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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 20, 1911)
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VOLUME XXXVIII 1.
n the Banking Business
there Is nothing that is stronger tlmu
a good inline. It il l tho business iiiiin
wlio requests mi accommodation at his
bank, the tirst nucstion Is, "does ho
bear a pood name'.'" When
We Solicit Your Account
your first thought ts, "Iihs tills bank a
good name'."' ami we are proud of the
fact thHt the answer uuiHt he "yes," hs
we have made a reputation for cour
tesy and carefulness second to none.
Interest paid on Time Deposits.
Webster County Bank,
RED CLOUD, NEB.
B. F. Mizer, President, S. R. Florance, Cashier.
&'F. Mizer, C. J. Pope, Wm.
S. R. Florance.
Guy Uuruos cut his alfalfa last Satur
day Roy Kent took a loud of hogs to J
l'rank Amaek cut his alfalfa the
llrst of the week.
T. V. White and family called on
Mrs. Ida Kent Wednesday.
" Ad Totter resigned his position nt
Tom Hawkins' last Friday.
VA Amaek was out on wind mill
row Tuesday with a piauo.
Will Smith and wife were pleasant
callers at Smith Bros." Sunday on wind
Murriel and Ethel Fisher are stay
lug in town this week and taking in
A week ago the people in Garfield
were kicking for rain and'now since
It has rained most every day and
F. NEWHODSE, Dry Goods
Ladies' White Skirts with three rows lace
insertion and lace edge, $1.00, $2.00, $3.25
Ladies low neck Nightdress, with 2 A 1 ff
rows insertion and lace edge in neck, K I III)
3 rows ins'n in sleeve, sleeve lace-edge H7
Ladies' Nightdresses with 3 rows emb. n-d 1 ((
sertionin yoke, yoke edged with emb., atP I VyW
Ladies' extra large Nightdresses, insertion d 1 AA
in yoke and embroidery edge, at - - q) I vU
All three numbers are bargains at these prices
Sole Agents for Butterick Patterns
TELEPHONES: -Independent, 53; Bell, .black 41.
Wm. H. Thomas,
night for a week they are kicking he
cause it is too wet. Kven the Lord Al
mighty can't please the people in (Jar
Held Prosperity has struck GurlleM for
George Smith brought out a new
In spito of tho rain a good many '
from this neighborhood attended the
Chautauqua in Ked Cloud Sunday.
The road boss, Will rHsherfis rilling
in the cement bridge on the bottom
road and blowing the hills up with
dynamite and widening the road.
Ruth Doudna was on tho sick list
the first of the week.
The W. C T. U. had a picnic at Mis.
K. W. O'Neil's Wednesday.
Guide Rock has had a regular visit
ation of agents the last few days.
Mr. Parsons of Wilsonvllle has been
visiting Ills daughter, Mrs. Harvey
With 6-inch em
and cluster of two
Misses1 Muslin Drawers
Misses' Muslin Drawers, 2 tucks with 1 -inch
embroidery, sizes 8 to 12, at 25c
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A ftftstiiipcr Hint Cilv:s The Nt:s Flflj -
(?KD CLOUD, :NEI$RASKA, .JULY 'J, M1.
Mtliicr. Her little sister is also her
Little Pearl Smith is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Idella Watt, this week.
Lew Smith and family were Sunday
guests at the homo of their uncle
Mrs. K. L. March went to Lincoln
this week to visit her son, Lawrence
Parch, and family.
Mrs. Cooper atld daughter Winifred
have been at llurr Oak visiting at the
homo of Chester Cooper.
Mrs. Thorton and her sister, Mrs, L.
(i. Smith, have been spending a week
or two with relatives at Dlair.
Miss Verna Payne, from the s,tute
line, spent Sunday with her grandpar
ents, .1. S. Gleasou and wife.
(ieorge Hunt was over from Hurr
oak the llrst of tho week. Ho and
Fred Watt went to Ked Cloud Monday
The "lemon social" given by the
Kpworth League was well attended.
They gave a program and Herved re
freshments. Miss's Hello and Verna Kellum of
St. Francis, Kas., aie guests of their
grandmother, Mrs. II. Hoover, and
their aunt. Mrs. Ell Fowler.
Mioses Merl and Pearl Smith arrived
homo Saturday evening fipm a two
weeks visit with their grandfather,
Mr. Conyer. at Excelsior Springs,
Webster Encampment N. 25. Installs
Last Friday evening Webster En
campment No. 25;met and installed
the following otllcers for the ensuing
L. H Fort.C. P.'.
H. T. (lilhatn, S. W.
C. U. Hale, 11. P.
(). C. Teel, Scribe.
S. It. Florance, Treas
C. F. Wallin, J. W.
With hemstitched ruffle, sizes
from 2 to 8, at - - 1 3c
With embroidery ruffle, ages
from 2 to 1 2, at - - 25c
Made of a good
grade of Black Sat
een, ages from 2 to
ttto Weeks L:ac!i Your Tor Sl.iiO.
I Red Cloud Chautauqua
! Pleases Large Crowds'
I I'lie tilt li annual chautaumia prom ,
jiscstoheu grand success Notwith
standing tlie rains the eiowd. at the
initial performance was much larger
than former years. This year we had
the pleasure of Hulectinp our own tal
ent anil this feature seems to he much
appreciated. Tile Ferguson juhllee
Hinders are the best ugprepatlon of
like character yet to appear on a Ked
Cloud platform in that they are all
trained singers and each individual
has rare talent. They allowed that
they can sine; dilllcnlt music, classic
selections, with the same ease as they
bine; the catchy folk-lore soups of the
southland. ImicIi memher is a star
and their united voices pleased 'the
mokt critical. Wo heard many say
that the management sl)ould sccuio
them for the next season.
