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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (June 23, 1905)
Say Plainly to Your Grocer
That you want LION COFFEE always, and ho,
l,oi!igaHqunroinan,vrffl not try to Bollypu any
thing oIho. You may not euro for our opinion, but
What About the United Judgment of Millions
of houBokoopom who havo uaod LION COFFEE
ior over a quarter of a century r
la thoro any stronger proof of tncrit, than tho
Conlidence ol me reopie
and ever Incrcaslnn popularity?
LION COFFEE Iscarclully se-
"$vRV Icclcd at the plantation, shipped
direct to our various iuciona,
where It Is skllllully roasted and
carclully packed In scaled pack-aflcs-unlllte
loose collce, which
Is exposed to flcrms, dust, In
sects, etc. UONCOFFEErcnehcs
you a pure and clean as when
It Iclt the factory. Sold only In
1 lb. packages.
Lion-head on ovory pnel'iigo.
Savo thcHO Lion-headH for valuablo premiums.
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
V00L30N SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Mih. J. W. Saladon and Mrs. Ida Wil
Hfin woro guests of Mr. mill Mrs. Clias.
Friday night Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Frlshio celebrated thoir tuntli wedding
anniversary and in honor of tho occa
sion invited about forty of their
friundH in to spend tlio evening. Tlio
wcHonti they received were tin, niukol
mid granite, and tho games played
were composed of words beginning
Willi tlio words tin and ten. Tho
prizes Riven in tho guessing contests
wcto tin. All of the entertainment
was appropriate for tho oectision, and
dainty refreshments wero served in
two course?, and at a lalo hour all re
turned to their homo wishing Mr. and
Mrs. Frisbio many more happy wed
ding anniversaries. Tho only out-of-town
guest present was Mrs. Robert
Melirido of lied Cloud.
Mrs. Vanl'atton midcliildniii of lied
Cloud nro visiting at tl homo of her
mother, Mrs. Hodgers.
Charlie MoClintoc, who has bom
visiting his parents, for some time,
returned to his work it tho south last
Klinor Ibirvoy went to Kansas City
Sunday wiih two cam of fat hogs.
Adam Miller went with him. They
returned Tuesday, llarvoy having pur
chased two cars of stojk steers.
Norway in declaring her independence
will not result m any warlike disturb
ances that will involve these good
Tho Norweignns and Swedes in Min
nesota are numerous. Tho Times
wishes for lh" sako of peaco that be
ween thes two nations, so closely al
lied, there will never bo a serious mis
LIVE STOCK MARKETS AT
THE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY, ROBINSON & COMPANY,
LIVE STOCK COMMISSION
Interesting Items Gathered
by Our County Reporters
S line of those that took advantage
of the cheap rates Saturday, wore, Mr
and Mrs. Joe Krall, C. W. McDonald
and son, Miss Ituth Householder, Eli
Cox, Kruust McCord and (ioorgd Sol
A big rain again Tuesday night.
Mrs. Dr. Koehler is reported some
1). II. Clark of Campbell was in town
J. L. (it'll ndstafT drove to Kod Cloud
Harris Eck of Beatrice was in this
Wash Keed made a business trip to
Eruest Heed visited at the homo of
H. B lioyd Sunday.
Mr. Marshall and family havo
moved to Lawrence.
L. C. Cutter is having his bouse
treated to a new coat of paint.
Byt'd Kylo has moved in vlho Lock
bar t pioperty south of the depot.
Mr. Henry and sister of Ohio aro
visiting at tho home of Dr. Koehler.
Mrs. Covalt of Alliance is visiting-
hur brother, Dr. Koehler, at this place.
Bert McCoy ami his best girl drove
Corn looks well in this section.
Another lino ram visited this section
Mrs. Chin. Oglovio is on tho sick list
George Albin was on tlio creek Tues
day. Ed Cox is putting up his alfalfa hay
Merle Smith was visiting at Guide
Hock last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A..I. Bragg ontei t lined
The wind last Thursday blow several
windmills to pieces.
C. L. Lewis and wifo of Lester woro
visiting at C. W. Fr ink's Sunday.
Mrs. Oscar Monia and daughter vis
ited at Guide Hock one day last week.
Oscar M'iniA and family visited with
MtH. Moma's brother, H s West, last
Charlie Guy and wifo of Guide Hock
were visiting Andy Guy and family
Mrs. J. W. Saladon undsistordn-Iaw,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell
a daughter, June 11th.
Mr Hnlmmm of Lincoln has been
visiting with T. F. Jones.
Mr. Farnham and his son Harvey
have gone to Kansas City with a car
load each of fat cattle and hogs.
A number of fai mors have finished
cultivating their corn for the lirst time
and aro busy putting up alfalfa, which
is a heavy crop.
