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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 15, 1917)
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that passes through your hands it would be a fine thing
for you, but if every one else followed the same plan
where would you get yours? The place for money is in a
reliable bank like ours, but subject to your check. Hoard
ing money takes it out of circulation and it is constantly
liable to be losl. Money on deposit talks and the things
it says to you are "security, comfort, satisfaction." We
invite you to open an account with us.
I Webster County Bank
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
X CAPITA!., anii KURPLUH U 1 .OOO
SSIriwfis JjHr s-feiisJ'j
Whether you are
repair this is the
Quality Building Material
It will pay you to keep your stock in clean, well
built barns and sheds. We have everything from
waterproofing for the roof to cement for the flooring.
Cement troughs are the thing. Estimates furnished.
"TALK WIT! I US
that if you want a Bargain in a Player Piano,
Piano, Violin or any Musical Instrument
or Art Pottery, Pictures, Etc., we are
closing out our entire stock at absolute COST prices.
We Shall Positively
Close Out March 31
and the goods are moving, so COME EARLY. All
GUARANTEED Standard Grade Pianos.
LeRoy Music Co.
Red Cloud, Nebraska
WIS WILL APPRECIATE A SHARE OF VOUR
C O A L. ORD ERS
atnto HlslorlcM Soeiity
To be sure Money Talks, es
pecialy if is a&ively employ
ed. Money that is idle is asleep
If you could hold all the money
going to build or
place to come for
JMk , f i mg iiiw; iiint i w "rn i ji i lull, I,,, , h1 y .rx?Jl ?"
A Newspaper That filves The News
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. MAliCII 15, 1SI17.
Match III. 1017.
Hoard of County Commissioners mel
pursuant to adjournment with all
On motion hy Hubatka ami seconded
hy lvniifkjstlio balance of 20ot remain-
ink' i the special court house fund and
52000 from the poor farm fund was or-
dored to be tr.msfored to tlie general
fund. Motion cart ied.
Motion made by Hubatku and second-
8(1 by Shidler that the Iudeptioue Tele-
phone Co., and the Hell Telephone Co.,
be instructed to install their phones in
the court house bv underground cables.
The county to pay the Independent
Telephone Co , 1 50 and the Hell Tele
phone Co S'2 HO per month for each
phono installed. Motion carried.
On motion by Shidler and seconded
by Uubatka the County Treasurer wab
instructed to pay the telephone, elec
tric light and water bills each month
for all of the county olueos. Motion
Motion was made by Shidler and
seconded by Thomas that the clcrh
bo instructed to dtaw a warrant in
I favor of tlie Slate Auditor for ?."()() to
' apply on the state claim against Web.
stor county for &.I.I IT li on the Old In
sane account Motion earried.
II J. .Maittcr appeared belore the
Hoard '.villi a petition 1 cqdot inn the
JJoatd to allow the use of the court
room for publie gathering. .Motion
made by Thomas anil seconded by
ICnitftfe that this matter be dffered
until the uc.t meeting of the Hoard
On roll Thomas, Kuie and McCull,
Noted yes. Shidler and UubatUa no.
Motion was carried.
County Assessor llummcl appeared
before the Hoard and requested per
mission to ippoinL Frank Amack in
j Lloyd Aiiiiii ( s place as assessor in Ciar-
lleld precinct, F.'rnii-sion was plant
Motion made by Kniirtfo ami second
ed by Shidler that doe Saunders be
appointed Uoad Overseer in District
0 , Klin deck precinct in the place ot
Thus HiiiT. .Motion carried.
The report ot I'.Ci. Pitney load over
si'ei of Dist. No. II was approved by
A petition was rend from the citizens
of C'ntlierton precinct askintc that W.
It Uiooks be appointed Deputy Assess
or for the year PUT. Petition granted.
'A petition was also piesented from
the uters of (jlunwood precinct ask
inu the Hoard to appoint Ileuiy
Muinpehorst as assesior in Glonwood
pteeinet to till vacancy of M It. LcwK.
Ofllclal Hondof J. C. dear as Con
stable for the city of lied Cloud and
appointed by , I as Uiirdeu Justice ol
the Peace was approved.
The claims of Asi O'Doiinell ami
.1 oil 11 Hoesener for S17." each for Injur
ies received in automobile accident on
Oct. I h, I'.MU, on highway between
sections '.'() and '.".i to.Miship I lange In
weie presented to the Hoard and alter
discussion a motion was inside by Mii.l
ler and seconded by Thomas that these
claims be allowed in settlement in lull
of all claims for daiuagcs wlneli now
has acciueilor which may heieaftei
aei-rue by reason of any injury receiv
ed by said O'Donnell and Hoeeuer as
per agreement on file and in full settle
ment of the $."iin 0 suit brought bv
.v'l) Minell and &10.00J suit brought b
Kocsener against Webster County.
On motion the following claims
were allowed and the eleik was in
structed to draw win 1 .nits on t lie lien
1 nil 1 mid in payment ol same:
John Hoesener, damage 111 nccil'tSlT.". (in
Asa () Doiuit II, " ' ' lT.'i mi
.Mate A ditor, pt pay insane accl. ron o'l
,1 i'j osi. meat inr couiuy 1111111 in on
l! i!&r.slr juimsirr: i .s'
Hobt P lloxsey. medical service Woo
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w niiiiiitniiii, juii'.n irn tin, , , t't,w
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( I) Uobinsou, county expenses. '!!!! (ill
J K Cliauoy, liainiug maps .'I IK)
Kiitin i. iuciveignnu iocs, exphO .is vi
I'M A mack, Coroner's fees (! 'Jo
VIII. of Hlue Hill, sup. tor poor 1'J 00
fa W Stevens, plumbing 7 HO
L S Caldwell, papering no jail.. 8 (51
V II Thoiuaa, com service Ho Ho
.1 M Knigge, " H III)
Floyd McCatl " " 01 HO
Jus Hubatka ' " 7.'1 M)
(Jrant Snldler " " 11100
Anna H Spanogle, Feb salary... 11 UO
liuurd adjourned to April 10th.
