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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1914)
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Balloon Ascensioi And Foot Ball Game Friday Afternoon
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VOLUME l'' UKH CLOUD, iv J5HUASKA, NOV I0MUi:i 'J. Ul 1. , NUMBER -16'
It ' rarmers Institute Koy Hutchison lias asESSsrss' '":'.'
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i-i J M T II O ' T I A TT M
Tfx now mruii owing larcen a wire g
Cl 7 & U H -If
VERY one of your banking connections
to be a profitable one, returning you the
largest measure of service and accom
modation commensurate" with the size
of your deposit, open an account with
us. Interest paid on time deposits.
Deposits Guaranteed by State Guaranty Fund
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
CAPITA I.. HU.-..000
NA A J IS THE TINE
J VV TO THINK OF
YOUR COAL WANTS
We Handle All Kinds
THE MALONE-AVERY CO.
"Talk With Us About Your Wants"
The Km mum--.' liMltutu U In full
swluir In till- city Tin exhililt- llils
j in r show coiislih'iiililo iiilvaiiUHintnl
over otlior ji'iit-. Wo nto Uni nlnt,'
wluil to uoik fur mill the iiluil is bciilj,'
mnio in'Hrly iippumi'lii'il as ji'iir miu
ot'i'ils yoiir, Tho i'i'nvili'1 uniuHtinii of
piist ,o.us Ims bui'ii ovi'toiitno ly tin
tiNU of tho IVtt'isoti liiilldliiK for ponl
tiy ai.il iraln. Th's lelievt-s the othir
The birds e.vliiliiteil this yiar uie fur
above iinylhm proviously shown. In
this ilopaitnii'iit theie Ih timllied ad
vance. H.ieli viii let y Is nioro neatly
tine in shtpn, marking' Hud color and
IF YOU BUV YOUR GROCERfES FROM US YOU
WILL GET CLEAN, FcSH GROCERIES, BECAUSE
WE SELL LOTS OF THEM. THAT IS WHY WE KEEP.
THEM FRESH. WHEMEUERYOU WANT ANVTH!NGV
TO EAT COME TO US AND GET IT AND YOU WILL
GET GOOD FOOD. YOU OWE THIS TO YOURSELF
AND TO YOUR FAMILY. WE WILL NOT -SELL POOR
FOOD AT ANY PRICE.
WE PRICE OUR GROCERIES RIGHT. TOO.
New Goods in AH Departments
THE MINER BROS. Co.
"A MIGHTY SAFE PLACE TO TRADE
The Store That Sells Wooltex
i in sii tp", inarKtn'Huit color and
Itry fiincletH me tej'di'itiK lit the
splendid showing made. If the pres
ent paee If, Wept up Webster enmity
will soon Im nolo to enter the state
show and carry oir the best pi toes.
Ti.e i!iain exhibits are all etia tfnod
and -how the wondeiful fer illty ol
our soil. There seems 1 1 lie no immIii
that will not mow in this section of
theeoiintiy. The corn, whe.it, oat,
bat ley spell?:, i.e, nl fulfil and oilier
jji-iissi s .ue nt siich ii ehaiaultr that
this iiiii.n hi' well ealluil the garden
spot of the e trth.
Then the vegetables wete well I ('pre
sented. CHbhages, squashes, water
melons cariots, put snips, and nearly
uvery hintl and variety under the sun.
The entile showitig was u surpilse
eveti to old timers
At the bitf Hallux tic j!rn nrestalled
us flue a lot of hordes and mules us nuo
could wish ( for. Aluffiiitlceut flp'oel
mens of horse llesh, good ejiongh to be
the pride of any country. The hog
and cattle likewise over in the Kountz
tie bum were of excellent quality and
finish. Iu fact the live stock exhibit
Js till that could be wished for.
The Tuesday evening program was
given in the opera house which was
comfortably tilled. The first speaker
of the evening was F E. Mniner, who
deliveied an excellent address on
Moral Culture. This address whs
carefully woided, happily conceived
and easily delivered. Mr. M mire r said
that while this country whs yet in Its
vligiu state, while the butTiilo s'ill
roamed these ptaiiies, or the red skin
hunted his ptey, the modist llnwors
bloomed in abundance. He gutphi
callv de-eiibed the iiitluenceof fljweis
or. the home and pled for their moie
extensive culture. He stated that this
I'lim te whs well ad.ipted for the
i nt - u ; of all l.imls of beaut fill tl .wets
and said that each home should be
hi notified wjtli lloweis. The addiess
eont'iiud a great, de.il of intoi in.ition
anil was deliveied in the style of mi
Pi of. ltoehr followed with nn ad
diess on Agrlcultutitl IMucation which
was pleasing and to the point. He cm
phasled tho necessity of cooeiatlon
or fin m and school. The school need
led the experience of the fiuiu and the
farm no'ded the techiiial information
of the school.
Judge Smith gave an nddiess on
l'oultiy with Hie aid of his latitein.
These slides showed thedlffeiciit types
of poultry iitnl dlffiuent kinds jf poul
try lious'-s lie showed the kind of a
Lhoii'-e to use and ti.e kind not to use
and told the audience why. Ho stated
that If one wants to get eggs in the
winter time he must keep his hulls
warm and keep them shut up till the
tune. This address was much appre
ciate! mid given in ii'plcasing manner.
