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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 2, 1915)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, SEL'TEariltili J, 15.
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Damaged By Fire
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 we shall esteem it
a favor to be honored with a
visit from you.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
Young Russell Wins
From The Dutchman
At 20, 25, 50
The backward season and general conditions
make it imperative that we unload. We are
going to offer you the greatest opportunity to
save money on CLOTHES that we ever did
and you cannot afford to miss it.
ONLY BLUE SERGES EXCEPTED
In This Sale of Both Men's and Boys' Suits
SPECIAL PRICES ON OXFORDS
AND STRAW HATS
THIS SALE IS FOR CASH
And Cash Only. No Other Terms at These Prices
Think of it! $25 Suits Going at $12.50
JUST Vz PRICE
Do Not Delay! Get In First And
Get The Cream! Do It Now!
On Wednesday noon iillro nliirm was
turned In, and InvesiKutlon disclosed
the fact Unit tliu C. 13. & Q depot was
on tiro. It is supposed tlmt sparks
ftotn mi engine caimcd the blaze,
which, when discovered, was on the
roof nt the freight storage rooms
Tho lire department tespondod prompt
ly, but owing to a strong south wind
tho low water pressure, and the head
way which the tiro had gained, they
ete tumble to get the blaze under
control, before tho building had been
almost totally destioyed. Fioin the
olllce room west, Including the gentle
men's waiting room, tho express and
baggage 100m, the freight storage
room and tho transfer sheds, the tire
made a clean sweep.
All ol tho contents of tho building
with tho exoopMou of some storage
goods, was moved out of range of
the lire. A freight car, which was
being loaded on the north side of the
depot, and which contained tho furni
ture of Win. Bear, a jeweler formerly
in tho employ of 10 II. Newhouse, was
Agent Hush and his assistants have
taken up temporal y ofileo rooms in a
box car, and It U presumed that the
railroad ofllcialls will at ouce begin
to repair the damage caused by the
lu 1913 the old building, which thcJ
city had long since out-grown, and
which, by the way, was an eye soro to
the entire community, was worked
over audi e-tnodeled into the structure
which was so badly damaged as above
stated. While this odilice was con
siderable of an improTctnent over tho
one before it, yet at no time lias tho
city ever secured its just dues from
the C. H. iV, Q Red Cloud's promi
nence as a division point, its ideal lo
cation for the receiving and shipment
of stock, and the largo volume of busi
ness handled hero, entitles the city to
better railroad facilities then it has
ever enjoyed. The entire community
would like to see a new, modern brick
striietuto erected now, not on tho
ashes of this old building, but nt a
point nearer the center of the city.
On last Friday evening another
wrestling match was pulled olf in the
N'owhoiisc building with a latgo num
ber ol the city's best in attendance.
Harold Coplen and lOarl MeKlmmey
put oil the Hist picliminary match and
the latur secured tho llist fall. Tom
MeCalley of i'riei.d and Vernon Zeiss
of this city pulled oil' tho second pro
lliiiiiuiiy. They wore both in good
condition and the match lasted fort)
live minutes without a fall With this
mutch Vernon has tetired fiom the
The main wiestling bout of tho even
ing was then put on. Oliver l'owoll
was the refciee and announced as they
took their places, the wiestlers, llus
soil and the Flying Dutchman nud then
the tussle begun. Russell won the Hist
fftll in fort j four inlnutos and the
second one in thirtythree minutes thus
winning tho match It was very In
teresting and both of tho men were nt
their best. Uoy O-itinan olllclated as
Another match will be pulled oil'
here Friday evening, Sept. lUih., at
which time Young Hiissell will meot
Tummy Doctor, who holds tho champ
ionship of Kansas.
Nrs. Cora Crans
September Jury List
The following la the list of Jurors
who who serve on the jury term of
District Court which convene In this
city on September 1.1th The Jury Is
summoned for the 11th.
Louis F. Kent
O. ,1 IIolmgrHln
A U. Strong
II. H. Crowell
N. U. Slmeihon
W. 0 Wurron
J. A. Toinllnson
W. A. Crary
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WHY, I'VE BEEN EMPLOYED BY THE BEST JEWELRY STORE
IN TOWN--E. H. NEWHOUSE.
MY NAME IS "BEAU BRUMMEL" I AM ALWAYS HAPPY AND
CHEERFUL. I WILL MEET YOU EACH WEEK IN THE NEWSPAPER.
YOU WILL LIKE THE INTERESTING THINGS I WILL TELLJYOU
ABOUT MY JEWELRY STORE.
WE ARE GOING TO BE GREAT FRIENDS.
WE MAKE"QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optomotrlst
Vtt'C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector
Miss Amy Arnold of Blue Hill iw
visiting Miss Penrl Shorer tills week.
Mr. and Mrs. N. It. Hush roturnod
homo the ilrst of tho week from Colo
rado I have opened up tin olllco for the
buying and selllug of real estate, and
will make a specialty of Webster
county land. List yourfatm with me.
Olllce with Webster County Hank.
15 F. Mizmt
S. II. Johnson of Cathorton precinct
was In town Tuesday.
Rov. Dates will return homo ,tho
hist of thoweok and will hold services
in the Episcopal church the next two
Miss Hose McOuiio had the misfor
tune Sunday evening while stepping out
of tho depot door to fall lusiich a man
ner as to fracture one of Ijor limbs.
Are the dollars you spend for thresh
ing coal giving "value received."
"IllinoisEgg Size" produces
steam units per dollar than any
'threshing coal on the market.
THE MALONE-AVERY CO.
"TALK WITH US ABOUT COAL"
On August 2Sth, Mrs. Cora Crans
wife of J. D. (Jrans died at their homo
in this city after on illness of sovernl
weeks. She was born in Westport,
Missouri, November 30th, 1803 uud was
nearly 52 years old. Her maiden name
was Cora Swain and on October 23ndf
18ll she was united in marriage to J.
D. Crans at St. Joseph, Missouri. They
made their homo at St. Joseph for two
years and in August 1800 moved to this
city where they have slnco resided.
Soon after moving here, sho united
with tho Haptlst church and was elect
ed organist, which place sho faithfully
filled for several years.
The funeral sorvlces were held at the
Haptlst church Tuesday afternoon, Rev.
Colo ofllciating. Interment took place
In the city cometory.
Sho leaves to mourn her death a
husband, father, one brother and sister
and a large number of friends.
Weekly Weather Forecast
Weather forecast for tho week bo
ginning Wednesday, Sept. 1,'15 issued
by tho U. S. Weather Hureau, Wash
ington. 1). C , for the Upper Missis
sippi Valley and Plains States: ,
Higher temperatures Wednesday will
be followed by a moderate fall about
Fildnj nnd by seasonable tempcraluic
thereafter. The wouther will be gener
New House For Sale
A now four room house with soteen
ed porcli S by 10 feet. Will soil at a
very reasonable prlco. For further
information inquire of The Chief.
Tho United Sunday school had a pic
Centers of Fashion
From the Great Displays of Advanced Styles
Shown by the Famous LaPorte Mills and From
the Big Fashion Centers We Have Bought Our
Fall and Winter Display of Dress Fabrics
WE chose only the newest and the best. The
first shipment of these La Porto Fabrics
have arrived and are now on display here. Come in and see
these rich Fall and Winter Dress Goods in the beautiful
La Porte Weaves
It will help you to decide what your Fall and Winter
Garments are to be, and if you choose from these new fabrics you
will save money and will know you will be in 'style.
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