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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 2, 1922)
BED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. OHIKF
some very low
Mn ja,;.os now. We have
RED LETTER BARGAINS
A saving of from 20 to ?VA per cutbut you
must act quickly for these offers expire after Nov.
10th. Come in and look over the list. Don't give
your subscriptions to a stranger but come here
where you can have any complaint lemcdied.
CHAS. L. C0TT1NG, ThgggL.
ESTKLLE E. DUCKF.R
Candidate for Second Term
TO THE VOTERS OF WEBSTER COUNTY!
I am asking for a second term in the office of County
Superintendent knowing that it is a time honored principle
of American politics to ndorsc faithful and efficient service
in public office by the giving of a second term.
During my present term of office, realizing the present
heavy burden of taxation. I have practiced the most rigid
economy. Under the law I am allowed $600.00 for Institute
work. Of this fund I have used only $150.00. thus saving the
tax payers 5450.00. and in the buying of supplies I have
saved some 5300.00, and now have on hand over 5250.00 to
carry on institute work next year. Thus I have on these two
items alone accomplished a saving of appropriation and have
created a surplus on hand in spite of general high costs. I
stand for the best of teachers at reasonable salaries. Poor
teaching is a crime against the children. School boards are
responsible for their wage contracts with'teachcrs.
I have stood firmly and uniformly for an absolutely im
partial, equitable and courteous administration of the affairs
of my office.
I have stood for what is highest and best in education,
realizing that we must look to education for the solution of
our present pressing problems.
Let me say in conclusion that I was reared in Webster
County. After graduating from the State University I
spent many years teaching in the schools of this county, and
am familiar with their history and development. I have
frequently attended the University summer school sessions
to keep abreast with progress in education.
I know from experience in the o:u. term I have had that
I can render belter si;rviee tn the county during a second
term, and if elected 1 will give the ".a me undivided attention
to my duties, and the fame careful consideration to the pub
lic that it has been my plcasutiu ;o extend in the past.
Wishing tle bist CiYe'lMrr County, I am.
:'"m, IJ&TELLE E. WICKER.
"" Cnmildate for Second Term.
ORDINANCE NO. of
AN OKDINANUB AUTHORIZING
T11K ISSUANvfB OF $19,000.00
INTtiltSUCTION PAVING IIONIXS
OK PAVING DISTRICT NO. 4 Ol
THK CITY Ol' IlED (LOUD, NL
BKASKA, AND PKE., IRIIHNU
THE L'OND rOUM AND GTHEK
DETAILS WITH UK T5CT TO
THE ISSVANCE OF SAID
liONDS AND PROVIDING FOR
THE SALE AND DELIVERY OF
WHEREAS, the City of Red Cloud,
in the County of Webster in the State
of Nebraska, .a a city ol t..o scum.
cla , duly organized i.ncl cxisiiiiK
under and by virtue of the laws am.
constitution of the Stuto tf Nebraska;
WHEREAS, the Abel Construction
Companv completed the paving, grad
ing, curbing und guttering and other
wise iinnroving the portion of the
.( roof fi nf Sllhl cltv of Red CI .U(l With-
in paving District No. 1 cf said City,
including the stiect and ulley inter
sections and returns to property 1 ncs,
within said paving dictrict, in nccoru
nnffP with the terms and provis.ons
of the certain written contract hereto
fore tiuly entered into by anil Detwcen
said Abel Construction Company and
said City of Red Cloud; and
WHEREAS, Grant & Fulton special
engineers of said city, have made a
report to the city council of said city,
duly certifying that said work has
been completed, that the ttal cost
thereof, remaining unpaid is the sum
of $23,000.00, of which the Fiim of
$19,000.00 represents and is the cost
of puving, grading, curbing and gut
tering, drainage and otherwise im
proving the street and alley intersec
tions and returnB to .property lines
within said Paving D.strict No. 4.
