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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1915)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MAY 1, 115.
Franklin H. S. Team
Defeats Red Cloud
ANYONE CAN DRIVE AN OVERLAND
The electric control buttons on the clash start,
stop and light it. Nothing could be simpler. No other
arrangement could be as convenient.
The long wheel base, large tires and underslung
rear springs insure complete comfort on the road at all
times. The high tension magneto means dependability
under all conditions. The Overland is, in every sense,
an all-around family car. It was designed to make
driving and riding comfortable. In no other car can you
get so many comforts and conveniences unless you pay
a much higher price which is absolutely unnecessary.
Model 81 $850 F. 0. B. Toledo
3 1 1C
NOW IS THE TIME
Tennesse Red Cedar Rounds
Wisconsin White Cedar Quarters, Halves
"Inquire About the 'Bull Dog Fence Anchor' '
THE DULONE-AVEBY GO.
"Let Us Solve Your Fence Post Worries"
Help Us Pick The
Most Popular Girl
in Red Cloud
The best qualified people'we know of to settle
this momentous question are folks who carry the
Every owner of a Parker Pen is entitled to one
vote for every cent the pen costs. A $2.50 pen
will count for 250 votes a $4 pen for 400 votes
and so on. Every one who purchases a Lucky
Curve Pen of us during the contest gets double
votes. Ask us for folder giving rules of contest.
The winner ot the contest will receive a beautiful
pearl and gold mounted 57.00 Parker Lucky Curvo
Fountain Pen as a prize. J !
Contest ends June 15. Read the rules and go
to it. Watch our windows for daily records.
Jeweler and Optometrist
On lust lVuliiy itf lui noon tho Flunk
Mil llitfh .School hull tt'tini ctosscd huts.
vjtli tin- loci I I i Ik I behool loam ;m (I
do fo 11 id them hi it lUtle.s-, game by it
seoto of 11 to 11. Thu Koil Cloud team
entered tho tfiime en or confident liy
thu tliuiblvi! defeat of Cowles on thu
foiu part of the week, mid together
with looiu playing and Inability to hit
in times of need eiiusod their defeat.
Gros enois by Kidd and Lindloy were
Responsible for scvuinlhcoics and weie
t le tui tiiir of several batting inllies
by the Frank Unites.
iMolkle pitched for Fiankliti and was
touched for eleven hits and eight fieu
ti ip- to tlrbt base l'oltilclcy ami Gigor
both hit tho leather for home inns
w illu 1'opo was content with 11 two
b.i3'tfor. rriiiiklin utilised Zelbs to with
diaw in the fourth inning after he had
been touched for blx lilt-. l'olniuky
llnihhing the game allowing only u
six hits and had the game won only
to have it thrown away on passed balls
and enois In the ninth.
The locals have the material for n
btroug tuutn and with a little woihing
together would develop a strong team,
hiving a strong line of hitters and slab
urtibts. Fi Iday's game proved tho fact
t mt the boys were not capable of tak
ing all chances offered them by their
opponents. Stupid base running lost
them at least three runs and would
h ivo turned the game lut(a different
bcoie. Bono the midget short stop of
tho visitors was the btar of that aggre
gation in both Holding mid batting, his
WJrk in tho short Hold being remark
able, while at the pluto he connected
for thteo safe blows out of live times
We have n few words to say o 1 the
oiUuiatiiiK of tho Franklin umpire, if
he could be cnllad one after four inn
ings of sublime elfoits towards his own
team was requested to leave tho Held
and his successor tho Professor from
Fianklin helped matters little. Thoy
ofllciatcii in a manner that drow only
tho jeeis from tho crowd and while
their duties as umpiring bases was only
11 small part of theofllciating It caused
n good deal of hard feelings. Any Red
Cloud runner who stealing bases was
a sine out if the visiting umpire saw
him. The following is the score:
12 3 4 5 0 7 8 0-U H E
Franklin. ,3 1 1 !! 0 u II 3 4 H 12 5
Red Cloud.. 1 2 112 3 10 0-11 11 1)
Batteries FrHnklln: Monkte, Ream
and Jastrum. Red Cloud: Zeiss, Pol
nicky and I'ichler. Umpiro Hassinger
for Red Cloud.
Editors And Preacher
Address Business Men!
The t'oinmeicial Club met Tuesday
at the Royal hotel, tor lis logular
monthly discussion of matters that re
late to the w el fine of Red Cloud.
After an elegant live eouise "feed,"
which only tho Royal knows how to
h'fvt, F. j Maurei as toastmastor
liitrod iced A B. MeAithiir of Tho
Chief. Tho I'ditoi, after a few happy
lematks as to his ortorleal abilities,
s.irung a manuscript and gave his
homers many ideas as to, "The Value
of Ad ei Using" He explained how it
was not the long wordy advertisement
that peoplo lead, but it is tho ad that
ii light to the point that people notice.
In speaking further 01. the subject Mr
McArthur said that if nieichunts
would udveitlso as conslstentlv as
Sears A. Saw buck, eto , that they would
get better letiirns.
Editor V. 1) Edson of tho Argus,
seemed to have gotten his "foot iuto
it" last week by publishing what ho
would do with 6100 if he had it. Tho
Commercial Club walled on him inl
ine (lately, ami he explained all in a
lucid and convincing manner, taking
as his bubjeot, "How Cau SIU0 l!c
Spent To llest Advantage For Tho
Good of The City." Mr. Edson bald
that what Red Cloud needed was co
operation, with the fiii'tiiots in the vi
cinity fit Red Cloud. Ho said that the
farmers did not care for our smokers
nud foods, but were iuteicsted in good
roads, and that if we cou'd raise this
mouoy the people in the rural districts
would soon Hud our wares and come
to our town.
Rev. J.L. Ileobo was next iutioduced
and made many beneficial and in
structive suggestions 011 tho subject,
"How and What To Advertise." He
explained tho history of advertising,
and said that it was over 3000 jeurs
ago that tho first ad was put out to
tho public. Mr. lloebe gave many in
stances where cities had impioved
their business by judicious advertising.
James Mitchell, W. I). Edson and
Walter Miushall wero appointed to
make arrangements for tho June
meeting of tho club.
In this week's Issue will be found
the annual report of City Cleric O. C.
Teel, which for luck of spBco wc wero
unable to.publlsh last weok.
Mrs. Geo. Harris was operated on this
week in Hastings and hor many friends
hope for her speedy recovery.
HBNRY COOK, M. D.
DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL
SUPPLIES AND TOILET ARTICLES J
We Pat It
Ask yourself a question or
two and answer them fairly
and squarely. Then figure if
you are getting what's com
ing to you in the way of
Do your dresses look as at
tractive as some of your
friends and neighbors, who
pay the same price? Does
the material put in your dress
have the quality that you
If you get the right goods
at the right prices you are
bound to overcome a lot of
dilliculties. We are showing
a beautiful line of Summer
Dress Goods and Trimmings,
and we are sure we can
Our time against yours
will you look?
Roscoe P. Weesner & Co.
Pay Cash and
Get Stamps : :
Of conferring with you as to
youi Account. While adhering
to a policy of safety and con
servatism, we make it a point
to give to our customers close
personal attention and an in
telligent recognition of their
needs. If the highest character
of personal banking service ap
peals to you wo shall esteem it
a favor to be honored with a
visit from you. v
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
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