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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 15, 1916)
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OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKING
AT YOUR DOOR
RIGHT NOW WELCOME IT
Come Hear the Jdost "Lovable"
jay of Home Pianos
Without doulit the world's richest and ten
detest piano music conies (turn the heart of the
' ' I , i t ThijPlano with 1!iq "Jlomo'Vibrattng .Sounding Board.
A PIANO PLAYER PIANO
Whichever One You Want, Now Is The Time To
Make Your Selections At Opening Sale Of
THE LeROY MUSIC CO.
At Their New Location In Peterson Block
Red Cloud, Nebraska
10 Days satuS June 17
Special Exhibit Features - Big Money Saved
If You Buy Now
A Square, Fair, Straight-Forward Purchasing
Read The Following Carefully:
The ReaSOIl '''or M,vcl'a' yoarH past I have devoted all my
liiuo and cnorny to the Musio ltixiness
haying taught music, lioth String and ISrasn in several of the larger
cities and have had charge of Musical Organizations which liave lieen
of credit to mo and of great satisfaction to the eoniinunity. I be
Iiovc with my past experience, 1 am well qualified to enter the retail
lield and I am in position to not only judge the quality of instruments,
lint can assure my customers of the most possible "value for their
money. To give them the benefit of such tecuical experience as 1
Hliouhl naturally have that the customer might not possess, in shoit,
to stand for a sqi are deal, a "Satisfaction, or your money back"
proposition. The policy will make personal friends and boosters for
me from my customersI will not step at selling an aitiele, but will
guarantee to sell SATISFACTION with it.
The OpDOrtUnitV fm 'l"l"'()VI"y '"J' location and in-
creasing my business came this
spring and has been under wav ever since, i have succeeded in es
tablishing connections with the famous II ADDOHFF. t'LAUKN
I)()N, W'KAVKH, and other leliable Factories in the east, and with
tho opening of our now store have the very substantial advantage
that naturally follows the making of these high grade connections.
The Goods 0,Il,u,, "hiring this bH'CI Ah Ol'KNINt. SALK
will include the veiy latest stylo in cae, design,
rare woods and tinish"s. The best Pianos money can buy, the most
Koliablc and Din able Pianos that yeais of i perience, backed by un
limited capital, can produce. It will be well worth your whiio to
come and see these whither ymi expect tn buy or not.
The Price Concession onv,'l,,, J1"4,1 ',mv on l,ICHe
is envered by a Special
Factory Adveitising Allowance to me on the lirstten Piano sold in
formally opening up my Piano business.
Wo write you to call and examine these special ofTcriiM's
and suggest that "VACATION TI.MK I.s.Ml'.sh' TI.MK"'
and this is a ery opportune time to install a Piano or
Player Piano in your home.
Quality Economy Service
Write If You Cannot Call
LeROY MUSIC CO.
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Fill in the following blanks with the mimes of two or three
friend or neighbors whom you think niny be intcrcstcd-in getting n
new Pinno or PInyer-mnil or bring it to our store and receive a tfift
copy of a new popular piece ot nhcet music free.
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rHE RED CLOUD CttlEF
Red Cloud, Nebrnskei
'L'DIjISHED BVEHV THURSDAY
Enteric! In the I'f.f-tc.ri 1 1 nt Id d ( loud, Sub,
rut Strom! Clnss Mntti-r
A li. McAliTIIUH
HE OM.Y IlKMIH. KATIC I'AIT.K IN
While we are loveis of .shade trees,
and welcome their protection from the
scorching my1) of old Sol, during the
hot summer month", and know that
they add to the s;enlc bounty of the
street" of our city, still they have their
disadvantages when not properly tit-tend'-il
to. We note that some of their
nvei hanging branches nie not of n suf
tloieut heighth from the walk for the
pedestrian of average stature to pass
oencath without having his head pear
brushed oft" by them. The removal of
these brandies would not only add to
the convenience of passersby, but
would albo improve the appoartince of
Now while nil the talk is about war
and foreign relations, it Is refreshing
to note that Congressman Sballen
burger of this district Is keenly alive
to matters of home Interest. Iu a re
cent address before the House on the
consideration of tho provisions to be
made for Hood control, which has de
manded so much care elsewhere, es
pecially In the Mississippi valley, and
iu connection with a bill which he had
previously introduced providing for
the usoof the Hood waters of tho He
publican and Platte rivers, he secured
favorable attention for n movement
destined to be of great benefit to this
part of Nebraska.