The musical f online of the piogr.iiu
was not the least of the attractions.
Halloy'b orchestra rondeied piece lifter
piece of high class music to the great
delight of all. The selections weie
well made and well rendered, Ray
mond Ttirnure delighted the audleuco
with his bell solos He is tiipidly bo
coming a line musician and tho Chief
believes that he is destined to be to
cognized in the musical world.
Tho Ladies' Department in tho
Tin utirc hull is well represented by
work of nil kinds. Needle work, fancy
articles and fine cooking, all showing
(Continued on page f)
Jist S.itnrdnv inoitilng Mr Koy C.
Hutchison, son of Mr. and Mis (ho.1
llutchi-ou, and Mi-s C hloe H. Held-1
iiiiiti of Kiiiukliii, -lipped quietly away
to Lincoln, wheie they were married.
I The groom is one of our popular and
mos'l industrious .loiuig men, and is
cuusideied tine of the coming young
men of the community.
The btide is one of Fiiiiiklin county 'r, '
most popular young Indies, and litis
I taught school in that vicinity for some
, lime past, and while she is a sti linger
. to most of our eili.u'iis, she no doubt Is
capable of tilling the home she will.
ikioi ii wild iiappiue-s, anil win prove
. to be truly a helpmate and companion
to the husband she has clui-eu to
honor with her hand.
The happy couple arrived iu tills
city Monday evening, but have not jet
definitely decided wheie they will
live. The Chief along with their many
f i lends wi-h I hem much joy mid
City Council Met
On Thursday Night
Tie city ounol met Thuisday night
in a j urntd B-t-iun. I'r m.i,t, Mayor
Da nerell, ( ouni'iluieu Ferry, S oiey
Minute of Ian met ting read und
R'poftofcity re surer rcHordered
plMCed'on fle.( ,'" "'
Oi modun 6' Councilman Storei,
Becunded by Councilman P ir, $415
wis transferred from tt.o eLc ric light
csnh fund to the electric light levy
fund for the purpose of retiring two
reginurdd waimntH on (ad fund, and
ticaMurc whs instructed to cull same
in fo- payment.
Co mci mm Perry intioduced an or
dinance providing an occupation tax
I or vendors of vegetables etc., which
was pHHSed, (See elBC win rc.)
II. Diederich, secretary of the fire
dei'tr inent, riqie-nel the council to
HpproprtHte $110 to purcha c a lot upo t
which 'o ertct ii building ta houfe the
fire appi.raLU;. (iranted.
Tue fol owing claims were ullowtc!:
(Ju Z gler ,.. JllOOO
W. A P.ttei 80 (0
New Fall Hats
s ho e s
S WBA TBRS
PA IL STOREY
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Ju E hi'rton,. ..
K. H. Weber ....
S.'K Kloranco ..
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(ir..nt Ch ity . . .
, G rge Clau o i . .
Frank Cluuoii ....
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It Pays You Back And
Saves Your Bach 5 S ,
This Cabinet-is Golden Oak. Hand Dull Rubbed,
Has full sliding nickeloid top. Glass spice jars. Glass
sugar bin, tea, cofTee and salt jar. We wereKortunatc
in buying a quantity of these Cabinets at a very low
This Cabinet formerly sold for S27.50 but while
they last we are going to sell them at $22.50. ' The most
Cabinet for the money ever ollered in this city.
This sale will commence ,
Hogs Give Best Profits Monday, November 9th
E Huiaon 1150
M -rhsrt Brim 1121)
McGraw Ce 511 3
Mutual Oil Co 3() 30
;S'indeilnml Mfg. Uo 5 CG
M.iyerCnal Ci) 233 GO
Ciiine Co 9 08
j Scully Steel & Iron Co 12 50
j Midwest E'ectric Co 32 81
I'lut t & Kr es 27 '10
Ctrl Mi'Ar'hur 12 15
( Ciirtii Geer '. 3 75
R .1 Mund.iy 50 00
, II Dkderich 110 00
0.0 K 3750
, The Xoitli IMiitteexporlinentiil farm,
wheie about three oatloadi of hot;s 1110
raised each year for the inaiket, him
shown 11 greater pioflt upon the Invest-
I ment in 11 owing porlc thiin iu nny
other farm operation, (iiiiin purchas
ed t tho miuket price has frequently
shown 11 profit of K0 per cent by feed
ing to hogs, either upon nlfalfii pastuie
or with nlfiilfii hay fed iu the rucks to
JBiipploinont the com latlou. Wheat
mid 1 ye used us u winter p.isturo with
ulfiilfu hay mid a very small gmln
I ration has proved 11 most economical
method of wintering brood sows, und
uppioaclios In onstu full year pustuie
season, but It can only bo used where
wheut or rjo makes u siitlsfuotory
growth in the full months.
And last until after Farmers' Institute.
There is not a better Kitchen Cabinet made. Come '
in and let us demonstrate it to you. '
8 ROY SATTLEY
Jl Licensed Embalm er and Furniture Dealer.
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:. THY US FOR AHTISTIG JOB PRINTING
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