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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1912)
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THE New Banking Law is now in force and
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the payment or every dollar ot deposits in tins
institution is guaranteed by the Bank Guaranty
Fund of the State of Nebraska.
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
Webster County Bank
RED CLOUD, NEB.
X. P. Crtiiip'Ji'U lind a siulf horse lust
Sinitli llto"-. lost u line steor in their
lueil vuril lust week.
Ktliel Fisher lias been on the hick
list lor n week but is Mime hotter no. v.
l'ete Mnnk'.v spent Now Yeur'b day
in Kansas with his lady fr'n'tul.
Will Fisher has lost two colts in the
last two weeks aud two head of cattle.
There is more suow on the ground
-now than there has over been before
In Webster county for . tfoort many
Mrs. George MeKlnney has been
visiting hor brother .Tack Harues for a
few days and returned homo Saturday.
SleiKhinff is Hue in Garfield and n
good mauy are improving the time and
Charley Harris and wife called on
Smith llros., a few days last week and
tried his luck hunting.
Will Fisher helped George Harris
butcher one day last week and now
they are eating beef
Charley Campbell, Smith Bros., and
Will Fisher shelled corn last week on
wind mill row.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Campbell from
the western part of the 6tate are visit
ing his brother John Campbell and
other relatives in Garlleld. Thqy are
old pioneers of this township.
Save Dollars and Cents For You.
Save time, save labor, save repairs-save all the valuable butterfat
... '. . m t.
in vour milk and give you iresn, w " .....,, . -..-pigs.
You could not afford to do without one if they sold for twice the
price, but the price is right
There is nothing cheap about
separator sold at any price
BEATRICE CREAM SEPARATORS
are EFFICIENT, SIMPLE and DURABLE ,
nd are guaranteed from top to bottom by
BEATRICE CREAMERY CO.
Highest Market Price
Paid For Poultry.
Historical SocU-ty :
I Jan. -Juil 191'J
, City Tio.isuivr'h iepoitie.nl and or
(let oil placed on file
The Mayor was instructed to use
ithe judgment us to keeping the extia
nun on tho pay loll and report at the
1). 11 Uieh was instructed to assist
the Citizens Committee in collecting
the SI-CO pledged by them so as to
have it on hand by the time the new
unit arrives and tho Mayor and Cleik
be instructed to draw warrants for
The following claims were allowed:
II. B. Milea, Lincoln, coal $ 405 70
D. H. Rich, Doc. salary ......... 100 00
Fred Loungron, Dec salary . . 75 00
E. Hines ' 60 00
K. H. Williams, labor GO 00
Jackson Bros?., dray age 37 9'j
S. R. Florance, Dec. expense.. 250 66
A. C. Slaby, Dec. salary 60 00
Argus, ordinance 72 00
C. B. Hale, ordinance 3 00
Fred Youngren, poll tax 2 00
0. R. Boyde, labor 7 30
American Ins. Co 30 40
1. O.O. F., rent 37 50
D. H. Rich expense account . . 14 26
H. B. Milea, coal 247 65
E Fry, drayage 2110
Adjourned to Jan. 10, 1012 at 8 p. m.
City Treasurer's Report.
Honorable fttfeyor and City Council,
Red Cloud, Neb.
Gentlemen: I submit herewith state-
nl.: millr 1nr fanAmrr nakefl anil
them but tho price.
There is no better
Des Moino, la.
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A Pic.Mi(miH:r Tli.it (Jiwj Ihr. News Flity-lwo Weeks Lm.li Year Far $.r().
HK1) ULOU1), NKI5UASKA, IAMTAltY 1, UMi..
imuitoi receipts iiivi dun
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1011 tti .Inn. a, 11)112:
ivl disbursements of
iod from Dec.
Overdraft Dee. fi, '11 $ MUG")
Disbursements -12 1)5 '
Overdraft Jan. 2 '12.
Bal. on hand Dec. 5, 11....
