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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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GATHERED FROM OUR EXCHANGES
ilnVi where lid will n-111 it iii this spring
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nun am i n ruiiiiii
T. K Moad shipped ii coupln (if ears
(if (hi cnii if nis own feeding to tho
Kansas Cit J market Sunday.
D-l Kiiutmui left Sunday for Kansas
Oit , front there Iim intend to go to
ii inborn Nebraska tn Indite.
K Humor returned from Kansas Citv
Wednesday morning, whore ho hiul
been on tint niHik-t with stock.
Mr anil Mrs J Mono loft Tuesday
morning, overland for Wooilrivor,
where they will visit with Mrs. Hose's
I'rof, Hower mill son Ralph left nt
4 o'olock ii in. St'tirday, with n loud of
hogs for their farm noiir Republican
City. Mis. .Bowers mid childroti will
reside on tho fiirm this summer.
"Happy Jack," tho stranger, wns
found drunk, a few hours after bi'ii'K
released, and arrested again. Tho next,
morning ho was escorted to tho town
limit h and Hint n his weary way.
Guv Zleglor and Jim Wibon wont to
Franklin Sunday and returned in a
row boat. Thoy loft ilioro at 10 ft. m
in tho forenoon and had a nico trip a.s
it wa down .stream and easy rowing
Thoy arrived horo at 5 o'clock that
(From the Sentinel.)
8. G. MeMaatur now hat a good p s'.
Hon H8 bookkeeper for the Lour Bench
Lumber Co., of Long Beach Calif.,
and writes that bo is well pleased with
his job and tho country in genet al
L. V. Boss ond family accompanied
by Mrs. W. J. Otidorkirk, expect to
iotvo in a coveied wagon for the
mountains in a few days in tho hopes
of bonolitting tho health of Mr.s. U'iss
Grandma Carpi liter suffered a stroke
of paralysis Sunday and at Hist it wa
thought that she could not possibly te
cover, but at this writing she is consid
orably improved. The eldest daughter,
Mrs. MnttlraCranoof Blooinlield.Ind ,
arrived yesterday and James is on hi
way from California.
I. E. Montgomery has this week pur
chased piae ieally all of llio stoek of
tho Franklin Telephone company
Tho transfer of tho stock will ho com
pleted by tomonow and Mr. Montgom
ery will be elected president of the
company in place of 1 W.Barber, who
will retiie. The now management will
havo control commencing tomorrow,
Hon. II. C. Livengood whs in the city
last Monday night and culled at a plaee
of business less than a block from tho
Sentinel dlluo to botrow a copy of this
great family comforter. Wo will save
him the trouble this week by mailing
him a marked copy and if after reading
his "maiden speech," which wo take
pleasure in reproducing in full, ho do
cides to make this oflico a fiiendly call
wo assure him in advance of a cot dial
and hearty wuleoni".
Ben Sheffield, who has been stopping
in this section of the country for the
past six months, was arrested at the
Franklin house last Saturday night by
Sheriff D. F Walrath of this county on
charge of incest. His family resides
near Black Hiver Falls, Wis , which
place the accused lift a year ago and
since which timo his foiirteen-year-old
daughter has become a mother charg
ing her father with tho awful crime
Henry Al belts from tho northeast
corner of Kiarney county came down
to Franklin Monday and win accom
panied home by his sovonteon-joar old
daughter, who had I eon working at
A. B. Gregory's fur a few riats under
tho namo of Maltha Jacohsou. The
girl had been working at Minden and
was enticed away by her sweetheait
who drove her to Hildieth. His broth
er-in-law brought her to Franklir,
leaving her at Hie Fianklin house.
(From tho Lender )
N Sprinkle and wife aro tho proud
parents of a girl baby, born Monday.
Miss Agnes Warner entertained the
senior class at her homo Tuesday even
ing. Wm Arndt has purchased tho
Sweezy iue business and summer
Misses Kay, Merlo and Ruth Hostotter
wot eat Hildreth Friday assisting in a
A number of tho friends of Roso
Hart mini gave her a surpriso Sunday
in honor of her 18th birthday.
Olto Sn'ffieeans' team ran away
Tuesday, throwing him a.d his son Ed
f ii 'Hi tho huggt. Otto was badly
injured in tho left side and hip.
On IVonday evening smo seventeen
of the friemU of Carl Martin diove out
to his home and gave him a pleasant
surprise in honor of his 17th birthday.
A stranger named S A Locke, who
has been around town fur sevi ral days,
dropped dead on our streets Wednes
day night. Papers found on bis person
showed that ho had a wife at Winside,
(From the Adv cute.)
