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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1915)
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VOLUME 1 .3
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
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Pay Cash and
Get Stamps : :
Masonic Lodge Holds
Election of Officers
Tho Masonic loilijo niot Inst Friday
evening ami elected tho following
o Ulcers for tlioensuliiK torui.
V. G. Hamilton, W. M.
A. 11 Siladeu, S W.
T. J. Diamond, J. W.
G. W. Hutolil&on, Troasurcr.
Geo. Clauson, Tyler.
K, G. Caldwell, Secretary.
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Rev. Myers Delivers
On last. Sunday evening at tho Medio
iliht chnreh Kev. Myers preached tho
baccnlanroato serniou to the graduat
ing class of our High school. Tho
church was tastefully decorated with
flowers and seated to Its full capacity
and many people were turned away.
Rev. Myers tool for his text "IJc That
Is Greatest Among l'ou Shall Ilo Your
Servant" and preached a very ablo ser
mon. Tho choir rendered two very
4 Newspaper That Gives The News
KED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. !MAY U7, 1i)ir.
Hkd Cioi'D. Nniiii., May '.Villi
lloaid of County Commissioners met
as per adjournment. Members nil
liresen', vl: T. .1. UhnnMn, V. G.
Ilolfman, Giant Shldler, l'anl S to ley
and Floyd McCall Chairman of said
Minutes of previous meeting read
In tho nutter of the errenous assess
ment for improvements on lots (! to 8
in liloch L'O, Smith and Mooio's addi
tion to Hed Cloud in the sum of 6'JsO
assessed value, on account of olerieal
error in transferring assessment from
one hook to another. On motion the
County Tieasurer is hereby imthori.ed
and lnstiuctcd to strike tho tax on the
said amount $S8i) troin the tax books
for the year l!Ut. Motion eirried.
In the matter of the errenous assess
incut of lots .1 and G, block .'I, Vance's
addition to Guido Itock in tho sum of
8100 assi'stol value, on account of
error. It was moved and seconded
that the County Tieasurer bo and is
heieby antlioii.ed and instructed to
stiike the tax assossed on said amount
of 8100 fiom the tax books for 1011
Dlds for cement walks, spillway, curb
and steps at Court House opened, and
after a caieful consideration of said
bids, it was moved and seconded that
tho contract for building cement walks,
spillway, curb and steps as per plans
and specifications of the County Stir
reyor Geo. H Over lug, bo and U here
by nwnrded to Miilono-Avery Co. of
Red Cloud as per their bid now on file
in tho County Clerk's olllce Motion
County farm committee lepoited in
veutoiv of fin in taken Apill 'JS, Win.
Same now on file with county eleik.
Resignation of G. G. Kichuid as
Oveisecr of Uoad Disttlet No. 1 accept
ed. On mo' ion Lee DeTour was appoint
ed Oveiseer of Hoad Distiict No. 1 to
It was moved and seconded that the
Houid advettse for bids for a luidg,
between sections !5'5 and 111 I.lm Cn-ek
pieeinct. Typo and length of biidge
to be detei mined by btide committee
of said distiict. Motion can led
It was moved and seconded that the
Coun y superintendent be allowed use
ofoouit room for lectuies. ISo ev
amiuatious to bo held in the cotut
room. Motion can led.
On motion lioaid adjourned sine die
J J Gahhuii. County Clerk
The Best Pictures
Ever Shown Here
The second of tho series of high
class ptutuics which Manager Wan on
exhibited at the Tepee on Monday
afternoon and evening, entitled, "As
Y-o Sow," was a little bit tho best pic
tures that have ever been shown hole,
and w oi ds of pt also was hcaitl on all
sldos. They wcie, in fact, moie than
just motion piotuios, thoy wore a ser
mon in tlioiuselvt's, and while Manager
Wat ren has not dellnatoly decided to
continue this class of plcluies, wo
tnt-t that he will do so, and believe
that o are voicing tho sentlmenU of
tho until o community in this. Mr.
Warren has two moie seta of thifjgrsde
of piutmes, tinder his pi esent contract,
the third to be shown licio on noxt
Monday, May .'II, afternoon anil evoti.
1 ig. omitted '-Old Dutch," u comedy
drama, winch Includes Low Holds, the
world'a famous comedian. You should
plan to attend, as wo are confident
that you will well tccelvc tho woith
of your money, In uny event, and if
they aie anyways near the equal of
those of last Monday, you will secure
even more than your money's woith.
While it is a well known fact that
tho Tcopc exhibits only the host at
all times, jot it is a plousuie to us to
call attontlon to such highly enter
tuing and instructive plcturos as Mr,
Warren makes special features,
Hammocks at all prices at Fogcl's.
Fifty - two Weeks Each Year For $1.50.
