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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1905)
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of Freeporf, III., and the
have over nine hun
dred policies in force
in Webster County.
Look up your policy
and see me.
O. C. TEEL,
Plumb hns Red Cloud Hour.
Try that calf meal nt Caldwell's.
Go to Fred Plumb's for Hour or feed
Dr. K. A. Thomas, dentist, Dnmeroll
l)i: N. 11 Morrison is in Lincoln this
Dr. Nellie Maurer is in Lincoln this
Charles Schul z was in Guide Rock
Ed Nelson was down from Cowles
Ned Grimes was down from Blue
Anson Garber was up from Guido
R ck Sunday.
The exterior of the Holland house is
Jim Sumner was down from Bloom
Miss Elma Holdrege was down from
I uavale Monday.
Carl Ferguson of Orleans spent Sun
day in Ryd Cloud.
The Chief and the weekly State
Journal, $1 a year.
W. R. Parker was in Riverton the
iirt of the week.
A. T. Walker is having his houso
minted this week.
Mrs. T. C. Hacker wont to Lincoln
Monday for a visit.
Dr. Gardner of Wymoro spent Sun
day in Red Cloud.
Face massage and ladies' shampco
at Hayes' barber shop.
Dan Gather was up from Superior
the first of the weeK.
Mr. and Mrs. George Morhart visited
in Guide Rock Sunday.
Take your poultry and hides to
Piumb. Top prices paid.
W. W. Wiight of Hebron was in
town the tirst of the week.
George Topham of Holdrege is visit
ing relatives in this vicinity.
Mr. and Mrs. Gnorge Garner of Ina
vale were in the city Wednesday.
Salter's Early Six-Weeks seed pota
toes for sale cheap. C. H. Kai.ey.
Clarence Binges?, wife and mother
were down from Riverton Tuesday.
The time owiioujs
be here for you to
plant corn. You will
want the best Lister
to plant with. Get a
You can see the
corn drop. You can
hitch closer to your
Lister. It will pull
.one horse lighter
than others and do
better work, and is
easy to operate.
Come in and see
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To the Public
Having purchased' Chas
Wadoll's meat markot, wo
extend to you a hearty hi
vltatioti visit us and bocomo
bettor acquainted and also,
when looking for good first
class meat, wo ask you to
give us a trial.
We uro satisllod wo oau
wo can pleaso you.
Yours for business,
FEIS & SEARS
Mrs. E. E. Burr and Mrs. A. J.
Hayes woio up Guide Rock Tuesday.
H E Spence and wife of Fail Held
were Red Cloud visitors Wednesday.
Plumb the feed man will pay you the
highest price for poultry, eggs and
Mrs. E J. Duckor is in Grand Island
this week attending the G. A R en
campment. Mrs. Carnahan and daughter of
Riverton were shopping in Rod Cloud
Adair Galusha returned to Lincoln
Monday, after n brief visit with friends
in Red Cloud.
Miss Jossio Ricker departed for Lin
coln last Suurday, where sho will
tii'tke her home.
Dr. E. A. Thomas has been in Lin
coln this week attending the State
"The Wings of the Morning," a now
serial story of fascinating interest, is
b gun in this issue.
A U. Kaloy and wife returned from
Lincoln Siturnday, after a pleasant
visit with relatives.
b. Newhouso went to Grand Island
Tuesday to attend tbo state encamp
ment of the G. A. R.
Mr. and Mrs. A. A Burdick of Alma
wore in the city Thursday on their
way to Smith Centi r.
Joseph Wan on wont to Grand
Island Wednesday to attend tho state
G A. R encampment.
F. E Reynolds, cletk nt Griefs drug
store, lias moved into Win. West's prop
erty in the north part of the city.
Class play May 24th, graduating
exercises May 27th. Tickets on sale at
Grice's drug store, Monday morning.
There will bo a special meeting of
tho board of county commissioners
next Monday to consider bridge mat
ters. Ida, Freda and John Summerholter,
of Steinatior, Nob., are in Red Cloud
visiting with their cousin, Mrs. Mel
Joe Warren, F. N. Richardson and
E. Bobbins attended the district en
campment of tbo G. A. R. at Blooming
Mrs. C. H. Ktlvy and son Charles
depurtod Wednesday morning for an
extended visit with relatives in Lincoln
The State Sunday school convention
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E S PETERSON, fc
will moot In Superior Juno lit, it and
15. Red Cloud will undoubtedly bo
You can now take your annual bath,
Tho tubs nt Manspoaker'a harbor shop
are again in working order.
