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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1904)
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You can hardly find a home
without its Ayer's incrry
Pectoral. Parents Know wnat
it does for children: breaks
up a cold in a single night,
wards off bronchitis, prevents
pneumonia. Physicians ad
vise parentsto keep it on hand.
"TJifl tient couali mccllclni iiionry cm hT
tlAyer'i Chnrryl'octoral. I'or tlinniiiiiMu:
l.ll.l i ti 1. 1 it. 1 twt.ftltil III) 1)1 tlPf.
JAton HUUU., Saratov. Ind
Ayor'a Pills groatly aid th
doctoral In breaking up
aid the Cherry
BED CLOUD, NEBKASKA.
TUBLISIIED EVERY FRIDAY.
P. C. Piiahes, Editor.
n year II 00
niered at tae pott oQce tt Hod Cloud, Nob.M
PurnUhod on application.
TELEPHONE, SEVEN - TWO
(Concluded from First Pngo )
bcr two pretty little shoit poems, tho
Jlrst "Lifo'H Mirror," antl tho second it
pruyor or plea for the young folks just
entering on tlioir iifo's work.
"Tito Poison of American Life" was
tho subject licutod by Grant Bailey,
valedictorian of tlio class, and was a
vigorous arraiKtimunt of tlio giuiihliii
mania of a largo class of tlio American
people. In conclusion he addressed
words of thankH to the patrons of tho
school and the teachers, and spoke
feelingly of the llnal parting of tho
classmates who hud for ho long been
Following tho valedictory wns a
. sploctlou by tho Red Cloud Mulo
"Quartet, aftor which Supurintundont
Eva J. Case, in n few well chosen
words, through which pooped a spirit
of pride in tho class, presented tho
Mr. Christopher Starko rondored a
violin solo as tho last number on tho
program, and responded to tho liberal
cuooro with another pretty selection.
Rov. Rico of tho Congregation church
pronounced tho benediction, following
.which friends of the graduates niiido
their way to tho stage and extended
Mrs. Oscar Hughes presided at tho
piano during tho class uumbcis, Miss
.Minor accompanied Mr. Starke, and
Miss Cotting played the aecompaui-
Client for Miss Overman's solo.
Tho conventional black suits worn
by tho boys and tho protty gowns worn
by tho girls formed a pleasing picture
on tho stage, which was splendidly set
.oir by bouquets and boutonniores of
tho class flower, tho American Reauty
Tho ontlro cutortalumont was one
of which tho participants have just
..cause to fool proud.
To Mothers In this Town.
Children who ate delicate, feverish
uiidoroas will pal immeitiittu relict
if roin Motln-r (itay's Sweet I'owiIims for
ctiililten They clcutise the stomach,
act on the liver, making a nickly cliilit
strong ami lioulthy. A certain ctito
for woinis. Sold by all driiKgi-tJ. 2."u
-Snniple free. Atlilreh.s, Alloa S Olm
sted, LuUoy, N. Y.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE F0.7
IT IS A MATTER OF HEALTH
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TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of News Found In The
Chief of Twenty Years Ago
Tho U. P. surveyors uro now in Red
Tho opora houso was opeuod to tho
public on Saturday night.
Mrs. L Bradbrook of CSrand Island
Is visiting F. Bradbrook, our photo
grapher. Ilartmitn, tho man who jumpod from
tho train last Wednesday, was taken
to tho homo of his brother, nour
Cathcrton. Ho is reported to bo get
ting along nicely.
M. Ij. Thomas, route agent on tho
Crete and Rod Cloud run, had his
first. o.i erieuco in railway collisions
Tlio skating rink was opened to tlio
public last week.
On Monday the high water washed
out tho south approach to the river
Henry Cook has had his house
Mr Spokeslleld has named his
bakery tho "Homo Bakery."
Mrs F. E. Goblo is visiting in Illi
nois. J. II. Remsborg, wifo, son and
daughter, of Now Moxico, aro visiting
with Mr Bralcolleld's family.
Tho public school closed on Thurs
day. At tho rink Saturday night Mr. Fisk
and Mrs. Bradbrook did some very fine
Wo have had a tromondous fall of
rain this spring
Do not forgot that today is Decora
Rev. .1. M. Bailey of Salem, Kan.,
called tin us Tuesday.
F. Bradbrook has painted his photo
Drayman Barkloy Is building a now
house nour tho cioamery.
On Saturday forty car loads of stock
wore shipped to Chicago by our cattle
Ij II. Rust has started a small fruit
nursery in Red Cloud. He has 10,000
strawberry plants in nice condition.
On last Friday Gates A- Bohiinnn
bought ono of tho (litest beeves from
Mr. Cutlior wo have over seen. Tlio
animal weighed 1,810 pound-..
