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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1915)
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UED CLOUD, XKllRASItA, MAY In UM5.
ANYONE CAN DRIVE AN OVERLAND
The electric control buttons on the dash start,
stop and light it. Nothing could be simpler. No other
arrangement could be as convenient.
The long wheel base, large tires and underslung
rear springs insure complete comfort on the road at all
times. The high tension magneto means dependability
under all conditions. The Overland is, in every sense,
an all-around family car. It was designed to make
driving and riding comfortable. In no other car can you
get so many comforts and conveniences unless you pay
a much higher price which is absolutely unnecessary.
Model 81 $850 F. 0. B. Toledo
NOW IS THE TIME
Tennesse Red Cedar Rounds
Wisconsin White Cedar Quarters, Halves
"Inquire About the 'Bull Dog Fence Anchor' '
THE MALONE-AVERY GO.
"Let Us Solve Your Fence Post Worries"
Help Us Pick The
Most Popular Girl
in Red Cloud
The best qualified people we know of to settle
this momentous question are folks whocarry the
City Council Holds
' Regular Meeting
Hkii Ci.ori), N'Kint , May I.
I Tlio, city council met In regular ms-
ion with Mayor D.imorell presiding.
Mouthers present Tor ry, Koonlz,
Siiltulcii mill Caldwell.
Minute of the mieUnj:s of April UO
iiml 27 read tii(l approved
Annual report of S. II Flornnee, city
treasurer, read anil onlereil placed on
Annual report of O. C. Teol, city
clerk, was read and ordered placed on
Supt Zelgler spolco of installing; nil
instead of usIiik coal at the power
house and reported that he was cor
responding with several linns in refer
ence to prices etc.
A motion was inado by Perry and
seconded by Caldwell that the coal
contract with .Mayer Coal Co., at SI 85
per (on be renewed including the right
to discontinue the same in case the
pity concluded to uso oil. Motion
The Mayor reported that II. 0. Wolfe
et ul desired to construct a cross walk
at their own expense in. South inter
section of avenue It on Webster street.
A motion was made by l'erry nnd
seconded by Saladen that same be
granted subject to supervision of city
engineer which must confirm to city's
requirements. Motion carried.
Moved by Saladen and seconded by
Kooiitz that Mulone-Avery Co., be
allowed free water for n drinking
fountain which is to bo installed in
their office building at their own ex
pense. Motion carried.
K. II. Weber and Grant Turner each
bid for coal hauling at 05 cents per ton
from depot to power houso and stand
all deuiurraKO unless .'1 cars or more
arrive at ono time Moved by l'erry
and seconded by Saladen that contract
be awarded to E. II. Weber on same
conditions as last year at 55 cents per
ton. Motion carried.
Petition of John Wolfo et al tor shlo
walk on west side block 1 II. & W. add
to Ked Cloud was road and tho walk
was ordered put in by the council.
The following claims were read nnd
Mark McConkcy S 20 .13
Mid West Elec. Co II) 2 1
Mayor Coal Co 151 12
See the Wm. F. Lewis Stock Co.
under canvas Monday evening, May 10.
District Court Is In
Session This Week
Every owner of a Parker Pen is entitled to one
vote for every cent the pen costs. A $2.50 pen
will count for 250 votes a S4 pen for 400 votes
and so on. Every one who purchases a Lucky
Curve Pen of us during the contest gels double
votes. Ask us for folder giving rules of contest.
The winner o! the contest will receive a beautiful
pearl and gold mounted $7.00 Parker Lucky Curve
Fountain Pen as a prize. c .
Contest ends June 15. Read the rules and go
to, it. Watch our windows for daily records.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
The equity term of ills! lie court is
in session this week with .Judge Dun
gan presiding. The following cass
l.nla Hilton v .losle Xyberg. Con
Lorn Whittaker v Ethel Whlttuker.
Am boy Mill Co. v II. C. Hani'..
(icnrgo W. Hastings v C. Ij. Oluistead.
Sale continued. Deed ordered.
K. Iloyd Smith v Vera W. Mi.er.
Sale conlinnod. Deed ordered.
Clias. Ulobaum vCowles Hank. Tak
en under advisement by the Court.
T. E. Counee v Henry Diederleh.
Stay of execution of 10 months by
Frank Coon v Anna Coon. PhiiutilT
dismisses petition in open court.
K. h. Carroll v II. II. Iludd. Sale
confirmed Deed ordered.
Christine Puter-son v Christen Jen
sen. .1. S Gilhani appointed Referee
to make sale.
Frank Vavrleka v C. U. & Q Hy Co.
Settled and dismissed.
Horace Spanogle v Itose Points. I)e.
creo of foreclosure.
Ilhudn Soderlin v Andrew Soderlin.
Decree of divorce.
Luther Martin v David Harvey etnl.
Decree quieting title.
Mary Franco v Norton Hemnip. De
cree quieting title.
Pardon Fairlleld v Isabella Falrllold.
Decree of divorce.
Florence M. Helmout v Clareuco llel
mont. Decree of divorce.
T. F. Jones v A. K. Wolcott, et nl.
Decree of foreclosure.
Meta Ehrnborg v Edwin Inter et ul.
B. O. Caldwell appointed Kefereo to
Card of Thanks
Wo take this method of thanking
our many friends for the sympathy
shown us, and for the beautiful (lowers
contributed during the death and
burial of our wife and daughter.
B. L. McDonald
MliS. B IIimks.
Ed and Frank Amack were in Guide
Remember you will see all new plays
and vaudeville with the Lewis Stock
Co. this season. Come and see us aud
forget your troubles.
An Extraordinary Attraction
The Photo Drama of
In Startling, Facinating and Instructive
Motion and Colored Pictures
Showing tho world's creation, Including Bdento Sconos and
Adam's Transgression, and step by step traverses the ages and in capti
vating language and tmirveloiis pictures portraves tho perfect man of
the future in full enjoyment of unending Paradise.
A Motion Picture Festival, A Soul Feast
For Head and Heart
in Four Parts
Bach part, consists of threo reels and about ono hundred slides.
Oral descriptions of tho leading events. Buch part is complete in Itself.
One Part Will Be Given Each Day
At 4:00 P. M. Only
May I 1, 12, 13, 14
REMEMBER Cieiitlon wi" ,K! shown in the Afternoon only,
Admission 10 and 5 Cents
See Heralds and small bills for further particnlars
Tho Regular Moving Picture Program at Evening Show
HENRY COOK, M. D.
DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY, SCHOOL
SUPPLIES AND TOILET ARTICLES o
We Pot It
Ask yourself a question or
two and answer them fairly
and squarely. Then figure if
you are getting what's com
ing to you in the way of
Do your dresses look as at
tractive as some of your
friends and neighbors, who
pay the same price? Does
the material put in your dress
have the quality that you
If you get the right goods
at the right prices you arc
bound to overcome a lot of
difficulties. We are showing
a beautiful line of Summer
Dress Goods and Trimmings,
and we arc sure we can
Our time against yours
will you look?
Roscoe P. Weesner & Co.
Pay Cash and
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