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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1916)
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i Save A Dolla Now And Then! I
DUT IT IN A BANK WHERE IT WILL
BE SAFE FROM LOSS by burgulars or
fire, or the temptation to spend it. You can
save a dollar do it and your account will
grow then in times of need you'll have it.
Start a Savings Account, today, at this bank.
Deposits in this bank arc protected by the Depositors
Guarantee Fund of the State of Nebraska.
I Webster County Bank
' RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA ?
CAl'ITAIi and SURPLUS 8!H .OOO
I DON'T FORGET
:: Vlmt. you room to ihe Furmr' Ins'iiut" Unit n MUSIC STORE
:.: is Mip REST p re to huy Pi.ini)!1. T iikli M .chines and mi MubichI ftl'-r
A (1 thu mus' )ppriiprlHtt pr'i"tMit
CALL AND SEE US
We hntidle oHy
II PACKARD, DKACIIMANN,
LAGON DA niid CLAKKNIN'N 1JIAUS
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR
The Wonderful DRACHMANN
(Key Control) C3TWHEN IN TOWN
J: The Marvelous Aeolian Vocalian Talking Machine, moat perfect
if reproducer of Music, Victor, and Grafanolu Machines and
!- Records, &c.
& Tlie PACKARD Piano most beautiful iri tone and appearance.
: The Best Pinnos ever sold in this vicinity at the PRICE and
Cash or Easy Payments
:;t Sheet Music and all the late popular Music, Strings, &c.
j-j We have had a lifetime experience in MUSIC.
$ A Line of Art Goods, Willow and Pottery.
A Souvenir for Everybody. CALL and get one.
"The Music Shop"
LEROY MUSIC CO.
if Peterson Building
Is Papa Now
Mr mid Mrs. Joeaeph Hcrberg r iiro
vory juuilent over the arrival of a
prund diuitfhtor at the homo of Mr.
aud Mrs L. E. Horberger, at OuihIih,
on November 10 "Daddy" was form
orly one of the stair of printers cm
ployod on tho nowspaners of thlf city.
At the present time ho has not inform
ed us whether or not tho new arrival
will follow in tho footsteps of father
when chooblntr a vocation, or become
an advocator of Votes for Women. At
any rate, a member of the prlnteiV
fraternity or mt, wo wish to extend
Notice: Ev. Luth. Zlons Congrega
tion. Next Sunday, Nov. 10th, at 10
a. m. there will be Sunday Sohool. At
10:45 a. m. English services begin.
Saturday, tho 18th, there will bo cato
ehutioal Instructions at tho residence
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Horburger, beginn
ing at 10:15 a. in. Rav. A Schnal.
Uefore having your sulu bills print-
IS COMING g
for jour Family is a Piano or Jj
tho BEST. .
1IADDOKF, .IKSriE FRENCH, j
Feature Play Friday Night
The Hillman Stook company, playing
at thcOrpheum this week, will present
tho feature play of their tnjagrment
Friday night, a bensatioual problem
drama, 'Trilling with Tomorrow"'.
This Is the only play ovir written cm
thu subject of Eittliniiubln (peaceful
death). It is one of tho big success's
en Broadway this season. F. P. Hill
man has secured the4 western produc
ing rights and ho considers "Trilling
with Tomorrow to bo the strongest
play ever offered in Red Cloud by 11113
of thu Hill man companies,
Tho poaceful slumbers -of tho resi
dents of Bed Cloud wens disturbed
about 3:30 Friday morning by thu
jingle of the fire-boll. Upon report
lug at headquaiters of thu lire laddies
were informed that thu homo of Ancil
Crublll was on Ore. A record breaking
run was mado to that place, arriving
there they found that Mr. Crabill and
some of tho neighbors had tho flro
extinguished. Tho origin of tho lire
is somewhat of a mystery, as It started
ie'iiiul a refrigerator on the back
porch, tho suinB being practically con
sumed, A small hole was also burned
through the wall of thu houso.
A Newspaper That Gives The News
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, INOVEBEMU 10, MUG.
Is Now In Full Blast
The Webster County Farmers' Insti.
tuto is now in session and It is being
demonstrated that this is tho bost yut.
Nine years ago this association was
formed aud as tho years go by it has
been increasing in popularity until now
it is known as the best of its lilt id in
the state. All thu statu workers tell
the sumo story, that lied Cloud has tho
greatest Farmers' Institute in thu
state of Nebraska.
