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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1916)
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When You Write A Check
You write your own receipt at the same time, because
the payee cannot tfet the money until he has written
his name across the back of your check, and the check
is returned to you by the bank after being paid.
This is one of the many advantages of having a bank
account in this strong bank, and our service costs you
nothing. We do all the bookkeeping and furnish every
thingall you have to do is to deposit your money, pay
your bill by check and we render an accounting as
often as you please. ,
If you call upon us, we shall be glad to talk the mat
ter over with you and show you why a connection with
this bank will prove advantageous to you.
Deposits in this Hank are protected by the Depositors'
Guarantee Fund of the State of Nebraska.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK,
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
E NO LONGER WEAR
W Clothes to
iium in ui
liabit at thy
putw can buy
nor from motives of
present stage of the
of clothes is the recognition of
dividuality which marks us as human
beings. Fashions, at any time, have
myriad forms, varried designs, hundreds
of shades and color combinations, any of
which is "fashionable," provided it be ap
propriate to the individual.
such as are found in Our Sore are Good Investments.
I Where is the man who does not experience renewed en
ergy and cheerfulness, caused by the presence, on his back,
of a perfect fitting coat, that is in harmony with his person
ality? ji When you want wearing apparel that's fashionable,
also serviceable, and at moderate prices step into Our Store.
Our 2" Cypress steel bound tanks are
the best on the market. They have double
the life of a galvanized iron tank and are
THE ftULME-AVERY CO.
TALK WITH US
protect our bodies
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A Newspaner That elves The news Fifty
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, JUNE HI), 1J1(J.
j Merchants Are" Progressive.
There art) few towns where tin
Mores present n more pleasing appear-
since tlmn those of Bed Cloud. Our
inereliimts tuUo piide hi the appear
ance of their respective plaee.sof busi
ness. That is not all, they eairy a
good clean stock of niorehanilise, ami
their reputation for fHir dealings
draw a liberal patronage from the
mh rounding territory. Along with
this, they also innaugurated a plan
for Hiving away weekly cash prizes,
tickets being given with every dollar
oasli purchase or dollar puld on ac
count, and this plan has proven to Uo
u strong business bulldur, as everyorje
In this locality has taken a great In
terest in these prizes which are award
ed each Saturday. The prizes listed
for tlie month of Ju'y are as follows.:
July 1st; Si, 8:i. ?-'. July Stli; 110, ?.-..
?3,S2. July LI; Sr., SI. S3. July 2nil,
$3,8:1, 82. July y!)th; S:.. S.'l, $12
Saturday, June tilth, the met chants
gave away the fouith of this series
of piizes, and the nwai dine; of them
was witnessed by a large crowd of
interested people. Our popular attor
ney. L. II, Bluckledge, the ne.t dis
trict judge of this district we hope
helil 1'ie place of honor daring the
ceremonies, mixing a little fun with
bn-iiio-s iuiiiiiiiuclmI the winners of
the prizes, which were ns follows;
Chas. ( iiiniiiiioti,S", Dr. H. A Cieigh
ton S'l. and (.my .eigler, J
"Tuff" Sutton Laid to Rest.
After an i leudcd illness, Anson
Kdgar .Sutton atisweied the llnal sum
mons at an early hour, Monday, June
20, death being due to a paralytic
sttoke, suJlVieil on Saturday morning.
He was bom in Iowa, June lio, 1&3.V
In 1871, he was mai fled for the first
time, nml to this union were born
three ehildien, their mother pas-log
away when the youngest was an in
fant. In lss0, ho came to this state
and one year later was united in mar
riage to Anna Soderlin, to this union
were born tell children, two of whioh
proceeded their father to the grave
A wife and children, and one brother,
residing in Iowa, are left to mourn
his death. Funeral set vices were held
Wednesday afternoon, Hev. J. L Bee
be In charge.
Price of Flour Comes Down.
