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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 16, 1915)
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It Isn't Hard To Save
It is only hard to start saving,
and that is only because you think
it is. Start saving today by
depositing whatever money you can
spare in this bank where the safety
of your money is guaranteed, not
only by us but by the Depositors
Guarantee Fund of the slate of
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
Are the dollars you spend for thresh
ing coal giving "value received."
"Illinois Egg Size" produces more
steam units per dollar than any other
threshing coal on the market.
IHE MALONE-AVERY CO.
"uui win us amvt cal"
$10 to $25
"Up To Now"
Your Money Back
A Newspaper That filves Ihc Nchs Flftytno Weeks E.tclt Year Por Sl.iiO.
KKD OL.OUD, XtililiASKA. SWPTliJM 1JH1 1(5, VMTu
Angel Of Death
I Darkens Many Homes
MltS. DAVK CI!TVI:I(!11T
Mt-a M ti Ptn I l ft. tilt 11 ft Mir twill t
Ksbon was taken to Lincoln lust week
(or medical treatment She was oper
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IlllMI Mil I II I' Sllll UliL lllt'll IIUIIIIK IIIC
operation. A husband mid nine child
ren are left to mount her death. The
Chief along uitli Hid uiiiny fi lends of
the family extend sympathy to t lit be-
On Sunday night, Ihc 1 venr ami l
niniit lis old daughter ( Mr. and Mis.
Warn Huller dkd at their homo in the
past jinn ot litis city after a short IP
ncss Tho funeral set vices weie held
at tlio homo Ttiesdtiy atlcrnoon, Uev.
Myers otlleiatliig. IiiteruiGtit took
place in the city cemetery. The bo
tonved paiontshaio the sjnipathy of
the in tire community.
Atuiii Strobl, the seven year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. KuinU Slrobl,
who was taken to tho hospital at llast
ings for ttcatmctit tor septic poison,
died at tnat place last Tlniisduy I'vott
ing The loinuins weie bi ought to
this city Friday for burial. The
funeral horvlcos weto held ot the home
nf her parents Sunday mottling, Rev.
(5. W Hummel ollloluting. Intoinieiit
took plr.cu in the city cemetery. The
bereacd parents have the sympathy
of the entire community.
On last Thursday evening Elmer
Wilson, who has been superintendent
of the l'oor Farm for several years,
died after a brief illness. lie was
born in Ohio and watt 41 years old at
tho time of his demise. lie wus the
eldest sou ot Mr. and Mrs. .John Wil
son of this city. Funeral services were
held Sunday afternoon at tho Uretliren
church of which he was a faithful
member, Uev. Ira Wagoner otlleintlng.
A largo number of fiieuds were in at
tendance to pay their last respects to
a kind friend and neighbor Inter
ment was made in the city cemoteiy.
Hesldes a wife and four children, he
leaves to mourn his death his patents,
one brother and five sisteis. The
Chief along with the entire community
extends sympathy to the beieavod
Met On Tuesday
lino Ci.oti), Ni.n., Sept. 11th, Hi 15
liuiud ot County Cummissioners met
pursuant to Hiljuitrninent. Membeis
present vl.: T.J. Chaplin, Grant Shid
ler, l'tiul Storey and Floyd McCall
Chairman of said 13oaul.
In the matter of the road petition
(lied by K Fearu and others, asking
for u road to be opened and establish
ed, commencing nt the Kuusas line, at
tho South west corner of section .'JO
township 1 range 12 running thence
North, the said road to be 40 feet wide
and terminating at the North west
corner of section 21 township 1 range
12, Webster County, Nebraska.
It was moved and seconded that
above line of road be and is hereby
opened and established as prayed for
in said petition. Motion carried
On motion the following list of
claims wcro audited and allowed and
the clerk authorized and instructed to
draw warrants on their respective
funds in payment of same.
Chas. Uarrett 810 00
Tas. A. Uurden 11 Ht
Grant Christy a 10
W. II. Cloud r.0 00
A. IJ. MoArthur 02 ()0
Nebraska Hospital for Insauc... 00 Co
A D. Hanney 0 00
Anniellelle Spanogle 7 25
Hirt Armstrong S 3 00
Wm.Uohrer 41 25
J'lckJJarnea 20 f0
W. A. Carpenter 15 30
Dave Clark 40 00
Geo. Clauaon 4125
Henry Frisbie 5 50
F. It. Gavcka 9 CO
Chas. Graham CIO
.Ton .Tnnkflnn .1ft 9.
I Inn tfnarrln .14 lt
F.S.King 12 50
John Mulder C 00
Hollie Quiggle G CO
Wm. A. Sawjer 310 00
A. W. Smith 12 00
T. E. Topham 25 00
Wells and McTaggart 42 92
COUNTV l'OOR FUND
I. W. Crary Mercantile Co.... 22 25
Joe Fogel 10 25
James Lor 70 00
On motion board adjourned to meet
October 5th, 1915.
