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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1904)
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VOLUME XX XII.
RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA. SKL'TISMBISli, 2i UKM.
Miner Brothers. )
German China given for Cash or Produce Purchases. The finest
Premium ever offered in the city. Every customer of the store de
rives the benefit, limited only by the amount of your purchases.
attended tin I'.ihtlmvaitu sale Tuesday.
ShiihuI Hliiliiir.Uciii hits returned
from Sheridan county, Kansas, whoro
he went to look for 11 locution. Mo re
ports crops not very good ' hoiiiu
places out thoro.
Willlniii King, from near Lawrence,
tins liei'ii tluccli 114 In litis neighbor
hood for tho pu week.
Mr. Il.11 tlu'inii! h tin been looking for
h location near Guide lately, no rumor
Tho little child of John Gold.m ban
been i 11 lit) Hiuk for tint past week.
("has Coding, modiolno 7 iO
Htntu .Intiriinl Co.,filloo BiippHcB 84 CO
.1 U I'arr, work court houso.... 1 00
(Jot) W IlUtclliBOtl, OlIlCU OXp'K U 00
Nebraska liiNtltutu for Ulliul,
euro for poor f OS
.1 O Hutlor, HiipplloB for poor.- 15 f)C
Cowdon Kttluy Co., sun. poor.. 3 2
B M (lard, work court, honor. .. 8 HR
ilntiimoiul & Stephens Co., su
perintendent's supplies U 11.
W Sshbv, supplies treasurer 3 00
S W Fon, deputy sheriff" 4 (X
John Foster, janitor work 27 (X
J U Wilt son. building brfifgm.
Tom Jones, building bridife. . . .
1.1 M KIiikiiI.I liiillillnu lii-l,hn
Seedling pinches aro lontiful and' ? Coulson, building bridge.
T N lilnnn, minding iirlilgo....
VS Hall, liiillilliiir bridge.
3 sizes Plates, 5 1-2,
6 1-2 and 7 1-2 inch
Gravy Boat and Stand
Sugar and Creamer,
The range of pieces included in this offer will enable you to secure
a Dinner Set with Cash and Produce trade.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County R-oporters
KverytliitiR prosperous i" r part.
Corn is surely better tliuii for yeim.
Threshing is not nil done yet, but
will bo in the neur future.
Everybody lias plenty of fruit for
their own usn.
Win. II- Kosencrans of Hockfonl, M.,
formerly of our creek, N here-on n visit
He values his farm ttt 1500 more' than
he did when ho tented it.
Mr. and Mrs. C ark Stevens have gone
to Indiana on a visit and expect to be
absent about a month.
A. II. Cnrpenteris bomu again.
Mrs. Allen Cirpentor and liit'e
daughter have been on the sick list,
but are up und around again,
Qnlv a few days ago ijuito a herd of
real estate men cume to 'lied Cloud
and.anout the rhiuo tinio there was
about tho same kiul of a mob at Smith
Wrf'arkor and family of KmI Cloud
Vjgiteti on our creek a few days ngr.
He says the tight of S"iivner's urchin d
well repaid him for his trip,
Miss Nullio Williams returned at
uiduy from Cambridge., where slio has
been visiting her brother, Clyde Wil
liams. ,T io Denton and wife of IJine Hill
were in the city Wednesday.
Mrs. Win (iriniiis of Hum Hill at
tended the fuiii'ial of M-'-. Ilyhon.
(tillim t Heed of Illinois is visiting his
brothers, Aland Wash Reed,
Outer Houshong of Campbell was in
this city Wednesday.
Mr. and Mr. Spoors aro vhiting
friends and relatives hfn
Mr. Collutto'-j family arrived here
last Siturday and have moved into the
Mrs. G.orge Ityben died last Sunday
in Lincoln, where she had gnno for
medical treatment. Her remains were
brought here Mmday and fnneral ser
vices were hold Wednesday morning at
the Diptht church, conducted by Hev.
White. Tho remains were taken to
Iowa, where they were laid to res by
hor relatives. Mrs. Uybon leaves a
husband and one son, three brothers
and two sistors and a host of fi lends to
mourn her losf. She was a mi tuber of
tho Degree of Honor of liladon.
Minor Doyle and family of Campbell
vUitod at the home of Julius Horn this
John Baker drove dowu to Cowles
Saturday and was accompanied by Kd
Mrs. Hunt cnniu down from IIol
drigH Tuesday morning to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Hyuen.
Eli Cox is having a now well put
down on his place south of town.
In again after a long absence.
John Frnzler is erecting a barn.
Clare Fair is busy putting up his hay
Tho danco at John D lyle's new barn
was well attended and everybody had a
The beans aro getting ripo.
George Heardslee and F. Slnby shell
ed corn Monday.
Harm Hartman and wife spent Situr
day and Sunday with John Frazier and
Will Hicks and wife of Lebanon
spent Sunday with homo folks.
Miss Minnie lloardsleo is staying
with Mrs. Forgy while Mr. Forgy is at
tho World's fair.
Horn, Saturday, to Mr. and Mrc Guy
Merrill, a daughter.
Cliarley Heardslee has laid tho foun
dation for Fra.iet's new baru,
Mr. Dillon of North liranch spent
Sunday with Mr. Doylo.
