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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1915)
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RED CLOUD, XJfiURASKA. OOTOUIOU 'JH, Jillo.
Red Cloud Team
The lU-tl Clmiil High .School foot
bull team defeated tin- Superior toain
in the local ginuuds ln-t Friday ly n
score of 27 to (), bcfoio a large crowd.
Superior was not in class with tho
locals mid was penalised ninny times
for roughplay. Superior's halfback
Dortiuin was vanished trom the gnmo
by Uoforoe (Jollatly for rough tactics.
The local' goal was novor In dauber.
The ploying xif Wilson at tackle was
a feature, ho spoiling niiitiv plays for
SiiptMior, and also hloolcliiK many of
their punts. Stellar worked by Kldd,
while linker, Overleose and l'opcinade
many long gains for the locals.
The game stinted with Hod Cloud
kicking out of bounds and ball was
Superior' on their Stt-ynrd line. Su
perior whs thrown back G yards mid
lost tho ball on their flrat' down. Hod
Cloud opened their play with a for
ward pass from Overleoso to Kldd for
15 yards for first touchdown after three
minutes of play. Zeiss failed at goal,
score ( to 0.
Red Cloud 'cored again at opening
of becond quarter Superior on Itli
down punted It.'i yards ami 0vcrlee.se
returned r yard.. The back field took
turns, making In yards, and on
next dowu mude (S more. Overleose
then passed 20 yards to Heed who
scored a touchdown. Zeiss kicked
goal, score UltoO.
Later in tho second quarter a for
ward pass, Oveileeso to Halter, added
IS yards and then Overlocso on a fako
pass went thru tho Held for !lo yards
for Hed Cloud's 3rd touchdown. Zeiss
kicked goal, score 20 to 0.
In the Hnl quarter Hed Cloud added
hur 1th scoie Superior kicked 10
yards. Pope returned "0 yards, the
bHckhhit the line for 1! yard", Pope
adile I M yiuds on an end run, reach
ing thelU yard line. After an ex
change of punts it with Hod Cloud's
ball on the 00 yard line. Hod Cloud
made downs and Supeiior was penal
hcen 15 yards mid Hertram w.is put out
of the game. On next downs back
Held gained lC yards, ami on a for
ward puss of 2." yards, Overleeso to
Halter, they scored tholr last touch
down. Zeiss kicked goal, score 27 to'
(). Kcd Cloud carried ball within
scoring distance sevcrul times but
failed at drop kicks Final score 2? to
0. Referee, Uellatley. Umpire. Stone.
Timekeeper, Meyers. Quarters, 15
Weekly Weather Forecast
Weuther forecast for the week be
ginning Wednesday, Oct. 27, '15 issued
by the U. S. Weather Hureau, Wash
ington, D. C , for the Upper Missis
sippi Valloy and Plains States:
There will be rain Wednesday or
Thursday in tho Northwest, extending
Thursday ulght and Friday into the
central Plulns States nnd the Upper
Mississippi Valley, probably followed
again by fair weather Sunday. Tern
poratures will rise early in the week
mid should again fall Friday or Satur
day, but no unusally low tompcratures
The K. Jl. Smith farm, containing 70
G.VIOO acres, 2 houses, one moJoin;
good now barn, chicken house, city
water, about 10 ucres of alfalfa, bal
ance farm land and pasture. Price
810,000. Terms, S3.000 cash, thst
mortgago of 55,000 in ten years at 0
per cent semi-annually, 2nd mortgago
of 52,000 for five years at 0 per cent
semi-annually, with prlvllego of pay
lug any or all at tiny timo. Write orsee
15 G. Uohanan, Lincoln, Nebr.,
Or W. II, Rosenorans,
Agent, Red Cloud
Miss Mabel Iialley is visiting rela
tives at Cowlcs,
Mrs. S. M. Carl came down from
Long Island, Kas., today to visit her
brother, J. A. MoArthur und family.
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Farmers' Institute '
Will Be Large Affair
The program ronnii Itee in barge of
tho runnel's Institnto me rapidly
bringing their plans to completion.
