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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
Will Do Wonders
To Your Chairs
IS YOUR FURNITURE all
mnrrod and scarred, losing
licit, new appearance? You
can mak it store-new again,
and do it yourself at little cost.
10c will finish a chair, !tt)c a
dining-room table, 90c the lloor
of a good sized room, etc. You
can do the work yourself with
Pitcairn Sole-Proof Colored Varnishes
They give a brilliant, lasting newness, which
makes things look better and wear longer ready to
use as it comes from the can. No mixing. Comes in
14 colors, including transparent, all natural wood shades
and other colors. Graining outfit enabl'es you to imi
tate expensive woods.
l'ltcalrn Sole-Proof Culoteil Varnishes amy be ued on lloors,
woodwork, furnlturo, rndlators, bric-a-brac, plcturo f rami's, linoleum
nt)(i homo article of every desorlptlou.
Call at the store and let us show you how oasy, and for what
little money, you can make your home now twain.
Furniture and Undertaking
Buy Your (-groceries
Where You Receive
There's a reason tfhy you
should buy your groceries
from us. The reason will
appeal to you because it is
short and to the po'mt We
Have the Goods 'and Make
the Prices. - -
int nunc UKUttKY
i int nunc uwuttKY 5- -
2 Pianos and Musical Merchandise 3
Calls Answered Day or Night
I ED. AMACK
J ALL THE PHONE . McfAKLAND BUILDING I
i wass cca
City Council Holds
Red Clou-), Sept. 7. H15
Tiih Citv Council met 0 1 TuemlHy
evening with Major Damriill hint
Couiicilnien I'etry, Kooniz, Cildwull
Hnd Saladen all pn 91 nt. Thf following
buxiiiCKrt whs tranamMtd.
Minuti-H of the iii-t-tliiKfl of AugiHI
3rd mid 11 h, wero ren'l.
Tiih report of S It F nriinro ivad
Pot ili-iti of G.-o F l'i'pe, -t hI foi
side wulk, wua ieid and oh nit; waa or
Petition of I C. Pope, eta', read for
Bide walk, hut no action token.
H port of Grant Chriaty nerving no
tice on lot ownpra for side walk?, read
nd (inierid p aft'd on li
11. Uudrich, mcriiui, u id J O Hut
ler, chief of vo uniecr fire department,
were present to'close up the new build
ing proposition aud arrange for finan
cial settlement. Moved by Perry ana
seconded by Caldwell that tho miyor
and clerk be instructed to approve the
claim of C. J Piatt for $270, when the
fire department make certain correc
tiona in deed and contract. Curried.
Floyd Turnure, on behalf of the Hed
Cloud band, asks for an appropriation
of $50.00 for support of band. Allowed.
Moved by Kooniz, seconded by Perry,
that city clerk bo instructed to adver
tise for bids for a side walk opposite
intersection First Avenue on west side
of Walnut Street, owned by C. J.
Moved by Perry and seconded by
Kootz that tho clerk be instructed to
advertiao for bids for side walk on south
aide lot 21, blk 22, Smith and Mooro
addition owned by A. W. Holmgrain.
Yeas, Perry, Koontz and Saladen. No,
Following is the canvas vote of the
sewer bond election.
1st Ward 2nd Ward
For Bonds 33 69 102
Against Honda G9 HI 170
Total vote 92 ISO 272
'Loit by GS
The following bills were allowed:
Guy Zjlgler $ 140 Q0
W. A. Patten 80 00
Harry HuiTer 75 00
E H. Weber 45 15
S. It. Florence, exp account .... 192 83
O. C. Teel, exp account 77 50
Grant Christy 63 (0
M. McConkey 90 00
C. F. McKeighao 99 75
Frank Cldwson 64 50
FredEddy..., 58 35
H.J.Maurer 4 40
A. B. McArthur 7 00
James Peterson 49 15
R. S. Mitchell 18 50
Turnurc&Son , 5184
Joe Cair , 4 00
Judges and Cleiki 20 00
W. D. Eds n.., 5 00
Sunderland Sup. Co 4 76
MerCoalCo 78 07
Cim Elec. Sup Co 8 13
J. M. Wiaecarver 157 50
J. O. Caldwell 10 25
City Treasurer's Statement
Sept. 7, 1015.