Lawio ice Doyle is (Mining a lino
span of trotler'd fur trick work.
Will Tnnqnino of Bloomiifgton spent
Sunday with lien Gibson.
Miles D-ifin spent Sunday with
I'otry Heardslee, Mr. Forgy, Gus and
Henry Nyberg arcattending the Worlds
Hut ly Starr, who has been sick, was
ubioto commenco his Hchool Monday.
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs
Charlo Frazier died Tuesdav and was
buried Wednesday in tho Webb Mill
Will Hilton is putting in wheat.
Clarence Heardslee is taking in the
Mt Smith had a horse dangorously
injured by Jumping iuto the ruuning
gears of a wagon.
Lew Clapp of Hud Cloud spont Sun
day at Uon Gibson's.
Mrs. Collins is on the sick list.
Will Finney shelled orn hut
Ethel Albln bogan to idling in
trict No. !i5 last Monday.
A little son is reported at tho homo
of Mr. and Mrs. Miller, on the Waller
A number of Stillwater peoplo at
tended the I'ostlowaito sale Tuosday.
Cbas. and Walter Hogato of lilndon
mriltliun adjourned tho hearing to unk liuirer, road work
tnlmr i .i i .. . ' lj 'Iglor, road work I
.tobor at 1 p. in. Auhteii-Westorn Co., road imp's 71
cheap, tuouidi ipiitu Miiall.
Mrs. Tiiomiix Killough and little child
who iihvu lie in iputu siox, me reporti d
to be locoiM-ring.
C.C. Christy and family of Guide
Unci; yuio viMtoiH at lim homo of
(tiiuidma Kchiiidson Sunday ;ttter
noon. Commissioners' Proceecdlnis.
Kopteinber Io Hoard met p.irMinnt
Hearing on petition for and remon
strance against road on half sei'tion
lino in rcctinn '.Ml, township -I, rango !,
tho same being north of Uosemont. A
number of witnesses wore examined
on both sides of the iU st ion und tliu
Hoard then adjourned to September
1(5, at l:U0p. in.
September 1(5 -Hoard met pursuant
Frank Kuehu was appointed county
surveyor and his bund approved.
All bids for furnishing and building
bridges, as advirtisod for, wore r
jectcd. Tho board then adjourned sine dio
'J ho following claims wore allowed
and warrants ordered drawn on tho
Dr. Ilainos, corner Thompson
ciiM) f 10 00
Dr. Haines, mod. scrvl os poor 10 00
F H Gorlaeh, commissioner. . . . ,'M) 10
Jas Witt, caring for poor 0 08
A II Heeney, court foes anil or
flee expenses 17 .'15
E U Overman, ofllco rent 15 00
Henry Coow, medicine for poor 27 .'15
J A McArtliur, court, fees ana
otllco expenses. '.V2 00
C II Wilson, services eomtn'r.. '2.1 10
Hnbt Damerell, mod. services. . Wl 00
W Hichnrd, services conunV.. 27 00
Chief Publishing Co , printing I 50
J Fogoi, services commissioner 51) 10
J Fogel, care for poor 10 00
W H Anderson, services comm'r 27 50
HeiKle A- (Jrltletli, miNe poor.. 2 50
J P Hale, printing l.'l .'15
F. F. Harvey, building bridgo. ..-
(iiiiiit. lloucliiu, hriilgo work,..
John Wulz, bridge work
Henry Arendts, bridbo work...
John Towlu, bridge work Zl 10
,Ii-so Harlow, bridge work....
Pope Hi os , hard ur--
A ('I Harris, bridge work
H K llnriingtoii, bridge work..
.1 I'. Fox, bridge work
.1 M Kiiicnid, bridge work
I) A Hnaui'hamp, bridge work..
Win Wolfo, bridge work
I'iiigfiioMulth, bridge work....
Win Iron, bridge work
Wm Sullivan, bridge material.
Young Phulps, road work
Chas Xalmnii, road work
J M Ogir,road work.,
Real Estate Iransfers,
Tiansfors for week ending Wednes
day, Sept. 21, furnished by J. It.
Uiilcy of Webster County Abstract
C, H & U K It Co to Wallace A
Mny nard, wd, sc4 38-1 11
C, H &. Q K H Cj to Ciarism M
May nard, wd, sw4 33-1-11
Edith A II Hrown to Hugh Crilly
wd, !!nw4 20 4-12
Jo.sepli PiBliby and wife to C K
Hicks, wd, lotO blk $ Hladen
Lincoln LnnU Co to C E Hicks,
wd, lots I and 0 blk 1, lat ailil
Lincoln Land Co to G E Hicks,
wd, lots 1 and 2 bile 8, Hlade
Lafe Nelscu and wifo to Godfrey
Moniii, wil, ne4 11-2 9.
State of Nebraska to Goo Srnb,
deod, uw4 80 4 10 .'....
Lincoln Land Co to trustees
Hiptist church, Hladen
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With least labor and trouble It makes
hot-breads, biscuit and cake of finest
flavor, light, .sweet, appetizing and
assuredly digestible and wholesome
Mortgages (lied 83ri50.
Mortgages released 8.1GG0.
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