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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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City Treasurer's Statement
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Honorable Mnyor mid City Council,
Hud Cloud, Nub.
I submit herewith Muto
nu'iitof the (.'audition of your WoiiMiry
for tliu pciiod from I-Vb. 1, I'M. 'J to
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.The Beatrice Centrifugal Disc Washer-
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Free With Each Separator
It solves tho disc-washing problem-
550 to GOO lb
cleans and driei all the discs in less than
2 minutes gives you a s:
sweat, rpotless tip,
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separator. The presred sttel
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Why not apj)ly the same idea to your body
get riil of the obstruction which is stopping the flow
of life-giving mental force from your brain to the va
rious parts of the body. You'd quickly kick if Johnnie
planted both feet on your hose and stopped the flow
and you'd waste no time poulticing the nozzle,
cither ! Off the hose for Johnnie!
When the bones in your spine get out of line
they pinch the nerves which lend from the brain to the various
parts of your body then the nerves go out of business, or
partially nt least. Of course the parts then lead to suffer.
Wouldn't your lawn burn up in the dry heat of summer If
Johnnie camped on the hose. Same principle exactly for the
nerves cany the life force from the mind.
Here is the Chiropractor's opportunity to
"help jjet rid of the obstruction. He knows how, with tho
"hands alone, to set the bones of the spine in proper position
again and let the life-giving force flow. He knows why, too,
lie's got to know how and why to get a diploma.
And you can rest assured lie1 11 be glad to
answer your questions. lie has made Chiropractic his life
work, preaching and teaching the common sense of this new
science of human betterment. Ask him.
Palmer School of Chiropractic
"Chiropractic Fountain Htad"
RALPH E. CAMP, D. C.
625 Elm Street, ... Red Cloud, Nebraska
Graduate of Palmer School of Chiropractic
. Consultation and Spinal Analysis Free
OFFICE HOURS: 0 to 12 a. m. and 2 to r, p m.
You wouldn't buy breeding stock
from a QypsyThe reputation of the
breeder Is weighed equally with the
points of the animal Stlckney Engines have both reputation
of the. manufacturer and points of superiority.
bbHHBHb1Mb1 EXCLUSIVE AGENT
Red Cloud Hdw. & Imp. Co., Red Cloud, Neb.
I have just received a very extensive shipment
of Spring Dress Goods in all of the very latest
and most up-to-date creations. The shipment
Foulards - Piques
Ratines - Diagonals
1 want to call your particular attention to to
the largest and highest class shipment of embrod
eries ver brought to this town.
Don't buy before examining these goods.
Tttm ntwt things In QIm mutton:
"Good of Quality"-mOur Motto
'Hie recent act of April 19tb, 1008
gives to all soldiers' widows a pension
912 per month, Fred Maurer, the at
loruey, lias all necessary blanks.
Special attention given to diseases
? eye and ear. Glasses accurately
tftted. Dr. Stockman, Ued Cloud, Neb.
Itnltincu March 1, M!l
Ain't on band Feb. 4, MU
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Water Levy Fund
Ain't on band Feb. 1, '13 11 81
Imlanco March 1, 'ill 11 81
Overdraft Fob. 4, 'IB 18143
Disbursements GO 00
Overdraft March 1,'lit '.Ml 13
Electric Light Fund
Ain't on baud Feb. 4, '13 938 3i!
Receipts 1004 r.8
J 087 1)0
Disbursements 1390 Or.
llalance March 4, '13 590 05
Electric Light Levy Fund
Am't on hand Feb. 4, '13 30 48
Balance March 4, '13 3G 42
Am't on hand Feb. 4, '13 3 30
Balance March 4, '13 2 30
Am't on hand Feb. 4, '13 215 20
Receipts 5 00
alance March 4, ,'13
Occupation Fund 1331 37
WaterJFund 3 04
Water Levy Fund 14 84
Electric Light Levy 30 42
Judgment Fund 2 30
Fircmens' Fund 220 20
Electric Light Fund 500 05
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3iiiiJ: Capacity lewee prkca better service.
The one high-pratle stiitul;ud ccparator
sold at a reasonable price.
Next time you are in town, step in and
let us show you why the BEATRICE is
the efficient, durable and economical
skimming machine the qne that costs you $25 to $40 less to be
gin with, that saves time and labor, skims closer, and is easier
to keep clean. x
GEORGE W. TRINE, Local Agent
SH ALSO DEALER IN SL-
Eggs, Butter, Cream, Poultry, Hides, Flour and Feed of All Kinds.
