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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 21, 1915)
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RED CLOUD, XEJIRASKA, OOTOllKH Jl, 1J15.
It Isn't Hard To Save
It is only hard lo start saving,
and that is only because you think
it is. St&rt saving today by
depositing whatever money you can
spare in this bank where the safety
of your money is guaranteed, not
only by us but by the Depositors
Guarantee Fund of the slate of
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
CAPITA I Mil.-.ooo
$10 to $25
"Up To Now"
Satisfaction Or Your Money Back
Weds Lincoln Girl
Tlio following in tide tuiien fiom tlio
Lincoln Daily Star of Fiiduy, October
I lt'itli, tells of tlio wedding (if ii promt
jneut mid highly icspcctcd young lit
torney of tliit. city, to u chin tiling uiiil
accomplished jomig lady of Lincoln:
"The man iageof Miss Claudl.i llirdlo
Chaplin anil Mr. Itiausoii Washburn
Stcwait w. is celebrated last night ut
the homo of the bride's patents, Mr.
tuul Mis. S. Ii. Chaplin. The man Inge
vows were exchanged lit S o'clock, the,
Kev. Jeffries, p.istor of St. I'ntil M. K.
chinch olllclating. Tlieio weto no at
tciulitiits except the little llower glil
Muigictha Finch, cousin or the bride,
who curried it basket of lose petals
which were strewn in the pathway of
the bridal couple as they approached
the bimer of sniilux, palms and h.sos,
In fionl of which they stood during
the ceieinony. Tho bride's slitei, Mih
L. A Jones of Rochester, X. Y. sang,
' ''O' Promise Me," ' accompanied by
Mis-t Mary llolcomb. The Mendelssohn
'"Wedding Match'" was pla.cd by
Mis William l)umktoegi.r. ol Clay
toni.i Diiiiinr tin oeroiiionv ' "Tr.m-
ineiei' ' was heaid.
'The biide was attitcd in a white
satin gown fashioned with a train with
an overdrape of Ueorgctto crepe mid
tiimmlngs of pc.irls and duchess luce.
The biidal veil was held to thecolil'iue
with n cluster of valley lilies and the
biidal bouquet was a shower of loses
and valley liliesu.
' Miss 1oriul Ingham assisted in re
ceiving and dltuctlng the guests. Miss
Kli.ubeth Wilklns was In ehiinro of
(he diniiur loom, iissistod hv tin.
groom's sister, .Miss Carrie Stcwait.
and the bride's cousin, Miss Norma
Ivreieg and Ida Wilkins. Mibs Annie
Kreig hud chuige of the guest book.
'both the biidu and groom aie grad
uates of the l.inuolfi High School
The gi ooin is now a practiclnir attor
ney lit lied Cloud. He and his bilde
will lemuiu in the city over Sunday
ami will bo at home to their fi lends at
lied Cloud, after November 10
Mr and Mrs. Stewart ai lived in tin
c'ty Monday evening nnd huvo taken
up their residence In the hou-o recent
ly encted by E. U. Ovejimiu in the
west part of the city. The Chief along
with the ninny fiiends of the biide
andgioom wish them much joy and
Red Cloud Team
f ui s p I crowd braved the drix.ly
I'rtin lust riida tiftei noon to see the
local high school i levon win ,ts Hist
guiiii' at home.
The game was played on a muddy,
slippery Held, nptking fast football ilil
possible. The Lebanon (Kansas) high
school eleven proved uuiiblu lo stop
the ('insistent playing of the locals
uiul drew the shot! end ol the 17 to Kt
Lebanon showed much open play,
tile foiwaid miss IikIiii- ilul,- mnln
factor stalling eighteen forward pusses
and completing eight passu., for one
bundled and twentyfoiir auls, two ol
which scoicd their only touchdowns,
lied Cloud stinted twenty two passes
completing sevuii for nlnelytwo yunls,
Xelss punting for Ked Cloud avoiaged
torly yuiiH, in his kicks of thb oval,
kleUing two goals and diopping inlmp
kick Loin tlio twenty live yaul line in
tlio second ipiiu tei.
Individual uientlonol the locals in
elude I'upe, playing his Hist game.
Orel loose. Uyaii, Kldd and I'itchlur.
the game stutled with Ked Cloud
Kicking forty yauls Lebanon letuiit
lug llfteen jnrds, tried torward pass
for thirty yaids and again completed
pass lor thirty yards. Kidd heto re
placed New house lied Cloud iiuiuil
J.ed five jards for oll'sldc. Lebanon on
her llrst down fumbled and thiec
yiudson next down woie again tliiown
back for a loss and in the thiid and
fourth downs lost ground and lied
Uoitd gained possession of the ball
j PAUL STOREY
OPEN TO ALL
See the lump of Pinnacle Coal in front of our
office and register your name and guess now.