An array of willing workers has
made this year's sebsion n grand suc
cess. Everything is carefully a u d
comfortably arrangod so thatthu visit
ors have no diillciilty in viewing tho
Thu greatest Itnprovomont over other
years is to be found in thu ladles' de
partment and farm products depart
ment. Thu ladles have fail ly outdone
themselves in their ell'ort to show the
world what can be done for tho homo.
Here you will Hud on display tho very
finest dishes that thu ImugiiMtioti can.
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utinucnL'i i:uuiii:u iu ii nn;i'i mill mrs.
played to tlie very best advantage.
One exhibit showed how tho farmer
could have fresh meat all Milliliter by
a new process of canning. Then there
you will ''d bread like mother used
to make, pies, cookies, tarts, cakes
and a lot of other dishes that meie
man hesitates to name.
In this dupartuiaut is to be found
the school exhibits. A careful exitinm
ntion of tho work of thu school child
ren will reveal a marked iuiprovumcnr
over former years in writing aud draw
ing. Wo counted llfty-ono dlffcrtji
varieties of wood gathered by one of
tho boys around the home place. This
exhibition Is a credit to thu children,
their teachers and the superintendent
On tlie whole tho farm products de
pHrtmeut is far ahead of former years.
Thu selection of all kinds of farm pro
ducts shows either a butter yield or
olt-e a better knowledge of what to
suleot, perhaps it would bo fair to sav
of both. The corn exhibit is simply
oxcollont. You will find corn hero as
largo as any raised in Iowa 01- Illinois
and a quality that is excelled by none.
The Pumpkin contest resulted in
somu enormous vegetables that look
liko tho ordinary kind magnified a
dozen times. How any onu can got
these monsters to grow is indeed a
groat mystery to this editor but they
are there and 110 mistake.
Tho cattle aud sheep and hogs de
partment is better than ever 1beforo
aud these animals bring forth unstint
ed pralso. They are fine specimens
and Wobstor county feels proud of
them. Tho number of horses on ex
hibition is not so largu as some years
past but what this department lacks
is quantity it makes up iu quality.
Tho following were tho programs for
tho past two nights:
Tuesday, Novkmukh 11, 7:lr, P. M.
Invocation Ilov. Druliner
Folk Dances aud Sougs.. Primary Dept
Reading Rose Cecil
Vocal Solo .t Anne Raunoy
Reading Charlotta Buerstetta
Heading Laura Cecil
Wkiinksday, NpVK.Miir.it 15, 7:15 P. M.
Singing... . Third and Fourth Grades
Reading Ethel Wlsecarver
Singing Seventh Grade
'Address Willis H. Reed
Tho prizes iu thu Tui'nuro ,fc Son
Malono-Gellatly and Hamiitou-Cather,
Pumpkin Contost were awarded on
Weduosday afternoon, as follows:
Ed. Payno Hrst prize, Bert Tonnant
second and Ralph Shaw third.
Don't fail to soo tho street parade
led by tho Bed Cloud Band Friday at
2:00 p. in.
1 I wish to thank tho votors of Web
ster county who supported mo during
my campaign and ou election day,
' Gkuthude L. Coon,
Fifty - two Weeks Each Year For 91.50.
Wedding Bells Ring
On Thursday uiorniiur at nine o'clock
Rov. D. Fitzgerald, pastor of the
Catholic church of this city, united In
marrhigu Miss Sarah JMuPartlatul and
Mr. Josoph Delauey, both of this city.
Miss Anna McPartland, sister of tlie
bride, was the bride's maid and Mr
William Delancy, brother of thu groom 1
acted as best man.
The bride is thu oldest daughter of
Mrs. Anna McPartland. She isa young
lady of pleasing personality and is iu
every way worthy of the lovo and per
fection of tho man who has seleotod
her for his helpmate.
The groom is tho youngest son of
Mrs. Anii'i Delauey. Ho is a member
of the firm of Delauey Bros., local live
After the ceremony a wedding break
fast was served at the home of tho
They will be at homo to thoir many
friends at the Delauey home in this
New Road Overseers Elected
At tho general election held oil Nov.
7th, the lollowinir were elected road
ovei seers of their respective districts
for the ensuing term: .
