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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1911)
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VOIiUMB XXXV III1.
THE New Banking Law is now in fbrce and
the payment of every dollar of deposits in this
institution is guaranteed by the Bank Guaranty
Fund of the State of Nebraska.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Webster County Bank
RED CLOUD, NEB.
Menus loss of sleep which Is bad for
everyone. Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound stops the cough at once, re
lieves the tickling and dryness In the
throat and heals the inflamed mem
branes. Prevents a cold developing
into bronchitis or pneumonia. Keep
always in the house. Refuse substi
tutes. For sale at Henry Cook's drug
The llnest line utnl best, assortment,
of Harness ever carried before. Call
and look It over. Mohuakt Brum.
J Any where between these prices
you will find jiift the Coat you
are looking for.
JIn the new shades Tans, Grays,
Browns. With the new collars
either "close up" or "low down"
you will find comfort either, for
cool or cold weather. .' ,
Let us show them to
- you Now. -
This store is the home of Hart
Head The Chief for all the news.
Wall paper, paint, varnish, mould
ing, paiuting and papering con ti act
ed. Sloss. the Wall Paper Man.
ackache. Headache. NervMSMSS
And rheumatism, both in men and
women, mean kidney trouble. Do not
allow It to progress beyond the reach
of medicine but stop it promptly with
Foley Kidney Tills, They regulate
the action of the urinary organs.
Tonic in action, quick in results, For
sale at Dr. Cook's drug store.
4 NewiMPer That filves The News Flfty
BD CLOUD, NEBRASKA. NOVEMBER !, 1911.
Mrs. Maud Paul went to Hastings
Freddie Fuller left for Lincoln Wed
nesday for a shott visit
(. A. Wells accompanied the ballots
to Red Cloud Wednesday.
llert Kecve has his barn nearly com
pleted out south east of town.
Mrs. Elsie Bennett went to Hastings
Wednesday to have some deutal work
Our election board arc some goers,
they counted the ballots in about two
Miss Flora Keeve and Charley Reeve
went to Hastings Friday to do some
Jud White is building an addition on
his home out on his farm north-west
of the village.
Dwight Johnson of the Arm of Ful
ler & Johnson left for Lincoln Wednes
day on business.
U B. Thompsou and J. It. Morse
went to Red Cloud Wednesday in Mr.
Thompsou'H new Everett.
Well boys election is .over and .vou
can go to husking your com. Some of
the candidates can help you.
The carpenters have uoiumeuced
work on Mr. Deakin's new house iu
the suuth part of the village.
Wm. Peok of Ueary, Colo., who was
formerly of this place is doiug carpen
ter woik fur Henry Brubaker.
Fuller ABeunett has nearrv iftfflJtts
and sheep which they intend to feed
this winter. They got them on the
Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard left for Oma
ha Tuesday. Mrs. Hubbard has been
in ill health for some time and expeots
to take treatment in the hospital.
ihos. Darnell, our accomodating
agent lias his house nearly completed
and ioady to move into. We hope you
will stay with us Tom and enjoy your
Robert Adamsou is having a car of
com loaded. He is setullng it to his
son out west where there was no corn
raised this year. It costs him, C3c on
There was one hundred and fifteen
ballots cast in this preciuct this year.
There was only two who was eligible
iu the township that did not vote that
we know of.
Mrs. Ida Squires,' Miss Vera Brubak
er, Professor and Seward Brubaker uu
toed to Hastings Simony to spend the
day with Mr. Squires and family who
now reside iu Hastings, Tlioy came
home iu the small hours of the night.
Henry Brubaker has bought the store
building known here as the Turner
buildiug and is remodeling it over and
is going to make a first-class building
of It. Wo understand it is to bo occu
pied by Saunders Bros, in tiie near fu
City Council Meets
ThecouDcilmet in regular adjourned
session Wednesday evening Nov. 8,
1011. With Mayor Foe presiding,
councilmen present, Fogel, Herberger,
Hutchinson absent Strong.
