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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1915)
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RED CLOUD, XBBRASKA, NOV KM WKll !1, I !.".
It Isn't Hard To Save
It is only hard lo sfat saving,
and thai is only because you think
it is. StBS't 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,
RKD CLOUD. NEBRASKA
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Suits - Overcoats ''
Beaver City Boys
Play Fast Gamej
on l.vst I'riil.n tlif lui'iil hi'll soliool
fuit bull team jnurnejeil to Ueuver.
i ty where they playeil tlmt team,
!iii-,lni; tiy ti score of - to '.), lied !
Cloud wa haiiilienpped by the loss i)f
two rt'KilliiiN I'opo ntitl llal.ur, who'
could not play on account, of studies.
lied Cloud kicked olV to Heaver City
who relurueil li yards and weie held
for downs. He 1 Cloud made 115 yards
1 on downs and then on a (0 yard plunge
; thru line baiuly lo-l a totiuhdownon a
' rumble. Kft Cloud looses ball on
, downs and Heaver City punted on Hist
'duttti. Kir-l half was scoreless and
jtiMins played about evenly.
Second half opened with lied Cloud
receiving iiinl reluming the ball 00
yutils on seriis of days ball iscari'led
tn Uenvnr Citj's 2(1 yard line where
'd.MpUieU fails, liall'is Heaver City's
j i'ii .' ly.trd line, llud Cloud recovers
! ball on a fumble and carries ball over
a touchdown. Nuwhoiisu finubUiiK Iho
' ball iiver the bne. Heaver City reeov-
eis tall on '20 yard line and lied Cloud
curiics ball back- to J"iyard line, where
, l'olnieliy scored .1 on n drop kick.
Heaver City scored two touchdowns
in la-t quarter on a series of forward
passes and line plays, failing at tjoal.s
on both, being gieatly helped by thu
innuiuerablo fuiubles by llud Cloud,
who fumbled the ball at most disaster
ous times. Kidd, llystn and I'olnlcky
started for lied Cloud. Heaver City
has been challenged for a game hero
(luring tile banners' Institute, but will
probably not accept. The locals think
with their regular line-up they would,
change the score of last week. Heaver
City phtyed good, clean ball and
treated the bins in a tine manner.
Thoe going to Heaver City were:
$5, $10, $15, $16.50
All The New Ones
j PAUL STOREY
Just Received A Car Of
In three rod rolls, from four foot high, six cables,
oak and hard yellow pine slatts.
Inexpensive But Efficient
Guards corn from stock but allows sufficient room
for air circulation
Just What This Year's Corn Needs
THE MA LONE-AVERY CO.
"TALK WITH US ABOUT CRIBBING"
Kidd It K
Nun house HUH
Substitutes A lies, Newhouse.
J. M. Burgess Wins
One Ton Of Coal
On last Thursday evening Malone
Avery Co., closed their guessing con
test as to the weight of the large lump
of Pinnacle coal, which they have hud
on display in front of their ollice for
several weeks past. John Hurgess, by
his guess of nil.", pounds, came within
VI pounds of the exact weight, the
lump weighing 3127, and by .so doing,
he is to receive free one ton of coul.
