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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 1, 1919)
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A Wnwhiiapcr lhnt filvcs The News Firty-two Week Each Ycnr Tor SI.50
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Liberty Loan Day Observed Paul C. Pope Now
Don't Hide Your Money at Home
IF everybody did, it would kill Lminess as smely as
il everybody stopped work.
Let your money work for you in nn inlucrt bearing
certificate of depojite of this bank. Wc pay - per cl.
Depositors guaranteed by Depositors
Guaranty Fund of State of Nebraska
Webster County Bank
Edward Floiance, President
S. R. Florance, Cashier
Get YOUR GROCERY Supplies of
Full Supply of Pecans
AH Kinds of Nuts
Canned Goods Fine Apples
Everything in Groceries
A Few Pieces of Fine Hand-painted China
Tin: miii on SiiiiiuIhv iutoi fcioil to
considerable extent with tlm Llhoity
Loan Hay ocii-bration which iwul been
planned for the occasion. The special
tram biought the war tunic to the city
as per schedule anil about noon It
made Its appeal anee on our streuts.
Many interested citieiis were on baud
to witness its-maneuvers during the
At two thirty the band made its np.
pearunco followed by tho Hoy Scouts
and lotiirned soldiets and sailors
(mvitig to tho excessive moisture only
about ten woie in lino.
After tin paiade tho people ussem
bled at tho Oipheuin where Mayor
Dainoiell intiodueod the two spoalcois,
Attorney Ilouchurof Omaha and Mr.
(imnrillu .lones of Kansas City Mi-8
Oivon was in chaise of themtisiccl pro
giaiu and Miss Helen Lemon held the
intent ion of the audience with her
leading, "The Flandeis' Field".
The tank was again loaded in tho
oveuing and proceeded on its way to
Uloouiiiihton and oilier point- west.
Good RoadsNow Assured
The proirram of load biiildimr
thtoughout Nebiaska, which lias made
considerable progress Is making even
gi eater htrldes since it has reaelvcd
tho I'JlH approptlatloiis which will now
Mayor of Red Cloud
Mayor Dameicll called the Council
together in adjourned schmou at
Council chambers on Tuesday even
ing with all members pioscnt and
aft- r the minutes ol tho meetings of
Apnl 1 und 2 were lead and appioved
tlu report of S. K. Florance was roan
and oidcrcd placed on file.
Attorney Howard S. Foe appealed
on behalf of tho band, and asked for
an allowance of $G0.00 with which to
puiilmsc Mime needed material for
tin- oiganirntion, .said request being
Owing to th fact the City Cleik
wa- temporarily out of Kloclrio
Light Cash Funds warrants, Council
transferred $1000 from said fumf to
Council then allowed the following
clams, after which Major Dameiell
swoie in Mayor Elect P. C. Pope, ana
th.- o'd Council adjourned sine die.
.1. A. Hiadford .
W. A. Patten
S. K. Florance
O. (. Tool .
P. II. Honor
Alajer Coal Co.
C. F. McKeighan
A, 11. McArthur-.
a paste diamond if you could secure a
genuine stone at no greater cost?
Then why be satisfied with a mere
imitation of a singer's voice when by
THE NEW EDISON
"The Phonograph with a Soul"
you can secure its RE-CREATION,
pure, sparkling and flawless.
Licensed in Kansas and Nebraska
provldofor approximately 510,000,000 L, I "clln ' "
forthoconstiuctioiiof 1,1200 mllos of nM , !f " ''
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It is the intention of tho staf o ongt
neer to Hist build tho roads in the
most thickly populated districts whea
ts' utile is the heaviest and those con
neetiiig with the ptinclpal liighwajs
Under tho fedeial road act It is
noci-ssa;y that a stuvey of the propos.
od road, with estimates of the cost of
woilc, etc, Hist be submitted to the
fedeial government, befoio fedeial aid
can bo appoi tinned or contracts let lot
thowoik. The vaiious piojects iiuige
rioni 91 miles to 1 miles, in accordance
with distance between towns and mads
Red Cloud-Ayr, US miles, u round in
the list of projects that havo been sur
veyed and apptiod by the fedoial
government, on whijh estimates foi
bids will be iiiudu in its turn.
Junior Farmers Meet May 26
li. J. l-rlsbie, state club leador an
nounces that May it3 to ill), will be
Junior rni mere' week, thetuinualgath.
oiing of bojs' and gills' clubs. Fifty,
two boy.s and girls havo already been
awmdedfree nips to Lincoln among
them being Hert Noiris and Clayton
Aile.s of Red Cloud, night canning
teams, composed of thrco poisons each,
Any other boy or giil who completed
n pioji-ct, agilcnlturc or hooto econo
mies, last year, or who are woikini nn
such piojects this year may attend by
pay tag t7 to partly cover their ox-
The mornings of tho week will be
devoted to instructions at the univors
ity farm. Tho af tei noons will bo spent
in Industrial tours of the ilty, visiting
various commeiciai concerns.