Minutes of Ootqber 3, 7, 0, 10 and
13th read and approved.
K. Fltz appeared before the council
aud asked why his claim of l,90Nwas
not allowed when the other bova vim
allowed double pay for night work.
Alter me same had been explained, it
was moved by Herberger aqd seconded
by Hutchinson that the same be al
lowed. The resignation of C. B. Strong was
read aud excepted.
The Bond of Wolfe and Whltaker
for 82000 was presented and approved.
A light was ordered placed at the
intersection of Seward street and 1st
It was moved and secondod that the
Mayor bo authorized to fix the culvert
on the south side of O. It, 'Boyee's
properly on lt avenue.
Ciuiiu to the amount of- 1500was
allowed. ' ,fr
It was moved and seconded that tho
city Treasurer be instruotcd to pay
- twa Weeks Etch Tew Fsr 11.50
all Agency account bills- where there
Is a discount Allowed when presented
by the Watsrand Light commissioner.
It was moved and seconded that the
ouucil adjourn. '
City Treasurer's Statement
HoMiiiATiLK Mayor & Citv Council,
Red Ci.oun, Nkii.
I beg to submit herewith
statement of receipts and disburse
ments of your Treasury for tho period
from Oct. ."Ml to Nov Ml
Amount on hand Oct. .1-11 120.41)
Balance on hand Nov. 8-11 Jill. 40
Amount on hand Out 3-11.
Disbursements 230 00
baud Nov 8-11 321.51
WAtKIt LEW Kl!NI
BaUnee -on hand Oct. .'), 8 .'21
Disbursements 2.1. f
Overdraft Nov. 8, 17.:il
Registered war'nts outstanding C08.71
Amount on hand Oct. 3, 74.0,1
Disbursements . -r-. 01. .10
Halance on hand Nov. 8, 10.4.1
KLECTIIIO LKMIT FUND
Amount of overdraft Oct. J, . . . . 03.07
Receipts 1:20a, 3.1
Balance on hand Nov. 8, 788.18
KI.ECrillC LKIIlr LEW FUND
Amount on baud Oct. 3, 3.C1
Overdraft Nov. 8 40.00
Registered warrants outhtaudiug818.8l
Amount on hand Oct 3, 50.20
Disbursements, refund 5.00
Balance on hand Nov. 8, 4.1.30
Occupation Fund 8 10.09
Water Fund 321.54
Uoneral Fund 10.43
Electric Light Fund 788.48
Firemen's Fund 45.20
Water Levy Fund 17 34
E. L. Levy Fund 49 90
Balance' on haud Nov. 8, 1277.41
Registered warrants outstand
S. R. Floraxoe, City Treasurer.
The following are
the jurors for the
D. M. Garbcr
H. II. noldrege
W. H. Patterson
E. J. Solomon
district court which
E, J. Etnerton
Next Sunday evening will be the be
ginning of the special meetings at the
M. K. Church at which ;tlme Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Rollins will bo oresent at
tne services tho entire day aud will take
oharge of the music, In the morning
Rev. B. W. Marsh lately appointed
Dlst. Supt, will preach the initial ser
mon. 'You are especially Invited to atteud
this sorvicc, The Quarterly Confer
ence will be held on Saturday evening
The New National Alarm
The Best Alarm Clock ever made. Built
and runs like a watch. More than .a million
already sold. J If you have not gotten yours,
do so now. JNJSW STOCK. JUST IN
E. H. NEWHOUSE. Prop. ftjfl
Jeweler and Optometrist.
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
VER STATE BANK
Red Glond ' ' ' Nebraska
For Cmilfhliwr. (Irtrnnku ....! M..1, It..,.
in the throat. linirRm,.uiiiwl ,.ll..r..ni.u
and colds, take Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound. Contains no opiates. For
sale at Dr. Cook'H drug stoie.
They have the finest showing of stoves
ever brought to Red Cloud. : : : ;
HE A TERM AND RANGE9 ' "
At special Low Prices and extra High Quality.
Always Glad To Show Soods.
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