Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 8, 1912)
. j -a , ,r ,v'i';w,Twwwww.7s
"&JtA3fcJCJ """- .-..- ... -.g n-.iM '
""-r " T1T1WT1.T.ILI HUMIUl HI. gyp - ;
fgmggafi&rgf; .jnv? r: ..v7.m:,..,i,miVvSS
Customer! often ask this con
cerning our line of more than
400 great novels at this price.
In GROSSET c DUN
LAPS list of copyrighted
fiction you will find the very
best works of the greatest
writers of the day. We offer
such books as "The Master's
erlost," "The Trail of the
Lonesome Pine," at a cost
easily within the means of all.
Here is a list of new arrivals.
Just look them over and re
member that there are more
than 400 others just as good.
Tkt Trail el Ik Laattoat Plae... Jolia Fat, Jr.
A Weaea ol tat WarlJ. . EIU Whctltr Wilcos
TktMilatt .Htarr t Relaaa
Shtila VJJr Aaiclli B. Birr
riTi Gtlloat ol GiMllat. ..Morrii B. Welle
Tkt Hlk Rial . . Jacaeta Falrtllt
YtlhtwMeat NIBta.......iltrafrt Oulck
Tkt Llfkl (kit Lartt Percy Brtbaer
Tkt Steal Wilt .Taeaatoa Bachaaia
Tkt Heate al BaaJtt..RtlailJ W. Ktaf ana
A Cathedral Coamhla. .Kilt Doailit Wif (la
Tkt CM Trail Harold Ma Jlou
Tkt Nut al tkt Sttrrowaewk.Biroetii Orctr
Call, write or phone for a
complete list. """ "
CHAS. L. C0TT1NG
(KIIOM SMITH COUNTY)
1. J. (Irewell and family spent Sun
day with EdMountford and family.
Celysle Serivner returned to her
houit) In lied Cloud, Monday, after a
week'-, visit In the country with Melon
Mis. Geo. Mntson has been quite
sick. Dr. Murrlsuu of Smith Center
was called B.tturday. She Is reported
some better at present.
Chut. Hooper and family, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert .Masterman, Mr. and Mrs.
E. E. Spurrier, anil Mr. and Mrs. Dell
Brown were among those who attend
ed the Lebanon Chautauqua Frldaj
T 8. Spuirler returned Saturday
after a two week's stay In the Ozark
mountains, lie purchased a farm two
miles from Springfield, Mo., where he
expects to make his future home, as
tie baa better health in that climate
Miss Mlunle Million was dowu to
Lebanon a portion of the passed week
as the guest of Miss A'a Waguer.
Win, Hoopor left1 Sunday for au ex
tended visit with old frieuds In the
eastern part of Canada.
A nice raiu fell Mouday nlylit,
John Haw Is was tin ashing his oats
Cup llouchin'h hot se kicked him on
the aim and hurt him quite bad Ho
carries his arm In. a Klliiy uow.
Pete Mnnlcy was visiting at Will
Mrs. Clyde How en relumed home on
Friday fiom a two weeks visit in tho
eastern part of tho state.
Jim DeWitt is helping Smith Bros,
put up hay this week.
Mrs. .1. Amauk roturued home from
MeCook ou Saturday.
All the small graiu In (iarlleld Is
very neatly all thrashed.
Mrs. Howard Wirt and children came
home Sunday from Hastings where
they had spent the last week. Mr.
Wirt went after them In their auto.
T. J. Maloney returned to Hot
Hprlngf, Arkansas last week to cou
tluuo taking treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Hunt of Almena, Kas,,
are visiting at the home of their
brothers L. E. aud Harry Hunt.
Miss Jennie Reed Is here visiting
relatives, She Is a sister of H, S.
John Hunt and family, who have
been visiting several weeks with re
latlvee returned to their borne In
Oregc last week,
A good inntiy Guide Hock people
wentto Uostwlek Thursday to attend
the M. 12. Sunday school picnic.
MIh (lertriido Liuuhcil 1 taking
her vacation tills month. She works
In tlif Signal otnYe.
MUsesOri Watt, Ethel anil Maggie
Woodwind and Kffle llowaid aic if
mong those who went to Lincoln h8t
week to attend the Epworth Assembly.
An aunt of Mis (Jeo.tJetiliran is here
Mrs. Frank FUher Is home from
Illinois where she has been Visiting
the past few weeoks.
Mrs. Meredith Otiy gave a party
Wednesday evening of last week In
honor of Miss Maggie Ward, it being
Mrs. Max Under of llrokoii Bow Is
heie helping to care for hr father
Mr. Oberhelde, who is very sick.
