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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1911)
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VOLUME XXXV III1 .
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the payment or every dollar or deposits in this
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institution is euaranieea
Fund of the State of Nebraska.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Webster County Bank
RED CLOUD, NEB.
YOUR interests are ours, in this busi
ness; there wouldn't be much sense in
selling clothes that were not good for you; ,
we couldn't keep it up very long. Our
idea is to sell you clothes that are best for
you; we know something about quality
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes are the best for you, because there
are no better clothes made;, they're best
for everybody; best for us.
Suits $18 and up Overcoats $16.50 and op
This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
I have opened a bakery in Red
Cloud and solicit a sharo of
Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes
always In stock, Phone me
your wants (Ind. phone 188.)
Deliver to any part of the city
Retail store opposite Tostof
floe, in DUderlch building.
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ovine DanK viuaraniv;
Copjrrifhl Hut Sduftcrtc Mam
DR.S. J. CUNNINGHAM
Successor to Dr. J. S. EMIQH
At the oM stand over the
State Bank. Phone 131.
Chief Ads Briag Resilts
,r A Newspaper That Gives The News Fifty-two Weeks Each Year For S1.50.
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RED CLOUD, N BUR ASKA, OCTOBER 12,1911.
Mrs. TO. I.. UiiR-aii is on tho wick list. In(l tt ls itl k,mm1 si,,ipu
.omas Pohiemus went t. "",l jsuutn un... ami u.... Ki H v..ico
City Wednesday, f.tnol. of 100 head of Mourn on Satin-
Amunuerniourpcopiciire "",.y t0 reed thN wiut..r,
ing the aviation moot nt Superior
AVo hour that Prof. Knoll and wife
will occupy tho residence of A Horn.
C. F. Ely, wife and daughter return
ed Tuesday from their summer sojourn
lit I. os Angles, Call.
Mrs. Cross and Mrs. Klinkkaminer
of Cheyenne, Wy., visited Tuesday Hnd
Wedno&day with their brother John
Mr. Miner, wife and two children
from Amazonia, Mo., have been the
guests of William Miner and wife.
The men are cousins.
Mrs. Hosaltlm Ayer of Rostwlck and
son Wilbur visited in Guide Rock
Thursday and Friday. Mr. W. Ayer
has just roturned from Cuba.
Mrs. C. L. Holes eutortertained the
"sparklers club" Friday afternoon,
Twelve ladles wero in attendance.
Games were played and lunch was
The Degree of Honor wore enter
tained Tuesday evening at close of
lodgci several or tue memuers serv
ed sandwiches pickles, cako and
E. A. llendricksou and hisassistants
arc remodeling the residence of
ClaranceOuy. When tt is completed
Mr. ami Mrs. A. Horn, parents of
Guy will live with them as Mrs Horn is
lu poor health
Miss Mabel Fuller and brother Fred
arrived in the city from Bethany this
Miss Olive Foe was on the sick list
last week but is improving at this
Mrs. J. R. Morse and Mrs. M. H.
Davis were in Hastings between trains'
We are glad to see Ernest Terrill on
the streets again after a long siege
with blood poison.
Rev. Deakin has purchased lots of
Mrs. Bennett and will soon build a
commodius home thereon.
Mrs. Nola Herrick and baby of Red
Cloud spent Sunday with her parents
Mr. and Mre W. W. Rltchey.
Mrs. E. E. Davis departed on
Wednesday morning for Beatrice to
spend the winter with her sister.
Miss Vera Brubaker returned Mon
day from Campbell where she has been
the past few weeks assisting in the
Harry MoTaggart has sand on the
ground preparatory to tho erection of
a seven room house on Ills lots on
Chas. O. Bennett accompanied by
his wife and daughter departed Thurs
day for Columbus, Kas,, where be has
'- .The old restaurant building is being
torn down and remodeled whloh is a
good idea as it was very unsightly as
well as dangerous.
McBride, Saunders and Deakin went
to the river duck hunting last week,
they returned Friday. Their "catch"
hardly supplies the demand for ducks.
, On Friday mornlngof last week Mr.
Jones, the plaster man, and his lady
quietly stole away to Bed Cloud and
were married but the secret leaked out
and Saturday night they were enter
tained by a serenading party.
A slight frost tho last few nights, ,
George Coon and sons wero on wind
mJU row Sunday.
Mr. Thompson took a load of wheat
to Red Cloud Friday,
Will Harris aud family called on
Smith Bros, Sunday,
B. F. Watt was shopping in Red
Cloud last Saturday,
Will Fisher sold his calves to Col.
