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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 5, 1914)
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RED CLOUD, IN KBUASlvA., ITKBKUAKY 5, 1M.
Your Duty To Your Family
is not only save for a rainy day. but to
Safeguard Your Savings,
YOU CAN'T LOSE if you deposit in this
bank, because we operate under the State
Guaranty Law, and every dollar is protect
ed by the State Guaranty Fund.
Besides that, this bank is sound and safe
and conservatively managed your money
here would.be safe without the State Guar
anty, but with the added protection, you
simply can't lose no matter what happens.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
S99"mm- 69S9 -4ilS6S
WE ARE SHOWING .
THE ADVANCE STILES IN
- FOR SPRING Jf)
ALL THE NEW
Shapes and Colors
A SPECIAL NEW LINE OF'
Cans For Spring
LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU
Rod Cloud, Nebr., Fob. 2, 19l I.
Hoard met in i titular session. Mem
ber present Storey, Turnuie, Uilham,
(Joon, Ciolghton und Blucltlodgc.
Minutes of provloiu meotings lead
Sccietury repotted 81 1 10.70 cash on
bund und nil out standing war run ts
1'iiitlondainjbfor the first bcinistcr
ending Jan. 10, 1014 amounting to 1087
Imve been tiled fur collection.
Upon motion spring vucution was
ordered to begin Mtiroli 30th, uud cud
Moved uud seconded tliut u fee of $1
bo chat god lor all hpeoiul examin
ations not provided for by the rules of
the bcliool board,
Upon motion John Wolfe was allow
ed 10 additional pay por month as
assistant in wood shop. '
Upon motion Secretary was instruct
ed to accept invitation of the Fairbury
School Uourd to help them in organ
ising u sluto school-boaid .association.
The following bills weiu read und
Tho Chief ,' -X
Uommeicial Advertiser 3 00
Argus , 0 uu
'H. O. AutoUo 1 00
iVVhituUur & Buckles 3 00
M. A. Albright 4 lb
It. E. Grlce Di ug Co .' 5 50
C. L. Cutting V 2 Ml
Ncesner & Periy i 3 03
A. 13. C. Co., M7 18
Silver Uuaidetto 8 15
Uilm it Co., 30" (il
St. Paul Dook Co., a 70
U. C. Heath 1(1 51
Hob Mori ill t 10
Uui. Pub Co., 1 L'8
(Jul. Pub Co., a 1)0
Nebr. Att. Sup. Uouho 15 U0
Hoaul adjoin lied.
H I). MoniTiC, Seeietaiy
Mrs. Lois McKeighan
Is Laid To Rest
i i g
The Clothier f)
ALL THE PHONES
The angel of death, who 1ms lieen
so busy among us lately, u-i again
visited us, and lemoved fiom our
midst one of the best known and best
loved of our people Mrs. Lois Kllun
litowu McKuighau was bom in Fulton
county, Illinois, November 2, ISIS.
She was married October 21, I8il5, to
Honorable William A. MuKolghan.
Six children woto born to them, three
of whom nie living, the eldest and tho
two younger having passed to their ro
ward. Mr. and Mrs. McKeighan came
to Rod Cloud In thc-year 1880 and set
tled on a farm near the city. Mr. Mc
Keighan, after serving his country
faithfully in the Civil war and in the
halls of congress, pussed away Decem
ber 15, 1805. Mrs. McKeighan depart
ed from ber loved ones at 2 o'clock
Friday, morning, January 30, 1U14.
The funeral toojc place from the house
at 3 o'clock on February 1st and was
vory largely attended. Rev. John J.
liayne, Mrs. McKeighan's pastor, ofll
elated. She was the kindest of mothers and
always cheerful and hopeful. Her
faith in Qod was strong and deep and
found expression in u beautiful Christ
ian life. She was a faithful member
of tho Congregational church and was
always Interested in Us work even
when she wab unable to attend. She
will be greatly missed not ouly by
those dearest to her but by tho entire
community. Wo can truly say of her,
"lllessod are they that die in tho Lord
from henceforth, yea, suith the Spirit,
for they rest from their labors, but
their works do follow them."
Tito City Council met on Tuesday
night with Mayor Saunders and Council
men Foe, CrniiB,- Storoy and Condon
Minutes of moldings of January Gth,
12(h unci 17th rend und approved.
Committee of cltizena from Hiverton
was prcHrnt for the purpose of dlBrus
Biug the light proposition.
Moved by Foe, seconded by Crane,
that the council is favorable to Z vig
or's report and will be used aa basis
for h contract with the Riverton par
Moved by Cowdcn and seconded by
CrmiB that basement of city building
be loaned to the commissioners of Web
ster county for vault use. Carried.
Cost of repairing walk in front of
MuClintock property. Clerk instructed
to certify amount of coats to tax list.
Moved by Crano, seconded by Storey.