including nil expenses incident there
to, (there being n rcnl estate in said
paving district owned by tho United
.States or the State of Nebraska) ; and
WHEREAS, tho said improvements
,n aid nnving district and the
orlty of Ordinances and Resolutions
f ti.o Cty Council of :uid City, duly
passed, approved, adopted and pub
AND IT IS HEREBY lil-VITED
DE LARED AND CERTIFIED 'ilia
all :ct , condili ns and tlr'ag.-? o
i uiicd tc bo done and to ex st pr-'ec-cknt
to ni.d in the issuing rf ths b m
a ivo been piopcrly done and pcr.'orm
e i t lid do e.'.it-t in regular and 'uf
frm as ic:?. ircd vthe Constitutor
and Las f tl e St te !' Noruska;
and that the loUl indcb'.cdncs . oJ
the sa d City, including this ifsuc cf
bands, do? not exceed the statutory
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, The
s..id City ol Red Ctcud, b" its Ilvoj
and City Council, lus caused thh
bond to be executed and signed by it'
Mayor and attested by the City Clerk
of sa d city, and the. soul of t:to sail,
city to be affixed hereto, and the in
tercst coupons hereto attached to be
executed and signed by the fac. im le
signatures of the s.iid Mayor ard City
Clerk, th.s day of A.
Mayor of the City of Red Cloud,
in the County of Webster, in tho
(State of Nebraska.
THE CITY OF RED CLOUD, in
the Oountv of Webster, in the State
of Nebraska, will pay to tho bearer,
on the day of- A.
D. 19, at the ofx'ice of the County
Treasurer of Webster County, in the
State of Nebraska in the Citv of Red
Cloud, Nebraska Dollars,
being ono-half of one year'w interest
then due on its 1NTERSEC7TION
PAVING BOND (Paving District No.
4) no. lor ?. , issued
siii' report ana certificate of
STATE OF NEBRASKA, OFFICE
OF AIiniTOK. nv PITRT.1P r..
said' COUNTS, rs.
hjKcial cng.necn as to the completion i The with n Bond No. having
r4 . ue'i work : ml the cost thcrcol, this day been presented for reg ?tra-
hrve been duly accented and appro -,Uon mid bing satisfied nom daU.
cd iv the cunc'l of said citv and Jn m- ifficc thai said bond h. s been
;.i':KEAS, l. a no o.mary that th'1 issiid accoinint wo b., 1, Gc go 11
Ua . iMri Cour il o said ct. issu" Marsh, Auditor tt Public Acccuin,. fi
Intersection Paving Bends of sim , tnc State of Nebraska, upon t.. b.is
-ny tor t o pajraent of the ccst of of sj-li data, hereby certify t.i. t said
ji.iv ng and im; roving tnc street ami uonit lu.. licen legularlj and JegnU
alley intersections ana returns to prep issues i.nu lias been duly registered in
aSone-Gellatly Co. i
crty lines within sm l win istr
No". 1 cr said c"ty, including all ex
penses incident theict .
BE IT ORDAINED I.Y THE MA
OR AND COUNCIL OF THE C1T-'
OF KED CLOUD. NEBRASKA:
Section 1. That there t..c hcrcb"
authorised and dirrcted to b issuod
Nineteen (19) negotiable INTERSEC
TION PAVING BONDS of Paving
Distr'ct No. 4 of said City, numbered
from One (1) to Nineteen (19); both
numbers inclusive, to be in denomina
tion cf One-Thousand Dollars ($L
000 00) each, dated October l;.il922,
bearing interest from und after the
date thereof until pa'd, at the rato
of Five and one-half per cent (WiVr)
per annum, pnyable Femi-annually, on
the 1st (L ys of October nnd April of
each year, such interest to be evidenc
ed bv negotiable coupons attached to
each b-nd: both principal and inter
est myable in lawful money of the
United States of America at the of
fice cf the County Treasurer of Web
ster CV unty, State of Nebraska.
