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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 30, 1914)
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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 wc 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
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Should Be Ordered Now
For The Best High Grade Memorials
0VERIJ1G BHOS. & GO.
Red Gload, --ss ' Nebraska
There is no Closed
It is the "all-the-year-around"
sport, and you can
carry a Kodak anywhere.
Easy to use and every part
of the work can be done in
HorinKs, $5.00 to Sfll.00
Brownies, $1.00 to 12.00
All the now goods ironvKo
dak City in stock.
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WEDDING BELLS RING
Last week Mr. Arthur Aruoltl, son
of Mrs. A. Arnold, living' west of Inn
vale, and Miss Pearl Sutton, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harney Sutton, who
live on Indian Creek, went to Lincoln
nnd wore married at that city. These
young' people, are well and favorably
known in this vicinity, mid the Chief
along with the-jr many friends, wish"
them much joy and happiness.
On Tuesday at noon at the Catholic,
church occurred the wedding of, two
of Guide Hocks popular young folks,
Miss Manila Ohmstedc, daughter of
Commissioner Garret Ohmstodo and
wife, and Mr. Alliert DcTour, son of
LeolVronrand wife, father Fllagoruld
The bride is one of Guide liock'a
illioleest young ladles and Is a graduate
ot the high suhool ut that- piaoo. She
lms taught school for a number of
years in thi? county and has a' wide
circle of neqalntiuices. .
The groom is one ot Guide Hack's
Ruhstantiivl and. coining young men
and is adiulrdd for his good qualities.
The Chief along with their many
friends wish them much joy ami hap
. Card of Thanks.
The fiuully and rolatives of the late J
lYed It. I'lumh.wlsh to thauk the ,
neighbors and f riduds who so kindly '
assisted them during their great trou-'
hie and bereavement, and especially
those who contributed tho beautiful
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4 Newspaper That fllvcs The News
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, AIMUL 3l, J!M.
Now in Power
On Tuesday morning the old council
closed its career, and Mayor Saundprs
and Aldermen P W. (Jowden und J. U.
CranH retired, and Mayor Damcrell and
Mesara Frank Perry und J. O. Caldwell
took their vacant chalip. The old coun
cil is entitled to much prniBe for the
efficient work accomplished during the
year. They have certainly put the city
on herfeet financially nnd this paper
feels proud of their work. Wc also
feel that the new council will go for
ward in the same manner, and wo look
forward with much hope for the fu
ture interests of the city. Here's to
the new mayor and city council.
They transacted the following busi
ness: R.d Cloud, Neb., April 27, '14 ,
Mayor Saunders. Councilmcn Foe,
Crane, Storey and Cowdcn present.
Minutes of meetings April 7, 8 arm"
14 read and approved.
Moved by Storey and seconded by
Cowden that the clerk be instructed to
draw a warrant on electric light levy
fund nnd a warrant on water and light
fund in favor of county treasurer for
the purpose of retiring $1600 of bonds
Which are optional at this time. Car
ried. f Moved by Cowden and seconded by
Storey that a warrant be drawn In
favor of the Atlas Engino Co., for $69,
for one half boiler front. Carried. ,;
Report of finance.committe, checking
city clerk and city treasurer read and
Report of boiler inspector read and
placed on file.
C. W. Barrett appeared and offered
to sell dirt from telephone Company lot.
Moved by Cowden seconded by
Storey that we offer Barrett and
Mountford 5c per yard for all dirt haul
ed in tho two blocks from telephone
The following claims were allowed:
GuyZItgler $120 00
Cliff Jay 70 00
W. A. Prtlton 70 00
Elmer Vuughan 34-10
O. C.Teel 31 05
5.K. Florance 21100
E. II. Wcbtr 47 00
J. W. Auld, treas 27 00
Hawk-eye Compound Co. 24 96
D. E. Suunders , 100 00
PaulStorey 50 00
F.W.Cowden 50 00
J. D. Crans 20 00
P.J. Munday 25 00
O. C.Teel 56 00
O. D. Hedge 22 00
F. G. Turnure& Son .' 4 80
Geo. H. Overing 6 10
Ottis Leggett '. 3 00
C. S. Wolfe 33 00
School District 2 25 00
Joo Crrr G 00
Chaa Etherton 7 00
UjG. Miller 5 00
S. R. Florance 100 00
Malone Avery Co 10 45
Mr. Gu Wiggins ', 15 75
Grnnt Chrluty...... 05 00
Morhnrt Bros o 85
Harry Strop 2 40
Pope Bros .- G SB
Sam M juntford 1 50
Piatt and Frees 27 55
C F. Wnllil) 8 55
Goo. Cluueon 00 30
April 28, 9 A. M.
