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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1914)
RED OLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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!i(.'slo KiusiisCili Siii'iluy.
Cliiiicc iilfuir.i uiid priiiilc liny for
Mill', itqulie of Nod Oiimi's.
lf S'.hidon mid V. A. .Mnynaid loft
ShiuIhj lor 'IVxm on bii-dneii.
Only Ui vvlvUs inoi e unlil Oluist
uni. Iu jour sliop'iiiiii; i-iirl.
Hullotin of The Week's V)oinii
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Monday j Tuesday
December 14 and 15
A, Comedy of Washington Life
In 6 Parts
1'hosNiiy levolve-. in oiitnl l!i( ad-
vontiiii'si'l ii newly elected Senator
from llit Sin'tli. u Kntli'iiiiiii of the
olil school iin tni y lsciy onteitun-intf-
Regular Prices 10 and 5 cents
7::i0 ami '.1:15 p iii.
(U'tyour fin-, at Miner Bros', store.
VOl UBS' l' oo 1 ii-r.iom h i'ts o
Hu clil-on & .Salailtn. mlv
George l$rudhuw was ilowu fmui
, I3!o uiiliictiiii Tuesday.
A lame number of the fanners have
11-iihln-il shucking corn. N
Conductor Unylcy spent Sutulay in
McCooU with Ills wife uiul children.
13. 13. Itlankenbaker, who lives south
west of I mi vh Us wis in town 1'iiday.
NertUarber ami Miss May Goodwin
wore m.irrlcil lit Giund Islaml lust
It -ad the b jhhifss mon's advertise
ments that appear in this papor every
Clias. Whitaker anil family liuvo
m ived in'o the Harbor property ou Mil
Mrs. Itobt. Avery anil son spent
Saturday ami Sunday inSnpeiior with
Attorney lhickledj,'e letiirncl homo
Wednesday nlj-ht fumi Suiiili Center
All Kodak lllms bought of Stevens
l$io., developed tico when older for
prints is given.
Cti is. S.vurU .in 1 family have moved
into tho residence icoelillv seated by
The C. It. & Q mil r'd cut eighty
five of their men off tho pay lull ht
Miss M.ty Carl of Blooiiiingtnn spent
Sunday heie with her iinole, J. A. Mc
Arthur and family.
Lolaiid CahUell mid wife liuvo
moved Into the Smith properly In tho
north part of town.
The ladiis' of the Baptist church
will hold u market at WiillbiaudtS
storo, December 13th.
Mr. Cantleld of Missouri, spent tho
last of the week hero with his son,
Knlph Cantleld and wife.
Our Xmas trees arc in now cjiiio
nnd piok out tho one you want.
Wekssuk, I'kurv & Co
Clarence U iker, Vernon .olss, Will
UolV.nan and Cliliord 1'opo took In
tho football game at Nelson Inst, I'll-
Engineer Marshal of Ropubllcun
City who is running on the Oberlln
b.anch spent Sunday in town with
Li. M. Wittwer of Iturbmik, South
Dakota, arrived in tho city the last of
tho week to be with Ins father, who Is
Tim member of tliu Hl,uUlin lo,,i''u
held n surprise party for one of their
members, Mi. Ou.V Hnrnes, at their
lodge lust Thursday ovonlng. They
presented Mrs. Humes with n Kebokah
pin mid before tho piirty ihs bunded,
suiidwlcho-i mid cake were sot veil.
ll-d ( I, ..id. Ni Ii. . Dec. H. l!)ll.
llouid of luuiiiy Coiiiinisshu crs mot
pin Htitiiit to adjoin umciil. Mi-inburs
lOsont: Stniv,, lb irumii, McCh'Ii
Oluiislfdc nnd Chaplin, Llmii iiiuu of
It. D. Al'iilltt appHHrod repl'e ontlug
i ci inniiticc of uiil7.cns nnd n-l;ed por
ml-sion to place h broil, IhIiIi t ill the
Conn llniisp In honor of . vv. Hum
ini-l. On motion pcriul-sjoji Was (jnitif
In tin- mutter of tho r md pntlllon nf
.'U. Ii .lutii" hiiiI iiiIiits uskltitf fcr
1 1 public road commencing t p'dllL
i whore IJu- couinv line ol elSlr llliu
I l'niiil.liii Coinil'Ot luters'Cl wl'h tho
I li.ilf s. ctmll lino of .Sectlnn i, 'I'OiVti 1,
i iu.ee 1J. WVhI, riiinhig miutli iilidut
i md-to font of bllltr, tiicuce I3isl-
. !u ik I he font of thu liltill' tO n point
) i ms wi'stof tin .So'itlieast cortinr
..f the N'lirlliensl (? niiteror suid Swt-
u, tlien.-e nnitluHstetly to u point
v Inch i- l.'l rod nortli of 1111' southeast
nuiriif tho Xni'tlifitst q mi let' of
se.-t'on 7 a fori said and theto tcrnil-
1 until. jr. Said ptoposiil load to bo 10
i.-' wl.lc. On mo' ion foicgoing puuv
lion w.i- gitiii'ed and opened and es
, ildi'h-d hh prayed for in said petition.
