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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 26, 1905)
"TTtiilti in 'idk.
TWENTY YEARS AGO
Items of Nows Found In The
Chief of Twenty Ycnrs Atfo
J. II. Remsborgis homo from Kan
Ed Parkos found a 9100 draft Ttios
Tho M. E. church has a now pulpit
Andy Moans' now dwolliiiK is '
'I'horo aro sixteen divorco wises on
Frank Spanoglo returned from tlto
west this week '
District court sot Tuesday, Judge
Gitalin on tho bonch.
Prof. EbauKh lias gone to Middle
town, Mo., for a visit.
R M.Shular has bouglit tho Mollor
farm near Hod Cloud
M. Mann of Iowa, will open a groo
ory storo in Hod Cloud
A.T Ornmby will build a dwelling
near Dr. MoKooby's residence.
W. N. Richardson shipped thirty
carloads of fut cuttle this week.
Tho stock for tho building associa
tion is being rapidly subscribed.
Prof. W. O Picking will bo tho next
principal of tho Hod Cloud public
Yoo Lung has routed the building
north of Abo Kaloy's for a "washoo
Ross and Sanford havo secured tho
contract for building the new opera
A. J. Worthington of Iuavalo sold
hl8 trottor to Stroup Rothrook this
week for 700.
Tho public pump near Miner Bros.
btoro has been taken out and tho well
will bo tilled up.
J. II. Fisk has roturuod to Hod
Cloud and will start a chcoso factory
on Hull Crook.
Dr. Damoroll attended the mooting
of tho Stato Medical Society at Graud
Island this week.
14. II. Ambler of Lincoln, former
cashier of tho First National bank,
was in town this week.
Over 350 freight cars woro in tho
yards hero Saturday night and tratllc
was nearly blocked.
The M. E. Ministerial associati n of
tho Hastings district mot in Hod Cloud
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Last Saturday afternoon tho old fair
grounds were sold to J. S. Gilham at
about $50 per aero
Jim Hubbell tied his horse noar tho
elevator tho other day, and when ho
found him ho was up noar Blue Hill.
Ed Bohanau was down from Mc
Cook this week. While horo ho bought
a car of fat steors from Chas. Hunter.
Union memorial services woro held
in tho Baptist church Sunday. Tho
sorvicos woro conducted by Revs
Bean, Springer, McMolkin, Brown and
I. N. Taylor, proprietor of tho Com
mercial House, has returned from a
trip in tho eastern aud southern
Hufus Miksch's houso caught tiro
Friday morning and was saved from
destruction by tho timely arrival of
C. Wiener informs us that tho water
in tho colbir for his now building will
bo removed when It leaks through to
China. Dr. Donnoy will notify us by
cable whon that happens.
Contractor Fitzgerald, with oight
teon cars of grading apparatus, wont
west through Rod Cloud Friday to
Republican t ity, from which point
tho Burlington is building a branch
Judson James Graves is building a
now houso C. Cuttis will build a
now houso on his placo Somo far
mors havo commenced plowimr corn
Wm. Ryan has bought llnlmnn's
timber claim Thomas Ryan is
baching it thoso days
Cowles T. J. Ward is homo from
Hitchcock county, whore ho has a
claim Mr. Wlldor and R. Adam
son aro homo from n trip to Arkansas
C W. Fuller and wifo aro homo
from their trip to Iowa Mlns
Dora Zeiss spout last wook with her
mother, Mrs. Anderson.
Oatherton A harbor Is needed horo
Frank Yotok's brother arrived a
fow days ago from Bohemia Nel
son Bartlott will soon commence tho
erection of a flue new rosidonco
Warren Davis has a now windmill
Mr. OmdorlF was down fiom Wells
this wobk Wm. McDonald wants
a job killing rats.
South Sidk-G W. Shutts is farm
ing four farms on tho south sldo this
spring O. Wickwiro has sold his
farm and will go west Mr.
Kiiohu has tho finest Shorthorn cattle
south of tho river Jones & (loblo
aro sowing 80 acres of millet I).
S. Holvorn has been appointed federal
census enumerator for Lino aud Gar
llold products Constable Win
frey is in our neighborhood this week.
Wk.li.h-W. II. Hoifman went to
Kansas City lift Friday Sam Mil
nor was hero from Hastings to-
day S S Wells has gone to his
timber claim in Kearney county
Chas. Fish has returned from his
trip to Kansas Tho game of base
ball between tho Wells boys and tho
Kearney County Blues resulted in a
victory for tho latter by a score of fi()
to ! Hor.su racing is. tho ordor of
LIVE STOCK MARKETS AT
THE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY, ROBINSON A COMPANY,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
OFFICES AT OHIOAQO, KAN8A8 OITY,
OMAHA, 8IOUX CITY. 8T. JOSEPH
Kansas City, May S.'l. Receipts nf
cattlo for tho first two days this wook
aro i!(),000; last weok, M,i!000; last year,
1M,000. Monday's supply of beef steers
was moderately hoavy but tho demand
was good aud trading activo with
prices mostly strong, although ex
tremes ranged from steady to 10 cents
higher. Tho supply of cows and heif
ers was moderate aud desirable grades
advanced fi to 10 conts; dinners woro
(pilot aud steady. Bulls steady; veals
scarce aud strong There was a lib
eral supply of stocki-rs and feeders
and tho demaud good for best grades.
