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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1916)
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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. AIMUL :i, liMC.
It Isn't Hard To Save
It is only hard to St&'& saving,
and that is only because you think
it is. Strt 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
0 Board Of Education
III nCl.ni . April l'. lOlli
l!n ml mot pursuant to adjournment
with oil members present.
Upon Motion tlio City Treasurer was
iii-tiiieted to deliver tlu High School
Uoiuls to t!u t;. S. Trust Co, they
agreeing ti pay Interest at fi percent,
up lo tin- tinm of withdrawal nut Inter
than September 1st, I'.Mii.
Tlio h'ecretiity was Instructed to take
out a six months ceitih'cutv of deposit,
at 1 percent for ili'i' iviOlX) already de-
Tlio following hills wuro nrad ami
apptovod iind warrants ordi'ietl drawn
Tin' Wfstfrn Contractor ?1 1 25
Uol Cloii.l Chief 8 CO
Clay Weaver II 0(1
U F Wallin ; fi 1.1
Morhart I Iron 7 7S
.Malone-Avery Co HI ()."
White .Smith Musiu Pub. Co t Hit
T1m Improvement lEnlletin IS '.))
0 I- Cottim: 1 CB
TCJ Unrwnod t! 25
11 K Orico l)niK Co :i HI
Coiniaereial Advertiser 00
M M Jolin.snn Co '.. 1 10
Omaha School Supply Co it
C II Coiik(oii J Co
C S Crablll 3 r,0
Nettie Springer 7a
North Central Ahsoo of Colleges. D do
The University of Nebr t r,i
The University l'ubCo 7 2S
Nebr School Supply House H 07
The Prang Co 2 70
The resignation of .I.J. Wren, teach
er of Agriculture, was read anil upon
motion was declared accepted, to take
ell'ect at the end of the school year
The teachers' committee reported ro
3omme. iiling tlie reelection of Miss
Uiielcer. tiacher of Mathematics and
W. '. Medlar, teaehcr of yeiencc and
History. The report was accepted by
the Hourd and Miss Duclcer and Mr.
Medlar were so declared elected.
'I s-e Supiriiitetidont made his repot t,
Moved and seconded that (,eo. Hadell
bu allowed $20 as teacher ot Manual
Training dining sickiios.-i of .1 J.
Wren This being for time already
taught and to be taught up to the end
(jf the tchool year. Carried.
Upon motion all teachers in the
Snealc Day Kxuminatlons weie allowed
one extra day's pay and the Secretary
was instructed to include this in their
The Hoard adjourned until Wednes
day, April 10th, at 7:U0 p. m., at Com
mercial Club rooms.
Little Rachel Caldwell I
Is Called Home
One of the saddest incidents in the j
ecent lile of Ked Cloud was tint death .
of r.achel Caldwell daughter of Mr. ami
Mrs K. (5. Caldwell. Attor a brief ill-
tiess. in which the best medical sWIIlof
Ivaiisns City proved unavailing to assist
the little sitlVerer in her struggle for)
life, the sorrowing father and mother
brought home Iter lifeless body, Fri
The funeral was held from tlio hnmo
of the child's- grandparents, Mr. and
Mf. I. II. Holmes, Saturday afternoon.
The two tnini.steis, ltevs. Myers and
Heel o conducted the services. The
rooms were tilled with llowers, the
beautiful tokens of the sympathy of
friends of (he parents Four young
ladles the .Misses (ierliudi, Ailani'-,
Greta Turnure, F.dith llotVman ami
Alison Cow-den bore the little casket
to and from the hearse.
There was no child of her ago .so we I
known in the city as was ltaehel. Shu
was so active, happy, bright, nmihlc
and Intelligent, that she was a joy,
not to her family alone, but to every
one in her neighborhood and to all
who met her upon the streets. She
whs the innocent expression of Life
and Love, glad of the all'ectiou lavish
ed upon her, and gladening all about
her witn its relicetion.
Our words are vain to comfort those
whose home has been made vacant.