, Hr X'ct'oNou cuiiie before the Hoard
' ,md inaile stateuient that, lie was or
I i m.oiisly assessed on personal proper
v in the sum of. SISOt) actual value
j i, ml asked that board have tho tii.es
I on the assessment of saiiii' struck from
the tax books for 101 1. On motion the
County; Tieusuier is heieby aiithoiiod
and oidered to strike tho tax on as
sosscil value ufSISOO from tho tax list
On motion tho old court house was
sold to School Dlstiict Xo. S ot Ked
Cloud City and L'iccinot, for tho Hum
of iir.O being the highest bid for said
In the matter of choosing. Janitor for
new court house. O. J. Kailey was
i,i.-..ii ..! iimitiir for one vear at a
silary of it'J.riO per month poi his bid
now on tllo with County Cleilc. Con-,
tiaot between Kulley mid tho county
board will bo drawn up later
It, was moved aiid'secondcd that the
County Hoard put in tlio Farmers In
dependent svstem of service consisting
of 7 phones, under ground service in
the new court hou-o at Ked Cloud, Xo
braska. In tho mutter of the road petition of
Kruderick l-'mnernow coming on for
hearing. It was moved and seconded
that said hearing bo and heieby is
postponed to tho regular meeting in
January, 1015. Motion carried,
it was moved and seconded that the
board buy 4 additional telephones
from the Funnels Independent 'leie
nhone Co,, and that tho line bo con
nected by under ground conduit, to
nolo lino. Phones to bo nt a cost of
illU.OO. Conduit work to bo ut cost.
Mnvid and seconded Unit the offer ol
the City I'lutiiumg and HoUing Co , ot
Huulder. Colo., to loulpt the j ll and
j miior reaid.nee with heating plan', ill
.icc.;rUancu with p'atm submit ltd to the
tiourd ii uccept"d. Curried.
Moved In- Fhyd McCall that the
ciiiniv fun.itdi no ait to the pnor i-f
lie county other than suppurt at the
omiy poir f ii rm, ix-'t'pt by np ciai
o.derof mo biiard. SeiO.ulcd by Olim
Ttiu following cluiiiii WLle allowed:
Ulaior Wilson ?150 DO
C. RW.il in "2 25
C. 11. Miner B4 7&
I'latt and Frcen '.. 151-13
J tin Arins'rong J 70
I'urnure & S in .' 70 S9
I. W. CruryMcr. Co 38 72
W. L. Kion 5 50
G moral Fund
Iiiht ituliini of Feeble Minded .... 89 81)
Hurt V. Slieppard 5 00
George SmclBor 2 00
William iturtou 11 50
C. O. l'.iikisun 0 90
II. K. Mob 15 91
G. Ohiimtedo 55 CO
FloydMcCi.ll 75 00
l'rtul Storey 40 00
IV. fi. Hoffman 38 50
T. J. Chuplin 50 80
J.iluitJraiiB 4 1)0
Miner BriM 28 19
Juhn lluilttna 150 00
J8te 13 Wuijo.ier 2 50
W. I'almn- 4 50
(J. G. Kickurd 10 00
H.rryClom 105 50
I). U. Stunkurd 28 75
II: 13. Ilerah 17 50
W. S. Toap 35 00
Adum Alber 13 91
llarmHoppin 11 00
LlovdCrow 28 25
J. A. Silvey Lupnber Co 12 30
J. A. Snlth 16 00
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,vt IT liS NEARLY MCT.V
What Will It Oo Tltls Ycnr
lOr the Men Folks and Hoys
of iltc Families?
Suits and Overcoats, Ilucklniiws,
1'untfl, Shirts, Umlerwcur, Hccktlcs,
Cullarn. Cloves. Mittens, Iliiti, Cupf,
llnth RobcB, Smoking Juckots, Muf
flers, Inmdl.erchloffi, lias's and Suit
Cnsen or cny thine n nun or boy weurn.
It in easy this year to buy for men.
Tho selection lslaro-the prices nro
Suit's nnd Overcoats 20, 28 ond
33l,i per cent discount horn our
regular prices, makes Clirlatnma
liuylnit o simp. Vo arc prepared to
take care ol u liirrjo Chrlr.linns busi
ness ond extend u cordial Invitation
to uce us beforo buylnij clsowhero.
llcn't Sfinl AHay--:cRiB tUn: first
Cowden-Kalcy Clothing Co.
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(low Is The Best Time of ill! To Do Your Xmas Shopping
We have the finest collection
of dolls ever displayed in tljis
town. Bring in the children.
Prices 20c to $1.50.
The wise buyer gets his or her Christmas
gifts early and lays them away. Think how
much more pleasant Christmas will be to have
your shopping over. Our store is full of articles
that will be acceptable for Christmas gifts.
Come in today or any other day this week, take
time to find just what you wish. We can take
lots of time to show you and you'll have plenty
of elbow room.
Until Christmas we are giving a
Special Discount of 20 per cent on all
Women's, Misses and Children's Cloaks.
Nothing makes a better pres
ent then a nice handkerchief.
Our lines are complete. We
can satisfy you.
Special in Grocery Department
New Naval Oranges, 25c to, 40c. Large Peanuts, 10c per pound. Layer Raisins, 35c.
varieties, $1.25 per box. An exceptional fine line of Candy. and Nuts.
Come In And Let Us Figure You
F. G. TURNURE & SON
WE GIVE S. & H. STAMPS
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