Common and medium offerings woro
vorj slow and weak. Stock cows and
heifers woro in fair demand and un
changed. Today's run was surprising
ly larpo and included a liberal propor-
f steers. Tho heavy supply
onabk'd buyers to break values 10 to
13 cents as a rule. Very best cows and
hcifons sold weak to 10 cents lower but
vorything declined 10 to 15
Ml grades of bulls dropped 10
to If) cJ
its. Stockors and feedors woro
cents lower on everything
foil bred stock cows.
MondA's hog market was active and
5 to 10 tlpnts higher. Receipts today
woro exceptionally hoavy. Quality of
tho offerings, however was good Tho
market opVnod weak, buyers making a
strong effort to tako off 5 cents, but
steady to 5 conts lower envered tho
extreme sales Bulk of sales woro
from J.r).30 tof 10; top 5.45.
Grass sheep predominated Monday
as has boon tllo aso slnco tho south
westerns have been running. Tho
market for tllem was 10 to 15 conts
lower. Lambs nil account of tho limi
ted number sola steady. Receipts to
day were liberal and again consisted
of southwestern grassors Lambs
held steady hut sheep declined 10 conts
as a rule. We quote: Choico lambs
$G to 0.'.u: choice yearlings, $5.50 to
5 75; choico wethers, $4.73 to 5.00;
choico owes. 81 50 to 4 03 For woolod
stock add 50 cents per cwt.
Decoration Day Program.
Members of tho Grand Army, sold.
I rs of SpanUh-Amorican war, ox
soldi M s and Woman's Rtdiof Corps
will meet at G. A. R hall at 1 o'clock
p. m , Tuesday, May 110.
Lino of march will form on Wobstor
street a 1:110 p. m , commandod by D.
L. G oat, m-trshal of tin day.
Column will man h west on Fourth
avenue to Walnut s ro.i, thence smith
and wost to cemetery, proceodlng in
lino of march through cemotory.
liutatls will ho asMrnsil t.r,uf
commander and president of Relief
Corp to decorato graves of dead com
rades aud members of tho corps.
Following the decora ion of tho
graves tho lino of m. rob will form in
hollow square- at tho monument to
the unknown dead, where tho follow
ing program will be can led out:
Exercises of Relief Corps.
Exercises of G. A. R.
T. n minutes talk- "Tho Unknown
Dead," Rev Bates
Benediction Rov. G. II. Rice.
Column march to speakers' stand.
Flng drill by klndorgarton pupils.
Soiib "My Country Ti3 of Thoo,"
by tho audience. "
Invocation Rov. Davis.
Singing by quartet
Reading list of dead couuados.
Oiation-Kov. Mrs. Pnlllips, Omaha.
Interesting Items Gathered
by uur County Reporters
Mrs. Will Foster visited with Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Gibson spool Sunday
with Charles Buardslco and family.
Mr Houghtaling and ladies visited
with Mr. Shannon and family last Sun
day. John Doyle had a vory sick cow, but
by the aid of Dr. Ashor she is all right
Mr. Fred Wittwer is not improving
so much as her many friends would
wish her to.
Hounio lieardslee has not as yet been
able to catch the j tck nibbit, but is
Quarterly conference has boon de
layed on account of the presiding older
attending general conference
W. li. Shannon reports tho ariival
of a "monster cnlf which weighed tho
whole of 'Jo pounds, but is growing
Rev. Uliiiinpit preached a fine ser
mon to a laigo congregat.ou on Sun
day and gavu a report of the session of
the gem ral conference recently held in
Wo had a titia rain Tuesday night.
Mrs. L uisa Ai!o is on tho sick list
Cora Reed was visiting her parents
Tuesday nip lit.
Mrs. Emma Smith was risking in
lied Cloud tho first of tho woek.
Fred Olmsted has two stray cattlo,
for which ho run find no owner.
Charles Ailes took two hogs town
Tuesday which weighed 770 pounds.
Ira Waponer, who has been attend
ing school at McPherson, Kansa?, is
Mrs. Mayo Ailes went to Red Cloud
Wednesday night to attend the graduat
ing exorcises of the 1005 class of tho
Red Cloud High School.
(Too Lato for La9t Week.)
