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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1905)
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restores color to gray hair?
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i,d linlhj."li.ti. I'ttsviKU), Canyon City.
MdO by J. O. Ay or Co.. Lowell, llui.
aiio manui.oiursr. 01
:a:. Fkaiim Blue Hill
JFbr County (Jlork:
Jo UN J. Gakiikk Red Cloud
ill. I. Heduk Hod Cloud Twp
For County Judge:
i.U. Khknky Cowlos
For Suporiiitoiif Ii3iit :
"Jilts Nm.li: Castoii Rod Cloud
Bki. H. OviutiNd Rod Cloud
tyb. H. T. Ham Cowles
For Commissioner, 1st district:
.Ja mks 0 vehm an Red Cloud Twp
Yur Commissioner, 1th district:
T. J. I hai-man Elm Crook Twp
Corporation Limits Extended.
The city council mot Tuosduy ovon-:Jig-,
Mayor Dickenson prosldlug.
'Council men present, Cathor, Parker,
"Varreu and Wolfe
Councilman Warron presented a
jjotition asking the council to submit
m the votors of said city a proposi
ti ou to voto bonds in the sum of ton
thousand dollars for the purposo of
establishing an electric light plant.
.After due consideration the matter
us laid over to some future mooting.
On motion it was voted to call u
naass meeting of the citizens, to bo
ftuld at the court houso on tho first
Tuesday evening in Octobor, for tho
purpose of considering tho electric
Councilman Wolfe introduced a
resolution, which was adopted, provid
ing a cliango in tho boundary lines of
"Jhls city so as to bring within the cor
porate limits several tracts of out
3yhu lots which by all rights should
3o within tho city limits.
Among tho tracts included aro tho
Gtathwiiitq tract lying west of town,
'tho tract south of tho cemetery to tho
mulroud, all of tho railroad property.
The wist corporation lino is extended
straight north from the southeast cor
3wr of C. , II. Kaloy's residence prop
fty. including same, a part of Mrs.
harbor's pasture, Uulllford's addition,
Iho M. B Comer property. On tho
wost side north of the Onthwalto tract
xji included tho J. L. Kaley ton aero
ttraet, part of tho Skoon property all of
ttto C. II Potter property and follow
64: a lino straight north along tho
west lino of the same to tho corpora
tion road, including tho Win. Mucker,
Jesso Mooro, Heal, W. J Porry, Reins
borg, lirakollold, Highland it Wolsch
Pendleton In the Tolls.
JJ. D Poudlotou, who was arrostotl
hero ti fow wooks uro on a charge of
kidnapping a young Missouri girl, and
was roloasod bocauso of thoro bolng no
grouuds for holding him, Is undor
arrest in Kansas City, whoi o ho is
bolng prosocutul upon tho churgo of
having ombozzlod $700 from his om
ployors, as woll as having stolon a
largo quantity of merchandise, which
is said to havo boon storod in this city.
It is now thought by thoso who havo
watched tho case that tho chargo upon
wl'iioh Pendleton was arrested hero
was trumped tip in order to socuro his
detention until tho Missouri authori
ties could investigato tho embezzled
matter. However, as neither tho rob
bery nor embezzlement chargo whs
placed against Pendleton horo ho was
released and roturnod to Kans-is City,
whoro he is now undor arrest. Those
later tlnvolopemouts in the caso justify
tho action of the authorities horo in
releasing Pendleton on tho kidnapping
Rod Cloud, Sept. 18, 1105.
Board mot pursuant to adjourn
ment. Members present Fogel, An
derson and CJcrlach. Chairman Saw
yer being absent, Fogel was chosen
chairman pro tern.
Anderson, Gerlaoh and Fogel woro
appointed a committee to confer with
Adams county commissioners on
bridge work on lino between Webster
and Adams counties.
Board adjourned to moot Septem
Soptombor 19. '
Board mot pursuant to adjournment
Mombors present Gorlach, Richard,
Fogol and Anderson. Fogel chairman
Resignation of A. E. Sutton as O H
R D No. .1 was accoptod.
Richard, Gorlach and Fogol woro
appointed a committee to appraise oj
no .'IG-l-O forsalo.
