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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Bulletin ef The Week's Dolngt
Ice cream ami soft drluks served at
Warren's Restaurant. adv
Herb Ludlow and wife returned the
latter part of the week from a visit nt
Rev. Geo. W. Hummel went to Blue
Hill Sunday where he conducted a
We use only home boiled hams in
our Sandwiches, 5 and 10c, at the Purl
tan Cafe,. adv
Roy Garber returned to his home in
Hebron the last of the week after a
short visit here.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. J. Warren return
ed Friday evening1 from 'an extended
visit in the cast.
Wc use only home boiled hams in
our Sandwiches, 0 and 10c, at the Purl
tan Cafe. adv
Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Burden re
turned home Friday from a visit with
friends in Kansas.
Mrs. W. J. Scrivner and children
went to Lebauou, Kansas, the last of
the week for a visit.
Mr. Wllley, connected with the Lin
coln TeleDhone Company was in the
city Monday evening.
Miss Rose Roats returned home the
first of the week from a visit with
friends near McCook.
Ed. Burr of Guide Rock was attend
ing to business affairs In tills city the
latter part of the week.
Fred Arnold of Inavale chaperoned
Weesner & Koontz's shipment of stock
to Kansas City Sunday.
Wm. Waller and wife of Cowles
spent the latter part of the week in
this city visiting friends.
I). H. Bhtcklcdgo and wife who have
been visiting In Ohio for the past
month are expected home next week
Try the new barber shop in the
basement of the Potter building when
in need of a shave or hair cut. adv
Vern Bailey of Brighton, Illinois, ar
rived in the city the first of the week
for a visit at the home of J. H. Bailey
Kodak goods have reputation for
quality and so have we. Thats why
you find, only Eastman products here.
Newbouse, Jeweler. adv. -
I have the best rate in the covntyon
farm loans. See me and be convinced)
My motto prompt service.
A. T. Wai.kkr
When In need of anything in the
tonsorial lino (ry the new barber shop
in the bnsemeut of the Potter building
Mercer's old stand. adv.
Jaine9 Klzer left the latter part of
the week for Denver and other Coir
rado points before returning to lib.
home lu Bryan Ohio.
Zeph Roseucrans of Belviderc, Illi
nois, left the lust of the week for east
ern points after spending several days
in this elty purchasing stock.
Try our 10c Lemonades, they are un
excelled. Milk shakes Gc nud the best
of soft drinks and Ice cream always on
hand at the Puritan Cafo. adr
Mrs. Chas. Leuszler ami, brother,
Eugene Strayer, returned homo Fri
day evening after spending u week in
Mrs. Geo. Lemlnff aud daughter,
Edna left Monday morning for their
home in Lincoln after a visit at the
homo of Wm. Parkes.
Mrs. Bert Hatfield and daughter,
Vern, returned to thelt home in James
town, Kansas, the iirst of the week
after u visit with Mrs. T. W. Hatfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Mitchell "returned
Saturday morning from Colorado
points where they had been the p-ist
few weeks enjoying a short vacation
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bohanon returned
to their home at Ord, Nebraska, the
latter part of the week after a short
visit here with Mr. and Mrs. N. R.
Couuty Attorney 'Fred Muurcr and
wife accompanied by Miss Mamie
Reiner, left Saturday for a trip to
Denver and other Colorado scenic
Ex-Mayor Dell Turuure and family
are now located in Portland, Oregon,
where Mr. Turnure has purchased an
interest in a wholesale dry goods
Mrs. J. M. Weesner was entertaining
the latter part of the week the Misses
Ruth Youug and Myrta Boitler of
Superior and Miss Ruth Morguu of
Miss Luclle Stubbs and Lew Hum
mell and daughter of Thurmau, Iowa,
are In the city this week, they being
guests of the families of Geo. W.
Hummell and A. B. Pierce.
The simplicity, convenience and
efficiency of the Kodak system has
made it possible for every one to make
the HOMEipiotures you. like. 11.00
and op at NewhouM'a. adv.
1 weeke at tb, bone' of his' ,prenU
Mr. ndMw.SB. Klser.ba, tbfacil
swffiSdjnEo loot prmaiwSfctt
Rev. Jatboe returned to this city
Geo. W. Hutchison is on the slek
list this week.
Mr. House of Inavale was in tho elty
Bert Dawson of Guide Koek was in
the city on Monday.
Fritz Moede spent Tuesday in Blue
Hill with his parents.
Mrs. Harwood and daughter went
to Guide Rock Wednesday.
Fon Sau:: A good milch cow, fresh.