John Wittwer and llobt. McCallutii,
chcIi guessed the lump nt !M 10, and
will each receive u Imlf it ton of coal
free. Considerable interest was (lis
played and a largo number of our citl
zens tried their ability at guessing. The
following Is a list of those guessing
yory close, and the amounts guessed:
.1 M Burgess 0J15
llobt MuCallum 3J40
John Wittwer .'JUQ
A M Aultz 3100
Hoy Baker .'MOO
Jud Halley :ilf,0
Jno Oouldle UlOO
Clarence Lewis .'JlllU
C N LoveruhccU IJtlO
MrsJosophF Pierce HlUO
yiin lloburtson 3100
SK Florance 3155
T A McMurray .'IttIO
J H Hoyco :ilo0
Lowest guess, ItUSi highest, 7.000
Kor the best biead from either May
bust or Puritan Hour; 1st premium. ''
sacks of Hour; 2nd premium, 1 sack of
Hour. A sweepstakes of tlueo dollars
is ottered for thu best loaf from the
All Is In Readiness
For Big Institute
The ti,g I'.il.'i Farmers' Institute
starts net Tuesday. The last finish
ing touches of the llual preiaralions
aid bci nt: eaiefully iiuido and every
thing will bo In readiness when the
d ly arrive-. It is eonlldetitly expected
that the ehibiiH of nil kinds will far
excell any previous ell'ort Special
programs uro prepared for the oven-j
ings consisting of splendid music,'
speaking ainl singing. Thei(will lie
soiuetliing fur all and something
doiiu; all the time. Ilrillg your nicest
products, your broadest smile, and a'
notebook nod spend the week with
While it is impossible at this time'
to pulili-h an olllcial program, tluii
following outline will furnish cm
si lerable iuformatioii along this line:
Tuesday Kn try day
Tue-duy I. veiling Musical enter.
taliiuiciit and -pealciug by Messis. j
Ovoriii,r, IPacklednoand Maurer.
Wednesday Morning Judging of
Wednesday Afternoon - domestic
Science demonstration and music oy
Wednesday livening- Music by the
High School chorus Orchestra music. '
Speaking by Kx Congicssinan 10. M..
Thursday Morning Stock judging. I
Thui'sduy Afternoon Music by tlic
grades. Domestic Science demons! ra-1
Thursday Evening Sp"iillug by
Friday Afternoon Parade, headed
by the lied Cloud baud and school
Friday Hvening Speaking by City
Superintendent Whitehead and Prof.
Teed of Lincoln.
Prof. Fowler of the State University
will judge horses; Prof. Wren cattle
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WHEN YOUR WATCH KEEPS ACCURATE TIME AND CAN BE
RELIED ON, IT IS A REAL BLESSING. IS YOURS?
IF NOT, BRING IT TO US. WE ARE EXPERTS AND CAN FIX IT
AND REGULATE IT SO THAT IT WILL KEEP CORRECT TIME.
OR IF YOU NEED A NEW WATCH FOR YOURSELF, YOUR WIFE
OR YOUR BOY, COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU WHAT WE HAVE.
WE HAVE MANY INEXPENSIVE WATCHES, ALL GOOD TIME
KEEPERS, AS WELL AS THE MORE EXPENSIVE KIND.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGH1;THEN THE PRICE-RIGHT.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
:? C. H. & Q. Watch Inspector
mid agricultural exhibits; John Ham
ilton, hogs; Judge llasebrook will
scoro chickens, and a lady, whose
name we wore unable to learn, but
who is connected with thu state Uni at I'd A mack's store.
verslty, will act as j'ldga of tho
C. A Mercer the piano tuner will bo
here in November Leave your order
THE DATES OF THE
AT RED CLOUD ARE
November 16, 17, 18, 19
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JAMES J. HILL the great
rail road magnate advises the
farmers not to hold their Wheat
for too high prices. The estimate
of the world's wheat crop for 1 9 1 5
is 496,000,000 bushels larger
than the year 19T4.'
Owing to the Dye situation
all Print goods have advanced. (
Calicoes arc all 1c higher.. We.
are still selling the best Simpson & '
American Prints at...
How About That Winter Underwear ?
Statistics show that about 85 per cent of the Men's
Underwear that is sold in the United Slates is purchased by
the women. Wc carry a full line of Men's Underwear-two
piece, heavy fleeced garments, at...
50 Cents Per Garment
Ribbed and fleeced Union Suits, exlra quality, $1 per suu
We also carry Wool Uuion Suits at $1.50 lo $3.00
One Lot Ladies' Coals. Regular
prices $10.00 to $15.00.
On sale for Insti- Q C
tule Week only 90lv
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For Institute" Week
Iso have the most
5CC$ty 'jtomPlete ne o! Ladies'
' PTT&jfi Misses' and Children's
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Underwear that is being
shown in the city.
Make Our Store Your Headquarters
During Farmers9 Institute Week
R. P. Weesner & Co.
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