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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1905)
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Time to be selecting your gifts, and the
best place to get your gifts is right here.
The very best line to select from, the very
easiest prices to pay for them. Something
suitable and appropriate for everyone.
Useful, durable gifts, from
li'iino in Moscn, Cfhmulo, the first of
M . () SuMon niiil (IntiKli'Of Mm, un
lit Mimlen vMtiiig fiieiuls and ri'littivi-
M i T. K Jo new is home from Hi-il
CI nil, vvhi'ii' "''ii dim hi'cn vNiting nt
Iior f' hrV. 13 B Smith.
M I h fitiintis tin tin onuh
liiiHklm; fin n. 'I'lii' iilil hits tint aver
iiv'fd im oikI hh InHt venr.
M1' ml Mrx. Frank Siebort nnd Mr
a'nl M n. W ii r ii-n Sutton spent liir-t
SiiiiiIhv nt Joli n SuttonV
The lehoiiir liaii ii ImslaM dinner nt
tlm .ehool house 'riitiiikt-Rivinif. ti mini
h-r of tlio pin cuts spending the dm
with tin in.
A nninticr i-f young pconle wero on
tni'iiini'il at tin1 hciii" of Mrs Aincsoii
Inst 'I'lii'-diiv evening All 8i" iihmI to
I'I'JDV tilt llHOlV'S
rnopitiKToits of the
JVlea t Market
Wholesale nud rotnil Piosh and
Cured Meats, and everything kept
in a first class meat tnarkot. Man
ufacturers of high grudo Simsngo
and Strictly Pure Liird. HighefJ,
market prices paid for Live Stock,
Poultry, Hides, Pelts and Tallow.
25c to $150
Come in early, select what you want, and
let us hold it for you till Christmas.
Jewelers and Opticians
Bm & Mm "Watch Inspectors
s Interesting Items Gathered
s by Our County R-oporters
Mrs. Jacob Ellingor is rapidly itn
proving. Mrs Charles Frlsble rolunied homo
from Lincoln Monday.
Lawrence Lowis and Arlio Russor
are husking corn for Alf Siiluduu.
Lou Tonohworth of Hildruth Hindu n
visit with relatives a fow days last
Tho now residences of James Doyle
nnd John Saladcn are Hearing com
pletion. Mrs. Mitt Doan wont to Red Cloud
Wednesday to visit hor mother, who is
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Saiaden and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Saiaden dined at tho
homo of I. Friable Sunday. -
Wilford Whipkoy of Denver, who has
boon visiting his sister, Mrs. Jacob
Kllingor, returned to his homo Wed
nesday. Richard Hallock, living north east of
here, was quito soriously injured Tuob
day night while on his way homo with
r four horso team and wagon. Tho
tonguo of tho WHRon broke and tho
horses bocamo unmamgeablo, throw
ing him from tho wagon and dislocat
ing his shouldor. A doctor from
Guide Rook was summoned atid at last
reports ho was resting easy.
Mrs. Frank Ilines entertained a
number of hop friends Thanksgiving
Boyd Harrington, accompanied by
1 Iii4 sirtterx, aniMided tho Wiltwur-Me.
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ii.tvro wedding Wednesday night.
Mr. and Mis. Price of Willow creek,
and Mrs. I'm k'es tif Parsons, Kansas,
dined nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Sain Miller Sunday.
The Ladies Union society met with
Mrs. Claro Cox Wednesday. All pres
out enjoyed a pleasant afternoon and
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Raker gave a
Thanksgiving dinner and nil their
children weio homo except Mr. and
Mrs. II. S. Durrett of Lebanon.
Dr Robert Mitchell of Chicago was
in our village Sunday and Monday
shaking hands with his many friends,
who are always glad to welcome him.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cockrall and
daughter Nell and Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Mann spent Thanksgiving with Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bloui'h, north of
phono installed anil was connected
with Hit Gurtield's phono lino Mo. !l.
The mail carrier makes some mis
takes in the delivery of mail, which
give him a great deal of trouble to
A number of Garliold's citizons wore
engaged Saturday in installing a phono
and building a linn to connect Rev G.
W. Hummel with Garfield's phono lino.
Fuim wi a i.