They haw piouiised us something dif
ferent this year and they will have
something fining on all the lime
The following local speakers have
been seemed thus fm: Rev. Myers, l I
.J. Miiud.iy, Fied Maurer, K, .1. Over
iug.lr.Kov lleebe, L. II. Illackledge, '
Pi oL Whitehead and Prof. Wren. The I
committee Is not ready to give the1
mines of tin out of town speakers
owiuu to the fact that the statu uni
versity lias not yet. made up its list,'
however wo aro assured of the very
best that tho University lias.
One of the big features during tho
liisilute will be tho parade of the
school children. Tills pirade never
falls to please and we may bo sure that
it will be up to stundaid this year as
The poultry and' agricultural ex
hibits and tho speaking will be held in
the Petuisou building. Tho horses,
mules and cattle will bo cared for In
the Koontz tie barn; the hogs and
sheep in the Star bam.' AH the ladles
department will be on exhibition in
tlie Xewhou-o building.
The poultry, apples and corn exhibits
this year will far surpass anything
before displayed. Ample room is
b ing left 'Jor these departments utld
it Is expected that the livaliy will be
A glance at tho program mid the
arraugmeiits being made will show
that the Institute this year will be
conducted on a far larger and broader
lil.iii than ever before Kvcrythlng
ficoiis usual mid a gieat trout in store
llev. Iluuimel o;oiipied tliu pulpit
ast Sunday morning The pastor
having been called away for a funoial,
Special services have begun at Ash
Creek eburc . You are uiged to at'
Because the trains did not muko
connections the pastor had a chance to
hear Hilly Sunday. Friends at Wabash
invited mo to go with them it: mi auto
mobile so wo heard him four times. A
great man ami culled of God.
There will bo tho usual services dur
ing the week which will bo led by
sumo of the laymen. Tho pastor will
preach on Sunday.
Wo will be glad to read the letters
of those who desire to present them
next Suuday morning.
Just as soon as meetings close at
Ash Creek wo will baptize other candi
dates at the evening services.
Don't forgot to como to Sunday
school and stay for church, Nov. 7th,,
The Fanner's Institute will bo hold
November 10, 17, 18 and lDtli.
Tho Free Ticket- from Red Cloud
Merchants to their patrons from out
of town tiro not intended for those liv
ing within a hair mile of tho city limits
and will not be accepted for admission
at Tho Tepee, except from those living
outside tho above limits.
Next Sunday the new lime card for
the Hiirllugtou louto will go into
offect. The principal ehango In this
vicinity will bo the discontinuing f
trains No. land 11 between hero mid
Oxfoid. It is reported that 7 and 8
will be discontinued between Oxford
and Wruy as well as 9 and 10 taken oil'
tho main lino.
Tho series of live and six reel plays
at the Tepee- each Wednesday and
Thursday arc equal to the vory best
shown anywhere, und are worth an
extra price of admission, but it was
thought that by running theso pic
tures two nights thoycould be shown
at rcgulur prices. Tho pictures are
well worth your patronage mid the
Tepee management hopes to make the
plan a success and give you tiie best
in pictures at a moderate price,
SlWli 1PII: Charming
HOWEVER CHARMING A WOMAN MAY BE, SELECTIONS OF
OUR ENCHANTING JEWELRY WILL ENHANCE THOSE CHARMS. IN
FACT, A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IS 'EXPECTED TO ADORN HERSELF
WITH BEAUTIFUL JEWELS.
WE HAVE JEWELS, RARE AND PRECIOUS. COME PRICE
THEM. YOU WILL FIND THAT YOU CAN AFFORD TO BUY THEM.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
lire. H. & Q. Watch Inupcctor
New Viewpoint On
in our nightgowns' Hutu is more
than usual bust room; in nightshirts'
tlio nrinhdk'H uro largor. Our
styles nro distinctive in design,
specific in purpose. Our Ladies'
Gowns sot new length and width
standard and give tho fullncHH of
"Nightie" Book Free
Let tin know nnd we will have
sent to your nddroHfr. FKEE, The
hIiowh tho most advanced ideas and
newest styles in sleeping wear for
Men, Women and Children. Any
number in tho hook that we do not
carry in Htock, we will ho glad to
order for you.
WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF YOUR
PLAN TO ATTEND THE INSTITUTE
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