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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1915)
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People are always judged at first by
As an investment the diamond is in a
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intrinsic value, it has the added value
as an adornment.
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mond, at whatever price, there are
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4 Newspaper That iitvr.s The Ncks
RHJD CLOUD, MfillRASKA. JAXUAHV W, 1!LJ.
R. D. Moritz Accepts '
. t). MmiU, Mipuilnlollilfllt. of tlu
public -chools ut l!ul Cloml, tvci'iitly ;
(li'clint'd Iti iit'copl 1111 iippuinl nn'iil to,
tll.l Mtllllt llf lll.ltlltl' Ultll.t Ull IU1ti lit llll. '
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(lent. Pit'l'li'inuix, Ntsitu siipcrlntiMi
ilt'iit very muiili ik'slics (lie sorviei's
mid iissi-tiuico of Me Moill., lie was
pleased Kilday to ivueivi! word Mint
Mr. Moritz had coiisimiUmI to m'ocpt '
tliu deputy-hip as soon as hitctui luuvo!
Ui'il Cloud without iiiturfiM'iiiK with
thu wot hint's of tilt) si'liouls As soon
as tin; buliool lioiitd of Hod Cloud can
si'i'ui( imotlii'i- man in his placu Mr,
Moritz will leave. 'J'hi! school board
ral.sud his salary to SI.SoO u year, and
oIVlmimI him u thri'o year cunt met to
induce him to stay. Superintendent
Thomas eousiduis Mr. Moritz one of
thu best school iiiuii ill the stite.
.Superintendent Thoniiis has decided
to keep a complete ollhie rceord of
every cent expended by liiw tlepart
inent and will use 11 set of boohs that
will disclose at a glance how iniieh has
been expended from each fund and for
what purpose expended, lie will also
keep a duplicate set of vouchers lit his
otlice so that he need not jfo to the
state auditor's ollice every time he de
sires to see a voucher.
A meeting of county superintendents
has been called by Superintendent
Thomas to be held in his olllee Jan
unry 10 and '20. There are forty-two
new county supciintcndenls in Xe
hinsUa. It is believed a meet ink' of
this kind will lie of benefit to not only
the new county olllclals but to the
old ones. State .lourual.
Superintendent Moi it. certainly has
the ability to organize theschool forces
and make t hem count for etlleienoy.
DuriiiK his iilnoyearssiipetintcndeney
bore ho has revolutionized our school
system to such an extent that there is
none better in tlio state. This com
munity will miss him and it will be
difllciilt to find a man to taUe his
Farmers Take Notice
Bring in your hogs on Tuesday and
Saturday as Sunday aud Wednesday
are our only shipping days. Don't
bring them on other days.
Weksseii & Koontz.
Business Men Banquet
The business men's dinner held at.
the Royal, Tuesday, was easily the
best yet held so fur as good fellowship
i's concerned. We are getting to
Unnweach other and the stiffness is
wearing away. This is as it should
be. After all we are just n good size
family aud we should all work for the
interests of the family. Team work
counts. If we only knew it we arc all
nearer together in our views than we
The question of Belgian relief was
discussed and the men enthusiastically
joined the state movement and sub
scribed n goodly sum of money, wheat
and flour. Mr. L. I Albright and
Mayor Uatnerell nro the committee
who have this work in charge for
The noxt regular dinner will be held
the second Tuesday In February.
Chester Shoeloy and wife arrived
homo from Guide Rock Wednesday
Judge Dungan and Court Reporter
Balrd of Hastings arrived In town this
morning to hold court.
Jack Masters returned home from
Holdiege Wednesday evening whero
he had, been to attend the funeral of
. ' Whon People Ask Us' M
what 5s good for nerves and lost weight,'
wo always recommend
' cor.Uimiitg llvpophoiphittt
t food tonio and tissue builder.
H. E. Grice Drug Co.
rfl " ArUyrtan. ' -cS-
Fifty - two Weeks Each Year For $1.50.