A Recti linislu'd husking corn Tues
day V. S Hall returned Tuesday from
Vet Widdersl o'm shelled corn for A.
Mis i Iti'Msie Sirvoker r turned to
II. Feis has purchased tho U. S.
Mrs. Campbell of Alliance is visiting
at Mrs. Muklin's.
Mrs. Woodside roturnod from Repub
lican Ci'y M unlay.
H. Feis took possession of tlio
butcher shop Monday.
Fred Rood and family visited at the
home of A. Reed Sunday.
Mr Cramer of Red Cloud was in
town Monday nn huRiuesn
Mrs. H. B. Boyd and daughter Mabel
drovo to Campbell Tiusday.
Tho book sale Saturday was a suc
cess, tho books all being sold.
Jonn Krall left Monday for Beatrice,
whero ho goes to attend school.
H. L. Boyd drovo to Red Cloud
Tuesday, returning Wednesday.
Misses Lola and Erma Johnson spent
Thanksgiving with Miss Graco Wood
side. John Cnmpball of Allinnco has ac
cepted a position with R. C. Chevalier
aB well man.
Wm. McDonald, who has been in
Illinois the past year, is here visiting
his son Charles.
Paris Orndoff of C.impbnll visited at
tho homo of his uncle. J. M. Luckhart,
the first of tho week.
Mrs. Joo Krall returned Tuesday
from B -atrico, whero she has been vis
iting her son Georgn.
Mrs. R C. Chevalier went to Camp
bell Siturday and spent Sunday with
relatives, returning Monday.
In putting down a well for Dr. Weg
man Tuesday, U. S. M-icklin in some
way got caught under the power and
was quito budly hurt.
Out of 150 Insurance Companies
doing business in Webster
County tho Gecmau of Free
port pays one-third of tho taxes
and has over 000 policies in
forco. Tho Farmers' Mutual of
Nebraska is tho largest Mutual
in tho state, with over three
quarters of a million dollars in
buranco in Webster county.
For Good Insurance
O. C. TEEL,
I am well prepared
to make Farm Loans
in Webster, Smith and
Jewell counties at low
est rates, either for five
or ten years, with best
Loans safely and
carefully made for par
ties having private
J. H. BAILEY,
Is Your Farm For Sale?
If it is, do not list it with too many
agents. Each ono proceeds to knock
the other fellow out of a salo. List
exclusively with mo at a reasonable
price and I will guarantee a salo.
J. II. Bailey, Red Cloud
Elmer WHson was visiting with Mrs.
M. A. Amuck last Sunday.
O L. O Munger dopartcd Tuesday night
for ?ird City, Kansas, looking for land,
with tho intent to purchrso it.
J. S Motter and family were guosts
of N. L. D. Smith last Friday evening.
Tho salo of Munger and Smith was
well attendtd last week, nnd property
brought good prices.
Jaspor Smith is nt homo again. We
understand ho has rented his father's
tin in for the coming season,
Wo had a young winter. It began
with a snowstorm last Friday, followed
by some very colli weather.
MiBS IIuttioLippincott returned from
Blair last week, where she has been
visiting with relatives and friends.
A traveling negro preacher spoke to
full houses at the Pope school house in
tho aft'H'nooii and evening last Sunday,
Last Sn'urdny Mr. Thompson had a
J. E. Fox has moved into his new
Mrs. Will Dahlon is in Omaha for
S. C. Shuck is tho owner of a new
stock and grain scales.
Tom Long of St. Louis has boon
viaiting at Mrs. L. Aubushon's.
Ed Mountford is footling forty hend
of yearlings on the Charley Bosse
Charles Isom has moved into the
now houso on the Creighton ranch, on
Frank VanDjko was homo for a
short visit Sunday. Ho is getting
somo better, being nblo to walk short
distances without crutches.
Mrs. Briggs and son of Fort Dodge,
Iowa, wero guosts of William Van
Dyko last week. Slio is "n sister of
Mrs, VnnDjko and thoy had not soon
each other for thlrty-livo years.
INSANE WOMAN HOLDING CAR.
Pullman Comedy Becomes Continuous
Performance at Glrard, Kan.