W. T. Coons and Ed. Crary of fluide
Business Men Are
After The Crowds
The business nifu of tin. city have
at'iangcd to give lieu baud conceits
eveiy Nilurd.iy afternoon litis will
be tor the betiellt of our out ot town
visit. us and ciistonif'is Auani;emeiits
liui also been mink with Manager
Win rcn for free tickets to the moving
I'letuie show limine; the ilaj on Sat
urdnjs. These will continue fur at
least tlin e mouths, and it our liiends
like the lepee well enough the plan is
tokicpnii indellnately The Tepeo
has (.'itiiu d a teputatioit fot llistclass
plot UK- shows and it will be kept
stiietly up o standard so these day
etttei tiiiniiients will 1)J as good as
niiiM'j cait l.uy.
Come iiiio, come all, and accept the
liotpiiiilit of the business men of Wed
Hi:al Istntc transfers.
Heal Instate transfers compiled by
U. W. htewHi'i, Hontlod Abstiactur and
Attoruev. Ileil Cloud. Nebrasitn.
II Irani Ileud icli.s and wife to
Sorell Sotiisoll, vd, pt iic'j
ne'i is. i 11 ,
.Joint rtitoiteet al to Margaiet
Jlitone, wd, s'1 se'4 'J7-2 II...
Hobeit Harris and wifoto School
Dis No 27, wd, pt n wj ne'i
11 2-11 2"
W. ll.Crtttlt and wife to F. A.
Good, wd, lot 4, I3lk. lit, Uowles Ufo
F. W Miller and wife to Elia
beth PjIois, wd, s tO ft lot 8,
lllk. I, Talboti Add Cinide
Philip Fassler and wife to John
S. Derr, wd, sj sw)f sco 15
BUilsJ. nwJseH 10 'H '-'0000
Wo. Strickler single to John .1.
Jones, wd, j int. nj so., pt
nVi nelM-ll MOO
John J. Jones and vufo to Win
Strickler, wd, sj se'$ 18 Ml. .1000
Martha I. l'othoinus et al to
Samuel Richardson, wd, lot 1.1.
lilk. 8, Vances Add Guide llock 13J0
F. W. Alsleben to C. F (Jund,
wd, wj swj', r-:i-10 0000
Mortgages Filed $21,217.00.
Mortgages Released $20,700.00.
New House For Sale
A now four room house wlth'screeti
ed poich s by 1(5 feet. Will sell at a
very reasonable piiee. For fuither
information inquire of The Chief.
OUR LINE of Winter Coats is now complete and we in
vite your inspection. You will have an unusual oppor
tunity to see a splendid display of the newest styles and materials
of the season. You will also be interested in our showing of
beautiful Dress Fabrics for Fall and Winter. All the newest
weaves and colors.
All Out or Town Customors Will Bo Qlvon Froo Tickets To Tho
Topoo Thoatro Saturday Afternoon. v Ask for Them.
,. are moaern-
Keep correct timvggLi
WHEN YOU WANT A TIMEPIECE, WHETHER IT IS A WATCH OR A
CLOCK, COME TO US. WE HAVE ALL KINDS, ALL SIZES, ALL
PRICES. AND YOU CAN RELY ON THEIR ACCURACY.
OURJEWELERY.TOO, IS "ON TIME;" RIGHT UP TO THE LAST
TICK OF THE CLOCK IN STYLE AND OUR QUALITY-WELL, YOU
KNOW YOU CAN'T BE DISAPPOINTED IN ANYTHING YOU BUY IN OUR
GIVE YOUR CHILD A WATCH AND TEACH PUNCTUALITY.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT;THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jowelor and Optometrist
l3f"C. B. & Q. Watch Iniptctor
Subjects at Gospel Tent
Tonight "The Christian or Seventh
Day Sabbath, And Why 1 Keep It".
l-'rldav "Sunday Sacrodness".
Subjects Following: "II o w Tho
Ohiuiiri Citnio About; IJ. S. In Prophecy;
The Two Covenants, and kindred sub
jects All aie welcome. Come and hear
for ynm self KuiKitE L. Cook.
Paihowe Ciuei Aivi.HTisi:iih
SUIT or SKIHT
ll&SSiS. LEARN TO
If there tiro cltl.ens who are willing
to give pupils places to work for hard,
or who would bo willing to give pupllH
a reduction on board for small services
about tho hone, they will confer a
groat fuvor .by notifying Miss Kutli
Johnston, pilneipal of the High
School or telephoning the olllco Dell
Hcd 121); Rural 1!H).
1. M. Viiiii:iie.W), Supt. of Schools.
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were la tho olty Saturday.
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