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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 26, 1914)
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Foot Bail, Thasiksgiviaij Day Fraakiiin Academy vs. Red Cloud High.
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Tlu iilnnv is ucMit ol" tin) Kiiritier'si
Ituli-ptMiiliMit. Tvliipliniu1 Conipiiii's
lii'W liiiildinj,' (ii-cutfil at tlie uoinor (if
Vl'lii!. slrri't Hull Kirili Arillili', (Mir-
Inn tliH p'i-t M-asiiti. 'I'lits liiiiMliiK' Is
iiiii.lt f lnk'lf with tili i onl", omi toiy
iiimI liiiM'iiiillt Hiiint), .lx,i .'Illx.'iOroct,
ami ncuupii.il as an i-M'iianci' or (tpci
.iiinir i oiiin wllli lut)liti.' in (lie roar
t'vir.i. A. I) atll'iud, tliu uiio cliifl', a
ladies rest or wailing looni on the
nortli -liln of the front ciitiaiii'o, and
t lie olllfi) nf 0. C. Tuf), the ecortiliiry
of tlio umupiiny, on I he south siilu of
the front eiitranue.
Tlio (former's IndfpciKlentTt'K'plioiio
Company was oi iinizeii in June 11)07,
and is compri-ed of .'170 stock holders
of which .'113 hliurcs die hold by the
farmers in the vicinity of Red Cloud,
the balance of the stock is held by the
merchants and residents of the city.
The incorporators of the compnny
were S. V Frislile, J. W. Mclntyre
and Wm. Crabill The first nlllcers
were A. McCall, presfdent, J. W. Mo
Intyrc secretary and Win. Eugels,
The first site puiohiiscil by the
company was lot I'l, block 0, Keel
Rioml, but when tlio civctiini of tlio
new htilldiiiu was oontfinplatt'd, it was
nucessary to puriiliiiM! an adj liulnu' lot
from .1. V. Mniativiib)
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stocldioldiM's in aiililtal sessioi, oloolril
O. K. 1'anii'y, .1. II. i:ilinu..r, Clink
yt'-voiiK, I'iaiik Wiltwer and O O.
Tt id diioMor. of tin. company, and the
it'iove mini (1 fn'-ioiiii n huvi- actoil in
that capacity ever since, except Mr.
Wiltwer, who if.siKnod early last spring
and (ii'iiyii Lk'iirdslee was clinst n in
These men have worked in porfect
harmony, and today tlio wortli of the
tolephonc property has doubled in
value and the t'liiof can only sue a
prosperous future in store for this
The present nilicers are O. E. Harney,
president; O. (J. Tool, secretary and
Clark Stevens, treasurer and business
The present switch board operators
are Vina tevens, Mrs. Maude Itenfro
and Hthcl Turner,
That the war is in Europe in
stcfTd'of the United States for
wero it in the United States we
might not be able to sell you,
the dependable furniture thai
yoii-iiccd in your home.
Never has our stock been
larger thai at this time. Come
in and look it over before you
buy elsewhere. You can see
what you 'arc buying here and
then you have our guarantee
back of any thing you buy.
Red Cloud High Plays Tie Game With
Nelson College Last Friday Afternoon
The Itcd Cloud IHkIi School eleven
hold the heavy Klsiin College loam to
a 7 to 7 scoro last Friday, in a gune
that was hard played and one that was
the roughest played in Kod Cloud In
The Nelson Colli))) team outweighed
the locals liolbi to the man. Tiio
tfiimo played by the College team was
till tv, unfair, slunjjimr and roufrli play
belli",' continually displayed. Tim en
tire Colh'i'o. team were novices at the
Katnc of foot ball, and not only did
they not know the llrst ruditnonts of
the pune, but displayed a Uihtiii(,'
tendency that did not end when the
game ended, but was again in evidence
on the main street, after the game.
From a spectators standpoint the Raine
was some what interest injj, only the
disgusting methodsof the College team
spoiled what might have boon a good
game. The oUloials in overlooking
penalties, only made matters worse.
The locals in order to protect them
selves, were compelled to resort to tiie
same methods in retaliation. It is to
hoped that in the future that games
of this class will bo barred from the
schedule, and ono with some high
school be scheduled.