John IComhiuIc, 1-X
Louis llanguit a 4
Garrett Schrovor . .'t
Onno Mounts ',
August Lnnipiimun r' 1
E. E. Shiptunu r
M. Dean . ' 0
Thomas Burr. , ' .7
V. C. Johnson ' 8
Louis Aitbuslibn fl
Abo Dolph 10
Vonoil Zajic ' , 11
Vet Whldersheiin .'-" 12;,;
Chan. Bnbitison 12
Ed Ilorsh 111
CO. Pitney il
Nels E.Nelson li
C. M. Wilson ' m
Henry Feis l(
Con Quit-iti 10JJ
A.J. Guy 0-f
Two Men Brought to Justice
Ed Davis, who several uonths ago
departed from his home in this city
rather hastily, in fact so much so that
ho f.iiled to inform his wife of his in
tended d 0 s ti 11 a 1 1 o 11 or his where
abouts hinctt that time, was taken into
custody by ShoriiF Hedge at Wilson
villu and brought to this city whore
ho was given a preliminary hearing
before Judge Uanney who paroled him
to tho sheriff oil the condition that
ho will support his wifo and child.
The county is also furnishing a meal
ticket for one Henry Buntzcr, a mer
chant of Bluo Hill. His former wife,
from whom ho was receutly divorced,
charges hltn with assuult with intent
to do great bodily harm. Ho was
placed under arrest and brought to
tho city by deputy shoriir Frod Hedge.
Local Preachers Receive Boquets As
Rodlands, California, Oct. 1910.
I am glad to read of Rov. Beebo
taking stock in Socialism. I see he
gavo tho editors a stinger iu his toast
at Republican Valley Editorial Asso
elation. Ho certainly deserves a ohro
mo and pralso for his courage- and char-'
actur and manhood. Give him my1
very bost respects for telling tho truth.
Oh, had wo many more liko him. I
would go to hear him preach if I lived
there. J. J. Jvindsohor.
(Fortuor member of tho Board of Com
missioners of Wobstet County.)
On last Friday afternoon, tho Red
Cloud High school foot ball team, ac
companied by tho Red Cloud band
and several auto loads of fans, jour
neyed over to Lebanon where our
boys met tho Lebanon High school
team on their gridiron. Tho Leban
on team inude thoir onlv score on a
foward pass iu tho first qmtrtor while '
Barrott made the touch down for our
hoys In tho second quurtor, score 7 to '
7. Both teams wore evenly matched
and put up a good gamo.
Lome in wMMS
1 MAYBE YOU ARE WEARING GLASSES THAT WERE PRESCRIBED
FOR YOU MANY YEARS AGO. PERHAPS YOUR EYES HAVE UNDER
GONE A CHANGE IN THOSE YEARS, YOUR EYES AND YOUR GLASS
ES SHOULD BE TESTED EVERY FEW YEARS. COME IN AND LET US
TESTTHEMFORYOU. IF YOU NEED A CHANGE, WE WILL TELL
YOU. IF YOU DO NOT NEED A CHANGE, WE WILL TELL YOU.
WE WANT TO HELP EVERY ONE TO PRESERVE THEIR SIGHT.
WE CARRY ALL KINDS OF LENSES, MOUNTS AND EVERY
THING YOU MAY NSED IN EYEGLASSES AND SPECTACLES.
E. H. NEMHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
C3TC B. &. Q. Watch Inspector
RED MOON PRODUCTS
Red Moon Flour, per 48-lb Sack - $2 35
241b " - 1.20
' White Corn Meal per 121b Sack .45
Graham Flour .65
4 6 4 .35
Pancake Flour 5 ' 4 25
Pancake Flour, small package .10
Wheatome, small package - .15
(Similar to Cream of Wheat) '
Cranberries, 3 qts
Best Cresym Cheese -
16 oz pkg Seedless Raisins -
16 oz pkg Seeded Raisins
R. P. WEESNER & CO.
Better Kodak Finishing
And Developing. .:.
A Full Line of Supplies
NAIL VOIR ORDER TO US
2 pkgs 25c
C. H. Miner Dr. S. 8. Deardorf, M. D. Co
Manager Veterinary hi Charge
C. H. Miner Serum Co
Hog Cholera Serum.
Red Cloud, Nebraska
Wire or Phone at Our Expense
I), S, Veterinary license No 4a
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