Mr. (irillis, or Tahan, delivered the
tlrst leetuie to a VKry appreciative
audience, lie related his experiences
from the time he was captured liy the
Indians, how lie was loved and eared
for liy his foster parents, what the
Indiana did when at homo and on the
war path, their met hods of living and
a ;;real deal of inside concrete testi
moiiy which lie obtained while still
under the impression that he was a
full blood Indian. Tho speaker severe
ly censured the treatment Kiven the
Indian by the white man and pained
the sympathy of his hearers by relat
inp facts and incidents which wero
personally known to him. Mis deliv
ery was easy and pleasant and most
In his formal lecture Monday after
noon Tahan in his"Trapedy or tlie Red
Man" praphicaly pictured the history
of the Indian and presented character
istics of this fast departing race which
the white man with his boasted civili
zation would do well to emulate. To
tiianv the statement that the Indian
was llrinp thousands of years bej'orc
Abraham left his native land for a new
home came as a surprise and yet schol
ars of the world arc sure that such
was the case. Iutcrestlnp was his
description of Indian life, instructinp
that part of the lecture which de
scribed the morality, honesty and in
tegrity of the Indian. Withal the
lecture was a severe arraignment of
the treatment accorded the Indian by
the United States government and the
charges made were all the more liumil
iatli.p because they were true. From
the Indian standpoint there arc four
things to bo roinembercd by every
younp brave. They are, llrst, there Is
nothinp so heavy as tho pressure of a
white man's foot; second, nothinp so
strong as a white man's hand; third,
nothinp so crooked as a white man's
tongue and, fourth, nothinpso black as
a white man's heart. The audience
pave a most attentive ear to all that
was said and the frequent applause de
monstrated that they were with him
with all their sympathy.
Monday ovening tho Ferguson jubi
lee slnpcrs pave tho prelude and Mrs.
Lulu Tyler dates, impersonator and
entertainer, charmed her hearers by
reading "Polly at tho Circus." Tues
day Hftornoou Mrs. Gates more than
deliphted her audience by her rapid
change in character impersonation,
her llucnt delivery, her well modulated
voice One of tho hip features of this
year's chaiitauqua is the moving pic
tures alter every evoninp session.
Monday night the entire I'absion play
was given and this represented tlireo
thousand feet of lllni.
Tuesday evening tho prelude was
plven by tho Citizens' Concert IJaud
and lietx'a orchestra. Wo have pur
posely refrained from saylnpanythinp
about these organizations because wo
wished to give tho boys special notice,
Tuesday cvculnp's was a home talent
program and It was one of tho best
plven so far during the chautaurpia.
Our baud is playing high class music
and it pleases tho people fully as well
as any of tho foreign troupes, Wo
heard many expressions of surprise
from people who wore a bit late. They
came hurriedly lu so as to lose none
of the beautiful music, and could
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,
CJ 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. 0. A Q. Watch Inspector:
Now is the
1 am offering everything in the
Fly Net line at
2Q PER CENT DISCOUNT
This 20 per cent from factory
price makes Nets very cheap.
Call and see. Also, my HAR
NESS stock is complete.
hardly believe their eyes when they
saw that home folks were doliverinp
tho poods, Our band and orchestra
arc the pride of the city and certainly
deserve enthusiastic support.
The lecture of the evoninp was de
livered by l!cv. K. N. Tompkins, pas
tor of the Methodist church, and was
plven thu closest attention. The
speaker described his trip through the
Yellowstone National park and graph
ically described thu scenes he found
there. He accompanied his lecture
with the finest of pictures, which wore
thrown upon thu screen in front of the
a udienco. M r. Tompkins posesos an
unusually lino voice for outdoor
speaking. Ho could bo easily heard
all over the big tent and every word
was delivered distinctly and accu
rately articulated, Tho entire audi
ence enjoyed thu trip through the
park and wero sorry, when they were
compelled to return home.
Wednesday afternoon after another
musical treat the Chicago Ladies
orchestra pave a program of un hour
and a half tilled witli musical melodies
of many descriptions, There areeipht
or nluo in tho company and all stars
in their places. From snare drum to
tho bass viol eacli displayed to pood
Time to Buy
I advantage her ability to bring out tho
j music of tho instrument. They also
carried a reader with them and she
pave several selections which wero
In tho eveninp the Chicago Ladies
Orchestra pave tho prelude and llurp
durfer, the funny man, treated tho
largo audience to one continued round
of fun and frolic for over an hour.
Here was something that the children
could enjoy and It was a pleasure to
see how they entered Into the fun.
Base Ball Games.
Guide Hock defeated Inavale on tho
Red Uloud grounds last Friday, 12 to
II. llattcrles (iuide Hock, Vanco and
Follis; Inavale, Coulson and Palmer.
On Monday Cuido Rock defeated
tho homo team, 2 to 0, In a pltchors'
battle. Uatterles Guide Rock, Mas
ters and Follis; Ked CloudIIiucs and
Tuesday afteruoou the regulars had
a clusli with the transfer liuo team
and won out 3 to 'J.
Yesterday Red Cloud dofcated Ina
vale, 1 to 1, and this afteruoou Guido
Rock and Red Cloud will be tho op
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