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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 14, 1920)
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1UO NATTER what you want to buy nor what you
want repaired, if it is in the jewelry line 'twill
pay you to come here.
In the purchase of jewelry or its repair,
the reliability of your dealer is of prime
This is why your interests are best
served by coming to us.
Everybody's Going to be In
terested in Politics for
the Next Few Weeks
They are thinking a great deal about Clothes,
too want to be sure they're getting good qual
ity and getting it at the right price.
We Vote for Bigger Clothes Values
'Just come any time and see what big values we
are offering. Suits and Overcoats direct from
Hart, SchafTner & Marx, priced from
$40.00 to $70.00
OHighgradeOvcrcpats Jjqq $50.00
We guarantee you'll be satisfied with the values,
style, fit, wear. If you aren't, money back.
Our stock is -complete in all departments. Hats,
New Fall Stetson and Mallory, $6.50 to $10.
SWEATERS, Bradley's in heavy Jumbo knit
or Shaker knit, pull-over or coal sweater.
LEATHER VESTS, a, most complete assbrt-
ment, priced from $8.50 to $22.50.
' We ask you to come in and select your winter needs now.
Wo G. 'Hamilton Gotiiing Co.
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and building material is so much less
than it has been and the prospects for it
gointf much lower is
feel justified in advising you to build now
PLAIT & FREES
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A Newspaper That Gives The News
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. OCTOBER 14. 1910
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rarmers institute rrogram
to be held October 25 to 29
Monday, Entry Day.
Tuesday, Student's Stock Judging
Contest, Junior Demonstrations.
Tuesday Xlght, 7:30, Uesso Auditor
ium. Program by High School. Ad
mission will be charged.
Wednesday, Judging Poultry, Hogs,
Horses, Cooking and Batting.
Wednesday Night, Speakers, MUa
Florence Atwood, Chas. Coruman.
Thursday, 10 a. m., Judgiug Sewing
and School Department, Hereford cat
tie and Hereford calf club.
1:30, Calf club sale.
3:30, Foot Rail game, Red Cloud vs
Thursday Night, Speakers, L. I.
EYisbie and Geo. R Iloomer.
Friday. 10 a, ni., Judging Shorthorn
cattl'.' and Shorthorn calf club.
12:H0, Parade. Civic, school nud stock.
30. Shorthorn calf qlub sale.
Wednesday the old settlers will hold
h basket dinner at the court house and
this is in honor of tho first settlers who
came to this county fifty years Hgo.
The olllcers stute thnt the Institute
expenses ure considerable more this
year uud they have decided to clmrgu
an admission for the program which
will be given by the lied Cloud Schools
on Tuesday orening.
Entertained at Trousseau Tea
The beautiful homo of Mrs. K U.
Overmuu was open to friends. Saturday
afternoon unci evening, when Mrs.
.Overman received informally at a trous
seau tea. In honor of the approaching
marriage of her daughter, Elizabeth,
which will be solemized Saturday even
ing October tho 10th.
Callers were invited to inspect the
many beautiful articles of tho trous
seau and "hope chest" which were dis
played on tho second lloor.
Won Last Game of Season
On Suuday afternoon thu Guide
Kock bull team mid the local team
cro-ced bats on the Starke diamond.
It looked liku Guide Rock was going'
to wiu tho game up to the sereiil ginn
ing, but in thuMivonth and oighfh.inn.
lugs tho locals put on two hatting nil
lies and won thu game by it s-nro of 12
to 11. lied Cloud's first buseinnn, Ver
saw, made the only home run that Whs
made on the local diamond this season.
A largo crowd was present and there
was plenty or excitement turnout the
Red Cloud Defeats Fairbury
Friday afternoon Tho second foot
ball game of tho season was played
on tho Hedge field with a largo crowd
in attendance. Tho husky Fairbury
team, which has gained considerable
notoriety in tho eastern part of tho
state, was no match for the local team
who had them at their mercy thruout
tho game and won by a score of 47
to 0. Tho locals mado touchdowns at
will and were very successful with tho
forward ' pass. Tomorrow afternoon
the local team will go to Hustings
where they play tho Hastings High
School loam and several nrc planning
to accompany them. On Friday, Octo
ber 22nd, tho IJurr Oak team comos
here for a game. Tho local team,
v hich i. boing coached by Oliver
l'ov.cll, u considered tho best this year
that the High School has hftd in man
yns and no jibt wW be the bct
team in tht Republican VaUw' this,
This moi'nlntrfhe.WHtU Conxtnifttau
Co , finished laying1 the 'uonorett bnse
for the paving' on North Webster
Mrs. Frank Forty, living uoutlieast
of. this city, passed away at her homo
Wednesday morning The deceased
was G3 years old. A (iiKband and scv.
eral children aro left to mourn her
death. Tho funeral sprvlces will bo
held at tho home Friday afternoon
after which interment will bo made In
tho Guido Rook cemetery.
