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The Red Cloud Chief
Roi Clout', Nebraska.
PUBLISH'. D l.VHO 'JIIVFFJ'AY
Knli-rcit In the I'oMollW'u nt Itctl ( loud. Noli.,
i as Ku-oiul Claim Mutter.
0 II. UALH
ritlJ ONLY UI'MOCKATIU TAPillt IN
Nut till! lollbt lllllllhlllg- spectacle 111
tills remarkable eainpnlnn Is thtil win
rliitf republicans explaining just wlmt
Imind of republicanism they wear
Lull Moose, Htcam Hollor or Stuck
Ticker Among the prominent "pio-
gresslve" leaders are some ol tlio men
who were the must expert machine
operators under tliu old onlurof things.
The governor lias tlio appointment,
either in pet&oti or by proy, of about
00 servants of tliu stnto. Governor
Aldtlch Is asking each one of them for
.13 to assist in his campaign. ' 1
times 800 is 82,110. This, added to a
IGo.OOO constitutional pie fund makes
a sizeable campaign fund or S'il!,100.
but even that is uot enough to cause
tlio people to overlook the- uiibusiucss
.record of tlio Aldrlcli udutinistrHtion.
Tim Nebraska State t'ulr, Sept. 2-d,
would not eep riq(Hf rJtlK.'ut the
great Mbcrati Military Dun 1 and
jUraud Opera Concert Company In ;z'i
dally coUcerls. Tills band is without
doubt tbe peer of any like organiza
tion In tbe United States and music
"lovers look forward with delight to the
rendition of favorite nuts from II
Trovotore, Lucia, Cavallerlu, Kustiuun.
n, Klgoletto, Faust, Carmen and other
k TrltMlAcmt Street
Locust Street is the eastern street of
tbe city. It is one of tbe oldest in Its
buildings, and, iu some features, the
worst street iu the eity. Iu other
matters it is one of the best. Its trees
aro tbe largest ami with care could be
made the most handsome, its ilowcrs
arrive at perfection earlier In the
season than oil I lie other streets, but
they are not given such careful tillage.
Its fruit trees, where talou care of,
are the largest and finest.
At the uorth end of the street Is the
residence of Mr. Stauser. Were all
tbe residents as enterprising as this
geutlenau the street" woukLbe a fsuc.-'
cession of del Mils. Mr. and Mis.
Bt miser incline to tare and exception
al plants, such as lemons, oranges,
5 .,;, t andJIgs, but tbvjnlo .not neglect tbe
" ' more common, llowein.
Mis. Warn n is tbe only one who
gives much room and attention to
lawn purposes, and tier coiner is a
pleasant change from the rather puteli
work character of the street. At Len
Ailf's place we noticed a fine silver
maple whloh would be an ornament to
any luwu u lie blutu. In this neigh
bpihood, also, there are two uingulfl
?cl( iipptC ,,eeh V'l'Mi "ill vt-piiy any.
"' 6eIor ; exercise of a little walk.
Kigbtb Avenue, bordered on tbe
iioitb by tbe famous canal, strikes us
as offering exceptional opportunities
for beautiful development, lietueen
tbu residences of Mr. McAitbur and
Mrs. Walters tbe tiees are so large and
exuberaut in their foliage, that they
completely over arch the street. At
present, the street is too high in the
center or too narrow. If the lot own
era would avail themselves of thejpriv-
ilege to widen the sheet tour feet 'on
each side and bolder it with a high
teiruee, well clothed with grass on tliu
slope, ibis could bo readily made the
most attractive bit of avenue in the
city. In fact, it seemed to us that tbe
city ould do well to condemn tho
block south of McArlliur's for puik
purposes. While it Is not so central
as might be dolled, tlio trees aie al
ready there, and, with the stream at
the rear and the ease with which grass
and (lowers can be giowu iu that local
ity, a beautiful pnrk could be obtained
iu it very little while at less labor ,aud
cost than auywlmre else iu the city.
'- Locust strict shows lss regard for
tbe appearance of the street as'a whole
than auy street of tliu city. ICach iu
(MykUwl lot owner vumv!tlV! his lot
Without any regard for the gcuefal
effect, or any effort to hurnionire with
tlio oilier lot. Fotttto patches about
upon tbe sidewalks. Old fences of
vcry description, bushes and uutrim
sled trees stop tbe view lu every di
rection. Theie U no apparent thought
on the part of any one to give up any
tblng or do anything for tlio general
attractiveness of tlio neighborhood.
