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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1914)
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HED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, MAY 7, 1!M.
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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 Guaranty Fund.
Besides that, this bank is sound and safe
and conservatively managedyour 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
.4r3r37$r3HS$s:3S:$:3d H3H59S9S '
Received the highest award
at Chicago World's Fair
There is no Closed
Season for "
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
"Kodaks. $5.00 to $111.00
Brownies. $1.00 to $t?00
All the new goods from Ko
dak City in stock.
E. H-, Newhausc
Optometrist rind Jeweler.
six o'clock In th afternoon mi elegant
banquet was served at the lioyal Hotel,
and all ptesont did thomsclvos credit
at this part of tlio work. After tlio
biutinot tlioy teltirned to the lodge
room and continued the work until the
midnight hour, tit which time H lunch
oon was served in the dining room of
Am jiii,' the out of town visitors wc
nolo the following; T. A. Lueo and
A. II. Waiien, Republican CM y; Win.
Depondeiier, and l)i. Smith, IiYuulcllii;
.7. A.SIlvoy and Clyde Wieluvho, Inn
vlo; I. IJ CiUin mill 1!. U. l'cleif-,
Guide, lloclr, C. 13. Htlue and Hay lluiil
or, Supeii r.
Wo o niiniend the fraternal spliit
shown, and utc always gUd to welcome
huch meetings to our city.
E. G: Caldwell Files
For County Attorney
We call the attention of our readers
to the announcement of K. O. Caldwell
for Comity Attorney In this week's
I He came to Hed Cloud tho latter pint
! of lOou, since which time he ban been
utKOBliitod with L. II. Hlacldodgo in
tho practice of law. Hu graduated
j from the Ivnnvis City Scliool of Lnw
I in June UK'8, and was Assistant to tlio
County Attorney of Seward County,
! Kansas from September 1908 to Sop
! tembcr lOOlt. Tho lttw.s of Nebraska
! do not admit the attorneys of Missouri
oi ICans is unions they have practiced
live year-; ho Mr. Caldwell took 'the
btalo I! ir IjNMiuiuntlou at Lincoln and etructed to look
was admitted boforo tho Sn promo Court
In November 1010. Ho lias been !
Red Cloud, Miy 5, 1914
The city council mot I ml. night In
their first regular mnelipg for tlio now
year, in tho council chamber, with Ilia
Honor, Major DHinercll protddiug, and
Aldermen Foe, I'erry, Storey and C.ilJ
well, present. O. v . Tecl, city clcik at
the denk. The following liihincsg was
Minutes of the previi.ua meeting rend
Application of A. C. Sluby for city
marshal wm presented and read.
Movel by Storey and seconded by
I'erry that the following appointments
be cor finned. Carried.
ProMdent of Councll-S V. Foe.
City Attorney Frank Munday.
Health Phynician-Dr. II Cook.
City Marshal-Grant Chri.Uy.
Street commissioner To be nihil by
major and street and alley committee
Supt. water nnd lights G.iy Zsigler.
Finance committee Perry, Caldwell
Supply committee Storey, Perry
Huilding committee Caldwell, gtorcy
Side and cross walk committee Fop,
Perry nnd Storey.
Streets and alleys, 1st word Foe
Streets and alleys, 2nd ward Cald
well nnd Storey.
Advisory committee Robert. Damer
ell, chairman; S. W. Foe, Frunk Perry,
Paul Storey and J. O. Caldwell.
Moved by Storey and seconded by
Foe that O. C. Tee I bo appointed book
keeper at $25 per mon'h. Carried.
Labor oil ) cxpnnse items under $3 be
paid" by clerk ind placed h expenee
Moved by Storey und seconded by
Foe that the city will not be liable for
any debt rvhen not accompanied by the
rq lired requisition. Carried.
Moved by Foe and siomded by Cald
well that chairman of supply committee
0. K. nil freight and expenso bills on
city treasurer. Curried.
Estimate by city engineer on dirt in
telephone excavation read and filad. ,
Annual report of S. R. Florance and
April report read and ordered placed on
Report of school district 2 on coat of
water main read. Total cost $76.65.
City clerk's annual report read.
Mayor mado a few statements regard
ing superintendent and engineers at
the power house. Moved by Foe and
seconded by Storoy that salary of each
of the engineers bo increased $3.00 per
month from May lr, 1914. Yens, Fop,
Perry, Storey. Caldwell not voting.
Moved by Storey and seconded by
Pjrry that Superintendent Zjlglcr'd
eal&ry be increased $20 per month, wi'h
understanding that he remain with city
to May 1st, 1915. Carried.
Rid on coal by Carbon Coal Supply
Company read, and their representa
tive, Mr. Jones, being present explain
ed the proposition. Moved by Foe and
seconded by Storey that the eupply
committed together with mayor und
superiutentcnt be Instructed to look
tho matter up. Carried.
Petition of the M. E. Sunday school
for stand on school houso grounds dur
ing band concerts, rend. Moved by
Perry and seconded by Storey that tho
n quest bo rejected, on account of it
being unfair to subscribers to tho band
Henry Dedrick asked for eirene
whistlo at the power hau?o to be used
in case of fire. Moved by Storey und
seconded by Perry that fire commission
er and superintendent Zaiglcr be ir-
up prico and report.