On motion tho following claims woro
audited and allowed and warrants
ordered drawn on their respective
Morhart Bros, hardware 8 70 CO
Saunders Bros.lumbor 55
Will Sullivan coal 8 00
Albright Bros casket etc .'10 00
Omaha Printing Co supplies .... 8 75
Hammond & Stephens Co sup
plies for supt 4 11
C LCottingMipplios ,1 .'10
E A Croightou oxaminiug sus-
poctod small pox caso fi 00
F II Gorlach com service 7 70
Joe Fogol sumo 0 20
W R Antlorso'n sumo 11 10
W Richard samo 11 50
J F Watt bridge work '22 75
F Boom hauling lumber and
bridgo work 13 50
Chas Wolman hauling lumber
for bridgo work 0 00
John W Towlo to apply on bridgo
work 1000 00
John S Marsh bridgo hardware 14 10
Chicago Lumber Co Bluo Hill
Have your cake, muffins, and tea bis
cuit home-made. They will be fresher,
cleaner, more tasty and wholesome.
Royal Baking Powder helps the house
wife to produce at home, quickly and eco
nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised
hot-biscuit, puddings," the frosted layer
cake, crisp cookies, crullers, crusts and
muffins, with which the ready-made food
found at the bake-shop or grocery does
Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps.
, ROYAL BAKING POWDEa CO., NEW YORK.
bridge material Ill 50
Barney Sutton road work 7 GO
A E Sutton road work 2(5 00
E R Shoror road work 7 00
Whoroas, tho Mothodist Episcopal
church of Rod Cloud, Nebraska, has
boon greatly assisted and encouraged
by acts of kindness as woll as in a
financial way, both in tho building
and dedication of said church by tho
pastors and congregations of our sis
tor churchos, by tho Grand Army of
tho Republic and tho Woman's Roliof
Corps of tho city of Red Cloud,
privato individuals and by tho citizons
of Rod Cloud gouorally; and
Whoroas, wo desiro to express our
gratitude and appreciation of their
kindnoss and assistance, bo it thoro
Resolved that tho congregation of
tho First Mothodist Episcopal church
of Rod Cloud do hereby express to
thoir brothren and sistors of tho
churchos of Rod Cloud, to tho Grand
Army of tho Republic and Woman's
Roliof Corps, and to the citizons of
Red Cloud gouorally, thoir sincere
thanks for tho assistance given said
church in a llnaucial way and for the
valuable and able assistanco of said
pastors and members of other
churches in singing and otherwise
assisting in tho dedication said church
that wo especially extend our thahks
to Mrs Charles Footo of Milwaukeo,
Wis., sister of Mrs. James, who fre
quently visits hor sons, D W. and
F. G. Turiuiro and her daughter, Mrs.
Taylor of this city, for hor generous
gift to said church in memory of her
father, Stephen P. Compton.
May wo express tho hopo to you all
that your good doods may return unto
you many fold, ovou as broad cast
upon tho waters.
Mus. GEonoE Lindsey
Mas. Aaron Conover
Mrs. E. U. Overman
Real Estate Transfers.
Trausfors for week onding Wednes
day, Aug. .10, furnished by J. H. Bailey
of Webster County Abstract company.
Fred E Billington and wifo to
Curtis Boal lots 8 and 0 block
7 Cowlos wd 8 400
W S Ashby and wifo to J Harry
Eggloston lots 1(5 and 17 block
7 Bohror add to Bluo Hill wd 700
Frank Wholan aud wifo to O B
Wright lots 4 aud 5 block 8
Bladen wd 1200
Frod Bradbrook adm'r. to Har
riot A Milligan lots 21 to 21
block 9 R R add to Rod Cloud
Harriot A Milligan to John and
Rosa Wilmot samo wd 225
Sarah Saltxman to Jacob Snltz
man lots 9, 10 11 block 1 Jack
son add to Roil Cloud wd 1
Thos II Quigglo and wifo to
Chicngo Lumber Co lot 13
block 12 Rosomont wd G5
John Hartman to II E Broman
v2 swl 11-4-9 wd 250
Thomas Emortou and wifo to Eu
geno Emorton ni'4 nw4 2.'M-10
Mortgages tiled $4150
Mortgages released $5(500
Mrs. "Tom" Lain Is Dead.
