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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 4, 1914)
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RED CLOUD, N.EBRASKA, CHIEF
"This year's styles demand that the dress be lifted
when Milady eteps the curb or stair or enters her car.
Hence, her hosiery becomes n fashion essential."
Hosiery fashion is but another name for
Sec t!ie IntrM
Bulletin of The Week's Doings
Swat tin- "millers!"
Heavy Oil 3Jo a gullon.-O. V Wulliu.
"Win KlrkpntiieU was hi town Mon
day, Mrs. Walter Warren spout Saturday
' roll SALE-Mowor cycles S2 each
C. L Wallin.
A. P. Ilartweli of Inavale was in
Dr. Sanderson left Saturday morn
ing for Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Rout A very spent Sun?
day in Rlvertou.
FOR RENT A good 5-rooui house.
Hutchison & Saladen.
Mr. and Mrs. ltcrt Kaley and sons
are in Lincoln this week.
Dan Uarber and Fred Temple went
to Kansas City Sunday morning.
Miss Clara Austin returned to her
home at Geneva Friday morning.
Prof. Bennett and family left Tues
day morniug for'Almenn, Kansas.
Roy Garner of Hebron spent the first
of the yveek here with his parents.
Roy Hassiuger spent Saturday and
Sunday in Hastings with roletives.
U. C. Bailey returned home Friday
from Omaha whore he had been on
Die!; llwichoy and wife of Urund
Island spent the last of the weoU here
Miss Mabel Pope is homo from Alma
wheie she Imh been teaching school
the prist year.
The Hastings 'Cotton Tall" started
to run from Oxford to Hastings Mon
Ed. Ciarbor, Walt Sliorwood, Harry
I.atson and Frank Cowden were 'in
Art Bi-adbhaw and family of Bloom
iiigtou spent Decoration Day in this
city with his mother.
Mi-n. 0. 13. Stinc and children of Su
perior spent Saturday and Sunday in
this city with fi lends.
llort Person's span of mules ran
a.vuy with Ills leu wagon Monday noon
but did not do any damage.
Ralph Foe is enjoying a mouth'.-, va
cation. J. J. Felzien of Oxford is till
ing his place us station agent.
The Misses Agnes Johnson and Helen
Keudull are visiting fi lends in Red
Oioud Monday's Superior Express.
Miss Dessle Taylor returned home
Sunday from Boulder, Colo., where she
has been attending the state unlvei
silvi Why do you' take trade cheeks or
chips for your produce'. Weesuer,
Perry te Co. pay cash for produce no
Mr. and Mrs. George VanCamp and
baby left Monday morning for Omaha
where they will make their future
Mrs. 0. A Mercer and children of
Gibbon arrived in the city the llrst of
the week to visit with Marion Mercer
LluyU Hall ol' Cowles was In town
this week. Ho has just returned from
California where lie has been attend
ing the uuivcisity.
Will Black and wife
Uolo , who have been
brother, 0. W. Kaley,
their homo Monday.
Miss Pearl HuJrer roturned home.
Friday morning t torn Cheyenne, Wyo.(
whore sho had beou visiting her sister
Mrs. Dietz and family.
Mrs. II. A. Boale arrived home Fri
day night from Red Sloud and attend
ing the graduation exercises of a
uephew and uelco In tho local high
schools. Monduy's AlcCook Tribune.
Mr. and Mrs. Silver Lougtln of Hast
ings spent Sunday here with ids sisters
the Misses Alfa and Marcellue Long
tin.' They uocompanled them to Hast
ings for a visit.
F. G. TURNURE & SOM
And that city sets
EurooRan hoalerv ulea nt
Take your cream to ,1. O Caldwell.
!j , Oi ant Turner is on the sick list this
I J week.
J I C W Kaley went lo Lincoln Wed
J j uesday morning.
"I j Kenneth WIImui letmucd to Dun
ning Tuesday morning.
