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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1905)
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Alio manunoturars or
J HAIR VIGOR.
CAMPBELL IN THE TOILS.
Well-Known Former 6raln Buyer
Chanted With Embezzle-
C. R. Cumpboll, who for several
ye rs wns the local agont for tho For'
tmsou Elovator Company, was arrested
nl Haiglor, Nob., Sunday by ShorifF
Io Arthur and brought back to Red
Cloud for trial upon tho charge of
having ombex.lod u largo amount of
tho company's funds. It is said Camp
bell's poeulitions will amount to
Campbell was taken before Judge
Koouoy Monday, but his preliminary
hearing was postponed until Thursday.
A f tor a preliminary hearing lasting
all day yesterday and this forenoon
Campbell was hold to tho district
court in the sum of $1000
Charley Campbell's downfall is
liroctly traceablo to tho gambling
houses which have been in operation
iu this city for so long a period, and
inoro particularly to tho "bucket shop"
which was operated openly in tho
Royal Hotol building. Campbell was
working on a small salary, but hid tho
tastes of n millionaire, iu and order to
gratify his taste for boozo and his
passion for gambling ho used his
employers' money to spoculato on tho
board of trado iu tho hopo of winning
But fortune refused to smilo upon
him, and his losses caused him to
resort to heavy drinking and neglect
of business, which finally resulted in
his dischargo from tho sorvices of tho
elevator company last fall In tho
mo ntlmo ho had bocomo cntanglod
with a well-known woman of tho town,
and in company with her ho wont to
llaiglor, whero they took adjoining
claims and lived together, passing
themselves oif as brother and sister.
It is said that pooplo of tho neighbor
hood became awaro of their true rola.
tions and that tho women administered
a flogging to "ltoso" aud warnod hor
to loavo. It is also said that Camp
bell had made throats that if anyone
attempted to arrest him ho would kill
that person. At the timo of his arrest
Campbell had in his home a Winchest
er rillo and otuor llr arms, but ho
offered no resistance when Sheriff Mc
Arthur served tho papers.
Charley Campbell had many friends
'he o and was well liked by all who
were personally acquainted with him,
but his liking lor strong drink com
biued with a passion for gambling aud
tho wiles of an unscrupulous harlot
were his undoing
There had been rumors for a long
timo that ho was short hY his accounts,
hut no ono suspicioued that his short
ages would reach such a largo flguro
Ho was under bond to tho elevator
company, but ono of tho provisions of
tho bond, which was furnished by a
guaranty company, was thai tho comp
any should check up his accounts at
least once each year. This tho com
jmny failed to do aud as a consequence
the elevator company's loss is com-
LIVE STOCK MARKETS AT
THE WECKS TRADE REPORTED BY
'CLAY. ROBINSON A COMPANY,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
OFFIOES AT OHIOAQO, KAN8A8 OITY,
OMAHA, SIOUX OITY. 8T. JOSEPH
Kansas City, April 4. Last wook's
market closed on Saturday with prices
for boef steers 25 conts higher than
tho Mulsh tho wok boforo. Cows
Atid hoifors gained 10 to 15 coats Best
Webster County Union Sabbath School
To bo hold at tho Christian Church, Blue Hill, Thurs
day and Friday, April 27 and 28.
10:00 Acquaintance social
10:30 Prayer aud praiso Msrvieo
B. J Ubes. Christian Church, Blue Hill
10:15 Sunday Schools of Today
.Tamks Saunukks, Elm Creek S S.
11:15 Enrolling and assigning of delegates.
1:00 Executive committeo meeting.
1 :30 Song sorvico.
1:10 Prayer and praiso sorvico, . Rev. Hi'tchins, Cowlos
1:55 Wolcomo greeting . Kkv. Hu.mmkli., Blue Hill
Responding courtesies . Mas. Bautlett, Bladen
2:00 Organized Sunday School Work
Prof. Steidly, Stato Field Secretary, Lincoln
2:20 Paper: Tho Teacher and His Message .
. John McCalmjm, Plainviow S. S.
Discussion . . Mas. W. Bhown, Corners S.S.
2:10 Tho Superintendent and Teacher Problem
A. II Bowman, M. E. S S . Blue Hill
Discussion .... Eckioy S. S.
3:00 Papor: Teaching What It Costs, What It Pays
Jesse Biiooks. Now Virginia
Discussion . . . M. E. S S., Bladen
3:20 How I Conduct Teachers' Meotings
E J. Overino, Congregational S. S , Red Cloud
Discussion . Presbyterian S. S., Bluo Hill
4:00 Primary Hour .....