..$ 192 GO
..$ HOG 11
. . GO 13
Bal on hand Jan. 2, '12
Water Levy Fund
Bal on hand Dec. 5, '11
.$ 255 98
$ 45 75
Hal on hand Jan. 2, '12 $
Keg war. outstanding $2i)l 75
Bal on hand Dec. 5 '1 1 $ 832 98
Baton hand Jan. 2, '12 $ 718 9J
Electric Light Fund
Bal on hand Dec. 5, '11 $ S31 33
Kiceipts 3,0 0I
Disbuisonienta 781 7G
Bal on hand Jan. 2 '12... $ 332 57
Electric Light Levy
Overdraft Dec. 5, '11 $ 20 19
Overdraft Jan. 2, '12 $ 20 19
Hg. war. outstanding $513 39
Balance on hand Dec. 5, '11....$ 500 00
Bal on hand Jan. 2, '12 $500 00
Bal on hand Dec. 5, '11 $ 45 20
Receipts 5 00
Bal on hand Jan. 2, '12...$ 50 20
Water fund $ 255 98
Water levy fund. ... 45 75
General fund 718 93
E. L. Fund 352 57
Judgment 500 00
Firemans ., 50 20
Occupation $ 192 60
E. L. Levy 20 19
$ 212 79
Balance January 2, '12, $1710 Gl
Total reg. war. outstanding $801 14
S. R. Florance, Treas,
We tiro Having soma cold weather in
R. II. Thompson shipped a car of
stock to market this week.
Miss Jessie Squires is now clerking
in Saunders Bros. Store.
Dwlgbt Johnson and wife came homo
from a short visit ntCotner University
The I. O. O. V. will install their offi
cers this evening. Mr. Hamilton ot
Guide Rock will do tho work.
Miss Mabel Waller who has been
clerking in Saunders Bros. Store has
accepted a position in tho postoflicc.
The A. O. U. V., building associa
lon had their anuual mooting Tues
day and declared a 10 per cent divi
dend on their stock.
Mrs. Herman Mottcr nud daughter
of University IMaco who havo been
visiting relatives here during the holi
days departed for home Weduesday.
Mrs. Mabel Wilson of Atwood, Kas
is hero enjoying a visit with hor sis
ter Mrs. Nod Hurd. Mr. and Mrs Wil
son formerly lived nt this place. Ho
was B. & M. agent hero for a number
Weather Summary for 1911
Temperature: Mamimum 108 deg.,
July 5th; minimum 21 bo'low Jan. 3d;
greatest dally range G5 deg. Jan. llth.
Precipitation: Total for year 25.31
inches; 13.09 inches falling in July
and August; greatest precipitation in
21 hours Aug. 3d, 3.90 inches; number
of days with .01 or more 73,
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Dlljh I'll' II 'J
pill llv chuitlj IH, i
I III) tllllllitei still Ills, 'J hull stilt ins, 1
hlei'l still 111, pi c ailing U lllll (II ivi'l lOlt
northwest 1121 ilus
''1,sl hilling fm,t in spilnr, MnyUiKl;
tit Ht in full. Oft 3)i.
Summary for Nexcmbcr 1911
Tuiiipt'iatiiM-: iiKiviiiuiin.'ildoK iliito
lid; luininiiiiii l.i liolow, il ito Illst;
Knmtest iluily iiiiiko 11 (U1., latt 'Jml.
I'roclpitutioii: totul l.l!) inclifs;
(snowfall s, iiiclit s; diivs with .01 iucli
nr more ptt'cipltiilinii .
1)113 s i'!''"!' IN I'.nt ly elomly .".flondy
8, pH'vuilnitf w'iiiiI tin fotldii niirtli
wust 11 il'iys. Clis S liUiM.ow.
lt.-il Cloud, Nubr., Dec !J7 lull
Mould of (.utility Coininissioneis met
put. sun nt to adjournment with chair
man G. W. Hummel pi ('siding, nil inein
beis (f the bruit il picsent.
On motion ihe bill of Dr. 11. S. Heed
for SO.').!)!) was refel led to Dr. Dituieicll
Chaiiniau of the Board of Health for
On motion the following claims weio
audited ami allowed and the cleik au
thorized and iiistiiicted to iliaw war
rants on the County Farinlfund inpay
ment of the same.
Farmers Iud. Tel. Co S I 10
Elmer Wilson ... .51.00
L. yiierfnan , 0.75
On motion tho ollloial Bonds wen
appioved, Chas allium, Hoad overseer
Dist. ! Steve Sehute as Justice of the
peace, Oak Creek Piooinet. JohtBey
ke, Overseer Dist. 4, Harm Hnppou
Constable Oak Cieek Precinct. James
Mcintosh Oveiseer Dist. 10, Joseph
L. Burr Overseer Dist. 7, C. G. Pitney
Overseer Dist. 14, J. 11. Morse Over
seer Dist. 0, J B. Stausor Justice
of the peace, Red Cloud City, Chas.
Shellak. Constable Rod Cloud City,
R. W. Koontz County Treasurer.
Now comes W. C. Frahin ex-County
Treasurer and in settlement of errors
showed to the board, wherein ho bad
a just claim against the county, for
1130.57 and tendered his check for 810,
40 Luereby correcting the said error,
and upon motion'the claim was allow
ed, and the payment accepted and the
clerk was authorized and instructed to
draw a warrant on the general fund
for $130. 57 in settlement of said claim,
of W. C. Frahni ex-County Treasurer.