The game opened with Red Cloud
kicking to the College 40 yard line,
which was returned 5 yards. The
College made their 10 yards in four
downs, nd on the next down lost the
ball on a forward pass, ball beiug in
tercepted by Kydefor a five yard gain.
Red Cloud with possession of the ball,
started for a touchdown, Qlgcr made
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two yards, Dtacklodgc added 20 yiuds,
on an end run, which placed the tall '
on the College 2r, yard line. l'olnii'ky
DECEMBER 1 IS OPENING DAY FOR
on the College U.! yard line. rolnicky ' '; Bji'
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Polnicky atfiiln ailded two yai)lt and J A (
UlackJeil;) aiblod -1 J arils. CuIIcku I Jas--, STO ' ' i T! ' i'l " " T",', . l?4Stk''i !l'',lthli!l"ttHI4l"!iiH11IUi&llUH1tlHlfil
was .n.nalisvd .". vunln f.o- l.n.ll., ao.l I S0 :. !E0 i W H,,A ,' .w .J alllHljM
was piMialu'.i-il 5 vnrds f.ir hnldiui; and
lilacldcilco tlieiipiim; over for a touch
down Poluicky kicked (,'ol. score 7
to O. Ki'il Cloud aiitu kickcil to thu
College .10 yard liuerho roturueil 'M
yards on their lirst down. Thu Col
li'dju attempted a forward pass, which
was intercepted by I'olniclty. Red
Cloud failed on a forward jiass and
Oilier made ." yards on an end run.
Shuc(c added 10 inoro an an end run
Hlaoklcdgo added 5 more, Shuck itKaiu
added 8 yards and l'olnicky added 2
yards, putting the ball on the Collogo
six yard line, where a forward pass
failed in the end zone, and it was the
College ball on their SO yard Hue.
Collogo was forced to punt ou thejf7
fourth down, but recovered punt.
Olaokledgo was forced to leave the
game ou account of injury. Collego
was held for downs and Uiger won 3
yards, Polnicky added two, when time
was called for first quarter with ball
on 40 yard lino.
Second quarter opened with Red
Cloud puntlug outof bounds.Jaud ball
went to College on their 20 yard line.
College was forced to punt tnd Zeiss
returned D yards. Red Cloud again
punted and and ball was in Collego
possession on tuelr zo yard line. On
the College flrst down they were pen
ally.'jd 1.1 yards tor rough play, and
then punted III) yards, Pope returning
10 yards, A forward pass failed for
Itd Cloud and l'olnicky punted .'!.'
yards, which was returned 10 yards.
Colltge on tlielr lirst down mado 20
yards ou a forward pass. The bccond
half was a repetition of thu first The
ball zlg nigged back and forth in pos
session of the Collego and then Red
Cloud. One redeeming feature of the
third quarter was u ii.', yurd end run
by Shuck, which placed the ball on the
College 13 yard line, where Polnicky
failed at a drop kick for coal
Thu fourth quarter opened with ball
on Red Cloud's 25 yard lino lu College
possession. On flrst down College
failed to gain and Red Cloud was
penalized 13J yards for rough play.
A forward pass by'the College scored
their touch down, and they kicked
goal, score 7 to 7,
Collego kicked off to Red Cloud 50
yards. Qelger returned 5 yards on
flrst down. Polnicky added 0 yards
and on second down punted 55 yards,
Zeiss recovering the ball. Polnloky
added 3 yards, Illackledge who had re
turned to the name, on a faka nU
J added 0 yard. Qleger added 3 yard,
forward pass to Popo added "l3 yards;
putting tiio ball on the Do vard line.
while Polnicky failed at u try at a
drop kick for goal. Collego ball ou
their 20 yard lino. College tried a
forward pass which Illackledge cap
tured and gainu was called, score 7 to
Referee, Sherwood; umpire Burrett.
Guide Rock Child Meet
Death By Fire
The Ave year old daughter of, Mr.
and Mrs. L. C. Smith, who reside seven
muea noutuwesi oi uuwe uock was
burned to death late Friday afternoon '
says tne state Journal. The parents
left the three children at Tiome, and
came to town to do the week's trading.
On their return home they found the
eldest In the road, near their home
dead, her clothing burned from her
body, and the flesh burned to a orlsp.
The two smallor ohlldren were playing
lu the house unharmed. The child at
tempted to pop some corn, and wheat
hti clothing caught ire, started to rm
to the home et a neighbor'.
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