Fifty - two Weeks Each Tear For 92.00
DISTRICT COURT PROCEEDINGS
A two days term of Equity Court
was held Monday and Tuesday of
this week, tho jury being directed to
not roport until December Cth. Tho
following matters wore disposed of:
State of Nebraska, v Louis Glebe,
Siftato of Nebraska, v Chcrral Koontz,
State of Nebraska, v George Conner,
William V. Miller v Alcna Lamb,
John F. Scott v J. E. Scott, Jicfcrce
Lena Rehtus v L9J Rouse et al, con
tinued. W. H. Tolley v EarhR. Slawson, con
tinued. Elizabeth Keller ct al v John Lalloy
ct al, .Referee Discharged.
Lovix C. Bloom v Eliza Gilham ct al,
Leave to file supplemental Petition
in 20 days.
Conrad Rasser ct al v Albert Uhuen
sporgcr et al, Referee discharged.
Conrad' Rassor ct al v Albert Uhlcn
sperger et nl, Referee discharged.
George King v Dell Walker, Con
tinued. N. Hcrbcr v Walter Rhea, Motion to
dismiss appeal overruled. Plaintiff
given leave to file petition instanter.
William H. Cloud ct al v Don E.
. Cloudlet nl, Referee Discharged.
William 'M. Hiatt v Webster County,
Lcavo to amend petition. Contin
ued. Grand Lodge A. O. U. W. v Daniel
Garbcr et al, Continued.
In the matter of the Gunrdinnship of
Daniel King, minor, Sale confirmed.
Clara Peters v Elizabeth Peters, Ref
Archie A. Borcn v C. P. & Q. Rail
In tho matter of tho Application of
F. A. Good, Administrator to sell
real estate. Sale confirmed.
Johanna Pohl v Charles Rcddon ct al,
Leave granted to file Cross bill nnd
answer instanter. '
John S. Marsh v Henry C. Albrccht ct
al, Special Appearance of defend
ants to jurisdiction sustained.
Lottio Sngl v Harry Roats ct al. De
murer overruled. Defendant given
10 days to answer.
Trcssio Richnrdson v Oliver Richard
son. Divorce granted. Custody of
children determined by court.
Nora Carver v Dclbcrt Carver, di
vorce, case dismissed.
John E. Wakefield Company v Besso
Auditroium et al, Decree and judg
ment as per journal entry filed.
May Summers v Joseph Summers,
Decree of divorce, costs taxed to
Finley Bright v Francis Doyle, Con
tinued. Joseph M. Snook v Myron Moore,
Judgment as asked.
Birdie Ethcrton v Humphrey Ether
Ion, Divorco for plaintiff.
Charles F. Guntl, v L. J. Segrist ct nl,
Charles H. Potter v Edward McAlis
State of Nebraska ex rcl Harry Chap
lin v Charles Waldo ct al, contin
ued. Alfred C. Brown v Pansy Brown,
Dempatar Mill Manufacturing' Co. v
OVis Whelan, Judgment rovivod.
Notice to Electric Light and
'"Tfefenc v.ili a !lty'ord!.'flMsf!
'li.u muuhtom fhsio per month hnt
''n rten -from !.o l tl.tn TJi
t-juciii 'brdlnaui'c ' tixe h i-o1 lv' R"
chtrgd of twenty-tin; cmin on ull litfht
and watur bills not pukl oih' bftforp
tho lOtn day of tho mouth on which
they nro due.
Signed, II. IX, PItAJSlBU.
Light and Water Commissioner.
Wanted 200p Children
To soo Fatty Arbucklo In his funniest
comedy and llttlo Betty nilburn in
"Tlie Girl of The Sea" at the Uesso
Auditorium Friday aud Saturday.
Does Your Watch
Or Glasses Need Fixing?
We want to do your
WE WILL DO IT RIGHT AND AT A REASONABLE PRICE.
WHETHER IT IS A WATCH, CLOCK, JEWELRY OR EYE
GLASSES, WE HAVE THE MATERIALS !AND WE KNOW
HOW TO FIX IT SO IT WILL STAY FIXED.
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF OPTICAL GOODS, JEWELRY
AND SILVERWARE AND WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW
YOU WHAT YOU WANT.
WE TEST YOUR EYES AND FIT
YOU WITH CORRECT GLASSES
We Make 'Quality' Right Then the Price Right
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a. H. Ncwhouse
r ciouj Jeweler and Optometrist Nebrska
Fierce nnrl (Hhinbcwi Nfrknatt t
Set as? Je 'your "egg and chicken money and,
almost before you t realize it, you will have
enough to buy an equipment. of beautiful
" Wear-Ever' aluminum cooking utensils.
Bright, light, silver-like " Wear -Ever - wKcn-1
8ils will make you a3 proud of your kitchen, aa
you are of the other rooms in your home. ,
cost slightly more than ordinary utensils because
they are worth more. Itpayctobuy"Wear-.Eter"
just as it pqya to buy good farming implements. 1
"Wear'Eoer" ulenaila nrc rnadu in one piece from
hard, thicl' shctM. alar.iinum wltijoct joint1; or seams.
Cannot crack, fUkv .? peel -arc ij.irc aud'oulc,
geo. w. trine:
Red Cloud Farmers Institute
OCTOBER 25th to 29th
BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER
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