Clifford Storey receivid a soriou
injury in one wriat ono day this we. k
John Kiikbndu has his new dwelline.
well along toward completion. It will
bo a creoit to the city.
Attorney Miller and J. E. Thompson
were in Miuden the latter pait of st
week on legal business.
J. H. Kling will build two or three
now residences in this city in tho
spring, all of which will be for lent.
Tho Ad02ate roadeis liny coni t
late ihiiiiauivts that Um cdim- will
return in timo to prepaio the next
issue of our paper.
Bonnett Travis was in this city last
Friday circulating a petition calling a
meeting at vraiikltn.ttho i bject of
which will bo to unite theseveial tele
phono systems of the county, that all
patrons may receive better sei vice.
Frank Donovan, A J Ferguson and
other neighbors accompanied lelatives
to Bloomtngton last Tuesday evening
to meet Mr. John Scluiner it nil the
'remains of bis beloved wife on a
roturn from Omaha. Other nlatives
came on No. 15 tho sumo evening to
bestow their last favors to tho deceased
(From the Review.)
J. M. Car nah an shipped two cats of
Rob Watson shipped a oar of cattle
to market Sunday.
H. Vincent returned to his homo in
Red Cloud Wednesday.
Al Holdngt wont to market Monday
with a car ot fat cattle.
J. D. Fulton received, two card of
cattle from the west Saturday.
Dr. Mattesou of Bullinghnm, Wash ,
a pleasant caller at our office one day
Milo Moore ont to Kansas Ciiy Fri-
Jacob Bauer and wife enturtained
about forty of their neighbors and
friends Sunday in honor ot tho christ
ening of their little granddaughter, the
daughter of J. C. Fasler and wife. A
splendid ilinni r and supper was served
and all had a tine time.
(From tho Times.)
After a lingering illness of three
months, accompanied with intense
uain, Grandma McClelland died at, tho
home of her daughter, Mrs. John Allen.
Dr. W. O. Bower was called by
phono one day last week to set a
broken olbow for a live year old boy of
Clint Manchester, who lives just east
of Smith Ciintor.
H rvey Brown brought in ten h ad
of begs Tuesday which averaged 340
pound-. II. received $4 00 per bun
died for them, and as no could not
aff'itd to cany all his money homo, ho
left us a plunk.
Last Sunday a Valuable horsn of N.t
Smith's full into a cistern on tl o faun
that hi recently nought and moved to!
adj lining town on the smith west. By
the timely assisianco of neighbors it
was soon removed, suffering from only
a few bruises and tho oltVot of a cold
Last Thursday Perry Hitor, Ike
Coffey Hnd Mart Carpenter were
arrested by Sheriff Heltenstino on tho
charge of giving Herny Williams, a
minor, whiskey. Carpentei'd and
Coffey's cases were continued until
September term of court and Perry
Hiter's caso sot for today.
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
This is April weather. Rain, snow
and sunshine nil in ono day.
Mr. Hulsebushe's havo a new phone.
Still the good work goes on.
Tho Ladies' Union Aid society mot
with Mrs Ellinger Wednesday aftoi
noon, April Gth,
Mrs. Carmonda and daughter from
Mi Cook ate visiting with her brothels,
Clarence and Chester Cox.
Mr. and Mrs Decker and daughters
Laura and Lacy spent Sunday in
Cowles the guest of John Waller and
Miss Elsie Morse, who is teaching
school west of town, spent Saturday
and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Lucius Frisbio after a week's visit
with his parents and friends at Amboy,
took the train Sunday morning for
Lincoln, where ho goes to attend to
The entertainment and baskot supper
nt tho Amboy school house Friday
evening was well attended. The pro
gram rendered by Um pupils was a per
fect slices, showing tho ability of tho
teacher and the diligenco and perse
veranco of tho pupils. Tho amount re
ceived from the baskets 823, which goes
towards procuring a bell for the school
house, which when completed will bo
highly appreciated by all in tho ntigh
Mr and Mrs. Frank Frisbio enter
tained tho Coliseum club Saturday
evening, and several other young
people. A.nong tho visitors wero tho
Misses Clara Able and Edna Williams
of Red Cloud and Lucius Frisbio
During tho evening several guessing
games wero entered into with zest by
the guests Miss Williams capturing
thopiize. After the contest an excel
lent luncheon was served by Mrs.
Frisbio. The rain pi evented some of
tho members from being present, but
those who attended pionounced Mr.
and Mrs. FiNbie tine entertainers and
they all hope to be again permitted to
onjny their hospitality.