(ieoige Coon shipped a car oi cattle
to Kansas City Wednesday.
Weesnor .t Koontz shipped a car of
hogs to Kansas City Wednesday.
Thirty ladles skirts to close .out at
i price at Weesuer, Perry & Co,
Boy btevetis lias pin chased Mrs. L.
II Futt's piopurty in the Hist ward.
Standard Twine cash price 10c, Oct. 1
10)., if ordered this weok.C. T. Wallin.
Mrs. J. D. Cruns departed Tuesday
for Sterling, Ohio, where she will visit
Geo. J. Warren, manager of the
Tepee, Went to Grand Island Tuesday
Twelve ladies suits wortli up to 830 a
suit, your choice for 810 at Weesner,
Perry & Co.
Gravenor Stanser of Garfield town
ship shipped a car of hogs to St. Joe
Amack Bros, shipped three cars of
cattle and two of hogs to St. Joe Wed
Jay Stude baker went to Hastings
Tuesday morning to visit his sister,
Mr&. Geo. Volland and family.
Mrs. Belle Kcaglc has sold her res
tauraut to D..P. Mcluinch of Kearney
who is now in possession of the same.
Miss LouUo Schumacher, teacher of
the 1st grade, has loturued to her
home at Orleans to spend her vacation.
D. M. Able, f i eight ugent at tho
depot, K going to take a acation the
next two weeks Ralph Ward of Mc
Cook will take his place.
Miss Helen Tiout leturued home on
111 Friday morning tiom Bed Cloud,
where she had been visiting her uncle,
Phillip Trout. Monday's McCouk Gu-
Mrs. P. A. Wullbraudt Juid sous
Curl and llulbert, left for 0Teil Tuea-
wheie they will spend
some time in hopes ol improving Carl's
The class of 11)11 put on their play
entitled, "The Hoodoo'' again on Sat
urday evening. The house was crowd
ed and everybody was well pleased
with the play.
Close lo two Inches of rain iclf heru
Tuesday evening in very snort tune.
It washed out considerable corn on
the. bill hi',os and the hail north of
town did some damage.
Lowest rales, best option. Cnll for
me at State Bank. O. F. CatIIEU.
Ib this day and age if we did
not take 'advantage of that
mo.luru necessity to pleasure und
business, we would not really be up
to the minute. Telephone your
oi ders; wo guarantee delivery and
satisfaction, l'rlccs as reasonable
as if you come to thestoreyouiself.
B. E. JHef ariand
All the Phones
liiol 0 ) P lodae at Upland will
hold their annual picnic Juno Hltli,
Mrs. Boy Foam tetunud to her
home at Superior Monday morning.
Frank Abel spent Saturday and
Sunday In Camj bell with frlond(s)?
Harm Hnleomb loft last Thutsday
for Washlnglon to spend tho summor.
Oris Feaiu of Hustings spout the
Hist of the week hcte with his parents.
Mrs. Hnsslnpor and daughter return
ed lion.o Monday evening fiom Hast
ings. Fied Gund and family of Blue Hill
spent Saturday Jn this city with rela
tives. Roy Tcol Is home fiom Omaha and
Lincoln wheie ho hud been visiting
Mis. L. II Poi t of Orleans spent the
lht of tho week In this city with
Wt'osner, Pony fc Co. are closing out
all their ladies' spring coats at exactly
J pi Ice.
Mrs. Wilbur Hamilton and children
went to Guide Rock Satuidny to visit
Bi uce Robinson and wife leturued
lo their hunie at Clny Center Friday
Miss Lisle At nold, one of our seliool
teachers, left Saturday morning for
ltloomliigton where she will spend the
summer with her parents.
1 have the best inte in the county on
farm loan". See me and be convinced.
My motto prompt service.
A. T. V.ii.ki:ii.
FOR SALI2 A nice 7-rootn modern
cottage. City water, electric lights
and bath with four lots Also my
farm two miles east of Cowies. Terms
to suit.-.!. H. Bailey.
