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VOJjUMB XXX XI
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It ir. true that you arc net likely to lose your
savings if deposited in any good bank but you
are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN NOT to lose them
when you deposit where you have the additional
protection oE the State Guaranty Law. Such
protection is offered you here,
Ifc is surely "good business" to deposit where
you get absolutely guaranteed protection, in pref
erence to placing money in a bank that guaran
tees nothing. '
The State Guaranty Law is behind every dollar de
posited in this bank, and when you open an account here,
you are ON THE SAFE SIDE.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
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Did You See the Large and Varied Display of
Shoes - Oxfords - Pumps, - Etc.
Bailey 8 Bailey Display YIMml
look Bcrore rou Buy a
East Side Shoe Store : fJewhouse Blk I
Made with different Baking Powders
From a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests:
An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made
with each of three different kinds of baking powder
cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted
separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each
for the same length of time.
The relative percentage of the food digested js
shown as follows:
Bread made with
Royal Cream of Tartar Powder;
I 100 Per Cent Digested
Bread made with
I 684 Per Cent. Digested!
Bread made with
I 67 Per Cent. Digested
These tests, which are absolutely reliable and
unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importance
to everyone : Food raised with Royal, a cream of
tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely diges
tible, while the alum and phosphate powders are found
to largely retard the digestion of the food made from
Undigested food is' not only wasted food, but it
is the source of very many bodily ailments.
t i n iii tu i oinuii'i (,. w In lil in
Hi'' uMi .i' iiw loom . of Unit iiMimi i
ti-ih TiH-s In nilit. 'I'lii' most Impoil
am m.itli'i that ci wilful llm lUtoiitljin
'f till" llH'lltli'li Wils tilt' COlllclVIICI!
with llm -clioo' IiohkI I'oni'tMiiinjr HiMV
lmiMink's fin tiiiu'l tiij; tin- needs of lliu
Tito si'liool boa ril through Us I'lmir
man, Mr. llt-niy (iillmin, ivml itssfuio
tiiiy, I'roffHor Morlt, Hlu'od thai
llit'to we u liistilllclont in'coiiimodiit
inns for t.lio iriowlii nouls of tlio bigli
.school iti the pitslmiI (iiuiUm.s and
thai thuio would lio availabh) from
proM'iit rosouiTL'9 tin eo or four thous
and dolhus for building puiiiosus
l''ivu thousand dollars was ducuiud
ni'Ci'hsary to build an addition, or
olhui wisu modify tliu iirusuiitbtitlding.
This would, tit best, u I ford but torn
poi aiy relief. On the other hand, the
expenditure of live thousand dollars
more on the present building, would
pledge the distiiet to continue the
piesent system of two widely separated
bulldiiiKs. lieforo doiiiK anything' to
commit the people further to the pres
ent policy, it was deemed expedient
to take the sense of the public as far
a-j the chamber of commerce could
give expression to Unit sense.
It wus said rather emphatically on
the part of the boiud, that the district
was confined to a clioico of one of
1st, to enlarge and others isi'chanyO
the present hiuji school building:
'Jnd, to build a new stiueturo adjoin
ing the Lincoln building on the south,
of the same dimensions, or,
.'ltd, refuse the attendance of outside
If this wore the situatlou, it is be
lieved that the general sentiment
would, at present, favor the necessary
alterations of the Washington building.
There is a decided aversion, on the
part of many, to the mingling of (the
older and younger pupils on one play
It must be confessed there would be
some economy in having all the pupils
under one roof, but It is very doubtful
wuettier the Lincoln school grounds
are extensive enough to accommodate
the children at the periods of inter
mission, and wh other additional
grounds could be procured at reason
It Is conceded that there ts abundant
tloor space in the Washington building
for the prospective requirements of
the school, but that floor space is not
conveniently arranged, and cannot be,
without a practical re-construction of
the edifice. The main ditllcultv is the
form of the assembly room. It is a
long rectangle, not easily admitting of
an addition that would permit the
seats and pupils to be all the time in
sight of one teacher. That assembly
room now accommodates illy one hun
dred and eighty pupils, and there is a
probability of forty more from the
oouutry districts during the next year,
and an increasing number yearly, uu
til, perhaps four hundred would not
be too many to expect lu a short time.
It is uot ditlicult to imagine such u
result, even though the city population
should not materially increase.
Under our present school laws, tlio
city high school purtnlces of the nature
of a country high school. It is sup
posed to provide tor the graduates of
the district schools, and a tuition feu
is provided by tlio state which recom
penses the city for tlio uso of lis jirop
erty and teachers.
The members of tlio Chamber of Cum
min c showed an tucrsion to consider
ation of tlio subject and were (juito
willing to confesb their unpropured
ness to give any advice of a trust
worthy character on the question.
A committeo of live was appointed
to confer with the board and the
teachers and present their ideas to
tlio chamber next Tuesday night.
Pending the report of that commit
tee, it is not perhaps prudent for the
Chief to discuss the matter at length
or in detail.
Tlio committee appointed is compos
ed of the following gentlemen: J. T.
Diamond, liernard MuN'eny, J, S. till
ham, Harry Lctson nud Henry New-house
The ulory.of diamonds and other gems never
pales; the iridescent lire never dies; the
lovely radiance is perpetual.
We have been selling gems for many years.
Wc know their value. Here you will find
one of the most complete collections of.
diamonds and othjir stones in the country,
both in the loose gems and in the latest
designs of settings. Every gem thoroughly
guaranteed pure in color and perfect in cuU
ting with a price saving of fully 25 per cent.
