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KED CLOUD, MEHRASKA. MAKCII UJ, 1SMJI.
NUMBER 1 1
BE ON THE SAFE SIDE
It is true that you are not likely to lose your
savings if deposited in any good bank but you
are ABSOLUTELY CERTAIN NOT to lose them
when you deposit where you have the additional
protection of the State Guaranty Law. Such
protection is offered you here.
It is surely "good business" to deposit where
you get absolutely guaranteed protection, in pref
erence to placing money in a bank that guaran
The State Guaranty Law is behind every dollar de
posited in this bank, and when you open an account here,
you are ON THE SAFE SIDE.
WEBSTER COUNTY BANK
RED CLOUD. NEBRASKA
This Is Un fourth week of tho editor's viu-atlou nnd Tin CliU'f
is tills 'ol edited by tliu l-Muciitioniil element. Tin1 .second section
is edited ty Miss llcrtriidc L. Coon, county Miperinteudeiit, mid tier
aide lissistiiuts. The first suction Is handled by Prof. Mori, and his
assistants. Vou will llnd soniu interesting artieles. Uead them.
Next week ThuChiof is oitltud by tliu W. C. 'I'. II.
A Big B
We have decided to offer a real
bargain for Bargain Day, and on
that one day only, Wednesday,
March 19th, we will give one
year's subscription to the Chief
for one dollar. This applies to
new subscribers and those pay
ing in advance only. .'. ,
The Red Cloud Chief
Red Cloud's Leading Newspaper
Weesner, Perry G Company
We offer you through this department the BEST
to be had in groceries. We carry a complete line of
canned goods put up under such well know labels as:
F. F. 0. G. - Punch - Mogul - Yellowstone
We also carry a full line of dried fruits.
In coffee we have the famous
Gold Brand and Golden Sun Brandt
.And in teas we have the
Golden Sun and Maripoia Brands
Our Vegetables and Fruits are always the best
In table Potatoes we have for sale now fancy
Minnesota Rurales at 75c Per Bushel
And for the grower we are offering genuine
Red River Valley Seed at $1.00 Per Bu. in Sack
For Bargain Day. Wednesday, March 19th w? are
offering a regular 0c Can Stanard Corn at 5C limit
ing each customer to 5 Cans.
Weesner, Perry 8 Company
What the Administration Has Done
As Rpring approaches our thoughts naturally revert to things pertaining
to the season, namely, gardening and city polities, and the latter is the theme
of our present thoughts
Our present administration's probationary period as olty dads is about
to expire and it is now time that the public should pass judgement on their
otllcial acts. Has the present administration made good? Has it measured up
to our expectations? Has it kept its promises? Has it been as we had hoped
a business administration? Let us summarize their successes and failures and
let the people sit in judgement.
What the AiaMstratlM Has DtM.
1. Graded the streets and kept them
2. Supplied the city with doccut
water and plenty of it.
3. Employed and retained a com
petent as well as an honest water and
4. Spent 82o00 in making perman
ent improvements at the power house.
r. Put tho water and light plant on
a self supporting bases.
0. Paid all current expenses and
elcaned up .'J50'.) ft! of old city debts.
7. Established a bookkeeping and
iluanelal system that the public rati
understand without the help of a
8. Compels everyone to puy their
light and water rent regardless of age,
sex or political influence.
I). Dares to leave a cash balance In
the treasury at the close of tho ilscal
After careful consideration of all the facts, both pro and cou, we believe
the present administration has fairly won the title of Business Administration,
Whit the AdmlilstratlM Has Net Dene.
1. Did not give us an electric rail
2. Did not give us a sewer system.
3. Did not pave our streets.
4. Did not spend the people's money
digging useless ditches.
5. Failed to discover a remedy for
the horse disease.
0. Hef used to receive the advico and
suggestions of street corner politicians.
7. Have not paid all the debts of
8. Refuses to permit the city clerk
to net as ollioial adviser to the council.
Henry Gllham President of the board who carries the honor gracefully.
Paul Storey; Henry Cook, Geo. Coon Building Committee, will be out of
job when the Lincoln liuildiug sewer system is returned to
Way, the architect.
E. A. Crelghton, T. A. Trumble Finance Committee, are making ends
It. D. Moritz, Chief of the pedagogical police, master of ceremonies and
general utility mau.
Annie L. Richards, head custodian of 183 conundrums.
Leta Lluch, who helps make happy homes and baking powder biscuits.
Webster Ray, a mathematical prodigy who proves to all comers that a
straight line Is usually the shortest distance between two
Josephine Richards, who presides over that department in writing which
none but an expert can read.
Vernon Storey, has charge of the "Has Heen" department and who loves
to entertain her classes with the refrain, "Dcutchlaed,
Deutohland uber alios, uber alles in der Welt."
Nellie Rcece, from whose department the hnm of bugs, the perfume of
roses and the flash of lightning is frequently heard.
Ruth Johnson, tho mender ot cripples and tho maker of pedagogues.
Dry Goods and Grocsrlss jl Ladies' Ready-To-Wasr Garments
I IS3 SSI I
Minnie Christian, Generalissimo of 443 hopefuls. Has plenty of exercise and
7th Grade would make good use of an elevator If oue were Installed.
Elsie Arnold, teaches G3 children, has plenty to do but is willing to do more If
ukii wiuuu necessary.
Clara Burgess, is putting the finishing touches on 43 aspirants to the high
8th Grade to the hltrh selmni.
Katheryne Burke, a veteran In service, who never complains, handles r.7 in her
5th Grade grade and could handle 107 if necessary.
Mary Sheldon, young In service but ripe In experience, who dally watches
u uraae over tho welfare of 32 children.
muei uaroer, wno nnas the days entirely too short, with 47 children
.iruuiaut) reoiiauons. However, she is consoled with the
that the summnr dnvs nr nnmln,.
Alice Coombs, she directs the destinies of 10 and soon will count her time of
2nd Grade service in decades nnt von
Sara Jowell, only C2 to look after, she doesn't mind It because It is ouly a few
.., .u more man nun a Hundred. Hhc won't complain as long as
she can call the mil nil out tiirnni. v,.. .ii ,
rma Richardson, with but 01 children enrolled, to whom she elves dull
Kindergarten assistance putting on and taking off their overshoes and
twice a day identities 350 wraps, she still fluda time to
near iu or 12 classes and between times wash a few faces
and mend a few broken hearts.
J. E. Wagner, the official do, r, me, fa, so, la, se, do, director,' whose coming
the children greet with songs oftweloome. "
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For every month of the year there is a Birthstone
For January, The Garnet
For February, The Amythest
For March, The Bloodstone
For April, The Diamond
For May, The Emerald
For June, The Pearl
For July, The Ruby
For August, The Sardonyx
For September, The Sapphire
For October, The Opal
For November, The Topaz
For December, The Turquoise
WHAT IS YOURS?
For Bargain Day, March 19th, we will
give to every adult visitor to our store
his or hor birthstone. . ,
Remember there is no condition to this
except to come and tell us the month of
your birth. It is free and considered
lucky to wear your birthstone.
E. H. Newhouse
Jeweler & Optometrist
C. B. fc Q. Watch Inspector.
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Bailey & Bailey
Our Spring Stoek
la Here. Call and see it.
Large and Complete
We can fit you in anything.
We have some beauties.
Al. Spiers is Our Expert Shoo
Bailey & Bailey
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