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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 2, 1915)
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It Isn't Hard To Save
It is only hard to stairt saving,
and that is only because you think
it is. Start 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
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Suits - Overcoats
$5, $10, $15, $16.50
AH The New Ones
SAVE IT ALL
Don't throw your corn on the ground. Slat
cribs are cheap. Store safely until you shell, throw
your cobs back in your crib. When cobs are gone,
roll up crib and store for next year or use for
Come In And Inspect Those Cribs,
They Will Save You Money. v
THE M ALONE-AYERY CO.
"TALK WITH US ABOUT CRIMING"
Paul Kidd Elected
Captain For 1916
Oil liiit Tliuisil.iv ulteinooii, bcfoio
u luge unil enthusiastic ciowd, thu
, local High .School loot hull eleven
sw.unpcd tlit Academy timm from
Fruulctln hy u .score of (iii to 0 Though
thty game wis very one sided, It
biought pleasant and joyous memories
to those who Imvo tasted defeat bo
foie from furmer Academy teams,
lteiug the closing game of tho season,
the locals, luspiicd with tho thought
of it being their last game in high
Mihoul, played with every iiiimv of
vigor they eould eoaiinmid.
For the locals though each man
played lianl, htar work by I'olnicWy,
Xelss, Wilson, IVtohlor, Key mid
Saladen were noticeable. Ovei'lecse
was the consistent ground gainer, ami
his open playing thrilled the crouds
time after time. With this guuio the
locals closed u successful season, win
ning live games and losing two, (.coring
1!)." poiut.s to opponents M, and win
ning tlie Republican Valley champion
hhip and claimants of tho Southwestern
With this game tho following leave
tho local gridiron, after boveral years
of foot bull tor tholr alma mater'
Polnlohy, Wilson, Zeiss, Saladeu, Toy,
1'etchlcr and Ryan,, who played his
first year of foot ball. At a meeting
of tho foot ballsquad Monday evening
Paul Kidd wos elected captain for 101G
and, with Ovcrlcese, Pope uud llaker of
thc regulars will form a nncullus of a
winning team next year. Under the
coaching of Coach Medlar, thc team
has shown a marked elHciency, in tho
liner points of the game than dis
played in former years. Below wo
show a few particulars of tho game
Score by quaiters las 4 totals
Franklin Academy 0 0 o 0 0
Red Cloud 0 10 u'l 20 GO
Touchdowns I'olnicky, (1; Kidd, ".';
Goals Zeiss, 4; I'oluicky, s.
Referee Gcllatly; Umpire, Sherer
of Lincoln; Timekeeper, Whitehead;
Twelve Ask For Citizenship
Monday, November '20th, Natural
ization Examiner, W. J. Wolf, was
present in District Court and repres
ented the Naturalization Depaitmcnt
in the hearing of twelve petitions for
Two were dismissed without pre
judice, threo continued, to allow the
applicants to becomo better informed,
and thc following admitted:
Frederick William Schroedcr, Guide
Rock, Henry Frederick Gestring,
Rosemout; Otto Harmon Sack, Blue
Hill; William August Stearn. Cowlcs:
Km!) Kriist Hack, Blue Hill; William
Spilker, Bluo Hill; James Bramwcll,
F. W. Cowden Honored
Frank W. Cowden has been annotat
ed by Governor Morhoad as a delegato
to the Southern Commercial Congress
to be hold at Charleston, S. C, Decem
ber 13 to 17th. The appointment is
an empty one, from a financial view
point, tho delegates named boiiiL'
obliged to pay their own expenses or
have tho same paid by tho Commercial
Club to which they belong. The Chief
Is of tho opinion tlint much good can
be obtained, bv u man of Frank
Cowden's ability, at a congress of this
kind, and we trust that tho Commer
cial Club of this city may seo Its way
clear to furnish tho funds and pre
vail upon Mr. Cowden to attend.
The Culmination Of
A Childhood Romance
On Wednesday cenlng. December
lsl at ri :tn oVlock. at Hie homo of the
lit hies p.ucMls, uiiitheast of this I'ily,
Re 'J h. Beebe, pionotiiiced the
words which united Tor life, Frank J.
Meliitush and .Miss Maude Ciow, mid
b sodding biought to a culmination
i imicc which begun in childhood.