Inquire of W. E. White. adv
Mrs. Rufus Miksch Is spending the
week with relatives south of Klrerton.
Miss Hazel Rust is In Guide Rock
this week visiting friends and taking
in the Chautauqua.
Prof. Moritz and family and Frank
Cowden aud family are enjoying an
outing at Deweese.
Mrs. Jim Lesley of Hebron, formerly
of this city is spendtg the week with
friends and relatives.
A. A. Parsons of Waukesha, Wis,,
arrived Tuesday evening to visit with
friends aud relatives.
The best of workmanship at the
new barber shop in the basement of
the Potter building. adv.
Mrs. Ernest Davis is enjoying a visit
with her two small sisters, Syvilla aud
Marian McDowell, this week.
Sidney Longtln of Butte, Montana,
is iu the city being called here by the
death of his mother, Mrs, Longtln.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Whltely and
baby of Nelson were spending last
week with his parents on Walnut
Marlon Mercer wont over to Lebanon,
Kansas on Wednesday to play with
the Smith Center band at the Lebanon
Misses Mabel and Blanche Pope lie
compaiued Miss Mazlc Sprachcr to
Cowlcs Wednesday where they will
enjoy a short visit.
Misses Martha and Nellie Rust have
returned to their home near Bladen
after a ten days visit with relatives
and friends In this city.
Miss Grace McCall returned home
the latter part of the week from
Valparlso, Indiana, where she has
been attending the University.
Mrs. Cy Norrls and children returned
home Saturday morning af tar spending
a week visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Whltely south of Inavale.
Will Arnold, the popular pharmacist
Bt Cotting'a drug store, left Tuesday
qfarpibg for Roseland to spend a' few
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kling of Cowles
spent Saturday in this city the guests
of Mrs. King's sister, Mrs. It. G,
A handful of Kodak pictures will
tell thu story of your vacation trip In
the easiest way. See tho new Kodaks
at Newhouso's. adv.
Special: Maplo lee Cream and
Strawberry Sherbet every Saturday
aud Sunday ut the Puritan Cafe. II.
Ludlow, Proprietor. adv
Bon Williams, a tormor Red Cloud
boy, who has been working as Jeweler
at Storm Lake, Iowa, has moved to
Geneva, Ncbiaska, where his lias secur
ed a good position.
Farm LoaitS-l have a limited n
mount of private money to place in first
mortgage farm securities, short or
long time, at lowest rates with optional
payments. Write or phone. Daniel
Gakiiku, Riverton, Nebraska.
Lawrence Doyle, who is building
eemeut silos according to the Polk
system for Piatt & Frees, returned
from Gothenburg, Nebr., Monday even
Ing and left for Superior Tuesday
whero he will erect u silo near that
All parties desiring to make exhibits
at the state fair are requested to bring
their exhibits to the depot by Wednes
day, August UTtli aud by not later than
Thiusday morning at 10 o'clock.
There will be a man there to receive
it. Geo. W. Hummeli,.
Harry L'etson, the popular manager
of the MlnefBros. Co., has our thanks
for a copy of the Denver News which
we received the latter part of the
week. The paper contained many in
teresting articles about the Knights
Templar Conclave as well as atiy
number of pictures of the big parade,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bonner are ex
pected to pass through the city this
evening on their way to Red Cloud.
Mr. Bonner was at one time principal
of the high school here, They will
visit at Red Cloud for a few days aud
Mrs. Bonner will then return here for
a visit with the Gittiugs family. Mr.
Bonner will goon to Aberdeen, Wash.,
where he Is employed in a school.
Tuesday's Superior Journal.
Geo, W. Hummell was lu Guide
Rock Tuesday where he spent the day
in looking after exhibits for the State
Fair. Mr. Hummell reports the pros
pects good, even. In spite of the dam
aged corn crops, of having a good ex
hlbltlon at the fair, and nays that the
only thing he thinks Webster county
will be short on will be pumpkins and
squashes, but believe there is aohanbe
'6t kecurlng sdme 'exhibits -even aiong
House to rent. Inquire at New
No. '21 5c Cigars as good as gold.
Try them. adv.
Fresh candy, peanuts and cigars at
Mrs. John Barkley returned Tuesday
from a visit nt St. Joe.
Attorney A. M. Walters of Blue Hill
was in the city Saturday.
Miss lva Carter Is spending the
week with frleuds in Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dickson are the
proud parents of a baby girl.
Mr. Cook, the Game Warden from
Rivetton, was in our city Monday.