Said bonds shall 'liecome due and
payable as follows:
Bon . Number Dcnominati .n Maturity
my olt.ee in accordance witn tiic p.c
visions of the law in such case:, l.iai.e
In Witness Whereof, I have hereun
to et iii. . a. id . im atuxed my so.i ot
off.ee taij day of A.
Auditor of Public Accounts
No. Vol. ,'--agc
iHE SI ATE
CC;.NT OF WEBSTER.
1, ,the undersigned, Coun
ty Clerk of Webster County, Nebras
ka, do he.eby certify that the within
bond has been registered in my office
pursuant to the Statutes of the State
Witness my hand and the seal of
said county this tlav of
A. D. 192.
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OVER STATE BANK
Red Cloud Nebraska
Yes, Gar ber 's
Is The Place!
To J3uy "Wall Paper, Paints.
And Electrical Supplies.
The best place for Picture
Cliiss will Im held next wetilc. Tho
'tluio mid pluce will bu unnouneed Sun
Chorus prauliei! Fiiduy evening tit
h moot Mr. and .Mrs. Chester Druko.
A Speoltil '1 htinUbglvlng Piograni to
,.be given in the evening is being plati.
aei. K H. lisiiuimtin, ftistor.
Tlie Larnect Butterfly.
Tho largest known moth or butter
fly Jn tl o wrld Is tho Great Athuc
Moth of India. With wings out
stretched It measures nearly a foot
I across from tip to tip.
rri:i state. oFyAii'-iCA.
iVVi'E Ol' NKBRAS'X
i'Y OF nED.fU)D4.
iunty of WeVfo:
I , i -Frrif' PAVING lONJ")
i . , it": : Hct Se. 4) 'j
y.f ALL MtoN wV. TU4
..Ar-KTSi That aku .;:', tit. hHi
.!-.' i,t tv. . f Nabn.I: . i.. Uh tet..
h id .cr wU'e i?cp'vec rr-.a M
; c to Hie bearer lWU- ,"ZT
DcUurs, -n lawful evnev oY ieTTTJit
od States of America, on t! e i'iit flay
of October, 1937, with inttrlst there
on i re i.t tho date hcieof r.t the rale
f Flvo and one-half per centum,
(5.r. ) per annum, payable' ?emi-an-
nually en the first days i.i'
nnd of each jear, on
representation and surrender ot tne
annexed interest coupons : .- they .sov
callv become due, and for tho prompt
payment of this Irnd at maturity,
anil the interest installments as they
becone due, the full ft ith, credit and
resturces of tho Cftv ol ucil l louu
aio lierebv irrevocably pledged. Botli
j l ncipal " ami into est of this holitl
-.re tii.'.ablc at ti.o off'ce of the Coun
ty Treasurer of WHistcr i ount-. in
the Stale of Ncbnvfca, in tne City of
Red Cloud Nebn skrt.
Thi bond is one of a series of nine
teen bonds, of I'ke date and tenor
which bonds are numbere-d from one
(1) to Nineteen (19) both inclusivo
amounting in tho aggregate to tho
principal sum of Nineteen Tnusf"'
($19,000.00) Dollrrs, issued by the
City of Red Cloud, Ncbraskn, for tho
payment. of tho cost of paving, grad
ing, curbing and guttering, drain'ng
and otherwise improving street and
alley inter ections nnd returns to
nc " 1'"- n' all e'-ncns-'esijici-dont
thereto, within Paving District
No. 4 of s-v'd c'ty, i i'o ind by auth
ority of ami in accordance with tho
provisions cf tho 1tws of the State
of Nebraska, tad under and by nuth-
Section 3. That the bond hereby
authorized shall be signed by the May-
r , v v.'itv ierk th t c. sal of
tne uity atuxed. Tne interest cou
pons thereto attached shall be execut
ed by the fac-simile signatu.es n i.n.