Mayor and City Council, City Red
I submit statement cover
lug receipts utid disbursements of my
otllee for the period from Aug, Hid
IMS, to Sept. 7, llir.
Amount on hand Aug. 3, '15 S 5lG OS
Receipts 48 50
Unhinee S 310 08
Amount on bund Aug. 3, Mfi. 9 051 78
Will You Visit The
Exposition This Autumn Or Winter?
Thousands nre going to California tosoe that marvelous exposition be
fore tho gate are closod December 31st. Many will make an autumn tour at
JWUrte" cheap rates, returning before winter, while many will leavo before cold
weather for the winter iu Southern California, going via Sau Francisco. The
Anal return limit of Exposition tickets Is December til, 1015; those speuding
the winter In California should travel either on one way tickets, or there is
available the drat class nine-months excursion ticket. The lturlington operates
dally through sleepers to San Francisco and r,oa, Angeles via the popular route
through Denver, Scenic Colorado and Salt Lake City.
Consult mo if you expect to go this autumn. Let mo makoyour through
reservations early. Whether you go llrst to Los Angeles or to San Francisco,
you liavo Ilurlingtou thiough sleepor fcorvice.
lturlington through service-California routes comprise a "Sec America"
tour that Includes the scenic, tho highly developod regions, the attractive
cities of halt a contlucut.
f 57 78
Water Levy Fund
Ualance on band Aug. 3, '15,.. 12 4C
No receipts or disbursements
Balance 12 4(1
Registered Warrants outst'dlng 1309.7'-'
Amount on hand Aug. 3, '15.. $ 552 88
Disbursements 123 lo
N. B, BUSH, Ticket Agent. Red Cloud, Nebr.
L. W. WAKELEY, General Passenger Agt.
lnOl Fai nam Street, Omaha, Nebr.
DR. CHAS. E. CROSS
OYER STATE BANK
Red Cloud ' ' Nebraska
E. S, Gscrber
Balance 129 78
Electric Light Fund
Amount on hand Aug. 3, '15.. S 725 10
Receipts tiliO 'i
Disbursements 8S 33
Madam, Do Your Silks
Give Positive Satisfaction?
Or have you been disappointed by your garment being ruined be
cause of the silk splitting? Women, buy silk fabrics by judging
from appearance and texture. They cannot discern the adultera
tions oi iron ana tm and there
fore are subject to the prey of
38 Inches Wide
beauty of finish,
variety and charm
of color and de
signs. A most
complete line of
fatas, etc. All the
latest colors, plain
and uovelty designs.
When you buy
You are protected by the guar
antee of the largest silk manu
facturing company in the world.
Recognized a s
tho leading pat
terns the wide
You should insist on "Belding's." Not the cheapest but the least
"Guaranteed Not To Rip, Split or Tear"
Mrs. Barbara Phares
Water Fund 1 fil ' "J
Water Levy Fund 12 4!
General 12:) 7S1-,
Klectrlo Light Fund : 700 (51 j
Firemen's Fund U 00
in'' i" I i ii
II . V :i!lll!l!'fl!llliMIHlIf!"J
Total 8lVl 97
Registered Warrants outst'd"g S100D.72
S. R. Florakck, City Treasurer.
Board of Education
Holds Short Session
Skit. 0, ioi:.
Hoard met in regular session in
High School buildiug. (loo. Coon pro
siding. Roll call. Present: Coon, Cross,
Weesuer, Gllhatn and Pope.
' Board proceeded to appoint election
board. Miner Sherwood and (1. W.