Aflei the ei'ii'inony a bountiful wed
ding supper was served.
The bride is the charming mid ac
complished dmiuhter of Mr. and Mrs.
.Joe t iow. mid since giadiiating fiom
the Ked I loud High School, with Hie
class of liill. she has .successfully
taught school. She is a young lady of
pleasing personality, ono whom to but
know is to 1 je, uud Is inclusively a
Webster county product, having been
born and tuisod In tills county.
The groom is a son of Mr. mid Mis.
Jim Mcintosh, and is a young man
who possesses in every way all or tho
necessary qualifications which arc
needed to make an ideal husband. He
in also a Webster county product, and
a giaduato of tho Hod Cloud High
School, class of lul I Since finishing
sohool lie has been engaged in farming
with his father.
The young couple will go to housd
keeping on the Jim Mcintosh farm
west of this city. The Chief along
with the entire community wish them
ft.oug, happy and prosperous life. '
An Early Morning Fire
Saturday morning atyout 2 'o'clock
tho citizens of this city were aroused
from thoir peaceful blumbor by thc
sound of the firo alarm. The sceno of
the oontlagration proved to be tho resi
dence of Mrs. Minnie Turner, in tho
tlrst ward. Tho lire department re
sponded promptly, but owing to tho
long run necessary, tho firo had made
such headway before their arrival that
it. was impossible to get It under con
trol, and tho house, together with tho
most of her household effects, was
entirely consumed. The blaze was
caused by tho explosion of a gasolene
stove. Tho loss was partly covered bv
makes the besl
OUR JEWELRY STORE IS THE BEST STORE TO BUY CHRISTMAS
GIFTS BECAUSE YOU CAN SELECT THEM FROM THE JEWELRY
WORKSHOPS OF THE WORLD.
WHETHER IT IS FOR "HER" OR -HIM," OR FOR GRANDMA RIGHT
DOWN TO THEM0Y, WE HAVE JUST THE THING YOU WANT AT THE
PRICE YOU WANT TO PAY.
PUR NAME ONA BOX IS QUALITY INSURANCE. WE CAN AID
YOU IN YOUR SELECTIONS IF DESIRKD.
WE MAKE ''QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
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tSTC. B. & Q. Watch Inspector
Rert Hatfield has purchased W. C.
Pickery's lunch room at tho depot and
has taken possession of the sanio.
Looking For Ford Owner
Sheriff Hedge lias been busy the past
few weeks trying to find the owner of
a 1011 model Ford car which he has in
his possession. Two boys drove the
car to Krod Nell's, in the east part of
tho county, a few weelcs ago and left
it. Tho numbeis havo all been ro
moved from tho machine, and since
tho parties who left it at Mr. Noff's
have left for parts unknown, it is very
evident that It was stolen.
Miss Grace Shorer spent Thanks
giving in this city with her mother,
Mrs. Clara Sherer.
Fire Damages "Tin Lizzie"
Last Friday, Paul Francis thc popular
salesman for Swift & Co., with head
quarters at this piano, put Ids Ford,
car in a garage at Orloaus, for tb,a
night. Tho garago caught fire, and
any number of automobiles were com
pletely consumed. Paul, however, was
a little more fortunate than n good
many other, as investigation proved
thai his "Tin M..ie," while being,
badly damaged, was still in tho ring,
and by making u few repairs, "she'.'
could again be placod in runninj
I. O. O. F. Elects Officers
On Monday evening tho I O. O. F,
lotlgo elected the following olllcors for
Hie ensuing term:
Noblo Grand II. W. Stewart.
Vlco Giand Georgo Smith.
Secretary W. O. Hamilton.
Treasurer y. R, Florauoe.
Trustee Paul Storey.
And These Will Be Busy Days
For All. Let Us Help You
Plan Your Christmas Presents
SERGES ARE GOOD
As showing the strong
position of Serges it may
be well to mention that
Paris jobbers are ordering
from American manufac
have adopted Serges for
We have them to show
you in a good range of
5oc to $1.50
Ribbed weaves in variety
are being much favored.
36-in. Taffetas, the best
Crepes are still partic
3G-in Crepe De Chines
40-in Crepe De Chines
R. P. Weesner & Co.
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