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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 9, 1912)
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VOMITS! K XXXX.
HE New Banking Law is now in force 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.
The cap screws down
tigfit against it
thereby forming an
absolutely ink-tight cham
ber for the point; That's
never leaks in your pocket
, or stains your fingers
when you take off the cap to write.
All that in addition to its matchless
itlf-JHIing, ttlf-cltaniiif'&Tl& superb writing
qualities. $2.00, 3.00 and up.
C. L. COTTING
No anxiety on
,", HMnrtoal Society
;vuV 5?'S?t. y":
Blft Time At Superior
Superior is preparing to cntcrlalu
many hundred of visitor thi.s Thurs
day, Friday uml Saturday during
tlii'lr Aviation Moot On Saturday tho
Kit Carson Wild West. Show will nh-o
bu Ihero. On each of Ihu three days,
Longrcti, the During A viator, with one
of the worldV most powerful and best
biplanes, will give a series of exhib
ition flights, proving his mastery over
tlie uir. Ho ha-, had tremendous sue
eesi in liis work -s where aim liusir
antecs at least In minute flights, sonr
iug over the eaitli fur several thousand
feet nud alighting at the same spot
from ''whence he started The contract.
wi(.h fhe aviators reads No Flight
No Pay. Money returned before ledv
Hig the grounds, unless successful
tllght is uiude. Don't fail to come and
see the (lights. Under auspices of
Superior Muse Association.
Conftrcftatlenal Church Nolicts.
'The Indwelling Christ" will bo the
subject of the sermon Sunday morning
at the Congregational church. The.
Sunday School meets at 10:00. At t!
evening service the pastor will give un
address oil ''The Mfe, teaching and
Mlssiouof Pan'." Mr. Hay ne will speak
of "The llrst heathen Convert, the
place where the disciples- were first
called Christian, the First Christian
Council, the llrst Ml-slonary tour,
second journey and the unknown God
made known." Special music at. both
services. .John J. Ihiyue, l'ustor.
Examination for county mil for city
state certilleates will be given May
17th and iBMi., lull!..
Ur.HTRUDK L. Coox, Co, Supt.
if you use
s light, sweet
A pure f ream of Tartar
'! 4mm fcaHnt-..'.
A NswiSMpsr Tint fitvr.s The flr.ns FITtytKs Wnuks Ear.fi Year For Sl.fiO.
BKD OliOUD, N ISKKA.SKA. "MAY !, UHS5.
C. Gigcr, A. Turnure, W. Bruner,
The nuw patrol of Uy Scouts is go
ing to deserve the above descriptions.
In the first place, the Chief likes the
choiccof tltoboysns to name. Deavcrs
are decidedly preferable to wolves.
They are mote industrious, more hi
telligeul and less u.ixlotis. The boys
are uot so uniform in age as the boys
of the first patrol, and theuverago size
and ago area little lest The material
is good and younger a boy is when ho
enlists the less he will need to un
learn. Of the new patrol the oldest is
Caesar Qiger, seventeen past, The
youngest is Allen Moritz, only twelve,
Raymond Turnure, Kverctt. Stroup,
Harold Ludlow, and Eugene Kyau are
Board of Educa
Rei 'Cloud, Ni'n., May 0, l!i'
Regular meeting of the Hoard called
to order by tho president. Membeis;
I resent Bcckwith, Itonn, Coon, Oll
1mm and Storey.
Minutes of previous meeting read
Secretary icportcd total expenditure
for the year 8ll7liG.:i7, total receipts
The following bills were 'read and
S. It. PI oi a nee ?:
lied Cloud Chief
Uuderwood T. Co.
Underwood T. Co.
W. M. WuImiIi Co.
I). E cPailuud
.1. C Slo s
r 83 Exp., Freig't
):t 75 Duplicates
I fi(l '
a. 30 "
0 75 Tiees
-2 80 supplies
7 aft supplies
Milwaukee llrnsh Co 7.50
Saunders llros. 87.8.1
Up n recommendation of the Teach
eis Committee tho followlinr niiui'd
teachers were elected by ballot.
ICindergai ten -Edith Knnney $'7.M
Third grade Ethel (Jartior f7 50
Fourth grade Mary Sheldon 1,1,00
Seven h grader-Mliinle'Chrlstlan 57X0
High School -
A. I. Ulehards, Principal '' tiO"0
Weltf-tcr Hay, Mathematics 80.00
Leta liiuch, Uoui'tio Art and Eng 7,1.00
losephiue Uichards, Com. & Hist 7ii 00
Olivo Jones, (lurman and Hislory 70.00
Nellie Ueece, Science , 70 00
Coder the rules, of the board the fol
lowing named teachers signed conduct-,
tirade 3 Alice Coomb-, salary- W5 00
" .1 K itheryue Burke, ,17.fi0
0 -E'slo Arnold, " 550O
8 Hut h Johnston, ' " 65 00
Upon motion the building and
grounds committee whs Instructed to
lease the base ball grounds for one
year at 8'.'5 for High School athletics.
Hoard adjourned sine die. '
It. D. Moritz, Secretary.