Ills proposition lb that the govern
ment shall take tho control of these
Mood waters as part of Its problem and
so not only prevent a tecurrencc of
the disasters of last year, but arrange
that the waters shall be spread over
the table lands for use and so become
a blessing ltibtead of an injury. This
is a really a great movement and,
tnoveover, iu view of what has already
been done In tho far west, is practical
Mr. Shallenberger calls attention to
the millions of money spent in the
Philllpines. Alaska and Panama, and
says that lie is glad to vote for a pro
position to spend a little money at
home to encourage the development
of American homes nnd civilization
upon American S ll. We think he is
bast Fiiday, Nunc I.eKoy Campbell,
son of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Campbell,
who resided eight miles northeast of
this city, parsed away at his home
after an illnesi of M.veral months dur
ation. U y, as he was known by his
fiiends, was born in Cage county, Ne
biaskn, August ItOth, iSs'l, and was Xi
years of age at the time of his deatli
besides the parents, one sister, a wife
and one son are left to mourn his
demise. The funeral services were
hebl .Sunday afternoon and interment
took p'aoo in the Flui Creek eeiuutery.
To Our Customers
After .Inly 10th we will discontinue
giving THAMN'ii STAMPS. Get busy!
Hot your book tilled and receive your
premium bel'oie .luly 10th.
K. II. Ni:wiuii:,
Mils Uariiaiia Pii am:-",
Tin: Hi. i. is SiiocSioiu:,
P. A. Wl'U.IIHANDI,
Tin: Mom. i. Vauii t Stuu.
Strawberiii-s alone do not make
good j.-lly, bccai.se t lie;, do not contain
enough pectin. To in.kf sliawberry
joi:y, uic I'oiugi-i! j-iviirriv says
to boil the whit- pm i.f in orange
peel until tt-inlt-i and u i! M.c J ilce to
the stiiiwberri-s. ToiU-t.-imin.- ivhetb
or or not ptv'in is present in the Juice
of any fruit, place t.vo titlilcspounsfuls
of tho friil" juice in a clear u'lass and
add an upial quantity of tl." j eroent
gwiin alcohol. Carefully tmn the
gbis over on one .side. If pectin is
present a huge amount of it will bo in
the foi in of a clear lump. If this is
the ease, it is safe to mid as much
sugar as Juice. If the pectin is pres
ent in small lumps, use IcbS sugar than
The Childro i's Day Program given
last Sunday morning was qiite credit
able A large number of people were
present and thoroughly nijoyed the
e.ercies. Those in charge of both
piogratuand deer rating me entitled
to great credit for the success of the
The District Missionary Convention
of hist week was a very profitable and
Interesting meeting About forty dele
gates were present. Tie nddress of
Miss Ilarge, of Delewaie, was of spec
The mid week prayer service is tak
ing on new life and you are given n
special Invitation to meet with us next
The Ladies Aid Society will have an
all diy meeting on Friday. Plenty of
work for all. Ladies are requested to
bring dinner for two and invite their
husbands to eat dinner with them.
The boy's orchestra of the Intermed
iate League are rendering some sood
music at the Sunday evening meeting.
Two now names have recently been
added to the roll of membership in
tho .Men's Uible Class.
Miss Pearl Hines has been elected
president of the Kpworth League.
Next Sunday will be another 6peolal
day for Methodists, as the Kev. J. J.
"iKHHin.oi Tuticor, India, will be
With US !U tl. morrillltr rnlntlnrr ..
perienccs as a missionary in the great
umiiit m ft.. 1t .
-"U""J u niuia. in ine evening, we
are to be entertained by the Kpworth
League. At this time, the newly elect
ed officers will be installed.
Fourth Quarterly Conference will be
held by Dr. Marsh on July il. neing
the last meeting of the year, all mem
bers of that body should be present.
The young people's chorus will meet
on Thursday of this week.
Mrs. Minnie Phillips spent Tuesday
in Ked Cloud.
There will be Missionary services at
the M. K. church Sunday night.