On motion Board adjourned to Dec.
Dee. 8, 1911
Board met pursuant to adjournment.
Membeis all picsent.
On Motion tho claim of-A. It. Martin
for ?'Jy 50 was audited and allowed,
and tho cleric instructed to draw a
warrant on the Emergency lliidgo
Fund in payment of same. OnMotiou
the following claims were audited and
allowed and the clerk uuthori.ed and
instructed to jdrtiw warrant on their
respective funds in payineut of same.
Blue lllll Leader 110.0(1
Webster County Argus I0.r0
School Dist. 34 800
Guldo Rock Farmers Inst 25.00
William Galbrach 2.50
I. W. Edson Co. Judgo 12.80
J. C.Sloss 71.91
University Pub. Co 5.00
Saunders Bros 109.10
ii uldo Rock Signal 30.17
Geo. W. Crow r.0t
Paul Storey 51.50
I. W. Edson S2.M
School Dist. 00 S.00
William Truly LlO
Eugeiio King 1.10
G.T. Phelps 1.10
O.E. Edwatds Llo
Itubo Hilton 1.10
Albert Hilton 1.10
Surah Gibson L10
M. Durdin 5.70
A. It. Saladen 3.00
Joo Fogol 3.00
J.J. Garber 3.00
L.F. Schmidt 02.80
G. OhuiBtcde 1 58.00
G. W, Hummel 03.25
On motion board adjourned to Dc,o.
Buys the liilison Gem pho
nograph, plays both the two
and four minute records. Oak
cover, black horn, metal parts
finished in Japan and nickel.
ror tne iiresicie, also plays
the two and four minute rec
ords, straight horn, oak cabi
net and cover, metal parts,
nickel and Japan.
graph antique oak
new style cygnet horn, meta
parts Japan, nickel and gilded
OTHERS TO $200
Come and hear any of these at your leisure or send for
complete catalogues of machines and records. We have an
easy payment proposition on any of these.
E. H. NEWHOUSE. Prop.
Jeweler and Optometrist. C. B. & Q. Watch Inspector
OUR LARGE LINE OF
Furniture - Rugs
Now open for your inspection.
. Prices the lowest. .
Licensed Undertaker Nebraska and Kansas
ALL THE PHONES
Dec. 29, 1911
Board met pursuant to adjournment,
members all present. .
Now comes Sarah L. Smith by Win,
Smith and makes complaint that she
is erroneously assessed, on lots 1 and 'J
Block 2 of Minors sub-division of lot
27, annex to Red Cloud, for tho Im
provements thereon for the year 1011,
in the sum of 8U0.00 the assessed value
thereof nud reijuestd tho board to re
duco her assessment oil said improve
ments, on account of the erroneous
assossmont of samo, in the said sum
It was movod and seconded that the
above and foregoing reipiost of Sarah
L. Smith bo and is granted and the
County Treasurer bo and is horeby au
thorized aud instructed to reduce tho
assessment on said lots in the sum of
190.00 assessed value and correct tho
taxes on liis book to comply therewith
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Huys the Victor Victrola
VIII, one of the latest achiev
ments in the talking machine.
Made in stolid oak without
horn, all metal parts nickeled.
Equal in tone to any other
make at from $10 to $25 more.
For the Victrola, one ol the
most popular self-playing in-'
struments evei made. One
of the greatest successes in a
moderate priced instrument.
Eor the Victrola, absolutely
the best low priced instru
ment on the market. Hear
these now, Cash or easy pay
ments puts one in your home.
One of these makes Xmas
last all the year
In the mutter of the road petition of
Stunkard et ul for road on section lino
betwoeii sections 15 and 22, twp. 1 rge.
11 Webster county, Nebr,, and the ap
praiser heieinbefore appointed hav
ing filed their report of tho damage of
W. P Kiiehn and Clarissa Maynaul,
and tho entire .board, as a committee
having viewed tho proposed road un
der said petition on tho 2Gth day of
Dccombur, 1011, aud now this matter
coming on for further hearing E. U.
Ovormau appearing as attorney for
tho petitioners, the following witness
es wet e sworn and testified in behalf
of tho petitioners, to-wit: H. L. Stunk
nrd, A. M. Glover, 1). B, Stunkard,
Chas Isom and G. E. Mountford, Ber
nard McNcny appearing as attorney
for claimants, Clarissa Maynard and
W. P. Kuehn.
Upon motion tho board adjourned
tho further hearing of the petition to
January 9tb, 1012.
On motion Board adjourned Sino
(Seal) E. W. Ross, County Clerks
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