Apples for sale. 20c for wind-falls
50c for picked apples. Cecil McCall.
J. H. Bailey left on Sunday morning
for a short business trip to St. Louir.
Mrs. T. J. Diamond left the latter
part of the week for a visit in Missouri.
John Corbctt and family returned
Tuesday evening from Wichita, Kansas
Aaron Hedge, Frank Abel and Har
vey Rlckerson spent Tuesday evening
Nova Brown returned to bis home in
Cambridge on Tuesday night after a
short visit at the home of Al Spires.
Harry Lctsou, manager of the Miner
Bros Company store, left Wednesday
morning for Chicago to purchase fall
The second division of the M. E
Ladies Aid Society will hold a market
at Wullbrandt's store Saturday, Aug.,
Mrs. Karl Patrick left Inst night for
her home In Omaha, after a month's
visit nt the home of her father Dr.
"Dutch" Hill in the employ of the
Lincoln Telephone Company spent
Monday in this city making some re
pairs on the switch boBrd at tho Cen
J. F. Grimes and wife returned to
Blno Hill Saturday. Mr. Grimes had
been here duriug tho absence of Geo.
Warren attending to business matters
Miss Tlla Cook returned home from
Chicago nud other eastern markets on
Tuesday. Mrs. Phures who went east.
with her on a purchasing trip will not
return however until the first of the
All of the Knight Templars from
this city have returned from the big
Conclave In Denver, and are loud iu
their praise of the treatment they re
ceived, and all report having had a
?'ry enjoyable time.
Will Storey was In JYanklln Mon
day evening, where wc learn he whs
entertained, by n handsome lady school
teacher who reside in Campbell, but
wht was attending J,bo 'institute Hi
that place. Mr. Willie McCord ac
companied him up there.
There is to be an I. O. O. F picnic
at Guide Uock on Wednesday, August
27th. Nearly all members of I. O. O.
F, Lodge No. 180 of this place are
making preparations to attend as such
men as E. J. Overing, Rv. E. N
Tompkins of this olty, and Past Grand
Master Kelloy of Beaver City, will be
present an address the gathering.
The city council met on Tuesday
evening but owing to thu absence of
two of the members, Frank Cowden
and Paul Storey, no ofiicinl business
was attended to. Mr. Fuller, the con
sulting engineer to City Engineer Geo.
Overing was present, and submitted
his plans for a sewer system. The
.members present looked over the
plans and the matter will be taken up
more thoroughly at another meeting
yheu all members aro present.
Considerable excitement was caused
Saturday evening at tho bakery and
restaurant of Victor Springer. Spring
or had sold out to a party by the name
of O'Brien, who it seems was to assume
tho liabilities against Springer. Cred
itors began to appear early on the
scene and were not accomodated by
Mr. O'Brien. This caused some dis
satisfaction among our citizens. In u
short time Sheriff Hedge in his. genial
but impressive way appeared on the
scene with court orders of various
kinds and soon convinced all concern
ed that matters must be adjusted.
The matter was concluded by Springer
taking back the business and the dove
of peace now hovers over the place.
Ri:u Cloud, Nkii., Aug. 13, 1913.
Board of Couuty Commissioners met
pursuant to adjournment. Members
present T. J. Chaplin, G. Ohmstede,
W. G. Hoffman, Floyd McCall and Paul
Storey Chalrmau of said Board.
Chairman Storey appointed McCall,
Chaplin and Ohmstede to view u
Section 18-4-12 in regard to claim of
Moved and seconded that the Board
investigate and measure up all bridges
that have not been measured and ac
cepted. Motion carried.
Iu the matter of the Sidney M.
True claim for witness fees In the sum
of 141. Moved and seconded that said
etabjt be and is hereby rejected.
:U-4otUs County Clerk U btre-
by authorized aud instructed to draw
a warrant on the General Fund in the
sum of $'.20,00 iu favor of Rosie C.
Bowling' for the term of 0 months com
mencing Aug. 15, Unit and on thu 1.1th
of each mouth thereafter until 0 war
rants have been drawn In favor of said
Rosle C. Bowling, by order of County
Judge, in ease of dependent children
Oil motion the Cmmtv CUrt iu lin!
by authorized and Instructed to draw
warrant on the General Fund In the
sum of t2T.00 in favor of Louise Green
for the term of six months, commenc
ing August 15, 1013 aud on the 1Mb of
each month thereafter until (I warrants
have becki drawn iu favor of said
Louise Green, by order of Countv
Judge, in case of dependent children.
