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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 26, 1914)
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rJED CLOUD, SUSURASKA. MARCH 2, WM.
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Your Duty To Your Family
is not only save for a rainy day, but to
Safeguard Your Savings.
YOU CANT LOSE if you deposit in this
bank, because we operate under the-' State
Guaranty Law, and every dollar is protect
ed, by the State GuarantyFund.
Besides that, this bartk 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
Sb? &TYLEW ,1f7
Out' exhibition will bo the
mou oxtensiyo nnd intojostinp
w,o J'.nvtf 'over .hold to oarly in
Smart lints in clever patterns
of tho bust American designers
oro licro in rich Jets, Main's,
Fancy Straws, Hemp Milans,
Laces, combined with front
stiolc-ups Wcalsoshow a very
pretty lino ot children's and
ladies' reaily-niado dresses and
net and muslin underwear. Also
a guaranteed line of Caso
WE ARE SHOWING
THE ADVANCE STYLES IN
&&- FOR SPRNQ
District Com t oponed Monday morn- (
lull, llio 10tli,-for a two weuhh 1urv
term, with JiuIko II. S Dnntran on tho '
Tho foliotvinj,' cases have been dis
posed of at this limo: J
State v Ch.ih. Llndlov. Illegal Sale oT J
IntoSiciftiiiK Liquor'), conl limed, on
defendant Klvi ii(,' bond for $.10.U)().
Stale v Milo Williams, Forgery, Uc
ftiidauthaVliii: served live inontliH in
tho county juil, and llio chare beliif,'
on it 8l(l chech, complaint is changed
to attempt to obtain money under
fulso jlrctbiiscs, and defendant is sent
enced tob'nu day in county jail, to pay
th(5 costs, and maho itHtlluiion of SKI
to.tho paAy. X- A. Denton.
Slate v Amos Dillon, charged with
assault with Intent to kill; found guilty
by tho jury and clemency recommend
ed, the penalty belnj; 1 to 120 years in
State v Stovo llruce, Assaidt, con
tinued, bond S200.00.
Kosa Jones v (Jeo. l-Vancis et al, De
murrer overruled, plaintlif lven '20
days to answer.
Nebraslca lOleolrio Co., vCity of Had
Cloud, suit was for 203.0.'), and inter
est at 7 percent from May 1, 11)7,
amounting to 8iMl.o;; tlie city had
offered judgment for SloO.lrt) with In
terest amounting to S220.0O. Verdict
was for plaintilf for 4.'I00.
Nebrasha Telephouo Co., v City, of
Roa Cloud, snit'was for 8401.00 and in
terest from April 10, J007, uiuountiiiK
to 8000.84; the city hail offered juds
ment for 82 J 0.00, with Interest,
utuountiujr to 312.00. Verdict was for
plaintiff for 8382.011.
Occidental Building & Loan Associa
tion v Stovo KtUcrton ct ul. Continued
Henry Cook v Xatioiihl fidelity it
UaMiaity Li cnnlluuod for teiin by
Ori-a Wilson vTlios. Wilson, Decree
of divorce for plaintiff as prayed Tor.
Susan B. Clapp ct al v .lacob h. .Mill
er et al, Decioe quieting title as pray
ed for by pl.untill's.
John E, Yost et al v Win. Bohrer,
sale confirmed, deod ordereil.
N. M. Do ii dn a v Marv K. Malonev et
al, sale continued. Deed ordered.
C. B. Hale Faces
On complaint of suveial Indiauola
peoplti Mr. C. B. Halcof tho Honor lor
was plaeed in thu hands of Shurlff
I Kll.clr, yesterday, altho no formal com
plaint has as yut been made against
J Mr. llae
Thete are suvoral inatttis Involved
, In tho present difficulty of Mr. Hale,
alleeil iiiorlgnKlng )f roporly to
, which he did not have title; tho mai
ler of alleged board bill duo.
It is stated tho lot mal complaint
will be made jot today.'
Thu Tribune hopes Mr. Halo may
lie able to clear himself of any ut tempt
at wrong doing. Monday's McCook
ALL THE NEW
Shapes and -Colors
A SPECIAL NEW LINE OF
i Cans For Spring
LET US SHOW THEM T0 YOU
Called By Heath
rrauic a kqoiuici, urccI 30 years,
died at Ids homo in Inavulo on Monday
evening, after an illness of several
Ho leaves a wifo and child besides
his parents to mourn Ills death. The
funeral will bo held today and Inter
ment will take place at Bloomlngton.