Mrs. Julia Lain, wifo of John Lain,
dlod onrly Monday morning after an
Illness of but a very few days. Fun
oral sorvicos wore hold at tho homo
Wednosday aftornoon at four o'clock,
couductotl by Row E. C. Davis, of tho
Miss Julia Andorson was born near
Rod Onk, la , twenty-two years ago.
Sho came to Rod Cloud a fow months
ago, and on July 17, 1905, was marriod
to John Lain of this city. Bosidos
hor husband, sho is survived by hor
father, mother, throo sistors and two
$ There Will Be . . .
I "Things Doirvg"
N E. Church Dedicated.
Tho now M. E. church building was
dedicated last Sunday with apnropri
ato coromonlos. Josoph W. Powell,
organizer of tho Brothorhood of St
Paul, was tho principal speaker. Be
fore tho ceremonies closed plodgos
amounting to $5,500, more than
onough to clear tho indobtodno's,
woro rocolved. Tho ceremonies woro
very largely attondod.
In Red Cloud,
September 25th to 30th
Going to have the best show ever. The
business men of Red Cloud will see to it
that everybody who comes will be well
THIS STORE is going to make a spe
cial effort to entertain visitors. The
entire line of Clothing, Hats, Shoes,
Furnishings, and in fact everything that
a man or boy wears, will be in place and
you are invited to pass a little of your
time in examining them. Make the
store ycur headquarters. Whether you
buy goods or not,
You Will Be Welcome
M. A. Albrightp
First ' duality ' Goods
Reasonable 3 Prices
BEFORE YOU BUILD
That House or Burn, or store that Coal, it will save you
money and give you a lot of satisfaction if you will call and
get prices ami see the stock of
PHONE 6o. red CLOUD, NEB.
Dry Lumber and Gonnlno Maltland Coal a Specialty
LIVE STOCK MARKETS T
VHE WEEK'S TRADE REPORTED BY
CLAY, ROBINSON A COMPANY,
tlVC STOCK COMMISSION
wothors, $4.75 to 4.90; choico owes
$4 25 to 4.50.
"Under Two FIa4s.M
Coming soon, "Tho Favorites,"
Arington's Comodlaus, ono night only,
Monday, Soptombor 25. in tho great
four act drama, "Under Two Flags."
Spocialtios between acts. No waits,
uo raiso in prices -15, 25 and .15 cents.
Seats on salo at Kngols' jewelry storo.
CPPIOES AT OHIOAOO, KAN8A8 OITY,
OMAHA, SIOUX OITY, 8T. J08EPH
Kansas City, Sept. 19. Rocoipts of
cattlo thus far this week aro 22,900;
last wook, 41,900; last year, 41,7.'10.
Monday's market for beef steers was
slow but generally steady; cows steady
to strong; bulls steady; voals steady.
Stockers and feeders woro dull with
prices unovon. Best grados hold
steady but others wero irregularly
lower. Washouts on some of tho
eastern roads caused them to refuse
shipments and this had a depressing
effect on tho market. For beof steers
today trade was active and prices
steady to strong. Cows and heifers
sold strong to 10 cents hiKhor: bulls
steady; veals stoady. Stockers and
feeders showod more llfo aud woro
fully steady. '
Receipts of hogs thus far this week
aro 7700; last wook, 10,200; last year,
9700 Monday's market was 5 cents
hlghor aud today again strong to 5
cents higher with bulk of sales from
85 35 to 5.50; top 5.52.
Recolpts of sheep thus far this week
aro 0700; last wook, 14,800; last year,
22,800 Monday's market was stoady
and today's trade again steady. Wo
(mote choice lambs, 87.75 to 0.90.'
1 choice yearlings, $5 to 5.',)5; choico '
Local Grain Market.
(Furnished by J. P. Delaney.)
Friday, Sept. 22.
White shelled corn 42c
Mixed shollod Corn' 40o
Yellow Corn 40c
That Settle's It.
When a Colorado sand stono walk is
laid that nettles it. See Ovoring Bros.
&Oo. for prices.
Popular Flavors in
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W. S. BENSE, Proprietor.
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