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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 3, 1912)
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(h'HOM SMITH COUNTY)
Grandpa McKim Is visiting at the
home of Wm. Hooper's this week. Mr.
Hooper and Mr. McKim were neigh
bors in Canada forty years ago.
E. E Spurrier is over to Andrew
Upp's putting up a building for their
Mr. Oarborand Frank Starr of Leb
anon were iu this vicinity last week
buying cattle to ship.
Rev. Rose and Mr. Henderson of lied
-Cloud came out to A. V. Upp's and got
ten bushels of peaches Thursday.
Jess Green and family visited with
Mrs. Geo. Heateu one day the passed
The Pawnee Ladies 'Aid met with
Airs. F. M Brown Thursday of -last
Mr. and Mis. Albeit Musteimuu
spent Sunday at the home ul thus.
Mr. and Mr. J. (J. Peterson left lust
Friday for u two weeks visit with their
daughter Mrs. Claude Duun at Happy
Art Vance, Kollaud Kltchey. Fred
Vance aud Clias. iJennetf-went to
Bidden Wednesday to assist Guide
Rook iu their game of ball with Hoi
st eiu on the 'fait; grounds. ' ' ( V
A. T. Vauce came down from Hust
ings 'Tuesday to look after his inter
ests on the farm.
F. A. Good and daughter Gertrude
Started lor Chicago Friday. Gertrude
intends to take a graduate course iu
the Kindergatteu work.
The uunual meeting of the Cowles
district of the Gleuwoud Telephone
Co., was held Tuesday iu the A. O. U.
W , hall. They decided to favor at
the annual meeting at lilue Hill to
have a regular assessment of ten doll
ars per year.
Mrs. Cuas. Benuett left for au ex
tended visit with her sister at Bailey
ville, Kausas. Mrs. Davis uccuiupau
led her as far as Hastings.
Wm Thomas Sr., and wife from
llird City are here visiting friends and
CMtreftatltRal Chrch Netjcet.
"The pictures of four men at their
-wits end" or "The Last Kesott," will
be the subject Suuday morning. Bun
day school at 10 Subject of address
Sunday evening: "The Candidate
Mid-week service cm Wednesday even-
dng at 7:30. .Subject: "Prayer for
Ministers and Missionaries". Remem
ber that from now 011 the evening
.meetings will begiu at 7:30.
Joiin J. Baynk, Pastor.
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Gents: The proposed Conit House.
to be voted upon this fall at the No
vember Election, you may describe as
follows: The building belug a two
story with basement, l'iri' Proof: Size
84 x 81 feet ou the grouud. The build
ing will be finished up in modern style,
provided with heat, plumbing and ven
tilation. The basement will contain County
Surveyor's room, County Superintend
ent's room, ladies toilet room, gents
toilet room, historical room, four stor
age vaults, vault for County Superin
tendent, vault for County Surveyor,
and Sheriff's entrance.
First Floor will contain County
Treasurer's room with vault, County
Clerk's room with vault, future Comi
ty Recorder's room with vault, Probate
Court room and County Judge's room'
with vault, County Commissioners
room and Abstract room.
SAFE SIDE S
are not likely to lose your
any good bank--but you
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New Court House For Webster
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FLOOR PLANS OF THE
The M'fond story will 'contain 'two
Jury 100ms, County Attorney's room,
with vault, County Sheriff's room,
Clerk of the District Court's room with
vuult, two witness looms, Judge of
the District Court, District Court 100111
to seat about 2f0 people, there will be
ladies aud geut's toilet room for second
floor corridor, also pi ovide toilets for
each jury room aud the Judge of the
The style of tlia buildiifa is carried
out iu Colouiul design, cut of which
will show for itself.
i E. IV. Ross, ,
The above picture and description of
the proposed new court house for
Webster county will quite definitely
Inform the general public us to what
the board of county commissioners
propose to erect provided the vote is
favorable. This method of proceed 11 re
Rr.n Ci.oui, Nkiiii,, Oct. 1, 1912.
Board of County Commissioners met
in regular session. All members pres
ent. In the matter or road petition of
Uurrett, lluile.v, Shuck et. ul, for'n
public road 011 Suction 22-1-u. and the
remoustiance llled by IJciii' et 11 1, ro
mon strati nu against said romt came
mi mi iiuiimiK, iim uui uviueuce lie
Ing piesonred, and upon due consider
ation of l ho Roaid, it was moved and
seconded that the above petition be
and is hereby rejected. .Motion carr
ied. Iu the iiialUr of the petition of A.
j.l. Bruirg and otlicis asking 1 lie County
j. 1 umiril to divide llwiver Creek 1'own
if) I ship into two mail dlstiluts dlvidiug it
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Xorlh mid South the east linlf to bo
No 2 und the West half to b No. 2J-,
coming on to bo heard, r.ftor due con
sideration of the same, on motion the
above petition was granted us prayed
jforiusuld petitlou. Motion enrried.