Tho baseball gaino on last Thursday
aftornooii rosultod in a score of i!(5 to 1
in fa or of Rod Cloud A. L. Funk
acted as umpire and M. S. Marsh as
scorer. In tho Blue Hill team aio
found tho familiar names of J, Burden,
catcher, and C. Robinson, pitchor. In
THE GRHDUHTING')LKSS OF 1904H
ADAIR OALUSHA HOLTON LETSON DWIQHT WILSON ORANT BAILEY LUCIUS FRISDIE
MIRA COOK MARY TEMPLE HELEN OVERMAN JENNIE COTTINO BLANCHE FOSTER MARGARET EVANS
(Photograph by Bradbrook & Schultz, Red Cloud )
tho Red Cloud toum woro C. Piatt,
pitchor; J. J Qarbor second baso; G.
S. Albright, right Hold, and V. Fulton,
shortstop. Piatt and Gorbor ouch
mitdo two baso hits, while Fulton mado
u triple Tho Rod Cloud team set up
tho ico cream to tho visitors and tho
cornet band escorted thorn to tho
Win. Lotson, tho grocer Is tho
liappiost storokoepor in tho city, ami
with a becoming smilo announces to
bis friends that it is a boy, and weighs
thorogtilnr uumbor of pounds It
arrived on Friday. They afterward
named "it" Holtou C. and "It" grattd
ated from the Red Cloud high school
this week. EniToit.
John G. Potter has sold his lot next
to the postolllco, to tho First National
bank, for $1,830, on which they pro
pose to put up a Hue building.
Rev. Q. C. Todd preached his fare
well sermon last Sunday.
Lightning struck A. .1. Tomlinson's
incubator one night last week and
destroyed it, along with ti50 eggs. Ho
will build another ono.
All of tlio business houses close to
day from 1 to 1 on account of the
nioinoi ial services,
A. Morltart camo near winning a
prize for being tho most awkward
skater at the rink.
A very hoavy hail and rain storm
occurred south of tho rivor Sunday.
Bluo Hill Tho measles aro still rag
ing. . . .A new hardware storo Is build
ing on tho south side of Gago street.
. . . .Tho lutubor for tlio M. E church
is now hero.
Cowles Farmers aro not cprito done
planting corn yet.... Win. Howe is
tlds week putting up a windmill for
Joseph Burr... Mrs. D. R Caipontor
of Franklin was hero visiting with her
relatives, tho Peaks and Lattas....T
J. Ward lost a valuable cow on Mon
Inuvulo Crops aro looking well....
Flnley Halo, our wealthy young bache
lor, has a lino herd of cattlo....W J.
Vance still continues to wear his old
clothes, milk cows mid shout for Blaine.
....Tlio McCrary boys have hud somo
posters struck olf and distributed over
tho product, and their business is
increasing rapidly.... Mr. Arneson has
his now house nearly completed....
Charles Hunter has gouo to Kansas
City with two cur loads of hogs.
Real Estate Transfers.
Tiansfoifot week ending Wed
ilny, M ij 25, furnished by J
B uli-y of Webiter County Abst
Chits T Ely and wifo to Raymond
T Ely pt blk 5 Talbots add to
G R wd
C W Scumnioii to Lydia S ICmigli
pt lot 5 'Hid all of 0 blk 8 Smith
& Moors add to R C wd
Johanna Ovcriug and husb to
Samuel A Temple pt su 4 blk 4
La Dues add to R C wd
Sauiuei A Tutuplo and wife to J
W Auld burnt) ptoperiv qcd
Geo W Swigurl anil wife ta Win
Held Scott lots 17 to 20 blk 21
Cluiitiait Knottier to LotiN U
Williams lot 2 blk 1 Sweiys
add to B H wd
J Jacob Kintlsclier and wife to
J J KtutlM'licr t2 a v 1 and s 1
nel i:i2fl wd
Ward II tyes nml wifo to Samuel
Smith lots It) to 21 1)1 1; 5 Smith
& M mi es tidd to K C wd
J It Gifoiihulgh and wife fo M E
church lots 10 11-12 blk 17
Chris Butler ami wifo to Harry
C Fryolots 11 antl 15 blk 10
Guide Kt'itk wd
C E Ferklns Trustee to Louis C
Wilson lots 7-8 ami !) blk 17
Trustee (bit Held Post No 80 to
Christian Russer lot 1 blk 3 R
C E I'lU'kins Trustee to Joshua L
Fuller lot', 9 10 and 4U blk 10
Wm J Alexunilerto John D Chris
man 2 nel 20.2-9 wd 1000
A C Halo et ul to James MGuire
lot 10 blk 4 Red C oud wd 4300
Thoha C Deisley and husb to
Jesso C Must pt nw4 35-2 12 wd 15
James MeGuiro to Henry Wil
liams sw4 24 3 12 wd 4500
Lorin W Mnbin to May L Sabln
i-2 nc4 10-19 qcd 1
State of Nebraska to James A
Hilkey o2 st4 1C 1 0 deed G10
Moitgages tiled $21500
MoriKiigcs releasiMt $10.'I10.
