The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, December 31, 1914, Image 1

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WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
CAPITAL, 825,000
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WISHING YOU
A MERRY CHRISTMAS
AND
A PROSPEROUS 1915
THE MALONE-AVERY CO.
"Talk With Us About Your Wants"
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We extend to one and
all our Best Wishes for
a Merry Christmas and
a rjappy, Prosperous
New Year.
We also wish to thank
all our friends for their
patronage.
E. H. Newhouse
Jeweler and Optometrist
The New Year Finds
Many Sad Homes
MRS. CATHERINE REED
Mis Catherine Heed, ihoI 7" yeiii",
County Commissioners
Met on Monday
Red Cloud, Nebr , Don. 23, l'Jlt.
Itoanl inol In adjourned session.
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mill leaves four sous and two danli
ti'ti tii tiiiitiiu her demise Tito funer
al whs held tit lliu t'iiii(,'-eKiilloiial
rhuri'li Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Hum
mul eundiietliitf tho vm vices mill inter
incut took place in t lie city cemetery.
REN HERRICK
Ren lleniek, uki-iI 21 years, oldest
son nf Mr. Finnic llerrlelc, diol at
tlieirlionie Hear Ninth Branch Wodties
day nimnlng after being Hick throo
ween with typhoid fever Ho whh
hoi n in the eastern part of this state
ami was a young mail of exemplary
habits. The funeral will be held Fri
day mnrninjj at 10:.'$0 o clock at the
Highland church mid interment will
take place In the Highland cemetery.
He was a member of tho A. O. U. V.
lodge of this city. The Chief along
with the entire community extends
sympitliy to tl'o beieavod patent, and
relathes.
FREDERICK WITTWER
Freiletlclf Wittwer died at his home
Hi this city 1'iiday morning, Dec.lirith,,
after an Illness ot a few months.
Mr. W'Utwer whs a fair example jf
ll'iii slni ily independent, freedom lov
ing Swiss people who have conti United
no insignificant element to the better
qualities of the Ameilean character.
He waa but a lad of eight years when
his patents emigrated to America. Hut
the iutliicut'os of his native mountains
has ah cadj exeited their eflcut in tho
formation of temporanil principle. He
wns a man who could be trusted, whoso
position was assured, whose footing
was firm, whose convictions wero posi
tive and easily ascertained.
He moved to this city about a year
ago from his farm over in Kansas and
was a member of the I. O. O. F. lodge
at Salem and also belonged to the
A O. U. V. lodge of this city.
He was born near Bern, Switzerland,
anil was SO jours, 1 mouth and 27 days
old at the time of bis death. Ho leaves
a wlfo and llvo living children to
mourn his death. They arc Charles,
LcwIh, Anna, Edwaid and Vern. Three
biotheis and two sistois are also loft
to mourn his death. The funeral was
held Sunday afternoon at tho farm
home in Kansas', Uov Hummel con
ducting the seivlces. Interment took
place in the Webb Hill cemetery. The
Odd Fellows lodge ol Salem conducted
tho seivlces at the giavo. The Chief
along with his many fi lends extends
hjmpnthy to the bereaved bi others and
sisteib and itlso to tho w idbw and child
i en.
MRS. ANN HARRIS
Ann Holland was boin in UadcliiTc,
England, October 21st, 1810, and died
ut her home in Red Cloud, Dec. 2.'lrd,
1011.
At an early nge &ho joined tho High
church of England and was a faithful
member of tho same uutll 3ho came to
this couuiry.
On December 25th, 1605, nt Radcliffe,
England, she was married to John
Harris. To this union were born eight
sons and three daughters. Four of
tbeso children preceded tho mother to
the grave; three having died in in
fancy. At tho ago of fortyone, she, with her
husband, moved to a furm neur Red
Cloud, Nobrnska, where they had since
resided, until six years ngo, when they
moved to town on account of her fall
ing health. Sho had n Html,,. nr
1 paralysis on Sunday evening, Dec. 20th,
' and died Wednesday, Dec. 23rd, at tlio
age ox oa years, iiiouitis and 3 days.
I Beside hor htibband she leaves in
mourn nor ileum tivo sons, William, of
CHItner, Nobraskn; Alfred, of Uelivun,
i Wis.; Harry, of Onido Ruck, Nebr.j
Fied and Charles of Red Cloud; und
two ilaughteiH, Mrs. Anna Thomas of
Imliunopolls. Indiana and Mis. Emum
Smith or (Jlllotte, Wyoming; twonty
three grundcliihheii and four great
grandehlldion.