Wednesday evening the Quality club
gave a farewell reception to tho two
Starke brotheis, who will soon leave
for their home in Milwaukee, it being
a surprise Tho club of tlurty-llvo in
number dropped in on the boys un
aware, but in a few moments with their
grace and ease they soon made tho
crowd feel perfectly at homo. The
boys then entertained the crowd with
some tine music on the piano and
violin, which was highly appreciated
by all. The rest of tho evening was
spent playing games and at a late hour
the tables were spioad with tho good
things tho ladies of that club are so
famous for preparing, to which all did
ample justice. At a Into hour the they
took their departure fur homo feeling
it was good to havo been there.
Say Plainly to Your Grocer
That you want LION COFFEE always, and he,
being a squaro man, will not try to Bell you any
thing cIbo. You may not caro for our opinion, but
What About the United Judgment of Millions
of housckeopora who havo UBod LION COFFEE
lor over a quarter of a century ?
Is thero any stronger proof of merit, than tho
Confidence of the People
and ever Increasing popularity?
LION COFFEE Is carefully se
lected at the plantation shipped
direct to our various factories
where It Is skillfully roasted and
carefully packed In sealed pack
agesunlike loose coffee, which
is exposed to germs, dust, in
sects, etc. LION COFFEE reaches
you as pure and clean as when
It left the factory. Sold only In
1 lb. packages.
Lion-head on overy package.
Save these Lion-heads for valuablo premiums.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON 8PI0E CO., Toledo, Ohio.
teuTik $ fir
Consign Your Live Stock To
CLAY, ROBINSON & GO.
STOCK YARDS, KANSAS CITY, MO.
W also have our own housvs at
CHICAGO SOUTH OMAHA SIOUX CITY
SOUTH ST. JOSEPH DENVER
Rud our mirkit Utter In this paper. Write ut for any special Information dailred.
A nice rain last Suturcltty night.
Frank Wolf nuido a business trip to
Hon Ut'Hidslee, who has bepn sick for
quiti) awhile, is up and around again.
Warri'ii Harrington bought two line
cows aid chIvus of Allen Carpenter for
Tho whPHt acreage is short on
account of thu unusually dry weather
Flunk Waif sold his twenty head 'f
yearling stuciB to Hub Henry for S17
Lafe Fiizgeriil t was on the creek last
Saturday finishing the assessment of
Neal Potter, who whs thrown from a
wagon last wtek, breaking bis collar
bone, is slowly improving.
Elmer Ucardslce's now Ik.uso is about
completed and is a nice one. Frank
Hadley of lted Cloud is painting it.
Well, our jlly bachelor has been
married since our last letter, and as he
got a foimer State creek girl we wish
Henry Citrk of Red Cloud, agent for
the Boati ice Creamery Co, is making
three trips a week to this neighborhood
gathering cream. He is one of the
tinest young business men of the town
W II Hilton, who is veiy sick with a
cancer, is home from the hospital at
Lincoln, having received no benefit
from tho doctors thero. Ho will have
a sale of his pergonal pi operty on the
Tho phone line from Woiller to
Spence Potter's is making slow prog
ress. Ulia-j. B.irrett and others west
will connect with our lino at Chailes
were divuppointed Sttbbath
The speaker wi una ln to
Recount of the rain
and Clark Slovens' cross-
Local Grain Market.
(Furnjsbed by J. P.'Uelaney )
Thursday, .April 0.
Whito shelled corn ,i5c
Mixori shelled Corn !'. !'.!', ", hoc
Yellow Corn '
Kar Corn , '.!'!!"
Tit ERR Un't a penny'i difference In ityle
and quality between a ff bat and a
CorJun Hat. You juit lave f,i.
LOTS of the wearers
of Gordon Hats are
recruits from the $ 5 class.
They will tell you that
they can't see why any
one should pay $5 for a
hat while Gordon Hats
sell at $2'
N. S. Macklin is building an addition
on his house.
Dr. Koehler is building an addition
to Ins house.
P. L Warner left Tuesday morning
Mr. and Mrs Sam Hogale are proud
parents of a baby girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lockbart are
tho proud parents of a baby boy.
Mr. and Mrs. Richer visited at the
home ot Mr. Quirin last Sunday.