"" " - ''- - tT "rvrEllr
Fifty - two Weeks Each Year For $1.50.
District Court Proceedings
Auiboy Mill LlevatorCo. vs II. C.
llarrh. Dropped from docket.
Wisucarver vs. ICoontz. continued for
(lark Implement Co. vs. William fa.
Wallace Judgment for Wallace
Occidental Uldg. X- Loan Assn. vs
Walter L. llhea, continued.
Occidental Hide;. ky Loan Assn. vs.
Sarah Harden et ill. Sale continued.
M. H. Corner vs. V. W. Cass. Deeds
Donald fa Cloud vs,
et al., continued.
Occidental Kldg. t
1 1 attic Orchard
Loan Assn. vs
Dora Widoinan v.s V. T. Moutitfotd,
Win. .1. Overman vs. Homer Fox et
Martin Hurrah v.s. J. V. Kit wards
.ludKtueut for plaintiff for $70.
Occidental ulilg. .V Loan Assn. vs.
1'ieil linker ot al., continued.
Frank P Sadiluk vs. Anna Pavilkn
et al. Guardian Ad Litem appointed.
Moorman Mfg. Co vs. C. 12. Herg
lield Continued by agreement
Win. II. Mooie vs. Henry L'lleureuex
Hugo Neubauer, Adinr, vs. C, II. A
Hoyil C. Uobersoli vs. ('. H. X (J
Continued for teitn.
Jacob Sehiink vs. Henry Vonder
feeht. .Iiidgnient for defendant.
State Hank of Hladeu vs. Anna
Strieker. Verdict for defendant
Outchiilt Advertising Co. vs. Walter
Henry T. McAntlre vs. Nellie Me
A ut ire. Divorce for plaintiff
lOintna Heiise vs. William House.
ClilV.nd J. Pope vs. It. It. Kuinmei'
Decree of loieclosiire.
Asa O'Donnel vs. Webster County.
John Koesner vs. Webster Connly
The J K. Watkins Ueiuedy Co,;s
limit A Ciuiiplieil, continued.
John Pieliler vs. Itoy Copley. Judg
iiieut for plaintiff lor 5IO.
('iauUII lliii'i'lii, vs Samuel Pep
paid I )istnised.
I'.et tha Hraiicr vs Uert Hrauer. His
Hessie M f'uly vs. Mary M. Mary
line. Demtiiier overruled.
Louis Sauer Vs. C. H. A' J
fa. W. Williams vs. II. C,
Murvel Fentress vs Hlondell
tress 1'nder advisement.
C .1. Poie vs. Helen Haines et al.
Decree ol foreeloxiire cl'!'-.
Stockniaiis Cattle Co vs J. L. Clu.s
liau et al Continued.
Ill the mailer of Francis Hroolcs, do
Stoi. Hlewing Co Vs. Michael Floss
ner. .Iiidgineiit lor plaiiitill' ? I lou,
Frank Stair vs. C. H. A; (j. Contin
ued, fallen Jackson vs. Convulse.
A l" U'.iltcer v- (J A
.JuilgmeiiL for pi it in 1 1 II' Slit 10
H0II111 I! K ug Iiulli King el al.
Uefeiee to lilnko sale.
Mantle LimpC 1. vs. V. S. Hall, t-et-tied.
Juilgineiit lor plaiiitilV i'l.
In the matter of the application of
Uebecca Thump-on to sell real estate;
Montgomery vs. Moutgoinci y. Hef
Tlwk mtwMiic; fif lNil fllmul nrn lwriiiv
Monday eeiiing. Maich l!)th, at 8
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nomiiiatiou candidates for city.olllcHis
as follow s;
One Police Judge.
One Councilman 1st ward.
Ono Councilman 2nd ward.
Two Members of School Hoard.
A. D. KANNEY, Chairman.
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THE MOST CHERISHED TREASURES A MAN CAN GIVE HIS WIFE,
SWEETHEART OR MOTHER ARE DIAMONDS. THE LUSTROUS GLIT
TER OF THESE PRECIOUS STONES, MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE,
DELIGHT THE BEHOLDER AND THE WEARER.
DIAMONDS ARE THE BESr INVESTMET FOR YOURSELF; THEY
CAN BE QUICKLY TURNED BACK INTO MONEY.
WHEN A MAN WEARS DIAMONDS HE WEARS THE SIGN OF SUC
CESS. IT PAYS.
OUR DIAMONDS ARE OF THE FIRST WATER-PURE, 'FLAWLESS,
AND OUR PRICES AS LOW AS THE BEST CAN BE SOLD FOR.
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT: THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
E. H. NEWHOUSE
Jeweler and Optometrist
E3TC U. & Q. Watch Inspector
Sport Coats and Suits are
very practical for spring wear
It is not at all necessary that you golf, tennis, or even
motor all that's necessary to wear sport togs is willingness
to appear as smartly turned out as your neighbor without
the least objection, on your part, to suggestions of slender
youthful lines to ensemble.
Sport suits and coats are as comfortable and good wearing as they
are smart, loo moft of ours bear ihc famous Wooltex label of The
H. Black Company.
The sport coat is making itsclj quite at home in the
women's wardrobes going to stay a long time.
Come in and see the one you would like to wear,
R. P. Weesner & Co.
The Store that Sells Wooltex Coats and Suits
RED CLOUD 5 MINER BLDG. NEBRASKA
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