Jasper Smith was visiting his parents
Leigh Pope was calling on his sister
Mr. Charles Wolf was visiting Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Amuck is on the road to
good health again.
Mrs. Lippincott wat calling on Mrs.
Monger last Sunday.
James Roaucbamp went to Kansas
City Tuesday with a load of fat cattlo.
Mrs. Kate Fisher went to Lincoln
Thursday, where she will take treat
ments. Frank Ailes wrenched his back last
Wednesday, which kept him from
work for a day or two.
A tine rain Wednesday.
John Baker went to Omaha Tuesday.
Stockman Ueiher shipped a car of
Charles Filz was a passenger for
Jake Moure has moved in the Wm.
Mr. and airs. Qainton of Campbell
were in tho city Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ueiher visited at the
homo of Mr. Quit in Sunday.
R. C. Chevalier and wifo were pas
sengers for Omaha Tuesday.
Tod Brewer and family drove to
Cowles Saturday returning Sunday.
Herbert Mi Coy drove down to Red
Cioud Saturday returning Sunday.
Walker Rickerson and wife have
moved intv the living rooms of Wash
Mr. Vondeifuoht and Henry Feis
went west Monday evening to look at
Miss Perkins returned to her homo
Monday, after closing a successful
term of school.
Charles Fit 7. returned to this place
Monday, after spending tho winter in
Mrs. Kyle returned from Hastings
Saturday, after spending three weeks
visiting her daughter.
Mr. Grubb and Mr. Larrick shipped
two enrs of hogs Tuesday. E. Grubb
accompaniud them to St. Joe,
Joe Denton and family and Robert
Denton and family visited at tho home
of their brother, George last Sunday.
L H. Boyd and wifo drove to Red
Your grocer is honest and if ho cares to do so can toll
you that ho knows vory little about tho bulk cofleo ho
sella you. How can ho know, whoro it originally enmo from,
In each package of LION COFFEE you get one full
DOUnd of Puro Coffeo. Insist upon getting tho genuine
(Lion Load on ovory package.)
(BftTO tho Lion-heads for valuable premiumo.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
CLAY, ROBINSON & GO.
STOCK YARDS, KANSAS CITY, MO.
W also have our own houses at
CHICAGO SOUTH OMAHA SIOUX CITY
SOUTH ST. JOSEPH DENVER
Raid our market letter In this paper.
Cloud Sunday and visited .with his
brother, Gooie, returning hoinu M n
Clmrlio Bnyer returned to his home
ut Dewitt Tuesday. Ho has been clerk
ing in J. C. Httrtmau'dstoro since last
Miss Nellie Humbiintjli returned to
her home near lied Cioud Saturday,
after attending school at this place the
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurse iu New York,
discorerod an aromatic pleasant herb
drink for women's ills, called AUS
TRALIAN LEAF. It is tho only cer
tain monthly regulator. Cures female
weaknesses and backache, kidney,
bladder and urinary troubles. At all
druggists or by mail 50 cents Sample
FREE. Address The Mother Gray
Co , LeRoy, N. Y.
An aggregation of Franklin base
ball "kids" came down to Red Cloud
last Saturday for a game with our
boys. The game ended in the fifth
inning with the acore 11 to 1 in favor
of Red Cloud, when Roy Garber "but
ted into" the gamo and wanted to
catch for tho Franklin b ys. Tho Red
Cloud 'kids'' refused to play the
gamo out. Tho contest will bo cm
Untied a week from tomorrow when
our bojs go to Franklin for a game.
Everything is expected to go along
smoothly if Rcy Garber can bo induced
to stay at home.
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
Notice of Application for Saloon
Notice In hereby given that A. I). Orubcn has
filed In tho otllro of ihe countv clerk nf w.ti.
ster county. rebraika. his petition signed by a
Creek precinct pra lug for a saloon HcTise to
bo grant- d by tho board of connnls. loners of
said county, authorizing the salo of malt, splr
Itous and vinous 1'ii'iora In tho town of Itoso.
moot for one jear from aud after Julv l, imr.
Hearing or said ajipllcatiou will bo held at tho
meeting of the board of county couimissloueis
to bo held MonUty .Juno io, qo5,
E. S. Uamjkii, County Clerk.
now it was bionaed or witn wnat
or whon roasted? If you buy your
coffoo looso by tho pouud, how can
you expect purity and uniform quality ?
LION COFFEE, the LEADER OF
ALL PACKAGE COFFEES, Is of
necessity uniform In qualify
strength and flavor. For OVER A
QUARTER OF A CENTURY, LION COFFEE
has been the standard collee In
millions ol homes.
LION COFFEE to carcluHy packed
at our factories, and until opened la
your home, has no chance ol being adul
terated, or ot coming In contact with dust
dirt, germs, or unclean hands.
WOOLSON 8PICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Live Stock To
Write ui for any special Information desired.