Mayor and councilmcn all present.
'Minutes of previous meeting, 'April
27th, read and approved.
Chum of Goo. Clausen $U0 30 nllowoc'.
No further Luoii)6uti of this council
Mayor Sounders swore in Rjb Damcr
ell. and'Councihuan Perry and C&Ulw..;l.
Motion to adjourn sine die, Cnrri.M.
Special Heaoiou by order Mayor Dam
erell called now council to order, Pres
ent Foe, Perry, Storoy mid Caldw!l.
Spucittl meeting called by nu.ycr,
Prof. Moritz on behalf of committee
of citiseiiB, spoke In rogard to grading
license to billiard nr.d pool' hulls for t',t)
Mayor appointed Perry nnd Foe u
FlftytHO lVccks Each Year For $1.50.
committee to lix up Slawson dirt haul
Bond of O. C. Teel for $500 approved.
Bon of S. R. Floranco for $10,000
Moved to mlj urn until 4 pm.
A special meeting of the council wis
convened in the council chamber at 4 p
m Tuesday, April 28
Present, Mayor Damcrell, and Alder
men Foe. Perry, Storey and Caldwell:
A resolution was presented asking for
a special election to vote on pool hnllr.
Moved by Caldwell and seconded by
Foo, that a special election be called for
April 30, for tho purpose determining
whether wo have pool halls or not. Yeas
Caldwell, noeB, FooPerry and Storey.
Application of Roberts & Ryan and
J. W. Gilbert for license to operate
pool hall, wbb granted. Yeas, Foe,
Perry, Caldwell and Storey.
Good Flowers To Grow
Nebraska furnishes tho Ilower lover
a wide choice of varieties even In the
districts most nffectcd by drouth. Tho
'orth Platte Experimental Substation
bf the Nebraska College of Agriculture.
Suggests the following unlncluslve list
of shrubs and ornamentals, If given
ufllcieat water. Shrubs that have
iven good resultB at the Substation
ure tamarisk, spiraea Van Houttel.the
several kinds of honeysuckles and
snow balls, lilacs, mock orange, golden
elder,- cut leaf sumac, 'fldwerlng at
mo nd, Siberian pea .tree, the' native'
flowering currant,-nnd Thunberg bar'
berry. Other plants that have proved
successful arc the pansy, tulip, peony,
dahlia, phlox, and gladiolus, Moro in
formation concerning tho growth of
flowers, as well as trees, may be secur
ed upon npplica tlon for bulletin No.
137 of tho Bulletin department, Uni
versity Furm, Lincoln.
A SUITS 'WL SHOES?
m T,i VjH I 11 For Dress and Work W
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BOYS' 1 s:- : .
I And Children's Mllllil. 'P ' k
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Charles Auhushon died Monday
morning at the home of his mother.
Mrs. Lahon Aubushou, In Line town
ship, lie had been an invalid for sev
eral years Ho was one of tho youn
ger soul of Lahon ami Hllaboth
Auhushon, who wore among the pio
neers of the township. His father
died several rears ao. leuvliurlhin-im.
oftho family largely to tho widowed
mother, who boro her burden and
assumod her responsibility bravely,
nud with rnro wisdom and prudence.
Tho young man who has Just passed
ftway exhibited in his character and
conduct the influence of a wise moth
erly guidance, and reflected tho good
ness which had superintended his na
ture. He was tweutveleht years of
age, one of 11 family of five boys and
two girls, all born in this county and
attaining their maturity on the farm
The satisfaction of Quality is remembered
lonfc.after the Price is forgotten. ,, Bat we
,go,tep farther, our uialipricejsno
higher than you pay elsewhere for Common
Stock. . .'. . , .
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"TALK WITH US
their father homostoiidcd in the ourh
The funeral services were liuld iU
the M. E. church Wednesday after
noon, Rev. Hummbl ofliclatiug.
Mrs. Frances McPhersou, aged 34:
pears, wife or Will McPhorson, died
Tuesday night at their home south of
town, after u short sickness. She wn
the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry
Rathjeti. She leaves, besides her par'
cuts, four brothers nud two sisters, a
husband and four children to mourn
her demise. Tho funeral services will
he held at the M E. church on Friday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Hummel
ofliclatiug. The berenvod parents,,
brothers nnd sisters nnd husband and
children have tho sympathy of tho en
tire community In their sad hour of
Lowest rates, best option. Call for
me at State Bank. C. F. Cather. '
ABOUT LUMBER", .
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