Don't forgot to insure your property
against tire, lightning and cyclones
with L. H. Fort, agent, Dnmeroll block.
Miss Helen Roby, who has been
visiting in Denver for h couple of
months with relatives returned homo
About llfty witnesses and others from
the vicinity of Rnsoninut were in
town Tuesday for tho preliminary
hearing of Otto Erfman.
Tho district meeting of the Robokahs
which was to have boon hold in Red
Cloud yesterday, was postponed until
next Thursday, May 'Jfith.
Mrs. Win. Duckr and little son re
turned to their homo at Dovil's Lake,
South Dakota, after a two weeks visit
with relatives in Red Cloud.
Mrs. George VauCainp and son and
Mr. and Mrs. O E Hughes arrived in
Red Cloud the tirst onrouto from Den
ver to Hastings, where they will reside
in the future.
"A Debt of Honor," tho beautiful
comedy drama, by homo talent, opera
houso Fiiday evening, Juno 2nd.
Tickets will be on sale May 80th, nt
Grice's drug storo.
Jim Barkhy and Matt Doyle got into
an altercation Siturday night and
Barkloy is now carrying Ins arm in a
sling as tho result of having been hit
with a two-by-four."
Cleanso your system of all impurities
this month. Now is the time to take
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. It
will keep you well all summer. 35
cents. C. L. Cutting.
A gamo of baso ball Sunday between
the "kids" and a scrub toani resulted
in a victory for the former by a scoie
of 12 to 2. Tho boys go to Smith
Center today for a game.
Wny suffer with spiing tiredness,
mean, cross feeling, no strength, no
appetite? Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea will mako your well and keep you
well. 30 cents, tea or tablets.
R B. Payne, formerly of this county,
who has beon teaching at Torcio, Colo ,
for tho past year, will close his school
on tho 20th and he and his wife expoct
to go to Oregon to mako their future
Mrs. Gladys Younkmnn and son re
turned homo to Denver tho tirst of the
week. Ttioy were accompanied by
Mrs. P. Herigstad and children, who
will visit in Dtiiver for a couple of
Tho members of tho Christian Sun
day school gave an ice cream social at
the homo of Mrs. Sophia Graves. Tho
i proceeds amounted to about $15 and
an o'ljojablo ovening was had by all
Al Slaby, Marion Morcor, Roy PholpB
and J. P. Dolanoy wont over to Smith
Contor yesterday toseo Campbell Bros '
circus. They will also witness the
baso ball game today betweon Red
Cloud and Smith Center.
The class sermon will bo preached at
t io Christian church next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock. Preaching also
at 8 p. in. Tho pastor will preach at
Am boy on Saturday night and at
Cowles at 3:30 on Sunday afternoon.
1. L. Minor, who has boon sick for
several months past, departed for Ex
celsior Spiings, Wednesday morning in
h pes of benefiting his health. Ho
was accompanied by bis daughter,
f Our Hoys' Suits
and we know 1 le'll like them.
We Sell No Trash
Good cloth and good making in Hoys' Suits earn
their cost every time.
They cost a little more per Suit, but less per year,
and look better.
Hoys' Suits in Worsteds, Cheviots and Scotches, two
or three piece, $2.00, $2,150 to $6.50.
Our guarantee back of every Suit.
Gouiden-Haley Glothtog Go.
ONE PRICE AND ALWAYS RELIABLE
First door north of PostotTlcc, Red Cloud
Miss It one, and Dr. K. A. Creighton.
All regular sorvicos will ho held nt
the Congregational church on Sunday.
Morning seruon theme: "Kudesh
Barnea;" evening, "A Question of Ex
change." Afternoon mooting at Indian
Creek. Everybody cordially invited.
Tho district convention of tho Re
beknhs will bo hold in Rod Cloud noxt
Thursday. Ufllci M will bo elected in
tho afternoon, and in tho evening at
the Masonic hall, tho degroo team from
the Superior lodge will initiate u class
of about twenty candidates.
Editor Georgo Hawkins of the Times
and S 1). Cholf woro over from Leba
non tho tirst of tho week and made
this otlice a pleasant call. Mr. Cholf
may locate in Rod Cloud mid wns look
ing over the city in an cITort to find a
Tho Juno number of Everybody's
Magazine contains the story of the
tirst great crime of tho copper trust, by
Thomas W. Lawuon. It is a "corker."