Mrs. Nansneakcr Passes Away.
Mrs. Victor Maiispeaker died Sun
day morning after tin illness of several
months PuiiPitil set vices were held
Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
S phiu (iruvet), conducted by Rov.
Davis of tiie C iiistiuii chtiicli.
Alice (iteer whs born in Seil'ilia, Mo ,
in 1878. She was man led August 21,
190.1, to Victor Manspe.iker, tit Biulder,
Colo. They tesided for a idiort lime in
Denver and Longmout. Colo , and
came to Red Cloud in December, 100.1,
whore Mr. Mmispeaker eng'iged in the
harder business. Mrs. Maiihpoikei's
father, four suters and one hi other,
survive iter. One sister, Miss Lola
Greer of Ivnnsii-Citjyind her father in
law, Dr. W K. M.tnspoaker, of Juniutit,
were ltore fur the funeiul.
In accordance with the laws of the
state of Nebraska and tho proclama
tion of Governor John II. Mickey, I
hereby declare Monday, May P0, to bo
I have bought the entire stock of
the firm of Beckwith, Wescott & Storey
and will be able to take care of my
friends to their entire satisfaction.
Will be pleased to see you in my
As I liuvo purchasod tlio Harring
ton Meat Market, I epect to mako
somo changes to. benefit tho pa
trons, First of till, clean up; good
niouts, good weights and fair tt cat
nient, and I heaitlly solicit your
t ratio. I do not ask for till of it,
but invito you to como in and got
acquainted, and we will do the rest.
Also extend an Invitut ion to bring
in your Eggs, Butter, Chickens,
Hides, Furs uud Fat Stock, for
w hioh wo will pay you cash.
Wo do not run a grocery stoio,
but will endeavor to run a llrst
class market houso. Cull and give
mi at least ono trial.
Yours for businoss,
n legal holiday, and riquest that all
stores bo closed and all business sus
pended from 1 p. m. to 3 p. m , during
the memorial services and tho unveil
ing of tho monument to the unknown
dead, in order that nil may have an
opportunity to participate in the ex
ercises in metnorr of our honored dead.
E. W. Ross, Mayor.
Red Cloud, May 24.
Webster Encampment No. 25, I. O.
O V., elected tho folllowin ofllcor
Chief P ttrinrch Paul Storey.
Smiior Warden Ernest Welscli.
High Priest Wm Rife
Junior Warden N H. Morrison.
Rnpi-osnntativo to Grand Loiigr
E II Newhotie.
Alternate O.C TVol.
Cnnritv lodge No. 58, A. F & A M ,
elected tlio following otlicers last Fri
Worshipful M-ister-L. H. Black
ledgo. Senior Warden H. E Grice.
Junior Warden Geo. Morhart.
SoTftary J. W. Auld.
Tieasurer Wm. Pttrkes.
A spring tonic that cleans and puri
nes and absorbs all the poison from the
system. Hollister's Rocky Mountain
tea will make you well and keep you
well all summer. !I5 cents. Tea or
tab'ets C. L. Cutting..
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R-ead This Carefully
I am making lots of Farm Loans.
There are reasons for this. I can close a
loan for you in three days after taking your
application, for these reasons:
You do not have Jto wait and pay for a
man to examine the land. My company has
oceans of money. You do not wait for them
to sell your loan in New York or London
before getting the cash.
You can Pay Off at Any Time,
without giving a day's notice of your inten
tion so to do. All other companies require
from 30 to 60 days notice ou this point.
I have so many different plans for making
loans that some one is bound to suit. No
one can give better rates.
J. H. BAILEY, Red Cloud.
Worlds Fair Rates.
Tickets to St. Louis uud return, good
all summer, $23.15.
On and aftor April 25, sixty day
ticket, $19 80
On and after April 27, ton-day tickets,
For full information about train ser
vice ask tho ticket agent.
Light harness at Joe Fogel's.
Looking for a Homo?
Then why not keep In view V
thc fact that the
farming lands of
sufficient to support a
Tho Itntnlcrntlnn III WnRtnrn
Cnnad.t durlnc tho past six
years lias been phenomenal.
easily accessible, and othef
lands may bo purchased from
Railway and Land Companies.
Western Canada's uraln lands
produce marvellous crops.whlle
the Rrarlni: lands contain all
tho nutritive qualities for fat
tening cattle and other stock.
MlirkrU, HchnoU, Itallwar
n ml till .ither ronilUlom
muke Weitern Canudu
dealrntile ipot far the home
Write to the Superintendent Ira
mleratlon.Ottawa.Canada.fora descriptive Atlas, and other In-
fnrmntlnn. n n tlin At t lmlw aj-I
IiiiimiiiiiuUi Ul W MIU HU11IUI K.SVI
Canadian Government Akrcnt
W. V. BENNETT,
8oi New York Life Bldg., Omaha, Neb.
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