A special examination in County
Cortideatc subjects will bo given Frl
day, Juno 10th aud Saturday, Juue 20th.,
lu Red Cloud only.
Carl Ranney arrived in the city the
first of tho week to spend the summer
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Ranney. He has been superintendent
of the schools at Museota, Kansas; the
Subject of sermon Sunday morning
at the Congregational church, "The
Awaking of Zlou.1' Evening subject,
'Hindrances." On Wednesday even
ing the pastor will give a lecture on
the hiblo. Everybody Invited.'
Rev. J. M. Bates returned Monday
from a three weeks trin which lu-
eluded services at Alliance, Chadfon,
Rushvllle, Gordon, Valentine, St. Paul
aunVWood RiVdr. Ho will hold-regular
services at Grace church the next two
The City Council met on Wednesday
evening, Juno 3J, with Mayor Darner
ell, und Councilmcn Foe, Perr', Storey
and Caldwell present.
Minutes of meeting of May Ctli Mud
Moved by Storey and fcconJed thiit
warrants bo drawn in favor of the
clerk of the Jiutrict court to pay Ne
braska Electric Co nnd Nebraska Tele
phone Co. judgment. Curried.
Report of S. R. Floranco wes receiv
ed und placed on file.
Aid. Foe renews motion of one yonr
ao ns to building ride walk lo ceme
tery. The following estimate was introduc
ed by storoy, seconded by Foe.
OflicerH salary .....$ BOO CO
Street, alleys und cross wulks.. 2500 00
Luw and order 1200 00
Litigation 500 00
Rants , 240 CO
Elections 75 CO
Poor 25 00
Supt. salary 1GS0 00
1st engineers salary 960 00
2nd engineers salary 000 00
Fuel 6000 00
Oil nnd waBte 200 CO
Betterments W und L 3000 00
Office expense acct. W and L.. 500 00
Extia help W and L 300 00
Interest water bonds .., 050 00
Interest electric light bond .... 450 00
Sinking fund 1500 00
Miscellaneous 1500 00
Judgment 2fl00 00
Total $25010 00
Order for bids und cros's walks and
culverts as submitted by city engineer
approved. Moved by Foe and seconded
Report of Zlcgler on water main to
agricultural farm for $53.13, upprovrd.
The following claims were allowed:
Guy Zlogler $140 00
ciur ivy so oo
W. A. Button .., ,..!. 75 00
Elinor Vaughan 22 0
S. It. Florenco , . 380 80
E. H. Webster ....'. 81 fcO
O C.Tcel ,,. 30 70
F. C. Boch G00
A. C. Hosmcr , 20 00
Mayer Coal Co , 232 10
Sundorland Meh. Co 13 56
I. O. O. F H2B0
York Blank Book Co 4 GO
Goa. Clausen 89 00
Wm. Heater 5 CD
Caaa. Barrett , 10 50
Frank Clausen 27 00
J.N.Havel , 4 00
Joe Carr 1395
Grant Christy . , , 65 50
R. W. Koontz ...., 3 75
J. W. AuJd, Treat 3100
The next big Bargain Day will lie
held on next Wednesday, June tOth,
Thais the eighth big event of Litis
klul and the Imigalns olloied aie
even moie atti active than thoso offer
ed at any ptevious time. It will
more than pay joii to keep this date.