Mr. Koelmel was in the general mer
chandise business at Inavulo, and was
well liked by everybody. The Chief
along with his many friends extend
condolence to the bereaved ones.
A women's short course In domestic
ficlonco lusting four days may bo ob
tained by tho women of any commun
ity upon application to tho Extension
Service, University Farm, Lincoln
Two instructors uio sent freo of cliargo
to give lectures and demonstrations.
Actual cooking is dono and u thorough
study is made as to. tho economic
value of Yoodj?, thoir digestibility, and
nutritive value. A" meat cutting de
monstration is given at which a beef
carcass is cut up and tlio various cuts
explained. Homo nursing, Invalid
cookery, breads, salads, and desserts
a io also treated.
Mr. Halo of Bed Cloud, who recently
took charge of tho indiauola Kepnrler,
Is iielug held in this city to answer
suvoral charges from citizens of In
diauola, who claim that Mr. Halo has
not Healed them squarely'.
It seems that, besides several minor
offenses he has been writing checks on
Indlanola Banks without deposit
therein, and upon Investigation several
men of that city find tliuy are short
Thu Gt.ul1o will publish tho details
more thoroughly Uio, next Issue.
MotfJa.:' McCook (la,ette.
Capt. Adams Wounded
By Masked Highwaymen
Intense excitement follow el the at
tempt Wednesday night at Superior to
kill Capt. C. ft. Adam, tho well known
banker of that city sayn The Hastings
Daily Republican, Capt. Adams was
passing on alley near Seventh and
Central streets on his way homo from
the business center of tho town. Two
men, one disguised will) a white mask
over his foco ruhcd upon him. Tho
Captain grappled with his assailants ut
tho same timu pulling a revolver, Tho
two men began shooting at tho Cap
tain at uloso raugo and tho Captain
was likewise quick In using Ids revol
ver, Ho put up such u game fight that
tho two men beat a hasty retront.
Two bullets struck Mr. Adams bohind
tl.o ear, striking so near .each other
that it was hard to determine whether
tho wound was tho mark of one or two
l'liysiolans were quickly summoned.
Tho fact that a rovolvor carried by ono
of tho assailants and u white mask
were found in the alley close to tho
scone of tho encounter is taken as con
clusive evidence that Mr. Adams seri
ously wounded ono of tho men for
there were blood stulns ou tho mask.
There were three empty shells in Capt.
Adams' revolver and two In the other
revolver, showing five nr.more shots to
have been fired during the pistol duel.
The Independent Ticket
On Wednesday evening of last week
the Independent voters met ut tho
county court room and pluced in
nomination the following ticket: '
Muyor-Geo. W. Hutchison.
Clerk-M. W. Carter.
Treasurer S. It. Floranee.
City Engineer Geo. II. Ovoring.
Councilman m Ward .1. I). Crans.
Councilman 2nd Ward-J. O. Cald
Board of KJucntion E. II, Now
house, It S. Mitchell, W. (!. Hamilton.
Will have the BEST music ONLY when it
has an Edison Phonograph.
$60.00 to $475.00
18.00 to 200.00
7i Come in and let us prove it.
8 F H NEWHfllTSP
ww m,m, wp' mMim
Optometrist and Jeweler
NO BILL TOO
SMALL OR TOO LARGE
"DUALITY AND SERVICE"
TALK WITH US ABOUT YOUR LUMBER"
THE MALONE-AVERY CO.
SUCCESSORS TO SAUNDERS BROS.
Tho recont act of April llUh, 1003
Klves to all soldiers' widows u uiu.lon
8r2 per month. Prod .Maui or, tho at
torney, has all nocefcsary blanks.
spent Hundny In Su-
On Sunday oyoninj at tho homo of
the hrldo'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coo.
Pllloy, who reside north of town, oc
curs od tho marriage of their daughter,
Mlss.Sulal'illoy to Mr. Fred tfullor
Tho undo Is ono of tho popular
youiif,' Indies of this community, and
tho groom la ono of Cowled popular
buslnefes men. They left on No. 11 for
Wymore Monday morning to visit
friondH ""and rolatlvos. Tho Chief
along with their many friends wish
them much joy and happiness.
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