- tw Week Each Yew Ftr tl.5t.
OCTOHEll , HUB.
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HEW COURT HOUSE
ought to make u strong uppcal to
every thoughtful voter when he comes
to give his intelligent judgment iu the
Viitlng booth. We know exactly just
what kind of a building is contemplat
ed, we know how largo it is, we know
that it is ample fur the needs of this
county for years to come, we know
that it will not cost to exceed seventy
five thousand dollars.
This county has long realized that
the ueed of a new building is urgent,
that our records are gradually being
destroyed and that all of them are iu
danger but the county as a whole has
not heretofore made up its mind just
what kind of a building is ueeded,
how much it will cost or how the
money should bo raised. We believe
that the amount asked will build us a
courthouse that will be a credit to the
county and inkeeplng with our pros
perous condition. We have no sympa
thy with the idea that we should have
three hundred thousand dollars for
On motion the following claims
were audited and allowed and the
Clerk instructed to draw warrants cm
their respective funds in full payment
of same, Moliou carried.
Edith L. McMcKeighan S.'k! 40
Elizabeth Harlan 2 00
Elizabeth Potter 2 00
Or. Hobl. Damerell 8 (Kl
Fred Miurur .'J 00
(1. W. Hummel 48 00
11. Ohmstcile .". . 1)0 00
t V. Sclimidt 81) 10
Paul Storey al oil
T.J. Chapiin 50 Co
A. I). Haiiuey 1 .'!()
Or. Nellie Manrer .'1 00
Hello Spanogld .IU SO
II. J. Maurer .' !I(J (3ti
Toj,itl Issued on (Junoi-al FutuldllH 80
Ij. Y. Suhinldt., 8 20 00
John S. Marsh 4.115
Fred Newman ft 50
John lieyke 41 00
Wm II. Sawyer 35 00
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this purpose. Wu do not believe in
asking the taxpayers of the county to
burden themselves just to make u
show. The amount asked is ample for
our needs The building as comtem
plated will give us a safe place for all
of our records, convenient rooms for
the couuty oHicials aud there will be
practically no cxpenie.ln its upkeep.
The five mill levy for three years
will pay for the building aud there
will lie no bonds or iuterest to bother
us or cause us worry. When the build
ing is erected It will be paid for and
posterity will not bo called upon to as
sumc.any burdens or (debts. We be
lieve that the proposition of the county
commissioners is a good one and we
aie confident that it will meet with
overwhelming approval at the polls.
Old papers 0 cents at this office.
Albert Smith &, Sons of Superior wiU
have their liig Polaud China Hog Sale
October .')() h, 1012. See bills later.
Widersheiu & Haunuy 3!)2 00
Total allowed f.108 03
On motion Hoard adjourned to Nov.
(skai.) E. W. Kos, County Clerk
The Home Tmi
The home town's the best town, what
ever town It is,
The fair town, the square town, for
any kind of biz
To llvo In, to give iu, to work iu, to
To d,cll In, to sell iu, to buy day by
The home town's tho best town, where-
ever it ninv ho -To
divain for. to -eheiuo for, Ho bring
'L'oNlniut for, tu spout for, and not to
inn it dow 11
For It's jour town and my town und
When you look ut thuoatatng remem
her iiolliiug everts as good ns the pic
ture looks; If vou doubt thl stntement
A New Stock of
E. H. Newhouse
l Jmwalir an Ottmmmtrltt
C.'JJ. &jQ. Watch Inspector
A Numbtrof the Win
ters Lecture Course
young Orator Was Teacher Ii
Dayton High Schools.
Who would expect mathematician
i be an orator? The man of flgins
teals with cold facts, while the orator
"seos visions." It remains true, bow
ever, that one of the greatest of t
younger orators on the lyceum plat
form was a teacher of mathematics
in the Dayton, O., high school only
few years ago, when a lyceum maa
ager heard him and at once mad
SYLVESTliK A. LONG.
him an offer of a three-year contract.
This was tho beginning of S. A.
Long's lyceum career. His success
has been notable from tho first. Few
men are better flttvd by natural en
dowment for platform work.
Those who have hoard Mr. Long
will need only tho annoucemont of his
coming to soeuro their presence again.
Those who hvo not hoard him should
not fall to do so, ruul thus become ac- ,
qualnted with one of the most In
prcGslvo speakers on the American
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