Juno lull, in mind and take advantage
of vmiip of the bargains offeied. Bar
gain Day was started for several pur
poses, chief among them being to es
tablish a closer lolntlonshlp between
tho farinms and our inerehants, and
while it is In a way, accomplishing
t'lis end, i jet the nieiolinnts are each
tune oircHug sullleieut Inducements as
tj nientn larger patronage, Head the
big 'ad" on the last pape and profit
Mr and Mrs. A V. Kaley, ncroiii'
punled by (heir son, Dmv, 'loll last
Siiturday for LfTiciilu, to consult with
medical experts at that pliieo In reguid
to n giowth on one of tho young man's
legs. Yestenhij nioiuing word was
icceivi'd here that it was loiiud ueces
smy to amputate the leg close up to
his thigh and little hop was enter
tained foi tils recovery. 'I his message
entile us a gt'eat shook lo the many
friends heie, as no one had ever
thought Ins ailment to In such as to
icquiicnn operation of this kind. The
young man is Hi years of nge, and has
just completed his (hint your in the
high chool here The Chief together
with IiIk many friends extend to 1 1 1 tit
the deepest sympathy in his great
allllcilon. ami trusts that his life tunv
be spni od.
City Treasurer's Statement
June '.', 1011
Honorable Mayor and City Council,
Red Cloud, Neb.
1 enclose statement cover
ing teeeipts and disbursements of my
olllcc for the period from May 5, 101 1
to Juno 3, 1UU.
Amount on hand Mayf.,iJ..S 38 22
Receipts 205 00
Balance Juue 2, '14 S 275 02
Amount on hand May C, '11...9 5'il 83
Dlbursements 2.11 DO
Balance Juno 2, '14 9 240 0)
, , Water Levy Fund
Amount on hand May r, '14 ...,8 414 20
Receipts -. .100 00
Disbursements 003 85
Balance on hand June2, '14. . .S 340 3."
Overdraft May ft, 11 03 12
Receipts 12."t) 00
Disbursements.- 003 00
Bulancc June S, 'll
Weenie 'Light Fund'
Amount on hand May 5, Ml ...S
S 018 ol
Wectrlo Jjlght Levy I'unil
Amount on hand .Muyn, '1 1. ,..8.142 00
Receipts...... ". 7fi0 00
k 1302 110
Dlstiiirsemeuts . I'Or. 7:
Balance June 2, '11 187 16
Amount on hand May fi, 'It.... 200 00
No receipts No disbursements
Balance June S, '14 2o0 00
Amount on hand May fi, '11....$ 22 45
Receipts V. 00
Balance June 2, 'U 27 15
Occupation Fund 8 275 u2
.Water Fund 2l0 03
Water Levy Fund 340 35
general 558 88
Electric Light Fund 1)18 CI
Wectrlo Light Levy Fund 17 15
Judgment Fund 200 00
Firemen's Fund 27 15
S. R. Flor.vnoi:
each stage of
Lot ' pictures
keep them as
they are today
u 11 affected
grace, and the
of the child.
Make an ap
them to inspect
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This Is Not
Wc jul want to impress you witli the fncl that you
can pick out one of ihc nobbiest shirts you ever saw and at
the price you Wanl lo pay.
We arc here to serve you, not wilh a $2.00 shirt if
you want one at $ 1 .00, but with the best value ever shown
at $1.00, if that is what you want to pay or $1.50 or $2.
Glance at the new tics at 50c, 75c and up. They
Yes, and take just a few minutes to look over the
new Spring Styles in Clothcraft Clothes at $10 to $20---thc
clothes that are making other makers think about prices.
Jhe .Qomden-jValey Qlotbing Qo.
Red Cloud's Foremost Clothiers
I OUR MONUMENTS
,5 I Prices
OVElffliG BROS. & GO.
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P. A. WULLBRAND
THE HOME GROCERY
E. S. Garber
Renl Hetotc, Farm Loans
Red Cloud. - Nebraska.
, DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OVER STATE tANH
Red Cloud ' a a Nebraska
- $1.50 - $2.00
Are Made Right
COME IN A NO SEE
Than our complete lii.c of Gro
ceries, Quccr.swarc, Cigars, Candies,
Tobacco. You will find us able and
willing to supply your wants in a very
fatisfactory manner at all times, and c-r
chief endeavor is to please. Now, wilh
these inducements and incentives to give
us a trial order, why not do so today.
A Trial Will
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