J. C. Holcomb spent last Sunday in
Kansa". Ho reports green peas ami
fried chicken over in that neighborhood
Frank Vandyke was very seriously
injured while assisting about puttting
up i hay stacker. One of the poles fell
sti iking him on tho head so severely
that lie was unconscious for a number
OFFICES AT OHICAQO. KAN8A8 CITY,
OMAHA, SIOUX OITY. BT. JOSEPH
Kvnsas City, June 'JO. Receipts of
cattle thus far 1 his week are llJ.fiOO;
last week K5,:jiK); last year, ir,100
Monday's market wa. quiet but gen-
I orally steady except at tho o1om when
weak to 10 font-, lower rates prevailed.
Today's .supply of beef steers was lib
eral and the market about as slow as
it i ver gets with values anywhere
from 10 to :i cents lower. Best cows
and heifers sold steady to 10 co ts
lower; plain kinds dull and l." to 2")
cents oil". Bulls wero dull Veals
dropped '-Ti cents Hoavy feeders
wore uncertainly lower, stockers
steady to 10 cents low. r, stock she
stuff 15 to '2." cents lower.
Heceipts of hogs this week aro
28,C)0n; lust week, 'J.V200; hist year,
1(5.800. Monday's market was 2 J. to 5
cents lower and today mostly 5 cents
lower. Bulk of sales woro from $.".20
Kei ( i.ofn, Juno 1!.
Board of county commissioners met
in tegular session. Members present,
Gerlach, Sawyer, Kogol and Richard.
Board adjourned to meet June 20.
Juno 20, 15)0.").
Board met pursuant to adjourn
Tho portion for A. I"). Gruber for a
license to sell intoxicating liquors in
tho village of RoMMiiont was granted.
The following ollicial bonds wore
approved: W A. Bomiell, O II R I
2-2; James Buckels, O II 11 D ; Ellas
lioekluii'M) II R I) :iS.
The county treasurer was author
ized and instructed to strike from the
tax list 'he taxes levied against Albert
Lathrop for the year 1JM1.
Board adjourned to meet at call of
Hern Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a nurse in Xew York
discovered an aromatic pleasant hoi b
drink for women's ills, called AUS
TRALIAN LEAR 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 Tho Mother Gray
Co.LoRoy, N. Y.
Wo had a lino rain last Tuesday
Miss Myrtle Smith was visiting with
hor sister in Hud Cloud this week.
Heceipts of sheep this weok aro
12,700; last weok 8000; last year, 0800.
Monday's market was 10 to 25 cents
lower and today steady on best; others
10 cents lower. Wo quote choice
lambs, $0.75 to (5.90; choico yearlings,
ni,,i'nnn,1ndConiHeedwerovisitinePBr.5()to5 00; choice wo-tiers, MW to
with N. L. D. Smith last Thursday.
Mrs. Kate Fisher returned from Lin
coin last week much improved in
Josso Wagoner was buying turnituro
last Thursday with which to furnish
his new homo.
N. B. Wagonor purchased tho old
Bryant farm last week from M. R.
Bontloy, paying for it 23,200 in cash.
1.80; choico owos, $1 25 to i 50
To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Tak'. Laxathc Bromo Quinine tab
lots. All druggists refund tho money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's signa-
luio is on each box. 25c.
uun niuoiiv nun urn uboi uiii iuoi. , . . t n itr
, . i . i . Mrs. Carpenter, wero guests of C. W.
down to C iwlos Saturday returning ,.,,., , ., ,
qmill,.w ' 1 link's last Saturday.
Miss Nellie Williams is spending tho
week with her aisle', Mrs. D. II Clark
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Boyd and daugh
ter, Opal, drove to Hull Cloud Sunday,
Miss Walburn n turned to her homo
Tuesday, after spending a week at the
homo of J. W. Mi Coy.
Mrs. Dr C. Wegnian and daughters
of Blue Hill was visiting Dr. Win. Weg
man of ttiis ity Tuesday.
Mr Quinton of Campbull was in thw
city Monday at the homo of his daugh
ter, Mrs. H. C. Chevalier.
Mrs. .Ciurio Adams and daughter of
Hastings aro visiting at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Wash Hoed.
Mrs. Gooi go Newhouso and children
returned to Hod Cloud Sunday, after
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Wash Heed at this plnce.
Miss Penrl limes dined with Miss
Maudo Miller Sunday.
Sid Spracher was in our vicinity
Wednesday on business.
Mrs. Allon Carpenter returned homo
Tuesday, after a week's visit witli hor
Miss Elba Holcomb was visiting rela
tives and friends horo Sunday and
I Prisbio has been very sick, but we
aro glad to say that ho Is slowly im
Mr. and Mrs. L. Berglbdd spoilt Sun
day with hor parents, Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Mutt Dunn returned homo
Monday from Oregon, where she wont
to get hor brotnor's children.
