Hftl'l'tllllill IllllllCilllltf I,, I'l!-
lowin ,iii op rat ioll. His icluains
Ill' Oil till- HRJ to Red t'loil'l. Hllll will
probably anno here Kntuidny morn
een with it there was not one chance
in ten. He died on the operating
table Tuesday afternoon at t.Uu.
lames (!. ovei'tuan was bom in Han
eoeh county. Illinois, in Is.VJ. in l-'
he u.'s married to llattie V. Stiattoti.
an 1 i.u'ie to Webster county about
twenty live years ago. He had held
many positions of responsibility, hav
ing lieeti three limes elected county
oaiiiiissioui'i', which olllce he resigned
lieii he went to California last fall.
ID Ieaes a wife und two children,
William .1. Overman nml Miss Helen
Overman, and one In-other and four
sistet's--i;iincr i', overman and Mrs.
, Robert Diiiuerell of Ited loud, Mis.
i Swart, east of lied Cloud; Mrs. I. eon
l.e Ma ire of Darlington. In., ami Mrs.
Wagoner of West Point, 111 : also his
mother, si years of age, who lives
with her daughter, Mrs. Damerell, in
John N. Chaffin.
Attorney John M. Chntlin died Sat
urday niorniiijr at Oc.'lO and was buried
from his home Monday morning at '.)
o'oloeK. He came to Webster comity
about twenty-live years ago; two years
later he was married to Anna .lonney
of Huron county, Ohio, who survives
Mr. Chaillii was born in .southern
Ohio, of Scotch parentage; removed
with his people to Indiana, and enlist
ed in the t'nion army at the outbreak
'if the rebellion. On leaving the army
' he became a Methodist minister and
Jpriaelied for many years, but. later
, withdrew from the ministry and took
up the practice of law for a livelihood,
lie is survived by a daughter by a
previous mairiage. the wife of e
i Congressman Charles It. l.audis of in
'diana. He possessed an extraoidinary
command of English, ami was also an
inventor, holding- several patents,
Though lie maintained strict secrecy
concerning bis age, he is leputcd to
bae been nearly 71 years old. He was
I devoted to his wife and home, and
leaves numcious friends und relatives
! to mourn his death.
Red Cloud Shuts
Out Lawrence Team
Kent ,ond shut out the Lawrence
tiae ball team Friday afternoon by a
scoteof st.i 0. The features of the
game were the lidding of Smith and
Carpenter and the pitching ot Ilitips.
for Red Cloud.
The Lawrence team was not its
strong as espeeted, and their numer
ous errors caused a loss of interest in
the gutiie Roy (iarber, formerly of
Red I loud, now playing with the
Lawrence team, was in a large way
i ('sponsible for Red Cloud's big score
Score by innings: R II E
Lawrence ..U 0 o 0 o 0 0 o 0-0 :t s
I Red C'outl. :t 0 !l 0 o (" "J 0 S s o
Uiittorlos Lawrence, llatigcrt aud
Weirsiok: Red Cloud, Hinesand John
Summary Struck out, by Hiries 12,
by liaugert 'J. liases on balls, oft'
IUiips ',', oil' Itangert 'J Two base. hits.
Smith and Hint's
Umpires- UeU and Uarber.
'J here will be a mass convention of
the DfiiKiciaiic voters held iu Ulue
Hill Tuesday, .Inly IN, at 10 o'clock
a. in., for the purpose of electing del
egate.s. to the state convention to be
held at Fremont, .Inly 'J.I, lull, aud to
transact nil other business that, may
regularly como before it. We sin
ceiely hope there will be a good at
tendance. R. II. Cox, Chairman.
V. S. Hai.i., Seeretarv.
The general public was very much
pleased with tho treatment accorded
by tho hotels and livery stables on the
Fourth. The regular prices wore
charged by all, or nearly all. We
heard only one complaint, and we
have not fully investigated that as
yet However, our out-of-town cus
tomers do not like to bo charged an
extra price when they visit us on
special occasions. Whenever the price
is raised tho public looks upon the
practice as a hold-up, aud rightly ho.
Ithnsalwajs been a mystery to us
why a person wanted to charge a high
price when business was nourishing
aud a regular one when the crowds
were small. The principle is wrong
and the practice, if continued, will
kill any town unywhere Regular
prices during special occasions will
draw trade,, whllo high prices in a
pinch, will driveJvaway. .t
9 ages; you'll find them here;
vou please about
jjj Suits; they'll meet your most exacting demands; all-wool qual- tif
tH) ity, best style, best tailoring, best fit. Suits $18 and more. ty
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m. This store is ihc home of i'larl Schaffner & Marx clolhcs .H
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WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF
Gasoline and Oil Stoves and Ranges
De Laval Cream Separators
White Lily Electric Washers
Hardware and Implements
All kinds of Plumbing Goods. Work promptly attended to
Windmills, Wagons and Buggies
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CrilcB lliUifi Ivliiti
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for all seasons, for
all tastes, for all 5K
be as critical as $
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