Hut when the keenness of thoir grief
shall bo softened by time, the hearts
of the parents will Iind some solace in
the ell'ort of their hosts of friends to
share their sorrow The loss of a beau
tiful young life that promised so rich
ly of futuro benediction, can only bo
recompensed by tho faith that sho will
still minister to earth, when from
"flesh to spirit she has rison, with in
crease of beauty eliding her".
Rachel was born September 'Jth,
r.U2, and was .'1 years 7 mouths and 1
days of age.
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Fiesh l'riilts and (i recti Vegetables
at Miner Urn. Co.
MOST PEOPLE DO NOT KNOW THAT CORRECTLY FITTED
GLASSES NOT ONLY GIVE YOU "BETTER SIGHT," BUT THEY ALSO
"PRESERVE" YOUR SIGHT.
IFYOU HAVE TROUBLE WITH YOUR EYES, OR OBJECTS DONT
LOOK CLEAR TO YOU, BETTER COME IN AND HAVE YOUR EYES
TESTED. YOU MAY BE WEARING AWAY YOUR SIGHT AND NOT
KNOW IT-LATER MAY BE TOO LATE.
WE ARE EXPERTS IN THIS WORK AND WILL SERVE YOU
HONESTLY IN GOODS AND PRICES.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jowctcr and Optometrist
3'"C 15. & Q. Watch Inspector
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Cliailey Kosslur who was taken i New I'lieon Quality Shoes and Low;
into custody In this city a few weeks Shoes are now being shown at Miner
ago on the request of lite authorities Urns. Co.
at Concordia, Kansas, who alleged t hat , ,jolm CrHns iuf t Wodnoday inorniii
he was guilty of highway robbery sir-; forOinahit where ho will meet Charley
rived in the city the llrst of tho week. 0vcll and together they will go to-.
After keeping 'ICatu" in durance vile , NVIigh, Nebraska, the 'homo of Mr.
for sometime they were unable to prove! pmvdl's parents, where they will spend
the charge consequently sot him free. (l fuW days.
T A N KS
Our 2" Cypress steel bound tanks are
the besl on the market. They have double
the life of a galvanized iron tank and are
THE MALONE-AVERY CO.
' TAU WlfH US AMVT TANKS"
Public School Nusicalc
The classes in music of tho Ked
Cloud city schools, under tho direction
of Miss Nina Simmons, will give a
musical program at tho Ornheum,
Friday night, April 21, ltHO. An ad
mission of 2,"ic will be charged. Pro
ceeds to bo used for the purchase of a
Vlutrola for the suhool. Program will
begin at 8 p. m.
The assessors of l'Jlfj, among other
Items, returned a total for the stato of
Nebraska of KI,92o stationary engines
and boilers; I8,;i'.'l gasoline and steam
tractor engines; l,SM9 threshing ma
chines and steam power shcllers; (11,027
cream separators; ,Q2 butter making
machines, aud Il.TOO wagon scales on
Did you know that Nebraska has ton
thousatid typewriting and adding ma
chines; 500 typesetting machines aud
r,4oo cash registers'.' Thirty thousand
phonographs furnish music and 17,000
cameras and kodaku take pictures for
New Rate en Farm Loans
I can now make you a lower rate on
Farm Loans than was ever made In
this county before. Dest option given
and money always ready, I also have
private money to loan on reasonable
terms. Please write me or call for me
at State Hank, Red Cloud.-O. F. Gather.
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OF ALL THAT IS NEW IN SILKS
IF you have visited our store recently it is
. not necessary to tell you of the popularity
of our silks or of our success in catering to
the needs of the people.
Besides our usual full line of plain Taffetas,
Crepes, Foilles, etc., we are showing a beauti
ful line of fancy silks that have just arrived
all of which make an unusually attractive
Easter Showing of Silks-
As it is with our silks the same can be
said of our line of wash goods our spring and
summer display of Cascade Voiles, Woven
Splash Voiles, Silk Stripe Voiles, Printed
Organdies, etc., surpass any display to be found outside of the
Monte Now Coat For Caster Wear Expected This Week
R. P. Weesner & Co.
Red Cloud, Nebraska
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