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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, NOVEMHISIt 4, 1015.
It Isn't Hard To Save
It is only hard to Start saving,
and that is only because you think
it is. St&rt 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
Suits - Overcoats
$5, $10, $15, $16.50
The New Ones
The Clothier A
Just Received A Car Of
In three rod rolls, from four foot high, six cables,
oak and hard yellow pine slatts.
Inexpensive But Efficient
Guards corn from stock but allows sufficient room
for air circulation
Just What This Year's Corn Needs
IHE MALONE-AVERY GO,
"ULM WIT! US ABtUf CIIMIdi"
i Chicago Broker Weds
Red Cloud Young Lady
On last Friday morning lit 7 o'clock,
at the homo of Dr. und Mrs. E. A.
CreU'liton, occurred tliu marriage of
AllbH Irene Miner, daughter ot Mrs, J.
i. Miner to Mr Chns. Woisz of Chicago,
Father'O'Donticll of Lincoln ofUcititlnif.
Only thu immediate relatives of tliu
contracting parties were lnattcnduucn.
After tho ceremony u three course
wedding break fast vas served.
The bride is a graduate of the Hod
Cloud II lull School and afterwards from
the Chicago Con.servatory of Music,
and besides Iter many other accom
plishments, is it musician ot much
ability. Kchides being one of this
city's most charming and popular
young ladies, she comes from u family
who for years have controlled largo
financial interests in this community,
and who have did much toward thu
placing of Webstar county in tho front
The groom is engaged in tho insur
ance brokerage business in Chicago,
and while lie is comparatively a
stranger to I ho pcoplo of this citv, he
comes from an old and highly
spected family, and no doubt
worthy the lady of his choice.
Mr. and Mrs. Wcisz left on No.
that same morning for Chicago, where
they will make heir home. The Chief
joins with ihu entire community in
wishing them a long, happy and pros
August Cook was born in Ocrmapr,
July 11, l8':7. He resided in his uuUvtf
country until he was a young man,
when he came to America, where he
thought he could line! a better oppor
tunity to follow his chosen profession
of shoemaker He spent several years
in Iowa, and finally in 380 moved to
Ked Cloud, where lie has since resided.
More than twenty years of the time in
tills city wus spent in the mercantile
and shoe busiues. He was a pioneer
citizen and did much to make lied
Cloud and community the pride of the
country. He was sober, industrious
und honest in his lelations and busi
ness life with thu public. lie was a
member of tho Lutheran church in
(ermany and uevor changed hischurch
relations in America. He was ill only
a few days and iiasse d out of this life
October UOtli. Ills mind was keen and
active to tho lust, and he was anxious
fur the success of his fatherland.
Mr. Cook leaves u wife, one son and
two daughters to whom the sympathy
of the entire community is extended
Funeral services were conducted Mon
day afternoon by Hev. J. L. Becbe.
interment was made in tuu city
Weather Report For October
Temperature: Mean G6 deg; maxi
mum 87 deg. on the 20th; minimum 2d
deg. on 9th.
Precipitation: Total .26 inches.
Number of days clear 34, partly
cloudy 3, cloudy 4.
Dates ot frost Killing s, 7, and otu.
Prevailing wind Direction N. W.
Remarks: Rainfall since Jan. 1st.
37.80 inches. October was a clear dry
month. Chas. S. Ludlow, Observer.
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Save Your Rent
A flue residence property can be
bought by making a small payment
aown ana a moderate amount each
month until property Is paid for. For
further Information inquire at this
kiiMk Uttf Utt
The following is the list of unclaim
ed letters at the post office In this city,
for the week ending October28th:
Elder Reed Brough Gertrude Adams
O. A. Uenson Ruth Market
Mildred Miller Mabel Wilson
If not called for before Nov. 11th.,
they will bo scut to the dead lutter
II. 0. Lktson, P. M.
The E. H. Smith farm, containing 70
65-100 acres, 2 houses, one modorn;
good new barn, chicken house, city
water, about 40. acres of alfalfa, bal
ance farm land and pasture. Price
910,000. Terms, 83,000 cash, first
mortgage of 85,000 in ten years at 5
per cent semi-annually, Und mortgage
of $2,000 for five years at 0 per cent
seml-anuuully, with privilege of pay
ing any or all at any time. Write or see
K G. ISohanan, Lincoln, Nebr ,
Or W. II. Rosenorans,
School Board Hold
A Short Session
Ui: Clouh, Ni:ii N'ov. I, HMfl.;
Hoard met in regular session at Pope
liros. ilanlwaru .Store. Members pres
ent Itlackledge, Cross, Coon, Gilliam,
The following bills were read and a!
C, K Cross S 1 !:.