Tho funeral services wore hold at
tho residence Monday afternoon, Rev.
Hummol conducting the services. In
terment was niudo in tho .Mai tin cemetery.
MeCall, Hull man amlStoiey
Tho steel list tires Installed by the
Steel Fixture Co . of Topeka, Kansas,
accepted at I'.ontiaet pi Ice of S'JSiis',
tei ins of payment to be same as con
tt net.
liistmmi'o on couit house accepted
as follows for 81,000 each:
SpritiKlleld F A: M. Ins. Co.; Fidelity
Unileiwrlteis of N. V ; Home Ii.h. Co.
of N. Y; Aetna Ins. Co, of Conn;
Sptiiiglleld F. t M. Ins. Co.; Pennsyl
vauia Fire Ins. Co ; Milwaukee Me
chanics. The following claims were allowed:
M. W. Cm ter $10 00
Win. (Jiilbrakli 11 CO
Peter Luhn. Ih 00
C. F. Evans 7 511
Winnie Palmer 19 Oo
A.T.Walker 40 00
C. F. Gather () ()0
Board adjourned to January r, lSJt5.
Old County Court House
To Become Annex to Red Cloud Schools
It is to laugh!
Kiid Cloud eitiens and newspapers
have been hollowing tlieli heads oil for
the lasV ten ear- about the old Couit
house. How unsightly it was and how
much danger that Hie would b irn all
tliu county tccoids over in the Count
Clerks oil Ice. lint when we build a
new court house they llud themselves
ho much in love with the old Temple
of Justice that they can't givp it up,
and proceed to buy it as an annex to
(libit- high school building. Wo k ap
pose it will be u lot uioio sightlyiu its
new location one-half block away and
a lot lets apt to burn the county re
cords in the county clerks olllce. Of
course it may burn a few hundred
children to death but that is d lifer
ent. Webster County News, Cowles.
It is not that tho cltizotis of Red
Cloud love tho looks of tho old court
houso building that they will use It for
school purposes but because moro room
must he provided for tho ever increas
ing attendance at the high school.
This building will not have a lire in it
and so theie will bo no danger either
to the county recoids or tho children,
ami tr it can ue made to last six or
eight years it will havo fulfilled Its
mission.
500 Suits
Real Estate Transfers
Furnished by M. V. Carter, bonded
abstracter, Red Cloud, Nebr.
Orlando C Andrews and wife to
Emma 11 Richcudifer wd It 7 bk
3 1U add to Hladnn 5
Archie A Horen and wife to Mary
Jauu Biren wd its 9 10 11 blk
10 Cowles
R J Kochlcr and wife toMclchior
Volk quln2ai4 314 12
Mary Only to George Morrow wd
Us 23 21 blk 4 Inavalo
State of Nebr.. to William M
Bowcn deed It 4 in sw4 nw4 13
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Otto Ortman to Harm Hobo qed
It 5 blk 10 Rohrera add "Blue
Hill
W. II. Ortman and wife to Harm
Rose qcd It 6 blk 10 Rohrera ad
Blue Hill 1
Harm Rcse and wifo to Chas L
Fulwlder qcd It 5 blk 10 Roh
rera addition to Blue Hill 1G0
Frank Piel to John II Fiel wd the
undivided 1 2 interest in nw4 30
'1 10 1000
Alfred It. Siladen and wifo to
Cora V & C II Potter wd Its 13
14 15 blk 0 Smith ami Mooro'u
add to Ittfd Cloud 3000
Mortgugis filed $28,315,
Mortgages Released $31,800.
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Mis. (iludys Snyder and hor brother,
11. IJ Harris, came down fiom Glltner
Saturday ovoning to nttond tho fitnor
al of their grandmothor, Mrs. Harris,
which was held Monday,
AND
Overcoats
20, 25, 333 Per Cent
Discount For Cash
This opportunity to buy seasonable mer
chandise at Saerifice Prices is up to you.
The sale includes Men's, Boys1 and
Children's Suits and Overcoats.'
Green Trading Stamps With Ail Cash
Purchases- . '
Goods Charged Will Be At Regular Prices
PAIL STOREY
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NEW Year
And thank you all for your past patronage
and hope to merit a larger portion of your
business during the coming year.
ROY SATTLEY
Licensed Embalmer and Furniture Dealer.
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