Hlgh9t Mmrkot Prlco Paid For Your Stuff -
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F I RE
9 1202 78
General Kuud Overdraft 214 43
Bal. on hand March 4, '13 9r8 35
No change in registered warrants out
standing. S. It. Floiianci:, City Treasurer.
Nebraskans Flock to Canada
EaUrttt twtlw Is SertoM
That 4,463 people were induced to
forsake Nebraska and Eastern Iowa in
1012, and cast their lot with the
Canadian Agricultural Countries, is
the proud boast of the immigration
offloiala of these Canadian countries
Such statements are being published
promiscuously in Canadian papers and
are being used to Induce other Nebras
kans to emigrate to Canada.
"The property and money represent
ed by these people is $5,105,485 and
1013 promises to surpass even the re
cords of 1012, whloh are represented
by the figures here given." This la the
prognostication of Canadian reports.
That emigration from Nebraska is
greater than immigration la the state
ment of men well versed in Nebraska
affairs. That something mutt be done'
to check this emigration, is the con
sensus of opinion. But opinion has
not yet taken definite form.
However, House Roll 423, which pro
vides for the creation of the Nebraska
Conservation and Welfare Commission
and provides further for the teaching
of "Nebraska to Nebraskans" was
drawn for the purpose of making Ne
braskans more coutented with their
lot. The Commission is empowered
to make or cause to be made surveys
of the state which will establish the
fact that Nebraska is even a better
agricultural country than those Cana
dian couutries, which are not profiting
fiom the judicious use of publicity.
In the face of the above facta regard
ing emigration from Nebraska, It Is
hlKb time that something was doue to
meet the condition. Nebraskans may
wait until It is 'too late. Now is the
time and House Roll 423 is the most
iuuuedittte solution of the question.
Every Nebraskau w ho has tho luterest
of bis state at heart, should urge the
passage of House lloll 423.
TMkX ALARM Is ii dreadful thing
OF" FII9K for the man without
Insurance. Every time lie sees the
engines racing along his heart comes
up in his throat if the fire is any where
near his place. What folly, what mis
THK COST Or is so small that it
INBURANCK need hardly be
considered. The freedom from worry
alone is worth it many times over
Have us insure you to-day.
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
Licensed Undertaker in Nebraska and Kansas
ALL THK PHONKS
210 acre farm for rent 11 miles south
east of Red Cloud, and P miles south.
west of Guide Rock. Apply to C. E.
Rogers 1542 K street, Llnoolu, Nebr.
For Sa?.k White Plymouth Rock
I Cockerells. Joseph Topham. adv
Good Nebraska Steers Coming
E.J. Peterson of Iuavale, Neb., a
prosperous stock farmer and cattle
feeder of the Republican river valley,
had in today four carloads of well
finished steers that brought a good
price. They averaged 1,317 pounds,
and sold for' $8.00. -Monday's Kansas
City Dally Drovers Telegram.
Try our Pratone and Frappe Choco-'
latesand you will buy uo other.
It Pays To Build Sheds!
Multitudinous Are The Uses
To Which Good Shed. May
If You Have
But One Pair of
Build An Extension
And Get ThemUnder Cover!
It WiU Pay In The Long
The Right Kind of Lumber
Good Things To Eat
WE have for you, reliable, fresh groceries. Our
stock is being renewed every day for your
pleasure, profit and health. Don't you enjoy eating
these days? It is the season of the year when we are
building up for. the coming spring's work. Your wants
are constantly in mind. Flour that is right, sugar coffee, '
tea, fruits of all kinds, and everything your heart can
wish, and appetite suggest, we have. You know our
prices are- right and the quality always the -bet, X
THE HONE GROCERY
P. A. WULLBRANDT, Prop.
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
VER STATE BANH
RM Cltid ' ' ' Nebraska
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Horses, pros, piles
WILL BE AT
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Riverton, Friday, March 14th f
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Red Cloud, Saturday, Marh 15
(At Livery Barn)
Wo will btlj flay kind of ft good fat horse. Draft horses,
chunks and drivers). Not necessary to be sound or good workers.
Any age, i to 30 years. &0 to 1800 pounds. We ship to the best
market iu the world. We' want some nice fat mares, .and pay the
highest market price for all StoWt brought to us. Age, size or price
cuts no figure if your stuff is fat Set "Leggy" horses wanted. Bring
In the best stuff that you have, or' tfitfbad fat ones, as prices cut no
figure if you have the goods.
We Want Some 604 Miles
Prom 15 to 10 hands high, 4 to o years old,' They must be fat and
broke to work. Don't forget the date, as we' dome to buy not In
voice, regardless of weather.
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