The Center for Presents
Our store is the ideal
ilace for weddintr or
The better Judge of
jewelry you arc the moro
you will appreciate the
quality, beauty and low
prices of our variod stools
of ring?, mush bags, silver
ware, watches, chains, etc.
We aro satisfying scores
of customers now and
old, every day wc can
please you, too.
Carry a South Bend Watch
nii(lonil forever tlio continual niiuoyatico ol an Inaccurate watih. South lie nil are lliu tratti
words auiniiK men who know. Whin you liny a Soulli IlumJ Watch from usioti m-curo our export
regulation tervlce. Tills Is Important, (or watches itiin't run tho winio tor everybody, Come lu
and lu: us tell you why. Every South liund Watch must pans III liispietlous and run on the dut lu
frcclug cold and bollliiK heat before limlim the factory. ThU tnkm u full year hut Insure accu
racy. Come In and look over our stock and prices, lioth will plciunutly surprise. ou. Conic now I
B. H. NB WHOUSB
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The board of directors through Mr.
Cowden and Mr. Umber, the secretary,
stated that there were complaints on
the part of members ami non members
ugaltist the opening of the club rooms
Sunday. After some discussion, the
club indicated Its opinion by an over
whelming vote in favor of the continu
ance of the present policy.
We see no serious objection to the
actlonof the meeting in this respect.
It is better for the community that
those who wish to meet each other on
Sunday aball have as respectable a
place in which to meet as may be.
There are very few, if any, who gather
in tho club room during the hours of
morning or evening services. It
may be said that none of thoso who
would otherwise bo in church are in
the olub rooms at thoso times. Tholr
attendance at church is not thoreforo
interfered with. Thero aro many who
have no parlors whore they can meet
their frionds, or who would feel wel
come guests in tho parlors of other
people ou Sunday. Wliat.arrangiuent
shall bo mado for thorn'.' Tho club
furnishes them with an attractive
sitting room wlieio they feel thorough
ly lit homo. Itisthu business of tho
community to provide, such a pluco.
The Chief appreciates tho religious
diiUcultles which somo may llud in
contributing to the support of uu in
stitution that violates, to somo extent,
their own ideas as to the proper
methods of observing .Sunday. Uut
tho Chief docs uot tlilnlc that they arc
justiiled In refusing their co-operntlon,
because, the club does not, lu all re
spects, conform to their views. They
aro not fostering au evil because of
their association with others who dis
agree with them. 'I hey arc really
helping to lessen other evils by pro
moting a work which in time will con
form more and more to their ideas, if
they will act with wisdom and charity.
The true place to influence men for
good Is where men congregate for re
laxation and rest. There Is where the
example of Christian gentiemon,
Christian courtesy, Christian charity,
Christian puiity of thought and life
and Christian elevation of character
will act most persuasively upon the
conduct of others.
Real Ef te framtcr.
vFor the week ending April 15th, 1UI3.
Compiled by M. W. Carter, Bonded Ab
stracter, lied Cloud, Nebr.
Anna Wdnziuger and husband to
John M. Wenzlnger, wd, sw
8 nwtf 22 4-0, uyt nw 27-4-
Martha .1. Sleeper to William II.
Walter, wd, lots III to 10, lllk.
4, Smith &, Mooie's Add to Red
Edward II. rMi to Merle J., Mo- '
Laughliu, wd, lot t), iillc. (!,
Charley W. Cowley nud wife to
Anna L. linker, wd, lot 12, 151k.
2, Spenoo's Add to Illation ICO
Hugh W. Ciulllfurd and wife to
Marcus Mol'onhey, wd, lots 111
to I?, UlU. 13. Kali Uoad Add
to Hod Cloud 1
Marcus McConkey and wife to
Maud 'A, McClure, wd, Jots 13
to 18, Hllc. 13, Unil Uoad Add
to lted Cloud 1
United .Statos of America to
.Uwies Uo-js, copy of patent, to
invj) 3-1-0 , .-
Henry Krlhmcler ami wife to
Dora C. Wilson, wd, lot 1, Blk
2, Husohow's Add to llluo Hill (WO
Mortgages Filed, SI 5,052. .
Mortgages Released, 113,503.00.
Rev. Colo has tendered his resigna
tion as pastor of the Baptist church.
No notion has yet been taken mid we
sincerely hope that, ho may bo induced
to chango his mind. Red Cloud needs
a man like Rnv. t'nle. He has con
sidered himself not only pastor of his
church but also pastor of tho commu
nity and tho community has welcomed
his efforts. We cannot have too many
men who are large enough nud Chris
tian enough to look after the broken
htarted and the difcouraged. Rov.
CjIo has demonstrated his ability and
his willingness to labor where his ser
vices are much appreciated, and we
feel that we canuot spore any man
who has done so much good.
A meeting of the church board was
heltl on Wednesday evening, after the
regular prayer meeting sorvlces, and
tho resignation was not accepted. As
a final outcome, Itev. Cole has decided
to remain until September. This fact
the Chief is pleased to note, ns the
Rev. Colo has proven his truo value,
both as a minister nud as a citizen,
during his stay among us.
Mrs. Geo. Warren
Meets With Accident
Mrs. (Jeo. Warren met with fjuito an
accident yesterday. While playing
with her grandson, sho stopped on top
of a coveting that hud boon usod as a
roof of u cyclone cellar, which gave
way under her weight, causing her to
fall. The estimable lady suffered
broken rib, together with a badly
sprained wrist and ankle. While the
injuries are painful oiicp, indeed, it is
miraculous that they did not assumt ft.
more serious nature.
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