Miss Haines, Stato Primary Supt, Liucolu
Appointment of committees.
7:00 Song sorvico .... Chorister
7:20 Prayor and praiso sorvico . Rev. Willson, Bladen
Address, "Tho Boy" . Prof Steidly, Lincoln
8:30 Needs of tho Association, L. P. ALniuairr, Rod Cloud
Oireriug for County and Stato work.
8:30 Early morning prayer meeting.
0:00 Song service.
i):15 Demands of tho Now Century on Our S. S
L. E. Humphrey, Stato Statistical Soc'y, Edgar
Discussion .... Delegates
9.30 Round Tablo . . . Prof. Steidly
0:50 Reports of Secretary and Treasurer
10:00 -Sunday Schuol Sanitation, Da Thomas, Red Cloud
Discussion . E. C. Christy-, Guido Rock
10:25 Decision Day, Mrs. Price, Christian S. S., Cowlos
11:00 Partial reports of committees aud miscellaneous
1:00 Exccutivo committeo meeting.
1:30 -Song service.
1:15 Prayor aud praiso sorvico
O. E. Davis, Christian Church, Inavalo
2:00 A Primo and Pressing Need, "Cultivation of
tho Evangelistic Spirit''
Rev. Willauan, Guido Rock
Discussion . . . Oak Creek S. S.
2:30 How to Promote Temporanco in Our Sabbath
Schools . . Rev.. L. E. Humphrey
3:00 Homo department conference, Mrs. Young, Bladen
Memorial service . Mrs. Gather, Five Star S. S.
3:20 Election of ofllcors. Pledge to Stato work.
3:10 Sunday Schools as Viewed by Day Schools
Prof. Moritz, Bluo Hill High School
Oiroring for County and Stato work
1:00 Primary Hour . . . Miss Hainks
7:00 Song service . . . Chorister
7:30 Prayor and praiso sorvico, Rev. Wanner, Bluo Hill
7:15 Final reports of secretary and treasurer, aud
8:00 Report of tho World's Sunday School Conven
tion in Jerusalem . Miss Hainks, Lincoln
Offering for County and Stato work.
stockers and f odors hold unchanged,
whilo common kinds dropped 10 to 15
conts. Receipts of cattle Monday wore
7250. Beef steers wore scarco and tho
market strong to 10 cents higher. Cows
and hoifors wore steady to strong, ox
cope country grades, which wore weak
to 10 conts lower. Stockers and
feeders slow, best kinds soiling steady
and others weak to lower. Recoipts
today wore 7800. Tho proportion of
boef steers was liberal. Tho inquiry
for thoin was good, however, and trad
ing was activo at strong rates. Top
was $0.15, which is tho highest this
year. Cows and lienors wore steady to
strong. Top hoifors bought 35 20,
which is tho highest of tho season.
Bulls wero Mrm. Stockors aud feeders
wero activo and unchanged.
Tho following tablo gives quotations
Extra primo corn-fed steers. .85 40-G 15
Good corn fed steers 5 00-5 40
Ordinary corn fed stoors. . . . 1 75-5 00
Choice corn fed heifers 4 G5-5 15
(iood corn fed heifers 4 25-4 (15
Medium corn fed hoifors. ... 'A 50-4 25
Choice corn fod cows 3 75-4 40
Medium 2 75-3 25
Choice sUirs 4 00-4 85
Choice fed bulls 3 50-4 00
Good 3 00-3M)
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Veal calves 5 CO
Good to choico nativo or
western stockers..". 125-4 80
Fair 3 75-4 00
Good to choico
25 3 75
feeders 4 40-5 00
Fair 3 75-4 40
Good to choice heavy brand
ed horned feedors 3 75-150
Fair 3 50-3 75
Common 3 00-3 50
Good to choice stock hoifors 3 00-3 25
Good to choico stock calves,
stoors 4 50-5 00
Good to choico stock calves,
hoifors 3 25-3 75
Tho week's market closed Saturday
a shade highor than the week boforo
aud 10 to 15 cents higher than tho
J corresponding period a year ago Re
coipts Monday wero G14G aud tho
market fully 5 cents lower. Recoipts
today wero 10,000 and tho market
strong to 5 cents higher. Bulk of sales
wore fronf$5 15 to 5.32; top 9531 H.