Girard, Kan.. Dec. C Mrs. Ina Ber
ry of Spokano, Wash., who while a
passenger from Spokano to Tulsa, I.
T became insano last Saturday and
with a pistol drovo the other occu
pants from tho car, which was subse
quently sidetracked here, is still In
possession of tho car. She Is suffer
ing from cold and hunger, but refuses
to surrender, Baying she will die In
During an apparently rational in
terval Sheriff J. E. Walsh of Glrard
had a long friendly talk with Mrs.
Berry and at times she Jokod and
said pleasant things. She said that
her life had been sad and that she
had been divorced from her husband,
James Berry, who, she said, Is now
running a saloon In Lexington, Kan.
Sho said sho has two sons, who are
with her BiBter in Denver. She also
said that she has a married daughter.
Sho said that she would not kill her
self, but that sho would kill anyone
who tried to take her from the car.
Sho is over on tho alert and never
allows hor revolver to leave fcor
hand. The sheriff epects to secure
Here Is Relief for Women.
Mother Gray, a mirso in Now York
discovered an aromatic pleasant horb
drink for women's ills, called AUS
TRALIAN LEAR It Is tho only cer
tain monthly regulator. Cures female
weaknesses and backnoho, kidney,
bladder and urinary troubles. At nil
ili-iipci'.t.i or bv mall f0 cents Snmnle.
Nod Gray, who has been visiting his puRR Address Tho Mot hor Gray
ouisln, Mvd. Arneson, returned to his Co., LoRoy, N. Y,
Mr. Wiles is hauling corn to II. S.
Stock feoilors aro paying thirty-Hvo
cents for corn.
Miss Beulah Fulton spent a fow dais
with Sara Arneson.
lie Mire to e iirnjwrly e iilppcc oMaln the STIIV.
1 NHanl)tHiLAN.Nor.oVKUN(.. WciikUc
RIFLES . . . from $2,25 to $150.00
PISTOLS . . . from 2.G0 to 60.00
SHOTGUNS . . from 7.60 to 35.00
Ak)ourileilernnilnUt iScml fir i4o-vi('e 1 1 his.
on our iiopular make. If tralcil catalog. If inter
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illrcit, ttirriagt rJiitrert loutflittoliate II. Matleil
frrjM, upon receipt of.for four cent In stamps to
catalog price. Icuerxtat;e.
Our attractive three-color Aluminum Hanger will le
tent anywhere for 10 cents In stamps.
J. STEVENS AKMS AND TOOL CO.,
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Chlcopoo Falls, Mass., IT. S. A.
I In theDlBtrlct Court
m nuuMur uoumy..
Chnrlco I,. Hnylorand
Evan A. Hobs,
Charles I,. Savior, defendant, will take notice
that on tho 83rd day of November A. I), nub,
plaintiff heroin filed his petition in the District
Court of Wfhrtor County. Nebraska, agalntt
said defendants, the object and prayer of
which are to quiet the title to the South Half laf
the South West Quarter of NciUlon 13. Town
ship 2, Itange 10, west of the nth V. M. in Web
ster Comity, Nebraska, in plaintiff nnd to re
move) a cloud from plaintiffs title to said abovo
described land by reason of an assignment of a
contract to said lands, issued by the Kate of
Ncbroska and asslinied by defendant Charles
L. Saylor, to defendant Evan A, Itoss and re
corded In the office of tho Commissioner of
Public Lands & Buildings of the State or Ne
braska iu tht namo of defendant Evan A. nets.
You nrc required to answer said petition on
or before the 1st day 01 January, A. U. 10i 0.
Charles S. Nonius.
Ily K. V. Overman and Hernard McNeny. his
INFLAMMATOItT HHEUMATISM CUIlED IN
Morton L, Hill, of Lebanon Ind., says; "Ml.
wife had Intlammatorv ltheumailsin in every
raiikclo and Joint; her sufferliiK was terrible
and her b.nly and fuce were swollen almost be
yond recoil Itlon; hud bten In bed six weeks
Hiid had eight phMclans, but received no
benefit until tlie tried the Mmic Cure for
HheumatlMii. It irave Immediate relief and
she was ablo to walk about in three davs, I am
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