Chickens Are Profitable
Thochii-kcn is no lonuer looked imnn.
by tho fanner, us a necessary nuisance
aiouiiu tno barn yurd or the idol of
some city man's, capricious fimn,. u
is now playing an Important part in
the mutter of dollars und cents In the
farmers bank account. During the
summer months the chicken rustles Its
own living, leiiuirlng little or no at
tentlou after reaching the ago of a few
months, Miid before Mr. Farmer roal.
os that It has passed tho ohlck stago
it Is i:i condition to market ns a "fiy'
Once an egg piodticer, tho chicken
for the fanner. No doubt two of our
rural nelghbois, Messrs Hugh Mepnrt.
and and Chun. Phures consider the
hen a money malter, UK one day last
week they biought to the Farmers
Union "evenly two ,i0ou (,
for which they recelvod thli ty-ilvo
cents Hdoun, of better than S"5 ini
tio r Oifoi tH l.'l,r..r ,I.J . .. v.:.a...'V'
pM,T.!!CU ,im,,J'0"1 tvv,U Hllxe that the
chicken Is paying its way ou tho faun.
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Optometrist and Jeweler
W. C. Gilham
Pope Hros. . ..
Peterson Garage . . .
Votk IJlank Rook Co
Crane Co. . . , . .
Fairbanks Mor.--o Co...
Midwest Electric Co.
Worthinglon Pump Co.
(ico. Trine . . ....
t J rant Christy"
Lee Ale Arthur ... .
I 'rod Fount. . . .
Kd Hiinkman. . ... .
I). H. Hurden
I'. l. Lewis
On Tuesday morning Alavoi
Pope called Council together for tho
purpose of organizing tho new
Council, at which time the City Cleik
swoio in Councilmon Elect" R. R Oat
man of tho l-'ir.st Ward and R C.
Turnuio of tho .Second Waul with
the two old Cotuicilmcu Alessrs. W.
(i. Hamilton and Geo. Trino piesenl.
Aluyor Pope then made tho follow
President of Council Wilher Hamil
Health Physician Dr. Henry Cook.
City Alai shall and Street Commis
Moncr Sam Alountford, salary $150
per month, which salary is to include
his entire time with his team.
Superintendent of Water and Light
PlanM-J. A. Uradford, salary $135.0g
Bookkeeper Water and Light De
pal tmentO. C. Tccl, salary, $25.00
Committee on Finance Tuinure,
Hamilton and Oatman.
Committee on Htiilding Trino,
Hamilton and Turnure.
Committee on Cross and Sidewalks
Hamilton, Trine and Turnuio.
Committee on Supplies Ontmnn,
Hamilton and Turnuio.
Street and Alley Committee Geo.
Trino for First Ward and R G. Tur
nure for Second Ward.
Advisory Committee Alayor and
Tho bond of S. 11. Florance for
$10,000, as City Treasurer with C. H.
Potter and W. G. Hamilton as surety,
that of O. C. Tccl as Clerk, for $500
with Roht. Damcioll and J. W. Auld
as .surety and J. A. Burden as Polico
Judge for $500 with Roht. Damcrcll
and G. K, Alountfoid as surety wore
pie.scnted and npproved, as w'ns tho
oath of Geo. II. Overing as City
Engineer piesented amj oidcrcd filcdC
N. P. Nelson appeared before
Council and complained that his
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New Welworth Blouses
Models tfat are pleasingly distinctive
It's always welcome news to
many women lo leain that we
have received a new allotment
of these very dcsircable WEL
WORTH BLOUSES, for
they have found ffom experience
that there's always something
pleasingly different about a
WELWORTH model, and
that they have all the attractiveness and many of the worthwhile
qualities usually incident to much more costly Blouses.
Sold here and everywhere Q.50
at the same modest price n'
One of the new models lias the front trimmed with tiny tucks crossing
wider lateral tucks, while the large collar and reveres arc trimmed with fine
imported St. Gall Venice lace.
fi Anolhcr late arrival is a parllculatly pleasing round neck model, with
4 dainty embroidery, hemstitching and two rows of pearl buttons ornamenting
p front, and with cmbtoided collar edged with Val lace.
; Welworth Blouses in this city can be, sold here only.
F. G. Turnure & Son
motor purchased from Faiibanks
Alorse Co., has never given satisfac
tion, but that the company has re
quested that he pay th6 bill and settlo
his differences with the city, thoy
claiming it to be the city's fault that
the motor did not work satisfactory,
whereupon the Council voted to re
ject tho bill. Air. Nelson, being
charged with ?5G.10 for current at
tho time ho was trvinrr out his ma-
ehinery, requested that Council give
mm credit for this amount, which re
quest was granted.
Applications of McAllister & Wolfe
and K. H. Gilbcit, together with
check for $50 each, for licenso to
conduct Milliard and Pool Hall and
application and check for $15.00 of
Powell & nirknor to conduct Pool
Hall and Howling Alley wore pre
sented and same granted.
Higgest Musical of tho Day, Doano
Collceg Glo Club, Alay 7, at tho Or-phcum.
Soldiers Will Organize
A caucus of tho American Legion
will bo held at St. Louis on Alay 8-9
arjd 10. Its purpose Is to take neces
sary steps toward the formation of
a non-partisan and non-political as
sociation of the veterans of tho
Great War; an association that will
keep alive the principals of Justice,
Fiecdom and Democracy, for which
these veterans fought; to peipotuato
the ties of comradeship formed in
It is icquested that this matter bo
biought to tho attention of the sol
diers, sailors and marines of this
county who served during tho war.
A state convention will bo held at
Lincoln, at the Commercial quarters,
at 2:00 p. m., Saturday, Alay a. Each
county represented will havo tho samo
number of votes, regardless of tho
number of delegate sent. Tho Lin
coln Commercial Club extends an In
vitation to delegates to bo their
guests at a 12 o'clock luncheon.
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