RHEUMATISM CURED IN A DAY.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and Neuralgia
radically cures In 1 to a days. Its action upon
the By8tern Is remarkable and mysterious It
removes at once the cause anil the disease tin
mediately disappear. Tho first dose Krentlv
boncflts. 76 cents and ti.OU. Scld'byll.B
OrtPH Druggist. Red Cloud
An Only Daughter
Cured of Consumption
Wtien duHth whh hourlv cxncntpil. nil rotna
dle tnivliiK fulled, and Dr. II. .lames was ex
norlmentliiR with the ninny herbs of Calcutta,
hu accidentally made a preparation which
cured his only child of Coutmtaptlon His child
Is now Iu this country and cnJuvliiK the bust or
health He has proved to the world that Con
Himptlon can lo positively and permanently
cured. The doctor now kIvcs this recipe fret,
only aHlcliiR two 8 cent stamps to pay expenses.
This herb also cures night sweats, nausea at the
stomach, aud will break up a fresh cold '.
twenty four hours. Address CRADDOCK it
CO.. 1UJ2 Race St.. Philadelphia, naming thlit
Notice Is hereby given, that under and by
virtue of an order of salo Issued from tho office
of George W. Hutchison. Cleric of tho District
Court of the Tenth Judicial District, within and
for WebBter county. Nebraska, upon a decree In
aii action pending therein, wherein Harriett A.
Mlllgan Is plaintiff, and against lots numbered
1. 2, 8, 4 and fi of block number 10, In Kaley St
.lacksonN addition to tho town, nowcltv. of
Red Cloud, Nebraska, tho unknown heirs of
Stephen . Coon and Rebecca Coon, deccssed,
Juliu Doe and Mary Roe. reiil numes unknown;
the occupant or said lot. S. O. Dorr and thi
First National Hank of Lincoln. Nebraska do
fendimtH. I shall offor for sale at public vendue,
to the highest bidder for cash Iu hand, at the
east door of the Couit-house. at Red Cloud. In
sohl I Webster county, Nebraska, (and that being"
the building wherein the Inst term of said court,
was holden . on the :11st day of May. A. D.
1005. at to o'clock p. in. of said day. the fo
lowing devcrlbed property, to wit: Lots mini
bered 1.'.'. a. 4 and fi of nlock number 10. In
haley A. Jackson's addition to the town now
city of Red Cloud, Nebraska.
Olven under my hand this fith day of Moy,
A I). 1905
t ii ... ... "I;, A- m:Aiitiiuu. Sheriff.
L. II. Illackledge, Plaintiff's Attorney.
Notice of Publication for Proof of Will.
Stato of Kansas, I In tho Probate Court of
Smith County, f said County.
In tho matter of tho cstato of Nancy Hilton,
,.To 0v?,j? E;,nl!t. 'Julia Myers. Charles E.
Hilton. Ellen M. I.eggett. Ada E. Wolfe. Cora
B. Leonard. Eva Craig and Lola Hilton, minor
her of VUlllum H. Hilton, deceased, known
heirs at law of Nancy Hilton, late of said
county, d.-ceased, and all others concerned:
ou aro horeby notified, that at a regular
term or the Probnto t:ourt of Mniih county.
Kansas, held on the 13th day of Mav. lOOfi. there
was opened and publicly reHd an Instrument of
writing piirportlng to bo tn last will aud testa
mentof Nancy Hilton, lato of said county do.
ceased ; nml you aro further notified that tho
th day of June. i)r,. has been set as the day
fo- final hear tig and proof of said will, at
which time all persons Interested may appear
and show cause why the nuno should not bo
admitted to probate,
KM A.H IIlack.
J""J Probatb Judge.
Order to Show Cause.
IN THE COUNTY COUhT.
Stato of Nebraska, I
Webster County, f
At a county court held at tho conntv court
A00D 1005 H Xr fcU'd comit"' Monday. 'May fi.
In 'tho 'matter of the estate of Henry Whcr
ley, deceased. , '
on reading and filing tho petition of Mary
Liouberger praying that administration of said
cstao may bo granted to Andrew Wherley. ii
administrator. ' "
Ordered, that Tuesday, tho 0th dav or
Juno, A. D liXtt. at 1 o'clock p. m is assigned for
heorlng said petition when all persons Interest.
,lu HAdi ",rtUer "' Hppcar at a county court
to be held iu and for said county and sh w
couso why prayer of petitioner should not be
granted: and that notion of tho pendeiicv ur
mm petition and tho hearing the.oo "bo Ihvii
oh I persons Interested iusald matt-r. by pub
Is hliiK a copy or this order In tho Red cfo id
Chief, a weekly newspaper printed In m 3
county, for hree consecutive weeks prior o
tald day of houriug, ' '
A. II. Kkenky.
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