Florence and Zeiglcr's reportB read
City Clerk was ordered to certify to
county clerk, the amount of cost of ce
ment furnished in C. F. Evana' 'Walk.
Moved by Cowden, seconded by Foe
that "wet and dry question" be sub
mitted to the votera at city election,
Thn following claims were allowed:
Guy Zsigler .".$120 00
Cliff Jay 75 00
W. A. Patten '. 70 00
E. II. Weber 73'.'i5
S. It. Florunco 3!J1 73
O. C. Tcel 2G !)2
J. W. Auld, Treasuror 31 00
F. C. Hock 10 00
J. R Lebmer&Co (5153
GrantChriaty 00 25
O. U. Hedge .. 4 75
A. C. HoHmer 0 00
Eddon& HoBiner 125 00
F. J. Monday 125 00
Henry Phares 8 00
Goo. Clawion 2100
Frank Cluaon 3 20
C. R L'wia lti 20
A. E Sutton 17 00
Job. Mcintosh 10 00
Saunders Brori 1195
John WilHon 0 25
Mayer Coal Co 310 01
Will have the BEST music ONLY when it
has an Edison Phonograph.
$60.00 to 9475.00
15.00 to 200.00
Come in and let us prove it.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Optometrist and Jeweler
RED CLOUD, - - - Nebraska
For cash the II. J. Mauror faun of
320 acres, three miles from lied Cloud,
03 acres of alfalfa, 10 acres of farm
laud, 1000 rods hog fencing, orchaid,
good house and barn. Inquire of Fred
Maurer or II. J, Maurer.
City Treasurer's Statement
Feb. 3, 1014
Honorable Mayor uud City Council,
Red Cloud, Neb.
I oncloio statement cover
ing receipts and disbuisements of my
ouieo for tho period from Jan. 0, lull
to Feb..), 1011.
Amount on hand Jan. 0, '11.. 8 270 42
Receipts 25 40
Disbursements 102 55
lialancoFeb. 3, '14, 9 109 27
Amount on hand Jan. 0,'ll...$ 148 09
Receipts 002 98
Having Just Returned ,From Market
Where I Personally Selected
A Large Line of
J G S
I Novv Have a Complete Line of Rugs
In All Sizes and Grades And In
All The Lale Patterns
Licensed Embalmer and Furniture Dealer.
Disbursements 479 85
BalancoFob. 3, '14 $ 271 S3
Water Levy Fund
Amount on hand Jan. 0, '14.. . .1 511 08
Disbursements! 102 7.-
llalaucoFcb 3, '14 9 310 20
Amount on hand Jan.0, '11 . . .$ 482 58
Disbursements:...' 00 25
HulaticeFeb..Vll S 410 33
Electric Light Fund
Amount on hand Jan. G, '14 ...S1115 30
Receipts 000 00
UHlancoFob.3,'11 8 1313 00
Electric Light Levy Fund
Amount on hand Jan. 0, 'U....S 97 90
No receipts No disbursements
Balance Fob. 3, '14 497 00
Amount on hand Jan. 0, '14. . .1 200 00
No receipts No disbursements
Balance Fob. 3, '11 4 200 00
Amount on-hand Jan. 0, '14. ...I 22 45
Noioccipts No disbursements
Ilalnnco Feb. 3. '14 8 22 45
Occupation Fund 9 100 27
Water Fund 271 22
WatorLevy Fund 349 20
General Fund 410 33
Electrio Light Fund 1313 GO
Electric Light Levy Fund 497 90
Judgment Fund 200 00
Firemen's Fund 22 45
Amount on hand Feb.3( '14... .83270 03
No Registered Warranto outstanding.
S. R. Flohanok, City Treasurer.
Feb. 5. Frank Arrence 2 mi. north
of Guide Rock.
Feb. G Jaens Rubcrg 1 mi eouth of
Lowest rates, best option. Call for
mo at State Bank. C. F, CA'UlElt.
Constablo C. A. Suhellak is ou tho
sick lUt today.
If it happened you will find it here.
Weather Report for January
Temperature: Mean temperature 35
deg.; maximum temperature 08 dog.
on 2Gth; minimum temperature 7 dog.
on the llth.
Precipitation: 0.18 Inches.
Total snowfall 2 inches.
Number of days clear 10, partly
cloudy 8, cloudy 3,
Dates of sleet, 17th.
Prevailing wind direction N W 10
Remarks: Warmest January In six
Ckas. S. Ludlow.
Dormant Spray Recommended
A spray for dormant trees to nroven&
tho spread of fungus diseases and or
chaid Insects is being recommended by
tho horticultural department of the
University of Nebraska. Thn ennv
consists of one gallon of limo sulphur
to teu gallons of water. It is espec
ially intended U control tho spread of
tho Blister canker and Apple aphi
arising through the Infections of prim
ing nud other tree wounds. Fair' dry
wcutnor is advised whon the applica
tion is being made.
Tako your crontn to J. O, Caldwell.
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