Moved, by Floyd McCall that the
County Clerk be and Is hereby In
structed to correspond with the state
engineer and request him to come to
Red Cloud' or send a representative
from Iu6 office to go with the Board
and determine ou what kind, style
and size of bridges should be erected
at places where bridges are in con
templation of being built aud furnish
plans and specifications for such
bridges. Seconded by T. J. Chaplin.
Ou motion Board adjourned until
August 1, UU3, 0 o'clock a. m.
August 14, 1013. Board met pur
suant to adjournment.
Moved aud seconded that Board pay
not to exeeed S33.00 per thousand for
bridge lumber and pay not to exceed
6.1 cents per sack for eemeut and that
said Board visit all lumber aud cement
dealers whom they have boon purchas
ing such materials aud notify them of
In the matter of unsafe bridge on
section line between sections 18 and
lit Stillwater Precinct, ns reported by
Commissioner Chaplin. The Board
recommended that a cement bridge 10
by 20 feet roadway bo built on plans
furnished by tho Statu Engineer.
Motion made by McCall aud seconded
by Ohmstede that the above bo and Is
hereby the order of said Hoard.
In the matter of unsafe bridge on
Section 2, Harmony Precinct, 3 miles
west and 1 mite south of Bladen as re
ported by Commissioners McCall, Ohm
Btede aud Storey It is recommended
that whole Board investigate tho said
bridge on Monday, Aug. 18th., and ar
rive at a conclusion as to what typo, f
bridge to placo at this point. Also
that in tho matter of unsafe bridge on
line between Section 10 and 17 Walnut
Creek ifreeiuot that it be and is here
by recommended that u cement bridge
12 feet loug, -20 .feet roadway -with
eemeut fioor be built ftt'this place on
plans' Jfyrnihhed by Statu Engineer
Ou motjon by, Chaplin yuv seconded
by Ohmstede that the above ,was and
is the order of tho Board. Motion
Ou motion the following claims were
audited and allowed and thu County
Clerk authorized and instructed to
draw warrants ou their respective
funds in payuiout of same.
Ed Amuck 5
J. O. Butler
E. li. Doiighman
Blue Hill Farmers' Institute..
W. G. llolTmaii
Hammond & Stevens
'(). D. Hedge
Klopp & Bartlott
H. J. Mir.ircr
II. S. Reed..
L. K. Speucu.
State Journal Co,,
A un io Belle Spauoglo.
F. G. Turuuru & Son...
Webster County Argus.
F. E Maurer .'....
R. B. Fulton
C. E. Vaughau
Geo. G. Holt
AJam Alber 8 0 00
LoeArnett 410 00
A ' II Bowman 240 05
J.P.Burns 8 00
John Beyke 53 00
Mint Bargman :t0 00
Bladen Lumber Co., 801 34
Crow & Seeley 2170
Chicago Lbr. Co., Blue Hill.... 001 8o
Chicago Lbr. Co., Rosemont... 208 05
F. A Good lr.07 00
V.S. Hall 870 80
Dwlght Jones Id 35
Fritz Meyer 27 Oo
JohnS.-Marsh 20 70
R. B. Mcllllce 0 05
OmuhK Structural Steel Works 2306 72
R. 8. Proudflt Lumber Co 2467 47
G G.'jyok'ard. ', 12 00
Jacob Jtk)kunk...., 187 20
J. A. 4itafjLumber Co.v. ..... 43 60
C. M. HMlM..wt..i.v.i'A4.'.,..v.'i-' 61 35
On iMfttoa)"B oat d 'adjourned to
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WORTH 94.60 and $5.00
Other mid-summer at
tractive bargains to de
mand your attention.
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First Door North of Post Office
Through the Northwest
Have you ever besn to Glacier National Park? Have you ever, been .
1 to Yellowstone Park'.' Have you over been to the North Pacific
Coast'.' ' '
. Well, I would like to have the privilege of explaining how you can
arrange a summer Tour to include all three, stopping ut (Hauler ou
the way out and Yellowstone on tho way back.
It's a most interesting trip, and Railroad, Hotol and Stigc facilities
uru so perfect now, that tho trip is a joy from start to finish.
I would like to send you maps and pictures and booklets describing
these places, and I would like to help you plan a trip ami tell you
all iibinit this service nud thu cost.
Gasoline Engine But it will cost
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L, W. WXKKLEY, General Faanenger Agt.
A man can thrash his grain with a flail
lint time costs money and it doesn't pay
You can do your work without a Stickney
you time and money.
EXCLUSIVE AGENT si
Red Cloud, Neb.
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