The local mei chants have decided
that the pi ices on foodstuiVs are en
tirely to high in tills locality rind arc
tiylng to. see who can sell it at the
Invest pi ice and still derivo a prollt.
j The price on tho "stall of life" has
diopped about half a cent per pound
dining the last ten days, tho present
lowest quotation being 1.10 per sack
of Is pounds. Xtm is the t'uiio lor
the thrifty housewife to keep her eye
on " ouster Street1' and do a littto
speculating on Hour. Lot us hope
that they may see lit to add a few
more necessities of life to this reduc-
ition, as during tho past fow years,
the prices have been steadily going
up, wholesale and retail, with no re
lief in sight.
Mrs. J. V. Heartwell and MUs Saiah
Tilly, of Inavale, spout .Sunday with
Mrs D. L. Groat
Mr. and Mrs. II 8. Ourber and
daughter, Mrs. James Gather, autoed
to Superior, .Sunday, to visit her sister,
Mrs, Ida Haye9.
11' .!. I 1 I
- two Weeks Each Year Rr $1.50.
"America tmiil come firil in
cery purpose vc entertain and
every man must count upon
licing ca$l out of our confidence,
caM out even of our tolerance,
who docs not submit to that
great ruling principle."
County Commissioners Meet.
June Hi, HUG
Boird of County Coimiiltisioii(!ra met
in regular eoHion.
'." I'fC-tcnt Chaplin, McUtll, Shidler,
Now comes a delegate from N ickela
County CotnmisfiO'ierH in regHrd to the
county line road between Sectiona (5
and 7 Township 2 lUnge 8 Nuckola
county and Hcctiona 1 and 2 Township
lUnge 9. Webster county.
Petit Job granted and claim to he paid
when levy h made
Hearing on petitions to open roads on
liline tietween Sections 33 and 2D, 2-1-11,
l'L..S 'lnl nHinttm. a.,rl nlria.m liu
1lrU UIUUU ll Clllfc OIIU V..UDIIIK HIT
road running from the N. h corner of
11; south on quarter teclion line be
tween the N W. quarter and the N.
E. quarter sec ions hh far us In
diau Creek, thence in a south west
vrly direction along an.1 to lowing said
Indian Creek, till it intersects the hall
q tarter section line of the N. W
q mrtar of said Section li in snlil Town
etiin, thence west to the section line
between sections 32 and M said Town
Nu.nl jections to the opening of the
one ana the closing of the other coming
before the Hoard, the o le win opened
mid the other declared doted there
fore the petition i grantid sa to the
opening mid eluding of said roods.
tluird of Ffi-ial zition-met on M iiuIhj
In iq imI'z ition values between cities
and villHges as returned by the Deputy
Arsessors. It was moved and sccoudtd
by the Board cf F( lal'zitlnn that the
value of Guide Il'ick villxge on lots he
$H3 asupsped value per lot lo $120
which fquals 16 per cent.
Blue Hill vil'uge from ?97 iisie'eed
value per lot to 5120, which (qiaU 21
Bladen village from 107 aseeBfcfd
value per lot to 1120, which equali 12
K'lsemont villogn from 5S8 iiH?eB9ed
value per lot to $95 which f q lain 1, per
CowIpb villaVe from $5i nHHtHsed
value per lot to $75 which equale 3!) per
In'nvale village from sSasoesced vulu
per lot to $70 which HpiiilH 15 per cent.
H-d Cloud city was accep'ed as return
ed by aBSeBBor.
Uwa moved and seconded that the
personal ajBCsenifciit of the Hcveral pre
clnrte he und are accented iih returned
tiy the C unty Aiccsnr.
In tho matt ir of Eq 1'illzlrg the uh.
