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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 3, 1913)
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RED CLOUD, SEHRASKA, APKIL 3, 11.
BE ON THE SAFE SIDE ft
It is true that you are not likely to lose your
W savings if deposited in any good bank but you
are mosuliuiciLix u&EtiAin nui 10 lose mem
ili when you deposit where you have the additional
U protection ol the State Guaranty Law. Such
Mj protection is offered you here.
f It is surely "good business" to deposit where
T you get absolutely guaranteed protection, in pref- j
i erence to placing money in a bank that guaran- jj
$ tees nothing. fi
ilfi The State Guaranty Law is behind every dollar de- fl
ilf posited in this bank and when you open an account here, W
Of you are ON THE SAFE SIDE. W
ttl WEBSTER COUNTY BANK $
MJ RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA V
Nine Votes Puts Red Cloud
In the Wet Column
5e and lOe Store
j ln tlif! city election held licru Ti.cs
( day tli iH'opli! dianed the policy from
. dry to wut ly nine vntvu. Tlio wet voto
in tlio first ward was fourteen loss
than lust year but It was tlilrtyotie
tuoro In tlic second ward than the vote
of oiio'vcnt' af?o. Don Saunders was
elected mayor, S. V. Foe and J. D.
CraiiH, aldermen of the first ward, Paul
Story alderman of the second ward,
O. C. Teel, city clerk, S. It. Florance,
Treasurer, 0. H.Overiiitf, city engineer,
and Jatnes Burden, police jude. The
following is the unofficial voto:
For Mayor, 1st Ward
Don Saunders 93
J. O. Caldwell 91
O C.Tecl 106
W. It. Bailey 77
S. tt. Florance 135
For City Engineer
Geo. II. 0 vering 159
For Police Judge
James Burden 117
J. B. Stanser 67
W. A. Sherwood 82
S. W. Foe ior,
Charley Strong 82
John Crans 95
For Mayor, 2,1 Waid
Don Snutulprs 164
J.O. Caldwell 93
0. C. TmsI 167
W. It. Bailey w
S. It. Florance 206
For City Engineer
Gto. II. Overing 217
For Police Judge
James Burden 167
J. B. Stanser 85
Paul Storey isg
For School Board, 1st Ward
Henry Gilliam 121
L. II. Blacklcdge 113
M. B. Corner 74
Homy (Jilham and h. II. lUaeklcdgo
were elected members of tlio school
board for the three year torm.
Wishes to thank the people for their liberal
patronage on their opening Day, last Satur
day, and we will every day in the week
give you as good values as on our opening
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Watch For Saturday Special
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Weesner, Perry & Go.
The Low Cost of Good Living
The National Canned Food Associations have set
aside the week of March 31st to April 1st., to familiar
ize the Consumer with the wholesomeness, the ex
cellence and the economy of Canned Food.
They have sent out for distribution a small leaf
let, entitled "How to live well without going broke or
pawning the family Diamonds". One of these will
" be sent you with your next grocery order.
During this week we will make special prices on
our Canned Goods.
Come in and get our prices by the. half dozen,
dozen or by the case and you will buy. Then you
will have in your own home,
"Good Living At It Lowe it Coat"
Weesner, Perry ft Company
K Dry Goods, Groceries and Ladles' Ready-To-Wear Garmtnta
Red Cloud Aids
A band concert was given in the
opera house by the Red Cloud Concert
Band, under the leadership of Prof.
Hetz, on Monday evening, the proceeds
being turned over to the unfortunate
Omaha tornado sufferers. Some of the
ouslness men devised this method of
raising funds on Saturday, and bills
and tickets were printed. The tickets
were placed on sale at all of the busi?
ness bouses and sold at 25 cents a
piece. There were 482 tickets sold
which netted 1120.50. To this a
mount was added 939.05, which was
received from cosh donations, making
a total of f 159.55. Out of this was
paid the expenses, a matter of only
17.60, which left the neat sum of 9152.
05 to send to the unfortunate ones of
It was good to see our citizens re
spond to the call for aid and to Father
Fitzgerald, F. V. Cowden and others,
considerable credit is due for devot
ing no small amount of time to the dis
tributing of the tickets, collecting the
money, etc. Even though Red Cloud's
donation may be a little, and perhaps,
also, it may not be quite so large as
someotber towtiN of Its size, it will
at least show Omaha Rod Cloud is on
tho map and is luhabitcd by people
with real blood in their veins.