E-teh lesldcnt lives largely to himself,
ao far as tbe cultivation of his premises
This street contains tluco houses
nearly as old as tlioChief. The John
Weesuer residence, nt the head of the
stroot, JJwrs built by Samuel Oarber
late in 18711, ami there was a bouse
where Mr, McArthur lives built by Ira
Sleeper in veiy early times. Mr,
Sleeper had a beautiful box elder
grove iu this part of the town, and he
set Otlt the older trees on I In i-u-i .l'!
of the stieot. The Mi. Wuircii ic-m-deuce
was nrictcri by Ilev. .Maxwell,
the (lit Con.nm;alluiiiil minister, ill
18TI, who planted tin' :o' ton wood lives
now suirotiiidlun the i-raldeuoo in the
following jear. The boue In which
.la j 1'opo lives may have rrplneed u
lo )nnie tliul stooil on lis iteln l87.'I.
These are tlio homes on Hint stn'ot
when the (.rnhlioppeiH niado their
visit in 1 S7 1 mid Mopped Iho jjiowth of
II io town.
Bcqiiuts for lite Red Cloud Bant).
Tliu Chlof hut received all kinds of
pralsowoithy comment on our excell
cut band from nil sources and from
musicians who know good music when
tlic.v bear It, ami lu illl fairness to tlio
baud ni.il with dim ncrsomil nilile for
rsolnaskaV best musical organization,
wo take pleasure in publishing the
following letters received last week
from parties whose judgement is abso
lutely beyond question.
Ned Cloud, Neb., July SI, 1012.
Mu. C D. Ham:,
I take great pleasure in
c.s'picsslug my admiration for the Hud
Cloud Hand, it is liv far the best
band, outside of a professional organ
ization, that we have heard this hfiisnn.
and shows a masterly training.
I was veiy much ple.ised wllli their
interpretation of my composition
lted Cloiui should be proud of such
U. K. lloi.MEs
A pullo CoNi'i'tir Co
Mn. C. II, llAt.Ji
Hen li.oun, Neiir.
A few words I wish to say
regarding the Hed Cloud Concert Baud.
I have been in the music business for
tlrteeu yeais and iluriiig that time I
have beard most all tliu bauds in this
state and others, of which I was em
ployed iu the same line, and with all
duo credit and repect toother organ
izations, such as I am speaking I wish
to say to the best1 of my belief that
Hed Cloud has the best band in the
stutu of Nebraska.
I am not altogether basing my opln-,
ion on what few concerts I have heard
them give, but when such musicians
as belongs to the Apollo Quartet pius
their opinion by saying that It Is the
b.md they have been allillated with on
the Chautauqua cotiric makes mo be
le"iuore sTroiigly that my statement
I'rof. lletz Is to be congratulated on
his sploudid efforts iu securing such
excellent talent us now compose his
Tho businessmen must have credit
forseeingthis proposition to advertise
their town properly.
Ami in my travels over the state 1
hear Hed Cloud spoken of, as having a
What fcneuJtg better for u town than
.1. A. F.WIIKIKLD,
With Uttstou Music Co ,
Baptist Church NtHws,
The baptist church wishes to an
nounce that there will be services
Sabbath morning and eveulng thro
tie hot weather. If your pastor
away on bis vacation jouurc cordially
invited to worship with' us.
Tbe subject for uext Sabbath
morning with be "The significance of
the clothing." Subject for the even
ing "lloobtlng or Kicking"
Sunday School at lu a m.
To all of these services there is a
W. b Cole, pastor.
The luuvale base ball team played
three gamos of ball here last week
winning two and loosing one. Thurs
day they were defeated by Cowles,
score 8 to 7.
Uatteiles: Cowles llcuiiett and
Gregory; Inavale Sutton and Palmer
Fiiilay, luuvale defeated Ouide Hock
by a score ut U to .'1. Uittteiies: luu
vale Coulsoiiund Palmer; tliiidu Hock
M asters, Marsh and Worley.
Saluidav, luavalu defeated Cowles
by a score of 7 to ! iu 11 innings. Bat
teries: Inavale Masteis and Palmer;
Cowles-Sutton and Gregory.
Inavale will play several games here
next week and will undoubtedly draw
Inavale has tl good bull team ami wo
like to see them use our local grounds
a it gives us nil something to see.
Stttl akli Rccffd
Clareuce (Lefty) Mitchell is stll
making records ut Providence both as
a pitcher and utility llelder. Ills batt
ing average up to July 22nd is;
(lames .. . h. H. II. Average
ill "2 4 17 aid. purccut
2 bae hits Mitchell 3, U baso hits
Mitchell 1, Home run, Mitchell.
0. I'.O. A. K. Avoraiiu
to 8 13 a 1HI2. pcrcwit
Won Ltt I'ercent
8 o mn.
The Providence .loumul gives Mitch
ell a great boost as loullug the pitch
en an I also as he Is one of tliu most
popular of the Providence player.
11m . 0. D. Feed .Store
We cany a lull lino of I Veil, liny,
Klour, oils and G.i.