Board called to order by Mr, Storey
Upon motion Mr. Henry Gilliam was
'- " "S-s-" r 's-c -AJ33,Jtati?. J"v,"'-ur:y.'-'. .ggyg7'fif
E. Stroup, H. Ludlow, B. Atkins
fourteen; Uernard Alkius Is sixteen
and Will limner is fifteen. Everett
Stroup is the tallest, Eugene Itvau is
the smallest. Tho picture shows a
group of tine-looking anil promising
Hoys, Already the people of the city
m'i$ noticing good results from the
organization of the first patrol. With
out, lessening the sport and enjoyment
of the boys a particle, it has clcvutcd
them in the opinion of the men and
women of the city to the rank of co
workers, for tht) elty's welfare. The
new paliol promises to be of great
assistance and we trust that next
week's issue will contain a pictuic of
the third patrol which will? complete
the llrst troop.
elected temporary chairman.
Moved and seconded that the temp
orary organization be made permanent
Moved and seconded -that It. D.
Moritz be'electcd secretary. Carried.
Upon motion Mr. Paul Sloioy whs
The chairman appointed Storey,
Ti limbic and Coou a linaucc commit tee.
The attention of the board having
been called to the practice of certain
individual residents in school district
No. 2 to list a part of their neisoual
property in adjoining districts. It was
moved and seconded that the II
nance committee bo instructed to con
fer with the county attorney and board
of commissioners and take such action
as is necessary and the law provides.
UpMii motion Tiei-s llurwoud was
employed us janitor for the year lllls
i:s at $.10 per month. John Wolfe was
Miiplojcd as janitor at $.10 per mouth
services lo begin Sept 1, I '.Mi! to June
Upon uiiilioti, Biipcriiitfiuhut was
Instructed to transcribe, the old High
School records to the lose leaf system
now in use. Also to prepare the old
Kiiidcrgardeu IStiildiug for a Domestic
Upon motion, the Superintendent
wits instructed lo issue two comple
mentary tickets to each graduate for
idass night and comuieiicemeiiV and to
penult each graduate to purchase six
additional tickets before placing the
tickets on sale to tho public.
Moved and seconded (hat class night
and commencement tickets be placed
on sale at 75 cents for the two nights.
Board adjourned. '
It. 1), Morlt., Secretary.
PlttUtlugcorn is the order of the
day In (2 ar field.
Charley Campbell lost a nice colt by
the barb wire route.
A fine Nebraska raiu on Friday
night and some ylud.
Charley Sohull z bought ahorse of
Will Fisher on Friday.
I Will I'lshcrand children were caller
at. T. V. White's S.mdav.
Smith Bins, sliirted plaMuu cm n
on Monday, May (ilh , with IwnlNli is.
I'i(ter Mclnto'-h broiiitht. his cults
over in (i'lt-liolil In pasture this slim
Mis. T. W. While and chlldieii wete
in (tHrllehl on Kriilay attending the
.loc Mudd traded Ills mule team to
lieu Watt, for a buy team of horses on
Monday and llity both c,ot bent.
Sunday was- a nice warm suushluey
day and was the llrst nice day we have
had this year for It generally rains on
Miss Veula Henderson finished a
vory successful school In district 85 mi
Friday and they celebrated the occasion
by the neighbor and people of the
district bringing ill well llllcd baskets
and having a big dinner. A line pro.
gram was rendered by the scholars of
the si'hool. There was a good crowd
at the school house and the people
weto well llllt-d up after dinner. The
teacher gave several nice prizes to the
scholars. Muriel Fisher received a
nice prize fur regular attendance as
she was the only one uot to miss going
to school during tint term.
Notice To The Public
Rhd Cloud, Nkiiii , May 8, in It!
To,Whom It May Ooucirn
Notice is hereby given that the city
of ited Cloud will not bo rosp-jiislble,
nor will It consider any claims or de
mands ngnlnst. ihu city, which is nut
accompanied by a duly executed re
quisition for the requirements needed
Please observe the abovo requests and
THE PURITAN CAFE
sSSsHERB LUDLOW, Proprietor j----
CJ Wc have the reputation 'of sctving the
best meals in this cily. This fact, coupled with, .
the best of service, is the secret of our success.
Q We aso carry a full line of cigars and
tobacco and serve ice cream and soft drinks,
having opened up our fountain for this season on
Easter Sunday '
FURNISHED ROOMS IN CONNECTION .
IF IN DOUBT LET
Canton 2-Row Weeder
VVHE Season will Soon be here to use Tools to tend Corn.
If you will spend a few minutes time looking our line over
you will say it is the most complete line in the county.
4MJ&i. hU UyAiUiXlMiJKrtlMVr.y.
If you ever fet anything
hero that causes the least
trouble bring it back quick.
Because we will make it
right for you-we will make
it right with you.
That means we will either
tix the article you have or
give you another one to re
place it. k
We sell everything with
this understanding and want
to hear of every case where
there is the slightest cause
E. H. Newhouse, Prop.
C. B, &. l Watch Inspectors
All Aboard East
Thunuinuer of reservations now be
ing made for a place on the big Demo
cratic Special TriJu to JhcUultimoro
con volition indicates that, a great many
Nobraskntis will go. Many aiu women,
bound for a visit east and tuklng ad
vantage of the best rata obtainable
fli for the mini I tr""' Many republi
cans will go. The. train leave. Omaha
the night of Juno '22 and arrives in
Haltlmore. the morning of Juno 'Jl, the
lay before the big convention opeim.
For particulars address
HcNltV C. UiciiM(iNl), Oiniihrt, Neb.
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