Jake Elllngerone day last week.
Charley Alls, had two loads of hogs !
en the Bed Cloud market Friday.
Will Fisher lists the now cement
bridge on the bottom road graded lu
pieorgo Smith and Will Fisher at
tended (lie Odd Fellow lodge in Hed
Cloud on Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs X. K. Simpson of lied
Cloud snout Sunday with their sou-ln-
Iuw, Clyde Simpson and wife.
C The rainy season has broke away
Itnd wo are having tine weather for the
people (o finish sowing wheat.
' Tom Hawkins and Sherman Ship
man are a couple of (larileld'h lucky
ones to get cattle to food this winter.
I John Wittwer, the well man, was on
'wind mill row Monday. He ilxod
Smith llroV wind mill and Will Fish
.Bryan Spoke Last Night to
Large Crowd. Enthus
Hon. W J. Uryrn arrived a llttlo be
hind schedule time last night and ad
dressed an audience, of about one
thousand people last night from the
stand on the corner of Webster slieot
ami Fouith Avenue. With him was
Judges Dean and Stark nnd also
Clarence B. Harmon candidate for
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gentlemen Wh6ywere with "him. He
showed why each was especially fitted
for the ollice He next Introduced
Judge Harry S. Dungan and in well
chosen words spoke highly of the
Judge's record in the army camp life
of the Spanish American war. He
testified to Judge Dungan's wortli us a
jnan and as a official. This part of
the address brought forth enthusiastic
applause. Mr. Bryan then spoke feel
ingly of his relations with W. A. Mc
Kelghan in tho hails of congress and
urged the voters to remember his
daughter, Edith, who is seeking the
election to the office of olerk of the
district'eourt Then Mr. Bryan began
to speak of things concerning the
nation and for nearly an hour held his
audience as ouly he can. The speaker
showed that he was still a master in
the art of word painting, his cloqueuce
candor completely captivated his
bearers. The remarks of the audience
at the close of the meeting showed
plainly that the people of Nebraska
agree with the rest of tho country that
Mr. Bryan lsstlll the most distinguish
ed private citizen of the United States.
Owing to the fact that we were
called away to Uloouiington this morn
ing we are unable to give an extended
account of the address delivered by
'Mr. Bryan in this issue. However we
have arranged to publish the major
portlou of the address next week.
To the kind friends aud neighbors
who so willingly assisted us during
the death of our beloved mothor,rwe
wish to express our heartfelt thanks,
also to those sending flowers. May
the Lord bless you all and spare vou
such sorrow is our sincere wish.
Mk. and Mbs. McChilmh.
Mn. and Mbs. Fbbd Wittwkb.
Mh. and Mrs. W. A. Foboby.
Mr. and Mbs. Geo. IWittwkk.
Mrs. Emua Botiiiiock.
John and Fbank Wittwer.
Nttltt ts StalllM fwMrt
The 1911 Stallion Registration Law
requires all males, pure bred, cross
bred, grade or jaok to be examined by
a State Inspector.
An Inspector will be at the Royal
hotel in Red Cloud 0 a. m., to 1:30 p.
ni., on Oct. 17th, and at the best hotel
in Blue Hill 3 p. m., to 11:50 a. m., on
October 17 and J8th, for the purpose
of inspecting all stallions and jacks in
the vicinity of respective towns
named. Horsos In tho vicinity of
Lester and Cowles should be brought
to Red Cloud for inspection. The in
spection will cost 15.00 for each animal
and will begin at 0 a. m. each day.
Copies of the law may be bad from
W. R. Mellor, Secretary- Nebraska
Stallion Registration Board, Lincoln,
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and runs like a watch. More than a million
already sold. J If you nave not gotten yours,
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Jeweler and Optometrist. C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector
REMEMBER, this is a Central Ne
braska entertainment and you are ex
pected. Entries are free to all. Auto
mobile Flower Parade, Tuesday, Oct.
10th. Farmers' Parade Wednesday.
Oct 11th. Industrial Paiade, Thurs
day, Oct. 12th. Come and see these
free parades. A big tlruo
When you think of
They have the finest showing of stoves
ever broug ht to Red Cload. : : : :
HCATER9 AND RANGES
At special Low Prices and extra High Qtality.
D. D, Sanderson, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
OfHce la Moon Block.
Bell, Black 4; Ind., 183
Residence, Royal Hotel.
Bell, 47; Ind., 27
Calls Answered Day or Night
BED CLOUD, NKH. "
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