Try our MucIiImu oil on jouinnwrr
A pi(seul wo have omi chole(
Cane and Millet seed, ootnu In and con-
tract a I. at jnu need before its i lie.
!'. li. iih.m:itsoN.
V Will . Cnjltlr.r
The Tailor and Piench Dry Cleaner,
itpslalrovof Burden's grocery. Moon
Best. Liiuudry service in the city.
Go to Henderson's for cnni seed.
We just got Iu mi extra choice lot to
k'o at SI. 10 per bushel.
I' K Hi:Ni)i:n.n.v.
We handle only the
C and Feed ol all kinds.
my piace is respectlully requested
Opposite P. 0.
We Invite Your
Careful attention to
our stock when in
the market for any-
t h in gin the Furniture, Car
pets or Rug line
Lady in attendance in our Undertaking Dept.
S THE HOME
P. A. WULLBRANDT, Prop.
We Carry a Complete Line of Staple and Fancy
Groceries, also the Latest Patterns in
HAND PAINTED CHINA WARE
It Will Also Pay You to Remember That in Order
to Secure the Best in Canned Goods Obtain
Bell Phone 201
FOR SUMMER TOURS
tO THtC KABT. Hxoiii.ilon rates to New York unci Uontuu, via all routes
.iliM o'ip-way, rut unhu ainther. A nnut attiunlivo tour of the Hast
may In- niatle at iIiumi lutes.
TO THKPAGIFIG COABT. Low exclusion rates uvory days .still lower
intu tours on -pu.lal l itehj tilt grCati'st ratlmml journey In tlio world and
at very low rales
YKLLOWBTONK PARK. Special iato for any kind or tour desired; o
in via Cody, tliu Kcunlo entrance, coim out via Gardiner; ihm son ally oon
duetnl (.Mimplnv tours; tlio Wylle camp tours. Ask ajjent ror Park liter
at u io.
MOUNTAIN TOUtiB. Ask njjent for liaudliook of Coloiado ronoits
Loolc up Hoi Sprinus, S. I)., anil ask Tor llluuk Hills booklet, You tuiglit
like tin Hljr Horn Mountains at the Sheridan and llttnohester resorts; ask
for lealtot. (lot iu tuuuli with us. AsU for rates and publlcatloiiB for any
kind of a vacation tour.
lrob.it: of I'criilftn tVil!.
Notli'i'l lured) ittM'ii thai .1 pelltlou has
tat'ii Hint I iy 1'iaiiK A.( ihiImiii In tin. l oaut)
i;iiirtof WetmlCr i oiititv, NdifiiKn, piny-
, imh tiuii mu in' ii uiiii'iii trn.'icM mi iireLiiii ii
unit lllPil mriiiriinu lo lie a ropy of tliu will
of Henry A. (Mdiltn. itirnihu.. laic of
OrlcniiDi oiinly. Niw Ymk, ami u( the-pro-
-iiiDiriiiistjiii i m ni iiiiu i inr iiii
m (Jlhcrrttf duly (iniIiciiiU'iitcd ami prnMntt
Illl Mrilil Inrfeniiiniil 1t tilliiii-i..! ! !!, in.
I win aim u-iiametitils:ii(i deeeasiil, it ml tin
copy llli-il hint reeonUilaiiit tin-will mlMiltlKl
to iiiolmle lo have tlio aino furei- and uilioi
as If orlyhally proved anil allowed In Oils
Wlu'reupoii f iti llxi-d ilic lOllt drtv of
Auciitt luiirtt ten oi-lm-k a. iu. at wlili-li ilinn
all ifTMiiiH lnteitnt shall appiar at Uio
1 County Cour In Kid fioud, Wclntei (iinnty,
' Nplirnika, and nltcnd Uio jiroluiu of mm
will and show etittue If any exist, why Die
, Fiihl liiKlriiiiirnt Hliunld uot Ih adtiilKid lo
' tllllldllL III i; tUMMl vu - imv i.ink
I ii iiiaiu null in iiiii ii illivtll lur.
It m further ordend that iiollri- l-elven
hy tho publleatlnii of thU order for llirto
weeks Nucecssh ply lu Ho IteiL Cliuul thti-t
prior to said day of hearing.
Hated July HI, IU I S.
A. I). HANNCY.
l. it. iii.ai Kt.iinui:.
Attorney for l'etltloucr.
Best Grades pf Flour.
Your inanfictinn n?
GEO. W. TRINE
Independent Phone 44
. B. rot, Ticket Agent.
LW. WAKKLCY, General fmfngar Agt.,
Vfi. m. VM tivn . ss
A Mighty Safe
At Cool Weather
Cannot tell you in this space
what we are doing but would
like to show you some bar
gains in every line in the
Remember thai our job depart
ment has no eqifal in Webster
County when it comers to turning
out hiyh-class work. Try us.
THE CHIEF OFFICE
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