Mr. and Mrs. A II. Saladon, Mr. and
Mrs. J. U. Meyers wont to Ked Cloud
Tho musical at Mr. Olmstoad's was
II. DeBrunnor made a trip to Camp
Henry Steifol attended the ball game
M'ss Frances DeBrunnor was in
Mrs. Palmer and son Hoy of Hud
Cloud wero visiting at Elmer Harvey's
i Tho ice cream social at Mr. Lancas
ter's Tuesday evening was quito'woll
Tho now bride and groom aro com
fortably located and oniovinir thoir
Nearly all tho men woro delayed
in putting up thoir alfalfa on account
of tho heavy rains.
Goo. DeBrunnor, who a short time
ago was injured in a saw mill, is able
to be at work again.
Tho party at Mr. Kelly's Friday
ovoning was a success. Reports of a
good timo are abroad.
Otto Skjolvor sends us tho following
editorial clipping from tho Minne
apolis Times, with a request to publish
it a request which wo aro ploasod to
comply with owing to tho fact there is
quite a colony of Norwegians in this
President Roosovolt gave tho Nor
wegian singers a cordial welcome at
tho W.hito House yesterday and lis
toned to thoir singing, in thoir mother
tonuuo and in Enelish Ho also told
thorn of his iutorost in tho lore of thoir
nation and induced laughter when he
explaiuod that ho was but a poor por
formor on tho skis.
But tho national executive voiced
another sentiment when ho hoped
"moro Norwegians would come to this
country and bocomo citizens." We of
Minnesota know that thoso who come
to our stato from the north land aro
among our host citizens; that thoy aro
peaceful, law abiding, home-loving in
dustrious men and women. '1 bat thoy
aro over proud to bocomo citizens of
this irreat ronublic. and that, while ro-
taiuitnr a kindly snot for tho father
land, thoy aro loyal to thoir adopted
country. Minnesota wants moro of
them also. Thoy havo mado tho wato
places on our fortilo acroi produco
homos and a gonorous living, thoy be
lieve in good govonnont and havo a
wholesome regard for the law of tho
Because wo valuo highly our friends
from the groat north poninBiila, wo
J hope all tho moro that tho action of
ItllEUMATISM cUItKI) IN A DAY.
Mystic Cure for KheumntNin nnd Netirnlgln.
radically cures In 1 to .'Idiys. Its notion upoi
tho system In remarkable nml mysterious It
removes at onco the causo mid tlio disease tin
mediately disappears. The ilrsl dose grcutiv
bonelits.' 7ft cents nnd i 00. held by H. K
Grico Druggist. Ked Cloud
Annual Estimate of Expenses and Re
port of Revenue Received.
The following In the annual estimate of ox
peases, of th probable amount of money nee
essary for nil purposes to he raised In the cily
of Ked Cloud. Nebraska, during tho ensuing
fiscnl voar. to-wlt:
ForotUccrH' salaries liftft)
For streets and alleys lftoo
s'or costs and expenses of litigation DIM)
For (.applies and printing ton
For maintenance and care of water works !ii IK)
for Interest on water bonils luoo
ForlntoreBt on electric light bonds y.O
For contingent nml Incidental expenses UK)
For health protection against contagious
The following Is a statement of the entire
revenue of said city for the past fiscal year:
Collected on general fund JliOO 00
occupation tax collected aiHO a:t
From Judgment fund im a)
From watei fund 150IMM
From Insurance companies lift M)
From water levy fund t)M HI
Total SG7U8 17
Approved June 19, 1003.
C. T. Dickenson, Mnyor.
Attest: L.1I. Foht.
(Seal) City Clerk. Julj7
Notice to Creditors.
IN TDK COUNTY COUKT.
State of Nebraska, I
Webstor County. I
In the matter of tho estate of Henry Wehr
Notice Is hereby given to all persons IirvIuk
claims and demands ngnlnst Henry Wehily.
lato of Webster county, deceased, that the
time fixed for tiling claims ngainst said estaU Ib
six mouths from the IWtti day or June, lUOft,
All such persons aro required to present their
claims with tho vouchers.to tho County Judge or
.,nl.1 irin. it. .it Iilu nlllnit f liori.lti rifi fir tuifnrrv
the itoth day of December. lOOft; and all claim
so filed will bo heard before the said Judge on
the 3d day of Junuary. 11)06, at one o'clock p.
m. ; and that tho administrator Is allowed one
year from the Mill day of .lime. 1U05, In which
to pay the debts allowed against said estate, and
settle tho same.
ISkai. A. II. Kkbnkv,
July" County Judge.
TO THE FARMERS:
Out of 50 Insurance Companies doing business in Webster County the German
of Freeport pays one-third of the taxes and has over 500 policies in force. The
Farmers' Mutual of Nebraska is the largest Mutual in the state, with over three
quarters of a million dollars insurance in Webster county.
0. G. TEEIi, Red Gload
FOR GOOD INSURANCE
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