Guy Stickney was quite sick again
Tuesday but is somewhat better.
Mr. Cole was obliged to quit the
section on account of poor health.
John Murlowand family arrived Fri
day night to visit relatives and friends.
Mrs. Will Tophaui and children visit
ed her sistur Mrs. C. H. Joyce Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Uay Harwell visited
with Mr and Mi-b. (.Sorgo Matklus
Clarence Heed and family of Guide
Hock visi'el relatives here the liistot
Mrs. Guy liarker and children spent
Fiiday in t lie country with her cousin,
Mrs. M. Pur man
Quite a number attended the school
meeting .Monday night. Clyde Wick
wire was elected Dlrec'or.
Dlanche Uarker and Kvhi Hast came
up from lied Cloud Saturday night and
spent Sunday at J. lUrker'.s.
Bible study will be held every
Thursday evening at the M. K church.
Kveryliody cordially invited.
Silvey Stiickllu visited a f.nv days
the (list of the weelc iu the country
with her brother Frank Strickllu.
Sunt. Marsh of the M. K. church lias
sent Mr. Simeon Thomas heie for sup
ply until Conference. Kvery Sundiry
night after June Wli there will be
preaching at the Methodist chinch.
It is vastly important to every one who is par
ticular about Shoes to know the lines we carry
The character of Our Shoes lifts them far above the
commonplace they are vastly different. The graceful
models, the noticeably fine leather and the smooth, shape
ly fit, we know so well how to give, add distinction to
those who wear them.
Women s' Shoes
$1.75 to $4.50
Our lines comprise Shoes and Low Shoes that are both
durable and dressy. Sftaci Right-Made Right-Fit Right
We are at yonr service whenever
you are ready for us to show you
WE HAVE NEW GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
The Miner Bros. Co.
A Mighty Safe Place To Trade
TO AUTOMOBILE OWNERS
We have installed an Electric
Tire Vulcanizer and are now
prepared to repair your tires in
a first-class manner. CjIGivc us
a trial. tJAll work guaranteed.
HAVEL & CORNER
Agents for Buick and Ford Autos
On and after .luly 1. Will the banks
of Hod Cloud will refuse to allow
Heceut ruling prohibits overchecking
and same Is not permitted by Jaw.
Siati: Dank or IU:n Cuuni
1'i.oci.i s Hank or Hi ci.oli
Wi:tisii:n Couxiv Hank.
Card Of Thanks
We wish to thank our maey klr.d
friends who so nobly assisted us thru
the Illness and deatli of our beloved
sou Hoy, al-o our physicians who
exerted themselves to the utmost ex
tent of tlieii ability.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell.
Mrs. Anna Campbell,
Mr. ami Mrs. W. II. HeynoUK
Ed Amack Elected Delegate
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iiv .I'juin-iwi I'liuei.ll uireeioi s i
Association held their annual eonvet:- '
tion. iu Hastings- on .Fuiif 7th and sth. j
Among the olllceis elected wio
George Vollnnd of Hastings, tl.-st v vi
president and P. J. Merlon, Jr.. tf
uiuc Slip, re-elected secretary, li .tli ,
these gentlemen are well known n j
this vicinity. IM Amack, of this eity
was selected as one of the delegates t i ,
the national convention at Culutnbu-.
Ohio, October 17th. Omaha is to t e
the next cin volition city.
Junior Short Course
Seventy boys and girls, ranging from
12 to '.(i years of ago and representing
10 counties enrolled at the annual
short course in agriculture and home
economies of the School of Agriculture
at Lincoln last week. The course was
intended particularly for members of
tho Hoys' and (Jills' Clubs conducted
cooperatively by tho I'nited States De
partment of Agriculture and tho Kx
teiibion Service of the College of Agri
culture. Instruction was given to the
boys in live stock, crops, bolls, farm
machinery, gardening, and woodwork
ing. Instruction was given to the
girls iu cooking, canning, sewing,
choice of clothing, homo furnishings,
and home decoration, as well as in
woodwoik. Various excursions were
planned for those in attendance.
WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF YOUR
Ma Mi( MaMi MHI
Frank Cassll was lu Iloldrege Mon
Closing out embroideries and luces
Uuy your groceries at Albright's and
save ten percent.
f to TT8 PI
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