Miss Frances Householder was a
passenger for Doweesu last Monday
Fred lteed and family wero visiting
with his parents, A. Heed's, last Sun
day. Mr. Lock hart is treating his house
south of the depot to a new coat of
John Krall returned from Beatrice
Saturday, .where he has boon attending
Wayne Heed and family wore visit
ing al tho home of J. W. Davis last
Alfred and Hank Coolson visited
with Fay Arneson last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sutton spent last
Sunday with Warren Sutton and family.
The Sabbath school at No. 3 will bold
Easter oxerc'ses in the afternoon at
half past two.
Clarence Kizor and Mr. Walters are
at Tom Jones' busily ongagetl building
a large addition to his house.
The congregation at the school bouse
Notice to Creditors.
IN THE COUNTY COUKT.
State of Nehrflxkn, I
webntcr County, f
In the matter of tho estates of Thomas VV.
Notice Ik hereby Riven to all pcrotiK IihvImk
clnlniH and demands aualuM Thomas W How
ard, late of W'hster county. derennel. that the
time fixed fur Mine claims Healnt said estate 1
hIx months from the 14th day or Ajnl, 1005.
All such t'ermiiH nre required to present their
claims with the viinchers.to tho Ounty Midenf
snld county, ui his ofllce therein, on or before
the 14th day of October. 1905; and nil claims
so tiled will be heard before the said judge on
the 16th day of October. 1005, ut one o'clock p.
m.;and that tho adrrlnltrator Is allowed one
year from the 2 tit dxy of March. 10n0. u whlclt
to pay the debts allowed against said estate, and
settle the same.
1bal A II. Keknkv.
aprl5 Count) .Midge.
Notice to Brid&e Builders and Con
Sealed bids will be received at the office of
ine county uierk or webst-r County. Nebrasi a,
up to l o'clock noon, -aturday, April 20th,
1005. for the erection of one two span steel
bridge, spans to bt'.M feet each, to be set on
steel Ickn. legs to be 1.1 ftei In length and set In
one steel bridge. 48 foot span, set on Hi Inch
tub.-H. 24 feel In leiiLlh piling to be driven In
tubes and filled with coucn to. tho couti'v to
furnish stringers and flour for the Ust uann'd
Bidders to furnish plans and specifications.
All bids to be accompanied by ccr.lfltd check
of Hi 0.
Tho Hoard f Count) Commissioner reserve
the mdit to reject any and all bids. 11) order
of Uoard of Countv Commissioners.
, . K.S.OAKHKH. county clerk.
Ited Cloud, Neb , March 23, 1905. ap21
Application for License.
Notice Is hereby ulved that a petition signed
by thirty or more resident freeholders ot 1 lie
K'rst ward or tho cll of Ited t loud. l.raaka.
has been tiled with theclt clerk of said clt nf
Ited Cloud pnulng tnt 11 license bo granted' ny
ttit city council of said clt to Job 11 I'olnuky
for the salo of malt, spirltous and vinous In.
uors on lot five (5) bloc thlrt.ono (31). of tho
original town, now cliy..f Ktd CI ud, Nebras
ka. That action will hi taken on salu petition
by the major and city council on theftl da of
May. 1005, or at the first meeting or the conn. II
. I'. H Foiit. City lerk.
Dated at Ited Cloud. Nebraska, thisttli d of
Application for License.
Notice Is hereby given that a petition signed
by thirty or moro ieldent freeholders nf the
Second ward of the city of Ited Cloud, Nobmn
ka. has been filed with the city clerk of said
city of Ited Cloud, prajlinf that a license be
Kranted bv the cltr n imelt r cni.i u.. n
Charles V. Uustieo for the sale of malt, spirit-
Alia utut ifltirvi.Li llmmKb n la .. t . .
(l). VMIllams' addition to tho city of Ited Cloud.
Nebraska. That action Mill be taken on said
petit on by the ma or and ilty council on the
3d da) of May. 11)05. or at thu first meeting of
tbe council thereatter,
AprM905 Red Cl0UC,, N'"br"k"',,l'M day 'of
AptXkatlMi for Ltceasc.
Notice ! hereby gUtii that a petition eigne!'
by thirty or more resident freeholders of the
Second ward of the city uf ed Cloud, Nebre
ka, has been filed with tho city clerk of shM
city of Ited Cloud, ra)lug that a license '
granted by the rlt council of said city to K. n"
Matidev lie for the idle or malt, spirltous and.
vinous liquors on lot three (3). block one in
Williams' addition to the c ty' of Ited Clo ill'
NebraHka. That Hctlotrwlll to taken on said
petition by the nv-yor and city council on th
id day or W 10.. or at (hi 'Vm "S m ot
tho council therenrter. '
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