Meton Tuesdayf WE ARE OFFERING
Red Cloud, Nobr , .Tan. IS, Hilii
Board uu't in regularsessiou. Mem
bers present: I'aul .Storey, W. (3. HoIT
man, Cratit Sliidlur, Floyd McUall uud
T. J. Chaplin.
Hoard called to order by County
Clerk. On motion Hoard proceeded to
elect chaii man of board for eiibiiing
year, After balloting of chairman,
Mr. Floyd MeCall was elected Chair
man of said Hoard for ensuinu year
O. D. Hedge, shot ill', asked that. K. A.
Hedge be appointed as Deputy Sherlir.
On motion same, was approved On
uiotlou saliry of Deputy Slioiill" was
pliteed at S.'ioo per year
.1. 0. Butler asked for help In his
olllee, same to be by the day. Moved
aud seconded that .1. O. Butler bo al
lowed Clerk ' help not to exceed S'.'S.")
for the year 101't.' Motion carried.
It was moved that the request of .1.
J. Harder for a Deputy County Clerk
be granted and that the salary be not
more than $1(110 pir year. Carried
It was moved. and seconded that.
County Clerk bo allowed such extra
help as may be actually needed.
Request of County Judge asking for
clerk hire to the amount of S-'.'iO per
year and for such additional help lis
may be necessary to pay for recording
and malting lianscrlpts.
it wnb moved and seconded that S'J.'iO
be allovfed to cover "both e'erk hbv
and extra help for County Judge per
Chairman appointed Bridge Com
mittees for the several cuinmUsloiicr
Districts as follows:
No. 1, Chaplin, lloll'inan aud Me
Call; No. 12, Hotimau, McCall aud
Shidler; No ,'), McCali; Chaplin ami
Storey; No 4, Storey, Hoffman and
Shidler; No. 0, Shidler, Storey aud
Chairman appointed Committee on
County Farm for ensuing year as fol
fows: 'Hoffman, Chaplin aud Storey.
Now comes U. B. Thompson with a
delegation representing Cowlos and
adjoining precincts iib to the petition
Uled by said Thompson aud others in
regard to the bronze tablet in honor
of Geo W. Hummel protesting against
said tablet being placed in said conrt
bouse. It was therefore moved and
seconded that the action takeu by the
Board grunting the right to R. D.
Moritz representing a committee of
citizens to place the bronze tablet in
court house bo and is hereby recalled.
Ayes: Chaplin and Hoifman. Nays,
Shidler, Storey uud McCall. Motion
In the matter of sealed bids for
printing as filed by Webster County
Argue, Red Cloud Chief, Commercial
Advertiser and Blue Hill Leader. Now
cuming On for hearing, it was moved
and seconded that the semi annual
statement of county treasurer for the
year 1915 be and is hereby given to
the Guide Rock Signal and Commercial
It was moved and seconded that the
tax Mat of county treasurer be and is
given to the Guide Rock Signal and
It was moved and seconded that all
bids be rejected as to other county
It was moved and seconded that the
other papers in the county except the
two printing the treaju-ur'a statement
and tax list bo given an equal share of
the printing at prices no greater than
the lowcut bid. Canied,
Moved and seconded that $100 be
divided among six papers, as has been,
for printing 'tho commissioners' pro.
January 18, 191G.
Board mut pursuaht to adjournment.
Ali members present.
In the matter of o.nimate for county
expenses, it was moved and seconded
that the following bo the estimate for
the year 1915 on which tho levy should
County superintendent $ 1800
District court ,1000
Books and stationery 1000
County board and equalization.. 3700
County attorney , 1200
County nHBosaor and deputies 2500
County road 20000
Sellers' relief )()
SiiEZEls&.'.W US FOR flRTISTIG JOB PRIUTIflG..
'County court houso levy." 23000
On motVon'sume waVaccepted.''
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20, 25, 3313 Per Cent
This opportunity to buy seasonable mer
chandise at Sacrifice Prices is up to you.
The sale includes Mcn'$, Boys1 and
Children's Suits and Overcoats.
Green Trading Stamps With All Cash
Goods Charged Will Be At Regular Prices
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