Hutchison were, nppolnted clorlts; Sam
Klze'r,, Henry (Dlde:ich and Walter
Contract for coal .ns let to J. O
Cahhvell the lowest Milder at 87 fill per
ton for Septt-mber delivery.
The following bills were read aud
warrants ordered drawn for same:
Scott, Forcaman & Co., S 10 40
Milwaukee Dustless Brush Co.,. 2a 00
C. F. Evans 107 43
Weesuer &. Co , 3 75
George Hadell M 20
Rod Cloud Chief 1135
C J. Pope l 4(1
Mrs. Worden 1
Tress Harwood l
Red Cloud Auto Co.,
Raud McNally & Co 7
Sliver, Uurdett & Co., C
Superintendent made monthly
Upon motion made by Weesner and
seconded by Cross, that all tools sup
plied to the Manual Traiutng depart
ment, also all other supplies to teach
ers, should hereafter be invoiced and
charged to the Superintendent and he
to hold all teachers responsible for
shoi tnge or loss
C. J. Porn, Secretin y.
Real Rstatc, Farm Loans
Red Cloud, - Nebraska.
Balance 6 700 51
Rlectrlo Light Levy Fund
Balance onhnnd Aug. It, '15... uuiie
No Recelpts'No Disbursements none
Reglsteicd warrants outstanding StllO
Amount on hand Aug. !1, '15... none
No Receipts No Disbursements
Fii emeu's Fund
Amouuton hand Aug. !1, '10... 8 11(10
No Receipts or Disbursements
Citizens Hold Mass Meeting
At a public meeting held in tho court
house and presided over, by Mayor
Damerell Monday evening, a com
mittce consisting of Mayor Rob
ert Damerell, Fred Turnure, C.
J. Piatt, Wm. Weesner and Paul
Storey was appointed to viait the
railway officials to see what could be
done towards getting the depot up town.
The present location of the depot ia an
eye-eore to Red Cloud, and Bhould be
placed as far north as Diviaion
street. Wc hope the committe will be
able to convince the railway company
of the necessity of putting the depot
up town and in a more conspicioua place
than the present site affords, Red
Cloud is entitled to a Let er depot and
better things from the B. and M. folks.
Give ub a building in keeping with the
The above is also The Chief s sentiments
FOR THE BEST
The Quality of printed mat
ter depends largely on the style
and originality' displayed in the
composition. Mechanical finish
and good workmanship are only
obtainable through the use of
proper equipment. If you de
sire Quality printing
RED CLOUD CHIEF
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA
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Red Cloud, Nebraska
Athcrtlscd Letter List
The fullowing is the list of unclaim
ed letteisat the post olllce iu this city,
for the wecU ending September nth.
Otto Carlson Tom .M.msdeld
Ralph Nobln Rdgar Smock
Catherine Whito Ralph Walters
If not called for before September S3
they will be sent to the dead letter
11. U. Li;ts0.v, P. M.
In the County Court of Webster County
M'AI'KIH'NKIUCAHKA, i u
Wutotui County, (
I.n tliu mnttir of the tbUilo ul Murj J
I'UUMTOUSof N.ilileitiUo will take notlco
tbiit tho time llmltM (or ircsciitiitluu nml
lllllit: ol cliilms UKnliiHt tliu suiuu Is April
1st. 1910, nml (or tliu imymeiit ol ilcbu Is
September Hnl, IU10, thru I will hit nt tho
rouiUycuurt room In sulil enmity on tho 3rd
ilny or April llUr), nt IU o'clock n. m., to re
ceive, examine, lunr, nllow, or mljust all
olnlms and objections duly tiled.
Dated this 3rd day ol .September A. D.,
(Seal.) A. I. HAN.i:v, County Juduc.
(liaduato Chicago Veteilnary College
IWELVK M.AliS I.M'hMCSCE
Red Cloud -;- Nebraska
R. E. CAMP, D. C,
( Independent !M2
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