Dr. II. M. Ueed and family are mov
ing Into their line now residence this
week, which Is located on main street
just, north of his ofilee.
Oi val Watson of Lincoln came in on
the passenger Saturday evening for a
short visit with his parents.
Murk MoConkoy, who lives near
Almliuo, Kas., was in Cowle.s Satuiday
shaking hands witli old friends.
(luy Scott attended the cliautauqua
at Hastings last week.
Oscar lloyce of Itcd Cloud was In
The Cowles base ball club crossed
bats with the boys from Lester Tues
day. The result was ill favor of
Cowles by a score of six to eight.
The Marshall Is going urouud this
week collecting the village dog tax.
Mrs. Hcrry of Uallyvllle, Kas., who
has been visiting her parents aud rela
tives for a short time returned home
The U. & M. 11. H. Co., has n crew of
men here prepailug to move the depot
on Main street and on the west side of
the itriick. This will make It mote
convenient for their patron.
Mrs. Geo. Hay lor's father from Can
ton, 111 , came In Wednesday torn visit
with the Kay lor family.
Miss Gertrude Good was a passeng
er lo Kcd Cloud Weducsoay morning.
Clyde Dickenson's mother and two
slslors came In on the morning train
Wednesday for a visit.
Ivan Dickenson moved Into the.
property rcceutly purchased by N. V.
Anderson. ,Thls property will be very
haudy for him as It is so near the
A. J. Guy had a large company of
relatives call on him Sunday and re
mind him that he had another birth
J.H.Morse was looking after the
roads on Willow Creek Wednesday.
T. J. Chaplin was called to Nevadia,
Iowa, to attend the bedside of an
uncle who is dangerously sick.
City Treasurer's Stateaeat f ran
2 ti Am. 8
August (5th., 11)12.
Honorable Mayor aud City Cou ioll,
Red Cloud, Neb.
I submit herewith state
ment of receipts and disbursements of
your Treasury for the period from
July 2, 1012 to Aug. G, 1013.
Amount on hand July 2 f 390 43
Receipts 25 00
Disbursements 107 50
Balance on hand Aug. 0, 217 03
Amount on haud July 2, 140 40
lloeelpts M". 18
Dislmisumentb .'lid 17
Balance ou haud Aug. 0, 101 47
Water Levy Fund
Amount ou hand July 2, ir0 02
Disbursements 132 60
Ha unco ou hand Aug. 0, 17 2'2
Amount on haud July 2, 1(18 31
Receipts none .
Disbursements Go Co
lialaucc un haud Aug. 0, 48 81
Kleetrlo Light Fund
Amount on haud July '.',.. , .. . 744 S3
lteeelpth 000 35
Disbursements 1374 13
Overdraft 03 45
Llectrlo Light Levy
Amount ou hind July 2, 208 02
Disbursemet 177 77
Balance on haqd Aug. 0, 30
Amount ec han. Jaly 2, 9
No receipts nodisbarsements
Balance oa band Aug. S, 0
Amount on hand July 2, GO 20
Balance on hand Ami. 0,
Water Levy Fund
Electric Light Levy Fund...
Overdraft 12. L. Fund
Balance TH 00
S. U Fi.oit..N;i:, ( Ity Ttensurer.
City CshmII Heels
Rkd Clouii. Neil, Aug 0, 1U12.
The city council met In regular sess
ion with Mayor Tin mine presiding and
the following counollmen were in their
chairs: Cowdcti, Storey and Sherwood.
Aid. Storey moved that the ditch
proposed on Arch street bo reconsiderei'.
On motion the permit to construct the
ditch was refused by a full vote of the
On motion City CI rk Teel was In
structed to adjust the matter ol line ex
tension between C. H Miner and the
city. Aldermen voting: Cowden,
Storey and Sherwood.
An ordinancevwas passed to establish
Moved by Aid. Cowden, seconded by
Aid. Storey that the legal department
be instructed to bring suit if necessary
to stop F. L. Smith from putting down
a cess pool to water. Carried.
Appropriation ordinance was carried.
The following claims were allowed:
GuyZsigler $ 45 00
Wm Patten 60 00
Will Jay 7500
Charley Fox 40 00
S. R. Florence H20 G5
O. C. Teel 27 45
Ed Fry 25 96
AlSlahy 0 00
Geo. Clausen 75 CO
Argus U 0J
Huyd Smith (sub to settlement) 5 fcO
C. P. Wallin (old) 4 00
WolL&Whituker (ub to check) 102 66
C.J. Piatt 185 14
Saunders Bros 84 85
JoeCarr .....' 22 60
G. E. Hall 10 00
C. It. Lewis 10 20
II. B. Miles 118 38
Fred Tyler 22 44
Mid West Elec. Co 9 00
D. W. Turnure, Treas 92 00
Crane & Co :.. 2244
Western Electric Co 100 45
Saunders Bros 110 85
Pope Bros 15 80
Turnure, Treas 62 00
Piatt & Frees 106 40
Saunders Broj 91 60
Turnure, Trea3 20 00
Neb Telephono Co 5 00
Crane&Co 17 30
Saunders Bros 47 6Q.
