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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1906)
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Why work for othorH whon you can do so much bottor by work
ing for yourselves?
Cuu you ralso from 500 to $2000?
If you cnn do this, got 11 homo of your own whilo land Is yot
within your roach.
THE BOOM IS NOW ON
and from now on land is going to advance in valuo as novor boforo
in your lives.
GET A HOME QUICK
and got' it within tho rain bolt of Nebraska. Nebraska is good
enough for us.
You having monoy lying idlo in tho bank and earning you noth
ing, can invest it in lands that as a matter of speculation will not
you astonishing results. Boo Walkor fc Bailey for a farm hero, or
tako a trip with thorn tho first and third Tuesdays in each
month farther west, but within tho rain bolt, where lands aro choap,
ohoapor. choapost, and you will probably buy, oithor for a homo or
Our FARM LOAN DEPARTMENT offers ratos and
terms especially attractive.
WALKER O BAILEY, Red Cloud, Neb
5 Interesting Items Gathered
4 by Our County Reporters
Mrs. S'loldon Wills has boon on tho
B'uk list the past few days.
Skating is uiod onco moro and tho
young people aro happy.
Several car loads of hogs havo beon
shipped in to bo fed tho past week.
Some of our young people attondeil
tho revival meetings at Uivorton this
School opened agniti on Monday,
tbo scarlet fever scare having blown
This weather is causing the ico man
somo worry, but tho rest of us can
Ray Wilson canio in from Franklin
SUurday morning and spout Sunday
Myrl Garner, who has boon sick for
several days, is somo better at this
Miss Mamie Householder spent sev
eral days at homo last week, whilo tbo
Art Wolcott is much bettor at this
writing and his friends hopo for his
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hastings were
Burlington passengers for Franklin
Rov. Hill is assisting Rev. Owen,
pastor M. K church of Uivorton, in
revival mooting-! this wook.
Mrs. Bullock, who has been visiting
her brother, O. N. Warthon, and
family, loft for Lyons, Colo., Tuesday
Miss Laura Burgess, formerly of this!
placo, was married at nor homo in
Franklin Wednesday. All hor friends
join in wishing her much joy.
Edward Jones, tho ton-yoar-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. Claronce Jonos, has
boon soriously ill for tho past weok,
and littlo hopo is entertained for bis
H. Luco received tho sad nows of
of tho death of his sister, Mrs. Willis
Fulton, of Uivorton. Suo has beon
long MA favorably known hero and
tho announcement of hor doath was
rocoived with great sadness.
Tho now M. E. church at Now Vir -
ginia is almost completed and will
soon bo ready foi dedication. It Is
going to bo beautiful and commodious
structure, and is a credit to the neigh
borhood who havo contributed so lib
erally to build it.
Fine woathtr still oontinuo3.
John Millor of Dresden, Kan.,
visiting relatives in this vicinity.
Will Cling sold a team of horses to
Burr & Kirkpatrick of Guido Rock
Saturday, for 1210
Orris Hubbard ha9 recently roturned
from Rawlins county, Kansas, whero
ho purchased a farm.
Kufus Douthitt sold a couplo of
mule i to Ray Hogate, from near
Bladen, Inst week, for 8100.
Tho neighbors assembled at the
homo of W. H. Bump Tuasday and
husked tho remainder of his corn.
Tho families of O. J. Lumtu and
Walter Taylor, who have beon tinlio'.ed
with scarlet fever, havb gabout re
covered. Mr. George of Burlington Junction,
Mo., who is a commercial traveler,
visited Sunday with 11. Douthitt, his
Will Cling and wifo left on Tuesday
tor Lincoln, whero Mrs. Cling goes to
recotvo medical treatment. Bert anil
Hrrry Slater are looking after their
plnco during their absence.
Boss Hubbnrd and wife, who have
been visiting homo folks and others for
some timo, huvo gono to Blue Hill to
visit relatives in and about that placo.
They also expect to visit in Hastings
boforo returning to thoir home in Wa
Work is progro38ing nicoly on
Mrs. T. P. Jones is homo from Lin
coln. Her hoalth is much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hastings havo
gono to Franklin to attend tho wed
ding of Miss Burgess.
Mr. Tyler has sold his farm. Whilo
wo will welcome tho newcomers wo aro
sorry io lose tho Tyler family.
Harvey Farnham had his anklo badly
sprained a few days ago. His horse
slipped and fell catching his foot.
John Sutton purchased ono half sec
tion of land in tho west part of tho
county a fow data ago.
ino watbur for January.
Gus Henry of Rosoland was in town
L MoTIrIi spent Sunday with his
3isler MrB' DlUIv-
R. C Chevalier niado a trip to Cul-
bortson this week.
Mr "nrt Ml'8- Doil roturned to thoir
homo in Iowa Friday.
