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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1914)
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of your deposit, open an account with
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Deposits Guaranteed by
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
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Have you provided your self with a proper
place to keep your corn?
Are your Grain Bins in good condition?
Do you know that we offer for sale the
best Crib and .Bin Material on the market. .
"And Our Prices Are Right"
THE MALONE-AVERY CO.
"Talk With Us About Your Wants"
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j There is no Closed
There is no Closed
It is the "all-the-year-around"
sport, and you can
carry ajtodak anywhere.
Easy to use and every part
of the work can be done in
Kodaks, $5.00 to $111.00
Brownies. $1.00 to $12 00
All the new goods from Ko
dak City in stock.
F H NpuIiaiicp
S Optometrist and Jeweler.
Weather Report For July
Temperature: Mean 8J deg.; tnaxl
mum 102 on 12th and 27th: minimum
flu deg. on Smi.
l'reclpltatlou: Total 2:13 inches.
Number of daysclear 21, pnrtly
cloudy 3, cloudy 2.
Dates of Thunderstorms 0, 24, SsHh.
Prevailing wind-Direction S W 0
Remarks: Rainfall since Jan. 1st
14.77 Inches. '
Cuas, S. Ludlow, Observer.
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Very Large Crowds
The Chautauqua opened Sunday
afternoon with an audience of nearly
two thousand persons and were greet
ed by that cniment musical director
Llberati and his famous band and
grand opera singers. Llberati is a past
master in his art, and with his band of
soloists and singers, certainly sustain
ed lils envious reputation as to the
met its of his famous organization
Though the band was small in num.
tier the talent contained within the
baton reign cannot be excelled, not
ovon including such larger bands at,
Sousn's, limes', l'ryor's, Hauda Itossn',
Creaton's, Uodf ivy's, and others of na
tional imputation. Not only did Liber
ati please his largo audiences, but the
operetta selections by his opera singers
held the large audWsnees on edge with
every (election. The baritone solo by
the member of the baud was one called
for repeated applause. Not only is
Llberati an exquisite director but also
a cornet soloist of envious ability as
his solo proved.
A heavy wind and rain storm shortly
after the afternoon sessiou hardly
dampened the eagor audience who
wished to hear this organization again
needless to say the evening concert
was received by- a great appreciative
Monday's afternoon program opened
with a prelude by Miss Marietta La
Dell a reader who gave a very clever
rending. Her ability to mimic children
and persons of all ages was a rare
tre-U and was pleasingly received by a
The lecture, "The Criminal In The
Making," delivered by Judge Frank 1.
Saddler of Chicago Munclpal court,
was interesting, brought out many
Ideas nnd things, to one who 1ms never
lived In a large city. Hib lecture was
well recolved and wps delivered in a
The cvouiug session was opeued by a
prelude by Miss La Dell In another
reading that was enjoyed by all pres
4 Newspaper That fllvei The IN cm Fifty-two Week Each Year Far Sl.fiO.
JflJ (JLOiri), NEBRASKA. AUGUST 0, 18114.
Corner Stone Laid With Smpresslve
Ceremonies by Masonic Grand Lodge
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The most forniiil and lmpre.-hv ror-
emony of the Itjnd vof lieid in thu
city w ci'u iy wu tt.D 1k. it g of tj.
eo'riiij-r ntTiiii, ln-t MhhmIh.v a'uctnii.;
of Weiist'-r c,unt'- now tempi ot
justice. A lingi) iiitinli'!4 ni" people
gathered to itnes this veieiiion ,
which ncaiiy iryi n w.i in -ei loi
til fltl time. Tin M sona Irili-init,
had coti))-i'tt elmrji.. of all the ilet.iii-,
and uver.vtlilng w.ih can led out with
dignity nud iiup:i.-.ssivciie". The Hed
Cloud cornet, band rurnislieil ilieiuusii:
for the occasion, wi.icli was gieatly
lteShle.s tlie uieui'.u'is of the grand
lodge tlieie w el e in attendance tunny
mciubeib trotn over the slate uud near
by towns. Uiuml Mailer D.tvis was
the pitsiUiug o Ulcer nud Grand Custo
dian French assisted in the ritualioliu
work, ltetofo this corner atone was
allowed to repose in its place perma
nently it was subjected to several
tests, Hist by the kuiiil of tiiesquaie,
who placed his instiuuient on all nliles
and pronounced it pntcci; then the
master crattsmiin, who spceUlied
with tlie level, tcatiil tin stone with
his instrument apil piououuced it
good; then the piouib was used and
the stone found to i.e nil thut could be
asked. Alter having aalislieil them
selves that the stone uiii pel feet, tlie
electee went forth ihul it should be
filled with the sacii-u recnids, which
was diiiio, liwaa the. i laid in place
The lecture of tin i veiling whs glwu
by MhiIiuii Lyilla il'i.iruoir Von i'luk -
lestein Motintford, n unlive ot .lei u -
w.ilem, Palestine, uifil was illustrated
with pataphernalla in ought fioin her
uatlvo laud. Ili-r lectuie on liiblical
lands and the Holy L mil, and her ex
planation of symbulie.il knowledge of
the Bible were educating and interest
ing to her laigp audience, and those
who had the pieasuie of hearing this
famous lady now have much clearer
understanding of tlie Ulble.