Guesser coming nearest the exact weight
gets one ton of Pinnacle Lump Coal. Second near
est one half ton.
It Costs Nothing to Guess
Contest Closes November 4, 1915
I M MAL0NE-AVERY CO.
The School Hoard was in session all
day Wednesday and until 10:30 at
night, listening to architects who pro
posed to mukc tlio plans, etc , for the
new high school building.
Theio weio architects here from
Omnlm, Kansas City, Columbus and
After all had been heaid tho Hoard
made tho award to R. A. Bradley of
Hustings, who will beirin woik as soon
nstho bonds me reglsteioi. A sketch
of his design, which may Inter bo
chungod some, may be seen at tho
store of Secretary Tope.
TALK WITH IS ABOUT COAL"
SheiilT O D. Hedge located at
Hsbon, Kansas, a new O-evllnder.
7.pussenger, ?',',r.oo liuick automobile,
wnicli Had been stolen a few wetks
ligo, fiom in front of a theatie, on one
of tho main ttrioti of Ci nd Island.
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. ..i ui.ui urn, siuiuii nui em- ni i.suon
u week ngoSunduj mid lolt f.ir p.irlo
""""" lull III'IMUII, bill ill)
Hedge iii company with hl.onfi.' tins
Seivcrs of C.iand I.sliiud, went to
Csbon and seemed thu car, Mi.
Solvers driving it buck to Urand
Island. No doubt the gentloman who
purloined the machine will find that
Sheilil" Hedge is on the job, should ho
ever so far forget himself as to cull or
send for the machine.
lied Cloud niude two yurds thioiurl
tueklo, no guln on second down Zeiss
punted thiitjllve .wiids Lelmnon ic
tinned live yards. Lebanon was
tin own buck ten yards on her Mist
down. Hed Oloml iiiMiultyinl it v.. i,.i,l.
foroll-ide On two line bucks Lebanon
lost two yards and foi wind piss netted
thui twentyyards. '1 hi ec downs gave
Lebanon three yatd, and torward puss
-coted Lebanon's Hist touch down
but failed to kick goal, score D lo 0.
Lobaiion kicked loity yards to lied
Cloud which whs letiuned twenty
jauls Ituil Cloud kicked tlility jaids
on thlid down. Lcbiinou downed with
nt return on thiec pisses which full
id Lebunoii lost the bull, Ked Cloud
lulled on two pusses. ubunoii icceiv
ed puss, mid made nineteen yauls on
two downs, loosing bull again on
downs, lted Cloud hit the line for six
jut ds and was penalized ten ymds foi
loughlng. First ijuaiter ended with
bull In lied Cloud's possession. Ked
L. oud forced to kick on fouith down
Zeiss punting fort j live juuN. Leban
on failed on two pusses but kicked
foity yauls Ked Cloud made live
yaids and Zeiss horn twentjlhe yaid
line tmulc a ptetty drop kick. Score 0
Ked Cloud kicked oil llfteen yards
and Lebanon niado no return but com
pleted pass for ten j arils bofoie they
were forced to kick to Ked Cloud, who
completed the puss Zeiss to Kyan
lor twenty yauls, on two fumbles,
lied Cloud's ball. 1'ono hit the linn
lor llfteen yurds for a touchdown.
Zeiss kioking goal, score Ked Cloud 10
Ked Cloud kickingotrfortyllvo yards.
Lebanon tundo no letuin but woio
foi ced to kick on fourth down. Ked
Cloud's ball, who tried forward pass
mid falkd. Pit st half ovor.
Second half opened with Lebauon
kicking thitty yaids. Suladon toturn
ing ten yurds Hod Cloud was neiml.
ied ten ynrds for otl'side and on thico
Hue bucks made gain. Ked Cloud'
bucks uguln took turns makim? culm.
mid on net doivu lost bull on thno
imomplcte pusses. Lobuuon stuited
I " orus neu Lioud's eon! and mmlu
jd.-rtiis for four time- only to lose bull
o.i u forward pass. Ked Cloud made a
pis-jfor thieo ynrds, mid OvctJcrso
went mound end foi llfteen more.
Kj an added eight, and after a scilis
of pusses Ked Cloud kicked forty yauls
to Lebnnon, who icturned ten yatds.
Lebanon was penalized ten yurds for
ho'ding, but mnde ton yurds on two
- (Continued ou piige )
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