Moved that B, H. Webor'u coaljiuub
Untied Seal Co ..
Mutual Oil Co....
R W. Kuoiilz
I) D. Satidemcn...
R. S. Mitchell a 00
fc3 R. Slawson " 18 00
F. J. Munday 32 50
Cily Treasurer's Statement
May 5, 1014
Honorable Mayor and Cily Council,
Red Cloud, Neb.
, 1 oncloso statement, cover
ing lecelpts and disbuihomenls of my
olllce for tho period from April 7, 1911
to May 5, 1011.
Amount on hand April 7, Ml.. 3 1111 t,'l
Receipts 110 00
Disbursements 2111 :10
llalanco May 5, '1 1 S 23 22
Amount on hand Aprll7,'ll...$ SI10 22
Receipts 495 r.2
llalanco May .1, Ml 1112 00
Registered warrants outstanding $900.
Amount on hand April 7, Ml..'.$ 200 00
Noiccelpts No disbursements
Malance May r.,Ml 2)0 00
Amount on hand April 7, Ml... 22 45
No iccolpts No dlsbmsetnnnts
llalanco May r., Ml 22 15
Amount on hand Apill7, Ml.., 2IW l3
Dlbbutflcments IKW 10
Overdraft Maj fi, 11 M 12
Registered Warrants outs'dlng. S5!l.'17o
Occupation Fund $ 28 22
Water Fund 401 811
Water Levy Fund Ill 20
Kleottio Light Fund 237 f!2
Klcutrlo Light Levy Fund 012 00
Judgment Fund 200 00
Fiipmcn'a Fund 22 lr
Loss Goneial Fund Ovci draft
llalanco S lOSU 80
Registered warrants outntmd-
Inn 8 1083 80?
B. R. Flokanoi:, City Treasuror.
' Cards oflhnnks.
To tho kind d lends and neighbors
who mi willingly agisted us during tiro
HleknesT nnd doilh of our daughter
and wife, we wish to express ourhoart
ftdt thanks, also to tlioi-o sending flow-
(MS. Mil AND Mils. II RatIMKN.
Wtl.i. Mr I'limt.SoN- and chlbl'n.
To the kind friends and neighbors
who so willingly assisted us dining the
hlckucoH and death of our beloved tou
Robert, wo wish toexpicss our heart
felt thanks, and we especially thank
those who furnished (lowers and also
Mn a.vu Mils. LitNi:sr Davis.
The Mothodlst church will observe
Mothers' Day on Sunday morning at
11 o'clock, (lood muslu and n tormon
on Mothers' Rights. Let Sunday to a
great church-going day in respect to
tlio mothers who aru still with us, and
In honor of the memory tt those who
' have passed on.
$ 101 s:i
Ualnticc Miiv fi, M-l
Water Levy Fund
Amount on hand Api II 7, Ml.... 8 111 20
No leccipls No disbursements
IJahuicc on hand May 5, M1...S 111 20
Registered warrant outst Hiding SOOi).
Klectrlc- Llulit Fund
Amount on hand April 7, Ml,..SlQ30 10
Receipts 800 00
Disbursements 1592 78
U ilnuco May 5, M4 $ 237 .32
Llectrio Light Levy Fund'
Amount on hand April 7, Ml.... S 042 00
No receipts No dl&biirsemsn y
The satisfaction of Quality is remembered
long after the Price is forgotten. But we
go a step farther, our QiialityPrice is no
higher than you pay elsewhere for Common
"TALK WITH US ABOUT LUMBER''
THE MALONE-AVERY CO.
f fr lip
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For Dress and Work
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tt 1 1 Tm . IMT j -! t'-U'liy i"iiiii.y aiiuniny linger
OOICiS 31g Flee Ullg ' M mrer for tho pan four years. .
in aopiomour r.m no inariiprtono or
Tlio Krlghts. Templar lodgu heio
hold n big moot log Tuesday. Tho
meeting bvgiii nt two o'clock in the
afternoon and lusted until' midnight,
Tlittto wero wvrul oandidalos put
through the doivw, inti tho woik was
done by our homo' joiTga in. a veiy
creditably Huumor and was much' un
loved by the largo crowd pK&eut. At
Itud Oloiid'rj girlH, bought n residence
(fin I has made Hod Cloud his ponna- tint rubbish in
ing proposition nt 502 a ton und he
stand demurrage under three cars at
one lime, bo accepted, Carried,
Moved by Perry, soconJed by Foe
nent homo. Wo feel nfo in saying f erred to streot
Umt with thfo iualillcatlons Mr. ' of tho 2nd ward.
Ofcldwall is ciiupntenf , and that ho has
hud tho cxpuilouoo nfcessnry to
Locust street bo ro
and alloy committee
! The following claims were allowci?:
Illllko KliinnnndH.irtiuttRii 9 10 HO
agpod County Attorney. If elected, i MaycrGoul Co 25190
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he will doubtless lo bis duty
fear or" favor,
Crime Co ,.. 47 -15
Sundurland & Co 2 01
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