Tho sheep aud lamb market closed
tho week on Saturday with values 10
to 20 couts lowor on everything. Re
ceipts Monday wore 3145, tho greator
part of this number being lambs. Tho
demand was good and in spito of
depressing reports from outside mar
kets, trading was aotivo aud pircos
stoaday. Rocoipts today wero 7400.
Trading was rather slow but sheep
remained steady; lambs steady to
10 cents lowor. Wo quote: Choice
lambs, $7.25 to 7,35; choice yearlings,
JO 50 to G.G0; choico wethers, f5 75 to
0 00; choico owes, $5.50 to 5.G0.
WE1KSTER COUNTV STOCK AT KANSAS OITY
Wagoner it Son of Rod Cloud, had
two cars of cattlo hero Tuesday.
Harvey Bros, of Inavalo had a car of
hogs hero Tuesday.
M. B Wagoner of Red Cloud had a
car of cattlo hero Tuesday.
G. Olmstead of Guide Rock had a
car of cattlo hero Tuesday.
Clias. Hunter had a car of hogs hero
Real Estate Transfers.
Transfers for week ending Wednes
day, April 5, furnished by J. H. Bailey
of Wobstor County Abstract company.
Wm. J. Vanco to Ezra II. Jones
e2 block 2 Inavalo, wd S 100
Lottie V Wright et al to Frank
Wholin, o2 nol 8 and 0 wd 2000
Frank Wholin and wife to O B
Wright w2 lot 1 block 10
Guido Rock Cemetery to (Jeorgo
VanWoort lot 2 block 9G in
Ernest A Croighton and wifo to
L H. Blacklodgo u2 20 1-11
L 11 Blacklodgo and wifo to Mary
S Croighton n2 20-1-11 qcd....
Stato of Nob to Amboy Milling
Co lots 1 2 and 8 iu 5-1-10 wd
C B ('roue and wifo to Augusta
SchultK lots 13 to 1G block 15
Red Cloud wd 2250
Emma J Ducker to C L Winfrey
w2 lot4 0 to 12 block 14 Rod
Cloud wd 750
C E Perkins aud wifo to Ira Paul I
lots 1 2 3 12 and 13 block 2
Cowlos wd 75
Jno Duubar and wifo to Goo W
Crow lots 7 8 and 9 block 3
Vanco add to Guido Rock wd 200
Clias H Kaloy and wife 1 1 C R
Bosso wd, soo deed 3000
Clias II Kaloy and wifo to C R
Besso lots 1 to 7 aud 13 to 21
block G and part block 11 K &
J add to Red Cloud 180
C F Gund and wifo to Wm F
Arndt part lots 25 and 20 block
US to J B Wiscarvor sel 20-3-12
ASK FOR THEW AND
TAKE NO OTHER 7AAKE
You may buy a pair of Dutchess Wool
Trousers at $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50,
$4 or $5 and wear them two months.
For every suspender button that comes
off we will pay you ten cents. If they
rip at the waistband we will pay you
fifty cents. If they rip in the seat or
elsewhere we will pay you one dollar
or give you a new pair. . & J fc
Best in tb? World Try ?ut
ML A. Albright,
First duality Goods
Reasonable 3 Prices
Sylvester Imhoff to Win C Me-
Kim oy sw4 19 1 ll wd 1500
Anna B Wasli to Olivo Good lots
5 fl and 7 block 3 Cowles wd ... 95
U S to Dennis McCartney nw4
Philip Fenorsteu to Henry Koch
sol 5-4 12 wd 5100
Ludwig Kloim to Alexander
Koch nw4 17-4-12 wd 5250
The City Electltn.
Following is tho voto cast at tho city
MA TO 11.
and Total. Majority
80 137 0
KOII CITT CI.KUK.
L. II Fort fiC i!3 189 115
II. K. McKarlnnd 32 42 74
J. O. Hutlcr. 95 175 252
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Jompli (Inrbur . X'-l 07 W
COUNCILMAN Ibt WAIU) J
W. 51 Wolfo. (51 23
II. Dledurlch 'M
COUNCILMAN Slid WAIU)
O.. I. Warren n;i &1
miner uouy ;i
I'Oll MKUIIEUH bCUOtl, 1IOA11U
.1. O. Caldwell 80 1C9 219
W. A. Snerwood . 55 102 15U
K. J. OvcrliiR fi3 92 151 C7
J. A. McArtluir.. 35 fi!J 87
Kansas & Nebraska.
I don't ask you to see all
other town agents first and
then drop them cold.
If you choose, see me
FIRST or LAST, and I
think we can deal.
J. H. BAILEY,
RED CLOUD, - - NEBRASKA
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