Class Play Is
A Big Success
On Wednesday evening at the opera
house the graduating class of l'.M ."., of
the lied Cloud llih School, gave their
play, entitled, "Christopher Junior."
The house was seated to its full
capacity, and the music was furnished
by the High School Oii'hostia and was
appreciated by all. Ilach and every
one of the giaduates taking part in
the play did exceptionally well, and
proved themselves to lie partlculaily
adapted to the parts assigned them.
The following was the cast:
Christopher Jedbury, Sr., an East Indian
Merchant) .. LMIL 1'OLNlCKY
Mn. Jcdlmy. Ills wle F LI VI' A DAVIS
Christopher (Colt) Jedbury. Jr., their son
Nelly, their doubter II A.KL OVIiULLLSL
Whimper, their man sen ant
CAUSA It GIG Kit
Job. valet to Jedbmy Junior LLTON I'Ol'H
Major I Icdnny, a' letucd soldier
Dora, his niece ALISON COWDtiN
Mr. Ghbb, President oi the Association (or
Suppression of Juvenile Gambling
Mrs. Glihh, his better hall
. .ANNA BKOM.MKK
Tom Bellaby, a young lawyci
110 V MOFFHTT
r. Simpson, manager of the Bombay
House, PAUL WHITE
The following Is the program for
tho Commencement o.x'ciclses at the
opera house at 8 o'clock this evening:
Processional Class of 1015
Music 'Haviland Happy Hits No.
4" High School Orchestra
Invocation Kev. .1. L. lleebe
Miibic "Heart of Gold Walm'.s"..
High School Orchestra
Address "PafhW. 1' Thank Thee
That Thou Hast Heaid Mo"
(St. John 11:11)
Hon. Albert S. Ritchie
M libit; "Romance of tho Komi"...
High School Orchcst i a
Presentation of Diplomas
L. II lthcklodgo
Music "Come At'ioss'
High School Orchestra
lleucdlctiou I!ev C. L Mcih
This sale end -Saturday, May 28th. Take advantage of
these bargains. Make your dollar buy you 200 cents
worth of merchandise. Some of the bargains offered:
8 Pieces Silk Taffeta, regular price $ 1 .00 "per yard, sale price,
2 yards for, - $1.00
2 Pieces Printed Crepe Meteor, regular price $2.25 per yard,
sale price, 1 yard for - - $1.00
1 Assortment of Wool Dress Goods, regular price $1.25 to $2.00
per yard, sale-price, 1 yard for - - - $1.00
Embroidery Flouncing, regular price $1.25 per yard, sale price
2 yards for - $1.00
A FEW OF THE GROCERY BARGAINS
Regular 25c Coffee, 5 lbs $1.00 Regular 40c Coffee, 3 lbs $1.00
Regular 30c Coffee, 4 lbs $1.00 Granulated Sugar, 1 5 lbs $1.00
If it isn't an Eastman,
If it isn't a Kodak, it
If it isn't Autographic,
All 1915 Folding Kodaks are
Autographic. See them at
We will do your Developing and Printing.
Chamber of Commerce
Holds An Open Meeting
On TucMlny evening tho Chamber of
Commerce held nn open bublnoss meet
ing of tho executive board. Not very
many nietnbeis responded to the invl
t itlons that were sent out. A few bills
Seciotary F. W. Cowden who attend
ed the Ntate convention nt Lincoln
u few weeks ago gave a very good ie
poi t of tho convention. t
It. I). Morlt. who was appointed
bometlipe ago by the executive board
to draw up plans on advcitihiug Ked
Cloud and Webster county liinde his
lepoit and tho committee will call on
tho business men in the near fiituie to
H'O if they will havo It pi luted on their
ONLY TWO DAYS MORE
OF OUR BIG
Special Hollar Sale
And many other items not listed hero. Sugar
sold alono. These prices arc for CASH and
will be charged at regular prices. Watch
bills giving full list of bargains.
We Give Profit Sharing
With Cash Purchases.
Roscoe P. Weesner
Red Cloud, Nebraska
it isn't a Kodak.
it isn't up-to-date.
Several of the members present ex
pressed their viewn on how toad vert iso
Ah tho club signed a contract with
S. M, Holltday of the Lyceum Chau
tauqua course for tho years lull and.
1015 tho secretary was instructed to
secure the line up of tho talont for this '
year's chautainpiu and lot tho people v
know before placing tickets on sale.
Weekly Weather Forecast
Weather forecast for tho week be
ginning Wednesday, May 'JO, 1015 Issued
by the U. S. Weather Bureau, Wash
ington, I). C , for the Upper Mlbsls..
sippl Valloy and Plains States:
(ioneially fair weather will prevail
with seasonable temperatures,
will not bo
for the largo
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