Ch-trlos Fit, made a business trip to
Rd Cloud Wednesday,
Miss Edna Reed is sponding tho
. week at Grandpa Boyd's.
1 Miss Mabid B iyd spont Sunday with
( her sister, Mm. Wayno Reed,
i Mrs. Strjcker and son Will visited at
tho homo of Mr. McNoer last Sunday.
Mr. Swartz of Rod Cloud visited at
tho homo of Mrs. Woodsido this weok
A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. N.
Morso, of Culbortson, is visiting them.
Quito a number from hero havo been
attending revival meetings at Plain
view. Fred Rood markoted seven head of
hogs that weighed 2250 pounds, eight
Mr. and Mis. R. C. Chevalier drove
to Macon Saturday and visited with
friends until Monday.
Mrs. D 11. Clmk of Campbell caino
down Thursday and spout ihoday with
h-T parents, south of town.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Tluirne loturncil
home from Ymk Frldny, when they
have l)i(ii visiting their sou, William.
Mr Grant, living south mist of town
niitikHoil iv hunch of shout", eight
months old, that, averaged 21)0 pounds.
Joe Denton returned from St. Joe
Tuesday, whom ho was with a car of
cattle that toppod thi mnrket at 85 05
George Simpson was shelling corn
Mrs. Pearl Ailes was visiting her
mother last Tuesday.
M's. Emina Smith has grown gay in
her old age, and is in Bed Cloud court
ing this week.
An oyster supper was hold at tho
Immu of Win Lippincott for tho bone
fit of the ladies aid society.
Thorn was a party at Mrs. Elln
Kent's last Thursday night to apprise
Riy that he had grown one year older.
Mr. Had ley of North Branch was in
tho east part of Garliold tho latter
part of last week finishing up his
James Buauchnnip went to Kansas
City Monday with a lond of fat cattle.
L. C King and Art Parsons sont a fow
cattle in Beauchamp's car.
Tho genial face of Sheriff Hedge was
in Gartield Tuesday. He was notify
ing parties they woro wanted in Red
Cloud this week
Real Estate Transfers.
Transfers for weok ending Wednes
day, Doc. 20, furnished by J. H. Bailey
of Webster County Abstract company
Jos Chevalier to J B Laporto
sw4 29-4-12 wd
A D Bakor and wifo to Honry
Aronds lots 1 to 10 block G
Moroy add to Bluo Hill wd. . .
Jos E Mooro and wifo to A D
Waterman s2 block 8 Hoover
add to Biuo Hill wd
Chas Spenco and wife to James
Morey part s2 sw4 so4 7-4-11
T E Ioo and wifo to S J Dola
hoydo lots 1 to 2 block 7
Hoover add to Bluo Hill wd..
C F Guud and wifo to C Spenco
nwl so4 7-4-11 wd
Jannu Rose nnd husband to H
Roso lots 2 and 4 block 14
Chas F Kohler and wifo to C W
Cowloy lot 7 blook 11 Bladen
Guide Rock comotory to E E
Burr lot 2 block 104 wd
Honry O Andrus to Clara C An-
drus se4 nw4 9 1-10 wd 1
Honry C Andrus to Eugenia An
drus w2 sw4 9-1-10 wd 1
E O Hubboll otnl to O F Cathor
nw4 32-2-10 wd 3200
J A MoArthur sheriff, to Wm E
Kimsoy lot 22 block 2S&M
add to Rod Cloud wd 300
Mortgages filed $4700
Mortgages rolcasod.: IGsOO
For tho wook ending Wednesday,
January 24, 190G.
Stato of Nobr to Jnmes H nnd B
F Watt n2 nol and e2 nwl 27-1
0 d $ 1120
Jas Crawford and wifo to Fred
Scheldiug swl 10-3-9 wd 8000
W H VauPatton aud wifo to W
P Kuohn sol 151-11 wd 3000
Jno Crawford and wifo to Carl
Schoidiug w2 w2 so4 24 3 10 wd 2000
U S to Albert G Wheat nwl 22-4
Joel Warnor nnd wife to C B
Framo lots 1 to 0 block 8
Hoover add to Bluo Hill wd 775
O E Perkins to Fuller & Good
F A Good and wifo to C W Ful
ler lots 14 to 18 block 2 and
lots 1 to 3 block 13 Cowlos qcd 700
Chas Mungor aud wifo to Alva B
Wiggins sol s w4 10-1-10 wd . . . . 1500
Stato of Nob to Sam Farquhar
s2nw4lG-2 9 d 5G0
II C Wright and wifo to John
Roso n2 nw4 5-8-0 qcd 2990
Nancy L Thomas to H A Bow
man lot 0 block 17 Bluo Hill
Honry A Bowman and wifo to II
Aronds samo wd 210
John McIIugh to Louise Colletto
lot 4 blook 4 Sponco add to
Bladen wd 100
Emily Aronds and wifo to H C
Wright lots 2 and 3 blook 7 and
lots 12 aud 18 blook 8 Rose
mont wd 1350
Henry Aronds and wife to II C
Wright lot 9 block 7 and lots 10
aud 14 blook 8 Rosomont wd. . 350
L E Sponco and wifo to L E nnd
Mabel C Conrad lot 3 block 2
for you to get a new WATCH
or WATCH CASE at POFIT
CUTTING PRICES. We have
of Our Watches
and if you want
case, get it now,
money by doing
Jewelers and Opticians.