Lawson has given a year of his time
and spont nearly 9000,000 in exposing
tho robbing methods of "high finance"
S C. Shuck returned from Auburn,
Neb , Monday, where he had boon set
tling up some matters connected with
tho estate of his father, who died about
six weeks ago. Mr. Shuck reports
that they bad been having some
rather dry weather in that section,
which was relieved by a good rain
The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E.
church will give a basket social at tho
homo of Mr. and Mrs. George Lindsoy
tonight. Ico cream and cake will be
served, as well as free hot coffee. Con.
veynnces will leave from in front of
Albright's music store at about eight
o'clock to accommodato those who
have no conveyances of their own.
Tho new cemont walk in front of the
McGuiro building is a nice one. Mr.
McGuiro believes the city should put
in a cement gutter' along the street,
and is willing to put ono in nt his own
expense if the balance of tho property
owners along that side of tho street
will do tho same. However, if seems a
littlo unrensonaDle that tho property
owners should be required to bear all
tho expense of, putting in the gutter?.
Tuesday, May !10, boing a legal holi
day, it is requested that all business
houses bo closed in tho aftornoon dur
ing tho memorial services ut tho ceme
tery, In order to allow every one to
participate in paying duo respect to
tho nation's defenders who havo
passod away. By order of
C. T. DicKKNhON, Mayor.
Dlllard Bedford a Bankrupt.
Last Saturday, May 1.3, in Omaha
Dillard Bedford, formerly of Rod
Cloud, was adjudgod a bankrupt.
Monday, May !29, has boon sot as tho
day for hearing tho claims of credi
tors. There are a number of judg
ments on fllo in this county against
Bedford, who at ono time was consid
ered to bo quite wealthy.
8 and 16?
If so, we're right after him.
We want to put him inside one
of our Spring Suits, just for a
are nothing short of perfect Suits,
Assessment of Fraternal Orders.
County Assessor Tumor has Issued
tho following notlco to his doputlos:
Red Cloud, Nob. May 15, 1005.
Doar Sir: It is my duty to udviso
you of tho following action of tho
stato board of equalization and assess
ment and has been approved by tho
uttornoy gonoral, which is as follows:
That all proport, money or crodits,
owned or controlled by mutual or
fraternal insurance companies, socio
ties or associations, clubs or lodges,
oxcopt such as uro expressly exempt
by statuto, slinll bo Hstod for taxation.
You will govern yoursolf according
ly mid soo that tho law is complied
with according to the nbovo ruling.
At tho district encampment of tho
U. A. R. hold at Illoomingtou Monday
it was docidod to hold no reunion this
fall. Tho national encampment will
bo hold in Denver this fall and, as
many of the veterans desire to attend
that gathering, it was thought advis
able not to hold tho annual district re
union. Erfman Bound Over.
Otto Erfman, charged with having
shot some horses belonging to Charles
Arnold, was given a preliminary hear
ing Tuesday before Judge Keonoy and
was bound over to the noxt term of
tho district court in the sum of f.00.
Tho shooting is alleged to havo oc
curred on tho 31st of March last.
Real Estate IransTers.
Transfers for week ending Wednes
day, May 17, furnished by J. H. Bailey
of Webster County Abstract company.
C E Perkins Trustee to O W Kal-
oy sol 27-8-10 wd 8 2000
Emma Wehues and husband to
Rosotta Arnold e2 nw4 12-3.10
Emma Wohnes and husband to
Otto Miller w2 nwl 12-3-10 wd 2300
Thomas T Tobtu Chas E Hogato
ot al nwl 30-1 10 wd CG00
Jno R Groonhalgh to C W Kaloy
sol 27-3-10 qcd 1
John B Ely to Chns E Eddy lots
i 5 and G block 12 Vance add to
Guide Rock wd 800
Chas L Lewis and wife to Vera
E Emick s2 nw4 3J5.2-10 wd ....
Oscar Gunnarson ot al to C L
Lewis nwl 2(5-2-10 wd
M H Hornbergor to Edward H
Funko lots 10 and 11 block G
Bohrer add to Blue Hill wd.. .
Elizabeth Bosso and husband to
Molviu and Mary McCord lots'.
12 and 3 block 8 R R' MiY'to "
Rod Cloud wd 2G0
Mary E Smith and husband to "'Jf
James U Overman v2 aol and
o2swl 33-2-11 wd JKXX)
Total . . . , $273fil
Mortgngos tiled 87100
Mortgages released $7500
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