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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1913)
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CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
OUR SPRING OPENING
ND SEE the line of implements and hardware we have to offer to you for the
ensuing year. That the best js the cheapest in the long run has always proven
to be the case and we believe that in the line we have selected you will find each article as good
or better for its purpose as you can find anywhere. If you are a prospective purchaser or not, we
will be pleased to have you call any time and inspect our line. Our latch string is always out
but especially would we like to see you in our store.
Friday Saturday. March 7-8th
as at that time we will have representatives from the factory with us to help demonstrate and
explain our machinery and implement line to you. Hot coffee, sandwiches and doughnuts will
be on tap each day and a rousing fire to warm you if you are cold. Bring your family with
you. We would like to meet you all.
Hardware and Implements
Extend An Invitation To
W WlMh To
ft To Visit Our Stote 4fc
This season we are showing
splendid styles in
Ladies' Dresses, Etc.
These Lines Are Selected, With Care
And consideration as regards the demands of our patrons,
who demand the best to be had.
Everything we show is gOOCf. If there are better gar
ments on the market at the price, our years of experience fail
to find it. .
We feel confident we are showing the very best when we
offer our lines for your inspection
Spring Dro99 Good; Wah Good; Etc., Arm All Horo '
F. G. TURNURE 8 SON
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The City Council Meets
Red C'oud, Neb , Mar. 4, 1913
The city council met last night with
the mayor and all members present,
and proceeded to transact the following
Minutes of the last meeting read and
S. Ii. Florance's report was read and
Request of J. A. Tomlinaon for re
bate of $12 50, electric light wiring
license, was read. No action taken.
C. R. Lewis appeared and asked
council to have garbage, etc., cleaned
up around certain residencies in the
Lpity. Referred to city attorney.
City attorney reported on collection!
referred to him.
Moved by Charley Strong and second
ed by Cowden, that Morhart Bros.
claim be allowed for $14.28 be allowed
for $1.78 and balance $12.50 be applied
on their electric light licence, aaid Mor
hart to comply with ordinance before
licence is issued. Carried.
The following judges and clerks of
election were selected:
H. J. Sheldon Geo. Hutchison
J. W. McCracken C. C. McConkey
E. Welsch J. M. Burgess '
' C. F. Evans W. G. Warren
E. H. Newhouse Chas. Giiham
Places of voting: South ward, Wa
ter avd light office. North ward, Fire
Moved by Storey, seconded by Cow
den that the wet and dry proposition be
voted upon at the general election on a
separate ballot. Carried.
The printing of the ballots for the
spring election was let as follows: Hale
the saloon ballot; Hosmer the city bal
lot; Argus the school ballot.
Mayor Turnure made known that A.
C.-Slaby had resigned as night watch.
Grant Christie was appointed in his
place, to take effect at once. Moved
by Strong, seconded by Cowden that
same be confirmed. Carried.
The following claims were allowed:
J. W. Bogenrief $ 8 45
Guy Zolgler 120 00
CUffJay - i.. 75 00
W. A. Patten 67 25
Chas. Fox 16 10
Carry Fry 18 68
O. CTeel ,.. 38 84
S. R.FIorance 125 56
A.C. Slaby 60 00
qeo. Claueon 100
A. C. Hosmer . .' 2150
Saunders Bros 34 65
Morhart Bros 178
A.U.Kaley 5 00
Jm. Peterson 14 00
American Steam Pump Co 14 70
Moving is the order of the day in
T. W. White moved from over the
river on Wednesday.
Clyde Ho wen, v. Lloyd Aniack and
Henry WIggius moved Monday.
The snow is melting itnd roads are
in bad shape for the fellow that has to
The first of March has come and
gone. It come in like a lamb and will
probably go out like a lamb.
Those who shipped cattle from Gar
field on Wednesday were (Seorge Harris,
George Houohin aud Guy llarues.
Mr. Baker, who was on thu Kaley
rauph, has mqved to town aud Will
Harris moved on the ranch aud John
Osborn moved on the Coon place last
John Za.jlc limited hogs to Red Cloud
Charley ilurpham was in Cowles
Too Havel hauled a load of hog? to
Red Cloud Saturday.
March is starting oiit fine and the
snjow is about all gone.
Several from this locality took in
Mr. Doose's sale Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Adelph Sidlo were In
Blue Hill Tuesday shopping.
Mrs. Frank Vavricka is on the sick
list with a sore throat this week.
Willie Vavricka and wife spent Sun
day with Louis Vavricka and wife.
.Louis Vavricka left for Lincoln
Tuesday where he expects tatay for
II, F. Sidlo is going to work for
Willie Vavricka this summer. He
started the first of March.
John Holsworth and family are visit
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Harp
ham this week. They expect to leave
for Canada soon.
Notice to Creditors.
SWe.5,temmnt I the county Court.
I.Ntho matter of tho estate ol christian
Notice Is hereby ijlven to all persons hav
Iiik claims ami demands aalnst Christian
ItnsHer, late ol Webster county, deceased,
that the time Used for tiling claims agalust
Bald estate Is six months from tho 28th day of
March, A. I). 101).
All such persons are required to present
their claims, with tho vntiMmm tn ,..
Counl Judge of said county, at hit office
1111H..11, o;ior ociore tne'JSthday of Septem
ber ioi3; and all claims so illed.wlll be heard
before the aald Judge on the 29th day ol
September MS, at ten o'clock a. m.; and
that the administrator Is allowed one year
from the 1st day of Mqrch A. I). 1913, In which
to pay the debts allowed against said estate
and settle the same.
kai, A. D.Rannev.
Sunday School at 10. At the 11
o'eTock service the pnstor will preach
his annual Temperance Seimon. The
subjeot for the Vesper service at 6:30
will be: 'The Hour, of Christianity'.
The first of a set ies of practical reli
For the mid-week meetings on Wed
nesday evening httirly the second half
of the Fiist chapter of Second Peter,
.loii.v J. Bavne, pastor.
Card of Thanks.
We wish, to thank the mnny friends
and neighbors, who so kindly assisted
us in our late bereavement.
Mrs. M. H lieckwith and Family.
aftlst Church Mfces.
In compliance with the request of
the W. C. T. U. there will be a tem
perance sermon Lord's day a. ra. Sub
ject'Personul Liberty". In the even
ing it will be the "Power of right
thinking." Afternoon services at the
home of A. E. Sutton. You have an
"Scribbles says ho dashes off fugi
tive poetry." "Well, it's been highly,
successful so far In escaping, atten
tion." . . .
Largest Bird of Prey.
Tho world's largest bird of prey la
the bearded vulture. From tip to Up
of wing It measures nine or ten feet
Does Delicate Work.
, Photographically to measure and
record the vibrations of a machine or
building is the purpose of a Blmple)
apparatus invented in England.
Neatly Expressed Warning.
"This seat Is provided bv tha vicar
for old people nd children, and not
(for men who are born tired," Is the
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