The Tuesday afternoon session was
opened wiih a pielude by Coyla
Spiiug and sister iu a combination en
tertainment. Mits Coyla Spring is
not a uewcomer In our midst and her
work this time is stronger than ever
before. Cutbursts of applause and re
peated encores tell more than words
can the appreciation of tlie large audi
ence. Dr. John A. (5iuy of Now Yotk city
lectured on the subject, "Out of
Work." Dr. Gray Is a man of pleasing
personality and a tlueut speaker, one
who kept his laige audience literally
"on their toes " Ills story of living
thro mouths right among tie ho
boos, tho deiqlictb of that great city,
mingling with those thirty-live thous
and homeless Inhabitants of the Unw
ary, uud his experiences during those
as-, a a. .. mm
'ami cirefu'ly j luted up. v.heiu it will
tvui.tlii, us u hclirxe, uii'll timr shall
lie no uioie
Iii ivutw ts vr tii ll on. -
Copy laws t Ki iiml Accepted
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t'ijp pi'UC' it'llHf-. til (rl'.llltl Lmlgtf ol
Cup.y law- Unyti! .Vr.-h .Ma-oils, lOHl.
lWstei r.iiu.ty IiiilgJ, A I". & A. M.
Holy liiu.li, fiiiitl-.ne. iy Uliarlty
ItOiter Ctniptvi' lit
Uoiter Cu-lt.-i'ii slur,
Uusler cotini otltcers.
Koter iiuu tile quartet.
ltoster Ucd Cloud baud.
Hosier uit itllcor-.
Itustur tiomd or eilucntiou.
Copies WeUsler County Argus, lied
Cloinl Chief and Coiuuietclal Adver
tiser. Names of flower girls.
List of churches in lied Cloud.
The l.ige audience listened with
eagerttesr to every poitlou of the oerc
niouy. which was a dupiicute of that
one inaugurated in Hie lemoteuessof
the dim past.
This building is being built as tup-
i idly as could be expected, a- a glancu
at thu plctuic will aliuw. Thu con
ttiiiitor in well iquipptd lor his work
i and it will in. I be Innk' beluiu our
coutt house otllcialn will lie in their
i new qiiitilers nud leady for laiiiihiss.
jtliiui nioiuh-, made the very nerves
i of those who htaiil hliu thigle Not
! only was hi9 lectin o iuieiisttiig, but
it crentul a light of knowledge in nil
who hcatti lit tn.
The evening session way opened with
a session by Coyla Spring and her sis
ter, who tendered another pleasing
entertainment Miss Lotus Spiiug U
a celloKt with a style and finish tint
enable, her to tender even the most
difficult pieces in it free and easy
manner. Tlie short prelude by theso
two artists was indeed too short, ac
cording to the insistent encores by the
Wednesday aftei noon's session open
ed willi a prelude by the IUheldaffcr
Uailey company, which whs very trior
itorious'. Violin solos by Miss Galley
were enthusiastically received.
Thu lecture of Wellington Viiudlver,
ot Alabattitt was a disappointment, Ida
lecture on ''The Appalachian Moun
taineer" not being given and Ids sub
stitute lectin o was not relished by
At the evening session an added at
traction was given by the Hed Cloud
Ooni'l-rt Itnllil. will I'll I'n vi. mi linnrnl !
high class selection-! as only this envia
ble band can
The Itlheldatfer Uailey company gave
an entordvlntnent eon&istlng of vocal,
1 3 Lots of Suits
Straw Hats Except
Oxfords in $5.00, $4.50, $4.00
-u --Grades gov at- - -
This Is Your Chance ToSave Money
"It's Ud To You"
PAUL STOREY I
During Chautauqua I will sell 2-in.
Continuous Post Vernis Martin
Beds, a regular $8.00 value, for
A RARE BARGAIN'
One Week Only
Aug. 3rd to Aug.. 8th
. Make My Store Your Resting
Place During Chautauqua. Q ft
in flHHi "wi
piano and violin selections and solos
which were rendered iu their well
known capable and pleasing manner.
XlJ-j per cent discount on till Sum
mer Drcs9 Goods and Oxfords.
TlltNUW: & So.v,
and Furniture Dealer.
Mr. Sorenson of Lincoln spent Sat
urday in tho city with E'JItor Edson of
The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
Otis Leggett died Saturday and the
funorul was held Monday morning.
Iter. Hummel conducted tha srvia. .,
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