Wolfe & Whitaker 416 60
Crane&Co 12 52
Morhart Bros 19 45
Piatt & Frees 18165
Red Cloud Hardware Co 34 00
Turnure, Treas 61 00
Saunders Bros 26 45
Pope Bros 9 65
Curtes Ins Co 85 00
Standard Oil Co 9 88
Mueller Mfg Co...: 98 11
Little Things of Life.
"Life I made up of little thlngt. It
Is but once In an age that occasion Is
offered for doing a great deed. True
greatness consist! In being great In
little things." George MacDonaM.
A. C. AMES. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
RED CLOUD. - NEBRASKA
Office with Dr. Raines
Anrone aandtnff a akatrh and dctcrlptlnn maf
oulcklT ascertain our opinion rreowneuier an
iiivantlnn la probably ptentIjj',onirjunloa,
tlona.trlclWcoiiUdantlal. lttlMWOK on I'at.nU
tent 1 rea. Oldaal agancy for aaouniilPaMiui.
ratama lakan tnmuan Munn. iv
A hanrtiomelr lllnilralad waailjr. formst cir
culation of any .clentlSo Journal. q'ernn.SI a
rttiirt four montna, II. Bold byalt nawidMlera.
MUNy Coe,B"New Yorr1
Branch OrncoT6K K HU Washington. U.C.
D. D. Sanderson, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Olltce in Moon Block.
Hell, Black 4; Ind., 11)3
Residence, Royal Hotel.
Bell, 47; Ind., 27
Calls Answered Day or Night
RED CLOUD, MRU. '
Builders9 Hardware, Plumbing Goods,
Furnaces, Windmills, Buggies, .
Let us figure on your Hard
ware and Plumbing Jobs. We
believe it will be profitable for
both of us
J. C. SLOSS
Wall Paper. Paint and
Room Mouldings, Pict
ure Framing. Pictures
and artist Material
J The Only Exclusive Store.
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
tVEt STATE AIW
AMONG YOU fAEIfB
there's none that, may suddenly bo
come more important than your
lire insurance polloy. Fire is no
respecter of either time or persons
and it may bo your turn ne.t to
suffer from it
ir YOWRK NOT IN9UMKD
better have us attend to the matter
at once. The fact that you have
escaped lire so far doesn't for an
Instant mean you will nlvvajs be
O C. TEEL,
niAMONQ aWfQsm BRAND
Aak yaaa Uraitcbt for Cni-Cil 8S-T8R'
Oolo metallic bosea, scaled with
Blhhnm. Takb mo otiii. al
DMHunu uk ainu rti.L,a id khv
m M Mab b
mTiiaaa auian pu.l.a.
N HAND PH.LS, for tweet-l
years regarded as Beat.SaSMt, Atwars Reliable.
BOLD' BY ALL DRUGGISTS
ll EVERYWHERE 5SSR
5f KJW '
All Kinds of
G. A. R. REUNION
FRANKLIN, NEB. AUG. 12-17
Sunrise Morning Oun
Ha i hi ii g
0:00-Call. Martial Music
0:15 Music, ll.ind.
MONDAY Mayor Thos. Powers, lion. R. M. Alkln, O. W Pi at her,
Thos. R. Robertson.
TUESDAY-J.E. Hnll, C. Hildreth, J P
A. Oault, W E. Ewln, K M Hussong. H. S.
WEDNESDAY-t'apt. C H. Adams, Hon J
THURSDAY-A. C. Slialleuhurger. It. I) Southerland
FKIDAY-Hilas ti Barton.
SATURDAY Not jet announced.
C. E. HALL, Sec'y.
iWWWN-WW WA 'V'V'VAa
1.30 Mush', Band."
2:0o Music, Quart tie.
i!: 15- Address.
3:45 Music, Quartet ti.
4.00 Hall game.
Sunset Evening gun,
8:00 Camp Are.
Feese, .las Conkliug. A.
Duugau, A. II. Byrum.
, R Burton, Hon. Clyde
r m ,
1Jtii'i- "2S -
H'i ", V
Powered by Open ONI