Mayor anil City Clerk. Saul bond
after execution and registration
rhall be delivered to the RrowiiiL rum
mer Investment Company of Wiciut--,
Kansas, ,ho have e nti acted to pur
chase aid bands for the iar value
trereol, j.ius accrued interest there
on, which contract of sale is hoieb.
ratified ;nd approved, and upon e
ccipt of t.ie ).irch:se price therefor
the City Treasurer shall g ve full aiu
c mplete receipt for the bends.
Section 4. Tliut ti.o monev pro
cured Ir. i the sale of rud bond
shall be lawfully usctl in payment of
the cost cf paving, grading, curbing,
and guttering, drn'ning and other
wise improving the treet and alley
uitcrsccti ns and rctu.ns to property
l.ncs within iu d pa.ng district No. 4
of said cty, i.r.'l fcr no otl.er purprsi
Scitio'i 6. The rull faith, credit
.'nd all if t.ie resource of the C ty of
fced Cloud are he n ;' lrrevceabl)
Viodgcd i r V.c ., lvmpt p yin:nv m
tho .tHn dascribed bois drd lnf.i
fjt installments a. tie'y sevrrill
.mature and 't, is hereby miulo tl,
duty uf the ijroper e? ic ua u le
a ;a uoon till ci tne ia .-
rty irt raid cty .:j. ti .en
-4- wjiiiw ana l'tera i w-
,n I -e i'i y. T'. t.vh'-i "l u
I It- ui i- II tw t.ari ell- "i
te. t r.asa, anp.ovoi .na ii.o-
lication. -' '
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Attc.4: MARY PETERSON
CLAUMSA MAYNARD Ma..o
j ' annual d
II. ROBINSON FOR
Hardware Electrical Goods
WHEN you want anything in the line of hardware,
whether it be a small item or a bill for a new house
we will be glad to serve you.
We also carry a line of electrical goods,
irons, grills, percolators, waffle irons,
See us for lamps,
"Who aid KtllottM Corn
Ob, goody, Jnt,
KELLOCG'S tor our sup
per.'Dta we won't dreuat"
leave it to theldddies to
they ewe never tough or leathery!
Put a bowl of KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes and a bowl
of imitations in front of any youngster I Then see
KELLOGG'S disappear! Try the experiment yourself I
It's great to know the difference in corn flakes the
difference between the genuine and the "just-as-goods"
! Kellogg's have a wonderful flavor that would
win your favor by itself but when you know that
Kellogg all-the-time crispness! Well they just make
you glad! Kellogg's are never tough or leathery or
hard to eat!
Kellogg's will snap-up kiddie appc-.
titcs sometmng wonaenun Ana, our
word for it let the littlest have their
fill just like Daddy must have his!
You'll Tiover know how delicious
TA ACTED I corn flakes can be until you eat
lwirmi- Tr-RT t nflfl'S I Vnti. will l-timv thn
CORN I KELLOGG vackaec because it is RED
CI AXES and GREEN! Look for it!
Also maters of KELLOGG'S KRUMBLES and KELLOGG'S BRAN' cooked and krcinbled
C. 11. Uobtnson, prcjrrcssive can-(lidr-.to
for lopreseiitutivo 71st d'strict,
'- a homo man 1k !r entitled to your
consideration at tho polls Ncvcmboi
7th. lie is a man whoso character i
above rep oach. Ho is kn vn for liii
itorlinK chair.. tor, has always bcc.i
indoiitifcif with all movements for
tho betterment o" the enmmunity,
county i'nd state, i.i active in church
nnd Sunday School work and ut tho
present time is teacher of the men's
bible class of tho Methodist church gf
iJludcn. ii. c'.ct-icd ut .c rcser.tntivo
of this district he will stand firm for
any and all movements thut will assist
in bettering tho conditions for tho com
mon people which takes us all in.
Wheirwe have r. home man whom we
know to bo a man in every sense, nf
tho word, and capable, Jet us give
him our undivided support. llladen
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. LE5 WALKER". '.
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Bell Phone 29
Ind. Phone 12
Nov. 1 1 , Will be a Big Day
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