Befl?mentof the land in the several pre
cincts bh returned by the Deputy Count
AsscBsornf the several precincta, it was
moved tint the nvi-ri'ife p)r n?re at
found by tho Deputy Cojnty AsseBaoru
be increased or decreased according to
the following values an found by the
Bo tA at Eq lal zttion, to wit :
Guide Uock, Increased to G per cent
per acre, Bsjaver Creek, 2; Stillwater,
.011; Garfield, .J; Cowle?, J; I'otsdam, 6;
Bed Cloud, 2; Batin, .03; Glenwno ), .05;
Inavale, 07; Cathorton, .OH; Harmony,
decreased to .03 per cent ; Oak Creek, 2;
PleaHBtu Hill, 15; Elm Creek, .Of; Line,
Board adjourned to meet as Board ot
Kqual'z ition, Monday, June 19.
Board met June 19, present bh above
all but Hoffman.
Board proceeded to consider com
plaints on Equalization'
BUYING OUR GOOD JEWELRY IS NOT SPENDING MONEY BUT
MAKING AN INVESTMENT. THE SWEETEST THING IN LIFE IS AF
FECTION. SEND THOSE YOU ARE FOND OF SOME LITTLE KEEP
SAKE. OUR STORE IS FULL OF CHARMING PRESENTS FOR BIRTHDAYS,
ANNIVERSARIES, WEDDINGS, OR ANY OCCASION, AND WE. GIVE
OUR FOUNTAIN PENS GIVE SATISFACTION.
WE MKE "QUALITY" RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
VB'C D. C Q. Watch Inspector
In Weesner's First
Best C. 6 H. Cane Sugar, 100 pounds for . . C7 GK
With livf dollar ruli crd-f nl anyllnna iti il.r wiot-iy mr lllWU
Competition Cannot Meet
Fancy RrdScxleje Salmon, irrcrrn 20c
Fancy Silled I'ca 3 for Zcpercan 8'jc
F.FOG, Pen "Better ihnn fresh
onei, per cun I Be
Exln Standard Corn, regular 12 ,c
rr can 10c
Dulcli Clennser, 3 (or 25c
Black Raiplierriei ... Market
California Blackberries, per box ... I'c
Large Bananai, per do Jc
Oranges- Navels, per do 30c
Celery, per Lunch 10c
White Loaf All High Patent Riverton
Diamond flours $140 sack 0. K.
R. P. Weesner & Co.
Board of F('inll.ill()i r.dj aimed to
meet Thurrdav, June 22 at 0 a. in.
June 22, lulfl
B ard of Eipjalizilion met pursuant
o ni'j 'Urnmenl.
I'recent us above all hut Hi Hoian.
Bun J udj mriied to cull of Clerk.
Improvements Being Made.
Kxtetihivu Improvements arc being
made by the city in tho way of btreet
crossing), in the ea&t part of the city.
Seveial of theso crossings ate being
put in, and when completed will add
considerable to tho appearance of the
city s well as to the eonvotiieneo of
residents in that locality, especially
In wet weather. Would It not bo
well to let this good work extend to
other parts of the city? While we
I may not be in urgent ueed of more
lo Mzome to
Navjric Brand- Bc-l Qunlily, per II). 35c
Karrx Blend-Very Popular, per lb. 30c
Chieltian.-Fancy Santo, per U ... 2'c
Paxlon'i -Gai Roasted, per lb .... 30c
"Full Value" Brand, per lb 30c
Canleloupes, large sic, each
Fresli Tomatoes, per lb . . . ,
Ne Ucels, per bunch
New Turnips, per lb
New Onions, per bunch
crossings there ih room for improv
menu, uliiiig other lines On Webster
street, lor several blocks the gutters
have been a lowed lo become filled up
and the water tobLuut on the side of
the btieet, causing unsightly mud
holes which aie a disgi.tco to a city
of this sle, in this age of improve
meiii. A few dollars spent in grading
hii opening up to thu gutters would
ben good investment for tho city, not
only for thn?e living in this, locality,
but all parties conccrtuid In the wol
faro of our town.
Mis I'Vanols Nolan went to Paw
nee City, Sunday, to visit friends.
Mr. aud Mrs.K. L, Grimes returned
home Monday, from Hustings, whero
they visited his mother for a few days
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