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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (July 5, 1923)
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RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA. JULY 5. 1923
YEARS WE HAVE BEEN
RIGHT HERE WITH YOU AND HAVE MADE A
YES HONOR, BRIGHT DEALINGS
HAVE PUT US TO THE HEAD OF OUR CLASS
14 DA YS OF BIRTHDAY PRICES ON ENTIRE STOCK COMMENCING
Dress Shirts $1.25 val. 2 for $1.75; $1.50 val. 2 for $2.19
COME AND BRING A FRIEND
S COUNCIL CONTRIBUTES $10.00 '
rifl ' luirrtKu ir.v iAiu.it-.
f! ! Hod Cloud, Nebr., July 3, 1923 !
Major Pctcrt-on called Council to
gether in lobular session at Com p'l
Chamber. Mombcts picscnt, Amack,
Chrsty, Hummel and Hoffman.
Minutes of tegular meeting of Jure
5, 1923 and special meeting of .liic
21, 1923, toad and aiiptoxcil. M in' 1
ly repot t of S. R. Florance, city
tieasuter picsented and orceicd piac
ed on file.
Motion ntude by Christy and sec
onded by Ama k that the Council tul
titise for b'.ls for paving Panama
Canal accotding to blue pi int. Yeas,
Christy ami Amack, No, Hummel
Motion made by Hoffman and sec
onded by Amack that the Council
pay $10.00 toward putting a
cable on the flag jiolc pulley. Yeas,
Christy, Amack, Hummel and Hoff
Councilman Hoffman inttoduced
the Levy Ordinance for 1923 which
ptovides as follows and was duly
Soetion I There is here ity levied
on nil the taxable property of the
city of Red Cloud, Nebraska, the fol
lowing taxes on each one dollar of tne
assessed valuation of both real and
personal property in said city for Uic
purposes hereinafter mentioned:
General Fund 5. mills
Electric Light Plant .5 mills.
Public Library 1. mill.
Fiie Dcpattment .1 mills
Intet est on Light and Water bonds
Interest on Sewer bonds 1.1 mills.
Intel est on Paving and Refund
bends 4 2 mills
Account Pavlnj; Intcrscct'on bonds
Total, 14.7 mills
The following Appropriations com
bined in an ordinance wns then pass-
; Salaries Lifiht and Water
Fuel Oil and Draynge
I Betterment Water and Light
.Streets and Alleys
Printing and Supplies .
Interest on Paving and Refund
Bonds - 1G00.0O
Warrant Fire Department... 500.00
M. II Corner .... $ CIO
Power House Employees - . 4C0.0O
Mabel Albright . 80.00
Lawtence Doyle -. 90.00
C. U Lcw.s . 85.00
S. R riotanco - . 357.85
Mahel Albright - 15.51
The Korsme.er Co. . G9!
The II R. Electtic Co. ....... 18.88
Heniy H. Crow Co. . . 211.38
Supply Co. .. C.G8
Mid West Electric ... 101.23
SluClnir Refining Co. 101 06
Gr'ce & Grimes J4.30
Hatve Hattman ....... . 9.00
Beit Petty. ... 3.00
Sam Mountfotd G1.12
Lew Simpson .. . . , 13.00
Webster Co. Argus 21 75
John Wilson K7 20
Hubert Hedge 31.00
Fiank Campbell - - .",2.10
Sam Mountford 45.70
Malone-Gcllatly . ..-. 12.20
M. M. Mcemby 42 35
HOARD OF EDUCATION
IN REGULAR SESSION
The Board of Education met in reg
ular session at Gticc & Grimes store
at 8 o'clock p. m. Members present,
Grimes, Sherwood, Ctablll and Perry.
Minutes of meeting of June 4th
read and approved.
The repot t of S. R. Florance treas
urer of School District No. 2 was re
ceived and ordered placed on file.
Said tepott was ftom July 1, 1022
to July 1, 1923 and showed receipts
of ?H1G,131.2S and .disbutsbments of
31,GG355 leaving a caMi balance on
hand cf S14S7.83.
The following bills were audited
and allowed and sectctaiy instructed
to draw wart ants for same:
Dodd-Mead & Co
B F. Perry -Vera
Lee Simpson ...
S. R. Florance
Art Nelson ...
Refund Paving Intersect Bonds.
.. $ 7.75
. ... 25.00
. . 45.15
. .. 177 68-
No further business appearing tho
Birtbda Sale celebrating our 25tli
year, July 0-2L Cowden-Kaley Cloth
log Co., Red Cloud, Nebr.
The following claims were allowed.
Mrs. Retta Miner and sons, Charlea
and James, went to Trenton Satur
day mornine via auto where they will
'spend several weeks helpmg- harvest
'a large acreage of wheat put ou: on
Mrs. Miner's farm near there this
- 1 M",',M
Webster County Bank
WE WISH to announce that we have opened up a sav
ings department in our bank for the use of the child
ren, adults and every one. Thrift and saving is
something that has been neglected.
We kindly invite you to take advantage of this sav
ings idea and make this your banking home with your
savings no matter how small, you are alwas welcome.
A saver is a hustler and wo are for both. Bank with
us and you can bank on us.
We welcome every child in the community to become
a customer of this new department.
THE WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
WINS THREE GAMES
Last Thursday afternoon the locnl
ball team played the Supet;or ;eam
on the locnl diamond and out played
the i.sitors by a scoie of 13 to 1 thus
g ving them a leal taste of defeat.
Knnpp and Vet-saw did the Heavy hit
t tig for the home boys f?cy each got
ting a three base hit, while .scveia!
others secuicd two base hits.
Sunday afternoon the local team
went to Guide Rock where they pio
cceded to gio them a demonstration
of what it meant to bo shut out on
their diamond. Red Cloud won b
a scoie of 5 to 0. Luttn wns on the
mound for the Red Cloud team ann
he had good support, while Gteon
hnlgh out in center field mnde several
.'eiKational plays thnt mnde the fans
s't up nnd take notice thnt he was
making good on the vlh.'tois tenm.
Wednesday at ranklin in n seven
inning game with Latta on the
mound, Red Cloud defeated Guide '
Rock by a heme of 5 to 1. '
Alma will be here Siuumv.
Celebrate by attending our Blrthdny
I Stile, July 0-21. Cowden.Kaley, Cloth
ing Co , Red Cloud. Nebr
Mrs. Guy Iliadbrook and children of
Hysliam, Montana and her mother are
visiting Mr. and Mrs Mike Flnlcrnbind. j
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hatohr :Ioranille
and baby arrived heio Friday even-
ingjrom titer homo 111 Hcmlnghfoid
to spend a few weeks heie at tho
j homo of her patents, Mr. and Mt.i.
Chas. Barrett and with other rela-,tive3.
HEARTS OF THE WORLD
Red Cloud, Nebraska
THIS PICTURE HAS SHOWN TO MILLIONS OF SATISFIED
PEOPLE AT BIG PRIDES, BUT IT WILL BE SHOWN IN
RED CLOUD FOR
FIRST SHOW BEGINS AT 8 P. M.
9:30 SO BE HERE EARLY.
NO TICKETS SOLD AFTER
30c CHILDREN 10c
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