Mayor Turnure also appointed Ales-
dames J. II. Bailey and J. G. Potter as
a committee to collect clothing, bed
ding, etc., and tho citizens gave liber
ally along these lines.
William Philip the only child of Mr.
and Mrs. R. O. Miller died at their
home April. 1st. at 12:30 A. M. aged 4
months and 4 days. The bereaved
parents have the sympathy of the en
tire community. Funeral bervices
from the home of A. E. Sutton at 2:30
April 2. W. F. Cole pastor of the
ItaptlHt church ofllciating.
A little bud has left us
To wait just over the way,
Whore sickness and pain never enter
And good-bys we near have to say.
We too somo day may enter
That home just over the way,
Thro the merits of our Savior
We live with the lovod all way.
I will make you a prioe on a second
hand car that you cau not afford to
miss. Must go next wcck.-L. K. Tait.
Dr. C. E. Cross und wife and children
spent Suuday In Franklin with relatives.
Real Estate transfers.
For tho week ending April 1st, 11)13.
Compiled by M. W. Carter, Bonded Ab
stracter, Red Cloud, Nebr.
Christian Fassler aud wife to
John A. Anderson and Lena
Anderson, wd, nwjrf 15 4-11.... 814100
Chris Fassler and wife to John
A. Anderson and Lcua Ander
son, wd, nj sw 15-4-11
E. Lee Kcmmcrer to Robert B.
tyrtenlcr, wd, w w nwtf
B.'Lee Kemmerer to Susan Port
enter, wd, ei uw 11-29
David H. Kaley and wife to Mar
tin I. Brown, wd, pt swtf 14-1-11
George Vollers to Mattle Vest,
wd. swj, nH swtf 2019
Mattie Vest to George Vollers,
wd, nwK, aX setf 201-9
Florence V. Mellon, et. al., to
Edwin G. Oatman, wdJu se
James MoBride aud wife to W.
A. Smith, wd. so 20 2 1Q ?imn
John Ilurvey to Cap W. Harvey,
wd, n nw 22-2-12 010O
J. 11. Bailey und wife to C. F.
Hansen, wd, wj; se.'4', e?swjf
17-1-10 ' 120O0
John P. Simpson to Laura E.
Buzzard, wd, pt lot 4, Bushows
Add Blue Hill, Nebr ..
Theresa Holbrook, et. al to
Laura B. Buzzard, wd, pt lot 4,
Bushows Addition to Blue
Clarence Moore Paugh and wife
to George Johnson, wd, lots 9,
10, (ilk. 0, Urusels Sub-Div. to
Itohrer's Add to Blue Hill 70O
Leroy E. Spcnce, et. al., to The
Public, Dedication Deed, part
lot 10, 21, pt lots 8, 23, Spence
& Bennett's Add Bladen 1
L. B. Spence, et. al , to Henry H.
Hitc, wd, lots 7, 8, Rlk. 2,
Spence & Bennett's. Add to
Mortgages Filed, $05,890.00. .
Mortgages Released, 120,700.45.
Parsifal at the Tepee
Wednesday, April 9th.
The world famed colored feature pro
duction of Parsifal, which has been
immortalized by the music of Wagner
and is known throughout the world as
a masterpiece will bo shown at the
Tepee next Wednesday evening, April
oth., (one night only).
It issuld to bo tho most spectacular
production ever placed on exhibition
and a mastorplcco in three magnificent
reels, instructive and interesting,
Remember, one night only, Wednes
day, April Oth. Regular prices.
The friend-winning prices
that wc arc making in our sin
will surely interest you. Cold
type cannot do justice to the
extraordinary offerines. Btiv-
ing jewelry here means
spending money right.
Style may change but
our hieh dual it v. low nricn
standard of jewelry sell
ing remains fixed.
Here you will find
a satisfying assort
best productions -
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E. 1. jfleuihoase
SEE THE NON-SKID TREADS
ON NO-RIM-CUT TIRES
These arc extra treads, made of very tough rubber,
vulcanized on to the Goodyear tire. Thus a double
The extra tread consists of deep-cut blocks. They
present to the road surface countless edges and angles.
Each block widens out at the base, so the strains
are distributed, the same as on smooth-tread tires.
Come see how efficient, how enduring, is this
Goodyear winter tread.
CHAS. C. BENNETT, Agent
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