Spenco 2nd add to Bladen wd. 150
L E Spenco and wife to C Spenco
lots G and 7 block 3 Sponco
add to Bladen wd 175
Ludwig Kloin and wifo to Rev
Otto Klattue4 18-4-13 vd 2300
Henry Gund et nl to L J Moonts
block 0 Hoovor add to Blue
Hill wd GOO
Dolla Sharp to Oscar Boyco lots
12 3 block 10 La Due add to
Rod Cloud wd 30
Chas Biugor and wifo to Jas B
Low nol 21-3-10 wd 5925
P J Robinson aud wifo to Azollo
Wilson n2 lots 12 13 and 14
block G Rohrer add to Bluo
Hill wd 800
Rhoda E Miles to Logan Carper
lot 7 blook 5 Hoovor add to
Blue Hill wd 40
Clareuce B Frame to Richard H
Merett lots 1 and 2 Hoovsr add
to Blue Hill wd 300
Alfred Shrosboo to Logan Car
per lot 8 blook 5 same add wd 40
Sarah E Vaughan to Margaret M
Wall lots 7 aud 8 block 10 S &
M add to Red Cloud wd 500
Stato of Nob to M W Hornborger
w2ue4 1G30d 580
Aaron Conover aud wifo to Retta
Minor part w2 nol 2-1-11 wd . . . G800
Mortgages filed $10300
Mortgages released 8G900
Special homeseekors' rates: greatly
reduced round trip ratos to tho North
Platto Valley and tho Big Horn Basin.
January lGth Fobruary 0th aud 20th.
Less than one faro for tho round trip.
Low ono way and round trip rates to
points in tho south and southwsst
January lGth, Fobruary Gth and 20th.
Colonist rates Syecially low one
way colonist rates to points in Colo
rado, Wyoming, Utah, Montana, Idaho
Oregon, Washington and California,
Pobruary 15th to April 7th, inclusive.
Homeseekors' excursion rates to
points in Montana, Idaho, Oregon,
Washington and British Columbia,
Fobruary Gth aud 20th aud March Gth
Send for free folders, descriptive of
irrigated lands in tho North Platto
valley, the Big Horn Basin, tho Bill
ings district and eastern Colorado.
Specify which you want.
To tho sunny south: winter tourist
ratos daily until April 80. Roturn
limit June 1, 190G.
Write mo just what trip you havo in
mind and lot mo ndviso you tho least
cost and tho best way to make it.
J. F. Euwards, agent.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
TakoLaxatlvo Bromo quinine tab
lets. Druggists refund monoy if it
falls to cure. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25 cents.
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles.
Itching, blind, blooding, protruding
plies. Druggists nro authorized to
rofund monoy if Pazo Ointment falls
to euro in G to 14 days. 50 cents.
a watch or a new
for you will save
B. & M. Watch Inspectors
A Great Fire
You will have if
you try some of
Tho popular Lumber and
Coal mon of Rod Cloud.
Te ophono GO will get it.
Schmidt & WiseearveF
ritOPMBTOHB OK THE
Wholesale and retail Fresh and
Cured Meats, and everything kept
in a first class meat market. Man
ufacturers of high grade Sausage
and Strictly Puro Lard. Highest,
market prices paid for Live Stock,
Poultry, Hides, Polts nnd Tallow.
Out of 50 Insurance Companies
doing business in Webster
County tho Gocmau of Free
port pays one-third of tho taxes
nnd has over 500 policies in
force Tho Farmers' Mutual of
Nobraska is tho largest Mutual
in tho stato, with over three
quarters of a million dollars in
surance in Webster county.
For Good Insurance
O. C. TEEL,
Are You Uslnft Allen's Foot-Ease?
Shako iuto your shoos Allen's Foot
Easo, a powder. It euros Corns, Bun
ions, Painful, Smarting, Hot, Swollen
foot. At all druggists aud shoe stores,
Already tho church peoplo are be
ginning to tako an interest in tho big
revival to bo held hero in tho early
Bummor, under tho direction ot Evan
gollst Honeywell and P. P. Blllhorn,
tho famous writer and singer of rolig.
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