C. S, Crablll lll.lll
.J. O. Caldwell ra't.ui)
Nebraska School Supply Co lXl.i!7
Ked Cloud Chief U.r.O
Paul Store v .'1.00
(Jrico Orug Co 'J.U0
University Publishing Co Ill -13
Hoy Sattley UO 00
(linn & Co,', r7.l)'JI
Superintendent made monthly re
port. Moved by Gilliam seconded by Cross
that the secretary l)u instructed to
purchase ink in live gallon cask lots.
Secretary also instructed to correspond
with F. 10, Potter of Sioux Falls, Iowa,
in regard to prices on Hie escapes.
On motion Superintendent, allowed
to attend Statu Teachers1 Association
and the Hoard of lOducatlou stand the
expense of tliu trip.
Hoard now adjourned.
C. .1. Poi-K, Secretary.
In Session Tuesday
Ui:i) Cloud, Nkii., Nov. a, 10ir
Hoard of County Commissioners met
in regular session. All members pres
ent, viz Chaplin, Huffman, Storey,
fShidler, Chairman McCall presiding.
Minutes of previous meeting read
The resignation of ,T. E, Fox as Hoacl
Overseer of District ) was accepted.
Win. Koon asked permission to set
poles for electrio lights along county
road west from .John Yost's residence
at center of section ,'f.V.Ml west to
section line tliencu north to a point
one hull mile. On motion samo was
In the mutter of the road bet.vcen
sections 8 and .viMl the same having
been duly advertised and no objections
filed the same was abandoned.
The claim of George Young for Srr
for hauling sand on (lulde Rock road
The claim of John Hasselbackor for
f!!5 was cut to g'J.'j for damago to land
along river road.
The following claims were audited
S. S. Deardorf 8 8 00
S. E. Bailey & Son 4 (K
Fay Palmer 18 r0
OllMlllcr 0 00
Joe Rlgglns 30 75
Addle Kent 4 00
Willard Crowell 13 00
Frank Bean 4.10
Chris Hansen 5 00
Lloyd Relgle G 40
Clarence Molley 7 00
Wm. Stewart 1U 75
Wallace Fcls 17 00
Ben Roenka 7 75
CarlRusche 11 40
Jim Lidgard 42 00
H. G. Pels 30 00
J. B.Berns 11 00
Fred Hurd 35 50
B. H. Weber.... 6 50
V. Ttonn ... a Rft
Thomas Clark 3 20
a. 0. Pels CO 50
C. G. Pitney 100 00
General Fund "
A. C. Hosmer 54 55
E. A.Creighton 54 00
W. A. Barcus 6 95
F. C.Busohow 4 45
Floyd MoCall 110 00
M. A. Albright 143
Laura A. Angle lb CO
W. D. Edson 15 G5
W. G. Hoffman 60 00
A. B, McArthur 2 75
PaulStorcy 04 50
W. G.Warren 13 00
J. G. Parsons (JO 00
E. A.Creighton SO 00
GeneEtherton 2 00
Malone-Avery Co , 102 G5
J. O. Mitchell 1 oo
Guide Rock Signal 54 55
Dr. Oamerell 10 00
F.E. Maurer 0 00
R.C.Ilurch 3 00
Wra.Lundy 2 GO
R.W. Koontz 2 10
Mrs. P. L. Hansen 3 10
0. E. Vaughau
J. R. Horn
Board adjourned to call of County
For sale or trade 480 acres. Will
(.tale a small farm and carry the bal-
from Us '
THE ONE THING THAT DELIGHTS A WOMAN MOST DURING
HER WHOLE LIFE TIME IS RECEIVINC FROM HIM WHO IS TO BE
HER LIFE COMPANION HER "ENGAGEMENT RING."
THIS IS ONE TREASURE YOUR WIFE WILL ALWAYS KEEP
AND CHERISH. SO LET THE DIAMOND BE AS FLAWLESS AS YOU
WOULD HAVE YOUR HAPPINESS.
WHEN WE SUPPLY 1T THE DIAMOND WILL BE OF THE
WE MAKE 'UJLlJXLBiGiJLJiiEJilbERICE RIGHT.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
U?rC. B. & Q. Watch Inspector
Friday i Saturday
15-lbsSugar - - 91.00
Red Wolf Coffee, the best 35c
Coffee in town special price - 30c
Extra fancy Red.SocUye Salmon,
regular 25c, ipcctal - - 20c
Lettuce, large leaf, per bunch - 8c
Round Raduhesyery tender, bunch 5c
Celery, Large Jumbo, bunch - 10c
Pascal Celery, tender kind, bunch 10c
Cauliflower, poind - - 10c
New English NJfnuts, pound - 25c
New Almonds," pound - - 20c
Wesner k Co.
WE WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF YOUR
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Agent, Ked Cloud
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